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eJewish Floridian
iami, Florida Friday, April 9. 1971
Section B
Rabbi Prinz 'Misquoted'
By Look Magazine
NEW YORK (JTA) An
nine1' on "The Agonized Amcr-
Jews" in the new issue of
Look magazine has been scored
a- terribly distorted" by Dr.
.! Ir.ni Prin/, 69, past presi-
dent of the American Jewish
. ss. who is extensively
quoti d in it.
"They misquote me terribly,"
Dr. Prinz told the Jewish Tele-
gra| hie Agency, adding that on
the basil of previous experience
with Look he assumed he would
gee the text of the article be-
fore publication. The three-page
piece, by senior editor Gerald
Astor, appears in the maga-
zine's April 20 issue.
Dr. Prinz said that the printed
version of his remarks about
the Jewish Defense League was
"milder than I meant." Look
quotes him as saying: The Jew-
ish Defense League is something
Fi end would have described as
psychopathology. It is sick, lu-
dicrously ineffective, trying to
imitate a philosophy of violence
that is not only inimical to Jews
but utterly alien. It grew out of
a sick reaction to the black rev-
olution. The slogan of the JDL,
'Never Again,' is based on the
assumption that if the Jews had
done something about Hitler,
six million wouldn't have died.
The assumption is entirely false.
What Jews did learn from Aus-
chwitz Is that the home of Bee-
thoven and Bach could kill with
impunity."
R.ibbi Prinz endorsed the sec-
tion of the article quoting his
condemnation of American Jew-
ry, however, taken from the text
of a speech in which he said: "In
terms of Jewish culture, Amer-
ican Jewry is a disaster area.
It has not attracted anybody of
intellectual stature. The most
mediocre people lead. The most
illiterate Jewry in the world is
in the U.S.A. Our kids know
about Martin Luther King's let-
ter from a Birmingham jail but
not about Jeremiah's letter from
jail in Jerusalem. I'm quite des-
perate about American Jewry."
Astor reported that Rabbi
Prinz warned that American
Jews must not Ik- forced to place
their stamp of ai>proval on ev-
ery action by Israel and told him
that American Jewry "must ac-
knowledge the independence and
integrity of American Jewry."
Rabbi Prinz was quoted as say-
ing: "Because we are close to
Israel, we must not be forced
to accept every move as pru-
dent or acceptable. Israel must
not become the manager of
American Jewry, but only of
its own affairs." Dr. Prinz, who
is recuperating from an opera-
tion, told the JTA he would send
a formal letter of complaint to
Look.
News Briefs
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernstein, recipients of the State of
Israel Shalom Award at the Beth Raphael-Forte Towers
Israel Dinner of State, Sunday night, posed with His Execl-
lency Samuel Dror, (left) head of Israel's Defense Mission
in the United States, who was the principal speaker, and
Dr. David Raab, (right) spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Raphael.
Polish Emigres Arrive Id Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA i Little more than 4.000 Jews remain in
Polar.dL most of them aged and living off meager pensions, according
to a group of Jewish immigrants who arrived here from Poland
Sunday. They were the first group of emigres from that country
in many months although the Warsaw authorities began issuing
visas en masse to Jews nearly two years ago. Polish Jews num-
bered more than 30.000 in 1968 when a wave of official "anti-Zion-
ism" spread over the country in the wake of student unrest and
thousands of Jews were purged from their jobs. Jews have emi-
grated mainly to nearby Sweden and Denmark, where they found
hospitality and favorable conditions. Relatively few came to Israel.
Arafat. Habash Join Forces
TEL AVIV (JTA i According to reports from Beirut, El
Fatah leader Yassir Arafat has given orders for an all-out campaign
to topple the Hussein regime and establish Jordan as the main base
for guerrilla activities against Israel. Arafat, who is reportedly in
Syria, was said to have .joined forces with Dr. George Habash. the
Marxist leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine,
one of the most extreme of the Arab terrorist groups, which was
responsible for a rash of a.'rial hijackings last September. Arafat
was said to have linked up with Habash in order to suppress his
rivals for power within El Fatah ranks. Kl Fatah was badly mauled
In the Jordanian civil war last September and its ranks were deci-
mated by mass desertions.
Suggestions Sought
NEW YORK (JTAI As another major league baseball sea-
son Opens, the office of Commissioner Bowie Kuhn has indicated
a Willingness to accept suggestions on how to avoid playing World
Series games on Yom Kippur without loss of income to N'BC-TV.
Joe Reichler. public relations director of the office, declared. "We
have reviewed this from time to time over the years and given it
serious consideration, but no way has been found to get around the
financial factor." Reichler. a former sportswriter who is Jewish
"and very proud of it." pointed out that a nighttime Series game
tentatively scheduled for this season not on Yom Kippur will
eost the network S500.000 in prime-time revenues. Rubbing out a
weekend game is even more difficult, he noted, because the television
audience then is far ureter and "the ratings are important."^Con-
flicts with the Day ol Atonement will recur in 1973 and 1978 if
the practice of starting the World Series on Saturdays is continued.
JDL, lilat ks Mareh Together
HIGHTSTOWN NJ. (JTA) Sixteen persons, including
eight members of the Jewish Defense 1 eague and four members ol
the Ku Klux Klan, were arrested Sunday during a JDL rally to
protest a recent series of cross-burnings here. The 250 JDL demon-
strators were from Trenton, New York and Philadelphia. The Klans-
men were also mainly out-of-town is: the police chief here said
there are less than half a dozen of them in Hlghtstown. Some 73
black youngster, joined the anti-KKK protest. Hlghtstown and
the surrounding area has some 500 Jewish families, according to
Orthodox Rabbi Joseph Weiss of Temple Beth El).
'the time of
the singing of the birds
is come and
the voice of the turtle
is heard
in the land.
M
to our friends...
A JOYOIS 1'ASSOYEtt
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The Master's Sayings
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
The first "Yahrzeit" of Shmuel Yosef
Agnon, the greatest Hebrew writer of
modern times, who inherited the crown
of Mendele, and was the first Hebrew
writer to win the Nobel Prize, and was
the mentor of two generations of Hebrew
writers and teachers and the master of all
those who use Hebrew was marked
recently.
One year is too short a time for more
reflective assessments than were offered
by all of us on Agnon's death. I propose,
therefore, to mark the "Yahrzeit" by of-
fering a selection of Agnon's sayings (in
my own translation).
He was an incomparable coiner of
aphorisms, many of which said more than
whole essays by lesser men. Sometimes
he would pinpoint a whole situation in a
sentence. An aside of his would, on occa-
sion, illuminate an idea in a way not
apparent before. An Agnonian witticism
often contained a world of wisdom like
the force contained in a single atom .
My selection is mostly from Agnon's
sayings about himself as a writer.
"Had the Temple been in existence, I
would have stood there with my brethren
:he singers and recited the'I>ongM61? th
Levites. But since the Temple is still in
ruins, and we have neither Priests serwncj
nor Levites singing there, I am dedicated
to a study of the Torah and the Prophets,
the Mishna and the Agadah, the com
mentaries and the glossaries, the mean
ing of the Torah itself and the meaning of
those who probed into its depths. When I
ponder all this, I feel very sad that of all
our past glory only the chronicles remain.
This sadness penetrates my heart and
causes me to tell tales like the man
who was exiled from his father's house.
He goes and builds himself a hut, sits m
it and tells all comers about the sple- iiti
place he used to live in."
"I am a writer who writes in the Holy
Language and my writings are, theretore,
a continuation of that which has baen
written in the Holy Language before me."
(This explains why Agnon considerec bis
"Days of Awe" and "You Have Wit-
nessed" more important and of more
ing value than his novels, though t! :;e
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9. 1971
only anthologies from the Holy
; by the Master).
St ir do not consider myself one of the
l's great writers. All I am trying to do
write Hebrew properly. I got used to
a writer without readers. Still, I am
d when famous critics say nice
about me."
it & H
[Had Jewish teachers in the Diaspora
teaching properly in the last fifty
5, Jews would have been able to read
brew writers, me and others. As it is, it
miracle that a few in the Diaspora
still read us."
ii -to -Cr
"I was made to write novels; I could
told better stories if I were simply
jbiographical."
' legist n-nridllan
Page 15-D
"When I was small I wanted to be a
rabbi. An old man once asked me, 'Why
a rabbi and not a doctor?' I said, 'because
doctors don't observe the Sabbath; except
of course Maimonides. But I could never
aspire to be a doctor like him.' "
it...
it
"In ancient Israel, the Sanhedrin (high
court of justice) were expected to know all
!he 70 languages (supposedly spoken at
the time), so that they do not have to resort
to translation and interpretation in hearing
evidence, lest an injustice is done to the
accused." (Again loses 50% in translation,
however good the translator),
ft ft ft
"I like to have peace when I write.
The fact that I can sit in my room and
write in safety is due to the Israeli Army.
How can I complain that their trucks make
a noise in the street where I live?"
.esis 1948: The First A r;ihi-Israeli War
irinued From Page 9-C>
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Competing For Haggadah Influence
(011ti1n1.1l from Pate 13-E)
appeared in various languages.
Haggadahi were printed in Franco. Ru-
mania, Hungary euan daring the years when
these countries wew dominated by the Nazis.
After the fall of the Nazi regime Haggadahs
were printed by liberated Jews in their refu-
gee camps, in addition to the Haggadahs sup-
plied to them by the Joint Distribution Com-
mit too. In almost all Haggadahs which ap-
peared after the war. special material was
added commemorating the Jewish heroes of
the Holocaust.
* *
ONE OF TIIK latest modern Haggadahs
in my collection Is the "Israel Haggadah," a
beautifully illustrated volume. It was printed
in Japan and published this year by the Amer-
ican publishing firm of Harry N. Abrams. Inc.
The text of the Haggadah is adapted by Meyer
Levin, the well-known author of numerous
books published in the.United States.
The service is given in Hebrew with a
transliteration in Latin characters and a
translation in English. The 72 illustrations
55 of them in full color are magnificent and
selected with great taste. They show, among
other things, how Jewish families from vari-
ous lands conduct the Seder in Israel.
Impressive, too. are the pages with color-
photos showing the Seder in the homes of
Kurdistan. Yemenite, Persians. Boukhara and
other "exotic" Jews, with all the members of
the family sitting in their traditional richly-
colored garbs ; round the Seder table. There
are also color photos of the observance of the
iia.s.s-Seder in kibbutzim and of the celebra-
tion of Passover by the Samaritans.
Mr. Lfivhl eliminated certain parts of the
traditional Seder but introduced certain expia-
tions for to.lay's lets traditional Jews that
clarify various customs. He also added a me-
morial for the martyred Jews of all genera-
tions th' victims of the Romans, of the In-
,|ii .- lion, the victims of the Crusades, of po-
:101ns and the t>.00O.CO0 Jews annihilated by
the Nazis. It is regrettable that unlike
other post-war modern Haggadahs the
Israel Haggadah" failed to lay special em-
phasis on the tragedy of the Jews who were
w re wiped out by the Nazis. In the other
Haggadahs a special prayer for these Jews
is included for recitation at the Seder table,
and is recited during the Seder ceremony in
thousands of homes in this country and in
other lands
Although Mr. Levin's Haggadah carries
the title "An Israel Haggadah" and is Israel-
nted, it can be used in modern Jewish fam-
ilies in the United States for th>' Seder. Both
its text and the art will strengthen the atten-
tion to the Seder ceremony of younger mem-
b. is of the family. The Haggadah also has
m veral pages of music for singing of popular
Israeli songs.
The American publisher has added some-
thing new and original to the Israel Hug-
gadah. He packaged together one large "host"
Haggadah with 10 smaller "guest" Haggadah*
plus a long-playing record of Passover songs.
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Miami 374-7528
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Mechanical Contractors
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Phone 888-2634
A Happy Passover To All
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Holiday Greetings To Our
Friends and Clients
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V.,, set "ill make it possible for the com-
L,. assembled at the Seder table to follow
stual together.

IT WILL BK interesting for many to
- That the oldest Hag^adah in the world
th< Haggadab manuscript which dates back
t>)i 8th century is, of all places, today in
g Set institution. This Jewish tale of op-
s.. ii anil liberation can bo found now in
r. famous Saltykov-Schedrin Library in Len-
. j to which the general public has no ac-
[1 is a part of the Genua, the collection
;cnt and ran- Hebrew manuscripts dis-
,-,.1 in an old storehouse in Cairo during
. .. .-i century.
me can also find in this famous Lenin-
library the third largest in the world
the first catalogue ot' Haggadahs ever is-
J<: This rare catalogue was published in
1 lersbugh, the capital of Czarist Russia,
ing For A TVetc Moses
in 1901. by the Russian Academy of Science.
It registers 909 Haggadahs that appeared all
over the world till 1900. The catalogue was
prepared by Samuel Wiener, a noted Russian-
Jewish scholar. A second catalogue, listing
about 2.700 Haggadahs known to have ap-
peared to date, was issued in Israel in 1960
59 years later under the title 'Bibliography
of Passover Haggadahs." It is an impressive
volume by the well known Israeli scholar and
bibliographer Abraham Yaari.
I was admitted to the Saltykov-Schedrin
Library to inspect the Qenlza there during my
visit to Leningrad in 1968. This exception was
made only because some of my books turned
out to be on the shelves of this library, to my
great surprise and delight. I was even pre-
sented with the library's "honorary member-
ship card" for permanent admission, in defer-
ence to the fact that my books are there, al-
though they are locked up in the Judaica sec-
tion where even Soviet scholars are rarely
l>ermittod to enter.
inued From Time 4-E
People," th* authors, Mark
ski and Klirabeth Herzog.
a memorable picture of
iDon for the Passover in
I ti long ago: "Everything
lien out of the house; the
i.v whitewashed, the fur-
niture was scrubbed with boiling
water. Then we used a kind of
sharp glass to take off the dirt
from the furniture. Then it was
scrubbed with a piece of white iron
while boiling water is poured over
again The house is a real 'up-
side-down.' "
The authors term thus pre-Pass-
over rite a "domestic catharsis."
And when was such a fresh start
ever more in order than right now
when we have all this organization-
al infighting over the Jews of
Russia?
And the jet age Moses
he?
whore's
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840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
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ha Patrons and Friends
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ond Family
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Miami, Fla
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April 9, 1971

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Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Full Text
~eJewish Floridian
Combining Tffl JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 44 Number 15
Miami, Florida Friday, April 9, 1971
Five Sections Pries Si.00

.Passover Edition.
Sadat's Terms
"THEN CAME THE MOST HOLY, BLESSED BE HE ." Chad Gadya
Orthodox Establishment Must
Yield Some Of Its Authority
TEX AVIV (JTA) Deputy
Premier Yigal Allon warned Is-
rael's Orthodox religious estab-
lishment this week that there
will have to be some changes in
the exclusive authority it wields
over the Israelis" private affairs
m such matters as marriage and
divorce.
Addressing a Labor Party con-
vention session. Mr. Allon said,
"We are not a religious move-
ment, nor are we anti-religious.
However, one cannct accept the
situation when the fate of indi-
viduals in this country is in the
hands of those whose way of
thinking and way of life is ob-
solete."
Mr. Allen's remarks reflected
the growing Impatience both
inside and outside government
circtas with the Orthodox
rabbinate's conduct in matters
of conversion and in denying
marriage license to persons it
considers unfit to have them.
The rabbinate recently refused
to recognize the Vienna conver-
sions of 54 non-Jewish Ipouaea
emigrating to Israel from the
Soviet Unl n. Another case that
aioused widespread indignation
was that of two young Israelis
whose mother thourht her first
husband perished in the Nazi
holocaust and subsequently re-
married. The children she and
her second husband had were
ruled "illegitimate." and thus
unfit to marry "legitimate" per-
sons.
Mr. Allon said the problem is
not the separation of religion
and government, but the crea-
tion of legal conditions by which
evi ryone in the country will be
able'to live according to his own
belief. Labor Party leaders are
reportedly considering the intro-
duction of legislation providing
civil marriages for those desir-
ing them.
Flatly Rejected
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
mier Golda Meir appeared be-
fore 3.000 delegates and foreign
visitors attending the opening
s< ssion of the Labor Party con-
vention here early this week and
flatly rejected Egypt's terms for
an interim arrangement leading
to the reopening of the Suez
Canal.
The Premier was most em-
phatic in repeating her govern-
ment's op|H>sitin to Big Power
guarantees and peace-keeping
forces as substitutes for the
kind of peace settlement Israel
wants.
The Egyptian terms, as re-
ported by the official Middle
Fast News Agency in Cairo last
week, calk d for a partial with-
drawal of Israeli forces fiom the
canal's east bank as a first
stage toward total withdrawal
from the Sinai peninsula, and
proposed that Egyptian forces
occupy the area evacuated by
Israel.
Mrs. Meir declared that Israel
favors reopening of the water-
way and would willingly diSOOSS
proposals aimed at normalisa-
tion of civilian life in the Sue/
zone as well as de-escalation of
the military confrontation there.
"But." she said, "if recent state-
ments attributed to President
Sadat regarding the reopening of
the Suez Canal arc authentic,
they cannot even Ik* basis for
agreement with Israel."
Mrs. Meir devoted much of
her address to a restatement if
I I's position on the territory
it believes must l>c retained in
order to assure its s* entity, and
the naturi of a |)cace settlement
with its Arab neighbors. But in
spite of her curt dismissal of the
Egyptian offer, reports persisted
that the government Is awaiting
the opinion of defense experts
as to what conditions would be
required in order to permit the
reopening of the waterway with-
out j- opan'izing Israel's posit. >n
in the Sinai.
Informed sources said Cabinet
members differed on conditions
for aa interim arrangment. De-
li use Minister Moshe Dayan re-
portedl] insisted on a formal
armistice or termination at
Lgypt's belligerency status a- a
condition lor limited troop with-
drawals.
Several other Cabinet mem-
bers have spoken publicly on the
possibility of an "interim so i-
tion" which has been proposed
1: the U.S. government. One
said Israel is prepared to dia
the opening of the canal .-
rately from other issues; ai
er told correspondents that Is-
rael might accept a temporary
arrangement if si vcral cor li-
tions were met. but an in' I
arrangement must be recogi
by both sides as a step tow
i! settlement.
Security Police Forcing
Jews Off Moscow Trains
Chaplains 'Victims
Of State Cutback'
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
The millions of dollars in health
program cutbacks ordered by
Gov. Ronald Reagan will rob the
900 Jewish i>ersons in its- state
mental hospitals of the ministry
of three chaplains who travel
throughout the state by July 1,
it was reported from the state
capital in Sacramento.
Especially trained for their
work. Jewish chaplains serve
brief residencies in mental hos-
pitals and are generally acknowl-
edged to be a "special breed" in
the rabbinate.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ac-
cording to reliable reports re-
ceived here. Soviet authorities
have u ken ever.- possib'e pre-
caution to prevent Jewish dem-
onstrations in Moscow during
the Communist Party's World
Congress.
Special security police units
are halting the trains before
they reach the city and advising
Jewish passengers over a loud-
sjteaker to get off. They then
board the train, asking for iden-
tity cards, and remove the Jews
who did not comply. Those re-
sisting re|K>rtedly have been
sentenced to 14 days imprison-
ment.
Dr. Haim Renert. the Jewish
gynecologist reportedly arrested
in the Ukraine city of Tzerno-
witz for allegedly attempting to
bribe an official to get him an
emigration visa two weeks ago,
has been sentenced to five years
in prison, the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency has learned. The 48-
year-old doctor was known to
have applied unsuccessfully for
a visa, but it was not clear if
he had admitted the charges.
The murder last November of
n Russian Jewish scholar Which
was re|>orted to the JTA in New
York last week, has been con-
firmed by Russian sources, who
said he was killed by a rabid
anti-Semite who was mentally
ill. The victim, identified only as
"Dr. Mkhelson," was reportedly
shot in his Minsk, Belorussia,
clinic.
A Jewish engineer in Kishii
Moldavia, has been rc-arres
i: was reported. 'He was first
arrested a month ago when
b si arch of his norm n \
Hebrew texts and recordings,
which were confiscated.! And it
has also l>een learned that two
Jewish film directors who ap-
plied for permission to emigrate
have been expelled by their
union, the Cinema Workers As-
sociation. Although the associa-
tion's rules require that accused
persons must be given a hearing
before such action is taken, this
was not done in their case, it
was reported.
Government Has
Majority Support
NEW YORK (JTA) Accord-
ing to a I-ouis Harris poll com-
missioned by Time magazine and
conducted jointly with Public
Opinion Research, an Israeli
an < verwhelming majority of Is-
raelis support their government
in negotiations with the Arabs
and believe it is doing all it can
to negotiate a peace treaty.
The poll on foreign policy re-
vealed that Israeli Jews give
their complete support to the of-
ficial position that the occupied
territories of East Jerusalem,
the Golan Heights and Sharm
el-Sheikh should be retained by
Israel in any settlement. Time
reported. Only 7';< of those who
were questioned felt the govern-
ment should be more flexible in
negotiating with the Arabs.


Page 2-A
* Jewish n&ridiain
Temple Emanu-El To Honor
Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen
Judge and Mrs. living Cypen
will be honored at Temple Emanu-
Kl's annual Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign dinner to be hold in the
Temple's Kriedland Ballroom. Sat-
urday evening, April 17, according
to an announcement made by Mr.
and Mrs Harry A. Levy, dinner
chairmen.
"Judce and Mrs. Cy pen's devoted
service to Temple Kmanu-El, to
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity and to the |>eoplc of Is-
rael, is an example of one Jewish
family's commitment to its fellow
Jews," declared Rabbi Irving I^'hr-
man, spiritual leader of hhe tem-
ple who is issociate chairman of
the 1971 CJA-IEF campaign.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein and Mrs. Ja-
cob Katzman are co-chairing a
teaa Committee for the event
v h ch numbers more than 300
women.
Judsje Cypen, who formerly held
a Dade County Circuit Court seat,
is the honorary president of the
Mayor Clark To Assume
Presidency Of Hope School
On Sunday, May 2. at the Caril-
lon Hotel, Mayor Steve Clark will
be installed as president of Hope
School for Mentally Retarded
Children and Young Adults, Inc.
located at 66G SW 4th St.. Hope
School has. in the past 15'i years,
grown from an attendance roster
of 6 children to the present enroll-
ment of approximately 112 day
and resident students.
One of Mayor Clark's first du-
ties as president of Hope School
"ill be the presentation of a
charter to the newly-formed
"Lauderhill Oaks Chapter of Hope
School" located in Ft. Lauderdalc.
JUDGE and MRS. IRVING CYPEN
Ticket information is available
it Hope School.
is G -is Jewish H >me for
the A''.i l of Greater Miami, and a
member >! the B->ard of Directors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Judge Cypen, a member of the |
Miami Beach and Dade County,
Bar Associations, graduated from |
the University of Florida's College i
of Business Administration, and I
later was graduated magna cum I
laude from the University of Flor- i
Ida's College oi Law. He has served
as president of the Miami Beach j
Civic League, the Tropical Lodge
ol B'nai B'rith and the Miami
Beach Kiwanis Club.
Mra Cypen, a Board member of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fedt ra-
tion's Women's Division, serves on
[ts Miami Beach Area Board, and
Is a past president of the Sister-
hood of Temple Kmanu-F.l and of
the Tropical Chapter of B'nai
B'rith. A Board member of the
Women's Committee of the Jew-
ish Family & Children's Service,
and of the Miami Beach Senior
High School's PTA, she is a past
president of the Central Beach
icntary School PTA.
OUR ANSWER TO ISRAEL ..
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* WE Will GIVE TO THE CIA-
and the EMERGENCY FUND ..
TIL IT HURTS.
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Irvin W. Katz. M. Ed.
Educational Consultant
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HELP DOUGLAS GARDENS
WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami,
are an important part of the Home's operating
income. 4
Won't you help the Home today by contributing
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other
saleable merchandise which you no longer need
or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
ment house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop,
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apart-
Douglas Gardens has sericus financial needs,
since 80% of its 222 residents are public welfare
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
public assistance payments in Florida the lowest
of all states, the Home urgently needs your help
to maintain its high quality care. May we count
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange fcr our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
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Jewish Education's Role
Theme Of RCA Convention
The Crucial role of Jewish eclu-1
Cation in countering the corrosive
influences alienating Jewish youth
will '' (liscus-ed at the fortncom'
igg fomi-i^tipu,.of, Uy*, Rabbinical.
Council of America scheduled Maj
3-9 at the Sea Gull Hotel in Miami
Beach, according to an announce-
ment made by the president of tho (
Rabbinical Council, Rabbi Bernard
L. Berz >n. More than 000 deleg it
from all parts of the Uniti d states'
an I Canada are expected to attend.
An educational symposium will
fc itu it mding educators from
i United States and Canada oni
the I hi "Jewish Education as
the Foundation of Jewish Survival
in th< 1970*8." Chairman of the
session rill be Dr. Bernard Berg-
serves as chairman of
i nal Council for Torah
l due '
Dr. A .n Sen execul we \ ice
I i| Th New York Board
of Jewish Education, will deliver a
| on the subject "Ideological
Content in the Hebrew High School
1 "UTrtculum." A second paper,
"Non-currie.nlar Guiclance0iii.,J,,;w-,
s!i Education," will bo delivered
bj Rat'); Joseph Deitcher, Educa-
tional Coordinator ot the Hebrew
Academy of Montreal.
Another speaker will be Rabbi
Fabian Schonfeld of New York.
who will draw from his vast ex-
perience with Yeshiva education
in New York in his address, "How
to ach th heart, as well as the
mind, is the en tllenge of the next
decade," he s lid. "The former in-
>l\ the ar i ol p rsonal gui-
dance, the personal warmth and
c intacl between the teacher and
his student; while the latter re-
quires an invigorated curriculum,
il Izing "i a vareness ol contem-
por ii\ cum I. of thought." it
i xplained.
BThtrh?od RetrefU Jack Kassewitz To Be Guest Speaker
The Southeast federation of *
The Southeast Federation of
Temple Brotherhoods will hold a
retreat at the Hollywood Lakes
Country Club, nine miles west of
L'.S. 441 on Hollywood Boulevard,
April 23-25, with accommodations
in the Holiday Inn Motel. Per-
sons wishing to make reservations
should contact Al Roth.
Harold Malin, president of Tem-
ple Beth Am's Brotherhood, an-1
nounces that the guest speaker |
for the Congregational breakfast;
to bo held on Sunday. April 1H. at
9:30 a.m.. will be Jack Kassewitz,
chief editorial writer of The Mi-1
ami News.
A mefthl'r of The Miami News I
staff for over is years, Mr. Kas-
sewitz is active in many commun-
ity affairs. Ho Ls chairman of the
executive committee of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
and its Florida Regional B
and is a member of the ADL
Nal inal Urban Affairs Commit-
tee,
R -ii'. ; by
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14 NI5AN
WASHINGTON Since the
time of Franklin D. Roosevelt,
the shock troops of the Demo-
cratic Party have been organized
labor, the American Jewish com-
munity and the black voters. It
us a strange sight, therefore, to
see the leading Democratic can-
,ii lates doing their level best to
alienate two of these three
groups.
The group being flouted, even
scorned, are the shock troops
with organization, namely labor,
and in lesser degree the shock
troops with cash, namely the
Jewish community. With regard
ort tnized labor, the pro
came to a head, i'> > preliminary
way, m ih'' Senate vote on the
onic tr inspprt.
THE SOLE imaginable Demo-
Passover A Family Festival
Or.e of the most colorful and joyous occasions in Jew-
ish life takes place tonight as the holiday of Passover is
ushered in with the traditional Seder.
Known variously as the Festival of Spring and the
Festival of Freedom all strong in our tradition we see
the Passover's popularity among Jews across the world as
basically a Festival of Family. Whether it is the communal
family of the Israel kibbutzim, the gathering of Jews at
resort hotels to partake of traditional meals, or the gen-
erations gathered together in homes, there is the shared
experience of the Jewish people that makes Passover unigue
and, incidentally, the most popular of our holidays.
Ever mindful of their long history of oppression, the
Jewish people take the occasion of the Passover festival
to express their joy for the freedom their fathers gained
through the Exodus from Egypt and their hopes that all the
peoples of the earth will be freed from bondage, whatever
form it takes.
Ties Being Strengthened
The recent Israel convention of the Conservative Rab-
binical Assembly is described by observers as having had
little or no impact on the religious scene which, for political
reasons, is dominated by Orthodox Judaism. There is little
Conservative activity in Israel, but this may be more than
a question of emphasis on the part of the movement here
than anything else.
In contrast, Reform has developed programs which
reveal a desire for closer ties with the Israeli experience
than one would expect from its past history. Every Reform
rabbinical student, for instance, is now required to spend
his first year of study at the Hebrew Union College school
in Jerusalem. The national director of the Reform youth
movement in America has moved to Israel where he will
establish programs for American youth there as well as
develop a Reform youth program for Israelis. Seven Re-
form congregations are now actively served by rabbis
in contrast to only three of the Conservative wing. Many
believe that this movement will strengthen the ties be-
tween American and Israeli Jews through common religious
concerns rather than emphasis on fund-raising alone.
New Concern For American Jews
A new concern for American Jews has been revealed
in an article which discloses that there are 10,000 Jews
living among the 30,000 American draft fugitives in Can-
ada. This is an astounding figure, particularly since most
of them are between the ages of 17-24 and thus represent
a substantial potential loss to American Jewry.
In view of the recent surprising poll which showed
that 12% of Americans would like to leave the country, it
is of interest that many of the expatriates are not in Can-
ada to avoid the draft but because they wanted to take
their families from what the article called the "hostile and
violent society which is tday's U.S.A." The article is basic-
ally a plea to "help our sons who are searching for their
identity in Canada" and it is one which should not be
ignored.
Most Nations Are Grateful
Althouqh sometimes their votes in the United Nations
would indicate otherwise, most of the African nations are
grateful to Israel for the assistance the Jewish state has
given them in the past decade. More than 17,000 Africans
and Asians have been trained by Israeli experts in the
fields of agriculture, medicine and cooperatives.
Comment
We have often wondered why
the story of the Holocaust has
been ignored by the world, and
deplored the fact that it is
glossed over in history books.
We have thought it too painful
to teach our Jewish children;
when it has been taught in Sun-
day school parents have become
angry at this effort to '"bruise
the minds" of their children.
No more wonder. The case of
Lt. Calley tells us what we are
- it is written large in the pro-
tests which greeted his convic-
tion. Not the protests that he is
the scapegoat for higher officers
including our Presidents
for these avoid the basic truth.
NOT THOSE which see our
involvement in Vietnam as im-
moral, or even those which con-
demn the business of war, as
did Sen. Hart: "There are Cal-
lcys in every war and in every
army and it ought to persuade
us to do without war."
We got angry with Hannah
Arendt when she wrote years
ago that Kichmann was in actual
fact a banal personality, a non-
entity whose evil deeds flowed
not from anything in his own
character but rather from his
position in the Nazi system.
YOU READ Galley's definition
of the enemy: "Someone I
couldn't see, I couldn't feel, I
couldn't touch, that nobody in
the military svstem ever de-
scribed as anything other than
communism; tliey didn't give it
a race, they didn't give it a sex,
they didn't give it an age." .
And road the American le-
gion resolutions, the letters, the
telegrams, and the realization
comes though that the difference
between many Americans a*"'
Germans is only geography In
translation, they are the same.

cra'ie candidate who voted for
the SST, Sen. Henry M. Jackso:.
of Washington, gave his party's
assembled state chairmen a lec-
ture on Friday, after the v ite,
about their party's need for I .
support and the danger of '.
it. And no wonder.
From tough old George M<
on down, wh.it may be C
the pork chops wing of the "
m >\ t men! whirl: mi ima
richest in l most num. rous
si rongly backed th Si
tly for pork c tops -
Cai the p oj cl e si
si nds ol extol n lobs am
. ,i tens of thousand!
from b m.' ere ited i"i tl
SINCE Sens. Edmund Mus
George McGovcrn and
were air d i I as 1
redemptl in, Si n. Hubert Hum-
phrey of Minnesota was the
chief target of the labor drive.
The union most actively Involvi d
was, rather naturally, the m -
ehinists. led by Floyd E. "R(
Smith.
Some weeks ago, Sen. Hum-
phrey met with the machinist-'
political action branch and de-
clared that he was leaning toward
a pro-SST vot.-. Later and more
Importantly, Sen. Humphrey
gave G< org i Meany himself what
Meany thought was a hard-am!-
fast commitment to vote for the
SST.
Humphrey reiwriedly taj
that he was misunderstood. I;:
any case, Humphrey and every
other Imaginable Democrat!"-
candidate, except Jackson, then
voted against the SST. The lan-
guage now being used about
Continued on ? 14-A
by EDWARD COHEN
CARRYING out the policy of
genocide for Nazis did not re-
quire them to be monsters or
Jew-haters. Since the murder
of Jews was dictated by the laws
of the state, and since selfless
loyalty to the law was regarded
by the Germans as the highest
of virtues, it even called for a
certain amount of idealism on
the part of Eichmann and
friends.
Himmler once said: "To have
stuck it out and, apart from ex-
ceptions caused by human weak-
ness, to have remained decent,
that is what has made us hard."
That should not make us sick
it's what we're saying, too.
In challenging Arendt's view
of Eichmann, one of the critics
pointed out seven years ago that
"no person of conscience could
have participated knowingly in
mass murder; to believe other-
wise is to learn nothing about the
natuT of conscienc And unin-
teresting thoitTh it may be to
say si. bina'ity of a man could
have ne so hugely evil a job
so well; to believe otherwise is
to learn nothing aho.it the na-
ture o' ''] "
I WONDER, now that we
know about Vietnam, about the
slaughter in Indonesia, the genn-
'"'" Nigeria, the killing in
'" PjW t in, whether the
*.....'' then, :< made up mostly
' ""r ,->i with no conscience,
fo- who e'se can accept the blood
!,., .. innocents bul the evil
without consei-
"' hers and fathers
who r -< their eh.;'-
' ?' m demonstrating
"'-'~ wonder what
i ,.o.-^ now,
,"'" ....... ..... not B totali-
' i avenues '
....." pen to us and
our high officials bemoan the
distorted view of the Vietnam
war we are getting from our
communications media. But to-
talitarian states aim at the d> -
struction of common-sense re-
ality and the creation of a new
"reality" fitted to the offic. 1
line. It is in this sense so mar.y
of us have been brain-washed.
THIS IS part of our frighten-
ing atmosphere no matter how we
view our complicity and this
is the easy road to to taltarianism
no matter how unconscious we
are of our travel.
Is it an accident that the
United States is the only major
nation that has not signed the
United Nations genocide pact?
We like to think it is only le-
galistic objections raised by the
American Bar Association and
strict constitutionalists which
pn vent Senate ratification.
WE ARE no worse, we know,
than the Russians, who have
signed, and whose record is
ta i I with the deliberate ex-
termination of Poles and peas-
ants But we are no better,
ther.
As Arthur. Morse said in the
R ores of his book,
IMon Died": "The
I ... -.,,1-..) The I X
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'urer i
, ?>] >, or are t"1-
tei' ial ^ somewhere in the
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Democratic Club
Registration Offices Open |^8^
To 18-21 Year Old Voters
An estimated 50,000 18-to-21
Lar olds now eligible to vote in
national elections can sign up at
ip, cial voter registration offices
now open throughout Dade Coun-
ty, according to Willard J. Miller,
acting supervisor of elections.
The offices, which will be open
five clays a week from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m., through April 16, are lo-
cated at the City Halls of Coral
Sables, Hialoah. Miami Beach, Mi-
|mi Shores Village. North Bay
illage. North Miami Beach, North
[iaml, Opa-locka. and West Miami.
Anyone 21 years of age or older
not previously registered can do
upon presentation of proof of
|ge. Any I'.S. citizen resident of
; irida for one year and Dadc
fci inty for the past six months is
eligible to register.
. Age proof can be shown by birth
Certificate, selective service regis-
tration card, certificate from a
l>oard showing age at time
ot atundance, an insurance no'iov
'fit least five years old showing
|iate of birth, or a naturalization
[certificate.
Proof of residence must also be
[shown by a parents' registration
ID. card high school diploma from
a Dade County school or a certifi-
cate from school board showing
time of attendance and residence
for the past year.
Sign-up locations, in addition to
the Main Office in Room 147. Met-
ro Justice Bldg., 1351 NW 12th St..
are St. John's Baptist Church, 1328
NW Third Ave.; Sears, Northside
Shopping Center: Liberty City
Community Center; Miami-Dade
Junior College North, 11380 NW
27th Ave.: Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity, 1414 Drexel Ave., Miami
Beach and Neal's Supermarket,
4825 NW 27th Ave.
South of Flagler Street voters
may register at Food Fair Store,
2999 SW 32nd Ave.: Cutler Ridg.-
Food Fair, 10880 Caribbean Blvd.:
South Miami Fire Station, 6130
Sunset Dr.; Dadeland Food Fair
Store, 7501 Dadeland Mall: Office
of District 4 Constable. 634 Per-
rine Ave.: Food Fair Store, 9875
Bird Rd: BI-LO Supermarket
21657 S. Federal Hwy.; Homestead
Fire Station. 325 NW Second St.:
and Miami-Dade Junior College
South. 11011 SW 104th St.
When the Democratic Club of
Miami Beach held its installation
recently at the Seville Hotel, head-
ing the slate of officers installed
by Judge Henry L. Balaban was
Wally Gluck, executive life presi-
dent. 1
Also taking the oath of office
were Henry Abrahams, vice presi-
dent: Dottie Davis, corresponding
secretary. Dr. Jordan S. Schwartz,
associate secretary; Milton
Schwartz financial secretary;
Samuel Resnick, treasurer; Lor-
raine Bosworth, recording secre-
tary; I. Pashkin and Charles Free-
man, sergeants-at-arms.
Awards for outstanding services
to the community were presented
to Judge Balaban, Miami Mayor
David T. Kennedy, Mayor Stephen
P. Clark and Rep. Harold J. Feath-
rstone at the dinner.
Mrs. Sara Helfand Reviews
A book review will be given by
Mrs. Sara Helfand at the 12:30
JH. Thursdav. April 15, meeting
>f the Florida Chapter, Women's
League for Israel in the Forte
Towers Auditorium, 1200 West
\ve., Miami Beach.
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Friday. April 9. 1971
The Real Campaign Is Only Just
Beginning,1 General Chairman Says
"American Jewry i- rising to the great challenge of Intensi-
fied humanitarian needi in Israel this yjjhw. Yet, as positive as
this outpouring may be, we must all understand thwt the real
camp Ign is onlj lust beginning. ." Edward Ginsberg, general
chairman <'t the United Jewish Appeal declared in summing up
the status of tb l^Ti IMA Campaign.
In a genera] policy statement issued this week, Mr. Ginsberg
said. "Jews throughout the country are responding well, with
pledges showing a substantial Increase over but year. But less
than hall thi gifts we are expecting this year have been re-
corded It will I ike hard work unrelenting work to main-
. acceptable levels of increase through the remaindei of the
campaign.
This is the heal ( thi campaign," the UJA leader con-
tinued. "We must continue to exert the utmost pressure on our-
selves and all remaining potential contributors, to keep our
crucial programs in behall of Israel's people alive and growing.
"The uncertain eondttiom in Israel must mean MORE, not
leas, concern on all our parts. The men, women and children who
arrive every day in Israel need housing, food, clothes, rehabilita-
tion, education, and training to ix' absorbed. And the thou
who came beton them need absorption of every kind in depth
in Israeli soch ty. Who will help, if we do not?
The next tew weeks will tell the critically important story
ol whethei or not we, the Jews ol America, are able to summon
up all ol our tr. ngth. all of our effort, all of our dedication to
m ike the campaign ol 1971 the overwhelmingly successful one it
MUST be," the campaign leader emphasized.
Xh UJA iupportsthi United Israel Appeal, Inc., which main-
tains extensive programs for resettlement and absorption ol
Jewish imi Is in Israel; the Join! Distribution Committee
which aids a ed, chronically ill and handicapped Jews in ''0
nations, including Israel; the United MAS Service, which pro-
vides for trans|iortation of oppressed Jews and for their resettle-
ment in free nation- other than Israeli and the New York As >
e ation for New Americans, which assists Jewish refugees In the
United States,
Martyrs' Memorial
Program Scheduled
By Maccabee Lodge
Bernard H. Liberman. an out-
standing community leader. Is
serving as chairman of the annua'
"Martyrs Mnmrrrinl Program,"
commemorating the Six Million
.leu,sit Martyrs who were mur-
dered in the Nazi Holocaust during
1935-1943, which is being pre-
i nted by Miccabee Lodge. B'nai
B'rith, Tuesday evening, April 20,
n the Forte Towers Auditorium,
1200 West A\e., Miami Beach.
Mayor Jay Dermer will present '
i Proclamation In behalf of th"
City of Miami Beach. The guest
BDCaker will be the eminent Rabbi
Harry Jolt
Other participants in the pro-
R Max Zucker, Can-
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Joseph Ft Mondres and George N.
Kotin, president of Maccabee
Lodge.
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A statement issued hy William
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Friday. April 9, 1971
Traditional Third Seder
Climaxes Histadrut Year
stive audience of over 650
i the Israel Hlsl i Iru
v ither ni the n >tel Font
bli i Sunda; I I p.m. to cele-
the traditional Third Seder,
| i Ra ibi l-i on I
hoi lirman,
A s1 :' he ided by
r.. 11 nan, international si u
of si -< and radio, and Arie Ka-
duri, leader of the Shalom Trio.
wil be featured in two dramatic
presi ntations. Th"> evening will be'
climaxed by a festive dramatiza-
tion of "A Seder in the Kibbutz."
in which the entire audience will
participate.
Moshe Gilboa. Consul General of
Israel, willl be here to represent
his government. He will give a
i ed account of the prospects
:' ir pe ice in the Middle East.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sahl, who
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President Mrs. Byron Sparber
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for equipment which will include
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Dialing Zero for help in an
emergency is so simple a child |
can do it. And so important,
every child should learn how.
Here are three hints to help
you teach your child how to
get help if she ever needs it:
First, don't hand her the
receiver. Let her pick it up
herself, the way she would
in a real emergency.
Second, while you hold
down the receiver button, teach her how to dial the
operator.
Third, tell her to speak directly into the mouthpiece,
clearly and slowly, giving her name, address, and phone
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Sen. Jackson Main Speaker
At Independence Day Event
State of Washington's Sen. I quest of presidential candidate
M. "Scoop*' Jackson, who is i John F. Kennedy, he served as
. Ivcomins one of the lead-j chairman of the Democratic Na-
tional Committee.
Sen. Jackson was the rec
i)t' the "Legislator ol the Year"
; Award for l%9 given by th
erans of Foreign Wars of the
United Slates for outstanding serv-
ice to the nation. His important
committee assignments include
chairmanship of the Senate In-
terior and Insular Affairs Commit-
tee, service on the Armed Services
Committee, the Joint Committee
on Atomic Energy, and the Gov-
ernment Operations Committee.
Mai Marshall, widely known
business executive and president
of tin- Carriage House Sofia! dub
was to be hor. I "Night in
Israel,'' Thursday at X p.m. on be-
half of State of Esrael Bonds. The
chairmi n "i the event, i- Lawrence
J. Aberm;,n, executive director of
the Carriage House.
Rabbi I^on Kronish, spiritual
loader of Temple Beth Sholom, a
national vice chairman for State
of Israel Bonds and Rabbi Irving
Lorn-man, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-El who is chairman of
the Board of Governors of Israel
Bonds, are heading the program.
Folk humorist Eddie Schaffer will
offer a special program of enter-
tainment.
At the Yeshiva University Heritage Award Dinner held at
the Deauville Hotel last week, Chester Devenow (center) re-
ceives the Heritage Award Plaque from Rabbi Milton Furst
(left), executive assistant to Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of
Yeshiva University, as Dr. Israel Miller, vice president of
Student Affairs at Yeshiva and president of the newly-
formed American Zionist Federation looks on.
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SIN. HENKY M. JACKSON
5ng "dark horse" potential Demo-
cratic candidates for President of
(the United States, will be the prin-
[cipal speaker at the community-
wide Israel Independence Dinner,
[Sunday, April 25.
The dinner, to be held under the
I auspices of the Israel Bond Orga-
nization, will take place at 7 o'clock
in the Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
tainobleau Hotel.
The Shield of Israel Award will
be conferred upon William L Pal-
lot, chairman of the Inter National
Bank and prominent civic and phi-
lanthrope leader, on this occasion.
Th" award will be made in rec-
ognition "of his exemplary service
on behalf of the State of Israel,
for which he has been a strength
pi m inspiration throughout the
are," according to James M.
Libert chairman of the Israel
fond Organization.
A special guest at the dinner
barking the 23rd anniversary of
Israel's statehood, will be Sen.
Edward J. Gurney, senior Repulv
l.can representing the State of
:'lorida in the U.S. Senate. Son.
[Gurney, who recently returned
from Israel where he met with
It op government officials including
[Prime Minister Golda Meir, has
[been a leading supporter of Israel
. the nation's capital.
Sen. Jackson, a prominent mom-
1>er of the Government Operations
[Committee, who serves as chair-
[man of the Sub-Committee, on Na-
[tional Security and International
[Operations, is known as one of
the staunchost friends of Israel in
the halls of Congress. He has been
a firm advocate of the sale of mod-
ern military equipment to Israel
to counter the Soviet build-up of
the Arabs.
Widely mentioned as a possible
presidential candidate, Sen. Jack-
son, who is expected to deliver a
[major address at the Israel Inde-
pendence Day dinner, is the Junior
Senator from Washington. He has
I Served in the Senate for 30 years,
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a stunning 84Tf of the vote said
to be the largest margin in a two-
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Friday. April 9, 1971
Greater Miami Jewry will begin the oDservance of the Passover
I ttival at synagogue services Friday evening. Hie First Seder, which
i- the festive meal accompanied by the reading or recitation of the
Kaggadah. will follow. Many synagogues in the Greater Miami area I
will sponsor communal Seder services' for those not conducting such
- I vices in their own homes.
Reform and Liberal congregations which generally observe only ]
the lirst day of the holiday, will hold only one Seder. Others also i
of.serve the finai days of Passover and will hold Seders on both Friday
a -d Saturdav evenings.
Preparatory observances in connection with the festival include: I
Hi'riikat (hornet/., traditional ceremonial search for ehomctz, con-
lucted in the home Thursday after nightfall.
siyum iiaiM-.-hni .in (special service for first-born males) following
'he regular weekday services Friday.
Last time for eating chometz is Friday at 10 a.m.
Kol < hamira. the ceremony which includes the renureiation of any
indiscowred ehomet/ in the h'.me at 11 a.m. Friday, is preceded by
the burning or selling of all ehomet/.
i
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
14NISAN 6:18
5
UUNtliltU>iUMHMOMNI
>0i iuou&,iu::K.icinaiiimiuaK

m.......iin----- ......-
No Magic, No Tricks
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA- !
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
CSIIttr Aron Ben Aron. 1 I
ANSHE EMES. 2633 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken. !
dall Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabb> !
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3 j
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. '
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantoi William W. Lipson. 4
y Iday ii p.m Saturday 9 a.m <> p m
s.unlay !' a.m. Meaaaa:* on behalf r
.- v let Jew ry bj Ml Mi ndi II Sells;.

