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Combining THE JEWISH UN/TIT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 48 Number 13
Miami, Florida Friday, March 28, 1975
Eight Sections
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PASSOVER AND FREEDOM: The right to Live Where You Want To. (Page 1-D).
'SAD DAY FOR AMERICA'
Shuttle Halts;
Geneva Seen
Next Stop
Sadat Vows 'Jihad' 8-A; 'Nothing Punitive" 13-A
JERUSALEM Israel is reacting sharply to the mount-
ing world criticism directed against her for the failure of
Dr. Henry Kissinger's step-by-step diplomacy.
Increasingly, officials here are noting with anger that
blame is being focused on the Israel government for failing
to be more accommodating to Egypt's demands for an un-
conditional Israeli withdrawal from the Sinai.
DR. KISSINGER returned to Washington Sunday night
after more than two weeks of flying between Jerusalem and
Cairo, and Jerusalem and Damascus in an effort to achieve
a second-stage withdrawal.
In a tear-choked voice, the U.S. Secretary of State
declared here prior to his departure that "new forums"
would have to be sought for further efforts toward peace
in the Middle East.
There is no doubt that by "new forums," Dr. Kissinger
meant a resumption of the Geneva conference, where the
Soviet Union would now occupy a co-chairman's role along
with the United States.
And where other Arab demands would be raised, such
as:
Syria's insistence that Israel vacate the Golan
Heights entirely;
Recognition of the Palestine Liberation Organization
as the sole spokesman for a new nation to be composed of
the Jordanian West Bank and Gaza;
Minimally, the internationalization of Jerusalem
without any Israeli hegemony over any part of the city;
Total Israeli withdrawal to her pre-1948 borders.
IN HIS roundrobin shuttle, Dr. Kissinger had hoped to
avoid discussing any of these issues at this time, and merely
to focus on establishing some relationship between Israel
and Egypt based on an Israeli withdrawal from Gidi and
Mitla, as well as from the Abu Rodeis oil fields.
Further, Dr. Kissinger must now reckon with an en-
hanced Soviet presence in the negotiations at Geneva.
THE SECRETARY of State this week steered clear of
assigning any blame for the collapse of his shuttle, but it is
obvious that he has told President Ford that Israel took a
"stubborn" position in refusing to evacuate Gidi, Mitla and
Abu Rodeis without some political guarantee from Egypt's
Continued on Page 10A
SPECIAL MEASURE OF INSIGHT INTO FESTIVAL
Passover Message from CJA: Time for Help
This week, as we celebrate Passover, each of us
can pain a special measure of insight into this festival
and, in fact, into the entire meaning of our Jewishness
today.
The Jewish people's exodus from Egypt h 35 cen-
turies past, yet the achievement of freedom from op-
pression is still important to remember.
FOR PASSOVER is a time to remember, not only
the Passover story which we relive through the Hag-
gadah. but also to remember the thousands of years
and great events in Jewish history since Moses first
led our people to the promised land.
The growth of a Jewi.-:h culture in ancient Palestine.
Followed by destruction, dispersion, exile.
The rebirth of Jewish art, philosophy and science
ARK1N
SMITH
in the Middle Ages. And the tragedy of Inquisition.
The flourishing Jewish communities of Europe and
the New World. And then the ghettos, the pogroms,
and the ultimate horror the Holocaust.
VET PASSOVER offers the Jewish people even
more to remembermore to hope, and more to fear:
Twenty seven years of life for the modern State
of Israel. The remembrance of millions of Jewish
lives saved and given hope by Israeland the remem-
brance of four Moody wars fought by Israel for her
own existence.
As Jews in 1975, we hope that Israel's brave people
have shed enough blood, and that Israel can be al-
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Friday, March 28, 1975
Anti-Boycott Measures Scored
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) Deputy Secretary of State
Robert ;>. ingersoll has scored "most" actempts in Congress
to advance new legislation to curb Arab boycotts and black-
listing of American businesses linked to Israel or with the
American Jewish community.
In an address before the Southern Council in Atlanta
on the theme of "economic interdependence," Ingersoll,
who is in charge of the State Department while Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger is abroad, said, "We are op-
posed to legislative initiatives that would make it more
difficult for other nations to invest responsibly in the United
States."
INGERSOLL OBSERVED that
"our traditional support for
freedom of international invest-
ment flows must be responsive to
the new situation created by the
large capital accumulations in the
hands of a few oil producing
countries."
But he warned that "we must
improve our capacity to monitor
capital flows, enforce laws de-
sipned to protect our vital na-
tional industries and safeguard
against abuses such as the use of
investments for political pur-
poses."
The State Department official
contended, however, that "Most
of the proposed legislation deal-
ing with foreign investment goes
beyond what is necessary to safe-
guard our national interests.
Proposals such as the Williams
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IN A related development. Sen.
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di Arabian-U.S. agreement by
which the American government
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"The conclusion of this agree-
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Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee of continued participation
of the government of Saudi
Arabia in the Arab blacklist pol-
icy." Kennedy wrote Staats.
"IT IS my opinion that this
agreement, therefore, plainly vi-
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Foreign Assistance Act and outs
the government of the United
States in a position of implicitly
acquiescing, approving and par-
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"It means that the United
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Chase Bank Vows to Co ntinue Present Policy
NEW YORK (JTA) David
Rockefeller, board chairman and
chief executive officer of the
Chase Manhattan Bank, said here
that "in support of current ef-
forts to establish a lasting peace
in the Middle East, we intend to-
continue our normal banking op-
erations under standard banking
practices with all concerned1' be-
cause "we do not think that any
good purpose would be served,
public or private, by modifying
this traditional policy."
Rockefeller issued the state-
ment in response to what he
termed "the painful irony of the
bank's situation" with regard to
its role in the Middle East.
To "illustrate" he mentioned
a CBS broadcast editorial alleging
that Chase Manhattan "has bowed
to an Arab boycott by refusing
to open an office in Israel."
AT THE same time, the news-
paper Xewsday reported today
that Chase Manhattan faces boy-
cott proceedings by the Arab
League.
Stating that his bank serves
countries in all parts of the world
Sapir Sees Large-Scale
Aliya in Years Ahead
JERUSALEM(JTA)Pinhas
Sapir predicted that there would
be large-scale aliya from the
West, especially the United
States, but at the same time re-
ported a decline in immigration
of Soviet Jews.
The chairman of the World
Zionist Organization and Jewish
Agency Executives expressed
these views in response to a se-
ries of questions submitted to him
by the Seven Arts Feature Syn
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SAPIR STATED that emigra-
tion from the USSR had declined
in 1974 and the figures for Janu
ary and February of this year
showed a further drop.
The reasons for the drop, he
noted, are that Soviet policy has
become harsher toward prospec-
tive emigrants and the Soviet re-
jection of the trade pact with the
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"We must now intensify the
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Friday, March 28, 197s
Passover Hopes, 1975
Passover suggests deliverance and peace. But there
is no deliverance from today's assault upon Israel by
Egypt and her Arab confederates.
And the hope for peace in the Middle East is tenu-
ous indeed.
This year, at the Seder table, the youngest as
throughout our history asks the four questions; and
the story of the Exodus as set forth in the Haggadah
constitutes the replies to the questions.
In this sense, Passover is an historic experience
for us in which we participate in the ongoing hope
of Jewish deliverance from the assault upon our reli-
gion, our customs, our traditions.
The Exodus from Egypt described in the Haggadah
is a surrogate for our hopes in our own time.
Exodus is Symbolic
As for peace. What can be said, other than that
nations have an inherent right to exist?
There is no nation we know of whose sovereignty
and right to security go unrecognized. That includes
South Vietnam and Cambodia, whose destinies so many
observers are attempting to link to Israel's today in the
context of U.S. foreign aid to the beleaguered.
But even in South Vietnam and Cambodia, the
question is under whose sovereignty they shall be con-
stituted as a nation, not whether they are entitled to
sovereignty.
Only Israel, a nation created by the world commu-
nity of nations, is denied that right.
And so this Passover, like so many Passovers in
the past, reaffirms the Jewish historicity but in a
world threatened with war and in which the Jewish
Exodus from travail remains more symbolic than
realized.
Now Comes the Kremlin
The Henry Kissinger shuttle has ground to a halt.
The cold and angry mutterings emanating from
Washington, the tears Dr. Kissinger is supposed to have
shed when he came to realize that the ride was over,
all seem to be directed against Israel.
If only Israel had been willing to commit suicide,
then there would be peace.
Somehow, we are reminded of Munich, 1938. If only
Czechoslovakia would commit suicide, there would be
peace.
Well, Czechoslovakia did commit suicide. (Foreign
Minister Jan Masaryk, in fact, literally did.) But there
was no peace. History reminds us that war came to the
European betrayers of Czechoslovakia exactly one year
later.
v% 9% H
Failure in Recognition
What President Ford fails to realize, what Dr. Kis-
singer refused to anticipate, was this very impasse at
the moment in October, 1973, when the administration
forced Israel to turn its brilliant victory into a stunning
defeat.
When the administration demanded that Israel feed,
water, medicate and coddle Egypt's defeated, surround-
ed Third Army instead of demanding that a defeated
Egypt sit down at the peace table with the victors and
talk of the future, the administration assured this very
moment that brought tears to Dr. Kissinger's eyes Sun-
day night.
The administration, when it worried about another
Arab humiliation and gave the Arabs the propagandistic
capacity to trumpet their "victory," did the Kremlin's
work.
And so now, the Kremlin is needed to help complete
that work. That is what Geneva will be all about.
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COMMENT
Volume 48
Friday, March 28, 1975
Number 13
16" NISAN 5735
It's always in'riguing to dis-
cover what causes excitement
among that small group of Jew-
ish right-wing intellectuals who
and this is only an assumption
are not quits bright enough :o
be published in "Commentary."
Rabbi Bariich Korff, of course,
has cornered r.ie m?rket on Nix-
on aooiogetics and that has left
a number of his collea?u?s tem-
porarily inarticulate. But ne
would assume that there are any
number of valid Jewish cau:es
within the right wing tradition
thai, these days, might even
catch the sympath 't:c notice of
those of us who would otherwise
pay little attention to the modern
men who so often sound as if
thev are to the riht of Barry
Gold water (remember, he ha;
Jewish ancestry).
THERE'S the Arab boycott as
an instance. Surely this flies in
the face of everything a free-
enteroriser holds dear, is a real
threat to Jewi-h business exis-
tence and an even greater threat
to our American svstem. if not
ultimately our freedoms.
The wisdom, if not the wit. of
Seymour Siegel, Will Herb-Tg.
Jakob Petuchowski. Jacob Neus-
nr. et al.. could make a sienifi-
cant contribution to a counter-
attack which finds most American
Jewry a'lied, regardless of no-
UUeal persuasion. Silence on the
right.
NO ONE mistakes "! o""
with a name like Daniel Patrick
Moynihan as a Jew even though
"Commentary" publish^ most ol
his important articles. How much
in keeping with their own thl"r.
ingand strangely en:ugh .
most other American Jews who
would blush with shame to be
thought thinking like the folks
from "Ideas"is Moynihan's re-
cent pungent statements on the
UN. "It is time for the Unil I
States to go into the United Na-
tions ard everv other interns
tional forum and start rai-ing
he 1." he told a New York Time;
interviewer.
Moynihan pointed out how hu-
man rights i sues had benn oer-
verted by Communi-t and Arab
nations and suggested there is
"something profound y wrong"
in the fact that the United States
was alone in voting against a
resolution by the Human Rights
Commission ensuring Israel fr
alleged mistreatment of Arab
prisoners.
AND l!F. \y.i\ jom? 'trong com-
ments about the election of Al
geria's Foreign Mini'tar to r-e-
aide over the Gnne->1 Assembly
last vear whm 'riht was Invit-
ed and greted. Strong Amercan-
IsiO strop' Twis-'i o-i'ntation
an ideal combinat:on for t^e mag-
atine 'Idea") which claims to
be 1 journal 0f contemporary
Jewish thought.
Another natural, it would -eni
to me. is the developing anti-Is-
rael bias of so manv liberal
columnists and the med;a inueh
of it. in conservative minds, sup-
posedly leaning to the left.
From the right might be com-
ing the thunder that a lot of us
would listen to for a change, no
mitter that the direction is sus
pect.
P.UT yr>: u the thfn: IHion
0t thp Serin*; 1975 "l<"
I haye ju=t read is what
h EDWARD < OWD
*',... .
that magazine is all abou-
it is little wonder the rig.
lit'I landing in the Jew
munity.
"What are "Is-ues for
70s?" Well, the cover describes
it as "! iberty and Labor ii
Jewish Tradition.' an article by
Prof. Michael Kogan iwho ii
--.i).-in ci.ief) and an introduc-
i')n bv rUobi Pe'.uchowsk:
To emphasize the impor
of "he ?iece. there is a card in-
serted which one is to return to
f" ';torsigned stating. "I
a'ree with Prof. Kogan and Rab-
bi Petuchowski that no citizen
shou'd be forced into an unwar.t-
ed labor union, or other pr
organization, in order to earn a
nving."
T'aafs it With Torah and Tal-
mud at hand to Quote from, with
^"*> Gnmprs. that original of
American Jewish-labor leaders,
and Justice Louis Brandeis as
modern sources, the editors of
"Ideas' seek to raise our Jewish
consciousness in 1975 in support
of a bill in Coneress that would
abolish "compulsory unionism'
rnywhere in America.
co T1AT. as the author con-
<' -l> with recognition of every
A-i<.ri^ns ri?ht to work in free-
dom, "the millenia-old dream of
the prophets and sages of Israel
wi" have come one step closer to
realization"
Tf vou're temnted to cry a'
-"UTht that the Beroetrator- of
th: teach at a seminarv and a
collese. remember that the su-
rf the bill, Reo. Sam S -*
-1 a Jew. A RepuY
Arizona.
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Friday, March 28, 1973

Rabbi Kabane Begins Jail Term
NEW YORK (JTA)
Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder
of the Jewish Defense
League left a group of 20
JDL members staging a sit-
in at the office of the Israel
Consulate here to turn him-
self in in Brooklyn federal
court to start serving a one-
year prison term.
The JDL members, led by
Kahane, went to the Consul-
ate reception office and re-
mained through the night,
according to Russ Kellner,
JDL operations officer.
Kellner said Barry Slot-
nick. Kahane's attorney,
went to the Consulate this
morning and accompanied
Kahane to the federal court.
THE JDL leader has been
scheduled to surrender to federal
authorities this morning to star!
serving the sentence imposed on
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will be sent to an Allenwood. Pa.,
federal prison to serve out liis
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Kahane was given a five-year
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He was convicted last month of
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THE JDL demonstrators con-
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sulate reception office this after-
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that the Consulate officers had
instructed the DOlice not to act
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Page 7-A
Passover Message from CJA: Time for Help at Hand
Continued from Pag* 1-A
lowed to live in peace.
But as Jews in 1975, we read a'.l the signs and feel
the pressure, and once again we fear for the lives of
Jews.
"a"S JEWS in Miami, we are apart of that same
family which has struggled, fought, and bled for free-
dom time and again for 3.500 years, since Moses. Today,
freedom, we are proud to say that as Jews, we are one.
Yet equally strong today is our responsibility to
President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
insure each oter that wc will be one next Passover,
as wc join our families for the traditional festival of
and the Passover after that. And again, that the
primary Jewish responsibility can best be fulfilled
through generous support of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Israel Emergency Fund.
THE PAST month has been one of intensive effort
for the 1975 CJA-IEF. The Purim Passover moratorium
on non-campaign activities has been a success, and that
effort will continue. Just one month ago, at Purim,
we reported that 8,500 individuals had been counted
as participants in CJA-IEF this year.
Today, as Passover, that number has increased to
13,600.
There are nearly 65,000 Jewish families in Greater
Miami. As larger and larger numbers assume their
responsibilities as Jews, then the entire Jewish people
comes closer and closer to assuring its continued sur-
vival.
SO THIS year, as you gather to remember freedom
from bondage in ancient Egypt, don't forget to remem-
ber all that has happened to the Jewish people since
that lime, and the life and freedom for Jews, which
can only continue with your help.
The officers, board of directors and staff of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation wish you and your
family a very happy, healthy Passover.
Harry B. Smith. President, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and L. Jules Arkin, Chairman. 1975 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
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Death Camp Survivors Come to Israel to Testify
TEL AVIV(JTA)A grouo
of Nazi death camp survivors left
for Frankfurt to testify at the
fctrial of former SS Sgt. Willy Za
batsky who is charged with the
nrhole extermination of Jews at
Jthe Birkenau section of the
lAuschwitz death camp.
His alleged crimes include
throwing live children onto piles
of burning corpses in order to
save the cost of gassing them.
TUVIA FRF.EDMAN, who
heads the War Crimes Research
and Documentation Center in
Haifa, will also leave for Frank-
furt shortly to attend the trial.
According to Freedman, Za
batsky was in charge of the ex-
termination of Jews at Birkenau.
In the spring of 1944, he re
ceived a transport of Jews from
Hungary, including 400 children
who were selected to die by tht
notorious death camp doctor, send the children to the gas
Joseph Mengele. chambers and simply threw them
ZABATSKY DECIDED on his 0n the pyres where the corpses
own tha it was too expensive to of previously gassed Jews were alive into the flames
beina burned.
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Friday, March 28, 1975

Sadat Threatens Hell Launch Holy War
CAIROHours after Dr. Henry
Kissinger's arrival in Washing-
ton Sunday night, President An-
war Sadat threatened a "jihad"
(holy war) against Israel if it
continues to refuse to withdraw
from Arab territories.
Also, Egypt's Foreign Minister
Ismail Fahmi declared that "the
situation in the area has reached
a very dim point."
FAHMI FORESEES new ten-
sion in the area that "will be-
come much higher" than it is
now.
Additionally, he was non-com-
Kuwaitis Voice Demand
For Holland's Punishment
WASHINGTON(JTA)According to information
received here, some Arabs are demanding punishment
of Holland for defending the right of a Dutch Jewish
journalist to enter Saudi Arabia on his professional du-
ties.
A newspaper in Kuwait, Al Kabas, was reported as
declaring that because the Dutch Foreign Minister, Max
van der Stoel, has decided not to visit Saudi Arabia at
this time, the 20-nation Arab League should act strong-
ly against Holland "to make it realize the folly of its
course."
Saudi Arabia refused to grant a visa to the jour-
nalist, Jaap van Wesel, when he identified himself as
Jewish.
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SADAT AND Fahmi. both
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+Jewlsli Meridian
Page 9-A
Mideast Peace Hangs on U.S.-Soviet Accord
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen. Stuart Symington (D.,
Mo.) said here that peace in the Middle East depends, in
the last resort, on an agreement between the United States
and the Soviet Union "as to what should or should not be
done" in that region.
He made his comments in reply to questions on the
ABC television program "Issues and Answers."
The "basic problems" incident
Minister Andrei) Gromyko him-
self. There we did have a com-
mitment in effect to protect the
State. I know of no such commit-
ment whatever incident to Viet-
nam or Cambodia."
Asked whether, in the event
Secretary of State Henry A. Ki*
singer's current Deace efforts io
the Middle East are unsuccessful,
the U.S. should return to the
Geneva peace conference and re-
involve the Soviet Union, Sym-
ington replied that in that event
"I don't see where else we ca
go exceot, Genavt,.".
to the Middle East "not only
have to do with the new oil prob-
but also with some form of
jreement between the Soviet
''nion and United States."
SYMINGTON SAID, "If we
could get some agreement be-
tween these two superpowers as
to what should or should not be
done in the Middle East, that
would be the only thing that
could put us all more at ease
with respect to a possible future
war out there."
Symington, who has served in
the Senate for 23 years and is a
ranking member of its powerful
Foreign Affairs and Armed Serv-
ices Committees, drew a sharp
distinction between America's
role in the Middle East and in
Indo-Chica.
ASKED IF the U.S. pull-out
from Vietnam may have under-
mined its credibility in insuring
the viability of Israel, Syming-
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"In the first place, the Israeli
situation is entirely different. I
was Secretary of the Air Force
when the State of Israel was cre-
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*Jen1st fhridliar
Friday, March 28, 1975
ISRAEL ANGERED BY ONE-SIDED WORLD OPINION
Dr. Kissinger's Shuttle Grinds to a Halt
Continued from Page 1-A
President Sadat that suggested a new and peaceful era
between the two countries.
Both President Ford and Dr. Kissinger have since'been
careful to declare that the shuttle's collapse is a setback to
peace in the Middle East only "on a temporary basis."
STILL, IT has had not only a depressing reaction
here in Jerusalem, but also in Washington, coming as it
does on the heels of staggering reverses for South Vietnam
and Cambodia in Southeast Asia.
There, Dr. Kissinger received a Nobel Prize for his
"peace" efforts culminating in the Paris accord two years
ago. Now, together with his failure in Jerusalem, the de-
pression in both capitals is understandable.
Dr. Kissinger, while steering clear of any assignment
of blame, nevertheless noted that President Sadat had au-
thorized him to tell the Israelis that:
Egypt was willing to permit Israeli-bound cargoes
through the Suet Canal and would turn a cold shoulder
toward the worldwide Arab economic boycott;
Egypt would state openly that force was not the way
to settle outstanding problems with Israel, and that they
were negotiable;
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duration of an agreement reached on the basis of an Israeli
pullback.
Egypt would reaffirm the renunciation of war as
set forth in the 1974 agreement at Km. 101, with the ex-
ception of "only symbolic" movements forward of Egyptian
forces (beyond the Km. 101 parameters).
"This is a sad day for America," Dr. Kissinger declared
on his departure from Ben Gurion Airport. "We know it is
a sad day also for Israel, which needs and wants peace
so badly."
The growing anger among Israeli officials since his de-
parture has been as a consequence of the facile growth
in world opinion that Israel is a "stubborn obstacle" to
peace, without collateral world opinion that sees anything
to criticize in the Arabs.
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vJenisti Fk>ridHani
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Uging Conference in June
IW YORK The problems
Challenges of an aging world
lation will be the suhjgtf of
ssion "at an international
tess to be held in Israel this
Thousands of experts in the
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and Jonal Congress of Geron-
YMING
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1 in Kiev. Russia, in 1972. will
uss the process of aging, and
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Successor to Tucker
CHICAGOCantor Pavel Zim
s been appointed by the Park
agogue of Chicago to chant
1975 High Holy Days Services.
e announcement, jointly
e by the congregation's prei-
Mehin If, Carmel. and its
bi. Alvin M. Kleinerman,
ed the end of th intensive
h for a successor to the hte
ard Tucker, who had been a
r at The Park Synagogue
h<> first took over cantorial
ies there in 1962.
Tucker, a renowned grand
opera st.tr. died suddenly on Jan.
^w on a concert tour.
iJ ti i>.
HIT Elects Offic'al
fCINNATl Rabbi Alvan
Rubin, of Temple Israel. St.
Louis, ha- been elected the new
president of the Hebrew Union
College -.lewisli Institute of Re-
ligion 1,000-member Alumni As-
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Mrs. Faye Schenk. president of
the American Zionist Federation,
said that Mrs. Bernice Salpeter.
a vice president of the AZF. has
been named chairman of the
celebration.
ft ft
Timney Signs Letter
WASHINGTONSen. John V.
Tunney (D.. Calif.) has joined 19
other senators requesting Presi
dent Ford's assistance to secure
permission for Dr. Anrei Sakhar-
ov's relatives to study in the
United States.
Dr. Sakharov. a leading Soviet
physicist and father of the Rus-
sian H-Bomb. has been a frequent
critic of the Soviet's policies to .
wards Soviet Jews and civil
rights.
In September. 1973, he sent an
open letter to the United States
Congress urging passage of the
Jackson Amendment to the Trade
Bill.
Dr. Sakharov's stepson, step-
daughter and her husband have
been invited to study at the Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Tcchnol
ogy. They applied for permission
to visit the United States on Apr
6, 1973. and as of yet have heard
nothing from the Soviet authori-
ties.
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Friday, March 28, 1975
Vet Would Like to Start Army of His Own
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
There has been considerable
publicity regarding the retired
Army offtrcr-who is- foTmfr.jTT"
private corporation to enlist the
services of ex-servicemen of the
United States to protect the oil
fields of Saudi Arabia.
Adding insult to injury: "No
Jewish ex-serviceman need apply
regardless of his qualifications."
Al! this goes on with the con-
sent and blessing of our State
Department and Department of
Defense.
1, TOO, am retired from the
U.S. military and feel that I have
all the qualifications necessary to
form a private army of volunteers
niOTIumal HI
CREDITS
Illustrations on Pages 1-A,
5-D, 15-D. and 1-E of the
Passover Edition of The Jew-
ish Floridian are by Eli Lev-
in in Mever Levin's "The
Spell of Time."
The frontispiece of Sec. C
is courtesy of Barton's
Chocolates, Brooklyn, N.Y.
The photos, "Ire and Fire
finds Israelis ud against the
wall" (Pg. 10-D) and "Jew
and Arab: Will it ever be?"
(Pg. 5-F) are reproduced
with the permission of "Is-
rael Today," New York and
Tel Aviv.
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THAT WAY, they don't have
to look at the real cause and
correct it.
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writes and makes excuses, as
these two reporters do, have just
as big a problem as the ones who
are involved.
Justice will prevail, whether
under our present judicial system
or when we come before the
Great Judge of us all.
-
DR. PICK EXLIS
Ft. Lauderdale
"Lit Thy Words Be Brier
Kohelcth (Ecclesiastcs)
ti:.!:i!:l:u.;. ..... .".:.*'..
(which can be both Jewish and
Christian, black and white) who
would like to be trained to help
defend Israeli borders, kibbutzim,
villages and cities from the world
assassins who are bent on the
destruction of the Jews.
This private army is not for of-
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And we would be defending hu-
man lives, not just oil.
I wonder if the State Depart-
ment and the Department of De-
fense would also give me their
blessing and consent, should I
wish to form such a volunteer
army.
IZZY HANKEN
CWO AUS Retired
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I have read Leo Mindlin's col-
umn entitled "Bronstein Makes
U Feel Mora!" and Max Lerner's
column on Hugh Hefner's secre-
tary. (See Feb. 14 edition).
Instead of getting at the cause
of the problem in these two sit-
uations, which is sin and immo-
rality, its nice, they feel, to cop

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fothiii" Punitive' in Israel Reassessment
kSHINGTOX President Ford is described as being
isappointcd" at the breakdown in the Middle East
Step negotiations of Dr. Henry Kissinger.
LLISi >r. Kissinger is described as believing that the
lle I wrong in rejecting the arrangements he
wrong in rejecting the arrangements he
Nit between Israel and Egypt, particularly because
couldn't have gotten a better deal."
Still, there is "nothing puni-
in their sudden announce-
oday night that the
ttes will be entering
"rmntsment of the
policies in the Middle
THE gun. several
legislators went on record as sug-
gesting that foreign aid to Israel
be cut. But Kissinger declared
that 'reassessment" means that
we are facing a new situation of
some peril."
Job
7S Announces New
Placement Service
The Jewish Vocational Service,
ough a special grant from the
eater Miami Jewish Feclera-
n, is now offering free com
'nity job placement ser\!ee-
ling the effort i St.-w
.sburg. JVS placement co-
lor.
employment is one of !'ie
problems confronting our
today, as anyone who is
for a job can readily
est," Weisburg declared.
PHE LATEST government fig
;s, which show an unemploy-
nt rate of 8.2 per cent, does
begin to show tho true nir-
e. For example, it is estimated
it 580,000 people dropped out
the labor force in February
;ause they despaired of find- J
a job.
Veiaburg said that college
iduates are finding that their
Ids of study do not qualify;
for the few jobs that do I
are subsequently forced
>lay their education in
compete.
important to emnhasfz?
it the community placemen'
vice seeks to find jobs for
>ple at all levels of the labor
:etrum. At this time for -\
pie, there are openings fr>
eral high level executive s-c-
aries, as well as oth t, ir
nagement, sales, gen-.;,! -: :
1 and labor."


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placed have been secretaries, a
program developers, clerks, and
general laborers.
In the Secretary's view, it is
"inevitable in such a situation
that the President order a review
to see what is the best policy for
the United States to follow."
And as if to quash the rumors
on Capitol Hill of punitive moves
against Israel, he added. "It is
not a question of cutting off any
aid. Aid will be determined in
relation to the over-all policy."
KISSINGER EMPHASIZED
that "We are not engaged in any
punitive actions."
Still, State Department spokes-
man Robert Anderson declared
that U.S. support of Israel could
well lessen. And, as if to echo
the disappointment and even
anger on the part of American
officials. Presidential press sec-
retary Ron Nessen said of Dr.
Kissinger's shuttle diplomacy
that "there certainly was a mo-
mentum toward a peaceful set-
tlement.
House Speaker Carl Albert (D.,
Okla.) said that "We are ap-1
proaching the problem in a 100
per cent bipartisan effort. I
think there's no loss of hope. I
think we still have hope this will
be worked out."
m r ~.
And Senate Minority Leader
Hugh Scott (R., Pa.), reflecting
the general assessment of where
the breakdown must lead at fiis
point, said that "it would appear
that U.S. efforts will continue,
perhaps in somi other forum,
perhaps in Geneva.'
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+Jewist FhrldliaiF
Friday, March 28, 1975j
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Temple Menorah

emple M.iioiali
Day School
Pre-Regisfration Now
In Progress
GRADES 1-5
r information about our
individualized program,
call Mrs. Weiner at
861-2156
RABBI ABRAMOWITZ
THE
I
CHALLENGE
OF
THE!
ME1S0RAH
LECTURE
SERIES
THE M'LITARY POSTURE OF ISRAEL"
Monday, April 7th, at 8 P.M.
Dr. Martin Greenberg,
Associate Professor of International Law,
Florida International University
IETAINING NORMALCY IN A WORLD OF VIOLENCE"
Monday, April 28th, at 8 P.M.
Dr. Allen Rutchik
Clinical Psychologist
SERVE TICKETS NOW-Call TEMPLE MENORAH at 866-0221
$2 for each lecture for Members $2.50 for Non-Members
hi Abran, >w-i::: meeting will: Professor Kphraim Kat-
r (right). President of the State of Israel, during his
recent visit to Miami F.cach on behalf of the 25th anni-
versary of the founding of State of Israel Bonds.
A Passover Message
By DR. MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Passover is a historical celebra-
tion of an event which occurred
over 3.000 years ago. Yel, it can-
not be relegated merely to his-
tory.
The story of Passover, the
exodus from Egypt, the libera-
tion of the ancient Israelites from
slavery, serves as a way of life
for the present.
First, and foremost, the Pass-
over Festival is a vehicle by
which families can be united in
a deeply meaningful religious
ritual which binds the family
closer together and at the same
time to the glory of Jewish tradi-
tion.
Second, we are witnessing the
"modern enslavement" of Jews
Integration,
Individ utilization
Spell Success
The field of education has an
extensive and flowery vocabulary,
but at Temple Menorah we've
given real meaning to two im-
portant terms ... integration and
individualized instruction. At the
Menorah Day School, the com
bination of these two approaches
has created a most successful en-
vironment.
Integration is defined as a
union of programs ... a merger
of the Secular and Hebrew cur-
riculums. There is a sense of
unity, a feeling of oneness, in the
material presented to the chil-
dren. So, an atmosphere for learn-
ing is created that pervades all
studies.
The outstanding features of
this carefully planned approach
are continuity and reinforcement.
When a child is exposed to a unit
in Secular studies, he becomes
involved in a variety of skill-
building activities. Later in the
Hebrew class, he is delighted to
learn that the work he has done,
the knowledge he has gained, the
skills he has mastered are mean-
ingful here too. He arrives moti-
vated. eager, interested in the
subject.
From this integration comes
the realization of a new relation-
shin. Hebrew and Israel are a
par) of th total learning, not
sim ily ubjei ts to be mastered.
To thl i ;m 'aningful approach
we add lndi< id lalized Instillation.
Indent is encouraged to
ss il hi own rate. This
allows each sl ide i! to d r\ elop
i I'm1 frustration or
boredom.
Ai Temple Menorah. the sum
of integration and individualiza-
ti'tn equals success. The hr-nrfit;
in seholtp-hip are .Hatched bv the
Student's motivation and enthus-
iasm for 1-arnim.
in many corners of the world
whose liberation must be of the
highest priority. There are Jews
in Russia and Syria whose libera-
tion is our concern.
Finally, there is the "enslave-
ment" of American Jewry which
is witnessing a resurgence of
anti-scmitism "fueled" by the
Soviet-Arab bloc.
The quaint rituals, the soul
stirring songs and time-tested
traditions of the Passover Seder
should help us all turn to God's
promise for divine Providence in
the affairs of man. May this Pass
over truly be the era for th-
bringing forth of mankind from
slavery unto freedom where peace
shall reign suDreme and Israel
chall dwell in safetv.
GARAGE SALE
to benefit the
Temple Menorah
Day School
Sunday, April 6th, 10 am.4 pm
at the Adams'. 1844 Daytonia Road
WE NEED EVERYTHING
YOU DON'T NEED I !
Bring us your white elephants,
bric-a-brac, housewares,
and what-heve-you!
Call: Luisa Adams, 864-6786
Glenda Kasden. S66-2311
Barbara Rosenblatt, 864-6490
Denise Waldman, S38-0982
DAY SCHOOL NEWS
To commemorate March 13 as
Music Day, as proclaimed by Gov-
ernor Askew, students of the
Temple Menorah Day School par
ticipated in a special musical pro-
gram.
There were performances on
piano, guitar, and recorder as well
as a folk-dance demonstration by
the 3rd and 4th grade girls.
.Musical instruction is an inte-
gral par) of the Temnl<> Menorah
Day School curriculum. Music
teacher Shlomo Geva includes
theory as well as Hebrew and
Engliih songs in his weekly
( la
TOBE AND (JEOBGE KRAI'T
50th ANNIVERSARY FUND
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.ml Ruth 11 -I It Mark and
Hunan Mai u .I...-I and Ji
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.Mr. and Mrs Sol l-vm. Mr and Mrs
Mom N'athanrnn Mr and .Mrs Pbll
Kali. MnIHe Hl'vermnn \\\ and
Paullni Parher, mni Sam and Claire
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Temple Menorah Religions Services
There will be no lalv Friday evening services March 28th
-liesday, April 1 and Wednesday. April 2. at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, April 2. and Thursday, April 3, at 9 a.m.
Yiskor Service, Thursday, April 3rd.
iday evening. April 4. at 8:15 p.m.
Bat Utitzvah: Janine Olcmberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Otomberg.
Saturday morning. April >, at 9 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Richard Waserstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Waaerstein.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will conduct the services
Cantor Niro Feldman will chant the liturgy
assisted by the Temple Choir
TEMPLE NENORAH
620 75th St., Miami Beach, Ma. 331 It
Tel. 8660221
Affiliated with United Synagogue of America
DR. MAYKR ABRAMOWITZ................................................ Rabbi
NIOO FKLDMAN .................................................................... Cantor
MIRA KRAKNKKL. ........................................ Educational Director
IRVING SHALOM ........................................... Chapel Director
RODKRT I.. SIEGEL ................................ Chairman of the Board
CARI- ROSKNBKRG ....................................................... President
MRS. ROSE BANNKR ................................... Sisterhood President
MRS. NORMAN C. LIKBMAN .............................. PTA President
PAUL KASDKN ........................................ Couples Club President
NESTER GORFINKEL ......................................... USY President
THE TFMPLE FAMILY
MAZEI. T( i\' to iln- Bar Bal Mlti-
vah famillei Janlne OlemheraT,
dallaThtei of Mr ami AIi -
> Hi nil"-ri:. Richard A'asersteln, Hn
of Mr. .....I .Mi i 'haaie H iei Klein,
i y.\:\ Tov I.. Mr. and Mi .
Herhei i Enrol .....in birth of their
t'l'X'iKATII.ATH >\S In III. Me-
" .....Il dlrecl11.11 l.f
Bennett Brainson, which \*<"i second
i.uih bin i Ri Klon 'if
en-
I,' I a
Park-
Hit- hai I., (ball li atrue The
tor the r>lav-offn
ItKKIAH SHI.KYMAH ti
Oraei A mi Zimmerman \'.\
ei and Ben lamin Mi *- I
'i .\ l H.K.WKS in Mrs. Ji i.....
Janowita mi the death "f her dauarh-
ler: also tn Mrs. Fanuve Oskervlta
nn ihi death "< 'hi lei
IN MEMOHIAM We mourn ilm
los* "i "iir bal.....ii in.mi., i Minnie
M.....ill .nn! ii"-. Snin,,n. -.. I... u-ere
ailed i" their eternal rei i u \ -
thi Hei ea> ramllli our
- .in ere condolence*)
We gratefully acknowledge the
following contributions:
Fl.OKAI. FUND
lii memory ol beloved
family iiicniherH
Mr Abraham Hunneri for hli Par-
ent* ami brothers: Mr* Morris H.rt-
z..ii fur her father: Mr David Baosl
for his father: Mm Alberto Bi bar
for her father: Mm liar-.hi Kaiser
i-i her mother: Mr Jerome Feldman
f"i in* father: Mr Samuel Sitvler-
man for hi* father: Mr Samuel and
.Mis.-- Marv Gordon for their broth-
er: Mm Aranka hVnui- for her
husband: .Mr. i,nui* Wcrtiieh for liis
fathei Mr, Mas A'elnbera for hia
nan-iiis. Mrs Zumlcl Berclit for her
mother: Mrs. Annette Harrl* f"> her
brother; Mrs Btearfried (loldschmidt
f"i her father: .Mrs Sarah I'rlsl for
her husband: Dr. Selwvn Willie f..r
hit father: .Mr. Zoltan Qellerl r-.r
i i mother: Mr Morris Kanter fur
I.I.- fathei and Mrs. Rose Stein X<.r
her mother.
In honor of their anniversaries
Mr ami mis Bob Burloff: .Mr.
and Mrs Aaron Bnarlander: Mr. and
Mrs. Robert PVIedland: Mr and
.Mrs Theodore Barman: Mr. and .Mrs-.
Alfred fjolden: Mr and Mrs, Jerrv
Rieaer: Mr and Mrs Harry Berarer:
ami Mr and .Mr*. Jaime fluralnllc.
ami to th.- followina:
Mr and Mr* lias Morse In honor
'f Mr* Ann s.h",iis birthday;
.Mr* Ernie Michel In honoi << .Mr.
and .Mrs Joe Cm.mis 55th anniver-
sary; .Mr anil .Mrs Sam Hill in hon-
or "f Mr and Mrs. Ham Uebman'a
.."ill anniversary: Mr*. Rav Cohen
in honor of Mr. ami Mis Qeonta
Kraut's 50th anniversary': Mr. and
Mr*, sianh-v Wlssner In honor of
Mr and .Mrs rJeoraa Kraut's :."ih
annlversarv: Mr, and Mrs Jack Ta-
lelman in honor of their son. Stan-
ley Tate's birthday, ami Mr* Dora,
Lefkoff in honor of her recovery.
PBAVER BOOK FUND
Mr and Mrs. Harrv Liebroan in
memory ..r Mrs, Mary Adler: Mrs.
Mildred Strumer in aralltude for
Mr. and Mr* Kred Sh.ii/. hospl-
talltv: ami Mr. Morris Black in
memory ol Jacoh Qreenbencer
UUAPEL MEMORIAL FUND
Mi H lllie I. N'alanbocen and
Mis- Sara Levitt in iiienmri of th.ir
father; Mrs, Han.hi Kai.-.r in im-m-
<>r\ her mother: Mr and Mm
'i.-'iir Mlnakl in menwn of their
father: Mr. l.e.mai.i Krlnaold In
nn to..i \ ..( his father: Mr. FYai i
1. a.i-i. in in nn ni'.i, ,,i hi- father:
i i Mm 11 Brl. n in.'in-i v nl
-- .Man Cordon an.I .Mr.
Samui ': rdon In nn mnn ol th. ir
Mi Ki ('. (ioi don in nn in -
1,11 "' her hu-1...ml:
v. oliii in mothi r:
i Saul .'.' *his
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I.IBRARI FUND
Mr an.I Mm Roai i \\. ma n
l or "i i Mr,
i Albert Itosenfeid in honor
i Karen's birthday: Ml and Ml s.
Allen l.ieiu'i in.hi in I.......r ol Robert's
birthday Ml and Mi I. "\ .1 Roth-
enbera In honor ol Julie birthday :
Mr ami .Mrs. Hul.in Kluaer In honor
of Tamara'a blrthdav: Mr, and Mrs.
Jn\- Herman in honor of Sh.ns
din Mr, and Mrs Sti yen Ru-
....... honor ..I Caroline's blrthdav:
Mr, ami .Mrs. Joel ilui iii honor ..f
iHobln's blrthdav: Mr ami Mrs.
Isaac Knelliuani in honor of I.in.la's
birthday: .Mr. ami Mr* William
Sue her In honor of Brian's blrthdai :
and .Mr ami Mr* Molses Chorowakl
in honor of Rae'i birthday,
SENIOR CITIZK.NS FIND
Rabbi and .Mr* Maver Abramo-
vvitz. Mr ami .Mr* Ben la-.-ntierir:
\u ami .Mr- Sam K.hlman: David
Hodesn: Mr and .Mr* Kuri Prelss:
Mr and Mrs Max Rubel Mr anil
Mi- Melvln Hiihel: Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
iiik bnaiorn. sir, ami Mrs. Nathan
Bosenskv: Hlue Mi*i Mot.i
RABBI MAYEH ABRAMOWITZ
will deliver the daily
"Inspirational Manage"
on Channel 7, WCKT-TV
at sign-on and sign-off
April e 12


