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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
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51 Number 15
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, April 14,1978
ByMaiiwcenti Three Sections Price 36 Cents
Qnur Stuff in a Plain Brown Wrapper
Anita's Juice for the Jews
By EDWARD COHEN
Jewish Floridian Columnist
Wher Father Feeney up in
Boston rsii ted in consigning
all BM-Catholks to hell despite
[he Church's changed dogma on
[he subject, the hierarchy finally
Excommunicated him. Who ex-
ommunicates Anita Bryant
ground here? Rabbi Phineas
iVeberman?
What is or should be -
(Tightening for Jews and others
Lho have some questions about
(he divinity of Jesus and the
Lgma of both the Old and New
Jestaments is the mind-set of the
Bryants of this world The re-
semblance to Torquemada is too
[lose for comfort.
THE REVEALING interview

tCT^
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n
Anita Bryant
in the May issue of Playboy
magazine is fascinating reading
for the picture it presents of a
woman who in the American
mind is considered one of our
most admired. There's a range of
choice descriptions: stupid,
naive, fanatic.
But there are also qualities in
the woman which come through
the interview as the same dedi-
cation that we might accept in
her fundamentalist Jewish
counterparts.
For instance, she finds that her
belief that Jews who don't accept
Jesus are facing the fires of hell
somewhat uncomfortable. "It
doesn't make me feel good or give
me any gratification to think
someone's going to hell. I have
great respect for my Jewish
Continued on Page 1 A
AMERICAN SCENE
Jimmy Carter's Ex-Jewish
Fixer: Thought for Today
Muson Man Mark Siegel
[gbbi Pleads
Keep Doors Open
To Homosexuals
JIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. -
Pugn the Torah refers to ho-
wxuality as "an abomina-
:] Barry Dov Schwartz
,the delegates to the 78th an-
JLin1Vention of the Rabbinical
wnbiy meeting here at the
iw Uncord that Judaism has
legation to "encourage Jew-
I Homosexuals to maintain
r Wigious ties in their own
TWgues."
[Jespjritual leader of Temple
"sholom of Rockville Center.
N.Y., said, however, that "we
must make it clear that we can-
not legitimize homosexuality as
an alternate life style. Judaism
cannot sanction homosexuality."
RABBI SCHWARTZ, who is
doing research on the whole ga-
mut of sexuality in preparation
for his doctoral thesis for the
Jewish Theological Seminary,
said: "I am not in favor of gay
synagogues, as much as I do see
a value in them at the present for
Continued on Page 12-A
By SAUL ORESKY
Mark Siegel is a first genera-
tion American. His mother is
from Kiev, his father from Bessa-
rabia. He grew up in "a totally
Jewish environment and had an
Orthodox Jewish training." He
has "always been conscious of a
Jewish identity and politically
sensitive as an American Jew."
His position in the Carter ad-
ministration was to act as the po-
litical liaison to the American
Jewish community a group of
approximately six million, repre-
senting, according to the old
joke, at least 12 million opinions.
TO MEASURE the pulse of
this group. Siegel said he tries to
"deal with the national leader-
ship as well as the grass-roots
Jewry." He said that he realizes
that the Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations has been criticized as
not being representative of
American Jewry.
"That's why I also deal with
the federations in the major ci-
ties. I won't say that I deal with
the federations all the time. But
when I'm trying to communicate
with the American Jewish com-
munity.' I do not limit myself to
contacts with the Presidents'
Conference I always contact
the Council of Jewish Welfare
Funds and the aggregations
within each city." The lengthy
list of names, places and organ-
izations that followed made his
point. All of them, however, rep-
resented the views of mainline,
middle-of-the-road Judaism.
I asked Siegel if he ever finds
himself having to compromise his
own beliefs to defend a Carter
policy.
"IN TERMS of my activities
in this area." he said, "I have two
Continued on Page 6-A
ON CAPITOL HILL
The Saudi
Connection-
It's Growing
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) A massive surge
of American support for
Saudi Arabia, backed by
the desert kingdom's huge
surpluses of petrodollars
and involving powerful
U.S. political and economic
interests, has emerged in
the open.
In Washington, Saudi
Arabia was exposed as
having retained the U.S.
public relations company of
a close friend and political
associate of the American
Ambassador to Saudi
Arabia, John C. West, to
lobby in Congress for the 60
F-15 warplanes and also
help improve the relation-
ship of Saudi Arabia with
Americans.
FREDERICK G. Dutton, the
Washington lawyer who was an
associate of President John F.
Kennedy and Sen. Robert F.
Kennedy, confirmed to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
he is on an annual retainer of
$200,000 from Saudi Arabia, plus
four or five trips to the Middle
East each year. The fee, he
pointed out, includes his office
expenses. "It's a lot of money
though," he laughed.
Dutton, who observed that he
Continued on Page 10-A
German Paper Presses
NBC to Cancel 'Holocaust9
By ROCHELLE WOLK
ALBANY, N.Y. (JTA) -
American neo-Nazi and right
wing organizations and in-
dividuals are putting pressure on
NBC-TV to cancel plans to air
their four-part Holocaust special
Apr. 16 to 19.
The March edition of the news-
paper, Voice of German
Americans, bears the headline,
"NBC Plans to Broadcast 8-Hour
Holocaust Drama,' Opposition
Mobilizes."
ACCORDING to the lead
article, "Despite numerous
protests, NBC has refused to
cancel its proposed broadcast of a
controversial 8-hour monstrosity
entitled Holocaust.' Instead,
they plan to air it over a four-day
period beginning Sunday, Apr.
16 and ending, sentimentally
enough, on Wednesday. Apr. 19.
three days before the onset of
Passover."
Claiming that the program is a
"grandiose attempt to perpetrate
anti-German bias," the article
states that "Especially since the
recent widespread distribution of
Prof. Arthur R. Butz's conclusive
Continued on Page 11-A
Scene from Series Beginning Sunday
'eizniaii to Egypt Again?..-SA
Jews of the Warsaw ghetto held out against the Nazis for
several weeks, fighting to the last man a I woman.


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The first
Thanksgiving.
Approximately 3,000 years ago,
four decades after the Exodus from
Egypt took place.an event occurred
reaffirming the principle that human
freedom is a divine gift to be cherished
and remembered from generation to
generation.
The Children of Israel joined to-
gether tfigive thanks to God for redeem-
ing than from the bonds of Egyptian
slavery.lt was a time to recommit
themselves to the Faith and Laws of
God revealed to them by Moses upon
which their destiny as a free people was
forged.and which were to become the
foundation of the hopes and aspirations
of all mankind.
It was a time to give thanks for
God's protection and guidance during
the years of wandering in the wilder-
ness of Sinai.
It was a time to plan for the day
when Israel would become a nation.bv
God's Grace.in the Promised Land.
And.it was a time of joy and spiritual
renewal.this first Thanksgiving Dav
that was celebrated in the Sinai desert
three millenia ago.
Succot the Season of Plenty i is
the Jewish Festival that commemo-
rates that time of joy for the Jewish
people. And today.as' it did 3000 years
ago.the coming of Succot poses a
challenge to mankind.For Succot is a
reassertion of Man's potential for
greatness.
It evokes his God-given right to be
free to choose between good and evil;
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between freedom and tyrannv; between
love and hate: between compassion and
greed.lt reestablishes Man's right to be
the arbiter of his own destinv accord-
ing to his own free will.The challenge
presented by the coming of Succot i*
clear.
If freedom is to flourish on earth
mankind must become united in its
cause.
Succot brings with it the hope that
one day Man will realize his full poten-
tial in order to live in freedom and
dignity.
It is a season of joy. A period of
tnanksgiving.lt is a time for humanitv
to harvest it.* dream, of freedom and '
peace.
It's what makes us Jews.
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JNF Launches
HHH Parkway
The J> wish National Fund has launched the
Hubert H Humphrey Parkway in the American
Bicentennial Park in Israel in tribute to the
anoryofthe late Senator.
Announcement of the impressive memorial
L^ m,, press conference in the State
fapitol in St. Paul, Minn., with the participation
tf Hubert II (Skip) Humphrey III and Dr.
gamuel I 0 n, J N F executive vice president.
Humphrey Parkway, being constructed as a
oim [8, uan endeavor, will stretch for
en kilometers along the mountain ridges of the
ludean 11:11- southwest of Jerusalem. It will serve
i the mam artery linking all of the facilities of
ipark with the Holy City.
The United States Court of Appeals for the
district iii Columbia Circuit has ruled that the
overnmen; vwis wrong in rejecting a request by
American Jewish Congress to examine
ports on compliance with the Arab boycott filed
fiderthe Export Administration Act of 1969.
If the ruling is not appealed, it means that
housands ol reports on participation in the Arab
oycntt between 1969 and 1976 will become
vailable for public inspection.
The request for the reports was originally
ade in 19TJ under the Freedom of Information
IFOIAi It was denied by the Department of
Jommerie on the grounds that the boycott
ortswere confidential."
The modern custom of performing the Hustle
nd similar dances at weddings has been attacked
' the Bostonrr Rebbe as going directly contrary
jail Jewish standards of modesty.
The Rebbe, Crand Rabbi Levi I. Horowitz,
ade these remarks at Congregation Beth
ichas in Hrookline, Mass., while delivering his
kly Shalos Seudos address.
Zeroing in on several practices in vogue at
irepuiediv traditional" weddings, the Rebbe
ated thai concentric circles of males and
kmales. while not actually defined as social
Wing or participation in physical contact, go
pinst the spirit of what Jewish laws of tznius
nodestyi are trying to achieve. He said that in
pdition to suggesting a code of modesty in dress.
tnius also includes personal behavior and the
btionsone performs with one's body.
Nine national Jewish organizations have
("eii fpi nendment to the Equal Oppor-
r".v f-mpl Vcl that would require major
pplo\ . duction costs before the\
lu'(1 d who refused to
T-
;. wish ( ongn --
Arish Labor
a ,i- V rans
; men, Rabbinical Assembly
: American Hebrew I >i
ed Synagogue ol America
ent was proposed in their name
special counsel of the American
l* University Women's Organization
W 50th Golden Jubilee Luncheon in
tork and paid tribute to three dis-
C "umbers who, with their
uJiS ?nd f^M**- have endowed pro-
\t iAii, V Norman Lamm, president,
X Uverity; Mrs. Abraham Wouk,
GSfc!* Family Professorship in
ia* p- Nathan Fink, Nathan and
1 C,hair "> Tabnud; and Mrs.
7 Mer*in, Leib Merkin Chair in
and Jewish Philosophy. Mrs. Stan-
g*is national president of YUWO.
mn
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Simcha Dinitz (seated right), Israel Ambas-
sador to the U.S., keynoted- the opening
banquet of the B'nai B'rith Women Inter-
national Biennial Convention in Los Angeles
where California dor. Jerry Brown (seated,
left) affirmed his support for Israel. Standing
are B'nai B'rith Women's International
President Kuygey Kash tleft) of Los Angeles
and incoming President Evelyn Wat
strom of Kansas City, Mo.
isser-
Jewish Congress, in testimony before the Federal
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on
religious needs of employees as they relate to the
scheduling of work. The hearing was held in New
York City.
Mr. Pfeffer also urged that the Commission
adopt changes in its regulations to correct "wide-
spread misapprehensions" that accommodating
the needs of Sabbath observers was no longer
required by law.
These misapprehensions, he said, stem from
the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in TWA v.
Hardison, which exempted TWA from accom-
modating a Sabbath observer on the grounds of
undue hardship' that is, increased pro-
duction costs
The American Jewish Committee has sharply
Criticized the BDecial missionary campaign of the
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod that seeks to
convert the Jewish people to Christianity.
The Synod, at its 1977 Convention, passed a
resolution committing itself to "a two-year goal of
persuading 50 percent of our congregations to
prepare t hemselves tor effective witness to Jewish
people" and to encourage especially those
congregations located in or near Jewish com-
munities to reach OUl to the Jews and share our
faith that Jesus ,,t Nazareth is the promised
Messiah."
Rabbi V .lame- Rudin, the VM 's assistant
nation.il director for Interreligious Affairs.
lews tor inti
irch Missouri
in the
Dinitz, Israeli
i hi i > told l.OOOdelegab
guests to the B'nai B'rith Women International
Convention in Los Vngeles.
"The United States has a great role to play as
a mediator, but not as an arbitrator," Ambas-
sador Dinitz said. There is no doubt that the
United States has a major function in the Middle
East, provided that the U.S. uses all its influence
to get the parties together."
California Go v. Jerry Brown, who also spoke
to the group, addressed himself to the same topic.
"I am very supportive of the efforts of Israel
not to give away anything before it gets to nego-
tiations," he said, "but to go to the peace table
with an open agenda."
Amram M. Ducovny of Cambridge, Mass. has
been appointed vice president for public affairs at
Brandeis University, effective April 1,1978.
Mr. Ducovny, who joined the university on
March 1,1977 as director of public affairs, will be
responsible for developing programs that project
Brandeis as a quality liberal arts research
university and strengthen the university as a
community of shared interests and goals.
