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"Oewish Floridian
lume 47 Number 14
Combininfl THE JEWISH UNM mi THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Fridcy, April 5, 1974
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Reds Stiffen
Mideast Stand,
Favored Plea
By JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) A communique released by the
White House or Mar. 28 on Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's
just-concluded talks with Soviet leaders in Moscow indicated a
toughened attitude by the Russians toward a settlement of the Mid-
dle East conflict, greater Soviet involvement in Middle East activities
.-urned at a peace settlement, and U S.-Soviet determination to pursue
mutually-beneficibl trade relations regardless of the sentiment in
Congress tc link trade with the easing of Soviet emigration policies.
THAT WAS the interpretation put on the communique by
political analysts here. Government officials, however, taking their
cue i'rem Kissinger who said in London Mar. 28 that he would not
Continued on Page 11-A
PROTEST MOVEMENT MOUNTING .. 9-A
Golda Admits
Takeover Fear
By the Military
JACK GOLDMAN

"Why is this night different from all other
nights''" The hist of the Four Questions will
open the celebration of Passover at the first
Seder on Saturday evening. (See stories
relating to the hobday beginning Sec. C).
By vn/lliK SHAJtGlL
'I-;: WIY A) The
leadei i two
are ie ing with
ini r< i n the bur-'' in-
sroots protest move-
ments, a new phen< menon in Is-
raeli society winch poses a seri-
ous threat to the established
leadership.
The opposition Likud sees in
these rising movements confir-
mation of its charges that the
Labor Alignment regime is bank-
rupt and has lost the confidence
of the people.
LEADERS OF the Labor Align-
ment have acknowledged an "ele-
Continued on P*ge 3-A
BRINGS GOLAN DISENGAGEMENT MAP TO KISSINGER PAGE I7-B
Dayan in Meeting With Schlesinger
WASHINGTON (JTA)
I Israeli Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan and Secretary of Defense
James Schlesinger engaged in a
discussion at the Pentagon Tues-
day presumably on the quality of
Soviet and American weapons of
comparable purpose used in the
Yom Kippur War and Israel's re-
quirements to meet possible fu-
', ture onslaughts from its Arab
neighbors, particularly from the
i air.
Sitting in on the discussion
kwerc Deputy Defense Secretary
[William Clements and the head
' of Israel's purchasing mission in
New York, Schmeul Dror. The
Israeli Embassy Air Attache Col.
Yeshauau Areket, who is acting
as the embassy's defense attache,
also was present.
DROR'S presence seemed to
indicate that the question of the
costs of U.S. weapons was high
on the agenda.
President Nixon has not yet
determined how much of the $2.2
billion in aid to Israel is to be
given as a gift.
The President can grant up to
$1.5 billion of the total sum and
nearly all of the remaining seven
hundred million in loans.
DAYAN later Tuesday was to
discuss the matters, it was under-
stood, with members of the Senat"
Armed Services Committee at the
invitation of Its chairman, Sen.
John Stennis (D.. Miss.).
He is not scheduled to have
any additional official or public
meetings before his return to Is-
rael.
Sunday, on NBC-TV "Meet the
Press'' program. Dayan said "no"
in response to a direct question
whether he has "accomplished
something" on this five-day trip
to Washington that included two
sessions with Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger.
These were concerned pri-
marily with the projected Israeli
and Syrian negotiations on the
Golan Heights through Kis-
singer's eood offices.
DELIVERING Israel's propos-
als to Kissinger for disengage
ment on the Golan Heights. Dayan
said, was "the iirst step" in that
process.
He said that "we expect the
State Denartment to be a kind of
a mediator between us and the
Syrians" but in the meeting with
Schlesinger. Dayan added, he is
Continued on Page 10 A
NEW CRISIS
NKP Move
To Leave
Coalition?
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
mier Golda Meir's shaky coali-
tion government, arduously put
together only a few weeks ago,
is facing a new crisis the pos-
sible defection of the internally
divided National Religious Party.
NRP ministers who joined the
government in defiance of a pro-
hibition by the Chief Rabbinate
Council, are reported to be wav-
ering in face of severe pressure
from the party's "young guard,"
the religious settlers and the
Orthodox rabbinical establish-
ment.
ONE OF THEM, Welfare Min-
ister Michael Hazani, has been
telling friends that he is serious*
Soloveitchik
. Page 10-A
ly considering leaving the gov-
ernment because the pressure is
becoming too much for him to
bear.
A major lobbying effort is un-
Continued on Page 2 A


Page 2-A
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Friday, April 5. 1974
Katzir Charged With too Much Spending
t,__:j._.;.,i ntiirtHo* nomic gap.
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Knesset Finance Committee is go-
ing todte^Tttda week'the latest issue l|IWta Idl *g ~
charges that Presidenl Ephralm Katz.r Is spending too much ot ttu
taxpayers" money for his household and personal expenses.
The charges, new to Israeli
life, were published Friday in
Haaretz and picked up by most
other newspapers. They were the
p. Ime topic of conversation in so-
cial circles over the weekend.
THE MATTER came up be-
cause the Knesset must soon ap-
prove an IL 1.57 million presi-
dential household budget lor the
1974-75 fiscal year, a seven per-
cent increase over the current
budgi t.
Haaretz charged that the Pres-
ident has overspent his present
budget by IL 700.000 and that
the proposed new budget con-
tain- two items that never were
included in the budgets pfprevi-
ous Presidents IL 10.000 tor
-clothing tor the Presidenl and
his ,,,,-and IL 14.300 for lood
Jroducu." above and beyond
food tor receptions," which
Haur.U claimed will cost some
IL 50.C00 in the next fiscal year.
THE PRESIDENTS Office ini-
tially had no comment on the
Haaretz article. However, a state-
ment over the weekend noted
that during the past year, an 1
particularly since the Yom Kip-
PSES/DfNT KATZIR
increased activities
pur War, Presidential activities
increased considerably.
Trie number ot delegations
from abroad calling on the Presi-
dent is many times greater than
in previous rears, and Katzir has.
broadened the scope of the Pres-1
ident's Office, the statement said.
It stated further that certain
one-time expenses linked to the
taking of office by a new Presi-
dent were coveted by a supple
mentary budget which had been
approved by competent authori-
ties.
maakeCZ PUBLISHED a list
of alleged excessive expenditures
by the President which raise I
many eyebrows here, especially
in view of Katzir's frequent ex
Imitation-- to the public to adopt
more modest living standards in
the wake of the Yom Kippur
War and his stress on the need
to close Israel's social and eco-
nomic gap.
Accoruing to Haaretz, Katzir
employs six more staff members
than were approved, his office
pays IL 1.100 a month to rent an
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derway to get the 501 members
to reverse the party leadership's
decision to join the Meir govern-
in' :it.
The XRP Was ordered by the
Chief Rabbinate to boycott the
coalition as long as the govern-
ment refuses to amend the Law
of Return in a manner that
would invalidate conversions per-
formed by non-Orthodox rabbis.
THE THREE NRP ministers
Hazani, Interior Minister Yosef
Burg, and Minister (if Religious
Affairs Yitzhak Rafael have
come under savage criticism
from Orthodox elements for their
"disobedience."
Rabbi Zvi Yehuda Kook, the
NRP's spiritual mentor, deliver-
ed a blistering attack on "those
three persons who call them-
selves ministers" at a press con-
ference.
HE CALLED them "liars."
"desecrators of God" and "crimi-;
nals" and demanded the "de-
struction of the present govern-
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the "Who is a Jew" issue thlit
angered him so much as the
willingness of the NRP ministers
to join a minority government
that has to rely on votes of Arabs
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Golda Admits She Fears Military Takeover
Continued from Page 1A
ment of danger" that could top-
ple the political hierarchy which
has governed Israel throughout
its 26 years of existence.
Both Labor and Likud view
the movements &3 essentially
negative they say what they
are against but not what they are
for, as one political veteran put
it this week. What counter-ac-
tion, if any, will be taken is not
known at this stage.
The Labor Alignment's course
may be to try to defuse the di-s-
sidents by catering to the special
interests of their various groups,
such as war veterans.
LIKUD APPARENTLY will
try to woo them on grounds that
it is the only practical vehicle
for change. The protestors fall
into two main categories de-
mobilized soldiers and dissatis-
fied civilians, the latter mainly
academicians and professionals
but also including youth groups
and such alienated elements in
society as the Black Panthers.
Last week, steps were being
taken for the various groups to
combine in a single movement,
non-partisan in nature, but not
divorced from politics. Members
of all parties acknowledged that
the Yom Kippur War and its aft-
ermath was responsible for the
rise of serious protest move-
ments in Israel; in the past, such
movements were "mere pin-
pricks" on the body politic and
not taken seriously.
BUT NOW dissatisfaction is
widespread over the handling of
the war by the regime and the
military, over soaring inflation
which has resulted in the highest
cost of living in Israel's history,
over the prolonged and bitter
political maneuvering that pro-
duced only a shaky minority
coalition government, and over
the apparent division in the na-
tion over what course to follow
as Israel enters a phase of nego-
tiations with its Arab neighbors.
The political establishment
seems to be most alarmed over
the number of demobilized war
veterans rallying under the ban-
ner of protest. A one-man cam-
paign by a Yom Kippur War
hero, Capt. Mordechai fMotti)
Ashkenazi, produced thousands
of signatures on a petition de-
manding the resignation of De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan.
A demonstration led by Ash-
kenazi and other ex-soldiers out-
side the Prime Minister's Office
last week also demanded the res-
ignation of Premier Golda Meir.
MRS. MEIR herself acknowl-
edged, in a speech Mar. 27 to the
Hebrew University Board of Gov-
ernors in Jerusalem, that the de-
mobilized soldiers posed 'big
questions." She also inadvertent-
ly indicated that she had thought
the unthinkable when she re-
marked that "military revolution
is impossible in Israel."
"I can understand," Mrs. Meir
continued, "that they don't want
a 76-year-old woman as Prime
Minister. But I was elected."
She added that she "would
very much be tempted" to join
"anybody who goes out to dem-
onstrate against this old woman."
BUT MRS. Meir observed, "So
far we have heard only what they
are against. I hope they will come
forward saying what they are
for."
She may not have long to wait
An umbrella committee repre-
senting several protest groups
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with the aim of explorin6 means
common program.
to cooperate and work out a
The organisers Tnc;uued Ash-
kenazi; Prof. Amnon Rubinstein,
dean of the Tel Aviv University
Law School; rormer Navy Com-
mander, Yochai Ben-Nun, who
holds the rank of general in the
reserves; Hanaya Globman and
Ran Livneh. described as demo-
bilized paratroopers; Eli Ben Gal,
of Mapam; Yigal Cohen, of the
Free Cen;er, a constituent of
Likud; Saadya Marciano, of the
Black Panthers; and Tzvi Kesse
of the Labor Party's social prob-
lems study group.
EARLIER THIS movement was
called "Le'shinooy" (Movement
for Change). Its founders also
include Profs. Jonathan Shapiro,
Michael Brunner and Shaul
Friedlander, the latter from He-
brew University.
Another group founded by Tel
Aviv University Student Motti
Berkman calls itself "Students
Who Care." Its first meeting
drew only 150 of the 15,000-mem-
ber student body at Tel Aviv
University.
But it reflected widespread
student sentiment in its calls for
a change in national leadership
and "clearing the polluted po-
litical atmosphere."
A DEVELOPMENT paralleling
the growing citizens' protest
movements is the rising disaffec-
tion within Labor Party ranks
which embraces not only such
perennial dissidents as Arye
Eliav and Yitzhak Ben Aharon
but staunch party loyalists
well.
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This was manifested at a meet-
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which dissatisfaction with the
government was expressed by
such Labor stalwarts as Yitzhak
Rabin, the new Minister of La-
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Friday, April 5, 1974
East Side Elderly Fight for Kosher Lunch
" ^ the Alliance could not be chosen

By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) Some
100 elderly Jews on Manhattan's
Lower East Side are waging what
is apparently a hopeless fight to
obtain federal funds from City-
Hall for i ko-her lunch program
But the group, which meets at
the Educational Alliance on East
Broadway, one of the city's old-
e>t settlement houses, has vowed
not to give up. Although many of
the people involved are in their
70s and 80's, some suffering
from the infirmities and disabili-
tiei that plague the old. they
recentl) braved cold and windy
weather to picket City Hall and
other municipal buildings.
THEIR DEMONSTRATIONS
) gai last November during the
nistration of Mayor John V.
1 indsay and are c intinuing now
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a hot kosher lunch five days a
week for 175 people. It would be
-open to the elderly Jews and
non-Jews in the area.
Ms. Rosenbaum said that the
Alliance feels the program is im-
portant and that once the elderly
come in for lunch they would
also be able to benefit from the
comprehensive services offered
by the settlement house.
THE ALLIANCE would pro-
vide these people with the typj
of nutritional meal they would
otherwise not have. Ms. Rosen-
baum stressed. Most of the elder-
ly are widows or widowers and
live alone and are victims of
what she called the "bread and
butter syndrome''
Ms. Rosenbaum explained th;it
this syndrome affects the elderly,
most of whom have raised fami-
lies, but now living alone do not
know how. or lack the desire, to
cook for just one person So they
eat just a slice of bread or a roll
and butter or just waim up some
soup.
The program would also pro-
vide hot lunches in tl.> home
for people who are bedridden or
cannot leave their houses for
somi other reason.
WHAT PARTICULARLY irks
the Educational Alliance is that
they feel they were promised the
funds bv the federal government
some two years ago.
This was when Dr. Arthur
Flemming. VS. Commissioner on
Aging, visited the East Broadway
building and. according to Alli-
ance officials, promised them
they would get funds for such a
program.
Then last summer the Older
American's Act was passed by
Congress providing S10 million
for food programs for the elderly
of which S4.1 million was given
to New York City.
The funds are administered
through the city, and when Alli-
ance officials who thought they
would be in line for the program
first broached the subject last
Nov. they were told not even to
bother applying, according to Ms.
Rosenbaum.
THE ALLIANCE nevertheless
applied along with some 200 oth-
er organizations of which 55 were
approved for the flat S64.00C
grant But some additional fund-
were available and the A'.'.iana
thought it would be on the top of
the list i" get approval. But ap-
parently it isn't.
Alice Brophy. head of th<
Mayor's Office on the Agin i
tiiat all of the groups which have
applied are probably des<
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bel tw the subsistence lew l
in New York. How do you
choose?" she asked. But she sail
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the Alliance could not be chosen
because there are already two
lunch programs in the area.
There is none in the Rockaways
where 40 percent of the people
are over 65." she said.
BIT MS. Roenbaum stressed
that the other two programs or.
the Lower East Side are non-
kosher programs. -These people
cannot eat non-kosher food." she
said. People who eat non-kosh.'i
can eat kosher food." She noted
that the lunch program as out-
lined in the Older AmericanV
Act stresses that the meals should
take in the cultural habits of the
people involved. And this would
require kosher meals under thi;
category, she said.
There is one other aspect of
the program which was placed
eloquently by the elderly them-
51 ee who meet every other
week to plan their strategy. Many
of them have been Alliance
members for nearly 40 years.
The Educational Alliance is
the center of our area." one said.
"We are lonely, and a lunch
program would help us to be to-
g< ter, to cut down on our loneli-
ness." Another woman in her
seventies said she lived on the
fourth floor of a walk-up and
stayed at the Alliance a.l day
since she could not go home lor
lunch and have to walk up the
stairs more than once a da\.
MS. ROSENBAIM said these
people, now living on Socul Se-
curity, arc either Immigrants or
children of immigrants who ined
the Lower East Siie all their
lives. Many have children hut
the) do not want to leave .he
neighborhood they love and nave
> s lived in. She said that the
lice knows the $64.0X10 will
r>e enough, cjpcciall;, :0r
kosher food.
But 5he said the Alliance
the program is so important that
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Dayan Meets Schlesinger
Continued from Page 1A
"to discuss relations and arms
supply- between the United
States and Israel and that "will
be a direct negotiation."
DAYAN ALSO said on the
'Meet the Press" program that
he did not have "many com-
plaints" about the quality of U.S.
weapons, but he did "have some
complaints about not having
sonu" U.S. arms that he ap-
parently felt Israel needs.
He did not describe them. How-
ever, he said that the anti-air-
craft missiles supplied by the
Soviets to the Arab forces have
"some superiority" over the kind
provided by the U.S. to Israel.
HE SAID that he did not know
whether the U.S. has "anything
better" than what the Russians
transferred to the Arabs.
He said categorically that he
was satisfied with the American
anti-tank missiles and antitank
artillery which he said "can meet
the needs" of Israel.
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Israeli Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan said on a television inter-
view here Sunday that he had pea-
son to believe that Cuban and
North Korean troops were serv-
ing alongside Syrian forces on the
Golan Heights in addition to
troops from other Arab states.
Urge Best
Weapons
For Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) A
request that the United States
make "all conventional weapons
in the American arsenal avail-
able to Israel so that it can
maintain its defense capabilities.'
\\:i- called for in a resolution
adopted by the national boat I oi
the American Zionist Federation
which met 11 e,
While ex re sing gratitude to
the United States government foi
aid given to Israel dun::- th<
Yom Kippur War and since, the
resolution stated that with "Syria
threatening Israel's northern
flank and with open warfare a
possibility, it is essential that
these weapons be made available
to Israel now."'
OTHER RESOLUTIONS pre-
sented bv Moshe Kagan that
Were adopted by the 700,000-
tnember Zionist coordinating
group of 13 national Zionist or-
ganizations call for a reaffirnia-
tion of support for the Jackson-
Mills-Vanik legislation, criticism
of Syria for the recent murder
of tour Jewish women and Syr-
ia's policy of discrimination
again.-t its remaining 4.500 Jews,
and pledges of additional support
for Israel.
"UNSWERVING SUPPORT of
material and human resources
for Israel in its struggle for sur-
vival and development" was ex-
pressed in another resolution and
in a letter to Prime Minister
Golda Meir from Rabbi Israel
Miller, president of the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation.
The resolution called for "per-
sonal aliya, for financial aid
through the United Jewish Ap-
peal, through investments in Is-
rael Bonds and through strength-
ening the Zionist public informa-
tion programs in behalf of the
validity and justice of the Israeli
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He placed the size of the Cuban
force at a brigade.
Appearing on the NBC-TV
"Meet The Press" program,
Dayan, who concluded two days
of meetings here with Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger, and
a meeting last night in New York
with United Jewish Appeal lead-
ers, also said he believed Soviet-
made anti-aircraft missiles in
Syrian hands were in some ways
superior to the American weap-
ons supplied to Israel. But he in-
dicated that the superiority of
the Soviet weaponry was limited
to ground-to-air missiles. U.
anti-tank artillery supplied Israel
was satisfactory, he said. Dayan
stated he diet not believe the
Soviet-made Scud missiles in
Egypt were equipped with nu-
clear warheads. The Scud has suf-
ficient range to hit Israel pop-
ulation centers from Egypt.
Dayan declined to describe the
Israeli proposals for disengage-
ment with Syria that he presented
to Kissinger. He said he was
"hopeful... not more than hope-
ful" that Israel and Syria would
reach a disengagement accord on
the Golan Heights. (See separate
story on Dayan's meetings with
Kissinger and UJA leaders.)
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Pan WJC Decision to Postpone Talks
AMSTERDAM (JTA) The
decision by the World Jewish
Congress to postpone the meet-
ing of its Plenary Assembly orig-
inally scheduled to be held in
The Hague from Apr. 28 to May
6 has been termed "a wise deci-
sion" by a leading daily but at-
tacked as a capitulation to Arab
terroiism by a Jewish weekly.
Dr. Xahum Goldmann, WJC
president, informed the Dutch
government several days ago that
the assembly was postponed be-
cause the gathering of some 600
delegates from all over the world
creat- d serious practical prob-
lems, including problems of secu-
rity.
THERE WAS some feeling
among top WJC officials that the
Dutch Government was not in a
position to guarantee the safety
of a : tho e who were expected
,. nd especially in view of
the fact thai the delegates would
have illed the hotels in The
li.i ue and would have required
adi iti nal housing in hotels in
Rotterdam.
After apprising Dutch Premiei
Joop den Uyl ol the WJC's deci-
sion, Dr. Goldmann announced
that the 50 member Governing
e WJC would meet
tzerland at the end of
and would discuss a num-
ers im g further
ni in connection with
ned assembly.
ALTHOUGH THERE had i>ocn
rumor that the assembly
w< uld meet in .Miami. Dr. Gold-
mann'i announcement indicated
site h d been offi-
unce I.
newspaper, "Alge-
lid in an edi-
t the po tponemenl of
i blj was 'a wise I
sion" ,md "in the intere I ol all
concerned."
It noted that this was eapecial-
now when The Nether-
vulnerable to Arab ter-
rorist attacks due to the fact
that tinian hijackers of
a British Airways jet are cur-
rent Ij in Dutch custody.
THE EDITORIAL also state!
that it would not serve Dutch-
Arab relations if rhc Nether-
lands extended hospitality to the
WJC at this time.
Netherlands is the only
: i an nation currently suf-
fering a total Aral) oil boycott
nal the Arabs claim was a
pro-Israel stand during the Yom
Kippur War.
li< ivever, "The Dutch Jewish
Weekly" accused the WJC of I
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"bowing to Arab terrorism" for
what it termed the "eleventh
hour" decision to cancel the as-
sembly.
In a lengthy editorial, the pe-
riodical declared that the cancel-
lation gives the WJC "an unsym-
pathetic and cowardly" image
much to the delight of many
Arab terrorist groups.
THE PAPER also criticized
Dr Goldmann for having be-
latedly informed the Dutch gov-
ernment and the Dutch WJC Ex-
ecutive of the cancellation two
days after he officially announc-
ed it in New York.
According to the weekly, the
Dutch authorities would have
"been glad to accept the risks
involved and take the necessary
security measures" to meet them.
The editorial noted as late as
Mar 15, three days before Dr.
Goldmann made his announce-
ment in New York, Dutch com-
mittee chairman Isaac Zadoks
had been assured by Premier den
Uyl that Dutch authorities "were
capable" of assuring complete se-
Friday. April 5, 1974
curity for the assemb'y partici-
pants.
(Meanwhile in Jerusalem, in-
formed sources reported that
Leon Dulzin. acting chairman of
the Jewish Agency, has informed
Dr. Goldmann that if the assem-
bly does take place in Miami he
will do all he can to assure that
the assembly will be boycotted
by Israel. According to the same
sources, some WJC leaders ex-
pressed criticism of the decision
to hold the assembly in The
Hague rather than in Jerusalem.)
i
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There are those who say we must forget what happened at Dachau and Auschwitz and Buchenwald.
And Munich.
There are those who say that Israel's people must stand on their own feet and not expect help from
Jews in America. And that the problems of Jews in Russia have absolutely nothing to do with the
lives of Jews living today in Florida. And that the problems of the aged Jews on Miami Beach have
nothing to do with the survival of Jews as a people all over the world.
To those people we say this. You have failed to learn the lesson history has carved into our souls.
For we are not |ust Russian Jews. Or Polish Jews. Or New York Jews. Or Miami Jews. Or young Jews.
Or old Jews. We are simply Jews.
For if it is not safe to be a Jew everywhere on earth, it is not safe to be a Jew anywhere on earth.
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+Jewi*t fhrHinr
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Israel's Vets Becoming Political Activists
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) For
the first time in Israel's history,
war veterans are becoming po-
litical activists, organizing into
groups bitterly critical of the
present national leadership and
demanding far-reaching changes,
particularly new faces in the top
echelons of government.
While many small groups of
disaffected ex-soldiers emerged
after the Yom Kippur War, they
are now beginning to coalesce
into what could become a major
political force.
THE GROUPS include in-
fantry, armored corps and para-
troop veterans recently demobil-
ized after months of service. In
i i-;i!em 2.000 ex-servicemen
have joined the movement and
busy recruiting more.
La I week, some 6.000 persons.
erf them demobilized sol-
-. demonstrated outside the
Golda Admits
She Fears
Military Coup
Continued from Page 8-A
I Haim Barlev, thi
. rce i '! Industrv
' ist' r S il mo Hillel
..i m Yai... w'in recei
m Um army to b<
MK.
v ;i- held
loora at the offices i
Meir Ammit, din
K or, the Hista Irul i
rate.
l\ ADDITION to the Ca
is attended b
. Party and Histadrut offi-
While dejtails of what trans-
w ire noi disclosed it was
reliably that the partici-
- ,ii-cu.-scd what could be
reverse the present crisis
dence in the paity and
e iti image.
Among the items of serious
concern reportedly discussed
were the demonstrations by ex-
.icemen and the need to pre-
: a e for new elections.
Premier Meir only Mar. 27
racterized new election.- as
h rst thing that could hap-
pen." The Labor Party leadership
learned of the meeting in Am-
- office only after it was
- Meir and finance Min-
. Pinhas Sapir reportedly do-
led that the participants ex
themselves. The party lead-
i) i- also disturbed by the
lai number of youths who at-
led a recent rally here in sup-
port of Ben Aharon and Eliav,
the two Laboi .MKs who abstain-
ed when Premier Meir presented
her coalition government to the
Knesset for a vote of confidence.
AT THAT meeting, Ben Ahar-
on predicted: "This is the end
of an era. of a group of people
who know nothing, who have
been deaf to other voices, who
have been senile and unconsci-
ous of the dynamics that evolve
from the people."
Prime Minister's Office in Jeru-
salem while the Cabinet was in
session demanding the resigna-
tions of Premier Golda Meir and
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan.
Ministers emerging from the
building were roundly booed.
One placard demanded "Disenga-
gement between backsides and
(Cabinet) seats."
THE FOCUS of the demon-
stration was a young Yom Kip-
pur War veteran. Capt. Morde-
chai (Motti) Ashkenazi, who
started a one-man drive for
Dayan's ouster last month and
has since rallied thousands to his
cause.
He and other speakers urged
the fledgling protest movements
to join in a single organized
movement.
At the moment, the dissidents
appear to be a movement without
a leader. They are seeking one of
sufficient prestige and authority
to rally all disaffected elements.
So far, representatives of the
ex-servicemen's movements have
been approaching retired high
ranking army and navy officers.
THESE INCLUDE Gen. Israel
Tal, former Deputy Chief of
Staff; Yochai Bin Nun, a former
naval commander; Gen. Meir Zo-
rea, a much decorated veteran
who presently heads the Govern-
ment Land Authority; and Gen.
Ezer Weizman. former Air Force
commander, a former Minister of
Transport and a leader of the
Herat faction.
Weizman flatly efused to head
the veterans' movement, but the
others have shown interest while
making no commitments. Partic-
ular attention has been focused
on Tal. a veteran of 32 years of
military service that began with
the Jewish Palestinian units of
the British Army in World War
II.
Tal resigned from the army
only last Thursday. He had brief-
ly commanded Israeli forces on
the Egyptian front during the
Yom Kippur War and is known
to have had sharp differences
with his superiors, notably
Dayan, over basic strategy.
TAL, who enjoys an interna-
tional reputation as an armored
corps expert, is a champion of a
mobile defense system as op-
posed to the strategy of static de-
fense represented by the former
Barlev Line.
After the Yom Kippur War, he
felt that his counsel was not be-
ing sought. He was not invited to
meetings of the high command,
and it was made clear to him by
Dayan that he could not expect
to succeed to the position of
Chief of Staff.
Tal's differences with the mili-
tary establishment we"e taken as
a signal that he would enter
politics in the manner of another
disgruntled war hero, Gen. Ariel
(Arik) Sharon.
But he has announced no plans
and says he is still undecided on
his future activities.
SHARON, the founding father
of Likud and one of its principal
leaders, meanwhile, has made
political capital of Tal's resigna-
tion. He claimed that it repre-
sented the high command's re-
fusal to accept new ideas and
groom new leadership.
In addition to the ex-service-
men, dissident movements are
surfacing among university fac-
ulty members, practicing law-
yers, teachers and psychologists.
Though claiming to be non-
political, they are talking about
running for the Knesset. Their
stated purpose is to effect
changes in the national leader-
ship, or at least in its decision-
making processes.
Some observers think it is only
a matter of time before the acad-
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U.S. Sells Big Arms
Stockpile to Arabs
WASHINGTON (JTA) The U. S. Government sold
Hawk surface-to-air missi.es and support equipment to Saudi
Arabia, armored cars to Lebanon, and cargo planes to Saudi
Arabia and Libya after Col. Muammar Qaddafi came to power,
Rep Clarence D. Long (D.. Md.i has told the Congress.
In a speech in the Hou.e. Leng said that the data the State
Department has "finally declassified" after four months of prod-
ding on U.S. commercial shipments to Arab nations between
[966 and 1972 'are one more pa.t of the puzzle surrounding the
stance of the U.S. In the Middle East during the arms buildup
that preceded the attack on Israel" on Oct. 6.
THE DEI"AKTMENTS disclosure, he also said, "is but one
more illustration of the tact that U.S. policy in the Middle Baal
has been the opposite of what it has appeared to be namely
to favor the Aiab countries, not Israel."
Long previous had told the Congress "the little-appre-
ciated fact" that total U.S. economic and military assistance to
the Arabs between 1967 and 1973 was almost 2.5 times the total
Soviet aid to the Arabs in the same period.
In those six yean, he said, U.S. ass.stance to the Arabs
was S8.952 billion compared to $3,807 billion in U.S. economic
military and private assistance to Israel.
IN SEEKING information on U.S. arms sales to the Arabs.
Long asked for a report on Nov. 14 on exports to Egypt. Syria.
Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait. Saudi Arabia, the Sudan, Libya. Tunisia.
Aleria. .Morocco and Lebanon.
" In his response dated Mar. 18. former Virginia Gov. L.nd-
wood Holton. now Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional
Relations, reported on sales totaling $47.6 million to Saudi
Arabia. Libya and Lebanon.
Reds Break Up Pilgrim age to Martyr Graves
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Three hundred Soviet pol:ce de-
Mended on about two hundred
Jews making a pilgnmagc Dec
9 to the graves of Jewish martyrs
at Riimbuir outside Riga, arres rd
many o! them and dispersed the
,e,t'the national Conference on
coviet Jewry (NCSJ) reported
here.
Those arrested received 15day
sentences, according to Jewish
sou. :ea in the Soviet Union, the
\i s.i reported, Rumbuli is the
site of a massacre of Jews during
World War II.
IT HAS been the practice of
Riga Jews to lay wreaths at a
monument on the site. Those ar-
rested were reportedly released
later, the NCSJ reported.
Jewish sources in the Soviet
Union reported that Soviet au-
thorities have lately tightened
their restrictions on Jews in the
Riga area. They reported that
Valery Kaminsky was arrested re-
cently and given a 15-day admin-
istrative sentence on charges of
"hooliganism."
Another Riga Jew, Valery
Buyko, was questioned by the
KGB (secret police) for six hours
while his home was searched.
THE Nf'S.I also reported that
five Leningrad Jews have ap-
pealed to the mayor of that city
and to the head of the Internal
Affairs Department in Leningrad
for permission to assemble Dec.
16 in front of the municipal
.,< rtmo "r"'-t ih dpnial of
exit visas.
The five are Losif Blikh, Raul
Bra*. Arkady Rabinov, Grigory
Goman and Boris Rubinshtein.
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States and Canada lias repoited.
that Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik
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National Religious Party for
joininy Israel's new coalition gov-
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ministration, said the NRP had
not adhere! to the command of
Israel's Chief Rabbinate and of
rabbinical authorities throughout
the world who opposed the
NRP's joining the coalition as
long as the Israel Law of Return
was not amended to bar accept-
ance of Jewish immigrants con-
verted under non-Orthodox aus-
pices.
He said the NRP had also
desecrated the honor of the rab-
binate.
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as saying: "My opinion is the
same today as I expressed myself
a few weeks ago. that it is pro-
hibited to enter the government,
because it concerns an issue
which determines whether hala-
cha can be effected in the pub-
lic life of Israel.
''I have not changed my opin-
ion because in such a vital issue
there is no alternative."
RABBI SOLOVEITCHIK also
said: "All achievements with
which the NRP is boasting about
have no value.
"If they wanted to justify their
entrance in the government be-
cause it was a time of crisis,' and
therefore they had to overlook
the Who is a Jew.' law, the ques-
tion immediately rises, why
didn't (Premier) Golda Meir be-
come frightened? She did not
overlook anything and remained
by her stubbornness.''
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+.kni*t Ffrricffan
Page 11-A
Red* Stiffen Stand on Mideast
Continued from Page 1-A
discuss ".is three days of talks in Moscow until after he reported to
President Nixon.
A more active Soviet hand in current Mideast artivities'was in the paragraph which said that the U.S. and the USSR had "asreed
that taking into account their special role at the Geneva peace con-
ference on the Middle East, the sides would make efforts to promote
the solution of the key questions
of the Middle East settlement.'
THIS WAS taken to mean that
the Soviet Union insisted that
the U.S. no longer maintain its
solo performance in the disen-
gagement talk.; and that Moscow
also particioate as a partner in
any agreement.
The communique also indi-
cated that the Kremlin is ada-
mant that the Nixon Administra-
tion carry out its commitment to
supply huge credits and most-
f.ivored-nation treatment despite
overwhelming opposition in both
houses of Congress against these
concessions until the Soviets re-
!..\ their emigration policies.
The communique said, "The
are determined to pursue,
on the basis of strict observance
of the obligations they have as-
sumed, the established policy
aimed at making the process of
improving Soviet-American poi-
i ini -.ei sible."
IT WAS noted here that the
ird "irrvi rsible" was used by
Kissinger in his remarks shortly
;iftt-r his arrival in Moscow liar.
24,
The communique also noted
thai the two >ides -intend to de-
further mutually ;
and businesslike cooperation
in different areas including
trade, economic and scientific
and technological areas on a low;
term basis."
Behind the cordiality and op-
timism outwardly manifested by
the principals in the Soviet-
American latest conversations in
Moscow, the realism is that the
superpowers are probably fur-
ther apart on the Middle East
situation than at any time since
they tc tending arms to their
allies during the Yom Kippur
War.
In these conversations beween
Dr. Kissinger and Soviet leader
Leonid I. Brezhnev, tho I'nited
Slates appeared plainly on the
defensive if reports received here
from official U.S. sources are
corectly assessed by American
got eminent analysts.
I\ EFFECT, Kissinger was
i >lUng Brezhnev that if the So-
viet Union cannot lend its coop-
e ation in bringing about a Syr-
ian-Israeli di engagement on the
Golan Heights, then perhaps he
will at least acquiesce in U.S.
efforts to achieve it.
One well placed American
soiree in Moscow said that active
Si viel as i tance would be desir-
able bu if th;,t is unobtainable
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Foundation Chairman
Zev W. Kogan
JNF President Southern Region
Mayor Jay Dermer
President
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx
Executive Board Chairman
THE JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND
Strengthens Israel
Its Officers,
Board Members
Ami Council
l/Uislt the entire coiitntimitif
of Cjrenter K/Flianti
^/t joye-its
jrastover then perhaps Soviet toleration of
American activity would be
forthcoming.
Thi> .mnlicd that the Kremlin'
holds the high cards as in the
p.vt on whether high tension will
return to the Mideast or progress
toward adjustment of the Arab-
Israeli conflict will continue. So-
viet assistance was seen as not
necessary for starting Syrian-Is-
raeli "proximity" talks since Is-
raeli Minister Moshe Dayan ar-
rived here Mar. 29. and the Syr-
ians were expected to arrive
within the following week.
Where Soviet assistance may be
needed i> to per uade the Syrians
to accect certain positions.
DESPITE THE prospect of in-
direct Syrian-Israeli talks soon
after Kissinger's return from
Mo-cow. deteiioration has set in
on both the Egyptian and Syrian
fronts.
On the Golan Hd-hts, Syrian
gunners were continuing into the
third week their barrages at the
Israeli forces, Soviet equipment
and ammunition appears to be
reaching Syrian forces without
interruption.
Along the Suez, Egypt has
moved gun< into areas specific-
ally forbidden by the disengage-
ment accord and recalled the So-
viel E "VDtian collusion in 1970
whan the Egyptians moved So-
viet weaoons Into the Sue/ area
in violation of the Suez stand-
still agreement.
IN THE current case. Israel
has been assured by Kissinger,
according to Western sources
h r -. 'hr>t Egvnt will withdraw
its weapons in due time. But the
facl thai Egypt moved the guns
;.-!., tne forbidden area in the
first instance was seen as a pos-
sible test by the Cairo govern-
m< nl ol the d I 'rmination ;
U.S. and the United Natl ns
truce nil rc< rs to k -ep b >th
- adhering to the dieen
men) a Teement,
One source, in fact, indicat " thai the attack- on Egypt in fhe
Sot I n dia ma; be only a cover
in' encoi
I I iro to move ahead in the
ss of the Cair I
i usalem acco d Kissinger him-
si If had caul oi d that
. i (he Mi idle Ea i couldn't
be p fain; I Soviet oppo-
sition.
Tilt: QUESTION now rhetl
r the S will allow v,
gain ascendancj
the Arab .-i ites, pa.ticularlj
J S \ ;
irsible concessions
'I States thai will stn
en the Soviel Union in Europe
and bolster the Soviet ec in
The Jackson Mills-Vanik
islation blocking the previous
commitment by the U.S. govern-
Di 'in on trade b< nefits and cred-
its to the Soviet Union is a les-
son the Kremlin has learned.
namely, that in the U.S, legisla-
tive process the White II
does not always, have the last
word.
Victor Tibaldeo, of Victor
Pianos and Oigans, 300 NW
S4 St., was on: of a select
group of 150 Conn Organ
dealers attending a conven-
tion sponsored by Conn in
Hawaii last month. The
group compared notes on
their sales operations-
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* Jewish fhridtor
Friday. April 5, 1974
, Trotsky Socialists Rap Chavez on Israel
___..______,.,.!. ,nH in military aid" and "serves as a
By MURRAY ZITKOFF
NEW^YORK (JTA) The
' SocialisfvYoTk"efs Party (Trots-
kyism has uncovered a new ene-
my of the Arab people none
other than Cejar Chavez, presi-
dent of the United Farm Work-
ers Union.
Miguel Pendas. writing in this
week's issue of the SWP's organ.
The Militant, raps Chavez fo: ex-
pressing "a sense of solidarity"
with Israel and dsploring "the
armed violation of peace in the
Middle Eat on Yom Kippur."
CHAVEZ, who made this state-
ment las; Decembei in a tale-
pram to the congregational and
rabbinic bodies of Reform Juda-
ism, also noted I livid-
uals committed to t'le cau t of
freedom, concerned with the fate
of victims of racial, ethnic and
religious prejudice and d>crjmi-
nation. we feel a particular sen.-e
of solidarity with Israel's strug-
gle to survive as a democracy n
peace."
Furthermore, he wrote, "as
persons of minority backgrounds,
we share Israel's aspirations to
integrate people from vastly dif-
ferent backg ounds and to pro-
vide them all. including Jew and
Arab alike, with the benefits of
an advanced social system."
PENDAS IS deeply disturbed
by Chavez's views and castigates
liim in no unce:tain terms.
"Brother Chaw z is wrong to link
the struggle of Chicanos with the
nf the Israeli Stats." the
Trotskyist columnist writes.
The Chicano struggle, and in
particular that of the farm work-
ers, finds its parallel not with
Zionism but with the stiuggle for
self-determination of the Arab
people."
Scolding the trade union lead-
er for misreading history. Pendas
offers his version: "Regardless of
who fired the first shot in the
recent Yom Kippur War in the
Middle East, it is Israel who is
the real violator of peace. The
very existence of the Israeli
State has been an 'armed viola-
tion' of the rights of Arabs since
its creation in 1948."
PENDAS CONTINUES his les-
son by noting that Israel "is a
settler-colonialist state" which
(nvt,- jts e.\'"*nce '"in large
measure to U.S. financial and
military aid" and "serves as a
beachhead for yanqui imperial-
ism."
Zionists, the Trotskyist contin-
ues, "are the pawns of the Amer-
ican ruling class the very peo-
ple who are now trying to crush
the Farm Workers Union. They
have sided with the enemies of
Chicanos and all working peo-
ple."
Pendas concludes by noting
that the Palestinian struggle for
the "creation of a democratic,
secular Palestine where both
Jews and Arabs can live" re-
quires "the dismantling of the
present State of Israel" which
has not created an integrated so-
ciety "but rather an exclusive
state for Jews."
PENDAS FAILS to mention
that many Jewish organizations,
including the Reform bodies to
which Chavez sent his telegram,
and Zionist groups in this coun-
try, have long supported the
United Farm Workers Union's
struggle to organize the Chicanos
and the grape and lettuce work-
ers and have pledged not to pur-
chase non-union picked lettuce
and grapes. ..
Pendas also fails to mention
that Chavez affirmed that "man-
kind must never forget the crime
committed three decades ago
when six million were gassed in
Hitler's crematorium" and that
in this spirit urged "peaceful and
rational negotiations by both
sides" and urged "all our broth-
ers and sisters in the farmworker
movement and people of good
will throughout the world to
stand with Israel in its struggle
to live and be free."