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fjewist Iforidiair
Friday, March 28, \\
|f you
in
tend to buy
?he
next 30 dcysO^
tires
houW
within
re
ad this!
You are about to find out
why a tire you never heard of
is the best tire for these times.
Radically new. Radically different.
The only radial with steel sidew alls.
The I RI All-Steel Radial is the world's first
all-steel radial tire for automobiles. It's the
most economical tire you can own Because of
the radial design, you get more miles per gallon
of gas than from either bias or belted bias
tires Because of the exclusive I.R.I. All-Steel
construction, you get thousands of extra miles
out of the tire itself We believe the result
is the lowest cost per mile of driving from any
kind or any brand of tire on the market today.
Our engineers believe the I.R.I. All-Steel
Radial drives saler, rides more comfortably,
steers more precisely and responds surer
than any other tire you can buy at any price.
We guarantee them for 50,000 miles. What's
more, Norton is so sure you'll find these
the finest tires you've ever had that if you
are not satisfied at any time within 90 days,
we will refund your purchase price in full.
No tricks. No hidden charges.
But, boil it all down and
you've got three basic
tire types to consider.
I. BIAS 2. BELTED 3. RADIAL
I. BIAS TIRES
Two, four or sometimes even mote plies (or
layers) ol material cross under the tread at an
angle or bias to the center line ol the tire. Generally
the cheapest tire to buy.
2. BELTED TIRES
Similar to the bias tire with the addition of two
or more belts ol material that run around the tire
under the tread This combines a bias sidewall
with increased tread stability and improved
tread life.
3. RADIAL TIRES
Offer the most desirable leatures Cords of
material run from sidewall to sidewall crossing the
tread at 90 degrees Two or more belts of material
also run around the tire Price per tire is higher,
but cost per mite is lower.
Buying tires is tough enough.
You almost need an engineer's education to
understand tire advertising these days. There
are bias and belted and radial types. F-78's
and FR-78's and 7.75s all of which fit the
same car And nylon and rayon and polyester
and fiberglass and steel. And plies on plies.
AVAILABLE ONLY AT
NORTON
S'NCE 1924
TIRE CO
The strongest radial is an all-steel radial.
The I.R.I, is the only all-steel radial
automobile tire.
Conventional, so-called steel radials, put steel
to work beneath the tread only. One or two
belts of steel run the circumference of the tire
and fabric or fiber cords are used radially
sidewall to sidewall The conventional steel
radial tire is only a steel-belted radial. This is
important in understanding the superiority of
an I.R.I. All-Steel Radial.
An exclusive design and engineering process
put more steel in the I.R.I, radial than in any
other automobile tire. Two layers or belts of
steel cables (30 per inch) make sure the I.R.I,
tread stays open for maximum road contact
in all kinds of weather. This also reduces
friction, which is the biggest single cause of
tire wear.
A third barrier of steel cables replaces the
fabric (polyester, fiberglass, etc.) used in the
sidewalls of all other automobile tires The
result is 100 per cent steel strength and
protection.
Rated Load Range D.
I.R.I. All-Steel Radials meet government stand-
ards equivalent to an eight-ply rating and it's
stamped on the side of every I.R.I tire. Most
passenger tires even steel-belted radials
earn only a B or four-ply rating. Load Range D
means an extra margin of strength and safety
for all vehicles, even the heaviest of luxury
automobiles, station wagons or pick-ups.
Improved steel cable design means extra
comfort, too.
The I.R.I. All-Steel Radial uses a specially
designed steel cable engineered exclusively for
us. Each cable is wound of seven strands of
SAfETY
SERVICE
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WEST MIAMIBird 4V. Galloway Rds552-6655
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1. The only tire with STEEL '
sidewalls for strength and
flexibility, more protection,
more comfort.
2. Two belts of special filament
steel cable for maximum tread
strength, 30 steel cables per inch.
Total: Three layers of steel
beneath the tread.
3. Double steel protection here.
The only passenger tire with steel
on both sides of the bead :
for sure-fire responsiveness.
4. All-weather computer-designed
tread.
three-filament wire. That's a total of 21 strong
steel filaments in each cable. Yet, with all this
strength, the cable is as flexible as silk. The
result is a soft, luxurious ride.
The new year-'round tread.
A special computer-designed tread configura-
tion was developed to make maximum use
of the strength built into the I.R.I. All-Steel
Radial. Now, the combination of steel and
tread design provides solid, road-holding
performance under all kinds of driving
conditions wet or dry. snow or summer heat.
The I.R.I, is an all-weather, all-year tire.
Why you haven't heard about I.R.I.
All-Steel Radials till now.
Compared with the giants of the tire industry.
I.R.I, is a relatively small company. We
are growing steadily on a market-by-market
plan now reaching your city. Five years
ago, we set out to produce a tire that was as
good as the finest imported tire available.
Because we had no conventional tire-making
equipment, we were free "to try anything."
We did And came up with a totally new idea
that produced a tire even better than the one
we had set out to make. The I.R.I. All-Steel
Radial has been tested and re-tested. Subjected
to literally millions of miles of road-handling
experience. Now it's available here. Backed by
a 50.000-mile guarantee Sold and serviced only
by proven leaders in the business.
I.R.I.
INTERNATIONAL RUBBER INDUSTRIES, INC
Extra safety. Extra comfort. Extra mile*.
The finest tire you can buy. The I.R.I.
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AUiHomifD DHJmtuioni 'O*
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It TOW IWTJIMttD I
BFGoudrich


Friday, March 28, 1975
vJenist fhrkBo*)
Page 17-A
Passover.
I
pr
What do you think it really means
in 1975?
On Passover, we pay homage to freedom,
knowing full well that the goals of mankind have
not yet been attained. It is a time for Jews to reaffirm
the Faith and Ethic forged from the experience of
Egyptian slavery and redemption centuries ago.
It marks the birth of the Jews as a free people.
As the Haggadah (order of service) is read
to those attending the family Seder, an awareness
of the continuity of Jewish history is created.
Recollections of former bondage are seen in the
context of modem achievements in national and
religious independence.
However; joy in these hard-won advances is
tempered by the knowledge of what must yet be
accomplished. For the story told in the Haggadah is
a vivid reminder of the oppression that exists today.
It speaks for thousands of Jewish people in
need of a modem-day Moses to lead them out of
the wilderness of deprivation.
It evokes thoughts of those yearning for
liberty in the hostile environment of Syria and the
Soviet Union.
It strengthens our resolve as Jews, living in a
free society, to stand together and help our less
fortunate brothers and sisters in far-off lands
achieve their aspirations.
Passover, 1975 is the Festival of Freedom. It
is set against the awakening of Spring, the rekind-
ling of life. It reaffirms our faith that some day
there will be liberty for all. It gives hope that some
day all may live in peace and dignity.
Photo courtesy of Hie Gicaler NewYo* Conference on Soviet Je*>y.
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SUNRISE: 1171 Northeast 61st Avenue
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fJewist fhridian
TO lr.~.
Friday, March 28, 1975
0
Bank Leumi Assets Trebled In 3 Years
Bank Leumi opened a representative office in Mi-
ami Beach in 1974; the representative is Judah H.
Kurtzbard. Mr. Kurtzbard was born in 1940 in Poland;
he and his parents later escaped from a concentration
camp and have been living in Israel since 1950. He
completed his studies in Economics, Sociology, and Po-
litical Science at the Hebrew University and has been
working for Bank Leumi Le-Israel B.M. since 1962 in
a variety of capacities, including Business Development
and Provident Funds.
Bank Leumi Le-Israel B.M., Israel's leading commercial bank,
was incorporated in 1951 to take over and continue the business of
the Anglo-Palestine Bank Ltd.. which was established by the Zionist
Movement in London in 1902 under the name of the Anglo Palestine
Company as a subsidiary of the Jewish Colonial Trust Ltd.. and
opened its first office in Jaffa in 1903.
The Anglo-Palestine Bank soon became the principal financial in-
stitution of the young yishuv." In 1908 it was active in the financial
arrangements for building Tel-Aviv. In 1910 its original canital of
40.000 had increased to 100.000 and by 1914 deposits and
reached 400.000.
SOON AFTER the outbreak of the war. the Ti'rki-h authorities
ordered the bank to be liquidated, but it managed to survive clan-
destinely and by the end of the war its deposits stood at 700.00f\
The Anglo-Palestine Bank was able to maintain its leading posi-
tion under the British Mandate Its board was transferred from Lon-
don to Tel-Aviv in 1931. Deposits rose from 1.550.000 in 1932 to
6.150.000 in 1939.
In anticipation of independence in 1948. the bank preoared its
own currenev notes. With the declaration of the State of Israel, the
Anglo-Palestine Bank became government bankDr and bank of issue,
until the establishment of the bank of Israel in December 1954. ,
AMONG THE specialized institutions established by the bank,
in cooperation with the Jewish Agency, were: the General Mortgage
Bank (1924): the Ozar le-Ta'asiyyah 'Industry Fund. 1944) and the
07ar le-Hak-la'ut (Agricultural Fund. 1944: merged in 1960 into
Ya'ad Agricultural Development Bank).
In 1934 a securities clearing house was set un. the forerunner
of the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange. The Bank Leumi Lo-Nrael Invest-
ment Corporation, the first in the country was formed in 1945.
Bank Leumi acquired the majoritv of the shares of the L'nion
Bank of Israel, the country's fourth laraest commercial bank, a
specialist in diamond-industrv financing, in 1961. and in 1966 it
bought the large cooperative bank Kupat Milveh la-OIeh "Immigrant
Loan Bank").
In 1974 the bank had 315 branches and offices in Israel and
abroad. Its subsidiary in New York i Bank Leumi Trust Company
of New York, which has six branches (Member F.D.I.C): and Leumi
Securities Corporation.
Other subsidiaries abroad are the Bank Leumi (V K.) in Lon-
don. Bank Leumi Switzerland in Zurich and Geneva. Bank Leumi Le-
Israel (France) S.A. and Luxinvest S.A on"ning soon in Chicago.
FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
The following are a few financial highlights from the March 5
pre release of the Bank Leumi Group:
The total consolidated assets of the Bank Leumi Groun at the
end of 1974 reached 41.1 billion (nearly 7 billion)an increase
year of 15.4 billion or 60 per cent a< against 7.9 bl
or 43 ner rent in 1973.
The total consolidated aset* as also the ba'ancs of the various
Bal ms, have more than tn
1-1971 end 1874; Bee tal ) The total ht of
the Bank's subsidiaries piss the 1 b'llion mark
Rnlan'> -n C hMliotN
The Group
t ital Consolidated Ass I
Tn'n] Deposits ........
Debentures Issued .................
T'-'a! Loans' ............................ 2" 6
CaDital Funds ........................
* including Loans to Government D"r>osit; with Treasury
CAPITAL FUNDS
The Capital Funds of the Crouo have nased the 1 billon mark.
earching 1.115 million, a growth over the vear of 354 million
or 47 ner cent. This figure Includes a Canital Note Issue in Israel by
Bank Leumi to a total of 120 million, the raising of capital by the
London and New York subsidiaries to a total of some 40 million,
and the accumulation of undistributed profits.
CREDITS
Total Credits (including Deposits with the Treasun) of the
Group increased to 20.6 billion, a growth of 9.0 billion or 79
per cent. tmw
The increase in credits can be attributed mainly to an increase
in loans in foreign currency as well as in loans from earmarked
deposits.
The Bank Leumi Group in Israel accounts for some 38 per ent
of total bank loans to the public and its share in the Directed Credit
Funds reaches 40 per cent. Particularly outstanding is its share in
the financing of export industries, chief among them citrus fruits,
cotton and diamonds. Diamond financing in the Group is managed
as a consortium by Union Bank.
The number of Borrowers' Accounts held bv the Group is in the
region of 260.000 and more than 90 per cent of them are loans for
less than 10.000. a fact which shows the weight of the small bor-
rower in the Bank.
SHARE IN THE BANKING SYSTEM
The monthly statistics of the Bank of Israel show the share of
the Bank Leumi Group (commercial banks in Israel) in the bank I
r:t 1P73 ivn 1<)71
41.1 25.7 178 13 2
30 0 n i 138 103
60 34 2.0 2
2" 6 11 S 77 60
1 1 0.8 0 5 0.4
ing system to have been, at the respective ends of the last three
years, as follows: -
9MB
Percentage
1973
41.6
1972
38.2
1974'
Total Assets................................ **9
Deposits of the Public,
Israeli Currency ................ 36.7 358 37.2
Total Deposits of the Public ... 49.3 46.4 46.2
Credits to the Public,
Israeli Currency ................ 34.5 34.8 36.9
Total Credits to the Public 37.9 40.4 36.7
* in the absence of year-end figures, end-November figures have
been taken.
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
The international business of the Group, as carried out by its
Banks in Israel and affiliates abroad, continued to expand and de-
velop, despite the difficulties encountered on world marketsthe
economic recessions, the inflationary pressures, the oil crisis and
the upheavals in world finance and banking.
Four new extensions have been added to the Group's interna-
tional networktwo of them in New York, one in London and one
in Torontobringing the overall number up to 25: 4 banking sub-
sidiaries operating through 12 branches, plus 13 other extensions
Representative Offices. Finance Companies and the like Four more
extensions are shortly to be opened, two of them in Europe and two
ui the United States. .
The activities of the Bank extend over five continents and a
staff of some 700 (including about 30 Israelies) operates the ex-
tensions overseas.
The number of Customer Accounts of all kinds operated by the
Group (commercial banks) in Israel totals some 2.6 million, the
overwhelming majority of which are credit accounts.
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March 28, 19/b
*J(nisfi fhcrijUiair
Page 19-A
Dr. Benjamin Fine To Conduct 3
Communications Workshops At U-M
\f
Dr Benjamin Fine, former edu-
cation editor of "The New York
Tines," will conduct three com-
munication workshops on educa-
tional writing at the University
0f Miami this summer.
They are designed for school
and college faculty and staff and
anvone else seeking to present
an educational message to the
public in non-technical terms.
Participants in the first work-
J5hop 'School and College Com-
munications," July 14-18. will
have an opportunity to learn how
to write for and use such inter-
nal publications as annual re-
ports, handbooks, newsletters,
budget manuals, curriculum bul-
letins, financial reports and pro-
motional materials.
Professional Publishing,"
July 21-25, is of interest to those
who wish to secure additional
outlets for their writing skills
and gain greater knowledge of
the expanding professional writ-
ing field.
The "Mass Media" workshop,
* July 28-Aug. 1, will stress how
Bto build public interest and sup-
^port for education through the
jSii-<' of mass media.
jf Students may register for the
Jttf-.-.re workshop and earn three
credits, or register for any par-
ticular workshop at one under-
graduate or graduate credit each.
Dr. Fine is currently education
editor, the North American News-
paper Alliance, through which
his column, "Spotlight on Educa-
tion," is distributed to more than
200 newspapers throughout the
United States.
While he was education editor
of The New York Times, Dr.
Fine won the Pulitzer Prize for
his study of American history.
He also won the George Polk
Award for outstanding writing mi
the field of education and served
as president of the Education
Writers Association.
Further information may be
obtained by writing the Office
of Summer Sessions, University
of Miami, P.O. Box 248005, Coral
Gables, Florida 33124.__________
Rabbi Narot To Lecture
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will give
another lecture in the continuing
adult program at Temple Israel
of Greater Miami Sunday morn-
ing. He will discuss "Why Jews
Do and Do Not Pray."
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+Jeni$t FhrSdfiar
Friday, March 28, l^fr.
Brandeis Zionist District's
Annual Election Set April 7
The Brandeis Zionist District
of Greater Miami, Zionist Or-
ganization of America, has
scheduled the next meeting for
the annual election of officers
and directors, with Ezra Fine-
gold as nominations chairman.
Louis Hoherman has been
named as president for a fifth
t"'-m. The meeting will be held
Monday, April 7 at 8 p.m. in the
Washin^'on Federal Auditorium.
1133 Normandy Dr., Miami
Beach.
Leon Segal, educator and re-
searcher who will be the speaker
f"r th" pvi-ning. is oresident of
the Dade County Hebrew Cultural
Forum. His topic will be "The
Current Armistice Crisis in the
Middle East."
Betty Randal, lyric soprano,
will entertain with a program of
Hebrew, Italian, French, and
English operatic, popular and
fol) son^. Estelle Hoberman
will accompany at the piano.
The public is invited and re-
freshments will be served, with
Rose Shapiro as hostess, assisted
by Thelma Sheckter.
Officers nominated include
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Ezra Finegold, honorary presi-
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Gil Rappaport, Wolf Rosenblum
Bernard Katz, Albert Shulman
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Stephanie Rudakietvicz Married To
Larry Chasin Saturday, March 22
I
Stephanie Rudakiewicz became
' the bride of Larry Chasin Satur-
day, March 22. in a 6:30 p.m.
ceremony conducted by Judge
Arthur I. Snyder at the Miami
' Lakes Country Club. A reception
' and dinner followed at the club.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
' Mrs. Stephen Rudakiewicz of
Miramar, graduated from Me-
Arthur High School and Broward
Community College, where she
was a member of Delta Psi
Omega, national drama honor so-
' ciety.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Chasin. 19621 NE
' 18th PI., North Miami Beach,
' graduated from Miami Norland
High School and attended Miami-
Dade Junior College and Georgia
Southwestern College. He is
' presently associated with his
' father in the operation of Pen-
' man"s Restaurant, Opa-locka.
' The bride selected a gown of
white organza with heavy lace
embroidered flowers and cathe-
dral train for her wedding. Her
' bouquet was a cascade of white
sweetheart roses and stephanotis.
The couple was attended by
Mrs. Carolina Paetor. matron of
' honor; Debbie Rudakiewicz, maid
' of honor; Ellen P. Chasin. June
Calsl and Pitti Foaster, brides-
maids; Matthew Grinder, best
. and Don Grunzweig, Joe!
' Grunzweig, Douglas Roach and
Children To
Conduct JCC's
' Third Seder
Passover for the young families
of the Jewish Community Centers
' of South Florida in North Dade
will be celebrated in a special
way.
The children of the nursery
' school will conduct a unique
Third Seder Sunday, from 11:00
a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Washing-
ton Federal Bank Building, 633
' NE 167th St., North Miami Beach.
Abe Gittelson, assistant execu-
tive director of the Central
i Agency for Jewish Education will
lead *he seder. A luncheon will
be served appropriate to the
occasion. Reservations are limited
to the first 80 persons calling the
center.
The nursery school's spring
day camp. April 4 to 10 from 9:00
a.m. to noon will be open to
members and non members. The
program will include a Sabbath
party with Israeli songs and
dances, trips to a pet shop. T.Y.
Park, nature walk at Greynolds
Park and a trip to Hialeah Race
Track.
I
Ronnie Salstein To
Marry Steven Block
Mrs. Gloria Salstein. 1740 South
Glades Dr., North Miami Beach,
announces the engagement of her
daughter, Ronnie Beth, to Steven
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Block. 21244 NE 19th Ct.. North
Miami Beach, and Everett. Mass.,
the owners of Pastry Lane.
Ronnie graduated from North
Miami Beach Senior High School
and now attends Miami-Dade
Community College. Her fiance
graduated from Norland Senior
High School and attended North-
eastern College.
A spring wedding is planned.
WIDOWER
with college background, wlsh-
with college background, wishes
to meet lady of intelligence
and education. References ex-
changed. Write
W.W., Box 012974,
Miami 33101
Following a trin to Central
Florida, where they will visit
Robert Rudakiewicz. ushers.
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Upon their return, they will be
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Friday, March 28, 1975
Save Syrian Jewry Group
Asks for Passover Prayer At Temple Sinai
Program Begins
Adult Education
The Save Syrian Jewry Com-
mittee lias requested thai a spe-
cial prayer (or oppressed Jews
ol Syria be included as part of
every family and community
Seder which Ls to be read imme-
diately preceding the chanting
oi the final sentence In the Hag-
gadah, "L'ahana Haba-ah B'Ye-
rushalayim."
The prayer reads:
Tickets for Holiday on Ice
Available At N. Dade JCC
Tickets are available at the
JCC Trailers at 20400 NE 24th
Ave. for "Holiday on Ice,-' Sun-
day's spectacular ice show at the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Families may apply in two
ways for tickets. The entire
family may purchase tickets so
that they may go together, or
children may attend at a nominal
fee with the JCC providing trans-
portation and supervision for the
2:30 performance. Call the North
Dade JCC for information and
ticket reservations.
OCR fathers, on this festival of liber-
ation from slavery we lamment
the fate of our entrapped breth-
ren in Syria who live with a
daily threat of annihilation. May
your edemption of our forefa-
thers from Egypt, ,'t,000 years
ago, rekindle our desire to
struggle for their release.
"May we toil unceasingly to
secure their liberation from
may we realize this miracle
bondage and with your blessings
speedily in our own day. As our
captive brethren have chanted
from the Haggadah this evening
may we Join them in the closing
words which holds forth the
promise of tomorrow, the pro-
clamation of our unity as we
chant in one voice, 'Next Year
in Jerusalem'."
BANQUETThe Greater Miami
Hairdresser's Association will
hold a 7:30 banquet and dance
Tuesday, April 22, at Juanito's
Centro Vasco Restaurant. Curtis
Bryan. 2743 Coral Way. or Mario
Chuy may be contacted for in-
formation and reservations.
ii
In Loving Memory
MEYER "MIKE
FORER
A Good Life Has Its
Number of Days .
But a GOOD NAME
Lives on FOREVER!
We Miss You Very
Much...
Your Family,
Ida, Henry, Mindi, Joe
and Grandchildren
Jack, Michael and
Anna Louise
tnttrtd Into Eternal Rest March 29, 7967
Our
Best Wishes
for a
Joyous
Holiday
Westcliester
General Hospital
2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
MIAMI 33155
In cooperation with the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion, Temple Sinai of North Dade
began three 8-week Adult Educa-
tion Courses Tuesday evening,
Marrh 18.
The pilot course, called Jewish
Family Living and Learning, i<
specially designed for parents of
fifth grade students. The course
will include both in depth learn-
ing about holiday observances
and practices, and communal
celebrations paralleling the work
that fifth graders are covering in
their Sunday morning classes.
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi of Tem-
ple Sinai, will teach the course
together, with Stephanie Plum,
Temple Sinai's Education Direc-
tor, and Abe Gittelson of the
CAJE.
The course entitled Jews in
America will focus on the
American Jew as seen through
the writings of American Jewish
novelists such as Philip Roth.
Bernard Malamud and others.
That course will be taught by
Arthur Wohlgemuth. Director of
Division of Humanities, Miami-
Dade Community College, South
Campus.
The third course will explore
Jews Thru History from the Bible
to modern times, through the use
of films, audio visual materials
and group discussion. Richard
Corseri will be the instructor.
Civic League's
Banquet May 3
Plans have been completed for
the Miami Beach Civic League's
40th Anniversary Dinner-Dance to
be held at the Deauville Hotel,
Saturday evening. May 3.
The League, Miami Beach's
oldest service and civic organiza-
tion, will honor the City's "Man
of The Year," and the "Civic
Leaguer of the Year" on this
occasion, according to Miami
Beach Mayor Harold Rosen, 1975
president.
In charge of ticket sales for the
event is Dave Emmer. former
president of the League. The
price includes a reception, full-
course dinner, as well as dancing
and entertainment.
Tickets are available on a limit-
ed basis and reservations can be
made by calling Mr. Emmer.
Army Plans Revealed
TFI AVIV (JTA) The manpower division of Gen-
Ply Sent;-officers at GHQ briefing military correspon
dents here, said that all able-bodied personnel of military
age including recruits and reservists who are attach-
ed to real line non-combat units, will be reassigned to
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lood Pressure Alert May 3-4
ill Screen 100,000 Persons
[plans are underway for "Blood
h -uie Alert," a mass hyperten-
,. screening progam. for the
Lidents of Dade and Monroe
Vintics May 3 and 4.
|The Heart Association of Great-
Miami and the Kiwanis Clubs
ado and Monroe, co-sponsors,
fe set a goal of screening 100.-
people, 14 years and older,
m of charge during this two-
ly period.
[Blood Pressure Alert will be
le (if the largest screening pro
Jams ever undertaken in the
Jited States, according to Dr
pchard A. Elias, president of the
lart Association, and Dr. W. J.
|cihman. Special Project chair
an of the Florida District of
|v,uiis International.
olphin superstar Bob Griese
I serve as cochairman: his life,
dy. will share the "quarter-
bk" duties. Judy is a registered
fse and has worked as a volun-
in the Heart Association'?.
Irt Attack and Stroke Preven-
Program.
fBlood Pressure Alert" will be
I all-out team effort." said Bob,
iTe hope every member of the
imunity will participate be
jse in this 'game' we are fight-
to save lives."
Tooperating agencies include
Ide County Medical Association.
Ide County Healtn Department,
Immunity Action Agencies, fire
Apartments. Key Clubs and Cir-
K Clubs of Dade and Monroe
kd the Public School System.
[The sites for Blood Pressure
If it will be located in major
opping centers, savings and
in associations and neighbor-
centers. The sites or sta-
tions will be "manned" by volun-
teers from all of the cooperating
agencies plus physicians and
nurses, as well as volunteers of
the Heart Association and Ki-
wanis Club members.
Metro Mayor Steve Clark will
serve as honorary chairman.
Speaking on behalf of the
Heart Association, Dr. Elias said
that 30 to 50 screening sites are
under consideration and the
master plan will require the serv-
ices of 3.000 volunteers.
'Many volunteers," said Dr.
Elias. "already have signed up
for May 3 and 4 through the Ki-
wanis Clubs and the Heart As-
sociation. We already have some
commitments from nurses'
groups, paramedics, firemen,
medical technicians, and Key
and Circle K Club members as
well as from physicians."
Additional medical technicians
and medical personnel, qualified
to take blood pressures, are
needed for the screening. Phy-
sicians, nurses' organizations and
hospitals are being asked to help
recruit a large part of the volun-
teer task force.
Each screening consisting of a
blood pressure check and the
completion of a brief data form
will take approximately four
minutes. Volunteers will be as-
signed to four hour shifts. Non-
professional volunteers will be
needed to handle paper work and
other miscellaneous tasks. Volun-
teers are asked to call Mrs. Nata-
lie Grav at the Heart Association
Office.
"If Blood Pressure Alert is as
successful as we think it will be."
said Dr. Blechman, "it could be
the forerunner of a nationwide
program in May of 76, co-spon-
sored by Kiwanis International
and the American Heart Associa-
tion"
Dr. Elias explained that even
though modern science has en-
abled the physician to effectively
treat hypertension, the disease is
still generally misunderstood by
the public.
"Too many people are under
the mistaken impression that it's
the hyperactive individual who
is most susceptible to high blood
pressure. However, the cool, calm
and low-keyed individual has the
same chance of having high
blood pressure as the nervous.
high strung type. And that's why
it's called the 'silent killer.'"
Figures show that of the 23
million Americans who have high
blood pressure, half do not even
know they have it and. conse-
quently, are not being medically
treated.
With special emphasis now on
the prevention of heart disease,
which is still rated the Number
One Killer in the country. Blood
Pressure Alert will perform an
important and vital public health
service to the residents of South
Florida.
DIMDEND The Board of
Directors of Jefferson Bancorp
Inc.. a registered bank holding
company headquartered in Miami
Beach, has announced a 5 per
cent stock dividend. The stock
dividend will be issued May 1 to
shareholders of record as of April
15. By declaration of this stock
dividend, Jefferson Bancorp, is
continuing its policy of payment
of an annual stock dividend.
Aliza Kashi Featured Saturday In
So. Dade Hebrew Academy Benefit
Singer commedienne actress
Alba Kashi will appear in con-
cert with a full orchestra and an
all-star cast Saturday evening in
the Miami Beach Auditorium: the
8:30 p.m. show is being sponsored
by the South Dade Hebrew
Academy.
Miss Kashi, who appeared with
the road company of "Golden
Rainbow," has been featured on
the tferv Griffin television show
179 times. She was also a favorite
of the late Jack Benny, and an
peared with him in a number of
night el ub performances.
Thi- song stylist, born in Is
rael of Persian parents, will an-
pear here for one night only. For
tickets, reservations and Informa-
tion on groUD discounts, contact
American General Entertain-
ment
Tickets arc also available at
Jordan Marsh stores downtown,
163rd Street and Dadeland.
ALIZA KASHI
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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Phone 944-0063
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The Jewish Community
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MIAMI
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Miami, Florida Friday, March 28, 1975
Section B
Goldberg, Greenherg, Schantz
Cochairing Scholarship Ball
A record attendance U ex-
pected for the Lehrman Day
School Scholarship Ball, sched-
uled Saturday. April 5, In the
Friedland Ballroom of Temple
Emanu El, chairman Carol
Greenberg said Wednesday as
plans for the black-tie dinner
and dance were announ
Greenberg said there will hi*
no speeches during the dinner
other than a brief report on the
school's progress by Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader in
vhose honor the South'a largest
Conservative Hebrew day school
Li named.
Jerry Marshall and his so-
ciety orchestra will play con-
tinuous music during the eve-
ning, which will begin with an
8 p.m. cocktail reception. Stu-
dents of the Lehrman Day
School will present a short play
t.i open the evening's festivities,
according to Lawrence M.
Schantz, cochairman of the func-
tion.
Barton Goldberg, another co-
chairman, emphasized that there
will be no lund raising at the
Scholarship Ball. A campaign
to secure S750 annual scholar-
ships, with donors receiving two
tickets to the Ball, is underway,
Goldberg said.
Greenberg noted that the
Lehrman Day School seeks com-
munity support for this func-
tion inasmuch as close to half of
the students are families of non-
members of Temple Emanu-EI.
In addition, he pointed out,
the Lehrman Day School re-
ceives no funds from the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, the
CJA-IEF or other outside
sourches and de|>ends entirely
on the Scholarship Ball to meet
its scholarship program obliga-
tions.
Gov. Askew Proclaims Week
'Fla. Derby Festival Days'
The seven-day period leading
up to the running of the $125,000
added Florid =i Derby, Saturday
was designated the "Florida
Derby Festival Days'' under a
formal proclamation of Florida
Gov, Rcubin Askew. The proc-
lamation confers official status
on the round of events leading up
to the climatic moment when the
horses enter the starting gate
for Florida's richest race.
R:ice-> honoring the Florida
Derby will b" run at the Holly
wood Dog Track. Miami Beach
Kennel Club. Miami Jai-Alai and
P:mipano Raceway during the
Festival Days.
Youn Israel Auction
The Young Israel of Greater
Miami is holding its annual auc-
tion Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the
Washisgton Wederal Auditorium.
633 N'E 167th St., North Miami
Beach. All new merchandise is
beine offered.
Special Seders, Passover Foods
Offered At Federation Meal Sites
As the Jewish people throughout the world celebrate the
holiday of Passover, the elderly on Miami Beach were able to
paiticipate in special seders through the efforts of the Jewish
Vocational Service's Nutritional Project.
In addition to conducting a full Passover Seder at each of
the five meal sites on Miami Beach, more than 1,200 elderly
Jews were provided with food packages containing the t;;i :>
tional Passover foods so that they could continue to observe
the holidciy throughout the week.
This special Passover effort was made possible through a
generous grant from the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida
with the cooperation of the Jewish Vocational Service, the
South Beach Activities Center, and the Miami Jewish H
ami Hospital for the Aged.
These three agencies are members of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's family of local agencies and beneficiaries of
the Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
In December 1973, the Jewish Vocational Service started
the Nutritional Project which provides 940 free, hot kosher
meals five days a week at five different sites. JVS recently
began the Meals-On-Wheels Program, which provides for the
delivery of 30 meals a day to the elderly homebound of Miami
Beach.