For 20 years previous to joining Brandeis, Mr.
Ducovny served with the American Jewish Com-
mittee in New York as director of publicity for its
nationwide Appeal for Human Relations.
Robert L. Adler of Chicago, insurance
executive and a key local and national Jewish
communal leader, has been elected president of
the Jewish Welfare Board at the organization s
1978 Biennial Convention in Montreal, Quebec.
He succeeds Daniel Rose of New York.
U.S. Official Advised Saudis
On Public Relations Campaign
By HELEN SILVER
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department has
acknowledged that an American official furnished the Saudi
Arabian government with the names of American firms that
they might engage to handle a public relations campaign in this
country for the U.S. sale of F-15 warplanes to Saudi Arabia.
REPLYING TO questions on the matter. Department
spokesman John Trattner said. "We have no reason to believe
there was any impropriety of any U.S. official."
The State Department spokesman added. "1 would say it
is up to the Saudi government, as any other government, to
make up its own mind as to which U.S. firms to hire to do its
public relations work in this country and who it retains."
Trattner confirmed that, in response to their request, the
Saudis were furnished with the names of several competent
firms that they might hire for public relations work but that
there was no explicit recommendation made of any of the firms.
"I DON'T know if it is customary. 1 don't rule out that it
has been done before by other governments. It could be
someone in the Consulate" (in Saudi Arabia). Trattner said.
."1 don't know the specific circumstances beyond what I
have said." he added.
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m horror of the Hitleriar. rugr.trr.are se'errr_--.e
that it shall never happen again, neither among as nor
any-where else m the world.
To jog the people's memort- is the Warsaw Ghetto
.pr.smg. the first and one of the most potent counter-
BUacfcl to the Gennar. juggernaut in the early war years
In Warsaw, the Jewish community unmasked the greatest
of the ir.:. Semitic lies: that Jews are not fighters
In Warsaw, the Jews struck the foe and died to a
man. woman and child in the cause of all humanity. If. as
part of its four-part series. Holocaust tells this story of
Jewish heroism well, tells it at least as well as it tells the
story of the Jewish rr_a.-- then the production will
do its job as educator at a time when education is so sorely
needed to strike the foe once again.
Well Done, Rep. Fascell
S Rep Dante Fasceli of Miami deserves special
so for hia rota in the increase of the U.S.
Grant for Russian refugees from 820 million for 19"- I
B9 million for 19T9
Fascell understands the problem well, having chaired
a hearing in Washington that included testimony, among
others, from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Myroa Brodie. executive vice president.
Fascell listened sensitively and well to Brodie 5
explanation that the infusion of supplementary federal"
support into existing non-profit refugee resettlement
programs would assist voluntary agencies in providing
temporary maintenance, job and language training.
counseling and appropriate social services to refugees in
.American communities, including our own in South
Florida.
Fascell is chairman of the International Operations
Subcommittee of the House International Relations Com-
mittee. No less than State Department officials expressed
their admiration for his handling of the hearing and for the
testimony presented.
We concur.
Problem-Not a Solution
The misguided group of people who call themselves
the Jewish Committee of Concern will harm the cause of
Israel, not help it. if they go through with their announced
plans of harassing Egyptian diplomats in this country.
The stated purpose of this New York-based group is to
disrupt American-Egyptian relations.
American Jews are rightly concerned by what they
see as a tilt by the United States in favor of Egypt in the
current Israeli-Egyptian peace negotiations. But even in
the unlikely event that this irresponsible group could
cause a break in U.S.-Cairo relations, how would this help
Israel? Every person really interested in the future and
security of Israel knows it would, instead, do more harm
to the cause of peace which is what we all want for Israel.
Rabbi Alexander Schindler. chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major American Jewish
Organizations, denounced the plans by the Jewish Com-
mittee of Concern by also pointing out that it will not
advance the cause of peace. "Wreckers of the peace are not
welcome, whether they wear sheets of Stars of David."
For this is actually what these groups are. wreckers of
peace.

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because I baocvt God s Word. I
didc t write the Bible, and that s
what the Bible says .1 cannot
deny what I know from the Bible
people have been saved just
by seeing a torn page of the Bible
on the floor
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fusion of the disordered mind is
evident in discarding that which
does not further the cause.
justifying it with the ultimate
statement: It's the fact that
Jesus died on the cross that saves
you. not the Ten Command-
ments, for instance.
So while Leviticus is the source
of her anti-homosexual crusade,
she can ignore the barbarism
implicit in the Biblical penalty
that would provide death by
stoning, and settle for the 20
years in jail suggested by a per-
sistent interviewer.
"THEY'LL have plenty of
time to think. Just because
prisons are corrupt and not doing
the right job in rehabilitation
because they don't have enough
spiritual emphasis doesn't mean
that there should not be a strong
punishment for that." And
punishment leads to redemption
It's in the Bible ''
The danger of Anita Bryant is
the acceptance of her kind of
thinking in the political life of our
Edward
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country, not only by funda-
mentalist Christians and Jews,
but by others who fail to recog-
nize the dangerous implications
of carrying into action her
narrow-minded beliefs.
I would not deny her for one
word her belief in Jesus and his
saving powers, or refusal to par-
ticipate in homosexual practices,
or to pray whenever or wherever
she pleases BUT WHEN the drive to force
prayer and Bible-reading into the
public schools comes along again
and a bill already has been
introduced in the Florida Senate
providing for silent meditation"
that's when I plan to do battle
with the lad v.
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Page 5-A
Readers Suggest Jubilee Was Big 'Media Con Job
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Mv family and I.have just re-
lumed from a visit to the Israel
Jubilee festivities at the Miami
Beach-Convention Center. The
father was- beautiful, the loca-
tion was- ideal, the crowds were
nough to -gladden the heart of
knv promoter. 'Still, we left soon-
p than Vc expected, profoundly
disappointed.
."We felt that, once again, the
lerfish 'community leadership
Lw a tremendous opportunity
b make points both with Jews
wd non-Jews. Sure, there was
ck of coordination and much
onfusion .everywhere., but this
Iras understandable, and we
ould even wisecrack that it gave
hings a Jewish flavor.
WHAT WE resented was that,
. this crucial hour of Israel's
estiny. it's spirituality should be
xemplified by T-shirts, Rummi-
tub and overpriced felafel.
|- Where was the presence of the
Israeli government? Certainly
lot at the unmanned Tourist
Lgency. booth. Where were the
xhibitions of Israeli agricultural,
ommercial and scientific
chfevement? Where were the re-
gious displays which both Jew-
kh and non-Jewish visitors
night find so inspirational at this
line of year? Where were the art-
Its or at least their creations?
And to top it off, one of the ar-
haeologically richest countries
the world presenting an ar-
haeology exhibit worthy of a
rnival sideshow.
I SUGGEST to you that this is
) be deplored. The media conned
into attending. I conned my
hildren into giving up a beauti-
day and coming along. The
npression carried away was that
Ben Yehuda Street" typifies
Braeli life and culture, then Is-
must be one great big Tem-
le gift shop, except the Temple
tft shops get the better mer-
handise.
| If the adults who attend are
npressed, they can at least be
hilosophical. If the children who
^tend are negatively impressed,
en we have one more reason to
emoan our future.
Albert and Cedle Coonin
Miami
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cile Coonin make is a notable-
one, but what they criticize
was not poor planning or faul-
ty pride in the real Israeli
presence. To be blunt about it,
the planners of the Israel Ju-
bilee festivities would dearly
have loved to oblige the Coo-
nins and every other visitor
with the cultural, intellectual,
scientific, artistic and historic
exhibits to go along with the
felafel. But the sore fact is
that such exhibits would have
meant huge expenditure of
funds simply unavailable for
the event. Operating on the
principle that the 30th anni-
versary Jubilee was the cen-
tral issue, the planners, within
the sad restrictions of budget,
did the best they could and are
to be applauded for their
effort.
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Since I am not able to obtain
Anita Bryant's address. I take
this means to get in touch with
her.
Her opinion about homo-
sexuals is only partly agreeable
to me. Homosexuality is a kind of
sickness and an abnormality. It
should be cured or corrected.
Nevertheless, her statement to
recommend 20 years prison for
these people is outrageous.
If they molest or bother others,
especially children, they should
be punished to the full extent of
the law.
BUT HER claim about who is
going to Hell tops it all. What
makes her such a great prophet
to know who is going to Hell or to
Heaven?
Does 'Anita Bryant realize
whom she included in her state-
ment? Or did she forget all her
lessons?
Jesus was born as a Jew, con-
firmed and died as a Jew. To
refresh her memory, look up
Mark 15:34 and 37. The last
words of Jesus in Hebrew
(Aramaic), his native tongue,
were as follows: "EU, Eli lomo
asavtoni" My God. my God
why hast Thou forsake me?
Or Luke -23, Bejodau afkit
ruchi Father, in Thine hand I
commend my spirit.
So think. Anita, think*. Nobody
Knows who is going where.
. KURTSCHREINER
Surfside
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:

Leo Mindlin's column on bi-
lingual and bi-cul.tural education
in Dade County schools was
superb. I am sure that He will be
touching off a controversy. Those
who oppose his-views will fall
back on the Civil Rights Law and
the protection of minorities.
Our schools are'nor vested with"
the responsibility of preserving
any foreign culture.'- No law
makes the teaching of any
language, including Spanish,
mandatory. We are supposed to
aid non-speaking English
students through a transitional
period so that they can become
functional in English.
The Miami Herald entitled my
article on bi-lingualism as "The
Tail Wags the Dog." The tail
referred to the Cubans, and the
dog referred to the majority of
Americans who are no longer
called Americans" but Anglos.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Miami
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Many of your readers have
shown their concern about the
rescue of the remnant 28.000 Fa-
lashas in wartorn F.thiopia. Their
rescue rests in the hands of one
man, Prime Minister Menachem
Begin.
Prime Minister Begin, a true
Zionist, has done much to help
the Falashas and is favorable to
their aliyah.
BUT HE needs to let the op-
posing forces within Israel know
that he is backed by world Jewry,
and as one respected Israeli said
regarding the Falashas, "On
their aliyah. all Israelis are united
because aliyah of oppressed Jews
is the main reason for the exis-
tence of Israel."
The American Association for
Ethiopian Jews is asking for help
in generating a series of letters
imploring Prime Minister Begin
to exert more action on their
behalf.
Now is the time to write to
Prime Minister Begin to tell him
of our support -for Israel in these
dire times and also of our support
of his efforts to rescue the Fala-
shas. He is a man of his word.
NOT TO fulfill the mittvah of
rescuing the Falashas now would
be the greatest scar on the
Western Jewish conscience since
our inaction during the Holo-
caust.
One Falasha wrote. "1 am
absolutely without hope and I
curse the day 1 was born. For
(iod's sake try to help this lone
Jew."
And we reply to you. "For
(iod's sake, write Begin today."
Sylvia and Lester Gerson
New Orleans, La.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
After Napoleon conquered
Moscow, he was forced out by the
bitter cold. As the retreat turned
into a rout, he said to his aide de
camp, "When things are at their
blackest. Providence seems to
provide."
Maybe God is also hovering
over Israel and in His mysterious
ways continues to shine His
countenance upon her.
FOR YEARS, Israel has been
cautioning the Egyptians and the
Arab world there is no room at
the peace table for the current
makeup of the PLO, a leadership
bent on wanton murder and
terror.
Unconscionable acts that led to
the cold-blooded assassination of
a high-placed Egyptian that trig-
gered and embroiled the Cypri-
otes in the macabre airport mas-
sacre of the young Egyptian
soldiers are examples of this, let
alone the Mar. 11 attack on
Israel.
The Cairo citizens, in deep
grief, are in a desperate mood,
crying aloud, "No Palestine" for
these unfeeling terrorists.
IF ONLY all Arab countries, in
the best interests of a real peace,
take up that chant against the
PLO leaders.
If only the Palestinians can be
"settled" with the renewed coop-
eration of Egypt, Jordan and Is-
rael sans the PLO. who seek not
peace but the total destruction of
Israel.
If the Mar. 11 attack doesn'..
perhaps the tragic incident at the
Cypriote airport may lead many
people to feel that where plain
mortals cannot see the light
the good Lord will continue (as
Napoleon pointed out) to func-
tion in mysterious ways.
JACK H. LEVIN
North Miami Beach
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"Friday
April'uJ
Jimmy Carter's Ex-Jewish Fixer Siegel
Continued from Page 1-A
roles. One is an external role, to
communicate, articulate and de-
fend Carter polio.- to the Amer-
ican Jewish community. But
there is another role as impor-
tant and maybe even more im-
portant and that's an internal
role. Often it's the role of advo-
cate. I am not a shy person, and I
make my feelings well-known. I
think I am very well-informed on
American Jewish issues, and
therefore have some degree of in-
put into the decision-making
process.
Compromising? he sighed.
You asked if I find myself com-
promising my own views. I will
never defend a policy that 1 think
is indefensible, and to date I
don't think I have. I have strong
views as an American and as an
American Jew on the security of
Israel."