BETH EL. 50U SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. E
-
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dicksr-n *
day 6 i p in s. turday v t" ; m
fc>uuday 8:45 a.m Ralihl will dii
-1 'lom Prom what
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Ra!:bi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hini< o
1 Idas 6 pin Saturday 9 ;> m S :-
ii.uii: "Thi Tin i I.. -1 < i: P
. i 6 (i m ISvenl ng sei
pm Traditional Community Si lei
- i idu | B .c in
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narct. 10
Friday 6 pm Prayer Servl 6:30
p ai Temple Paaaover Seder Satur-
day II n m Sermon 'Wan Human
I.an I lod-OKuUned '
ISRAELITE CENTEK. J175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
I'.iday ):.10 p.m. Saturila> S 4T. a in
SarnMn: "Iiaycnu tn Kol Bnoufrh.
w ;u p.m. (-> **alii< wrvl'-c Sunday
1 I.", a 111 Si-rmon: "Th*> Chall)
*. Tho Fifth Son." 6:30 i> m. Evening
Service
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
Friday 7 a in Shacharia Hervicea 8:21
p.m. Saturday 7:24 p.m. Sunday 7::'';
nan
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. C.i itor Maurice Mamches. 19
Friday fi p m Saturday s 30 a m
i Bel tn n: "The Ghetto Wall
,v The Weal i 11 Will Sun Inj
a m i '" m Sermtm: "The ibl-
ending ISxndua '
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferscn Ave Conservative Rabbi
David Rn.ib. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
!' day i iin i!:n N ':-' a in. Ser-
n .. .
'. ii n Sdl daj "" a in Si nil-1!
("US'* "f Freedom"
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
8 Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
K. n sh. C.intor David Conviser 21
r i .
11 Rational Seder Sal
u i.i. I- .' Family Wor-
ship.
BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
fcy 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22
CUBAN HEBHfw CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
OR OLOM (Tem*>ie> a/so S W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
Friday fi:4.'. pan Brief aervlce in
.- ii. Una > Satui 'i r> I : ., n
in. Bunda) 8:30 a.m., 6:36 nan.
TIFFRETH ISRAEL. 6510 N M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
14
[>i in a., \ a ill. S, i in.. The Mes-
w er (*' ,.u Day* Sun-
day a. m. Si rm< 'The Ai Haw
Paaao^ er for "Ui I >., a."
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative 15
in il:. \ 'i :: i. Ilowed b) annual Pareovi i Seder.

Z'ON (TEMPLF.I. 6000 Mille- Rd I
Conservative. Rabbi Norm.in U. Sha- '
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16 '
] day 6:30 p.m Saturday '' a '"
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION '
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Z'on Kirschnhaum. 35 !
Si lurday 8 am Sorroon "Uueati'
Vt.u Dnl Not Iiimii. Ilul Who I'ill
AKond Tour Si-ilia '* Sunday a.m !
Sermon: "An AnclcM Drama In a|
Modern Setting*'
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE), 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday" 8 am Service POr Th.- Pirsl
IWirn S..n. 6:30 pin S.rvi.a'. 7 p rn
Plr i Seder m Temple aUroom Bat-
; urday 9 h m (;30 n in.. 7 p.m. Second
.l.i- in Temple Ballroom. Bunda; I
1 a. ,. ir (Saturday anil Sun- 1
.i m Children's Set i
HfBRFW ACADEMV 2400 Pinetree i
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Cross. 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-H.IUI. 25-A
JACOB C. OUMEN COMMUNITV
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Mever Enael Pfl
1 7 a.m "l;n: Of The First Horn
i. p in Si n let s. Saturdi | 80 b tn.
Si i mo i: "The Sai rifirial l.ami. "
Sundai am Sei mou: "IaraelJ
phy Is Tin- Bible"
KNESETH ISRAEL, T415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rai.bi David Lehrlield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
Priday 7::i" .-. m Slytun For First
Born 8:16 pan. Saturday 8JS0 am.
6:20 p in Sund ly v:'." a.m 8J0 pan
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmlaa. "
Friday 5:30 p.m.. 9 p.m. Saturday
s?:io p.m Sermon: '"Passnver'N Mean-
ing Today." Sunday 8:80 a m Ser-
mon: "A Definition of PreeiTom"
CONGREGATION EYZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 82
Friday 6:80 p.m. Saturday 8:80 am
Sermon: "A Servant cm Q-d Is The
Truly Pree .Man." 6:^11 p.m. Count-
ing the Omer Sunday 8:80 am Ser-
mon: "The Seder A Torah Affair
111- A Social Affair"
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
t*DATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative. Rabbi Milton Schhnsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. S3
BETH TORAH NL 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Friday 5:46 p.m. p.m. 6:4S p.m
Congregational Community
Saturday 8 3i n m Shaohrll !:"" a in
Torah Reading, 10:30 a.in Sermon
"The An nf Knowing Ho To Aak.'
p.m. Sunday 8:30 a m Bhachrlt, h:.'I"
a.m. Torah Reading 10:30 a.m Sei
mon: "The Pour SonsFor Whom
shall We Be Concerned?" '..:" p.m.,
7ir. p.m.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jeck Lerner. 36
Priday 7 a m Siyum for firsi-l.. m
sons ii:"n p.m. Saturday 9 a in 10
:i iii Junior Congregation Services
.. 30 p m Sunday a m 10 a m
Junior Congregation Services,
P iu
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
R.ibhi Ralph f. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes.
Priday "> So p.m Saturdav 10-80 n m
Bai Mitxvah: Caryn Wolf, daughter
of In and Mi Robert IVoll I
p in. i !ongrega i lotial Sedi r
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 36
Priday 6:15 p.m. Saturday a m Ser-
ni'., "'rii,' Oreat Sabhatl p m
7 p m Sunday 9 .i m ]. m 7:05
n in
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush 39
Priday 8:80 pin isi Seder Saturday
9 a in 6:30 p in Sunday H .. m I 10
p in
Rabbi Berger
B> KABIil MAXWKIX BKRC.ER
Temple Z.amoru, Coral tinWe*
Passover eommemorates Israel's
liberation 3,200 years ago after
God brought a series of plagues
upon the Egypt-
turns thi-ough
Mose-i.
Surprisingly
enoilgh, the Bi-
ble tells as tli tt
the magicians of
E g y p t. w i t h
their secret ait.
produced exact-
ly the same re-
sults at first.
Isn't it strange
that this should
he revealed s i
openly and freely? Alter all if til'
i yptlans "chartumlm" could do
the same thing, it really wasn't
very much of a miracle, was it"
Hui the Torah emphasi/i< a
deeply imbedded lesson on truth
and understanding, sund that is
that anyone can bring plagues to
the w it doesn'1 cm re
quire an> rr igic The only ingredi-
ent-, ii takes is the combination of
cruelty, tyi mny and injustice.
fficulty lies not ir how in in-
the vvoi d with plaguos. b il
in how i cuii' the world ol tl
Why did I'h ir loh or -r his
io stop the pi; in
I; indei -I
.- to be able to dupli il
wh> could they not put an e I
tlu m once they appeared?
But this is exactly the point of
the whole story. It is easy to briiH
plagues into the world. Th.' i
art is in putting an end to them
and this art they did not havT,
Only when Pharaoh himself plead-
in! with Moses did they stop. He
thus recognized the fact that Moses
poSMSied the power to do so.
Not that Moses was a more e\.
pert magician: not that h. wai
mere skillful in the secret arts
Moses was not a magician al all
he was the mouthpiece of (k>d,
standing at the side of God; there-
fore, God also stood at his side.
The sages stress this ever
when they say that the Holy One
blessed be He "Hoyo Medaber
Mitoch Groitd bhel Moshe" I God
spoke through the threat of
Moses i.
Through tricks, magic and so
eery, all manner of plagues can
he duplicated, and there are many
"chartumlm" who duplicate I ei
in every age In every land, in ev-
en '':' '^l" bow to stop their
that's the gift we must ac
That's the lesson we must le n
fi om this Festl\ al "f Pes ich.
A' imi ins no malt a
ted will not cun
>1 .. U .1! [ IStel plan -.
' ire spaci in in
lai Iin -. inly wh : n i
ui.I nations leai n to spe ik
ol G l will the wi I
1 ind the lights >f
true redemption come to all i i
peoples of the earth.
CORAL GABIES
JUOEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Priday 5 pan Saturday :' a.m.,
6:30 p ni i !onsreeTa,t lona I S<
"MORA (TEr,PLEl U Zaro-ri Ava
Ccn5ervative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Natbrn Zolondfk. 41
Priday 7 a in Pidy an BT
Saturtl tn i. p.m ui
8: i". a n. i; p in
FT. LAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE'. 847 tl
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor
Edwards. Cantor Maurice N*u 4?
Saturda y 9 a in Sei men \
Pharuh!" Sunday 9 a mon: "A
New EJxodUa!"
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakli rid Part
Blvd. Reform:'Rabbi a.. ap.
rams. C-intor. Jerome Klem.ent. V
Priday '. ::" p.m. Pasaover Seder. Sat-
ui das 11 a in.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Car
Orthodox. Rabbi Inac Eve
Friday T::m a.m. Morning;
I 'Iw pin Service! followed I
Seder at the Social Hall. '
linn A\fiiue. Saturdav x:;iii i
Sermon "Paeaever Ami Tin
ipation An al i:.i m.
Sermon: "Tlie Btnucsle Por
dime In Our ^oih Century "
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VFN03AH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi" Mayer Abram-
owitz Cantor Nico Feldman 28
Priday 6:15 pm. Saturday f am. Bar-
ni. iir "Tli.. la-avi-n In Our Heart."
Sunday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Slavery
In our Hay"
N'ifl TAMID (TEM"'..E). 80th St. ana
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 2S
Friday ? a m. Slvum H.tbchorlm-tn
Ili.noi ui Tli, Map. Fire! llorn. 6:15
p.m. T p.m Community Sodor at
Plaza Mnl.-I Saturday :4:"> am S^r-
mon: "Lei My p. mile rii.'" fi:3n p.m.
Comniunily Bedduriin at I'lazn Hotel
Sundny *-4?> a m. Hermn-n: "pnur Sons
--Knur t4uea\lona!" b:io p.m.
OHEV SHALOM. <055 Bonlta Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man. SO
Priday 6:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
:in pin Sunday S:30 am., 0:80 p.m.
::..
rCabbinicat evisi&n
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>cfrap*it
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SKOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Av*
Conservative. Ranbl Morris A. bkop
Cantor Errest Schreiber 4S
Saturday Sabbath Paaao> i s. rvice
Sunday la a in
SWUM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREOATiON
9293 Harding Ave., Surf-.: Towr
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vin*
Fridiiy 6:1." p ni. Saturda] 8 n
P ill. Sunday !i a in.. 6:15 p in
H/ULAWAIF
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEf
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
I BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1S51 S 14 Av.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4
Friday 5:10 p m. 6:ir p.m. Cona;ri'Ka- ;
lliMiul Sedi-r (Kmpndd Hills Country
Club), aaturday 10:80 a n, p( .., 1
Family Service.
BETH SHALOM TrEMPLrv. 172t
Monroe "-fit Conservative Rabb
Morton jtlalavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. W 4?
Priday Scir, H.m :30 p.m Bader al
Diplomat,' Motel Saturday 9 a.m 7
P.m. Suahlay 9 a.m.
Shown above is B'nai B'rith's husband and wife team
Sadie Reiffen, who ;s now completing her second term as
president of the Lincoln Chapter B'nai B'rith Women, and
Mon Is Reiffen, who was installed recently as president of
Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591. the oldest on the Beach.
April II
April II
April It
Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Dr. Herbert M. BaiunsaTd, Temple Beth Am
Ch. 7, 10 a.m. Tlie Still Small Voice
Topic: "Jewish Symbols" t
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Temple Ner Tamid
Gut-st: Rabbi Avrom Drazin, Israelite Center
Ch. 4. 8..30 a.m. The First Estate
Topic: "What's Happening To Easter?"
Moderator: Rev. Luther Pierce
Guest: Father Demosthenes Mekras
Panel: Christian Clergymen
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative, Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Vnwdah Heilbraun f
Friday g:.l0 a.m. Siyum r.e.ihaiim
Servl.e fbcWrat Horn Males, fi p ,.
Seder in llabrr Kai p H,d|. | p m f;,.,..
vice In Iaiis Zinn Chapel. Saturday
R:30 am. 6 p.m. 2nd Seder. Halier KhitS
Hall: ii i.m/i Serviee in I^miIk Zinn
aiap.l. Suinlay B:30 am.. 6 p.m Ser-
vice In I-oulA-Zlnii Chanel
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 85th St
Conservatiye. Rabbi Elliot J. wino
orad. Cantor Abraham Koelar. 4a
Friday 6:30 p.m., 7 p.m Temple Publi.
Seder. Saturday 9 a.m., 7:3" am
Sunday 9 a.m.
MAMATf
Ma.1SAI.f i.EW,6H CENTER. 0101
N.W. Sth St.
Shmuel Rosenwasser of Metulla. Israel is greeted by his
daughter and friends upon his release. Kidnapped by terror-
ists on New Year's Eve. 1969, Rosenwasser's releaee was
obtained by Israel's Red Cross service. Magen David Adorn,
through the International Red Cross recently.


1
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Beth Torah Students Win
Essay-Art Contest Prizes
First prizes in the annual Essay-
\it Contest cosponsorcd bj the
Bureau Jewish Education and
the Greater Miami and Hollywood
Zionist Orpanizations. were award-
ed to two stud, nls of Both Torah
c onsregation's Harold Wolk Re- |
ligious School. atTordiiiK to an an-
nouncement mail" by school board
chairman Arthur I. Snydcr. Thry.
,\ ,i third boy who received fifth
prize in the essay division, were
presented with their awards dur-
ing Monday evening ceremonies at
;; th David Congregation.
i
Stewart, who gained top honors
in the essay division for his entry
on tl-' topic: "What My Jewish
KduCStion Has Done For Me," is
the son of Mr. ami Mrs. Irving1
Newman of North Miami Beach. I
;!( his been an outstanding Btu-
l-i in Beth Torah'S school, and
v ill be attending Camp Raman for
the si comi time this summer.
Da\id. th.' s< n of Mr. and Mrs.
Kmanuel Sponder of North Miami
Beach, was awarded the top prize
in the art division. His entry was
an ink drawing of an outstretched
hand enchained by the hammer
and sickle, which carrii s tin- star
oi David, depicting the Russian
Jews' ca'l for help in their fight
against Communist enslavement.
Winner of the fifth pri/e for
asays was Ronald, the son of Mi.
and .Mrs. Morris Schonewetter of
North Miami Beach. Students en-
rolled in all the religious schools
of the Greater Miami area are ell-
fribfe tor the annual contest, for
which a different theme is selected
aach year*.
Mrs. Morris Levin and Richard
Corseri are Stewart's instructors
at Beth Torah; David's teachers
aie Mis. [rving Scidel and Mrs.
Manuel Bergman.
Beth Am Offers A
Salute to Israel As
Foruni Series Ends
Celebration of Israel's "23rd an-
niversary of independence with a
musical salute to the Jewish state
May 0 will conclude Temple Belli
Dade County PTA Plans A Workshop
The second annual conference on
Children's Emotional Health, spon-
sored by the Dade County Council,
of Parent-Teacher Associations,
will be held ibis year at Christ
Lutheran Ch irch, 12800 NE 6th|
Aw., \o. Miami, from 9:18 to
1:30 p.m. Friday, April 23.
Among the speakers will lie Dr.]
Nicholas .1. Long, director of the I
Psychoeducational Institute it!
K.llcre-,1 Children's Center, Wash
Ington, D.C., and author of the
recent book "Conflict in the Class-
>i n."
I.oc;il authorities nppearing will
include Dr. James N. Sussex, head
of the Psychology Department ol
the Universitj oi Miami Schoo of
M' d cine; Dr. Thomas HiUiard, ;i
psychologist on the University of
Miami medical faculty who is Iso
attached lo "lie Model Cities pro-
.'-mi here, tpcaking on "Schools
;!: rtren," uhd l'i it Schbackcr, execu
..... ir of the Mental Health'
Ass icial i! I >(le County.
M II S. Kruse, family life
ducat ion chairman for the Dada
Countj Council as well as for the
Florida Congress of Parents arid
reach rs. '.- hairman of the day
in : u '.i h moderator of the cm-
ference. Mrs, William H. Le
Dade Co ml y PTA president
Hatry Peariman, chairman of
the board of Suwanee Paper,
Inc., and a winter resident here
seventh annual Forum i j for many years, was among
rles according to B.th Am presi- 44 new Founders honored by
denl Marlon I dell, i '
Mount Sinai Hospital recently
Third event in the series will be for ,neir contributions of S50.000
presented Thursday night April Qr mQre its Medical Center
l.i. ulvn Father Edward H. Flan-
ne y, one of the nation's foremost expansion prcqram.
Catholic clergymen, will speak ;it
an 8:30 p.m. program.
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The May 9 event will be a pres-
ent ition by Israeli singers and en-
ter! u-iers who will fly here from
New York to stage a special sa-
lut to the State of Israel, accord-
ing to forum committee chairman
( I, i aid Schwartz.
Father Flannery, who is consult-
ant to th. Vatican Secrearial for
Catholic-Jewish Relations, is the
author of the nest-selling book j
'The Anguish of the .lews.' B
I description of 23 centuries of anti-
| Semitism.
Dr. Herbert Maumgard. rabbi of ;
i Temple Beth Am for 15 years.
helped to coordinate the forum
ser ps which already has pre-
icnti I Black civil rights lead;".
Bayavd Rustin and Dr. Albert
Vorspan, social action director of
I the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and author of hu-
: ous books.
Reduced ; tickets for stu-
I, nts arc vail ible at the Temple
' Beth Am office, together with reg-'
- for the Father Flan-
> and Israeli enter! linment
..IS.
Student Chorus To
Present Program
Presenting the complete pro-
gram at the meeting of the Dade
County Council of Parent-Teacher
Associations Wednesday, April 2X.
a Norland High School, will tx
that school'-- student chorus, di-
rected by Mis- Ruth Hogsette.
A 9:30 a.m. hospitality hour will
precede the opening of the business
meeting where election of officers
will be held. Mrs. 11. O. Morris is
program chairman; Mrs. William
H. Lee is president of the country-
I wide PTA Council.
\bur Ihtle girl
is getting married.
At last.
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way, there are no two ways about who should handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
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Senior Citizens Install
j The Senior c Itizens Association
of Miami Beach "ill hold its an-
| nual installation in the Washing-
I ton Federal at 1334 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach, at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. April 20. under the chair-
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will serve as installing officer;
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Friday. April 9. 1971
UOJCA Approves N.Y. Mw Will Finance
rr ? t 3 Bloodmobiles For
'Silent Prayer' Bill Magen David Adorn
Presidents' Club Installs Its Slate ,
The Union of Orthodox Jewish
Convocations of Amofica Tias rec-
ommended that the bill passed by
the New York State legislature
permitting a brief period of silent
pray-T or meditation by public
school pupils at the beginning of
each school day be signed into
law.
An official communication sent
to Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller by
Joel Balsam, chairman of the
Communal Relations Commission
and Samuel Lawrence Brennglass,
chairman of the Committee on
Law and Legislation, states:
'The Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America is al all
times committed to safeguarding
the cherished doctrine of separa-
tion of Church and State. For this
reason, we have opposed in the
past and continue to oppose public
school sponsorship of prayer re-
citals, even when such prayers are
labelled non-sectarian.
"At the same time, we are
deeply dedicated to efforts to com-
bat the widespread moral decad-
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It's now the American Rod Mi-1
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chairman Samuel Reinhard an-'
lounced this week as the organi-
zation pushed a campaign for two
new bloodmobiles by the Cuban
Hebrew Congregation and the resi-
dents of Harbour House.
Mr. Reinhard said the 40-year-
old organization had adopted the
Sephardic spelling to coincide with
the name ol the official Red Cross
agency in Israel for which it raises
funds, the Magen David Adorn.
Rabbi Sol Landau, president of
the Dade County chapter, said
that the South Florida area has
undertaken the responsibility for
securing two of the six bloodmo-
biles requestd by the Magen David
Adorn to meet the serious blood
problems confronting Israel.
The Magen David Adorn oner- (
ates the only blood service in Is-
rael, serving government, munici-1
pal, private, Hadassah and Kupat
Holim hospitals and medical i
centers.
Headquarters for the American
Red Magen David for Israel are
located at the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami TV'ach.
Emanuel Mentz, arrangements
chairman, announces that the
President-; Club of Greater Miami
Beach was to hold its first Instal-
lation on Thursday at the Fon-
taineblor.u Hotel. The 6 p.m. cere-
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and the show to tno La Ronde
Room.
Mir.mi Beach Mayor Jay Der-
mer will be guest of honor and
installing officer.
O'ficers for 1971-72 include
Shepard W. DavLs. president; Irv.
ing Cyperi and Xate WeJnstock,
.;. presidents: Sol Sh r.
luvr: Sim Pasc>e. : i .
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tin. parliamentarian, and i s
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Glaser, Harry Greenwald, s im
Kline, Percy Lewis, Emanuel
Mont* and I o-'is S^l'er.
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Robinson Accepts Chairmanship
Of Federation Day At Westview
Samuel B. Robinson has ac- an announcement made by Joseph speaker .it the Builders and Allied
,i tlu chairmanship of the H Banter, general chairman for Trades Division Dinner being held
annual Podorat.oh. .Day. at West- he 1971. Combined Jewish Appeal- on behalf of the 1971. Combined
v ,. Country Club, according to Israel Emergency Fund campaign Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
in Greater Miami.
The event, scheduled for Thurs-
lay, April 22, and featuring gulf
ind I -..::. tournaments in the
ling, will culminate with a
ckl ill party, followed by dinner
; Major Gem ral Eliahu
Israel's Military \\\
v D. C, will be the
iker a1 the dinm r.
I' i] '. m >n for tin
in Col. : icob M. Arvi y md Rob-
ert Russol c. Porl
S
Ri I E. D i an
: cnchaii
M. Mill) r i b en
rm io the Golf Tour-
nt: Dr. Norman S, .1 fe
the Tennis Tourr i
. Attendance :h i r-
re S muel G. Ja nis in, David
P Catsman. Sidney J. Rudolph and
Herbert I- n.
U.S. Sen. Edward J. Gurney (R-
Fla.l will be the special guest
Fund campaign Thursday evening,
April 22, at the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors Hotel, Burton F.
Goldberg, chairman of the event.
has announced.
Saul J. Morgan, Stephen Muss
and Charles Rosenberg will be
honored at the dinner for their
outstanding contributions to the
Greater Miami community, to
world Jewry and the people of
Israel, it was announced.
Miami architect Kenneth Tivist-
er has announced that he will do-
nate the entire proceeds of his
three-week photopainting art ex-
hibit at the Mirell Gallery, 3421
Main Hwy., Coconut Grove, to the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1971 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. The show ends April 25.
SAMUtl 8. ROBINSON
SIN. EDWARD J. GURNEY
f~^assover ^jreetings
front the
ISRAEL HiSTRADIT COUNCIL
of
SOUTH FLORIDA
RABBI LEON KRONISH
Honorary Chairman
EDWARD TUMAROFF
Executive Director
Members of the "Federation Day at West-
view" committee pictured at a recent plan-
ning meeting are, from left to right, (seated)
Sidney Lefcourt, Robert Russell, Larry Por-
ter and Harry A. Levy; (standing) Herb Login,
Richard S. Wolfson, Sidney Rudolph, Sam
Jamison and Dr. Norman S. Jaffe.
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Friday, April 9, 1971
Golden's Candidacy Backed
By South Florida Council
Phe South Florida Council of
" nai B'rith Lodges has given its
overwhelming endorsement t<> Al-
i ed Golden'n candidacj for the po-
sition of tbjrd vice, presMenl of
itr ct No. 5, which Include* ill
East C tost SI iti a from Wash-
jr. ton, D C, to Florid
Mr. Golden, who was an active
!, Rder in B'n ii B'rith and other
community organizations i:> New
York for many years, has been
c quail} acti' i in Florida >r the
TV Stations Cancel Controversial Film The Passover'
in major cities
the film, decided thai it was in the
lo cancel the
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tVnnthiw-d From Page 4-A
At this time," stated Morton
Silberman, chairman of the Fed-
eration's Community Relations
:: imphn y in I
. used to thi Itc i n
11,. i oc re has to
he rd to be I leved.
BUT that is h\ no means
;., story. Sen. Hum-
hrey, ob> iousl] I two v
:ii lllj ob\ iOU '
c luse he fean d the mosl vo-
. i Democrats. Thes are the
ople sourly e l by la-
ir's veteran representative on
Capitol Hi!!. Andrew Biemiller,
s "the silk stocking liberals."
If Humphrey had voted the other
. i>. the silk stocking liberals
ould surely have b< en down on
. :m like a tn of bricks.
The archetype of these silk
stocking liberals, Prof. J. Ken-
th Gailbraith, has lately is-
sued a public pronunciamento,
ither in tho manner <>!' an En-
glish court circular, that he grac-
lusly Intends to spend some
time with George Meany. Pre-
rbly the idea is to close th
idening breach, but ii is i 10
,1 bel that Mi anj w
refuse lo si G ilbi aith, or ill
lell hi n lo go to hell in so many
Hi -
BY t:ii: SAME the
FL-CI< > com enl m in M
. m > week? igo, ill the l'
- ratii candi lat s except
ick* iuite I i
/hen they appe in .1 The trou-
lesome tesui 9 on th s occ ision
en national defens and for-
Ign policy. .iacks;,n atone was
. ted to address b ith the exe<
live council and the leaders ol
the political arm. COPE, and
ackson evoked great enthu-
ism.
AS TO TOE American JeW-
-!i community, a recent experi-
nee of this reporter's spoke vol-
umes. The argument was made. \
to an Israeli leader >i <"' ut-
tost eminence, that In vie* of
the Soviet presence in the Mid-
dle East "defensible frontiers''
vote much less Important to Is-
rael than an ironclad American
guarantee, which would give pro-
tection against the Soviets. The
newer was all hut snorted:
"What if youi Democratic
Party nominates X or Y? What
if he sets elor-t. ct'.' What use w 11
n American guarantee be
then?"
TIIK READER can fi'l in the
names of the leading Democrat-
ic candidates, win are mw
strong converts to the pollicy
1 national weakness so long nd-
ocated by the silk stocking lib-
rals. It was startling to hear,
considering that the Israelis have
so long regarded the Democratic
Part) as a kind of suburb of Tel
Aviv.
But the fact i-. thai Israel
now lives and enjoys her free-
dom, like every Other free coun-
try, by virtue of the American
strength and resolution. That
tact is increasingly perceived in
our Jewish community, except
monfi the radically chic. So
what Happens to the Democratic
army without its shock troops?
p .. | four years. He has scrvi I >n
th. ii ttion i Civil Rights and Euro-
mitti i of the
Anti-1 i ague, and M
treas !
; ... i Flori la
R uf AD1
Mr. Golden is also active
Fedet ition, serving on the
ters Bureau, the Commit!' e
i Col! Youth and Leisure
. seen tary of the Commun-
Itj Hillel Board, and president of
the University of Miami's Hillel
a.i\..s i > Board. Mr. Golden, a
past president ol Temple Menorah
M.n's Club, presently serves on its
i ard ol directors. He is a former
member of the District No. 1
Board ol Governors and is pros-
it h a member of the Board of
Governors ol District No. 5.
Mi. Golden, an executive of the
Riverside Memorial Chapels ol
>rved m the U.S. Army
ns a clinical psychologist. His
\> f. Lillian, is the incoming pres-
ident ol 'tie Mnmi Beach Council
ol B nai B'rith Women.
A special "Passover" program
that was scheduled to be aired on
WiTX-TV, Ch. 6, Monday evening.
was cancelled by the station's man-,
agement after a screening proved beat puttie Interest
that it would be displeasing to the) program.
Jewish viewers in the Greater
Miami area. The program, spon-
sored by a Chritian Evangelical
organization, included a simulated
J. ,-. ish sextet.
When information regarding
this program was brought to the
attention of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community
. ins Committee. Arthur S.
Roslchan. Federation's executive
ice president, arranged tor a
preview.
Dr. Walter Zand, executive di-
rector of the American Jewish
Committee. Southeast Region; and
representatives of the Rabbinical
sso rial a of Greater Miami, in-
cluding Rabbi Sil Landau, presi-
dent and Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
executive vice president, Mr. !'. i-
chi i and R ibbi Bai rj T ibachni-
Ace irdin | to t'n -ir report to th
unity !'.' lati in<
il the
m wj i completely Chris-
... .,, m ,1 .,, ... ,. |r
6 the trinity, the m it-
zoh and wine as the communion,
and t'l paschal sacrifice as th
sacrifice Of Jesus.
The Rabbinical Association pre-
pared statements to ho read by
the Ch. 0 staff at the opening and
e'osiiig of the program, explaining
that the show was not Jewish but
rather a missionary production.
but the management of Ch. 6, as Committee. "I want to take the
had almost all of the 13 stations [ opportunity to publicly acknowi.
which scheduled edge the good judgment and sin.
cere cooperation exhibited by
W( IX-TV and its Operation
Manager Burl Delgado, in help.
Ing res >ivo this m rter which n .,
Of keen interest lo the Jewish,
con munity of Gre iter Miami."
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Page 15-A
This Week In History...
|V.:irs AfB This Weak: 1931
ironeas Thcrcso James de
nschild, phil;inthro|)ist. widow
3,-u-on Jamca Edouard de Roths-
cousin of Baron Edmond d"
l-schild and mother of play-
i Henri de Rothschild, died
?aris at the age of 84.
I.udwic Hoffman, who had
i is hem In defense of Jewish honor,
.a the age of 00 in Budapest.
arist restrictions against Pol-
. gome dating back to 1K4.">.
lally cancelled after 12
. >< nctive protests.
Bight Arabs were exiled for a
year and fined S250 each and 11
others were fined S75 each for
shooting a Jewish watchman in
the leg.
Isaac Oimbel, chairman of the
department store chain died in
Port Chester. N.Y.. at 74; his
stores stayed open during his fu-
neral 01 his request.
Maurice Abrahams, composer
and husband of actress Belle Baker,
diid in New York at the age of 48.
JTA b gan a si ries '>; reports on
the plight of Polish Jews by spe-
cial correspondent Boris Smolar.
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Menorah Seders At The Fontainebleau
I (Mil -n^M SIMX eJy viim.i ni
Italy's highest court refused to
extradite Ludwig Zind, West Gor-
man teacher who fled to Italy to
escape a one-year sentence for de- j
daring that "not enough Jews
were gassed."
Heinrich Heimann, 58. former
ilitlerian officer awaiting trial in
Germany on charges of shooting
! "several thousand Jews and other
Civilian personnel" in Poland.!
I hanged himself in his cell.
'1'he Eichmann trial opened in :
ilem with defense attorney
Robert Servatius challenging Is-
raels right to decide guilt in Euro-
pean crimes. Prosecutor Gideon
Hausner, noting that the Security
Council had decided not to a*i<
rsrael to retu.rn Eichmann to
Argentina, stated: "At this mo-
ment, no one but the State of Is-
rael wishes to try Eichmann. It
Is ii i the people who will try
Eichmann here but many who are
not hero, including millions of neu-
will sit in judgment upon
him." As for a U.N. tribunal, he
-"iid. "Does anyone consider this a
practical suggestion in view of the
cold war?"
Karl Chmlelewski, former com-
madant of Mauthausen's Gusen
sub-camp, was sentenced in Ger-
many to life imprisonment for
nearly 303 murders, many by out-
door Ice-water hosing of "naked
prisoners.
The Security Council called on
both Israel and Jordan to comply
with the 1949 armistice, in effect
condemning Israel for rehearsing
a scheduled 13th anniversary pa-
rade. Israel moved the parade
out of view of Jordan-held Old
Jerusalem.
The Fontainebleau Hotel will be
the setting for the two traditional
Sexier seivices under the auspices
of Tom pie Menorah Friday and
Saturday evening.
Rabbf Mayer Ahramowity and
Cantor Nico Feldman, assisted by
the Temple Menorah Choir, will
conduct the holiday programs to
bo held in the hotel's Grand Ball-
room.
Tables for 10 with white napery
and candles, will each hold all the
traditional ritual foods and wine.
The entire meal will be kosher,
Before Friday evening's Seder.
services will ho conducted by Can-
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stalling at <> p.m.
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imi, Florida Friday, April 9. 1971
Section B
Rabbi Prinz 'Misquoted'
By Look Magazine
SEW YORK (JTA) An
artidi on "The Agonized Amov-
JewS" in the new issue of
Look magazine has been scored
terribly distorted" by Dr.
:n Prinz, 69, past presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Congress, who is extensively
quoted in it.
"They misquote me terribly,"
Dr. Prinz told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, adding that on
the basis of previous experience
with Look he assumed he would
sec the text of the article be-
fore publication. The three-page
piece, by senior editor Gerald
Astir-, appears in the maga-
zine's April 20 issue.
Dr. Prinz said that the printed
version of his remarks about
the Jewish Defense League was
"milder than I meant.'* Look
quotes him as saying: The Jew-
ish Defense League is something
Fiend would have described as
psycbopatnology. It is sick, lu-
dicrously ineffective, trying to
imitate a philosophy of violence
that is not only inimical to Jews
but utterly alien. It grew out of
a sick reaction to the black rev-
olution. The slogan of the JDL.
'Never Again,' is based on the
assumption that if the Jews had
done something about Hitler,
six million wouldn't have died.
The assumption is entirely false.
What Jews did learn from Aus-
chwitz is that the home of Bee-
thoven and Bach could kill with
impunity."
Rabbi Prinz endorsed the sec-
tion of the article quoting his
condemnation of American Jew-
ry, however, taken from the text
of a speech in which he said: "In
terms of Jewish culture, Amer-
ican Jewry is a disaster area.
It has not attracted anybody of
intellectual stature. The most
mediocre people lead. The most
illiterate Jewry in the world is
in the U.S.A. Our kids know
about Martin Luther King's let-
ter from a Birmingham jail but
not about Jeremiah's letter from
jail in Jerusalem. I'm quite des-
perate about American Jewry."
Astor reported that Rabbi
Prinz warned that American
Jews must not be forced to place
their stamp of approval on ev-
ery action by Israel and told him
that American Jewry "mast ac-
knowledge the independence and
integrity of American Jewry."
Rabbi Prinz was quoted as say-
ing: "Because we are close to
Israel, we must not be forced
to accept even,- move as pru-
dent or acceptable. Israel must
not become the manager of
American Jewry, but only of
its own affairs." Dr. Prinz, who
is recuperating from an opera-
tion, told the JTA he would send
a formal letter of complaint to
Look.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernstein, recipients of the State of
Israel Shalom Award at the Beth Raphael-Forte Towers
Israel Dinner of State, Sunday night, posed with His Excel-
lency Samuel Dror, (left) head of Israel's Defense Mission
in the United States, who was the principal speaker, and
Dr. David Raab, (right) spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Raphael.
News Briefs
Polish Kmigres Arrive In Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA i Little more than 4,000 Jews remain in
PolarJ, most of them aged and living off meager pensions, according
to a group of Jewish immigrants who arrived here from Poland
Sunday. They were the first group of emigres from that country
in many months although the Warsaw authorities began issuing
visas en masse to Jews nearly two years ago. Polish Jews num-
bered more than 30.000 in 1968 when a wave of official "anti-Zion-
ism" spread over the country in the wake of student unrest and
thousands of Jews were purged from their iobs. Jews have emi-
grated mainly to nearby Sweden and Denmark, where they found
hospitality and favorable conditions. Relatively few came to Israel.
Arafat, Habash eloin Forces
TEL AVIV (JTA i According to reports from Beirut, El
Fatah leader Yassir Arafal has given orders for an all-out campaign
to topple the Hussein regime and establish Jordan as the main base
for guerrilla activities against Israel. Arafat, who is reportedly in
Syria, was said to have joined forces with Dr. George Habash. the
Marxist leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine,
one of the most extreme of the Arab terrorist groups, which was
responsible for a rash ol aerial hijackings last September. Arafat
was said to have linked up with Habash in order to suppress hus
rivals for power within El Fatah ranks. El Fatah was badly mauled
in the Jordanian civil war last September and Its ranks were deci-
mated bv mass desertions.
"the time of
the singing of the birds
Suggestions Sought
NEW YORK (JTA1 As another major league baseball sea-
son opens, the office of Commissioner Bowie Kuhn has indicated
a willingness to accept suggestions on how to avoid Ptayng world
Series games on Yom Kippur without loss of income to NBC -iv.
Joe Reicbler. public relations director of the office, declared. We
have reviewed this from time to time over the years and giverill
serious consideration, but no way has been found to get around the
financial factor." Reichler. a former sportswriter who is Jewisn
"and very proud of it." pointed out that a nighttime Series game
tentatively scheduled for this season not on Yom Kippur wui
cost the network $500,000 in prime-time revenues. Rubbing out a
weekend game is even more difficult, he noted, because the television
audience then is far greater and "the ratings are important. Co, -
flicts with the Day ol Atonement will recur m 1973 and MTOU
the practice of starting the World Series on Saturdays Is continued.
JIHL, Illaeks March Together
HIGHTSTOWN. N.J. (JTA. Sixteen persons,including
eight members of the Jewish Defense League and four "**
the Ku Klux Klan. were arrested Sunday during a JDL rallj
protest a recent series of cross-burnings here. The 250 JDL demon-
strator, were from Trenton, New York and Philadelphia. The Klans-
.....n were also mainly out-of-towners; the PUce chief hero saia
there are iess than half a dozen of them In *^ J**
black youngsters joined the anti-KKK protest. .Hh,s,ou and
the surrounding area has some 500 i wish families, according to
Orthodox Rabbi Joseph Weiss of Temple Beth ED.
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Friday, April 9, 1971
For Some Soviet Jews It Is
"Slavery In Freedom"
By MVRJtAY ZUCKOKF
JTA Xwm Editor
Newspapers are filled with stor-
es these days about those Soviet
.|eiM who are emigrating to Israel
r to other countries of their
choice ;ind those Jews who are im-
prisoned cither in the mire of bur-
aucratic red tape or in the jails
; nd labor camps for darinu to de-
mand "Freedom Now." Their re-
lusal to renounce their Jewishness
nd their courage in the face of
. nmity ;ind juridical savagery of
their oppressors is one of epochal
-roism.
But what of those Russian Jews
v.ho defend the Soviet Union, re-
vile Zionism, repudiate Judaism
nd besmirch Israel? What manner
.11' persons are these Jews for whom
: ppression is freedom atid freedom
1 ppoars as oppression? What are
! ley like?
Part of the answer is provided
in a pamphlet, "Soviet Jews Re-
.'Ct Zionist 'Protection,' issued
by the Novosti Press Agency in
Moscow and released last month
in the United States. The 30-page
l-amphlet is a transcript of a round-
" ible conference of Soviet Jews
'arranged," as th" introduction to
English-language translation puts
it. by Novosti, the Writers' Union
f the U.S.S.R., and the editorial
'oarrt of the Yiddish-language pub-
1 cation Sovictish Heimland.
The introduction states, "The
lathering was chaired by Hero of
ihe Soviet Union Heniich Hofman,
ivho is also a member of the Wri-
ters' Union of the U.S.S.R." The
i.iscussion took place Feb. 5. some
ihree weeks prior to the world
conference on Soviet Jewry in
prussels.
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l The pamphlet is worth reading,
even studying, not for what the
; participants say the robotized.
] monotonous diatribes are repeated
! time and again but for what
I they do not say. And what they
i tail to say, in the context of this
l conference, becomes a key to the
I bizarre thought process of these
\ socially schizophrenic Soviet Jews.
Hofman, who assailed "uncurbed
; Zionist displays of violent anti-So-
viet feeling engineered both in
Israel ami in the U.S.A.." intro-
duce*! the poet Aron Vergolis, who
bj editor-in-chief of Sovietish Heim-
land, saying: "He has just come
back from a trip to Western Eur-
ope where he saw for himself the
outrages perpetrated by the Zion-
ists and their accomplices."
V'ergelis. repeating the trigger
phrase supplied by Hofman, said
he witnessed "the Zionist out-
rages which were i>erpctrated un-
der the pretext of 'protecting' So-
viet Jews." What were these "out-
rages?" Vergolis provides not a
single clue.
fsaak Mints described by Hofman
if the organizers and sponsors of
ihe Brussels assembly were to be
brought lace to face with the lib-
erated inmates of Auschwitz, the
survivors of the Nazi inferno!
would treat them in much the
same way as they would treat the
fascists.'' says Novakovsky.
Mikhail Goldstein, described by
Human as "a driver from Muka
chevo who. falling for Zionist
propaganda, emigrated to Israel.
but returned after being disap-
pointed in the charms of the Zion-
ist paradise." Goldstein describee!
how he worked "like a galley
slave" in the blazing heat (near
the Jordanian border) for 16-18
boUTS a day. After piling one hor-
ror story on top of another in re-
counting his alleged sojourn in
Israel, he said he was allowed to
return "thanks to the Soviet peo-
ple. "In Israel, which is led by out-
right Zionists and chauvinists, I
experienced nothing but bitter dis-
appointment, tears of despair, and
a feeling of inferiority," he re-
called.
Alexei Kishkin, another alleged]
returnee from Israel, also de-
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and Mr. Fine is chairman of the board of Republic Mortgage
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as "commissar of the Red Cossack I s^'.i,H,(l his work experience there.'
cavalry corps" during the Civil
War (1918), reminded his rapt au-
dience thai the October Revolution
was fought for the freedom of "all
the Soviet people. Besides," he said,
"We saved the nations of the
world from fascist bondage." The i
TS-year-old "academician^ also ex- umer ^P cm^>c' M he *
pressed a feeling of "deepest dis- described, added: "I have hem
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"We had many overseers watch*
ing us on the job," he said. "Just
as in the Nazi ghetto," said Hof-
man. "It was worse than in the
ghetto," he replied. Expanding on
his woes, this "Lithuanian con-
ence on Soviet Jewry to convene
there.
Israel."
Dmitri Novakovsky. who asks
to "say a few words" is intro-
duced as "an assistant director of I
a research institute in litrli tin_;
equipment who was among the
first to enter Auschwitz with the'
liberation forces." "I am sure that
The "arranged" conference par-
ticipants drone I on and on. One
Rlva Vishchinikina, "from the Jew-
ish autonomous region chair-
i man of the Valdgeim village So-
viet," said: "We have socialism
ind 'here (in Israel) thev have-.
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Feminine Revolution
Underway In America
WASHINGTON A feminine]
"in is underway in (he
. ,| States, according to Mrs.
M. RITA HAUStK
Rita E. Hausor, U.S representa-
tive >' *'l>o United Nations Com-
mission on Human Rights.
She was r.fcning not to street
demonstrations, but to "the grow-
inc view of American women of
.ill walks of life and all ages, that
women air entitled to equal pay,
equal consideration for employ-
mi rtt .iv.l job promotion, equal ed-
ueational opportunities, and. above
all. equal participation in the cen-
| i. .f [Kwer of American life."
Mi s Haitser said.
B'nal RYhh Women for Its "aup-
|K)ii and commitment to the con-
cepts o! human freedom and dig-
nity." said the organization '
mt as a pivotal force among the
lllWWBnffeekiiHfljwfr.1
ful means to oppose oppression
the human aspira-
tions of all peoples."
Sp akin before 700 B'nal B'rith
Worn, n di l< sates from the United
States, Canada, Israel, South
Ami rica and Europe, meeting in
'"' ention early this year in Wash-
ington, Mis. Hauser also com-
mented on the remarkable effect
ilia' world interest and concern
had on the recent trial in Lenin-
grad of Jews who were attempting
to iieo th.' country without per-
mission, which in the U.S.S.R. is
punishable as treason. It was the
expression of world opinion, Mrs.
Hauser declared, that caused the
Soviets to commute the death sen-
tences.
Pelegates to the convention
elected officers and set policy for
B'nai B'rith Women, a Jewish
women's service organization with
140 Ofir. members, for the coming
three-year period.
NCJW Division's
Passover Brunch
National Council of Jewish
Women, Shores Division, will hold
its monthly meeting on Wednes-
day. The 10 a.m. gathering at
Corky's Restaurant, will include a
Passover brunch. '
tured in the program will
be tei nqger David Abramowitz,
o.i of Rabbi Mayer Ahramowitz.
who will accompany himself on
the guitar and discuss "The Plight
of the Jews in Soviet Russia."
Mrs. L. Iserson
reservations.
is in charge of
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
BOB HOUGH
Camp Judaea Adds New
Swimming Facilities
At a recent groundbreaking
ceremony attended by members of
the Camp Committee and other
invited guests, the first phase of a
master plan for the expansion of
facilities at Camp Judaea was ini-
tiated.
Scheduled to be completed by
June 1 is a new Olympic-size
swimming pool facility to be put
to use for the first time by first-
session campers when the camp,
located at Hendersonville, N.C.,
opens June 24.
NEXT MAYOR OF
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The Nixon Administration is
keenly aware of the inequities
women still face," Mrs. Hauser de-
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crimination, and support of bills,
to give husbands and children of j
Federally employed women the:
same death and other benefits that
widows of Federally employed men
now get, "thereby recognizing that
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ing and that the wife is not just
earning pin money."
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optimistic note on the prospects
for less sex discrimination In busi-
ness and industry, predicted action
would be taken soon on federal
funding of child day care centers.
She warned, though, that "women
may have to delineate the details
>r the problems and demonstrate
"lore concerned interest before
change will fully come about."
The UN. leader, who praised
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Friday. April 9, 1971
Mount Sinai
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At
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From left to right are new Founders Mrs. Leonard Friedland.
Mrs. Irving Cowan, Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg and
Mrs. Louis Block.
Holding their Founders' plaques are Mrs. Louis Stein, (left)
Mrs. Alirea Hurwitz and Dr. and Mrs. Jack Greenberg.
Plaques are displayed by Mount Sinai
Founders (left to right) Dr. Harold Rand, Mrs.
Joe Darsky, Harry Pearlman, Nicholas Mor-
ley, Mrs. Jay Levine and Max Low.
New Mount Sinai Founders group also in-
cluded (from left) Jacque Scheps, Mayer
Frankel, James Cohen, Wallace Levin and
Benne Gittleman.
Morris Lansburgh, (left) Mrs. Howard Kane,
Joseph Hoffman. Jerrold Goodman Mrs. Max
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Over 100 guests attended the
surprise party for Belle Saffer on
Thursday evening. April 1', in-the
Rendezvous Room of the David
William Hotel. All long-time
friends, many of the well-wishers
have seen the Saffer family
through other birthday parties.
Bar Mltzvahs and even the 25th
wedding anniversary of Belle and
Harry Saffer.
On this occ sion. Bell TO <
beautiful, was wheedeled into don-
on, of her favorite frocks, a
she had brought from H >n K in
and ihen further enticed into the
party room by hi r eight gran I
children h i ished to "show her
something importanl Belle was
Indeed m ii t-eyi I as the little
in( s m; n ippy Birthday"
ihe took in th< crowd of happy
friends.
Membi rs of the immediate fam-
ily included Bernle and Lillian
Saffer with their three, Laurence,
Mark nvj Allan: Carolyn and Bill
Barker accompanied by young]
Mauri and Gail; and Russ, Jlmmie
and Tommy with parents Verne
and I.vine Freeland.
News of great portent to Flor-
ence Kupperman is that she is a
great-aunt for the first time via
new-born Todd Adam, son of Mr.
. ind Mrs. Peter Gersten of New
| York City. Proud daddy is an as-
sist int District Attorney in Brook
lyn. N.Y.
Florence and Morris Friedman
are back in their Terrace Towers
apartment for the holidays. In
the past few wei ks they spent
time in New York with their grand-
children Jamie and David. Children
>f Ellen md Mark Friedman who
have nisi moved to arty Westport,
N.Y. Then the senior Friedman*
joined some 11.00(1 eonent ion. rs
in I-as Vegas for a few .lays of
fun and games, from which they
emerged unscathed, they happily
report.
What does a former dancing
teacher from New York City do
when she moves to Florid
settles in one of our fashioi
highri-ses? She Immediately
hies residents of the apartment
house as well as friends and ar-
ranges for ballroom dai
classes.
And that's exact|j v
Pond has don.' at B; \ V/
\ i ry Wednesday
group gathers and
- f the (" i-Ch:. the
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urbane L irry Lond
seen professionally at tl
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Am ithful I
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Kulick, Ruth F
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Esther and Bill Weiss
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and four grandchildren who
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Is an artist as well as a dani
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It was birthday party tin
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the 30 guests was Goldie B
grandmother of Linda and Layne,
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riday, April 9. 1971
*Jenisti Tier Mian
Page 5-B
,'utional Parents' Magazine Honors Go to Local BBYO
For the fourth consecutive year,
B'nal B'rith Youth Organiza-
i(,n of Miami has been honored
bv Parents Magazine for outstand-
ing services to the community dur-
Jng 1968-TO.
EighJ BBYO. groups, out of a
total of l.VCO BBYO chapters in
[North America, won the award
this year. AH eight are under the
I supen ision of Girt Bossak, Flor-
|da Region director. Two are Tarn-
pi groups; the other six winning
groups are in Miami.
Judge Milton A. Friedman. Cir-
cuit Judge of the Eleventh Judic-
ial Circuit of Florida, presented
the official citations to top-ranking
officers of the winning groups dur-
ing .. remonies held recently in
li ambers.
Miami BBYO groups which won
BBG-Ta -I >n, AZA-Zion BBC-
Hillel, BBG-Tri-Shana, BBG-'Noi
: ,!''.. So ith Florid i BBYO
Cou i the c lordlnating body for
local chapters.
.;.. I''... dman, who tectn -
ntlj i Miami cr> ii
ct of drugs, \;
: iw, advise 1 his > iung
: to tell their friends thai
it's nplj stupid in becom? In-
i I with drugs. "Aside from
: i i on 's self h I
tin a iiiminal, the
pusher, in commiting a crime;
pushers and those hooked on drugs
are responsible for increased rob-
bery, vandalism and violence. It's
stupid to be a party to violation of
the law,"
Outstanding activities which
merited the awards included South
Florida's BBYO Council's distribu-
tion of 5(100 units of printed ma-
terial all over Miami and Holly-
wood to alen merchants to "Em-
ploy the Handicapped." This proj-
ect was s|>oiisored by the Dade
Countv Employ the Handicapped
organization.
BBG-Taelon was recognized for
I its on-going project with the ill
, and emotionally slow children of
j lackson Memorial Hospital; AZA-
Zion helped the Jaycees paint the
Haven School and distributed and
Collected canisters for Leukemia;
BBG-Hillel entertained the resi-
dents in the Snapper Creek Con-
valescent Home: BBG-Tri-Shana
leveloped a Performing Arts Is-
raeli dance group which danced
.'i over the city to liven up the
lives .if lonely people. They par-
ticipated in Operation Stork, a
ii flafects project; BBG-'Nai
"Rith colli cted for the Heart Fund
bake < -< and donated
ill their entries to Haven School.
l hi s also contributed new basket
-M ,*.-1;---.-.. i,i to *11. school and
donated good clothing to the mi-
grant farmers.
Chapter advisors, all volunteers,
are Mrs. Lawrence Sugar. Dennis
Baron, Mrs. Marc Mozlin, Mrs.
Sam Goldman, Mrs. Stephen Mor-
ris, Jerry IjTp,-Tampa. Miss Susan
Davis. Tampa, and Mrs. Girt Bos-
sak. Florida Region director, with
offices in Miami.
1971-72 Slate Elected By North Shore Auxiliary 677
The ladies of North Shore Aux-
iliary No. 677, Jewish War Vet-
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of officers at a recent meeting.