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'Evening With Elie WieseV
A t Beth Sholom April 6
"An Evening With Elie Wlc
sel." the internationally famous
writer, playwright, and noet. will
culminate a two-month observ
. anee of the 30th Anniversary of
Rabbi I.eon Kronish at Temple
Beth Sholom of G liaiiu.
Mr. Wiesel will s\ Bi th
Sholom, 4144 < hi -
Beach, al 8:15 p.m. Sunday.
April G.
Acclaimed as one of the lead-
writers of our time and an
outstanding voice fur the human
conscience. Elie Wiesel is Dis-
tinguished Prof ii of Judaic
Studies at City College. New
York.
Books by Mr. Wiesel include
the autobiography "Night."' and
the novels: 'Dawn.' The Acci-
dent."' "The Town Beyond the
Wall." The Gates of the Forest,"
'Beggar in Jerusalem" and "The
Oath."
"The Jews of Silence." Is a
personal report on the plight of
Soviet Jewry, while his play.
"The Madness of God.' recently
premiered in Washington, deals
with the same theme. His works
also include "Legends of Our
Time," and "One Generation Af-
ter," collections of essays and
stories, and "Souls on Fire: Ha-
sidie Portraits and Tales."
Mr Wiesel is the recipient of
many honors, including National
Jewish Book Council Awards in
1!)64 and 1973: the Jewish Heri-
tage Award for Jewi-h Literature
in 196G. and the 1968 Prix Medi
cis for "Beggar In Jerusalem"
In addition, he holds honorary
doctorates from The Jewish The-
ological Seminary. Yeshiva Uni-
versity. Boston University and
ELIE WIESEL
many other institutions.
His plav. "Zalmen or the Mad-
ness of God" was recently shown
on nationwide television and his
article. '"Ominous Signs and Un-
speakable Thoughts." was just
published in The New York
Times.
James S. Knopke. president of
Beth Sholom. announces that this
program is open to the general
public.
"This internationally famous
writer, poet and playwright will
spend this evening with usin-
terestingly enoughas Jewry all
over the world is in the midst of
observing the thirtieth anniver-
sary of the Holocaust, of which
Elie Wiesel is the unparalled
chronicler." states Mr. Knopke.
Ticket; are available at the
temple office; at Allegro Music
House, Coral Gables: Miami
Beach Radio Co., Lincoln Road:
Photo Center Stores, Dadeland
and 163rd Street; and Al's
Camera Shop. Normandy Isle.
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Mother-Child*
Luncheon April 9
The "Mother-Child" Luncheon,
an annual event sponsored by
the Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
ami Sisterhood, will take plaer at
noon Wednea-
! iv, V"
in the Wolfsofl
Auditorium,
The enter-
tainment will
include a duo-
el how bv
celebrated pup
r>"tcer Tommy
Tr 'lit and s
fa hion show
b v Sunt irs,
Inc.. wjth
p r o d s from
F.A.O. Schwarz. and commentary
bv ch. 2 interviewer Jeanne
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Call the Temple I-rael offic?
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Art-Judaica Auction
Gulfstream Chapter. Women's
American ORT. is sponsoring an
auction of fine art and Judaica
Sterling silver jewelry Saturday
at 8::30 p.m. in the Americana
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which is being conducted by })r'
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Ben Botwinick Appointed Chairman
Of Society Of Fellows Committee
Ben Botwinick, a civic and
community leader, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Initial
Gifts Committee of the Society
of Fellows, the fund raising arm
of the Anti-Defamation League,
it was announced this week.
Mr. Botwinick, a CPA of na-
tional reputation, is chairman of
the executive committee and vice
president of Shenandoah Corp.,
chairman of the Taxicab Owners
Cooperative, Inc., and a member
of the board of directors of Kel-
ler Industries, Inc.
In addition to being on the
Executive Committee of the
Anti-Defamation League, Mr.
Botwinick belongs to the Prime
Minister's Club of Bonds for Is-
rael and to the Committee of 100
of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
In announcing the appoint-
ment, Richard Essen, chairman
of the Executive Committee of
ADL and chairman of the So-
ciety of Fellows, said, "We are
most fortunate to have obtained
the services of a person like Ben
Botwinick to chair this important
committee. His many years of sig-
nificant contributions to the mem-
bers of our community and New
York City illustrate the im-
portance of his appointment by
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Israel Independence Day
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Beach Convention Hall April 15
as South Florida Jewu stage*
the largest and most significant
celebration of Israel Indepen-
dence Day since the Jewish state
was established 27 years ago.
In announcing Ambassador
Soffer's acceptance, Harriet (Mrs.
Milton) Green, president of th*
South Florida Zionist Federation
noted that Greater Miami's cele-
bration of Yom HaaUmaut (Is-
rael Independence Day) has been
the biggest in the nation for the
past four years.
"This fact, coupled with the
tremendous rate of growth of
the Jewish population in South
Florida, influenced the Govern-
ment of Israel in its decision to
send Ambassador Soffer here."
Shmuel Fersko, noted Israeli
composer and pianist, is assem-
i'iiiwt mi alWtar cast ^#> singers-
and dancers, known as the Israel
Independence Players, to headline
the entertainment program spon-
sored by the American Zionist
Federation and all constituent
Zionist organizations in Dade and
Broward counties.
A United States Senator will
serve as the keynote speaker for
the community-wide rally. Re-
served seats are available at the
Zionist Federation offices. 605
Lincoln Road Building, or at the
offices of Pioneer Women. Ha-
dassah, Mizrachi. Zionist Organl
zation of America. B'nai Zion,
Farband and other participating
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Miami Hadassah
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Monday. April 7, meeting of the
Eleanor Roosevelt Group. Miami
Chapter of Hadassah at 1245
p.m. in the Marlen Gardens Audi-
torium with Mrs. Emanuel Reiss,
presiding.
A "Night in Israel" was spon-
sored by the group and the Mar-
Lcn Garden's Women's Club, in
the Marlen Auditorium recently
with Mrs. Emanuel Reiss and
Mrs. Ray Grossman as cochair-
pcrsons. Mrs. Belle Kaminsky
was the 1975 Honoree. Mrs. Ma-
tie Weintraub and Mrs. Israel
Levine are the group's Israel
Bond chairpersons.
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According to Mrs. Morris Lau-
retz. president. Mt. Scopus Group
will have its membership meet-
ing at p.m. Monday. April 7.
ft the First Federal Bank. 2750
Coral Way. The highlights of the
meeting will Include a luncheon,
card party and election of of-
ficers.
B'nai BVith Women Install '75
Officers At 27th Annual Luncheon
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables held its 27th annual donor
luncheon award presentation and
installation la=t week at the Mar-
riott Hotel, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Sam Weinstein and
her cocHairman. Mrs. Phil Marks.
Plaques were presented to Mrs.
Herman Taylor. "Woman of the
Year," and to Mrs. Morris Gust-
man who had the most donor
credits; Mrs. Bernard Katz also
presented a gift of thanks to
Mrs. Herbert Schurowitz, outgo-
ing president, for the outstand-
ing job done during her four one-
year terms.
Entertainment was provided by
Trudy Lawrence and her accom-
panist, who presented songs and
jokes in English and Yiddish.
Officers for the coming year
were installed by Mrs. Sam Nie-
berg, past president of the Chap-
ter. They include Helen Kurland,
president; Gert Kanzer, fund-
raising vice president; Pearl
Herbert, membership vice presi-
dent; Francine Feinstein, finan-
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corresponding secretary; Rea
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Friday, March 28, 1975
More than 100 members of the
PaJlot family celebrated their
24th annual gathering for the
First Seder at the Fontainebleau
Hotel Wednesday to usher in the
Passover festivities.
Four generations were repre-
sented! with. local banking execu-
tive "& Albert ballot and his
wife Honey, acting as co-hosta
and master-of-ceremonles.
Each of the adults read a por-
tion of the Haggadah describing
the events leading to the freedom
of the Israelites, and all the
children joined in asking the
Four Questions traditionally ex
pressed by the youngest child in
the family.
Representing the "nephew gen-
eration" were: Norton Pallot,
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and Richard Horwich, Richard ('.
Schulman, Sidney Ho.lander.
Howard KaUen, i'.-tci Paliot .!
Dr. Hy Robert-, of West Pain
Beach.
Al Pallot's sisters. Mrs. Lillian
Schulman and Mrs. Betty Klein
of Palm Beach, Were a:so pre*
ent.
Others from the immediate Pal-
lot family included his sons-in-
law Rodney Gabai and Arvln
Peltz, and their wives, and Mr.
and Mrs. Laurence S. Hermelce
and Bruce Hermelee. Also. Pal-
lot's sisters-in-law. Mesdames
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Gertrude, Beulah, Jean, and Julia
Pa.lot.
Mrs. Frieda Royenthal, sister
bT'the Harry Schulmans, caine in
from Springfield, Mass.. to take
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Phone 379-6290
Pioneer Women
Planning For
Golden Jubilee
Chapters of the Pioneer Wom-
en continue their year-long cele-
bration of the organization's 50th
anniversary as leaders of the
South Florida Council plan for
the Golden Jubilee national con-
vention to be held in Miami
Beach in October.
Hi Rise Tikvah Group will
meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Forte Towers card room.
1200 West Ave., with former na-
tional president Clara Leff of
New York as the guest speaker
Pauline Finkelstein, president,
said the session L> free and open
to the general public.
Chai Chapter will meet Tues-
day at 12:30 p.m. in the Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Associa
tion auditorium, 1200 Lincoln
Rd., with Ida Kovalsky, presi-
dent, speaking on the forthcom-
ing (April 15) 27th anniversary
of the State of Israel. Guest
artist Esther Weinstein will ling
a special medley of tunes in
tribute to the Jewish nation's
birthday. Refreshments will be
served; the public is invited.
The Pioneer Women Child
Rescue Fund will benefit from
an April 7 merchandise sale on
the lawn at 1568 Drexel Ave,
Miami Beach. Mrs. Joseph Hoff-
man is chairman of the fund-
raising effort, according to Mrd.
George I.iebmann, president of
Club No. 2 of Pioneer Women
sponsors of the sale.
Scenes From Plav
Replace Sermon
At Beth Sholom
In observance of the 30th an-
niversary of the Holocaust,
scenes from the play "The Diary
of Anne Frank." one of the most
poignant descriptions of this
tragic episode in Jewish history,
will replace the sermon at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom of Greater Mi
ami Friday evening.
Students of the Drama Depart-
ment of Beth Sholom's School for
Living Judaism, under the direc-
tion of Jay Jensen, drama coach,
will present the performance
with commentary by the temple's
spiritual leader, Dr. Leon Kro-
nish.
"It is, of course, not only Ann*
Frank whom we remember this
year. There were 1.000.000 other
children slaughtered by the Nazis
plus 5,000,000 other Jews. This
years marks the 30th anniversary
of the liberation of the death
camps and Anne Frank's father
was among the few who were
liberated." says Rabbi Kronish.
Anne Frank was born in Frank-
furt, Germany. When she was
four years old. her family fled
to Amsterdam. Holland. In 1942.
when the deportation of the
Dutch Jews began, the family
went into hiding ;n the rooms in
back of the offices of Frank's
business premises. They were
sustained by friendly Gentiles
from July 9. 1942 to Auaust 4.
1944, when they were discovered
by the Germans.
During the period of hiding.
Anne wrote the famous "Diary."
as well as several short stories.
The first edition appeared in
1947. It was widely translated
and presented on the staee.____
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Arthur H. Courshon. chairman
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establishment of a commerci.il
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of Leonard H. Zigman, senior vice
president of the banks, to head
the division.
Mr. Zigman's prime responsi-
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be tV commercial business de-
velopment division although he
will still continue BS a consultant
to the commercial finance divi-
sion.
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Miami Observes 'ORT Day 1975'
Every Jew who keeps silent
lilenCPS the Jewish People"
was the theme of a South-
eastern Florida Region, Women's
American ORT, meeting held on
the eve of "ORT Day 1975."
The mood was set by Mrs. Cyn-
thia Kronish, executive commit-
tee chairman, in her opening ad-
dress. "All prospective members
will be asked to commit them-
gelvei to the ORT philosophy
'the dignity of work skills are
Ihe salvation of mankind and the
wealth of nations.'" she said.
This event was one of a series
marking the annual observance
of "ORT Day" across the nation.
This year 120.000 members of
Women's American ORT in 40
nations supporting the ORT pro-
i in 925 chapters, are par-
ticipating in ORT Day activities.
Heeding the message of Prime
Minister Vitzak Rabin, who said
A a rou Bookspa n
Exalted Ruler Of
M.B. Elks Lodge
Aaron Rookspan. a Miami
Beach businessman and civic
leader, will be now Exalted Rul-
er of the Miami Beach Elks
No. 1601.
The new exalted ruler, who
has been a member of the lodge
for over 20 years, expects to
inaugurate a new charity pro
gram in which the lodge will par-
ticipate.
The lodge also elected P.E.R
Edward Newmai. E-steemed
Leading Knight: Richard Drager.
Esteemed Loyal Knight: Robert
Lynne. Esteemed Lecturing
Knight: Irving C. Weinstein. sec-
retary; Ernest Bernstein, treas-
urer: Fred Snyder. tiler: P.E.R.
David Drucker and PER. Ted
Cohen, trustees, and Sam Bau-
man. trustee emeritus.
"Now more than ever Israe
needs the quality and commit
ment which have always charac
terized "the work of ORT;
therefore call upon you to re
double your efforts for the ex
pansion of ORT in Israel," Worn
en's American ORT will do "more
than ever before to give the
Israeli educational system the
help it so desperately needs to
train ski'.led manpower," accord-
ing to Mrs. Esther Belter, vice
president member-hin, "ORT
Day" Campaign Chairman.
Mrs. Felice Traktman, presi-
dent of the Southeastern Florida
Region, said, 'Recent events in
Israel have made ORT's vital
contribution to the national
economy even more important
than it has ever been.
"ORT in Israel." she added,
"is a major contributor to the
economic welfare and viability
of the nation and we of Women's
American ORT will step ud our
efforts to provide more and b"t
tor vocational education and
training for the Israelis."
Mrs. Traktman pointed that
Premier Rabin had asked OUT
to "join in the challenge of build-
ing Israel and in the consolida-
tion of its strength, wherein lies
the hope for peace.''
ORT-Israel graduated Its ioo,-
000th student lust a week before
the outbreak of the Yom Kippur
War in 1973, More than a quar-
ter of a million Israelis have
received out trainina in one
country or another.
ORT, the vocational training
program of the Jewish people has
provided more than a million
people with modern trades since
its inception in 1880.
In observance of "ORT Day
1975" Southeastern Florida Re-
gion received proclamations
from Florida's Gov. Reubin As-
key, and Mayors Stephen P.
("lark, Maurice Ferre. Harold
Rosen. Jani"s Reardon, Robert
Knight, Jack Block and Dale
Bennett. Tributes to the work of
ORT over the past nine decades
were received from congressmen,
senators and educators.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
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Extend to The Jewish Floridian and its hosts of readers
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The couple plans a summer
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Miami Ad Club Presents Award To Reject Aid To Cambodia, NCJW Says
C Of C President Sidney Levin
The Advertsing Federation of
Greater Miami presented its an
nual awards Tuesday evening in
ceremonies highlighted by a new
Advertising Community Service
Atfard to Sidney LeVih. president
of the Greater Miami Chamber
of Commerce.
Honored for his contributions
'both to advertising and the com-
munity, Levin, executive vice
president of radio station WKAT,
Was the founding president of
[he Greater Miami Broadcasters'
Association. He is also a past
president of the Miami Associa-
tion of Food and Trades, the
Touchdown Club of Miami and
the Citizens' Safety Council.
Awarded the American Adver-
tising Federation's Silver Medal
by the local club was Harold L.
Dawson, who heads his own Duh
Ushers' representative firm with
offices in Miami and Atlanta. A
/former advertising director of
Dell Publishing Company and a
past president of the Association
of Screen Magazine Publishers.
Dawson is a 40-year veteran in
the advertising field.
Advertising Personality of the
Year honors went to Ray Allen
of the Caravetta, Allen, Kim-
brough advertising agency, for
his recent chairmanship of the
Miami Advertising Federation's
highly successful 1974 Addy
Awards competition.
NEW YORK The National
Council of Jewish Women at the
conclusion of its 31st national bi-
enniel convention in San Fran-
cisco March 9 to 13 called on
Congress to reject any attempts
to provide additional military aid
to Cambodia.
Terming this country's Cam-
bodia policy "a national disaster.''
Esther Landa, newly elected na-
tional president of the National
Council of Jewish Women, urged
President Ford to "abandon our
S-utlvast Asia policy which has
f:iilcd to achieve our objective of
establishing peace in this area of
the world.''
The convention body expressed
outrage at the continued tragedy
in the life of the once proud
Jewish community in Syria. Pro-
'"^tins? tho acts of barbarism now
suffered by the remnant of continued efforts by the exec*
Syrian Jewry, the delegates urg- live branch of our government in
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Religious Services
MIAMI
A s A V A T SMmLOM CONGREGA-
TION <95 SW 67th Ave. 0-thodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aroi.. 1
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Av.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
t
|TH AM 'Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
K>r.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her*
"! M. Baumqard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
1ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lioaon. 4-A
1ETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW
120th St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Linson. 4 B
NORTH MIAMI BtACH
AGUDAS ACHIM Nl'SACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Mordecai Chaimo-
"'? V.
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1028
N.E. Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Cantor Ian Alpern. 33
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Keligious Community Center. 19254
NHE 3rd.Ave Orthodox. 33-A
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BETH TORAh. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Mx Lip-
achltz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson.
34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
mq. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
South Florida Leaders Elected
To Bank Of Miami Beach Board
'ETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
SUM. Rev. Mendel Gutter-man. 6
ETH TOV (Temple-.. 438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru-
bel. 8
SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 19151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick. 38
'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YCUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Sunset Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 8-A
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19m St. Ketorm.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zev Leff. 39
CORAL GAMS
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
heform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen-
stal. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
ISPAEUTE LFNTER 3175 SW ?5th ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
St. Conservative Rabhi Solomon Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein.
WaiJenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass 41
---------------------- SURFSIDC
OR OLOM (Tempi*) S755 SW 16th MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
St. Conservative. Habbi David M. 9348 Hardinq Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Baror. Canto- Stanley Hich. 13 Isaac D. Vine. 50
TEMPLE ISRAEL-SOUTH (Formerly
Beth Tikva) 90?5 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
SAMU SL. (Temole) 890(1 SW 107th
Ave.. Suite 306. Rabbi Maxwell
Berqer g
TIFERETH ISRAEL (Tempie). 6500
N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Se.-mour Hmi ea
fOKT lAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Pa--k Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labowitz Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Rrfom. habbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd Con-
serva'ive. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Hel'man. if
HI All AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan Zolondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
2225 NE 121st St. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Yehuda Binyamin. 35
MIAMI BtACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. 17
BETH EL. 2400 Pira Trea Dr.
Orthodox. 5
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
COrtAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Reform. 3501 Univer-
sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9100
NW 57th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Milton J. Gross. 44.a
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 3891 Stirling Rd. Si
P0MPAN0 BtACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th St. 44.B
IETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
18
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. 48
HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 416 NE 8th Ave. Rabbi
Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger. 12
HOLLYWOOD
BETH El (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Roienfeld 48
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef.
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
___________ 20
BETH SHOiLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 1031
Lincoln Rd. Modern Conservative.
Rabbi David Raab. Cantor Morde-
cai Yardeini. 21-A
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE
CATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
B'NAI ZION (Temple). 200.178th St.,
Miami Bach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham
I. Jacobson 22-B
BETH FHALOM (Temple). 4801 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi Chaim S. Listfield.
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TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 SW 62nd Ave., Hollywood. Rabbi
David Rosenfield. 47.B
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 5100 Sher-
dan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 41.c
MIKAMAK
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW S5th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avronv Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Kester. 4%
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWI8H CENTER.
183 ME 8th St. Conservative. M
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGAT.'ON. 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Maaliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 28
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Enael. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Racol Mayer Abram-
owitz Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
NER TAMID (Temple). 79th St. and
Carlyle Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Eupene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 BoniU Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weber,
man. 30
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
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Cantor Murray Yavneh 32-A
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Three South Florida business
,and jivic leaders have been
elected to the board of the Bank
of Miami Beach, board chairman
Benjamin I. Shulman has an-
nounced.
The new members of the board
are Fred Stanton Smith, presi-
dent of The Keyes Company, the
Smith's largest real estate or-
ganization; Amadeo Lopez Cas-
tro, Jr., president of Biscayne In-
ternational Realty Corporation,
builders and developers, and
Charles Rosenblatt, nresident of
the Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach Men's Club and vice pres-
ident of the Juvenile Diabetes
Foundation.
Shulman said their election
"brings new strength to the
board of the Bank of Miami
Beach as we prepare to celebrate
our 20th anniversary this sum-
mer."
The Bank of Miami Beach, lo-
cated at 93n Washington Ave.. is
constructing a new remote facili-
ty at th" corner of Alton Road
and 10th Street.
Smith, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami, h a former
executive vice president of the
Miami Board of Realtors. As
president of Keyes Realty Inter-
national. Inc., he is credited with
having sold more than $20 mil-
lion worth of United States in-
come producing property in a
one-year period.
Lopez Castro is the former
vice president of Trust Mortgage
Corporation, in charge of the en-
gineering and underwriting de-
partments. A graduate of Cornell
University, where he majored in
Civil Engineering, he has had an
extensive career in the fields of
mortgage finance, engineering
and construction.
Rosenblatt, who attended Long
Island University, is a former Emanu-El Players, a member of
owner j^f Jhq.Sjjrre/ito^IJptel in ^the congregation's board of di-
Miami" Beach and owner of the rectors and a member of the Jew-
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creditors
Dr. Max A. Uoschifz Rabbi Barry Altman
devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
FREDERICK LACHMAN
Executive Editor
Encyclopaedia Judaica
blow and when did the
lnagogue come into extst-
ke?
le synagogue, together with
Temple, is the most impor-
institution in Judaism. Nev-
less. says the authoritative
Jclopaedia Judaica, there are
Bt no historical dates to es-
its origin. Its birth was
ctica
unheralded and unrecorded and
in matured in equal obscurity.
The synagogue made its first
recorded appearance as a fully
grown and firmly established in-
stitution about the first century
of the Christian era. Scholars al-
most universally agree that one
must look to the period of the
Babylonian Exile for the origin
of the synagogue. Jews exiled in
a strange land, deprived of their
Temole and needing consolation
Issues And Answers...
Our Rabbis' Views
loredom and Violence
By RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Temple Zion
|What has happened to the great ideals of western civilization?
is the cult of violence so popular today and why are people
ally getting away with murder in broad daylight or in the pres-
of so many do-nothing bystanders?
"What disturbs so many of us is the widespread conviction that
ever -increasing incidence of burglar}', vandalism, assault, rape and
^cr are not isolated phenomena in America. The eruption of viol-
being accepted as an American way of life.
'ERIIAPS MORE exasperating to contemporary viewers of the
rican scene have been the numerous instances of respectable
Ins showing an alarming indifference or disinclination to become
Ived or notify the police when a crime is committed.
Children as well as adults are being conditioned to violence in all
public mediamovies, television, radio, magazines, newspapers
are therefore affected adversely.
There arc many diagnoses for the aforementioned ills in our so-
-ranging from environmental causes, insecurity, the atomic
t>. to the theory that the age in which we live has insured man to
ality as a result of mass exposure to brutality from the Nazis
fcgh World War II. Korea. South Vietnam, the Middle East wars
inny smaller conflicts and danger spot.
)urs is a bored and violent generation. The core of the crisis as
observer sees it is one of tedium.
DIE PROBLEMS today arise essentially out of boredom. Man-
Is in a world-wide crisis of the spirit. For too many people, life
^ningless. People no longer spem to know they are alive,
indalism and callousness, so ever present in our society to-
Rence themselves not only in our run-down neighborhoods,
in our wealthier localities.
much of our despair over the futility of life and a pessimism
future of mankind stems also from the weakened and inef-
role from which organized religion suffers today,
rue. currently there is the highest tabulation of church and
kgue affiliation in the history of the United States, and a vast
[templated building program with its proliferation of houses of
, all over the country. Yet church and synagogue influence is
pry low point-not commensurate at all with its great and in-
i\e potential.
was John Ruskin. the English historian and essayist who said:
\ing that makes religion a second object, makes religion no
God will put up with many things in the heart, but this is
ins He will not put up with, second place. He who offers God
pplace offers Him no place."
_ I ADD any commentary to this incisive observation.
_ main concern is that people pay too much lip service to our
'igBs institutions. They belong in theorybut in practice reduce
Bligion, church, synagogue and their great truths to a sub-
Je role.
proper understanding of our historic and traditional Jewish
is the antidote to destructive tendencies. To be sure, many will
agree that the urge to violence is potentially a part of every man
because it is the principal means of giving expression to his desires
aadUstrations. Judaism recognizes this deep seated urge. Never-
thelA it has faith that brutality can be controlled, and that mans
penchant for terrorism can be altered.
Mat is required is a long range plan and campaign for the moral
educSBon of everyone.
OUR JEWISH tradition assumes this assignment by setting pat-
tern*'and examples of high ethical conductby cultivating habits
which stress moral behavior and by endorsing these standards
.through legal enactments and ritual practices.
Judaism enjoys a genius for translating abstract ethical princi-
es into concrete norms of conduct. In our day and age. we must
offering alibis for our widespread moral laxity. No matter what
tar degree of guilt by active or passive acquiescence, we are not
beyond redemption. Man. like the plowshare, can take a lot of blows
|but he must in turn be sharpened by them.
in their distress, met from time
to time, probably on Sabbath and
read the scriptures. In Ezekiel,
the prophet of that Exile, one
finds the first probable referenc-
es to it. *
In the repeated mention of the
assembly of the elders before
Ezekiel (8:6. 14:1. 20:1), one may
point to the actual beginning of
the synagogue. More definite,
however, is the reference to the
"little sanctuary" (11:16) which
the Talmud applies to the syna-
gogue. Although there was an or-
ganic relation between Temple
and synagogue during the period
of the Second Temple, from the
moment the Temple was destroy-
ed and in the Diaspora before
then, the phrase "little sanctu-
ary" faithfully indicates the role
of the synagogue in the thoughts
and lives of the people. The En-
cyclopaedia Judaica points out.
however, that a few scholars do
not accept this explanation. They
persist in dating the beginnings
of the synagogue to the First
Temple period.
It can be assumed that the
returned Exiles during the times
of Ezra and Nehemmiah brought
with them the rudiments of that
institution which they had de-
veloped during their exile. Ob-
viously, in the Diaspora the need
for local places of worship was
much more keenly felt than in
the Jewish homeland. In the
homeland the Temple attracted
the main religious loyalties and
affections of the people: no such
rival existed in the Diaspora. It
is therefore not surprising that
it is in the Diaspora, and partic-
ularly in Egypt, thjt archaeolog-
ical discoveries have revealed the
remains of the earliest syna-
gogues, dating back to a time
before the first century.
It is in the first century C.E.,
however, that the synagogue sud-
denly emerges as a well estab-
lished and ancient institution,
the very center of the social and
religious life of the people, un-
rivaled in the Diasoora. and har-
moniously co-existing with the
Temple in Jerusalem. All literary
and archaeological sources, the
Judaica states, afford evidence of
the existence of the synagogue,
with every indication that it was
not a new institution. Philo
states that the large population
of Alexandria had many syna-
gogues in many sections of the
city. The Talmud even describes
a great synagogue there which
was so huge that the voice of the
precentor was inaudible and
flags had to be waved to indicate
to the worshippers when they
should make their responses.
With thp destruction of the
Temple, and the consequent auto-
matic cessation of the sacrificial
service, the synagogue, inside and
outside of the Land of Israel, re-
mained without a rival as the
focus and center of Jewish re-
ligious life.
TV Programs
SUNDAY, MARCH 30
"The Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TV. Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m.
Host: Rabbi Victor Zwelling
Congregation B'nai
Raphael
"The Still Small Voice"
WCKT-TV. Ch. 7. 10 a.m.
Host: Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard
Temple Beth Am
Guests: Rev. Edward Graham
Rev. Ralph Huston
Topic: "Passion of Mankind
in this Passover-Easter
Season."
Great Jewish Personalities
Baal Shem Tov (The Besht)
Baal Shem Tov; A Religion of Joy
RABBI VICTOR D. ZWELLING
Congregation B'nai Raphael
-In speaking of one of my fa-
vorite personalities of Jewish his-
tory. I do so not as a Hasid and
most assuredly not as a "Mit-
nagid." The one I most admire is
Israel ben Eliezer better known
as The Baal Shem Tov or the
Besht.
The life of the Besht is so
enmeshed in lore, it is near im-
possible to separate the legend-
ary from the historical.
The exact place of. his birth Is
unclear. He was born at the be-
ginning of the 18th century and
died in 1760. During the span of
these years, the Besht fathered
the Hasidism that we know today.
The fact of his rising to promi-
nence through the working of
miracles a nd the writing of
amulets should neither surprise
nor embarrass us. This was a-
common and accepted a mode of
attracting attention and adherents
in those days, as catchy sermon
titles and controversial stands are
today.
Though the teachings of the
Besht were an antidote and coun-
terforce to an existing imbalance
in the Judaism of his day. those
teachings are still a great value
and force in our time.
The two greatest legacies of
the Besht were his teachings with
regard to the intrinsic and poten-
tial worth of every human being
and the appropriate manner in
which to serve the Almighty.
Attaching the prevailing tenor
of his dav. the Besht taught that
intellectual ability is not the ulti-
mate criteria of man's worth. To
him the Biblical injunction to
know God in all His ways meant
that God could be perceived
through prayer and the phe-
nomena of nature as well as
through His words of the Torah
and. Talmud.
Not everyone could become an
outstanding Talmudic scholar,
yet each soul has the ability to
cling to the Almighty in prayer.
This teaching of the Besht has
given heart and nuroose to many
who otherwise would have seen
themselves relegated to a sec-
ondary position in Judaism.
The second great teaching of
the Besht came to counter the
asceticism which characterized
the Judaism of his day. To him
Judaism was to be enjoved, not
to be borne. He stressed joy and
gladness as a basic component of
service to God. He re-emphasized
the Psalmist's injunction "Serve
God with joy" and the admoni-
tion of the Torah. "Because you
did not serve the Lord in joy...
you shall serve your enemy in
want of all things."
To this day it is a service of
son; and dance which character-
izes his descendants The Chasid
involves his emotions and feel-
ings as well as his mind and his
reason in the worship of God.
The Besht should not be held
responsible for the later abuses
of Hasidism. As is often the case
the disciples, being more zealous
than the master, carried the mes-
sage of the B"sh: to extremes
and to a doctrinaire level that
would indeed embarrass their
master.
The revival of neo-Hasidism to-
day, however, bespeaks of the
validity and timelessness of the
message of Israel Baal Shem Tov.
Question Box
By P.ABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why were animal sacrifices
part of Jewish tradition?
A variety of reasons are of-
fered for this phenomenon. Some
claim that the sacifice of the
animal was a symbol of the
destruction of the animal nature
of man which leads man astray.
This nature of desire and lust
must be curtailed and held in
abeyance and subject to man's
spiritual nature. (Sefer ha-
Chinuch).
Maimonides is well-known for
his theory that animal sacrifice,
under control and limited by
Jewish laws, was instituted to
draw people away from pagan
rituals of those days which went
way beyond human reason and
dignity at times.
Others (e.g., Nahmanldesj
claimed that the sacrifice of the
animal showed man that he owed
the Almighty, either by gratitude
00 guilt, his very own life. The
animal was a substitute for hu-
man life which was either for-
feited through sin or owed in
thanks to its Maker.
One who feels close to some-
one or who was separated and
again wishes to feel close to
someone, feels required to give
something or sacrifice something
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
16 N1SAN 7:16
as a means of reconciliation.
Thus sacrfices brn^ us "neartr"
to God.
Why do some people claim
that a descendant of the
priestly family (i.e., a
Kohen) is not allowed to be-
come intoxicated?
This is symbolic of our hope
that the Messiah can come any
day and rcinstitute the priestly
functions in a new temple.
The Bible (Leviticus 10:9)
does contain a prohibition for
the priest >n the sanctuary to be
intoxicated. Some claim this is
so that he would have the proper
state of mind in nerforming his
duties in the sanctuary.
Others claim that he would be
subject to ridicule and thus low-
er the dignity of the sanctuary
and the priestly functions. There
are those who claim that the
fruit which Adam consumed
against the wishes of the Al-
mighty in the Garden of Eden
was the fruit of the vine which
made him intoxicated and thus
brought death into the world.
The priest, who was a symbol
of life, was forbidden to come
into the sanctuary in a state of
intoxication lest, instead of bring-
ing life to humanity, he would
cause tragedy because of his
drunken state. A state of intoxi-
cation would make it probable
for the priest to commit errors
in his duties and certain errors
could make a sacrifice invalid.
Some also claim that this shows
that service to the Almighty is
a rational act and not a blind
drunken orgy such as pagan
worshippers performed in olden
times.



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"*.
*Jmfsi> noridliar,
Friday, March 28, 19?
Liebman Invited
To Lecture At
U. of Maryland
Prof. Seymour B. Liekpuru.
Adjunct Research ScholarirU?
Institute of Inter-American Af-
fairs of the University of Miami,
has been invited by the Sociology
Department of the University of
Maryland, to deliver a series of
l-'ctures at the College Park
CaniDUs. April 8-10.
T.iebman's subjects will be
"The History of the Jews in
I>atin America," "The Problems
of Latin American .levvry." "Tho
. Sephardim in Latin America from
Colonial Times to the Present."
and "American Jewry at the
Cross-roads." A special luncheon
in his honor will be tendered by
the faculty April 9 at the Hillel
House.
Liebman's book, "The Jews in
New Spain," is required reading
tor Professor Abraham D. Lav
ender's course. "Sociology of
World Jewish Communities."
This book is cited and quoted
some 30 times by Salo W. Baron
in Volume 15 of his "Social and
Religious History of the Jews."
The paper read at the XLIst In
ternational Congress of American
Hispanists on "Sephardi Ethnici-
ty in the Spanish New World
Colonies" which was written by
Seymour B. Liebman will be pub-
lished later this year in "Jewish
- Social Studies."
MizrachVs Rftmbam Award Given
To Herbert Zvi Berger of CAJE
^
Sunday. March 9, was a very
special day for the Florida
iCounci^ of American Mizrachi
'Vortrcn. when 160 guests gather-
ed at the Fontaimbleau Hotel
for the A.M.W.'s annual Scholar-
ship and Smn.ii Gifts Luncheon.
The response to the education-
al needs of tho thousands of
young people in Israel who come
under th aegis of American Miz-
rachi Women was unprecedented.
Proceeds from this major fund-
raising event totaled over $25,-
000.
The gala luncheon was planned
and arranged by Pearl Schwartz,
Florida Council Scholarship
chairman, and Bea Young, na-
tional board member, assisted by
Nina Schechtor of the Shalvah
Chapter.
The honoree, recipient of
American Mizrachi Women's cov-
eted Rambam Award, was Her-
bert Zvi Berger, executive direc-
tor of the Central AjjeflC^ Jpr
.l^vvish Education* j* ,
American Mirachi : Women'!?
educational goaT'is to make a
high school education, academic
or vocational, available for all,
in order to create productive citi-
zens, able to take their places in
an ever-growing, complex econ-
omy in Israel.
EARLY DEADLINE
DUE TO HOLIDAY
Due to the Passover holi-
day, deadline for all material
to be printed in the April 4
issue of The Jewish Floridi-
an is Monday. March 31. at
5 p.m. All copy (both
photos and releases) must be
in the Floridian office by
that time.
| ifu
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731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-5401
SERVING THE MOST DELICIOUS FOOD
Wishing Everyone A Happy Passover
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is pleased to announce that
it has established a neiv sales
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the Greater Miami area.
National Food Distributors
of Florida Inc.
1620 N.W. 21st Street
Miami, Florida 3314?
(305) 325-0178
Harold Jaffe, Roland (Ronnie) Horoviti,
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Page 13-B
TED Gale K. Hovey
Ippointed trust officer
Vi National Bank of
\h. Barton S. Goldberg,
announced. Mr. Hovey
pan -irc-Ki.'ni iUKi
the President's Coun-
ti Beach, a member of
Planning Council of
pami. director of the
Society of America,
eastern U.S.. and pres-
Iowa Association.
THE
PLACE
FOR
STEAK
IF-OPEN HEARTH
ijtBOR LOUNGE
[. .the oroovy sounJs
| 9.eat j"T combos
Causeway, Miami Stack
EXPRESS DINERS CLUB
fUER, Your Host
758-5581
IE PARTY TIME
is ,VOH at the
:! World of
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UNCHEONS
(MEETINGS
P&SP
I
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DAY BRUNCH
I Oi 30-3.00
DWtcilj m Mkijm B;
111*1 Hkkeabacker C.uicw.y
Kr* BUcaync M1-S7S3
Happy
Passover
AL'S CABINET
SHOP
CUSTOM KITCHENS -
FORMICA
418 S.E. 10th COURT
HIALEAH 33010
Phone 887-1292
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
HANDSEL ELECTRIC COMPANY
25 N.W. 57fh Avenue-261-2471
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
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Phorc 525-52C3
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GREATER MIAMI
OPERA ASSOCIATION
1200 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
Phone 854-1643
HARRIET and MILT GREETS
and children Bunny and Dennis
wish their relatives and friends
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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HANSLEY OF MIAMI, INC.
2250 North Miami Avenue 573-1568
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE
1330 18th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 532-3443
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO All...
KIDD-STUFF
933 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 538-5804
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ACE TERRAZZO COMPANY
35 N.E. 26th Street, Miami, Florida 33127 Phone 573-3870
Anthony Seremin, Owner John F. Scremin
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
David Harrison's STUDIO OF FLOWERS
21 N. E. 36th Street Miami, Florida 33137
Telephone 576-0000
JALCO Awning & Carpet Co., Inc.
Greets the Entire Jewish Community
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
741 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLA.
Phone PL 4-5561
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2486 S.W. 17th AVENUE
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PHONE 856-0363
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15 N.E. Hth STREET, MIAMI
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4115 N.W. 28th STREET
PHONE: 871-3640
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201 Curtis* Parkway, Miami Springs Tel. 887-1565
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2198 N.E. 163rd Street NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone 949-1311