Siegel has known the President
since 1972. In 1973 and 1974.
when Siegel was executive direc-
tor of the Democratic National
Committee and Carter was the
DNC's campaign chairman, they
worked together very closely.
"DURING THE 119761 pres
idential campaign, I had an offi-
cially neutral role and was not ac-
tive in the campaign. The
candidate I knew best, other than
Sen. Humphrey, who was not
quite a candidate, was Jimmy
Carter. We've known each other
for a long time, and I think we are
comfortable with each other."
This intenieu took place a few ueeks before Mark
Siegel resigned from his position as White House liaison
to the American Jewish community. Siegel stated that his
resignation was a result of his unhappiness uith the Car-
ter administration's Middle East policy and in partic-
ular the plans to sell advanced planes to Saudi Arabia and
Egypt. The intenieu probes the apparent conflict be-
tween Siegel's official White House position and his feel-
ings as "an American, a Jeu and a committed Zio:
AMERICAN SCENE
Siegel described another duty
of his. one that many people
would hardly relish. I prepare
for the President a weekly sum-
mary of all the Jewish publica-
tions in the United States, sum-
marizing articles, editorials on
the Middle East, and criticism of
Carter's Middle East policy, both
positive and negative.
In reaction to a question on the
distrust of President Carter evi-
dent in many American Jewish
publications. Siegel said that he
spends every weekend reading
the Jerusalem Post and "every
Jewish daily, weekly and month-
ly" to have a good sampling of
Jewish opinion.
"And. of course. I don't have
to read." he added. "If I want to
know what the rank-and-file Jew-
ish reaction is, all I have to do is
call home."
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stands Israels definition of
. the Arabs definition of
peace. American Je*r> s defini-
tion, and the uneasiness to iPrt -
ident Carter's' reference to a Pa-
lestinian homeland
Siegel denied that he would
ha\e trouble explaining to the
American Jewish community
some of Carters latest state-
ments, and said that Carter
hasn't said anything recently on
the Palestinians that he hasn't
said before.
The legitimate rights of the
Palestinians is a phrase that Car-
ter used in October and defined in
a press conference immediately
afterwards. He talked about the
legitimate rights of the Palesti-
nians. He used (thephrasel as he
uses it to describe all human
rights of men and women: the
right to housing, education and
freedom. We don't the Pres-
ident does not accept any inter-
pretation of this phrase which is a
code interpretation to someone
else.
"CARTER DID not call
for the self-determination of the
Palestinians He did not call for
an independent Palestinian state.
As a matter of fact, he's opposed
to a Palestinian state, and he's
made that quite clear.'
According to Siegel. CN Res-
olution 242 will be the basis for
all future discussions on peace in
the Middle East He feels that
the resolution generally accepts
the notion of peace in exchange
for territory.
It does not specify or define
the obligations of peace, nor de-
fine or specify the extent of with-
drawal. This is an item, a point
that must be negotiated between
Israel and the Arab states. The
resolution is a brilliant resolution
because of its ambiguity. It was .
passed and endorsed by the Is-
raelis, the Arabs, the United
States and the Soviet Union ba-
sically because of its ambiguity.
SIEGEL IS optimistic about
prospects of a real peace in the
Middle East When I met with
Prime Minister Begin in Jerusa-
lem, he was far more understand-
ing and appreciative of the Pres-
ident's role and policies than
some of my own community in
the United States. But I'm used
to that, and I think that Amer-
ican Jewish public opinion is in
many ways more rigid than'Is-
raeli public opinion on certain
issues.
I.think Begin has been most
generous but also very honest in
talking about Jimmy. Carter's
contribution to the breakthrough
of November. 1977 in Jerusalem
and the events that unfolded in
Cairo and in Jerusalem in Jan-
uary.
Hopefully. 1978 will be a year
of peace, not non-belligerency, in
the Middle East. In large mea-
sure this is because of the policies
of Jimmy Carter. In February of
the President said that he
wanted to serve as a catalyst for
change. He wanted to try' to
break the rigid and inflexible po-
sitions and get the parties mov-
ing in the same direction or
ird each other
BECAUSE OF the U.8 -
power and commitment.'' Siegel
said, the I S is the only country
that can serve both as Israel's al-
ly and as mediator in the Mid-
The other nations either
have failed or are not equipped'
to mediate there, and the Soviet
Union has abandoned any pos-
sible mediating role.
These relationships (with Be-
gin and Sadat and the other Arab
leaders), the one-on-one. man-to-
man feelings of confidence, are
certainly in Israel's best interest.
I once said publicly, and have
never been criticized for it. that
as an American, as a Jew and as a
Zionist. I am encouraged that
Jimmy Carter and the U.S. main-
tain good and strong relation-
ships with Egypt. Jordan and
Saudi Arabia."
Nazis Still
Can 7 March
On Apr. 20
CHICAGO |JTA| 4
Federal Court t Appeals,
here which er : against a planned Nazi vLm
suburban SI -it unaffecu
Skokie village rdinance
will make it impossible lor]
tiny Nazi -0 su_
march or. V :Iitlersb
day
The 6-to-2 r ding bv the
court for tl LhCireay
reversed iecisioo l
three-judge ; inel ol the,
which hin. ed ^ jJ
tion gram- h lTbvJi1
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District Court in Chicago.
DECKER lend the.
porary ban on the marchtoi
Skokie officials time to appeal
earlier ruling holding
stitutional three Skokie
ances passed last yearwhi
Nazis first announced plain]
march through Skokie. wa
Nazi uniforms and swasti
home of 7.001) Holocaust
vivors.
But a Skokit- ordinance ii
the Circuit Court did not i
requires that applications I
parade permit be made at le
days before a march. At theti
Decker ordered his stay,
Nazis had not applied fa
permit and hav e still not dened
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Friday Apr
Weizman Off To
Egypt Again?
Israel Begins Two-Stage Withdrawal
By
-. Sen teas
JERUSALEM Israel
and Eg;.-?: are engagec
bdUad tlM mm pnp-
.--;.- a re'.-rr. ".r.p ::
y Defense Minister
Ezer Wei/man who met
with President Anwar
Sadat two weeks ago.
But so far no date has
been announced and both
governments seem to be
probing each other's inten-
I to determine whether
there are. indeed, good
prospects for substantial
progress if direct negotia-
l are res umed
.ALTHOUGH ''. ^^zzr. made
no progress in *"-"-
Sadat toward breaking the
jr. passe in negotiations, the fact
that the Egyptian leader invited
him to return raised hopes that
there was still something to talk
a.oout-'
|Begin Maliqned
AMSTERDAM Posters
with a picture of Israel Prime
M..-._ster Mecachem Begin and
the words. Begin, murderer
have appeared on walls in
Amsterdam. They are signed.
Red Resistance Front.'' which is
an extreme leftwing group which
maintains close relations with the
Baac ::';rroup.
v.ral figur- -re Adrian
and Ciska Eeken. who were also
. rumental in sending Ludwma
JanMta or. a.-, esp.onage mission
Israel a year and a half ago
after she had received military
training in a PFLP camp in south
Ludwma Janssen has mean-
while been sentenced to six years
imprisonment by a Tel Aviv-
court.
BSoldiers Diciplined
JERUSALEM Israels
expressed concern over the in-
cident last Wednesday in which
five Israeli soldiers fell victims to
a terrorist ambush during an
unauthorized sightseeing trip
beside Israeli lines near Tyre.
Three of the five are presumed
dead. Another soldier and a
civilian were also wounded but
managed to return to Israeli
net
Disciplinary measures have
already been taken against
several officers and soldiers for
permkting the seven men to
enter terrorist-held territory in a
civilian vehicle. Defense Minister
Ezer Weizman reportedly urged
the Cabinet not to judge the
operation in Lebanon on the basis
of "one tragic incident."
The Cabinet also reviewed
efforts by the Lebanese author-
ities in Beirut to facilitate the
return of refugees to their homes
m south Lebanon.
UNESCO Dues
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Israel decided Sunday to resume
payments to the annual budget of
UNESCO, according to an of-
ficial Cabinet announcement.
The decision was approved by
the Cabinet following a proposal
by Foreign Minister Moahe
Dayan that Israel pay $374,000
which represents its debts to
UNESCO for the last two years.
ISRAEL suspended payments
three years ago after UNESCO
adopted an an ti-Israel resolution
which barred it from the activ
xes A Eaaaaaai
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enga-r .-masoicgjcal work
which was altering the seat -
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b ; ".:
: .dget
Open Borders

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the borders between the ta
countries should be c-
opened n
not yet beer, achieved
:.:
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Evidence of this emerges from
a statement by President Sadat
last week to a conference : .- _--:
World informattoc eca m
Cairo There could be no open
borders between Egypt and
Israel at thai -..me because the
two countries still spoke different
languages. Sadat said.
HOWEVER, he did not rale
out the idea entirely, since he
added: "When we can speak one
Language with Israel, then that
moment wul mark the beginning
two countries
JERUSALEM Israel
Am _^gar: a pull-
back in two stages rrop
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Goldberg Says Reds Ignore Helsinki Final Act
By HELEN SILVER
^Sador Arthur J.Goldberg,
heads the American
,tn at the Belgrade Con-
review the Helsinki
to
Final Act, has charged that the
ideals to which the Soviet Union
has committed itself in the Final
Act are far from realized.
He said this was evidenced by
the fact that Jews in the USSR
are still unable to exercise freely
their right to emigrate and to
practice their religion or develop
their culture, and by the Soviet
Union's inclination "to retreat
from honest criticism."
GOLDBERG spoke at a
gathering of the opening session
ot the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry.
Earlier, more than 1,000 school
children from the Greater
Washington area marched from
Lafayette Park, in front of the
White House, to the Soviet
Embassy, where they attempted
to deliver a letter addressed to
Soviet President Leonid
Brezhnev appealing for the rights
of Soviet Jewish children to
emigrate to Israel or elsewhere.
The youngsters waited outside
the embassy for 10 minutes, but
no one appeared to accept their
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Saudi Connection in Washington Just Keeps Growin'
Continued from Page 1-A
campaigned for Arthur J. Gold-
berg when Goldberg was running
for Governor of New York, has
been working for the Saudis since
1977 in a variety of jobs.
Among his tasks will be to help
get Congress not to object to the
warplanes President Carter has
put in a package for the Saudis
along with planes for Egypt and
Israel
REMINDED that he is con-
sidered a good friend of Israel.
Dutton replied emphatically. I
still am He added that he would
like to see Israel with secure and
recognized borders and that there
should be some adjustment" to
Israel's borders.
He emphasized, however, that
the Israelis must face realities"
which, he suggested, were the 120
million .Arabs against three
million Israelis and Arab
resources in oil and finance.
The public relations firm that
has received a contract from
Saudi Arabia includes Crawford
Cook, who was Ambassador
West's campaign manager in
1970 when West was elected
Governor of South Carolina.
Cook's firm has received a
contract for $65,000. the
Washington Post said, to
promote the sale of the F-15
planes to Saudi Arabia during
the next two months and an
Sen. J. William Fulbright. who
also is in the pay of the Persian
Gulf Emirates.
Clark Clifford, who was coun-
selor to President Truman and
upheld Truman's ideas for a
viable Israel in the difficult
period when Israel's fate was in
question, is serving the Algerian
ON CAPITOL HILL
additional S 100.000 as the "initial
payment for a plan for pro-
moting Saudi-American
relations. It is understood that
the firm stands to have millions
of dollars in funds to promote the
Saudi effort.
BESIDES Dutton. Cook and
his associates, the Saudi cam-
paign for the aircraft and image
building will be assisted by
Stephonen Conner, a former vice
president of Merrill Lynch Pierce
Fenner and Smith, the giant
DroKerage firm, who is a financial
and economic consultant to the
Saudi government. Another con
sultant to the Saudis is forme:
Susan
Panoff
A Saga Of
Generations
KATZ COHEN. A SAGA OF THREE GENERATIONS. By
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ASTRACHAN. author of three previous novels, brinf
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from the 1940s to the 1970s The Katzes and the Cohens an- two
families tied by marriage and a similar historical past, who emi-
grated from Russia and Poland in the 19'J1 -
At the beginning of the novel, before the outbreak ol World
War II. both families have started the rise from poverty to af-
fluence
The author traces their material, emotional and spiritual
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milies Jewishness.
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Cook and an associate, it was
reported by the Washington
Post, worked for Sen Ernest F
Hollings iD.. S.C.I before estab-
lishing their present firm called
Cook Ruef Spann and Weiser.
According to the Post, their
clients included Democratic
Senators Walter D. Huddleston
and Wendell Ford, both of Ken-
tucky and Robert Morgan. North
Carolina.
MEANWHILE, in New York,
former Vice President Nelson
Rockefeller was reported deeply
involved'' in negotiating w-.th
Saudi Arabia for a development
corporation that would use Saudi
money in food and energy-
projects primarily in the United
States but alse in underde-
veloped lands. George Woods,
former World Bank president.
and Arthur Taylor, former CBS
president, would be principals in
the new corporation to be baaed
in New York City, according to
the Sew York Daily Sews, which
quoted Rockefeller on the sub-
ject.