Scheduled to assume the leader-
ship of the group are Ethel Gold-
man, prnsiifcwa.i.Pearl KasstoH and
Ada Warshawsky, vice presidents;
Ann Schwartz, treasurer; Milli-
cent Whitman, financial secretary;
Sara Young, recording secretar
Rae Hammerman, correspoi I ng
secretary; Maril/n Simpson, chap-
lain; Elizabeth Sugar. patriotic .
structress; Ida Handler, hlsto
Betty Grayson. cor duct ress; Ros-
lyn Wittenberg, guard, and Libbie
Cohen, Evelyn LeVine and Lillian
Schoen, trustees.
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Distinguished B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion alumnus Judge Miiton A. Friedman, left,
presents Parent's Magazine awards to BBYO
leaders Jody Corenblum, Shelley Zucker,
BBYO Council president, and Marcie Gelb
for outstanding service to Miami community .
Mark IVidman, president oi AZA-Zion, and
Girl Bossak, BBYO director, are at right.


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Friday, April 5. 1971
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Activities among volunteers of
local auxiliaries of the Jewish
Waj Veterans during tin* coming
week at the Veterans Hospital in-
clude servicing S the portable
telephone by Julia Berger and
Frieda Levine of Norman Bruor
Brawn l*t on Saturday; Stella
and So! Upton of Murray Solomon
848, on Monday; and Mrs. Minnie
Eloppen, hospital chairman and her
commit lor ot Miami Beach 330 on
Sunday, Justine Abramowitz De-
partment president, lias announced.
Weal Miami 228 has slated a
board meeting for Thursday eve-
ning, April 15, at the home of
Shirley Achtman.
North Shore ~* auxiliary vol-
unteers Joli Ratner, Sarah Young
and Julia Lindsay will service the
telecart at the Veterans Hospital.
on Tuesday. Lillian Schoen will be
in charge of the patient's library.
On Wednesday, Mrs. Ethel Gold-,
man. president, will conduct a j
regular meeting at Washington
Federal, 12th St. and Washington
Ave.
Hlaleah-Mlami s rings (il will
serve a Passover breakfast at Its
9:30 r.m. meeting Sunday, at '
Temple Tifereth Jacob. Hialeah.
Newly-installed president. Mrs.
Pepi Haensjel, will conduct the
business meiting.
The 8:15 p.m. Wednesday busi-
ness meeting of Hurry H. Cohen
728. to be held at the Surfside Com-1
munity Center, will be in charge of
newly Installed president, Mrs.
Rose Lisansky.
Frieda Cohen, Harry H. Cohen
728 hospital chairman, and her j
committee, will service the tele-
cart at the Veterans Hospital on
Thursday, April 15.
JWV National Ladies Auxiliary To Honor
Creator of TV's "Sesame Street' Program
.i,,:,, Gam Cooney, found
president of the Childn n's '
Workshop, and creator or
Sesame Street." will be honor**
Saturday, April 24. by the National
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewteh
War Veterans at a testimonial
luncheon in New York City.
Mrs. Cooney, who will re<.....e
the organization's coveted "Woman
of the Year" award for her out-
standing contributions in the field
of creative education, reports thai
the Children's Television Workshop
has demonstrated conclusively thai
television has the potential to reach
and teach virtually every preschool
child in the country; that television
can provide him with the construc-
tive entertainment and intellectual
stimulation he critically needs to
ng up with a sense of
accomplishment, pride and dignity,
at the test! n
4+nvheon WiH Be'the rmtinroil p**m
, the National Ladles Auxil-
iary, Miss Frances Forman of Fi
River. Mass.: the presentation wil!
i madi by the "Woman of thi
Year" award chairman, past na-
tional president, Mrs. Daisee l
Haberm in of Sarasota, Kla.
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Shepard Broad, chairman of the board of American Savings
& Loan Association of Miami Beach, which is acting as tem-
porary depository for books collected in the drive to collect
hard cover and paperback books as well as specialized
magazines for the Brandeis University Library, accepts the
first books donated from Mrs. Anna Miller, (left) chairman.
Miss Jeanette May, financial secretary, and Mrs. Robert
Grossman, cochairman of the National Women's Committee
"New Books for Old" project.
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Brandeis Li. Drive
American Savings and Loan As-
sociation hi .Miami Beach, is serv-
ing as a temporary depository for
books being collected in a recently
Inaugurated drive, it has been an-
nounced.
The "New Books for Old" proj-
ect <>f the National Women's Com-
mittee of Brandeis University is a
campaign to collect old books
hard cover, paperback and spe-
cialized magazines which will
later bo sold to raise funds for
the purchase of in w hooks for the
Brandeis University Library.
The committee will arrange to
pick up books contributed to this
project uix>n request. Mrs. Anna
Miller, chairman, her cochairman,
Mrs. Robert Grossman, and Miss
Jcanotto May, financial secretary,
recently delivered the first books
donated to the Brandeis Univer-
sity drive to Shepard Broad, the
financial institution's hoard chair-
man.
Women's League Meets
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter.
Women's League for Israel, Inc..
will meet in the 100 Lincoln Rd.
Club Room at 12:.'50 p.m. Tuesday,
according to an announcement
made by Rose Hochstim, presidium
president.
ELECT
JOHN E, BASSETT
NOR?H MIAMI MAYOR
Former Member of T/ie Jewish National Fond Committee
tar OPEN DOOR POLICY
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JOIN THE BASSETT TEAM
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*He will keep his promise as mayor to return the tity
to the people ond process.
r.. .1 r,,. .,. ,.
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A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
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Phone 688-8615
Passover Greetings To All...
Mr. and Mrs. David ISunberg and Family
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Friday, April 9, 1971
/;
MRS. DENNIS SINGER
ita Friedman
llene Zeiger And
Victor Nunberg
Exchange Vows
Dene Joyce Zeiger exchanged
vows with Victor L. Nunberg on
S tturday, April 3. On their return
from a honeymoon trip to the
Island;, the newlyweds will live
i in South Florida.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Zeiger, !iK.~>
Fairway Dr., and Mr. and Mrs.
David Nunberg, 1200 14th St..
Miami Beach.
The new Mrs. Nunberg is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach Senior FEgh
1 and attended Florida Atlantic
I University. In June she will en-
i roll at the University of Miami as
| an element iry education major.
The bridegroom, an alumnus of
i Miami Beach Senior High School.
is now an accounting major at the
. University of Miami.
MRS. VICTOR L. NUNBERG
A nd Dennis Singer
United in Marriage
When Miss Anita Friedman ex-
c! u ted marriage vows with Den-
Singer Sunday, April 4. at the
Al is Hotel, R*bbi Max Shapiro
ofl ited at t!ie 7:32 p.m. cere-
re iny.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
F ; n in, 9030 SW 46th Ter.. the
bride is a graduate of Southwest
School and attended Miami-
'e Junior Collcg \
The h :dr mm is fh" son of
Mrs. Paulini Sing r I695 SW 18th j
H' ;- of Miami
II h ar 1 attend) 1 the University
o' Mi imi.
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Miami Hadassah Groups
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The 19 groups In the Muni
Cbapti r of Hadassan are rounding
out tlu Hadassah year with their
final programs this month.
The young married women of
the newly-formed Ally** will hold a cocktail party at Wel-
lington Manor, 10X01 N. Kendall
Dr.. Saturday. April 24. Their last
regular monthly meeting is sched-
uled Wednesday, April 28.
Joseph Yanich will be the Ruest
speaker when the Aviva Group
meets Monday at 10 a.m. In the
home of Barbara Hainian. 3860
SW 116th St.
Thc> dial Group will meet at the
Washington Federal. 699 NE
167th St., at 8:30 p.m. Monday.
Kal)l>i Stanley Riltgler will be the
guest speaker.
Highlighting the 12:30 mi.
Monday meeting Of the Albert Kin-
stein Group will be a musical pro-
gram presented by the members.
Molly Lewis will be the etust
speaker at Monday's 12:30 p.m.
meeting of the Inaa Group in the
Jade Winds Auditorium.
Rabbi Jonah K. ('apian will pre-
sent a musical program before the
Kittlimah Group meeting in the
Sky Lake Gardens Recreation
Center Monday.
The "Swinging Sisters of
will entertain the Mayim Group
in the Point East French Room
on Monday.
A monthly meeting will be held
by Menornh Group in the Coral
Gables Women's Club Monday at
11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Manuel Burstcin of the Zi-
onist Federation of America will
! speak to the Migdol Group M"ii-
day noon.
The Mt. Scopus Group will hold
a noon meeting in Temple Zaniora
Monday. Program will inclu a
tribute to past presidents.
Life members will lw h f
al the liuinuh Group's meeti ii
Monday.
An original skit calle! "My
Mother Was a Donor Chaii
will be presented by the Eleanor
Hoosexoit droop Monday n
the Mar-I.cn Gardens Audi!
KolliiiK Green Group Will hold
its last meeting of the season at
12:30 p.m. Tuesday. April 27.
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+Jewish ft rtW&n
Page 9 B
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Installs
NCJW's Officers At Convention
L.I..
Mrs. Karl Marvin of Woorlmorc,
i..l N.Y.. was elected national
, lent of the National Council
of Jewish Women at its 29th Men-
convention held recently :
in
ma
Detroit.
Mrs. Marvin, who has boon a
nati '":il vice president of the
NCJW for the past four years,
previously held offices in her New
York ction and region.
\ graduate of Barnard College.
M Marvin is a mombo:- of the
National Urban Coalition Advisory I
C mittee, treasurer of Women'
in Community Service and mem-!
hii of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies. She was installed
at a formal banquet last week.
Where 700 delegates, representing
100.300 members, were in atten-:
dar.ee.
lyard Rustin. executive dl-l
n tor Ol the A. Philip Randolph
In-titute, was the featured spe ik-
er. Mrs. Charles Hymes of Min
m polis, Minn., presented Mr. Rus
1 with the NCJW fourth annual '
John F. Kennedy Award, a spec-'
i.illy designed menorah which com-
memqrates the festival of freedom.
Serving with Mrs. Marvin for
ie coming year will bo vice presi-
dents: Mrs. Joel Dolkart, Mrs
Aaron Farr, Mrs. Betty S. Fleis-
Chaker, Mrs. Jerry Landa. and Mrs.
Roll, it K. Rosenwald; Mrs. Mau-
rice Peiser. recording secretary;
Mrs. Morris Goldman, assistant
recording secretary; Mrs. Ira Y.
Copen, treasurer, and Mrs. Mel-
rill Stich, assistant treasurer. The
new |y elected officers were In-
i by Mrs. Stanley Myers of
Mi >.ni Beach.
< iuest speaker at the opening
Bes-sion was Ambassador Sol Lino-
v tz, chairman of the National Ur-
ban Coalition. A reception honor-
ing retiring president Mrs. Leon?
a I Weiner followed the evening's
i ogram.
The following day a luncheon
[vas addressed by Yakov Aviad,
Israel's Deputy Consul General in
I r.'ew York. A filmed message from
Hie Hon. Golda Moir, Prime Min-
ster, State of Israel, was shown
Dr. Abraham Minkowich. Profes
s>r of Education and Psychology.
Hebrew University gave the
, NCJW Research Center progress
.'port. At the evening session,
Rabbi Irving Goldberg of Yeshiva
[University related Biblical Hebrew
to Modern Hebrew and Contem-
porary Jewish life.
Tuesday afternoon's session fea-
tured Dr. Mary Calderone, one of
America's staunchest fighters for
sex education in schools, liberal
birth control laws and abortion
regulations. Mary Dublin Keyser-
ling. consultant economist for-
merly with the Women's Bureau of
the U.S. Department of Labor
spoke on "Windows on Day Care"
Tuesday evening.
The national convention meet-
ing came out strongly "in favor of
the immediate withdrawal of U.S.
troops from Southeast Asia," ac-
( >rding to Mrs. Norman Cohan,
president of NCJW's Greater Mi-
ami Section. "This marks the first
time the Council has come up with
truly specific resolution on for-
eign policy," she said. The con-
vention also selected 'peace and
i Specialties
Seafood a la Basque
Filet Madrilena
what women's organizations can
do to help win it,'' as a top pri-
ority item.
In other action, the 500 dele-
gates approved resolutions sup-
porting the principles of child
are, national health insurance, pro-
portionate penalties for possession
of and sale of drugs, and universal
free lunches for BChool children.
Mrs. irving L. Wexler, the Great-
er Miami Section's immediate past
president, was elected to the na-
tional hoard, and Mrs. Aaron Farr
was re-elected a national vice
president.
The next convention, planned
for 197,1, will be held in Miami.
Why Settle for less -
National board members of the National Council of Jewish
Women representing the Greater Miami Section at the
NCJW convention included Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, Mrs.
Aaron Farr, vice president; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, honor-
ary vice president; and Mrs. Irving Wexler.
Mrs, Stanley C. Myers (left) honorary vice president, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women, installing newly-elected
president Mrs. Earl Marvin.
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Temple Judea's first dinner-dance on behalf of the 1971
Ccmbined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign, was held at the King's Bay Country Club recently
under the chairmanship of Norman J. Kasser, (second from
right) who is shown presenting Congressman Claude Pepper,
the guest speaker for the event, with a silver-engraved Bible.
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spiritual leader of Temple Judea,
is at left, and Richard I. Horwich, cochairman of the event,
at right.________________________________
Hadassah Croups Plan Programs
Road," will Ix1 shown.
fJen #'*# fk>rdHftr>
B.RW. Chapters
Hold Workshop
On Sunday, 33 H'nai B'rlth
Women ehaptera participated In
the second annual combined lead-
ership workshop hold at the Caril-
lon Hold.
The all-day training session was
headed by Mis. Arthur Horwitz,
vice- president >*BW District 5, who
served as workshop coordinator.
In charge of reservations were
Mrs. Sidney Ritter. Mrs. Arnold
Braun and' Mrs. Philip Wolmer.
Mrs. David LeVine, president,
Browatd-N'orth Council BBVV, han-
dled the publicity, Mrs. Robert
KUinport acted as workshop treas-
urer, and Mrs. Ronald Jay was
communications coordinator.
Oceanography To Be Subject
The Dade Youn* Republican
Club i'i hear a talk on "Ocean
inhv in the Ml imi Area bj
toftheNa Won.
Friday. April 9, 1971
tional > : '
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; Admi Th i ORra
'; i I |
i-1
I
3*S3F }
rWAMMA
butterfe*
Forte Towers (iroup of Hadas-
sah will hoi.i a regular monthly
n eting on Monday, at 1 p.m., in
i uditorium of 1200 Wesl Aw.
Bldg. The tilm, "The Upward
Ro>ul Maei abees group will have
Insl illation .il officers at 7 p.m. at
Miami Beach Federal. 755 Wash-
ington Ave. Installing officer wi
Games Party For
CARIH Chapter
Gift of Life Chapter, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and 1
Hospital, has scheduled a meeting i
for Tuesday evening in the Ken-
dall Branch o( Dade Federal
On Saturday, April 17. the group
will hold its annual games party
at the Seacoast Towers North. 5225
Collins Ave. Gifts will include 8
BY PUCCINI (In Italian)
Dade County
Auditorium
WEDNESDAY
April 21,1971
8.15 P.M.
Miami Beach
Auditorium
SATURDAY
April 24,19?
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Wometco Theatres
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FOR YOUNGER CHILDREN. I
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of Mi imi Beach Chapter.
Haber is president.
11 iniiah Seneseh group will hold
nk luncheon Mon
' >. April 19, at noon In the Ca lil-
lac Mote
SOUCJ Hotel, dinner and show at
Harry's American Bar, and gifl
certificates
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FridaMApii! 9. 1971
* hvnisti ffarfidtfatl
Paq? 11-B
Ira
JWitzvah
[\ moskowitz
I ence, son of Mr. and
ri;- Moskowitz ot Miami
fill celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah at AKudath
! Israel Hebrew
i Institute Satur-
Ira, an eighth
grade student at
Nautilus Junior
High School, is
receiving his re-
ligious training
at the religious
school conduct-
ed by Agudath
Israel Hebrew
skowitz
Institute.
isover Kiddush will be held
latelj after the services in
the Bar Mitzvah.
Makes Kids Tick?'
Ii.it Makes Kids Tick?" will
title of a talk by Thelma
Richard) Altshulcr at a
le isi ael Sisterhood luncheon
edncsday, noon. April 21, at
I mple. Professor of applied
J.ilogy it Miami-Dade Junior
:, Mrs. Altshuler is the au-
jf a textbook used at the
college entitled "Choices."
Intucky Colonels
ike The Lead Over
iw Floridian Team
By MARK A. POPKIN
Sport*
[The Kentucky Colonels led by
uper-star center Dan Issel. have
jiken a 2-0 lead over the New
floridians in their best four out
If seven game set for the right
lo be in Eastern division finals in
Lie American Basketball Associa-
lotion playoffs.
' The- Colonels won the first game
llti to W'l over the Floridians as
the Colonel bench won the gam*-. \
iBehad by 4 points, Issel fouled
lout with S minutes left in the
game. Behind his replacement Lea
J Bit: Game I Hunter, a former
f Floridian. the Colonels rallied to
i" it the Floridians.
Ki ntucky won despite a great
effort by Floridian forward War-
ren Davis, who scored L'4 |>oints,
hod 19 relnmnds and 8 assists.
In the 2nd game, the Floridians
had a chance but blew it. With
funvard Ron Franz healthy again.
they kept it close, but in the 3rd
quarter behind .1-point field goals
bj guards Louie Dampier and Dar-
el Carrier, the team opened up a
13-point lead.
The highlight of the game was
the defensive job done on Florid-
ian All-Star guard Larry Jones by
the Kentucky guards. In the game.
Mack Calvin, with a good shooting
night, had 39 points. The Colonels
were led by super-rookie Dan Issel
i with 2<\ points before he fouled out.
Rabbi David Raab, (left) of Temple Beth Raphael, and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman (3id from left) of Temple Emanu-El, receive
Official Israeli Mint Coin Sets for 1971 from Stephen H.
Corner (righl) president of the Camer Bank of Miami Beach,
and Robert Lang, senior vice president. The Camer Bank
of Miami Beach, largest distributor of Israeli coins in the
United States and the only official distributor in Dade County,
is presently offering the Israeli Mint Sets for sale.
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* A/#> nwidRar
Friday, April 9. I9r
a
Mrs. Ruth Dayan: A
Remarkable Woman
By YITTA HAI.BKKSTAM
One's fears or feelings of nerv-
ousness are Immediately dispelled
by Ruth Dayan. wife of Israel's
most famous war hero, a simple.
unassuming woman in a fashion-
able black midi. her long blonde
hair pulled back in a pony-tail. A
gracious hostess, she greeted this
importer with an enthusiastic
"shalom," and waved me towards
the coffee pot and couch.
Scarcely had we begun our talk
when we were interrupted by the
Insistent ringing of the telephone.
Apologizing for the interruption.
she reached for it; during our
brief interview, this occurred sev-
eral times.
She leaned back on the couch in
a relay.-d manner as she ani-
matedly described Maskit. the Is-
raeli handicrafts company she
founded in 1954. which was first
established as a government en-
terprise to promote the arts and
crafts of Israel's immigrants.
Mis. Dayan was in the United
staiis to make last-minute prep-
arations for Maskit's fashion show
in New York for a select gather-
ing of buyers from leading depart
tm nt stores. Maskit's specialty
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Gcrisiein were ipients of the
oi Israel Sh-.-!r n lh Coas ..: Towers 'Night in
lsiael" on beha!: cf Istae! Bunds recently. At light is Ber-
nard Friedman, chairman oi Ihs event.
Israel's iormer Premier David Ben-Gurion sent a message of
thanks to Miami's Jewish community for its consistent sup-
per t of the State of Israel through Henry Kramarz of 7921
SW 144th St., (tight) who visited him last month. Mr. Kra-
marz, national photographer for the Jewish War Veterans of
the U.S.A., also conveyed the Israel leader's best wishes
for a happy Passover.
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she noted, is h:md\voven fabrics
ami embroidered cloth, but hand-
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bulk of its production. "Maskit's
iroducts can be found in homes
throughout Israel and the entire
vvoi Id." she declared with pride.
Mrs. Dayan called to her secre-
tary in Hebiew. and the secretary
brought out three beautiful sam-
ples of Maskit products from a
closet two long black dresses sel
oil by exquisite lace embroidery
si itched around collar and bodice,
and a stunning embroidered skirt.
Asked whether a Women's Lib-
eration Movement exists in Israel,
she dismissed the possibility with
an impatient wave of the hand.
declaring. "The only thing that
would liberate a woman would be
if she was born a man. B
she said, "women are responsible
for bringing future enerations
Into existence, therefore i wom-
an's role is really more important
than a man's.
:-. a> li women ich as I
Veil." she dei lari ti, are exo p-
tions. Then an only a f< w women
Knessi t. This is I
!ii li's ar< opi to w m ore i I was
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designer gets more than he." She
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"I don't like demonstrations,
and besides, th.se women have
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hatically. "I don't understand
why they should deliberately try
to make themselves look ugly -
there is nothing wrong with :<:>-
Dealing feminine. It's pure non-
s In Mi's. Dayan's estimation, fc.
rael is catching up with the West.
ern countries in terms of mota
c'imate. She blamed the phenon*
nal increase in the drug problem
during the |>ast few years largd
on the foreign students in !
universities, noting that I
never had those problems befan
"A lot of thimjs have Intensifl
during the past few years." u-g
: her somewhat mysterious concluc
im; statement.
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T
Friday. April 9. 1971
-Jewisti fhridfirnr
Page 13-B
I

Passover Menu
By RUTH SIKKIS
Passover is a beautiful holiday! Its origin is in ancient times
and yet so. contemporary. "Freedom' w its- main theme, and
the cry of "let my people go" Is as applicable today as it was
then. We remember our brothers who are not free, by putting an
empty chair at our Seder table. We also celebrate on Passover.
'.ife and hope. We neve:- forget to express our ho|x? for being
"next year in Jerusalem." and seeing that beautiful Holy City
built! Ami then, there is Spring! Passover is always perfumed by
th' sweet smell of spring blossoms.
Passovi r is also a family holiday, In an age of loneliness and
.-.'...-nation, what could be mor- heartwarming than a family sit-
together at the Sed i i ible. Not jus) the immediate family
but the extended 01 Ifather conducts the Seder, and grand-
children ask the Ki shi four questions) each and eve yone
h ls his pi ice, and then s p'.i for frii nds and i
i also for str :. i rs who are ifortun ite not i i ha\ i
own. But em to b enough, i> -
i- lui the si i ;> ler we open the door and in-
the hungrj in need to co m and join us.
I S l< that j in the mi ol 11 ho il
- i ful table wit ind fruit, il ive
plate read) with a piece ol roasted meal (chicken
lamb>, n i eens, bitter herb and haroseth. Have three
-.-. tzohs, wrapped sepi rately and put near the Seder plate. Have
hard boiled eggs for all the guests, and salted water. Don') for-
get to prepare the wim '"i each guest. Put a Haggadah before
every guest so ;ach c.m participate in the ceremonies.
When preparing t'.n menu, try to make it easy on yourself.
Do tilings in advance, enlist help of husband and kids, and try
to have a good rest before the Seder. A smiling ami relaxed hos-
tess Is .. big asset to the traditional dishes, together with fresh
fruit .nul vegetable dishes. Some dishes can !* prepared a day
, the Seder '. chicken soup, airy kneidlach,
- .i d celery, and m i i. The "'hers (green salad, fresh
c impoti. po( ito kugel and stuffed chickenl will taste better
. ,i me the same d lj We wish you and the family a happy
< hieken Soup Chopped !.i\<-r
\irv Kneidlach Sweet and Sour Celery
Stuffed Chicken with Potato Kugel
Glazed Be.-ts Green Salad
Fresh Fruit Compote Macaroons with Black Coffee
( HOPPED LIVER
1 teaspoon salt
j teaspoon pepper
2 hard boiled
'.- pound chicken liver
2 onions, large
ablespoons oil
or chicken fat
Broil chicken livers under hot broiler about seven minutes
a side. There should be no trace of blood, ("hop onions and
brown in oil or chicken fat. They should be golden brown; don't
A them to get too brown, because they will turn bitter. Grind
the livers, onions and eggs In a meat grinder. Add salt and
pepper. (If you want a very smooth texture use your blender,
or grind twice in the meat grinder if you like a course texture
where the eggs, onions and liver are identifiable chop with
a knife r.n a breadboard). To serve, arrange nicely on a green
,, tti.ee leaf, or fill half of a tomato which has been scooped out.
CHICKEN soil'
1 three-pound chicken
12 cups water
1 tablespoon salt
1 large onion, peeled
'_' large carrots, peeled
'2 stalk celery, peeled and
cleaned well
10 parsley sprigs
Clean and cut the chicken into four parts. Put in a big soup
pot together with all the vegetables and water. Add salt, and
bring to a boil: reduce heat, and cook on low heat for about 2 4
hours When the chicken is tender, strain the soup into a clean
dish so you will have a dear soup. (The cooked chicken can be
served at a meal the day after the Seder, hot or cold). At the
Seder, serve the soup hot. accompanied with kneidlach.
AIKY KNEIDLACH
, rcs 'j cup chicken soup
i cup matzoh meal tablespoons chicken fat
teaspoon salt teaspoon dehydrated onion
Mix all ingredients well. Chill in refrigerator for two ho .rs.
During thai tune the mixture will set and become managatole
after- liquids are absorbedl.
Brin>- a big i>ot of salted wab r to a boll. Moisten your hands
with water and make small balls, one inch in diameter Drop
into the boiling water and cook for about thirty minutes Drain.
Serve in very hot sou,.. You may rehoal the kneidlach in the so ip
if you prepare both ahead of time.
STUFFED CHICKEN
Chicken
1 five-pound chicken
2 tablespoons oil
or chicken fat
1 medium onion, slici d
i carrot
1 teaspoon salt
3 teaspoon paprika
I >a-h pel per
1 clo\ earlic
s cup chicken soup
Stuffing
2 tablespoons fried onions
1 cup matzoh mi al
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
I, aspoon pepi w
l tablespoon chicken fat or
parve margai Ire
1 i
i cup chicken soup

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you inciease the quantities by oi
stun the chicken and truss. th chicken in th<
in a large skillet or dutch oven. Also brown the slici d onion.
Pour ofl some ol the fat. Put the browned chicken in a large pot
or leave it in the dutch oven. Sprinkle with the seasoning, add
d carrot, garlic and chicken soup. Cover and bring to a boll.
Ri luce heat, simmer for two hours, checking occasionally to
See if it is simmering and if there are enough liquids.
2 pounds potatoes
1 medium onion
1 big carrot
\ cup matzoh meal
POTATO KUGEL
l tsp. salt
'4 tsp. pepper
3 this, oil oi chicken fat
Pee! the vegetables, cut Into small pieces and grind In a
grinder (You can also grate- them, but then you don't have
to CUt them in small pieces'. Add to the mound or grated VI g-
es the eggs, matzoh meal, will peppi r, and fat M x well.
m i well-greased 9 \ 5 x 2 baking dish, 'd, ninety
minutes at 330 legrees F. The kug I is done when it is nicely
i row ne I and its edges look crisp, if you prepare this dish -
hours in advance, kei p il in a verj slow oven.
SWEET AND soil! < l-.I.KHY
2 Isn. su
i p. | cjOV(
2 (bis. salad oil
the stalks diagonally int i i me-
Prepar. the I Voucan use t.....ledium chick,
2 bunches of celery
ps water
2 tsp. salt
Juice of two lemons
(lean the celery ;fid CUI
Inch pieces.
Drop the celery into boiling water, cook for ten minutes.
(The celery should be leader, and yet hold its shape and some
ol its crispness i.
Combine the salt, sugar, lemon juice, salad oil and garlic;
stii or shake well. Pour the dressing over drained celery; toss,
and leave in the marinade till serving time. You maj serve it
hot or cold.
GLAZED BEETS
2 pounds small beets 1 tsp. salt
', cup parve margarine '- cup lemon juice
1 tbls. [Kitato starch 1 3 cup sugar
Peel beets and cook until tender, about :<0 minutes: drain.
(Save the liquid you can use some of it for preparing borsht).
Slice tin be ets.
Combine potato starch, sugar and salt In a saucepan, add a
half cup of the beet liquids and stir well. Heat and stir until mix-
ture thickens: add margarine and lemon juice. Add the sliced
beets and reheat, stirring till the beets arc covered with the
sauce.
MACAROONS
. egg whites 1 cup sug ir
1 package shredded coconut l this, lemon juice
<7 oz.)
rPre-Tieat over to 400 degrees F. Remove eggs from the re
frigerator an horn, before using the whites will be easier to
beat I.
In n clean bow! beat thi egg whites until they start to bed
their shape; add sugar, two tablespoons at a tim beating two
minuter after each addition. When all the sugar is incorporated,
heat another five minutes, until sugar is completely diss Ivcd
A Id the coconut by sprinkling it on the top of the mi ringue, then
ng gently into it. Repeat until all the coconut is muted with
liiy meringue. Line a cookie sheet with plain brown paper. With
spoon or pastry bag. form little mounds on the lined cookie sheet.
i;.ike 10-11' minutes, until the macaroons are ivory color. Remove
hem the oven and cool. Separate them gently from the paper
with a spatula; cool on a rick. s, they will also dry from
underneath.
FRESH FRUIT COMPOTE
Ki pineapple ': strawberries
>. water, ,elon "-' oral;;
i ,. grap :up sugar
( ,. grapes ind strawberries; cut watermelon and pinc-
appli Into small chunks, discarding the seeds. Peel one or
cu Into small chunks. Combine all th*e fruit in oi i
bowl Sprinkle with sugar and add juice'1from the trange Stir
gentlj and cool for two hou Ijq rui glass goblets.


