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HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 6, 197g NOAH'S ARK In honor of "The.Day of Remembering" About 35 ycars ago, may-  Every y('ar we ren,'n,l)cr be during the lifetime of ,] Ill(' .Jews who wcrc murd,'red your parents and surely dur- _w on a st,octal (lay called Yont ing the lifetime of your llaShoa - The I)ay of Re- grandparents, an evil man de- membcring. Wc rem('mb('r cided to destroy the Jewish how brave they were and people, that they were like our brothers an(i sisters, Jews like you and me. tits name was littler, lie was more wicked than all of llut during Yam HaShoa the wicked people who came we also remember that tlitler did not succeed in his evil before him - more evil than plan! lie murdered many Pharoah, more ('vii than Jews, but he did not destroy Ilaman. littler wanted to destroy all of the Jewish pea- ,111 of the Jews! Even this sad ph" simply l)ecau they were story has a miracle: the Jews. miracle is that the .lewish }'ople still live! All of the Pltaroahs, Ilamans, and ilitlers cannot destroy us. littler and his followers, the Nazis, murdered ahnost This year, Yam llaShoa is six million Jewish men, April 24. Ask your parents if women, and children. This you may' light a candh: in murder, which happened dur- memory of the Six Million ing the time of World War II, Jews who died in the liolo- is (Jailed the Holocaust. caust. The dou0000er - Sul)mittcd by: Rumm Morag, Age 6, I louston, Texas FRIED MATZAH I lh, re a Pesach favorite for breakfast. Be sure to check  with your parents before you begin - and don't use the stove  unless an adult is u,ith you r. WHAT YOU NEED FOR EACH PERSON: ! Matzah l)ash of Salt 1 Tablespoon of Butter WHAT YOU DO: I. Break the matzah into litth" pieces, but not crumbs. "2. Soak the matzah in a ho'l of water. 3. lVhih' tit(' matzah is soaking, hr(.ak tit(' ('gg in a bowl and heat it well. 4. Add th(" salt. 5. Take the n,atzah pieces in your hands and sqveeze out all of the water (that's fun to do). 6. Mix the matzah with the ,'g,. 7. Melt tiw butter in flu' frying i)an. 8. I)onr the matzah and egg into the I'rvjng pan. I"rv it like yo. wouhl cook s(.ramiHed eggs. 9. Serw with sugar st)rinkled on top or ilh jam. t ! t- I Peace At Last by Ben Shader A Shot was fired, It lasted for days, at a small store It lasted for nights. and it was that shot, it was that shot that started the war. That started the fight. Pcople were shot People were chilled Peoptc werc stabbed And people wcrc killed. REVIEW MY VERY OWN llAGGADAtL By .ludyti Madeline Wikh,r. Kar-Ben Copies, 1974. $1.75. young children. Children at your seder, who are, to understand the Haggadah, shouht have their own written just for them. This pat)erback book scrvic(', plus songs, music, pictures to color, ideas. If you can't find this in your book st0rc, publisher: Kar-Bcn Copies, 11713 Auth Lane, Md. 20902. WORTH THE EFFORT. c o A FIRST tlAGGADAIL By Shulamit E. Ronnie C. Foont. Bonim Books, 1979. $4.95. last[ Someone wrote a children's Haggadah "story book" or craft book, that is not seders" or classrooms. This book is really m, during your own family's Pesach seder. follows the order of the usual tlaggadah. It in English but includes the prayers and Four ttebrew. This Haggadah is brand new so it get in time for this year - but don't give for it[ DON'T MISS THIS ONE[ THE JE WISH HOLIDA Y BOOK. Written Lazar. Illustrated by Marion Behr. 1977. $7.95. Suggested for ages 8-12. This different craft ideas, recipes, and games to help various .le.wish holidays throughout the year. cheerful, easy to read book. It is worth the because you will use it all year, over and over SHOULD tlAVE THIS ONE. CAPTAIN JIRI AND RABBI JACOB, Jewish folk(ale and illustrated by Marilyn House Publishers, 1976. $6.95. Ages 5-8. students, with the help of Captain Jiri, healthy to defend oneself. Captain Jiri and the help of Rabbi Jacob, learn that there is fighting. The author wrote the ancient folk(sit the pictures are excellent. RECOMMENDED" c JEWISH HOLIDA YS. By Margery Lisa C. Wesson. Holt, Rinehart, and 1978. $5.95. Suggested for ages 5-8. This most of the Jewish holidays throughout the. ably know most of the facts included in But if you have a friend or teacher who i wants to understand the holidays, this book ful. Said the elephant to the giraffe, m!" "This h,aky boat just mes mc laUt;" The reply was to diet Or sit and be. quiet, Ih'fore we must h,ave on a raft! On the desert There was dramatic violence And all of a sudden It became complete silence. All of the silence Became very And out of this Came a great peace