In a related development, the
Coca Cola Company was reported
by the .Yen York Times to be
accelerating a campaign to enter
the Arab market with major new
projects in Saudi Arabia and
Egypt.
Both are contingent, it was
said, on its removal from the
Arab blacklist of American com-
panies doing business with Israel
or which have Jewish Americans
in important management
positions
COCA COLA has been barred
for more than 10 years by the
Arab Boycott Office for doing
business with Israel. In Egypt.
Coca Cola is reported as planning
a plant in Alexandria to produce
soft drink concentrates for the
entire Middle East The Saudi
project would involve con-
struction of a canning factory
Still another development that
entered the public domain that
reflected the tidal wave of Saudi
influence at a critical time in U.S.
- Israel relationships and the
Middle East peace process is a
Rocky: deeply invoked
report of a study by specialism
six nations.
The study, sponsored by
Rockefeller Foundation, savsi
oil supply drop in the 1980s L
split the industrialized nau
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stopping on the freewayf
The Argus
German Paper Presses
NBC to Cancel 'Holocaust9
Continued from Page 1-A
refutation of the 'Holocaust'
myth, many Americans are dis-
turbed that a major network
would have the audacity to
embark on a propaganda cam-
paign based on anti-German and
anti-Gentile lies and distortions."
THE STORY concludes by
calling upon readers not to
stand idly by as NBC attempts
to counter the advances that
have recently been made in
exposing the Holocaust myth,'
and invites readers to contact
The Voice (of German Ameri-
cans) with their ideas, sug-
gestions, contributions, and
letters of support for our efforts
to oppose NBC's 'Holocaust
Drama.' and in doing so, to
further awaken our fellow Amer-
icans to the deceitfulness of the
media manipulators."
In a special supplement to his
"Conservative Viewpoint" news-
letter. Richard Cotten says.
This is an urgent appeal that
you both call and write your local
NBC facilities an any of their
sponsors you feel you can in-
fluence and protest this con-
tinuing defamation of the
German nation and what is now
clearly an oblique attack upon
Christianity."
HE FURTHER claims that
the German American com-
munity more than 25 or 35
million in potential, is finally
aout to take the fight to the
enemy. Cotten, too. refers to
Butz s book. The Hoax of the
Twentieth Century, and says
that the book "has Jewry in an
absolute panic. And the same
Germans who had previously
said. I don't even want to talk
about it.' now learn they have
been the victims of a hoax and
they are getting their red blood
running.' Anything could
happen, and the organized at-
tempt to prevent the airing of the
planned infamy under the guise
of Holocaust Studies' was the
necessary catalyst to get things
rolling."
Cotten concludes his dis-
cussion of the NBC Holocaust
special by asking his readers to
"Please get involved. We will
never develop a racial conscious-
ness as long as Jewry can pound
on the Myth of the Six Million.
The stage is now set. thanks to
Dr. Butz for the revisionist his-
torians to have a field day. His
evidence is absolutely over-
whelming. Now the battle lines
are drawn. Are we going to
permit our children to be exposed
to these so-called Studies'? Or
are we going to help expose the
Hoax of the Twentieth Century?"
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an Argentine family which had
been abducted from their Cor-
doba home in August. 1977. and
subsequently jailed, was hailed
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of B'nai B'rith as "a welcome
development."
The plight of the Deutsch
family had gained international
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members of Congress voiced
concern about their arrest and
prolonged detention.
ACCORDING to Rabbi Mor-
ton M. Rosenthal. director of
ADL's Latin American affairs
department. Alejandro Deutsch.
an Argentine businessman who
had been arrested with his wife
and three daughters, was
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His wife. Helena, and two of the
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tine Eederal Judge Adolfo Zam-
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tinuing to hold him and the third
Deutsch daughter. Lilians. Judge
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1977. therefore ordered their im-
mediate release."
IN A telephone conversation
with Rosenthal. a sister of
Alejandro Deutsch. Marts
Alberts of Los Angeles, said she
is "delighted" that her brother
has been freed.
Old Passion
Play Script,
After All
By JON FEDLER
BONN (JTAI -The newly-
elected Town Council of Oberam-
mergau, West Germany, intends
in present is famous Passion Play
in 1980 based on a much-criti-
cized anti-Semitic text that has
been produced for more than a
century, despite a decision by the
previous Council last February to
proceed with plans for a different
version.
This follows an election last
month in which the play was the
central issue. Supporters of the
existing text were elected by a
majority of 12 to 5 seats with 75
percent of the votes.
MAYOR Ernst Zwink said in a
newspaper interview that the
Council would not allow itself to
be dictated to from outside" and
would "reverse the February
decision at all costs."
However, the Council is still
being opposed by a group of
about 400 supporters of the other
script written in 1750 by a
Benedictine monk, Ferdinand
Rosner. The text the new Council
IN GERMANY
plans to use was written in 1860
by a priest named Joseph Alois
Daisenberger which blames the
Jewish people for the death of
Jesus.
The Rosner script maintains
that all mankind was responsible.
The pro-Rosner group, which
includes the play's director, Hans
Schwaighofer. and most of the
leading players previously chosen
to appear in 1980, is determined
to press ahead with its aim of
reforming the play by then.
MEANWHILE, in a television
interview here, Rabbi Marc
Tanenbaum. director of the
Department of Religious Affairs
of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, warned that not only
Jews but millions of American
Ihristians would "vote with their
feet" by boycotting Oberammer-
gau should it go ahead with
Daisenberger text.
Such a decision by Oberam-
mergau would also be "a signal to
the world that the Federal
(ierman Republic is not in a
position to defeat the dark
powers the ultra-conservatives
and reactionaries who seek a
return to traditions of the Middle
Ages," he added.
THE AJCOMMITTEE had
been seeking a revision of the
play since it had found the
Daisenberger script anti-Semitic
after a line by line analysis
more than 20 years ago.
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According to the reports, between seven and 10 Palestinian
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Stating that there are an esti-
mated 120.000 Jewish men and
women who practice homosex-
uality exclusively, and there are
12 gay synagogues from Wash-
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Conservative Judaism, as ex-
pressed by its Law Committee,
has said: No separate homosex-
ual svnagogues should be estab-
lished. "
"HOW WONDERFUL," he
continued, it would be if the
Conservative movement with its
interest in improving the quality
of the world would become a pio-
neer in welcoming all the lonely
and isolated of our people into
our midst Separate gay syna-
gogues have been formed precise-
ly because the homosexual has
riot been comfortable in existing
religious institutions. We should
strive to remedy this situation
and thus make gay synagogues
obsolete.
'Until that time, if any gay
Jew is striving for happiness and
trying to integrate his entire life
with a love of Judaism, then I
personally feel that compassion
and logic dictate that we should
encourage Jewish homosexuals
to maintain their religious tie
even if it unfortunately means se-
parately, in their own syna-
gogues."
He also said that homosexuals
should not be denied housing or
employment because of their ho-
mosexuality.
'We need not subscribe to the
new morality, the so-called great
orgy' of the 20th century.'' Rabbi
Schwartz concluded
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We need not acquiesce to the
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nroxemics is the study of people's
Lponses to spatial relation-
ships, for example their ways of
perceiving their territory.
Proxemic patterns in political
Wrms tell us. in Halls view, that
for the Arab generally the whole
concept of the boundary as an
jbstraction is almost impossible
to pin down.
At a time when Israel is strug-
gling to define its need for
Iborders to a western world grown
[increasingly sympathetic toward
Iallegedly beleaguered Arab ter-
[ntories. and when President
leaner, in response to these sym-
Ipathies. is now rewriting UN Res.
I042 to mean" a return to the
lpre-196" borders with but minor
{rectifications, it is an absolute
[eye-opener to read in Hall that
lArabs understand Edges' of
Itowns, yes. but permanent boun-
daries out in the country (hidden
lhnesl.no."
Declares Hall. In the course
(my work with Arab subjects. I
|had a difficult time translating
ur concept of a boundary into
Iterms which could be equated
A-ith theirs. In order to clarify the
[distinctions between the two very
[different definitions, I thought it
[might be helpful to pinpoint acts
|which constituted tresspass."
HALL CONFESSES that "I
Ihave been unable to discover
[anything even remotely
[resembling our own legal concept
|of tresspass."
Understood in these terms,
(Palestinian terrorist attacks can
[be easily justified in the Arab
[mind at the same time that the
[western mind conceives of the
Iterrorism as acts of guerrilla
[liberation.
Hall explains it altogether
differently: The terrorist is not
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invading land that belongs to
someone else, or even that he
conceives of as having been
stolen from him and is now ille-
gally being occupied by another.
"MY SUBJECTS simply
failed to respond whenever tres-
pass was mentioned. They didn't
seem to understand what I meant
by this term they organize
relationships with each other
according to closed social
systems rather than spatially .
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closely linked, if not synon-
omous, in Arab thought.
Trespass in this context is a
Perhaps the most pene-
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ing observation Hall
makes is of an Arab col-
league who reported
one day: 7 have spent the
entire afternoon trying to
find the Arab equivalent
of the English word, rape.
There is no such word in
Arabic'
matter of who you are, rather
than a piece of land or a space
with a boundary that can be
denied to anyone and everyone,
friend and foe alike."
This geopolitical fact of Arab
life, this indifference to boun-
daries, as Hall sees it, derives
from the Arab's emotional at-
titude toward space generally.
Arab spaces inside their upper
middle class homes are tre-
mendous by our standards. They
avoid partitions because Arabs
do not like to be alone (italics
his). The form of the home is such
as to hold the fam:':> ..igether
inside a single protective shell,
because Arabs are deeply in-
volved with each other."
THIS SHOWS itself in Arab
olfaction, which Hall observes
occupies a prominent place in the
life of the Arab. As opposed to
the westerner, who finds it bad
manners at best and hideous at
worst. "Arabs consistently
breathe on people when they talk
... To smell one's friend is not
only nice but desirable, for to
deny him your breath is to act
ashamed."
Obviously, then, our western
diplomats in contact with their
Arab counterparts appear to be
ashamed if not downright timid
and these petrodollar days
capable of being intimidated.
In the larger sense, therefore,
there is no physical privacy as we
know it in the Arab family, and
Hall declares, "not even a word
for privacy" exists.
IS THERE any wonder then
that the Arabs do nothing about
their refugee camp ghetto world
in which they are held not by
force, not even by the smoulder-
ing political desire for revenge,
but simply by a racial charac-
teristic so different from our own
fierce western pride in the need
for independence and occasional
privacy and even anonymity that
it escapes our understanding?
What we do is to interpret this
torpor into our own terms, and
we arrive at wrong conclusions, a
sympathy for the victimized
Arab who has been herded into a
life of misery.
Hall observes that the Arab
failure to understand privacy as
we understand it governs our
own failure to deal effectively
with the Arabs politically. When,
for example, the State Depart-
ment announces a policy of
Middle East even-handedness, it
is incensing to the Arab, who
believes that "fo fail to intervene
(italics his) when trouble is
brewing is to take sides"
automatically.
THE NEW Carter propensity
to lecture Prime Minister Begin
on his alleged deficiencies now
demonstrates to the Arab, not
that Carter is taking sides, but
that he is showing interest, a
change in attitude the Arab can
certainly appreciate. This is par-
ticularly true because the
struggle is over borders, con-
stricting space, which Israel as a
western nation in these terms
desperately desires, and the
Arabs prefer not to understand.
Hall's study can not. of course,
explain just how appreciative the
Arab would be were Carter, say,
to lecture President Sadat in the
same way that he lectures Prime
Minister Begin. Even if one can
well imagine what the result
would be. all theories aside, the
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inability to discuss borders with
the Arabs on any basis, Res. 242
included.
Perhaps the most penetrating
and indeed terrifying observation
Hall makes is of an Arab col-
league who is the author of an
Arab-English dictionary and who
reported one day: "I have spent
the entire afternoon trying to find
the Arab equivalent of the
English word, rape.' There is no
such word in Arabic." The reason
is that there is no such concept.
FOR HALL, this emerges from
the Arab tendency to shove and
push each other in public and to
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. they must not have any
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the body."
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Dr. Joseph Weiss at Auschwitz. Over two million .lens were murdered by the Nazis at
extermination camp.
NBC Series to Open Sunday
Holocaust, the story of
jthe Nazi era slaughter of
six million Jews, will be
seen on four consecutive
nights. Apr. 16 to 19.
beginning this Sunday
evening over WCKT.Ch. 7,
Tuesday. 9 to 11 p.m.; and
Wednesday, the concluding
segment. 8:30 to 11 p.m.