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vJewlrti mhrSdHttr
Friday, April 9,
1971
For Some Soviet Jews It Is
"Slavery In Freedom"
( cntiii'.n-ti from "2-B
the jungle la v ol caprl illsm. TheA
i1t have Zionist fascism."
i | G?n. David Dragun&ky
stated le was in Uru-
guay last December he i ld ;i
meeting <>f workers: "God grant
t .ii \ s all o\ er ihr world a lif'1
;i< gi od b they have in the Soviet;
Union. I think nil Soviet Jews
shaie this \ lew." All?
There is no real need to answei
thes Btat m< nts, tht se m mtal gj
rations and verbal gymnastics.
They fall of their own violation
But what is most striking about
all the statements is the crash of
silence about their own Joy as
Jews in the Soviet Union. What
emerges from this conference is
the stark, bleak picture of men
and women who are not merely
opponents ol" Israel and Zionism
hut who express anguish at being
Jews.
i
The statements are filled with1
venom and hatred. Rut against '
What? In the last analysis, against |
their own JewiShness. There is not
even a hint that these partici-
pants are Jewish except for theii
names and Hofm.m's identifica-
tion of them. These same diatribes I
could just as well have been is
sued by non-Jewish Russians.
What emerges, therefore, is a
grotesque vilification of Jewish-;
ness vis-a-vis an attack on Zionisir
and Israel, and the pathos of per-
sons whose Jewishness is self-de- j
nied. They are one step from lx--
ing 'mishumadim."
It is easy to write off those who
said they were "duped" by Zion-
ism as suffering from guilt feel
ings for having "betrayed" theii !
"father!,iii 1 by going if. indeed.
they (1 :<* to Israel anil now ex-j
piating their guilt feelings by "con- j
fessing." It is equally easy to dis-
miss the others as willing tools in
th ha-v- of i!i-' Kremlin in return
for relative, albeit elusive, free-
dom. Rut thus too easy.
Perhaps part of the answer Is-
that despite their efforts to affirm j
that Russia doesn't have any "Jew-1
ish quetir>n." there is a glimmering |
ol awareness thai tens of thou-
sands ot their brothers and sisters.
i>r, ve d lily that it does. Perhaps
part i th answer, too, is that de- \
spite their efforts to blend' TOfbl
he status-quo of Soviet society,
they are alw iys trotted oul as
showcase Jews. And part of the
insw r may also be that these
Jews are fearful thai once their
labors in the vineyards of others
are no longer required, they will
be tossed on the Bcrapheap by the
very forces they now defend
In the final analysis, these are
the tragic Jews serving oul a life-
long sent' nee of imprisonment in
their own minas where they are
both the jailed and the jailer.
These are the Jews who are SO
oppressed that they no lotlgei
recognize their oppression. Theirs
is the oppression of ultimate as-
similation: tool Identification with
the op] nd B burning hatred
of those ,\hi dare defy and dial-
.on.
It is the tragedy of the margi-
ns 1 Jew who has become a lackey-
in the hop.1 of averting total OStraC
ism. it i- the ostracized Jew ho-
ping to remain, at least marginal:
needed i1' net nee.--.snry. Thes an
the Jews who rationalize what Ac-
ha i Hanoi termed slavery in
freedom," a condition he defined as
"- iritual slavery under the veil of
outwa.u freedom,
The tragedy is that those Jews
arc shackled by whal Erich Fromm
has called, in another connection,
"chains ol illusion." And the
greatest traseoy is that the chains
are forged by these Jews them-
selves,
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SI 9. 1971
Council Of
fo Women
Hew Slate
"ouncll of B'nai
,. which is comprised
lapters Gilbert
Coral Gables, Annr
ma Lazaros, Miami,
gpvelt and Shalom -
In in] installation cere-
Miami Town Hall
L [I-ienxel, an active
Jewish community
I as vice president I
i association and i
l.lh Jacob's Sister- '
|;c. senior vice prusi- ]
li War Veterans Au\ i
i'.I president of the j
Association, was I
hi r second term as <
Iti'.' organization. She j
|rtificates of appnria- j
outstanding officers \
In nl 1970. in recogni- j
lupport they had given
Iples of li'nai B'rith.
llenis taking the oath
hcltided Mrs. Daniel
raising: Mrs. Arnold
Irship, and Mrs. Dora
ImlxTship. Other offi-
td were Mrs. Harry
[responding secretary,
Barson, recording
Mrs. Ethel Lackey,
Mrs. Max Hodcs, his-
Mrs. Robert Gross,
the newly elected
the board was Mrs.
lit/, vice president of
5.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOrtlDAIN PnOBATE
NO 79?89 A
NOTICE OF INTENTION
1 U i.i.,mi APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
I" RE: Kstate of
RONALD PAUL DRE8NER
I '. reased.
notiotc- mt hereby given unit we
have hi,.i the i-'innl Report and Petl-
ili.n f.,r Distribution and Final I>is-
charve as Co-Administrators, of the
estate "i HnXAIji PAl I. DKESNER,
uveeased add that on the i;ih day "f
May. 1971, will apply to the Honor-
able County Jndgee of r>a Florida, for itpiirovnl of said Final
Report and for distribution and final
diaehargH as Co-Administrator*, of the
estate of the ahtrrr named decedent.
This 30 day of Mnreh. W7I.
A I.YIN ( HAN IN
SYLVIA ASH DRESNER
MICHAEL IIKTKI.MAX. ESQ.
USB Hlseayne Blvd.
I Miami. Florida
and
| MK'HAKl. (JKTKI MAN. T8Q.
' ISC B.B, Jnd Btreel
j Miami. Florida
I Co-Counsel
4/9-16-23-30
ECAL NOTICE
CIVIL COURT OF
|r.D, II* AND FOH
-OUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-3825
UF PUBLICATION
STEIN,
U'l IHS,
KE JACOBS
i lie ttoad,
ay, New York.
HE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I'inpl.uiii nas been tued
?u ....'! thai you are re-
. Answer or other
Eri>t' tin Clerk of this Court,
upy on MALCOLM
M \ N. .... S.lv First Street.
i m.i. Attorney for the
;u or before the i"tli day
;i. or a default shall be
talnst you,
k.NU i HUIERED ai .Miami.
li, 7th da) of April 1871.
K Mi CRACKE.N
the Civil Court i
i unty, 'lorida
|> .1 \\ Kl 'I iEUS
Deputy Clerk
uui i Seal)
1 9-11
NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
p .1. desiring i engage
under the fictitious name
ITATE PfBLISriERS al Bl c
Bi Miami, l**la. Intend to
i Mam.- with the Clerk "f
i Courl ..f Dade County,
BUT I, BERNHEIMER
I'A IIERNHEJ.MEB
II.KMI.HII
for llii idieimers
BiKler St.. -Miami. Fla.
4 9-16-23-30
:E BY PUBLICATION
JIRCUIT COURT OF THE
(ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LORIDA IN AND FOR
BADE COUNTY.
XNCERY, NO. 71-6282
FOR DIVORCE
iKMn;/..
N.\ MELENDEZ a.'l; a
pA AUQU8TO,
fli.MINA MF.I.KNI'i:/,
IUMINA AUGUBTO
Irslly St.
Tk, New Vork
ILEKMINA MELENDEZ
LLERMINA AUQC8TO.
notified that a Bill of
Divorce has been filed
land you are required to
>f your Answer or Plead-
&ill of Complaint on the
orney, ROMEO J, S1IKP-
[121 City National Bank
W. Flagler, Miami
Y1 and file the original
Pleading in the office of
[the Circuit Court on or
Itli day of May. 1971. If
In so, judgment by de-
taken against you for
fm:i tided In the Bill of
shall ho pulilisheil once
four ronsoi|tlve weeks
|S1I 1-T.r.RinTAN.
|1> ORDERED al Miami
1st day uf April A D.
|\tiiki: man-. Clerk.
I' idi County Florida
P i'iPl-1 AND
mutv Clerk
s\.,i,
IEPARD, ,n:
fnal Hank BldR.
ti
Plaintiff
4 '9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.6468
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RUSSEI.L HENRY OORDON,
Plaintiff,
Plivi.i.is ANN OORDON.
Defendant
TO: 1MIV 1.1.IS ANN OORIX IN
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
You, Pin 1.1.is ANN UORDON. are
hereby notified that a Bill Of Com-
plaint for Divorce has bee.i filed
against you, and you are required
la serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney. PAl'L KWIT-
NBY, 42" Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach,
Florida and file the original .Answer
..r Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
12th day of May, 1971. If you fail to
'I" so, iudumi at by default will be
taken agmlnsl you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four ronsecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.' IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this r.th day of April A.D.
1971
K. H. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Imde County. Florida
By: 1. BNEEDEN
I Nsputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAI'L KWITNEY
1 42" Lincoln Road
Mi:.mi Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4 9-16-33-30
Jewish ncrktian
Funeral Services
Held Monday For
Jules Pearlman
Services for Jules Pearlman, 76.
prominent Miami realtor and past
president of the American Society
of Appraisers were held Monday in
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Mr. Pearlman died Friday at Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital after a
brief illness.
A past president of Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami and a mem-
bet of A.'ianza Interamericana. a
cultural oruanization for the ad-
vancement of friendship in the
Americas, Mr, Pearlman was born
in Key West and came to Miami
Beach in 1919. He lived at 1026
Venetian Way.
Mr. Pearlman was a founder of
the South Florida Chapter of the
American Society of Appraisers
and in 1967 served as its president, j
He studied engineering at Geor-'
gia Tech and the University of I
Miami, and since 1935 had been j
the owner and operator of Jules
Realty and Appraisal Co.. located)
In the Seybold Building.
-Survivors include his daughter.
Mrs. F. H. Kauders. of Miami
; Shores; a son Jules Jr. of San Jose.
; Calif.: a sister, Sophie Relman, of
' Miami; a brother, Joseph, of Key
i West, and .seven grandchildren.
UGAL NOTICE
Page 15-B
bituafe
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-6510
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JESUS BBNTMANAT,
Plaintiff,
MIRTA PERDOMO SENTMANAT,
I lefellll.Ult.
TO MIItTA PEKDOMO
SENTMANAT
Street ISO, No. 41".
. .id floor)
Maria no
i i 'ub .
You, MIKTA PERDOMO SENT-
,: \y. ttre hi rebj i otlflctl that a
Bill ("omplalnl i"i Divorce has been
filed aguii yu, i ml you are re-
iiuired i" i-ei a i opy of your An-
Ph g to the Bill Com-
i.lainl on Ihi Pla i I ff attorn; y,
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN, 8781
S \V ^.li Street, Suite ""'. .Minn'.
i ida :4 and file the original
, r or Plead ag im >' "'' "'
the t'lerh nl tin Cin ull Courl on or
bi fore the l"ih day nl Ma). 1971. If
you fall I" do bo, Ju Igmi n! b> lie -
fault "ill !" inken againsl you for
Mir relief demanded In the Bill "f
aint.
noi.....h ill i" published once
each week for four ronsecutlve weeks
In THK JEM ISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 6th day ol April A.D.
1971
K H l.KATHKUMAN. Clerk.
Circull Court, l>ade County, Florida
By: R. M KISSEH
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
3711? S.W. Rlh Street. Suite l"'1
.Miami. Florida J8184
Attorney for PlalnUfl ( ,,_.,_,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairing to engage In
liu.-iness under the flctitlOUl name of
PROFESSIONAL KI/KillS & MAIN-
TENANCE SERVICE nt 2316 N.W.
;i!nh Terrace, .Miami. Florida Intend
I., register aald name with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida,
UBOROE W. WILLIAMSON
ROYAIi FLOWERS
PAT'L KWITNBY
Attorney for applicants
430 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
4 9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HUKBuy GIVEN that
that the undersigned, desiring to n-
gag>e in business under the fictitious
name of TROPIC* AIR CONDITION-
ING al 3000 N.W. 77lti Court, .Miami,
Florida, intends to resister said name
with the Clark "f the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
APPLIANCE MASTERS, INC .
a Florida Corporation
MAX A, GOLDFAHU
Attorney for Appliance Masters, Inc ,
,i Florida Corporation
4 14 Biscay ne lluildiny
19 \*. -i Flagler Streel
Miami, Florida
4 9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CVIL ACTION
No. 71-6500
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JULIAN MILLO
Plaintiff,
ASUNCION MILLO,
Defendant.
Tt i A8UNCII N Mll.l.o
259 North Union Avenue
LOTAngeles. California 90026
Y.ni ASt'NCION MH.l" are here-
by notified that a BUI of Complain
f,',r Divorce has been Hied against
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or I'leadinu- to
the Bill of Complaint on the I ain-
tiff-s attorney. MARVIN ROSS
FRIEDMAN 3737 S.W. Mh Btreet,
PMlte IM. Miami, Florida 33134 and
file the original Answer or PI"lading rn
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
court on or before the 12th das of
May. 1971. if you fall to do so. juag-
in.nl by default will be take., against
you for the relief demanded in the
iiill of Comolalnl .... ,
'his notice shall be published once
..ph week for lour consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIA.N.
'"DOVE AND ORDERED a! Miami,
pinrida, this 6th -h.v of April A I >
''''' K B BATHBRM IN CI;
Circull Court. Dade Countv.lFlorida
By: C P COPE! v\i'
1 ..lv Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal) ,
pntFTVM \\ \vi. i IP ON
:i7::7 S W 'h Street, Suite KM
Miami Fin |8|84
Attorneys fer Plalntlfl
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIKCUIT COURT Oi= THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-6594
SUIT FOH DIVORCE
BEVERLY T. MARCUS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MORLBY I. MARCUS,
l >ef* ndanl
TO; MORLEY I. MARCUS
c o Donald Marcus
228 EJasI "C Street
Port Hueneme, California
You Ml IRLBY L> MARCU8 are
hereby notified that a Bill of Coin-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy Of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the PUUntlffa Attorney. 8HERWIN
8TAUBBR, l-'Si.i. Suite No. :u-:::."
Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 12th
iluv of May. 1971. If you fail to do so.
Judmn.nt by default will be l.itn
against you for the relief ilemamfM
inln the iiill of Complaint
This notiee shall be published onr*
each week for four consecutive weeks
InTHBJEWiSH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this 6th day of April. ,A.I>
1971
i:. II LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Courl.
Dade Countv. Florida
By: c P. COPELAND
Deputy clerk
/Circuit Court Seal)
SHERWIN STAUBER, BSQ
350 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4 Q-r3-3n
COHN, Helen,.. 87, 870 NIC. 171st
Ter. Riverside.
goodis. 'nine. 80, urn Lincoln Bit,
M.lt. Newman. Interment -Mi. Neb.,.
gross. Btollie, .>4. 74:4 Byroh Ave.,
.Mil. Riverside.
GUTH. Hyman, 66, 050.". Collins Ave..
M.K Riverside.
KAISEH. Isiuor, .-<:', ::7 Collins Ave.,
Al.il. Riverside.
kostitzky, Rabbi Benjamin, 77
KIiiii Ocean Dr., .Mil. Riverside.
LIPSCHIT2, Nathan. 37. 'M!i Collins |
Ave., M.lt. Itlasberg.
mandel, Anna. 9-;, 8oo Washing-
ton Ave., M.B. Newman.
PINSKER. Jacob. 76. 4101 Collins;
Ave., m.b. Blaaberg.
ROSEN, William B., 7r.. 1J34 Euilid
Ave.. M.I'.. Riverside.
SCHOENHOLTZ, Harry. 71, 1011 i
Mirhigan Ave., M.B. Riverside.
SHERMAN. Helen. GO, 6101 Collins
Av... MB. Riverside.
PINSKER. Jamb. 76. 411 Collins Ave.. !
ARONISS, Selma, Bl, 6641 S.W. lath '.
St. (4orUon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
ARONOVITZ, Moe. 71. 1830 Tress- I
ure Dr.. M.lt. Levitt.
BLOCH, Joseph. 86. 1560 Drexel Ave :
M.B. Kiverside Interment Mt. Nebo.
BRINBERG. Irving A.. 74, 6917 Col- !
lins Ave., M.lt. Riverside.
CAPLAN, Loilis, 80. 16650 W. Dixie ;
Highway, ('ordon.
FOX, William. :, 1595 Biarritz. Dr.,
MH. Riverside.
GREENSTEIN. David. 69, 1660 NIC.
191st SI. Levitt.
HERSCHMAN. Anna. 77. 151 N 1C.
52nd St. Riverside. Interment Mt. |
Nebo.
MEDOFF. Joseph. 70. 1S81 Euclid
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
RUBIN, Julius. 74, 19001 NIC. 14th :
Ave. Levitt.
SCHWARTZ, Robert. 75. 401 6!>th St.,
M.B. Riverside.
SUSSMAN, Max. 57, 7441 Wayne
Ave.. Ml! Riverside
BERGMAN. Esther. 68, 259 IC 4th
Ave.. Hlaleah. Levitt.
BODENSTEIN, Jaek. 7", KM S. Hay- ;
shore Dr. Levitt.
EDELMAN, I'.arn.y. 78, 8421 Lake;
Pancoast Dr.. M.B. Newman
ERDOS. Fannie, 89.5333 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo. ]
GREENSTEIN. David, 89, I860 NIC.
l'.ilst St. Levitt.
KAVNER. Alice. 16S50 W. Dixie Hlgh-
i way. Riverside.
! NUDELL. IClizabeth. 80, 11" Collins
Ave M.B. Riverside
side, Gussle, 70, 169 Washington
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
BERSTEIN. Max. 72. MOO West Ave
M It Riverside.
FINKEL, Sam. 82. 460 15th St.. M.B,
Riverside
FISHER. Max. 74. 2899 Collins Ave..
M.B. Riverside
GREENBERG. Robert U. 67. 1000
West Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
KINWALD. Morris. 76. 46 San Se-
bastian Ave.. Coral Gables. River-
SKLAR. Mildred. (5, 250 Northshorc
Dr.. M B Blasberg,
TAPOLOW. Sadie. 64, 3101 I Olllna
Ave M B Blasberg.
ALBERT, Paul, 17, B600 Collins Ave.,
M it Rlasherg.
KERKER, Samuel. 76, 1.....' West Ave.
M H Newman.
MIRRER. Morris. S7. 4":.
m it Newman,
WEINER. Howard M..
-i.ii i or' Riven Ide
ARTHUR. Gertrude. 71.
son Ave Surfslde Riv< rslae.
BLUM. Evn M M it Riverside
demee. Grace, 71, ISO Ocean Dr.,
G("ii dbero. Paul .1 ime
N- |.: 19th Road R1". ersldi
ntent "vi i
Gr.l nsTEIN Do'-i. 71
172nd St. Rl**erside
MAi.KOFF Harry, 86
|o- \" M 11 Rli
PAR'S. Morris, 7^, 910 W esl
\| I' I'l V' llll'
SH VERSTFIN Ha-m 1. "" ,7HI
S w ll"'h Court Riverside,
AOFJ MAN. David, B8, 6L> 5th St.,
M it Riverside. *
BAZINSKY. R o..... 86 71
Ai,. MB. Riverside
KAHIlf Joienh .1 79. 921
1 .vie Interm-nl "' ^'"
Baj Dr.,
S.W. 69 th
n.ic 52nd
2301 Collins
i, 6410 Miami
503 79th St..
Euclid Ave
52, 1832 S W
R83*i Rmer-
Inter-
2147 N.E
1760 S. C
A vi
St
" J, fferaon
Interment
X.H 159th
Kamtco Rnmnol, "" '"1 *f J ^,-'"l,
st cordon. Interment Mt. N*
Mii ner. kielia, 7:i. 1000 West Ave..
pf!-hn'v' iivm-.i. 88, 516 Wash-
ington *ve Hivee^i.le
RIESENBERG. Allav 58. H85R NIC.
19th Dr., North Miami. Blasberg.
SUPERIOR. Rosette, 801 N.W, 171st
St. Levitt Interment Mt, Sinai.
VE8TRICH. Jack, 76, 71-71
-M.i:. Blasberg.
VIGuDA, Ksiiioi, 7g, ,,1-n
Si. Uordon.
BEERMAN, Bessie, 75, 131
si Uordon,
HARRIS, Alia K si. 1050 iii.an Dr.,
M.B. Newman.
GOHDON. Ueorge. 59, 628 B8th si
suriside. Riverside.
SHACHNOVITZ. Mas. 7::. 8150 Col-
lins Ave. New man.
SOLOMON, Abraham. B8, 580 15th St .
M.B Newman.
WENDLINGER, Matilda, 7s, :::it0 N.W.
L71SI Si. Cordon.
APPLEBAUM. Sara, 104. 1351 N.E.
Miami Hardens Dr. Riverside.
BRODSKY, Minnie, ss, '.'i:"" 8.W. 2",rd
Ave. Cordon, interment Mt. Si.iai.
GOLDKOPF, Samuel. 70. 6484 Indian
Creek Dr. M.B. Riverside.
GUTNICK. Joe. 74. 1545 ICuciid Ave.,
M.lt. Riverside.
HORNSTEIN. Paul. 7",
Ave.. M.ll. Riverside.
kessler. Marjorie, i<:
Dr., N.M.H. Riverside.
KLEZMER. Samuel. 77.
M.B Riverside.
NATHAN. William I.. 74. 10295 Col-
lins Ave., Mil Riverside.
PTASHIN, Rachel, 7H. 1535 Jefferson
Ave M.B. Riverside.
RUBIN. Ann. 88, 11 M.B. Riverside. Interment Ml. Nebo.
SCHUYLER, Norman L.. 58, 10O
Klngspoint Dr.. M.B. Riverside, In-
terment Mt. Nebo.
Schwartz. Cecil Sidney 53, 1881
N.E 173rd Street. Riverside
shanske, lotti.. 7'.'. 7.". Bouthshore
Dr., M.B. Blasberg. _
STEIN, Charles. 1965 South Ocean Dr.
Riverside.
BARNETT, Samuel, 56, S65U S.W.
B7th Ave. Cordon
BARON, Harry, 78. 14"U Lincoln Kd.
Riverside
BOGDAN. Ben, 69, 9350 S.W. i.th Ave.
EMERMAN, Edward, 67, 9800W. Bay
Harbor Dr. Riverside
GARBER, Ix.uis. 69, 1470 lUl St.,
M.B. Levitt.
KALMAN. Sara. 85, 1060 Ocean Dr..
M l'.. Newman.
KAUFFMAN. Ernest, 67, 622Vi South
Miami Ave. Blaaberg.
MARCUS. Anna R., 77. 3720 Collins
Ave., M.B, Newman.
MINTZ. William, 7',', 820 Collins Ave.
M.B, Riverside.
ROSE. Joseph. 67, M B. Blasberg.
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Florida Friday, April 9, 1971
Section C
'The BVith Of A Nation,' Or
hen They Beigin The Beguine'
By GEORGE FRIEDMAN
The Academy Award nominations for 1970
..re out, and as usual there arc some Jewish
nominees. But because the Jewish lobby ir.
Hollywood is not as powerful as those in, say,
Washington and Salt Lake City, many Jewish-
onented pictures were overlooked in favor of
Soy pix with similar themes and stars. In an
effort to rectify this oversight, this column
offers a rundown of the year's outstanding
productions of Jewish interest:
KVETCH-22," directed by Milcheke Nich-
ols, starring Alan Irgun as Yosselarian and
Orson Kvels as Gen. Dreidel. Soldier, fed up
with stupidity of Mideast war, braves Suez
Canal on inflated plastic knish. Stupidily,
however, he sets out just as cease-fire ends
lor good.
M-PS*H*M*A*S*H." directed by Robert
.Vltarman, starring Elliott Gelt with guest
appearance by "Hot Lox" Houlihan. Jewish
angle on Korean War: How Menachem Bagel
ran guns to Seoul.
"LITTLE BIG MACHER," directed by
Arthur Pennchik. Dorten Hoffman portrays
only Egyptian survivor of Red Sea crossing
in expose of Jewish "connections."
"LUFT STORY," airy tale by Dr. Erich
Sechel. Nathan O'Neal of Hebrew University
and Golda MacGraw of Popular Front for
Liberation of Palestine Non-Sectarian Fin-
i-ning School find tragedy when she suc-
cumbs to mysterious disease later determined
to be result of eating breadstuffs on Passover.
A Danish production.
"THE MOHEL AND THE PUSSYKATZ,"
Bubele Streiheit's problems with a real cut
up. George Sechel, no relation to Erich Sechel
but just as Jewish.
"PROMISE AT DIN," starring Melina Mis-
pochc as Jewish actress who returns to France
to rejoin original boyfriend after tsuris with
two Russians named Sam who tried to move
in on her from different angles while she was
helplessly standing still. Assaf Dayenu, real-
life son of Jewish minister, featured as soldier
son who reportedly proposes controversial
buffer zone for bicyclers along Seine.
BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE
EPPES." has Jake Franciscus and Morri9
Evans disguised as guerillas in the Palestinian
state cf Oregon during mass singing of "Jeru-
salaam of Gold." Guest appearance by the
Joe Sisco Kid.
"COHEN COMES TO HARLEM" stars
Godfrey Kamzoil as black Jewish cop, assigned
to protect visiting Washington propagandist,
who doesn't know if he's Kenen or Cohen.
"KRIMWELL" relates how Jacob Krim
of Miami Beach wakes to discover he is Lord
Protector of Commonwealth of Florida. Trou-
bles he has with King Chazar (Sir Alec
Gotkes) you wouldn't believe.
"FIVE EASY PEACES," recounts how-
Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Saudi
Arabia quickly agreed on borders with Israel
in 1993. Hear UAR Foreign Minister Riad
sing "I'm in the Mahmoud for Love."
"THE GREAT WHITE HUPA," story of
how- James Earl Javits, first Jewish heavy-
weight champ, married Reform sabra in out-
door ceremony during snowstorm in upper
region of Israel Galili. Thrill to his upset vic-
toiy over Gimel Nosher in historic six-day bare-
knuckle bout, with .1. E. J. not only capturing
title from Nosher but occupying part of his
locker-room as well. Theme song by Suez
City Six is "Anwar, Russian Soldiers." Sequel,
centering on Marquis de Sadat, is planned.
"I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATAH," fea-
tures Yessir Arabfat and Dr. George Hashish
fighting over who should represent Palestin-
ians at Metropolitan Opera auditions. Their
legions, demoralized, pack up Katyusha flutes
and establish new Palestinian state in former
Amman Chinatown.
"JULIUS SELTZER," sports all-star cast
in famous political drama of Mideast by Wil-
liam Shiksapeare. Details too familiar to be
repeated, but at this performance part of
Nahum Coldmann is played by ear.
"PLOTKIN: SALUTE TO A RUBLE."
stars George C. Sklar as Russian-bom Gen.
Plotkin, military hero-bar-non, who in rage
slaps insubordinate soldier in face with hard
salami, incurring wrath of Israeli Army su-
perior, Gen. Zionist. Cabinet decision on in-
cident awaits return of NRP members from
unexplained incognito weekend at Ashkelon.
"WUTHERING HEIFETZ," asks us to
string along with stern young violinist who
aspires to be elman among menuhin. Delayed
by milstein around his neck, he eventually gets
back on right oistrakh. Take a bow, son.
THE LOOKING KVASS WAR." has Is-
rael's Foreign Minister bidding U.S. adopt
Eban-handed policy in Mideast while UN.
envoy Tekoah G'dola blows his own horn. A
jarring experience.
With 1970 past, Jewish filmmakers report
the following works-in-progress:
Documentary by Israeli Housing Ministry
on construction in Jerusalem called "SUP-
PORT YOUR LOCAL SHAREF;"
Yiddish version of Civil War titled "GON-
IFF WITH THE WIND;"
"MIDNIGHT HOO-BOY," story of infam-
ous icebox-raid scandal at Grossinger's;
Satire of Fascism in American music,
"ONE AND ONLY GENUINE ORIGINAL
FAMILY BUND." (Not to be confused with
film about Hitlers associates, "BOYS IN THE
BUND.")
TORAH! TORAH! TORAH!," documen-
tary about the Jewish community of Japan.
"FALL OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE," fan-
tasy starring Harris Ment and His Mentschen,
with theme song "Nevele Again?" sung by
Meir Kehilla and the Defenders. Cameo ap-
pearance by Secretary of State Rozhinkes.
"THE KREMLIN LYDDA" Russian ver-
sion of "Airport," except plane bound for
Israel and filled with emigrating Jews.
"LAVONS AND OTHER STRANGERS,"
five-hour reading of names of guests not in-
vited to David Ben-Gurioff's birthday party.
"MYRA DRECKINRIDGE," about how
Rachel Welch is transformed into Creeks Reed
as May Vest sings "I Vonder Vhere My Ezer
Rider's Gone."
"ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE
FARBLUNGET," Bubbele Streiheit's next
feature, in which she confesses to Yves' mutter
her incredible craving for pistachioed falafel.
"THE MAGIC JEW." long-delayed original
version of story later converted to "The
Magic Christian," Starring Rir.go Sklar, no
relation to C-eorge C. Sklar but just as Jewish.
More than 70 persons attended the recent Seacoast Towers
Five breakfast meeting, which was held on behali of the
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. From left to
right are Myron J. Brodie, associate executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Elias Bergman, Dr. Irving
Lehrman, guest speaker, and Sol C. Shaye, Central Miam:
Beach chairman, who served as toastmaster at the meeting.
.'1S*
Max Lerner
Sees It
Now that it is past Congress, the new amendment to give
the 18-year-olds the right to vote in state and local elections
will go through the state legislators like greased lightning. This
confirms the wisdom of Justice Hugo Black's strategy in the
historic decision in which he pot a majority of five to assert the
right of 18-year-olds to vote in federal elections but left the
other question to the amendment process.
Justice Black, at 85, serves its a bridge between the Warren
Court and the new one. He comes closer than any other to ex-
pressing how this commentator feels on the crucial constitutional
issues. Refusing to line up with Justices Douglas and Brennar.
on one side or Burger and Blackmun on the other, he leads a
critical, independent middle group which belies the easy assump-
tion that there is a sharp split on the new court between con-
servatives and radicals.
IN MY OWN READING of the new court, it falls into three
voting groups. One is the hard-core remnant of the Warren Court,
composed of Douglas (an F.D.R. appointee > and Brennan < Eisen-
hower), with Thurgood Marshall rights and freedoms. The second consists of the two Nixon ap-
pointees Burger and Blackmun who stick together and arc
bound to prove an historic tandem, along with Stewart i Eisen-
hower i who joins them frequently but is capable of surprises.
This leaves a third very loose trio Black (F.D.R. Harlan
(Eisenhower) and Byron White (J F.K.I. They don't vote to-
gether: Black is a Southern radical on free speech issues. Harlan
a Republican liberal whose dominant passion is to protict the
sovereignty of the states and their courts: White, a former Ken-
nedy attorney general, has little ideology in him. One could call
them a swing trio only in the sense that whichever way two of
them swing will provide a majority of five and recently at
least two have swung more often than not in the Burger-Black-
mun direction.
THERE YOU HAVE the new court not a 180 degree turn
to the right, but enough of a turn to make Burger rather than
Warren majorities on most issues. The commanding personalities
on the court are easily those of Burger, Black and Douglas, each
an individualist, but with different roles. Were he other than he
is. Douglas could try to consolidate a majority on liberal com-
promises, but his thinking approaches the New Left, and often he
ends as the lone dissenter.
Burger is a natural for a chief justice in a time of dismantl-
ing what was vulnerable in the Warren Court and consolidating
the rest. But he and Blackmun, as the appointees of a President
who was pledged to reverse the Warren decisions, especially in
criminal constitutional cases, have promises to keep if not
literally, then symbolically. This keeps him from being quite the
kind of unifying chief justice that Hughes and Warren were.
By default of the others. Black by temperament a lighter
rather than a compromiser and unifier will have to assume
more of the unifying roie. That is why, aside from friendship. I
trust he will stay on the court at least until the current crisis of
transition is over. There is no one to replace him.
THE WARREN COURT lasted for a generation, 1953-1969,
extending through Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson's terms.
Warren has cited as its commanding cases in three arras the
Baker v. Carr (on one-man one-vote apportionment*. Brown (on
school desegregation' and Gideon (on the absolute right to coun-
sel). To Gideon we must add Miranda, on confessions given with-
out police warnings of a man's rights.
Of Warren's three areas, the victory has been won beyond
redress in the apportionment area. On deseeregation there will
still be battles ahead, not only because of a clash of ideologies on
the court but because both black and white leaders outside the
court don't know where they want to go. or why. On the rights
of accused men, the recent Harris decision cut back on Miranda,
although I can't be as intense as Brennan's dissent was about the
seriousness of the cutback.
Other courtrooms, other voice?. Other times, other moods
and strategies. Burger could not get his majorities together in
the Harris case, in the James case on welfare visits, in the recent
conscientious objector case if the climate of opinion outside
th* court had not changed. The coming decisions on women's
rights and capital punishment will bo largely governed by this
climate. Despite Mr. Dooley, the Supremo Court doesn't only fol-
low (he < lection returns: it follows the trend of the opinion
weeklies and the media and especiallj the deep undercurrents of
feeling among alienated groups.