Yis Gadal.
Ve-yis Kadash.
Sh'mey Ratio.
This Passover as we pray
for our dead, let us
remember that it is the
living who need our help.
Today.
If we, as Jews, do not
give everything we
possibly can to help
the people of Israel
endure we break faith
with those who died as
prisoners at Dachau in
1943 And those who
died as free men in the
Sinai Desert in 1973.
We break faith with our
fathers And our children.
And our childrens children.
We must not break
that faith.
We are one.
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*Jen /#> Fkrirfirir
Page 13-A
ewish-Christian Dialogue Not Sloiving
|NEW YORK(JTA)A lead-
, Vatican official declared "I
not believe the Jewish-Chris-
fn dialogue has slowed down.
{he contrary, it is very much
lie and well."
\n his first appearance before
I Jewish audience. The Most
verend Jean Jadot, Apostolic
[legate in the United States,
that an "apparent regres-
i" in Catholic-Jewish relations
Buld not be seen as alarming,
ther, it is an indication "that
new stage of more sober and
lious facing up of problems has
|un."
THE APOSTOLIC Delegate
ie his remarks in an address
100 persons at a dinner of the
^ajogue Council of America at
Essex House.
he Council is the coordinat-
body for the national rab-
leal and synagogal organize
n- of Conservative. Reform and
lodox Judaism in the United
tea.
pommenting on the siynifi-
ce of the Apostolic Delegate",
?earance before a Jewish audi-
?. Rabbi Irwin If. Blank, pres
it of the Council, said that ii
evident that "the process
Ich the late and much beloved
|>e John began in opening up
pourse between the faith com-
ities continues under Popt
tKFERKINC TO a "troubled
past which has marked the his-
tory of Catholic-Jewish relations
, Bishop Jadot cite:! "the heavy
debt that lies on the Christian
aid' in coming to terms with oui
past alienation. The struggle
agai: -; anti Semitism is not
pi Vogel, chairmen ci the
74 Combined Jewish Ap-
bal-Israsl Emergency Fund
|fort at Jade Winds in Nolh
3de, is leading the Jade
finds effort for the secend
ir in a row. A record 333
prsons attended the rscent
ie Winds meeting at
tiich guest speaker Mike
oper and "The Chosen
lildren" choral group ap-
ired. Cochairman was
km Schwartz and Irving
Woman served as coordina-
over," the Apostolic Delegate
declared.
"It merits our constant vigi-
lance and should retain a first
priority on our common agenda."
In his address to the dinner
guests, Rabbi Blank described a
series of formal consultations
with representatives of the Vati-
can which the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America has participated
in.
He said that these consulta-
tions were responsible for a re-
cent statement by a Vatican
spokesman that the Roman Cath-
olic Church no longer advocates
the internationalization of Jeru-
salem.
According to Rabbi Blank, the
Vatican's earlier support for th
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the International Jewish Com-
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The other participants in this
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Rabbi Blank stated that in a
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+Jeist Fkrid/far
Friday, April 5. 1974
, */Ae Kctbbi ^>peah
This Sabbath h Special
By DR. EMANUEL SCHEME
Rabbi Emeritus
Beth Sholom Peoples Temple
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Although the Parsha this week
is called "Tzav," the Sabbath is
a special one and has the distinc-
tive name of "Shabbas Hagadol."
The Great Sabbath."
There is ample justification for
calling this particular Sabbath
"Tie Great Sabbath." It comes
immediately prior to the begin-
ning of the Festival of Passover,
and the Passover Holiday has
great significance for the Jewish
people and for all of Jewish tradi-
tion.
Had there not been the original
PaSsover and the Exodus from
Egypt, who knows what would
have been, or would be, the fate
of the Jewish people today?
In the very explicit words of
the Passover Haggadah: "If the
Holy One, blessed be He, had not
taken our fathers out from Egypt,
then we, our children and our
children's children would still
have remained subjects to Phar-
aoh in Egypt."
And our history' teaches us that
the reason for the Exodus from
Egypt was that we might become
"a kingdom of priests and a Holy
people," that we might develop
and establish a system of law,
ethics and morality which could,
and would, serve as model for all
mankind.
This has been our raison d'etre
for these past thirty and more
centuries; and our devotion and
dedication to this cause and this
goal have given us the strength to
survive as a people these many
years.
And so "The Great Sabbath"
comes to herald the beinning of
the Festival of Passoverto tell
us that this is not just an occa-
sion for joyous family reunion or
for self-indulgence, as we partake
of the choice and tasty morsels
of special foods associated with
the observance of the Holiday.
It is also a nwriod of renewal
of faith in our heritage and tradi-
tion, of reconsecration of our-
selves to the highest ideals of our
people and of a declaration of
unhesitating and strong allegiance
to the principles of Judaism. Our
freedom was not just freedom
FROM slavery, but also freedom
To choose to be what we are.
We trust th-it this "Great Sab-
bath" and the Passover that it
brings with it may indeed be har-
bingers of good tidings for us.
for our people, and for all man-
kind.
,_, .....

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A H A V A T SHALOM CONOREGA-
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Canto,- Aron Ber. Aror. 1
ANSHE EWES. ?533 SW 19h Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumoard. Associate R..bbi
Barry Altman. 3
BETH DAVIO. z25 SW 3rd Af.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lineon.
Saturday 6:00 p.m. Sunday 9: a.m.
Sermon: "Mankind* Need for Self-
Renewal." 1:30 p.m Congregational
Seder al Spector Hall Monday 9:00
am Sermon: "The Kxodus.'
Ortho
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY1
SYNAGOGUE. 1j2 Washinator. Ave .
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern i
Canior Meyer tnoel 2*
KNEIETH ISRAEL. 1415 fuclld Ava ,
Ortriod'.x. Rabbi David Lehrfield (
Cantor Abraham Seif. Zl\
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Fiabbi Mayer Abram \
owti. Cantor Nico Felc.nan. 21
NER TAMIO (Tempie). *0th St. ane
Tatom Waterw.v. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Ed |
war* K"- I
Thursday 8:00 a.m.. Siyum Habcho-
rim. Saturday 8:00 p.m. -- fallowed |
by ('(immunity Scddurlm: Sunday 8:45,
a'm Bermon: i : "ur People stay, i
(There will be no late Friday evening i
services April 5 or 12. Services resume
on April 19 at 8:15 p.m.)
Juvenile Diabetics
To Benefit From
Annual Beta Ball
South Dade Chapter, Juvenile
Diabetes Foundation, is holding
its first annual Beta Ball Satur-
day, May 18. at the Sheraton
Four Ambassadors.
The chapter's major fund rais-
ing event of the year, the ball
will feature Paula Wayne of
"Golden Boy" fame, a dinner,
and an orchestra for dancing.
Beta Ball takes its name from
the beta cells of the pancreas
which produce insulin. Success-
ful implanting of these beta cells
could produce a cure for diabetes.
Research along these lines is be-
ing conducted at the Juvenile
Diabetes Research Institute as-
sociated wltti Hie University of
Miami School of Medicine. Pro-
ceeds from the Beta Ball will go
to fund this research.
Mrs. Mark Oren is in charge of
reservations.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave.
dox. Rabbi H. R"thman .,
Friday ^:15 p.m. Sisterhood Sabbath. I
Participating are Mrs Milton Jacob",
Mrs Harrv Finer. Mrs. I^ewis E.
i ohn, Mrs Melvln Praednaan, and
Mrs Aaron Rabinnwitz Sermon:
"Freedom and Responsibility." One*
Shabbat sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sounder In honor of v
Schinder's 70th birthday. Sunday 10:30
a.m.. Passover Family Services
----------
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi otax Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gotterman. 6
BETH TIKVA. (Reform) 9025 Son-
aet Or.
iOHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Dr. Or
thoSe*. Rabbi
Phineai A. Weberm'
SEPHAI-DIC tfCWItH CENTER. 641;
Collina Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. SI
CONOREGAT /ON ETZ CHAIV
44 Washington Ave.
154i
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APRIL 7 Ch. 10. 9:30 A.M. Jewish Worship Hour (taped)
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labowitz. Temple Ner Tanad
APRIL 7 Ch. 4. 8:30 A.M. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch 2. 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "The Continuing Battle Against Discrimination"
Guest: Arthur Teitelbaum
APRIL 7 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. Still Small Voioe
Host: Rabbi Barry Altman. Temple Beth Am
Topic: "Passover From Bondage to Freedom"
Guests: Prof. Helen Fagin, Rabbi Shimon Azulay
*.......'*""......waatawisnaiuiiiiiMaiii.i --
HETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymout Hinkee. 8
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
Friday 8 p.m. (Juest Rabbi Robert
Orkand will discuss What Shall We
Tell our Children.'"
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Cantor Nathan
Parnass. 11
Friday i:ui> p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m..
8:30 p.m. Passover Service 7:15 P.m
In si Seder Sunday 8:45 am, and 6:30
p.m Second Seder Monday S:4". 1 m
and 7:00 p.m.
OR OLOM {Temple i S755 SW 15th
St. Conservative. Rabb' David M.
Baron. Can;or Benjamin Ben Ari. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. t>500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mauri;*
Klein. '4
Passover services: Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Monday 9:00 a m.
ZION (Tenrle). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
ser\ttive. Rabbi Nor,nan Shapiro.
Canto- Errol Helfman 18
Friday S:1B p m. Family Night Satur-
day 9:00 am Bermon: "Sedrah of
the Week.' 7:46 p m Paeeo\ Serv-
ice Sunday 9:00 am and 7.43 p.m.
Monday 9:00 am.
MUM
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.I
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi N.i ',
than Znlondek 18
MOUTH MIAMI
BETH MOShE CONGREGA"! ION. 2225
NE 121st t Coraervative Rabbi
Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirachenbaum 85
Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Yehuda
Binyamin. 35
Passover Services: Saturday. Sunday,
and Monday at 9:00 a.m.
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway
North Bar Villaoe. Conservative
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFAP,
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Ml
ami Beach. Orthoaox. Rabbi Mor
deeai Chaimov.ts
NOffTH MIAMI BIACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 10O
siF Miami Gardens Or Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor lair
Alpern. 3?
AGUOACH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19256
N.E. 3rd f Orthodox. S3-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Bead
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max l.ip-
acl.'ti. Cantor Ja:ob B. Mendetaon. V
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor O
Zwelling Canter Jack Lem* *
(Pesach services will be conducted
by truest Rabbi F-lliot Winograd) Fri-
day 7 pm. Saturday 8:30 am Ser-
mon: "The CJreat Escape." 7:30 p.m.
Bermon: "Peaach.' Bunday 8:30 a.m.
Tooi, -The Mlaains Link" Monday
I 10 a m Topic "Fender For a Fool."
SINAI (Temple). 0 NORTH
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform
Ralph P. Kmgsiev "antor
Shulkea.
OADE
Rabb
Irvine
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tzav
"And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, command Aaron
and his sons, saying, this is the law of the burnt-c|ferin
(Chapters VI-VIII)
SACRIFICIAL DUTIES OF THE PRIESTS The pr-sts
were charged with the duty of bringing a burnt-offering on
behalf of the community every morning and evening and the
fire on the altar was to be kept burning continuously. Supple-
mentary laws prescribed their sacrificial duties and the portions
if the offerings they were to receive as their dues. Their share
il the meal, sin and trespass offerings could be eaten cmly
within the court of the sanctuary by a priest who was cere-
monially clean. Aaron, from the time he was ordained, was to
bring a meal-offering each morning and evening on his own
behalf and on behalf of the priesthood. The peace offering was
the only sacrifice of which the offerer, too. was permitted to
partake provided ho was ceremonially clean
CONSECRATION OF AARON AND HIS SONS In an
aThTs,VsonerCm0ny hGld ln thC C0Urt 0f the *<*<>-. Aaron
ana hls sons were consecrated and installed bv Mose*. in th*
offering with its accessories, and the laver and its *. Tot
which stood m the court of the sanctuary. He then poured the
anointing oil upon Aaron's head to sanctify him. Finally the
ordinary priests were invested with their garments, and a sin-
offering, burnt offering and a special consecration were offered
up by Moses. These rites were repeated for seven dav.s, Aaron
and his sons remaining in the court throughout the period.
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MIAMI BfACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox Pabbl 3> Thuraday B:H am. Friday 10:10 a.m.
HurniiiK of the Chometa. Saturday
7*00 a.m. Shabbus Haaradol Services.
6:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Great Sab-
bath The Foundation of Paaaover.'
First Seder, aervlcea 7:30 p.m. Sunday
Paaaover Services at 9:00 am. and
7:S0 p.m. Sermon: "The Passover and
the Emancipation Act."
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecal Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryehu T. Svvir-
aVy. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL 'Temo'e). 154', Jef-
ferson Ave Conservative. Cantor
Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronlsh.
Cantor Oavid Conviaer 21
Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "What's
New About the New HaKeadah?" Sat-
urday 10:46 am Pesach Services: Bat-
nrda} S:H p.m CongresTatlonal Beder
8:45 Sunday I0:4( a.m. Family Wor-
ship.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN H2BREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodjx.
Rabbi Dow Rozenwa>3- 23
CUBAN SE^HARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGAT'ON. 715 Washinqton Ave
Ratbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23 A
EMANU-EL (Tempiei. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adlee. 74
Paaaover schedule: Thursday 8:00 a.m
in i?y pm Saturday 9:00 a.m
al'ij a m; .T" Junior Confresatlon
1 -rnplB Ballroom. Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Services:1" ~ 0r Co"Kr^ar tlot,
Hne',?,^kAi:AD?.MY ^OO *> Tree
Groaa R'bbi Al*"1.r "
CJ?V^0AT,ON AN.NELL (Branc-
of Hebrew Academy). 7th St and
Meridian Ave. Orthodox. 25.a
KY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NI ,
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov ;
Bidnick officiating. SI '
VOUNO ISI.AtL OF umEATER Ml
AMI. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox
Rabbi Zaiman Kossowskv. SI
CORAL GABUS
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd I
Reform. Rabbi Michael B Eiaen ,
?at. Cantor Rita Shore 44 .
Friday 8 00 pm Familv Woehlp
Service. Saturday ll:li am Serv-
ice ami Har Mitzvah if M.irc. eon at
Mrs. Shelia I.essem Sunday 11:15 am \
Paaaover Service and Rat Mitzvah of,
Iflnnl, daUKhter of Mr and Mrs
Sheldon Simons. At K:3i) p.m.. Con-
irreeatlonal Seder in the Temple so-
cial hall.
ZAMORA (Temp,e> 44 Z.tmora Avt
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A
Berger. Cantor stanlr.y Rich. 41
SUKfSIDl
MOGAN OAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox Rabb
Isaac D. Vine. Cantor Leibrl)
Levine. K
f0*T IAUDUDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7"00 W
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabhi Philip A
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 41
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Parl
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abraena. Cantor Jerome Klement. 4J
P0MPAM0 BfAfH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 610"
NW 9th St
Paaaover Barvicea: Sunday 9:00 am.
s"OLOM (Temple). iS2 SE 11th Av
Conservafiv. R-.t,bi Morris A. Skoc
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. n
HAUANDAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEP
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave
Rabbi Harry E. Schwaru. Cantd
Jacob Danzlper. 1?
Friday Sir, p.m Sermon: "Varyine;
Peaach Cuatoma and Obaervances.
Saturday morniiiK aervlcea Saturday
Paoaover Rarvloe 7-10 n m. Snndaj
8:45 a.m. Topic: "The Seder, Reliv-
ing Jewish Experience." Sunday 7
p.m followed by ConRregatl.ina: s.
der Monday > <:. .1 m Topic: "The
Epic of the Warsaw fihetto."
Nonrwooo
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON
GREGATION. Conservative. 350
University D-. Rabbi Max Weitz. 4*
BETH EL 1 temple). 1351 S 14lh A/
Refor'n. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4t
BETH SHALOM '(Temple). 4801 Ar
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor
ton M.il.ivsky Cantor Irving Gold 4i
Florida Flamingos
To Participate In
Tennis Tourney
Members of the Florida Fla-
mingos, local entry in the World
Team Tennis League, will parti-
cipate in the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy's invitational cele-
brity tennis tournament next
month.
Announcement of the Flamin-
gos' acceptance was made by
Abel Holtz and Judge Norman
Ciment, cochairmer of the pro-
am tourney which is expected to
become an annual event spon-
sored by the Hebrew Academy.
Bob Shapiro, operations direc-
tor of the tennis team, said prin-
cipal owner Ted Cohen "is de-
lighted to take part in this charity
event which will help widen the
ever-growing circle of tennis en-
thusiasts. The Flamingos intend
to serve the community's educa-
tional and philanthropic institu-
tions as much as possible."
Format of the tourney, which
will be open for men and women,
singles and doubles, will be de-
veloped this month, Holtz said.
The president of the Bank of Mi-
ami Beach is a tennis enthusiast.
Proceeds of the meet will be
used for the scholarship fund of
the Hebrew Academy, which with
1,000 students is the largest He-
brew day school in the South
and is a member agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and Torah Umesorah.
Individuals and organizations
wishing to participate in the
tournament are asked to contact
Gerald Schwartz, tourney coor-
dinator, at the Hebrew Academy
office.
Judge Ciment stressed that the
tournament is intended for both
veteran and beginning players.
Talk In Hebrew
By Dr. Efron
e>
Leon Segal will preside at the
last meeting of the season for
the Hebrew Forum Wednesday,
April 17. at 2 p.m. at the Amer-
ican Bank, Alton and Lincoln
Rds.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Reu-
ban Efron who will discuss, in
Hebrew. "The Russian Jews in
the State of Israel.' A graduate
of the Kovne (Lithuania) Uni-
versity where he received his
PhD in political science, Dr.
Efron earned degrees in law at
Atlanta Law School and the
George Washington University
Law School.
He practiced law in Washing-
ton. D.C., for many years, but
recently settled in Israel. He is
in the United States for a brief
visit.
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD.
(Orthodox). 3801 Stirling Rd. 5a
Saturday 9:00 a.m
MIKAMAK
ISRAEL (Tempie). 6920 SW SSth St
Conservative. Rabbl Avrom Drazin.
Canto,- Abraham Koater. %
HOMtSTlAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
1E3 NE 8th St. Conservative. SI
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbl David Shapiro
Cantor Yehuda Hellhrn.m
Friday 8:15 pm Faimly Service. Sat-
urday 10:15 a_m. and 6 p.m.
'*M5.!*7,J AHM Con.er.atlv,
1 i ?W*Z,nd Awa" Hollywood. Rabb
Rabbl Salomon B.narroch. Ca"*m
Harry Schmerlino. 47-B
ft Frazm. Cantor Michael Kyrr.
This page is prepar^-i in
\ cooperation unth the Greate*
Miami Raobiiiicdl Association
I Ccordinator of the feature*
ir-hearitif here <
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ABC-TV Mum on Production
Continued from Page 4-A
Richard Robinson's "Record of
Ancyent Historyes" (15771.
And to "II Pccarone," by Ser
Giovanni Fiorentino (1558).
The likelihood is that Shake-
speare was much inspired by
thrse precursors at a time when
Britain seethed over the convic-
! on and kinging of RoderigO
i] i /. a Spanish Jew who was a
(ician to Queen Elizabeth.
LOPEZ PAD been caught plot-
her death, as well as the
l of Antonio Perez, the Por-
( pretender.
Accordingly, Shakespeare put
;:!i these dramatic elements to-
pether. along with Marlowe's
Jew df Malta" and Robert Wil-
son's The Three Ladies of Lon-
don." to exploit the popular fecl-
f the day running against
the Jews.
Why not? He faithfully cribbed
Plantus and Plutarch and SO
many other sources of history
and the drama throughout his
lil .
Reckoned in these terms, the
ages-long debate whether or not
Shakespeare and his "Merchant
of Venice" were anti-Semitic is
an absurdity.
THOSE WHO argue that
Shakespeare presented Shylock
as a plea for a more liberal atti-
tude toward the Jews are as far
off the mark as those who sug-
gest that he was, like most men
Of his time, an intractable anti-
Semite.
The truth more nearly is that
Shakespeare wa; a successful
playwright, producer and direc-
tor."
And that he would stage any-
thing worthy in his eyes that he
thought would meet with popular
acclaim.
AND SO Shylock is a fairly
accurate portrayal of English at-
titudes toward Jews at the cross-
roads of the 16th and 17th cen-
turies. Shakespeare cared Uttla
whether it advanced or diminish-
ed the cause of Jews.
What I have always found dis-
turbing about "The Merchant of
Venice" is that it masquerades
tin the gui e of a trase.1v, but its
major elements (the love affairs
between Bassanio and Portia and
Gratiano and Neritsa) are pas-
toral.
IT TELLS the story of Shy-
lock's tragic reversal of fortune.
But you are not meant to re-
spond to the tragedy. In fact, it
is a vehicle for Christian rejoic-
ing at the downfall of a Jew it
tli" same lime that it moralizes
about the downfall and takes
great inspiration in its prosely-
tizing. All's well that ends well
after all. the Jew abandons his
contemptible faith and achieves
salvation.
With his unerring sense for
the stage. Shakespeare knew this
was not enough dramatic excite-
ment, and so he spicbd up the
play with the pastoral elements
of exchanged ring, and the
choice of Portia's portrait in the
three caskets precisely the
sort of stuff Londoners of the
day liked so well.
EVEN IN ITS poetry, there is
no consistency. The great "qual-
ity of mercy" speech is not mer-
ciful at all. It is a threat to the
"Jew, Though justice be thy
plea That in the course of
justice, none of us Should see
salvation." Shylock must give up
the devil's work (being Jewish)
or suffer the loss of all his world-
ly goods, a sly statement about
Jewish usuriousness.
The outcome is doubly disgust-
ing because even the proselytiz-
ing is without Christian convic-
tion. Shylock's choice is deliber-
ately meant to say less about his
easy compromise of his Judaism
than about the unyielding Jew-
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in his strange 19th century adap-
tation of the play, he has pur-
sued it long and arduously 1
saw it in London in 1970).
THE PHONY modernization is
no more reasonable than Sir
Laurence's parting of the (Cad-
dish to its ending is understand-
able.
For whom is the Kaddish
chanted the death of Jewry
and Jewry'; enforced conversion
to Christianity? Historically, thai
has not yel happened even if
The Merchant of Venice" pre-
dicts it with Shylock's submission
to the couit's sentence.
If as Ben Jonson said of him.
he knew little Latin and less
Greek, it also seems thai Shake-
speare knew nothing at all about
the steadfastness of Jewish at-
tachment to Judaism.
Or is the chanting of the Kad-
dish for the play itself, which
fails to rise from its own demise
the moment the curtain rise-,;
ONE NEVER knows, nor can
Sir Laurence's quaint caress of
one Jewish cheek with the Kad- i
dish mitigate Shakespeare -
smack on the other.
To this enigma, and Sir Laur-
ence's incomprehensible attrac-
tion toward the play, must now
be added the ambiguous reason-
ing behind ABC-TV's production
of it.
ABC-TV's silence is surely
something like the silence from
heaven. One dare not question
omniscience. Like Shakespeare, it
speaks lor itself.
But then, so does all the other
bad television these days, which
needs no explanation either.
Fabbis in the North Dade area are adding their efforts to
the work of the Initial and Advance Gifts Division of the
1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Present for a recent division meeting at Aventura Country
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Students Rap
Red Wall
Of Silence
NEW YORK (JTA)Nearly
100 students from campuses rang-
ing from Boston to Philadelphia
who gathered here at a New
York area campus action con-
ference sponsored by the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry heard
former top Moscow activist Kiril
Khenkin charge that a "wall of
silence" was again being imposed
on Soviet Jews.
"No one has to be under the
illusion that things are getting
better,'' he declared, describing
how Jewish emigration from the
USSR is still "selective, restric-
tive and absolutely unfree."
THE .SWITCHING of political
- iii criminal charges, al-
ugh "purely fabricate
si Jewish activists has de-
i ; wesl rn protest to a "de-
.1 nee," and the discon-
>n of most phones of
act.w Jews might mean "the
end" of the vital communu, I
link to the free world.
In a wide-ranging question-ar.d-
answe I on, Khenkin chal-
the assertion that the
Jack-on Amendment endangered
Bviet Jews Without it. he said,
they would be much worse off.
DURING THE all-day confer-
ence of action workshops and
committee met tings, the students
called for the countering of the
new Soviet trade offensive.
Large corporations should be
asked to intervene for indivl
Soviet Jews. and pressures
snould be brought to bear on key
importers Of Soviet products as
Monieu Henri Wines, whicl
owned by Pepsico.
the students felt greater
efforts had to be made to enlist
the aid of humanitarian and
political groups on campuses in
the struggle for human rights in
the USSR, with particular efforts
' n the aid of scien-
;-- in major centers such as
Mil'.
J sh r anizations were ca!'-
cd on tin' finance personm
expand SSSJ activities in these
directions.
At present, there are no such
subsidies, the SSSJ leaders said.
THE CONFEREES also recom-
mended the 'adoption'- of in-
dividual immigrant families by
; oups throughout
the area.
Some 1.450 Soviet Jews came
to the United States in 19731
About 2,800 are expected this
year. Of these figures, about 50
per cent remain in New York
City, it was reported.
Income Rate Has
Been Increased
The B'nai B'rith Foundation of
the United States Heritage An-
nuity Trust Fund program has
raised its annual income return
rates up to 9 percent, according
to Jack H. Levin, chairman of the
South Florida Development Coun-
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charitable contribution while as-
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as with real estate. When I i
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capital gains tax.
The B'nai B'rith Foundation 13
offering a booklet which describe?
the program. For a free copy con-
tact Edward Tumaroff, regional
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Philanthropist Among First
Tower Forty One Residents
Among Ihe first residents to
move into Tower Forty One, the
waterfront condominium devel-

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MR. and MRS. HARRY OSIPOWIJZ
oped by Zuckerman-Vernon at
4'.01 Pine Trot' Dr.. Miami Beach,
were Mr. and Airs. Harry Osipo-
witl. well-known philanthropist;
who contributed funds and raised
the additional amount necessarj
to construct the Antopol Syna-1
gosue in Tel Aviv in 1963.
Now BO years ol I, Mr. 0
witz was IK when he 1
to the United Stati I Anto-
pol in Poli-h K,i-sia. bill he -
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"Men ol the Year." Rabbi Eugene Lcbovkz, spiritual lead-
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Rosemary's llnmc
By ROSEMARY Ft'RM.W
I HAVEN'T quite decided how
%. I feel about hijh school class
rtions. Are they dreadfully em-
barrassing, or are they rather
fascinating? A lot depends, 1 sus-
pect, on the classiness of the
Class. Are they, after all. people
you want to see again? ...
What prompts all this is an in-
vitation in the mail from the 1954
Beach High senior class reunion
committee. The reunion is sched-
uled on May 25 at the Marriott
Hotel, and if the invitation de-
s'cr>"d bv Partv Girls, is any in-
dication, the party should be very
speoui ...
BIT WHAT of the class? I've
been trying to remember. I was
for only a year and a half,
but I believe it was a very spe-
cial class, if I do say so my-
self ...
THERE WAS tall, slender Hal
Dressner whose family owned the
Sorrento, and who has written
some very funny books. And
Carole I.cvinson Gerstein. whom
we u=ed to call "Cabbie'- when
she was a cheer leader, and be-
fore she married Hick Gerstein ...
And 1 rememb?r Pepi Granat,
'.vho is now a practicing physician
in Miami and the author of a
column on sex for the Miami
News. Pepi was Beach High
Queen ...
Barbara I.epselter, who sat
next to m" in Special English.
is now Mrs. Alan Abrlson, and
she sits next to me at PTA meet-
ings ...
HER FATHER, Uncle Leon,
now caterer at the Cadillac Hotel,
in those days ran the White
House Hotel coffee shop ...
And Carole Newman Waldman,
who made me hard boiled eggs
for lunch, and married the guy
who. rumor had it, owned the
dress house. Junior Sophisticates.
Since they were my favorite de-
signs. I really couldn't imagine
the incredible luck of getting
Anne Klein originals wholesale.
To me. Carole made it big ...
And then there was Richard
Massingtnn, now a successful at-
torney 'are there any other
kind?), whose wife, Carole Fine,
helped designed the invitation
I remember the secret crush I
had on him because he looked
CLUB PARTY TIME
the
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BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Prh tin
so much likealontgomery ("lift.
Oh please, la him still look like
Montgomery Clift. it\ worth it to
g.i just :.) check him ou' .
And Joan Berke, who seemed
to fo low me from school to
school. She had been in m\ class
in New York, and when I moved
down here, there she was. Her
claim to famea role in "Wish
You Were Here" on Broadway.
She married Arnold Lettennan,
and I wonder if she now sines
for charities on Long Island
where she lives ...
And Erna Feldman, a school
princes. She married a Connec-
ticut veterinarian. I hope she
comes...
And Mary Lee Hiller, then
Adler, who cake-walked her way
into our hearts as head major-
ette. I can't miss this. Embarras
sing or not. it must be experi-
enced. See you at the Marriott.
tfr rtr tr
On April 4, tlv Miami Art Cen-
ter opened a major exhibition of
work by eight contemporary art-
ists: Dan Christensen, Neil Jen-
ncy, Don Judd, Roy Lichtenstein.
Robert Rausch*nberg, Gary Ste-
phen. Cy Twombly, and Peter
Young...
There is enough of each man's
work to view to come to some
kind of understanding of the
diversity and uniqueness that is
today's art world. This appear-
to bi> a very nn.ior exhibition,
and one that Miamtans should
encourage by their attendance
Another gall-ry that seems to
be doing good things is the
Brickell Gallon- on Brickell Ave.'
Mercedes Ferre is behind that
one...
And congratulations to Medici
II. which gave the women artists
of Miami an exhibition in con-1
junction with their exhibition at:
the Y. Among the artists in that 1
one are Meredith Smith. Ilise
Greenstein. Phvllis Salz, and Re-
nee Ranaud.
* By the was, lest I play fav-
orites. the other women involved
in the making of invitations for
the Reach High bash under the
name. Party Girls, are besides
Carole Mas*ineton, Arlene Sieglc
and Tan>a Goldhach .. .
R07 Gettis is busily planning i
panic;, under the name. Affairs
with a F'.air. while her sister-in-
law, F-tab;'lle is still designing
her Invitations and selling sta
tioncry like m
On !' wedding scene: Sheila
Ross and Robert Apfel became
one on March 9. Her parents are j
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Weinstein.
And Billy and Yo Miller's daugh-.
ter. Angk, married Ken Rietz, of
I os Angeles, and are off to Mill- '
lei Bap for their honeymoon.
'
Fla h: i heard that Nancy 7..
Greene was at the po.-h Mt. Sinai
Ball. Someone I know sat at her
t ile I am (infinitely getting'
clo er and closer. Ry the way,
this person assure? me that
Nancy Z. Greene does exist. What
do you think. Louella?
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* BemUA fh^rkPar
Friday, April 5, 1974
Finance Minister Pinchas Sapir
Coming To Visit Miami This Month
Following Israel's adoption of
record budgets for the new fiscal
year beginning April 1, Finance
Minister Pinchas Sapir will come
to Miami this month to dramatize
the role of the $1 billion Israel
Bond campaign in enabling Israel
to proceed with vital economic
projects to speed the country's
economic recovery from the Yom
Kippur War.
Sapir, who will be in Miami for
one day only during his visit to
the United States, will confer
with leaders of the Jewish com-
munity at several informal group
meetings to promote Israel Bond
purchases.
A special effort will be made
to enroll individuals as members
of the Prime Minister's Club, a
new honor society with those des-
ignated for membership being
men and women who have in-
dicated their participation through
their pace-setiing purchases of
$25,000 or more.
Prior to departing for the
United States this week, Israel's
Minister of Finance sent a
message in which he warned that
no resources would be available
for development unless the Israel
Bond Organization assumed full
responsibility for the new De-
flNANCi MINISTIR PINCHAS SAPIR
velopmer.t Budget. Israel's ca-
pacity to strengthen its economy
and provide jobs for new im-
migrants from Soviet Russia and
elsewhere depends on the suc-
cess of this year's SI biliion Is-
rael Bond drive, he declared.
Other cities in Sapir's tour of
the U.S. and Canada include New
York. Chicago. Milwaukee, Los
Angeles. Baltimore. Rochester.
Toronto. Boston and Newark.
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.Friday. April 5. 1974
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Lehman Queries Brezhnev on Exit Request
WASHINGTON Congress-
man William Lehman has fired
off a letter to Leonid I. Brezh-
nev, general secreta y of the
Communist Party of the USSR in
Moscow, requesting that Dr. Bor-
is Rubinstein, of Leningrad, be
allowed to emigrate to Israel.
Lehman reminded Brezhnev
that "very serious and disturb-
ing reports have reached the U.S.
regarding Dr. Rubinstein."
According to Lehman. "After
his interrogation, he was hospi-
talized for more than a month
due to sever? burns. Apparently,
?. toxic chemical had been spread
on Dr. Rubinstein's chair."
t> -':
Moral Grounds lor Support
HARRIMAN, N.Y.An Amcr-
. : and an Israeli scholar open-
. two-day conference on "La.
bar and the Middle East" with a
sharp (Inference of opinion as to
the basic motivation behind mas-
sive American support for Israel.
The debate took place here at
the ninth annual Arden Hou e
unference of the American His-
ladrut Cultural Exchange Insti-
tute.
Leslie Gelb. visiting professor
Bl Georgetown University, and
national security correspondent
ol the New York Time-, told the
audience of jome 90 academics.
community leaders, trade union-
-- and college students that to
'.size the "strategic imp ir-
of Israel to the United
" was to "deal in sophistrj
!f suDpor. is li mandei n the
that Israel is An
I ally In c ml i
tration in that area, then it
be argued that tl
d be more valuable b> \ Ir-
c,f their numbers and their
resources.
e only valid basis for de-
manding American
i; a "moral commitment,"
h eoe back to the days of
President Truman, who n ected
George Marshall's strategic
tlation that the Jewish State
was not desirable.
JWV Applauds Soviet Hero
WASHINGTON". DC. The
Jewish War Veterans of the
ISA. applau.'ed the actions ol
a retired, much decorated Soviet
Army Colonel for returning his
medals and renouncing his citi-
zenship in the Soviet Union in
protest of official refusals for a
Via to emifate to Israel.
The JWV was referring to
Naum M. Alshansky, a retired
So\ iet Army C\.lonel who was
earlier stripped ol his rank and
deprived of his officer's pension
shortly after he applied for per-
mission to leave for Israel in
1971. He is one of several highly
decorated Soviet war heroes de-
nied the ri'.-ht to emigrate.
New Book Available
NEW YORK The de5t uc-
tion of the Fir>t and Second
Temple-: of Jerusalem, the Span-
ish Inquisition, the anti-Jewi h
pogroms of Czaiist Russia and
the Nazi holocaust are evocative-
ly linked in a new edition of the
biblical Book of Lamentations."
illu:trated by Mark Podwal and
published this week by the Na-
tional Council on Art in Jewi.h
Life.
] he "Bo< k of 1 I ms" is
traditional!) res I lur ng s.vna-
. i .. services on fi is B' \\
the fast day coi
l mples el trud or ich this
fa I on '.i ~ 28 ninth
Heb
puses. Instead, universities and
their leaders when faced with
crises 'quickij ran for cover or
devised ways of compromising
their ideals rather than remain-
ing ba.tions of truth."
While American Jewry has
long reco.'nized the many short-
comings of the American legal
system. Rabbi Schnaidman writes
that the Jewi-h community was
taken aback by the widespread
"politicization of justice" during
the pa.-t decade.
tr & &
Nrail Must Withdraw
TEL AVIV President Hafez
Assad has stated that the shoot-
in,' along the Golan Heights
would continue until Israel with-
draws from the enclave it cap-
tured in the Yom Kippur War
and returned the territory cap-
tured during the Six-Day War.
Syrian Vice P. esident Abdel-
hakim Khaddam reafirmed this
when he told a press conference
in Tuni- mat Israel must with-
draw from all Arab territories
oaurkd in the Six-Day War. in-
cluding Old Jerusalem, and must
lecognizc the "legitimate rights"
of th? Pale tinian people before
Sy-ia agrees to a di engagement
pact.
A <>
Jackson Can Conciliate
Differences
DALLASSen. Henry F. Jack-