THE ORIGINAL drama by
Gerald Green, who also wrote
The Last Angry Man is the story
of a gentle and compassionate
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physician and his family.'all "I
whom arc. in different ways, buf-
feted by the Nazi fury and tor-
ment thai was unl upon
six million Jews as wel
millions ol other pe \
alleliiig the ti this
famih i~ thi storj >i at an:
bitious youni in lawyer
who, prodded by in- even mort
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Robyn Susan Spear
Robyn Spear: Retarded
Women-Child Overcomes
God's Little Mistake
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida T Friday, April 14,1978
SECTION B
By NORMA A. OROVITZ
[When Mickey Spear speaks of
is 29-year-old mentally retarded
kughter, Robyn, he says his
iweetheart" is one of "God's lit-
emis takes."
|W'hen Harold (Rusty) Town-
d, Sunland Training Center's
havioral specialist, speaks of
|nyn. he refers to a gentle "lit-
butterfly" whose sweetness
erw helms.
lAnd when Robyn Spear speaks
|herspecialness, she insists she
not retarded. "I'm excep-
Inal."
If both father and therapist are
|ht, so is Robyn.
LAST FRIDAY night, at Con-
pgation B'nai Raphael, this
pan-child proved that she is,
ply. exceptional.
Robyn sat on the bima, punc-
hing the service with sighs
p smiles, craning to make eye
ptact with her parents, with a
Itage-mate from Sunland. And
fall hour into the Shabbos eve
face. Cantor Jack Lerner
pd upon Robyn to officially
P>meaBatMitzvah.
robyn is the first female Sun-
Id thent to participate in the
Ipous rites of passage and the
F client (male or female) to do
TN the Center's grounds.
"T IS Mar. 21, an overcast day
1 still a bit cool. The drive up
Deet ^byn Spear Ukes me to
northwest corner of Dade
My where Sunland, like the
Wed people it houses, is
M away behind a metal
f "unk fence and a guarded
]{ few minutes early for
L P-m- appointment, so di-
Vt- lunteer services Dar-
Uft!iu takes time discuss
P"d, its clients and Robyn.
L^n2.7 resident. there are
Paps 30 to 50 persons partici-
r m the Jewish Tikvah pro-
P sponsored by the Southeast
Pn of United Synagogue of
K Este'fe SbSnoStTlho
Kv" ^tor of special
fca Lr/ had Robyn in these
[rono'ackof fun<*s. there is a
Chnm!c and festival ap-
kgstud iSminsteadofon"
us I!!'8. Participation in re-
l'fc?^rt at "normal-
fcSt ^a^" >ys that
retrained "for individual
goals" rather than simply being
warehoused.
Robyn has never been ware-
housed in a snake-pit or shuffled
like some superfluous bit of pro-
toplasm. At Sunland for 10 years
now, she has only previously
lived at home and at one private
institution.
The time for our meeting is
now overdue. Mickey Spear,
upon arrival, is called away to
discuss a problem with Rusty
Townsend. I am beginning to
have a mind's eye picture of Ro-
byn through Farrell's descrip-
tion, but I am not to meet her on
this day.
SUBJECT TO periodic tan-
trums and disruptive behavior,
Robyn has been misbehaving.
She is upset that she cannot
withdraw her savings from Sun-
land's on-Center bank. (Clients
are paid for their work in therapy-
oriented activities.) Just that
morning, she has struck out in
anger and frustration. Although
she is too weak to actually hurt
Continued on Page 13-B
Jacobson to Report On
Histadrut Projects at Seder
Joel Arnon, Israel's Consul
General in the Southeast, will
address the annual Third Seder of
the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida, Tuesday, April 25
at the Fontainebleau Hotel in
Miami Beach.
Council President Morris New-
mark and Moe Levin, chairman
of the Board, also announced that
this year's seder will be dedicated
to Israel's 30th anniversary.
CONSUL GENERAL Arnon
joined the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs in 1966 and served as
department head. In 1969, he was
appointed to the Israeli Mission
to the United Nations. Arnon
was appointed Consul General for
the Southeastern Region of the
United States in 1977.
Levin and Newmark stated
that this year's honoree and
recipient of Histadrut's Silver
Menorah Award will be B.
Vladek Workmen's Circle Branch
699.
Miami Beach Commissioner
Leonard Weinstein, chairman of
the Histadrut Council's business
and professional division and vice
chairman of the Histadrut pro-
am committee, will serve as
dinner chairman.
THE business and professional
division and pro-am golf com-
mittee sponsor hundreds of
scholarships annually for under-
privileged Israeli youth at-
tending Histadrut's network of
33 Amal schools throughout
Israel Over 55,000 scholarships
have been granted since the fund
was established in 1957.
Bernard Jacobson, executive
vice president of the National
Committee for Labor Israel, will
report on his recent visit to Israel
and the various phases of the
Histadrut programs.
Bernard B. Jacobson
Dr. Morton Malavsky, chair-
man of the Board of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation of South
H reward Council, will conduct
the Hagadah portion of the seder.
The seder dinner will conclude
with a concert of Hebrew, Yid-
dish and English songs by the
trio, "The Distant Shores".
For reservations and further
information contact the
Histadrut office.
Tribute Lunch To
Honor Lehrmans
Miami Leaders Elected to JWB Board I
Muriel Russell and Myron J.
Brodie of Miami have been elect-
ed new members of the JWB
Board of Directors, and Stanley
Gilbert has been re-elected a
JWB Board member at the or-
ganization's 1978 biennial con-
vention in Montreal, Quebec.
Mrs. Russell is president of the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida. The Center buil-
ding, the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center, is
named for the Russells' daughter
and grandson. Mrs. Russell is a
member of the Board of Directors
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; she is on the board of
trustees of the Council of Jewish
Federations; and on the board of
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
BRODIE IS executive vice-
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, a post which
he has held since January 1971.
He is currently a participating
member of the Interfaith Consul-
tation on Social Welfare, the ad-
visory committee to the Depart-
ment of Health, Education and
Welfare. He is on the Joint Dis-
tribution Advisory Board on
Overseas Community Organiza-
tion and Fund-Raising.
Gilbert is honorary president
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida. He is a
board member in the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, which he
has served in a number of key ca-
pacities, and he is a board mem-
ber of the Hillel Foundation of
Florida and Temple Beth Am.
Also attending the JWB con-
vention from Miami were Donald
J. Reiff, Stanley G. Greenstem,
Judith Drucker, Myron A. Bere-
zin and Marjorie and Emanuel
Berlatsky.
Stanley Gilbert
Myron Brodie
Muriel Russell
Dr. & Mrs. Irving Lehrman
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman
have been chosen as honorees for
the Women for Jewish National
Fund (JNF) Tribute Luncheon to
be held Sunday, May 21 at noon
at the Hotel Fontainebleau,
announced Abraham Grunhut,
president of the JNF of Greater
Miami.
Dr. Lehrman is spiritual leader
of Temple Emanu-El. Mrs.
Emanuel Mentz is serving as
chairperson for Women for JNF.
City of Hope to Confer Accolade
On Tibor Hollo at Banquet Here
Tibor Hollo will be presented
with the coveted City of Hope
"Torch of Hope" award at a ban-
quet in his honor this Saturday,
April 15 at the Hotel Fontaine-
bleau, announced Joe Robbie,
banquet committee chairman.
Congressman Claude Pepper will
present Hollo with the award.
Parents of Learning
Disabled Kids
A meeting for parents of
children with learning disabilities
will be held at Temple Judea in
Coral Gables, Monday, April 17
at 8:30 p.m. in the youth hall.
Temple Judea is in the process
of assessing the need for such a
program in the religious school,
which could lead to the Bar
Mitzvah ceremony.
Estelle Slomovitz, director of
Jewish Education of United
Synagogues, will be the guest
speaker and will discuss what
parents could expect from such a
program and what their children
will achieve.
Proceeds from the banquet will
establish the Tibor Hollo Medical
Research Fellowship at the pilot
medical and research center in
Duarte, Calif., according to Stan-
ley Gittleman, spokesman for the
Southern Regional Office of the
City of Hope.
HOLLO IS chairman of the
board and president of Florida
East Coast Properties, Inc. He
was appointed by Gov. Reubin
Askew to Florida's Task Force on
Housing and Community Affairs
and to the Governor's Advisory
Council on Factory-built
Housing.
Locally, Mayor Maurice Ferre
named him to the Land Owners
and Builders Committee of the
City of Miami. In addition, he is a
member of the Miami Downtown
Advisory Committee and the
Committee on Ecology and
Beautification. He recently was
appointed to the City of Miami
Beach's Economic Advisory
Committee.
Tibor Hollo
Hollo, a French-Hungarian im-
migrant, founded his general
contracting company in 1949 in
New York, and in 1956 was
named by Fortune magazine as
one of the 10 top contractors in
America.
HIS DEVELOPMENTS in
Dade County include Plaza Vene-
tia, the $23-million residen-
t ;al shopping complex now un-
der construction in downtown
Miami; Rivergate Plaza; Vizo.ya
Towers; the Twin Lakes Racquet
Club and many others.


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>Misl fkidiari_
Friday, April 14,1
Synagogues Join in CJA-IEF
Dinner Honoring Jewish Leaders
The members of Beth Torah
Congregation and Temple Sinai
of North Dade will join together
for dinner on Sunday evening.
April 16. in honor of two of their
families.
Held on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1978
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, the event -
joining congregants and friends
of the North Dade Conservative
and Reform synagogues will
pay tribute to Robert and Phyllis
Orseck, along with Aaron and
Dorothy Podhurst.
ORSECK AND Podhurst. cur-
rently law partners in Miami, are
childhood friends who grew up
together in Liberty, N.Y. After
resettling in Greater Miami in the
early 1960s, both families became
involved in the work of the Jew-
ish community, through their sy-
nagogues, as well as through the
Federation and the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida.
According to Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz of Beth Torah and Rabbi
Ralph Kingsley of Temple Sinai,
the gala will take place at the
Beth Torah Social Hall. Chair-
men for the event will be Kenneth
J. Schwartz, president of Temple
Sinai; and Lester Engel, a mem-
ber of Beth Torah's Board of Di-
rectors.
Both Robert Orseck and his
wife, Phyllis, are now leading
Beth Torah's 18th anniversary
celebration for Rabbi Lipschitz.
He also is chairman of Beth To-
rah's budget committee and a
member of its cultural commit-
tee. He also is associate treasurer
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ters and a member of the JCC's
executive and membership com-
mittees.
HE AND Mrs. Orseck were co-
chairmen of the JCC's 1977 an-
nual meeting. Within the Federa-
tion, he serves on the GMJF Ad-
visory Council, in the Pacesetter
Division, and he is a past chair-
man of the CJA-IEF attorneys
division.
Mrs. Orseck, who will be
named a vice president of the
Federation Women's Division for
the coming year, currently serves
as the Division's North Dade sec-
retary and nominating committee
chairman for that area. She also
is its leadership training chair-
man and a member of the Wom-
en's Division Executive Board.
SUN-MAID
SEEDLESS
RAISINS
Some of the sweetest
memories of Passover
start here.
Remember Momma's Passover kitchen with those
tempting boxes of Sun-Maid Raisins? Remember
watching Momma, helping her, and noshing those
delicious Sun-Maid Seedless Raisins? Bursting with
natural fruit-sugar energy, they're still dried the
natural way...in the sun. No oils or preservatives
added. So give your family sweet Passover mem-
ories with Sun-Maid, America's favorite raisins for
cooking, baking and noshing.
S Enjoy all 4 kinds of
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The old-time favorite shown up above,
Golden raisins, Currants, Muscats. They're all
delicious and nutritious, so eat hearty.
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She serves as a board member
of the JCC. an executive commit-
tee member, chairman of the JCC
teen committee, and co-chairman
of the JCC children's committee.
She is a vice president of the
Shores Division of the National
Council of Jewish Women and is
active in the cultural committee
at Beth Torah.
AARON Podhurst now serves
as vice president of Temple Sinai.
He is chairman of the syna-
gogue's fund-raising committee
as well as a member of the Fed-
eration's Pacesetter committee
and a previous member of the
GMJF nominating committee,
also has held several leadership
positions within the synagogue,
the Federation and other Jewish
organizations.
The dinner schedule will be ar-
ranged to permit participants to
view the start of the NBC Telev-
ision docudrama Holocaust, be-
ginning later that evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Podhurst
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U^htJhridiian
Gerstein to Address Women's WorkshoD
ur,Ushnn Drograms entitled Schools; "The Jewish Lobby .. ~ ., *?
Page 3-B
Workshop programs
Women in a Changing
retv III" vviH De held at Tem"
Judea in Coral Gables
Wednesday. April 19, beginning
ith registration at 9:15 a.m.
^nsored jointly by the sis-
jrhoods of Beth Am. Bet Breira.
odea and the National Council
Jewish Women, South Dade
hapter. the program seeks to
Gucate women on contemporary
Ce issues. A staff of professional
y community leaders are con-
Ccting the workshops.
RICHARD K Gerstein. former
attorney, will be guest
eaker at 10 a.m., followed by a
tion ami answer period.
(Workshop titles and leaders
dude: "Public Schools Their
urvival and Future," with Don-
I Burroughs, superintendent of
outh Ana Dade County
Lobby
How It Affects Issues," with Art
Teitelbaum, executive director of
the Anti-Defamation League,
Southeast region; "Women in
Business How to Start Your
Own." with Roberta Shevin,
businesswoman. Hanucraft. Inc.