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*J(i%it HarikMoMn
Friday, March 28, ^
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 75-?478
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l.\ RE Tl ol
iJES' If IBA1 LER< l.
i u
carmen'M. Wife, a
To j!H.\ M CAliALLERO
808 Wesl End Avenue, Apt, I
Ml y 11 ,. \'.-u Y,,rk I002S
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai m lion for l Hssolutlon of Mar-
riage hat beei filed against you
you ai' n 'in.M .i to serve i ony ol
Vour written defenses, if any to it on
JKHUY A, BURNS attorney for Pe-
tltloner, whose address Is 008 City
National Bank Building Miami, Flor-
ida S8130 and file Hie original WlOl
the stark of the above tyled court on
or before May 8, IW6: otherwise
default will be entered against you
fen the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
Tin- notlci -hall be nuMlshcd once
each week foi four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNKSS mj hand and the seal of
said court at .Miami. Florida on this
jMth day of March. 1975.
iflOHAHl) P. llitlN'KER
a> Clerk, Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida
Ilv WEI.I.IK HHADSHAW. JR.
A- I >, Duty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JERRY A. BURNS
008 Citv National Hank Building
U Weal Flakier street
Miami. Florida Ml SO
Attorncv for Petitioner
4 4-11-18
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-9204
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Tin Marriage of
PHILIP SPARACIO.
Petitioner.
VIRGINIA BPARACIO,
Respondent.
TO: Virginia Suaraclo
2G Wheattield l^ine
Commack, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has lieen filed ajralnat you and
you are reouired to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any to It on
Zeiger. I.eef Zelger, Esas.. Att:
Mitchell S. Zeiger. Bsa.. attorney for
Petitioner whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
33139. and file the original with the
clerk of the abov, styled court on or
before April 28. 1975: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court ni Miami. Florida on this
;jnth day "f March 1976
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Cl.-rk. Circuit loui I
I lade I 'ountv. Florida
Bi R, B SHEA
.\ i a nut v Clerk
(Circuit curt Seal)
Zeiger, Leaf ,< Zeiger. Baas.
.Mmheii s Zeiger, Bsa,
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach Florida :::S139
Attorncv for Petitioner
.: _. 4 4-11-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
NO. 75-9658
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE: 'i he Marriage "C
WILLIAM BOBO Petitioner,
and
MARIA Uul.ES NIEVBSA
HEK.N........i.oliO.
R<
TO: .' .. UuLBS NIEVESA
i i iBZ in BU
> i utrai Caaa 030
;
1 ly, Panama
> merica
Yol BKEBY NOTIFIED
that a Dissolution of .Mar-
riage ted ajralnst you and
you a i ii serve a cony of
your \ onse to it. if. any,
upon E. RASKIN. 7200
llird ... Florida 8S155. as
attorn, e.iiion. on or before
May the original with
the C ,'ourt either before
. attorney or Im-
xnedia. er: otherwise, a de-
fault led for the relief
denui. Petition.
\\ 1 .1,1 and -seal of this
Cout. ,. 1975.
. liitl.N'KBR
. Said Court
Hi OPE1.AND
..y Clerk
3.M 4/4-11-18
INI: COURT OF THE
11Ti- DIC a CIRCUIT IN AND
Fc .TV, FLORIDA
n DIVISION
No /j-1883
J. Q\ PARKER
In hi
ji;a.
i
notice to tf editors
To A All Persons Hav-
ing .us Against Said
Esta
i iified and ro-
ciun, < laima and de-
mand lay have al.-aluM
the Mena deceased
Iain Florida, to the
On junty. and file
ilu ,,d as provided
in .- da Statutes. In
tin v Courthouse
In L. la, within four
< :he time of the
fn: i. or me same
Will
da, this 21st
\'TOS
i notice on
tl
Ai.A
Ati" 1 -late
101 ; I .mi FL
t 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
r undersigned i" i ngage
... undei he fli tltloua
of Angel Auto I l"il West
iSri St., Hi.il' ah 33010 Int. ndi to
I I :
nil Coun ol l lade County,
da.
U ia r
_______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOI ICE IS
th< undersigned de rlns
of .[ |NI< A VI"1 ERINARIA I.ATINA
at 7810 8 B M '
lo reglsti aid nora< with the
cierk of Uii Coun of i ade
Florida
JlA.s U. I1KOU rVER D.V.M M I
___4-4-11-18
"NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
PICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
tn. underslgm d, dt slrli i" engage
Iness undei thi fictitloui i
of Zena optical. Inc. 4 D'luxe "f-
tlcal .,' 8788 S.W Street. .Miami.
Ploilda 83165 Intend to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
, ui of Hade County, Florida.
ERNESTO l.oPEZ
ZBNALDA LOPEZ
Owners
______________________ 3 28 4'4-ll-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business undei the fictitious name
of Montero Furniture at 47"3 s v.
8th Street. Mlnnii M1S4 Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Rigoberto Montero
Owner
_______________________ 3 us 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under thi fictitious name
c,t PRODl'CTOS "MORA" al
N W. 82nd Avenue, Apto, Four. Miami,
Florida 83148 Intends to register said
nami with the Clerk ol the Circuit
court of Dade Count i i' orlda.
Dr. Francisco Antonio Mora v Mendei
Owner
: 28 4 4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 75-9466
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In He The Marriage if
VBBBR1 rilli.lSTl.M. husband
and RAYMONDS JEAN-UAPT1STE.
PHII.IST1M, wife. .____
TO: RAYMONDS JFAN-BAPTISTE
PHILISTIM
P.O. Box -403
Freeport. Buhnmas
TOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition tor Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed airamst you and you
are hereby reuuired to serve a cony
of voui answer or other pleading to
the l'e i' oi. "ii the husband's Attor-
ney LESTER ROGERS, whose ad-
dress Is 14641 N.W. 17 Avenue. Miami
Florida 33125, and file the original
with the Clerk of the above
Court on or before this 2nd day ol
May. 1978, or a Default will be en-
ter, ii against vu.
DATED tin.- 84th day of ..larch.
I :'7.",.
RICHARD P BRINKBR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ilv S, JAFFE
_________________ 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN
the undersigned, dealt tia to engage
In bush ss under the ii* titious name
ol GENERAL COM Ml NICATIONS
ELECTRONICS. INC. at SV> S W.
8Ctli Stl.....t. Miami. Florida 881
tends to register said name with the
Cl.rl, of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Julio Fernandas
2760 s W :n.ih st. Miami Fla "."135
_____________ 3 88 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und< ralgned, desiring to i ngage
in buslnesi under the fictitious name
of Sam Can 'lake Out at 5S04 N W
72nd Avenue. Miami Fla. 88166 In-
tends '" register said name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Willie c Chin ownei
Leonard ii Wolf, c o Wolf &
Bchoninger
8100 So. Dade] hi.I Blvd., Miami B316I
Attorncv P .' 'cant
_______________ :: JH___4/4-11-18
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO "POPERTYI
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOf'OA N AND FOR
CVE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-9524
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Tlv Marr ice of
JOSEPH I P HHANDON.
Husbi
TA.MA'' -ItANDON.
Wife.
TO: T> AN BRANDON
741 reet
W.i 'not*
YOU i : "UEBY NOTIFIED
that an liissolution of Mar-
i ui, I I against vou and
you are n serve a copy of
vour writ sea, if any to it on
FRANK '.UJTEK. attorney
for Petl M address Is 3041
N.W. 7 Suite 100 Miami.
F'orltls ile the original
with the above styled
coui- lav 2. 1975: other-
wise ; 'ie entered against
vn" demanded in the
in- ii in,
Tj he published once
aacl >i -onsecutlve v.'eeks
'! OH1D1AN.
\ nd and the seal of
"aid ii. Florida on this
975.
; KRINKER
rcull Court
v. Florida
WADE
Is Di v Clerk
:UT0ER.
: 141 : -Suite 100
i inner
3/28 4/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VLN that
the undersigned, dealrlna
In busli i '" ','.
BAN ASSOC (TIlNOFAS -
ISTS AND Ml-" I NS r> EXILE.
tSOi IACH N > t'BANA DE Al II.--
r,s y Ml SH OS EN EL EXILIO
West 1 Miami
: .
C url ol Dada
. .,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-1574
i: -at. f
:.ri..\ HART
i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Xu All I > nd All Per.-,:.- II. iv-
lR cialn i- Analnal Sa d
Estate:
You are herebs notified and i >oulr-
ed to prt sent ans
which u urainsl
i.n.A hah"......Ii '-'
,,( gebastlon County,
,,, ih. Circuit Judges of Ddi ounty,
and file the same In dUDllcatt I
provldi >l n Si ll 738.16, Fli rida
statutes, in their offices in th- coOn-
U i '..in ...ui i in Dad< County, I
Ida. within four calendar monthi from
the time of the first DUblicatii n here-
of, or th. -am. will be barred.
piled al Miami. Florida tiii" -'''>h
dai of March, A D. 1976,
ROSA MAE STATON
Al Ancillary Executrix
First publication of this notice on
thi 28th day of March. 1675.
DAVID M Gl INSHAK
Attorney foi Estate __,,
1497 N W. 7Ui Street, Miami. Florida
______________________________, 3'38 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 75-134
in RE: Bstati i '
IMRE KA1 MAR
,i, .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To c; i i d ton Hav,
Ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
Estate:
Vou are hi reb? tlfled and n
. d to pn ent an; i d .i.niands
which >"ii may hav againsl thi
lati i IMRE I..' '.MAI! dei ised
: 11, i lade '< unty, Florida, to
the i i uli Judg< i I Dade County.
and file the same In dunk ate and as
,.., ( Idi d ll Si Hop 73:t.lll. Florida
Statutes, in their offloea In tl.....un
ly Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida this 20th
day of March. A.I'. 1978
ELIZABETH MILLS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 28th day of March. 1975.
Malcolm II. Friedman
Attorney for Executrix
BOO Douglas Road, Coral Gables.
Florida 113134
^^^^^^^___ 3/'jS 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR!DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE O'VISION
PROBATE NO. 75-1715
In RE Esl
A .''
di i
NOT'CE TO CREDITORS
Ti I \\\ Pen H v
tgal Said
Estate:
You ai notified and reaulr-
i nils
which v.,u in;,' havt aaralnsl thi es-
tate of SAMl'EL maiman deceased
la:, of I '.ol.- ',,.i:. .. Florida, to
t] i ii uli Judgi of Dade County.
and file provldi ,i In Sectloi i Ida
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthousi Ii Dadi County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar monthi from
thi i me of the first publication here-
in same w III barr< >i
Filed al Miami Florida this 20th
da) of Man h. A i> I97S.
HAZEL ESSEN
As Executrix
First mil'' ..'Ion ol tins notice on
the 88th dav of March. 1975.
ESSEN AND ESSEN
Attorney for Executrix
1208 Alnslev Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
3 28 4 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. DOWLINQ
PROBATE NO. 75-1848
in RE: Estate of
MILDRED LEAH LEVENSON
deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Acainst Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reuuir-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which vou mav have against the es-
tate of MILDRED LEAH LEVENSON
denased late of Dade County. Florida
to the Circuit Judges of Dade Cn-intv.
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the Conn-
ie i',,ui ih,,us. in Dade Countv. F'or
Ida. within four calendar months f'om
1 hi" time of the first publication 1.....-
of. or the same will he barred.
Filed at Miami, Florida, tills L'lUh
day of March. AD. 197.V
BERNARD E. I.EVENSOV
As Executor
First publication of this no' on
the 28th dav of March, 197H.
BAXTER, FRIEDMAN, l(OHltiv<-'
& FISCHER
Attorney for Estate
1876 N.c 168rd street
North Miami Beach. Florida
____________________ _______3/88 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAV.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVE'
the undersigned, desiring t.
in business under the fictith
of The Plaza Restaurant at '
tree Drive Miami l' aeh Inti
reglstei I name with th>
the Circuit Court of Dade '. .
Florida.
ii D. Mollnarl Ino
Florida Corporation by II. ,
Molinari, Pres (sole ov
Nelson, Feldman Davidson
1186 Kane Concourse, Mlam *
Attorneys for aPDll lanl
' 1-11-18
Services Held Sunday In New Yorfc
For Mrs. Cecile Wall Burger, 58
Un. Cecile E. Burger. 58, for-
merly of Key West and Miami
died Friday. March 21, in New
York City, her home.
Her mother, Mrs. Bertha Wall
of the Willard Apartments, Vene-
tian Way. Miami, and brother,
BcrnaM 'WallVr.d his wife, Mat-
ty, of DiLido Island. Miami
Beach, flew up to New York for
the funeral services Sunday,
March 23
Mrs. Burger was born in Key
West and came to Miami with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Wall, in 1925.
Like her mother, she attended
the Covenant of Mary Immaeu
late in Key West. She finished
her elementary and high school
in Miami and was a graduate of
Miami High School and Goucher
College in Baltimore as well as
the Juilliard College of Music.
Mrs. Burger was a member of the
Harmony Club and the Beach
Point Club in New York.
Mrs. Burger's father, the late
Herman Wall, was a prominent
realtor in Miami and a past pres-
ident of Temple Israel. Her
mother, Mrs. Bertha Wall and her
brother, Bernard Wall, realtor,
are both members of the West-
view Country Club in Miami and
are active in the community.
Surviving Mrs. Burger are two
MRS. CECILE BURGER
sons, William Burger and Dr.
Andrew Burger of New York
City, two grandchildren, her
mother, Mrs. Bertha Wall, and
her brother Bernard Wall, of Mi-
ami and Miami Beach. Her hus-
band, Alfred G. Burger, died in
1962.
Mrs. Berger had vacationer"
this area every year, visit in',
family and many friends, r;
family ha been living in south-
east Florida (Key West and Mi-
ami) since before 1900.
fl
TO ALL AAY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ALL'S SERVICECENTER
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 371-3365
RICHARDS
DEPARTMENT
STORE
Extends to the
Entire Jewish Community '
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REUABli:
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Laboratories Inc.
JSTRIAL CHEMICALS LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN-
ING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
+ SERVING +
IftADE COUNTY BROWARO MONROE LIE
MARTIN SAINT LUCIE PALM BEACH INDIAN RIVER
7th Ave., Miami 33136 Phone: 324-1133
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ANDERSON INSURANCE
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
?villa Avenue Suite 2-B, coral Gables Ph. 446-8482
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JLAS ROOFING CO.. INC.
All Types of Residential & Industrial Roofs
WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE and SMALL LEAKS *
118 W. 21st St., Hialeah
Phone 885-1641
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IBANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
3725 So. Dixie Highway
SID FALK-BARNEY LANDERS
HAPPY PASSOVER
DEPENDABLE CARE
LAWN & JANITORIAL SERVICE
Estimates Residential and Commercial
Phone 756-6727
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WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANT
Phone 538-6626
Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
YARNS GALORE, INC.
\l Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 445-0367
JO N.E. 163rH St.. No Miami Beach 945-9454
E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale 564-4508
Slvd. and Rt. 441. Lauderdale lakes 484-6565
est Selection of Hand Knittings ard Needle Work"
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tOPEX BATTERIES. ISC.
"First to Last in Batteries"
17th Avenue Call 325-0535
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HELEN MILLER FLORIST
5828 S.W. 71st Stret, South Miami, Florida
Serving All of Greater Miami
Phone 661-5681-------Night 226-6406
HOLIDAY GREETINGS F?OM .
ALBION HOTEL
Mi Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
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AMERICANA
knitting mills of miami int.
|r. 5th Avenue Phone 573-1406-Miami, Fla. 33127
Bar Mitzvah
Eliot Trelster
EI.IOT TREJSTER
Saturday, March 29. Eliot, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Treister, will become Bar Mitz-
vah in the Gunenick Chanel of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Eliot is a "high honor" student
in the seventh grade of Ransom
School and is a member of the
junior high tennis team. While
in Coconut Grove Elementary
School. Eliot was honored as the
outstanding senior boy. receiving
the American Legion's Distin-
guished Award and Mrtl *1tt
is also a member of Boy Scout
Troop 64.
A Kiddush luncheon will be
held in the temple following the
services in honor of the occasion.
The celebrant's "randparents.
Mrs. Arthur Treister of Miami,
and Mr. and Mrs. Simon M.
Bressler of Atlanta. Ga.. will be
present for the festivities. Rela
tlves from out of town will in-
clude Dr. and Mrs. Harry Psy-
stowsky, Ray El'en and Jay Pry-
stowsky of Hershey, Pa.. Leonard
Wineburgh and family ad Mrs.
>an Glick of Chicago. Ill, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Kazle. Miss Hil-
ary Kayle of New Rochelle. N.Y..
Mr. aid Mrs. Leon Rnbhins and
familv of Cincinnati. Ohio. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bobbins, Mr and
Mrs. Jake Breslr, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Field. Mrs. Jake Abelson.
and Mr. and Mrs Robert Joel, all
of Atlanta. Ga.
DANA Ml'NACH
Dana, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
She'don Munach. will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. March 29. durins the
11:18 a.m. worshio services at
Temple Judea of Coral Gables.
JWV Auxiliaries'
1975-76 Officers
Being Installed
The following are the activitips
of the Denartmnt of Florida-
I adie- Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans.
Mr- Evel' L. Ferdie. presi-
dent of the D nt of Fl r-
Ida-Ladies Auxi'iarv. who rei"nt-
lv completed h^r nffifj->l visits to
all the auxiliaries within the de-
partment, has b?un her trek
h-.i- n the a'-xT-res for their
installations of officers for 1975
76
West Miami No. 223: IntalU
tion Sundav A*ril 6, at 11:30
a.m. at the Miami Skywavi Motel.
Thursday evening. Anril 10. at
8 o.m. at the ho-ne "' Mr*. Sbil
Schl-in. 5750 SW 13th St.. .Mrs.
Charlotte Mi't'er. newlv installed
rre=ident. will conduct her first
meeting.
Murray So'omon "">. 243:
Award- Nite will he hld Thurs-
day, Anril 10 at 1 p m. at the
Firt Fedral Savings Ba"k
Pui'dine 2750 Co-al Way, with
Taiva Levine. president, presid-
ing.
Victor B. Fr*'t^n No. 513
(Hollywood): Barbara Sherrv will
be in=ta'ld as nre-iden* Thur-
dav, Aor;| 10. t 8 n.m. at Temple
Sinai. 1201 Johnson St., Holly-
wood.
Harrv H. f>nn No. TO: in-
stallation will h h"ld Wednes-
dav gi'onin'* AT'! Q
South Oade Net TWs Intnl'a
tion will h held T""-<>-
r;? 4nr;i n qf Temple Beth
Am, South Miami
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RESORT
MOTEL
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41st Street and Pinetree Drive
Phone 532-3451
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
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2100 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-252:
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3250 N.W. 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 633-0666
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Delivered to your doora highly skilled, professional household
helper. Picked Up when her work is done.
Fully Guaranteedyour satisfaction is assured. Insured & Bonded.
We take care of all payroll taxes.
CALL 371-6748
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
BOB HITZ
Representing Liberty National Life Insurance Co.
Coral Gables 445-8674 Res. 226-4402
4 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
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1261 20th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 532-2448
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1015 E. 29th Street. Hialeah
Phone 691 -1481


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PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM DATE OF PUBLICATIOJL.
THRU SAT., MAR. 2f
AT All FOOD FAIR STORES
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California Lemons 11 nS, 69c
GARDIN Fresh Horseradish................. 98
DIAMOND OR FIISHit HAND _
Walnuts in the Shell......HI 69c
FIRM
RIPE SALAD TOMATOES 6pnkga39c
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89
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DETERGENT
49
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39
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OF $7 SO OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
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MATZOl
LB.
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Crescent Rolls..................KS 59c
MtCClO WMOll Mil" ,.,.
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Whipping Cream ffiS. 49c
AMERICAN KOSHER
COMSTOCK S
Apple Pie Filling 5ff 69c
OR
BOLOGNA
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12-OZ.
CHUB
BORDEN'S
American Singles
White Tuna in Water
MAXIM
Freeze Cried Coffee
NEUMANN S REAL
7 OZ
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69c
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jar
HYGRADI 5 ....
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WHITE OR
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6 or
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73*
p. p. hand mn~
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** OZ.
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pack
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v
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ALL WHITE
MEAT
mismiy jMomo
99
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J-OZ.
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33c
ARM & HAMMER
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DETERGENT
IIS oz.
PKG
1
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SAUSAGE
13%-OZ.
PKG.
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LB.
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44 OZ
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59
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OF MANISCHEWITZ PRODUCTS
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$|49
FIFTH
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DO! SI 19
PKG. I
IN OUR BAKERY DEPT.
Thin Sliced Bread
P.P. BRAND.
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C I LB
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Chocolate Swirl Cake
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Eggo Waffles.....................! 65c
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BTl. OF 100
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8 OZ. BOTTLE
39
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*1
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Why the greatest leader
of the Jewish People
didn't speak for himself ?
And Moses said to the Lord:
Pardon O Lord I am not a man of
words, neither yesterday nor the
day before; for I am heavy of speech
and heavy of tongue. Exodus 4:10
So it was that Moses who freed
the people from the heavy yoke
of Pharaoh and made all Egypt
quiver under plague, pestilence
and death; whose mighty arm
cleaved the Red Sea; he who
went alone upon the Mount to
receive the Divine Tablets of Law;
yes he who through 40 years of
untold hardships led the people
to Canaan was so feeble of
tongue that he could not speak
for himself.
Indeed it was his brother Aaron
who spoke to Pharaoh with
eloquence and demanded: "Let
my people go."
How is it possible that a man of
Moses' stature spoke so poorly?
A story is told that after Moses
was found in the bulrushes by
the daughter of Pharaoh he was
treated as though one of the royal
family. So it happened that one
day as the child supped with
Pharaoh he made mirth and
reached for the royal crown.
Pharaoh was taken with fright.
"What meanest this?" he asked
Balaam, his counselor.
But Balaam was full of guile
and held much bitterness toward
the Hebrews. He answered:
"Sire I am afraid it is an ill omen.
For this Hebrew child might one
day usurp your crown."
So Pharaoh went to the wise
men who devised an ordeal for
the child which would prove his
innocence or guilt. Before him
they laid two bowls. In one were
amethysts, emeralds, diamonds,
rubies, and all manner of stones
that shimmered like the Sea of
Galilee aflame in the morning sun.
In the other bowl were placed
hot coals so alive with heat that
no hand need touch them in
order to burn.
If the child should choose the
wonderous stones it would show
him wise beyond his years and a
threat to Pharaoh.Thus he would
be condemned to die. However,
should he reach for the coals his
innocence would be proven.
The child gazed upon the jewels
as if they were a feast of sweet
meats. His hands leaped toward
them. But the angel Gabriel was
watching over young Moses, and
he guided his hands away from
the glittering stones, and thrust
them into the hot coals.The child
screamed; he put his hands to
his mouth scorching his lips and
tongue.
Thus Moses lost forever his
power of perfect speech.
And so it has been told for
generations; and so it is told here
for this Passover how Moses
even though inflicted with a
heavy tongue led the Hebrew
slaves from bondage to freedom;
split the Red Sea; gave unto all
men the Law and delivered his
people to the Promised Land.
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Four Cups of Wine: Symbols of Freedom
By RABBI EZRA BOYARSKY
*pHE FOUR cups of wine which
we are required to drink dur-
ing the course of the Seder serv-
ice represent the four expres-
sions of liberation which the
Almighty employed in His prom-
ise to free the Children of Israel
from their Egyptian bondage.
These four contextually syno-
nymous expressions are found in
the following Pentateuchal
verses: "Therefore unto the
Children of Israel. I am the
Eternal and I will bring you out
from under the burdens of the
Egyptians and I will deliver you
out of their service and I will
redeem you with an outstretched
arm and with great judgments:
and I will take you to me for a
people and I will be to you a
God. ... (Ex. 6:6. 7).
UPON CLOSE examination of
the above, it becomes clear that
only the first three terms deal
directly with redemption while
the fourth"I will take you.
etc."relates not to the Exodus
but to the time when the Israel-
ites were to accept the Decalogue
at Mount Sinai and will have
thereby merited the status of an
Am Segula a divinely chosen
and select nation.
Yet the Talmud regards even
the fourth expression as bearing
directly on the Exodus and hence
it is mandatory on each celebrant
to partake of four cos of wine.
How is this seeming congruity
reconciled?
THE TYRANNICAL and par
anoiac Pharaoh operated with
two pernicious methods designed
to 'solve the Jewish problem' in
Egypt.
First, he exploited the Israel-
ites' ever increasing labor force
to the fullest possible potential
by assigning them to insufferable
and inhumane, back breaking
work, calculated for eventual
physical extermination (the meth-
od emulated by the Nazis'.
And secondly, by liquidating
them through the more subtle
and "humane" process of as-
similation 1 practiced presently
in the Soviet Union).
The Exodus from Egypt there-
fore accomplished a double ob-
objective. It had brought to the
Israelites physic*] redemption
and spiritual freedom, with the
latter having been ratified by
their acceptance of the Torah.
The fourth cup of wine com-
memorates the Exodus from
s iritual serfdom and is a "so-
bering" reminder that physical
integrity alone is inadequate for
the survival of the Jewish people.
RECENTLY, Will Maslow.
former executive director of the
American Jewish Congress, pub-
lished an analytical brochure on
the finds of a thorough survey
made on the Structure and Func-
tioning of the American Jewish
community.
In the 20 years from 1941-1961.
the rate of intermarriage oc-
cupied a narrow range of 4.9-6.7
per cent: from 1961-1965, the
intermarriage rate increased to
17.4 per cent (more than dou-
bled); and the years 1966-1972,
this has again doubled to an
alarming 31.7 per cent.
As other data in this survey
suggest, intermarriage is a nat-
ural and compatible bedfellow
with another negative aspect of
contemporary American Jewry
a loss of its religious character.
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Taken together they appear as a
frightening spectre of a fast
grinding, intractable assimilaj
tionary process.
CONCURRENTLY with this
socio-religious disaffection that
has descended upon American
Jews, has emerged the Civil
Rights movement in which Jews
have played a prominent role in
redressing the grievances of the
various ethnic eroups of which
the American Jews themselves
are a part.
The mind-boggling paradox of
Jews taking front line positions
behind the barricades and
marches to fight for the rights
of other ethniJgroups to preserve
ritheir respective cultures while
alienating themselves from their
own is a flagrant contradiction
that American Jews should ser.
iously ponder.
A narticularly fitting occasion
for such reflection would be
when we arrive at the point of
the Seder service and drink the
fourth cup of wine.
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Passover:
Beginning Of
Onr History
As a People
By CHARLOTTE JACOBSON
Chairman, American Section
World Zionist Organization
IT" .........''I nu..ui' : '
pASSOVBR IS the beginning of
* the history of the Jewish
people as a people: with the
Exodus from ancient Egypt the
tribes merged into a nation, and
the millenia-long adventure be-
gan.
As we read the Haggadah as
Ihe Seder service we retell the
Itory and retrace the steps our
[forefathers took on the long road
rom enslavement to freedom,
ion the building of cities for
Fharoah to the building of Israel
'for our own people.
AND SO we rejoice on Pass-
over, happily sharing in the age-
old success story of our people.
And while we rejoice over the
past, we identify ourselves with
our people's needs today: we re-
dedicate ourselves anew to in-
creased financial aid to Israel,
through the United Jewish
Appeal and the Israel Bond Cam-
paign; we reaffirm our commit-
ment to Aliyahthe highest form
of personal participation in Is-
rael's struggle to remain free.
IN THE cause of freedom we
. raise our voices on behalf of So-
ft! viet Jewry, whose Exodus is still
if more promise than fulfillment,
' and for our brothers in Syria,
whose Exodus is still completely
forbidden.
The Egyptian story itself is
still incomplete: modern Egypt
has an historic opportunity to
add a "happy ending'' to the ac-
count of our relationships; she
has a chance to make peace, at
long last, with the people she
once welcomed happily, then en-
slaved and finally released
reluctantly.
MRS. CHARLOTTE JACOBSON
rejoicing on Passover
EGYPT CAN create a new im-
age for herself in Jewish history,
and at the same time help set
the stage for a new era of peace
in the Middle East. It is a ques-
tion of historical memory and
vision coming together.
As we observe the Seder ritual
and drink to the ancient libera-
tion, we pray for a modern lib-
eration: from the nightmare of
war and threat of war, and for
the birth of a new era of peace
and construction.
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Envoy Reviews His Duty Tour
By YITZHAK RABI
A FTER FOUR years of serving
as Consul General of Israel
in New York. Ambassador David
Rivlin will leave his post .early
this summer to be Israel's Am-
bassador in Norway.
In his handsomely furnished
14th floor office, in a building
within walking distance of the
United Nations, Rivlin sat be-
hind a, heavy wooden desk, cov-
ered with diplomatic mail and a
daily report of the Israeli press.
THESE YEARS, he noted,
were spent in the "city with the
largest Jewish community in the
world" as head of "the largest
Israeli representation" anywhere
on the globe.
Rivlin is a warm, soft-spoken
person who expresses himself
carefully, watches his words as a
diplomat must, and conveys the
impression of a sincere "straight-
forwjrd" man.
After coffee, relaxing with the
first of several cigarettes he
smoked during the 90-minute
interview. Rivlin expressed his
personal feelings about his work
as Consul General in New York.
"IT HAS been a very gratify-
ing experience and a Drivilege
for me to be Consul in New York
City." he said
"This is in size and volume the
largest Israeli representation
anywhere in the world. It is also
the largest Israeli information
arm. At the same time, the larg-
est Jewish community in the
world is in New York and vicin-
ity."
The 52-year-old Rivlin main-
tained that during those years he
had the opportunity to know the
soul and the guts" of the Jewish
people in America, a statement
which is not surprising coming
from a man who participated in
hundreds of m 'ings at Jewish
communities, svnagoeues and
seminars as well is meeting Jew-
ish leaders and "archa" (ordinary
people).
As Consul General in New
York. Rivlin was responsible for
th- -eration -' a Consulate staff
of over 100 operating in 13 dif-
ferent departments to carry out
tho daily activities of the Con-
sulate
THESE ACTIVITIES include
Meftking en?,igements (at leas'.
150 a month): contacts with the
entire media: disseminating in-
formation on Israel through
various channels; strengthening
cultural ties; dealing with the
academic world; acting on the
political and diplomatic level;
"JIM1 HWpltig contacts with Jew-
ish and Zionist organizations
through the Jewish Liaison De-
partment of the Consulate.
Ambassador Rivlin is a former
political advisor to former Fore-
ign Minister Abba Eban and a
former official spokesman and
director of Press Relations at the
Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem.
His previous assignments
abroad included the post of Con-
sul General to Montreal.
Before joining Israel's diplo-
matic service. Rivlin was a jour
nalist and radio commentator in
Israel.
He was born in Jerusalem and
is a member of a prominent
family which settled in Jeru-
salem in 1809. He is a s'.rth gen-
eration sabra and grew up in the
city of his bir'h.
RIVLIN IS a graduate of the
London University in Interna-
tional Affairs. He studied philos-
ophy, history and sociology at
the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem and is a graduate of the
Israel National Defense College.
He served with the Jewish
Brigade of the British Army dur-
ing the Second World War and
l-.ter held the rank of captain U
the Israeli army.
During the inteTVTeV, Rr*fifl
answered questions concerning
the efforts of the Consulate to
counter the growing impact of
Arab propaganda in the United
States, relations with the Amer-
ican Jewish community, Jewish
youth in America, the Israeli
community here and related is-
sues.
ISRAELI HASBARA .informs-
tion) in the United States has
been a controversial issue for
some time, especially since the
Yom Kippur Wj?r. Rivlin is aware
of the criticism and admits that
there Ls a great deal to be Im-
proved. But he categorically
denies allegations that "nothing
is done" in the Hasbara field
"He who says that there is no
Hasbara in t* U.S. either don
not know the facts or is delib-
erately distorting them." he said.
Rivlin expressed concern over
the growing number of voting
Jews who marry out of faith, and
the indifference of a large por-
tion of Jewish student? :j IsraJ
and Judaism. "This requires in-
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CONSUL GENERAL DAVID RIVLIN
moves on to post in Norway
creasing and deepening Jewish
education," Rivlin asserted.
WHILE HE praised the coop-
eration of Jewish and Zionist or-
ganizations with Israel, Rivlin
was nonetheless unhappy with the
fact that "the Jews (in America)
arc terribly fragmented as they
are overly organized.*'
He reiterated his call, first
made at a press conference a few
months ago, to create a "Jewish
task, force" in New York, to in-
clude all Jewish organizations, in
order to combat Arab propagan-
da. Following are excerpts from
the interview":
Q. Representing Israel in the
largest Jewish community in the
world, how would you describe
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the relationships and contacts be-
tween the two?
A. "The connection between
the Consulate and the Jewish
community in America Is* ftpt
onry a question of providing in-
formation and raisin;: funds for
'Israel/ These contacts are very
important and have far-reaching
aims. First, there is the goal of
Instilling and deepening the
awareness of Israel s c % tralily
in Jewi h mind and Jewish life.
Secondly, we try to bring forth
tile mes. age of a Jewish. Hebrew
democratic society in order to
strengthen historical and spirit-
ual s and enhance Jewish edu-
cation and aliy.i to Israel. We
stress that a good proud Jew-
comes first and is imperative for
any link and bond with Israel
and any understanding of a free
and independent Jewish state."
Q. Hc.v arc these contacts
made?
A. "The largest Jewish com-
munity in the world is in New
York. There are as many Jews
in New York and vicinity as in
Israel. We are doing a great deal
of work with Jewish organiza-
tions, through the umbrella or-
ganisations of the Presidents
Conference and the Jewish organ-
izations separately. We are in
daily contact with them through
the Presidents Conference or the
AZF or their main offices. We
disseminate materials on Israel
upon request; we participate in
conferences, meetings and sem-
inars.
"Recently we held meetings
with American Jewish youth. The
meetings included talks and hun-.
est discussions on Israel and with
Israelis. We provided informa-
tion. The' Consulate has become
a focal point for any Israeli activ-
ity or activity concerned with Is-
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Diplomat Moves On
Continued from Preceding: Page
place in which J*f can meet
Jews of all segments. Zionists
and non-Zionists, Reform and
Orthdox. Israel is the cementing
factor for all of them.
"While contacts with the Jew-
ish leaders are on a daiiy basis,
the contacts with the "masses"
are made at fund-raising meet-
ings, at synagogues, mass dem-
onstrations, etc. We go every-
where."
Q. The Jewish community in
America is not one conglomerate.
There are different groups who
represent different interests.
Don t you find yourself some-
times in a dilemma? Do you
succeed in pleasing all Jewish
denominations in America?
A. "We have been meeting
with all Jewish denominations.
Conservative and Reform. Ortho-
dox and non-religious. Orthodox
Jews are critical of the non-reli-
gious aspect of Israel. Reform
Jews are critical of lack of status
of their ideology. Some complain
that Israel is capitalist while
others see Israel as toe socialist.
Mainly. Jewish youth is critical,
which is natural but this is a
major challenge to the Israeli
representative. The Jews in this
country are terribly fragmented
as they are overly organized.
This fragmentation does not
make our job easy, physically
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and ideologically, and this some-
times is very hard to reconcile.
The Israeli representative walks
in this respect in a mine field."
Q. What about the Jewish
youth in America?
A. "Ever since I assumed my
job the more than half-million
Jewish youngsters on America
campuses are my greatest con-
cern. A great many of them do
not belong and do not show any
interest in Jewish life and Is-
rael. Assimilation is rife and in-
termarriage is rampant. It is very
disturbing to see those Jewish
students and professors who are
under the influence of the New
Left siije with the foes of Israel.
?I*his phenomenon requires in-
creasing and deepening Jewish
education at home and in the
Jewish communities.
"Another fact which is of grave
concern for me is that close to
50 per cent of American Jewry
does not "belong" at all and may-
be as a result are lost for the
Jewish people as such."
C The question of Israeli
Hasbara in the U.S. is a delicate
one As tee head of the major
information arm of Israel in the
U.S. how do you see it. especially
in the face of growing Arab pro-
paganda?
A. "We are facing growing
challenges and threats by Arab
propaganda. They became more
sophisticated and have a tremen-
dous amount of money to pour
in. "We were informed that the
Arabs plan to spend $200 million
in the next few years on propa-
ganda in the U.S. and Canada. In
1075 they have a budget of $35
million to be used directly and
through professional public rela-
tions firms. Israel, of course, does
not have anything near it, but
we have the best Hasbara people
that can be found in Israel. Ef-
fective Hasbara here will not
come unless Israel's friends and
Jewish leaders will be open to
new and unconventional ideas.
"These ajj not regular times
the public has a direct bearing
on what happens in Washington.
We have no money, but 6/e hire"
friends. They have to be coor-
dinated and this can be done by
a joint concerted effort on a na-
tional basis. It must be establish-
ed for the metropolitan area of
New York. The lack of such a
task force has been especially
felt during and after the last
war. This task force can be under
the auspices of the Presidents
Conference. If established, it
would become a network of Has-
bara using media people, pro-
fessionals, artists, etc. This, I be-
lieve, could be a reply to Arab
and any other anti-Israel activ-
ity."
Q. Recent reports pointed out
a mood of grave concern and
doubt among Jews here as to the
future of Israel. What can be
the impact of such a mood?
A. "The question of the mo-
rale, the confidence and the faith
in Israel's future and Israel is in
the heart of our Jewish and non-
Jewish friends. There is no great-
er enemy, greater danger to
Israel, to the integrity of the
Jewish people and public opin-
ion. There is no justification for
it. We tend to exaggerate the
negative aspects of the Yom Kip-
pur War. Soul-searching was a
good thing, we have learned a
lesson. I believe that we are go-
ing to come out of this experi-
ence a stronger and a better Is-
rael. My slogan is: "there is no
room for complacency because
we face awesome problems.' But,
yet. by no means should we turn
to despondency and despair. It's
strengthening our foes, eroding
American public opinion of Is-
rael, its strength and credability.
"I am still convinced that the
most important thing in the
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fAMERICAN JBWS are more
** willing today than ever be-
fore to express themselves politi-
J call}' as Jews. For the forseeable
I future this political activism will
increase as Jews will seek sup-
port not only for Israel and So-
viet Jewry but also for many
domestic issues that concern
| them as an ethnic group.
Stephen D. Isaacs, a reporter
for the Washington Post, in "Jews
and American Politics," not only
applauds this development but
I says that acting in their interest
["is the American way, and the
rust of their (Jews) political
ivity is the ultimate proof of
' Americaniation."
FORMERLY his newspaper's
respondent in New York,
has written a valuable and
'fascinating book based on inter-
views with 200 leading Jews. The
comments of these American Jews
are interesting to read. But more
[ important, Isaacs has provided
not only a mostly accurate de-
scription of Jewish political life
but the reasons behind it.
Isaacs believes that the basic
motivation behind Jewish political
behavior is fear and insecurity;
fear of anti-Semitism or circum-
ances that could lead to anti-
emitism. The fear drives the
kost ethnic Jews and the most
!' "' :-:.., ::... :... ..

American Jews
Examine Their
Role in Politics
By DAVID FRIEDMAN

assimilationist, and according to
Isaacs, explains why Jews have
usally voted liberal despite their
economic circumstances.
"THE UPPER class Jews are
progressive because they reject
what they see as a narrow, paro-
chial route to survival--the one
chosen by more ethnic, more se-
questered Jews,'' Isaacs writes.
"The 'elite,' which moves more
in non-Jewish society than the
more ethnic Jews, tends to see
survival in terms of an America
that is open for 'liberal' progres
sive government... But this lib-
eral stance does not mean the
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Jewish interests than the pious
Hasidim with their side curls
who want government aid for
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"Their version of defense only
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the Hasidim. That is why the pat-
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tial elections is so consistently
'liberal.' It is in Tact not so much
liberal as it is anti what they
fear."
BECAUSE of this Isaacs be-
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* Jewish FhridBan
Friday, March 28, 1975
We Mustn't Confuse Aftermath of Terror With Poverty
i
By GREEK FAY CASHMAN
1VI0ST COMMUNITIES are di-
vided into wealthy, middle
class and poor areas, with the
two extremes in this trilogy rare-
ly afforded the opportunity to
see how the other half lives, with
the possible cxcention of a sur-
face glimpse from the outside,
People who live in relative to
all-consuming comfort are vague-
ly aware of poverty through the
courtesy of the mass media: but
reading a newspaper feature or
watching a television docu-
mentary, is never quite the same
as coming face to face with the
reality of poverty.
WHEN A terrorist attack
plummeted the town of Beit
Shean into the newspaper head-
lines of the world, most of the
reporters and feature writers who
converged on the area were
primarily interested in the de-
fence situation and the reaction
of the population to terrorism.
Pew of them were interested in
the people as individuals.
The Public Relations Depart-
ment of the United Jewish Ap-
peal was one of the few press
organs which was no stranger to
Beit Shean. Many of the com-
munal facilities such as the High
School, the Library and the Com-
munity Center, have been funded
by UJA contributions.
Consequently. UJA writers
and photographers were instruct-
ed to steer clear of terrorism and
to really look at the peoole.
PHOTOGRAPHER DAN bn-
dau and I arrived from Jerusa-
lem very early in the morning.
Just as we entered Beit Shean.
our attention was caught bv a
high, broken wall with a dirty
field behind it.
We stopped the car and walk
ed through one of the gaps in
the wall. Here and there were a
few miserable fruit and vegetable
stalls, with small quantities of
produce and very little variety.
This was like a minute corner
of Jerusalem's famed market Ma-
hane Yehuda. One couldn't really
compare the two at all. In the
lanes and alley-ways of Mahane
Yehuda hundreds of stall keep-
ers compete with each other in
quality and price of goods.
A thrifty housewife can spend
all day going from one stall to
another comparing prices until
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utes to traverse the market place
in Beit Shean. Some of the
vendors do not even bother with
the luxury of a stall, but squat
themselves and their wares on
any vacant piece of ground.
Shabbily dressed women, their
heads enveloped in colorful ker-
chiefs, bought a bunch of radish-
es here, a kilo of potatoes there.
Tin re was none of the stockpil-
ing, SO familiar to the Jerusalem
shopper.
To a tourist, the scene might
have been quaint. To us, as Is-
raelis, it was a blemish on the
society in which we live.
Landau began to get busy with
his camera. Some of the women
were clearly offended. One haul-
ed her skirts up to cover hor
face; another buried her head
amid the vegetables. Even tha
few children in the rnarketpla
shrank from the eye of the
camera. "Why are you taking pic-
tures of us?" demanded an angry
woman.
WE FVPLAINED that we Were
from UJA, and that we didn;
want the world to get a distorted
picture of Beit Shean. We had
com? to present the situation as
it is from day to day.
The woman was clearjy con-
temptuous of our motives, but
David Ifrach, a stall-keeper from
a nearby Moshav, immediately
silenced her protests with the
comment. "Lady. d,on't you know
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that your survival depends on the
Jews of America?"
The atmosphere relaxed some-
what, and we learned that the
market does not operate all day,
like markets in other parts of
Israel. It is open from 4 a.m. till
10 a.m. and the women come to
buy only what they need for one
day.
.-AVith large broods of children
at home, they cannot afford to
buy even an extra potato. One
cannot say "no" to a hungry
child, when there is food in the
house. But if there is no food,
the child will not complain of
hunger.
THIS IS the psychology of
poverty. From the market, we
vent to Shikun Daleth. a dilapi-
dated slum area which is becom-
ing ever more drab due to addi-
tional security precautions.
+Jen 1st Fhrid/iar
Page 9-C
1.
Whatever garden space existed
between the apartment blocks, is
quickly disappearing. Security
rooms are being added to each
apartment as a protective mea-
sure against further attacks.
The additional rooms are shut-
ting out most of the natural light
from the apartments. One of the
residents of the area. Shula Ben
David, said that the building of
security rooms had commenced
some three months prior to the
terrorist attack, as part of the
intensified security program tak-
ing place in all border towns and
settlements.
WORK HAD speeded up since
the attack. While she was sorry
to lose the garden surrounds, she
welcomed the extra room, "be-
cause with so many children, it's
more important to have addition-
al space inside than outside."
We drove right around Beit
Shean, looking for some sign of
wealth. If there is any, we didn't
find it. The most modern and
best kept buildings are the
Aranne High School and the
Community Center which were
been a janitor. By coincidence, a
memorial service was held for
him on the day that we were
there.
Children from the school con-
gregated in the large hall of the
community center to watch and
to listen to tributes to his mem-
ory. Three girls clad in black
shredded garments performed a
dance of deatha dance which
spoke of *ear and challenge and
nguish and courage.
As we emerged back into the
sunlight we saw some workmen
fixing the community center's
public telephone which was out
of order.
Jane Labokitz. an American
volunteer, working and living in
Beit Shaean, told us that there
were only nine nublic telephones
in the whole town. Since the ter-
rorist attack, the municipal au-
thorities had decided to install
another nine phones. Very few
people have private telephones.
They cannot afford them.
From Shaul Lilach. director of
the Community Center, and Mah-
lnuf Horesh, local director of the
Ministry for Social Welfare, we
learned that 40 per cent of ikr
residents sf Beit Shean live on
social welfare.
LILACH TOI.D us that the
home environment in some in-
stances is so bad, that it is im-
perative to get the children out
of the houses and into the com-
munity center. Horesh, though
reluctant to expose any of the
families receiving social welfare,
cooperated to the extent of di-
recting us to the Josephtal see-
tor, where almost everyone is on
Continued on Page 15-C
Chana Simana in the family kitchen.
established by the Israel Educa
tion Fund of the Jewish Agency
WE SAW armed guards pa
trolling outside the school, where
one of the victims of the terror-
ist attack, Jean Pierre Alimi, had
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+Jewisti ncrkfian
Friday, March 28,
4 I.MA ATA is the capital city
of Kazakstan, a Soviet repub-
lic in Central Asia. Far removed
from Moscow it lies close to the
Chinese frontier. That is where
Stalin had banished Leon Trot-
sky in 1928.
One year later, in 1929. Trot-
sky was turned out of the Soviet
Union to Turkey, whence he
secretjy smuggled himself out.
He wandered about from country
to country and finally reached
Mexico in 1937. However, he 'vas
not safe even there. The long
arm of Stalin's GPU overtook
him three years later, where a
Soviet agent murdered him bru-
tally with an axe.
TO BE in Alma-Ata three years
after Trestky's banishment from
there, and not to visit the house
in which he had been lodged in
exjle, would have been, for me.
as if someone had visited Moscow
for the first time without seeing
the Kremlin.
The difference was simply
this: everyone knew that the
Kremlin was situated on Red
Square, while in Alma-Ata there
was virtually no one who knew
that Trotsky had lived in that
city for more than a year as a
political exile by order of Stalin.
Even neighbors living in the sur-
rounding houses had not been
aware of it.
I stopped one passer-bv. then
another, and asked them to show
me the way to the house where
Trotsky had lived. Thev looked
at me with astonishment, shrug-
ging their shoulders, and answer-
ed politely that they had never
known that Trotsky had even
been in Alma-Ata.
I FELT certain that thev spoke
sincerely; that their ignorance
was not an excuse to evade an
affirmative reply: that .indeed,