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Judaism and si
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man. instruct e at
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Writing in "S i'n i a Jewish
jou rial, he saj I e W ati rj
affair foil iws a "li I ol intern
porary disappointment during
the ;P60s and earlj 70's. Espe-
cially disillusioning, he says, were
"the two best elements in Amer-
policy": ;h, university and
the ccuits.
According to Rabbi Schnaid-
man. American Jewry had ex-
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son and Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger can conciliate their
difference over the Jackson
Amendment and the administra-
tion's efforts toward detente with
the Soviet Union "if they will
it." according to Philip M. Klutz-
nick, of Chicago.
The former Ambassador to the
United Nations and former pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith told some
1.000 delegates attending the
B'nai B'rith Women's triennial
convention here this week that
he had "confidence" that Jack
son and Kissinger could "find a
formula to preserve the integrity
of both positions."
ft -tt ft
POW families Contacted
TEL AVIV The families of j
the 65 Israeli POWs in Syria re-
ceived their first letters. Each
prisoner stated that his condition
was satisfactory.
The letters, written in Hebrew
on Red Cross forms, were
brought from Damascus by a Red
Cross representative and deliv-
ered to the addrejsee.;' home by
couriers fiom the Israeli Army
Manpower Division.
However. a representative
from the families of the POWs
said that there was no way to
verify the state of health of the
POWs
Mme. De Philippe To Visit
Mmc. Edie de Philippe, foun-
der directress of the Israel Na-
tional Opera. *ill visit Miami
during a crosscountry April May
speaking tour, according to an
announcement made by Friend*
of the srael National Opera, Inc.,
New York City. It win be Mme.
de Philippe's first visit to her
native America in 17 years.
United Way Transfers
In accordance with the United
Way of Dade County's circular
management policy. W. Leon Mat-
thew-; has boen transferred from
his post as public information
director to the position of agency
operations director and George
Geiger, an associate in the Publi,-
Information Department, has
bf-en appointed to succeed Mat-
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Seen al the "Wishing Weil" which was featured at the
annual Spring Luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom at the Eden Roc Hotel March 27, axz Mrs. Leonard
Plait, (left) luncheon chairman; Mrs. Irving Miller, Sister-
hood president, and Sisterhood advisor Mrs. Leon Kronish,
wife of the temple's spiritual leader.
Ceramics Classes
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Registration is now being taken
ai the Y.M-YWHA of Greater Mi-
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in the aft of ceramics 0>n to
high school students and adults.
Classes will be held at the
VMHA 8300 SW 8th St., from 8
p.m. until 10 p.m. Beginning Wed-
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be limited in size and registra-
tion is on a first-come basla.
Registration may be made by-
mail or through Allan .lust in the
Cultural Development Office at,
the Y.
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at 10:30 a.m. His topic will be
"Everything You Always Wanted
to Know About Cosmetic Surg-
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Sandi Frankel.
surgeon. Wed.. April 17. at 10:30
am. His topic will be "Every-
thing You Always Wanted to
Know About Cosmetic Surgery."
For reservations contact Sandi
Franke).
Ch. 4 News Team In Israel
A five-man Ch. 4 news team
will travel throughout Israel dur-
ing the next two weeks, feeding j
back reports on the Passover and ,
Easter holidays and gathering
film footage for a documentary j
on the changing mood of that j
country. Assistant news director
Ruth Sperling, correspondent Ik;-
Seamans and cameramen Warren j
Jones and Larry Hendricks de-
parted for the Middle East last
weekend. Ralph Renick. vice !
president news director of
WTYJ. who will head the team,
plans to join them in Tel Aviv-
Sunday.

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Fridny, April 5. 1974
Thomas Brandeis Selected
As Masada Award Recipient
Thomas II. Brandeis, r"'/l/l
of the Barnett Bank of Bay liar
bor Islands, \.A has been select
THOMAS H. BRANDHS
We the State of Israel
\ sad i ard .if a cocktail re-
lion at the De Contin
(Ri rtaurant on Bay Harbor Is-
land, according to Root rt I..
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lion.
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Bank of Miami Beach, the City
National Bank and American Sav-
in and Loan Association of
Florida.
An active participant in com
munity affairs, Brandeis serves as
u r president and director of the
rama Area Chamber of Com-
, n and as vice president and
, ol the N irth Shore
h He has Iso served
Annual Youth

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N.M.B. Symphony Marks 10th Anniversary
?articirants in the recent annual community Aliyah Con-
=rence held at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in-
luded (horn lei* to right) Israel Shapiro, director of the
srael Aliych Center: Mrs. Alfred Stone, national vice pres-
cient of Mizrachi Women- Avraham Schenker, chairman
the Department of Culture and Education of the World
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Special Passover Seders i ZOA Campaigning For New Members
Planned For M.B. Elderly
Rose Perry, membership vice ZOA has published a boo' In celebration of the coming
kssover holiday, a special -eder
li'I be hold for 470 Miami B?aeh
piior citizens Sunday at 2 p.m.
the Ocean Front Auditorium.
I The *eder is sponsored by the
h Beach Activities Center in
operation with the Nutrition
Cogram which is administered
the Jewish Vocational Service,
th members of the Greater Mi-
Jewish Federation's family
agencies. Much of the food for
seder will be donated by
jonel Bosem of Coronet Cater-
The South Beach Activities
enter will also provide a seder.
[trough its Friendly Visitors Pro-
ram, for residents of the Four
reedoms Nursing Home, Miami
>ach, Friday.
The Greater Miami Jev is!- Fed-
ration, in cooperation with the
i>. -ii Vocational Service, was
1- :\:mental in obtaining .i V-.'\-
ral grant from Title VII of trie
(lder Americans Act in the
punt of $433,897 to Initiate
^mniunity-wide nutrition pro-
ram in Miami Beach.
I The City of Miami Bea^h also
^fcrtvides special funds enabling
Bthv program to meet special nu-
^itional needs which are charac-
teristic of the elderlymany of
fh>)m are isolated, disabled and
Jving on a fixed low income.
The State of Florida Division
Aging makes policy for this
ate with regard to how the
Utds are to be distributed and
provides general and program-
at:c supervision.
The Miami Beach nutrition pro-
ram which began last Decemb?r
now providing 940 free hot
*jtneals a day. five days a week.
at five different meal sites. In
some cases meals are delivered
to the homes of those seniors who
are unable to participate in the
congregate meal setting.
The United Way of Dade Coun-
ty and Metropolitan Dade County
provide the local matching funds \
for other meal programs now in i
operation throughout Greater Mil
ami. The Little Havana Activities
Center, which is providing 400
hot meals, five days a week, to
seniors in Miami's Spanish-speak-
ing areas, receives a Federal al-
location of 3235.000 under Title |
VII, with local funding from the
United Way.
The meals program adminis-,
tered by the Dade County Com ;
irunity Action Agency receives,
S126.C00 from the Federal Gov-:
ernment in addition to local fund
ing from Metropolitan Dade
County. Senior Centers. Inc..'
h provides 200 hot meals in '
locations throughout Dade Coun-
ty, receives an annual S380.000 in
Federal money, with local fund-
ing from the United Way.
Various services, inclining in- \
formation and referral, escort and !
transportation, are also available
to senior citizens at the Miami,
Beach meal sites. In addition i
those individuals participating in j
th" meals program are informed j
of special counseling, health and i
recreational service available to
them through the facilities of;
th Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's agencies.
The five meal sites operating
in Miami Beach are located at
the South Beach Elementary
Schocl, 1035 Third St.; Ida Fish-
er Junior High School 1420
Drexel Ave.: 920 Alton Rd.; the
I ohrman Dav School. 727 77th
St., and the Ocean Front Audito-
rium, 1001 Ocean Dr.
president for Broward Zionist
District of the ZOA, has an-
nounced a campaign for new
members.
For information on the group.
"Should Jews Survive." which
available at no charge. It can be
secured by contacting Mrs. Perry
or Mel Reiser.
ica soon celebrates its 76th an-
niversary and requests support
with either family or life mem-
berships.
Sam J. Perry will shortly cele-
brate his 12th year as president
Zionist Organization of Amer- of the Brow an! Zionist District^
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Passover Holiday Greetings
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sLnninT DuehnT 8 two No maintenance. We also cut the Tennis. Four lighted courts. All A community center. Where you
.e >wav h '^ too far, gra^ do the landscaping, take care with great playing surfaces. And can g.ve part.es, play b.lhards
Til hav; ; liule shopping center of extenor painting. All for a small there will be more to come. meet fnends. There s even a
of our own in the village square. monthly fee.
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social director.
mdball. Five lighted courts. A security patrol. And we've also Swimming pools. All heated. All Trees and grass. Our townhouses
Some of the finest courts in Dade got street lights. So you'll feel O.K. within easy walking distance of will be separated by green-
County. We also have two volley- about going out for an evening your door. Another nice thing is belts. Connected by winding paths,
ball courts. stroll. that we take care of them, not you. You'll feel like you're in a village.
Two minutes from Jordan Marsh, just across the Palmetto, If you'd like to take a look at townhouses that give you more
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JmistitkrMtor
Pag* 17-B
NEW YORK (JTA) Is-
raeli Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan displayed cautious opti-
mism here Sunday night over a
peace settlement between Israel
and its Arab neighbors.
Addressing 300 American Jew-
ish leaders at a United Jewish
Appeal dinner after a weekend
of talks in Washington with Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kissin-
ger, Dayan said that never before
in its 26 years of existence had
Israel encountered "such a con-
structive attitude from the Arab
people with regard to peace."
HE SAID that Israel for its
part was ready to "negotiate with
everybody in the Middle East, in-
cluding the Palestinians God
knows who they are," but stress-
ed that Israel had to remain mili-
tarily strong and indicated that
it was asking the U.S. for more
military equipment. He said he
hoped "we will get what we
want."
The Defense Minister warned,
however, that a difficult road lay
ahead. He stressed that negotiat-
ing a disengagement agreement
or even a cease-fire with Syria
will be much more difficult than
with Egypt.
He played down the reported
Egyptian violation of the disen-
gagement accord as he had
earlier in the day to reporters in
Washington saying that with
regard to disengagement. Israel
had "no serious complaint"
against Egypt.
Dayan Brings Kissinger
Golan Disengagement Map
DAYAN DID not disclose the
substance of his talks with Kis-
singer three hours Friday and
90 minutes Saturday but hint-
ed that progress was being made
in connection with an Israeli-Syr-
ian separation of forces. He ob-
served that the Middle East
"never had such a good media-
tor" as the Secretary whom he
described as "very capable" and
"dynamic."
With regard to Syria. Dayan
said that despite "the wide gap
between the two basic positions"
the Syrians seemed interested in
an agreement. He said he based
his belief on the fact that Damas-
cus, knowing the Israeli position,
nevertheless will send a repre-
sentative to Washington to dis-
cuss negotiations.
(A Syrian representative, so
far unidentified, is expected to
arrive in Washington April 11
for meetings with Kissinger, it
was disclosed Saturday. Soviet
Foreign Minister Andrei Gromy-
ko is expected in the capital at
the same time for talks that are
expected to include the Middle
East.)
DAYAN SAID of an eventual
accord with Syria that "It will
not be a peace agreement. If we
reach a real cease-fire, that will
be enough." He stressed that no-
body could stop the Syrians from
fighting but the Russians, not
even the Americans. "Only the
Russians can do it." he said.
He added that Israel, too,
would have to convince the Syr-
ians that it was "not woith fight-
ing."
Dayan observed that this year
will be the most important "for
Israel and the Jewish people"
with respect to peace talks. He
noted that there are now four
parties to any Mideast settlement
Israel, the Arab states, the
U.S. and USSR.
He said there was "some kind
of coordination" between the
two superpowers on the Middle
East.
DAYAN TOLD the UJA audi-
ence that Israel recognized that
the U.S. had other interests in
the Middle East apart from keep-
ing Israel alive. He listed those
interests as the energy problem,
relations with the Arab states
and competition with the Soviet
Union. He referred to the re-
sumption of formal diplomatic
lelations between Washington
and Cairo as "a great achieve-
ment" but did not elaborate.
Dayan told the UJA leaders
that he had come to the U.S. at
this time for two reasons to
discuss an Israeli-Syrian disen-
gagement process with Kissinger
and to meet with the leadership
of the American Jewish commu-
nity.
The Defense Minister present-
ed Kissinger with Israeli disen-
gagement proposals and a detail-
ed map at the State Department
Friday. Kissinger later described
the proposals as essentially the
same but "more elaborate" than
Israel's first proposals which he
conveyed to Damascus last
month.
MEETING REPORTERS after
their final meeting Saturday,
Dayan and Kissinger described
their talks as "very constructive"
and were hopeful that a disen-
gagement accord would be reach-
ed with Syria. "We believe we
have a useful basis." Kissinger
said. Dayan remarked, "I am
really glad I came over here.
"Fighting we can do at home,
but for peace we have to come to
Washington and work through
the Secretary." Kissinger hinted
that the U.S. initiative to bring
about an Israeli-Syrian agree-
ment would be undertaken
through the medium of "proxi-
mity talks" in Washington rather
than by "shuttle diplomacy" be-
tween Jerusalem and Damascus.
KISSINGER INDICATED that
Dayan would be in Washington
again. Asked what specific bilat-
eral issues were discussed, Kis-
singer replied, "assurance of reg-
ular return visits of the Defense
Minister." When a reporter asked
Kissinger. "Are we ever going
back to Geneva?" the original
site for a Mideast peace confer*
ence. the Secretary replied. "We
do not have a target date but we
expect to."
Dayan was particularly concil-
iatory toward the Egyptian gov-
ernment. Responding to ques-
tions, he said he did not know
whether the EavDtians had re-
moved "all the euns" that Israel
charged had been illegally moved
to the east bank of the Suez
Canal in violation of the disen-
Continued on Page 22-B
Rurdines
a#florida
"the time of the singing
of the birds is come
and the voice of the turtle
is heard in the land.''
from The Song W S*gs
TO OUR FRIENDS,
A JOYOUS PASSOVER




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Friday, April 5, 1974
Community Llpi
To Be Held In
Community Ulpan Hebrew
classes for >>. Intermedi-
ate and advanced level stu tents
under the joint sponsorship of
the American Ziuni-' Federation,
th Israel Aiiyah Center and the
i ,.., ;,i \ .. j or Jewish Edu-
,, on, will begin during the
we k o! A] ril L5-18, ii
in North Dad luth Dade and
Miami Beach.
The Ulpan Hel i a-e
part of a i' '' "'-
,.-! i>\ th ':t of
Education I Culti re of the
World Zioni I i >r [ani tation under
the direction of Dr. Abraham
nes.
Cla ses will b he! I at T mo]
Sinai of North Hade. 19801 NE
22nd Ave., Mondays and Wednes-
days from 9:?0 a m. to noon, be-
ginning April 15, and Tuesdays
and Thur days from 7:30 to 10:00
pm beginning April ir>. for all
levels.
Miami Beach classes will he at
Temple Menorah. 75th Street and
Dickons Ave.. Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 7:30 to 10:00
p.m. beginning April 16.
South Dade area classes will
b- held at Temple Zion. 8000
Miller Rd.. Tuesdays and Thurs-
days from 7:30 to 10.00 p.m. be-
ginning April 16.
The Ulpan Hebrew classes will
be accredited by Miami-Dade
Community College and students
will receive three college credit.;
upon completion.
Fee for the 45 hour course will
be $42.50, with no charge for
those individuals who are teach-
ers in the Dade County Public
Schools or for students who are
presently enrolled in one of the
high schools of the area.
In addition to the Hebrew lan-
guage learning in the Ulpan
clas.es Israeli culture is also in-
troduced. Classes discuss recent
happening in Israel and learn
Hebrew songs and dances. In ad-
dition they arrange for parties
and meals together, with the en-
tire menu and ordering in He-
brew.
Instructors for the classes are
e pccially t:ained teachers who
have been involved in in-service
study in the methodology of
teaching Ulpan Hebrew. They
concentrate on spoken Hebrew
in Hebrew Classes
Three Local ions
with the Israeli accent, so as to
provide a od speech model for
t ie students.
In addition to he glasses listed
HeTTrei class-
e hold al remple Beth Sho-
; m o v mi B ach, with Shula
David sen in a instru
rhroughi ul the county, special
holida; cel brations an
members of all the Ulpan
classes,
S irving i n th Hebrew Ulpan
i i nittee are Harriet Green
of the Am< rican Zionist
Federation: Israel S I rec-
tor of the Israel Aiiyah Center:
/..!< Abraham
.1 Gittehon, executive and a so
i iat directors of the Central
\ fency for Jewish Education;
I.evi Soshuk, prominent Hebrew
educator, and Rita Gold, t-oordi-
i itor of the Ulpan Program.
Addition information may be
secure I from the office of
c.Ai.K.. 4uoj Biscayne B
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends
MISTER RICHARD
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HAPPY HOLIDAYS
A Happy Holiday
to the enrire
Jewish Corrmuniry
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Telephone 238-6041
Delis Bakery Inc.
8635 Coral Way
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5777 Bird Road
Miami 33155
MM. Opti-Mrs.
Plan Meeting.
The Opti-Mrs, Club of Miami
Peach Will held Its Biontl ij
rreeting at n ion T
\ in Restaurant. S a< ast Ea t.
Jim Levtnson, progran
<-hall nr.il.: r. ill introduce V
the guest speaker. Mrs.
Louis Masin is taking :'>' va
liens.
Tile Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami
Beach raisi ui >:- for the main-
ice ol sch for emo-
. sturbed chil i
on Saturday. Ap il 20. the
inds will
have dim i seats
in the clubhouse 11 P mpan -
Race Track T i spo tation will
.eed-
v. i. go towai Stolarjhios
foi emotionally disturbed chil-!
dren.
For reservations call Mrs
H [ram o Mrs; Arthur
Hornreich.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
&TBEKMAN CATERERS
1009 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami
642-2671
HOLIDAY REFT NGS
TO OUR FRIEND?
AND CUSTOMERS
Mr. Richard
Sanz Salon Of
The Flamingo Hotel
5875 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone 866-4646
MR. and MRS. IRVING NEWMAN
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. DAVID S. MILLER
and FAMILY
MILLER NEWMAN
Insurance Agency
580 N.E. 92nd Street, Miami Shores, Florida
TELEPHONE 757-1636
extends best wishes to all their friends
for a Very Happy Passover
i
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Dr. Lee Salk Guest Speaker
At April 16 JFCS Luncheon
Traditional Seder For
VA Hospital Patients
Dr. Lee Salk, director, Division
of Pediatric Psychology at New
York Hospital's Cornell Medical
Center and also Clinical Profes-
sor of Psychology and Pediatrics,
Cornell University Medical Col-
lege, will be the guest speaker at
the annual Women's Committee
of Jewish Family and Children's
Service installation luncheon at
the Eden Roc Hotel April 16.
Dr. Salk. who will deal with
the subject, "The Complexities
Of Raising A Child In These
i a" is also a noted author,
lecturer, teacher, and columnist,
ad\ Ice on child rearing is
monthly in McCaU's Maga-
zine.
The doctor's specific concern is
the development of method- and
procedures for preventing emo-
tional disturbances. At the New
York Hospital-Cornell Medical
Center, Dr. Salk has been involv-
ed in establishing' procedures for
early screening and diagnosis of
children with psychological dis-
orders. His fundamental research
on infant behavior has gained
wide recognition and has stimu-
lated new areas for research.
Dr. Salk's book, "What Every
Child Would Like His Parents
To Know," has earned him the
acclaim of the American Acad-
emy of Pediatrics, which has
hailed his book as "among the
very best in quality."
The Women's Committee of
JFCS functions to supplement
the financial aid supplied the
agency by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and United Fund.
Department of Florida Com-
mander M. Jay Berliner and state
Auxiliary President Shirley Tra-
gash have announced that a tra-
ditional Seder service will be
conducted by Rabbi Charles M
Rubel for patients at the Vet-
erans Administration Hospital
Monday at 6:30 p.m.
Jerry Brunner, national of-
ficer, and Lee Haspil, national
officer for the Ladies Auiliary.
are in charge of arrangements.
Other committee members are
Rollo Jacobson, Abe Waldman,
and Ruth Burman.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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1148 West 68th Street, Hialeah, Florida
Telephone 821-4341 821-9292
Holiday Greetings From
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1130 S.E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 885-3562
DR. IK SALK
A recent undertaking has been
to raise $20,000 to help finance
the agency's newest office located
at 850 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. In little over a year this
otficc has helped over 1,100 in-
dividuals with social and person-
al problems and has aided more
than 400 walk-ins.
JFCS, with facilities also lo-
cated in North Miami. Miami
Beach and South Miami, is a
member agency of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the
United Fund.
Resei vations for the luncheon
are being handled at JFCS main
Office, 1790 S'.V 27th Ave.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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(Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily)
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26th Anniversary
Sincere thanks to
all my customers and friends
and a Happy Passover
(Servic* h our goal)
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Friday, April 5, 1974
f^assovcr
Residents ol Buddy Towers in North Miami Beech ex-
pnssed their support oi Israel's economic development with
a highly successful "Nigh: in Israel" Mar. 28 honoring
and Mrs. Irving Stc; who received the State
oi Israel Bond? Scroll oi Honor. Making the presontation
was Jack Lee'o, who served as chairman ci the ennuol
Israel Bonds evenl a: Buckley Towers.
A tint* for families to gather together.
A fe to give thanks for one's preciouj heritage
A tin 'or traditional observances and sacred religious rites.
A ir<-.-' for warmth and affection laughter and love
' i c,?ssover time, and we wish yoo a joyous celebration.
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Member FDIC
ALAN E. MASTER, President
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Dr. Phi:!D H. Simon (second from left) displays the State oi
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Bond Organization at a "L'Chaim to Israel" held recently
lie Harbour House. With Dr. Simon are (from left) Sidney
Engelhordt, a vice chrirman cf the Isiaei Bond event;
Philip Kopiisky, ch&i.-.ian, and Gsrald Office. Dr. Simrr
was honored icr his selfless efforts in support oi Israel's
economic development. ________

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Yom Haatzmaut Celebration
In M.B. Auditorium April 23
A communitywide celebration
of Yom Haatzmaut, Israel's 2oth
anniversary of independence, will
be held Thursday night, April 25,
in the Miami Beach Auditorium
under the sponsorship of the
American Zionist Federation.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has agreed to be a co-
sponsor, according to Mrs. Milton
Green, national vice president of
the AZF and president of the
South Florida Zionist Federation.
Last year's celebration of Yom
Haatzmaut. also sponsored by the
Zionist Federation, attracted a
paid audience of more than 8.600
persons and was the largest in
the United States held on Israel
Independence Day.
This year's observance will
have a limit of 4.000 persons be-
cause of continuing construction
on the wrap-around of the Miami
Beach Convention Center, Mrs.
Green said.
Happy Holiday From .
F0NTANA
SHOES, INC.
217 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily
A Happy Passover To All.
CAMERON'S CORNER
SERVICE STATION
Accessories-Tires-Batteries
Road Service & Repairs
9790 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 665-6478
Dr. and Mrs.
Henry King
Stanford
wish their many friends
a very Happy Passover
Greetings ...
JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKLER-LYDEN
Realtors
Sales Rentals Management
1418 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
444-6161
A Happy Passover To All..
JOSEPH
LOWE
Painting & Pressure Cleaning
Commercial and Residential
Phone 691-5471
2130 NW 105th Street
Miami, Florida
A Happy Passover To All
DRAW DRAPES off
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2020 Harrison Street
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
PHONE:
DADE: 947-4215
BROWARD: 927-7008
Leading American and Israeli
officials will participate in the
program, with Gerald Schwartz, a
past president of ;he South Flor-
ida Zionist Federation, serving
again a< general chairman of Is-
rael Independence Day. Schwartz,
a former president of the Miami
Beach Lodg? of B'nai B'rith. has
been chairman of several Yom
Haatzmaut celebrations for Dade
and Broward counties.
Tickets are available at the of-
fices of the South Florida Zion-
ist Federation. Hadassah. Pioneer
Women, Mizrachi, B'nai Zion,
Labor Zionist Alliance. Zionist
Organization of America and
many other Zionist and Jewish
organizations.
A musical program will be fea-
tured along with outstanding
MRS. MUTON GRfN
speakers. Schwartz said, in urging
maximum community participa-
tion in the first Independence
Day observance since the Yom
Kippur War.
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Friday, April 5, 1374
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i Dade County Office Offers Fret Information Folders
-- .. __j ..<. i;.ncB taxes and
w
n
With
ISABEL GKOVE
A big. bouncing boy weighing
in at 9 pounds for Catherine and
her lawyer husband, Dvid S.
Wieder. Born March 23, Alan
Harold Wlrder joins sister Steph-
anie, who is all of 2'2 years old.
Grandparents of the duo are Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Wieder of Mi-
ami Beach and Dr. and Mrs. Eric
Legmenn of France.
'
Mr. and Mrs! William Suss-
wein. I7f>0 James Ave., Miami
Beach, marked their 57th wed-
ding anniversary on April 1. Sun-
day they will be joined by their
inn. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny
Sussweln of Boca Raton. Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Donnerstein of North
Miami, an,! Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Lerner of Miami Beach, and all
their grandchildren for a family
dinner at some fancy restaurant,
they will adjourn to the
home of the Sol Lerners for fur-
ther festivities. The senior Suss-
weins came here in 1945. some 29
years ago and have participated
in many community and charita-
ble activities. Mrs. S.. a past pres-
ident of the Lincoln Chapter.
Haven School for Retarded, was
secretary of Esther Group of
Hadassah for two years, and is a
life member of the Women's
League for Israel among others. '

"LThaim To Life." docu-
mentary film on the Jewish Peo-
ple, was given its premiere show-
ing on ORT Day. March 20. at
Gusman Philharmonic Hall by
Women's American ORT, (Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
Through Training) Southeastern
Florida Region. The film, by
Harold Mayer, was narrated by
Eli Wallach. Among distinguish-
ed guests were Richard Stone,
Florida's Secretary of State and
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Community Chaplaincy,
and. representin Congressman
William Lehman, his executive
assistants, Mr. and Mrs. George
Sipkin.
Winner of the Golden Cine
Award and an entry in the Euro-
pean Film Festivals. "L'Chaim
To Life" is of epic importance as
it shows the agonies through
which the Jewish peovle have
passed, the suffering they have
endured, and how interwoven the
ORT movement has been to the
conception of the life giving and
life sustaining values for which
the Jewish people stand.
ft ir is
Kings Bay and Westview Coun-
try Clubs will renew their friend-
ly golf rivalry Sunday when
teams of 10 couples meet at
Daycm Brings Kissinger Golan
Disengagement Map
Continued from Page KB
gagement accord.
"There is a dispute about it,"
he said, and that "the way I in-
terpret the agreement, it was not
carried out."
HE SAID the United Nations
Emergency Force commander.
Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo, "has to
check it out."
However, Dayan immediately
added that "I am sure they (the
Egyptians) did not introduce any
offensive weapons" and that "I
do not think Egypt is trying to
violate the agreement. I think
there was a difference of inter-
pretation and it can be settled "
Greetings From
a cries, v_/c
7
1825 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
379-8997
Coral Gables
2317 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
445-6166
Kings Bay. Starting gun will go
off at 1 p.m.. and you can be
sure that Westview will be trying
to wipe out the 16 to 14 defeat
it suffered last year at the hands
of the Kings Bay players. Team
captains are Jack and Lily Lang-
er for Westview and Gene and
Pat Glithero for Kings Bay.
On the cultural rather than the
physical side of life. Kings Bay
will have a showing of the woi ks
of Leeba Moskowltz, South Miami
artist, painter and sculptor, dur-
ing April.
-
Nina Diamond, well known
concert singer in the South Flor-
ida area, will be featured guest
artist for the sixth consecutive
year when she assists in conriuet-
iiii; the traditional Passover Se-
dei Saturday evening at the Eden
Roe Hotel, for the George Gersh-
win Chapter, Knights of Pythias.
Mrs. Diamond will sing during
the blessing of the candles as
well as offering other traditional
Passover songs. Tuesday evening.
Mrs, Diamond was heard in con-
cert at the Caribbean Hotel
where she offered a program of
Bongs in English, Yiddish and
Hebrew.
New residents to Florida and
Dade County are invited to pick
up free, useful information fold-
ers at any Dade County Citizens
Information Service office.
Information is provided on
auto inspection, voter registra-
tion, homestead exemption, driv-
er's licenses, taxes and senior
citizens services. To obtain a
copy, stop by any of these loca-
tions: Central Office, 73 W. Flag-
ler St.; North Dade Center, 1865
NE 167th St.; Northwest Dade
Center, 4504 NW 183rd St.; JfV-.-t
Dade Center 8581 SW 24!h St.;
and South Dade Center, 10710
SW 211th St.
The Dade County Citizens In-
formation Service answers ques-
tions and helps solve problems.
It helflg. citizens cut government
red tape, and provides a direct
access to the appropriate county,
city, state or federal government
office, or private agency.
we extend holiday cjrcetincjs
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Cuban Hebrews Set Pace For CJA-IEF Campaign
A
Over 500 members of the Cuban Hebrew Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1974 Combined Jewish-Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund attended a gala dance and concert
Saturday night at the Playboy Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach.
The well-attended event highlighted the most successful !
fund-raising year ever sponsored by the Committee. Under tht
leadership of Committee chairman Dr. George Feldenkrais anc
Campaign director Rafael Kravec. the Committee, which include?
members from other Latin American countries, is seeking thi~
year a 150 percent increase in giving over the 1973 total.
The Cuban Hebrew group also marked the 26th year of
Israel's independence with a candle lighting ceremony, and sing-
ing and dancing to Israeli >ongs.
Three generations were present Saturday
night for th? impressive turnout at the Cu-
ban Hebrew CJA-IEF dance. Among the
very active younger membership of the
Committee were (left to right) Mr. end Mrs.
Guillermo Soschin, Mr. and Mrs. Steven
Feig and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Newman.
Enjoying the enthusiastic response at the
Cuban Hebrew Committee's Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund dance
and concert Saturday night at the Playboy
Plaza Hotel, were (left to right) Committee
chairman Dr. George Feldenkrais and Mrs.
Feldenkrais; Campaign director for the
Committee Rafael Kravec and Mrs. Kravec;
Mrs. Morton Silberman and Mr. Silberman,
chairman of the 1974 CJA-IEF. Mr. Silber-
man lauded the Committee for its continued
support to the 1974 drive.
As Pacesetters of the 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal Israe;
Emergency Fund, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Olemberg received
the Alivah Award horn Morton Silbsrman, (right) chair-
man of'the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1974 CJA-
IEF, at the dance sponsored Saturday night by the Cuban
Hebrew Committee.
Deborah A. Simon Becomes Bride Of
Dr. Schonfield, California Dentist
Deborah A. Simon, daughter of
Harold E. Simon and Mrs. Judy
Simon of Miami, became the
MRS. STfPHMI 5CHONHUD
bride of Dr. Stephen G. Schon-
field, son of Mrs. Sylvia Schon-
field of Beverly Hills. Calif., at
10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 3, at Beth
David Congregation with Rabbi
Sol Landau officiating.
The bride is a graduate of Nor-
land Senior High and holds a
B.A. degree from the University
of Florida. She is a member of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Dr. Schonfield is a graduate of
UCLA, and attended Dental
School at the University of
Southern California, where he
was a member of Zeta Beta Tau
and the Alpha Omega profes-
sional fraternity. He is a staff
member of the Los Angele.
County District Attorney's Office,
and is on staff at Cedars-Sina.
Hospital. He also teaches at USC
Dental School.
Dr. Schonfield was special con-
sultant to actor Walter Matthau
who portrayed a dentist in the
film "Cactus Flower." and served
on the S. S. Hope hospital ship
while it was stationed in Brazil.
Dr. Schonfield's paternal
grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Schon-
field, was one of the founders of
the City of Hope Charity Hospi-
tal.
A reception was held at the
Four Ambassadors Hotel follow-
ing the ceremony. In attendance
were Deborah's grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon of
Coral Gables, and Mrs. Grace
Dantzer of Philadelphia.
After a honeymoon in Israel,
the couple will reside in Beverly
Hills, Calif.
A Happy Passover To All..
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
MILTON RICHMOND
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TEINNIS CENTERS OF AMERICA
6601 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
Off South Dixie Highway and 67th Avenue
ADULT & SPECIAL CHILDRENS CLASSES
FLORIDA'S FIRST TENNIS SCHOOL
Phone (305 661-3421 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
SUN FASHIONS
LADIES' WEAR
4 DAY OPENING SPECIAL
ANY SLACKS
100% POLYESTER
$5.75
REG. S9.95
PANTS SUITS
$18.75
REG. $24.75
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HOURS MON-Fl S.J06 00
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Miami > Oltlot Chevrolet Dealer
Extends
To All of Their Friends
Warmest Wis lies
for a
Happy and Peaceful
Passover
Luby Chevrolet City
9200 N.W. 27th Avenue
696-1711


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* * Friday, April 5. 1974
LEON C. McASKILL and
L. CLARK McASKILL
OF
McAskill Publishing Company
3811 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Wants to Wish All of Their Friends
A Very Happy Holiday
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PENNY'S PLACE
"Large and Half Sizes For Today's Woman"
PENNY BASMAN Owner
5863 SUNSET DR.. SOUTH MIAMI 666-7525
A Happy Holiday to All .
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Phone 688-8615
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FRENCH CUISINE RESTAURANT
J. A. VETO'S
Le Provencal
961 Collins Ave. cor. 10th Street
Reservations 534-5133
Open Daily at 6 p.m. (Closed Sundays)
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TEFFT'S GOWNS
BRIDAL and EVENING WEAR
3546 Coral Way Phone 443-61 \7
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GULF STREAM CARD COMPANY
7801 N.W. 71st St., Miami Phone 592-0123
DR. and MRS. MILTON SANES GOLDMAN
and daughters Rose Hannah and Lynn Esta
Extend Best Wishes for the Passover
to Their Friends and Relatives
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BILL BOFMANH LANDSCAPE MRSERY INC.
2160 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 696-4221
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GEORGE LOWD
PLASTERING & LATHING CONTRACTORS
4170 S.W. 99th Avenue 221-6672
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CHINESE VILLAGE RESTAURANT
5958 South Dixie Highway, Miami
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BUTCH PACKING CO., INC.
4115 N.W. 28th STREET
PHONE: 871-3640
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI BEACH ANIMAL HOSPITAL
____ DR. STANlEY WASAAAN
1929 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach 534-2156
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SAN S0UCI BEAUTY SALON
,., "D'*'''nct/ve Individual Coiffures"
^a6U^Sou^Blvd^, North Miami, Fla.-Phono 893-3096
THE
National Hotel
and the
Koretzky Family
Wish AM Their
Friends and Guests
A Happy Passover
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DESIGN HAIR WEAVING
2500 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida
Open Monday thru Saturday
Phone 573-2040
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
COUNTY FIRE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
7700 West Okeechobee Road
Hialeah Gardens
Phone 822-6441
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FROM
OLD CUTLER REALTY
20410 OLD CUTLER ROAD, MIAMI
hone 233-5661
The Entire Organization of J angle Qaeen
wish all Jeivish Families in Dade and
Broicard Counties a Peaceful
and Happy Passover Holiday.