"Woman Power in Politics
Beyond the Vote." with Linda
Brickman, district representa-
tive; Sen. Richard Stone; "The
Family in the 80s Will It
Exist?" with Judith Chestler. so-
cial worker from the Children's
Psychiatric Clinic; "How to Talk
With Teens About Practically
Everything." with Dr. Merry Sue
Haber, director of Psychological
Associates.
"FINANCIAL Planning -
Coping with Inflation and Tax-
es," with Nikki Adler Ross, certi-
fied financial planner; "Aging
With Relative Serenitv Living
fiami Beach: 'On its Wag to New
[Economic Heights' Says Goldberg
Speaking at a luncheon at the
Plaza Pub Restaurant,
ton S. (ioldgerg. president of
kfferson National Bank of Mi-
ni Beach and immediate past
esident of the Miami Beach
hamberof Commerce, said that
Miami Beach already has
Jmed the corner, and is well on
way to new economic
lights."
[Goldberg presented his opti-
tic appraisal of Miami
bach s economy in general and
[ tourism in particular to mem-
>of the Miami Beach Kiwanis
ub.
GOLDBERG praised Fon-
tainebleau Hotel principals Ste-
phen Muss. Joel Friedland and
Gerald Robins "for their vision
in the possibilities of revitalized
tourism and for their faith in the
future of Miami Beach."
He said that a combination of
the Fontainebleau purchase by
Hotelarama and the resumption
of operation of other major hotels
by the families which built them
originally "have instilled new vi-
gor in tourism for not only Miami
Beach but for all of South
Florida."
Annie' to Play Here Four Weeks
|i4nm>, winner of seven Tony
*ards, including Best Musical
)77, as well as the New York
ama Critics' Circle Award as
Musical, will make its
uthem premiere, Thursday,
120, at 8:30 p.m. for a four-
ek run at the Miami Beach
eater of the Performing Arts,
its first engagement any-
where in the United .States since
last April at New York's Alvin
Theatre, 11-year-old Kathy-Jo
Kelly will star in the title role,
Norwood Smith as the multi-bil-
lionaire tycoon, Oliver "Daddy"
Warbucks, Jane Connell as Mrs.
Hannigan. the wicked orphanage
director, and, of course, Annie's
dog. Sandy.
For over 100
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the Golden Years," with Pat
Podolsky, coordinator of Jewish
Community Center Day Care
Center for the Frail Adult;
Women as Victims The Di-
lemma of Women Facing Vio-
lence," with Catherine Lynch, di-
rector of the Dade County Vic-
tims Advocate Program.
international Politics Is-
rael The Jewish Woman the
World." with Molly Brilliant,
author and community leader;
Marriage Two Points of
View." with Joan Levi. family
therapist from the Group and Fa-
mily Therapy Center; and Dr.
Warren Schlanger. psychiatrist
and co-director of the Croup and
Family Therapy Center.
Attendance is by pre-registra-
tion only. Luncheon is included in
the price of registration.
CHAIRMEN for the program
are: Geraldine Legow and Fran
Schreiber of Temple Heth Am;
Marlene Levy and Hinda Cantor
of Temple Het Breira; Rosetta
Hierman of Temple Judea; Susan
Cook and Gail Andich of Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women.
The combined meetings began
four years ago as an interfaith
between the sisterhoods of Beth
Am and Judea and grew to en-
compass Het Hreira and NCJW
so that members could share mu-
tual interests. The programs are
held alternately at Temples Beth
Am and Judea.
B'nai B'rith Women Plan Installation Lunch
The Lincoln group of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a kosher
installation luncheon Sunday.
April 16 at noon at theShelborne
Hotel.
L' chayim!
t
nash TU33
t'i'ia M0aA> a Pttw* lot Ptitowtr
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America's No. 1 Prune Juice.
For over thirty-five years, families
have been relying on Planters*Oil
for all their Kosher cooking.
On Passover and all year through.
They like it because it's pure, light and
polyunsaturated. So the true taste
of the food comes through. Try
this traditional Passover recipe
and see what we mean. Cook it with
Kosher and Parve Planters Oil.
And Happy Passover.
ORANGE HONEY CHICKEN
Makes 4-6 servings
1 (4-pound) chicken, cut in serving pieces
l/i orange
2 teaspoons ground ginger
Pinch salt
14 cup Planters Peanut Oil
V* cup honey
Orange slices
Rub chicken pieces with half orange.
Sprinkle with 1 teaspoon ground ginger and
salt. Combine Planters Peanut Oil, honey
and remaining I teaspoon ginger. Arrange
chicken in baking dish and brush with
honey mixture.
Roast in moderate oven (350' F.) 1 Vi to
2 hours, basting occasionally w ith the
honey mixture. Garnish with orange slices
before serving.
ARassover
Recipe
from the
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by Rabbi Bernard Levy.
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vjenist fkricfian
Friday. April U l
JVS Counseling
Hours Extended
The Jewish Vocational Service
Career Counseling Program has
increased its hours at the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center. Appoint-
ments will now be available every
Thursday afternoon from 1 to 5
p.m. in addition to the existing
Thursday evening hours of 6 to
10 p.m.
The Career Counseling Pro-
gram provides vocational interest
Bnot MiUvah include (fromleft **^>J%, mtSS^StfiSA
Newman, Etta Silkes, Judy Rosen, Michelle A"* A* the career decision making
Levitt; (left to right, back row) Sandy Mesh, Judy cnamicR gs Counseling for adults
and Phyllis Heller. Top back row (from left to right) are Lantor whQ ^ considerillg a m;d.life
William W. Lipson, Dr. Sol Landau and Louis Gadon. career change is also available.
Beth David Congregation to Hold
B'not Mitzvah Class for Women
The fourth annual B'not Mitz-
vah class will be held at Beth Da-
vid Congregation this Saturday,
April 15 at 9 a.m., led by Rabbi
Sol Landau, Beth David spiritual
leader and assisted by Cantor
William W. Lipson and Louis
Gadon, religious instructor.
The B'not Mitzvah include
Lannie Newman, Etta Silkes, Ju-
dy Rosen, Michelle Altman, An-
nette Levitt, Sandy Mesh, Judy
Chalnick and Phyllis Heller.
THE CEREMONY was intro-
duced in the Conservative move-
ment several decades ago to
grant girls a more equal status to
that held by boys.
A majority ruling of the Law
Committee of the Rabbinical As-
sembly in 1973 established wom-
en's rights to full ritual equality
including the privilege of a Torah
honor and the counting toward
the Minyan (congregational
quorum).
USF Teacher To
Address Women
Dr. Evelyn Mayerson,
associate professor of psychiatry
at the University of South
Florida in Tampa, will be the
guest of honor and speaker
Thursday. April 20 at 11:45 a.m.
at a meeting of the women's
division of American Friends of
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem in the Montmartre Hotel in
Miami Beach.
Dr. Rachel Abramowitz, presi-
dent of the women's division, will
chair the meeting.
Members of the committee
include Mesdames Thelma
Anton, Florence Becker, Else
Bonem, Viola Charcowsky, Ida
Chinsky, Sigmund Fogler, F.lma
Kaufman, Ida Conn, Rose
Pascoe, Lillian Kronheim and
Helen Lipson.
Reservations may be made at
the offices of American Friends.
Florence D. Feldman, director of
the women's division, is serving
as coordinator.
Technion Women
Hear Seidenfeld
The Miami-Coral Gables chap-
ter of women's division of the
American Society for Technion,
will meet at Temple Zamora in
Coral Gables. Sunday, April 16 at
2:30 p.m.
Ella Seidenfeld, a member of
the National Board of Technion
will speak and a 30-minute movie,
Frontiers of Healing will be
shown.
Ethel Sernaker is president of
the chapter.
All meetings are by appoint-
ment only and can be arranged
by contacting Nancy Maslov,
ORT JVS counselor, or Les
Forster, JVS counselor.
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Page 5-B
Volunteers Catalogue $100,000 Of
Merchandise for SAM Auction
Volunteers have been busy ca-
iloging and tagging close to
U00.OOO worth of merchandise
ud several certificates to be
Iffered to the highest bidder at
tonsiderable savings from retail
brices.
The merchandise is part of the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
L's SAM. Service and Mer-
Eandise Auction, scheduled for
Wednesday. April 26 at Miami
ach Convention Center.
THE PUBLIC is invited to
Line earlv to the auction, which
Lns at" 7:30 p.m., to browse
bd to take advantage of early
Cjrchase specials.
In addition to food, movies and
bights on the town." some other
ns going up for bids include
...vision and stereo equipment.
hpliances. jewelry' and designer
bthing. and leisure toys. Servic-
which will go on the block in-
bde attorneys' and accoun-
nts' services, interior design-
, landscaping, tutoring, tennis
|d golf lessons.
Groups Solicit For
\uction Merchandise
An all-day drive by groups af-
piated with the Hebrew Acade-
my took place Thursday to solicit
ns for the April 26 Service and
|erchandise Auction (SAM) to
! held at the Miami Beach Con-
kntion Center.
I Coordinator of the first annual
Iction is Sarah Rodnon, admin-
fcrative assistant of the school.
ving on the committee are Je-
ne Bienenfeld, co-chairman;
Id Alex Paul Dedee Cohen is
nan of the women's division
bng with Mrs. Henry Stem and
rs. Rochelle Kevelson.
Joseph Weisel, chairman of the
auction, said the Academy hopes
to raise a portion of the money to
cover a $100,000 deficit of the
school. According to Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, more than 60 per-
cent of the school's 700 students
are attending on full or partial
tuition scholarships. Among
these students are some 38 chil-
dren of Russian Jewish immi-
grants.
Norman Ciment, president of
the school, said the public is in-
vited to attend the auction, to
take advantage of the shopping
bargains, as well as support the
youngsters' education.
BAFTY Service
On Holocaust Set
The teen-agers of Temple Beth
Am will conduct Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m., April 14,
with special readings and com-
mentary recalling the Holocaust.
Gayle Pomerants, president of
BAFTY (Beth Am Federation of
Temple Youth), said, "Young
Jews have special reason to recall
the killing of six million Jews by
the Nazis. We have to know the
difficulties Jews have faced to
bring their heritage to the
present day. We have to know
what sacrifices we are expected to
make to make certain that our
heritage is not diluted in this
modern age when so many things
distract us from our faith."
Program for annual life membership luncheon of Pioneer Wom-
en Council of South Florida, slated for this Sunday, April 16, at
the Deauville Hotel is discussed by these leaders of the Wom-
en's Labor Zionist Organization of America. From left are Gi-
sella Gutter, council vice president; Bertha Liebmann, vice
president and council membership committee chairman; Ida
Chinsky, an officer of Masada chapter; and Etta Seiden, officer
of Aviva chapter.
Biblical fruit
for this Biblical season...
EVES?
Ever since Biblical times, figs have been the ideal fruit
for Passover And Blue Ribbon and Old Orchard Figs
are the finestplump, luscious, delectable These Figs
are tree-ripened and carefully picked at the peak of
their natural flavor and goodness Stewed or noshed
right from the package, they're the healthiest sweet your
family can eat Kosher I'Pesach. they're a must on your
Passover table
Blue Ribbon
and Old Orchard Figs.
KOSHr.RI-OeWVSSOVtk
noo'maw
ENJOY. ENJOY.
CeMilied By RabDi Dr J M Ralbag
Plump, juicy Sunsweet Prunes. Delicious for
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IQ
Pioneer Women Council ofS. Flo. Arab Statesman
To Hold Life Membership Luncheon To Speak Here
The annual life membership
luncheon of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida will be
held this Sunday, April 16 at
noon in the Deauville Hotel,
announced Bertha Liebmann,
vice president of the Pioneer
Women Council and both
membership and life membership
chairman of the organization.
Aviva chapter of Pioneer
Women will celebrate Passover at
its meeting Wednesday, April 19
at the civic auditorium of
Washington Federal Savings and
Laon Association. 633 NE 167
St., at 12:30 p.m.
Pearl Buda will discuss the
historical and current sig-
nificance of Passover and Dora
Cohen, corresponding secretary,
will discuss the work of Pioneer
Women and its sister
organization, Na'amat, in Israel.
A new slate of officers will be
presented by the nominating
committee, and nominations may
be made from the floor, an-
nounced Esther Weinstein, pub-
licity committee chairman.
Margot Amstel is president of
the chapter.
Dimona Beth chapter will hold
a quiz contest at its meeting
Wednesday, April 19, at 12:30
p.m. in the First Federal Savings
and Loan Association building.
18301 Biscayne Blvd., North
Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. S.
Aronson will serve as quiz-
masters, announced Ann Zuker-
man, president.
Sharon chapter will hold a card
party and luncheon to benefit the
child rescue work of the
organization in Israel Monday,
April 17 at noon in the civic room
of the 100 Lincoln Road Apart-
ments, Miami Beach. Manya
Breg is president and Dora Cohen
is chairman of the publicity
committee.