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vjewlst ncrklian
Friday, April 9, 1971
Cuba And The Jews
By: LEVY M. BECKER
One of the most important pos-
Kssions of the Cuban resident is
that little ration book which en-
these e<^^e-?Yail/.1iK
that is the rub. Shortages
Amnn? them are some 60 Jews,
half of whom will be emigrating
to Israel.
Todnv there are about 1,400
titles him to his.,share of goods, Jews ,n Havana and another 450
.in "l^ber parts ^f^Cuba. (
Their hard life is similar to that
of all Cubans. It is somewhat mit-
igated by their freedom to par-
ticipate in and take advantage of
the organized forma of Jewish life.
I suspect that some of them arc
much more active now than be-
when
And
exist and life is not easy. One
works; one eats, but for lack of j
extras one cannot Invite friends j
home; one makes do with old |
clothes; gasoline for one's car is j
limited; new cars are simply not 1
available. But everybody is in th<
same boat.
The process of nationalizing busi-!
nessea and properties worked
fore the revolution.
CUBA AND ISRAEL, do recog-
nize each other, exchanging ambas-
sadors. The value to the Jewish
swiftly. Kor those who emigrated oommunHv of tlu, presence in Ha-
the losses were obvious. For those| vftna Qf ^^j, tliplomats cannot be
who stayed there was some mm- j ovcrrstimaU,d. Their sense of iso-
lation through monthly compenaa-\^tton and dt.soiation Ls less than
Won, in addition to retaining t*|jtmj
residences they occupied at the
time of the revolution, even if
space requirements had diminished.
Although the elevators and lobby
of the Havana Libre Hotel echo
the- sounds of Polish. Czech, Ko-
n an and others I mostly athletes
and musicians^ there are practi-
c illy no tourists from the free
world. One is aware somehow of
the lone political shadow of the
Soviet Union, until one examines
the lift on the Cuban Jewish com-
munity. Knowing how the Soviet
Union discriminates ag:iinst Jew-
ish life and the Jewish people In
Its country, a policy of discrimi-
nation impossible to understand
from any perspective the free-
dom to live a full Jewish life in
Cuba is all the more delightful to
behold.
Tiiis is tilt' picture.
Before the revolution the 12,000
Jews in Havana (there were an
additional 2.000 spread throughout
the country! had five synagogues,
(one of them in the form of a
community center 1 a day school
:no 600 children, rabbis, can-
tors and teachers. Their Yiddish
writers and i>oe's had a following
throughout the world. It was a
Strongly Zionist orientated com-
munity and played its part in
world Jewish affairs as a con-
nt of the World Jewish
Congress.
might otherwise have been. They
are equally bolstered by the fact
that their own Mr. I.obcl. a long-
time member of the Jewish com-
munity, Whose great wealth was
placed at the disposal of Castro in
preparing for the revolution, is the
' Cuban Ambassador to Israel. Fur-
thermore he continues to be avail*
ible to them whenever they need
' EU1 intervention with the govern-
ment.
Zionism. In the light of the
Soviet Union's campaign against
Zionism it is remarkable that the
j( vs of Cuba are free to carry on
a j ;id all Zionist activities they
wish. Thev are permitted to have
1 eeting hall, offices, lebrary and
! archives in a downtown location.
Their activities are popular and
ittract a large number of teen-
teen, some of whom are going on
A! yah.
JEWISH EDUCATION. The
Jewish community had owned a
n school building which was
inal zed by the authorities. It
; is row a grade school for <> Ircn. The approximately 40 Jew-
ish children left in the community
would normally each be going to
a school i-. their residential neigh-
borhood. But they are kept to-
'- ther in this one school so that
'bey can receive an extra two
hours a day of instruction in Jew-
ish studies, tuueht by three teach-
ers whose sal Ties are paid by the
ernment.
tain all five. But they received
rental fees from the government
and other groups for the use of
the vestry attditoria, of which
there is a shortage in Havana.
Theatre, music, movies, concerts,
weddings, etc.. take place In these
halls.
KASHRUT AND SCHBCHTTA. |
Almost as remarkable as the free- j
dom to maintain Zionist programs ,
is the length to which the govern-
nent has gone to help the commun-
ity to keep Kashrut. Meat, as
other items, is rationed for all.
The 1.400 Jews would be entitled
to the equivalent of nine forequar-
ters each week, if they all wanted
Kosher meat. The government
therefore pays the salary of the
only available Shochet (he is now
training two young men) to ritu-
ally slaughter six animals weekly
The reason for the extra one is to
make Kosher forequarters which
are then placed in the only private
enterprises in all of Cuba, the two
Kosher butchers. The tenth quar-
ter Ls sold to the Patronad syna-
gogue for use in its Kosher restau-
rant.
This KOSHER RESTAURANT
referred to above serves more than
simple purpose, It is Kosher.
When a family lakes even on-
(Continued On Page 10-C)
These seven-year-old Jerusalemites, working in a super-
vised after-school study program in the John F. Kennedy
Memorial Library, were born just about the time that the
Mizrachi Women's Organization of America established
the JFK library as a tribute to the martyred president.
The library serves the congested Bakka neighborhood of
Jerusalem. Adjacent to Mizrachi Women's Bakka Settle-
ment House, it is the most active branch in the Jerusalem
network of libraries.
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
In the first two years after the
lution, there was a large emi-l FREEDOM OF RELIGION. The
11 to the U.S.A. Even aftor i five synagogues which had served
the break In diplomatic relations
between these two neighbor coun-
1' as, thi n was a considerable mi-
gration to the U.S.A. Since then
it has bet n a severe struggle to
ire t itinerary. 1.1 alone per-
le nenl areas. It is Hias
-. o. hind the scene, which
11 i" id, But it is really the
levotion of William C
hen : lb sim ssn n in (hira-
1 by a few in Mexico and
Cars a which has opened dooi -
F01 tfa moment their work is al-
rr ,1 ,t a standstill, because the
Cul 1 nment has accepted no i
plications since May 31 it
1970. Thi --till processing the
made up t > that time.
the needs of 12.000 Jews still be-
to the community, now 1,401).
vi have w rvices on Shabbat, while
one maintains a daily minyan. In
an v cjii some adult
es. With the reduction in
rship, and with curtailed
I might nor 5
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letters to the editor
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
It has come to my attention
that a serious lack of transient
student accommodations exists in
Dadc County. Many of these stu-
dents are Jewish. I have given
many of them rides when they
were hitching, hearing an assort-
ment of sad stories concerning
lack of money, problems with lo-
cal police, etc.
What is needed is a European
style hostel. How to establish one
snd run it poses serious questions.
If you or your subscribers can be
Oi any help, please contact me.
HARVEY SCHWARTZ
18010 N.E. 19 Ave,
North Miami Beach 33162
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Several months ago I was dis-
turbed when reading one of the
latest George Gallup polls which
had been taken of the church go-
ing habits amongst the leading
religions.
It showed that 60% of the Cath-
olics. 3896 of the Protestants and
only 1996 of the Jews attended
weekly religious services. It left
me wondering as to why Judaism,
which is the fountainhead of all
modern, major religions, has eroded
1o such an extent.
I learned a partial clue to this
problem some time ago while at-
tending religious services at a
Southwest temple. With the prayer
took, we were given a supplemen-
tary list of 54 ehildren, which con-
stituted the Aleph Class of their
congregational school. Of the 54
.r.ames on that list. I had come
pcross only one Biblical name
'David." The rest were Kevin,
iff. Terry, Kerry. Peter. Keith.
i.ay. Wayne. Ronald, Russel. Brad.
Kenneth. Scott, etc. (the only
!"hristian name missine was Greg-
;\ i. It would seem that from the
< Ite of their birth, a concerted
nfort is made to hide a child's
' ivishness, ..- if the parents had
an inferiority complex, instead of
pride in their Judaic heritage.
As a Jew who is fiercely proud
of his ancestry, I have often been
deeply concerned that the second
largest Jewish community in the
world in Russia will eventually
become assimilated and lost be-
cause of official government anti-
Semitism and repression, but what
excuse does the Jewish community
in this country have for hiding
their Jewishness?
Children's minds are very im-
pressionable, and what is impressed
upon their minds in childhood usu-
ally stays with them during their
lifetime. For instance, in how
many Jewish homes does a mother
light candles every Friday night?
How about starting a Jewish
Renaissance or revival and stop the
practice of Christianizing our chil-
dren's names? Why not, instead,
reach into the Bible starting with
names of our ancestors Abraham.
Isaac and Jacob, continue with the
names of our Prophets and Sages,
Joshua and Joseph, and relate to
them the achievements of the war-
rior King David, the wisdon of
King Solomon, the courage of the
Maccabees, the sacrifice of the de-
I fenders of Masada. and the heroic
(exploits and courage, of the new
generation of Israelis who are
building a nation against insur-
mountable odds?
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We Jews in this country, with
freedom of speech and freedom of
worship, will, in another few gen-
erations, be completely assimilated.
Had it not been for the new State
of Israel, the assimilation and dis-
appearance of our heritage would
have been greatly accelerated.
During my lifetime, when at-
tending religious services, most of
our religious leaders confined their
sermons to politics, current events
and other subjects which are al-
ready fully covered by our radio,
television and newspapers. Our re-
ligious leaders who are trained
and qualified in Jewish lore and
history, would serve our people
best by directing a greater amount
of their energies and knowledge to
the younger generation and try to
instill more pride in our great con-
tributions to the welfare of all
mankind.
According to the Gallup poll. I
Catholic adherence to their dogma, i
as shown in their religious attend-1
ance, exceeds Jewish attendance j
by more than 3 to 1 and. eventu-
ally, the disparity will become'
greater.
Is there still hope or is it already
too late to halt the decline of our
heritage?
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Friday, April 9, 1971
The Greening Festival 'Guide To Israel Programs'
(A Seven Arts Feature)
PASSOVER is the festival of
freedom, par excellence.
Ancient Israel was emancipated
from Egyptian nondage, and since
the days when tin Israelites, were
beaten by the taskmaster's whip
as they built the cities of Pit horn j
and Raamses. the Jew has been
obsessed with the goal of freedom
for all men. The thousands of years ;
of Jew iah history, the struggle, the
puin. the wanderings, the exile,
mingled with the ever-constant
(lirmi of returning to Israel where,
in freedom and stability, the Jew i
could breathe easier and express
the creative gills which were latent
in his soul.
Passover, then, mirrors not only
the yearning of the Jew for his own
freedom but it is a blueprint, re-
vealing the potential blessings and
opportunities for all people to make
political and social freedom more'
than just a vision but an act of.
faith and a constant reality.
THK SEDER is not just a time I
of family reunion with all the tra-
ditional readings from the Hag-
' th and the culinary trimmings
It :s an occasion for recommitment.
We have tremendous responsibili-
Postal Clerks Vote
On Union's Merger
' Irganized postal clerks hen
will be given a voice in national
merger talks that could create one
big postal union with more than
half a million members, according
to Hank Greenberg. editor of the
local postal clerks' union publica-
tion. Five unions in the L'.S. Post-
al Service have already agreed in
principle to creation of a single
union, Mr. Greenberg said.
As a result of merger initiatives
by the national leadership ol the
l'n>tal Clerks t'nion. a national
referendum will be held to decide
the question later this year. Mr.
Greenberg added. fmix'tus for the
movement to create one big union
was heightened in Washington re-
cently when th. presidents of the
I'FPC an AFL-CIO affiliate
nd the independent National
Postal Union agreed on merger
t- rms, bringing the number of par-
ticipating ix)stal unions to five.
The five postal unions will ask
their respective memberships to
pprove a new constitution creat-
ing a brand new union to be
known as the American Postal
Workers Union. AFL-CIO. Mr.
Greenberg said. "The only signifi-
cant non-participant at this stage
Ik the Letter Carriers Union." he
dded, "and it is hoped that nego-
tiations with them will resume in
the near future."
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Passover
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lies to help our people in Israel to
he Strong in their will to survive
We have to share symbolically the i
matzoh and wine with So\ Let
Jewry, no longer isolated and
silent slaves.
\
The maladies ol America and
men everywhere civil disorder,
war. poverty amid riches, uncon-
trolled technology, the craze for'
leisure time, the indifference to
human ends, the alienation, are'
also our deep concern.
Books and journals are filled |
with th" sorry and messy picture
of our cities, the dehumanizing as-
IM'cts of our society and the dan-:
gers it faces. The time has come
for us to confront our manifold i
enslavements. Otherwise, we miss j
the theme song of Passover.
THE TRI TH is civilized life will
never be completely immune from ;
the threats of individual and group
slavery. We .lews know thai onl)
too well. In every age. there will
be an attempt to develop a "youth
culture" with peculiar cop-outs.,
hut we are convinced that there
will also ho a youth deeply com-
mitted io the reform of society.
I hen- will be people who will know
loneliness and emptiness. We will
recognize their problems and try
to give them meaning in hie. In
short, we have Io understand man
as he is.
We need to reintroduce the
theme of Passover tor America and
our world.
What is if
IT IS that man is created in
God s image. The mystery and joy
and wonder in him come ulti-
mately not from him alone but
from a spirit beyond him. It is
man's responsibility to develop a
compassion for all people as an
absolute essential in human
politics.
Passover is a greening festival.
It Ls a time ol hope. It is a time
to sing freedom, a time to become
more compassionate and loving. It
is a time for each person to rid
himself ot the pollution of barbar-
ism, inhumanity and slavery. Then
"the redeemed will yet sing a
new song."
Lists Israel Study Tours
A 72 page "Guide to Israel Pro-
grams."' listing 107 Bummei
month and year-round programs
in Israel open to Americans, has
been published by the American
Section of the Jewish Agency for
Israel. The sixth such compilation
is the most comprehensive of its
kind, according to Dr. Emanuel
Neumann, chairman of the Agen-
cy's American Section.
Il was printed as a service to
individuals and organizations
particularly in the fields of youth
education Io provide in one di-
rector} a large number of the
guage stuiiv proprams including
and studying Israel.
The guide lists varied programs.
the majority of which are con-
ducted and serviced in Israel by
th<' Education and Culture and
Youth and Hechalutz departments
of the Jewish Agency. Included
are dates, cost, descriptions, qual-
ifications and sponsorship of the
listed programs,
The various programs are
en down into such CategOl ,..,}
service opportunities, mainly for
youth, such as Sherut 1
leadership training for youth: He.
. brew language study coura -
j mer programs of travel and
j ai both high school and .
1 levels, year round sec indarj i
programs and unit -ralty ,
groups.
There are special d summer
programs for youth particularly
interested ir. archaeo. >gy. theater,
i folk dance and arts, i hall dozes
' programs are basically built around
kibbutz life with many others in.
volving v isits for short pei lods to I
various kibbutzim and special pio
grans lor Jewish educators, com.
1 numitv center works and ^
are listed a well as Efebri >
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American Jewish Establishment Urged
To Support Anti-Establishment Student Press
By BKN (.Al.loi;
Th. American Jewish establishment lias a
moral obligation to support the explosively-
expanding Jewish student press, despite its
generally anti-est iblishment philosophy-, be-
cause the Jewish commitments of the young
journalists contain "the promise of a real
sens* <: Jewish community in Canada and the
United States."
Thai View has boon expressed by two
|)ion< '. : ditors ol that press in a survey of its
.. th from zero in 1967, the year of the Six-
Da> War, to almost 40 by the end of 1970.
The survey report appeared in the current
ssue i Conger itive Judaism, the scholarly
publication of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary and the Rabbinical Assembly, the associa-
lion ol Conservative rabbis. The study was
Made i;, Bill Novak, editor of "Response," the
independent quarterly for Jewish expression,
and Robert Goldman, editor of "Jewish Bos-
ton." M Nm ik is i n-aduate at Brandeis
University and a member of the Havurat Sha-
lom Community Seminary in Somerville, a
r iston suburb. Mr. Goldman, also a Brandeis
gfaduati student, is a founder of Huston's
Cone. I Jewish Students.
Thi two editors described the "under-
ground Jewish press as "the most wide-
spread manifestation" of the new Jewish con-
sciousness among young American Jews
which also his led to a proliferation of "free"
Jewish universities and an upsurge in Jewish
radical activities keyed to "a growing concern
alH>ut Israel, Sovk't Jewry and the |H>lities of
American Jewry."
Man; of the new Jewish student news-
papers have received funds from local Foci-
era lions and from the American Zionist Youth
Foundation, the two editors reported, adding
that "it is interesting and Instructive that
there seems to be very little that Jewish stu-
dents can do to rile the Jewish establishment.
88 long as they are in some way acting Jew-
ishly." They cited the appearance of several
hundred such students at the annual conven-
tion of the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds in Boston, in November, 1969.
Those students, the "ditors said, "were met
with a minimum of hostility and anger, de-
spite their being outspokenly critical of the
Federations" allocations priorities." Despite
worries of Jewish radicals about being "com-
promised," the editors declared, "there is no
evidence that the groups supplying money to
student newspapers have interfered in their
content" and, in general, they asserted, "the
arrangement has worked out remarkably
well."
In evaluating the student press, the two
editors said that four ha 1 attracted more than
local attention. They listed them as the "Jew-
ish Liberation Journal." published in New
York City as the voice of the Jewish Libera-
tion Project; "The Other Stand," published
in Montreal; "Genesis '-'." published in Bos-
and the "Jewish Radical," published in
California by the Radical Jewish Union at
Berkeley.
The two editors declared that Aviva Cantor
Zuckoff, editor ol the Jewish Liberation Jour-
nal, "has been responsible for writing and
commissioning some particularly effective and
original articles, many >f which are in the old
muckraking tradition." The two editors said
that t.'ie vigorous assaults on the New U'ft
for its anti-Zionist and anti-Israel Views, such
as an article by Amos Kenan, had attracted
the respectful attention of young Jewish radi-
cals "because Of the credibility of the authors."
K. nan is a dissident Israeli journalist.
According to the two editors, the new
Jewish polemicists generally "do not attack
the base of the New Left" because they are
part ol its idealism. What they denounce is
the New Left's position on Israel "because it
is inconsistent with the ideals of the New
Left." Their thesis is that "if somebody is
really against expansionism, colonialism, im-
perialism, racism and militarism, he could not
possibility call for the destruction of Israel
while ignoring Russian Imperialism, pan- Arab-
ism, Arab atrocities in Sudan and Yemen and
so on." They cited Kenan's counsel to Al
Fatah in his Jewish Liberation Journal arti-
cle: "the world is prepared to give you up for
reasons of profit or loss or domestic considera-
tions. And this includes Nixon, Nasser, Hussein,
Breshnev and everybody else. You are a card
that everybody is cynically prepared to play.''
he wrote, adding "The New Left will save you
as it saved Spain, Greece and the six million
Jews."
Similarly, an editorial in the first issue of
The Other Stand, in February. 1969, declared
that "a truly open debate on the Arab-Israeli
(Continued On Page 10-C-)
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bwls* fk>rkBi*ry
Friday, April 9, 197)
Sorry to have been so long be- the length of her skirt and the
rt en columns, but there was a length of her hair are not in pro-
'" j portion to her body.
I am now busy planning for a I .T__..... ,,.,,.,
I Hlon show at King's Bav' Yacht! *1yt7men haVeJet thc'r "*
r\ Country Club Thursday eve- ?1 J2* aS If*"?" "* *
I g, Apr:: 22. It will be presented! i"l" > $* -?nd ^'^ sha ~*-
-; my graduating class at Miami- **;'"* hemlines are dropping
De.de Junior College and you are J* a""nd.vn-w most "over-
a. invited. There Is no admission! *"* arUnd the kneeS'
Charge, its at 8:15 p.m., and thei Mrs. Richard Brickman has
c] the* will be fiom the Caprice I asked how you determine the num-
c llection,
\m also busy with plans for our
European Fashiorama. We leave
London on July 7. and if any
Ol you are interested please let me
h w. It's a three-credit course
ol 'red by Miami-Dade Junior
College.
ber of accessories to wear.
There's the woman who is afraid
to accessorize and looks too under-
stated, but this is preferred to
the "walking Christmas tree" so
often seen.
As in many ireas of the fashion
. ... tiiaii.* u< .u- vi IIIC IdMIiUlI
And now to answer some of the, world, there are no hard and
questions being asked: First by; fast rules. In any art form there
Mrs. Martin Goodman, who wanted
tc know if there should be a re-
lonshlp between hem lengths
: I 1 hair lengths.
One of the most Important fac-
tors in "putting yourself together"
Involves the basic design principle
of proportion. According to Val-
ertino. one of Rome's leading cou-
i iers, one of the main reasons
tfiat so many women do not look
as attractive in the longer length
sk.'rts is that the rest of their cloth-
ing and accessories are not in pro-
portion to the length of their hem.
Oi course, hair should be longer if
your skirts are longer but just
how much longer is a personal
matter which should be decided
upon in consultation with your
hi .rdresser.
Consider the tall, large-boned
woman who wears a short mini-
skirt and has her hair cut to no
re than a two-inch length -
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must be flexibility. The rule-of-
thumb that I teach is that you
count what you are wearing and
don't go over seven. (Count 2
for a print dress or one in two
colors i.
Item Points
Dress solid color 1
Sho>s two or more colors 2
Hose colored (do not count
if flesh colored' 1
Handbag two or more colors
to match shoes' 2
Jewelry all small pieces
(no big chunky,
bright colors,) 1
Total
The woman who wears a bright,
colored belt with the dress, adds
important accessories items as a
scarf, bold bracelet, large hat, wild
sunglasses and carries a pair of
gloves has over-accessorized the
basic dress.
Mrs. Robert Shapiro, who want-
ed to know how you know what
to wear for specific occasions if
you are new to a city, mentioned
that when she lived in Portland,
Maine and Boston. Mas;, the type
of dress was very structured and
you never went out on a date
without gloves.
Mrs. Shapiro is still amazed to
go to a public or private event I
and find so many different types i
of dress. < Miami being a resort
city is much like any other major i
resort city in the world .where
you do see a little of everything'.
There are many groups that
specify dress. For example, an in-
vitation that read "black tie"
means cocktail or formal length
gowns for the women, and tuxedos
or black suits with black bow ties
for the men. "White tie" indicates
tails and gowns. The good hostess
advises her guests on the type of
dress to wear.
Most of the problems arise in
the large gatherings where no
specific type of dress is indicated.
Here you must do a little detec-
tive work. The time of day. (or
evening) and location (hotel, home,
temple or restaurant) indicates
whether casual or dressy clothing
is to be worn.
Watch the social pages of the
local newspapers and see how the
women photographed dress for
similar events. Go window shop-
ping in the better stores and see
what they are showing for this
time of the year. Ask the sales
personnel in the better shops what
they have sold for similar events,
or call the fashion editor of a lo-
cal newspaper.
I've answered hundreds of in-
quiries over the years. We're not
always ICOCc correct, but we do
know what most of the better
dressed women wear.
The first and only honorary membership bestowed by the
American Zionist Federation was presented to Presider.;
Zalman Shazar, during his visit to the United States, by Rab-
bi Israel Miller, president of the Federation. Jacques Torczy-
ner, (left) Federation Board chairman; and Mrs. Max M
Matzkin (right) is Federation Executive Committee chairmar..
Sen. Edmund Muskie of Maine was a luncheon guest at the
Weizmann Institute of Science during his recent visit to
Israel. Addressing the Luncheon is the Institute's President,
Dr. Albert B. Sabin. From left to right are U.S. Ambassador
to Israel Walworth Babour, Mrs. Muskie, Dr. Sabin. Sen.
Muskie, and Abraham Feinberg, president of the American
Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science.
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RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
Passover Message
l; ,l>bi I.:iiul:iu
RABBI SOL LANDAU
Prt-sident, Grnater "Miami
Rabbinical Asvx i.uioii
As President of the Greater Mi-
'. bhinical Association, it is
f--\ privilege to greet the entire
Jewish commun-
ity or. behalf of
the representa-
tive organization
or spiritual
teachers on the
eve of Pesach
5731.
P.-Nich is the
birthday festi-
val of the Jew-
ish people and
marks not only
"our" liberation,
but indeed the
occurrence of the first Revoiution-
ary War for human liberty. Every-
one seems agreed that freedom for
all is desirable. Yet they usually
put it in limited negative terms.
V.- hear about freedom from
Slavery) from persecution, from
poverty, but hardly ever is the pur-
pose of that freedom stated.
Pesach comes to remind us that
M >scs asked Pharaoh not only to
'Let my people go." but in order
that they "may serve God." The
holiday of Pesach does not really
end after eight days, but on that
day which the Torah itself calls
'Atzereth," the concluding day.
although we regard it as a new
Festival, "the holiday of the re-
ceiving of the Torah."
Physical liberation freedom
from is but the beginning of a
long road to spiritual freedom,
marked in the Jewish calendar by
the counting of the Omer and cul-
minating in becoming "a Covenant
People" at Sinai. The four cups of
wine of the Seder night toast the
four promises of freedom: "I will
take you out of Egypt: I will de-
liver you; I will redeem you." and
all these so that "I will take
you unto me as a people and I will
be your God."
Judaism asserts that there is no
freedom for anyone unless he la-
bors in the Torah. in interpreting
the statement. "And the writing
was the writing of God. graven
upon the Tablets." Read NOT
"charut" (engraved', but "cherut"
(Freedom).
Above all. the comprehension of
Man's purpose as God's partner in
creation is the premise of a ful-
filled life. This purpose, in fact,
states freedom for what it
clearly enunciates the notion that
man is not to be any man's slave
but called upon to be God's servant.
Yet, how widespread is the con-
fusion in our society because the
goals are not clear. It shows its
range by increasing hostility and
weakening moral fiber of our gen-
eration.
We hear shrill voices who claim
to fight communism, socialism and
other isms, but ask them what they
are FOR. and they will often say.
"Well, democracy." Ask them
what they mean by that, and they
will hardly be able to define it.
How can we expect thorn to stand
up to psychologic >1 warfare in its
defense?
Many people tell you that they
do not want discomfort, sickness,
deprivation. Too often the over-
whelming concern seems to be
with making a living and thereby
losing sight of pursuing life. Thus,
any challenge is hard for the in-
dividual to stand up to.
Someone has said: "It is not
pain that is intolerable, but pain
that is senseless." In other words,
one is able to make sacrifices if
one is motivated powerfully
through an ideal. This is what a
19th century Jewish mystic meant
when he prayed: "You see God, I
do not ask why I suffer. I wish
only that I suffer for your sake."
The Jews felt that they were
His people and He their God. On
Pesach they celebrate it anew
with the Spring Festival that re-
calls their beginning. Their strug-
gle with history was successful
through the power of that which
the cup of Elijah represents: the
advent of the Messianic Age, the
fulfillment of mankind's aspira-
tions to climax in genuine peace.
Elijah is the uncompromising ex-
ponent of the prophetic tradition
and it is his mystic personality
that occupies the imagination of
every Jewish generation. The filled
cup which waited to be drunk by
him for whom the door was ever
open eased Jewish pain, stilled fear,
nourished hope that the spiritual
values, the purpose of their exist-
ence, would triumph at the end of
days.
There has hardly been a time
when the prophecy of Malachi that
the Messianic era will be ushered
in when "the hearts of the chil-
dren will be turned to their fathers
and those of the fathers to their
children" has been more clearly
understood than in the rebellious,
alienated generations of our day.
This four-year-old is one of
70 youngsters between the
ages of 3 and 7 living
playing and learning
around-the-clock at the
Beth Hayeled Bakka Sleep-
In Nursery in Jerusalem, a
project of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of
America caring for chil-
dren of homes broken by
illness, tragedy or stress.
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IN'jjfisii-iiiion In Jewish Schools Increase By 613
Registration in the Jewish
schools of Dade and Broward Court-
t\ show an Increase of 613 stu-
dent* for the school year, 1970-
1971. Total registration in 1969-
1970 as 11.939; registration for
t!ir yc-iri!970-1971 shows an en-
rollnicnl of 12.552, Leonard Zilbert,
Bureau resident, has announced.
The Increase in registration in
Greater Miami Is contrary to thi
r.d in most Jewish communities
re registration has declined it
past I- w years, he said.
The pre-schoo] departments
show a total of 1,330; the elemen-
tary Hebrew departments 4,977:
the one-day-a-week schools, 4,771:
high school (which includes the
sixth grade Hebrew departments'
">0S, and one-day-a-week high
tchool t which includes 9th and
*ffTth-T*i'.!(^*rif "weekend schools i
968.
There are now mine girls at-
tending tli" schools, an increase o(
324 from 5.094 to 5,418. The school
J v/
M m>
Two of the teachers in the
preschool department of Ye-
. iiva Da/ School. Mrs. Mar-
]ene Kalchman, (left) is a
| :eschool assistant; Miss
Ethel Tark heads the pre-
- hool department.
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total 5,739 students while the af-
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of 5.485. Thus the intensive school
departments represent 48' of the
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day-a-week students represent 52'.
ol the tot il .student body. "The
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If you ve answered "yes" to all
those intrusive question?,
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Village Spires is being built Oft
a quiet, white sand beach
away from all the noise and
congestion. Since Village
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have been changed to say
there, can be no. more high*
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wrap-around balcony with a
View of the ocean. You walk
out our front door onto
one of the finest beaches oa
the East Coast. Or skip the
beach for a while and enjoy alt
the recreation facilities you.
expect in a luxury condorrm*
iii-.n. Including a heated
swimming pooh
If you're a peachcomher at
hcar^ hut you stilL like to
Watch lockets blast oft to the
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on earth where you can do
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-Jenisti fhrldton
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lA/ltat s Qsookin
By RUTH SIRK1S
9
Like everybody else. I am constantly dtetiftg. Ami ii is not
, -v, especially if you deal with food m much m4 d*. So. faifi
always trying i<> develop new recipes which will be not-so-fat-
tening, and yet, will taste like the calorie-loaded ones.
Blintzes were "taboo" in my house for a Ions time. My little
daughter, who still remembers grandmother's blintzes in Israel
asked me to prepare some tor her. So I did, but with some alter-
il ons. And now we .ill enjoy them,
I! you can trade one piece of bread, one pat of butter, one
and two tablespoons of cottage cheese, you can have four
delicious blintzes, that you can set before a king. Serve them at
lunchtime or for a Sunday brunch.
MY FAVORITE BLINTZES
.") tbl.s. all-purpose flour
2 large eggs
s tsp. salt
l tsp. vanilla
l cup low-fat milk
l tbls. oil
lilling:
I tbls. COttage cheese
J tbls. sugar 'or equivalent
in non-caloric sweetnerl
l t.s|>. vanilla
'i tsp. fresh lemon rind.
grated
'i isp. fresh orange rind.
grated
1 '- cup frozen blueberries,
thawed
2 this, blueberry jam
(optional)
-
Put the flour in a medium bowl or a large measuring cup.
Add the milk In a slow stream, stirring constantly. (There
should lie no lumps). Add the eggs, salt vanilla and ONE
tablespoon of oil; mix well. (For a more homogenized batter
you can use your blend, r), Th batter should be quite liquid, like
heavy cream; if it is not, add son,.' more milk.
Mix all the filling ingredients, and let it stand outside the
refrigerator until you are ready to use it. Use a teflon-coated
skilli i about six inches in diameter. Brush the skillet with oil
(you still have a half tablespoonl s,, it will be coated very lightly,
or put a drop of oil on a paper napkin and gre ise the skillet with
it
Heat the skillet on a high flame until a little drop of W '
will "dance" on the surface. Pour the batter in the skillet from a
ladle that holds about two tablespoons. Turn the skillet so thai
the baiter will spread evenly all over. Cook until the batter looks
v and the edges seem to separate from the skillet's sides. Turn
lie skillet over a plate and with a Strong knock, let the thin
l)l:ntz fall on ihe plate. 'It "ill be easier if the plate is set up-
|lde-down on the table1.
Continue preparing blintzes in this fashion until you use up
k the batter. Occasionally, grease the skillet lightly. In one end
the round blint/, put one-half tablespoon of the filling. Roll
Ind fold the sides so you will have a little longish envelop.'. Put
111 the bUntZea in a skillet to re-heat. Serve hot. and pass the
|;im. Makes eight.
& -it
How would you like to treat yourself to an absolutely
psher-le'Pesaeh Bagel? You would love it, I know. And how
Dut big golden cream puffs filled with a variety of fillings, such
chopped liver or sweet whipped cream, depending on when
tea serve them.
Well, you can have bagels or cream puffs by preparing the
(lowing recipe, a simple and basic dough made of eggs, mal/oh
ftl, water and fat. This dough Ls so versatile that you don't
to stop at bagels and cream puffs; you can prepare soup
Bnds, either baked or fried, or shape the dough into a big
which will give you a round puffed cake, perfect for filling
whipiM'd cream. Fnjoy, enjoy, and have a happy holi.lav
MAGIC "DOUGH" FOR I'ASSOVKK
jp w.iter
up oil or margarine
1 tsp. salt
1'a CUPS mat/oh meal
iring water, salt and fat to a quick boil in a medium gauce-
fremove from heat and put the mat/oh meal into it. ail at
Stir well and return to heat for three minutes, stirring con-
lisly. Remove from heat and let stand for 10 minutes, then
eggs, one at a time, and mix vigorously to incorporate
the dough. When all four eggs are mixed in, the dough
ly to start producing goodies, according to preference.
Lr It Bas-ls: Heat the oven to 400 degrees K. Oil your
land take two tabIes|>oons of the dough, shaping it into
I inch "rope." Pinch the ends of the rope together into
^hape. Bake on a greased cookie sheet about 40 minutes,
the bagels are nicely browned.
20 Cream Puff*: Heat the oven to 400 degrees K. Drop
gh by heaping tablespoons on a greased cookie sheet.
f 35 minutes, or until golden brown.
soup Almonds: Heat oven to 400 degrees F Drop by
bpoonsful on greased cookie sheet. Bake about 15 min-
|til puffed and brown.
-pry: Push the dough through a Hat vegetable grater into
with very hot oil. Fry until golden brown on both sides.
paper towels.
At left, eighteen-year-old Susannah kisses
her father Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel or.
his receiving the B'nai B'rith 1971 Jewish
Heritage Award the SI.000 literary prize
for "excellence in Jewish literature" pre-
sented annually by B'nai B'rith's commis-
sion on adult Jewish education. Dr. Hes
chel was honored for his works in Jewish
philosophy, history, mysticism and reli-
gion in a 35-year literary career. Above.
Rabbi Herbert Weiner of South Orange
N.J., received the B'nai B'rith Book Aware
from Rabbi Jay Kaufman, B'nai B'rith exec
utive vice-president. The S500 prize, giver,
annually by the commission for "a single
work of distinction" on Judaism or Jewish
life published during the preceding year
cited Rabbi Weiner for "94 Mystics," a
volume offering his personal interpretation
of Jewish mysticism and how it can be
applied to the problems of contemporary
Jewish life.
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*Je*isti flcridiiar
Friday. April 9, lg.
American Jewish Establishment Urged
To Support Anti-Establishment Student Press
LEGAL NOTXE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
l-UR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 194'
File No. 70 A 1967
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVHM thai
IKAl MOTKI
NOTICE UNDER "*
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTRE IS HEHEBY OITVE .
the undersigned, desirine; t., '..'
in lm.--iiit-.-s under the licttuotiv 3
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(Continued From Page 5-C)
conflict would expose the general bankruptcy
of the young Left. The silence of Jewish radi-
cals in this area shows that they are becom-
ing unwitting victims of their own history."
The first issue of Genesis 2 promised that "e
will engage our newspaper in the search for a
new integrity for American Jewry, the quest
for a just peace for Israel and its neighbors,
and the demand for liberation of Jews in all
their habitations. These are imperatives for a
renaissance of Jewish creativity which would
breathe new spirit into the dry bones" of Jew-
ish communal life."
The Jewish Radical, the editors reported,
"has carried some extremely provocative ar-
ticles, especially on the question of Jewish
tradition and social action. During the tenant
strikes at Berkeley, for instance, the paper
published an analysis of what Talmudic law-
had to say on the question of landlord-tenant
relations." In a discussion of American poli-
tics and Israel's security, an article declared
that those American Jews "who have unwit-
tingly joined the anti-Israel propagandists by
oomparing Israeli actions in the Middle East
to American actions in Southeast Asia under
the rubric of legitimate 'self-defense' are be-
neath contempt. They insult the dignity of
the Israeli struggle for basic survival by com-
paring it to the imperialistic adventurism of
the American government in Southeast Asia."
One of the problems of the student press
was highlighted by a reply to a reader com-
plaint in the Source, published at the Univer-
sity of Hartford, about publication of reprints.
Said the Source editors: "Our staff is small.
We are searching for concerned students, like
you. who care ... if a reprinted article can
say what we want to, better than any t: -
can. It should be printed."
Attention to domestic prob'ems was h .
lighted by a report in Masada. published by
the Progressive Students for Israel, in To-
ronto, involving a charge that several staff
members were denied entrance to High Holy
Day services because they had not bought
tickets to any of the synagogues they tried
to enter. Said the publication: "Those who can
afford to pay should give as much as is pos-
sible. However, those in a poorer financial
condition should also be allowed to attend,
even if they are unable to pay the full price
or anything at all there should not be a
price put to prayer."
The two editors described as "the most
interesting and fastest growing" among the
smaller papers. "ACIID," abbreviation for "A
Critical Insight Into Israel's Dilemmas." which
started as a supplement to the Washington
University newspaper and "has since developed
into an independent publication with a na-
tional constituency.'' "Doreinu." published by
the Washington-Baltimore Union of Jewish
Students, carried in its first issue a blistering
"letter" to anti-Jewish radicals, declaring, "I
see you out there, Jew-boy, marching against
the war in Vietnam. I see you fasting for the
starving in Biafra I've seen you because
I've been there with you And I'll never
forget the places where I didn't see you .
Where were you on Simchat Torah when So-
viet youth dared to dance in the streets and
protest their repression? Where were you in
December on that cold day when we were
chained to the gates of the Soviet Embassy?"
The article cited "Ha-Orah" in Los Angeles;
the "Flame," published at City College of
New York: "Dawn." also published in New
York: the Columbia University "Jewish Free
Press:" Toronto's "Or:" the "University Jew-
ish Voice" of Austin. Texas; "Exodus," in San
P'rancisco and the "Jewish Urban Guerilla"
published by Jews for Urban Justice in Wash-
ington.
The two editors said that the future of
the Jewish student newspapers was difficult
ti predict but it was unlikely that it was a
fad. They concluded that whatever the value
of the student newspapers, "individual com-
munities have found that decentralized and
local projects are the best guarantee against
a return to the superficial bureaucratization
of organizational Judaism of past years.
"As things stand now," they contended,
"the Jewish establishment has little moral
choice but to support these efforts by young
Jews whose fellowship and shared concern
heir the promise of nurturing a real sense of
Jewish community in Canada and the United
States."
une my office. and h?" 1miule
application for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon Said certificates embrace the
following described property, in the
County of Dade. State of Florida, to
wit.
W IM ft of Ntt of SW, oINE', of
NOTICE UNDER
"K-ll*
NOT
the
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
?TICK 18 HEKE1IV GIVEN a.
undersigned, desiring I '"..*
in business under the fictit... .*
of MODERN MARINER ulSil
162nd Street North lljami aS
e name of Alfred C Beyhaut. | J.P.J. I-NDl STRJES. INC
the naiuv v *>- *- -g
This deed will be issued subject to
all other outstanding delinquent < ily i
of North Miami taxes and liens ana |
1970 City of North Miami taxes and
Liens.
Begin IM ft N of N\V Cor of Lot 13
Blk 14 Fla City Bui ISO ft N I"" ft
W IM ft S loo ft to Point of Begin-
ning, Section 24. Township .'.7 South.
Range 31 East, containing .34 acres
more or less. In the County of I>ade.
State of Florida, as emhracfd i" I P-
tificate No :'717 Th. ;.---- m.nt !
the Or.uit (Curt
Florida
DAVID C< >HEN
MARTIN A WEINEB
MIRIAM P.El'KERMW
said property under the said certlfl- MIRIAM BECTKERMAN
cate issued was in the name of < Attorney for amii.
Marion Hrcw-ter >*** -vW 2rd Avenue
Thisdee" willI be issue! subject, to j Mum,. Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
T-i.-t- i..- ut--tt-i.\- ...rr
i.:-s.!l
all nthtr outstanding delinquent ity
of Florida City taxes and liens and
l!'7n fnv of Florida City taxes and
liens. .1 NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVKV
N 110 ft of W r.ft ft of I.ot lfi Block the undersigned, desirine Xi
ABM EN PTRXtTTRE
the said certificate issued was In the
name of Thomas Zeigler & W Willie B.
This deed will be issued subject to
all other outstanding delinquent City
of Florida City taxes and lien- am
1?70 County taxes and 19.<< City of
Florida City taxes and liens.
Lot 4 Block 3, Enchanted I.ake Sec 2.
Plat II....k U I'age <-7, in the County
if Hade. State of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No IMS. The
assessment of said property under the
said certificate Issued wu In the
name of Raintree Ij.k. Eats Inc. MFtnvrx
This deed will be Issued subject to TO MARIA MEM) NOA
1070 Countv taxes and liens Not known t. I. dead r I
If dead, the unknown nnoust t-i,
S 30 ft of W 130 ft of N l'47 U ft of narlaeea, grantee*.
Blk lo AKA I-t is Blk 1". Avocado
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFThT
ELEVENTH JUOICAL CIRCLT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
CASE NO. 71-4841
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
EDYTHE R M. FREGGER
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARIA MEI.O NOA, et a! ,
Defend;, ill-
Cuba And The Jews
Omve. Plat Book J i'age Z. Se. I
Township ".' South. Range 41 1... St,
containing ,80 acres more or leal
th. County of Dade. State of Florida,
as embraced in Certificate No
The assessment of said property under
the aald certificate Issued was in the
name of Renwi. h Wright w
Marian.
Thll deed will he issued subject to
1H7" County liens.
Lot 7 &.- Prop In) i-i & to Lake Sparl-
ing Bio k ".. Km banted Lake s.
Plat Hook '.' Pace 12, Bectlon 4.
Township Si South. Range 4.' Baal
in the County of Dad) state of Flo-
rida, as embrace.1 In Ceitlflcatl So
3736. The aaaeaamenl of said pro-
perty under the saiil certificate laaued
wai n Ihe name of Billot SI
& w 1 onora
redlfors. trustee-
ing by, through undet '.l1
all parties having or clam
any right, title i interest mil
nronerty described in the I tnpl,:l
rice t*nkn" n
YOU ARE HEREBY WriTH
that a com-'la l t ^
against vmj bv -be nlaii I
bnve-atyl< d i out rid
' nr>rtce
. i ....
arty situate and being In i H
tv I-",.-.,'
Lot 5 m if, ., | f>V0 !AD" I
HEIGHTS, according l
then of t.......! in i R '<
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l >ad< .'. unty, l"
v< n are b, rebj i m *'
py of your anawi
:!.. i mpla tit ui..... iila".
This deed will be issued subject to J i, KUTFN K
1!.7 ('..unty llei BSQS J01 Arthur Gmlfn id. Jll-
(Continucd From Pace 2-C)
me '. a week in the restaurant it
I- -.ipplemental to the meat they
ere permitted to buy on their ra-
tion hook. It i? a social substitute
for home gatherings. Here they
can met \ their friends and rela-
tives. And for those who care to
take advantage of it the Shabbat
noon "chalnt" is free.
PASSOVER. Since food is ra-
tioned and expensive when avail-
able, the community is especially
prateful to the Canadian Jewish
Congress for its annual gift of
more than enough Passover prod-
ucts for the holiday and for special
purposes during the year. The gov-
ernment gives its Jewish commun-
ity a special permit for the im-
port of these items which are just
not available in Cuba. The Pat-
n -taurant. the synagogues
for Kiddush all year round, fami-
lies for Jewish simchas and the
poor of the community all benefit
from these extra provisions.
SOCIAL SERVICES. There are
some ISO poor people in the Jewish
community, almost 13'I. Po >r earn-
ers under a capitalistic system,
their lot no better now, for they
are without special skills, or too
old. unable to find the means to
emigrate, they will remain the
wards of the Jewish community.
They are sustained through the
above mentioned products from
Canada, through funds sent to the
community by the Council of Euro-
pean Jewish communities and
through a special grant from the
government which Ambassador
Lobei was able to negotiate. These
are all administered through the
Central Committee which was cre-
ated in crisis for such purposes.
No longer do the differences of ge-
ographic origins impede their inter-
relationships. Ashkenazim, Polish.
Lithuanean, Ukrainian or the like.
Sephardim whether from Smyrna
or Aleppo, American and native
born, now are Joined together in
their desolation. They need each
other almost more than they need
us.
WHITHER? The community i-
decimated. Some still there now
regret that they had not applied
for emigration permits. As soon as
new applications will once again
be accepted, many of the present
residents will opt for emigration.;
But some will remain, especially
those who have no one or nothing
elsewhere. These will continue to
need support, financial and moral.
I.ot 7 Block i Rldgeway, riat Booh
i Page TO Bectloi 15, Towni I
Pouth. Rai gi ii i!aat, in th,- i
le, State of I-"' >i da, ae i
e.i in Certificate N'o IS1 TI
neeameni of paid propertj under Ihe
aald certificate i--u- .1 wai In Ihe name
of Barbara Rakow.
This deed will lx i--u.'l subject to
1S70 County liens.
l...t s Block 6, Rldgeway, Plal B
It Pagi > in ihe Com Ij ol Dade,
State ..r Florida, as embraced
tlflcate No 4362 Thi aaaeaamenl of |
aald property under Ihe aald
tlflcate laaued wae In the name of
Rakow
Thii deed "til b. i--u. .1 subject to
Iti7" County lien-.
lot 28 Block 1 Amd PI of I
Sub. Plal Hook S Page It
County of Dade, state of Florida
eml.ra. -il in Certificate No 1'-_ Tl I |M
ami P..-a. h. Fli rid I '>
ihi riglnal thereof in n
hi Clerk of I '
on or befon thi Itl d o Irfl.
If y,.u f ill |o .! "
be enl nat vou 1 r '
.1. manded In the ompln
.1 At M ti
Florida thl :''
I- EATHERM
Clei r tl irrali i
B; 1. RNEEDEN
Deputy i
H
I /
F
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Zai^T
IN AND COR DADE COi NTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBA-E
No 7oon-C
UU"ln Ar;Hur W Pr.rr
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE AODi -cation TOR
DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Miami Happenings
Sol Frankrl, president of Per-
hing Auto Leasing, Inc., South
Florida's largest independent
auto leasing and rental company,
has announced the appointment
cf Henry x-litmn-r as manager
of its new Truck Leasing Divi-
sion Mr. Schumer, a veteran of
over 25 years in the auto and
truck leasing business, operated
his own leasing company in New
York City before coming to the
Miami area.
ir ir "to
Ronald Levitt, president of the
Ronald Levitt Associates, Inc.,
public relations firm, has been
named to a Special Committee
on International Affairs by the
Public Relations Society of
America board chairman, Jon
B. Riffei of Los Angeles, Calif.
* # &
Jeffrey 'ireen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emery Green, 1820 SW 84th
Ave.. was in the cast of "No
Time for Sergeants," a comedy
about military life, staged by
Yeshiva University's Yeshiva
College in New York.
LEGAL NOTICE
Columnist Forum Speaker
'Miami Beach Reporter" colum-
nist" Revy Wilder, author of "Sex
and the Senior Citizen" will be the
speaker at Tuesday's Forte Forum
in the Auditorium at 1200 West
Ave?. Miami Beach, on the topic:
"The Jews of Russia An Eye-
witness Account."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70.15682
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WIU-REDO HUQUBT
Plaintiff.
va,
ANA MARIA PEREZ HUOUET
Defendant.
TO: ANA MARIA PEREZ HfflLET
Apartment No. 3'i2
Apartment No. 032
Havana. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREP.Y notified that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
riled araint you. and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of vour an-
swer or other pleading to the Com-
!i'V,"..,. ?n,h.' Plnlntlffn attorney
John j. oaeeaoher. mi nw
,7tIl Avenue- >i and file the original with the Clerk
f the above styled Court, on or be-
fore the 19th day of April, 1S71 or a
a E.,.Pv I-EdTHERMAN
defaula will be entered against you.
(Circuit Court Real)
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. M. KISSEE
3/1S-26 4-2-9
assessment of aald oronerty under the
aid rt : at! i- ui : n. in the
name ', iis,;ir Crawford.
This deed will be issued suhji I
l!'?n County liens.
l-.it : Block 4, Kendall Gardens, Wai
Rn-,k 85 Page 12S in Ihe County "f
Dade, suit.- .,f Florida, as embraced
In Certificate No 5211 The assess-
ment of said property imdi r the said
certificate issued was in the name of
Allied Dev Cm &
This deed will lie i--u.il subject to
I!i7" County taxes and liens.
S 165 ft of N 33" ft of W 320 ft nf
Block 3. J. I. Wml.lv Bub. Plal Rnok
3 Pace M4. Sections 22 and t. Town-
ship -, Bouth. Ranee 3ft East, contain.
In* l 21 acres mure or less. In the
County of Dade. State of Florida, as
embraced in Certificate No fiiin-J The
assessment of said nrnnertv under the
said certificate Issued was In the
name of Phillnna o. Morgan
This deed will be issued subject to
"'7 t'nless said certificates shall he re-
deemed accordlne to law. the nro-
nertv described berr-in will be sd.i
to the hiehest bidder for cash at the
Court House door on the first Mon-
day In the month nf Mav ,\ p 1071
which is the 3rd day of May AD.
lsn"5 ,hi'' :!Uh <,ay of S*ash. ah
E- B T.PATHERMAX
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida
By: P F Of I nSTRAXD
r*t ,. Dennty Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
.__________________ 4'?-9-1-23
P.AV-
:
NOTICE UNDER
.'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersized desirine ,0 eneaae
In business under the fictitious e!km.
of DIAMOND AND COMPANY .,
_ V.l '."."""i'' reeister said name
Sn.h.Vn"? of ,h* Cir" CoTm
of Dade Conntv Florida
BARRY B. DLAMONT>
3/19-2* 4/2-9
|i IVID KREEGER
1 ,
V. iTI, -l.- |( I ...
riled F .
fnl .,..1,... i- .
II ,1- -e I .
1. I'l.-i-, ir ri, ... in,i
''r.l ,.,v of M;.v K-71 V HI
the Honor ibte I >unl) Jud
County, Florida, for .-.'''
Final Renort and for dlstr
final discharge .1- iecu<
estate of the alove-n.im. I
This 2fth .l.v of March. I71
S .len.m. '
.TB-.ROME kreger
S Ilarrv Zukerni. k
Hnrnev
HARRY 7.1'KERNICK
4'0 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida ,,
4 MM'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU^
IN AND FOR DAOF rni^TY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
Nc 71-1'"*
I.IOHN R. B' ANTfiN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn PP. K-.t,. ct
Ft 174 ttPTTi \v\ \fr.cT \\:.'
I -, Iir/TTV JVY M..OII IVH
k 'i IIPTTV AN'V R*V P ";
KI
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te
a
t
1-
aat
of
'8
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ute
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.
Tr. A>1 Ceeditor<
nd All F-

'aims or Demands A
Fc*',">: j m
Vol, ^rp rr,.v,v r,,,|lfi.-l f\Zl
oiilred to neesent anv claim" J
"^1id which '" irnv '"'"' ,Wj
ho e>Me or ri.i'.nPi'K \fi--l
ppttv ,VN.,rl
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a V a
k 'n --
^-cesed late of rid Cniintr {,^1
Ms. *o the Cnttptv Jtld^eo .,_ I
County, and file the """- '"->iiil
" m. Flo- "e |n th pc.-lv COW' 2, I
TV.de Coi.ntv r'e'-'tl. 'V" f I
"Ifiit" m--">-c -om *h" l,IW|,
the fieo mivticst'on hereof, w
" ni n ,,^.^ .t I
rlM< tt Ml.nl CTorldT this I
day of Ma"*- n' ''"'
Miprt, 0'"Y
as ir-vec"*n- (I
H-1-.t nhllc<'np o/ 'his nntl"
RICHARDS. H1CKEY All '',*#?