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down to see whether I was actual- GPU off.ee? You can get that in
By BORIS SMOLAR

they had no inkling of the fact
that Trotsky had lived among
thetri.
I hailed a cab driver and got
into his droshky.
"Take me to the house where
Trotsky lived," I said, after I
had made myself comfortable.
"What street is it on and
what number?" he asked guile-
lessly.
I surmised from his questions
that he too did not know where
Trotsky had lived. Still I tried
to Ascertain whether his apparent
ignorance was honest.
"WHAT SORT of a cab driver
are you, that you don't know the
address where Trotsky lived?" I
asked.
He turned his head toward
me, and scutinized me inquisitive-
ly. I concluded that he would
have liked to earn the few extra
rubles which I might pay, if he
would bring me to the house I
asked for, but, I now felt certain
that he had no knowledge of
such a house. He said he knew
who Trotsky was but that he had
never heard that Trotsky had
lived in Alma-Ata.
As I left the droshky I noticed
a mail-carrier passing. That gave
me an idea. A mail-carrier would
be apt to know Trotsky's address,
though I was certain that Trot-
sky's mail, in Alma-Ata, had not
been delivered by ordinary post-
men, but by special agents of the
GPU who were keeping him
under surveillance.
"I am one of a group who ar-
rived here from Moscow today,"
I accosted the mail-carrier. "Per-
haps you could give the address
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riday, March 28, 1975
Jml$t> Fkridian
Page 11-C
- -****'"'
BORIS SMOLAR
compelling trip
This is one of the chapters
of Boris Smolar's forth-
coming book relating ex-
periences of his journal-
istic career.
I formation there."
His reply, since it did not in-
[clude a denial that Trotsky had
|lived in town, made me feel that
le probably knew the address I
as looking for; so I decided
not to let him go at that.
"Why should I go to the GPU,
when I feel certain that you, be-
ing a mail-carrier know that ad-
dress as well as the GPU?" I
wanted to open a conversation
with him.- A FEW more cordial remarks
garnished by a small gift of a
few rubles produced the desired
results. In a few minutes I ob-
tained the address from the post-
al-carrier. He also informed me
that Trotsky had actually been
assigned two lodgings, one in the
city, and the other in the high
hills surronding the city, where
he had been kept in complete
isolation in the early months,
until they finally transferred him
to the city proper.
The city house was located no
more than a ten minute walk
from where I had run into the
postal-carrier. Trotsky's lodging
was an apartment in a plain two-
story structure, which was also
occupied by other families. None
of the latter had been aware that
a distinguished tenant had resid-
ed in the building.
The weather was pleasant as
it could be in the spring season.
Women, their suckling infants in
their arms, were lounging on the
steps of the front entrance to the
building.
I SNAPPED a photograph of
them sitting there. One of the
foreign diplomats who had come
along to see the house took a
photograph at the entrance of
me and three other journalists,
one American, one Englishman,
and the third representing a
great Italian newspaper in Rome.
Continued on Page 13-C
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*Jemst Fkridfian
Friday, March 28, 197S
A Crow Indian Jewess Speaks
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Bv BEN GALI.OB
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and in which he feels he has to
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Jew.
Mrs. Sharon K. Hull reported
on life for the 41 Jews in
Winona. Minnesota (population
26,000) from a unique perspec-
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her experiences in Sh'ma, the
journal of Jewish opinion.
DESCRIBING WINONA as "a
conservative river town with a
history reflected in its Victorian
architecture and its anti-Semitic
attitudes," Mrs. Hull posed the
question: "Why would any Jew
deliberately choose to live in a
place like that?"
The answer, she said, was that
some Winona Jews were second
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Others are professors "seeking
college positions in less competi-
tive situations, and still others
are professional men like doctors
who came in to find better
equipped clinics in less populat-
ed places."
ONLY ONE event binds the
Winona Jews together, she re-
ported: the minyan for the an-
nual memorial meeting for the
dead. Other than that, she de-
clared, the Jews "feud, quarrel,
have nothing to do with each
other and actively oppose each
other's viewpoints."
Non-Jewish pressure has a
great deal to do with this," she
added. "The millionaire industri-
alist belongs to the country club
and does all his business with
gentiles.
"If he were a shopkeeper or
iron yard worker, the country
club wouldn't let him in past the
front door." The clothing store
owner waits on everyone "with
unheard of courtesy and deco-
rates his show windows with
Easter bunnies and Christmas
decorations at the proper sea-
son."
HE WAS named the first Jew-
ish president of the Chamber of
Commerce, "principally for his
downtown promotions during the
holiday season."
One of the local Catholic col-
leges lost their "token" Jewish
professor. It took him only three
years to catch on to the fact that
the college officials were using
him "to prove that the Jews were
not really responsible for a cer-
tain historical act.
"His predecessor was not that
sharp; it took him eight years to
realise what was going on."
She reported that conversion
is a sore topic among Winonas
Jews. "The Orthodox hold con-
verts to be less than legitimate
and the non-observant find it em-
barrassing that someone would
willingly embrace a faith which
they have tried to forget."
... SHE &AID that when-she came
to Winona "I had dark hair and
a Crow Indian nose that would
outdo any Semitic nose around.
The Jews immediately assumed
I was one of theirs their at-
titude changed when they found
out I was an American Indian
and I was converting.
"It does provide an interesting
topic of conversation you
won't find many Indian-Jewish
kids in small town America."
It may be the twentieth cen-
tury but in Winona there are
Catholic children at the neigh-
boring parochial school "who are
convinced my husband can put
spells on people and give them
the 'evil eye.' There are pulpits
in Winona where anti-Semitism
is preached nearly every Sunday.
And (here are a lot of scared
Jews who wouldn't call in the
B'nai B'rith and make a test case
if they could.
"FOR THE Jews of small town
America, the B'nai B'rith and
the Anti-Defamation League are
causes to contribute to, but not
to use." Mrs. Hull contended that
"one Jew who tried to start any-
thing would bring down the town
on the rest, so they pressure each
other and argue and fight to keep
everyone from being Joo notice-
able."
She reported that "right now
we have a yellow cross on the
garage door where someone
spray-painted it during Holy
Week," and that when her hus-
band wrote a letter to the editor
about "the honorable Richard
Nixon," he set a new record"15
obscene phone calls in one hour.
"Things like this do not happen
to other Winona Jews but other
Winona Jews keep their mouths
shut. We don't and we wont.
Someone has to stand up in these
small towns and we are the van-
guard.."
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till keep that snapshot in my
r*
Later, I also photographed that
pding in the hills where Trot-
had been kept in isolation.
lm the Windows of this lodging
vas easy to see the Chinese
Juntains on the other side of
Se border, and their snowy
eaks.
Lit was not difficult to raise a
nversation with the women,
hey were wives of common
[borers, and they had no inter-
st in political matters. It had
ever occurred to them, at the
ne. that their neighbor was
rotsky. But they did know who
rotsky was.
Here, in our building," one of
women said, "we knew him
a most retiring person who
Jdom left his quarters and who
pt himself aloof from all the
her occupants. His housekeep-
also kept her distance from
She was not a native of these
frts."
LPPARENTLY, she must have
a GPU operative who had
assigned to keep an eye on
in the guise of a domestic.
ee who his visitors might be,"
Ibserved.
[he women did not respond to
remark. But they had all
bied a favorable impression
jtheir former neighbor. They
taken him to be ,t writer be-
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cause he used to sit and write
into the late hours of the night.
"We never saw anyone visiting
him," one of the women stated.
"But we did not consider him a
mysterious person. All we knew
was that he had come from an-
other city, but we didn't know
from which one."
Inside Trotsky's former lodg-
ings I found a family- a Kazak-
stan woman and three children.
Her husband was at work.
THE APARTMENT -.,, ^.
prised of two rooms and a kitch
en, entirely partitioneu irom the
other apartments on the same
story, which had a common en-
trance through a narrow hallway.
To this simple woman, it meant
nothing that she was occupying
the lodgings used by one of the
greatest personalities of the Rus-
sian Revolution.
"It's just as well we didn't
know that Trotsky was our neigh-
bor.'' one woman on the steps
later commented, as I was bid-
ding them good-bye. It was not
difficult to perceive what she
meant. She had simply indicated
that all the neighbors on that
street would have been living
continually in a state of agita-
tion, fearing the constant sur-
veillance of the area by GPU
agents.
Perhaps that woman was right,
and perhaps not. But GPU agents
must have been hovering con-
stantly about the building. Some
of them had aparently been es-
tablished as tenants on the same
street.
AFTER TROTSKY had been
removed to Turkey, these people
suddenly moved out and had
never.beco. seen again, in the city.
But Trotsky's actual presence in
Alma-Ata had remained a guard-
ed secret from nearly the entire
population of the city
During the period when Trot-
sky was living as an exile in
Alma-Ata there had been no
Jews in the Soviet republic of
Kazakstan, the area of which is
about one-third of that of all
America, with a population of
some six-million.
At present, about 40.000 Jews
are living there. All of them had
come from localities in the So-
viet Union which were in danger
of falling into the hands of the
Nazis during the war.
THEY ALSO included Jews
who managed to escape from
Nazi-occupied Poland. They had
been evacuated to this remote
territory of Asiatic Kazakstan.
where, in the interim, large des-
ert areas had been transformed
into agricultral centers.
Kazakstan now produces as
much grain as (he Ukraine, and
has become a center for cattle
breeding, and cotton plantations.
In the Soviet census of lt)59,
28,048 people registered as Jews
in that territory, fhere are more
Jewish inhabitants there now
than in all of Lithuania.
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*Jen1st fhricfiatr
Friday, March 28, 1975
Our Political Role
Continued from Page 7-C
touchy issue of Jewish money
to finance political campaigns.
Isaacs noted that while Jews as
others seek to buy political in-
fluence on the'focal level, on the
national level- Jews are the least
demanding of any group. He at-
tributes this both to a desire for
security as well as a way of pay-
ing this country back for their
prosperity.
Isaacs points out that Jews
have tended to shy away from
seeking major elected offices.
Only 11 Jews have been elected
governors, 92 to the House of
Representatives (102 since last
November's election) and 12 to
the U.S. Senate (13 since Novem-
ber).
INSTEAD, Jews have sought
to be the men helping politicians
get electfd, a role Isaacs sees as
parallel to the historic European
concept of court Jews.
"In America, the Jews act as
though those same (European)
roles were compulsory. ."
Isaacs writes.
"Here one calls them strategists,
computer experts, media man-
agers, fund-raisers, but in the
main they are still raising money
and doing chores for the Protes-
tants and Catholics who can then
hire the manpower to fight their
(political) wars."
AT THE same time Isaacs notes
that many Jews have feared to
step into the political arenas and
in some areas such as New York,
non-Jewish political leaders re-
fused to give them the opportun-
ity.
But this situation is changing
as more Jews seek and get elec-
ted to major political offices. At
the same time. Jewish activists
are now speaking out more on
purely Jewish issues.
Diplomat Moves On
Continued from Page 6-C
realm and world relations is a
visit to Israel. I don't call it tour-
ism, but a pilgrimage. A distress-
ing fact is that onlv ten per cent
of American Jewry has visited
..sjboX iz lSBl am u! lawsi
Q. There is, it seems, a big
Israeli community in New York.
How many are there?
A. "The exact number is not
clear. It is estimated that about
190,000 Israelis are living in New
Yark and vicinity."
Q. Who are they, those Is-
raelis?
A. "They can be divided into
three groups. The first group is
those Israelis who are 'hardly
Israelis.' Israelis who came here
as: babies with their parents or
Israelis who immigrated to Israel
from other countries, lived in
Israel for a brief period and then
retmnugrated to the U.S.
"The second group are the Is-
raeli nomads.' Those Israelis who
travel around not knowing how
long they will stay here. And
there are the Yordim, those Is-
raelis who cut off all relations
with Israel. But I must say that
the bulk, of the Israelis here con-
sider themselves Israelis and
maintain relations with Israel."
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Q. What is the main reason
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A. "Economic. This is the
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other factors are involved as
well. We try to persuade as many
Israelis .as possible to come back
home. We are giving this prob-
lem more thought. Recently Is-
rael has offered returning Israelis
special economic privileges in
order to make their return as
easy as possible."
Isaacs says that up to now it
has been the major Jewish organ-
iations that have wielded Jetvish
influence "and they have wielded
whatever influence there was
gingerly, as court Jews have al-
ways done."
But now the Jewish activists
have come to the fore, according
to Isaacs.
HE IS particularly impressed
by" Jewish aides to Senators led
by Richard Perle. an assistant to
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D.,
Wash.) and Morris Amitay, as-
sistant to Sen. Abraham Ribicoff
(D., Conn.) who "direct Jewish
power in behalf of Jewish inter-
est." (Amitay has now become
executive director of the Amer-
ican Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee.)
Perhaps, even more important,
is the willingness of Jews with
an influence in the local and state
level in the South, Midwest and
West to make their positions
known for particularly Jewish is-
sues.
ISAACS NOTES that "the
teachers, doctors, lawyers, busi-
nessmen feel, for the first time,
that it is worth endangering their
reputations for non-Jewish 'ob-
jectivity.' to pressyes, even
pushilyfor a specifically Jew-
ish cause."
He says this development "ap-
pears to be a major phase of the
Emancipation that began in the
eighteenth century in Europe
and even now is part of the con-
tinuing deghettoizing of a peo-
ple."
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in this book. It is one of the most
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March 28, 1975
+Jenisfi fkridfon
Page 15-C
Hiit of Poverty
lintiiuicd from Page 9-C
(sort of social welfare.
\r that we w6re' orPoifr
I saw a benign looking lady
; in the doorway of a
house. We asked her
tier she would mind answer-
ame questions, and she geni-
vited us inside. Her name
lircha Simana. and she was
Jother of eleven children
from 6 to 22.
i house was spotlessly clean,
looked more like a hostel
| a home. There were no
ases. no occasional tables,
Ible lamps none of the
Iries which usually adorn a
The bedrooms were bare
for a cupboard and beds.
DINING room had the
est quality table and chairs;
lichen was sparse; there was
'book, a magazine or a news-
in sight.
only luxurv item was a tele-
set which the Simanas had
ased on time payment in
to keep their children off
reets and out of mischief
inside the house. The only
ance we detected, apart
children, was love,
atever Pircha Simana and
isb:ind could not supply to
hildren by way of worldly
thev sunn'omented with
Son. The family motto is
be unhapnv about what
(on't have. Instead, rejoice
at vou di have."
f!RE ARE times, however.
Ithe familv can't live up to
Jot'o. For instance, Pircha
like to see her children
school, but there was
or enough monev for tint,
ftps the six-year-old will
kv it with the h^'p of her
Ihers. most of whom will be
kine by th Hum she reaches
fear High School,
lidn't "ak to anvone else
phtal that daw but wan-
around imprinting the
of poverty in our minds.
au returned a few davs
o take extra photographs,
ime. he had more in his
|an his photoaraohic equip-
The back of his car was
with used clothing, all of
quality and in good con-
R'as directed to the home
Imv Siboni. a few years
nmed as Israel's "Mother
Year." Mrs. Siboni. Ihoueh
)m wealthy hr*elf. and
lane family of her own.
"ds tini" to worry about
"! of others. On" of her
ooint-d t c'othin-? to the noor.
hvas ht' d to receive
1<> o'" e'oth wh'' h bw?
lmnl 'te'v n "ir-ib'e. and
nt"d to Landau thai most
rloths -h" r'''"i-'es are
,i .-titn 0f d'T"n:iir. t^at
|t"llv h->s 'o take thorn
k-.f! r->rn:ike hem
'it
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I Mrs. A. L. Ka*slr
LANDAU CAME across several
poor families throughout the
dax but hjs^ttention^was cap-
tured by Itzhak and Rivka Peretz
who came to Israel from Morocco
in 1963. The Peretz family in-
cludes seven children, the eldest
of whom is a 17-year-old daugh-
ter, who is completely beyond
control.
They live in Shchunat Eliahu,
the area which was attyked by
the terrorists. Itzhak. 42, works
in an orchard and brings home
IL 800 to IL 900 per month, de-
pending on the season. Electri-
city, gas and water cost the
family IL 122 per month. They
eat meat only once a week and
buy the most inexpensive fruit
and vegetables.
The total food bill is an aver-
age of II. 700 per month. A grow-
ing family needs clothing. There
is a limit to the wearabilily of
hand-me-downs. They are per-
petually in debt to the grocer
and the draper.
Rivka Peretz. 33. spends IL
200 per month on clothes for the-
family. They live in a Jewish
Agency apartment for which the
rental is subsidized.
RIVKA LOOKS closer to her
husband's age than her own. This
is partly due to a serious car
accident which she had a couple
of years ago. It left her in a
state of constant fatigue and
prone to fainting fits. Welfare
authorities then supplied her
with a washing machine.
The family cannot afford to.
pay for entertainment such as a
weekly movie. Whatever enter-
tainment they have is derived in
the basement clubhouse of their
apartment block, a converted
bomb shelter, which now serves
a dual purpose under the super-
vision of community center
counsellors.
The eldest Peretz child left
school without completing her
education, but her parents are
interested that the other children
should have a chance to finish
high school. Having been told
earlier in the piece by Lilach
that there had been almost no
immigration to Beit Shean since
1963, Landau questioned people
as to their attitudes to new im-
migrants.
THE GENERAL consensus was
that new immigrants would be
welcomed, but that there was
neither enough housing nor in-
dustry to attract them.
The Jewish Agency is setting
up an absorption center in the
area and is also planning to
build an additional high school
But it will take something
truly dramatic to give Beit Shean
a proper fare lift anil to trans*
foim i; into a thriving town.
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Pfc
Pace 16-C
+Jrmitf Fkrrt&r
Friday, March 28,1975
The Officers and The Board Of Trustees
On Behalf Of
Mount Sinai Medical Center Of Greater Miami
Extend Cordial Passover Greetings
OFFICERS
:-=-man of the Boa-d....... Max Orovitz
Vce Chairman of the Boa-d...... Leonard L. Abess
Vice German of the Bca-d...... Samuel F-iedland
P-es^dent............ Edwarc Shapiro
Vce President.......... Sr.epa-c 3rcad
Vice President.......... L. Jules Arkin
Vice Preskient.......... Jerry Blank
Vice President.......... Paul Faske
Vice President.......... Mrs. Lila G. Heatter
Vice President.......... Benjamin G. Kline
Vice President.......... Leonard A. Wien
Executive Vice President...... Samuel Gertner
Secretary............ Julius Darsky
Assistant Secretary......... Aletha Gifford
Assistant Secretary........ Dan B. Rusk;n
Treasurer..........; Milton Weiss
Assistant Treasurer......... A. C. Fine
Executive Treasurer........ Samuel Farber
Executive Director ........ Alvin Goldberg
TRUSTEES
James M. Albert Harry A. Levy
L Jules Arkin Arth^r Mark
Theodore Baumritter Mrs" Anna Brenner MeVers
, m Nicholas H. Morley
Jerry Blank ,, .. .. '
' Harry L. Nathenson
Morris Broad W. James Orovitz
Julius Darsky Arthur Pearlman
Joseph H. Davidson Mrs. Theodore Pincus
Paul Faske Mrs. Abraham Ribicoff
Robert S. Feldman Marshal E. Rosenberg
Samuel Gertner Lloyd L. Ruskin
Jerrold F. Goodman Robert Russell
Mrs. Lila G. Heatter Edward Shapiro
Abel Holtz Arthur Sheppard
Milton Kelner Everett Shocket, M.D.
Bing Kossoff Car! Susskind
Maurice Koven Michael Weintraub
Cal Kovens Milton Weiss
Sydney Levison Louis Wolfson, II
Ralph Levitz Lewis E. Zorr,
LIFE TRUSTEES
Leonard L. Abess Samuel Kann
Col. Jacob M. Arvey Aaron Kanner
Samuel Blank Henry Keller
Ben Blum Beniamin G. Kline
Shepard Broad j. Gerald Lewis
David P. Catsman Joseph M. Lipton
Max V. Cogen Leon Lowenstein
A C Fine A. J. Molasky
Samuel Friedland Stanley Myers
Mac Gache Max Orovitz
Abraham Goodman Joseph M. Rose
Morris Goodman, M.D. Julius M. Rosenberg
Paul R. Gordon Dan B. Ruskin
Robert Z. Greene William D. Singer
Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan Joseph R. Stein
Nathan S. Gumenick Carl Susskind
Louis Hand Abe W. Waxenberg
A. J. Harris Carl Weinkle
Isadore Hecht Leonard A. Wien
Samuel J. Heiman Louis E. Wolfson
Howard Kane Mitchell Wolfson
HONORARY PHYSICIAN TRUSTEES
Richard M. Fleming, M.D. Ralph E. Kirsch, M.D.
Stanley Frehling, M.D. Milton P. Travers, M.D.
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THE HAGGADAH MAKES REAL THE THINGS THAT ONCE HA PPENED IN EGYPT
Passover Not for Jews Only: For All Men of All Seasons
By
RARBI SAMUEL L. SILVER
"VOU don't have to be Jewish
to be glad about the Jewish
holiday of Passover.
You know what freedom is,
don't you?
Freedom means the right to
live where you want to, to wor-
ship as you want to, to have the
respect of other people, to stay
e'ear of being annoyed by other
people, as long as you obey the
laws which are passed by people
who are elected to office.
WELL, IT wasn't like that for
the ancient Hebrews when they
lived in Egypt, as you can tell
from the Bible.
The Egyptians made slaves out
of them, even though one of the
wisest of Egyptian Jews, Joseph,
had saved the country from
famine.
And the man who put a stop to
this slavery was Moses, who grew
up in the palace of the Pharaoh,
as Egyptians called their king.
Moses was actually Jewish, but
he didn't know it, for he had
been brought to the palace when
he was just a baby.
HE LIVED like a prince, but
when he saw the slavery on all
sides of him he couldn't stand it.
And he voluntarily left his
comfortable life, joined the Jews
and led the revolt against
Pharaoh.
It is this freeing of the Jews,
or deliverance, to use a harder
word, which the Jewish people
Continued on Page 2-D