Ko'ach Group to Hear Orovitz,
Elect Officers at Tuesday Meeting
Norma Orovitz, columnist for
the Jewish Floridian, will address
the career-oriented Ko'ach group
of Miami Beach chapter of Had-
dassah Tuesday, April 18 at 8
p.m. in the Tavern of Jefferson
National Bank, Arthur Godfrey
Road, Miami Beach.
Her topic will be "Women's
Changing Role." Also, there will
be election of officers.
The proposed slate for 1978-79
is Mary on Glasser, president:
Sherry Osheroff, membership
vice-president; Sylvia Leven, fi-
nancial dues secretary; Selma F.
Resnick, fundraising vice-pres-
ident; Jackie Hechter, program
vice-president; Ruthe Muller,
education vice-president; Ann
Bakst, treasurer: Susan Silver,
assistant treasurer; Dorothy Co-
hen, recording secretary; and
Joyce Wind, corresponding sec-
Douglas Gardens
Women to Meet
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged (Douglas
Gardens) will hold its regular
monthly luncheon meeting at the
Shelborne Hotel, Starlight room.
Tuesday, April 18 at noon, an-
nounced Zelda Thau, president.
Frances Makovsky, program
chairman, has arranged to have
Dr. Sanford M. Shapero to speak
on the "Family Impact on All
Generations in National Geron-
tology."
Reservations must be made
early by calling Henny Jaffee,
Anne Tanenbaum, Ellen Franklin
or Rose Metzger.
retary.
Ruthe Muller, American Zion-
ist chairperson, and Sylvia Co-
hen, will conduct a panel discus-
sion on Middle East Update '78.
Maryon Glasser, president of Ko'
ach Group, announced that the
Passover holiday and Israel In-
dependence Day will be observed.
Ibrahim Sh'bat, a leading Arab
statesman, will address the con-
gregation at Temple Menorah's
late Friday night services April
14 at 8:15 p.m. His subject will
be "Bridging the Confrontation
Between Israel and the Arab
Lands."
A member of the Town Council
of Nazareth and an editor of the
Arab newspaper At Mirsad (On
Guard), Sh'bat has maintained
close ties with the Israeli Gov-
ernment during the Rabin and
Begin administrations. At pres-
ent, he is a producer on Israel te-
levision.
Questions will be allowed from
the congregation following the
religious service. Rabbi Abramo-
witz will act as moderator as well
as introduce the guest speaker.
Odd Job Fees to Go
For Scholarships
The youth department of Beth
Torah Congregation will hold a
"Mitzvah Day" Sunday, April
16, when the young people of
Beth Torah's USY will do odd
jobs for a fee that will go towards
scholarships for summer pro-
grams such as USY-on-Wheels,
Pilgrimage to Israel and Tour of
Europe.
The USYers are lining up jobs
such as cleaning windows, cars,
yard work, patios, garages, utili-
ty rooms and all other odd jobs.
If interested, call the youth direc-
tor, Harold Friedman, at the
synagogue business office.
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Your Rabbi Speaks
Words on Preaching and Teaching
b_ d \ nut at Beth Am. I have irivpn nn wr. : .i_- ^^
By RABBI
MITCHELL CHEFITZ
Associate Rabbi
Temple Beth Am
I recall once in a Northern con-
gregation, a Keform congregation
that leaned toward the tradition,
congregation with a kosher
| kirchen and a daily minyan,
preaching a sermon about the
joys of building a Sukkah. I in-
ted a lot in that sermon.
I spoke not only of the con-
struction and decoration of the
Sukkah and the continuing ex-
Iperience ol taking meals out of
I doors among the changing fall
Icolors The congregation seemed
I sincere in its appreciation of the
Isermon.
SHABBAT afternoons before
Ithe mincha service I would con-
Iduct a study group, generally on
la text with the commentaries of
iRashi and Ramban. but on that
|Shabbat I put the Tenach aside
and worked exclusively from
Wishnah Sukkah. The study
oup welcomed the deviation
from the norm, and we made
plans to study the appropriate
Uishnah before each of the fes-
tivals.
Sunday morning, I met with
|he ninth and tenth grades of the
Jigious school and spoke again
bout the joys of the Sukkot holi-
y 1 taught not only the hala-
hah. but also led a discussion on
lew ways the holiday might be
lebrated. It was a good session.
Two weeks later, some days af-
r Simchat Torah, I asked the
ngregation how many had
ected Sukkot. I inquired of the
udy group and the ninth and
nth grades. Everyone had en-
>yed the sermon and the study,
* no one had erected a Sukkah.
ot one.
A FEW years ago, at Temple
n Am, we began a Havurah
ogram. A Havurah is a group
f families that comes together to
plebrate, to study, to care for
Ten other as an extended family.
first year we had three Ha-
pot, the next year six, and this
par we count a dozen.
| 'n the three years I have been
chlakman Joins
|As General Mgr.
Charles (Chuck) Schlakman, a
[eteran of 20 years in the inter-
national resort field, has joined
untry Club A venture as gener-
1 manager.
Prior to joining A venture, he
P execut've vice president for
F* Freeport-Lucay a Promotion
poard; vice president with Conti-
nental Services Corp.; managing
nner for the King's Inn and
Mo" Club; and executive vice
president for the Fontainebleau
t> Miami Beach.
1 DURING HIS six years in the
r>"nas, Schlakman was elected
Ffaent of the Bahamas Hotel
ration for two terms; chair-
T" o', the Freeport Hotel Em-
Vm!^ Association; and was
lhZu TWlP'Kni of the Freeport
B?r,?f Commerce Distin-
Enrf uCltizen's Award and
Keel Year by the FreePrt
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at Beth Am, I have given no ser-
mons about the joys of building a
Sukkah. Our adult study pro-
gram is active, but I have stayed
with Rashi and Ramban, and my
incursions into the Mishnah have
been about ethical problems
rather than matters of ritual. My
teaching in the religious school
revolves around values clarifica-
tion and Jewish identity.
In each of the years of the Ha-
vurah program. I have had ques-
tions from the indivudual Havu-
rot concerning the construction
of Sukkot, but I have provided
them only with minimal answers
and suggestions that they learn
more by examining the various
source materials. I have not been
their teacher, only their guide in
directing them to the materials.
They study the sources them-
selves and teach each other.
MY ONLY active participation
in this process comes when I am
invited along with my family to
join with a Havurah in its cele-
bration of the festival, in a Suk-
kah which the Havurah has
erected at the home of one of the
member families.
I continue to preach and teach,
of course, but now I am aware
that I do so for selfish reasons.
Preaching and teaching compel
me to master difficult material I
would not be inclined to master
without such a discipline. I find
that I have not really mastered a
given subject until I can transmit
it toothers.
By preaching and teaching I
continue to grow, but I no longer
delude myself by thinking that as
I teach, others master the mater-
ial. The only way others can
achieve such mastery is by teach-
ing others and by experiencing it
for themselves.
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Passover
Enjoy pasteurized
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Slices, delicious Baby
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22nd Day
April
15th Day
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Only One Stop Shopping For Your Complete Grocery needs lor Passover from soup to nuts!
For your convenience and shopping pleasure
all Food Fair Kosher Meat and Poultry Departments
are now Kosher Le Pesach.
The management and employees extend
to you and your families best wishes for
a joyous and festive Pesach
Our Kosher Markets will be closed
Sunday, April 23rd and Friday, April 28th
in observance of Passover.
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
HARVEY MEYERS MORIE RUBIN


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Friday, April H,
1978
Community Corner
Proceeding with his pet project of providing low-cost hous-
ing for Miami Beach. Jack Taylor, project chairman of Rebecca
Towers North, a 200-unit building facing Rebecca Towers South,
is acting as coordinator between HUD and the Miami Beach
Housing Authority in personally guaranteeing interim financing
for the building's construction. Taylor also contributed funds to
build Rebecca Towers South. Dedication took place in March, at
which time tribute was paid to Taylor's mother. Mrs. Rebecca
Taylor.
Honorable Menschen Mention: Robert Moskowitz of Mi-
ami Beach and Philip Kaplan of Hollywood were honored at a
luncheon at Yeshiva University in New York for being named to
the director's list for scholarship excellence. Cherie Fox,
president of Cedars of Lebanon Health Care Center's Auxiliary,
has been named volunteer coordinator for the South Florida area
as part of the First National Medic Alert Week campaign, this
week. Mickey Gittelson will serve as the Auxiliary's medic alert
chairman. Harvey Rosenbaum, field representative of the
Miami-Rogers general agency of National Life Insurance Co. of
Vermont, has won membership in the 1978 President's Club as
one of the firm's outstanding agents nationwide. Gerald R. Fa-
lick also earned membership in the club and ranked 13th in its
Top 50 club. Staff Sgt. Edwin J. Uber, on of Mr. and Mre.
Alfred Uber of Miami Beach, has received special recognition at
Tyndall AFB, Fla., as outstanding information technician for
the Aerospace Defense Command. Students who won in the
Association of Jewish Special Education's Purim dress-up pa-
rade were Linda Rubin, Cindy Schwartz, Suzanne Schaber, Glo-
ria Sadowsky, Yeshaya Gerahberg and Seth Becker. Sponsoring
groups were the Murray Solomon Post 243, JWV and Sabra
group of Hadassah.
With a Hat in the Ring: Former police officer and law
school instructor Ernest Yocom has announced his candidacy
for Dade County Circuit Court in Group 15. Mike Simonhoff
is a candidate for the Florida Senate in District 40.
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Mrs. Larry Segall
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Esther Lynn Stahl was
married to Larry Marc Segall
last Sunday, April 9 with
Rabbi Sol Landau of-
ficiating.
Esther is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H.
Stahl of Miami and Larry is
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Segall of Tampa.
A reception was held at
the Dora! Beach Hotel.
The bride's sister, Dianne.
was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Jonina Sadoff.
Susan Fane and Debra
Dunkin.
The groom's brother,
Stephen, was best man.
Ushers were Larry
Kamenoff. Stephen Baylis.
Allen Wood and Joseph
Potts.
The bride received a
bachelor of arts degree in
education from the Uni-
versity of Florida (with high
honors) and is working on a
masters degree in speech
pathology at the University
of South Florida.
The groom received a
bachelor of arts in ac-
counting from Duke Uni-
versity, graduated magna
cum laude. He graduated
from the University of
Florida Law School with
honors and is practicing law
in Tampa.
The couple will reside in
Tampa
finqaq6m6nte
Philis Herskowitz
Herskowitz-
Philis Shapiro
Shapiro-Rosenzweig
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro
announce the engagement of
their daughter Philis to Alan
Rosenzweig. son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Rosenzweig of
Margate, N.J.
Miss Shapiro is a graduate
of Haddonfield High School
and Upsala College, both in
New Jersey. She majored in
psychology and art.
Mr. Rosenzweig is a grad-
uate of Atlantic City High
School and is attending
Stockton State College. He
also is employed as a sports
writer for The Press and
Sunday Press in New Jersey.
A September 17 wedding
is planned, the same day as
Philis' birthday.
Edelman
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Herskowitz of Miami an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Philis to
David Edelman. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Edelman of
Ormond Beach, Fla
Philis will graduate with
honors from the University
of Florida in June. Her major
study is economics. She will
attend Wake Forest Law
School in August.
David graduated last
month with a microbiology
degree from the University
of Florida. He will attend the
Bowman-Gray School of
Medicine (of Wake Forest!
beginning in August.
After a December 23
wedding, the couple will
reside in Winston-Salem.
N.C.
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The Sholom Lodge 1024 of
B'nai B'rith will hold its installa-
tion of officers dinner at the Gyp-
sy Pub Sunday, April 16.
The following officers will be
installed: David Taco, president;
Al Landskroner, first vice pres-
ident; Louis Ligite, second vice
president; Philip Spitzer, third
vice president; Al Zisman, trea-
surer; Andor Klein, recording
and corresponding secretary;
Rudy Cohn, Financial secretary;
Chester Leiter, guardian; An-
drew Tibor, chaplain; and
William Thompson, historian.
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Shopping Around|
with
[2o^vS^
3 celebrate Passover this
LaSon, spread your seder table
[jth your finest tablecloth.
Lming polished candlesticks
goblets. And for the
iditional communal meal, serve
nine-flavored pot roast.
I Help make the preparation of
|is main entree easy and keep it
bsher bv lining the roasting pan
tth Heavy Duty Reynolds
[rap With a foil lining, there's
\o the added benefit of no pan
wash, making cleanup a
eze.
| USE A second sheet of foil to
ap the roast for cooking, and
u'll ensure a juicy, tender.
Ivorful cut of beef. Season the
tat with salt, pepper and garlic
*der, pour red wine over top,
seal the foil edges. Then
ring the last half hour of
bking. pull back the foil
apping and surround the roast
^h small, parboiled onions and
fresh mushrooms. If
kired. you can thicken the pan
Ices with potato starch to make
|accompanying gravy.
The ingredients and
cedures are so simple, and in
t a few hours time, you'll have
rich aroma drifting from the
jchen to hasten your family to
kdinner table. S.T.