K
A MUST! FT. LAUPERPALE'S ORIGINAL
Barbequc & Seafood Dinner Cruise
RESERVATIONS 524-5596 DEPARTS 7 PM $7.95 .poTx,TRAAxs
4 hours of pleasure! Sail to our tropical isle on New River for
dinner. All you wish to eat. Hilarious vaudeville show and singalong
Dancing. Also daily sightseeing cruises at 10 AM & 2 PM


April 5, 1974
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ssmoor Coconut Oeek will provide i;s residents with
B-free minibus transportation system. The c ir-conditioned
jes will be like those shown above at the Rosso
lit community in Lacuna Hilis, Calii
Ssmoor Coconut Creek ...
Eommunitv For Adults
Ros ;;
mmunitj now well
,\.i\ near Pompano Bi
otal environme it" t immu-
... t plann are
consic
the ad osident.
The:
re
m, .
side
Mod
, Arizon i, Ne
jaiiii ''
i-sei v wall over 5
long. Entry ".ill be by invil
or ider.t fication onlv. ar ; ao s
will b" :n ', ii-^mii-.'-
at all tin!' 'nv -fcurrty attendants.
Services Held
Sunday For
|om t>li A. Kayvis
Jos. '''I \ t'ay> i- of 5700 C
Miami Beach, passed
|2 Thuiv lay, March 28. at the
61. He came here from
Iphia 26 years ago. and
[eneral partner of H.
and Comoany. and a mem-
o: the Philadelphia-Balti-
Stock Exchange.
past president of Sholem
B'nai B'rith. he had also
d as president of the Bay-
Club and the 5700 Searoast
rs Club and was a long-time
er of Beth David Congrega-
rvivors include his wife.
his daughter. Mrs. Cynthia
If sky; son-in-law Dr. Irwin
(sky, and granddaughter.
Godofsky of Los Angeles:
lother, Mrs. Anna Rayvis of
^delphia; three sisters: Mrs.
ey Rudy of Atlantic Beach.
(. Mrs. Samuel Segal of Phila-
lia and Mrs. Norton Levine
srael. and one brother. Har-
layvis of Philadelphia,
irvices were held Sunday.
31. at the Blasberg Chapel
lami Beach with all arrange-
lt~ bj Gordon Funeral H ime.
Irnient was in Mount Nebo
ete y.
;l Economy'
mater Miami Men'< ORT W 11
its next general me
Ir.esday at 8 p.m. in the
Savings, Alton and
loin Rds. Guest speaker will
Vbraham A. Grunhut who will
|uss "Israel's Economy." Jer-
K. Brody is chairman of the
rd.
iappy Passover To All..
FAUST ROOFING INC.
All Types of Residential
(dustrial & Commercial Roofs
J030 SW 38th Ave., Miami
Phone: 445-5891
The computeriz ty and
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an ei
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to health
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fire
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dut;.
5
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id a hi.-.i
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i cted itional and
recreational ai

ha
1 udj lasses will
ie clubl mse i.
. and
riding, ihuffleboar I
volleyball
range will a
o li I.
A comrr in transportation
m, fai 'free, will be pr n
'... Eul ir-conditioned "mini-
-'- The buses will ah
available for charter-trips to con-
htseein: and other out-
nts.
i- no re or
lease at Rossm tor,
tervh e- and amen I -
are I in one month!;
men!
Rossm or Coconut Creek has
mode h ll an i sales
Coconut Creek Pin j .
mstructi in >il
I io Bea i
I ind State B
I is mile
'
: Sat i
I
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Biscayne Chemical
Laboratories Inc.
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN-
ING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
^ SERVING ^
DADI COUNTY BROWARO MONROE LEE
MARTIN SAINT IUCIE PALM BEACH INDIAN RIVER
1215 NW7th Ave., Miami 33136 Phone: 324-1133
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BIMJE SEAS RESORT MOTEL
Bedrooms Kitchenettes -Suites
Pool Restaurant Lounge
17315 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI tfEACH, FLORIDA 33160
Phone 945-3551
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SAND & SUN HOTEL
335 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
PHONE: 672-5331
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
GEORGE G. WHITNEY REALTY
1 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Phone 538-7401
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SHELLEY TRACTOR &
EQUIPMENT CO.
8000 N.W. 103rd Street
Hialeah Gardens, Hialeah, Florida
Phone: 821-4040
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
EDWARD B. TAIT
A Happy Passover To All .
NEW DESIGN FURNITURE
2423 SW. 8th STREET
Phone 642-5244
Be; .. r A Ha Season
CANINE CASTLE
The Ultimate \ Pro*ess'or.al Dog Grooming
Pifk up and Delivery
139 S.W. 57th A>'oi Florida
NOW T,WO LOCATIONS
Red Road at S.W. 2nd Street
Westchester Shopping Center (Near LUM'S)
8447-A S.W. 24th Street Phone 266-1760
HAPPY HOLIDAY
from
YARXS U At .ORE
CORAL GABLES
2422 Porce de Leon Blvd. 445-0376
NORTH MiAMI BEACH
1230 N.E. 163rd Street
947-8066
FORT LAUDERDALE
2306 E Oakland Park Blvd.
S.E. Conner US No. 1
564-4508
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL
1410 Ocean Drive
MltmJ Beach
Phone 532-2371
A H "=: PASSOVER TO ALL .
SJM0NE HOTEL
JOE SALET. owner and operator
Pullmanettes and Hotel Rooms
321 Ocean Drive, M:ami Beach, Florida 672-0431
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JENNINGS CONSTRUCTION CORP.
17370 South Dixie Highway, Miami, Florida
Phone 238-8231
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PAINTER'S POULTRY OF FLORIDA INC.
I860 N.W. 75th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 696-7901
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
General Hotel & Restaurant Supply Corporation
261 N.W. 71st STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 759-4515
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
YOUNG LAND FASHIONS
Phone 866-0266
9561 HARDING AVE., MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SOUTHERN MORTGAGE ASSOCIATES
1999 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami
Phone 856-8000
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
IAERERMW MOVING
AXO STORAGE
1210 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-8353
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
The PATIO BAKE SHOP
7440 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
864-2598
A Happy Passover To All .
RAINBOW PAINTING CO., INC.
SPECIALIZING IN
RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL PAINTING
7641 S.W. 93rd Ave., Miami_____________7744)028


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* Je 1st Fierikfiar
Friday. April 5. 1974*
Principals of the highly successful B:nyan-Er:ck luncheon
of the Hebrew Accchrr.y Women held at the Eden Roc
Hotel, include (Lorn left) Mrs. J. Jerry Schechter, Mrs. Julio
Grosfeld. Mrs. Al Jc.Jie and Mrs. M;mi Rudman, Mrs.
Georae Feldenkiais was geneial chairman of the function,
proceeds o', v/hich go towards the Hebrew Academy
Women 8 cledae !o oqu-^ the library for the junior r.
senior hiqh school departments in the new Merwitzer
:vcd as her cochairman.
The D<:yo of Automotive Price
Gouging Are Over
If something goes -rong with your car would you know what's
wronj or how much it would cost to lilt For only S9.95 AMCO
Auto Diagnostic Clinic will electronically e.aminc your engine,
tell you whjt's wioiig and how much it should cost no matter
where you have the work dom,
If AATCO does the repair the prict of the d.agnosis is deducted
from the cost of the repair and AATCO's prices are the best in
Miami. For eiample, a V-8 tune up is only S12.50 plus pads.
OUR AIM
Actually, what we are aiming for is a service to the motorist that
would provide a general diagnosis of his car's engine condition.
For a small fee, a motorist could drive into our clinic, find out
what is wrong with his car, then armed with our printed diagno-
sis sheet and estimate of cost for any needed repairs, he could
go to any repair shop and get it fixed, OR have it repaired by our
PRO. We believe this would prevent price gouging of the motorist
and eliminate unneeded expensive repairs.
DROP BY AATCO DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC
1661 N.W. 1 19 ST. FOR THE STRAIGHT
STORY ON YOUR CAR OR CALL FOR
APPOINTMENT 683-2740
Misrachi Women
Plan Meetings
Day at Races
Shalom Chapter American Miz
rachi Women will meet Tuesday
Bt 1 p.m. in the 100 Lincoln Road
club room. Mrs. Sam Krieger is
chapter president.
Miami Beach Chapter will have
a mid-Passover meeting Tuesday
at the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave., at l p.m. Rachi I
Katz is president. Refreshments
will be served.
Florida Council of Misrachi
Women has called a 10 a.m, i
ing for Tuesday in the Council
office, 420 Lincoln Rd. Council
president is Mrs. Alfred Fink'
stein.
Vcred Chapter president Judy
Zemel will preside at a combina-
tion board and regular meeting
Monday, April 22. at 8 p.m. at the
home of Miriam Weissman. 330
NE 164th Terr.
OAKLAND CONDOMINIUMS
of fort lai i*i:kiaij:
wishes you. all
A Happy Holiday

HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
HERMAN RESNICK
of
VABVLOIS HERMAN'S
2657 NE. 188th Street (of* Dixie Highway)
Open 7 Days 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 931-9040
Next Door to I. B. Stupendous
I
Obedience Traininq keeps
me out of the Dog*House
Jick Riordtn's Nationally Acclaimed Training Method
Train any age or breed 1 hour per week
Complete housebreaking ana in ypjif home
obed'ence training staff of eperts with
6-8 week professional course over 35 years experience
"If you lota your dog, train him properly"
k*
CALL
H.O.P.E. DOG TRAINING 621-9025 if*"
to 5 Pm
JOYOUS HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
LOUIS JACOBSON
OCEAN ELECTRIC CO.
741 5th Street, Miami Beach
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
FREE ESTIMATES EMERGENCIES
Lie. and Ins. Phone 672-7233
<-Jictppy /l7550VCJ

CHEROKEE
PLUMBING SERVICE
18058 W. Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach 33160
As iht story Qf ihe Lxodus
Is once again re-lofd,
May you and yours
share at? the joys
That'Passover can hofd.
FLAMINGO LUMBER CO. INC.
1054 E. 29th STREET
HIALEAH 33013
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Friday. April 5, 1974
*.** #?/ ftrrHfur'
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***** *

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J'chard D. Levy of Miami Bsach displays one example
rom his collection of priceless Ketubbof Jewish marriage
Jccuments thai are centuries c!d.
lusg and Friedland To Head
orteage Burning Committee
tephcn Muss and Samuel N.
bdland have been namel co-
Brmen of a Mortgage Burning
taimittee for Temole Emanu-El
H Miami Beach. Their accept-
C' were announced by Herbert
Hlkin and Dr. Sherman Kaplan.
Bcliairiii-.'ii of the April 20 din-
|r and dance at the Diplomat
tel which will honor Dr. Irv-
Lehrman on his 30th anniver-
f as rabbi of the congregation.
[A special effort has been
Bunted to raise $500,000 to pay
mortages on the Temple
nanu-El Social Hall and School
uildinu and on the North Shore
ranch Building which houses
Lehrman Day School, accord-
Ig to Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
resident of the synagogue.
Sadkin. Muss and Friedland
re coordinating efforts to secure
pledges for the mortgage burning
ampaign in advance of the din
|er and dance, at which no so'.i-
iitations of any kind will be
ie.
Muss, an active leader of the
"eater Miami Jewish Federation
nd its Combined Jewish Appeal-
rael Emergency Fund cam
iign. is vice president of Tempi?
lanu-El. One of the nation's
jremost real estate developers
is a leader of the American
riends of Ha:fa University an:
the United Jewish Appeal.
, Friedland. chairman of th'
oard and a past president of
aple Emanu-El. is former
resident of the Mt. Sinai Medica.
enter, past Florida state chair
an of Israel Bonds, former
sklent of the Greater Miami
ish Federation and a national
der of the Israel Educatior
lir.d. Brandeis University and
Jewish Theological Seminary'
America.
["Burning the mortgages on the \
ro buildingsjust as we paid
the mortgage on the sanctuary '
lilding some years agois th<
)! appropriate way in which to i
ky tribrte to Dr. Lehrman.'
riedland said.
f"Dr. Lehrman's leadership over
past three decades has made :
iple Emanu-El an internation-
known congregation which
is contributed much to local, na
fcnal and world Jewish leader
cuit Court Judges
[Panel Discussion
[Voters Incorporated will have
meeting open to the publit
jiesday at 8 p.m. in the audi-
rium of the Washington Fed
|al, 1234 Washington Ave.
I Harry Levy, president of the
oup. will moderate the meeting
lich will feature guest speakers
tank R. Spence. City Manager
Miami Beach; Circuit Court
|dges Ellen Morphonius Rowe
Alfonso C. Sepe. and Miltor
rdon, former U.S. Housing At
rney,
shin and scholarship," Muss
added.
GOT. Reubin O'D. Askew. Dr.
Louis Finkelstein, Archbishop
I'oieman F. Carroll and numer-
ous other state and national
political, educational and reli-
gious leaders w;ll attend the din-
ner and dance to join in the com-
munitywide tribute to Dr. Lehr-
man.
Reservations for the function,
which will culminate the 1974
Lehrman Day School Scholarship
program headed by Harry A.
(Hap) Levy, a Temple Emanu-
El vice president, may be made
at the temple office.
The dinner and dance, and the
preliminary fund-raising effort,
were postponed from last fall un-
til Apr 1 20 because of the Yom
Kippur War, Judge Shapiro point-
ed out.
Ketubbah
Display At
Federation
In keeping with its policy of
exhibiting items of interest to
the community, the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation announc-
ed the opening of a special
Ketubbah display on the second
floor of the Federation building
at 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
The announcement was made
by Stanley Arkin. chairman of
the GMJF Art Committee, which
includes Mrs. Marvin Gillman.
-Mrs. Arthur Horowitz. Mrs. Leon-
ard Luria and Gene Massin.
A Ketubbah is the traditional
Jewish marriage certificate,
which for centuries was prepared
by a special scribe. The hand-
lettered, parchment documents
have become extremely rare and
valuable.
More than 20 of these unique
pieces of priceless Judaica are
now on display from the private
collection of Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard D. Levy of Miami Beach. Mr.
Levy is a member of the GMJF
boa;d of directors and has long
been an active leader of many
organizations within the Jewish
community of Greater Miami.
Mrs. Levy is currently a vice
president of the Greater Miami .
Jewish Federation Women's Divi- !
sion.
i
Among the pieces on display-
are Ketubbot from Italy. Spain,
Persia, N'orth Africa. Greece.
Tin key, Yemen. France and Af-
ghanistan. Their exotic beauty
and the. periods of history they
represent going back to the
early 1700s make them a rare
viewing experience.
The exhibit will be open to the
public each weekday between i
9.00 am and 5:00 p.m.. through
May 31. This exhibit will be fol- I
lowed by an exhibit of portrait- i
ure by photographer Les Rach-
line.
HAPPY HOLIDAY
from .
UNNA LEE
252 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
1033 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island
Miami Beach
I. Li. J.
420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
RELIABLE SUPER DRUGS
2170 N.E. 123rd Street ALAN HEILPERK
(Broad Causeway) President
To All ... A Very Happy Holiday Season
~~A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DOUG STEWART, REALTOR
8433 S.W 132nd Street, Miami
Phone 233-7171
A Happy Passover To All .
F. ALLEN BECKER PHOTOGRAPHERS
426 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH 532-2351
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
MANNCRAFT EXHIBITORS SERVICE INC
720 ALTON ROAD Phone 672-5531
Miami Beach, Florida

___

\-r
MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ
- and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
DR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. WAITER MACKAUF
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HARRY H0LTZMAN
extends
A Joyous Holiday to all
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
RELIABLE AUTO LEASING & RENTACAR
1130 5th Street, Miami Beach
Telephone 672-1250
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BELVEDERE HOTEL
STRICTLY KOSHER
843 Euc'id Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-1103
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
THE WALDMM HOTEL
THE ATLANTIC TOWERS HOTEL
THE PARADISE INN MOTEL
Miami Beach
A Happy Passover To All .
GRACIOUS LIVING INTERIORS
2664 N.E. 189th Street, North Miami Beach
PHONE 931-0414
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GULFSTREAM PRESS, INC.
3800 N.V. 53th Street. Miami
Ph. 633-8271
A Happy Holiday Season To All
EDI I I O SBI-XS
TRUCK WALLS GOLD LEAF
90 N.W. 54th Street, Miami Phone 758-7025
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
RESULTS TV
FAST HONEST SERVICE
HOME CALLS $9.95 (Plus Parts) with this ad.
6791 S.W. 57th Awe., Miami Phone 226-2315
i
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ALGIERS COFFEE SHOP
(In The Algiers Hotel)
2555 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phooe 531-406.1
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Friday, April 5. 19V
To our very many friends, we at
Food Fair wish you and yours a
Joyous and Healthy PASSOVER
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Passover Has Three Levels of Significance

By RABBI SAMUEL SILVER
pASSOVER HAS three levels.
There is the historical one,
reminding us of the emancipa-
tion of the Israelis from Egyp-
tian bondage.
The conflict between the Jews
and the Egyptians is almost a
chronic one. It is mentioned in
Scriptures, highlighted by Pass-
over, and continues until our day.
PASSOVER IS a time when we
lament the continued hostility
between the two groups. In the
Talmud the sages urge us to have
compassion for the Egyptians as
well as the Jews. We are man-
dated to spill a little wine In
remembancc of the suffering of
the Egyptians.
On the first plane, therefore,
Passover calls upon us to strive
to overcome hatred and to labor
for the cessation of human strife.
We must learn to win the enemy,
not conquer him.
On another level, Passover is
a nature festival. It bids us gaze
again at the miracle of nature
resurrected.
WINTER IS a grim time to
those who live in temperate or
northern areas. It means the ob-
literation of verdancy.
Then along comes Spring, the
season which Pesach glorifies.
And we have a rebirth of foliage.
flowers, of forests and fields.
With the miracle there comes
warmth and a feeling of awe at
nature revivified.
On the second level, then Pass-
over urges us to focus on the
man-els of nature and not to take
these phenomena for granted. It
should induce in us a sense of
appreciation of the glory- and
grandeur of divinity at work.
ON THE third level, Passover
speaks to us not only of physical
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By RABBI C. 8CHULMAN
\Y'Hll.E nearly all festive occa-
lions In Jewish life have tra
dltionallj featured wine at part
of their ritual observance, Pass
over is particularly marked bj its
iation with the ancient b v-
v hich, the Scriptures tell
us, heereth God and man."
e the matzoh, bitter
he h- and other elements of I le
.".i jo1 11 ritual plate, v. in< set ves
. kbone of the seder with
the traditional f
actually marking the different
of th< observance of the
i'ii t i\v> nights.
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the Seder, that it is one of the
few ritual observances requir< l
ol evi r> Jewish man, woman and
child. Down through the agi s,
Jewish ci mmunities throughout
the world have always sought
tn provide wine to all families,
with the needs of even the mosl
indigent among Jews always
cared for.
V lous explanations have bet n
put forward for the use of four
enps of wine in the seder. One
sage of the Talmud suggi sts that
the four cups mark the four dec-
larations of redemption in the
Biblical account of the Exodus in
which God pledges the freedom
of the n>!>.! nation.
Another sage attributes the u-c
oi four cups- to the four Instances
that cups of wine are mentioned
in the Biblical account of Jo-
se p ii' s interpretation of the
dream of Pharaoh's cup-bearer.
a third interpretation -ays that
the foui sedei cup are remind-
ers of the ion nncienl kingdoms
which kep Israel >n servitude
1 'haldea, Medi... I < ce a n d
Ro
l'Ht: ADDITIONAL cup of wine
I i! on the sed table after
the festive meal, and popu
:.. wn as the Cup of Elijah, Is
merelj a fifii cup added to the
ritual in d t i another
rabbit il opinion which notes a
fifth in In the Scri] tures
m which God pledges to
; into the Promised I
its name f.om the
fact thai il was left to Elijah in
M tank daj I i solve the ques-
tion o er four or five cups
are to be used on Passover.
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ire and satisfaction has
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righteotu are all compared meta-
phorically to wine.
KEENLY AWARE of the dan-
gers and consequences of overin-
dul [ence In Intoxicating bever-
the rabbis clearly recog-
: the fuct th;it it was not the
drink itself but the man that was
determining factor. Com-
menting on the effects of win
Raba says that
if a man "is meritorious, it
happy, if not, it n
him desolate." Speaking of his
own personal experience, :
leii that wine was responsible
[or his tell ictua! prowess.
There v a i also much discus
g Talmudic scholars of
!i: | el ts of nine.
-win, reatest ol all med-
declares one sage
Where lacking, there
drugs are necessary." Other Tal-
- da med lhat wine
i ii i it< :''' appetite and th tl
the bevei I i <>p>'ii the
heart to
N lie ancient rabbin-
ical i i iect oi
wine : trictlj en pirical. One
lar, Abba Saul, gave an ac-
count of some original research
itter. He told of hi
servations while he was frequent-
ly engaged in burial chores and
he had an opportunity to note
the effects on the body of the
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F\EAR MR. JACKSON:
To give you an idea of my
Jife and its present atmosphere
I will tell you a short chronicle
of my "departure case."
April 23, 1972: I and my wife,
Galina Rogozina. a ballet soloist,
declare our intention to leave for
Israel, at the Kirov Theatre.
APRIL 27: My last perform-
ance. It is prohibited to me to
gieet and thank the public. Flow-
ers presented to me are not giv-
en me on the stage. My wife is
pushed aside from a tour abroad.
She is advised to find another
husband. Having firmly opposed
the pressure, she is transferred
to the corps de ballet.
April 29: Our ".social trial" at
the theater. Hire are some quo-
tations from our colleagues'
speeches:
Kolpakova, prinia ballcrma.
p-Tty member: "Out of the the-
ater, you traitors, Fascists, Zion-
ists '
Vikulov. premier of ballet,
party organizer: "It is a tr<
at the temple of the love, purity
and friendship. Get out of here!*'
KAPLAN. MY choreographer
and teacher: "We gave birth to
Panov. Now we must kill him."
Rassadin, premier of ballet:
"Panov is leaving us, betraying
the great art. the best in the
world, in the name of petty prof-
ir
' < .
NO EXODUS FOR
SOVIET DANCER
VALERY PANOV
i
EDITOR'S NOTE: Following are
some excerpts from a letter of
April 5. 1973. from the Soviet
ballet dancer V'alery S. 1'anov
to Sen. Henry M. Jack.-on of
Washington, leceived in trans-
lation. Panov was dismissed as
principal dancer in Leningrad's
Kirov Ballet Company after he
applied to go to Israel. His
wife. Galina Rogozina. a bal-
lerina, was demoted and later
ieft the company. In mid-1973,
the authorities let it be known
& Liquon
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' Jenist ntridSrtr
The haunted look on Valery Panov's self portrait in a photo
obtained by tb.8 Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry reflects
his plight. Subject to mounting harassment by the au-
thorities, the famed dancer has now been given an unten-
able choice: leave his wife. Galina, in Leningrad and exit
to Israel alone, or be denied permission permanently and
face trial as a "parasite."
its in the decaying Western
world "
Pavlovsky. dancer: "For Panov,
wc mut contrive a punishment
which is non-exutent in the hu-
man Soviet law not to let him
out and to exile him into Siberia.
He and Rogozina are selling
to an imperialist
themselves
service.-'
April 30: KGB officials intim-
idate my relatives, forbidding
them to give me their consent
for leaving Russia. (Having giv-
en in, my father, though a pen-
sioner, will be later rewarded
with a title of Economist Emeri-
tus). Same "work'' with my
iiioiner-in law.
MAY 1: Asked by my wife for
her consent, her mother replies:
"Jt.js.a pity there is. no Statin
now. Had he been alive, he would
bave shot you down, you fascists-
Zionists. And I. as the mother,
would have been happy." Th< D
she tried to beat her daughter.
my wife. (Later, she was thanked
with a good pension and an ac-
commodation card in a sanitor-
iuni).
May 3 to 10: A process is being
framed up against me for "hav-
ing beaten my moihei-in law
After scandalous exposures by
Western media, the "trial" is
closed, l am expelled from the
theater on the grounds of a "staff
reaction." Visas Dept. (OVIRi
docs not accept my papers under
every pretext: they are accepted
only on the eve of President
Nixon's visit.
May 26: I am summoned to my
local police station to explain
why I am not working, being
jobless only during two weeks!
On my way back, a man makes
me a row. accusing me of having
spit on him. A police car comes
in that moment. I am arrested
and given 10 days of imprison-
ment for hooliganism.
Jl'NE 4: President Nixon left
the USSR. OVIR gives me back
all my papers as being wrong in
Continued on Page 12-C
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Midrash Shows Moses' Love of Animals

...........M ':
By ESTHER EISEN
'TWERE IS a beautiful midrash. which tells how
Moses was chosen to lead the Jewish people
out of Egyptian bondage. As the story goes, Moses
was tending the sheep of his father-in-law Jcthro
in the wilderness, A young kid ran away.
Moses followed it until it reached a ravine,
where it found water. When Moses caught up
with the kid. he said. "I did not know you ran
away because you were thirsty. You must be tired
now." He picked up the kid and carried it back
to the flock.
THEX GOD said to Moses. "Because you have
shown compassion in leading back one of a flock
belonging to a human being, you shall lead My
flock. Israel." And shortly after. Moses went to
Egypt to begin the struggle for the liberation of
the Jewish slaves.
The attitude of kindness and consideration
for animals that permeates this story runs through
the Bible, the midrash. the legends of our people,
the Talmud, rabbinic sources, and Jewish litera-
ture generally.
The rabbis of Talmudic times summed it up
by saying that the prohibition on causing unneces-
sary suffering to animals ("tzaar baalei chaim")
is derived from the Torah and is therefore a cen-
tral tenet of Judaism.
BESIDES MOSES, there were other char-
.
acters in the Bible and midrash who showed kind-
ness to animals. Noah, who ran what was essen-
tially the first wildlife reserve in history, did no:
sleep for 12 months when he was taking care of
the animals in the ark. said our sagos. He was up
day and night, giving each animal its special
food, feeding each at the proper time, around the
clock.
The midrash about David is similar to the one
about Moses. David was a devoted shepherd
made sure the older sheep would not take ad-
vantage of the younger ones. He took the young
sheep out first to graze on soft grass, and later.
the adult ones to feed on the stubh'e. God -
"He who takes such pains to make sure i
individual animal gets his food is the one capabh
of leading the people."
THE BIBLE itself has numerous laws pi
taining to tzaar baalei chaim. For example, on
the Shabbat not only people but 'your ox and
your donkey rest."
The fields are left fallow in the seventh
(shmitah) year so "the poor of your people .
and the beast of the field" may eat from them
If one's enemy's donkey is groaning under his
burden, one must lighten it, even on Shabbat
the Talmud says that the casing of an animal's
suffering overrides the observance of Shabbat
The Torah tells us that a farmer may net
muzzle an ox while it is threshing the grain, nor
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* Jewish fhoridHan
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may he plow with an ox and a donkey together.
Medieval Jewish philosophers suggested that the I
reason for this law was that the ox was stronger
and it would be hard for the donkey to keep up
with him if both we. e harnessed to one plow.
THERE ARE many other Biblical sources
for the Jewish approach to tzaar baalei chain,
and legends about Talmudic scholars and Ha-
sidic rabbis who had special feeling towards
animals abound.
Some Jews have been particularly ac-
uve on behalf of animals. The Royal Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA),
the first humane society in the world (formed
in England in the 1830"s) had as one of its found-
ers and activists a Jew, Louis Gompertz.
There is also a recently formed organization
called C'HAI an acronym for the Jewish Com-
mittee to Help Animals. CHAI, based in New
| k'ork, takes as its rallying cry the words of the
! eat Yiddish writer, Isaac Bashevis Singer:
"For animals, it's an eternal Treblinka."
Singer is one of the CHAI's founding spon-
soi.s, as are other leading Jewish intellectuals,
writers and rabbis.
AS WE celebrate Passover, the holiday of
our liberation from slavery, it is fitting to recall
the story of the Hasidic Rabbi Zusia. The rabbi
Used to uaik from village to village, collecting
money to free prisoners.
One night he stayed at an inn where there
hung cages with beautiful birds. The birds were
beating their wings against the bars, struggling
painfully but in vain to get out. Rabbi Zusia
went over to the cages, opened them, and the
liberated birds flew awav.
V.
assover s
^L^evcls of ^5icjni[i
icancc
Continued from Page 1-C
nature but of human nature. The
festival sings to us of the need
to establish more freedom in the
world.
As vicariously we groan with
the Hebrew slaves at the Seder
table, so should we ask ourselves
whether we countenance slavery.
Some of us do, We put our dear
ones in thrall. We often tyrannize
and terrorize others, sometimes
in our offices, sometimes in our
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homes, sometimes in organiza-
tions. Passover urges us to cele-
brate freedom by granting a
greater measure of it to those
whose fate we control,
AND LET the third level of
Passover, the recognition of the
horror of slavery, stir us to ask
whether we are not the victims
of the cruelest form of bondage:
self-slavery.
The old Bibles contain the
archaic English expression: "Then
it came to pass," and then there
is an account of some episode.
Let us say, "And then it came
to Passover," and when Passover
does come, may our sights and
insights be sharpened by the
three-layer message of the holi-
day: the need to reduce hatred
in the world, the joy that comes
from a closer look at Mother Na-
ture, the obligation to enlarge
the sectors of freedom every-
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within our own lives.
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*Jet*i Friday. April 5. 1974
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Phone: 685-0325
To All Greetings FRED LANGMEYER
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Pharaoh Can't Quit Oppressing Minorities
By RABBI ALAN W. MILLER
IT IS fashionable these days to
kick nineteenth century liberal
optimism. Of course 1t was-Wv-"
annaish. Of course it expected too
much too soon.
But its essential belief that
men must assume responsibility
for their world is crucial for us
also. Reason may have Droved
a frail reed. Unreason will of a
surety destroy it.
PERHAPS WE ha'-e been over-
ambitious. We dare not scran the
only tool left to u. reason. There
are indeed diabolical forces gen-
erated by men and societies. We
study them, we analyze them, we
endeavor tf> understand them. To
cope with them reason is a weak
tool. Unreason is suicide. The re-
ality principle is man's last hooe.
Passover. The Exo'us from
Egyot circa 1300 B.C.E.
1974 C.E. Perhaps there is a
connection. Perhaps not. It i-
Jewish narcissi m which sees Is-
rael in Egyot as a prime preoccu-
pation of Pharaoh According to
the historians Raamses pressed
a!! the ethnic minorities in the
Nile Delta into his building proj-
ects.
NOT ALONE the -Jews" but
also the "Blacks." 'Puerto Ri-
cans" and "Chicano Americans"
who had come to "America" to
enjoy a higher standard of living
than that to which they had been
vaccu"stomed ("corn in Egypt" tfas
not only on the lips of the Ja-
cobs of those days.) Our ances-
tors escaped through the genius
of Moses.
Others were less fortunate.
Reading the biblical account of
the Exodus is a parochial experi-
ence. A little like reading an ac-
count of an airplane crash with
loss of life to all followed by:
"There were no Americans on
board."
BUT THE rabbinic Jews had
rejected such parochialism and
could even feel sorry for the
Egyptians. "The works of my
hands are drowning in the sea."
says an ancient rabbi in the name
of God. "and you would sing
songs?" To celebrate Passover
1974 in the spirit of the original
Passover would be a blasphemy,
collective self idoltry. Two-thou-
sand years ago the Pharisees un-
derstood that. We should do
much better.
The rabbis also said something
else. "Ten measures of witchcraft
entered the world. Egypt took
nine and the rest of the worli.
one." The rabbis could not have
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Phone 661-8363
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THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
100 South Miami Avenue
11211 South Dixie Hwy.
11150 N.W. 32nd Avenue
698 N.E. 167th Street
Phone
377-2766
238-2181
685-8444
947-6521
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6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-1430
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DECOR INC.
9446 Harding Avenue. Miami Beach
Phone 866-0905
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3915 Alton Road, Miami Beach
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known what we moderns nave
learned from Erman, Brested,
Wilson and Frankfort but their
intuitioqs are usually pretty
sound.
They sensed what we know
that Egyptian religion was the
quintessence of magic and that
whatever else the Exodus from
Egypt was meant to be, it was i
departure from tbe infantile', pri-
mary process consubstantialih
of man and god to a world in
which Yahweh's will alone was
supreme. Man and Nature are
devalued by the Exodus.
THE WAY to salvation hence-
forth is by imitating God, n>t
pretending to be God. A process
of collective individuation begins
with the Exodus which via Hel-
lenistic and humanistic refine-
ments will lead in our own cen-
tury to the potential of the high-
est level of autonomous human
thinking yet achieved In the his-
tory of the race.
How to implement that poten-
tiality is the ehal'enge of the
twentieth century.
Juiaism has been described
as the eternal dissent. Let us
(1 -an the overblown leaven of
puperstitution. unreaso- ani
migical thinking out of our in-
tellect cupboards this Passover.
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from
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12220 S.W. 43rd Street
221-9057
Holiday Greetings to The
Jewish Co-nmunity
HERBERT
SIEGEL
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
14765 N.E. 20th Avenue
North Miami, Fiorida
Phone 947-6894
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6831 N.W. 37th COURT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 691-5840
Dm Wishes for Your Health
One And All .
Oak Feed Store
NATURAL FOODS
3030 GRAND AVENUE
COCONUT GROVE. FLA.
Phone 448-7595
Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
7 Days A Week
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BY
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florist
5242 W. Flagler Street
Phone 448-4655 '
Neisners Stone
Central Shopping Center
Phone 649 5832
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Phone 672-0755
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1135 N.W. 159th Drive
Miami, Florida
Phone 625-2451
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3181 CORAL WAY
MIAMI, FLOR'DA
Telephone 446-8319
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To The Jewish Community
GREENWOOD
REALTY
6950 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
865-6988
jftMfa
AUTOMOTIVE CENTER
1250 20th Street, Miami Beach
Best Wishes, Bud Tucker
534-2194
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
WYLLY'S TRAVEL
HEADQUARTERS
2795 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 538-0751
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO.
127 NE 27th St., Miami, Fla. Phone 573-1300
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Mil IS IIOIti-IIMAV.
President Brand>is Zionist District
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BERKSHIRE LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida 33132
Phone 373-6504
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DAVIS SANITATION COMPANY
1575 N.E. 205th STREET, N. MIAMI BEACH
Phone 651-2131
^i VerM <-t~l assover
9. *4ll
from the j ,,
Officers and ^
Board of Directors
INTER NATIONAL
BANK
OF MIAMI
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
VAN'S EQUIPMENT RENTALS
MACHINERY RENTALS
Fork lift Trucks Air Hammers
Concrete Saws Generators, Etc.
Daily, Weekly & Monthly Rentals
WE DELIVER
1830 N.W. 20th Street
Phone 325-1511
MR. and MRS. BEN CUTLER
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
ANSWERITE and ANSWERPHONE
OF MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Southern Wine
& Spirits Inc.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FLORIDA UPHOLSTERY SUPPLY CO., INC
Division of Paul Barrow Co., Inc.
414 N.E. First Avenue Phone 379-3431-2
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
LIMEHOUSE RESTAURANT
Canton*** Dish** Pit Barbecue Steaks Chops Seafood
ORDERS TO TAKE HOME
215 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach 947-2112
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TIPPY TOGS OF MIAMI, INC.
2400 N.W. 5th AVENUE Miami PHONE 573-2545
GREETINGS TO All
The Mast fcWJern in Hie South" Plastering b
IVAXGFJLO PLASTERING CO.
2050 N.E. 151st St., N. Miami Beach 945-7538
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JUDITH OF MIAMI, INC.
375 N.W. 26th STREET 574-3430
JAMES PINNA RICHARD SAIOMOH


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'CUTLER RIDGE
So-in End Culin B.dje Sopo."Cni.J3B 4414 Miami fii. 3)157
MEMBERS FEOEHAL DEPOSITORY INSURANCE CORPORATION
COMMUNITY OWNED COMMUNITY OPERATED COMMUNITY ORIENTED
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
HOWARD AYARES
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC.
NEW AND USED CARS
10943 S. Dixie Hwy. 665-6581
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
irttnlt Equipment Pelf Cable Cutter Hydraulic J J -k,
Pick Up and Delivery
All Work Guaranteed Factory Specifications
3072 N.W. 54th Street Phone 634-2226
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
RICHARDS FRUIT CENTER
1301 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 2-6102
RICHARD ADER (New Owner)
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY
Security Trust Building
700 BRICKEL AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 377-0071
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM SAM BENAIM AND FAMILY
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL
CLUTCH & PARTS CO., INC.
1401 S. E. 9th Court. Hialeah
Phone 885-2526
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
All* KU1E SHOE SALON
"The Place to Go for the Names You Know"
Fine Name Brand Shoes -New Complete Line of Smart Handbags
8134 N.E. 2nd Ave., Little River 758-6302
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
Wish All Their Friends A Happy Passover
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CHAPLIN FLORIST
6600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Ph. 758-3601
A Happy Passover To All .
S & S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
127 N.W. 5th St
Phone 373-0562

HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL ..
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
113 Almeri. Av.nue Cor#| GMn
Phone 443-2553
Jri
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Continued from Page 3C
known drinking habits of the de-
ceased.
THE DRINKING habits of the
saj;es themselves varied. Many
said they were easily atfected by
the liquor with Rabbi Judah not-
ing that, while he imbibed only
for religious ceremonies, the
four seder cups affected him for
weeks after Passover.
Even the phenomenon of the
hangover is given considerable
attention in the Talmud. One
Talmudic saying declares that
"Wine is strong, but sleep breaks
its force." Another Talmudic
source recommends either sleep
or a long waik to chase the after
effects. Another remedy suggests
rubbing the hands and feet with
oil and salt.
With the advent of the post-
Taimudic period, Jewish leaders
focused their attention on the
ritual needs for wine. Besides
Passover, the ceremonial use of
vine includes kiddu-h on all fes-
tivals and the Sabbath, the re-
cital of the Havdaiah service at
the conclusion of every Sabbath.
weddings and other joyous occa-
sions.
LIVING IN" A Gentile world.
the Jew's need for wine was com-
plicated by the requirement that
the beverage be kosher, not only
in the usual sense of the term
that it be free of prohibited in-
gredients but there was the
additional nquiiement that ko-
sher wine be produced exclu-
sively by Jews.
In view of the importance of
wine for litual observance, the
Jewish communities began very
eaii.v to reguiate the wine trade.
Even more attention was paid to
wine production and trade by
Jewish communities in the Medi-
terianean lands where the liquor
was generally important in social
and economic life.
Some Jewish communities in
fifteenth century Castile even
provided for special taverns
where kosher wine could be
available to Jewish travelers. In
many Spanish communities, the
Jews even regulated prices,
qua.ity and profits in the wine
trade to ensure a fair distribu-
tion.
THE VITAL nature of the wine
trade to Jewish communal life
is f'.i ther -Mown by the fact that
many Jewish communities Im-
posed special taxes on the sale
of wine with these proceeds ear-
marked for Torah education and
other > i&ligiuuc anU charitable
purposes.
Although funds could be raised
in this manner, the main goal of
the regulation was to ensure that
all members of the community
had wine. Even indigent stran-
gers who weie allowed to spend
the night in the local synagogue
were provided with wine for sac-
ramental purposes.
IN SPUE of the fact that strict
regulation of wine production and
distribution was the ru.e in Euro-
pean Jewish communities, there
were frequent cases of mistrust
by one locality of another. So it
wast hat Rhodes Jewry banned
wines imported from the Jewish
community of Candia and other
neai by islands.
The growth of the Jewish wine
trade reached its climax in the
middle of the eighteenth century
when a veritable wine war broke
out over differences between the
Jewish communities of Hamburg
and Boidi aux. When Hamburg
Chief Rabbi Jonathan Eibeschutz
banned the Bordeaux wines and
Hamburg importers sent their
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FRANK J. ROONEY, INC.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
5880 N.E. 4th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 757-5751
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
QUESENBERRY & CATLIN
FOOD BROKERS
735 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Phone:643-1744
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BEUTEL'S SOLAR-HEATER CO.
TANKS BOOSTERS
COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS *
1527 N. Miami Ave.
371-1426
To All Our Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holidays
lANfi ROOFING & TILE CO., IXC.
Established 1939
ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
573 N.W. 71 st STREET
758-1009 751-2878
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TINT'N CURL BEAUTY SALON
18344 N.W. 7th Ave.-624-3331
NORWOOD BEAUTY SCHOOL
18330 N.W. 7th Ave. 652-6152
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JOE MEYERS
Florist
6604 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 866-0233
ALL OF US
FROM
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Realtors
Complete Real Estate Service
extend best wishes for
A Happy Passover To All .
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. BOUTILIER
(New Owner)
2328 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
A Happy Passover To All...
MARTIN KING JEWELRY
FINANCIAL FEDERAL BLDG.
Suite 12-G
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 534-2700 or 534-4750
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JACKS
CYCLE SHOP
Authorized Dealer
SCHW.NN COLUMBIA
BICYCLES
Repairs all Makes
Parking in Rear
Phone: 891-8457
651-NE 125th St., N. Miami
A Happy Passover To All. .
CARMEN
Beauty Salon
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach
A Happy Passover To All. .
From
HENRY & BEN KRAM OF
PRINT-RITE CO.
3072 N.W. 79th STREET
Phone-691-541^


Friday, April 5, 1974
+J(ni$t nrrSdRtr
Page 11-C
own supervisors to the Bordeaux
wineries, the Jews of the lat-
ter community reteated the lo>$
of the wine taxes and retaliated
by boycotting all wine trade with
Hamburg. The issue was eventu-
ally resolved when the Hamburg
Jewish wine impo.t-"s finally
paid the tax.
MOl I K\ TECHNOLOGY dur-
ing the past century has assured
world Jewry of ample supplies of
kosher wine and shifted the con-
trol of the trade from communal
quarters to comercial enterprises.
Ko~ii( r wines, now available in
man> va ieties, continue to grape
the tables and homes of Jews on
ritual occasions just as they did
thousands of years ago.
"The Plagues of Egypt," one oi
20 full-color original illustra-
tions by Leonard Baskin from
A Passover Hagadah prepared
by the Central Conference of
American Rabbis published by
Grossmen.
HHD2 r>2%?
Best Wishes For
\ Happ- pis-''0' "".o All..
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS &
EVENINGS
IVLIGHT
FIREPLACES
4222 SW 75th AVE.
MIAMI
Phone 264-9889 or 264-9852
AL & JACK ZISMAN
Greetings fom
NORTH DADE
COUNTRY CLUB
J8-H0U CHAMPIONSHIP
GOLF COVXSl
U.S. 441 at
N.W. 207th St.
621-3621
TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
Incorporated
SERVICE TO YOU .
S501 N.W. 37th AVENUE
IS OUR PLEASURE'
OX 6-4440
Holiday Greetings
Ben Grater's
Ladies Wear
1325 N.E. 163St.-945-4171
163rd St. Shopping Center
Biscayne Shopping Plaza
751-2443
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ALAN'S
STEREO
1954 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
Tele: 944-0932
ABC Auto Radiator
SERVICE
6200 N.W. 27th AVE.
691-2221
1 HOI IP WHILE YOU
i nwun WAIT SERVICe
Com* In for FREE check-up
All makes can and trucks. On
the spot financing! All work guar-
anteed. Complete stock rebuilt
radiatora. Tree pick-up and deliv-
ery aervice. Largest radiator shop
'n Florida. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
WE HONOR ALL MAJOR
CREDIT CARDS
A Happy Holiday to All .
PUB RESTAURANT
at the RONEY
2303COILNS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH 532-3353
PUB RESTAURANT
at the NEWPORT HOTEL
16701 COLLINS AVENUE 949-7433
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
HAROLD J. SEGAL REALTOR
AND ASSOCIATES
1688 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach Phone 533-8643
Holiday Greetings to All .
STANDARD WELDING
SUPPLY CO.
N C G Authorized Dealer
WALTER MAHANY, Prop.
4300 NW 32nd AVE. Phone 635-0803
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
East Coast Scrap Metal
3273 N.W. N. River Drive 635-0234
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
HELEN MILLER FLORIST
5828 S.W. 71st Street, South Miami, Florida
Serving All of Greater Miami
Phone 661-5681-------Night 226-6406
ro U 6 N r I N 6 $
Fred's Eleetric Motor Service
Specializing in Direct Current Motors New and Rebuilt
1666 N.W. 7TH AVENUE PHONE 324-8780
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GARNER
Insurance Agency, Inc.
Established 1928
JAMES G. GARNER, Chairman of the Board; JOHN MICHAEL
GARNER, President;
GEORGE L. MAY, Vice President, HERBERT F. NICH-
OLS, Vice President, and ROLLAND E. STEVENS III, Vice Presi-
dent.
General Insurance-Surety Bonds-Mortgage Loans-Investments
8015 N.E. 2nd Ave. 757-5714
For Emergency Dial 751-7643
For Emergency Dial 751-8967
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
KEY ENTERPRISES, INC.
CHURCH SUPPLIERS
INTERIOR DESIGNERS AND CONSULTANTS
"SERVING ALL FLORIDA AND CARIBBEAN"
6400 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Phone 754-7575
HOLIDAY HUNTERS

5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516

7432 DADELAND MALL 667-2524
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
"Everything Drycleans Better"
DRAPES-SPREADS-RUOb HiCKUP 8. DELIVERY SERVICE
Phone 661-5831
5840 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
AL'S SERVICECENTER
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 371-3365
A Happy Passover To All .
MIRIAM AND BILL LEVEN OF
KENNEDY FURNITURE COMPANY
6700 N.W. 37th Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone: 691-2901
A Happy Passover To All .
DI.Y0N COSTUME SHOP
1828 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. -- Phone 371-8418
SINCEKEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
THE EMBERS and EMBERS TAVERN
245-22nd ST., MB. 144th & BISCAYNE, Miami
538-4345 Ph. 949-2422
HOOPER HOUSE, INC.
D. Kaufman, President
M44 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI Phone 754-2251
Holiday Greetinqs From .
CARLSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
General Contractors
554 N.W. 54th Street, Miami Phone 759-5716

Happy Holidays to our Patrons From .
McKINNEY SUPPLY COMPANY
300 N.E. 71st Street, Miami, Florida
PHONE 751-8543
A Happy Passover To All .
TESCOTT FLOOR COVERING
1433 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
Phone 672-3303 or 672-5724


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+Jenist> thrklian
Friday April 5, 1S74
OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES
Specter and Sons, Inc.
"WE BUILD MIAMI"
575 S.W. 22nd AVENUE Phone: 642-315
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR
WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
BAKERY
"Butter Makes It Better"
1349 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 532-444.'
374 Andalusia Avenue, Publix Shopping Center, Coral Gable
A Division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC.________
HUME LIFE
Insurance Co. of New York
999 South Bayshore Drive
RICHARD H. GREGORY C.L.U. Manager
MIAMI Phone 371-1386
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ATLAS ROOFING CO., INC.
All Types of Residential & Industrial Roofs
ir WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE and SMALL LEAKS *
118 W. 21st St., Hialeah
Phone 885-1641
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DIXIE NATIONAL BANK
OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PERRINE, FLA.
Phone: 238-3535
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
I JACK HARTLEY INC.
675 N.W. 29th St,
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
JOE GUTHRIE AND SON REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "Since 1922"
"OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 N.W. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 576-0096
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Suite 303 2780 S.W. Douglas Rd., Miami, Florida 33133
Telephone 443-4671
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARL'S CAMERA SHOP
7401 COLLINS AVENUE tjn M73
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM..
Pawliger Building Industries
1730 S.W. 97TH AVENUE, MIAMI
9701 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
AAA I I I 11 |( SlitVKi:
130 N.E 2nd AVENUB, MIAMI
Phone 379-004]
JV* <** for V<
anov
Continued from Page 5-C
form. An invitation from my rel-
atives is requested instead of one
from the Israeli government. But
my inquiries sent to Israel are
left without a reply, all mail not
reaching me.
June-August: We are trying to
find work but are refused every-
where. To gel money for life, we
sell our belongings. Batsheva de
Rothschild saves us from hunger.
SEPTEMBER: We take part in
a Minute o: Sorrow over the
.Munich murders, in Moscow. Po-
lice aie cruelly dispersing our
gathering.
Sept. 10: Jewish New Year, at
the Moscow synagogue. Police
Police and KGB men are dispers-
ing Jews, many are arrested. It
seems to be a scene from some
film about a ghetto under the
Nazi regime.
October: We have, via some
friends, a "correct" invitation
from Israel. Now OVIR does not
accept our papers without a con-
sent from my mother-in-law who
categorically refuses to give my
wife any document.
November: KGB men shadow
us everywhere. We are forbidden
to leave Leningrad till the holi-
day ends. KGB being to inquest
my friends in order to frame me
HH. HtNRY JACKSON
receives anguished appeal
up. Such interrogatories are con-
tinuing up to March 1973.
DECEMBER: Two weeks of
shadowing by KGB this time for
50 years of USSR celebrations. I
am summoned by Pavlov, vice
chief of the Leningrad KGB of-
fice. He threatens me with se-
vere punishment for slandering
the "Soviet reality" which I thanked my friends
abroad for their support and
asked them to appeal to Soviet
top instances, were given by me
to an American friend but were
later discovered at the Customs
and taken away). Pavlov also
Compliments of
JERRY ROSENBERG
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
EDWARD DON & CO.
1550 N. Miami Avenue
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JLOU TAYLOR, aWC
HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8th AVENUE. HIALEAH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SKAGSETH-BRYANT, i\C.
925 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 371-5554
Best Wishes For A Happy Passover
KIMBERLY FURNITURE MFG. CORP.
1015 E. 29th Street, Hialeah
Phone 691-1481
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
WELL-BILT PRODUCTS, INC.
5561 N.W. 36th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-8621
made a menace to imprison me
if I go on giving infoimation
about my life to Western people.
Then he added. Presidents will
not ask for you nor itand up for
you. As. for other ap-pew's, we
are spitting upon them."
Jan. 30, 1973: I told my friends
abroad, over the iclephone. about
KGB threats. My telephone is cut'
off since thei
February: I have several dis-
ea.....iveitu b\ ctoctois
can ^d by nervous exhaustion.
With such illnesses almost im-
pos tble to make perfo-mance
again. We feel being killed as
artists.
Feh 15: Mv mother, resident
in Vilnius, died, having learned,
from my letters to my brother,
that my situation was hopeless
and I ri ktd an imprisonment.
FEB. 20: OVIR gives me back
my documents for emigration,
which I sent directly to President
Podgorny. Once again OVIR re-
fused to consider my papers be-
cause of a missing consent from
my mother-in-law.
March-Apr. 1: My appeals to
Moscow and protests from my
colleagues in the West are com-
pletely ignored.
Almost a year of fight and mis-
ery went by. It took our physical
form, we have been destroyed
slowly and ruthlessly. We shall
not survive such a year again.
If possible, Dear Sir, help us to
leave.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Conger Life
Insurance Co., Inc.
ALL FORMS LCGAL RESERVE
INSURANCE
Including
# Hospitalization
# Health
# Accident
5050 Biscayne Blvd., North
Miami, Fla.
754-3291
Holiday Greetinqs
NELSON'S PHARMACY
Prescription Sp.ci.liitS
BOB NELSON
Drugs
Cosmetics
# Sundries
Free Delivery
6939 S. W. 57th AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 666-4425
A Happy Passover To All.
DR. JOSEPH HARRIS
and
DR. JOAN HARRIS
and Judith, James,
Jonathon and Joshua
W

&4 Very MARKS
The word for
quality cleaning
and laundry
1201-20 St., M.B.
Tel. 538-6104
Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
V-
asaover
Samtone
(rrn/irn Muster Iiruclruner
In by 10, out by S
Same day service
for cleaning,
shirt laundering,
flat work, fluff dry.
Never an extra charge
P.S. We love you.
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Denburg


[iday, April 5, 2974
+'Jen1st fhridlliar
Page 13-C
Elijah's Many Mysterious Appearances
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
EVERYBODY HAS a right to
come and eat at anyone's
leder. The Haggadah says, "Ev-
eryone who is hungry, let him
tome and eat.*'
One visitor is sure to be there,
fcliyahu ha-Navi, Elijah, the
f het. At every seder, the door
I. opened for him.
1 'REMEMBER an incident of
| iiklhoocl. It was seder night,
'. I saw the door open. I went
iosed it. My mother said,
e the door open. It's for
ihu hi Navi to come in."
-aid. 'When he comes, he
ring the bell."
And suppose we don't hear
said mama. "You're going to
;> standing by the door, may-
.chins a cold."
He could come down the chim-
v." I said.
: 11 give you a chimney." she
id "I don't want nobody crawl-
j down my chimney, and do
j know how many seders he
. ') visit? How would you like
come down a million chim
ys? He is not as young as you,
you know."
PASSOVER IS Eliahu's busiest
I- ison, but he is plenty busy the
I. ..round. His job is to look
pie in trouble and bring
GREETINGS
MARTHA'S
Flower Shop
Our Wedding Work is Superb
F swers for Ali Occasions
A Complete Florai Service"
Art with Flovvers
3921 Alton Road
538-5523
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KING
MUFFLERS
"The Complete Automotive
Center"
Car Waxing From $4.95
602 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 947-7601
GREETINGS
i. A II.
SCRAP METAL
PIPE, PLATE &
SCRAP METAL
3177 N.W N RIVER DR.
634-2111
Holiday Greetings
to the
Jewish Community
NORMANDY
CLEANERS
962 Normandy Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 866-3144
A Happy Passover To All
YOUNG
AGES
604 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
538-5492
ELI LINIADO
- HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To the Jewish Community
-TWERY'S-
Importers
576-0564 576-0565
thorn help and in that line, it's
always busy.
For the average person, the
traveling itself would make the
job imposMM*;*ccording to the
midrash, in four steps, Eliyahu
can go from one end of the world
to the other.
Some don't believe he comes.
This is because he has so many
disguises, and sometimes he is
entirely invisible. But just be-
cause you can't see him, doesn't
prove he hasn't come. You can't
see electricity either, but it's
there.
IF HE didn't come around,
would everybody fill a special
cup of wine reserved for him on
the seder table?
He doesn't really care whether
you see him or not. His one pur
pose is to accomplish his mission
Like the time when the Roman
Emperor Hadrian in his persecu-
tion of the Jews ordered the ar-
rest of Rabbi Meir.
The Roman police searched ev-
erywhere for him. At a roadside
inn. they were told of a man who
answered the description of Rab-
bi Meir. He was accompanied,
they said, by a painted-up woman
of the street. So the Roman p3-
lice thought it couldn't be Rabbi
Meir, who wouldn't be in such
company.
DO YOU know who the painted-
up woman was? It was Eliyahu
ha-Navi in a disguise which he
adopted to keep the police off
the scent.
Once a king visited one of his
towns and the rabbi of the Jew-
ish community went out to meet
him with the offering of a pre-
cious jewel. When the rabbi
opened the box before the king.
he saw that the jewel had been
stolen and the thief had substi-
tuted some sand. The king, the
rabbi thought would never for-
give the Jews.
In this desperate moment, the
Prime Minister suddenly appear-
ed and assured the King that this
sand was magical, worth far more
than any jewel, and later it was
proven this was so. All of this
was accomnlishcd by the invcr-
vention of Eliyahu.
THERE ARE times when a per-
son does not know where his
next meal will come from. Then
somehow help arrives. One may
be sure that Eliyahu has been
around. Many students of the
Talmud, perplexed by obscurities
Continued on Page 14-C
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Friday April 6. 1974
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Continued from Page 13-C
in tlu' text, have been aided by
Eliyahu.
To bo sure, there are many
- when people misl ily
imagine thai the
A man came to
of Bialystok and said h< i
Eli] ahu.
"How did he look?" I the
rabbi. "Was he carrj ins
in one naiul .mil .i bro >m in the
other?"
"Yes -aid the man.
\:ul did he look very di i
asked the rabbi.
A es,' said the man.
"And was his face covered
with ashes?"
"Exactly," said the man.
"Weil," said tlu -.abb:, "that
"The Four Mothers of Israel,"
ens of 23 full-color original il-
lustrations by Leonard Baskin
from A Passover Haggadah
prepared by the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis pu-
lished by Grossman.
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BLACK ANGUS
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
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.
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Phone 821-5700
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Jewish Friends
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Friday. Apri1 5. 1974
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v.i- not Eliyahu, that was the
p."
BIT THIS, of course, does not
' me ha\u not se m
h m, One day the wh tie worl I
will see him. He will introdu
the Moshiach.
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NO. MIAMI. FLORIDA
891-5590
mm
All the people cf the wo'ld
Will be -landing around and El
yahu ha-Navi will come forth and
make a Little speech. lie will say:
"My friends, please everybody,
be quiet. We have a very distin-
guished guest here today, a man
you have oeen for a v ry
long time. My friends. I don't
want to keep you waiting any
longer.
"Ladies and Gentlemen, I pre-
sent the Moshia< h."
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Prescription SpciiliH
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Phone 538-0424
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Ph. 379-4008
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Phone 661-6991
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Phone: 377-2758
For information, reservations,
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245 S.E. First Street
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Phone 444-988.1
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Phone 635-2521
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Telephone 891-4030
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But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
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calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
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Israel's march across the Suez Canal and into
Egypt represented a return to the land of oppres-
sion from which Moses led us out in an act of libera-
tion we celebrate on Passover. In this documenta-
tion of the return, Ulan Kfir, writing in Yedioth
Aharonoth, describes the hell of that aspect of the
Yom Kippur War. It is a report that gives us some
insight into why the Exodus was an event so hallow-
ed in our history and why the war is henceforward
inextricably tied to the Passover observance.
By II.I..VN KFIR
HPHE ASPHALT cracking under the tracks of
the tanks and troop-carriers sounded like a
monotonous drumbeat in the background. The
water flowed slowly in the Suez Canal, to the
east, with sunrays adding reddish glints to their
green smoothness.
The patrol entered the outskirt of the town
of Suez. David Amit was familiar with the sight
of the two-storied buildings and the railway from
his days in the stronghold across the Canal.
IN THE oppressive silence reigning during
these late morning nours. aavid Zohar was also
remembering. His recollections were more re-
cent from th beginning of the most recent
war. He remembered the sight of hundreds of
Egyptian soldiers fleeing at dawn to the dunes.
This, following an encounter between an Israel
Army motorized patrol and an an Egyptian anti-
tank unit.
The sight of the "Sagger" missiles fired like
burning arrows at the troop carrier was blood
chilling. One missile hit a carrier and another
scratched the side of a second carrier, cutting off
two fingers of an officer. Thanks to the drivers'
courage and evasive tactics, the remaining troop
carriers managed to elude the missiles.
Israel Zuriel, wearing a skullcap, also recalled
the events of that morning after the missile am-
bush. When the patrol stopped for regrouping.
Israel seized the opportunity for praying the
morning prayer and putting on his tfillin (phy-
lacteries). His non-observant buddies looked at
him and he sensed that some of them would have
liked to join in prayer but did not dare do so.
AT ABOUT 10 ajn., the motorized patrol was
moving cautiously deep inside the Egyptian
town. A ghost town, Zuriel thought gazing at
the silent desolation around. What a lovely morn-
ing trip, the paratroopers and armor men in the
patrol must have thought
Suddenly, hell fife opened on them. The
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morning air shook with the salvos of shells and
explosions. Bullets whistled past and missiles
flew. Shouts of "aid man" mingled with frightened
voices over the intercom.
"We had en encounter, there are casualties."
the patrol commander reported within seconds.
The tank at the head of the column was the first
to be hit. A "Sagger" missile split its turrent
and tongues of fire licked the steel. The tracked
troop-carriers attempted to bypass the burning
tank and met with a barrage of fire. Fire poured
down like hail from the roofs of the adjoining
houses. All around, they saw Egyptian soldiers.
Fire was pouring from the roofs, from win-
dows, from doorways. Submachineguns, bazookas,
missiles and hand grenades. One more tank was
hit and caught fire. Three fighters were killed
and I., the battalion commander, was wounded.
WITHOUT RECEIVING any order, the para-
troopers jumped out of the burning and immo-
bilized carriers and dashed towards the adjoining
houses. Long bursts of fire mowed down the
fighters. Blood puddled on the black asphalt
David Zohar, Ronny Hacham and Asa* Loe-
bal ran intw the entrance of one of tho buildings.