Lpril 9,
1971
VJewisti Mr radian
Page 11-C
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
jJNTY JUDGES COURT
., FOR DAOE COUNTY.
iBIOA IN PROBATE
No 71-410
K'e of
LAB.
riCE TO CEDITORS
rs mid All Persona Hnv-
licinaud.s Against Saul
[ hereby notified and requir- \
r..t anv claims and demands!
rnay have agalnsl ihe en-
C TH( i.mas, deceased late I
lounty, Florida, to the Coun-
cil Dade County, and file
duplicate ami as provided
733 H. Florida Statutes, in
v in the County Oourt-
ide County, Florida, wlth-
[:'.lar months from the Maae
i-u'.lication hereof, or tin*
i- barred,
;,t Miami, Florida, this L"_'n.l
larch. A.D. 1971.
[MAI.'Y C. THOMAS
a- Administratrix
bublirntmn (if this notice on
day of March. 1971.
HAYS & OKITNDWBRG
for Administratrix
lev H'jildiiiR-
noridn 33132
:i 21 4 ::-n-is
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
IctiTIOUS NAME LAW
flC IS IIKI1K1IV GIVEN that
erslgned desiring t<> encage
undi'r the fictitious names
>AVID OLICKMAN
OLICKMAN. DO.
,W. iiiTih Street, Opa-Locka,
Intends to register said name-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
bunty, Florida,
ru> G-LICKMAN, HO, p.A,
David (ilickman. Pres.
ikrc. fhomreru
TH P A.
rs for applicant
w Flagler street
lorida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
r,EcL|yE^H JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71.5422
,........SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOANNE DEITCH D'ANDRBA
Plaintiff,
l.<>i is PHILLIP D'ANDRBA,
Defendant
To LoulaPhlllip D'ANDRBA
Residence L'nknown
in, Louis Phillip D'Andrea, are
her. I ;- notified thot n -ftiil- ,,f Chm-
plalnt i.r Divorce has 1.....n filed
against you, and you are required to I
serve s copy of your Answer or Plcnd-
V.\K '".""' ',l" "f Complaint on the
iiaintiffs attorney, w.m.tkh e
mackoii- Ksy. 1219 city National
Bank lluildmit. Miami. Florida and
file tin original Answer or Pleading
m the office ol th.- cu rk of th.- Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 29th day
of April. 1971. If you tail lo i1o so
Judgment l.y default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks I
in TUB JEWISH FI-OHiHIAN'.
DONE AND-ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tiii> 22nd day of March A.r>.
1971.
E H LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, I>ade Countv. Florida
By: R. M. KIS8BE
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
WITEK K MACKOUIa ESQ.
1219 City National Rani; Building
Miami. Florida 33130
\tt.rncy for Plaintiff
3'20 4 2-9-16
3/26 4/2-9-18
NOTICE OF ACTION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
kENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
JUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-4654
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LYNX ST1KG,
In.
STIEG, JR..
mil
l\ I' ST1EO, JU.
l3-22lst street
ui- v llage, Illinois
IJOIIN V. BTIEG, JR., aie
tin- "I thai a Hill of Cnm-
r Divorce has been filed
"u, and you are required to
ipy of your Answer or Plead-
I tl Bill of i 'omplalnl on the
attorney, MATTHEW
ESQUIRE, 126 8.E 2nd
Miami. Florida and file the
Answer or Pleading in the
f the Clerk of the Circuit
Ion Or before Ihe 'J'.'.yii ilav of
97!. if you mil to do so. jiidg-
default win be taken against
the r.li.f demanded In the I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictltioua name
of ITNCLE SAMS SCItS at 173-75
Sunny Isles Boulevard, North Miami
Reach. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of pade Countv. Florida.
PI'HPI.E SOALLION. INC
1<>: SHIRLET Tl'NIS, President
MICHAEL P. CHASE
\tt.irney for
Punde ScalHon. Inc
lf'On 8 \V. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 33129
3 19-21 4 2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
___THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 71-5559
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SARA TURNER,
Plaintiff,
GEORGE\V. TURNER,
Defendant.
TO: GEORGE W. TURNER
e '< Kslelle Keith
'.'"> Camp Btreet
l-ftulsvnie.KeTRucfty
You GEORGE \V. TURNER are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has I.,. n filed
against you, ami you art required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Comnlaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney GOLDMAN,
GOLDSTEIN PACZIER, A. K.
PACZIER. ESQ., 24m \V. Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33135 Tele: I
642-2411 and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the clerk
of the Circuit court on ..r before the
30th day of April. 1971 If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TUB JEWISH Fl.ORIDlAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 23rd day of March, A D.
1971.
B. H LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
circuit Court. Dado County, Fieri.la
By: R. M K1S8EK
Denuty Cirri;
(Circuit Court Sean
A. B PAC/.IF.H. RS i
GOLDMAN. GOLDSTEIN &
PACZIER
2491 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33133
Tel: (42-2411
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3 26 4 2-9-16j
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.KF.HY GIVEN that
[the undersigned, desiring to engage
:in business under the fictitious name,
of NATIONAL SECURITY A LA KM
SYSTEMS at P.O. Box 81, Uleta
Brain i Miami, Fla. Intends lo reglut- ,
i said name with the cu-rk of the'
Circuit Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
MARK-STEVEN
INTERNATIONAL, INC.,
a Florida corporation
i :> si. v.n II, Snantsls
:: :<; 4 2-9 ,ju
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1020
FRANK B. DOWLINC
III HE: Estate of
LEON FERLUW
lie. a-. .I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are horeby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you mas have against the es-
tate ol LEON FEBLOW deceased
late of Hade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Da.de county, and
file the same In duplicate and as
provided In section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Hade County. Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
day of March. AD. 1971.
ANNE M FEBLOW
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the llnh day of March. 1971.
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Administratrix
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 3:11:19
3/19-36 4 2-9
mnlaint.
ii.. Khali
ek for four
JEWISH
be pulil'shod once
utlve weeks
PI ORIDIAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami.
tins loth ilav of Mar. Il A.I)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. '1-5459
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
FELICIA Pol.A.
Plaintiff,
vs.
.HAN ANT' INIO POLA,
Defendant.
YOU .HAV ANTONIO POLA, GoL
curia 11. Santos SUnrez. Havana
Cnba, ARB HBRBBY NOTIFIED lo
file your written defense to thi" di-
vorce with the Court's Clerk and serve
: copy u!n Plaintiff's Attorneys,
VON ZAMFT & SMITH. 1112 Capital
Hank Building, Miami. Florida on or
before the 30th day nl April. 1971,
else the Complaint will !>' taken as
confessed
DATED: M Ml 23 I9TI
H It LEATHERMAN, i i BRK
BY: P. P COPE! AND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court S.al>
3 ; 4 L'-9-1K
B : BATHERMAN, Clerk
Court, Pad. ("ounlv. Florida
Bj v \ HEWETT
In nut v Cl.rk
. Court Si ..'1
| WAV GIS8BX, ESQUIRE
2nd Street
Florida
for Plaintiff
3 19-26 4 2-9
j county judges court
and for dade county,
Floridain probate
No. 71-1271
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
IOTICE TO CREDITORS
K.-laie 0(
'NFS
t
tors and All Persons Hav-
ims or Demands Against Bald
ai.' hereby notified and r. -
present any lalras and de-
wiii.h you may have ngi
of IDA KRONES .leased
di County, Florida, to the
Iu.Il-. s of Pad.- County, and
.in. in duplicate and as
in Section 783.16, Florida
p. in their office- in the Coiiii-
II-. in hade County, Flor-
|hln six calendar months from
of the first publication here-
- .mi. h :il bi barred,
..t Mi.mo Florida, tins 26th
larch, Ah 1971.
BEN KRONES
a- Executor
publication of this notice on
I day of Aoril, 1971.
;api AN. of MYERS
IN, POUTER, LEVINSON
[IN
t> for Executor
l> l Sl
Florida 33130
-V2-9-1 :--.'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HOWARD'S SUPER LIQUORS at
511-515 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beachi Florida mi. nds to regtstei '
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
K & I> PAR. INC.
a Florida corporation
1 :\ 1 >a vd Wilson. Pres,
PROMKF.Ki!. Fill i.MI'.KUC, &
ROTH P.A.
Attorneys for applicant
M-102, 19 W. Flagler Stn i t
Miami, Fla.
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBY GIVBN tl I
the undi rslg... .1. .1. irlng to <
in business und.r the fictltioua nann
of A FS at 11043 N.B. Sixth A
Miami, Florida Intends lo regiater i i
name with the Clerk of the Clrcuil
i loui t of I lade i 'ountj. Flor i
AMERTi "A '-' I'll M SYS" 'EMS
By: Bl'RT DUBt 'is. President
RICHARD A GR< >SS
rnej for
American Film Systems, inc.
60S Lincoln Ri ad
Miami Hi ach. Fla.
By: BARRY 1' SCHREIBER
3 2'" l
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 71-5562
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
REYNOIJ) ZAMORA,
Plaintiff,
MARGARET M. ZAMORA.
Defendant.
To MARGARET M ZAMORA
706-27th Street
.. City, New Jersey
You. MAHOARBT M. ZAMORA an
herebj notlfli thai a Bill ol Com-
plaint for I : orco lias hi n filed
x u. :'.! you are r. quin n to
., v. n "in voui- Answer or Plead-
ing t.. the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, stone .
SOSTCH1N, 1497 N VV 7th Si Miami.
Florida 33"12S and fill thi original
\i.-w.r or Pleading i" the office ..f
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the soth daj of April, 1971. If
vou fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will i"- Is..... sgalnst you ror
. net di iid.d In the Bill ol
Complaint. .
This noli.e shall he published
..oh week for four cons..uti\e weeka
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 33rd day ol March A.I'.
F 1! LEATHKP.MAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida
By: c P. O ii'Ki IND
Denutj Clerk
(Clrcuil court Seal!
STONE A SOSTCHIN
1497 N W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida 33125
Phone R42-0722
Attorneye for Plalntlfl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of TATKA PAINTING Ik REPAIR
COMPANY nl SIR 80th Street, Miami
Beach, Forlda intend %i register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Curt of Dad. County, Florida.
I.AS/.l.i' V'ARGA
ANDRBJ PALASCAK
Louis Levine
Attorney for applicants
:;-." Lincoln Road
M am! Leach. Fla
3 19-26 4 2-9
iv the ''nl V.Y .II'DHES COl'IlT
,N Xnd for s^swS2acr*,PIft
Kll'A NO ri-1173 M'TU L TO
CRE1XTOR8 IN RE: Estate of
AKTIH'R H I F^ IS. Dfi .a-..l
Vou are required within 6 calendar
months from the flnrt publlcatloin oi
,;8 not,,. ,.. file ui tin above Court.
In writing, und.r oi th, ind h due -
,.,!.. any claim or drBI.....I J "
have or claim to ha
., ARTHITI 11 I BW1S, de-
. ... i. nthi rwisi snmi will he barceji.
PHEI M v E BV IS '
HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1075
BBtate of
NEWHl-UtGBR
[notice to creditors
a Creditors Mid All Persons Hav-
c me or llemands Against Said
lire hereby notified and recjulr-
praaenl any claims and demands |
I you may have against the es- i
h'f MAX s. NBWBBRGBR dc- I
late ,,f Hade County, Florida. I
County Judges of Dade County,
pie the same in duplicate nnil ns
lied In Section 733. IB, Florida
ites. in their offices In the
|y Courthouse In Dade County,
within six calendar months
. I time of the first publication
f. or the name will be barred.
>d at Miami, Florida, this 15
If March. A D. 1971
ROSE NBWBBRGBR
Aw Executrix
Publication of this notice on
\ day nf March. 1971.
A. EPSTBfN
' for Estate
"coin Road
Beach. Fla. 33139
3/21 4/2-9-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-6157
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MALI' Q IV NIBBAUBR,
Plaintiff,
RICHARD AMBROSE NIBBAUBR.
|i. lend.. Il
Ti l: RICHARD AMBRl isE
NIBBAUBR
409 E. Illinois 1! I
ijlko Forest. Ulmola t'.>>"45
You. RICHARD AMBROSB NIB-
BAUBR, are hereby notified that a
Hill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you. and you arc
required to serve a cops of your
Inswer or Pleading to the Hill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney.
PAIL KWITNBY, ESQ., 480 Lincoln
Road, Miami Peach. Florida 33139
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing m the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 4th
day of May, 1!'7I If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be '";"
against vou for the relief demanded in
the Hill of Comnlaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THB.IEWISH FLOKIHIAN. .
IX")NM AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 31st day of March A.I>
1171
E R LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Curt. Dade Countv. Florida
By: I- 8NBEDBSN
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PA ITT, KWITNBY
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florlda-
Attomeya for Plaintiff 4/,.,.lt.M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ Bit
ui i. i. desiring to .
i. | u. ... u,ui( r tin tlou i nme
. f mii.t. iN \SSOCl VTBP at ':-
Dixie Highwi North Miami. Florida
.., ,i i, ,. ti i nald i .mi. a
Cli rk I thi i Iri ull t ui
County, Florida
MITTTON STEIN
'BERGER
Vttorne> for App
. o. v k |9th \ i .ii'
North Mian I Bi u h, I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTi I0US NAME LAV/
NOTICE IS HERBBY fllVWN that
thi undi rail ni d, desiring to
i i m ni sn undi r thi fli -iti..n* ni me
.., R SCAYNE AUTO RECOVERY
BUREAI at 720 N w. 27th Avenue,
.Miami. Florida Intends to aeerlsti r
sold name with the Clerk oi. tie Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County Fl I tla,
THE CENTURION I BGRSWINC
3 4 '.'- >
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OfVBN that
the undersigned, desiring Lp engage
In business under the fictitious name
..f HIRSCH CATERERS INC. at ISIS
71st Street, Miami Beach, Florida in-
tends to r. Id name with t>^c
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
JEAN HIRSCH
3/" 4'2-9-lfi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
\ MEDIC MUSKS RBG1PTRY at
r.d.10 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida intend to -egislfr said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Paile County. FlnHHa
lirtiv W HWwV4RE
1 II.I.IAN liEVTNE
BEATRICE COIU.N
RONAI D I. HA vis
Attorney for
Amedio Nurs.s RewNttry
417 Hlseayne BnildiTig'
1 Miami. Florida 33inft fSTO-'Si^
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 70 A 2049
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN thai
i Nathaniel \V Siegel, holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sal.- Certificates numbered
325 and 79l8 Issued the first day of
' June A 11 1967, has filed same iii
i my office, and has made application
for B tax dei'd to be Issued thereon
Said ...-till, ales .-ml.race the follow-
ing, described property. In the County
of Dade. State of Florida, to wit:
Lot ;l Block :. Orchard Villa El .
Plat Hook 17 Page .",."., Section 14,
Township ":; South, Range 41 East,
in the CoUpty of Dade, State of Flo-
rida, as embraced in Certificate No.
::_.". Th. as.-, ssinenl of said property
under thi said certificate issued was
in tin i.ame ol Julia Sweeney c/o
John F. Allison
Tins deed Will be issUed Slllljcot to
all other outstanding delinquent Cltj
of Miami taxes and liens and 197(1
Count] tuxes ..ml 1970 City ol Miami
taxes and li.-'is.
l.ot> K A 9 Block I. fl W. Moodys
Subdivision, Plat Book l Page i"''..
m the Count) ol Hade, state oi Flo-
rida, .- ml ra ed In Certlficati Ni
791 ^ The a- essment of said pro-
pert] under the said certificate Issued
was in Ho name of Leon Milliard &
u Gladys
lias del il 111 be ii sui d subji ct lo
lain 'ouit j liens
llnh h said i rtlfli at-s shall bi re-
,,., m, rl .riling Ui law, the pro-
perty described herein will Of sold
.,, [hi rid. i i ash at the
, ,, | h iu ir on the first Mm day
in the in mth of May. \ >' '
|rd day of .May. A IV
i ati .1 this 39th day of \i. h, \ D
I-: i! 1 BATHERMAN
ourt.
Cot '' "
II, p. F. Gl'l DST1LVND
I |>U I
Circuit Court Seal
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl ITK'E IS HBREin GIVBN that
gn ed
hu undi the flctitioui
.l.AII.W PLAZA, ..i 2135 N W.
\ Rivei l "-.\.-. Miami, Florida In-
r said name with the
Clei k the Clrcuil d url of Dade
County, Fli
I'NITY HALL. INC
By: E. T. STEPHENSON, President
RENNETT FELDMAN of
CIHAVt il'' .< FEI.DMAN
Vttorneyc for I'NITY HALL, INC.
[lulldlng,
i.. w ei' Flagb r Strei I,
. Miami, Florida 33130
,: i" _.; I 2-9
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Je*ist! tturiURam
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Mai 373-4605
for messerger ssrrlce
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
fcLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 71-5724
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN P. SIIAI.CHICK,
Plaintiff.
ZADIi: Mai; .siuv.thick.
II. lelldallt.
TO: ZADIE MAE SI1AIXTH1CK,
0 X.ALHI-: MAB f I.AY
- .Jl''',lS.^""-st ,0lJ' Avenue. Apt J-
Slantiallaii. New York
Vou. KADIE MAE SIIAI.CHICK. I
hereb) notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been fi). .1
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, K.VOEI. Sl
HAI.PKKN. 11'ii N.W. 10th Ave. Sui'e
17-G, Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleuaing in the
office nf the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on >r before the 7th day if
May. 1971. If o>u fall to do so. iud^-
ni.nt by default will lie taken against
you for the relief demanded in thai
Hill of Comnlaint.
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecuUve we* H
111 THE JEWISH Fl.OItlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this J.MIi day of March A. D.
1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florid
By: c L. ALEXANDER
Denuty cu-rk
/Circuit Court Seal)
BNOEL& HAI PERN
linn N.W. H'tli Ave.. 17-C
Miami, Florida 33130
1 2-9-1S-C8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-6079
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DIVORCE
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
GERALD MINASSIAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARGARET A MINASSIAN,
Defendant.
TO: MARGARET A MINASSIAN
.".7 West Linden Avenue
I turnout, N.w Jersey
YOl' AI1E IIEHKHY NOTIFIED
that an action lor Hivorce lias been.
filed against you and you are r -
luired to serve a copy of your writs
len defenses, if any. t.. it on GOR-
DON w TAYI.OR, attorney for Plal -
tiff, whose address is IRO0 NE 123 I
Sir. .1. North Miami. Florida, a 1
file ill. original with the clerk of t1 e
above styled Court on or before May
7. 1971; otherwise a default .on be
entered against you for the relli I ,: -
manded In Hie complaint or petltio .
This notice shall be published on >
each week for four consecutive wei J
in TH F. n:\VISll FI.OLII dAN
WITNE8S my hand and the si 1
of said court at Miami. Florida. >U
ilns ::"iii day ..f March. 1971.
F. P. LEATHERMAN
\. il. rk I the Circuit Court
I lade i "i.univ. Florida
By: C P c< IPELAND
As H.outv Clerk
nORTH iN W TAVI OR
Attorn, v for Plaintiff
i -a" \ E I23rd S'reet
North Ml ni'' Florida
''.......!ISM" 4.1-I I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1124
lOOWLINGl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t., im: Bmi its ..;
JACOB KAPLAN
11.....
| To AH Creditor* and All Persons TI -
B Cliilmn or Demands Against Bald
I! 'rile:
Vou are hereby notified and r-
1 quired i...... i" any claims and de-
mands which you may have asrall I
pvtat. of iM'ol'. KAPI.A N
. 11 '. County. Fli
..,, ii,,. I...... fudges of Pad. i'
I v ;,nd fit. Ihe 'ill.' Ill duplic.i 'e
niul .-.' !"' rided n Sec.....i 733 16. Flor-
.i gfatntes, iii their offices In tl B
Coiiplv ".....ii-' iii Pad.. <
Florida, w tthln siv eal.....I ir moi I -
from the I I the flrat nublical
. ..... will he barred
I ,i. i nl \i ..,i. Florida. Il"
ilay .1 Man '' '"71
< ,- ... -; Ksve
Mil ti iv s KA YE
C \ .M .1 K u
m;- i J KAPLAN
\< I've,-III.'Vs
...I.- in.....f ihis notici
i .1 A..-l|. 1D71
, i .. -in > v pi IRTBR,
I i'\ I v-s, ,\- I i-V i v
... .. >, ..-,,,'
. a ft V lt Street, Miami
'
wfiTirr n\> PI IBI.IC.ATION
im -rue rio/niT r-nijRT cic THE
ELEV^>ITU iiifMCIAI riTtjlT 0s
p. nmnA IM AND FOR
PA r.F rOIINTY.
M ^ Tl.^fi^l
g|IIT cno rMVORCE
\. > i'1-iv ncHW VRT5S,
Plnli
PIT \ si'inr II'I'Z.
' .. -I.....
, | pit v si i v i:T7
p,,.^ia, ,,. I .,o, -'
v,,ii RITA SCHWARTZ, are her-
hv notified Ibnt n Hill of Comnlaint
for Divorce has been filed nealnsr
you, and you are renuired to s-er*
. nnv ..' j ''" V'iswer or Pleadl |
In the Hill of Comnlaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney \v \l i ace N MAKR.
a-. RlKcavne Bids.. Miami.. Fla. SS186
and file the nrlalnal Answer or Plen.1-
ini' in the office nf the Clerk of th
Circuit Court "! ->r before the 23rd
dav of Aoril. 1971 If VOU fall lo dn SO.
judgment by default will he taken
npainst vou for ihe relief demanded
in the Rill of Comnlamt
This notice -hall be published once
each w-.-ek for tnnr consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOPIDIAN.
DONE \\n DRDBRBD at Miami,
Florida Ihis inth ilav of March AD.
IsTl
E It l.K \THKRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Pade Countv. Florida
By: MAH'ICKRITE KENT
H. ,ii tv Clerk
(Circuit Coun Seal)
WALLACE N MAER
4"'. Hiscayne Hide
Miami. Fla. StlaO
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/19-26 4/3-1


Page 12-C
UNDER THE STRICT SUPERVISION Of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS ARE Pt EDGED TO
GIVE THE BEST QUALITY AT THE LOWEST
PRICES OR YOUR MONEY BACK!
&
WE SELL U.S. GOV'T INSPECTED CHOICE 1 PRIME
BEEF CUTS ONLY!
+Jewlstftcridltari
Friday, April 9,
FOOD
FAIR
RUSHER MARKETS
PRICES EFFECT/VE THRU FRIDAY, APRIL 2nd
M>AM> BEACH, 1845 ALTON ROAD
10th A WASHINGTON AVE.
N. MIAMI BEACH, 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
MIAMI. 2091 CORAL WAY
a
OPEN SUNDAYS, 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
lOHi & WASHINGTON AVENUE
& 163rd SHOPPING CENTER
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND SHOPPING
PLEASURE ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MEATS &
POULTRY DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW
KOSHtR IE PtSACH
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS WILL
OPEN SUNDAY APRIL 4th
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
>. AT 16W ST. SHOPPING OUTER A 10* A WASHINGTON AVI., M.B. ONIY ONE STOP SHOPPING FOR YOUR COMPUTE GROW
NEEDS FOR PASSOVER FROM SOUP TO NUTS!
Wth DAY
APRIL
J5th DAY
NISAN
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
WILL BE CLOSED SUNDAY APRIL 11th
IN OBSERVANCE OF PASSOVER
The management and employees extend to you and your families
best wishes for
A JOYOUS AND
FESTIVE PESACH
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
REV. JACOB B. KATZ, Ass't Dirtcter REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSL
Sol.s Mc.gerv. SONNY and JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
MORRIS GROGER MURRY RUBIN SOL SEIGEl HARVEY MEYERS
Suptnhw. PHILIP KATZ
2091 Coral Way, Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
163rd Street Shopping Center 9 19th Street at Alton Road
O 'Oth Street & Washington
ht
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


tJewish Flaridian
Miami. Florida Friday April 9. 1971
Section D
.. '

./.'4^>:v.*
:-''-?>-. ?
j^M***'
0m$
,,.but iv) every geijeratioi)
sorj)e Ijave rtoer)" agayjst us
to awityitate as, M ttye f
9|oly0^6lessedis3ie, a
HAqqADAM.I
tStctngl ^Sentenced, Jjut (SJnon Wiesenthal. 62. head of the Vienna Doo-
uroemation Center of the Federation of Jewish
Victim* of the Nazi Regime, hai tracked down
more than 1,100 Nazi crimlMla, Including Ado!'
Ki.lunann, Franz Stand and the OeeUpO oHl
who arrested Anne Frank Moet ol Ma OWD famllj
H u i by til. S'asli)
By SIMON WIESENTHAL
The former SS Hauptsturm fueher Franz
Stangl was found guilty of causing the
deaths of 400,000 Jews, when he was c
commandant of the extermination camp
Treblinka from August. 1942, until Sep-
tember. 1943. on Dec. 22. 1970. He was
sentenced to imprisonment for life. This
was the greatest criminal case in the his-
tory of German judicature, and. with the
exception of the Eichmann trial, the most
important trial against an individual
criminal.
Since 1948 we were concerned with
this case. In 1948 Stanql, who was im-
prisoned in Linz for murder, according to
the euthanasia program at the Hartheim
castle, escaped and went to Damascus,
Syria, with the help of "Odessa," an un-
derground organization. A year later his
family joined him there. In 1952 we re-
ceived information about his whereabouts
in Damascus, but since the Arab authori
ties do not cooperate with us we could
not attempt anything and Stangl's trace
was lost.
In 1959 we were certain he had lef*.
the Arab countries and lived in South
America, but we had no authentic infor-
mation about his whereabouts. Only in
1964 did we receive some information
about Stangl's whereabouts, for which if
correct we were ready to pay a reward of
S7.000. Checking the information proved
difficult because Stangl had changed his
first name.
In 1966 we were certain that he lived
in Sao Paulo and worked in the Volks-
wagen factory there. But up to that date
Brazil had never extradited a Nazi crim-
inal. Therefore we had to have extensive
Continued On Page 4-D
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re
rage 2-D
+JenisfnorMian
Friday. April 9, 197J
A Happy Passover To All .
MISHCON
FAMILY
NORTH DADE FURNITURE
HOME OF NAME BRANDS
FURNITURE BEDDING ACCESSORIES
QUALITY LOW PRICES SERVICE
Located on U.S. Highway 441 at 199th Street
19926 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 621-1721
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
A Happy Passover To All .
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
633-9661
l. STANLEY "BUDDY" BERENSON
And Associate*
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
Holiday Greetings From
BOND-WAGONER FOOD BROKERS
1130 S.E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 885-3562
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SMITH TERMINAL WAREHOUSE and CO.
3535 N.W. 112STREET.MIAMI
Phone: 665-0325
Holiday Greetings
GLASS DRY CLEANERS
1200 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
Phone 371-1168
Passover Reflections
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Weizmann once said. "Jews have long
memories." How true! The events which
Passover commemorates occurred 3.000
years back, but we still remember them.
Actually, there is the same problem to-
day. Israel was fighting Egypt then, and is
still fighting Egypt.
The Egyptians today seem to think in the
same old way. In the days of Moses, they
didn't want an increase in the Jewish popula-
tion, so it was ordered that all male Jewish
children be drowned.
Today or only a few days ago, the
Egyptian Prime Minister was guoted as say-
ing that if Israel agreed not to admit any
more Jews, so that its population would not
be increased, they would be ready to recog-
nize the state of Israel.
Nice people those Egyptians! Suppose
Israel turned around and said it would rec-
ognize Egypt only if it agreed to limit its
population!
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION began
with the battle of Lexington in the spring and
the Israeli revolution in Egypt also occurred
in the sPItMfcJ?1.ere s ,Jpnietning about
spring that makes you want to be free. May.
be it's because it's the time of the year when
you are not locked in your home. One can
resign himself perhaps to be a slave in
January and February but not in April and
May!
The American Revolution had its mid-
night ride or anyway a walk.
And Benjamin Franklin at the Continen-
tal Congress in 1776 proposed that the seal
of the new United States should bear an
engraved picture showing the Israelis es-
caping from Pharaoh. He saw a parallel be-
tween that and the American Revolution.
: **r ft
PASSOVER IS THE festival of freedom.
Just what is freedom?
Some of the oriental Jews during the Pass-
over holiday wear clothes with extra large
sleeves, because freedom is the ability to
move your arms about.
Freedom is also the ability to move you;
Continued On Page 6-0
TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
Incorporated
SERVICE TO YOU ... IS OUR PLEASURE"
6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE OX 6-4440
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP.
255 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI
Phone 377-2754
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Palm Island of Miami
THE REtNHARO FAMIU
100 N.E. 3rh STRUT
MIAMI, nORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
HOBART MANUFACTURING CO
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
DIXIE NATIONAL BANK
OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PERRINE, FLA.
Phone: 238-3535
9100 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Ph. 759-5702
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
Ted and Dorothy Patterson, Owners
Repair and Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 33127 Phone 379-6127
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
KEYSTONE TRAILER COURT
6307 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 7546295
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
CUSTOM DOORS & INTERIORS by MEHL
380 N.E. 191 st Street 625-3451
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL .
WELL BILT PRODUCTS, INC.
5561 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-5276
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARL'S CAMERA SHOP
7'r01 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-3733
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ACE-RELIABLE AUTO LEASING
HARRY HOLTZMAN
1031 -5th Street, Miami Beach 672-0421
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BROWNSVILLE DRUG STORE
4634 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone: 634-7233
THE BERMAN AND LEVITT FAMILIES OF
HI-GRADE FOOD CO.
355 N.E. 71tt STREET MIAMI Ph 7 A HAPPY PASSOVeS TO ALL .P\75805'6
A Happy Passover To AH
VENETIAN
BOARDING HOME
1330 NE Bay shore Dr.
Miami 379-7649
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN K. SPECT0I
Administrators
GREETINGS
MARTHA'S
I'lowt-r Shop
Our Wedding Work is Superb
Flowers for All Occasions
"A Complete Floral Service"
Art with Flowers
3921 Alton Road
538-5523
A Happy Passover To All
CARPET MART
970 SW. 8th Street
LOUIS & MARY PLOTKIN
Owners
Phone 379-4442
TO ALL .. GREETINGS
RICHTER'S
"25 Years Experience-
Custom Upholstering
Furniture Repairing
Refinishing Painting
Antique* a Specialty
1343 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 374-7804
A Happy Passover To AH
CRAWFORD
ELECTRIC
3925 South Wet 82 At*
Miami, Florida
Phone 221-4632
JOHNS
Gulf Service
ROAD SERVICE
MECHANIC ON DUTY
Phone 681-9133
JOHN PASTORELLA, Prop
N.W. 7th Ave and 125th Sritt



Friday. April 9. 1971
MSMffft ntrldinn
Page 3-D
Prrsidont Zubmin Shay-ir was pfMflBtad with
the first set of the new two volume. 1.300
l>:iK- "r-nryi lopedla of Zionism anil Israel."
Tin- President (eenter) responding to the
presentation made by Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
chairman of the Jewish Agency, who original-
ly conceived the Encyclopedia, and Dr. Ra-
phael Fatal, EnOYclopedIn editor. From left
to ri"ht are Harold J. McGfaw, Jr., president
of .McGraw-IliU Book Company, co-publisher
with the Her/1 Press, Dr. Neumann, Presi-
dent Sha/.ar. Dr. Patai, and David I, Eggen-
beigWi edltOr-in-Chief of Me<;raw-Hills Pro-
fessional and Reference Book Division.
Happy Passover To All
ADVANCE METAL
PRODUCTS, INC.
2445 N.W. 76th Street
Ij: Phone 691-2535

AMERICANA
TOURS
WORLD WIDE
TRAVEL SPECIALISTS
Phone: 377-2758
For information, reservations,
and tickets
245 S.E. First Street,
Miami, Florida 33131

1 A Happy Holiday To All
1 t>J5^ ML0** J^ OF MIAMI
Women's Apparel
319 N.W. 25th STREET
MIAMI
f PHONE: 634-6248

I HAROLD J. SEGAL,
REALTOR
1 1688 Meridian Avenue
1 Miami Beach, Florida
I Phone 538-8643

Holiday Greetings From
THE
11 KEYES
i COMPANY

OIK
16th
YEAR

Realtor-South's Largest
100 Biscayne Blvd.
371-3592
1023 Lincoln Road Mall
531-5803

WE WISH YOU
<* health
x prosperity
a> peace
and a most
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
and
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ
and Daughter LORI LYNN
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FROM
THE MILLER FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc.
Commercial-lndustrial-Air Conditioning-Wiring
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
8508 S.W. 129th Ter., Perrine CE 536U>
FOXY LADY BOUTIQUE
1732 79th Street Causeway, Miami Beach
Phone 865-1016
NATIONAL
TITLE
ABSTRACTS TITlt INSURANCi MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-6220
A Happy Passover To All .
RICHARD IVES JIM CONWAY
Ready Potatoes, Inc.
2201 N.W. 25th Avenue
Phone 635-4437
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
J. S. BLAIN
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
REAL ESTATE
Selling Southern Florida for the Past 45 Years
807 OLYMPIA BLDG. Dial 373-3255
aj:o\ t:. m<*askiix
OF
McAskill Publishing Company
3811 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Wants to Wish All of His Friends
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
A Happy Passover To All .
MR. & MRS. JACK KIRSCHBAUM, C.L.U.
OF
THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES
10C Biseayne Boulevard, North
FR 1-5691 MU 1-0153
A Happy Passover To All .
DE CONNA ICE CREAM COMPANY
3292 N.W. 38th STREET Miami Ph. 635-2421
DR. and MRS. MILTON SANES GOLDMAN
and daughters Rose Hannah and Lynn Esta
533 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Extend Best Wishes for Passover
to Their Friends and Relatives _______
Passover Greetings From .
CORAL GABLES LINCOLN MERCURY
4001 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables Phone 445-7711
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
NU WAY REFINISHING CO.
436 S.E. 10th Court, Hialeah, Fla.
Phone 888-7492
A Happy Passover To All .
FLEEMAN BUILDERS
-fLEEMAN BOUT MEANS BET1E* BUILT"
11101 S.W. 176th STREET Ph. 235-7811
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
STEELMAN CATERERS
A Happy Passover To All .
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
ALL FORMS Of INSURANCI
113 AIMERIA AVENUE C0AAI GABIES
Phone 443-2553
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A
Happy
Passover
To All .
DAV!D STUZIN. President
CITIZENS

vsa
FEDERAL SAVINGS B_-
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF METROPOLITAN MIAMI
Now 5 Convenient Offices to Serv. You
MIAMI REGIONAL OFFICE : 830 BRICKELL AVENUE
HIALEAH : 400 HIALEAH DRIVE
PALM SPRINGS MILE OFFICE : 401 WEST 49th STREET
-:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO -:
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Holloway Coffee Corporation
421 N.W. 32nd ST. MIAMI. FLA. 633-8257
A Happy Passover To All .
FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
151 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
MARVIN HAVEN
DONALD KAPLAN
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. 71 st STREET
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SAUL MIFIXII & ASSOC, l\(.
1686 N.E. 123rd Street
INORTH MIAMI Phone 891-3302
A Happy Passover To All ..
MR. & MRS.
ALBERT ROSENBERG
& FAMILY
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BLDG., 221 N.W. 1st Court Miami
A Happy Passover To All .
Clyde & Nick Barber Shop
18340 N.W. 7th AVENUE (Next to Frederich's)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM SAM BEN AIM
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL
CLUTCH & PARTS CO., INC.
1401 S. E. 9th Court, Hialeah
Phone 888-6881
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Jake's Standard 23rd Street Station
(New Owner H/ Hamburg)
340-23rd STREET-MIAMI BEACH-5380938 & 532-2110
Stangl Sentenced, But Nazi-Hunt Continues
Continued From Page l0
talks with politically influential people
before the final arrest of Stangl could
take place. A detention in the police quar-
ters, from which the man would have
been released after a few days, would
have set us back many years. After re-
ceiving the consent of outstanding politi-
cal persons we were able to approach
the Austrian Ministry of Justice for issue
of a warrant for arrest and requisition.
After a few dramatic weeks Franz
Stangl was arrested on Feb. 28, 1967. Our
friends all over the world began to call on
the Brazilian embassies abroad, and prom-
inent personalities made statements. Par-
ticularly, the statement of the late Robert
F. Kennedy to the Brazilian Embassy in
Washington helped very much to have
Stangl extradited.
Besides Austria. Germany and Poland
also asked for the extradition, though
Poland had refused to cooperate with us.
Back in 1964 we had asked the Polish gov-
ernment for documents which would prove
Stangl's guilt after having informed the
authorities that we had found his traces.
But the Polish government declared that
they had no material about Stangl, which
later proved to be a blatant lie.
Three months later Stangl was extra-
dited upon the decision of the Brazilian
Supreme Court under two conditions: that
he must not be sentenced to imprisonment
for life because in Brazil there is no life-
long imprisonment, and that, after having
served in Germany he had to be extra-
dited to Austria to be tried for the Har-
theim murders.
Therefore, Stangl will probably be
sentenced to a limited punishment up
to 20 years in Germany. Since Stangl
now is 62 years old we assume that his
later trial in Austria will never take place.
Experts of the domestic situation in
Austria will confirm that the former Nazis
in Austria their number is still esti-
mated at about 400.000 persons play
an important part in election times. Only
a part of these Nazis belong to political
parties; most of them change parties in
each election. After the discovery of the
SS past of one of the ministers. Chancellor
Bruno Kreisky, of Jewish origin himself,
made statements in favor of the Nazis and
took them under his protection.
The controversy between the Socialist
Party and the Documentation Center was
inevitable, because the Socialists had a
political interest in showing the Nazi;
that their party not only had the power
Boulevard
Service
Thomas R. P.t.rs.n, Jr.. and Eugtnia P.Urs.n _
Licensed Dispensing Opticians 30 Years Experience
251 N.E. 14th Strttt Miami 171-TIM
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
RIKKVS STUDIO* /\C.
2256 Coral Way Phone 443-5086
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
DADE REMOVAL SERVICE
Serving the Mortuary Profession
750 N.W. 96th STREET
Phone 696-1452
Holiday Greetings from Jack and Fred Bill
163rd S7HET CYCLE CfrVTW
(Opp. Beth Torah Temple)
Schwin, English & Columbia Bikes, Mechanical Repairs on all
Types of Bikes.________1064 N.E. 163rd St. 945-4541
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
230 NW 5th STREET
Miami
OLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CUTLER leaiH.i:
Bowling I.jmu's IOsI;;nirani
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, DICK and ETHEL
20701 S.W. ALLAPATTAH ROAD, MIAMI
Phone 2351451
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
LOL TAYLOR, IXC.
HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8th AVENUE. HIALEAH
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
EXFtELD'S
4000 N.W. 30th Ave. Ph. 633-1551
A Happy Passover To All
PERFECT
TELEVISION
9541 HARDING AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
A Happy Passover To All
my Customers & Friends
THELMA DAVIS of the
LITTLE RIVER
KNIT SHOP
8206 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 754-3121
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
GABLES
TELEVISION, INC
(formerly Lawrence Television))
131 Giralda Avenue
Coral Gables
Telephone: 448-3456
Holiday Greetings
To Our Customers
WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road
2038 COLLINS AVENUE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STOBS BROS.
Construction Co.
J. ROBERT STOBS, SR.
7010 N.E. 4rh Court, Miami
Phone 751-1692
Mr. I Mrs. JEROME SIMMS
Of
SIMMS
PRINTING COMPANY
116 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
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Friday. April 9. 1971
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to protect them but made it possible for
them to hold highest positions. At the
Socialist party conference in June, 1970,
there were unusually heavy attacks
against the Documentation Center and me.
which roused great attention not only in
Austria but in the whole world. I brought
action against the Chancellor and against
the Minister of Education; both cases were
dismissed because of the immunity of
these politicians.
To ward off this attack was very time-
consuming, and little time was left to our
proper activities, which have been discred-
ited in the eyes of the Austrian public. It is
significant that all trials against Nazi crimi-
nals which took place after the attacks
against us resulted in acquittals, although
all persons were tried for the murder of de-
fenseless people. In a letter to the Minister
of Justice, we demanded that decisive
measures be taken, but this did not change
the attitude oi the Austrian authorities: the
investigation of serious crimes has not
been concluded up to now. Preliminary
proceedings against 873 persons are on
the way, but only one of these persons is
under arrest.
In connection with Aktion Reinhard, the
murder of 1.7 million Jews in Sobibor, Tre-
blinka and Belzec, 65 persons were located
in Austria. Preliminary proceedings have
been under way for eight years. Material
Page 5-D

has been gathered, but nobody has been
arrested even though 42 persons who be-
longed to the Auschwitz camp could be
identified in Austria. The premliminary
proceedings against some of these persons
have been under way since 1960, but no-
. body is under arrest. Preliminary proceed-
ings for murder have been under way for
seven years against hundreds of einsatz-
truppen, einsatzkommandos and polizei-
bataillons. Several of them are still in ac-
tive service. The preliminary proceedings
against 46 persons for the murder of 15,000
Viennese Jews in Minsk has been under
way since 1962.
We placed documentary material at
the disposal of several journalists on anti-
Semitic developments in the Eastern coun-
tries. We consider the rejection of anti-
Semitism an integral part of our activities
because anti-Semitism in the East is aimed
at the Jewish people who survived the ex-
termination machinery of the Nazis. In
connection with the verdict in the Lenin-
grad trial we sent cables to Soviet Premier
Kosygin and the Austrian government. As
a result of our request the Austrian Minis-
try for Foreign Affairs intervened with the
Soviet Embassy in favor of the condemned
persons.
We thank our friends for their financial
and moral support in 1970. We hope to
continue our work with their help.
A Happy Passover To All
MOZ-ALL
OF FLORIDA, INC.
FOR YOUR NEAREST
DEALER CALL:
446-5626
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
SALO
SPORTSWEAR
MANUFACTURER
LADIES SPORTSWEAR
375 N.W. 23rd STREET
A Happy Passover To All
PHYLLIS DEE INC.
6831 N.W. 37th COURT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 691-5840
Besr Wishes
For A Happy Holiday
Botlin Knits Ltd.
(A Division of
Universal Knits, Inc.)
1060 E. 30th ST., HIALEAH|
Ted Bodin. Pres. OX 6-5340
A Hapov Passover To All
CUZZENS INC.
Glen Guard Clothes
Louis Roth Clothes
Johnston and
Murphy Shoes
Bally Shoes
Fontainebleau Hotel
Miami Beach
Phone 532-2995
Holiday Greetings
DON GREENE
PROVISIONS
2900 N.W. 75th Street
MIAMI, FLA. 836-4680
Compliments of
First National Bank of Hialeah
975 W. 49th St., Hialeah
-Bank With A Smile On Palm Springs Mile"
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
LUM'S, INC.
5050 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
MIAMI
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SERGIO'S BAYSHORE BEAUTY SALON
836 S. MIAMI AVENUE, MIAMI
Telephone: 379-9655
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DIXIE GAS CORPORATION
MOE LANGER
6394 So. Dixie Hwy., So Miami PH. 667-2533
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
KING ARTHUR CHAIR CO., INC.
5501 N.W. 38th AVENUE
Ph. 635-3066 Ph. 635-6650
C. DANA WOODMAN
REALTOR
88 Merrick Way Phone HI 3-2534
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FLORIDA SMOKED FISH COMPANY
761 NORTH WEST 21st STREET
PHONE FR 9-6483
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GLOBAL COXTACT LENS. MXC.
BETTER VISION THRU CONTACT LENSES
173 N.E. 64rh Street 754-8607
Holiday Greetinqs From .
CARLSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
General Contractors
554 N.W. 54th ST.____________PI 9-5716
Holiday Greetings
To All .
ARTHU
DAIRY
754-4521
A Happy Passover To All .
Coplan Pipe &
Supply Co., Inc.
3120 N.E. 2nd AVE. 377-8161
Interiors by
LONGS
"FREE CUSTOMER PARKING"
MAKING CONSTANTLY AVAILABLE
NEW and BETTER PRODUCTS FOR YOUR OFFICE
601 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE, MAMI, FLORIDA 33101
TELEPHONE: 377-1551
GREETINGS FROM
Spradley, Riley and Slaughter, Inc.
FOOD BROKERS
3550 N.W. 60th STREET
633-1426
A Happy Passover To All ...
DEPENDABLE PRINTING OFFSET CORP.
1875 W 8th Ave., Hialeah Phone 885-4521
A Happy Passover To All .
DICK'S PET & GARDEN SUPPLY
4273 EAST 4th AVENUE HIALEAH
Telephone 688-3181
Holiday Greetings From .
FLORIO-ROSATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Road, Miami Beach
532-6351
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
JENSEN HANSEN FURNITURE
450 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 444-7469
TO ALL... GREETINGS
IXIMMIO TRAILER SALES
USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
HOLIPAY GREETINGS FROM
Roger French Custom Tailors
7209 S.W. 57th Ct., Miami
Phone 667-8768
"WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS"
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MISHAEL, INC.
Designers and Manufacturer of Fine Office Furniture,
Store Fixtures and Architectural Woodwork
175 West 24th Street, Hialeah 888-4262
Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE and Sons
LARRY and JEFFREY and Daughter LISA KAREN
ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS
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Page 6-D
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AT NO EXTRA COST
Our bonded messengers pick-up and deliver your furs
Unlimited in-and-out service; Every garment is glazed
Now is the time to're-style your precioJs furs
Customize cleaning of your furs available on the premises
New Location ..
655 LINCOLN ROAD 350 MIRACLE MIL!
Dial Miami Beach Dial Coral Gables
jE 2-2474 HI 3-7416
OCCIDENTAL ELECTRIC CORP.
Sales and Service Carrier Air Conditioners
1453 S.W. 8th Street. Miami
Phone: 373-1466 R. Crux Pina, Pres.
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
MIAMI SHORES TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
9536 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
LAKKY MARKS & COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE
WOmtH-5, MISSIS' JUNIORS1 DKSSES, COATS SUITS
Morks Bldq. 120 M.W. ?nd Srt Miami. Flo. Phone FR 23l
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PORTOFINO
EXTENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
---------------HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
UNION LOCAL 133, AFL CIO
CLUB, RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS
AL GONZALEZ, Jr., President
MORRIS G. DRAPKIN, Secretary-Treasurer
821 NE 2nd AVE., Miami__________ Phono FR 37603
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE 374-1034
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
6AC CONSTRUCTION, INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
6095 N.W. 72nd Ave. Phone 888-0638
A Happy Passover To All .
SALO\ Be COIFFURE
6113 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE: 665-5395
Happy Holiday to All Our Friends and Patrons
GOVERNOR CAFETERIA
AND ENTIRE MANAGEMENT
WASHINGTON AVENUE at 12th STREET Phono: 538-2979J
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
NAYARRO
BEAUTY SALON
815 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida 379-4192
ANDALUSIA BAKE SHOP
248 Andalusia Coral Gables, Fla.
Phone 445-8188 Jess Quesada, Owner
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 ...
HRESSER'S CROSS-INDEX
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
853 N.E. 79th Street, Miami Phone 758-6787
vjcnisl- Fkrkiiain
Friday, April 9, 1971
Passover Reflections
Continued From Page 2-D
bodies about. The right also to move your
body from one country to another. Russia
does not approve of that. That is why Pass-
over does not appeal to the Kremlin.
Freedom is also the right to express your
thoughts. Russia does not like that too much
either.
Freedom, however, is not a ticket to vio-
lence. Recently we have been hearing de-
fenders of violence pointing to the Boston
Tea Party as justifying them. A group of
American revolutionists, headed by Samuel
Adams, tossed the British tea into the harbor.
That was violence to be sure, but it must be
remembered that the Americans had no al-
ternative. They could not elect representa-
tives to Parliament. They had no vote and
no other means of changing the situation. In
America, the people have the vote. People
are supposed to toss their ballots in the poll-
ing booths, not bombs into buildings.
.