Page 2-D
* kmst HcrkUar
Friday, March 28, 19-5
/ftwisk
< ootinaed from Pace 1-D
celebrate wnn me joyous noli
day. of Paaauvtr.
The Jewish people, thousands
of years ago. "passed over' from
q ta liberty. It was the first
t.me in history that a fight for
I :*>m was fought, and that is
why the Jewish Deople are happy
e\ery Spring when the festival
Of P.5=over rolls around again.
THE < KLKBRATION lasts a
week, with the first two nights
-f. '"t ia^t two the most im-
|N r'ant.
On Passover there is a re-
. nfriee, in which thanks
.,d to God for inspiring all
those who labor to bring benefit
t tbfl> peopl'-.
On the first night of Passover.
a-'! the second one too. among
r ]' -akes place in
. -tive supper in
honor of Passover.
The suoper is called the Sed<-r.
h moans schedule, and the
dole is vry interesting.
FROM A book called The
SI 1-" 'in Hebrew, that's Hag-
11 the things that happened
in ancient Egypt tn read. Then
d Ferejil foods ire held uo to
make the story more dramatic.
Thfl m-itzoh. or unleavened
bn :. Is held up. That's a kind
1 dry cracker, eaten to give
the people a taste of the unappe-
ti/ii' food which poor people
ar.'i -iaves ate. That is supi>osed
to make the eater sympathetic
with the poor and induce him
and help them. A hitter
h-rb is also eaten as a symbol of
the bitterness of slavery.
Everyone in the family and
Cu'-ts at the Seder table also eat
a sprig of greens to recall that
Freedom: What is It?
Two Views at Passover
A New Irv for Reconciliation
Moses freed his people when the
Spring of the year was coming
around.
THERE IS ringing at the meal,
and prayers are said, and at the
end there is even a game.
The last words spoken at the
Seder are: Next year at this
time may all the people on earth
be free."
Ci
ristian
2W<
aration
By London < hronwle Syndicate
'T'HE DECLARATION Nostra
Aetate issued by the Second
Vatican Council on October 28.
1965. on the relationship of the
Church to non-Christian reli-
gions." marks an important mile-
stone in the history of Jewish-
Christian relations.
Moreover, the step taken by
the Council finds its historical
setting in circumstances deeply
affected by the memory of the
persecution and massacre of Jews
which took place in Europe just
b World War.
The Vatican Council declara-
tion raises these i>oints:
ALTHOUGH CHRISTIANITY
sprang from Judaism, tafcing
from it certain essential elements
of its faith and divine cult, the
gap dividing them was deepened
more and more, to such an extent
that Christian and Jew hardly
knew each other.
After 2.000 vears. too often
marked by mutual isrurance and
frequent onfron'ation. the Dec-
laration Nostra Aetate' provides
an onportunity to onen or to con-
tinue a dialogue with a view to
better mutual understanding
Over the nast nin* years, many
steps in this direction have been
taken in various countries.
As a result, it is easier to dis-
tinguish the conditions under
which a new relationship between
Jews and Christians may be
worked out and developed. This
seems the right moment to pro-
pose, following the guidelines of
the Council, some concrete sug-
gestions born of experience, hop-
ing that they will help to brinj
into actual existence in the life
of the Church the intentions ex-
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Erasing the Sins of My Father: Tales
Appropriate to the Passover Holiday
By HERBERT P. BENEDICT
IV father, may his soul rest
in peace, had been born on
^thc first day of Passover. At least
that's what his parents had told
nim. and so we always celebrated
his birthday during the second
Seder; the second Seder was, in
our home, the happiest occasion
of the year. ,
When Pa died, he had breathed
his last on the first day of Pass-
over. He knew the end was com-
ing. Indeed, he told one of his
grandchildren, who was at his
bedside earlier that evening: "It
is not right that I should live to
. be 90. That is too good for me,
' because I have sinned in my life.
.God should take me before 90."
fhe Almighty did just that a
!ew hours short of my father's
"ninetieth birthday.
BUT WHAT were my father's
sins? To us, as for the entire
community, he had seemed the
saintliest of men. It was several
years after his death that we
discovered his "sins." My brother
Jack and I were indulging in a
couple of sentimental hours with
Pa's library, one year, on the eve
of Passover.
Jack picked up one volume of
Pa's beautifully bound Babyloni-
an Talmud. Jack's eye had been
attracted to the volume because
it contained the tractate "Pesa-
him" the part of the Talmud
that deals with the Passover reg-
ulations.
Leafing through it together, we
found a note in Pa's neat Hebrew
script on the margin of one page
of "Pesahim." The note read:
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I have not passed on to my seven
sons the tales of our heritage.
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alone I deserve punishment."
JACK AND I decided right
then that we must prove Pa
wrong. For several years now.
Jack and all of our other
brothers have been making
notes as, from time to time, we
have recalled some of Pa's tales.
Here are a few of those tales
concerning the Passover theme.
It is, in a senseif one is not
blasphemous using such a term-
Pa's own Tractate Pesahim.
tc ft ft
We say during the Seder: "This
is as the bread of our affliction."
Saying so, we lift the matzoh. At
the same time, we open a door
to the outside the first,of two
times during the Seder when we
open the door. The second time
is for the admission of Elijah the
Prophet. The first time, it is so
that he who is hungry may enter
and partake of our festival meal.
"Most of the time," Pa said,
"our people really lock the door
tight, fearing as happened in
European places so often on that
nightthat mischief makers or
maybe even some intent on mur-
tier might enter. But in our
home, in America, we really
throw the door ajar. Here wa
fear no one."
WHY DO we say that part of
the haggadah in Aramaic, instead
of Hebrew? Because the evil,
who may have learned Hebrew in
order to use the language against
us, do not understand Aramaic
and therefore will not understand
our invitation to entc the. home.
But we do invite the hungry- to
come in.
Once, recalled Pa. there hap-
pened to be a large influx of
visitorsmany of them vagrants,
some of them Russian soldiers on
furlough, in a village. The head
of the community came to the
rabbi and said: "Rabbi, what
shall we do about inviting all
these people to tb Seder? Food
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New Christian Doctrine
Continued from Pace 2-D
pressed in the conciliar docu-
ment.
WHILE REFERRING the read
er back.tu tbfc. JocumenU,we may
simply restate here that the
spiritual bonds and historical
links binding the Church to Juda-
ism condemn (as opposed to the
very spirit of Christianity) all
forms of anti-Semitism and dis-
crimination which in any case the
dignity r>f the human person
alone would suffice to condemn.
Further still these links and
relationships render obligatory a
better mutual understanding and
renewed mutual esteem. On the
practical level in particular,
Christians must therefore strive
to acquire a better knowledge of
the ba*ic components of the re-
ligious tradition of Judaism: they
must strive to learn by what es-
sential traits the Jeivs define
themselves in the light of their
own religious experience.
WITH DUE respect for such
matters of principle, we simply
propose some first practical, ap-
plications in different essential
areas of the Church's life, with a
view to launching or developing
sound relations between Catho-
lics and their Jewish brothers.
To tell the truth, such rela-
tions as there have been between
Jew and Christian have scarcely
ever risen above the level of
monologue. From now on, real
dialogue must be established.
dialogue presupposes that each
side wishes to know the other,
and wishes to increase and deep-
en its knowledge of the other.
It constitutes a particularly suit-
able means of favoring a better
mutual knowledge and, especially
in the case of dialogue between
Jews and Christians, of probing
the riches of one's own tradition.
Dialogue demands respect for
the other as he is: above all. re-
spect for his fait* and his re-
ligious convictions.
IN VIRTUE of her divine mis-
sion, and her very nature, the
Church must preach Jesus Christ
to the world. Lest the witness of
Catholics to Jesus Christ should
give offence to Jews, they must
take care to live and spread their
Christian faith while maintaining
the strictest respect for religious
liberty in line with the teaching
of the Second Vatican Council.
They will likewise strive to un-
derstand the difficulties which
arise for the Jewish soulrightly
imbued with an extremely high,
pure notion of the divine tran-
scendence- -when faced with the
mystery of the incarnate Word.
While it is true that a wide-
spread air of suspicion, inspired
bv an unfortunate past, is still
dominant in this particular area.
Christians, for their part, will be
able to see to what extent the
responsibility is theirs and de-
duce practical conclusions for the
future.
IN ADDITION to friendly
talks, competent people will be
encouraged to meet and to study
together the many problems de-
riving from the fundamental
convictions of Judaism and of
Christianity.
In order not to hurt (even in-
voluntarily) those taking part, it
will be vital to guarantee, not
only tact, but a great openness of
spirit and diffidence with respect
to one's own prejudices.
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In whatever circumstances as
shall.prave possibles and,muially
acceptable, one might encourage
a common meeting, in the pres-
ence of God. in prayer and silent
meditation, a highly efficacious
way of finding that humility, that
openness of heart and mind, nec-
essary prerequisites for a deep
knowledge of oneself and of
others.
In particular, that will be done
in connection with great causes
such as the struggle for peace
and justice.
THE EXISTING links between
the Christian liturgy and the
Jewish liturgy will be borne in
mind. The idea of a living com-
munity in the service of God,
and in the service .if men for the
love of God. such as it is realized
in the liturgy, is just as charac-
teristic of the Jewish liturgy as
it is of the Christian one.
To improve Jewish Christian
relations, it is important to take
cognizance of those common ele-
ments of the liturgical life (such
as formulas, feasts, rites) in
which the Bible holds an essen-
tial place..
An effort will be made to ac-
quire a better understanding of
whatever in the Old Testament
retains its own perpetual value,
since that has not been cancelled
by the later interoretation of the
New Testament. Rather, the New
Testament brings out the full
meaning of the Old. while both
Old and New illue.ine and ex-
plain each other.
This is all the more important
since liturgical reform is now
bringing the text of the Old
Testament even more frequently
to the attention of Christians.
EFF9RTS WILL be .made so
to instruct the Christian people
that they will understand the
true interpretation of all the
texts and their meaning for the
contemporary believer.
Commissions entrusted with
the task of liturgical translation
will pay particular attention to
the way in which they express
those phrases and passages
which Christians, if not well in-
formed, might misunderstand be-
cause of prejudice.
Obviously, one cannot alter the
text of the Bible. The point is
that, with a version destined for
liturgical use, there should be an
ovei riding preoccupation to bring
out wplicicty the moaning of the
text, while taking scriptural
studies into account.
The preceding remarks also
apply to introductions to biblical
readings, to th.-- I'rayer of the
Faithful, and to commentaries
printed in missals used by the
laity. I
ALTHOUGH THERE is still a
great deal of work to be done, a
better understanding of Judaism
itself and its relationship to
Christianity has been achieved in
recent years thanks to the teach-
ing of the Church, the study and
research of scholars, as also to
the beginning of dialogue. In this
respect, the following facts de-
serve to be recalled.
It is the same God. "inspir-
er and author of the books of
both Testaments" who speaks
both in the old and new Cove-
nants.
Judaism in the time of
Christ and the Apostles was a
complex reality, embracing many
different trends, many spiritual,
religious, social and cultural
values.
The Old Testament and the
Jewish tradition founded upon it
must not be set against the New
Testament in such a way that the
former seems to constitute a re-
ligion of onlv justice, fear and
legalism. with no anneal to the
love of God and neighbor.
ALTHOUGH JESUS' teaching
had a profoundly new character,
Christ, nevertheless, in many
instances, took his stand on the
teaching of the Old Testament.
The New Testament \i orofound-
lv marked by its relation to the
Old.
As the Second Vatican Council
declared: "God. the insDirer and
author of the books of both Testa-
ments, wisely arranged that the
New Testament be hidden in the
Old and the Old be made mani-
fest in the New." Jesus also used
teaching methods similar to
those employed by the rabbis of
his time.
With regard to the trial and
death of Jesus, the Council re-
called that "what happened in
his passion cannot be blamed
upon all the Jews then living.
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Freedom: What is It?--Two Passover Views
The New Christian Doctrine from Rome
Continued from Page 5-D
without distinction, nor upon
the Jews of today."
The history of Judaism did not
end with the destruction of Je-
rusalem, but rather went on to
develop a religious tradition.
With the prophets and the
apostle Paul, "the Church awaits
the day, known to God alone, on
which all peoples will address
the Lord in a single voice and
'serve him with one accord.' "
INFORMATION CONCERNING
these questions is important at
all levels of Christian instruction
and education. Among sources of
information, special attention
should be paid to the following:
catechisms and religions text-
books, history books, the mass
media (press, radio, cinema, tele-
vision).
The effective use of these
means presupposes the thorough
formation of instructors and edu-
cators in training schools, semi-
naries and universities.
Research into the problems
bearing on Judaism and Jewish-
Christian relations will be en-
couraged among specialists, par-
ticularly in the fields of exigesis.
theology, history and sociology.
Higher institutions of Catholic
research, in association if pos-
sible with other similar Christian
institutions and experts, are in-
vited to contribute to the solu-
tion of such problems.
Wherever possible, chairs of
Jewish studies will be created,
and collaboration with Jewish
scholars encouraged.
JEWISH AND Christian tradi-
tion, founded on the Word of
God, is aware of the value of the
human person, the image of God.
LAV* of the same God must show
itself in effective action for the
good of mankind.
In the spirit of the prophets,
Jews and Christians will work
willingly together, seeking social
justice and peace at every level
local, national and interna-
tional.
At the same time, such collabo-
ration can do much to foster
mutual understanding and es-
teem.
The Second Vatican Council
has pointed out the path to fol-
low in promoting deep fellow-
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ans. But there is still a long road
ahead.
THE PROBLEM of Jewish
Christian relations concerns the
Church as such, since it is when
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areas where no Jewish communi-
ties exist, this remains an im-
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There is also an ecumenical
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In this field, the bishops will
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For example, they will create
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One Man s Family: The Rise of an Attorney General
E
\
jtv JACOB R. MARCUS, Director
American Jewish Archives
DW'ARD HIRSCH Levi. nomi-
nated by President Gerald
Ford to head the Department of
justice/fa ourneAv Attorney Gcn-
eral of the United States.
He is the first Jew to serve
,!. cabinet in that office, though
nnt the first Jew to be considered
i*or t'ne post, since Woodrow Wil-
had thought of nominating
D!ij, n. Brandeis. but had taken
net ion because Brandeis, still
his pre-Zionist phase, was
ed a radical.
IN 1804, Thoma= Jefferson had
discus-ed with Secretary of the
in Albert Gallatin the ap-
pointment of Judge Moses Levy,
of Philadelphia, as Attorney Gen-
Init Jefferson finally decid-
ed to bypass him.
Levy, who came from a notab'o
colonial family, had married out
of the faith, and was not a mem
ber of the Jewish community.
Edward H. Levi. president of
khe University of Chicago since
D968 and a member of Chicago
5 i] Congregation, can claim no
ilonial ancestry, but does come
hm one of the most remark-
ile rabbinical families in all
lmerican Jewish history.
EDWARD'S FATHER, Russian-
horn Rabbi Gerson Benedict Levi.
received his early schooling in
Glasgow, Scotland. When neces-
gary in later years, Gerson Levi
found it easy to conjure un a
delightful Scottish burr with a
twinkle in his eye.
This Russo Scottish Jewish
family finally came to the United
States where Gerson studied for
the rabbinate at the Jewish The-
o'ogical Seminary and earned a
PhD at the University of Penn-
, sylvania.
Elected to Phi Beta KaDpa. he
vas also a member of the ZBT
[Fraternity, in its formative davs
'a Zionist society ("Zion By
Justice To be redeemed").
THE YOUNG clergyman, his
Jewish Theological Seminary ex-
perience notwithstanding, settled
in Chicago as a Reform rabbi and
became known there as an ac-
complished Hebraist and Semi-
tlst; otherwise, one may be sure,
Emil Guw H''"-1 would not
have given h'm 'h hand of his
beloved (and still living) daugh-
ter, Elsa. in marriage.
Gerson's father-in-law. Emil G.
Ilirsch, rabbi of the Sinai Congre-
gation, deserves to be remember-
ed as one of the most distinguish-
ed and most scholarly rabbis of
his day.
For manv years he also served
a i professor of Jewish studies at
the University of Chieago.
Hirsch and his friends took con-
siderable interest in the Univer-
sity, and when it was reorganized
in 1890. Sinai's wealthy .lews
raised a substantial sum of money
in order to match a proposed
grant from John D. Rockefeller
and appear to h?ve saved the
school.
EMIL G. HIRSCH was a great
orator, an editor of the "Reform
Advocate," and the outstanding
Jewish religious liberal of trans-
allegheny America as far West
as the Pacific Coast.
He preached on Sunday only,
usually to a packed house. It was
he who wrote Reform Judaism's
social justice plank at the famous
Pittsburgh Conference of 1885;
prior to the rise of Stephen S.
Wise in New York. Hirsch was
unquestionably American Jewry's
leading rabbinic fighter against
the social ills of the Gilded Age.
HE WAS a Hebraist as well,
and when he visited the Hebrew
Union College in the days before
America's entry into World War
I. he and Dr. David Neumark.
professor of philosophy, would
pace the halls conversing in He-
brew, followed by a pack of ad-
miring youngsters who were try-
ing to understand what the two
giants were talking about.
Hirsch's father was Dr. Samuel
Hirsch. who had received his
PhD degree from Leipzig and had
finally become chief rabbi of the
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
THE ELDER Hirsch, one of
the outstanding Reform rabbis of
Europe, an active leader in the
continental conferences, which
helped bring the new liberal
theology to birth, was called to
Philadelphia when he was al-
ready past the age of fifty.
A learned philosopher, he had
as a young rabbi in his twenties
already written his magnum
opus, "The Religious Philosophy
of the Jews." This religious rad-
ical, who in 1869 presided over
the first left-win" rabbinical con-
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disinclined to hold religious serv-
ices on Sunday and was called to
Philadelphia when his friend
R ibbi David Einhorn moved to
New York.
IT WAS in all probability Ein-
horn who induced his Philadel-
phia congregants to bring Hirsch
from Luxembourg. Tinhorn had
come to America in 1855. leaving
behind a Eurone which would not
accent his religious radicalism,
His life th sre had been a seizes
ol disappointments
The brilliant, bold, and abra-
sive Einhorn was a native of
Fuerth (where Secretary of
State. Henrv A. Kissinger, was
born in 19H3).
AT 17, young Einhorn. raised
as an Orthodox Jew, received a
rabbinical certificate, but moved
speedily to the left, where ulti-
mately his intransigent liberalism
brought him not only leadership
but bitter heartache.
He finally left for Hungary, but
the reactionary government there
closed his synagogue, and he was
no doubt haDnv to come to Balti-
more's liberal Har Sinai pulpit in
1855.
Here, in his new American
home, he established the month-
ly German language "Sinai," un-
doubtedly in its Jay the country s
most learned and liberal Jewish
C I
WHEN THE Civil War broke
on! and pro-South riots erupted
in Baltimore, Einhorn, an out-
spoken anti slavery man. was
compelled to flee to Philadelphia
where be officiated until 1866
When he moved on to New York.
Three years before hi'- death
in 1879. Einhorn preached at the
centennial of the Declaration*of
Independence, II was characteris-
tically a powerful sermon prais-
ing America for its egalitarian
ide;ils hut denouncing the coun-
try's growing religious bigotry
and its corruption in high places.
The 1870's. one recalls, was the
decade which witnessed the taint
and the rottenness of the Grant
administration.
ONE OF Einhorn's daughters
married Emil G. Hirsch, Edward
Hirsch Levi's grandfather. Thus
Samuel Hirsch and David Ein-
horn. two of the great figures in
European liberal Judaism, are
both great-grandfathers of Ed-
ward H. Levi.
The Jewish Theological Semi-
nary from which Gerson B. Levi
had graduated has given Edward
H. Levi an honorary degree as
has the Hebrew Union College,
v hich had also honored grand-
father Emil G. Hirsch and had
had for its president granduncle
Kaufman Kohler.
Einhorn had been a hitter op-
ponent of the more conservative
Isaac M. Wise, the founder ol
Cincinnati's Him i Union Col
lege, but the Hirsch-Einhorn clan
made their peace with tho~<"ol-
|e whra Kohler, who had mar-
ried another of Einhorn's daugh-
ters was elected its president in
If 03.
EDWARD II. I.EYI is fully
able to stand on his own two feet
His eminent career at th? Uni-
versity of Chicago which he
served as law school Dean and
Univi rsity orovost as well as
presidenthas made this abun-
dantly clear.
But surely it can be only a
source of added trcn.'th for him
to be able to look back to a fami-
Iv which includes a learned fa-
ther, an illustrious grandfather,
and two remarkable great-grand-
fathers, all notable rabbis.
Levi's new post is a tremendous
challenge, but with his own.na-
tive ability and the shades of his
forefathers hovering benevolent-
lv over his shoulders, one ven-
tures to predict that his chances
after Watergate of rehabilitating
the office of Attorney General
are excellent.
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ZIONIST leaders in this coun-
try and Israel are bemoaning
the fact that there is not enough
information about Israel and
Zionism to arm American Jews
to stem the growing tide of
Arab propaganda,
This pronaanda slick and
subtle, subliminal and obvious is.
beginning to innundate the news
and editorial pases of the daily
press, much to the consternation
and anxiety of these leaders.
At the same time, the Zionist
informational am>,.r;itus here and
in Israel tends to relegate their
activities to producing and repro-
ducing what to many Jews seems
to be hackneved cliche-ridden
statements and shibboleths that
are geared more for emotional
barrage aeainst the Arabs than
for thout'htful and incisive re-
buttals that Jews can use in
answering some of the Arab con-
tentions.
IT IS a sad but objective fact
that at the moment the Arabs
appear to be eaining in the nrona-
ganda war. but more bv default
than because of any genuine con-
tributions to the arsenal of clear
and objective thinking.
They are gaining by virtue of
the absence of incisive Zionist
educational material and. alter-
nately, by the dissemination of
glittering albeit surface propa-
ganda material of the kind that
was serviceable before the Arab
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The Old Doctrines
Ideological Warfare Unfolding
*
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propaganda drive began in full
force.
For too long a time Zionists
and Jewish and non-Jewish sup-
porters of Israel felt they had
cornered the market on pro-Is-
rael propaganda. And for too
long a time this feeling caused
a certain amount of smugness,
an attitude that history had ir-
revocably absolved Zionism and
Israel.
Many American Jews did not
feel challenged to answer or deal
* i
with Arab propaganda as long
as Israel was receiving kudos
in the American press and fro-
American policy and public opin-
ion moulders, and as long as the
Arab propaganda machinery was
in low gear.
EVEN MANY Israelis, includ-
ing those involved in public in
formation affairs and in the news
media, who were told that their
cause had to be constantly re-
enforced and restated in
America, and that this required
available educational material for
widespread distribution, respond-
ed by claiming that this was only
a problem for diaspora-oriented
Jews, that Israels cause was well
known and assured and that, in
any case, who cared about what
tlr.e "goyim" thought about Is
rael and Zionism. (
Several prominent Israelis told
this writer when he was last in
Israel: why should Israel be any
more concerned with its image
to the world at large than, say,
the United States, France. Eng-
land or any other established
country? Why does Israel have
to justify itself? Israel is a nor-
mal nation and doesn't feel that
it has to explain or justify its
existence or actions to anyone.
ONE STATED quite heatedly,
"We are what we sre. Let them
judge us by our actions. Words
don't change anyone's mind."
But all this has Droved to be
transient and illusory. Now
American and Israeli Zionist
leaders are beginning to feel the
sciueeze of Arab oropauanda and
what Hamlet called the "pangs
of despised love."
This has been driven home re-
peatedly in the last few weeks
by such personalities as Leon
Dulzin, Rabbi Israel Miller. Am-
bassador David Rivlin. Meyer
Wcisgal and Abba Eban. What
can be done? Moreover, what can
be done about what?
Arab propaganda the pro-
Friday, March 28, 1975
fessional, not the strident
covers the entire field of Zionist
history, Palestine and the State
of Israel in all its ramifications.
Some of this propaganda is
highly theoretical, dealing with
the nature of Zionism as theory
and practice. It is slick, it is well
researched, it is analytical, and
goes quite frequently to original
source material, quoting copi-
ously although one-sidedly and
outof-context some of the more
sanguine statements of pioneer
and current Zionist leaders.
THE EFFECTIVENESS of this
approach cannot be underestimat-
ed merely because it is on a
highly sophisticated and even
academic level. It only serves to
impress the impressionable with
the seriousness of the propagan-
da, and unless one is familiar
with chapter and verse of the
Zionists quoted it is impossible
to detect the highly selective
method of quoting.
In addition, a great deal of
Arab propaganda is developed,
refined and adapted to the needs
of professors, intellectuals, stu-
dents, trade unionists and jour-
nalists by Arab and left-wing
specialist: in the field of Israel
and Zionism.
And little of this is glib or
facile. Individuals of stature like
the French Marxist, Maxime Rod-
inson. a professor at the Sor-
bonne and the son of one of the
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-Trade Unions in Paris, have me-
ticulously developed views of
Zionism as an imperialist ideolo-
gy and Israel as a colonial-settler
state.
TO ANYONE not conversant
with the history, theory and prac-
tice of Zionism, these views are
hard to beat. The Arab propa-
gandists and their left-wing part-
ners are not only prolific writers
but also voracious readers, much
more so than the average Zionist
in a given local community.
They have the source material
>.d are trained to use it to
rove" their contentions. Why
n't the Zionists do the same
prove the real nature of Zi-
onism and expose the specious
Arab statements about Zionism
and Israel? Part of the answer
is that for too many years they
were convinced of Israel's and
Zionism's rightej'js cause and
their reading and studying habits
became slovenly.
But the time for this is long
past. It is easy enough for the
national Zionist oreanizations,
the American Zionist Federation,
and the World Zionist Organiza-
:ion to provide various source
. aterial geared specifically to
fademics, student*, organizers,
irnalists and activists.
THE ZIONIST community does
not have the millions of petro-
dollars the Arabs are using for
their propaganda activities in
this country but it does have the
skilled writers, theoreticians and
publicists to effectively counter
this propaganda.
It is easy enough for local
Zionist groups to form study
circles, for a starter, to analyze
Arab propaganda in t.he light of
actual Zionist writings, but the
pertinent information has to be
available and that has to be sup-
plied by the Zionist educational
ipparatus here and in Israel.
The responsibility and the
blame for the lack of such in-
formation rests squarely with the
official Zionist groups which,
thus far, have been lackadaisical
in their educational efforts.
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reluctant to challenge the Arab
propagandists inlet's not reject
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can be aired and exchanged in
the market place of ideas. When
was the last time that Zionists
discussed Achad Ha'am's scathing
denunciation of the early naive
Zionist view that Palestine was
a "land without people for a
people without land?"
It might be well to reprint this
article, "The Truth About Pales-
tine," written in 1891. When was
the last time that Zionists re-
ferred to the Brith Shalom
(Peace Alliance) and Ichud
movements in Palestine in the
late 1920s and early 1930s which
sought ways to achieve Arab-
Jewish rapprochement and had
in its leadership such Zionist
luminaries as Hugo Bergmann,
Henrietta Szold, Arthur Ruppin.
Judah Magnes and Hayim Kalva
risky?
WHEN WAS the last time ref-
erence was made to Nachman
Syrkin's "The Socialist Jewish
State" written in 1898 where he
wrote: "The best and most honor-
able way, however, is to secure
the land (in Palestine) in alli-
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rule and seek a just distribution
of the liberated territories.
'They should support revolu-
tionary elements (the 'Insur-
gents') and should enlist as
volunteers in the war against
Turkey."
When was the last time Zion- ish Policies"?
i
Lsts referred to the wealth of in-
formation about Palestine con-
tained in the now out of print
two volume 1.380 page Esco
Foundation Study, "Palestine: A
"study- of Jewish. Arab and Brit-
AND FOR that matter, when
was the last time Histadrut fo-
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history in the early 1920s when
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AS IS thp case each Passover,
we recall the plight of the
Jewi in Egypt 3,600 years ago,
wtttl hitter herb* Today, it be-
hoves the Je.vioh community to
y.-.-. -nb'etns around it.
Probably central to this think-
ing is the condition of Israel,
faced as it is with enormous
economic problems and the vv.j
of Arabs surround!** it
The Middle East, by virtrue
(or vice) of being the center of
political and economic (oil) tur-
moil, is drawing the ire and fire
of many other world powers.
Whether the conflict there will
be solved by Dr. Kissinger's step-
by-step approach or whether it
will have to move to Geneva
where the two superpowers will
co-chair, is fifty-fifty at this
writing.
KISSINGER, on leaving for
the Middle East, promised no
panaceas, probably to anticipate
the lack of success. The Soviets
continue to engage in their
political pursuits in the same
area.
The Israeli Prime Minister has
publicly stated he favors the Kis-
singer approach, not so much be-
cause he thinks Kissinger's will
prevail, as he wishes to avoid the
Geneva conference to face the
Soviets whose position vis-a-vis
Israel is not palatable
However, since 197~. according
U. the latest Harris Poll in the
'U.S.. sympathy for lrael has
risen from 3 per cent to 52 per
ee it while at home thr major
Onuses for inflation and recession
,-e laid at the doors of the Arabs.
ALSO A high percentage i.f the
American people blame recession
on strictly home factors. At the
same time, a poll in Israel re-
vealed that 7' per cent of the
peo^'e do not have faith in Kis-
singer's method.
In which case, for whom is
Kissinger working in this matter,
if not for the American and Is.-
raeli people? It is something
for American Jews to ponder.
Some key and leading Israelis
are leaning towards Geneva as
the full vehicle for settlement
rather than the salami, step-by-
step approach of Kissinger which
many are now associating with
the failure in Vietnam.
If he should succeed so much
the better. Certainly he should
be given all suDooTt in the at-
torn-* to succeed. But success
for whom?
WE ARE faced with other
problem, although it hits Jews as
well. It affects therefore the in-
volvement of Jews in campaign
efforts not only for Israel but for
indigenous needs which, in the
'ight of conditions here, become
lore pressing.
We discover there is a Jewish
po r. mostly among the aged,
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*ell4ts funding. What has lit up
the matter has been the recent
investigation into housing and
care for the elderly where Jews,
on either side of the investiga-
tion, figure prominently.
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kible threatthe Americans?
All this winds its way to the
tenter of American government,
IVashington, also to presidential
politics and concern over who
ill head either of the two tick-
ets.
WHETHER it will be the in-
bumbent President Ford or some-
jly else in 1976 or one. of the
|ny Democrats assembling and
keying for that nomination
heart of the matter is the
and on issues: towards Israel,
the oil exchange and as causative
factor in inflation, the trade deal
with the Soviets which apparent-
ly, but not really, hinges on So-
viet permission for Jews there
to emigrate.
If that figure is 100,000. as Dr.
Nahum Goldman has said, who
ultimately want out_ the matter
of Soviet trade is more profound
than Jewish emigration, around
which.Sen. Henry Jackson is bas-
ing one of his claims for Jewish
support and constituency.
The European situation mir-
rors the overall problems con-
fronting Jews. Bankers there are
being excluded, according to re-
port?, from business deals with
Arab consortia while govcriv
ments are rushing higgledy-
piggledy into arms sales with
Arab countries.
THE ONLY recent brighter
note was French disgust with
Arab terrorism at their airports
and the feeling that now. finally.
something had to be done.
But maneuvring persists, espe-
cially within the oil consuming
nations, as they haggle for ad-
vantage with the oil producer
(mostly Arab) countries.
While the situation .1,600 years
ago was tough, one of the rea-
sons was that we were slaves. But
today, we are free people, even
in the Soviet Union, to tjie degree
of our distance from Jewish tradi-
tion.
While a Moses now wouldn t
hurt wc have leaders, but the
resolution of these problems
faring the Jewish communities
resides within the talents of the
communities themselves and their
need to know the facts so that
they can act on them. m
leeded are New Insights Into Old Zionist Doctrines
<
Continued from Page 9-D
Jewish and Arab workers orga-
nized and fought side by side
(gainst the British strike-break-
rs. union busters and company
inions in Palestine?
he object of all this? To show
jthe history, theory and prac-
'of Zionism which led to the
Bunding of the State of Israel
not a monolithic movement
Fcing everyone to fall into line,
nor an imperialist-oriented move-
Iment and ideology, nor a colonial-
Igettler state movement, but
[rather a movement and ideology
Iof a people deply imbued with
land committed to the goal of
restructuring Jewish existence
as a cohesive people in coopera-
tion with and not in opposition
to Arab workers and other op-
pressed peoples in the region.
The point, too, is to show that
Zionism is and remains a his-
torically legitimate movement of
the international liberation of the
Jewish people, as legitimate his-
torically as any other national
liberation movement: and to
show that Zionism and the Jew-
ish yishuv in Palestine forced out
the British imperialists, not the
Arabs.
UNFORTUNATELY, Zionism
and Israel are forced constantly
to justify their history and exis-
tence, not only in the field of
propaganda but on the battle-
field as well. If the older gen-
eration of Zionists here and in
Israel have forgotten or are ig-
tpIieoN,
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formation
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Some Passover Tales: Erasing the Sins of My Father
' Continued from Page 3-D
3r.
Juices arc very high, and We can-
Htft afford to paSs out "So much
expensive Passover food to
strangers."
THE RABBI gave his advice:
"With many guests," said the rab-
bi, "it is permissible to serve the
second-best foods, giblets and
leavings."
"!J2 we may serve the second-
best to our guests," said the head
of the community. "Thank you,
rabbi."
"No," said the rabbi, "not to
the guests. You, I, the other
leaders of the community, will
eat the giblets and the second-
best. For guests, only the very
best is good enough."
ft ft ft
A POOR man came to his rabbi,
a couple of days before Passover,
to ask a ruling: Is it permissible,
he inquired, to use milk for the
four cups, instead of wine? For
he had no money for wine, he ex-
plained.
The rabbi thought deeply a
moment, then went to his purse.
He gave the man a 25-ruble note.
The man didn't want to take it,
but finally accepted the money
when the rabbi assured him it
was to be considered as a loan.
Gratefully, the man left.
THE RABBI'S wife had wit-
nessed the transaction and up-
braided her husband: "The man
only needed wine. For wine, two
or three rubles would have been
enough. Why did you give him
so much money?"
"Because!" the rabbi replied,
"obviously, since he considered
using milk for, h,is,,cuj)s instead
of wine, it meant that the man
had none of the other foods need-
ed for Passover. Certainly, he
could not have mixed milk with
chicken. Since he had no pros-
pect of buying chicken, milk
from his own goat might have
sufficed. I gave him enough to
buy chickens and everything
else needed. There is nothing
wrong with using milk for the
four cups but chicken at the
Seder meal is a necessity, es-
pecially for a poor man."
V # #
IT HAPPENED during a period
when some enemies of the Jews
have revived the canard that
Jews use the blood of a Christian
to mix with their baking of mat-
zoh. The Jewish community fear-
ed tragic attacks. A couple of
weeks before Passover, the rabbi
made the rounds of the several
bakeries in town where matzohs
were being made. He watched the
labors of many women and chil-
dren who were being exploited
mercilessly by the master bakers,
who worked their help from sun-
up to midnight.
That Sabbath, the rabbi deliv-
ered a special sermon. The shock-
ed congregation heard their rabbi
say: "Yes, rabothai. Unfortunate-
ly, it is true, as some of our worst
enemies sav, that we use blood
in our matzoh. 1 saw it myself.
Not the blood of Christians. But
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of the poor widows, of the little
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any matzoh."
:y-""iAnd-' thW,v "were born the eight-hour day
and the law against child labor."
it ft ft
WHY DOES an honest Jew buy
a new Haggadah each year, asked
Pa, since the contents are the
same as in last year's? The rea-
son is that the Haggadah lists the
four categories: The wise son, the
evil one, the simple one and him
who does not even know enough
to ask questions. But remember,
my sonslast year's wicked one
may be this year's hero. So do
justice to all.
ft ft ft
Although Pa was himself a
Maskil, an enlightened one, he
was not above telling a good
story even at the expense of
some maskilim. For too many of
the maskilim were bigoted, and
Pa hated bigotry in any quarter.
Two authors, told Pa. came to
see a great rabbi one time. Both
had written new commentaries.
One was a small town rabbi; the
other, a prominent maskil. Both
asked the great rabbi for his
imprimatur. The great man look-
ed over the two manuscripts. To
the maskil he said: I cannot give
you my imprimatur; your gram-
mar is atrociotts. To the small-
town rabbi the great one gave
h}s imprimatur. ..... .-, lf '-..
THE MASKIL went home an-
grily. Soon, the small town rab-
bi's work was published. The mas-
kil read it. He found it full ot
had grammar. Angry, he went
back to the great rabbi. "This
man can't write a decent sen-
tence," he yelled, "his grammar
is atrocious, and his syntax is
non-existent. Yet you gave him
your imprimatur, while you de-
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bi, "because the small town rabbi
used the language of the wise son
in the Haggadah. He asked the
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question: What do these com-
mandments mean to us? If the
answer employed bad grammar
it was nevertheless based on a
correct question. You a.skpd, like
the wicked one: What do tnese
commandments mean to you
,.tB,.J!'0U.ir,nd not to us. Therefore,
i followed'
the precept of
'Set his teeth
the
on
Haggadah:
edge.'"
IN OUR family, when we came
to that passage in the Haggadah,
the boys would always and on
purpose mistranslate that injunc-
tion about setting the wicked
one's teeth on edge. The Hebrew
verb is "hakheh." Invariably,
one or two of the boys would
translate that: "Hak im in die
tzeiner"adding, for good meas-
ure, in English, "punch him in
the teeth."
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nmnemorating the Miraculous Redemption of Israel from Egypt
I By DR. HELEN HIRSCH
J intrinsic beauty of all dur
Ltivals lies in their unique
j of being each a lively ex-
Ince of the exalting lesson
they commemorate. The
[solemn of the three harvest
titles, Passover, epitomizes
Jlmpressive reliving of a great
ktorical episode in Jewish life.
offers a supreme example of
hallowing of man's life un-
the influence of religion.
She coming Passover is con-
futed by the Kiddush prayer,
Rising the Almighty for the
of the festival, the going out
narked by the Havdalah bless-
proclaiming the everlasting
(inction betwen the sacred and
orofane in a God-given life.
ta K ANCIENT rabbis said:
[if of the festival is unto the
Id and half unto yourselves."
Irefore the joy and gladness
'Passover are bound up with
emn worship, time honored
ual and strict instructions to-
rd the strengthening of man's
fritual life. The Story of Pass-
is a classic example of the
tvention of Divine Power
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which has always determined the
fate of our people.
Passover, which begins on the
15th of Nisan (Mar. 26) and lasts
for eight days, is the joyous Fes-
tival of Spring, the annual glor-
ious renewal of Nature's life.
Therefore its strong human ap-
peal is as perennial as Spring.
But it is al an historical festi-
val commemorating the miracu-
lous redemption of Israel from
Egyptian bondage, which has
changed the destinies of human-
ity.
THE MOVING story, recorded
in the first 15 chapters of Exo-
dus, is one of the greatest
parables of mankind. It taught
men that God, wim in Kgypt es-
poused the cause of brick-making
slaves against a mighty royal op-
pressor, was a God of Justice and
Freedom and that grim destruc-
tion awaited every tyrant who
denied justice and fredom to the
children of men.
Thus, Passover is as timely to-
day, as it was thousands of years
ago, and has a stirring message
for all.
To spread a full understanding
of its eternal significance, our
ancient sages deemed it a sacred
task to begin with the impress-
ionable mind of the young, ap-
pealing strongly to the intelli-
gent child.
THE MOST distinctive feature
of the festival is the prohibition
of eating any leavened bread.
Only matzo"the bread of afflic-
tion is allowed.
, The Seder aervwe ls.ropenec
by the four questions: father's
answer is a running commentary
of prayers, legends and exnorta-
tions telling the old but ever
new story of the exodus.
THE SEDER is a typical ex-
ample of Jewish education; the
time-hallowed ceremonies become
object lessons in religion and
sacred history. The Haggadah
teaches us: "Every Jew should
regard himself as if he had per-
sonally come out of Egypt.''
The entire ceremonial tends to
the self-identification \,t the child
with his fathers and w> fostering
in his tender soul, the firm re-
solve to take his part in the Jew-
ish present and past.
In the dark Middle Ages, the
Seder night was a time of terror
to the Jews of Europe. It was
on the eve of Passover. 1190,
that the Jews of York, surround-
ed by a murderous mob. resolved
to anticipate slaughter by suicide
and perished almost to a man.
FROM THE 12th century on-
ward, the Satanic charge of using
human blood at the Seder was
brought against the Jew by
malevolent fanatics; that foul
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libel has been responsible for a
. bu*a oi mucous massacres.
In "The Rabbi of Bachrach,"
Heinrich Heine tells us the mov-
ing story of the rabbi and his
wife who had to flee from the
Seder table.
In legends and pictures, the
Haggadah teaches us that free-
dom is the most precious treas-
ure whose value must be learned
anew, year by year, in every suc-
cessive generation. Thus the
Seder nights evoke precious his-
toric memories; before our men-
tal eyes the beloved millennia-
old Seder ritual stretches end-
lessly, encircling the globe
through endless generations; it
brings to life the oppressed,
beaten slaves casting off their
shackles and raising their voices
in loud praise of God Almighty,
who by a miracle liberated them
and watched faithfully over them
during their forty years of weary
wandering through the desert,
until they reached Canaan the
Promised Land.
THUS ENDS the Seder telling
to the young and old of the
heroic rebellion against oppres-
sion and of the regaining of
glorious freedom.
Throughout the long blood-
stained millennia. Passover has
symbolized the relentless fight
for man's most precious posses-
sionfreedom, whether it meant
flight from a hostile Egypt or
from any other oppressive force.
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How Shamefully We Neglect Our Elderly
By RICHARD ( OIU \
Associate Executive Director
American Jewish Congress
HPHE AMERICAN people are
getting old. More than 20 mil-
lion of us are over the age of
65.-Of these 5-per rait -more
than one million men and women
live in nursing homes.
In the last few months, hardly
a day has passed without new
charges alleging scandal in the
nursing home industry. That
scandal was touched off in large
part by a report on nursing
homes published by the American
Jewish Congress last July under
the title, "The Last Resort A
Citizen's Guide to Nursing Home
Reform."
OUR STUDY found that de-
spite governmental expenditures
of more than three billion dol-
lars per year on institutional and
other care for the aged, tens of
thousands of nursing home pa-
tients were suffering from neg-
lect, abuse, degredation.
We found that citizen groups
were largely indifferent to the
situation. And that government
agencies on every level city,
state and federal had failed to
supervise the operation of these
homes, despite their heavy fi-
nancial involvement.
Thanks to the investigative
work of one reporterJohn Hess
of The New York Timesthe rea-
sons for this failure of respon-
sibility have become clear. The
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wretched condition of nursing
home residents is due in large
part to corruption and misman-
agement.
THE AGED, the sick and the
infirm who live in proprietary
that is, profit-makinghomes
have been denied the care to
which they are entitled. And
every taxpayer has suffered as
wellbecause it is our taxes that
pay for these homeson a cost-
plus basis.
(Some of these "costs," it is
alleged, involve such things as
no-show jobs, relatives on the
payroll, public relations fees dis-
guised as legal costs and other
financial manipulations that
drive up the cost of operating
the homes, drive up the profits
of the operators and drive up the
cost to the taxpayers.)
That is why the American Jew-
ish Congress is gratified that
Governor Carey responded posi-
tively recently to our proposal
for a Moreland Act commission
with broad powers to undertake
a major investigation of the nurs-
ing home industry in New York
State.
IF IN fact public officials
have intervened to protect the
interests of those who have mis-
served the elderly, cheated the
public and defrauded the govern-
ment, the cleanup must begin at
once.
We need strong laws to protect
the patients in nursing homes.
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We need effective enforcement
of the laws that already exist.
We need to bring to justice
those who have misused govern-
ment funds and victimized the
aged and inform.
SOME CHANGES can be
brought about at once. Mayor
Beame can use the city's own
fire, building, sanitation and
health ordinances to send inspec-
tors into proprietary nursing
homes tomorrow morning.
He can use the city's Adminis-
trative Code to vacate and con-
demn homes with serious viol*
tions. And he can seek legisla-
tion that would permit him to ap-
point temporary public trustees
to replace existing management
in homes where conditions threat-
en patient health and safety.
In the last analysis, it is the
welfare of the men and women
in nursing homes that must re-
ceive our highest priority.
IN THE welter of charges of
fraud and political protection of
individual nursing home propri-
etors, we must make sure that
the plight of the patient is not
forgotten and that nursing homes
become places of comfort and
pleasantness not -merely aven-
ues for capital investment and
sites of profit maximization.
Then, and only then, will our
society be able to heed the ad-
monition of the Psalmist: "Cast
me not off in time of old age;
when my strength faileth, for-
sake me not."
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"With the approach of Passover, the mind mate goal and calls for a ceaseless, unre-
of the Jew is called upon to give thought tenting pursuit of it. In every period, free-
to the subject of Freedom Thus the goal dom needs to be redefined, reevaluated
of freedom is never attained. It is an ulti- and regained." (Page 2-E).