shooting from the hip and reached the staircase
safely. They were followed by Imri, Avi and
Daniel. The paratroopers discovered an Egyp-
tian bunker in the yard and dropped a grenade
into it. A black cloud rose from it, impeding
breathing and blurring vision.
Crouching and fighting nonstop, the para-
troopers climbed to the first floor. Shouts in Ara-
bis were heard from one of the rooms. They burst
into it and saw eight Egyptian policemen, their
i>acks to the wall, hands up and begging for
mercy. They were taken prisoner and taken down
to the yard.
ANOTHER UNIT, headed by Haim and
Itzhak, went cautiously up the stairs to the sec-
ond floor. Short bursts at the doors, a few hand
grenades and counterfire. The unit burst into the
rooms and discovered two Egyptian soldiers in
one of them.
Five fighters seized positions on the second
floor and began to shoot at the Egyptian soldiera
in the adjoining buildings. The Egyptians re-
turned fire and tried to crack the walls of the
building with baaooka fire. Plaster crumbled.
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The War Breeds Severe Mental Anguish
By MLI TAL
1||ENTAI. SHOCK iu tima of
^"* war is a common phenom-
enon. Soldiers are affected and
so are civilians on the homo
front, children, adults and the
elderly. The apprehensions, the
tensions, the nervousness spare
no one, nor do they attach them-
selves to one social stratum. The
longer the fighting, the more in-
tense are the mental tribulations
on the battlefronts and at home.
Professional psychology litera-
ture devotes a special chapter to
war victims: these are mainly
soldiers. Statistics show that a
iln percentage of service-
men who took part in the fighting
and were physically wounded
were hit by what is known as
v ir trauma, or shock: a higher
percentage are labeled as suffer-
ing from "battle fatigue" and
these are usually the easier to
treat.
THE VOM Kippur War, unlike
the Six-Day War and the Sinai
paign. lasted long, leaving its
imprint on mental well-being
both at the front and back home.
The wave of rumors which
swept the country didn't help as-
suage the spirit. Uncertainty as
to the fate of sons and husbands
heightened mental tension. With-
holding the names of victims
caused consternation for many
people. Many didn't know how
to behave or what to say to a
family whose son was reported
deal. Perhaps it was just a re-
port. Should one call a friend
whose husband is on the firing
line or go to visit her at home?
And what do you say to children
who keep asking. "Mama, what
does die mean?"
Soldiers were at a loss to ac-
count for their chronic insomia
They were afraid to talk about
nightmares. They tried to hide
their fears and succeeded in
heightening the mental tension,
unreleased and unabated.
THE ARMY cared for them
and provided psychiatrists to a
number of Hospitals. On the home
front the public was requested
to volunteer. The Ministry of
Health was not prepared, and
mental help stations were not
opened immediately. People
scanned the newspapers to find
where and to whom to go. and
they discovered that public agen-
cies had undertaken the tasks.
Among these were universities
and hospital physicians, who
made themselves available for
telephone summons 24 hours a
day.
Bar-Han. Hiifa. Jerusalem an !
Tel Aviv Universities put in spe-
cial lines for scores of volunteers
from the psychology department?
who stood b) to answer telephone
calls and even make home calls
when necessary.
A trim Tel Aviv woman of
about 30 relates: "My husband is
u ith the combat troops. He called
me for the first time two weeks
after his call-up. He was alive,
thank God" But until he got in
touch with me I underwent the
worst time of my life. It was
terrible.
"A NEIGHBOR of mine was
killed. The neighborhood kids
didn't stop talking about it. The
May you and your
family live always
in freedom and peace.
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
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Inter-Alliance Trading Corp.
660 W. 28th Street
Hialeah 33010
people in the apartment house
went almost hysterical. > was al-
so overcome by the mood I have
a bov of .-ix I didn't know what
to do. Those questions 'Mama.
how do you die" ... If you die.
then how lio you come back
borne?' "Well, so he's dead,
but what do you do so that he
wont die again" Where do
you take him when he's dead."
. 'Why did he .iave 10 die-*'
I was desperate. The sound of
someone coming up the stairs
I my blood pres>ure I was
sure that they were coming to
give me the news I started tak-
ledatives. Valium.
"I started with one and went
to three. 1 felt that this didn't
do anything, and I becami
less to the point of il Gen-
erally I am q I don't
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"Shalom"
^A EDS LAWN MOWER
2290 Palm Avenue
Hialeah 33010
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Passover...
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FLEA MARKET
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Friday, April 5, 1974
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raise my voice. One day 1 -found
myself shouting and beating the
boy. I began crying. The child
cried. One day he got up and re-
fused to go to school. 1 didn't
know what to do. I felt fenced
in. The bny was nervous. 1 wag
tense. The boy cried and I cried.
I saw no way out of it
"BY CHANCE I c.irr.e upon an
announcement offering r
help. I got in touch immeri..
The first thing they told me was
that I wasn't the only one
ih.it my boy was not 'he Aral I i
refuse to go to school At fir.-t !
had felt that 1 was the only one
with this problem, but now I
understood that it wasn't my ail-
ment alone: many other parents
were stricken with it. too. The
psychologist explained that the
boy was afraid of losing me: ac-
tually he had lost his father,
even though he was still living.
His father no longer existed for
him, and now he was afraid that
he would come back from school
and wouldn't find me. I talked
to her on the phone for about an
hour, and it helped me. I felt an
easing of the tension, right away.
"Now I knew how to behave
toward my child. I understood
that 1 had to hold myself in
check. Of course, my peace of
mind caime back only after my
husband called me, and then ev-
erything really became more
calm. I remember the Six-Day
War; my husband was at the front
then, too. But this war was dif-
ferent. The long nights. The
never-ending days. A week and
another week. I don't even try
to imagine what would have hap-
pened if the fighting had lasted
a month or two."
This war was different for
the soldiers and for the civilians.
Many fears, tensions, awful rum-
or- and much strain would have
vanished, had somebody been pre-
pared for the situation, if peo-
..id had an address to turn to,
nght away, in tne very first daya
an address in every regior, i .
ttli ment, kibbutz and city,
Th is the incident with the girl
northern kibbutz who
to Ti I Iviv for mental help
would not have beep repeated.
*HE CAME to one of the ho*
id asked to see a psycho!-
i 1st. Her husband was mis
She was strained and nervous
She asked one of the clerks for
mental assistance. The clerk look-
ed for a staff psychologist to help
the young woman. This took time,
and the woman waited. Whpn the
psychologist arrived, the woman
was told that she could apply to
the Haifa district, where someone
would help her. In Haifa she was
referred to Tel Aviv. She event-
ually had to go back to Haifa.
The situation was more diffi-
cult for the soldiers. As in ev-
ery war, the first victims of shock
are the fighting men.
"The core of the problem," said
a psychiatrist on the staff of one
of the country's hospitals, "is to
locate at once trie soldiers who
show any battle fatigue or shock.
The general tendency is to ig-
nore the manifestations, but ne-
glecting to treat it is likely to
cause much more severe mental
problems in the future. There are
known cases of paralysis, blind
ness, stuttering, convulsions, and,
at the least, insomnia, fear nd
dread. Soldiers under mental
strain or in fear or dread must
go at once to the nearest psychia-
trist or psychologist and be rid
of this pressure. This is not a
mental disease. It's an ailment
like all other ailments which re-
quires immediate treatment.
A reservist who took part in
the fighting says: "Nobody un-
derstands me. The family says
they're all fed up with my stories.
At night I have nightmares. 1
can't fall asleep. People don't un-
derstand me. Actually I v
wounded and nothing serious hap
pened to me. There are many
worse eases, and I don't want
people to pity me. So I talk and
talk. People tell me if I'd stop
tilling the stories, I'd forget
them. Just to keep quiet. So I
koep quiet, and then I feel a
strong urge to drink and I get
a severe headache.
"I see them ali the time. And
all the time I want to kill and
kill, to kill those who killed my
friends. 1 keep thinkine and sav
anything, and suddenly I feel
worn out as though I had worked
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eight hours in a mine. I lie down
but can't fall asleep. I turn from
side to side and keep blinking.
The family chastises me. They
tell me to stop pitying myself
and others. Go to work. So 1
leave the house and grab hold
of someone who is willing to lis-
ten to me. and suddenly the head-
ache and the blinking are gone.
I'm no longer tired and I feel
fresh. I iust feel good.
'BUT IT'S worst at night.
Again I can't fall asleep, again
the blinking and the headaches.
They sent me to a hospital. I sit
with the psychologist and tell
her everything I saw. all my
troubles. It's more comfortable
lying down. When I'm with her
I feel very good. I feel a great
peace when I can talk myself out
to someone who can still put up
with my stories. I imagine it's
not easy to listen to the stories
I've been telling. But it's diffi-
cult for me, too, to see the peo-
ple and hear the sounds. Never
have I blinked so hard in my
life. The psychologist told me
that these are tics which will dis-
appear. I used to be a strong,
healthy fellow, always cracking
jokes and always the life of the
party. Now every little thjing
makes me nervous. I went with
the fellows to see a movie. Be-
; hind us were two soldiers crack-
ing seeds. I turned around and
hit them.
"I don't want people to pity
me. but I'm in the middle of no-
where and I don't know what to
do with myself. I never thought
I'd be lying like this on a couch
and telling a psychologist all
kinds of stories. I thought psy-
chologists were ror sick people.
I don't know how my friends
are making out, but this helps
me a great deal."
ONE OF the pressing problems
of the psychologist and the psy-
chiatrists is how to locate the sol-
diers and the civilians who are
reluctant to disclose their men-
tal state. The more time passes,
the more their state deteriorates.
A hardy man. who lives in a
small apartment on the outskirts
of Tel Aviv, told me: "There was
heavy shelling, and suddenly ]
felt a whack on my back and I
fell down. I remember that when
I came to I couldn't feel my legs.
I tried to get up but couldn't.
After they extricated me I lay
three weeks in the orthopedic
ward. I said to myself: I'm para-
lyzed in both legs, but I'll learn
to live with it. Everybody re-
garded me as a paralytic. My wife
already made plans to move to a
new apartment with wide pas-
sageways between the rooms, so
that I could get about in a wheel-
chair. The doctors also thought
that I was paralyzed. It seems
silly to talk about it, when I am
able to walk and actually wasn't
paralyzed at all.
They took all kinds of X-rays.
I don't know what for. A few
days later a psychiatrist came
around. I actually didn't know
what he wanted, and I told him
I was feeling fine; I didn't have
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scares and I was sleeping well.
We chattted quite a bit, and then,
as we were talking, he told me
that I really wasn't paralyzed.
The X-rays were negative and my
paralysis was psychosomatic. He
prescribed some medication, and
now I am perfectly well. I know
it sounds strange, but I don't
know how to explain it, either
to myself or to others."
On the home front there are
few cases of mental fatigue, but
often there is no understanding.
Returning soldiers blow up things
which seem trivial into major in-
cidents in order to gain attention.
This may be an indication of se-
rious mental problems. Quite
often, say the doctors, drastic
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windowpanes shattered, but the wall did not fall.'
A quick interrogation of the captured policemen
revealed that the building was used as a police
base.
The Egyptian soldiers began to besiege the
building, making frequent attempts to burst into
it. The paratroopers on the second floor threw
hand grenades in the staircase. One of the Egyp-
tian soldiers managed to climb the stairs unhurt
and tried to throw a hand grenade into the room
in which the paratroopers had entrenched them-
selves. Danny Ozery shot from close range and
the Egyptian rolled down the stairs, dead.
THE POLICE building became the strong-
hold of the paratroopers. More fighters who saw
the .tronghold appraochcd the building in tracked
armor carriers and dashed out of them into the
yard of the building. The Egyptians directed their
fire at the troap-cajriers which made desperate
attempts to break through. The number of cas-
ualties mounted. Wounded fighters crawled into
the building under fire cover provided by their
buddies.
In the midst of fighting, an Egyptian police-
man ran into the building shouting "The Jews
are nearby. Watch out!" and was taken prisoner.
The telephone rang on the second floor, but
nobody answered it.
Up the street, two Israel tanks were trying to
break through the Egyptian encirclement. "We
tried our best to signal to them," David Zohar
recalls, "They did not take notice and did not
reply. When they passed under the police build-
ing, we threw chairs at them and a phosphorous
hand, grenade on the road. We hoped that some-
body would raise his head and identify us. They
crossed the building and reached an adjoining
crossroads, turned back and left. For the first
time since the beginning of the fighting, we had
some bitter thoughts. We realized we were' cut
off.
An additional troop-carrier, whose fighters
tried to find shelter in the police building was
hit. We heard a Ions cry from a soldier inside.
From the second floor, the paratroopers saw a
wounded soldier wno nad extricated himself from
the burning carrier lying between it and the wall.
Two first aid men ran to him, and under cover
provided by four fighters, dragged the wounded
soldier inside.
THE NUMBER of wounded increased stead-
ily. Dr. Gad Kransky, the unit's doctor, ordered
the wounded. He was oblivious to the fire and the
wizard's dexterity and saintlike calm, he saw to
the wounded. He was obvious to the fire and the
shells landing on the building. The paratroopers
on the second floor were entranced by the work
of the doctor who operated on one of their seri-
ously wonded buddies. "May God protect him
for 1.1,," one said.
The fighting intensified. The Egyptian sol
diers. who had entrenched themselves on the
building opposite began to snipe into the second
floor. For the first time since the beginning of
figh.'ing, there was a serious shortage of ammuni
tion and water. David Amit, who assumed com-
mand after his superior officers had been wound-
ed, ordered his buddies to return controlled fire
and to save water. The water bottles were trans-
ferred to the wounded on the first floor.
DURING the battle on the police building,
more troop-carriers with paratroopers attempted
to break through the Egyptian ring of fire. Israel
Zuriel's carrier was hit in this attempt.
"We tried to extricate ourselves from the
carrier." Israel says, "That's when I heard my
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tack on Israeli forces. Egyptian Army crosses Suez Canal and
takes up positiens along eastern bank. Syrian attack begins with
occupation of Hennon post. Their armor sweep* through other
Israeli posts and most of the Golan Heights, and is halted.
In the evening, a Frog rocket fired from Syria explodes in
Galilee village Migdal Haemek. Israel government explains de-
lay of reserves mobilization and gives reasons for refraining
from starting preventive war.
Sunday, Oct. 7 Israel Army spokesman prematurely re-
ports Syrian army repelled.
At Latakia port, four Syrian war vessels sunk by Gabriel
rockets.
Hospitals put on full alert.
Ignoring Ministry of Commerce and Industry assurances of
large food reserves in the country to last for months, house-
wives "storm" food shops and clear their shelves.
UN observers: The Arabs started the war.
Hussein takes counsel with his army commanders.
Kissinger calls for ceasefire. Security Council prepares to
meet.
Monday, Oct. 8 Fierce battles in the Golan and in Sinai
Israel Army stabilizes lines for opening a counterattack.
Israel prisoners shown in Damascus and Cairo.
Nixon instructs Kissinger to request Security Council
meeting.
U.S. Sixth Fleet sails for Mediterranean.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Zayat: We are not sure of vic-
tory but will continue fighting until Arab lands are freed.
Demonstrations of support for an identification with Israel
in the West and Soviet Union.
Tuesday. Oct. 9 Israel Army counterattacking on both
fronts.
Golan cleared of Syrian army.
Cairo: We occupied Kantara.
Brezhnev: Soviet Union prepared to contribute to stable
peace in East Mediterranean.
U.S. calls on Security Council to agree on ceasefire and
return to previous lines.
Israel appeals to Lebanon and Jordan, via Nixon, to re-
frain from involvement in war.
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Israeli tanks veer off main road to join the battle in Sinai.
will endure. Israel Army establishes line in Sinai one to three
miles from Canal.
Ministerial economic committee approved one billion pound
(about S250 million) loan to finance war.
Brezhnev call on Algiers to join war.
Nixon in continual consultations.
Congress demands sending Israel promised planes.
World Jewry mobilizing to aid Israel.
Thursday, Oct. 11 Israel Army breaks through last line
30 miles from Damascus.
Dayan: Syrian front has collapsed.
Israel Army unit, beleaguered in northern Canal for four
days, relieved.
Official U.S. spokesman refuses to react to report U.S. will
supply Israel forty-eight phantoms replacing war losses.
Friday, Oct. 12 Horns oil center bombed.
Syrian coast oil installations hit by Israel rocket vessel.
Jordan mobilizes reserves.
Soviet arms airlift continuing.
Washington: Airlift will affect relations with Soviets.
Arab oil countries decide to continue negotiations with
western companies for price increase.
Sunday, Oct. 13 Israel artillery shelling Damascus area
Egyptian armor attempt at Sinai breakthrough repelled.
Jordan dispatches army units to Syrian front.
Golda Meir: will consider any ceasefire pro>x-sal.
American sources report U.S. will shortly send Israel planes
and tanks.
Kissineer: If Soviet Union acts irresponsibly we will re-
act forcefully.
Attempted Egyptian breakthrough along entire Canal sec-
tion fails.
Dayan: Soon southern front will collapse,
Israel Army spokesman reports 656 Israsl soldiers fell in
battles.
U.S. fulfilling obligations to Israel in toto.
U.S. discusses exiting ceasefire lines with Sovists.
Arab oil threats increasing.
Monday. Oct. 15 Iraqi force sent to aid Syria annihilated.
Fierce fightina in Sinai.
Ca:ro: Wont agree to ceasefire unless evacuation of all
Arab lands guaranteed.
Battle with Egyptian commando unit in northern Canal.
British Parliament debates embargo.
Paris rejects proof Mirages sold to Libya participate in
battles.
U.S. confirms sending arms by airlift to Israel.
Nixon: U.S. will defend every state's right to exist.
Tuesday. Oct. 16 Israel task force crosses Canal west
ward, operating in Egypt.
Sadat: We will dispatch long distance rockets if Israel hits
Egypt in depth.
Meir: Soviet Union prepared Arabs for attack on Israel.
Nixon to receive Arab foreign ministers.
Waves of protest against embargo in Britain.
Wednesday. Oct. 17 Washington sources: Shrike rockets
to count erac! SAM rockets reach Israel.
Danish Prime Minister: Brezhnev wants ceasefire.
Thursday, Oct. 18 Israel Army on offensive.
Egyptians "glued" to Canal.
Arab oil ministers meet and decide to cut oil supplies by
five per cent.
Friday, Oct. 19 More Israel forces stream across Canal.
Dayan:We will stay until war ends.
Arabs decide on gradual oil supply cuts.
Contacts about ceasefire.
Kosygin in Cairo.
Nixon: Our aim-a fair and just settlement in Middle East.
Saturday, Oct 20 Israel Army widens bridgehead to 18
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buddy Yehuda Render who had fought with
me in Ammunition Hill (Jerusalem) during the
Six-Day War and was cited for braverv hou*
ing I'm wounded!' I saw his body covered with
blood. Aid man Amali tried to stop the now .i
. blood. Another burst was fired at us. I saw
Michael, the carrier's driver, collapsing.
"A bullet had hit him in the head. Amall
rushed to him. I can't help him, he is dead,' bie
said. Yehuda Render tried to get out of tne
damaged carrier He threw nimself on the road,
crawled to the yard of the adjoining building and
was saved.
The commander's carrier was also hit by
Egyptian fire. The commander Shaul, nick-
nameii 'Bikl,' was wounded."
AMNON SI.OTZKY, who was in this carrier,
recalls: "We fought like mad against tne bgyp-
tians who wen all around us. Even those who
wcrr slightly wounded fired. A fighter who .-
in front of the carrier was shot in the head and
fell into my arms. At first I did not identify him.
I shouted aid man!' and then felt that I was
trembling all ovr Tin dpd m company aid man. I refused to believe it. Where
i- justice? After the inferno of the Ammunition
Hill. I did not believe thai he could be hit. Now
he was lying before me. dead, the aid man of
Ammunition Hill. Biki, the wounded company
commander ordered everyone to abandon the
carrier and find refuge in the adjoining building.
We ran crouching into the entrance. We heard
Biki shouting with his last breath: 'Move o-i!
(1 -ar the place! Follow me!' and an additional
burst of fire hit him and he fell."
From the second floor of the building in
which they had entrenched themselves. Israel
Zuritl and his buddies watched Biki's death. The;.
bit their lips and intensified the fire at the at-
tacking Egyptians.
ANOTHER EGYPTIAN group seized posi-
tions on the roof of a building in front and fired
at the carrier which was close to the entrance.
One bullet hit the gas tank and fuel began to
trickle on to the road. An additional hit at the
leaking tank and the carrier, with all its equip-
ment, was ablaze.
"During those seconds, I thought that only a
miracle could extricate us from here," Zuriel
says.
One of the miracles which helped Israel and
his friends was the intercom set through which
they reported to the rear that they were cut off
and requested reinforcements
"Hold on,"' a senior officer said to them.
We'll rescue you within an hour or two."
This promise gave them the strength to carry
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DURING THE late afternoon, the Esvotian
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and thirst became acute. Evening came. Some of
the fighters, entrenched in several houses, began
to feel desperate. Reinforcements failed to show
up. The}' were specifically told there was no way
to rescue them. Veterans of Ammunition Hill who
remembered the buddies who had fallen in at-
tempts to resell" the wounded were overwhelmed.
One of the sacred values in their life the rescue
of buddies seemed to explode in their face.
Talks with the rear informed Zuriel and hi;
buddies that most of their mates were entrenched
in .me of the adjoining hcu-' -.
Close to 10 p.m.. they decided to leave th"1
building. Walking in pairs one unhurt fighter
supporting his wounded buddy or even carrying
him on his shoulders they bc:an to move in
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David Naveh who carried Yehuda Rend?r on his
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shapes moving on the road. For one second he
thought of firing at them but wondered whether
they, were friends. A few seconds later, he found
himself hugging his friends in the unit.
Israel Zuriel fought back his tears during
the reunion with his friends. He thought that If
one miracle had happened, another one could
follow anil they would leave this inferno alive.
The enlarged force deployed for defense in-
side .the police building. Dudu Amit assigned his
friends to various observation points. He or-
dered the other to rest and go to sleep.
Under cover of the dark, several paratroop-
ers crawled to the carriers and retrieved ammuni-
tion, water and food from them. In one of the
carriers, they discovered the body of aid man
Igal and carried him back into the building.
AFTER SUPPER, Dudu and other command-
ers began to plan a break-through The rear com-
mand advised them by Intercom to leave the town
under cover of the night.
At first Dudu planned to leave at midnight.
On second thought, he preferred to break through
at 2 a.m on the assumption that the Egyptian
forces would be less vigilant at that hour. Dudu,
who remained calm throughout, built the rescue
task force. He decided that four unhurt fighters
would move in front, followed by unhurt fighters
carrying the wounded. The command proposed
that he leave through the main road. The distance
to the town exit was almost two miles. He de-
cided that it was preferable to move In dark
alleys.
"At about 2 a.m." Dudu says, "we began to
move, I told the guys not to make any noise. The
streets were littered with cans and broken glass.
Whenever we stepped on them, we felt certain
that we would awaken the Egyptians and they
would open fire within seconds. I told the guys
to walk naturally and not rush so that the Egyp-
tians would not suspect us. This is what we did.
We crossed alleys, a few yards from the Egyp-
tian soldiers. They did not open fire because they
were confident that this was one of their units
and they asked no questions. All the time, 1
kept glancing back at the wounded. Most of
them were walking, including the battalion com-
mander. Others were carried. I knew how they
suffered and admired them for their courage."
ITZHAK SASA and Raphael Nagish moved
in the rear. In one of the alleys, they saw three
Egyptian soldiers moving in their direction. Na-
gish wanted to shoot but Sasa prevented him, say-
ins "It's not worth it. Let's move oa"
The Egyptian soldiers approached to within
seven feet. Nagish and Sasa continued to walk
casually and the Egyptians left.
"Dudu Amit saw a flickering lantern far away.
The senior officer told him by intercom, "When
you reach the flickering lantern, you can sing
and dance. Continue to move on. We are worried
about you. Good luck."
At 4:30 a.m., the flickering light seemed
close and voices in Hebrew came from its direc-
latcr. they found themselves, laughing and cry-
tion. They quickened their steps. A few minutes
inc. in the arms of armor soldiers. "We're saved."
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Israel bombing severely damages electricity and oil industry
in Syria.
Kissinger in Moscow for ending war under Soviet pressure
of direct intervention.
Saudi Arabia stops oil export to United States.
Sunday, Oct. 21 Egyptian force in central Canal zone
blasted.
Israel bridgehead deepened to 18 miles.
Zayat proposes ceasefire linked to Israel undertaking to
withdraw.
Kissinger in Moscow: Central problem prevention of
direct intervention of superpowers.
Kissinger pays lightning visit to Israel to obtain consent to
ceasefire.
Monday, Act. 22 Israel government decides to respond to
U.S. appeal to ceasefire.
Israel Army in control of lakes area (near the Suez Canal)
and dominating road to Cairo.
Israel occupies Hermon posts.
Sadat orders his troops to ceasefire.
Syria considers.
Likud (opposition coalition party) against government ac-
ceptance of ceasefire.
Arms airlift to Israel continues.
Tnesday, Oct. 23 Egyptian force in southern sector of
Canal (Third Army) encircled.
Syrian counterattack on Hermon posts smashed.
First contact Egypt agrees to Dayan's proposal, trans-
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', 7 a.m.
U.S. and Soviets demand withdrawal to Monday's lines
Meir: We are watching Egypt's behavior and will act
ordingly.
Moscow accuses Israel of breaking ceasefire and threatens
|avest consequences."
Wednesday, Oct. 24 Egyptian attempts to get out of
|irclement ring foiled.
Egypt alerts Security Council to discuss "Israel ceasefire
Bches," calling on the superpowers to dispatch observer
res. U.S. opposed.
Civil Defense Commander announces end of blackout in the
ole country at 5:45 p.m.
Main effort acceleration of exchange of prisoners. Israel
MM on Egypt and Syria through Red Cross to supply ists
prisoners.
Nixon dealing personally with ceasefire crisis.
Thursday, Oct. 25 High state of alert in U.S. Army around
world as countermeasure to Soviet threat of dispatching
ned forces to Middle East.
Kissinger warns Soviets.
Security Council decides on Emergency Force without
perpower participation for Middle East.
Israel permits supply of plasma to encircled Third Army.
Friday, Oct. 26 Tanker under Liberian flag carrrying oil
^m AbinRodeis (in western Sinai) to Eilat hit by sea mines.
Saturday, Oct. 27 Agreement reached through U.S. media-
tin for meetings of Israel and Egyptian representatives in the
pinity of Canal to decide on ceasefire arrangements and sup-
Jes to encircled Egyptian Army.
Nixon: We will use our influence more than we have ever
Lne before to reach a final settlement.
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*Je*i Friday. April 5. 1974
Even Then, Egyptians Were Hard of Heart
By RABBI SAMUEL SILVER
riS PASSOVER we reniemb/y
that the Egyptian monarch
was hard of heart. He refused
to let the Jews leave bondage
even when he was smitten oy
plague after plawe.
In our day Egypt still has
a Pharaoh. He is as obdurate as
his ancient predecessor. He too
has sustained plague after
plague, and his heart is as
hard as ever.
hard as ever. Although some
want us to hope that now it is
softening.
They quip that Sadat went
to shul regularly: he prayed
for Moses to come back and
take the Jews out of Egypt
again.
PASSOVER ALSO reminds
us that many fights for free-
dom have been inspired by the
original Mosiac insurrection.
We rejoice on Pesach because
the holiday is a signal that
man's yearning for emancipa-
tion can be fulfilled if he will
show the same intrepidity as
Moses and history's first group
of freedom fighters."
When the U.S.. liberated by
George Washington and his fol-
lowers, was born, the impulse
on the part of many was to
see this nation the recrudes-
cense ol the ancient struggle
for independence against the
notorious Pharaoh who "did
not know Joseph."
NO WONDER someone has
said that liberty speaks with
a Hebrew accent.
In the American Negro
world the Passover saga also
inspired the movement toward
equality. Martin Luther King
was activated to initiate the
modern surge for Negro free-
dom by the example of the
Mosaic thrust, as described in
the Bible and as celebrated
around the Passover table. Alas,
certain Negro leaders now
speak of the "death of the civil
rights movement."
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They are seeking to reverse
the drive towards equality and
have taken refuge in a kind of
a "Negro bigotry." So can ideal-
ism be blurred and deferred.
AS WE celebrate Passover
our eyes are turned towards
the much-promised land and
we realize that the modern
Israelis have not yet won com-
plete freedom. In every age,
the Passover Haggadah says,
we must struggle all over again
to win the prize of ease from
bondage.
Let us then add to our cele-
bration of Passover the resolve
to do our part in bringing about
the full redemption of Israel.
To do this we must relay the
truth about the Middle East.
The truth is that the Arab
leaders are the greatest en-
emies of their own people,
keeping them in the same kind
of degradation which Pharaoh
visited upon the slaves of old.
What the Arab leaders are
afraid of is not Israel so much
as the twentieth century, for
they see in the triumph of
Zionism the loss of the auto-
cratic control over their peo-
ple whose lot in Arab countries
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Page 13D
in Israel Still Find Miracles in Egypt?
?
PASSOVER, Jews com-
nemorate many miracles:
oiracle of the exodus from
the miracle of the cross-
of the sea, the miracle of
sh survival through the mil-
\, the miracle of modern Is-
; and her victories in four
endous wars.
kt this year the miracles
It not to be the focus of our
ition. Undoubtedly, we
use some miracles we
1 desperate need of them.
|anything less than a mira-
bring an end to Israel's
Iness in the world, or the
Jcnting hostility of almost
Oankind, or the economic
(of the free world because
energy crisis?
JNETHELESS, miracles are
tie answer. Jewish tradition
[us not to pray for them.
re grateful for those that
cur but we must learn to
with social and political
lies with natural law
human nature as it is and
lean be bettered.
Passover story makes
Abundantly clear and it
aspect of the story with
we ought be preoccupied
tar.
does the Bible denigrate
ties? It tells us that despite
kct that the greatest of all
|lcs the crossing of the
safety and the destruc-
j>f the pursuing enemy
ed in every Jew who be-
Ihe miracle a sense of the
of God, that faith availed
>ID not last. Shortly after
redemption and their
j song of triumph, the Jews
as cantankerous as they
were, as greedy, and as
ous.
y had had an immediate
mess of God"s role in his-
but that did not change
character, or endow them
a better sense of values,
|rd them for the mission
;ich they had been chosen.
ed. their discovery of
s no more than the "trip"
:ug addict a grand, my--
experience. with a sense
infinite, with no new
Its, no new programs of
no new resolves. Only
mory and perh .
ing for another "trip" or
would appear that a faith
truly counts must err
hard-headed encou.n1
reality, from trials and
llationsthat are the warp
f of human exisl
ies of faith are like fl li-
stening monentary
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born of bouts with the real chal-
lenge of life has lasting mean-
ing and impact.
What happened after Israel's
Six Day War? Then, too, mira-
cles occurred. There were num-
erous declarations of faith in
God. But what followed? Addic-
tion to material prosperity. Cor-
ruption in government.
More preoccupation with the
sensuous. Pride, hubris, arro-
gance until the sobering re-
ality of the Yom Kippur War.
During the Yom Kippur War the
religiously committed soldiers
wrote a magnificent chapter in
the annals of heroism their
comrades beheld it with their
own eyes.
They saw how a deep faith
born not of miracles but
rather of prolonged and an-
guished preoccupation with the
will of God transforms man
and makes one almost super-
human.
THAT IS the kind of faith
we must seek on Passover. And
in its pursuit we must ponder
what we must do from now on
to cope with the challenges that
face us as individuals, as Jews,
as Americans, and as members
of the human race.
What are the specific values
we must ponder? Not the least
important of them is regard for
the earth's resources and our
readiness to be content with
less" exploitation of them. We
must learn to find happiness in
the cultivation of intellectual
and spiritual goals rather than
the acquisition and enjoyment
of material things.
We must learn to sacrifice
for freedom and justice and
prize these ideals more than
life itself. We must cherish fam-
ily and community and crave
only the power to do good for
others.
WE MUST find ways to con-
vert enemies into friends, no
matter how impossible this may
seem. But it is precisely faith
that makes the impossible pos-
sible and attainable.
Israeli Jews and American
Jews must rediscover in their
ancestral heritage what their
faith in God was meant to ac-
complish.
Then all of them together
will achieve the ultimate mira-
cle the transformation of man
from a destructive animal to a
creature endowed with the di-
vine image. This is the message
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moans must be employed in order
to restore the soldier to normal
life. This does not mean bodily
blows but rather a determined
attempt to draw the young man
out of the narrow family confines
and to reintegrate him in society.
ONE OF the complicated prob-
lems confronting the volunteer
social workers and psychologist
is the attempt by some families
to keep all the mourning to them-
selves, and to hold a kind of
competition to see which one of
the family is most stricken. A
hidden competition sets in be-
tween the wife and the parents,
or between one parent and anoth-
er. In many telephone appeals,
mothers wanted to know what to
do with the broken and disheart-
ened father of the family, and
there have been opposite cases.
cf fathers and husbands worry-
ing about their wives.
In one such case, a young wom-
an phoned Tel Aviv University
and asked one of the workers to
visit her. After a long talk, the
young woman said: "They kept
talking to me all the time, and
they said: 'Look, you're a young
woman, you'll get married again,
but for us, our son is gone and
will never come back.' Or the
brother would say: 'For you it's
no great tragedy, but he was my
brother and no one can take his
place.' I began feeling that they
were really suffering more than
I was, and that I really had no
right to suffer. I kept apart and
didn't cry I just watched them
crying and telling about their
son. They didn't let me open my
mouth. I began to feel superflu-
ous, and I thought that perhaps it
was more difficult for them than
for me. I didn't know what to do.
When I tried to say something,
they would wave me away and
say: 'Never mind, never mind,
you'll get along.' But what are
we to do? At times they would
talk in their native language, so
that I shouldn't understand. The
whole familv was in my home,
but I was not wanted.
A TEL Aviv University psy-
chologist sayi: "The family tried
to keep the grief all to itself and
made it seem that the young girl
had nothir? to mourn, since her
future seemed to be assured. It
was only w* -i, -*ie was with me
that she fir bant into tears. I
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bidden f r to pnter into a
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fe, she went into deeper
calamity and really did
to feel genuine grief.
the time she was in this
|ition with the parents, and
nurturing guilt feelings
vould tend to inhibit her
jlife, I think that it was
she talked with me that
igan mourning, and this
til have been the only it
I that this young woman
inburdened herself of her
rhese things have to come
\ey must not be kept in-
she had not unburdened
she would keep within
It feelings that might keep
km remarrying, as If she
ring that she didn't mourn
and how could she dare
)mpany with other young
fe are opposite case, of
as wives being strangled
le, so that actually the en-
Jen of grief is transfer-
lem. This is an unbear-
able burden. Here, too, guilt feel-
ings can be easily engendered.
Mothers telephoned me about the
fathers being in a severe state of
depression and what could be
done about it. Grief must be
shared equally if it is at all
possible to talk here about equal-
ity. Everyone is a partner in the
grief. The burden must be re-
moved from the person where
it accumulates, ans no one should
be comforted at the expense of
another.
"THE MOST difficult problem
I have met is how mothers can
cope with the innocent questions
posed by their children. 'Well, if
Daddy is dead, then what should
we do? If he's up in the sky, how
come he doesn't fall down? How
did he get there anyway? Can he
come back from the sky? I be-
lieve that we must not hold back
an answer, even if there isn't a
good general answer. You have
to try to voice the truth Then
there is another approach, the
one that says: 'Well, they don't
understand it yet.' The child has
lost one parent, and the lie makes
him lose the second. There is a
breakdown of trust. The child
must have an address to which
he may put his questions and re-
ceive honest answers. The criti-
cal age is from three to six,
"I think at this stage mothers
should be asked to get in touch
with us at the university, if they
have problems with the children,
since lies or the withholding of
the truth can cause severe men-
tal problems. It is also important,
obviously, how and when this is
to be told to a child. He should
not be approached when he comes
back from school or is playing
with friends. A proper time must
be found to tell him. forthrightly,
what has happened to his daddy.
This is an inescapable assign-
ment."
Severe problems were also dis-
covered in the schools. Many
teachers were helpless as they
faced classes with fatherless chil-
dren. They didn't know on whom
to call or what to do. Apparently,
the Ministry of Education didn't
have answers to these questions
either and the teachers had to
fall back on the telephone num-
bers published in the newspapers.
Substitute teachers were not
properly prepared, and they
wanted to know how to behave
in a classroom where the reguiar
teacher had been killed. The gen-
eral procedure was to let the
class express itself and to devote
one lesson to a suitable chapter
from the Bible or to a historical
(Wry of heroism.
WP
Hans \AJcrc pined from Page 12 D
more squalid than in
igejs camps.
[ responsible for the refu-
jblem are not the ;.-
bui the Arab leaders
feed the Arabs to leave
le.
TRUTH is that Amer-
fws must support Israel
(y because that land is
r the Jews but because
Hod for America. Israel
Ints the cause of democ-
IW'hen American diplo-
lil to give full support
|el they not only encour-
errorisni: they weaken
kric of democracy,
'truth is that modern man
Ittl not accustomed to the
eed of Jew in Israel. As
[Eban and others have
le world clings to the
the obsequious Jew-
Bars to hit back.
ruth is that Israel ha-*
le target of unjustified
only because she is
(Larger nations can en-
aggression and the
looks the other way
[America doess this she
her soul.
TRl'TH is that even
rate" Arab leaders have
brought themselves to
at they will accept thi
hat I-rael IS. Only the
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I listening to what is
their consciences, and
ength of Israel to sur-
feill bring Arab leade-.s
realization that they
abstain from their de-
annihiiate the Jewish
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"T|l"DI, a 19-year-old soldier in
the standing army, has re-
turned from Egyptian imprison-
. i at disillusioned.
During his 40 days of impri-
sonment Dudi was subjected to
beastly maltreatment.
On his return home, Dudi read
idyllic stories about Israel POWs
being taken on a pleasure tri* to
the Sphinx and the Pyramids,
about moving displays of broth-
erhood on the part of Egyptian
military doctors and their Israel
colleagues, "the direct peace
talks" conducted between Israel
officers and their Egptian hosts.
Dl'DI READ absolutely noth-
ing about the disheartening
truth: the cruel beatings, the tor-
urea and humiliations to whicl
he had been subjected and the
severe hardships experienced by-
Israel prisoners in President
Sadat's peace-seeking Egypt.
The emotional reception wel-
coming the returning prisoner*
aroused in Dudi Senesh mixed
feelings of surprise and dissatis-
faction. "1 don't get all this re-
joicing. They were all so happy
and proud. Why were we wel-
comed so warmly? After all, we
did surrender to the enemy and
go to Egyptian imprisonment. So
Continued on Page 2-E
Israel and Egypt sign an agresment on the
disengagement of their forces along the
Suez Canal front. Maj. Gen. Mohamed Ab-
dul Ghany E!-Gamasy (center), Egyptian
Chief of Staff, ex-amines an Israeli map
showing the plan of troop dis3ngagement
inside the United Nations tent at Kilometer
101 on the Cairo-Suez road. To his left are
Egyptian Brig. Gen. Tsha El-Magdoub and
Col. A. F. Howaidy. Seated (left) is Harold
H. Sounders of the U.S. National Security
Council. Standing (from left) crre Remy
Gorge, political adviser to the UN Emerg-
ency Force commander; Israel's Col. D. Sion;
Finnish Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo, of the UN
Force, and an unidentified officer.
Trails of light trace the paths of equipment
loaded at night in Tel Aviv.
in this U.S. Air Force photo as a C-5 is un-
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why should they be so proud of
us?"
Eytan. his 24-year-old brother,
who returned home safely from
the battlefields of the Golan
Heights, tiies to lessen his broth-
er's feeling of guilt: "Look here,
Dudi; surrender in conditions 01
certain annihilation is no shame.
It is to our credit that prisoners
are not hanged here but wel-
comed joyfuily."
Dt'DI AND Eytan, nephews of
the well known World War II
martyr whc was killed by the
Nazis while trying to help Jews
to escape, grew up in Haifa in a
home imbued with the spirit oJ
tue heroic figuie.
They wan born a few years
after the heroic death of their
aunt.
Dudi remarks tha! living in the
light of the legend of Hana Sen-
Bih was not aiways eajy: "As tnt
nephew of Hana Senesh, I was
a ways expected to do more and
I ended up expecting more and
rrore of myself. At times there
was an internal struggle, a de-
sire to sever the relationship, so
that people would accept me for
myself."
The image of Aunt Hana was
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before Dudi's eyes when he made
one of the most difficult deci-
sions forced upon him since he
first donned his Armor Corps
uniform.
DURING THE cruel period
preceding the decision to stop
fighting, when the enemy was at
both openings of the bunker in
the besieged stronghold, when
hands were up, "it was still dif-
ficult for me to get adjusted to
the surrender."
There were four of them in
the troop-carrier, climbing the
patrol route on top of the ram-
part: Moshe Zaguri, commander
of the patrol. Private Itzchak
Carmel, Dudi and his good
friend, Shmuel Cohen.
On Thursday. Friday and the
morning of Saturday 1 Oct. 4, 5
and 6). Dudi and his buddies re-
ported the usual sights and activi-
ties on the Egyptian line from
the mobile observation post.
ON SATURDAY morning, Oct.
0', Dudi and his buddies see an
unusual development for the
first time. Noith of the central
stronghold, they observe camou-
flage net.- on the ridge of the
Egyptian rampart. Zaguri tries
to identify the objects under the
nets. Carmel says that they are
tanks, and gun barrels also pro-
trude from under the nets.
Eleven a.m. The patrol reports
its findings. Two hours pass and
an order is received on the com
set: Come down from the ram-
part to the Canal road for brief-
ing. Dudi and Shmuel remain
alone on the rampart, while
Carmel and Zaguri proceed by
carrier to the road. Dudi looks
through his fieldglasses at the
Egyptian rampart "and suddenly,
I was stunned. The camouflage
net was pulled aside and a gun
barrel was directed at us. We
wanted to warn the troop-carrier
not to come back, but could n do so." Zaguri and Carmel return
and announce that a state of
alert has been proclaimed and
they should fold up quickly,
THE LONE troop carrier
moves recklessly along the ram-
part towaids the stronghold. On
the way. Dudi and his buddies
pick up three soldiers from a
battle engineering outfit, and stop
at the gates of the stronghold' y
few minutes before the outbreak
of war.
"The moment the troop-carrier
stopped, three Egyptian MIG's
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appeared and crossed the Canal
to the east exactly over the
stronghold. We knew something
serious was about to happen. We
rushed to the warroom bunker
and hardly managed to don pro-
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George and Sally Mildwoff
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"Gradually, we became accus-
tomed to the whistles and the
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of the reservists.
AN OFFICER takes Dudi out-
side and pushes him ino the ob-
servation post in front of the
Egyptian bridgehead. With his
fieldglasses. he watches the
massing of Egyptian forces
and reports: "At night it
was an eerie spectacle. Missiles
flow into the sky lit by antiair-
craft fire and armor clashed with
armor in the light of glares.
Throughout Sunday, day and
night, the artillery rained down
on the stronghold.*'
The evacuation order, received
on the com set. heaitens the men
in the stronghold, but soon
enough hopes are crushed. From
the observation posts, the men
can watch the desperate efforts
of three tanks sent to heir res-
cue. But the battle is lost when
the tanks enter an Egypian am-
bush.
The conquest of the stronghold
begins: "Hordes of Egyptian In-
fantry advanced in columns
flanked by troop carriers, moved
towards us on the Canal road and
approached us directly, as though
they were at home."
The Egyptian soldiers ap-
proach but, for the time being,
they by-pass the stronghold, ap-
parently on their way to more
urgent tasks. The voices of sig-
nalmen in other strongholds
heard on the com set imply that
their position is deteriorating.
Egyptian tanks deploy half a
mile from the stronghold and
Egyptian infantry are all around.
THE ASSESSMENT of the
warroom bunker is serious and
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realistic: "rThe Egyptians take
their time: they know we are in
their hands. The assault on the
stronghold Ji only a matter of
time."
After dark, the tanks begin to
shell the stronghold. An Egyp-
tian reconnaissance tank ap-
proaches. The men in the posts
attack it. A nail of machine gun
tracer bullets lands on its chassis
but they make no d:'nt. The tank
continues to draw closer. Egyptian
infantry soldiers run behind the
chains of the tank, showering the
positions with fire. An additional
Egyptian tank attacks the fences
of the stronghold. The two tanks
let loose .i burst of machine gun
fire. One tank is hit; it burns
like a bonfire. The Egyptian
new yets out of it and is mowed
down by the stronghold fighters.
The second tank turns round on
its chains and leaves the yard <>f
the stronghold.
In the bunker, buddies say two
more Egyptian tanks have been
hit in the area of deployment.
Air force planes carry out bomb-
ing raids on the Egyptian bridges
in the Canal, but without much
success. The raids meet with
clusters of missiles and strong
antiaircraft battery fire.
DURING THE nigtit, the men
in the stronghold are the "eyes"
of the artillery batteries and zero
the gunners in on enemy concen-
trations in the sector of the
stronghold and in the adjoining
area.
In the morning, the strongho'd
scout returns from a brief tour
and reports that the Egyptians
have lelt twenty bodies outside
the yard of the stronghold. One
of the lighters is lying di-ad in
the warroom bunker and tin'
doctor and aidmen tend to two
wounded soldi)
When the morning f"i dispels,
the men >pot two Egyptian tanks
a few dozen yards from the
fences, witii dozens of soldiers
walking between them. The
tanks attack with guns and ma-
chine guns and the thirty-eight
men in the stronghold fire back
with all the weapons they ha\e.
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and the enemy's advance is
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checked, but ammunition in the
stronghold is running low, the
posts collapse, the connecting
ditches are filed with earth and
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trates the openings of the hunk-
ers, the men realize that the sit-
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"The sfV6nh0id!'comtnahdef di-
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positions and assemble in the
warroom bunker.
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bullet penetrated and hit the wa-
ter tank. Nobody budged."
Efi. the deputy commander of
the stronghold asks by com set
for artillery support. He mutters
a curse. Outside, voices in Arabic
are heard. The Egyptians are at
the openings of the bunker. The
voices giow in volume and be-
come shouts. The men fit on the
beds with set indifferent faces.
"We could only pray."
Suddenly, a smoke grenade is
thrown from the noithern open-
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fog which fills the bunker, the
Egyptians fire through the
soutlier7i opening.
An unidentified voice is heard
in>iue the dense smoke: 'Guys.
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Page 5-E
surrender!" Many take part in
the discussion held in the war-
room bunker:
"Let's surrender!"
"Let's not surrender!"
"They'll slaughter us>"
''How do you say 'surrender'
in Arabic?"
SOMEBODY strains his lungs
and shouts, "Salaman, salaman!"
The Egyptians accept the sur-
render proposal. Thf shots cease.
Water drips from the perforated
tank. Dudi's personal weapon
slips from liis hands and falls
into the puddle of water.
"Start gom* out!"
Dudi retrieves his Uzi from the
puddle. Somebody shouts at him:
"Are you mad? Go out un-
armed."
They leave, in pairs, through
the smoke-filled northern open-
ing. Egyptian soldiers stand out-
side, their machine guns pointed
at the heads of the exiting sol-
diers. They motion to them to re-
move their protective vests and
personal equipment. Dudi remem-
bers the hand grenades in the
pocket of his trousers. He takes
them out and places them on the
sand. The Egyptians push the
guys to one area in the square of
the stronghold near the gate.
Dudi reconstructs the surren-
der:
"FOR MANY weeks. I had
seen the Egyptian soldiers like
tiny dots moving in the area.
Now, the dots became tangible
shapes and I was standing among
them. I looked at the faces
around me. There were no young
men among them. All looked like
fellahin workers and were rather
scared; they shouted and ran to
and fro. There was no officer
among them. A small and nerv-
ous company commander receiv-
ed the surrender.
The Egyptians order them to
fall in rows of three and push
them with their rifle butts. The
Egyptian soldiers charge, snatch
the men's watches and the iden-
tification tags from their necks.
They order them to remove their
steel helmets, shoes and socks.
Dudi looks at his bare feet and
those of his friends and remem-
bers the pictures of barefoot
Egyptians in the desert which
he had seen in the albums of
previous wars.
DUDI AND his buddies felt
that their captors followed an
order from above when they or-
dered the removal of shoes and
socks. The Egyptians warned to
see Israelis thus humiliated.
The Egyptian soldiers bring a
coil of telephone wire and begin
to tie the guys. "They tied our
wrists with all their strength, one
wrist on top of the other a
cruel method which indicated
that they were well trained in
tying hands. Many had numbed
hands as a result of blocked ar-
teries. The telephone wire was
stretched from the hands of one
prisoner to the other and when
all were securely bound, we were
pushed with rifle butts and taken
out in rows of seven outside the
gate of the stronghold."
An Egyptian officer comes by
jeep in the direction of the Canal
road and stops near the convoy
of prisoners. He exchanges a few
sentences with the company com-
mander in charge of the prison-
ers. They move on. Walking is
awkward. The Egyptians spur
the prisoners with curses and
push them with their rifle butts.
An Egyptian armored track stops
near them, its rear door opens
and the Egyptians push their pri-
soners inside.
'The tied wrists felt infernally
painful, with every push and
jolt."
ABOUT a dozen armed Egyp-
tian soldiers sit on the wall of
the armored track. They put
their feet on the bodies of the
guys lying down one on top of
the other. A reservist, who
speaks Arabic, asks them to loos-
en the ties which stop the circu-
lation of blood. The Egyptian
soldiers react by punching him
in the face and distributing
blows and kicks in all directions.
Some spit and curse.
"We sat bent, with heads down.
Whenever I raised my head, I
received a fist and a spray of
spittle. I felt horribly humiliated.
1 prayed for a shell to fall down
and put an end to the nightmare,
but the nightmare was only be-
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ginning."
The Egyptian soldiers on the
armored track are exultant. They
shout for joy, strike, spit and
curse. When the armored track
enters an Egyptian town, they
yip with joy. Egyptian armormen
in the cheering crowd and the
Egyptian soldiers on the vehicle
shoot into the air. Crowds push
and shove, jump on the walls of
the armored track to have a look
at the Israel prisoners. Anyone
lucky enough to reach the troop-
carrier, spits and hits. The sol-
diers who "guard" the prisoners
conduct the barbaric revelry by
waving their rifles and shouting
slogans and words nf encourage-
ment.
The track moves westward, in
the direction of the Canal. The
next station is an infantry con-
centration south of Ismailia. The
Egyptian soldiers shout the tid-
ings: "Umaya, umaya (prisoners,
prisoners)!"
CHEERING CROWDS storm
the armored track and furiously
attack the prisoners. Blows,
kicks, spit. A climate of lynching,
Dudi receives a terrific blow
from a rifle butt on the back of
his neck. Blood trickles on his
face. He feels dizzy and faint. He
opens his eyes and touches his
Wr
wounded head and his torn eye
brow and wipes the blood from
his eyes.
At the next station, the Egyp-
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prisoners and kick hem outside'
the armored track.
"The moment our feet touched
the ground, the brutal treatment
began. Hundreds of soldiers ac-
companied us all the way. They
beat us and clubbed us with rifle
butts. Many dealt stunning blows
on the back of the neck with
open palms. This type of blow
was repeated throughout the for-
ty days of imprisonment. We
came lo realize that this blow
was an integral part of the per-
sonal training of the Egyptian
soldier:"
WHEN THEY reach the bank
of the Canal, the prisoners are
transferred tu a boat and
thoughts of humiliation again be-
set Dudi and torment him: "I
thought: Here I am crossing the
Canal. Egyptians are all around
me and I am their prisoner. Ev-
erything seems unreal, like a
nightmare."
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officer joins the prisoners cross-
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sand depression with several
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Epyptian officers. One of the of.
ficers issnes orders. A commando
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records their particulars on a
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in biOOd."
Again their hands are bound
and they are ordered on to a'
truck. The Egyptian officers who
had checked the soldiers
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the parking place of the truck
and the frenzied brutality begins
again. Dozens of soldiers attack
the prisoners, kick and beat, club
them with rifle hutts and spit
THE ARMED soldiers who
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are blindfolded and forcibly
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* Jewish fh>ridlian
Page 7-E
floor of the room. Somebod>
calls out the names of the pri
soners. Every response is follow-
ed by a blow and a cry of pain.
More blows and the crying voice
moves away. One by one, the
prisoners are taken out of the
room. Some cry out, while, others
absorb the blows silently: '"I was
ameng the latter," Dudi says.
"They talked to me with kicks."
"I GOT up. They asked my
name in English and pushed me
on. They beat me with their fists.
Outside, there were soldiers
waiting and they gave me some
hard cuffs on the back of my
neck. An unknown hand seized
my beard and pulled me, throw-
in,' me with a kick on the bun-
die of bodies. These were my
buddies lying on the floor of the
truck. One of them fainted and
somebody asked for help. Some-
body, apparently an Egyptian of-
ficer, replied in English: 'Shut
up! Anyone who talks will be
shot. We will untie your hands
in five minutes.' Egyptian sol-
diers jumped on the truck ond
closed the back door. The Egyp-
tian soldiers continued to tor-
ment us throughout the journey.
They stood up and stamped on
our bodies, cursed, beat and spit.
All the way. The Via Dolorosa
continued for two hours, and not
five minutes as promised by the
officer. The Egyptian soldiers
were wild with sadistic pleasure.
The more they stomped on us
and beat us. the greater the
exultation. The truck of prison-
ers entered the outskirts of
Cairo."
The truck stops and the hands
of the prisoners are untied. Dudi
overcomes the sharp pain in his
wrists and moves the blindfold a
bit to take a look around. The
prisoners suffer from thirst.
Somebody shouts: '.Maya, mays
(water)!' but the Egyptians re-
act with sneers.
Dudi reme'ibers a pictu'e
from the Six Pay War of an Is-
raeli soldier bending over an
Egyptian prisoner and offering
him a drink from his canteen.
One of the Egyptians seizes him
by the beard and drags him on.
Long-haired reservists are pulled
forward by their hair.
A LONG corridor lit by elec-
tric burbs. Prison cells on both
sides. Somebody passes and beats
the prisoners on their feet and
stomach with a cudgel. "They
called this place the interroga-
tion room. Every Israel prisoner
goes through it. Here we become
familiar with the sadistic torture
methods of the Egyptians. We
were still blindfolded and were
suffering horribly from thirst.
The Egyptians opened a faucet
and let the water flow noisily
for many hours, then they passed
one glass of water among the
prisoners and the moment you
put your lips to the brim of the
glass, you were in for blows and
kicks."
They spend three days and
nights in the interrogation of-
fice. One night, they are placed
along the walls and ordered to
raise their arms on the wall.
They are kept in this position
for hours. The moment a prison-
er lets his arms fall, he is cuffed
at the back of his neck.
"I gathered all my strength
and kept my arms on the wall.
As long as they were stretched
up, the Egyptians did not hit.
When I weakened and let my
arms drop I was clouted.
ONE OF the Egyptian soldiers
approaches Dudi who has his
back to the wall. He first places
a lit cigarette between his lips
and then puts it out in his arm-
pit.
During one of the intermis-
sions for sleeping, Dudi is awak-
ened by the screams of one of
the prisoners.
"This made a strong impres-
sion on me. I remember saying
to mys'-If: T shall overcome any
physical hardship. The m-a\r
thing is to return home'."
In the toilets, water flows
from the faucet to the sink. Dudi
asks to go to the toilet. He
shouts, 'toilet, toilet!' An Egyp-
tian soldier goes with him and
removes his blindfold. After re-
lieving himself, he dashes to the
sink, drinks some water and is
beaten.
"During the four days in this
prison, we were starved. Only
once did we receive a dry pitta
(flat bread), but we were not
tormented too much by hunger.
Only thirst was intolerable.
Whenever we went to the toilet,
we drank some water and receiv-
ed murderous blows. A blow per
sip. Still we are all ready to pay
this price to quench our thirst."
THE INTERROGATION be-
gins. Dudi is taken out and trans-
ferred, through the yard of the
building, to another room. The
blindfold is removed from his
eyes and he faces an investigator
and an interpreter.
The interpreter shouts: "You
are lying!" He summons a young
man of twenty or so in civilian
clothes a pair of jeans and a
pink shirt. The latter comes over.
Holding a cudgel in one hand,
he offers Dudi a pack of ciga-
rettes with the other and invites
him to take one. Dudi stretches
his hand and the cudgel falls on
his wrist.
The cudget and cigarette trick
is repeated for several minutes,
until the young man is satisfied
and the interpreter asks his two
questions again.
Dudi insists, "I don't know."
The investigator motions the
young man with the civilian
clothes and the latter begins to
wield his cudgel. Dudi collapses
on the floor, writhing in pain and
the cudgel falls brutally on all
parts of his body. The cudgel
holder beats, the interpreter asks
questions and the blows become
more frequent. Dudi feels faint.
When he is about to black out,
the investigator motions with his
hand and the blows cease. The
Continued on PaDe 8-
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Friday. April 5, 1974
1
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Continued from Page 7-K
investigator orders Dudi lifted
from the floor and the inter-
preter says. "We shall continue
to deal with you."
Dl'DI IS returned to the other
prisoners. He relates: "There
was an armoiman among us who
was taken prisoner and joined us
after the crossing of tne Canal.
He was questioned with a more
sophisticated method. His hands
were bound to his ankles with an
iron rod thrust between them
and he was rolled likt a lamb on
a spit and beaten with a cudgel,
rolled and beaten."
Dudi is brought back to that
same corridor. For several days,
he is in.able to lie on his back.
"Even so, I was an average sui-
te: er. In prison I saw backs,
swollen and filled with pus as a
result of beatings."
On the fifth day of their cap-
tivity, Dudi and his baddies a:e
transferred to a military prison
near Cairo, about nine miles
from the interrogation office.
Again, the transfer b:ings on
acts of cruelty brutal blows,
kick-, curses and beatings with
cudgels Tne p; ;soners are
thrown in'o solitary cols in ti:e
military prison. The bli tdfold
over their eyes is r .. '.. they
This Rock Seder at a JWB affiliated Jewish Community
Center is symbolic cf the numerous creative Jewish pro-
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out the year. Teen-agers at the JCC of Greater Washington
wrote the service and prepared the food for the Rock Seder.
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Phcne 576-1410
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-Jewisti flcrfcffan
Page 9-E
are handcuffed and a solid door
closes on them.
DUDI IS kept in the solitary
cell for a fortnight. The cell is
rectangular, with a high ceiling
and a small latticed opening in
it. The cell is completely bare
just a floor, walls, the iron door,
a plastic night pot and swarms
of flies* Dudi is surprised to dis-
cover an inscription in English
' across the iron door 'Moshe
Levi, August-September 1954...'
Dudi receives food three times
a day: potatoes or rice in a pitta
and water.
The Egyptian warder who
brought the food used to curse
and beat me. Later an, Egyptian
prisoners began to handle us.
Boatings between meals were re-
placed by flogging. Egyptian sol-
diers, equipped with whips,
would enter the cells at all
hours, day and night. It was
purely torture for the sake of
torture. The lasher would come
in, flog, and leave, until the next
quota of flogging. The screams
excited them and they would flog
harder and longer. I tried to pro-
tect the sensitive parts of my
body and withstand the pain
without shouting. The torture
continued. Also at night. At
night, they would wake us, take
us to the interrogation room and
there they would ask for our
names and begin to beat. I pre-
ferred the flogging to beatings.
Flogging was merely painful,
while beatings were stunning.
The interpreter sticks to the
prisoners throughout their Via
Dolorosa. "He did not beat us.
Still, I hated him more than the
sadists with their cudgels and
whips. He held 'political' talks
with us and delighted in depres-
sing us with laise information
about Israel's position in the war.
He told me that 2.400 Israelis
were imprisoned in Egypt and
that Israel was begging to return
to the June '67 borders, but this
time, it was the Egyptians who
did not agree because the time
had come to settle accounts with
Israel, this was a golden oppor-
tunity to finish with Israel once
and for all... ,v "
"HE ESPECIALLY took de-
light in 'comforting' us: 'You,
tne prisoners,' he used to say.
'have nothing to worry about.
You are in Egypt. You should
worry about those you left at
home .' He brainwashed me
and filled my head with disturb-
ing thoughts. I began to worry
about home."
Shlomo from Bat Yam, a tank-
ist in the reserves, was in the
adjoining solitary ceil. "I thought
of Grandmother and Aunt Hana
who were in separate cells in the
Budapest jail."
On the eve of their release
from imprisonment, when the
two met. Shlomo the tankist said
to Dudi: "I shall hever forget
you, Senesh. I thought I would
go out of my mind."
During the second week of
solitary confinement in the mi-
litary prison, an Egyptian pris-
oner comes in and shaves Dudi's
head and beard. Dudi believes
that the reason is "a desire to
humiliate the Israeli by placing
him on the same footing as crim-
inal prisoners."
SIIML'EL COHEN, Dudi's good
friend, is taken from the military
cell to the military hospital. The
reason for the transfer is un-
known. When they meet in the
prison yard. Cohen unfolds a
story of maltreatment and inter-
rogations punctuated with beast-
ly tortures.
At the end of their second
week in the military prison in
Cairo, the prisoners are taken
out of their solitary cells for a
washing parade, in the prison
yard. The washing installation
consists of a basin full of black
stinking sewage. The Egyptians
order the prisoners to undrest
and force them to bathe in this
filth. Simultaneously, the Egyp*
tian soldiers organize a show of
sadistic beating. "One of them
kicked me in the chest with all
his might. I fell on the ground
and he would not let me get up.
He kicked me on my chin, again
and again, until I blacked out.
He threw a bucket of water on
me and pushed me to the basin
of sewaee water ."
Next comes a spitting parade.
Dudi is blindfolded and taken out
for questioning and dozens of
soldiers move on and spit in his
face.
ON OCTOBER 24. the prison-
ers are removed from the soli-
Continued on Page 10-E