THE AMAZING THING about Moses is
how he accomplished the emancipation of
his people. He didn't do any bombing. The
600,000 Jews of Egypt didn't have one gun.
They had no power.
There is no disputing that power can
change things, but power can be self-de-
structive and deceivinfr. The Egyptians had
too much powBo#r tfejgr jood. Then as *
today; Israel today for all of its military
strength has no comparable power to the
Arabs. There are subder forces to draw upon
that those with too much power never know
about.
Pharaoh must have sensed it when Moses
appeared before him. Moses wasn't clad in
military uniform .
Pharaoh was aghast- How could such a
powerless individual dare to tell him, Phar-
aoh, the ruler of Egypt, who was thought to
be a god, what to do!
But Moses, who was a stammerer, just
said, "Let my people go." And Pharaoh did
cs Moses said.
When Moses had gone, he changed his
mind. He got out hi powerful chariots and
started in pursuit, but they toppled over in
the Red Sea. The Israelites, however just
walked along, and eventually entered the
Promised Land.
l/erjf rV
cr
RINKER
MATERIALS CORP.
First With The Best
TELEPHONE 987-0202
Blocks Concrete Steel Building Supplies
P.O. BOX 1010, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
(North Taft Street at Seabord Airline Railroad)
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FINEST CHOPPED LIVER IN TOWN
MENDELSOITS
SOUTH
TRICUY
KOSHER
OPEN
DAIH
621
CASHING TON AVENUE
PHONE
532-2426
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
UNIVERSAL FIRE ARMS CORP.
3746 E. 10th COURT HI ALE AH
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
WIIII.I.I.K-W II.ItlK. ivr.
3811 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PL 8-8717
JACK WALKER. President
Holiday Greetings
VAN GUNDY
AIR CONDITIONING
We Sell, Service and Install
15320 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 949-3374
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ALL CITY PLUMBING, INC.
PHONE 891-3684
REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS-CONTRACTORS
HOT WATER HEATERS 1555 N.E. 123rd Street
BEST WISHES FROM .
KANES MASTERBILT FURNITURE CO.
5851 N.W. 35th Avenue 633-0542
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
COLO COAST GR4PHIC5, INC.
605 S.W. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE: 374-1773
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
GREETINGS
TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
FROM
ZUCKERMAN-
YERNON
1551 NJS. 167th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4511
A Happy Passover To All
S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I.
Real Estate Appraiser
A Consultant
1407 Ainsley Bldg.
Phone 371-1639
A Happy Passover To AH
PEiKMS. MlfC.
923 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 531-0484
M. CAMIS
roofing
Since 1921
LICENSED-INSURED
166 N.W. 28th Street, Miami
MIAMI
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IV-loro JDC hroiiKht health, welfare
and child rare services to Iran in
ISM9, one out of every three children
did not live to the age of one. Half
the boy buhies circumcised did not
live to be Bar Mit/.vah. Today 5,000
children who would have died with-
out it are alive and well because of
the JDC child care programs. JDC
programs, which are financed by your
community campaign through the
I'niU-d Jewish Appeal, aid some 20,-
000 of the 75,000 Jews living in Iran,
and more than 300,000 needy Jews
around the world.
Happy Holiday Greetinqs
SAC CONSTRUCTION
Marvin Sheldon
Phone 667-8866
Stanley Cohen
9501 SO DIXIE HWY.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
INTERIORS
BY
DALE i. WEIDMAN, INC.
4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Phone 759-4971
SURFSIDE
PHARMACY
9500 HARDING AVENUE
SURFSIDE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 446-2513
LOU COLE
Mr. Mrs. Gilbert Menaker
OF THE
KENT HOTEL
EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR A
Happy Passover
Holiday Greetings From
ORANGE MOTORS
2k
of Miami, Inc.
MG-AUSTIN HEALY-
JAGUAR-VOLVO -PORSCHE
Phone 633-1501
500 N.W. 36th Street
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GUARANTY BANK
OF MIAMI
8300 BIRD ROAD
Just West of the Palmetto By-Pass
Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
DRIVE-IN WINDOWS WEEK DAYS 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
FRIDAYS 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
Mr. J. H. Jacoby and Mr. A. T. Enqelman
AA TRIANGLE TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
jr Specialists in Local & Long Distance Moving -if
PACKING CRATING STORAGE
Your Only Mayflower Agent in Dade County North of Flaglei
Call 754-5517
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DR. LOUIE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BRADY ROOFING & SHEET METAL INC.
2955 N.W. 73rd Street, Miami
Phone 691-2678
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MASmCRAFT FVRMITUK I UPH0LSURING MFC.
CO., IMC.
ALEX SHAYEWITZ and BERNARD ALVAREZ
144 N.E. 21a Street PI 4-3661
Sleeprlte Bedding
Manufacturing Co.
3590 N.W. 71st STREET. MIAMI
PHONE OX 1-0480
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
MR. AND MRS. A. KLEIMAN & FAMILY OF
Kidman's Ntrtotly Kosher Meals
18315 N.E. 19th AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 945-5611
Page 70
*ppy f assovei
Senator and Mrs.
Kenneth M.
Myers
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
RflfcTy
Time
Tel: 656-65:1
julian k vim.
If I < : '
inHi ,
C 301 N.W. Ilit SmtT M!AMl, FlORiDA 55147
^Tjcst UUisncs for a
<~J~lappu j^assover
Westchester National
Bank of Dade County
8585 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
C-E BUILDING PRODUCTS
A Division of Combustion Engineering Inc.
1890 N.E. 146th Street
North Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Daisy's Originals, Inc.
6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-1430
RENATO LEVI. President
BEST WISHES FROM. ..
MELOXYS WARDROBE
9548 Harding Avenue, Surfside
Phone 866-3601
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
DADELAND MEDICAL APOTHECARY
Dadeland Medical Bldg.
7400 North Kendall Drive
Free Delivery Phone 661-5309
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
Dodge Island, 1970 Port Blvd., Building 4
DIAL 379-3401
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ASTI'S RESTAURANT
FAMOUS ITALIAN CUISINE
468 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, Florida
For Reservations 534-2470
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WAN'S MANDARIN HOUSE RESTAURANT
1 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Phone: 371-4362
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO.
100 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL GABLES
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Friday, April 9, 1971
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
maule
To All... Best Wishes for the Holiday
MAULE INDUSTRIES, INC.
SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
FOR OVER FOUR DECADES
100 Biscayne Blvd. 377-8941
CONNIE'S
SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc.
Phone 888-3495
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER 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
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMES E. REARDON
YOUR COUNCILMAN
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SECURITY BONDED WAREHOUSE
3695 N.W. 74th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 691-8480
BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE
12885 Biscayne Blvd. 891-6700
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ...
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Genesis 1948: The First Arab-Israeli Wai
By SEYMOfR B. LIEBMAX
Dan Kurzman worked for
throe years on the book "Gen-
esis 1948: The First Arab-Israeli
War" (World Publishing Co-
81235). He carried on his re-
search between 1964 and 19S7,
ending a few weeks before the
S x-Day War. He had boon in
the Middle East prior to 1964
so that he was no Stranger in
the area. A former Washington
Post correspondent, he has won
several awards for previous
books on foreign affairs.
As part of his research for
"Genesis 1948," over 1.000 peo-
ple wore interviewed. They in-
eluded Jews. Christians, and Mos-
lems living in the Middle East
and in England, France, Italy
and the U.S.A. Each Interviewee
had played some role in Israel's
W ir of Independence or in the
events prior to 1947 which were
of import to Israel's statehood.
His bibliography lists over 500
books, periodicals, diaries and
documents.
The size of the book is monu-
mental 789 pages including
an index. As a journalistic re-
port, the book is excellent. As
a historical novel, it is very in-
teresting. As a definitive his-
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shortcomings and several minor
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ings and errors might have boon
eliminated if the manuscript had
been submitted to knowledge-
able people for reading prior to
publication. No author should
stray bevond the areas of his
competence into a specialized
field without the guidance and
restraint of an expert in that
field.
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vi iv cood one. One of the rea-
sons for the criticisms which pre-
cede the deserved praise ac-
corded "Genesis 1948'' is that
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book as "history'' and "the de-
finitive history'" It I* not tne
latter. The author himself wrote
that he "tried to bring history
alive by the techniques of the
novelist and biographer." At
best the battle accounts might
be labelled "military history"
although the omission of some
of them would not have detract-
ed from the purpose of the book.
The author writes, "It should
be understood that in the more
advanced Arab territories (no
explanation of which they are
or where they aret the Arabs
generally treated the Jews with
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tolerance and respect until the
advent of political Zionism. In-
deed in the heyday of the great,
enlightened Mohammedan Em-
pire from the Hth to the lltli
centuries, the Jews experienced
a Golden Ago of prosperity an t
development."
In the first place, there never
was .i" "Enlightened Moham-
medan Empire," The Islamic i r
Moslem Empire existed for less
th n 300 years and broke til l
n i al independent autonomous
caliphates by the 10th con iry.
In fact the Iberian Peninsula
(Spain and Portugal> was sev-
ered from the Eastern part of
Islam, for all practical pur]
within 100 years after tl
of the Moslems. Some parts of
the Moslem caliphates w c
lightened hut many mo:r-
not. The Moslems who coi er-
ed Spain were Moors, not Arabs,
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in what is now Spain were cruel,
bigoted and vicious again-r Jews
and Christians. The Jews of Lu-
cena were made to pay
ransoms in order to avoid beii ;
forcibly converted to Islam.
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Mussulman "calut" wa> much
harder to bear than that >'. the
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Friday. April 9, 1971
* knist Fhrtdiar
Page 9-D
Also, Col. Mickey Marcus was
not at the Pentagon before he
went to Israel, and his involv-
nent WM not due to the efforts
: Shlomo Shamir. Nahum Gold-
is known as a man of many
- and is reputed to have Bev
citizenship! but ho never
ivas a Palestinian. The Essenes
not originate Christianity.
5tianity was created as a
ate faith about the year
. the apostate Paul whose
n il name was Saul. There
verification of the Kurz-
an statement thai the Essenea
Sted from 100 to 200 yens
before the birth of Jesus. Paula
Ber.-Gurion did not call her hus-
band "Ben-Gurion" In the pri-
\ acy of their home.
The account of the events in
Mexico are inaccurate gross*
y so. The Palmach is not "kib-
butz-minded." The Palmach was
composed of kibbutz members
as Kurzman himself reports in
another part of his book. He
fails to differentiate between
ideological empathy and actual
affiliation. The Deir Vassin in-
cident has been analyzed by the
Center for Research on Conflict
Resolution at the University of
Michigan. There are differences
between the account in the book
and that of the Center and sci-
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BOOK REVIEW
entific research favors the ac-
ceptance of the latter's report.
Kurzman stated that at Blud-
an. Syria, in June 1946, "the
Arab states plunged into the
political quicksands oi Pales-
tine." This conference of the
Arab League Political Commit-
to, was instigated by the Brit-
ish who wanted "evidence" thai
immigration of 100.000 Jew- is
by the Anglo-
American Commission would
li ad to bloodshed in the Ml
East.
England, perfidious Albion,
was always the implacable foe
of Jewry in the area. Anthony
Eden, England's Foreign Secre-
tary under Churchill, created
the Arab League in 1044 in or-
der to thwart Jewish preten-
sions to Palestine. The Arab
League was the quicksand.
(England is still determined to
castrate Israel in order to win
Arab friendship).
Muca Aland, a Palestinian
Arab who served as the Arab
secretary to the British High
Commissioner wrote. ". the
Arabs were not a state, but petty-
states ; groups not a nation:
fearing and anxiously watching
the other and intriguing against
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it.'' Kurzman has well docu-
mented the truth of these state-
ments as well as those of the
Arab journalist, Atallah Man-
sour, who wrote in 1968: "Truth
forces me to say that British
policy in Palestine did not adopt
.1 si night forward line in serv-
ing Zionism and its obligations."
Now to cause the tocsin to
resound with praise. Part of
Kurzman's style is reminscent
of that of John Dos Passos in
his "U.S A." In the midst of an
account of a battle after men-
tioning the name of an important
figure. Kurzman breaks off the
thread of the narrative and then
indents several paragraphs to
relate an incident, a conversa-
tion o:- to supply biographical
data, all of which casts lifrht on
what preceded or what follows.
These throwback; are almost
cinematographic and have been
prudently employed.
There are some portions of the
book that bring to light data
not heretofore publicly reveal-
ed. The Arab Emergency Com-
mittee created in Haifa in April
1948 had many Christian mem-
bers who "favored co-operation
with the Jews, sonic of whom
Continued On Page 15-D
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l-'riday. April 9, 1971
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PHONE 891-6850
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Miami Phone 945-5981 ____
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. i.......- -'"""
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PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
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JONES
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14005 W. Dixie Hwy
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Phone 891-2052
From Purim to Passover, when the voter of
the turtle is heard in the land and spring is on
its way, the Lower East Side, still a nostalgic
magnet for Jewry everywhere, turns- its ,it-
i,Tit ion to Passover.
And it doesn't have to look very far. For on
Sundays especially, as well as durinp the week.
literally thousands of automobiles, passengers
and bus and subway riders pour into this lower
part of Manhattan island to stock up with
Passover Roods: anything from soup to matzoh
balls.
There is one retailer on Essex Street who
sells over 100 cases of matzoh meal alone in a
few days to walk-in customers.
And another, on Norfolk Street, in tins
case a winery, can sell nearly a thousand cases
of Passover wine in one long day.
And most of this is done on Sunday (ex-
eept the sale of liquor or wine) since on the
Ixiwer East Side stores are nermitted to re-
main open on Sundays, thus creating a vast
single shopping area.
Y.s, the Lower East Side is still the center
of Passover goods and religious items. And
this iwrtal to America for the masses of Euro-
pean Jewry who docked here still retains a
character of its own, especially around P it-
over time when even cars with out-of-st.ite
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riday. April 9, 1971
Jewisfi fhradHaiffi
Page 11-D
sc plates can be seen being loaded u;>
with boxes of Psasovcr goods.
Area merchants do 30% to 40% more busi-
i, around Passover time and so do the kosher
wine establishments. One wine company rep-
i ,..-native told this writer it does "two-thirds
ts business around Passover,'' and this
yore remains opon until 9 p.m., so out-of-
towners and those from the New York area
c ii make it to his establishment located on
Norfolk Street. The wine places have to close
ii Sunday because of the state liquor taws,
["hey used to be open until midnight, until the
nighborhood changed," although the Cast
S.de is considered less tense than other urban
e ietto areas, according to police and welfare
1 ials.
The transformation and preparation for
I assover begins about six to eight weeks be-
>re the holiday. One merchant, for instance.
occupies on otherwise empty store, and his
store contains only Passover goods. And the
irietj here in this store on Hester Street, and
il the other stores in the neighborhood, is as-
! landing. All types and brands of matzoh
oducts; including farfe] and egg matzohs;
- tups, fish gefilte and others such as sar-
! nes. tuna and salmon, Israeli grape juice;
rbbago, apples, sour pickles, soda, ground nuts
>r tlic haroseth; ketchup, potato chips and
es; cheeses, ready-baked cakes; cake meal
ind cake mixes.
And yes, kosher-for-Passover meat baby
I icds and cosmetics for Passover, including
koshi r-for-Passover tooth paste. All this and
more can l>c purchased on the Lower East
Side, including delicious baked goods from a
variety of bakeries known the country over.
Obviously, the East Side is not what it
was 100 years ago, and what remains is often
nostalgia. Many synagogues cry out for a
minyan and have that boarded-up look, and
the thousands of Jews who inhabited the
tenements have long since moved. But what it
retains is the center of religious goods and
the distributing point of much kosher and
kosher- for-Passover products.
Moreover, the Bast Side Ls a symbolic cen-
ter for many Jews. And the reason it attracts
so many religious Jews around Passover is its
authenticity. For instance, the religious Jew
who once lived here and who moved out to
Long Island or VVe.-tchester County comes
back to buy. As one local merchant put it:
"He can be pretty nervous about buying
kosher products in the suburbs, but there's
no question that when he buys kosher prod-
ucts in the old store on the Lower East Side.
the store he and his parents bought at, well,
its ICO'r kosher and he knows it."
And then there is the baking of shmura
matzoh. Hand-made shmura mat/oh, whose
making is watched by a mashglach, a super-
visor. One merchant on the Lower East Side,
said every PaSSOVCr his store sells 3,000 lbs. of
tins matzoh, of which 1,500 lbs. were made in
Israel. As each year goes by, Israel ships more
Continued On Page 12-D
DR. AND MRS.
HARRY RIMER
daughters Andria & Linda
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
to theii
Relatives and Friends
Holiday Greetings
TO EVERYONE
from
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RADIO TOWER
TV
822 -5th St., Miami Beach
Phone 672-2231
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LADIES' & MEN'S
TAILORING
Specializing in Alterations'
12485 N.E. 6th Avenue
Phone 757-8201
SARBEY
Electronics
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Miami, Florida
MODERN
CONSTRUCTION CO.
13147 W. DIXIE HWY.
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891-5590
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2665 S. W. 37th Avenue
Phone 445-3636
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Ph. 374-5214
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HARRY COLLEN, Optician
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Tel 949-9155
Conger Life
Insurance Co., Inc.
ALL FORMS LEGAL RESERVE
INSURANCE
Including
Hospitalization
Health
Accident
1629 NW 35
ffsr.
NE 3-3278
..*
Holiday GreeTtngs
FINEST QUALITY FOOD
BUFFET CATERING
UPTOWN
DELICATESSEN
Hot Corned Beef Pastrami
Cold Cuts Appetizers
Home Made Specialties
7438 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 866-7077
Mll
FARM STORES
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED
CALL FR 3-2191
For Dealer Merchandiser in Your Neighborhood
24 hour servBCE
BLOCKS CUBES
CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION
FLORIDA DIVISION
931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-2191
Also Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale
A Happy Passover To All .
TINT'N CURL BEAUTY SALON
18346 N.W. 7th Ave
FLAIR FASHIONS IN HAIR BEAUTY SALON
1401 N.E. 163rd Street
163rd St. Shopping Center
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Mechanic's Uniform Service
2100 N.W. 1st AVENUE
Phone: FR7-4S31
A Happy Passover To All .
BUDGET HARDWARE & APPLIANCES
849 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
Phone 891-6551
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JUDITH OF MIAMI. INC.
335 N.W. 26th STREET PHONE 635-9497
JAMES PINNA RICHARD SALOMON
A HAPP"Y PASSOVER TO ALL .
Julie Nacller Sam Goldberg
Beach Hardware and Paint Co.. Inc.
Electrical Appliances :- Plumbing Supplies
1121-1123 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 1-9059
HOLIDAY .GREETINGS
GULF'STREAM CARD COMPANY
310 N.W. 71st STREET, MIAMI Phone 754-1330
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
MR. and MRS. HARRY NISSEL
HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
540 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. NE 3-9854
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
VENETIAN* CABINET SHOP
PAUL SCHAFFER, Owner
193 WEST 24th STREET Hialeah TU 5-1852
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Friday. April 9. 1971
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR
WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
nmpuMB
BAKERY
"Butter Makes It Better"
1349 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 532-4445
division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC.________
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
A&A
Paint & Body Shop
MIAMI SIGN CO AFFILIATE
TRUCK TRAILER AUTO PAINTING
Body Rebuilding and Repairing Signs Pictorials
750 N.W. 24th Street Phone 635-6351
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ...
CHUCK HALL
TRAVEL INC.
Telephone JE 1-1195
975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
QUESENBERRY & CATLIN
FOOD BROKERS
735 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Phone:643-1744
Holiday Greetings to All .
STANDARD WELDING
SUPPLY CO.
N C G Authorized Dealer
WALTER MAHANY, Prop.
4300 NW 32nd AVE. Phone 635-0803
TO GOD'S CHOSEN PEOPLE ...
HOLIDAY GREETINGS!
[Modern Israel reborn and built on the ruins of the past,
symbolizes the hope of free Men everywhere endurinq
peace!
STAR PRINTING SERVICE
1180 Palm Ave., Hialeah
Levi Valentini
Ph. 887-6451
ARONOYITZ. ARONOVITZ
AND
ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD
EXTEND THEtR BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
25 W. FIAGIER STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
TROPEX BATTERIES, IXC.
"First to Last in Batteries"
2100 N.W. 17th AVENUE Call 633-3403
iMlLL5 I
B U.*\,N B T T
aiioctatct
A Happy Passover To All .
CORAL GABLES DRAPERY & SHADE SHOP, INC.
1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida
Phone HI 3-0620
The Lower East Side Is Still The Center
Of Passover Goods And Religious Items
Continued From Page 11-D
Passover products to these shores than
viously. *
Actually, there are several Shmura mat/ah
factories on the East Side. One on Ri
Street employs 35 persona who make hand
matzoh. There is a certain sectionalism in-
volved, too. as Polish Jews often buy from a
Polish matzoh factory rather than a factory
of another national origin. These factories r
bakeries often shin shmura matzoh to Brook-
lyn across the river or Toronto across the
border or even to Sioux City. low u
As mentioned, the Lower East Side is Still
the center for religious articles and the shop-
per can not only purchase food items, but also
religious article items for the seder. Including,
Of course, haggadahs. One famous religious
article store on a street named Delancy s.'lls
hag'adahs from 15 cents to $14 each. And
there are Passover greeting cards and cere-
monial seder platters and wine cups. Including
special ones for Elijah the Prophet, and mat"
zoh covers. And of course yarmulk.'s. In fac*.
yarmulkes can be purchased in large quanti-
ties from special skull cap factories.
And the one great thing about the Lower
East Side is that you can do all your shopping
in one trip. You can buy pots and pans and
Silverware for Passover, as well as suits and
material (pr that hoffdfi^, dsess. You can
browse in stores on'Canal and Essex Stieets
Which sell rat*- Jewish' books and jjommm-
' *Tai*es on the law, and savor a aaurmet glatt
kosher meal Oil East Broadway and Canal
and do :t all in one shopping tour, including
Israeli items like napkin holders, candelabrum
for Shabbat. not to mention tallis and tephilin
| mezzuzahs m stores on Delancey and
Eldridge.
In these days of runaway inflation, prices
on the East Side are generally cheaper than
supermarkets in Long Island or Brooklyn or
New Jersey. The desire to move goods is para-
mount, but. of course, you have to know how
to bargain, especially in the pushcart street
area on Orchard Street. And parking is a
problem, to say the least.
Nevertheless. It's all here on the Lower
Easi Side, of which 40'; of the populal
till Jewish, it may not be the cultural
tribution-neighborhood it was 70 years
but whatever is left even if it is nostalgia
and a few synagogues and the purchase if
kosher food products and religious Items it
should be preserved.
Actually, it is being preserved as we said,
cspec: illy around Passover time on the L
East Side.
EXTEND A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
BANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
3725 So. Dixie Highway
SID FALK-BARNEY LANDERS
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MADDUX & COMPANY
Real Estate Sales & Service
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL ACREAGE
PHONE 226-9661
GREETINGS ISAIAH 53
COCONUT GROVE
EMPLOYMENT 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 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
roffler harhers
"for people who C3re"
2824 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
5105 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY WEST PALM, FLORIDA
A Happy Passover To All
PRINTING
ARTS CO.
1300 NW 29 Street
THE TEITLER
FAMILY
Compliments 01...
SPOLTER ELECTRICAL
SUPPLIES. INC.
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
METAL TECH CORP.
Phone 691-4221
1060 E. 33rd Street, Hialeah
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
PHILLIP LEVINE AND W. WEINER
BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS.
Ph. 531-5751
1501 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
MITCH/S STEAK RANCH
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: PL 7-6811
London City
Men's Shop
63 East Flagler St.
379-4806
A Happy Passover To All
MILLER CUT-RATE DRUGS
You t*vr Py Mor* Wk.ii
You Shop t Miller's Drug Srer.
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
VITAMIN HEADQUARTERS
DOWNTOWN
217 N. E. 1st AVENUE
371-6731 371-5862
A Happy Passover To All
COLUMBUS
HOTEL
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
at
N.E. 1st STREET
A Happv Passover To All
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
PointingColor Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fonder Repair*
3647 N.W. 36th STREET
Phono 633-0181
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
County Gas
Company
1234 N.W. Ttrli Street
Phono 693-3921


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- Holiday Greetings To -
- The Jewish Community -
Fine Potato Chip Co.
3341 N.W. 65th ST.. MIAMI]
691-0231
ROSE L. GUNTHER
SUN DECK COTTAGES
A Happy Passover
To Our
Friends and Clients
A Happy Passover To All
Gold Seal
Bakery
2239 Coral Way
(off 22nd Ave.)
Phono 446-9330
Holiday Greetings
VIVIAN
BLUME
FINE FURNITURE
736 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida
BEST WMSHES
from
Aerodex, Inc.
Aircraft Engines
Specialists
Miami International
Airport
887-0241
Using Kosher holiday foods sent to them well in advance of
Passover by the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the
National Jewish Welfare Board, Jewish chaplains conduct
Festival of Freedom celebrations inVietnam and other over-
seas and domestic U.S. military installations. The one
shown is taking place at the Saigon USO Club.
'7 a4ll JScst nJUuU
DONNELLY ADVERTISING
The Donnelly Way
OF OUTDOOR
ADVERTISING
Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays tn
MIAMI
FT. LAUDERDALE
Call 751-6641
5220 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JACK SILVER
HERB BRODSKY
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS & LOUNGE
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GOLD COAST SEA FOOD
3875 SHIPPING AVENUE, CORAL GABLES
PHONE: 443-2511
BARNES OPTICAL SERVICE
1629 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-3883
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 West Avenue Miami Beach, Florida
PHONE 531-0481
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ROSE COOK of
MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS
7287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI Ph. 667-8193
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
National Freezers

- "----------L&<
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
THE STAFF OF. .
THE SHIFT SHOP
PHONE 944-0353
SKYLAKEtMA
"'- 'Ms' .i .---
^v^ -wit '** ovl^ul
A Happy Passover To All ..
CAL KOVENS CONSTRUCTION CORP.
1770 Bay Road 538-6676
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868. Greenleaf & Crosby
has been famous ior its outstanding collection of gem
quality diamonds in traditional and modern settings.
A Happy Passover To All .
EDWARDS PRODUCE CO.
1227 N.W. 21st STREET Ph. 374-B143
GREETINGS
SURGICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY
4200 SALZEDO ST., CORAL GABLES
445-7841
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
WASHINGTON AVE. SUPER MARKET
1051 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
THE FINEST KNITS
UNDER THE SUN
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
L. GELVAN ENTERPRISES
9990 N.W. 87th Ave., Hialeah Gardens
Telephone 887-8109
A Happy Passover To All .
GULFS TREAM PRESS, INC.
3800 N.W. 59th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA-633-8271
A Happy Passover To All .
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS & SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVF., No. Miami, Fla. PI 1-2880
54th STREET DRIVE IN TV INC.
1630 N.W. 54th Street 696-1437
Extends Best Wishes For The Holidays
- -A Happy Passover To All .
A!'s Service Center
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER.ST. Ph. 371-3365


Page 14-D
SIEGEL'S of
CENTRAL
._ HARDWARE CO.
WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SAL HONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC.
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
ZUCKERMAN-VERNON
4PMTMENTS HOTEL YACHT CLUB
eOOO West Drive, H jrbor Island. Miami Beach
A Happy Passover To All .
LINOLEUM CITY
5658 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone: 757-8021
SHELLEY TRACTOR &
EQUIPMENT CO.
8000 N.W. 103rd Street
Hialeah Gardens, Miami, Florida
Phone: 821-4040
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
REPUBLIC MORTGAGE
CORPORATION
NATHANIEL B. ELKINS, PRESIDENT
9999 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores
Phone 759-4521
TO ALL GREETINGS
CERTIFIED POULTRY and EGG CO., Inc
(A Subsidiary of Sun Citv 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
Best Wishes To All .
EDWIN S. CHAYT REALTOR
3915 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Phone 538-8934
Kk^istncridfiar
Friday. April 9, 1971
ONE YEAR AFT KB HIS DEATH
The Master's Sayings
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
The first "Yahrzeit" of Shmuel Yosef
Agnon, the greatest Hebrew writer of
modern times, who inherited the crown
of Mendele, and was the first Hebrew
writer to win the Nobel Prize, and was
the mentor of two generations of Hebrew
writers and teachers and the master of all
those who use Hebrew was marked
recently.
One year is too short a time for more
reflective assessments than were offered
by all of us on Agnon's death. I propose,
therefore, to mark the "Yahrzeit" by of-
fering a selection of Agnon's sayings (in
my own translation).
He was an incomparable coiner of
aphorisms, many of which said more than
whole essays by lesser men. Sometimes
he would pinpoint a whole situation in a
sentence. An aside of his would, on occa-
sion, illuminate an idea in a way not
apparent before. An Agnonian witticism
often contained a world of wisdom like
the force contained in a single atom .
My selection is mostly from Agnon's
sayings about himself as a writer.
"Had the Temple been in existence, 1
would have stood there with my^brethren
he singers and recited the Song "of'the
Levites. But since the Temple is still in
ruins, and we have neither Priests serving
nor Levites singing there, I am dedicated
to a study of the Torah and the Prophets,
the Mishna and the Agadah, the com-
mentaries and the glossaries, the mean
ing of the Torah itself and the meaning of
those who probed into its depths. When I
ponder all this, I feel very sad that of all
our past glory only the chronicles remain.
This sadness penetrates my heart and
causes me to tell tales like the man
who was exiled from his father's house.
He goes and builds himself a hut, sits in
it and tells all comers about the splendid
place he used to live in."
"I am a writer who writes in the H,-..y
Language and my writings are, therefore,
a continuation of that which has been
written in the Holy Language before m."
(This explains why Agnon considerec .-.is
"Days of Awe" and "You Have Wit-
nessed" more important and of more last-
ir.g value than his novels, though I
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 AND WALK-UP WINDOWS
OPEN 8:30 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M.
YOUR CONVENIENT
FULL SERVICE BANK
COLLINS AVtNUE AT 96th STREET BAL HARBOUR
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
"WI COVM THI lAJrTM' ^ *Wi COVM THI MINT
A Happy Passover To All
JONATHAN TURN
Realtor
940 LINCOLN ROA0
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 864-6515
The Sherwin-Williams Co.
A Happy P*ssover To All-. .
TNT CHEMICALS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF
HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CREDMT BUREAU OF
UttEATB&t MMAMM
1470 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone 6855911
A Happy Passover To All .
KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-9294
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MICHELANGELO'S ITALIAN KITCHEN
fr PIZZA AT ITS BEST
OPEN 11 A.M. UNTIL 12 P.M.
Call Mo Free Delivery
1242 N.E. 163rdSTREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 947-4911
MRS. BELLE SHERRY
of
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Realtors
Complete Real Estate Sefice
extend best wishes for
A Happy Passover To All
ST. MORITZ HOTEL
1565 COLLINS AVENUE
A Happy Passover To All .
SURFSIDE PLAZA HOTEI
2457 COLLINS AVENUE
------------------holiday greetings-------------------
j* 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
%. and Mrs. SAM LUBIN
holiday grf^ings
CARIBE
MUFFLERS
'The Complete Automotive
Center"
Car Waxinq From $4.9 i
602 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 947-7601
Holiday Greetings From .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Son:
and Lori Marsha
RIAL ISTATI
Investment* and General Insurance
350 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Merronin*
MIAMI BIACH
Holiday 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
GREETINGS TO All
"The Most Modern in the South" Plastering by
II"WI.ILO PLASTERING CO.
450 N.W. 71st ST., MIAMI PH.: PL 1-2494
A Haopv Passover To All
JOE WEMM
MOVING & STORAGE
Dade County's newest
PALLETIZED WAREHOUSE
Daily trips to West Palm
Beach, Cocoa, Orlando, TaT"
and the Keys
EXPERIENCED-SERVICt
2712 N.W. 56th STREP
Miami, FU.
Ph. 635-2461
i


Ipril 9. 1971
+ le*M nnrMtor)
Page 15-D
only anthologies from the Holy
res by the Master).
it it it
H do not consider myself one of the
hd's great writers. All I am trying to do
write Hebrew properly. I got used to
a writer without readers. Still, I am
d when famous critics say nice
about me."
['Had Jewish teachers in the Diaspora
teaching properly in the last fifty
5, Jews would have been able to read
[>rew writers, me and others. As it is, it
miracle that a few in the Diaspora
still read us."
it it it
I"I was made to write novels; I could
Ive told better stories if I were simply
btobiographical."
"When I was small I wanted to be a
rabbi. An old man once asked me, 'Why
a rabbi and not a doctor?' I said, 'because
doctors don't observe the Sabbath; except
of course Maimonides. But I could never
aspire to be a doctor like him.' "
"In ancient Israel, the Sanhedrin (high
court of justice) were expected to know all
!he 70 languages (supposedly spoken at
the time), so that they do not have to resort
to translation and interpretation in hearing
evidence, lest an injustice is done to the
accused." (Again loses 50% in translation,
however good the translator).
ix A a
"I like to have peace when I write.
The fact that I can sit in my room and
write in safety is due to the Israeli Army.
How can I complain that their trucks make
a noise in the street where I live?"
uvsis 1948: The First A rabi- Israeli War
Zontinued From Page 9-D
)ro even ready to accept par-
Ponnt Bernadotte, according
Kurzmun. was opposed to
1947 Partition Plan and
kpported the establishment of
nitary Arab State in which
Jews would have special
khts."
Happy Passover To All
Bob White's Bowling
Pro Shop &
Billiard Supplies
Measuring Specialists
Trophies and Shirrs
1227 N.E. 2nd Ave.
Phone: 3744)642
Happy Passover To All
MI.VIS &
CI.A1KF
HHOTMAY
VIASA
VENEZUELAN
INTERNATIONAL
AIRWAYS
160 S.E. 3rd Avenue
Phone FR 1-6507
Holiday Greetings
From The
AIRLINER
MOTEL
4155 N.W. 24th Street
MIAMI
Phone 634-2611
BILLFLYNN'S
DIXIE RIBS
OPEN PIT BARBECUE
15295 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone: 235-3227
WISH A HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
A Happv Passover To All
MOTOWN PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
For those who see Israelis only-
through rose-colored lenses, some
shocks will be in store. The an-
tipathy between the Palmach,
affiliated with Mapam. and Ben-
Gurion of the Mapai is known
to every Israeli. The Palmach
"had little use for Ben-Gurion"
and they were convinced that
"he was a power-hungry rene-
gade from the egalitarian left"
while B.C. "suspected that Ma-
pam miht try to use the Pal-
mach after the war as an in-
strument for seizing power."
Despite shortcomings and mi-
nor errors. Kurzman deserves
accolades for his comprehen-
sive book.
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
SALES CORPORATION OF AMERICA
and
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH FROMKIN
_____________ 4600 N.E. 2nd Ave. 751-25R4_________
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
AUTOMATED MEDICAL
LABORATORIES INC.
333 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 371-1969
Season's Greetings
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD.
OPA-IOCKA, FLORIDA
685-1521
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SUPER SERVICE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
3890 Bird Road, Coral Gables
Phone 446-6752
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MILDREDS OF BAY HARBOR ISLAND
1031 Kane Concourse, Miami Beach
Formerly Mildreds Corset Shop of Newark New Jersey
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
THE PLACE FOR STEAK
& HARBOR LOUXGE
133579th Street Causeway
Phone 758-5581
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
3o0 West Flagler St.
Phone FR 3-5514
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
JACK AVIOK & SONS
217 North West 36th Street
Phone 757-6542
TO ALL GREETINGS
U.S. ROYAL TIRES
AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL
DADE TIRE CO., Inc.
'We Never Close"
1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone FR 3-8445
^Al'S
ifiL
AUTOMOTIVE CENTER
1250 20th Street, Miami Beach
Best Wishes, Bud Tucker
534-2194
A Happy Passover To All ..
BEATRICE LA VERNE
DANCE STUDIO
1017 96th Street Bay Harbor Island
PHONE: UN6-5675
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
A Happy Passover To All .
PETER M. LOPEZ
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
Ph. 379-4008
Palmer Paper Company
DIVISION OF HAMMERMIU PAPER CO.
3250 N.W. 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 633-0666
A Happy Passover To All..
------
FUEL'S AUT0 PARTS, ENC.
1243 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 377-1431
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Pinewood Acres Private School
Phone 271-3211
9500 S.W. 97th Avenue
L I. (Bob) Anderson
Miami, Florida
ALBERT PICK HOTELLA
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
9601 E. BAY HARBOR DRIVE 866-7328
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
BERGMAN'S EXCHANGE AGENCY, INC
8101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone: 751-9765


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Miami, Florida Friday, April 9, 1971
Section E
Haggadah illustration from the Darmstadtcr Pessach-
Haggadah published in a limited edition by Propylaen Verlag
Rcr!m Tin- edition will be a bilingual combination conuining
bolli English and German commentary by noted scholars. A
facsimile edition will be made direct from the original with the
Codex, con-.-tn-- of U6 page*, containing 26 miniature
illustrations.


