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P HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 6, 1979 the Afikomen! i P00SACH GAME Word PASSOVER, words, having each. This is game to play by in a group. If you group, set a time See who gets the words. EXAMPLE: APRIL, 1979 / NISAN, 5739 A magazine for Jewish children A Special A PESA CH STORY WHY IS THIS NIGHT DIFFERENT? Danny and Gall creeped over to the corner, where Beth was sitting at her desk. "Boo!" they shouted. Beth jumped out of her chair. "Oh, it's you! Can't you see I'm busy?" "I know what you are doing, too!" teased Gall. "Tonight is the first Passover seder. I'm going to tell everyone that you don't know the Four Questions yet!" "That's not fair!" cried Beth. "I tried to learn the Four Questions. It's just too hard for me!" Danny smiled. "Well, it looks like !'11 have to ask the qu!stions again this year. I won't even have to practice. I r('mcmber them from last year!" l,aughing, I)anny and Gall left Beth's room. Poor Beth! That night was supposed to bc the first tim(; Beth would ask the Four Questions. No matter how hard she practiced, she just couldn't remember them. eih looked at her book again. "Ma nish ta na, halilah haze, mi kol haleilot? Why is this night different from all the other nights?" she sang. The first part was easy to remember. But she kept mixing up the rest. A ear honked outside and Beth went to the window. She saw Bubbe and Zayde (grandmother and grandfather) get out of their car. She ran outside to hug her grandparents. "Chag Sameach! Happy Pesach!'" After everyone hugged and kissed each other, the whole family sat around the beautiful Passover table. Everyone smiled and raised their wine cups high. Zayde began the seder with the prayer over the wine. Evcryone was happy, except for onc person. Beth knew the big moment would bc coming soon, and she was not ready ! "Well, Beth, do you have something to say?" asked Zayde. He smiled and waited for his youngest grandchild to recite the Four Questions. "I, um, I don't know..." Bcth looked down at her lap. Tears rolled down her cheeks. She was so embarrassed and so sad. "Bcth, what's wrong?" asked Zaydc. "Come now, what could be so terrible?" "Oh, Zayde, I don't know the Four Questions!" cried Beth. "I tried, and tried, but I just couldn't learn them?' Danny and Gall giggled togethcr at the other end of the table. "So what?" asked Zayde. "If you don't remember them, then ask me any question you like!" Beth was surprised! So werc Danny and (;ai!! (Continued on Page 2) Max W L, as nervous and very skiddish, ,'or at seder, he had to sa 7 Kiddish. Sotne of the words sounded wrong I Yet he finished the song. tead of Ilebrcw, tw sang it in Yiddish! How We Feel A bout the Peace A greement At a "Thanksgiving for Peace" ceremony held last week at Orlando's Congr. Ohev Shalom, religious school students contributed their impressions of peace. We have included several in this edition of NOAH'S ARK. We would also like to receive your impressions, either in poetry or in a short paragraph or two. Send them to NOAH'S ARK, P.O. Box 446, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701.