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Continued from Page 9-E
tary cells in the military prison.
They are handcuffed at the back
and ordered to- -bite -into each
other shirts. This way, they are
led, single file, to trucks which
will transfer them to the north-
ern wing of the military prison.
The Egyptians cheer at the sight
of the prisoners marching by,
each one biting the shirt of his
friend. They accompany them
with blows and kicks, shouting,
"Sons of bitches!"
IN THE cells of the new wing,
the prisoners exchange their Is-
rael Army uniforms for Egyp-
tian prisoner uniforms blue
pants and a gray shirt with a
black square printed at the back.
After three days of beatings and
maltreatment, they are moved
again. The prisoners leave the
military prison, ailer anting ivf
about half an hour through the
streets of Cairo.
In the civilian jail a huge
five-storied building the pris-
oners are kept in an open hall
for two hours with bent heads.
"Whenever I tried to stretch my-
self. I was beaten."
Finally, they are divided into
cells, no longer in solitary con-
finement. Dudi and the two tank-
ists, Sasson and Hada. share a
cell. The interior of the prison
could be seen through a peeping
hole in the door levels upon
levels joined by bridges and di-
vided into hundreds of cells.
There was an ear-splitting din
in the prison. Strident loudspeak-
ers transmitted the broadcasts of
Cairo radio to all wings of the
prison. Asked about the meaning
of this monotonous broadcast,
the warder explains: "This is our
soldiers' request program."
THE DOOR of the cell opens.
Waiders come in, remove the
blindfolds trom the prisoners'
eyes and, immediately, without
reason or pretext, give the guys
a sample of what awaits them
during the coming days of de-
tention. One of the warders Is
armed with his personal weapon
a whip. He begins the flogging
and his comrades join him with
stunning cuffs at the back of the
neck.
The whip accompanies every
prisoner going to the toilet and,
as these prisoners were Israelis,
they were not spared the rod.
"To go to the toilet was a real
ordeal. The warder followed you
in and did not stop whipping."
The prisoners receive one meal
a day, consisting of one course:
lentii soup or black-eyed peas,
three pittas and water.
The second series of intern*
gation begins. The method is dif-
leient: "They made us sit in a
sort of classroom with benches.
They distributed test question-
naires which included scores ut
basic questions, each one divided
into' three subquestions.
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DUDI recounts: "Questioning
went on for seven days. The
beating routine went on. They
continued to beat us with their
fists, to flog us and to spit on
us. We withstood this maltreat-
ment and held on. I began to
feel weak. I lost weight. Now I
know that I lost over twenty
pounds. 1 ached all over."
After seven days of question-
ing, the guys are again separated
and thrown into solitary cells.
The violent treatment of the
prisoners continues. When they
are transferred trom the civilian
jail to a military base in Cairo,
they are again thrown to the
floor, with Egyptian soldiers
trampling them, kicking bodies
and beating them with their rifle
butts.
In the military base, ten are
put into a room. The room has
a sink and a water faucet, soap
and five toilet seats. The sys-
tematic maltreatment, beating
and humiliation goes on until a
few days before the release when
a well-groomed and smiling of-
ficer appears and says in Eng-
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everything will be fine." For the
first time, an Egyptian doctor
appears and asks the prisoners
how they feel. Dudi shows the
doctor his bug-bitten skin. Egyp-
tian soldiers remove the mattres-
ses and spray the room with dis-
infectant.
One day, the Egyptians con-
vene 130 Israel prisoners in a
room in the base. An Egyptian
officer orders one of the prison-
ers to muster up the rest of
them. They receive clean uni-
forms and are transferred to the
lecture hall.
Soldiers come in with bunches
of flowers; reporters and pho-
tographers make their appear-
| ance. An Egyptian officer orders
them to be quiet and Ismael AM,
the Egyptian War Minister, en-
ters the hall: "I have come to
surprise you with good news."
jhe says. "In about a fortnight
[you will return home."
THE PRISONERS applaud and
{shout for joy. "We fell into each
other's arms, exchanged hugs
B.nd kisses and wept."
After his statement, the Min-
ister goes to Assaf Yagori, the
senior Israel prisoner, and ex-
|changes a few words with him.
This was on Friday, Novem-
ber 16th. On the same day, after
liirty-six days of physical and
nental hardship and anguish, a
cd Cross representative shows
lip for the first time. The Egyp-
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tians precede him and scatter in
the prisoners" rooms prools that
the articles of the Geneva Con-
vention are maintained: refresh-
ments, candy, cigarettes. The
Red Cross representative informs
the prisoners that, according to
the timetable for the exchange
of prisoner operation, the last
prisoner would go home within
six days.
"On the plane which took us
home, I looked in the mirror and
was frightened. A strange face
looked at me. I did not recognize
myself."
Neither did his brother Eytan
or his parents recognize their
usually robust Dudi. When the
door opened and the emaciated
figure of Dudi stood on the
threshold, they froze for a mo-
ment before clasping him in
their arms.
IN NO TIME the Sene?h home
filled with flowers. When the
last good-wisher departed, the
family convened and spent a
hair-raising sleepless night with
the son back from imprisonment.
Dudi unburdened himself. He
told them everything, about the
baseness of his captors, their
barbaric behavior and the un-
fathomable hatred expressed in
the cruel maltreatment of the Is-
rael prisoners.
The next day, Dudi went fo
have his hand examined; it had
lost its sense of touch a< a re-
sult of nerve damage. "I was
relatively lucky," Dudi says.
'inner prisoners returned w;th
broken arms and swollen cy< -
biows, and some did not come
back at all "
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Friday. April 5. 1974
Author's UJA Mission His Most Important
By DIANE N. LA WES
Jerusalem
MV^OU COULD call me a Flying
Mouth,"' quips the lean,
sweatered man sunk into a cush-
ioned sofa and surrounded by
paintings, artifacts, interesting
decor and a magnificent view of
Jerusalem's eastern slopes. The
setting matches the man.
He's Amos Elon Israeli au-
thor of the controversial "Found-
ers and Sons" and a man who's
just plowed through an intensive
U.S. speaking tour for UJA a
tour that crisscrossed him from
coast to coast for nearly four
weeks.
"I felt it was the most import-
ant thing I could do," he says, ex-
plaining he's past the age of
frontline military service. "1 was
in the states, screening a docu-
mentary I'd done for CBS-TV,
when the UJA's speaker's bureau
asked me to help raise emerg-
ency funds for Israel. I gladly
agreed, but warned that if they
didn't keep me busy all day, ev-
ery day, I'd go home.
"THEY TOOK me at my word
almost with a vengeance," he
smiled. "I sometimes spoke at
three different places a day, in
three different cities. I guess I
saw SO to 40 groupssome were
fuad-rauttiig organizations, hut
loajtf audiences were students on
campuses, which I liked best."
Recalling the trip brings an
eagerness to the voice of this
man who interrupted work on a
new book to discuss his UJA
tour. Though he approaches the
subject with lightness, he evi-
dently was quite moved by the
experience. With the interruption
of tea and juice, he eases into
a more contemplative mood.
"You know, I've never done
anything like this been a pro-
fessional speaker, a spokesman
for the cause. But I'm sorry I
didn't do it sooner," he says se-
riously. "I came away almost in
a coma not merely from physi-
cal fatigue, but from a deep emo-
tional experience that was most
gratifying.
"EVER SINCE I've been back,
I've told people here about it,"
he says in a rapid rush of words,
specifying local radio and TV
shows. "I really wish Americans
could realize what it means for
people here. Now, more than
ever before, Israelis feel alone
in the world. Telling of a tour
like this is the biggest thing I
can say. It confirms that we are
not alone. That we have a friend.
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from
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Lamp and Shade Center
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
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PHONE 2644)691
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Phone 691-1182
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Phone 931-1772
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2256 Coral Way Phone 856-6741
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14601 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Phone 949-2456
48 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs Phone 887-7354
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7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
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257 Miracle Mile 448-5113
Coral Gables
"The importance of this, in
terms of morale and not merely
money, cannot. .be emphasized
enough. I wish every UJA con-
tributor could see with his own
eyes, and as soon as possible,
what his emotional commitment
has done for this country. The
money is vital, but the feeling
behind it is not less important."
Throughout the U.S., Elon says.
he found "almost unbelievable"
examples of generosity. "There
were students everywhere
who gave to the extent of wiping
out their bank accounts," he re-
lates. "And others actually took
out new mortgages on their
homes, so they could up the
amount they'd already planned
to give double it or triple it,
even quadruple it. I was stun-
ned."
DESCRIBING MANY Zionist
and Jewish splinter groups he
knows about, Elon was very im-
pressed with the UJA student
organization, repeatedly com-
menting that it's extensive, ef-
ficient, smooth and cool.
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Emergency Fund was capable of
embracing huge crowds every-
where, and generating a fantas-
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though I always had thought stu-
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lay, April 5, 1974
+Jenisti Fhridicir
t its were reluctant to get in-
[lved in fund-raising," he says.
t this time, they instinctively
med to know it was no time
talk, but to act."
To Elon, a unique quality of
UJA student tour was the
able number of non-Jews in
audiences. "I think it's very
B*bah*-*opiries. "ft** a -rni-ng-
iny established Jewish audi-
oes haven't been able to do.
it this is a cause that should
ierest every man of good will
Jews, Gentiles, even heathens,
sheer madness to get locked
a traditional, minisculc
Id and restrict ourselves to
in to the already-convinced
pie."
VARIABLY, Arab studcnls
;e part of the non-Jewish audi-
'e clement, but this didn't
er Elon. "I found it much
Bcr to confront Arab hecklers
|r. trying to talk to the Amor-
students who support the
ib cause. American students'
{stions were full of abstract
used in such meaningless
s I felt they were misin-
ned people.
_ A'hat could I do, for example,
Bn one accused Israel of be-
imperialistic? As far as i can
I the only imperialistic ele-
Hnt in the Middle East situation
Hthe Soviet Union. Or when
^peone says Israel is capitalls-
I can only point to the Arab
^Hboycott which, in the past,
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It's matzoh-baking time for these youngsters at a JWB-
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JCCs and Ys are community-wide agencies to which per-
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JWB serves them through consultants, program aids, re-
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could only be labeled as monop-
oly capitalism. I did find it a btt
difficult to discuss the current
situation from any doctrinaire
level." he shrugs.
'On the other hand, it was
relatively easy even to reach
some rapport with the Arab stu-
dents. They talk in terms of Pal-
Continued on Page 14-E
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Continued from Page 13-E
e^tinian nationalism, and I sym-
pathize will) that. 1 in no pppon-
ent of Palestinian nationalism.
and 1 toured a.- an independent
Israeli." Pausing to consider,
Elon shift! deeper into cushions
and comments. -The conflict here
started between Arab and Jew.
and if it'll end. it'll end between
these two. as some form of com-
promise."
AS THIS fourth-generation Is-
raeli details his UJA tour, his
thinking reflects several spent! as
thinking reflects several years
spent as the Washington. DC.
correspondent of Haaretz, the Is-
raeli daily, plus some 10 years as
a dedicated opponent of assorted
stereotypes. His political commen-
tator background comes to the
fore when he notes a basic mis-
conception that cropped up sever-
al times during the exhausting,
speedy tour.
"Many people asked me wheth-
er the Day of Atonement War
would result in an end of mod-
erates and doves within Israeli
politics, and if this would be-
come a narrow-minded, milita-
rized, rig-ht-wing country. I al-
ways answered that the war
would strengthen our dovish
wing." he smiles. "Yet I never
imagined how true this predic-
tion was until recently, when I
riiicovertd the basic reaction
here was not a shift to the right,
but more rational and pragmatic
_ stipulating territorial agree-
ments as a way to peace."
OUTLINING HOW the Labor
Party. Israel's stiongest coalition
unit, has changed its election
platform since October, Eban
states: "I think it's a measure of
Israel's fortitude as a democratic
society thatdesipte such hair-
raising threats, such tremendous
dangers and an endless state of
emergency Israel has retained
all the qualities of an Athens,
while fighting like a Sparta.
"In our situation, one might
expect some sort of military
junta," he continues. "Yet here
we are, governed by a grand-
motherly, old Jewish lady. The
roots of this are much older and
deeper than Israel or Zionism
__they go back to the most tra-
ditional Jewish sensibilities. It's
a basic moral concept. Jews may
be an ungovernable people, but
they simply will not be fanati-
Cjze this nature. And this is what we
really share with the American
Jewish community."
ADDING THAT many Ameri-
can Jews seem to share Israel's
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Friday. April S, 19? 4
feeling of isolation in the world,
Elon points to the European re-
action during the past several
weeks: "Thirty years ago. they
sold us for soap, and now they're
prepared to sell us for oil. This
gets thiouijh to American Jews
-as it does to us, and explains the
sense of concern and solidarity
characteristic of the majority of
Jews everywhere."
Elon says this concern was evi-
dent in many of his U.S. sessions,
some of which he terms "almost
psychodramatic happenings,"
where people expressed over-
powering love for Israel.
"The big job now is to insure
that this emotional bond will not
be merely a war phenomenon."
he stresses. "This should teach
both American and Israeli Jews
that Israel must be a recipient
not only of money, but also of
advice. And I would hope that
American Jews would be gener-
ous in advice. Maybe, if we'd
listened to some of our Ameri-
can friends, we wouldn't be in
this situation now. They've a per-
spective which, in the heat of
battle, perhaps we overlook. I
don't know."
HE PAUSES, shifts his horn-
rims and continues.
"Today, this country is in a
mood of soul-searching, self-criti-
cism and redefining of policies,
which is something we can be
proud of. Yet it would be ludi-
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I Apri' 5. 1974
Jewlst mkrirpcif)
Page !5-E
for Israel to make firm
ons without letting Araer-
lews share in the process.
' think they are duty-bound
Wp. It must be a two-way
street After all, this is some- only. "Yes." he begins. "I learn-
thing[we're in together." ed something about myself. I've
Asked if he, personally, learn- always known I was an Israeli
ed anything special during the but now I've discovered I'm a
tour, Eion hesitates a moment Jew.''
ie Sacrificial Lamb Without Blemish
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
0TOEN THE Jews of antiquity
were admonished by the Al-
Pightv in ih,. dav, oi agony in
t, to select a lamb as a sac-
', I hoy were told quite dis-
ictly (Exodus): "Your lamb
be without blemish."
lamb without blemish, a
ng. And the lamb was to
lightered at twilight by "all
gate community of the
jiraelit'\.
COMi: WE now to -till another
Fassowr --non. ;,nd again there
is talk oi s\mb:i!ic sacrifice. But
tfre lamb it appears, is the State
Ot Israel it-< 11. Those who would
slaughter it are talking about
pullbacks and withdrawals from
#pcupjer| territories, and repatria-
tion for refugees through many
fears. This is not Biblical lan-
guage. But the lamb still holds
central stage. And a dismaying
part of wo; Id opinion has been
asserting that this lamb of a
ew-dav Passover season must
fce Israel itself, an Israel with-
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b*305 S.W. 41st STREET
264-9373
(Holiday Greetings To All
UNSHINE of MIAMlj
(CAP MANUFACTURING
MORRIS GOIDWAG
All Kinds of Caps for
Men, Women, Children
328 West Flagler Street
*Uami Ph. 371-4652
Jfc
GROVE
CLEANERS &
FURRIERS
3180 Commodore Plaza
Coconut Grove
Phone 446-0334
i-
Happy Passover To All.
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
CksiirF.nre Agency, Inc.
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone 374-8181
Holiday Greetings To -
The Jewish Community -
Fine Potato Chip Co.
#485 N.W. 65th St., Miami
691-0231
out blemish.
.Vow to be without blemish,
this sacrificial lamb, Israel, must
acknowledge that people, other
than Jews, have the right to oc-
cupy, possess, and govern that
section of Palestine now known
as Israel.
Lest her perfection be marred,
Israel and all who support her
must forget that part of history
reminding us that from 3.500
years before the Common Era
on up the ages, part of this land
has been occupied, often through
force of arms, by Babylonians.
Amorites. Phoenicians. Arabs.
Tu:ks. British, and French as
well as by Hebrews.
THE UNBLEMISHED lamb.
Israel, must continue to go it al-
most alone in the UN, that power
center, whichwith Russia and
the United States leading the
wayvoted Partition, so swiftly
accepted by the Jews and e\en
more swiftly opposed by Arab
forces. Israel, to continue to go
unblemished, must never edify
world opinion by pointing out
that prior to 1948, the last legal
government of the soil she now
occupies was Jewish government.
And again, Israel must neves-
curse the fate that sees her peo-
ple outnumbered 33 to 1 by
Arabs and sees her territory to
be only one one-hundred and
twenty-fifth the wide expanses
of Arab soil.
Israel, a valuable ally to Eng-
land in both world wars and to
both England and France during
the Sinai crisis oi 1956, must now
do nothing to alienate either
England or France while they
treat this sacrifice lamb not as
an ally but as a troublemaker.
To v.o unblemished, Israel must
Stand ready to service England.
Fiance, and surely Russia as a
late 20th Century Czechoslovakia.
ripe for the sacrifice of appease-
ment.
A FAULTLESS Israel must
learn to live with the canard
that she has never offered to
compensate Arab refugees for
land they abandoned 25 years
ago.
RAY SMITH
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
MR. and MRS. MOE LEVIN
wish tbeir relatives and friends a
Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ALFRED I. MOSS
AND FAMILY
Wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy Passover
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
STEPHEN KRAVITZ ALLEN SUPLER
AMBER OIL CORPORATION
1861 Bay Road, Miami Beach
Phone 538-4611
Health, Peace and Happiness for the Passover Season
PILGRIM'S
APPAREL FOR MEN & WOMEN
81 POMPANO FASHION SQUARE
7469 OADELAND MALL, MIAMI
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ALEX'S FOREIGN & DOMESTIC CAR SERVICE
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE-ACCESSOR'ES-TIRES-BATTERItb
1327 N.E. 125th Street (Rear) 891-7955
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DADELAND MEDICAL APOTHECARY
Dadeland Medical Bldg.
7400 North Kendall
Free Delivery
Drive
Phone 661-5309
A Harpy Passover To All .
PALMLAND STATIONERS, INC.
MURRAY FRANKLIN
Complete Office Supplies For Industry and Commerce
Office Machines Equipment and Printing
280 N.W. 73rd St., Mami 33150 Phone 754-3474
________________Free Delivery Service________________
A Happy Passover To All .
OWENS-ILLINOIS. INC
Manufacturer Corrugated Shipping Boxes
FOREST PRODUCTS DIVISION
1101 E. 33rd Street, Hialeah, Florida 33013
691-2121 HAROLD LEEN
J^)cst (AJishcs J"+* '"e
KjXolidoM >^ co sen to ^>^rll
\~sitr J-ricnas
FARM STORES
AUTOMOBILE LOANS
AS LOW AS 4V2/
MERCHANTS BANK OF MIAMI
950 RED ROAD (S W. 57h Ave. near the Trail)
TELEPHONE 266-1000
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
VAGABOND SPORTSWEAR, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF MISSY and JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR
3624 N.W. 41st Street, Miami, Florida
Telephone 6334047
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FARREY'S
SCHLAGE LOCKS
DECORATIVE HARDWARE
LIGHTOLIER LIGHTING FDCTURES
EST. 1925
7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE 754-5451
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Service First Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th AVE. 635-7507
Mr. Jim levensc-n
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
THE BERMAN and LEVITT FAMILIES OF
III-4.IC aim; food CO,
355 N.E. 71*t STREET MIAMI Ph. 758-0516
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM BEN KARP
OF
ACME INDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL, INC
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
555 W. 18th St., Hialeah Phone 885-4943
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
STATEWIDE SODDING & LANDSCAPING
BULLDOZER & WRECKING SERVICE
20103 N.W. 37th Avenue, Opa Locka 621-9394
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
HOME LIMBER & Industrial Supply Carp
1050 E. 25th Street, Hialeah, Florida
Phone 691-8515 HANK PENCHANSKY


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Passover Checklist

Well, it's almost that time
again! Yes, Passover is rapidly
approachingand with it a great
deal of shopping. It's the time of
year when family and friends
gather together in the home .
.and, if you're like most people,
you want everything to be "just
so."
To help you go about tying up
all the loose ends, we suggest
consulting our Special Passover
checklist appearing below.
PASSOVER SHOPPING
CHECKLIST
(First seder: April 6)
Traditional:
Yago Sant'gria Wine
Manischewitz Wine
Manischewitz Gefilte Fish
Manischewitz Matzos
Manischewitz Borscht & Soups
Manischewitz Cakes, Cookies &
Cake Mixes
Mother's Products
Rokeach Products
CofrVe & Tea:
Brim Coffee
Maxim Coffee
Maxwell House Coffee, Instant
& Regular
Max-Pax Coffee
Sanka Coffee, Instant, Regular
& Freeze Dried
Yuban Coffee, Instant &
Regular
Tetley Tea
Juices:
Mott's Apple Juice
Mott's AM
Sunsweet Prune Juice
Nuts & Dried Fruits:
Diamond Walnuts
Sunsweet Pitted Prunes
Sunsweet Prunes & Apricots
Sun-Maid Raisins
Baking, Cooking and Seasoning
Products:
Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt
Diamond Crystal Weather-
Pruf Salt
Domino Sugar
G. Washington's Seasoning &
Broth
Planters Oil
Wesson Oil
Sodas:
Cott Beverages
Canada Dry Beverages
Coca-Cola
Tab
Fresca
Dr. Pepper
Dairy Products:
Sealtest Dairy Products
Philadelphia Brand Cream
Cheese
Food Wraps:
Reynolds Wrap
Desserts:
Mott's Apple Sauce
Mott's Fruit Treats
Sunsweet Cooked Prunes
Household Products:
Aerowax
Ajax Liquid Cleaner
Easy-Off Household Cleaner
Easy-Off Oven Cleaner
Easy-Off Window Spray
Easy-On Speed Starch
Noxon Metal Polish
Sani-Flush
Wizard Deodorizers
Irving Jaffe (second from lett) received the State of Israel
Masada Award at the Sky Lake Country Club Israel Din-
ner of State Sunday, Mar. 17. Making the presentation
was entertainer Joey Adams who was special guest at the
annual Israel Bends event which honored Jaffe for his out-
standing efforts in fortifying the economic foundations of
Israel. With them are Mrs. Irving Jaffe and Herbert Henschel
(right), who served as dinner chairman.
At a recent fund-raising breakfast held by residents of
Lancelot Hall on behalf of the 1974 CJA-IBF, contributions
were more than double last year's. Mis. Edyth Geiger ad-
dressed the group on Israel today and the community's role
in meeting needs created bv the Yom Kippur War. Among
the guests demonstrating their solidarity with Jews in Israel
were (left to right); Mrs. Clare Wooli, Ed Sabath, chairman
for the event; Joe Cohen, cochaiiman, and Al Schwartz.
Making plans for the installation luncheon of Mount Sinai
Medical Center's Auxiliary are Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, (left)
cochairman; Mrs. William Shockett, vice president of mem-
bership, and Mrs. Yale Levinson, cochairman. The luncheon
May 3 at the Fountaineblecu Hotel will mark the 25th an-
niversary of the hospital's auxiliary.
Uewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, April 5, 1974
Section F
Anniversary of Stephen Wise
Recalls a Great Zionist
EDITOR'S NOTE: March 17
marked the 160th anniver-
sary of the birth of Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise, founder of
the American Jewish Con-
gress. In honor of the Wise
centennial, we offer here the
eloquent and moving eulogy
by the late David Petegorsky,
former executive director of
the Congress, at the funeral
service for Dr. Wise on April
22, 1949.
History win Inscribe Stephen
Wise among the truly great men
of our era. It will record that
he was a pioneer, a fearless
crusader in every worthwhile
field of social concern: in the
cause of justice and freedom for
all men and all peoples: for pub-
lic morality and social welfare;
for international peace and un-
derstanding.
It will tell that he was the
beloved and peerless leader of
his people who did as much as
any man of his time to right a
2.000 year wrong by reestablish-
ing the people of Israel in Israel
its homeland, and who did more
than any other man to forge the
unity of his fellow-Jews in their
hours of deepest distress.
HISTORY will ascribe monu-
mental achievements to his name,
the institutions and movements
he created and led. the multi-
tudes he moved and inspired, the
battles he magnificiently waged
and won. And, for all of this,
he will be remembered as a great
Jew, a great American, a great
liberal, a great humanitarianas
a giant among men.
But history is an adequate re-
corder only of impersonal events.
It is an extremely inadequate re-
corder of persons and human
beings. The impersonal records
of history will enshrine the ac-
complishments of Stephen Wise.
They will not enshrine the man.
LET L'S, therefore, while our
memories of him are still warm
and fresh and vibrant, seek to
encompass the man. Let us today
testify for the generations that
though Stephen Wise was great
as a humanitarian, his real great-
ness was as a human being. Let
us affirm for al! who will follow
that though he was a giant
among men, there was no greater
man among the giants.
Last year (1948). Dr. Wise
paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi
in words far more applicable, to
Dr. Wise himself than to any
other man of our time. He said
of Gandhi that he was great be-
cause he was "the man who dared
to be himself, a man who, being
utterly true to himself, became
one of the supreme figures of
a millcnium."
Superficially.much of the great-
ness of Stephen Wise may seem
to have been in the courage and
daring with which he fought on
behalf of so many ideals. Actual-
ly, his true greatness lay in hit
daring to be so supremely what
he was.
HE WAS A simple man. who
dared to remain simple in an age
which rewarded cunning and cold
calculation and deceit.
He was a man of profound
faith and piety; and he dared to
retain his faith in a world which
Continue-1 on Page i-V
PASSOVER
QueedNQS
To commemorate the enduring spirit of independence
CHASE
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CONVENIENT LOCATIONS SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
CfcDELAND, OPPOSITE DADELAND SHOPPING CENTER MIAMI SHORES, 9501 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
LINCOLN ROAD, ON THE MALL AT 1 ICO NORTH MIAMI BEACH, 163rd STREET SHOPPING CENTER
425 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD HALLANDALE, DIPLOMAT MALL
COLLINS AVENUE, AT 75th STREET PLANTATION. 6907 W. BROWARD BLVD.
SURf SIDE, 9564 HARDING AVENUE MARGATE, LAKEW00D MALL SHOPPING CENTER