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Friday, March 28, 1975
Theme of Passover is Freedom
By RABBI SAMIEL UMBN
TT'ITH THE approach of Pa over the mind of the Jew is
calTed" upon "TXT give* thought to
the subject of Freedom.
From the very infancy of the
human race, man struggle! to
win more of the b.isic righto due
him as a human being and par-
ticularly that right from which
a!! his other ri Bonamely
freedom.
AS MAN progresses and de-
v>' >ps intelle
the freedom of hi< day. He
a deeper understanding of it:
sees its need for further growth
am: self-r alizatton.
So. whatever is consider
freedom by one generation, is
regarded as slavery by the next
generation. Thus the goal of free
dm is never attained It is a::
ultimate goal and calls for a
ceaseless, unrelenting pursuit of
it In every oeriod freedom needs
to he re"-.' luated and
regained.
Now it is perfectly conceivable
for 1 pen in to live in a society
of which freedom is its chief con-
cern and yet find himself in a
condition of servitude.
While freedom may be guaran-
teed to us from the outside, that
b by the ruling power, by the
goverssnent, for inner freedom,
however, there is no guarantee.
Inner freedom denends entirely
upon the individual.
TO ACHIEVE inner freedom
one needs to be master of his
destiny: he needs to be able to
control his actions, his thoughts,
impulses, brute forces, present in
all human beings,
"Man." says Nicholas Berday-
cv. is a tyrant over himself .
He tyrannizes over himself bv
Jjest (A/ishes j-&r JAc
\^)nr "friends
FARM STORES
These Jewish children in Fez. Morocco, receive training
in Judaism through programs of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee with support from Federa-
tions Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
This student's thoughts are on Passover.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MR. and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GORDON
and FAMILY
false beliefs, superstitions, myths
He tyrannizes over himself by
every sort of fear that is pos-
sible He tyrannizes over himself
by envy, by self-love, resentment
... By his enslaving will man en-
slaves not only another but him-
self."
Inner freedom can be attained
only when a person's life is guid-
ed by high ethical and moral
princioles. "The object of sys-
Continued on I'ajre 11-E
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Vatican in the Political Winds
By UZI BENZIMAN
Jerusalem
|-*ESPITE THE positive aspects of the Vatican's
recently published document on Christian-
Jewish "relationsespecially its condemnation of
Jewish relationsespecially its condemnation of
a distinctly negative change in recent months in
the Pope's attitude towards Israel.
The Vatican's memorandum did not include
any reference to the State of Israel. This delib-
erate omission was explained by church sources
as resulting from purely theological motives.
They claimed that the memorandum dealt with
the relations between the two religions and had
no political content or significance. But the ex-
planation has not satisfied some observers here.
WHEN ZIONISM was born, the Pope openly
expressed his reservations about the new move-
ment. Pope Pius X told Theodor Herzl, who had
sought his support for the establishment of a
Jewish State in Palestine: "We cannot prevent
the Jews from coming to Palestine, but we will
never agree with it The soil of Jerusalem be-
came holy because of the life of Jesus.
Following is an alternate view to the one
taken in "Freedom: What is It? A
Christian Declaration." (See Page 2-D).
"The Jews did not give their recognition to
Jesus; therefore we can neither give our recog-
nition to a Jewish nation nor can we support this
(the Zionist) movement. If you come to Pales-
tine and settle there you will find us ready to
welcome you. Our monks, priests and churches
will be prepared to convert all of you."
Perhaps as a consequence of the Catholic doc-
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Egyptian funerary boat. Wood, 20th cen-
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'J'he lands of the East Med-
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and the Red Sea. In this region,
there grew and developed the art
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was to increase our knowledge
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Arie L. Ben-Eli. His aim was to
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evolution of shipbuilding and
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Indian Ocean.
From the beginning, the Haifa
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and development of the Museum
With the generous aid of the
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Haifa Museum
Continued from Preceding; Page
models of ships whufh illustrate
5.000 years of maritime history.
Here you can see. for instance,
ancient Egyptian funerary boa\
and models of seagoing ships.
King Solomon's famous "Tarshish
ships." the craft of the Phoenici-
ans, Greeks, Romans and the ves-
sels of the European explorers.
Among the departments of the
Museum are those dealing with
Underwater Archaeology, Marine
Ethnology, the Sea and Ships in
Art, Fish in Ritual and Art, The
Sea and Its Deities, Marine
Charts, Numismatics (maritime
subjects on coins and medals)
and Scientific Instruments (navi
pational, astronomical, surveying
and time-keeping).
These collections represent a
precious record of man's progres-
sive efforts to traverse and
master the seas.
THE COLLECTION of antiqui
ties recovered from the sea bot-
tom, or brought to light by arch-
aeologists in the lands of the East
Mediterranean, show clearly how
important seafaring was to the
people who inhabited that region
then as now.
What is' perhaps surprising to
learn is that the ancient Israel-
ites were involved in maritime
matters. Yet this is amply proved
by the exhibits of the Museum.
In fact, the documentary proof
of Jewish seafaring is substan-
tial, but more interesting than
the written records is the Mu-
seum's collection of ancient Ju-
daean coins, wall drawings and
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Haifa.
reliefs that show shipping as an
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Friday, March 28, 1975
Arab Petrodollars Buying World
By WILLIAM SAPHIRE
F OIL is the fuel that turns
the wheels of industry, money
is the grease on which public
opinion rides. The latter, derived
from the former, is currently be-
ing employed in prodigious quan-
tities by Arab rulers in a global
image-building process aimed at
the West in general but primari-
ly at the United States where
the bulk of Western power and
wealth resides.
The purpose is three-fold: To
depict the Arabs as paragons of
sweet reasonableness, long mis-
understood and painfully wrong-
ed in their struggle to improve
their lot; to tarnish and possibly
topple the favorable image Israel
has built in this country over
the last quarter century; to al-
lay fears that another Arab big
money operation buying into
the American economy is real-
ly as dangerous as it seems.
THE PROPAGANDA and in-
vestment campaigns, running
along parallel tracks, have re-
ceived considerable public notice
of late. But what has been re-
ported in the press may be only
the tip of the iceberg. And to be
forewarned does not necessarily
mean to be forearmed.
Nevertheless, the influx of
Middle East oil money into the
U.S. is causing concern in Wash-
ington.
The Administration is worried,
John W. Finney reported in the
New York Times recently, "that
some oil rich countries might try
to take over financial control of
critical defense industries."
A study of this problem, un-
dertaken by the Ford Adminis-
tration, is an indirect outgrowth
of certain "offers" reported dur-
ing the past year. Last spring,
an Arab consortium organized by
a Lebanese investment banker,
Roger Tamraz, discussed buying
41 percent of the stock in the
financially troubled Lockheed
Aircraft Corp., a major defense
contractor.
The offer did not reach the
negotiating stage but was seen
in Washington as a "warning
signal."
SIMILARLY, oil-wealthy Iran,
a non-Arab Moslem nation that
has recently been leaning closer
to the Arab side, offered finan-
cial assistance to another ailing
American aerospace firm and
defense contractor, the Grum-
man Corp.
The offer originally called for
Iran to obtain a potential equity
position in the company, Finney
reported. But the Pentagon in-
tervened, encouraging a loan
from Teheran but insisting that
Iran not be given stock in Grum-
man, a traditional producer of
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Undeterred, the Iranians were
reported to be negotiating finan-
cial assistance for the nearly
bankrupt Pan American World
Airways and its sister airline,
TWA which, though on more
solid financial ground, is losing
money because of the increased
price of fuel.
EARLIER THIS month, mav-
erick American businessman Ar-
mand Hammer who made his
first fortune more than 50 years
ago when Lenin awarded him
the Ford tractor franchise in the
USSR, told a special Senate sub-
committee that a Saudi Arabian
businessman had bought more
than a million shares of his Oc-
cidental Petroleum Co. stock.
Occidental, America's tenth
largest oil company which has
recently experienced hard times,
was about to be taken over by
the much larger Standard Oil of
Indiana when the Saudian in-
vestment was disclosed.
Arab penetration of major
Western European industries
also had repercussions in Amer-
ican security and financial cir-
cles. Defense officials in Wash-
ington were reported to be seri-
ously disturbed by the news from
West Germany that Iran has ac-
quired a 25 percent interest in
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Arab Petrodollars
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Continued from Preceding Fane
the steel division of the giant
Krupp empire and thai nil-rich
Kuwait has just bought 11 per-
cent of the Daimler-lien/, the
West German manufacturer of
luxury motorcars and military
vehicles.
MUCH CLOSER to home WHS
the recently headlined offer by
Arab oil interests to lend New
York City $250 million to cope
Hth its fiscal crisis. According
"to New York Post reporter
David Rosenthal, the offer was
coin eyed by a West German
broker, Armin Strobel. on behalf
of ".Middle East interests."
He refused to identify his cli-
ents but sources in the City
Controllers office said that Arab
oil money was involved, Rosen-
thai reported. The offer was re-
jected on grounds that the terms
were "disadvantageous."
If the Arabs wouldn't buy
Manhattan island, they were
ready to settle for Kiawah, a
partially undeveloped sea isle
off the South Carolina coast 20
miles south of historic Charles-
In. Kuwaiti interests used their
I>etrodolIar surpluses to purchase
the 11-mile long wild life haven
and salt marsh for a reported
$17.5 million.
ITS FORMER owner, South
Carolina businessman C.C. Roy-
al, paid $125,000 for it in 1951.
The Kuwaitis have hired a de-
veloper to turn the island into
a money-making private resort
for the very rich. The Washing-
ton Post noted that the purchase
of Kiawah "may well be the
forerunner of heavy Arab in-
vestment in U.S. vacation spots."
The Post added, "If it turns
out that way, foreign oil produc-
ers besides charging higher
.."ices that are already forcing
'cne greatest redistribution of
wealth in history could change
the landscape of the United
;: 1111
n WOULD also appear that
Arab oil barons are Interested in
coal which the U.S. has in abun-
dance and the Arabs nil. Jim
Gray, a public Information man
of the Scranton Lackawanna
Jewish Community Council, in-
formed the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency recently that a Philadel-
phia attorney :amed Harvey
Miller has been meeting with
officials ol Baltraml Associates,
the largest owner of anthracite
coal in the Scranton area.
According to Gray, Miller Is
an agent for Saudi Arabia who
brought an offer of $500 million
for the Baltraml holdings.
The flow of money between
the U.S. and the Arab world
travels in both directions. New
York Times reporter Peter T.
Kilhorn reported this month that
"American financial institutions
are swarming into the Middle
East, often with well connected
Arabs as their private operativ-
es, in a bid to handle the petro-
dollar riches flowing from the
higher prices for oil."
AMONG THE American firms
vying for Arab business are
First National City Bank, Chase
Manhattan, Bank of America
and the investment brokers,
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner &
Smith; also such prominent New
York investment banking firms
as Lehman Brothers, Morgan
Stanley & Co., Kidder Peabody
and the First Boston Corp. These
institutions "have been deploying
branches into Iran, Egypt and
Jordan and throughout the once
remote sheikhdoms and princi-
palities of the Arabian penin-
sula," Kilborn reported.
The Arabs are also shaping up
as potential rivals to Israel for
American "aliya" though they
are obviously tapping a differ-
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ent segment of the population.
At tOKDJ.M; TO Nancy Ross
writing in the Washington Post,
an increasing number of Arab
Americans and native lorn
Amei leans are being lured
by Middle East governments"
with Job offers at salaries and
fringe benefits far above what
they can earn at home.
"While the oil-producing coun-
tries are putting their capital to
work in the U.S. they are also
putting U.S. citizens to work in
their capitals, Rose reported.
The Arab search for American
skills is usually conducted
through employment agencies.
Ross quoted one agency official
as telling her: "Our (ArabI cli-
ents told us they had nothing
against Jews per se so long as
they never brought up Israel...
But we recognize there is a
problem." Consequently, no Jews
need apply.
A QI'KSTIOX arises as to
whether there is sinister intent
behind Arab investments in the
U.S. and the parallel flow of
American business and person-
nel into the Arab countries.
Washington columnist Clayton
Fritchey took a bemused view
of the problem recently.
i It wuiu.. t<; ,a la^e,, ala.ny,"
Fritchey wrote. "With the i c-
ercise ol a little discrimination,
it would be the opportunity of a
lifetime to unload dubious prop-
erties on the dollar loaded
sheikhs.
'Why should American tax-
payers be called on to bail out
companies like Lockheed Air-
craft for instance if, as it ap-
pears, the new oil billionaires
are eager to take over or share
the burden? Let us not hastily
deny them this privilege."
But a more ominous picture
was presented by Fritchey's col-
league, Jack Anderson. In a re-
eenl column. Anderson expo- d
a ST.7 million proposal to use
U.S. publications, TV shows, col-
and even the opera to glor-
ify Sa idl Arabia's royal family."
ACCORDING to Anderson,
is being promoted by
i I Mason, head ol a bll-
Jion dollar Aiuericaiv..CQBgjomV
ate known as ( iiaiti r Corp., who
is seeking oil deals with King
Mas in. who owns ten percent
of the stock in Downs Communi-
cations which controls the La-
dies Home Journal, Family
Weekly and a string of radio
stations, is in a position to show-
er the Saudian royal family with
favorable publicity, Anderson
said.
He has already planted a laud-
atory article and picture spread
Continued on Page 11-E
As the story of the Exodus is once again
retold may you and yours share all the
joys that Passover can hold.
A Happy and Joyous Pesach
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Opening ceremony of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on Mount Scopus 50 years ago. Lord Balfour is shown proclaiming the opening of the
university in the amphitheater on Mount Scopus on April 1, 1925.
Hebrew University Celebrating 50th Founding Year
By H. SCHIMEL
rpHIS YEAR the season of
Passover ushers in the fiftieth
anniversary of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem. Fifty years
is not a long period of time for
a university, or for a people who
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count its history in thousands of
years.
However, in this relatively
short span the Hebrew University
has established its reputation as
a world center for science and
scholarship. The university is one
of the very few academic centers
in the Middle East dedicated,
from its inception, to democratic
concepls in a free society.
IN THIS spirit the Hebrew
University has trained and edu-
cated thousands of technicians,
doctors, educators and leaders
who set the pace in Israel today.
Despite the stringent austerity
instituted by the Hebrew Uni-
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A gala concert, presented by
the Jerusalem Symphony Or-
chestra, and highlighted by solo-
ist Isaac Stern, officially op
the jubilee year during the uni-
versity's International Board of
Governors meeting in March.
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which is chaired by Samuel
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faculty members and staff on
this momentous occasion.
The Governors also dedicated
a Jubilee Wall in the Rothberg
Amphitheater at the university's
Mt Scopus campus in tribute to
the men of vision who dedicated
the Hebrew University April 1,
1925, twenty-three years before
the creation of the State of Is
racl.
Overcoming extraordinary
physical and financial handicaps
is not a new experience at the
Hebrew University. The corner-
stones of the university were laid
liy Dr. Chaim Weizmann in the
midst of the First World War.
Gen Allenby. commander of
the British troops in Egypt and
Palestine, was at first very skep-
tical of-the project for establish-
ing a university on Mt. Scopus,
especially in the inidst of a war.
LATER, AT the ceremonies
opening the university in 1925,
he recounted, "It is an experi-
ence given to very few people to
see a work begun in war consum-
mated in peace. Within the hear-
ing of gunshot (Dr.) Weizmann
founded the university. I thought
then that it was an extraordinary
thing, and felt much more so
when we came through. Todav
he has seen the justification of
the faith which (had) made
us all more confident that victory
was sure."
The Hebrew University's 25th
anniversary in 1950 found the
university community scattered
in facilities located throughout
the city of Jerusalem. Although
the Mt. Scopus campus, which
had been painstakingly developed
and equipped over a quarter of a
century, remained in Israeli
hands, access to it was illegally
denied by the Jordanians after
the 1948 War of Independence.
The Hebrew University con-
tinued to thrive and to prepare
educated leaders, so urgently re-
quired by the nascent Jewish
State. Between 1948 and 1950 the
student body almost doubled.
Despite the strained circum-
stances of those days it was eon
sidered the obligation of the uni-
versity to "move ahead."
IN THIS tradition it was
natural for the university to take
up the challenges of rebuilding
the Mt. Scopus campus when
Jerusalem was reunited during
the Six-Day War. Since 1907 the
Law Faculty, the School of Edu-
cation, the Institute of Archae-
ology, the Martin Buber Center
for Adult Education, the School
for Overseas Students, and the
Centei tor Pre-Academic Studies
have moved back to Mt. Scopus,
along with thousands of students
living in newly created dormi-
tories.
Construction on Mt. Scopus
continues today, as the univer-
sity faces new challenges.
The tragedy of the Yom Kip-
pur War brought many changes
to the lives and welfare of the
university's students. Fifty per
cent of the student body served
on the front during the war, and
many were not demobilized until
well into the academic vear.
THE UNIVERSITY did its ut-
most to maintain contact with
every student. Professors, bring-
ing the classroom to the Sinai
Desert, lectured to soldier-stu-
dents stationed there on active
duty.
Members of the university staff
searched hospitals for wounded
graduate and undergraduate stu-
dents, many of whom faced
months or years of rehabilitation,
who were anxious to continue
their academic careers.
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Mimeographed notes and lec-
tures kept soldier-students in
touch with their studies. Students
and teachers alike gave up sum-
mer vacations to make up for
lost time.
THE TIGHTROPE between the
roles of soldier and student con-
tinues. University vacations, when
students would normally supple-
ment their incomes, are con-
sumed by reserve army duty.
The tensions ant! altered family
circumstances created by the war
put new osycholoftioal and finan-
cial burdens on the university
student. For these reasons there
has been a tremendous increase
in urgent requests for scholar-
ship aid.
Although the idea of a Hebrew
University, a "university of the
Jewish people" to be established
in Jerusalem, was born in Eu-
rope, the turds 'o support this
institution, onee it as created,
came largclv fron. tre United
States.
UPON THE establishment of
the Hebrew University 50 year;
ago. the first committee of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University was founded, under
the chairmanship of Felix M.
Warburg. Mr. and Mrs. Warburg
immediately donated $500,000 for
the creation of an Institute of
Jewish Studies, one of the first
three institutes of the Hebrew
University.
This sum of money was three
times the entire budget of the
university at that time, and en-
sured the institution's future.
ANOTHER great man who
came to the aid of the Hebrew
University in if? earliest years
was the world famous physicist
Albeit Einstein.
"I had to let myself be exhi-
bited likt a prize bull, sneak
countless times in mall and largS
meeting" and give countless scl
entific sneeches. It's a miracle
that I held up," Einstein told a
friend. "It's over now and I'm
left with the good feeling of hav-
ing done something really good
and having intervened with cour-
age for the Jewish cause.-'
In the same spirit as Einstein
expressed, the Friends of the
university have grown with the
university itself"*Before the He-
br< W University had any alumni,
or a government to support it.
the Friends organizations were
its lifeblood.
The concept of Friends of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
originated in the United States
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Housing, provided through United Jewish Appeal assist-
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education. Among solutions is the Academy Without Walls.
How an Academy
Of Learning Started
By RICHARD YAFFE
London ChroniWe Syndicate
TT IS strange how a small thing,
really almost an accidental
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said Yehuda Rosenman. talking
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abjut the Academy for Jewish
Studies Without Walls which be-
gan its first academic year (one
almost said "opened its doors")
on October 1, 1944, and of which
he is the director.
The Academy which is spon-
sored by the American Jewish
Committee in association with
the University of Haifa (which
will award the academic credits
to students), will have between
three and four-hundred students
by then, Rosenman said.
THEY WILL have chosen one
or more of the eight courses of-
fered, ranging from Biblical, Tal-
mudic, medieval and modern
Jewish thought through Judaism
and Christianity, Introduction to
Chasidism, the History of the
Jews in the Soviet Union, and the
History of the Jews in America.
The number of courses will be
increased to 23 by the end of
the first year.
ROSEMAN WAS telling a call-
er that the idea for the Academy
"is almost biographical." It was
in 1957. He was a consultant to
the American Joint Distribution
Committee in Geneva.
One of his daughters was en-
tering her last year in the high
school of the International
School, and she had her eye on
Gaucher College in Baltimore.
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an extension course offered by
American universities, and she
found just what she needed at the
University of Nebraska. "Here
was a girl." her father said, "sit-
ting in Switzerland and attending
a university maybe 3,000 miles
away. By post, of course."
HE WATCHED her. "and the
idea began to germinate. Why not
Jewish studies by post?" He
came to the States in 1967 to
work for the American Jewish
Committee as director of its de-
partment of Jewish communal af-
fairs, and "I began to research
the whole field of extension
studies, and here we are."
The more he thought about it,
the more he was convinced that
a correspondence school was
ideally suited for Jewish studies,
"because (a) of the limited op-
portunity for study in most plac-
es, (b) the dearth of teachers
scholars, academicians in Jewish
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Arab Petrodollars
Continued from Page 7-E
in Family Weekly which ap-
pears as a Sunday supplement in
more than 300 American news-
pajiers.
MASON'S PLAN'S, according
to Anderson, include Saudian
. mtributions to the Metropoli-
tan Opera and $4 million to en-
dow professorships at four lead-
lg American universities. He
also proposes a grand tour of the
U.S. for Saudian princes that
would include appearances on
network television and fetes by
businessmen and politicians.
The cost of all of this would
run into tens of millions of dol-
lars. But money is no object.
The Arabs, especially the Sau-
dians can use an image face-lift-
ing in the U.S. Memories of last
winter's gasoline lines and the
Passover Thoughts
Continued from Page 2-E
I terns of morality," says Matthew
Arnold, "is to save human life
from being abandoned to passion
or allowed to drift as hazard.
"THIS OBJECT they seek to
attain by prescribing fixed prin-
ciples of action, fixed rules of
conduct."
^* As it is conceivable for one to
be a slave in a free society, so it
is also possible for one to feel
free in a society where human
liberty is curtailed; where tyran-
ny is in power. In this situation
too, it is that inner freedom
which renders one free.
The man who enjoys freedom
in a slave state, is the promise.
and the hope of redemption for
all others. He is the light by
which others are eventually led
out of the darkness. He is the
power and force which ultimately
subdues the enslaver.
"INNER FREEDOM," says
heating oil shortage may have
faded but they will revive as the
cold weather sets in and the
threats of another Middle East
war and a new Arab Oil embar-
go appear in the press.
Will the visage of a burnoosed
Saudian sheikh smiling from 100
million TV screens cause Amer-
icans to blame inflated oil prices
on other than Arab sources?
Probably not, although the full
power of exposure has yet to be
plumbed.
BET IF the present recession
Mordecai Kaplan, "determines a
person's entire attitude toward
his fellow man, toward his group,
toward his momentary wishes and
impulses.
It makes his whole life one
long protest against the brute
forces that would interpose ob-
stacles to the achievement of his
worthiest aims."
worsens and inflation soars, if
there is another Mideast war and
oil embargo, if a confrontation
looms between the U.S. and So-
viet Union and if Israel requires
more help the grease of Arab
oil money may serve. to ease ;i
not too subtle shift of American
opinion.
As Richard Reeves observed in
a recent article in New York
magazine: "Gallup and ^Harris
poll support for Israel may look
impressive, but that suAort is
.tJiin and not particular^- well
informed."
Haifa Maritime Museum
Continued from Page 5-E
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at the Tomb of Jason in Jerusa-
lem.
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Vatican in the Political Wintls
Continued I rum 1'hk** S-K
trine of Papal infallibility, none of Pius X's tAt-
cessors has changed th^yatj^s, bfjejfB afr.
proach to the Zionist ideal and latterly to the
Israeli State. Since the establishment of Israel,
the Holy See has consistently ignored its exist-
ence.
EVEN IN 1964, when Pope Paul VIthe pres-
ent popemade a pilgrimage to the Holy Land,
he refrained from any gesture or word that could
be interpreted as giving any recognition to the
existence of an Israeli state in this part of Pales-
tine.
The Pope's zealous devotion to Pius X's ap-
proach towards the Zionist ideal was perhaps a
reflection of the Vatican's assessment of Israel's
political position. Between 1948 and 1967 Israel
was a small and shaky country, striving for its
very existence. There was little reason for the
Holy See to change its chilly attitude towards the
Jewish State.
In 1967. as a result of the Six-Day War, most
of the Christian Holy places fell into Israeli
hands. The Vatican felt it had to protect its inter-
ests in Palestine by establishing direct contact
with Israel.
ACCORDINGLY, during the fighting of June,
1967 the Pope's envoys maintained close con-
tact with the Israeli Ambassador in Rome, Khud
Avriel, urging upon him the Vatican's concern
as to the safety of the Holy Places.
The dialogue between Avriel and several in-
fluential Cardinals in Rome continued thereafter.
In July, 1967 Avriel was received by the Pope
who aired the possibility of devising a new for-
mula regarding the Vatican's view on the future
of Jerusalem.
"With mutual understanding we will find the
words to express our readiness to abandon the
previous demand for internationalization of Jeru-
salem, without denying explicitly the views of our
predecessors," Pope Paul VI told Avriel.
SINCE THEN, secret negotiations have been
held between the Vatican and the Israeli govern-
ment. Both sides made efforts to find ways to
satisfy their respective interests. Israel's aim has
been to gain any kind of recognition from the
Vatican.
The Pope wished to improve the Catholic posi-
tion in the Holy Places which was established in
18178. The status quo agreement of that year
which was included in the pacts signed in the
Berlin Congressreduced Catholic rights to the
' Holy Places in favor of other Christian denomina-
tions.
The results of the negotiations between Israel
and Rome were poor. The Vatican refused to give
any official recognition to Israel or to its rule
over Jerusalem. Consequently Israel refused to
change the delicate balance of the inter-denomi-
national Christian relations at the Holy Places.
HOWEVER, the Pope could not ignore the
political strength gained by Israel as a result of
the Six-Day War. He stopped publishing an-
nouncements about the Vatican's demands to
internationalize Jerusalem.
He received both Israeli Foreign Minister
Abba Eban (in October, 1969) and Israeli Prime
Minister Golda Meir (in January, 1973). Israel
responded by heeding to the Pope's practical re-
quests regarding the daily life of Christians in
the Holy Land.
The Israeli government agreed to compensate
Christian institutions which were damagedby
Israeli and Jordanian shelling -during the 1948
war and the Six-Day War. Israel decided to give
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pound facing the Old City walls.
THE YOM Kippur war seems to have some-
what soured the Vatican's attitude towards Is-
rael. There are many examples to illustrate the
Vatican's new tone: its delegates in Jerusalem
demonstrate a stiff and chilly attitude to Israeli
officials; the Fransiscan Information Center dis-
tributed a Greek-Catholic memorandum about
Archbishop Hilarion Capucci's sentence (Capucci
was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment in Nov-
ember for gun-running for El Fatah); the Vatican
itself issued a critical statement about the trial,
calling it an additional cause of tension in the
Middle East and refraining from any kind of
denouncement of the crime committed by Capuc-
ci; the Pope received a representative of the PLO.
Theseand there are othersexamples show
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known realpolitik conception. The Vatican con-
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its assessment of the realistic changes in circum-
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691-0231
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DR. JOSEPH HARRIS
and
DR. JOAN HARRIS
and Judith, James,
Jonathon and Joshua
- HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
To the Jewish Communny
-TWERY'S-
Importers
576-0564 576-0565
Friday, March 28,
, 1975
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VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
BISCAYNE 78
Car, Truck & Trailer Rental
7791 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI 33138
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18200 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
931-5614
I
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PASTRY LANE BAKERY
1688 N.E. 164th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
944-5934
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ,
KOSHER TREATS
1678 N.E. 164th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
947-1800

/
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ,
RANDLE MEDICAL SALES
and RENTALS INC.
1889 N.W. 7th STREET
11845 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone 642-6400
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DESIGN HAIR WEAVING
2500 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida
Open Monday thru Saturday
Phone 573-2040
M
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NAYARRO
BEAUTY SALON
1756 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida 643-2060
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CORAL GABLES DRAPERY & SHADE SHOP, INC.
1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida
Phone 443-0620
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MIAMI SPRINGS HEALTH STUDIO
41 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
885-4146
,i.
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MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY
COMPLETE SHEET MUSIC, RECORDS AND TAPES
1229 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 672-7575
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Page 13-E
ademy Without Walls
jntinued from Page 10-E
es. and (c) the lack of time
have to go to university at
hours.
lese three factors taken to-
jr, 1 .?hmitiM nJwuil'* l* an<
[basis for such a school,
our Academy Without
we can harness, utilize the
pademicians, wherever they
I wanted to start an
|my of Jewish studies in
York, for example, I
P| get anywhere, because I
n't get the kind of academic
would want, and I could-
the students I would need,
people who design our
can live anywhere in the
States or in Europe or
for that matter. And our
lit can be anywhere where
be reached by a postman.
ve have teachers and stu-
|[rom all parts of the coun-
ught together by a portage
we develop our program
countries (the Canadian
^Congress is considering
there is considerable in-
g also in England) we will
chers and tutors in these
Is."
courses are designed
centrally, but %3ching is de-
centralized and the system the
Academy uses differs from the
extension system in universities.
For example, teachers of corres-
^ojjden^e couj>sp centrally mere-
ly correct papers and tirade them;
the Academy's instructors will
not only do that but they will
write critical essays and analy-
ses of each oancr.
"THAT MEANS that we can-
not have any one teacher handl?
more than 25 students, and that's
very expensive,' Rosenman ex-
plained. "For instance, we have
some 100 people taking Biblical
Thought,' so we already have four
teachers of this, and by the end
of the school ve.ir, we will have
eight or more."
As at the Open University in
Britain, the Academy is encour-
aging on an optional basis, the
organization of "enrichment study
groups."
"Since the course sys-
tem is impersonal." Rosenman
said, "if certain people feel the
need to discuss their studies with
others we will make it possible
to organize informal groups to
review and discuss the materials
they study and will periodically
provide a faculty member to a
group."
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SOUTHEAST INC.
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ADVANCE TUBULAR SCAFFOLD STEEL
SALES RENTALS
PHONE 635-2408
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XPANDO TRAILER SALES
NEW AND USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
A VERY HAPPY PASS0VFR TO ALL
PILGRIM'S
APPAREL FOR MEN ft. WOMEN
81 POMPANO FASHION SQUARE
7469 DADELAND MALL, MIAMI
ALLRITE TV
71st STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONE: 865-8661
EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
HOL'DPY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Dafcv's Originals, Inc
6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-1430
OPNATO IFVI Prairie-**
HOLIDAY GRtETINGS
AOKMAjVS SWEATER SHOP
1401 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
"hono 538-5055
There will also be optional sum-
mer seminars for additional uni-
versity credits. Initially these
will be at Haifa University, but
after 1975 the Academy will or-
ganize seminars on American
campuses."
THERE ARE several hundred
universities in America provid-
ing Jewish studies of one kind
or another, but there are many
more which do not. Rosenman
has sent letters to the deans of
150 of these, suggesting that they
incorporate the Academy's cur-
riculm into theirs, by post, of
course.
This, Rosenman pointed out,
can give any university a better
department of Judaica than even
those institutions which have
"live" departments now, and at
a ridiculously low cost.
THE ACADEMY is also work-
ing with bureaus of Jewish edu-
cation in various American cities,
and with individual synagogues
which have, or wish to have,
adult education classes. Some
synagogues have already begun
to circularize their members.
Of the 190 students enrollod
by July, 90 enrolled for Biblical
Thought. Talmudic Thought was
tianity third, with Chasidism
second, and Judaism and Chris-
fourth. Soviet and American
Jewry were at the bottom of the
list.
While only a hish school di-
ploma is necessarv to enroll, prac-
tically all of the students are
university graduates, almost all
of them have their baccalaureate
certificates, and some have grad
uate degrees.
Happy Passover To All. .
BORINQUEN
INSURANCE AGENCY
12205 N.W. 7th AVE.
681-4545
Happy Passover Greetings
from
ALAMO
APARTMENT HOTEL
4121 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
534-2106
Happy Passover To All .
IRVING FIRSTMAN
INSURANCE
8101 BISCAYNE BLVD.
751-9765
Happy Passover To All .
MR. AND MRS.
PAUL FASKE
12435 Keystone 'sland Dr.
North Miami
w
#
i
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
MARKS
The word for
quality cleaning
and laundry
1201-20 St., M.B.
Tel. 538-6104
Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sanitone
Certifittl Master Dryckam
In by 10, out by 5
Same day service
for cleaning,
shirt laundering,
flat work, fluff dry.
Never an extra charge
P.S. W love you
Mr. & Mrs. Mork.Oer.bjrg
A ZMosf Happy Passover
to the
Entire Jewish Community
MR. and MRS. JOE MALEK
And Son, Adam Lloyd Malek
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Richard fves Jim fonway
Ready Potatoes, Inc.
2201 N.W. 25th AVENUE
PHONE 635-4437
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO A'o.
CHAPLIN FLORIST
soOO Bi*cavt-te Blvd.
Miami
Ph. 758-3601
T0 411 6 B I t T I N C S
Ftvd/H Electric Motor Service
Specializing in Direct Current Motors Utw onrf Itboilf
1666 N.W. 7TH AVENUE r-HONE 324-8780
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Southern Wine
& Spirits Inc.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
YOUNGBLOOO ROOFING CO.

1085 N.W. 36th Straw
635-2501
>4k4
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GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLllf.S AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Oualif" Diamonds Since 1868. Greenleal & Crosby
has been famous for its outstanding collection of qem
quail y diamonds in traditional and modern settings.
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SAL BIOMOO'S BODY SHOP, INC.
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee* Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154m STREET No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
POSTON BRIDGE & IRON, INC.
3103 N.W. 20th Street 635-7303
MIAMI, FLOR'DA
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
H1IMW BUILDERS
"??** '"'JA'l. (T*>"T iPIVf
Phone 235-7811
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
STEELMAN CATERERS
1009 S.VV. 27th Avenue, Miami
642-2671
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
lACh MERRY'S CITIES SERVICE STATION
5485 Palm Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 823-0505


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Passover and the Soviet Exodus
By ROBERT K. SEGAL
ZOOMING NOW to the Passover season and deep-
ly dismayed by the Soviet reversal on a well-
publicized pledge, to allow more Jews to leave
the USSR in return for much ntore profitable
trade with the United States, the meaning of
Exodus for 3,600 years is more precious to Jews
than ever.
Among Greeks, the word. Exodus, means "the
read out." It would cheer the hearts of all of us
were the masters of the Soviet Union now to
permit that "road out," that "Exodus" be paved
with viable terms.
WE AMERICANS would give the Russians
the chance to find happiness with smooth and
very favorable trade contracts with the U.S. as
projected back in 1972; and the Russians would
get their judges, jailers, and high priests of
discrimination off the backs of Jews desiring to
depart and let them make their exodus un-
harassed, untaxed, unimpeded.
Indeed, if it could be smoothly arranged by
Henry Kissinger, Leonid I. Brezhnev and other
architects of detente, some Russian Jews who
leng for the right to exit might be willing to
join in exodus overnight, with unleavened bread
or no bread at all so great would be the prospect
of emerging into freedom.
IF BIBLES could be made available to those
ualifrinf for hasty 'departure, they might dip
into that section of the holy writings wherein an
ancient movement from another land of intense
nationalism is described thus:
"And a mixed multitude went up with them;
and flocks, and herds, even very much cattle.
And they baked unleavened cakes of the dough
which they brought forth out of Egypt, for it was
not leavened; because they were thrust out of
Egypt and could not tarry, neither had they
prepared for themselves and victuals."
But there is no "thrusting out" of Russian
Jews now. Instead, there is reneging on the wide-
ly-trumpeted trade agreement so grandly hitched
to the expediting of emigres. And while the world
waits for that snarl to be unknotted, if such is
possible, we ask Passover prayers and Russian
mercy and legal justice for more Russian Jewish
heroes lately in the news.
THERE IS, for example, Mikhail Leviev, 56,
who had been manager of a large government
Continued on Following; Pafje
MUM 1 H I'l I.WlM-l.......tl 1111 .1 n".i-i :H ..'in i
Holldoy Greetings
JACK SILVER HERB BROOSKV
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS* LOUNGES
HOOPER HOUSE, INC.
D. Kaufman, President
6444 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI hone 754-2251
WE WISH OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
KIM'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
LINCOLN ROAO at WEST AVENUE 672-8822
JIDITH OF MIAMI, INC,
375 N.W. 24th STREET Phone 576-3630
JAMES PINNA RICHARD SALOMON
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Om ens-Illinois Incorporated
Manufacturer Corrugated Shipping Boxes
FOREST PRODUCTS DIVISION
1101 E. 33rd Street, Hialeah, Florida 33013
691-2121 HAROLD LEEN
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FRANCIS & COMPANY
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
NEW! NEW!
FLOOD INSURANCE
Now Available For Your Home and Business
CALL 858-4711
BURRITT, SUBERS & WORLEY, INC.
616 S.W. 12th Avenue, Miami
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
LARRY MARKS A COMPANY
MANUFACTURERERS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE
womirs, missis' mmow oittssss. coats a svrr*
Marks Bldg. 120 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, Flo. Phone 379-2631
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GENTEC HOSPITAL SUPPLY COMPANY
7455 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33138
PHONE 754-3421

A Happy Passover To All
The Silverman Family
and
SILVER PAINT &
HARDWARE CO.
1119 SW 1st ST. Miami
373-5575
653 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Ph. 531-4773
1138 Nrmandy Drive
Phone 866-5929
A Happy Passover To All
from
BILL
and
HERMAN
KALER
A Happy Passover To All
ALY
HANDBAGS
Extends To All A
Very Happv New Ye^r
9907 N.W. 79th Avenue
Hialeah Gardens
822-7118
Best Holiday Greetings
FROM
J. EUSTER
A Happy Passover To All .
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
MILTON RICHMOND
A Happy Passover To All. .,
FRANK'S PAINTING
CONTRACTORS
House Painting-Roof Cleaning
20 Years Experience
Call FRANK
Phone 893-2834
Friday, March 28, 1975
4 Happy Passover To All 0m Customers
SMART PAK INDUSTRIES INC.
19401 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY N. MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 931-0400 _________
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GARNER
Insurance Agency, Inc.
Established 1928
JAMES G. GARNER, Chairman of the Board; JOHN MICHAEL
GARNER, President; HERBERT F. NICHOLS, Vice President, and
ROLLAND E. STEVENS III, Vice President.
General Insurance-Surety Bends-Mortgage Loans-Investments
8015 N.E. 2nd Ave.-....._.............757-5714
For Emergency Dial -----------661-9925
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MIAMI BEAOI MEDICAL CENTER
Special Attention To Our Senior Citizens
1218 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 532-4122
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TRENOUTH A. ADAMS, AGENT
753 N.E. 167th St., N. Miami Beach, Florida 33162
5TATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BROOKS AMERICAN
SPRINKLER COMPANY
2430 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 691-1182
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PUB RESTAURANT
at the RONEY
2303 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH 532-3353
PUB RESTAURANT
at the NEWPORT HOTEL
16701 COLLINS AVENUE 949-7433
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FLORIDA SILICA SAND
COMPANY, INC.
PHONE: 9493521
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CRANDON DRUGS, INC.
500 N.E. 191st Street
North Miami Beach
PHONE 652-1400
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CARR SMITH & ASSOCIATES
123 ALMERIA AVE., CORAL GABLES
Phone 444-9883 /
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables
CY9S PRODUCE COMPANY^ tNC
1200 N.W. 22nd STREET PHONE 324-4520
">
<
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
PHONE: 661-3403
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SKAGSETH-BRYANT, MNC.
925 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 545-8500


March 28, 1975
*Jmi$t> rhridimr
Page 15-E
MMMPHHRP
>viet Exodus
Continued from Preceding Page
in Moscow, thon posiwtl and applied for
Ission to emigrate to Israel with his wife.
^-ess rights were granted; then the blow fell.
Leviev was held prisoner nine months
lit trial (an eerie application of the spirit
tiiments guaranteeing human rights). Non-
|>h persons, indicted with him as alleged co-
llators, were sentenced to five, eight and
years in prison.
fried for fraud, bribery, and embezzlement of
nment property, Leviev was sentenced to
At this writing, his appeal is before the
Ime Court of the Soviet Union.
lr from being "thrust out" to freedom, he
keen thrust in to grim uncertainty, into a
iless denial of due process, and into an
_. of waiting.
JAIN, THERE is the case of Dr. Veniamin
Levich, who, with his family, had been promised
exit rights. A turn of the dials of Soviet bureauc-
racy; and Dr. Levich, a member of the Soviet
Academy of Sciences, learns that his sons will c
be allowed to leave only if the elder Levich
pledges never again to.apply for emigration.
Such examples of discrimination and miscar-
riage of justice come out of Russia all too fre-
quently now.
WHEN THE Kremlin's hunger for more trade
with America is pitte.l against Washington's
desire to bring the Russians to live up to sacred
pledges regarding human rights, the outcome is
predetermined by those who hold their nationals
as hostages of detente and international bargain-
ing.
Hence, this Pasover brings to 'our tables a
grim reminder of the old plagues the early He-
brews were spared in Egypt and the new plagues
saddled upon modern Jews who yearn for reunion
with their kinsmen, for renewal with their an-
cient traditions.
L. .... .
hrew V. Anniversary
tinned from Page fl-E
be American Friends and
en adopted in countries
out the Western world.
Friends in the U.S., Ca-
lexico, Argentina. Great
Israel, Germany. France
la and South Africa BUp-
jipital projects, academic
tings, and student schol-
the Hebrew UniversiY.
IEMORATING the uni
Golden Jubilee, a World
ice of Friends will con-
Jerusalem June 29-July
Bg Hebrew University's
Convocation Week.
The participants are to be hon-
ored guests at the annual eon
vocation ceremonies on Mt. Sco-
pus. American delegations to the
conference will leave from I.os
Angeles, Philadelphia and New
York. The United States is ex-
pected to send the largest group
of Friends.
According to American Friends
executive vice president, Seymour
Fishman. "This is our opportunity
to let the people of Israel know
that they have our unqualified
friendship and support in joy, not
onlv in sorrow."
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MISHCON
FAMILY
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL MY FRIENDS
IISTER ROBERT OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
16940 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach
Across the Street from City Hall
Phone 945-8121 or 947-1911
GREETINGS TO ALL
Most Modern in the South" Plastering by
D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO.
BJ.E. 151st St., N. Miami Beach 945-7538
ARTHUR MARK
BARRY PRUSIN
SEA VIEW INDUSTRIES
1677 W. 31st Place, Hialeah
Phone 822-1200
DR. MAX M. Kamnolrmn. pre~i
dent of the American Friend-,
sees th" ties of the Friends and
the university as a strong bond
for Tie future.
"It is the urgent task of the
American Friends.'1 statd Dr.
Kamnelman. "to assure that th-
Hebrew University will ro'obrate
its anniversary gloriously."
___________________________________i
GRUTINGS 10 AU
Not "Just Another" Eating Plac.
Kenny's Restaurant
318 Araqon Avenue
Coral Gables
Phone 448-2761
Open 7 A.M. 9 P.M.
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
k A Happy Passover From Julie Nadler
Beach Hardware and Paint Co.. Inc.
Bfocrrical Appliances Plumbing Supplies
11-1123 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 531-9059
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ZAMl'S FEMiNMNE AFPAREL
1345 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phot.. 538-9886
A Happy Passover To All .
FOOD SPOT
STORES
Gioceries & Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
A Happy Passover To All .
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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by
CONCRETE UNLIMITED INC
HD1 West Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
949-4339 731-6900
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MAISON BLANCHE
HANDBAGS JEWELRY FINE GIFTS
9563 Harding Avenue, Surfside
Item 866-3327 ROBERT MOIKO
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
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N. DAVIS &
COMPANY.
JEWELERS
310-312 SFYBOlD BUILDING
36 N.E. 1st STREET
Phone 358-2485
PA Conqer Life
hm irance Co.. Inc.
All FORMS I ^GAl RESERVE
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tnc|iJnei
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Accident
5050 Biscayne Blvd., North
Miami, FU.
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& Liquors
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3000 Executive Bldg., Suite 409E
3050 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. 33137
People to help you .. part-time or all the time
Registered Nurses Male Attendants
Licensed Practical Nurses Hrly. or Live-In
Hrly. or Live-In Home Visiting Housemothers
Health Aides Companions/Housekeepers
Telephone: (305) 576-6325 576-4949
A Happy Passover To All .
FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
151 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
Phone: 751-8613
DONALD KAPLAN
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HOME APPLIANCE OF FLORIDA, INC.
Work Done STATE WTDE
Roof Cleaning Painting in any Color
Permaglazing & Stuccoing
PHONES: 625-9568 624 2442 621 1862
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A. B. JONES NURSES REGISTRY
Branch Registries in Gainesville, Lake City,
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida and St. Mary's, Georgia
PHONES: 625-9568 and 624-2442
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from ...
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1033 Kane Concourse
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MANUFACTURERS OF HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
7301 N.W. 77th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 887-7445
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2000 N.W. 79th Street Phone 696*2261
PASSOVER GREETINGGS FROM .
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I860 N.W. 75th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 696-7901
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3495 N.W. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 573-6655
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1402 Ponce t> I eon Blvd., Coral \iables
Phone 445-2631