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Pa<
Competing
For
Haggadah
Influence
Boris Similar
#.Jfew/fl/for*r
Friday, April 9, 197
The Passover Haggadah Is a story of so-
cial significance, it tells a tale of oppression
and liberation. Deep rooted in Jewish tradition,
it is recited year after year for hundreds of
years at the Seder by millions of Jewish
families.
The oldest known Haggadah preserved
today dates back to the 8th century. The first
printed Haggadah dates back to 1483. It ap-
peared In Spain seven years after the first
book in Hebrew letters was ever printed and
10 years l>cfore the Jews were expelled from
tint country. The first Haggadah on the Amer-
ican continent was printed in New York in
1839.
Because of the interest in social justice
in general, Jewish radical and liberal groups
in the United States have during the last few-
years begun to compete with the traditional
Haggadah text by publishing texts of their
own. Their Haggadahs ire merely a semblance
of the traditional Haggadah. Parts of the old
text of the Haggadah used by them serves as
a nucleus for injecting their own views into
their Haggadahs.
The worst of the radical Haggadahs is the
one which appeared under the title "The Free-
dom Seder A New Haggadah for Passover."
This so-called Haggadah is nothing but a
mishmash of radical slogans and ideas inter-
mingled with some parts of the text of the
traditional Haggadah. It is a chop suey of
radical propaganda camouflaged by passages
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Dramatic Story Of Emma Lazarus
And The New Colossus'
By PHILIP SLOMOVTTZ
Editor, Detroit Jewish News
Emma Lazarus is a name indelibly re-
corded in American-Jewish history. "The
flew Colossus" which has given her
world fame as a champion of rights for
the homeless is engraved for all genera-
tions on the Statue of Liberty on Liberty
Island in New York harbor.
The basic facts are recorded and fre-
quently repeated as a reminder of the
eminent poet's role as an interpreter of
Jewish ideals. She was born in New York
City. July 22. 1849. wrote her first poem
when she was 14, and in 1871 her first
book of verse came off the press. (Fifteen
years later she was to become world fam-
ous for her poem "The New Colossus"
which was engraved on the Statue of Lib-
erty to be read by millions to this day).
This year, therefore, marks the cen-
tenary of her emergence as a poet whose
writings were commended by Ralph Wal-
do Emerson and other noted American
writers.
Now this nation observes the 100th
year of the appearance on the American
scene of the eminent lady whose verses
grace the plaque of the imperishable stat-
ue that wa3 the creation of Frederic August
Barthdldi and was the gift of France io the
United States.
This statue is 50 feet higher than the
Colossus of Rhodes to which Emma Laza-
rus referred in the first line of her famous
poem.
Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame,
with conquering limbs astride from land
to land,
Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates
shall stand,
A mighty woman, with a torch, whose
flame
Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name
Mother of Exiles .
When her poem "The New Colossus"
was chosen for the Bartholdi monument,
it was a bright occasion for the noted poet
who died in her 38th year Nov. 19. 1887
only one year after the poem was im-
mortalized on the national monument, the
Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World.
(It was on Oct. 28, 1886, that President
(Continued on Pane 10-K)
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, symbolic to the
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Hunting For A New Moses
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
(A Seven Arts Feature
A whimsical columnist. Arthur
Hoppe, blew a few smoke rings not
long ago and began toying with the
thought of what might have hap-
pened to the Israelites back there
1300 years before the common era
if it had left up to a committee, in-
stead of one extraordinary man
Moses to lead the people out of
Egypt through the wilderness into
the Promised Land.
Any number can play this fan-
ciful game. Standard Operating
Pi ictice in these modern times
certainly calls tor the appointment
>f p. Committee for practically any
cause. It may be ad hoc: ii may
be standing "and all too often, it
may he lying down).
But suppose our ancestors,
weary of taking all the bumps
Pharaoh and iiis several commit-
t' < s and subcommittees gave thorn,
had gone into the committee busi-
ness for themselves to find a way
to get from under Pharaoh's
spiked boots: would it have taken
a mere 40 years to get to Canaan?
And would the subcommittee have
been able to part the waters,
thrown down the pursuing foe into
the sea. put down the riot in the
wilderness, establish the commis-
sary, provide good, sanitary drink-
ing water and food where food was
hard to come by, make the sub-
committee on ethical standards
work, slug it out with the golden
calf, etc., etc?
Not likely.
Long before we got the marve-
lous festival of Passover a re-
ligious celebration unique in con-
tinuity and significance Moses
realized he would have to go it
alone and leave the committee
work for later. It's true he com-
plained to the Almighty that he
had a speech problem, that he
'altered a bit and cried: "Please.
0 Lord, make someone else Your
1 r, nl (Here, the all-Benevolent
came up with the solution of turn-
ing the speaking bit over to
Aaron 1.
It's true also Jethro. Moses'
father-in-law, said to Moses: "The
thing you are doing is not right;
you will surely wear yours.'lf out.
you as well as this people. For the
task is too heavy for you; you can-
not do it alone." Jethro went even
further: he counseled Moses to
keep tight hold of the great deci-
sions while getting himself a few
subcommittees to handle the min-
Utae Well, is we prepare to sit
down at the Passover table in 1971,
we have the rich satisfaction of
knowing the whole Divine p)a
work.d out extremely well in y,
end. But just at this juncture of
our history, as we look at the
seemingly insurmountable task o|
saving Soviet Jewry (one in every
ntiae. WeH,* we prepare to sit
wc need to igonize long and hard |
about finding ourselves another
Moses.
In addition, we must figure out
a way to handle the committee, or
he committees, the subcommit-
tees, and the sub-subcommittees
Anybody who had the exhila
experience of participating in the
Brussels Conference is dead cer-
tain of that. The luxury of bicker-
ing over who sits at the h<
who handles which decis
raises the money, who dei j..
icy and who screens out I
plicants for membership 1
tinue to be Indulged in.....
uvon'1 get the Jews of !',
miles clow r to Israel very
And the parallels >
th< plight of the 3,500,000 I
Jews of today with the d<
situation of what some -
estimate to be the 2.50n
brews of the time Most a
-Hiking for comfort.
in that marvelous b
(Continued On Page 15-E)
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let you write checks on it; con-
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885-3988
Jack Kamin
Leonard Coleman
Howard Margoluis
HARRIET'S BEAUTY
SALON
1455 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach
Phone 538-0000
HARRIET MANN
and the entire Staff extend
Best Wishes To All
For a Happy Passover
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends & Customers
Metro
Equipment
2145 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Holiday Greetings From
GEYSHA'S
BEAUTY
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(formerly of Coral Park
Shopping Center)
520 S.W. 109th Avenue
Phone 223-4777
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A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
Cheretis 7l*t St,
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GREETINGS FROM .
PATTERSON
PLUMBING
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Dial 945-0835
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Service licensed I Insured
Students in the beautician's course at the Beersheva Vo-
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Women's Organization of America, learn the art of hair-
setting in preparation for taking their place in Israel's
booming beauty business.
Passover Greetings To All...
Mr. and Mrs. David Nunberg and Family
KING DAVID
KOSHER FOODS INC.
1339 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 534-0197
Hebrew National Products Used Exclusively
EXCLUSIVELY STRICTLY KOSHER
DELICATESSEN-DELICACIES
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Happy Passover
From the entire staff of
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Ph. 532-7326
& CALL US FIRST $
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HUMANITARIAN SOCIETY, INC.
1211 W. FLAGLER
MIAMI
Phone 373-3379
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4150 NW 7th Ave., Miami Ph. 759-8733
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301!. LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
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297 N.W. 54th Street
Phone PL 1-3621
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153 N.E. 1st Street
Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 4-4733
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2400 N.W. 5th AVENUE Miami Ph. 371-6628
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1100 N.W. 36th STREET NE 5-2501
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4159 N.W. 36th Street, Miami Springs
(Just off East-West Expressway) Phone 887-0343
Best Wishes For A Happy Passover
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Phone 888-5251
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432 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
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TELEPHONE 661-8518/RESIDENCE 667-5536
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Phone: 864-1457
GREETINGS
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GENERAL CONTRACTORS
5880 N.E. 4th AVENUE
Phone PL 7-5751
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North Side Shopping Center
Northwest 79th Street & 27th Avenue
6964100
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RENTALS SALES
INSTRUCTION BY GEORGE AND NELL CASTLE
Dinner Key Charter Boat Docks Ph. 448-3212
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Phone 688-8615
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1143 KANE CONCOURSE
MR. BELL
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
Phone 945-6563
* Jewish fhrHdHain
Friday. April 9, 1971
Yecheskiel Cohen, director of the B'nai B'rith Women Chil
dren's Home in Israel, receives congratulations from (left to
right) Mrs. Nathan Holstein, BBW president; convention
keynoter Mrs. Rita E. Hauser. U.S. Representative on the
United Nations Human Rights Commission; and Mrs. Mi-
chael Shapiro, outgoing president.
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Now Available For Your Home and Business
CALL 379-4711
BURRITT, SUBERS & WORLEY, INC.
1101 BRICKELL AVE., MIAMI
JOSEPH COHEN of the
FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY
wishes to extend Holiday Greetings
to the entire Jewish Community
330 West 23rd Street, Hialeah
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
S & S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
127 N.W. 5th St. Phon. 373.0562
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
AMERICANA
knitting mills of miami, inc.
2337 N.W. 5th Avenue Phone 371' -3637 Miami, Fla. 33127
A Happy Passover To All
THE
VOYAGER
1433 N.E. Miami Piece
Al Gottlieb
Phone 377-9302
Holiday Greetings
HAROLD'S GARAGE
Specializing In
Volkswagen Repairs
CARS TRUCKS
STATION WAGONS
Lubrication, oil changes, to com-
plete engine, transmission and
front end overhaul. 661-6931
5764 Commerce Lane, S. Miami
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Asset. Inc
Re otters
INOR AH AM BLOG.
25 S.E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 377-87*1
Holiday Greetings
JULIA WALLACE
Employment Agency
217 N.E. 98th Street
Miami Shores
Phone 754-4667
To All .. Greetings
TAMIAMI
PLUMBING
CO. INC
James B. Burgin
Serving South Dad* County
no Sootti rntMVM -
8525 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phon* MO 7-8831
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AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
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374-0115


fcdcry. April 9. 1971
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4
.
David Ben-Gurion chats with Rabbi Arthur
J. Lelyveld of Cleveland, (right) president
of the American Jewish Congress. Looking
on are Mrs. Lelyveld and Will Maslow,
AJCcngress executive director. Photo was
taken as AJCongress Executive Commit-
tee met in Israel with top government, re-
ligious, military and political figures and
Jevish immigrants from U.S.S.R.
ABC Auto Radiator
SERVICE
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OX 1-2221
1 MOIIP WHILE YOU
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Come in for FREE check-up
All makes car* and trucks. On
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radiators. Free pick-up and deliv-
ery service. Largest radiator shop
in Florid*.
WE HONOR AIL MAJOR
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Holiday Greetings To The
Jo-wish Community
A. D. SMITH
REALTY CO.
260-96th Street
866-9755
Sorfside, Florida
A Happy Passover To All
HOWARD
RICHMAN
PHOTOGRAPHER
1071 N.E. 79th Street
Miami -751-5451
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
MR. JON
OF MIAMI, INC.
2661 N.W. 5th Avo.
Miami, Florida
Telephone 635-0032
Holiday Greetings From..,
Coral Park Discount
Pharmacy
fYascripfran Specialists
97M S.W. 8th Street
MMmf-ttl-OMS
Hopdv Holiday From .
FONTANA
SHOES, INC.
217 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ...
FASHION OPTICIANS at IMPERIAL TOWERS
HALLANDALE BEACH BLVD. 4 A-l-A, HOLLYWOOD
MURRY GILDEN, Licensed Optician
Phone 925-2285
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OF
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS
MR. & MRS. JACOB RABIINOW1TZ
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
PAGLIACCTS
Owned A Operated by John and Lorraine Wegmann
5240 S.W. 8th Street Coral Cables
Finest Italian Food
PHONfc: 4454876
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YINCE SARNI'S SHALIMAR
STEAK HOUSE AND MOTEL
6200 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 758-6906
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TRAVELWISE INC.
100. WESTWARD DRIVE AIRPORT AREA
MIAMI SPRINGS, FLORIDA
PHONE 888-1601
"Pleased to Moot Yo, and MEATS to Please You"
WEXLER'S KOSHER MEATS
SELF-SERVICE
1255 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-2180
WE SELL U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED
CHOICE & PRIME BEEF CUTS ONLY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HOTEL PHARMACY
1201 LINCOLN ROAD
PHONE 673-1221
O
The First State Bank of Miami
"JulL Souk*,"Sank
in.
ESTABLISHED 1926
The first State Bank of Miami
8017 N. E. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA 33138
Member Feitnt Raent Sfslem rVsVi mUon
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
OF MIAMP BEACH
301-311 Washington Avenue
1140 ALTON ROAD
Wishes To All Its Members.
Worshippers and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
RABBI S. T. SWIRSKY
WILLIAM G. MECHANIC
Hon. Pre*, and Treasurer
I'HILIP NtMIKOVSKV
Vice President
MORRIS KKKVAT
Acting: President
ISRAEL SC'IIL'LTZ
Vice President
HARVEY TENDLER
Secretary
MRS. LOUIS B.-UOA
Secretary
lA/lien \7iie {-~ry O/ JDesp*ir <7a
<_/le(traf Jhe jc' ^Jlcpes.....
30 j$n*i J$\ritt
Mouth \*Jrganization \m*ftttpter **fn
frca
Best Wishes For A Happy Passover
from
Temple Sinai
North Dade's only Reform Congregation
RALPH P. KINGSLEY VING SHtilKISj
Rabbi Canter
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Extends Best Wishes For
Peace and Happiness to All
at This Passover Season
2065 S.W. Third Avenue
7500 S.W- 120th Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM
TEMPLE BETH TOY


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2655 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-0381
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Phone UN 6-8721
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i ni;sn \T & CLYDE HOTEL
MOTEL 8 APTS
1420-1430 OCEAN DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH
Compliments of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sipers and the
SIMON* HOTEL
Pullmanettes and Hotel Rooms
321 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, Fla. 672-0431
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Dl LIDO HOTEL
Oceanfront at Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0811
Jcwist>ncrXf*yn
Friday, April 9, 1971
JOYOUS PASSi?
To our many friends mid
to Jetvish people everytclu
may this traditionalJ
Festival of Freedom1
be a joyous season.''

Mr. 8 Mrs. Gilbert Menaker
OF THE
KENT HOTEL
EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR A
Happy Passover
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends and Clients
Ttm
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beech-JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
.



Friday, April 9, 1971
+Jh*U0) fkt iatan
Page 9-E
QVER TO ALL ...
"'* mid
ewxIfcJiere
'
i
THE
National Hotel
and ffce
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guests
Happy Passover To All
MR. & MRS.
BERNARD CHARKOSKY
CAVALIER
HOTEL
1320 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 531-7661
Happy Passover and
Best Wishes To All
MIDTOWN
* PLAZA
HOTEL
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
Happy Passover To All
Clients and Friends
New Richmond
Hotel
18th STREET
and
COLLINS AVENUE
Sid and Fay
Herbert
Happy Passover To All
HAROLD ft BOB GRUDER
ofth*
MONACO
MOTEL
17501 Collins Avenu.
Miami Beech 947-3417
Greetings To All
AVALON
HOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Pearlman Family
Phone 534-4601
HOLiDAY GREETINGS FROM .
FOLNTAINHEAD MOTEL
16001 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684
Bedrooms Kitchenettes Suites
Pool Restaurant Lounge
itiJ E SEAS RESORT MOTEM.
17315 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33160
Phone 945-3551
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CADILLAC HOTEL
3940 Collins Avenue
Phone JE 2-4541
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restaurant, Ba/ Harbor
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ADAMS HOTEL MEYIIONE HOTEL
2030 Park Ave., Miami Beach 1920 Collins Ave Miami Beach
BEN PEARLSON
^/t (/cry er
Cue tWtttif/ief/UiMrt/M 'Jic \*Jn llie CJccom at iSrliami Jjecelt
UoiiM o find a more convenient location,
ALFRED STONE, General Manager
ANCHOR HOTEL
1587 Washington Ave. 672-8325
HERMAN and ESTHER SCHWARTZ
BEAU RIYAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
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ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 945-6942
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 672-0534
HOLIDAY GREETNGS
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road
Phone 633-8411
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
A VERY HAPPY-PASSOVER TO ALL
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
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BEL-AIRE HOTEL
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
PROMENADE HOTEL
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 538-5721
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GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK' DRIVE UN 5-9881
MIAMI BEACH


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*w,; HrvkHotn
Friday, April 9. 1371
HAPPY PASSOVER
to All
i
*.
| Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
of Miami
L
301 N.W. 29th St., /Miami
Best Wishes To All For A
Happy Passover
NATIONAL BRANDS
and
STATE BEVERAGES
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
Franklin Federal Savings
& Loan Association
124 E. FLAGLER STREET
rwu+rni
To AH ... Best Wishes for the Holiday
Tropical Paper & Wax Company
9500 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Wax Paper,
Delicatessen Paper, 'Tropical"
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CAWY BOTttrVG COMPANY
1440 North West 21st Street Phone 634-8649
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CHILDREN'S CORNER SCHOOL
7118 Byron Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 866-7303
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Union Optical Service, inc.
67 N.E. 2nd Street Phone FR 9-9682 Miami. Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Dino's Fontana Di Trevi Restaurant
Free Delivery 912-71st St. 864-2618
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ...
SEA VIEW INDUSTRIES
1677 W. 31st Place, Hialeah
Phone 822-1200
I Dramatic Story Of Emma Lazarus
And 'The New Colossus'
(Continued from Pag. 3-E)
Grover Cleveland formally dedicated the
Statue of Liberty).
Emma Lazarus, one of the unforgotten
geniuses of American Jewry, was the
daughter of Moses and Esther Lazarus,
Orthodox Jews of aristocratic Portuguese
lineage. Raised in wealthy and sheltered
surroundings, she was educated by private
tutors and spent her youth among the
well-to-do.
She reached the peak of her greatness
as the result of the awakening within her
of the Hebraic spirit. It was always latent
but was not brought to the surface until
she was shaken out of her reticence and
literary naivete by the pogroms in Russia
and Rumania from 1879 to 1882. The
tragedy of these events stirred her so
deeply that she turned her poetic genius
to the defense of her people.
Her inspired work is paralleled today
in the leadership taken by youth in their
appeals in behalf of oppressed Soviet
Jewry, and many oi these appeals echo
the sentiments of Emma Lazarus of a
century ago.
Fully a decade before Dr. Theodore
Herzl convened the First World Zioru^t
Congress in Basle in 1897, Emma Lazarus'
imagination was fired by the Palestine
ideals and she wrote a series of "Epistles
to the Hebrews" in which she outlined a
plan for the repatriation of the Jews in
their ancient homeland.
In prose and in verse she pleaded for
justice to the Jew. The vigor of her writ-
ings and the sincerity of her pleas gave
notice that a giant advocate had arisen
to defend the rights of the Jews. In poem
after poem, she counseled a Zion rebuilt,
depicted the tragedy of a harassed Israel
and created word pictures which, for pro-
phetic and beautiful expression of the age-
long cry of the Jews, have seldom been
egualled.
The writing of "The New Colu
was a direct outgrowth of Emma Lazarus'
belated but passionate concern for 'he
safety of her fellow Jews. Despite her deli-
Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin G. Christie
WISH ALL
PEACE AND HAPPINESS
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS OF FLORIDA, INC
''A Complete Line of Material Handling Equipment"
3595 N.W. 74th St.
Phone: 696-8911
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SARA FREDERICKS
AMERICANA HOTEL, BAL HARBOUR. FLORIDA
DIPLOMAT HOTEL, HOLLYWOOD BY THE SEA
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
>
i U. J,
420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses Sincere Wishes
O for a Happy O
Passover Season To All
253 N.W. 22nd Lane 371-4603
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Service First Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th AVE.
Mr. Jim levenson
635-7507
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ...
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 N.W. 60th STREET NE 5-1389
A Happy Passover To All
')
f^oinctctna
Directly On the Ocean
at 16th Street
531-0011
Spacious Convenient
<3m *fuem
Collins at 17th Street
A Few Step* from Lincoln Rd.
538-7531
NOW BOTH UNDER THE
NEW MANAGEMENT OF
IRWIN GOLDBERG
and PAUL KASDEN
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
TANGIERS
MOTEL
186th STREET ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RATES
Phone Wl 7-6561
A Happy Passover To All
CORONALO
MOTOR
MOTEL
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida
Ph. Cherry Ml 18
Holiday Greetings To All
GALE
HOTEL
1690 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone 531-6861
A Happy Passover To All ..
SEA BAY
MOTEL
6880 Abbott Ave., M.3.
Phone 866-3821


April 9. 1971
*Jemsfi Flcriidiiain
Page 11-E
le health, she spent many days visiting
haggard and ragged Jewish immi-
ints from Russia and Rumania who
ied the i immigration station on War
md in 1881 and 1882.
Those were the years when Ameri-
is were asked to contribute to the S300,-
fund to build the pedestal on which
Statue oi Liberty was to stand. Money
is slow in coming. Many devices were
=d to raise the fund.
Constance Gary Harrison, one of the
;up of public spirited women who ar-
Inged rummage sales and sold souve-
to secure the necessary funds for that
jse, was collecting poems, drawings
id stories for publication in a souvenir
?k to be sold for the benefit of the pedes-
fund. Emma Lazarus was not keen to
ite for souvenir books and at first de-
Mrs. Harrison's reguest for a poem,
it when Mrs. Harrison reminded Miss
rus "of the Goddess standing on the
iestal down yonder in the bay and
aiding out her torch to those Russian refu-
of yours whom you are so fond of
siting," the Jewish poet was galvanized
Mo action. "The New Colossus" was her
sntribution to Mrs. Harrison's souvenir
)k and it soon became the poem to be
fastened to the inside of the base of the
Statue of Liberty.
It is one of the ironies of fate that the
life of the brilliant Jewess, Emma Lazarus,
Liberty's Bard, should have been cut short
at the age of 33.
"The New Colossus" has only 14 lines,
but in them are expressed with prophetic
instinct all of the indestructible and noble
ideals symbolized by the Statue of Liberty.
These lines, written by Emma Lazarus
85 years ago, remain the credo of Ameri-
canism and a sinking memorial to their
author now being honored on the 100th
anniversary of the publication of her first
book.
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
f305 S.W. 41st STREET
2231513
Holiday Greetings
lELSON'S PHARMACY
Prescription- Specialists
BOB NELSON
Drugs
9 Cosmetics
# Sundries
Free Delivery
39 S. W. 57th AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 666-4425
IMPORT
FASHIONS INC.
7455 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-0039
loppy Passover To All
:ruise casuals
S50 N.W. 37th Avenue
Phone 691-1070
iOLIDAY GREETINGS -
CAUSEWAY
UCAL SUPPLY
721 5th STREET
, Miami Beech 672-2321
"Everything Electrical"
Compliments of
JERRY METZ
.1 A II II IO
Will Mil'ICS
949-2277
2065 N.E. 151st ST.
North Miami Beach
HAPPY PASSOVER
[INTERS
2134 NORIHWES^/MIAMt COURf
'tfmimss'-40'mwo6Mr
Call
*AI,M 1WANSON
374-8441
n/. pfttrtr it/;k 7'i#/v.:.'/ r Mow;y

To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for the Passover Holidays
Miami Lincoln Mercury
"Largest In The South"
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone:757-8468
"Holiday Greeting*'
ROBERT MULET DESIGNS
Interior Designs
Architectural Planning
609 E. DiLIDO DRIVE. DiLIDO ISLAND. MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 534-8154
'TyhV^ur'
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SI Will FOOD PRODUCTS
3615 N.W. 60th STREET
Phone NE 5-1381
a Very happy pas^ovcR to all ...
SAIFMAN BROS. AIR CONDITIONING
AND CAPITAL ROOFING
7553 Cutlass Ave., N. Bay Village, Miami Beach
Phone 865-3205_________
Passover Greetings
To The Entire
Jewish Community
FARR TOURS
A Reliable Name in Travel Since 1927
420 LINCOLN ROAD 6705 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
A Most Happy Passover
to the
Entire Jewish (lommunity
MR. and MRS. JOE MALEK
AND SON, ADAM LLOYD MALEK
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
idU
B
^Ar very ^PERRINE
fl."|0 Ro.lf at HiDocut Sir..I .Pnrmt 23". 6821 M.m o- 0. J3I47
^CUTLER RIDGE
South End Coll.r Rtda. Snopa'ig C.M.' 238 4414 M.* F,. 33157
MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSITORY INSURANCE CORPORATION
COMMUNITY OWNED COMMUNITY OPERATED COMMUNITY ORIENTED
cr
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
jLonaon tzrfinii czHotzL
727 Collins Attune,
Phone 531-0863
Miami Beach, Florida
TtfS SlritlY Kosker
A Happy Holiday
FLORIDA SILICA SAND
COMPANY, INC.
OXford 1-5881
DEAWILLi PACKAGE STORE
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS
6640 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Free Delivery
Phone 866-2902 865-0837
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MIKFS CIGARS OF MIAMI BEACH
. CJGARS AAAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phono JE 8-6707
'A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ALLEN FELDMAN & SON
o992 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach (Corner 71st St.) UN 5 3181
A VERY HAPPY "PASSOVER TO ALL .
MELWINE GARMENT, INC.
2451 N.W. 5th AVENUE Phone 633-8318
SIMON WINE, President


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Jettisfi Hcrktiftn
Friday. April 9
PHONB 758-6461
L'CiNSEO AND INSUHED
Puma Marble Company
MANUFACTURING AND INSTALLiNO
Cut Palish and Repair
544S N. W. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33127
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
THE BAROS FAMILY
AND
THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
T<
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
HAIR FAIR INC.
1345 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 358-2385
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
COUNCILMAN -
TONY DELEONARDIS
and Wife Eileen
OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
OUR BEST WISHESTO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES'
Spector and Sans, Inc.
"WE BUILD MIAMI"
575 S.W. 22nd AVENUE
Phone: 642-3151
HOOPER HOUSE, INC.
D. Kaufman, President
16444 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI 'hone 754-2251
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Marcelle-McCarthy Design, Inc.
3544 NORTH MIAMI AVE. PHONE FR 7-3214
Competing For Haggadah Influence
(Continued from Pege 2-K)
from the Haggadah, with Lots of pr
and little ol the Haggadah.
Don'i look in this Haggadah fur the tra-
ditional slogan ol "Next Year in ihe Land ot
Israel." The dominating slogan of this Hag-
gadah, authored by Arthur I. Waskow and
published by Holt, Rinehart & Winston, is
Liberty Now! Next Yr;ir in a World of Free-
dom!" Characteristic of this Haggadah is the
fact that the Seder opens there practically
with the singing of "Solidarity Forever." Late
in the middle ol the Seder ceremony, all pres-
ent sing "We Shall Overcome" and "Th:
Times They Are A-Changing." Part
pare.! of this Haggadah also is excerpts from
the Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver
Allen Glnsburg and others who never dreamed
of finding themselves participating in I
Haggadah.
The radicalized Haegadah utilizes the .<-
cient feast of Jewish liberation from slaver;
in Egypt to inject radic ll views covering them
up not only by passages from the traditional
Haggadah but also by teachings coming from
Pope John XXII, "Prophet" Ghandi ai I oth<
liberal-minded non-Jews. It thus aims I)
make its political concoction more palatable
It claims that its text is "deeply Jewish" but
at the same time stresses that it is "not only
Jewish." Christians are urged to use U
Holy Thursday. Blacks are advised to Us
on the Martin Luther King Memnri.il Day.
The assertion is that the Haggadah is '.
radical and religious. The first it definitely is.
ther it is also the .second is very
.

COVTRARV TO THE "Freedom H
dah," th i .- the "Jewish Liberation :
a ublish id by the Jewish Liberal
group of Socialist minded and Jewis
young adult.-.
This Jewish Liberation Hagada is i
v. 'loomed by all those who want to -
lewish youth In the United St ites
a i Jew ish life In all its asp
cts Jewish consciousness as well a-
sentinv its l American Jewish youth
lifferent forms of oppression in this
[I i.- expt ess pride in Isr iel.
The basic idea of the Jewish Ub<
: all Jewish history, writ)
oral that Is, the image Jews have
is constructed or i
structed In the perspective of oppressioi *
liberation. This view i- itrangl) expr ss in
the mater il which the Liberation H :
contains. This material supplements it s
id >w the meanin : if the 1
I ih. On the contrary, U str
ens il by stressing ths concept of Jewis
th il made Jewish sun Ival poss
lurlri of oppression the V
m I i" incept of the traditional Ha
T 'Libei itlon Hagada" does n >t .
Iso the SiOOO.OOO Jews who were brutal;
tortured and murdered by the Nazis, i;
COMMERCIAL BANK and TRUST CO.
9301 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 759-8511
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
COASTAL MERCHANDISING CO.
16295 N.W. 16th COURT, MIAMI
HOWARD PREUSS
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
PHONE: 757-9071
BY RESERVATIONS
RECOMMENDED BY HOLIDAY MAGAZINE
201 N.W. 79th STREET
HOLIDAY HUNTERS

5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516

7432 DADELAND MALL 667-2524
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GIEGER ELECTRO & MAT SERVICE CO
636 .W. 2nd AVEUNE Phone 226-9661
ADVERTISING MATS
Pttstic Ad Plates Thermo Set Printing Plates
Electrotypes Stereotypes Printing Plate Service
PRINTING PLATE SERVICE
A Happy Passover To Ail
PERRY CHESTER
SHOES
In The Smaitest Spots
In Town Look For
CHESTER PERRY SHOE SA10NS
"Where To Buy Them"
Perry
Ch enter
Shoe Salons
94*1 Harding Ave .... SwftMl
2494 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdalt-
Oiplemot Hotel Hollw>od
Ooral Beach Hotel Miami Beach
Eden Roc Hotel Miami Beach.
Americana Hotel Miami Beech
Hilton Plaza Miami Beach
2494 E. Sunrise Blvd.
Ft. louderdole-Ph. 565-4901
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Commt
MR. MARSHAL STERN
FAMILY
DRUGS
18100 N.E. 19th A/enoe
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1131
A Happy P"sover Tj All
LEE'S
Prescription Pharmacy
HSCOLNT DRUG STORS
We carry complt.e Selection
of Barton's Candies
fna Delivery
7880 Conl Way ?."'
401 Coral Way. C. Cables
448-1728
2525 S W 3 Ave. 854.3S'i
5898 Sunsev Drive 66' ''3'
A Happy Passover To Al! !
CARMEX
Beautv Salon
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
TRULY NOUN
Exterminators
600 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
377-1411


r
ririay. April 9, 1971
*J enisti IX ridlian
Page 13-E

o. a vow never to forgive the apathy of the
avilized world, which closed its eyes and doors
>-thc Jewish victims of Nazism and let them
Irish. This includes Great Britain which
|)osed the doors of Eretz Israel to Jews trying
escape from Nazi hands; also the United
states which closed its doors to Jews fleeing
be Nazi gas chambers. The "Liberation Hag-
ida" carries qlso the text of the Song ol the
Jewish Partisans in original Yiddish and in
glish translation.
The material in the Liberation H.igada is
;. selected and well-edited by A viva Zack-
:. Itzhak Epstein and Jerry Kirschen. all
of hom are members of the Jewish
Liberation Project, a Socialist-Zionist group
; young adults. The major part of the text is
. English, but there are also parts ol the
mal Haggadah in Hebrew. Lacking the
rial m arm | i have its Haggadah printed.
rroup has "muUilithed" it. selling .t for
| S :.50 a copy.
*
PROBABLY CLOSE TO 3.000 different
ms of the Haggadah have appe
igh 1970, many of them with translations
foreign languages, including Arabic. Por-
:.. Kurdish, and Greek. In addition, many
ins cany translations in English. French,
tussian, German, Polish. Spanish, Italian. Ru-
anian, Danish. Dutch, Hungarian and other
' inguages. The Haggadah is the most widely
iranslated Jewish piece of literature after the
i although n.> translation of it appear- d n
the printed editions until the early part of the
17th century.
One of my hobbies is collecting Hag-
gadahs. I have in my collection one of the
limited number of facsimiles of the famous
Sarajevo Haggadah, a magnificent masterpiece
of art. treasure of medieval culture, that orig-
inated in the 14th century, some 100 years be-
fore the first Hebrew book was printed. I
have 8 numbered facsimile of the similarly
famous illuminated Kaufman Haggadah which
also dates back to the 14th century and is
now In the museum of the Hungarian Academy
of Science in Budapest.
I also have part of a facsimile of the first
printed Haggadah. It was printed in Guadala-
jara, Spain. The unique original is now in the
S hocken Collection at the Jewish National
and University Library in Jerusalem. Of the
rn idahs of great art, l h ive the
rb edition of Arthur Szyk's beautifully
illuminated Haggadah; the Hen Shahan Hag-
lah; the handwritten Jerusalem Haggadah
and the richly illustrated "Koren" Haggadah.
Included in my collection are also the
: avitcher "Story of Passover*' in English;
the Arbeter Ring Haggadah In Yiddish: Hag-
hs from various kibbutaim-in-Israel which
do not follow the traditional Haggadah text;
Haggadahs issued by the Israel Army; Hag-
ahs issued by the Jewish Welfare Board
for Jewish servicemen in the U.S. armed
forces; and numerous other Haggadahs that
(Continued on Page 14-K)
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CORP.
R. SOLOVEI, President
1085 E. 14th STREET
Hialeah
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
A Happy Passover To All
Tropics Hotel
1550 COLLINS AVE., MB.
Mr. & Mrs. A! Fodvin
and Family
GREETINGS .
BILL TINDER
COU FKOHSSIONAL
ittaMr* Cours*
ItUMI ky Appointment
Complete line *f GcMiitj Efvipmeirt
1210 ANASTASIA Vk.
Holiday Greetings
SOMERSTEIN
CATERERS
1701 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
For Information contact
Mr. Sidney Hechtman or
Mr. Walter Schuman at
534-9587 or 538-2503
SHERRY
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, INC.
ITS SHERRY FOR TERRY
3321 N.W. 65th Street
OX 1-4330 or OX 1-4331
Hoi day Greetings From
SANITARY
FISH MARKET
FRESH FISH & SEAFOOD
Phone: 672-6281
MIAMI BEACH
Holiday Greetings
Ben Grabers
Ladies Wear
163rd St Shopping Center
1325 N.E. 163rd St.
Biscayne Shopping Plaza
945-4171 751-2443
BARNARD
NUT CO.. INC.
113 N.W. 36th STREET
PL 9-5845
BEST WISHES AND
A Happy Passover To All
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ANGIE'S
BEAUTY
SALON
Open Daily
Plus Friday Evenings
651-2422
497 N.E. 167th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
651-6801
AMERICANA
TOURS
WORLD WIDE
TRAVEL SPECIALISTS
Phone: 377-2758
For information, reservations,
and tickets
245 S.E. First Street,
Miami, Florida 33131
Greelings fom
NORTH DADE
COUNTRY CLUB
18-HOlt CN4MPI0NSN/P
COIF COURSf
U.S. 441 at
N.W. 207th St.
NA 1-3621
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends
and Customers From ..
HOFFMAXS
j CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Avenue
1 Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings
FANCY THAT!
STORES
7214 Red Road
So. Miami
666-6056
A Happy Passover From
FEDCO
1605 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
Holiday Greetings From .
Lino SP4
40 BELLE ISLE
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SAM EDELSTEIN
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REALTOR
528 Lincoln Road
JE-8-4162
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627 S.W. 27th Avenue Miami Florida 33135
INTER NATlONALjBANlCOF MIAMI
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
GRABLES BAKERIES
73 S.E. 1st STREET, MIAMI
Phone 374-0228
Holiday Greetings To ill...
BARTONS Bwbonmere
New Israeli Gift Department
Phone 538-0409
532 LINCOLN ROAD MALL 211 E. FLAGLER STREET!
R0CKAWAY GARDEN HEALTH BAKERY
Organic Health Bread and Cakes
600 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 534-1877
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NATIONAL WINE & LIQUOR
16601 N.W. 8th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 621-1441
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REX ENGRAVING OF MIAMI, INC.
2391 N.W. 20th STREET
PHONE 635-5308
Le PARISIAN Restaurant Francois
474 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Phone 534-2770 Claude and Alice Nicole
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2975 S.W. 8th STREET. M'AMI
Phone 642-3110
SHAYNE OF MIAMI INC.
2610 NW 5th AVENUE NE 4-9724
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THE OFFICERS,
DIRECTORS AND STAFF OF
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
extend
4f best wishes
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Flagler Federal
^-^Savincs & Loan \ --ocialion
Downtown: 101 N.E. 1st Avenue
Biscayne: 570 N.E. 81st Street
N. Miami Beach: 16501 N.E. 15th Ave.
Westchester: 8686 Coral Way
Paul H. Marks
Chairman of the Board
Nathan Meltzer
President
Herschel Rosenthal
Executive Vice President
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AVIS RENT A CAR SYSTEM
Features Plymouth and other Fine Cars
South East Florida Area
Phone 634-8941
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
North Miami Police Benevolent
Association, Inc.
Officer:
ROBERT I. GRADY
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
Mirell Gallery
ROBERT DRAPER, Director
Kenneth Treister April 4 thru 24-New Photo Paintings
3421 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove-443-9140
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THE STAFF OF ...
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1231 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 672-9194
Competing For Haggadah Influence
Continued from Page 13-E)
appeared in various languages.
Haggadahs wore printed iii France, Ru-
mania, Hungary even during the years when
these countries were dominated by the Na/.is.
After the fall ol\the Nazi regime. Hagggdaba
were printed by liberated Jews in their refu-
gee camps, in addition to the Haggadahs sup-
plied to them by the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee. In almost all Haggadahs which ap-
peared after the war. special material was
added commemorating the Jewish heroes of
the Holocaust.

ONK OF TIIK latest modern Haggadahs
in my collection is the "Israel Haggadah," a
IxMUtifully illustrated volume. It was printed
in Japan and published this year by the Amer-
ican publishing firm of Harry N. Abrams. Inc.
The text of the Haggadah Is adapted by Meyer
Levin, the well-known author of numerous
books published in the.United States.
Tlie service is given in Hebrew with a
transliteration in Latin characters and a
translation in English. The 72 illustrations
56 of them in full color arc magnificent and
selected with great taste. They show, among
other things, how Jewish families from vari-
ous lands conduct the Seder in Israel.
Impressive, too. are the pages with color-
photos showing the Seder in the homes of
Kurdistan. Yemenite, Persians. Boukhara and
other exotic" Jews, with all the members of
the family sitting in their traditional richly-
colored garbs .-round the Seder table. There
are also color photos of the observance of the
ITIMS Ifltnr in kibbutzim and of the celebra-
tion of Passover by the Samaritans.
Mr. LeVul timinated certain parts of the
traditional Seder but introduced certain expla-
nations for today's leas traditional Jews that
clarify various customs. He also added a me-
morial for the martyred Jews of all genera-
lions th< victims of the Romans, of the In-
quisition, the victims of the Crusades, of po-
ns and the t>,OOO.CO0 Jews annihilated by
the Nazis. It is regrettable that unlike
Other post-war modern Haggadahs the
Israel Haggadah" failed to lay special em-
phasis on the tragedy of the Jews who were
w. re wiped out by the Nazis. In the other
Haggadahs a special prayer for these Jews
is included for recitation at the Seder table,
and is recited during the Seder cen irtony in
thousands of homes in this country and in
other lands
Although Mr. Levin's Haggadah carries
the title "An Israel Haggadah" and is Israel-
oriented, it can be used in modern Jewish fam-
ilies in the United States for the Seder, lioth
t~ text and the art will strengthen the atten-
tion to the Seder ceremony of younger mem-
i'i rs of the family. The Haggadah also has
-i veral pages of music for singing of popular
Israeli songs.
The American publisher has added some-
ih.ng new and original to the Israel Hag-
gadah. He packaged together one large "host"
Haggadah with 10 smaller guest" H-aggadahs
plus a long-playing record of Passov.r gongs.
Our 1/* J?< WlJv f*r

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70 N.W. 7th Av. 836-3659
Holiday Greetings... to our friends & clients
The Heritage Corp.
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
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EDWARD FEINSTEIN, President
.1318 N.W, 7th St., Miami Phone 377-4933
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Miami 374-7528
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7320 N.W. 58th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 888-2634
Holiday Greetings. From
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ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone: 633-6338

EDWIN SCHAYT REALTOR
EXTENDS GOOD WISHES TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER SEASON
3915 Alton Road 538-8934
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. FROM THE...
BUTTER FAMILY
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HAPPY HOLIDAYS
CYPEN REALTY INC.
MORTGAGE BROKERS REALTORS
825 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beech
534-4671
A Happy Passover To All
Sol Megdell
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone JE 8-8551
Holiday Greetings To Our
Friends and Clients
KING
REALTY, INC.
LEE and LOU STEPENOf F
73 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 651-6161
Compliments
of
MIL AMD MRS.
657 E. Oksochobee Road
Hialeah 888-5368
GREETINGS
4.4H III %ltll &
ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
fcialiiini In
COMMERCIAL ana INDUSTRIAL
RIAL ESTATI
6925 BISCAYNE BLVD.
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April 9. 1971
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was L ,rt will make it possible for the com-
ly assembled at the Seder table to follow
ntual together.
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IT WILL BK interesting for many to
n that the oldest Haggadah in the world
tin Haggadah manuscript which dates back
tx Stli century is, of all places, today in
let institution. This Jewish tale of op-
- .ii and liberation can be found now in
famous Saltykov-Schedrin Library in Len-
Hfi to which the general public has no ac-
It is a pirt of the Geni/a, the collection
;.- viont and rare Hebrew manuscripts dig-
-i-d in an old storehouse in Cairo during
..-! century.
One can also find in this famous Lenin-
jd library the third largest in the world
Lthe first catalogue of Haggadahs ever is-
\ This rare catalogue was published in
[Pctersbugh, the capital of Czarist Russia.
\g For A IS etc Moses
in 1901. by the Russian Academy of Science
It registers 909 Haggadahs that appeared all
over the world till 1900. The catalogue was
prepared by Samuel Wiener, a noted Russian-
Jewish scholar. A second catalogue, listing
about 2.700 Haggadahs known to have ap-
peared to date, was issued in Israel in 19(50
59 years later under the title "Bibliography
Of Passover Haggadahs." It is an impressive
volume by the well known Israeli scholar and
bibliographer Abraham Yaari.
I was admitted to the Saltykov-Schedrin
Library to inspect the Geniza there during my
visit to Leningrad in 1968. This exception was
made only because some of my books turned
out to be on the shelves of this library, to m>
great surprise and delight. I was even pre-
sented with the library's "honorary member-
ship card" for permanent admission, in defer-
ence to the fact thut my books are there, al-
though they are locked up in the Judaica sec-
tion where even Soviet scholars are rarely
IK'imitted to enter.
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FRENCH SHRINK
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ihumI From I'nge 4-E
ople," t>if authors, Mark
and Elizabeth Herzog.
a memorable picture of
Son for the Passover in
II long ago: "Kverything
t-n out of the house; the
Ire whitewashed, the fur-
niture was scrubbed with boiling
water. Then we used a kind of
sharp glass to take off the dirt
from the furniture. Then it was
scrubbed with a piece of white iron
while boiling water is poured over
again The house is a real 'up-
side-down.' "
The authors term this pre-Pass-
over lit? a "domestic catharsis."
And when was such a fresh start
ever more in order than right now
when we hav.' all this organization-
al infighting over the Jews of
Russia?
And the jet age Moses where's
he?
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IC. Tool Corp.
N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
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len and Bill Alter
WINDSOR BEAUTY
SUPPLIES, INC.
16451 N.E. 15th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-9911
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ItOPERNICO'S
IESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd Street
Phone 621-0944
North Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings
ANIMAL
KINGDOM
North Miami
Grooming, Pet Supplies
Birds, Tropical Fish, Dog
1105 N.W. 119th Street
Phone 688-3021
MB. LEO CIMENT
ef the
DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO.
EXTENDS
to All His Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Passover Greetings
I BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
[aeurance Agency, Inc.
40 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
PHONE FR 4-8181
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Patrons and Friends
SAVRAN BAKERY
UN 6-8982
7423 Collins Avenue
ITS LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
. tRbf Factory Method
II Engine Repairs Rentals
1195 N.W. 17th AVE.
lerly on 79th Street)
Phone 693-0221
Pett Vesta, Owner
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Albert and Faye of
Fleurette, Inc.
HANDBAGS
720 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 371-3021
A Happy Passover To All
Maggie, Inc.
3 LOCATIONS
332 Miracle Mile
817 Lincoln Road Mall
9525 Harding Avenue
A Happy Passover To All
Snowbrite Co.
Roof Cleaning & Painting
Phones:
373-8125-947-6465
Mr. & Mrs. Al H. First
and Family
Dr. and Mrs.
William B. Cooper
and Family
Dr. & Mrs. Allen Baumal
and Family
wish their relatives
and friends
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
Holiday Greetings
From
THE UNICORN
2957 Florida Avenue
Coconut Grove
Phone 445-0479
Holiday Greetings
. .1
AB RAM'S
FABRICS
1825 Biscayne Blvd.
2135 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Holiday Greetings From
THE
CAGE
9515 Harding Ave-^urfside
Phone 864-8397
Happy Passover Greetings
SWANSON &
WATTLES INC.
Stocks Mutual Funds
11205 So. Dixie Highway
Phone 233-2960
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
630 Lincoln Rood JE 1-9502
(in the Arcade m the MM)
LUNCH from 11:30 DINNER begins at 5:30
Owner and Chef CARLO SCOTTf formerly ef Copra's Restaurant
HOLIDAY GREETINGS fROM ...
COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Main Office Branch Offfice
12 S.W. FIRST ST. 12345 N.E. SIXTH AVEJ
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INTERNATIONAL VIAJES
3117 PONCE De LEON BLVD.
CORAL GABLES
PHONE 443-1561
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6701 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
'" I Phone: 667-7501
HOWARD'S SUPER LIQUORS
Lowest PricesBest Service on Miami Beach
FREE DELIVERY IE 8-4445
SY HOWARD Aq CY G0TFRIED
515 Washington Avenue ,_ Miami Beach
' '*
"We Cater To Parties" Phone 643-3111
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"PLENTY OF PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla.
Italian Cuisine ft Pino Air Conditioned 2<0 Jeotinj Capacity
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
GUARDIAN MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP,
Security Trtift Bldg., Ml Flagler Street 374-1716
To All Greetings FRED and JOE LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING"
5519-21 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. 757-4893
A VERY HAPjPV PASSOVER TO ALL .
CARE CODDER
620 N.E.._78th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 751-9415


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