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Joyous Passover Greetings
From
SOUTH FLORIDA
PIONEER WOMEN
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
Extends Best Wishes For Peace and Happiness
To All at This Passover Season
RABBI VICTOR D ZWELLING
CANTOR JACK LERNER PRESIOENT EDWARD GOLDBERG
1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami, Fla.
Phone 624-2621
A Happy Passover to the Member of
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
and to the entire Jewish Community
MR. SAM COHEN, PRESIDENT
DR. DAVID RAAB, RABBI MR. SAUL H. BREEH, CANTOR
1545 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
A Most Happy Passover to the Members of
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY CANTOR IAN ALPERN
1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL
OF
SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES
DOV BIDNICK and OFFICERS OF
Sky Lake Synagogue
Extend Wishes for a Happy Passover to All
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER
AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE
WISHES YOU A HAPPY PESACH
Dr. Charles R. Beber, President

THE RABBI, CANTOR, PRESIDENT, & BOARD OF
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION
EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS
Anniversary of Stephen Wise
Recalls a Great Zionist
Continued from Page 1 -F
mocked and seemed to disprove
of any faith.
He wu a man overflowing with
love; and he dared to continue to
love during a generation when
hate and prejudice and Ill-will
stalked the earth and crept into
the hearts of millions.
And. above all else, he was a
t. .-, and he dared to be a Jew.
a full Jew. a proud Jew. when so
many gifted Jews of his time
sought escape from their Jewish-
ness as an avenue to success and
happiness.
STEPHEN' WISE was a simple
man. His mind knew no cunning,
n o deviousness, n o ulterior
motives. Whenever he learned of
injustice or cruelty or wrong, he
knew simply that they had to
he challenged and uprooted. An 1
he toolTfti rftosl sttaighwoWard,
the most direct path to the ful-
fillment of that goal.
All the world recognized and
honored the integrity that came
from that basic simplicity. Thai
[g why, as in the case of the
Hebrew prophet Samuel, whose
name Stephen Samuel Wise bore:
"And all Israel, even from Dan
to Beersheba. knew that Samuel
could be fully trusted to be a
Prophet in Ihe service of the
Lord."
Because he was a simple, an
uncomplicated person, he gave all
of himself, and never less than
all of himself, to everything he
did. He withheld nothing of
himself in whatever he did
whether in -o historic an enter-
prise as building a Jewish State
&m
RABBI and MRS. MAYER ABRAM0WI17
and Ihe members of
TEMPLE MEN'ORAH
THE
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
The First the Largest Traditional
Synagogue on Miami Beach
301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Wishes To All Its Members, Worshippers and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. S. T. SWIRSKY, RABBI WM. G. MECHANIC. PRESIDENT
MAURICE MAMCHES, CANTOR DANIEL ROTH. TREASURER
ISAK GOTTLIEB, V'CE PRESIDENT
Ihe Officers, the Board of Directors,
the Staff, the Students and Affiliate Groups of
THl HEBREW ACADEMY
*
Extend a Happy Passover to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida
HAPPY PESACH TO ALL
M0LLIE KAHANER SISTERHOOD OF
BETH T0RAH CONGREGATION
1051 North Miami Beach Blvd., North Miami Beach
lOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Dr. Zalm.n Kosiowtky, Rabbi Dr. Norman Bloom, President
A Happy Passover To The Jewish Community
GEORGE GERSHWIN LODGE NO. 196
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
Job Placemen,. Career Plannmg Rehabil.tafion Work*
318 N.W. 25th Street, Miarrv. Florida 33127 P
Serving the community from adolescent to senior citizen
or in alleviating the pligli
a poverty-stricken person
turned to him for help.
And because his gifts of :.
of soul, of heart, of enei
articulation were so mate!
by giving all of himseU ai
time, he inevitably becan
l -i*ci. r among men in any es
with which he assoclaU '
BIT STEPHEN Wise
only a simple person. He n
man of profound faith and
He had a deep and unshal
belief in Cod, in moral va
in human beings. His convict
were rooted not in social the
or in political dogmas but .
abiding religious and sp;
faith. |
Out of the depths of that
came the irresistible force of h.3
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends a::i Clients
The
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
A Happv Passover To All...
MILLER' CUT-RATE DRUGS
You Novtr Pjy Moro When
You Shop at Miller j Drug Slott
PRESCRIPtlON SPECIALISTS
VlfAMIN HEADQUARTERS
DOWNTOWN
217 N.E. 1st mVENUE
371-6731 371-5862
Our Very Besf Wishes
For A Happy Holiday
To All. .
MARTHAS
Beauty Salon
1327 S.W 8th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1940
A Happy Passover To All.
ABBOTT
MILLS
3420 North West 7th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 649-3141
HOLIDAY GREETINOo
TROPICAL
PAPER BOX CO.
Manufacturers of
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
7tW0 X.W. 25th Strwt
Phone 592-5520
Miami, Florida
GREETINGS .
BILL TINDER
SOU PIOFtSSIONAL
Biltmorp Course
{Slant ay Appoinlntml
Complete lint of Coffin? [quip""'
1210 Anostosia Avi., Carol Gable*
Phono 448-4087


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Page 5-F
beliefs and convictions; the com-
pulsive power which impelled
him in every venture he under-
took; the indefinable but inescap-
able moral authority he exercised
over all who had contact with
him.
Adversity could not deter him.
The intense physical pain he en-
dured for years, vilifications, un-
popularity, political reversals
none of these could even mo-
mentarily halt him in his relent-
less quest for justice, for peace,
for freedom, for Zion. For his
were the faith and spirit of the
Hebrew Prophets of old whom,
more than anyone else, he re-
sembled, and by whom, more
than anyone else, he was in-
spired.
TO HIS simplicity and faith, he
added an overflowing love, an
abounding love for his people
Israel, his country America, his
family, his friends, his associates,
for ordinary and humble men
and women. This quality of love
which his family and his in-
timates knew so well is, as
much as anything, the key to
the understanding of his lilfe. He
loved his people and his country,
each of his fellow-Jews and his
fellow Americans and his fellow-
human beings so deeply that he
shared personally and intimately
the experiences in which they
partook
He shared their sufferings and
their anxieties he felt their
needs: he dreamed their dreams.
And because he was sharing, not
merely of intellectual or abstract
understanding, but love, his
efforts to ease their suffering, to
satisfy their needs, to give sub-
stance to their dreams, were suf-
fused with the passion of love.
He could brook no delay, nor
would he calculate any conse-
quences: personal or financial or
social or political.
AND THAT love which flowed
from him in turn evoked the af-
fection of millions the world over
in greater measure, certainly than
any other Jew, and probably, than
any other public figure, of our
time. During the war, in the
Jewish resistance movements in
Europe, the code word for the
United States was "Stephanie"
for to Jews fighting for freedom
Stephen could mean nothing else
but Rabbi Wise and the United
States.
Jewish soldiers and chaplains
have reported that when they
landed in remote corners of the
globe, when they reestablished
contact with Jews who had been
isolated for years under enemy
rule, the first question with
which they were greeted was, "Is
Stephen Wise still living?" And
the knowledge that he was still
with them brought to these Jews
relief and reassurance.
That sense of security which
they felt did not come from the
fact that the influnce of Dr. Wise
was so great. There have been
Jews of our day whose influence
in the councils of the mighty in
the political chambers of the
world, was far greater than his.
But the masses of Jews the world
over knew that there was no
other Jew whose devotion and
love for them was fullest assur-
ance that he would make their
problems his own, and that he
would toil restlessly and ceaso-
lessly for them.
IT WAS out of this abounding
love for the peoplenot the peo-
ple as an abstraction, but people
as human beingsthat he drew
his deep and abiding faith in
democracy. From the people he
drew warmth and inspiration
and strength, and he therefore
continually sought the people.
"I seek my brethren," was the
theme of his life. Thus he be-
came the articulator of the hopes
and desires and needs of millions
of people and thus he fulfilled in
such measure God's command to
Samuel: "And the Lord said un-
to Samuel, listen to the voice of
the people in all that they say
unto thee"
Above everything else, Stephen
Wise was supremely a Jew. And
being a Jew for Dr. Wise meant
not an "accident of birth," a
phrase he found so distasteful.
It meant being the proud heir
to 4,000 years of Jewish tradition,
of Jewish learning, of Jewish
achievement, of Jewish suffering,
of Jewish nobility, of Jewish
dreams. It meant being heir to
the teachings and ideals of Moses
and Isaiah and Amos and Rabbi
Akiba and Maimonides and Herzl.
AND JUST as he gave to every-
thing all of himself all of his
Continued on Page 11-F
*M;
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN, RABBI
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND JUDGE HERBERT S. SHAPIRO
Chairman of The Board President
HADASSAH
Extends to tht
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover To All...
THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Emanuel Menti, President
THE MIAMI CHAPTER
Mrs. Bernard Mandler
Passover Greetings From
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF MIRAMAR
6920 S.W. 35 St
Arnold Feiner, President
Abraham Koster, Cantor
A Happy Passover
from ^
SISTERHOOD
OF
TEMPLE NER TAMID
MIAMI BEACH
A Happy Pcssover To All
PAPA'S
SELTZER
(only Plastic Coated
Seltzer Bottles)
Free Home Delivery
2110 NW. 8th Avenue
Phone 3244330
A Happy Passover to the Entire Jewish Community From
THE WOMEN'S
AMERICAN 0RT
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA REGION
MRS. GERALD TRAKTMAN
Region President
MRS. SIDNEY KRONISH
Chairman Executive Committee
THE RABBJ, CANTOR, OFFICERS, and MEMBERS
THE ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Friends
For A Very Happy Passover
CHESTER LEITER ALBERT ZISMAN
President
Chairman of the Board
A Happy Passover To All.
ALHI SALES
COMPANY
Wholesale Distributors
2337 N.W. 8th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Phone 634-7261
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
To All Theii Members and friends
THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB
MAX GARSHAG, President
Women's League for Israel
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter
Extends Best Wis^f JJ) A# For A Happy and
Healthy Passover To Members and Friends________
ISRAEL HISTADRUT CAMPAIGN
ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Wishes Its Friends And Supporters
HAPPY PESACH AND SHALOM
Suite 388
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Tel: 531-8702
MORRIS NEWMARK, President
MOE LEVIN, Chairman of the Board
SIDNEY BOLOTIN, Co-Chairman
IRVING GORDON BEN ZION STEINBERG
Director Executive Director
Israel Histadrut Campaign Israel Histadrut Foundation
A Happy Passover To AH ..
RICHARD B. BERNDT
INSURANT
7211 S.W. 58TH AVE.
PHONE 661-4213
GREATER MIAMI SECTION
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137
Divisions Throughout Dade County
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
1051 INTERAMA BOULEVARD, NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
PHONE 947-7528
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION EXTENDS TO ITS
MEMBERS AND THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE FESTIVAL OF FREEDOM, A HAPPY PASSOVER.
A Happy Passover To All...
"MR. VETO"
275 East 10th Ave.. Hialeah
885-2547
BAY
CORAL
DEL PRADO
INDIAN-ISLANDS
KEY BISCAYNE
IAKES
LINCOLN
SHORES
SOUTH DADE
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM ,
TEMPLE BETH AM
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, D.H.I.
Associate Rabbi Barry Altman
William Sanes, President
DR. ABRAHAM WOLFSON AND THE
SPINOZA FORUM
Wish AH Jewry A Happy
and Enjoyable Passover
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ITS RABBIS, OFFICERS and MEMBERS
Extend to 'tie hwish Horidian and its hosts of readers
A Very Happy and Joyous Passover
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
DR. LEON KRONISH, Robb' JAMES S. KNOPKE, President
CHASE AVENUE AT 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
On the Festival of Freedom, Temple Beth Sholom
expresses the hope for freedom and peace for
our people everywhere.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CITY MEMORIAL AND MONUMENTS, INC.
7610 M.E. 2nd Ave., Mimml 739-1669


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*Jewist flcrkiiar
Friday. April 5, 1974
JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA
M. JAY BERLINER
DEPARTMENT OFFICERS
Harold C. Uhr, Sr. Vice Cmdr.
Howard Melinson, 1st Jr. Vic* Cmdr.
Arthur Skerry, 2nd Jr. Vice Cmdr.
Allan Krvogor, Judgt Advocate
Samuel D. Kety, Chief of Staff
Leon Silverman, Quartermaster
Irving Solomon, Chaplain
Marvin M. Duke, Adjutant
COMMANDER
NATIONAL OFFICERS
Ainslee R. Ferdie, Commander
Arthur Stlevan, Adjutant
Maurice Weinman, Cmdr.
4th Region
Michael Schechter, N.E.C.
Irvin Steinberg, N.E.C.
Loon Slachter, Chief of Staff
Best Wishes for a Joyous Passover Festival
Telephone 665-2534
A Happy Passover To All .
Farband L.Z.A. Chaim Weiteman
Branch 3/3
Chairman, Moe Levin
Chairman of Executive, Manny Burstein
Vice Chairman, Harry Kalisky
Secretary, Leon Rettig
THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
Southeast Region
wishes all of its Members and Friends
a Most Happy Pesach
2200 Park Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 531-1371
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Extends Best Wishes For
Peace and Happiness to All
at This Passover Season
2625 S.W. Third Avenue
7500 S.W. 120th Street
Best Wishes For A Happy Passover
from
Temple Sinai
North Dade's only Reform Congregation
RALPH P. KINGSIEY ,RV|NG SHULKESj
Rabbi
Cantor
Temple Judea
OF CORAL GABIES
Extends Wishes for a Happy Passover To All
TEMPLE ZAMORA
RABBI and MRS. MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy PASSOVER to trie
-Members and Officers of the Congregation
and its affiliated organizations and the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
JWVA Activities
For Coming Week
The following are the activities
for the week for the Department
of Florida. Jewish War Veterans
Ladies Auxiliaries.
Victor B. Kreedman 613: In-
stallation of officers for 1974 75
will take place Thursday. April
11 8 p.m. al the Home Federal
Bank Bid-. Fast Hallandalc
Blvd.. Hallandale.
Harry H. Cohen 723: A general
meeting will be held Wednesday
at the Surf side Community Cen-
ter. 94th St. and Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach.
South Dade 778: A regular
meeting will be held Monday at
the office of Leah Eisenman.
auxiliary president. Each Thurs-
day, during the month of April,
at Homestead Air Force Base.
Evelyn Clein and Charlotte Wid-
Lan are servicing the Noshery
Cart.
B'nai B'rith Women Meeting
Harmony Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will meet Tuesday
at 8 p.m. in the Jefferson Nation-
al Bank. 301 Arthur Godfrey Rd.,
Miami Beach. Councilman Philip
Sahl will be the guest speaker.
Refreshments will be served.
Chase Loan 4Good'
For Israel-Rocky
NEW YORK (JTA) David
Rockefell -r, chairman of Chase
Manhattan Bank, said hero that
the hanks decision to open
branch offices in Egypt and to
make an $80 million loan to help
build an Egyptian oil pipeline
Wat good for Israel and that the
[srael government recogniaed it.
Rockefeller said this was so
because the more President An-
war Sadat uses foreign invest-
ment to build his economy the
less likely is he to go to war
against Israel.
HE SAID. "No doubt the Is-
raelis recognize that Sadat is
changing the face of Egypt in a
very' significant way. a way that
is bound to be beneficial to them
in the long run."
Rockefeller, who visited Egypt
and Israel a week ago, said that
one way to encourage investment
is free trade zones, and that the
bank's function in them was "to
act as the bellwether, encourag-
ing others."
He said he wanted to test the
reactions in Israel "where we
have close ties'" He added that
American Red Magen David
(serving Israel's Red Cross agency)
wishes you and yours a
HAPPY PESACH
Florida State Headquarters at the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach
Tel: 532-6421
Samuel Reinhard, Chairman
David Coleman, President
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FA1RLANES FLORIDA
BOWLING, INC.
LOCATED THRUOUT DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
NICK & ARTHUR'S RESTAURANT
- Beautiful Food
jV Beautiful People
Beautiful Place
Overlooking Biscayne Bay
1601 79th Street Causeway
866-9759 Your Host Ernie Goodman
A HAPPY PXSBoTOR TO ALL .
MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY
Complete Sheet Music and Record Department
1229 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 672-7575
PROFESSIONAL ARTS PHARMACY
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
1150 NW. 14th Street
Phone 324-0803
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
HUNGRY HOUND RESTAURANT
12305 S. Dixie Highway, Miami 238-0392
John Davis Jr., Owner, manager
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CAR1B MOTEL
18975 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
hone 932-2000
Chase Manhattan has no branches
in Israel hut that Israel h.
.ought them.
IX RESPONSE to his f,
Rockefeller said, "two pror
members of the Israeli '_.
mem" indicated that Sadat's em-
phasis on economic develo
was 'very promising for tl
ture" because the more
concentrated on helping E
economy and restoring
along the Suez Canal. ".!
likely he is going to be to
to start war again and the:
they said, the more forei.
vestment that goes into Egypt,
the better we like it."
Rockefeller said Sadat
wants peace and wants to b. the
person who will have brought
Egypt back as a strong economic
entity."
Reporters noted that high-
placed Egyptian officials have
warned that if negotiations with
Israel bog down, Egypt will not
hesitate to renew the fighting,
and that during the 1969-70 war
of attrition and during the Yom
Kippur War. Egypt did not hesi-
tate to fight despite the de>t ruc-
tion of its investment in the
canal-side commercial centers.
ROCKEFELLER SAID that 'ob-
viously, there is always that kind
of a risk, but I think the point
the Israelis were making was that ,
if the Egyptians start rebuilding
the cities along the canal, and
they estimate this will co>t S7
they are going to risk again that
billion, it seems unlikely that
being destroyed."
Terrorists
Are Free
On Appeal
ROME (JTA) The three*
Arabs convicted on charges
planned to knock-down an Is-
raeli plane near the Ron-
port with a Soviet ground.
missile have been granted pro-
visional liberty by an Italian maf-
istrate pending appeal.
At the same time, the five ter-
rorists who killed 32 victims "
ing a fire bomb attack
Rome airport, as well a- sk; k-
ing a plane last December, were
flown to Cairo from Kuwait and
handed over to the Palestim Lib1
e:.it ion Organization.
THE ROME magistrate ordered
the release of the three terrorists.
after 60 million lire ($86,000)
was deposited as bail.
It was not indicated who had
provided the bail money. The
three terrorists, an Algerian, an
Iraqi and a Lebanese, were sen-
tenced to five years and wo
months in jail for illegal posses-
sion of arms with intent to com-
mit a massacre.
They were arrested last Sep-
tember after a police raided an
apartment in Ostia, near Rome,
and found them and two ground-
to-air missiles.
THE PLO has said it would try
the five terrorists by revolution-
ary court for carrying ut an jK
authorized operation" the lyJ
called "detrimental to the P"
estinian cause."
The five guerrillas, who have
not been identified, had been
held In- Kuwait since they sur-
rendered there after flying a Hi-
jacked Lufthansa jet from Rome-
Two Moroccan diplomats were
among the 32 killed in the fir*
bomb attack.
KUWAIT REFUSED to try the
men, and requests that Syria and
Iraq accept them for trial were
turned down bv those countries-
Egypt finally accepted theffl
last week. Political experts ex-
pressed doubt that the PLO wouio
punish the five terrorists.


'riday. April 5, 1974
+J**ishfk>rMkHi
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Wishin
a happy
Passover.
~-*~
*****
JEFFERSON
BA1MCQRP. IIMC.
Subsidiaries:
JEFFERSON CAPITAL CORPORATION coiaoii
301 Arthur Godfrey Road 331-WII
JEFftRSON NATIONAL BANKS:
MIAMI BEACH, with Tiust Dtptrtrnml 532-6451
301 Arthur Godfrey Road
SUNNY ISLES
290 Sunny Isles Boulevard 949-2121
KENDALL
9600 North Kendall Drive 274-8382
Members FOIC
SUPERMARKET
527 WASHINGTON AVE
M B FLORIDA
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Jo L/m** ^yVlanu j-riends and K*Hstomers
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Beau Rivage Hotel
9955 COUINS AVENUE
Sahara Motel
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
Chateau Motel
19115 COUINS AVENUE
A First Republic Corporation of America Enterprises
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CButdhJtms )
X- -^ 0F MF.WICA, INC ,
299 Alhambra Circle, Suite 510, Coral Gables
Phone 445-8881
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kessler
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
THE PRINCE MICHAEL HOTEL
2618 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-7321
Irving Krieger Louis BarbaneJI Harvey Chyke
A Happy Passover To All..,
FROM GEORGE MARGOUS
ROWE MOTEL
MOO COUINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
866-1616
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SHERMAN BAUMRIND & MILTON EHRENREICH
BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS.
WHITEHOUSE HOTEL*
1501 COUINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MQR-BLANi MNC.
(CAROLO BYCYCLE SHIRTS)
170 N.W. 24th Street 573-3811
CAROLO MORENO .President
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SI VICOUIIJKIC HOTEL
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-7511
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ,
SUNSET HOTEL
Telephone 531-0446
4025 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
A Happy Passover To All .
FROM THE...
BUTTER FAMILY
-JeHisiincrMtor
Friday. April 5, 1974
A JOYOUS PASS0\
May this Holiday of
Liberation and Freedom
Extend its Ancient
Promise and Hope
To All Men Everywhere!
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Sovereign Hotel
4385 Collins Avenue
Owner and Operated by the
SANDS FAMILY
TARLTON HOTEL
OCEAN AN6 25TH ST.
THE FAMILY JACOBS EXTENO TO ALL
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
rgy-
HOLiDAY GREETINGS FROM .
FOI \TAIMIi;All MOTEL
16001 COUINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
NICHOLAS APARTMENT HOTEL
9585 COUINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-8051
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CARILLON HOTEL
OCEANFRONT AT 68th STREET
MIAMI BEACh
Phone 865-7561
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Ill I \ISll. HOTEL
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAMILY
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
Phone 534-4665
3400 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings From-
MONTMARTRE HOTEL
4775 COUINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH 9314b*
Phone 532-1791 '
Mr. Hervey Weinberg
General. Manager
Seymour Dresner, Manager
';
A HAPPY PASSOVER
DRAKE
HOTEL
1460 OCEAN
MIAMI BEACH JE 1-6681
ft I
BEACON
HOTEL
720 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 531-5891
AVALON
HOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 534-4601


Friday. April 5. 1974
Kkn>isti fhrktiar
Page 9-F
VER TO ALL
** h | I i **
s the search for freedom is universal
A Happy Passover To All..
Tropics Hotel
1550 COLLINS AVE.. MB
let. C MRS. Al P06VIN
AMP fAMIir
_ best Wishes for
the Holidays
SAGAMORE HOTEL
1671 COLLINS AVE.
Mr. I Mrs. Jack Muravchick
A Happy Passover To All. .
SAVOY HOTEL
"Open Year Around"
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMELIKE
252 NW 2nd Street
Phone 374-3086
A Happy Passover To All
AIRLINER
MOTEL
Phone 871-2611
4155 N.W. 24th Street
Max and Morris Fisher
A Happy Passover To All.
MIDTOWN
PLAZA
HOTEL
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
A Happy Passover To All...
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
MOTOR LODGE
E. End of Airport x-wy
4000 Alton M
MIAMI BEACH
532-4411
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beech-JE f-762*
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
FONT AX A BOTEL
2642 Collins Avenue
EXTENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO All
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 944-0066
JMlhAc
jyjflyj
HOLIDAY GREETNGS
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. JeJeone Road Phone 871 -3230
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ,
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
UN 5-9881
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SHEPLEY HOTEL
1J40 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-6724
Our
I
Uety Jjesl Wishes
J-or <_J~tolictay *^ectsi
=on
from the Management t
and Staff
jQO
One Hundred Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida
The only Oceanfront
Hi-Rise Apartment on Lincoln Road
Alfred Stone, General Manager
We wish but friends and patrons the compliments
ef the season. May the coming year bring
you the success lor whi ch yea are
striving, the happiness yen
are craving, the good
health te enjoy
them both.
' -_ .
Festive Passover Greetings
To All
morioan
Oceanfront at 98th Street
A HAP>Y PASSOVER TO ALL .
COPACABANA HOTEL
3611 Collins Avenue
REVERE HOTEL
1100 Ocean Drive
AMSTERDAM PALACE
1116 Ocean Drive
FLAMBEAU APTS.
1126 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TWELVE CAESARS RESORT MOTEL
?449 Collins Avenue, Surfside, Florida 33154
Phone 865-3551
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GOLDEN STRAND HOTEL & VILLAS
17901 Collins Avenue, Miami Bea<
Phone 931-7000
HERTZBERG FAMILY
VICTOR HOTEL
1144 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0041
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restaurant, Bay Harbor
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.


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-Jentefiflcrtcmr
Friday. April 5, 197*
Soviet Police Smash Jewish Demonstration
NEW YORK (JTA, So-
Viet uniformed police, plain-
clothesmen and soldiers broke up
a planned hunger strike by four
Jews seeking exit visas in Kishi-
nev and arrested the participants
and two Jewish spectators, the
Student Struggle lor Soviet Jew-
ry reported.
A Happy Passover To All
f-^oincictna
Directly on the Ocean
at 16th Street
531-0011
line
538-7881
1685 Collins Avenuj
Paul Kasden Irving Goldberg
A Happy Passover To All...
NORMANDY PLA7A
HOTEL
6979 COLLINS AVE
866-2701
The SSSJ said the authorities
rushed into the central telegraph
office at Kishinev Friday night
two and a half hours after the
planned 48-hour demonstration
began. The six arrested Jews
were taken to the Kishinev police
station and then, to an unknown
destination, according to the
SSSJ.
THE FOUR hunger strikers,
Leonid Bendensky. Mark Abra-
movich, Sender Levinson and
Yakov Schartzman, all had
served in the Red Army and this,
the SSSJ said it learned, was
used as a reason for denying
them exit visas. In a letter to
Soviet President Nikolai Pod-
gorny and to the Piesident of
the Moldavian Republic, the four
Jews said the refusal because of
their military service was "arbi-
trariness" on the part of OVIR
personnal.
One of the two Jewish specta-
* tors arrested, Miron Doifman, re-
cently staged a marathon 23-day
hunger strike in an effort to ob-
tain an exit visa.
Meanwhile, Ida Nudel, 43, a
Jewish economist in Moscow, has
joined the 10-day-old hunger
strike of three other Jewish ac-
tivists in Moscow protesting the
denial oi exit visas.
ACCORDING to information
received here by the Greater
New Yoik Conference on Soviet
Jewry and the SSSJ, Ms. Nudel
has been the target of KGB (se-
cret police) harassment for sev-
eral months and has been threat-
ened with imprisonment for al-
leged alcoholism and prostitu-
tion.
In a statement addressed to
women all over the world, she
noted that an exit visa cost 900
rubles in Russian currency.
"But no one has so far esti-
mated the price that one has to
pay in human suffering for the
privilege of being able to obtain
this tiny scrap of paper."
She said that she had applied
for a visa to go to Israel 2 M
years ago.
"IT IS difficult to describe all
the hardships and humiliations
I have had to endure during these
years as a consequence of the
simple expression of my will,"
she said.
Ms. Nudel is staging her hun-
ger strike in her apartment in
solidarity with David Azbel,
Vitaly Rubin and Vladimir Galat-
sky. The three are staging their
action in Azbel's Moscow apart-
ment.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GALE
HOTEL
1690 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone 531-6861
Holiday Greetings To All
e
PHONE 7544271
OZiebart
aX^y to*0 Trw* Rustjiroofing
250 N E 6IST STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33137
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
We offer UNLIMITED MILEAGE
We give S&H GREEN STAMPS
We honor all major credit cards
We feature General Motors cars
GATEWAY FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS
3055 E. 11th AVENUE
HIALEAH 33013
HARRY PACKMAN President
FRANSISCA (ARCHIE) ELLIS
Extend Best Wishes to All
For Passover
Holiday Greetings To All
MocVICARWELLS INC.
3445 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 573-5414
A Happy Passover To All..
HAROLD & BOB GRUDER
of the
MONACO
MOTEL
17501 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 947-3417
Happy Holiday Greetings
SAC
Construction
Marvin Sheldon
Stanley Cohen
Phono 667-8866
9501 SO DIXIE HWY.
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 1

*
^/4 TICO'S CREATIONS INC.
1084 EAST 47th STREET
HIALEAH 33013
4JJ
HIALEAH MACHINERY MART
2280 W. 8th COURT
HIALEAH 33010
As the story of the Ixodus
Is once, again relofd,
~Mayyou and yours
share affrhejo/s
That "Passover can hoPd.
FLAMINGO LUMBER CO. INC
1054 E. 29th STREET
HIALEAH 33013


Friday, April 5, 1974
1Jen 1st FJhrldlan
Page 11-F
Anniversary of Stephen Wise
Continued from Page 5-F
abilities and a!l of his faith and
all of his loveso he gave to
everything he touched all of hi;
Jewishness, all 4.000 vjjgrs^p.f, his
Jewishness. He sougnt to give
living expression to those teach-
to compensate for all the
sufferings; to help fulfill all the
dreams.
His Jewishness was the oldest
and most Integral Dart of himself
In giving himself to whatever he
did. TlT- gRVcand had to give-
all of his Jewishness. Thus he lv-.
came for the world the supreme
and noble symbol of Jews and
Jewishness.
Out of that Jewishness there
came his uplifting and ennobling
dignity, his fierce pride. For as
the inheritor of the tradition of
prophets and princes, of scholars
and saints, there was no one.
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etc. In exchange for care of
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however exalted, before whom he
need cringe; no one, however
mighty, to whom ho need apolo-
gize. Thus he taught an entire
generation of Jews to walk proud-
ly and .with .dignity, to ct With
firmness in the right.
THIS, by daring to be so
supremely what he was-a simple
man. a man of faith, a man of
love, a Jewhe became one of
the great of this earth. Thus he
wrought so much and wrought so
enduiingly. And thus, as be
greater, so grew the affection in
which millions held him.
The Bible tells of the Patriarch
Abraham that "Abraham died in
a good old age. old and full of
years, and was gathered unto his
people." Stephen Wise, who has
passed away with a fullness of
years, fullness in time and
achievement Riven to so few. had
been gathered unto his people,
unto the hearts of all people,
long before this day.
And long after his passing,
men and womenthe great and
humble, colored and white. Jew
and Gentile, here, in Israel, in
all landswill continue to gath-
er him unto their hearts: to bless
his name and his works; to be
inspired by his example.
!*
^~r PRINCE HAMLET INC.
8301 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami 33138
We Will Close the First Seder Wight
Happy Passover
To All .
ts
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS
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830 Brickell Avenue, Miami; 400 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah;
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Avenue, Mami; State Road 7 at N.W. 14th Street, Lauder-
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Pines; 13710 S.W. 84th Street, Miami; 2209 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach.
STEPHEN WISE
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ...
MO\DEX. INC.
i<
A Happy Passover To All Our Friends
PAULINE & KAHMAN FRIEDBERG
501 S.W. 21st Road, Miami, Fla. 33129
A Happy Holiday To Our Friends and Customers
SEE OUR
BATH BOUTIQUE AND SHOWROOM
PHONE 443-1596
AT
4119 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Best Wishes
for a
Joyful ami
Peaceful
Pesach
men hdd jn
DINOS BOUTIQUE INC
4000 N.W. 36th AVENUE
MIAMI 33142


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-Jenisti ftcridKan
Friday. April 5, >S?4
A Happy Passover To All .
R/H ASSOCIATES
Executive Personnel Recruiters
Other Services: Secrtarial and Administrative Help
Temporary Office Help (Terry Girls)
16499 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach
949-3167 HERB GOULDEN
A Happy Passover To All .
DORISSA of MIAMI
Manufacturer of distinctive girl's dresses for ages 2 to 12
These are high styled special occasion dresses sold
and distributed all over the world
Open Daily 9 to 2 P.M. Bernard E. Selevan
2775 North Miami Avenue 573-3600
Israeli soldiers pass the ammunition to load up a tank.
*tf
&*r <-Siappu ^assovcr Jo ^z/4ll
"War
Continued from Page 4-D
moans must be employed in order
to restore the soldier to normal
life. This does not mean bodily
blows but rather a determined
attempt to draw the young man
out of the narrow family confines
and to reintegrate him in society.
ONE OF the complicated prob-
lems confronting the volunteei
social workers and psychologist
is the attempt by some families
to keep all the mourning to them-
selves, and to hold a kind of
competition to see which one of
the family is most stricken. A
hidden competition sets in be-
tween the wife and the parents,
or between one parent and anoth-
er. In many telephone appeals,
mothers wanted to know what to
do with the broken and disheart-
ened father of the family, and
there have been opposite cases,
cf fathers and husbands worry-
ing about their wives.
In one such case, a young wom-
an phoned Tel Aviv University
and asked one of the workers to
visit her. After a long talk, the
young woman said: "They kept
talking to me all the time, and
they said: 'Look, you're a young
woman, you'll get married again,
but for us, our son is gone and
will never come back.' Or the
brother would say: 'For you it's
no great tragedy, but he was my
brother and no one can take his
place.' I began feeling that they
were really suffering more than
I was, and that I really had no
right to suffer. I kept apart and
didn't cry I just watched them
crying and telling about their
son. They didn't let me open my
mouth. I began to feel superflu-
ous, and I thought that perhaps it
was more difficult for them than
for me. I didn't know what to do.
When I tried to say something,
they would wave me away and
say: 'Never mind, never mind,
you'll get along.' But what are
we to do? At times they would
talk in their native language, so
that I shouldn't understand. The
whole familv was in my home,
but I was not wanted.
A TEL Aviv University psy-
chologist say-,: "The family tried
to keep the grief all to itself and
made it seem that the young girl
had nothir ro mourn, since her
future seemed to be assured. It
was only wti >n -'le was with me
that she first bant into tears. I
explained to her that it was for-
bidden for her to enter into a
grief com., tition with the fam-
ily. Fr.r there is no measur- I
ine ror' -he had been /.
on the defensive all along and
felt herself rejected, as if this
mourning was not hers. Instead
of getting out from under the
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lire, she went into deeper
fl calamity and really did
fet to feel genuine grief.
[the time she was in this
Ljtion with the parents, and
Us nurturing guilt feelings
would tend to inhibit her
life. I think that it was
Eg she talked with me that
|, in mourning, and this
ivell have been the only :j
. that this young woman
unburdened herself of her
These things have to come
j-hey must not be kept in-
I If she had not unburdened
I;f. she would keep within
I feeling! that might keep
tyvm remanding, as if she
|,aving that she didn't mourn
l;ni. and how could she dare
I pany with other young
kere are opposite case, of
wives being strangled
love, so that actually the en-
I n of grief is transfer-
n. This is an unbear-
able burden. Here, too, guilt feel-
ings can be easily engendered.
Mothers telephoned me about the
fathers being in a severe state of
depres:ion and what could be
done about it. Grief must be
shared equally if it is at all
possible to talk here about equal-
ity. Everyone is a partner in the
grief. The burden *nust be re-
moved from the person where
it accumulates, and no one should
be comforted at the expense of
another.
"THE MOST difficult problem
I have met is how mothers can
cope with the innocent questions
posed by their children. Well, if
Daddy is dead, then what should
we do? If he's up in the sky. how
come he doesn't fall down? How
did he get there anyway0 Can he
come back from the sky? I be-
lieve that we must not hold back
an answer, even if there isn't a
good general answer. You have
to try to voice the truth. Then
there is another approach, the
one that says: 'Well, they don't
understand it yet.' The child has
lost one parent, and the lie makes
him lose the second. There is a
breakdown of trust. The child
must have an address to which
he may put his questions and re-
ceive honest answers. The criti-
cal age is from three to six,
"I think at this stage mothers
should be asked to get in touch
with us at the university, if they
have problems with the children,
since lies or the withholding of
the truth can cause severe men-
tal problems. It is also important.
obviously, how and when this is
t i be told to a child. He should
not be approached when he comes
bid: from school or is playing
with friends. A proper time must
be found to tell him. forthrightly,
what has happened to his daddy.
This is an i
ment."
Severe problems were also dis-
covered in the schools Many
teacher, wore helpless as they
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V esponsibie for the refu
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the Arab .
d the Arabs to leave
I
HE TRUTH is that Amer-
Jews must support Israel
| only because that land i?
fur the Jews but because
good for America. Israel
resents the cause of demoe-
When American diplo-
fail to give full support
Israel they not only encour-
terrorism: they weaker.
lc of democracy,
the truth is that modern man
.ill not accustomed to the
breed of Jew in Israel. As
Ba Eban and others have
1 world clings to the
I : the obsequious Jew
fears to hit back.
truth is that Israel ha-s
he target of unjustified
Bnj onlj because she is
Larger nations can en
I in aggression and the
II looks the other way
n America does this uhe
ray- her soul.
THE TRl'TH is that even
ite" Arab leaders have
yet brought themselves to
that they will accept
at hrael IS. Only the
febined pressure of the big
listening to what is
their consciences, and
strength of Israel to sur-
will bring Arab leade <
the realization that they
I* abstain from their de-
to annihilate the Jewish
public.
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We have earned the right
ibserve the meaningful fes-
tal of Passover. But we must
It "pass over" our responsi-
Ities to keep the spirit of
precious holiday alive
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ral link-up with the process
Id procession of bringing
jth and freedom to the entite
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have answers to these questions
either and the teachers had to
fall back on the telephone num-
bers published in the newspapers.
Substitute teachers were not
properly prepared, and they
wanted to know how to behave
in a classroom where the regular
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