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The most ancient Haggadah extant is
among the many Hebraica treasures at
the Dropsie University in Philadelphia.
Shown are several pages of this priceless^
Haggadah manuscript of 20 pages, each 5
by 3.5 inches in size, that date back to
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in :lic Cairo Genizah. The Genizah, a con-
r< tied chamber, was unearthed late in
t'r.e last century at the Fostat (old Cairo)
Synagogue in Egypt. The Haggadah shows
the Passover ritual in its early state, the
prayers and benedictions dating back to
eady Talmudic times.
iAricient Haggadahs: An Ancient Past
By ALFRED H. PALL
AS YOU tell your children the
age-old story of the liberal ion
of the ancient Hebrews from
Egyptian bondage, would you
like to illustrate the history with
a map, showing exactly where the
slaves fleeing Egypt had cro
the Bed Sea, the tortuous paths
they wound through the Sinai
Desert for 40 years, the spot
where they crossed the Jordan to
enter Palestine, and the disposi-
tion of Israel's tribes in their
land of milk and honey?
There is such a map in exis-
tence. All you have to do is re-
cail the Library ol Hebraica and
Judaica, at New York Universil,
and Prof. Abraham I. Katsh.
Till) MAP mentioned here is
in an old Haggadah. There arc
other unique editions <>f the Hag
"idah in the library all run bv
Dr. Katsh, later president of
Dropsie University. They are not
originals but they arc filmed
copies of the originals on
microfi'm.
Prof. Katsh has devoted years
of study, research and highly
complicated negotiations to ob-
tain microfilmed copies of these
very old Haggadahs as well as
of many thousands of other print-
ed books and manuscripts.
Through his unique efforts,
many thousands of such ancient
books, manuscripts and docu-
ments may now be studied by
Western scholars.
He has brought to this country
a mass of Jewish historical ma-
terials which, until he started his
project, were virtually unattain-
able unless one traveled to Lenin-
grad, Moscow or Budapest and
obtained the permission of the
Communist authorities to search.
ONE FINDS among his treas-
ures the filmed Haggadah which,
in parallel columns, tells the
story of Passover in four-languag-
es: Hebrew, Judeo-German (the
oldest form of Yiddish), Ladino,
and purest Italian (in Hebrew
characters).
One runs the film through an
apparatus and sees Haggadah il-
lustrations that are unique con-
tributions to Jewish art. Some of
these are the traditional [Illus-
trations that one finds in all mod-
ern copies of the Passover story
the young son asking the Four
Questions, the picturization of the
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Friday, March 28, 1975
Ancient Haggadahs
(ontinui'il from Vage 1-1*
manner in which the Passover
Seder was celebrated, and others
with which we are more or les
familiar.
But there are many other il-
lustrations that one rarely s
in the Haggadah. There are
those which cany on their front
cover "portraits" of Moses and
his brother Aaron. There are
others which illustrate various
Biblical scenes for instance.
one of them shows Jacob wres-
tling with the Angel.
OF EXTREME interest is this
fact, however: The Pun 11 t
story as we know it today :
does go back many centuries, u
shown on these copies of the
Haggadah. The illustration* mav
differ in form, in skill and
artistry, in various details, some
are from wood cuts, some from
copper plates. But the story is the
same: the order is the same: the
feeling is the same. In those
vital respects, there is abso
continuity from the earlier copi-'s
printed on early presses in the
Middle Aces, to the present.
Turning back to that map,
mentioned above, this reoo
found it one of the m >-! fas-
ng documents he has ever
viewed.
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.lews through the Wilderness was
imagined by the anonymous art-
ist. But scholars have checked the
map for its disposition of the
Tribes of Israel, and have found
the map reconstructing their po-
sitions accurately, as told in the
Bible.
DOWN IN the lower right-
hand corner, there is a female
figure, apparently riding an alli-
ir that's Bgjyt, so labeled.
One finds in accurate position to
day s Eilat. the Dead Sea. tin-
Mediterranean coast (the Medi-
terranean is called the Big Sea'.
and Lake Kineret Jericho i>
there, as are Hebron and main
other cities that we know in Is
rael today, as we!l as many his
toric landmarks and portions of
the Israeli terrain, including
mountains and votte) s
The map wen shows the direc-
lions of the eaSBMSS, except that
North, instead of Dointing verti
r-a Iv upward a< our maps show.
is pointed in what we would con-
sider a Southwest Dosition: how-
ever, if you turn to the North as
shown on the map. vou put the
picture into proper perspective.
Form Hungary alone. Dr. Katsh
has brought microfilms of 15.000
documents and books: many thou
sands of others are from the
famous Baron David Guinsburg
collection in Leningrad
WE FIND among his treasures
copies of documents dating back
year 1921. T!;ere are cop>e<
of Dapers. written ard printed,
brew, Arabic, Aramaic. Ju-
deoGerman. Judeo-Arabic. Ladi
no and Italian (in Hebrew
characters). There are liturgical
manuscripts,
There is a poem, heretofore
unpublished, by Yehudah Halevi.
There ar? letters exchanged
among famous Italian rabbis and
congregants, dealing with ordi-
nary, everyday affairs.
There are documents and frag-
ments of prayer books used by
the followers of Dseudo-.Messiah
Shabbetai Zevi and there are doc-
uments pertaining to another
pseudo-Messiah. Solomon Molcho.
who was burned at the stake by
the Inquisition, at Mantua, in
1532.
There am works on astronomy
and medicine, and works by
Maimonides and a lexicon of the
Talmud and Midrash (arranged
alphabetically) dating to the year
1592
THESE. TOO. if you consider
the story of Passover in its
broader aspect as the story of
a people who. liberated physical-
ly, proceeded to liberate their
own and the world's soirit
these too are part of the Passover
story.
Some 60 scholars from various
part-; of th<* world, including Is-
rae1. are at work in the librarv
of Prof. Katsh. studying many of
these book*, documents and man-
uscriDts. But for his work, a liwk
at these treasures would have
been impossible without unwel-
come and difficult and costly
trips to forbidden Russia and
Hungary.
The Western woild has been
enriched by these micro'
And Jewish history and trad:"
have been well serve :
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Allon Makes Some Frank Points
By RICHARD YAFFE
London Chronicle Syndicate
ISRAEL'S DEPUTY Prime Min
ister, Yigal Allon, returned
home recently from an exhaust-
ing and generally frustrating t>vo
weeks in New York, where he
found the foreign ministers say-
ing nice things about Israel and
praising his address to the United
Nations General Assembly in
private meetings, but, with an
eye on the Arab States, acting
otherwise in public debate.
Speaking in Hebrew, a Ian
guage heard only for the first
time from a UN rostrum, Allon
delivered a reasoned survey of
the Middle East and the forces
that keep it from attaining peace,
but it changed nothing and failed
to advance his lone battle to
keep the Palestine Liberation
Organization from being recog-
nized as the voice of all Pales
tinians, and to speed up the pro
cesses of peace-making.
HE WAS at it day and night,
pausing only for a few hours of
exhausted sleep, and it began to
tell on him as the visit drew to
a close. In sharper replies to
hostile questions, in a glare at
a questioner, which a correspond-
ent referred to as "Allon's death
ray," in his nervous inability to
sit still for a moment.
In his speech he made a quick
"tour d'horizon" of world prob
lems, pausing to attack Syria
sharply for its mistreatment of
the handful of Jews left there.
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consummate diplomacy
and to appeal to the Soviet Union
"to show greater generosity, to
cease harassing those who have
applied to emigrate, to release
the prisoners of Zion, to open
the gates, and they will earn the
praises of civilized men every-
where for their humanity."
He did not react in his speech
to the statement of the Soviet
Foreign Minister, Andrei Gromy
ko, in the General Assembly de-
bate, looking towards a resump
tion of diplomatic relations with
Israelif Israel gave in to every-
thing the Arabs and Russia de-
manded.
HE WAS asked, at a meeting
with the UN press corps, for Is-
rael's reaction to this, and he
replied that "when he (Gromyko)
is ready to restore relations with
Israel, we shall respond on a
reciprocal basis."
Later, over coffee in the cor-
respondents' lounge, he ques-
tioned the wisdom of the Soviet
Union in breaking off relations
with Israel in the first place.
There can be differences be-
tween States, even sharp ones,
which have relations with each
other and can be settled, or at
least mitigated, through dialogue,
he said, citing the case of Ro-
mania, the only Soviet-attached
State which did not break with
Jerusalem and with which there
are occasional disagreements
without causing a break.
He noted ironically that it took
24 years for the UN to issue a
call for peace in the Middle East
but only when Israel had
turned the tide against its at-
tackers who were heading for
another debacle.
"IT IS not to the Security
Council's credit" that It took so
long, but, "at any rate. It was
progress and it is better late
than never."
Allon also saw the disengage-
ment agreements with Egypt and
Syria as "a measure of progress"
away from the three Arab no's
of Khartoumno peace, no rec-
ognition, no negotiations. The
agreements were "a first positive
step," and they came about as
the result of the Arabs' experi-
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Some Frank Points
Continued from Page S-F
ence in the October. 1973 War
and Secretary of State Kissin-
ger's "remarkable efforts."
"But there, too. the same grave
question presents itself: why did
it come so late, and why only-
after bloodshed." when Israel
was ready all along ft) reach the
same kind of agreements con-
cerning the Suez Canal area and
the Golan Heights, and the Arabs
kept saying no?
"It could have been done with-
out the "cost of tens of thousand*
of casualties on both sides."
ALLON GAVE these casualty-
figures: 2.500 Israelis, 12.000
Egyptians and 3.000 Syrians
dead, with more than 40.000
wounded and many permanently-
disabled.
"There is not. there cannot be
and there never will be a mili-
tary solution of the Arab-Israel
conflict." he declared, 'which
persists beyond all reason and
beyond all political realism, a
conflict which saDS the very' mar-
row from the bones of all the
peoples of the area and. despite
the extensive resources of our
area, debilitates their economies
and their societies."
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advantages which, under normal
circumstances, should have been
decisive': overwhelming man-
power, strength and modern so
phisticated weaponry, initiative
and surprise.
And yet, the wheel soon turned
"in Israel's favor" and when the
fighting was stopped by the Se-
curity Council, the Arabs were
on the brink of defeat. He mc-
tioned this without joy but with
sorrow, not wishing to exult in
the Israeli victory nor embanks
Egvpt or Syria.
HE MENTIONED it to show
that military solutions having
failed, it was time to turn to
political efforts and to "refrain
from provocative statements and
disparaging slogans."
Giving the Arabs more arms,
he told Russia, 'might encourage
new ag^res-ion. but it cannot de-
cide the issue in a new war." But
if a new war is forced, "we shall
be ready."
The disengagement agree-
ments. A'.lon said, were not only
military but political in nature in
that "the very fact of nego'ia-
ttons" is a "political step For-
ward." and that any extended
period of tranquality contribute-
:o the creation of a new climate
which makes possible "a new dy-
namic for a political solution."
Also, the disengagement agree-
ments include an important po-
litical paragraph which call; the
jL'iiements "a first s.'ep towards
a just and durable peace."
But the disengagement agree-
ments are not enough, Allen
said. "We must go forward with
negotiations without prior condi-
ton."
ALLON SPENT considerable
time on the Palestine question,
reiterating that the Palestinians
have a natural Palestine home
in Jordan, and that the PLO rep-
resents terrorists, not Palestin-
ians
In line with this, the perma-
nent representative of Israel to
the UN, Josef Tekoah, declared
in a note to the Secretary-Gen-
eral. Dr. Kurt Waldheim, that
recognizing the PLO and g
it status within the UN contrav-
ened the world organization's
charter because its obiectiv.
the destruction by armed force
of a member State of th<: UN."
He quoted liberally from the
PLO's charter and included a
long list of atrocities committed
o> the organization and the -
rorist groups affiliated wit
A debate on the so-called
'.ion of Palestine." Alion de-
clared, "cannot fail to poison the
International atmosphere" and
may well condemn the prospects
of the negotiating process t
ure, just when the first ray cf
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! has been glimpsed on the
horizon."
ALLON NOTED the predic-
tions of renewed war in the Mid-
dle East, but as far as Israel is
concerned, it will "faithfully ob-
the ceasefire andsepara
of forces agreements on a
procal basis until tVy are
replaced or supplemented by new
ments."
But "we shall neither submit
end ourselves to the black-
; of throats of war, or men
it-elf."
"We shrill prop.mo for tho
\ -.. and hope and work for tin
ho told tho Assembly.
Alion was asked why, in view
good English, he chose to
i Hebrew in the Assemblv
o replied: ".My Hebrew is
better."
IT WAS more than that, of
, states are increasinglj
king in their own tongues
from the rostrums of the UN; in-
of using the "official" Ian-
- English, French. Rus
sian. Spanish, Chinese and now
Arabic.
The Israeli mission supplied
the simultaneous translators with
an English translation of Allon's
s, ;
This correspondent asked peo-
ple familiar with the official
igesexcept Chinesehow
the translations went, and they
said "excellently."
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14301 N.E. 20th Avenue
North Miami Beach
9474)375
y Passover To All .
CARMEN
Beauty Salon
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Bea;h
Happy Passover To All .
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
PaintingColor Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fendor Repairs
3647 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone 633-0181
Hap\py Passover To All .
ATLAS METAL
INDUSTRIES, INC.
1135 N.W. 159th Drive
Miami, Florida
Phone 625-2451
Happy Passover To All .
PlaAGER
BROS.
2340 N.W. 27th AVE.
Miami Ph. 635-0905
. ."(! I
WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN THE SOUTH FLORIDA AREA
Manufacturing tompany
7025 N.W. 37th Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33147
Phone 836-2992
JEW AND Alt IB: Will it ever be?
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
To[
)-AH Roofing & Building
Products, Inc.
SEAL FLEX COAT NGS
1535 E. 11th Avenue, Hialeah, Florida
Telephone 888-2689
Fasso'.er Greetings To The Jewish Community
AUTOMATED MEDICAL
LABORATORIES INC.
7501 N.W. 66th St., Miami, Florida
Phone 592-1346
LEON C. McASKILL and
L. CLARK McASKILL, JR.
OF
McAski!! Publishing Company
3811 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
Want to Wish All of Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
JfcAaCS
AUTOMOTIVE CENTER
1250 20th Street, Miami Beach
Best Wishes, Bui Tucker
534-2194
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OF
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS
MR. & MRS. JACOB RABINOWITZ
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ,
Shamrock Auto Rentals
70 N.W. 36th STREET
871-6311
Holiday Greetings fiom Jack and Fred Bill
163rd STREET CYCLE CENTER
(Opp. Beth Torah Temple)
Sehwinn Bikes, Mechanical Repairs on all type Bikes
1064 N.E. 163id Street Phone 945-4541
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DON VOGELSANG DIVISION OFFICE
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. United Benefit Life Ins.
Phone 377-4951 1201 Brickell Avenue
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
A & A PAINT & BODY SHOP
MIAMI SIGN CO AFFILIATE
TRUCK TRAILER AUTO PAINTING
Body Rebuilding and Repairing Signs Pictorials
750 N.W. 24th Street Phone 635-6351
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JOE MEYERS
Florist
6604 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 866-0233
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
COMMUNITY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN
NORTH MIAMI OFFKE
1640 N.E. 123rd St., North Miami Phone: 895-1981
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PPNNY ELECTRIC INC.
Residential Commercial Industrial Wiring
24 Hour Emergency Service
11720 N.E. SECOND AVENUE
Please Call 751-8946 Stewart G. Penny, President
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
RESTAURANT, INC.
MITCH'S STEAK RANCH
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 865-7922
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
NORTHEN DISTRIBUTORS, INC
5340 N.W. 163rd Street, Hialeah
Phone 625-8282
A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON TO ALL .
CUMATROL CORPORATION
SAM FAPORE, President
6900 N.W. 77th Avenue 592-5260
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WELL-BILT PRODUCTS, INC.
5561 N.W. 36th Ave., Miami Phone 635-8621
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CENTRAL ROOFING & SUPPLY CO., INC
SPECIALIZING IN REROOFING & REPAIRS
15700 W. Dixie Hwy.. N. Miami Beach 945-2666
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*Jenist> MciridKa,ri
Friday, March 28, 1975
1
Passover for GIs Around World
By MRS. FRANCIS BLOL'STEIN
Chairman, JWB Women's
Orga nizations** Services
pVERY PASSOVER at 5 a.m.,
Hevi York time, the first
Seder of any year anywhere in
the world is celebrated by a group
of Jewish airmen and sailors on
the island of Guam. From then
on, as the sun sets on each time
zone around the world, hour by
hour, a military seder takes place
during the next 24 hours.
The last 'arge one is in Hawaii;
the very last one is on Wake
Island -a seder performed by two
or three men using solo-seder
packages provided by JWB.
THE INTERMEDIATE places
include military personnel sta-
tioned in the Philippines. Taiwan,
Okinawa, Japan, Korea. Vietnam.
Thailand, Europe, Iceland. Green-
land, Alaska. Panama. United
States, Caribbean area, ships at
sea, weather and radar stations,
embassies the world over, Peace
Corps personnel in many coun-
tries, and patients in Veterans
Administration hospitals.
Once a year JWB becomes the
largest Kosher catering establish-
ment in the world. Passover re-
quires "Kosher L'Pesach" food
Holiday Greetings
MELROSE
ELECTRIC
"Service With Integrity
Since 1935"
6841 S.W. 81st Street
Phone 661-1900
MOZ-AIX
OF FLORIDA, INC.
FOR YOUR NEAREST
DEALER CALL:
446-5626
A Happy Passover To All
YIDALE
ROOFING INC.
7071 S.W. 13th Terrace
REROOFING
LEAKS REPAIRED
Dial 261-2263
A Happy Passover To All
PRINTING
ARTS CO.
1300 NW 29th Street
THE TEITLER
FAMILY
HOLIDAY GRfctTINGS
JACK'S
CYCLE SHOP
Authorized Dealer
SCHWINN, COLUMBIA
BICYCLES
Repairs all Makes
Parking in Rear
Phone: 891-8457
651-NE 125th St., N. Miami
Holiday Greetings ...
SI I LA* II
PET SHOP
Aquariums and
Tropical Fish, Monkeys
Puppies, Hamsters,
Parrots, Etc.
11429 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 235-1821
Passover planning by JWB for Jewish military families
and other personnel begins right after the previous Yom
Kippur. Here in Vicenza, Italy, Chaplain Nahum Cohen
(second from right), and Mrs. Judy Moren, lay leader,
oversee the loading of an airborne unit helicopter with
kosher food, Haggadot, and Passover supplies, made pos-
sible through JWB's Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy
and Women's Organizations' Services.
*jHoliJay Cjreetings to th*
Jewish Cgfominunity
FROM THE
CHARLES BERGER FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ISRAEL SPEISER
MRS. SALLEE ZWICK
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
Wish All Their friends A Very Happy Passover
Best Wishes To All .
CHAYT REAL ESTATE LICENSE SCHOOL
Phone 538-8934
3915 Alton Road, Miami Beach
items which only JWB can pro-
vide the world over in sufficient
quantity and in sufficient time,
with a helping hand from the
military logistical transportation
system.
And JWB does ityear in,
year out. You never hear of corn-
Continued on Fallowing Page
Passover Greetings From .
MELOIS'Y'S WARDROBE
9548 Harding Avenue, Surf side
Phone 866-3601
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
L. GELVAN ENTERPRISES
9990 N.W. 87th Ave., Hialeah Gardens
Telephone 823-3290
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON, INC.
1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach 538-1603
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FROM .
CARLSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
General Contractors
554 N.W. 54th Street, Miami _______Phone 759-5716
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS
CLOYERLEAF PRINTING
371 N. E. 167th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33162
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customers
COLONIAL BAKERY
432 N.E. 125th STREET, NORTH MIAMI
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANTS & PANTRIES
101 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Phone 446-7031
14501 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami Phone 251-0650
A Happy Passover To All ..
CURTIS-KAPLAN, INC.
290 N.E. 181st Street 652-3960
A Happy Passover To All ..
MARPLE REALTY AND ASSOCIATES
Investments Sales Real Estate
420 Lincoln Road, Barnett Bank Building, Suite 409
MIAMI BEACH Phone 531 -7349
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
STEPHEN KRAVITZ ALLEN SUPLER
AMBER OIL CORPORATION
1861 Bay Road, Miami Beach
Phone 538-4611
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD.
OPA-LOCKA, FLORIDA
6851521
TO ALL GREETINGS
NUTA'S BOAT YARD
Through the Years Quality & Service'
LOUIS NUTA, JR.
1884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phone 325-0680
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY
Security Trust Building
700 BRICKELL AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 377-0071
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
PIER 800 INC.
800 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 534-7780
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
From the Employees of
FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY
685 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 531-6173
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DACHTON GUN and TACKLE SHOP
6429 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 261-4772
A HAPPY PASSOVER TOTttt*;\,r ft
CURTISS PHARMACY
3964 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs, Florida
PHONE 871-5020
IV
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
RIVIERA TILE &
TERRAZZO, INC.
8747 S.W. 134th Street, Miami

\
f
\
t
235-7441
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SUPER SERVICE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
3890 Bird Road, Coral Gables
Phone 444-8552
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Friday, March 28, 1975
+.lfwisfi fkradictr,
Page 7-P
/ Passover for Our GIs
)
Continued from Prrcedlnp Pace
plaint* of being derelict in re-
sponsibility. The trust that has
been placed in JWB has been
magnificently fulfilled.
Passover is the holiday when
the largest percentage of Jewish
personnel in the military make
their identity known.
THE SEDER still weaves its
maeic spell upon voung men and
their families, as it has for cen-
turies.
JWB receives more calls from
parents dealing with assurances
that their sons will have a Pass-
over seder or Passover supplies
than it docs even at the High
Holy Days.
This is understandable. One
can still pray by himself. One
cannot celebrate the Passover
without otside help. The provi-
sions must be made available.
That is JWB's job.
How is that job accomplished?
How much is to be sent where,
and when, and in what amounts,
and through what channels of
transportation'' How are all chan-
nels of communication opened,
to take care of such a small
minority of Dersonnel dispersed
throughout the globe at thou-
sands of installations as well as
on ships at sea?
THE WORK on this project be-
gins immediately after Yom Kip-
pur. Meetings are held in Wash-
ington between representatives of
JWB and the logistical experts in
the offices of the three Chiefs of
Chaplains. The purpose of these
meetings is to set up the time-
table and write the directives
which provide JWB with the
necessary information 1) the ap-
proximate number of Jewish per-
sonnel in the respective areas, 2)
Good Wishes from ...
IRVING L. WEXLER
Muzak Corp,
Dade, Broward and
Monroe Counties
531-7341
Holiday Greetings
DON GREENE
PROVISIONS
2900 N.W. 75th Street
MIAMI, FLA. 836-4600
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STOBS BROS.
Construction Co.
J. ROBERT STOBS, SR.
7010 N.E. 4th Court, Miami
Phone 751-1692
s
Happy Passover To All .
Venetian Gulf
Service Station
Washing and Lubrication
Phone 538-9159
1403 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
O. S. BRANNON. Proprietor
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO
THE JEWISH COMUNITY
STELLA'S
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island, Fla.
Phone 864-3611
where requisitions will be con-
solidated, and 3) the latest dates
of shipment from United States
ports which will guarantee their
arrival at least two weeks before
Passover.
The next problem is dealing
with sources of supply. Matzos
and other Passover items do not
usally go into production until
four months before Passover.
Yet the shipment of supplies
from U.S. ports must move no
later than three to four months
before Passover. Kosher supplies
cannot start a Passover produc-
tion system and then shut it off
to begin again a month or so
later.
EVERYONE, therefore, must
work within very delicate "dead
lines" which will provide JWB
with the supplies it needs and
not increase costs by Kosher sup-
plier! starting Droduction and
then shutting down.
One of the finest programs in
the Passover picture is the solo-
seder program. It is sent to such
personnel as will not be able to
attend a Seder in this country or
overseas.
It is intended for hospitals
where there may be only a hand-
ful of men who cannot travel to
the nearest Jewish community
for a Seder.
It is intended for two Jew-
ish airmen attached to the DEW
line radar complex on an island
in Baffin Bay.
It is intended for three sail-
ors on a ship leaving one of our
ports which will be on the high
seas during Passover.
It is needed for GIs who are
not able to attend the large
Sedorim because their special as-
signment keeps them in their
isolated areas.
It is for the Jewish military
attaches in countries around the
world where there are no local
Jewish communities.
It is for Peace Corps per-
sonnel deep in the hinterlands
of the countries in which they
serve.
These "Solo-Seders"each of
which contains matzot. gefilte
fish, chicken dinner with niatzoh
balls, chocolate candies, a Hag-
gadah and Passover greeting card
are prepared for shipment in
JWB's stock room.
THE FUNDS for this wonder-
ful project come from contrib-
utions from local Women's Organ-
izations' Services grouns all over
the country. Nearly 4.000 pack-
ages are sent out annually.
This program met with instan-
taneous success its first year and
has brought thrilling letters
which are so heart-warming that
while they bring a wide grin to
the face they cause tears to well
Continued on Page 9-F
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ROLLS ROYCE SALES & SERVICE
Officially Appointed Retailers ..
ROLLS-ROYCE BENTLEY MOTOR CARS
BMW MOTOR CARS
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
C. R. Berry Rolls Royce Inc.
2185 N.W. 27th Avenue
"hone 633-6531
ZUCKERMAN-VERNON
MTMfNTt MTU YMHT CLUB
N Wat Dm., Nafar tiimi, *m latch
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
633-9661
3500 NW 37th AVE., MIAMI
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ART INSTITUTE OF MIAMI
EIWIN PORTER, Director
7804 N.E. 2nd Avenue 754-5688
Hours: 9-5 Daily
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
PURITY CONDIMENTS
1800 N.W. 70th AVENUE 592-3600
------------------A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GUARDIAN MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP
MEL HABER and ARCHIE STRUHL
Suite 239
Dade Federal Building
119 E. Flagler Street 374-1761
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Eitan Kassel and Yoav Moshe
Prompt Day and Night Service" PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS-Phone 757-0606
McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING COMPANY
7424 N.E. 2nd Avenue-Emergency: 895-2738, 893-3758
MAYOR
JOHN
STEMBRIDGE
of
NORTH MIAMI
Extends to the Entire
Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
Holiday Greetings To All
M4CHELSONS TROPHIES
AWARDS and TROPHIES
FOR ANY OCCASMOX
45 N.E. 54th Street, Miami 754-4381 and 754-3233
Happy Holidays to Our Friends and Clients
THOMSON, McKINNON, AUCHINCLOSS
and KOHLMEYER, INC
1026 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH 33139
Telephone 538-6711
SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses Sincere Wishes
$ fern Happy #
PA5S0VER TO ALL...
253 N.W. 22nd Lane 573-2510
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Clyde & Nick Barber Shop
18340 N.W. 7th AVENUE (Next to Frederich's)
MIAMI 651-9394
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARL'S CAMERA SHOP
7401 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-3733
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
LOU TAYLOR, INC.
HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8th AVENUE, HIALEAH
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ALDORA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
4875 N.W. 77th *.ve.
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*JmisHrTt>ridria>n
Friday, March 28, 1975
We Must Feel We Were Personally Freed in Egypt
By MEIR CHARN1AK
WfE ARE told, in our ancient
scriptures, that "every person
in every generation must regard
himself as having been person-
ally freed from Egypt." This
means, of course, that the Jewish
Feast of Passover has a special
meaning for all Jews. It is not
merely an occasion for a family
gathering, a Seder, which is fre-
quently glorified in story and in
song. It commemorates, as a
British-Jewish scholar (Morris Jo-
seph) once wrote, "a deliverance
which transformed a horde of
slaves into a people." And if you
acknowledge that with the Exo-
dus from Egypt the Jewish nation
vvas established, well then, Pass-
over is the birthday of the peo-
ple of Israel.
BERL KATZENELSON, one of
the leading Zionist leaders and
thinkers in Palestine (before Is-
rael was born) observed about
the Haggadah and the Bible
story of the Exodus that "I am
not acquainted with a literary
creation which can evoke a great-
er contempt for slavery and love
of freedom than the narrative of
the bondage and Exodus from
Egypt. And I do not know of any
other ancient memory so entirely
a symbol of our present and fu-
ture, as the memory of the Exo-
dus from Egypt."
Rabbi Philip Goodman, in his
book, "The Passover Anthol-
ogy" (JPS), has culled the
above observations and thousands
more in a volume which, in all,
highlights the excitement, mean-
Happy Passover To All .
NORMANDY PLAZA
HOTEI
6979 COUINS AVE
866-2701
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
Happy Passover To All .
CORONADO
MOTOR
MOTE
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8116
Holiday Greeunga
To Our Friends and Client*
The
Sand*
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVI.
MIAMI BEACH
ing and overwhelming impor-
tance of Passover to the Jewish
people.
But I should liko, at this time,
to veer away from the literary
and from the historical, to recall
personal memories related to
Passover and the Passover story.
in relationship not only to the
Jewish people but to a contempo
rary American Jew. who seeks
enlightenment and illumination
from the festivals of his people.
THE SEDER, of course, is cru-
cial to any celebration of Pass-
over, and I recall, easily and
vividly, the various significant
Sedorim I have attended and in
which I have participated. Dur-
ing the Second World War. I,
like tens of thousands of Jewish
soldiers, sought our Army bases
and private homes were a Seder
was being held. I and the rest
of the Jewish soldiers. I am sure
made a greater effort to at-
tend a Seder during those distant
days than during peaceful days
in the United States.
Still, the appeal and magnetism
of the Seder carried over, and as
a parent. I also became sharply
aware of the attractiveness of the
Seder as a family gathering, as
an educational force for Judaism
and as an opportunity to recall
the miracle of the Exodus story.
BUT THE Passover holiday is
more than the Seder. It is a focal
point for stressing the leadership
qualities of men like Moses. Jir.t
as Abraham Lincoln has become
a legend and a myth to most
Americans, so has Moses become,
through the tale of the Exodus,
the most important Jew in Jew-
ish history.
As Ahad Ha-Am, the brilliant
Jewish thinker and essayist, has
said, Moses has led us not only
during the 40 years in the wilder-
ness of Sinai "but has led us for
thousands of years in all the
wildernesses in which we have
wandered since the Exodus."
Moses was not a warrior, nor
was he a statesman. He was, how-
ever, a prophet, and he repre-
sents all Jewish leaders who have
attempted to inspire and guide
the Jewish people.
IT WAS no wonder, then, that
when the militarv forces of Israel
first fought aeainst the modern
Egyptians in Sinai in 1956, the
Jews of Israel considered their
Greetings
to our friends
at the time of
Passover.
UPRIGHT
DRYWALL CORP.
1088 WEST MOWRY STREET
HOMESTEAD 33030
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
NATIONAL TERMINIX INC
2990 NW 40th St., Miami
Phono 633-3446
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
(Butch 3ww )
X> -* AMERICA, INC y
299 Alhambra Circle, Suits 510, Coral Gables
Phone 4454881
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kessler
FQNTANA HOTEL
2642 Cellins Avenue
EXTENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
SUNSET HOTEL
Telephone 531-0446
4025 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
BEL- AIRE HOTEL
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 8664511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAMILY
soldiers to be part and parcel of
Jewish history, and that they
thought they were carrying on
the good fight begun by Moses
thousands of years ago.
The very fact that they were
in the Sinai desert the same
desert through which the chil-
dren of Israel wanderedgave a
continuity to Jewish life and
heroism. This is why I. and mil-
lions of Jews all over the world,
reacted with such great emotion
to the Sinai war.
We instinctively related our-
selves to all Jews, past and pres-
ent, and recalled the agonies and
uncertainties and victories of
Moses and his Jews.
SO THE Passover story is both
the Sederwith its careful ritual,
its reading of the Haggadah, its
ceremonial grandeur and tha
tale of Moses.
But there is another reason
why Passover is of such signifi-
cance to me in this era. The story
of Passover is woven into the
fabric not only of the Jew as a
Jew but into the history of Israel,
which was once a distant dream
and is now a reality.
Those of us wfco follow the
achievements of the people of Is-
rael cannot help but think of the
Passover festival throughout the
year.
CENTURIES AGO, Egypt was
the force that threatened the
Jewish people and their exist-
ence. The same holds true today
Egypt remains, persistently, the
foe of Israel.
And when in 1956 I visited Is-
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
IRWIN'S JEWELERS
1447 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-5198
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Oriental Accessory House
FAR EAST ANTIQUES
2385 Coral Way 854-7323
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL
1410 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 532-2371
LOMBARDY HOTEL
6305 COLLINS AVENUE
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
VOYAGER MOTEL
FRIENDSHIP VOYAGER INN
12350 Biscayne Boulevard
GEORGE RUBIN Your Host 891-3433
A HAPPY PASSOVER
FROM GEORGE MARGOLIS
ROWE MOTEL
6600 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
866-1616
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
FHE PRINCE MICHAEL HOTEL
2618 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-7321
Irving Krieger Louis BarbaneH Harvey Chyka
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
Phone 534-4665
3400 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
TWELVE CAESARS RESORT MOTEL
9449 Collins Avenue, Surfside, Florida 33154
Phone 865-3551
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iJe*%>isfi FhrSdlian
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Jael and looked and saw, be-
tween Egyptian territory and
Israeli territory the forces of the
United Nations, I recalled again
that the struggle for Jewish ex-
istence has not yet been won;
that the efforts of Moses have
yet to be completed.
And when I saw the Sinai des-
ert with my own eyes, I felt,
somehow, that the old story of
Passover as told in Exodus was
net as ancient as I had believed
it to be; that it still was with us,
and that I was part of it.
THE EGYPTIANS of the past
represented oppression and the
Jews individual liberty. As I ob
served and was impressed by the
work of the people of Israel in
reclaiming their land, in recreat-
ing the. desert, in opening the
land to Jews everywhere, I won-
wered why it was that in the
twentieth century Egypt still
symbolized the "enemy" of pro-
gress and human libtrty.
Thus, Hie wheel has turned
full circie. Moses ltd a compara-
tive handful of men into a new
land, the Promised Land, for he
fled slavery and insisted that his
people, once slaves, deserved to
live iti freedom on their own
soil.
Today, the Jews of Israel are
reliving the Passover story.
Again, they are building in free-
dom while on their borders stand
the Egyptians, cruel, oppressive
and unwilling to allow the Jews
to live in peace and rebuild their
homeland.
EVERY INCH of Israeli soil is
drenched in history and the an-
cient Biblical places and names
assover for Our Gls
Continued from Page 7-F
up in the eyes. These letters ex-
press deep feelings of apprecia-
tion that, in the midst of caring
for vast numbers, JWB is also
concer-. dividual.
In addition, one must pause to
express thanks to scores of
Armed Services Committees
around the country who invite
Gls to public sedorim in their
immunities or provide home
dorim and hospitality. Some
immunities are able to do this
their own. Some need help
and JWB provides them with
cash and supplies.
YOUR HEARTS would melt if
you could attend, for example,
the annual Seder at Northport
lit
ma
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AVALOX HOTEL 700 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
Phone 534-4601
VA Hospitala mental hospital
where a group of 30 women
and men come in to prepare and
serve a Seder to over 200 pa-
tients.
For many patients it evokes a
deepseated emotional response
and is a first contact with
cherished memories and with
reality. It is truly a great "mitz-
vah."
This is a service which JWB
provides. This is a direct service
it is JWB in action. It is a
service which is uniqe in the
Jewish community of America.
It is done with little fanfare. It
is done effectivelyand eco-
nomically.
YOU MAY well sit at your
own sedorim this year comfort-
table in the feeling that the re-
sponsibility of the Jewish com-
munity to care for the Passover
needs of our military personnel
and VA patients is beity; carried
out in exemplary fashion.
The Passover, insofar as JWB
is concerned, will begin on any
given year at 5 a.m., New York
time in Guam. Almost every hour
on the hour for the next 24 hours,
another JWB-sponsored seder will
take place around the world.
So it will be because thou-
sands of dedicated American
Jews who work with JWB and
provide its funding really care.
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are still with us.
The headlines in the Hebrew
newspapers, written in the im-
mortal Hebrew language, scream
the same ..ameslike Mitzraim
(Egypt)of the Passover era.
And, I am convinced, the Jews
of today, like the Jews of old,
will conquer their timeless foes.
SO WHEN the Passover season
approaches, I am swept up by
the Sederwhich is the Jewish
ritual by Moses, who represent-
Jewish prophecy and leadership.
It is, therefore, not difficult fo;'
the Jew, regardless of his depth
of Jewish feeling and emotion, to
relate to the Passover story.
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+Jewist> Hcridfiar
Friday, March 28, 1975
J>ERH.\PS it was the thought
that maybe some of these
very same men had been fighting
alongside the Syrians in the war
of October, 1973. but I must con-
fess to feeling a little sick when
my wife and I drove into the
Moroccan Air Force bass, which ..
was to be our home lor ten
weeks.
I had arrived" at Kenitra (form-
rly Port Lyautey), about 30 miles
north of Rabat, as a result of
having accepted to teach for a
year in American ba>es in Europe
to my compatriots in uniform.
THE MOROCCANS are very
sensitive about the American
presence. During the Six-Day
War and the Yom Kippur War.
King Hassan II even declared
that there were no American
troops at all in Morocco. And yet
the Americans are still there. To-
day there are about 1,100 U.S.
Navy "technical advisors" plus
their families.
These are the last of almost a
million GIs who during and since
the Second World War passed
through the French. American or
Moroccan bases of Morocco. The
American base (now become a
"presence") at Port I.yautcy-
Kenitra holds the rocrd for the
longest continuous existence.
Due to an odd set of circum-
stances, the Moroccans do not
have the same hostile attitude
toward the Americans as Arabs
elsewhere.
THAT MOROCCO was able to
acquire its independence from
the French and Spanish with so
little actual fighting is in large
part due to U.S. support, based
on American opDosition to colon-
ialism, naive perhaps and a little
hypocritical, but thought to be
a legacy of U.S. history.
"It's because the Americans,
full of good-will, do not know the
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Dying Breed
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London Chronicle Syndicate
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Arabs well enough," I was told
by one of the leaders.^! the Jew-
ish community. On the other
hand, a Moroccan lieutenant who
invited us to his house for mint
tea explained to me: "It's because
the Americans wanted to take
the place of the French here."
If the GIs are still in Morocco
(the only Arab country, apart
from Bah-^in. where there are
still American troops), it is be-
cause they are still useful to the
King.
THE SMALL U.S. presence,
the little aerial bridgehead in
Kenitra, constitutes a visible
guarantee of the American com-
mitment in favor of the mon-
arch. In case of internal revolt
or attack by Algeria, more GIs
might be sent from the U.S. or
Germany to save the regime.
The Americans in Kenitra are
all the more easily accepted be-
cause they maintain a low pro-
file. The commander of this base,
all the sentries at the gates, and
the vast majority of the. soldiers,
are .Moroccans.
Americans are forbidden to
leave the base in uniform, and
no American flarf is visible, nor
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ms of Kenitra
Continued on Following Page
any American weapon. In a
strange pairing of fates, the GIs
of Morocco adopt the centuries-
old Jewish tradition of lowering
me's voice, bending one's knee,
letting along as best as possible,
mg to hold on to the essen-
;tingly, the Americans in this
iccan base have not lost their
_-al sympathy for Jews. It is
[accidental that the Navy hay
_i> liven the Jews of Kenitra
the i)i's! jobs on the American
part of the base. (In exchange,
the Kenitra Jews seem to have
given quite a few of their daugh-
ters' hands in marriage to the
GIs.)
OFTEN I heard it said of a
base employee: "This Moroccan
wopt'i steai you blind and will
take good care of you. He's a
Unaware that I am a Jew,
Jion-Jewish American soldier
me what happened to him
while bargaining with an
for a brass tray. Upon be-
alled "Yehudi" because he
*d to offer more money, the
GI reported to the Moroccan:
"It'l JiQod to be a Yehudi. You
ought to be one too."
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1201 Washington Avenue
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3030 SW 38th Ave., Miami
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538-5523
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67 N.W. 71st Street
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PHONE: 754-7224
The 600 Jews of Kenitra (rem-
nant of a 1948 community of
7.500) share a sincere affection
for the "Yankees'.'* The Rabbi of
Kenitra, Yahia Benarroch. at his
post for nearly 40 years, a gentle,
refined man of goodness and
generosity, told me that the land-
ing of the GIs in Morocco in 1942
(just seven miles from Kenitra)
was like the coming of the Mes-
siah.
For the Kenitra Jews, to be
both American and Jewi-h Is ti
combine all virtues. On his firs',
visit to the synagogue, the young
American Jewi-h sailor, knowing
neither Hebrew nor French, ia
nevertheless automatically called
to the reading of the Law, and
invited to the home of someone
thereafter, or more likely to three
different homes at once.
FEW AMERICAN Jews arrive
as bachelors and leave in the
same condition.
After two months in this Moroc
can base, the profound feeling of
insecurity and antagonism I ex
perienced at first had mellowed
gradually into a hesitant accept
ance. No Moroccan soldier among
the dozens I met and spoke with
ever brought up the problem ot
Israel.
And yet these same Moroccans
had no qualms about discussing
the stiil more delicate problem ot
their King, to hom the yon
Moroccans are overwhelmingly
opposed.
Rightly or wrongly, they con-
sider the Aiyricans somewhat
responsible for the King, and the
Moroccan Jews as somehow in
league with him.
OUR MOST unforgettable mem-
ory will not be. however, the
abuse heaped on Hassan. Rather.
;t will be the holidjjvs spent with
our friends of the community of
Kenitra: the Passover Sedarim,
the Mimouna feast at the end of
Passover, the "hiloula" pilgrim-
age of La'.; b'Omer to the tomb
of the venerated Rabbi Amram of
Ouezzane. and finally Shavuot.
just before our departure, when
from the pulpit the rabbi wished
us farewell and safe journey.
In Morocco, the Jews under-
stand what it is to move on. Dur-
ing our 75 days in Kenitra. five
families left. Each departure is
deeply felt as a permanent loss,
even that of a young American
Jewish couple there only briefly.
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MANY FRIENDS IN SOUTH FLORIDA
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Phone 888-5208
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3190 COMMODORE PLAZA
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA
Phone-444-2111
MR. and MRS. ALFRED I. MOSS
AND FAMILY
Wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy Passover
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12305 South Dixie Highway, Miami 238-0392
John Davis, Jr., Owner, Manager
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3811 N.W. 2nd Avenue 576-0130
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2955 N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 635-5207
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836 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida
371-2090 Mae Seelig, Director
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Friday, March 28, 1975
Begin: The Knesset's Hammer
By London Chronicle
ftffENACHEN BEGIN may be
1 the formal head of Israel's
political Opposition, but the real
ideological challenge to the Gov-
ernment is reflected in the cam-
paign of the young religious ex-
tremists who-,' symbol is the
knitted yarmulka.
To Zvulun Hammer and hi- fel-
low firebrand in the National Ke-
ns Party, American born
Yehuda Ben-Meir, lsra 1 s w
i cupation today ought to i>.>
her retention of Judea and Sa-
maria, Hie West Bank.
At 37. Hammer is still one of
the Knesset> youngest members,
a distinction which was uniquely
his when he first took his seat
five years ago.
HAIFA-BORN and raised, a
product of Bnei Akiva, the re-
ligious branch of Nahal (the
Army's pioneering corps) and
Bar Ilan University, Hammer's
rise to political prominence has
been swift.
The NRP has been without
commanding leadership since the
death of Moshe Haim Shapiro in
1970 and has been given to the
principle of collective direction.
The growth of support for the
"Young Guard" (now enjoying
the formal backing of 20 per cent
of party members) reflects as
much the inevitable change of
generations as it displays the
chasm between their mental out-
looks.
Hammer and Ben-Meir draw
their support not only from the
it youth determined to
i e in the West Bank at any and
costs hut also from highly-
motivated religious intellei I
in th.' universities and yeshivot.
COMPROMISE HAS been the
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BY
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31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone 573-7626
MENACHEM BEGIN
national issues
stuff of which politics, particu-
larly Israeli coalition polities.
have been made. But a new trend
has emerged in the NRP which
is no longer willing to go along
with the kind of previously ac-
ceptable compromise within Is-
raeli societyone fostered by the
traditional NRP leadership
whereby Labor ran the State and
the Mizrachi movement its re-
ligion.
Let us have a repolarization of
religious life, the rebels urge,
with Judaism making its mark on
all facets of society and not mere
ly within narrow organizational
structure*.
However, om.nhasu.-at present
is more on national than religious
issues which puts them closer to
the Likud (Alliance) than to
I. bor, the NRP's traditional
partner is a marriage of con-
venience of ten postulated as a
"greal historical alliance."
THEIR MOST dynamic move
came recently when the i
Emunim movement (one of the
key elements in Hammer's con-
stituency) succeeded by their
unauthorized attempts to settle
on the West Bank in raisin
il ne to an emotional pi'.i h which
demanded the nation's attention
and concern.
The approach of the Young
Guard is a manifestation of two
parallel drives against which lib-
eral interpreters of the Zionist
idpa have been cautioning since
19(57 the sanctification of re-
ligion in the name of national
unitv and the sanctioning of na-
tionalism in the narr^ of religion.
The two principal points of the
Hammer-Ben-Meir Ijolitical cam-
paign are the need for a Govern-
ment of National Unity and Jew-
Continued on Following Pane
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