Passover Pot Roast
Heavy Duty Reynolds
Wrap
lb. beef rolled
rump roast
tsp. salt
tsp. garlic powder
| tsc pepper
3 cup Passover
dry red w ine
lb. small onions.
peeled and parboiled
12 lb. fresh mushrooms,
sliced
1 to 2 tbsp. potato
starch (optional)
Line a shallow roasting pan
with Heavy Duty Reynolds
Wrap; place second sheet of foil
large enough to permit adequate
wrapping of roast in pan. Season
roast and place on foil; pour wine
over top. Bring foil edges of
second sheet together and seal
with a double fold around roast,
forming an airtight package.
Bake in 300 degrees F. oven 3 to
312 hours, or until tender.
DURING last V, hour of
baking, turn down foil; surround
roast with vegetables, allowing
roast to brown on top. To serve,
remove roast from wrapping;
arrange with vegetables on
serving platter. Thicken juices in
lined pan on top of range with
potato starch, if desired.
Makes: 6 to 8 servings.
Brim Coffee For
Passover Seder
What could be nicer than
sitting around the table with
your Passover guests and en-
joying an after-dinner pot of
coffee? Serve Brim Decaffeinated
Coffee and everyone can drink to
their heart's content without the
worry of tossing half the night.
Ninety-seven percent caffein-
free. Brim brings you great
ground taste without all that
caffein. Regular grind, drip,
electric perk, and freeze-dried.
Brim is certified Kosher for Pass-
over in specially marked
packages So give your guests
Brim and a good night's
sleep. -S.T.
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Jewish Federation
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
PRESENTS THE FOLLOWING SLATE
OF OFFICERS FOR 1978-1979
RESIDENT: Mrs. Morion Weinberger (Gwen)
[ICE PRESIDENTS:
Campaign: Mrs. Norman Lipoff (Nancy)
Community Education: Mrs. Kenneth Schwartz
(Maxine)
Leadership Development: Mrs. Robert Orseck
|0RESPOND,NGAND '""""
RECORDING SECRETARY: Mrs. Adolph Berger
inuiki.-r... (Helena)
PMINATING COMMITTEE
iucn/.lRMAN: Mrs. Samuel Adler(Bunny)
"MEDIATE PAST
PRESIDENT: Mrs. Sol Goldstein (Goldie)
|fhseJled bV,he Nominating Committee in accordance
teli i By*Laws of the Women's Division of the
C17 Jewish Federation, Article IX, Sections
Sfionj
IJJjJJj nominations may be made only by petition
5 n ,een 05) or more signatures of voting mem-
ined ded consent of the nominee has been ob-
iair '" aa"vance. These petitions must reach the
nrtewi tne Nomlna*infl Committee not later than
en W) days after the slate has been published.
G*J21no '"rther nominations, the slate as pub-
iil ,a?nal be considered elected and the new slate
,,akeofliceMay1.
Omens division nominating committee
Temple to Hold
Annual Meeting
Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
ami will hold its 56th annual con-
gregational meeting at 4 p.m.
Sunday, April 16.
Organized in 1922 as an ott-
shoot of Temple Beth David, the
first synagogue in the Greater
Miami area. Temple Israel today
is the largest synagogue of any
denomination in the Southeast
United States with more than
1,800 families, a new branch of
220 families in the Kendall area, a
nursery school, and more than
700 children from kindergarten
through 12th grade in the Reli-
gious School." stated Jack Schil-
linger, president.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, who
has been spiritual leader of the
congregation for the past 28
years, will report on the state of
the congregation at the meeting.
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Hundreds of thousands of OU
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Alma Hofstadter
Two Miami Women Elected to B'nai
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H'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Regional Advisory Board, as
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Sunday, April 16
"Jewish Worship Hour"
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Sunday, April 16
"Still Small Voice"
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Friday, April U, |
Bar Mitzvahs
SCX)TT ELLIOT COHN
Scott Elliot Cohn. 9on of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter H. Cohn of Bay
Harbor, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah this Saturday. April 15
at 8:45 a.m. in the main sanc-
tuary of Temple Ner Tamid.
Scott is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner
Tamid religious school. He is a
reporter for the school newspaper
and enjoys sports.
A kiddush will follow the
services.
OSCAR DI VEROLI
Oscar DiVeroli. son of Mrs.
Bluma DiVeroli, celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah April 8 at Temple
Emanu-El.
Oscar is in the seventh grade at
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
BENYUNES
MILLER
the Lehrman Day School. He
likes to read and he enjoys
sports.
Mrs. Bluma DiVeroli hosted a
kiddush following services in
honor of Oscar's Bar Mitzvah.
Special guests included grand-
parents Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Naturman of Miami Beach: and
brother Michael, age 15, a
graduate of the Lehrman Day
School.
MERYL BENYUNES
Meryl Debra Benyunes.
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Abraham Benyunes. will be
called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah on Shabat Hagadol.
April 15 at 9 a.m. at Temple
Samuel.
The celebrant is a student at
Palmetto Junior High School and
the Hebraica High School at
Beth David Congregation.
An accomplished flutist, she
played in Palmettos Lancer
Band and is in the gifted
program. She was graduated
from the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy elementary division
and she completed the eighth
grade in Hebrew studies.
Meryl will chant the entire
Torah and Haftorah portions as
well as Shabat morning liturgy,
assisted chorally.
STEPHEN JAY MILLER
Stephen Jay. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Miller, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Judea of Coral Gables this
Saturday, April 15 at 11:15 a.m.
Stephen is a seventh grade
honor student at Glades Junior
High School. A graduate of
Temple Judea's Hebrew School,
he plans to continue his religious
education through confirmation.
Steve was president of the
Student Council in the sixth
grade and received the D.A.R.
award.
Special guests will include
grandparents, Harry Pearl and
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Miller and
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller will host a
reception and dinner in honor of
the occasion.
Sun-Maid
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This torte tastes delicious with
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1: cups sugar
8 eggs, separated
juice and grated rinds
of a lemon and
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1 1 3 cups matzo meal
2 tbsp. unsweetened cocoa
U tsp. ground cloves
14 tsp. ground allspice
1: cup chopped walnuts
or pecans
1 apple, grated
2 cups Sun-Maid raisins
Beat egg yolks with sugar. Stir
in lemon and orange juice and
grated rinds. Sift dry' ingredients
into the batter; mix well. Stir in
raisins, nuts, and apple. Fold in
stiffly beaten egg whites. Bake in
an ungreased 9-inch spring form,
lined with wax paper, at 350
degrees for about 1' 4 hours. Test
with finger for denting. If no
dent, cake is done. Makes 14
treats.
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Retarded Woman-Child
Overcomes God's Little Mistake
Continued from Page 1-B
nvone her behavior was of an
-nacceptable violent nature. She
fad to be subdued, gently re-
trained.
[Townsend explains in intense
Ihoked terms that to go ahead
*ith the interview would provide
lobvn with "positive reinforce-
fcent" for her anti-social behav-
br. In spite of the fact that Sun-
fcnd, now searching for its eighth
trector. could use any good pub-
[city it could get, in spite of the
Usire to encourage Robyn's reli-
jjous activities, Townsend was
trestling with what in the
Lib run would be best for his
lent
I am embarrassed that he even
els the need to explain his re-
bsal to me.
[THAT NIGHT. 1 speak to
iickey Spear about our aborted
Etempt to publicize Robyn's
thievement. 1 receive his per-
mission to use all the information
[gather Bven the unpleasant
\i unflattering. He hopes to de-
xnstrate that, although their
lualion is not ideal, other par-
Its may gain an appreciation of
hat possibilities exist for the re-
Irded
I The Spears did not know that
leir child was different in her in-
ncy. The firstborn of three
^ughters. Robyn's learning
oblems became apparent at age
I'Towards the end of kinder-
Inen." Mickey Spear recalls.
he teacher said Robyn was not
Jle to learn." The most frustrat-
problem, initially, was that
10 different doctors gave 10 dif-
ent answers' to their ques-
ts. The Spears would go to
ep hoping that "the following
brning Robyn would be nor-
IT WAS not to be. The confir-
ktion came finally at New
|rk's Maimonides Hospital
len Robyn was a teen-ager. Al-
pugh Betty Lee Spear was in
early 20s when Robyn was
n, it was determined that
pre had been brain damage at
ith
o. the Spears have learned to
[grateful that Robyn can read
oic and tentatively play the
no, type if just a little, even
Jugh she cannot concentrate
g enough to be tested.
[We squeeze the most out of
[good things.'' says her father.
pre are frequent flare-ups, like
one that day over a bank
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book. "We forgive her and wait
for the next flare-up."
OUR NEXT appointment is
arranged for the following Tues-
day. The day is wet, nasty and
unseasonably cold. I have mis-
givings that this trip, too, may
come to naught.
Mickey Spear and I drive to
Rose Cottage on Sunland's cam-
pus, where Robyn lives. The
stucco bungalow contains two
dormers, dark but neat, a large
airy living room, a college-type
community bathroom, an unused
kitchen and a control room for at-
tendants and house parents.
Robyn comes to greet us im-
mediately, suitcase in hand. I am
startled by her appearance. I ex-
pect a young woman near my
own age and build. I am intro-
duced, instead, to a slight, little
girl-woman dressed in an orange
and white polyester dress covered
with a tattered, hand-knitted
poncho.
She is wearing little girl ank-
lets and loafers. Her light brown
hair coils softly and flatly against
her scalp. She speaks with a slur,
a slight speech impediment. She
wants to go home. Her father ex-
plains that she will go home the
week prior to her Hat Mitzvah.
PRIOR TO our formal inter-
view, we seek out Rusty Town-
send to answer some specific
questions. Townsend prepares a
release for Robyn to sign. He ex-
plains to her that she is agreeing
to a newspaper interview by talk-
ing to me. If there is anything
said that she does not want in
print, she is to say so. Townsend
has us all sign the agreement "to
protect Robyn's interest."
Townsend prefers n' "talk
in mental ages" or I.Q. numbers.
"For someone who doesn't un-
derstand mental retardation, fig-
ures are deceiving." he explains.
Robyn is developmentally dis-
abled within "the mild range of
retardation." Academically, she
functions on a grade school
level."
Again. Townsend prefers not
to be too specific. Her social be-
havior, her adaptive behavior
have "progressed immensely."
but there are still self-help and
self-care skills which Robyn must
master. Townsend refers to the
poncho for which Robyn has a
"fixation." Explanation of Ro-
byn's piecework in Sunshine Cor-
ner (she makes greeting cards
which are sold to the public) and
her savings causes another up-
setting discussion of her savings
account. She wants her money.
AFTER SIGNING multiple
releases, Robyn, Mickey and I
drive to Congregation B'nai Ra-
phael for a Bat Mitzvah lesson
with Cantor Jack Lerner.
Cantor Lerner, since the tem-
ple released Rabbi Victor /.wel-
ling from the pulpit, has been
both chazzan and rabbi to the
congregation. He also privately
tutors learning-disabled young-
sters for Bar and Bat Mitzvah.
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Robyn has been his first mentally
retarded student. He discounts
any unusual credit.
"I am just doing what anyone
else would do. And Robyn is do-
ing a portion of what any other
girl would do on a Friday night in
a lot less quantity."
He instructs Robyn to begin
reading "nice n' slow n' clear."
WITH FINGERS fidgeting in
a continual rolling motion, legs
crossed ladylike at the knee, lace
cap pinned to her hair. Robyn
Spear reads from a translitera-
tion of her haftorah portion
iShabbat Hagodoll. She then
reads the translation and turns to
her father the cue for his
prayer.
The cantor commends Robyn
on her recitation, and we all talk
of the upcoming momentous oc-
casion.
I ask what the ceremony will
mean to Robyn. She replies, "It
will show I'm a lady. That's the
main thing. To act like a lady, not
to cry like a baby anymore."
We talk about God. Robyn
Bays, "We pray to God one
God God knows everything
we do I don't know if God
will be proud."
WE ARE driving back to Sun-
land. I begin to wonder if Robyn
realizes that she is retarded. With
her father's permission, I ask.
She does not like the word re-
tarded and tells me she is. in-
stead, exceptional. "Retarded
means you can't tell right or any-
thing," Robyn explains.
In spite of Robyn's awareness
and Townsend's encouraging
progress report, Mickey Spear
notes that his daughter's slurred
speech and occasional seizures
only began nine years ago. Her
imitative behavior suggests re-
gression, he thinks.
I hesitantly ask what will hap-
pen to Robyn in the years to
come as her parents age. Without
mincing words, Mickey says that
concern is why she is at Sunland
now. "The one fear in the mind of
anyone who has this kind of child
is that no one is to consider tak-
ing her into their home." The
mixture of love, fear and pain is
overwhelming.
IT IS Friday evening, Apr. 7.
B'nai Raphael's services this
night are well attended As Ro-
byn comes to the podium, the
congregation is unnaturally still.
Robyn, her flat curls coaxed
into a stylish afro, reads her por-
tion and her prayer. Mickey and
Betty Lee Spear thank God for
bringing them to this joyous sea-
son. Pride, determination and
love swell the small sanctuary.
There are tears, discreet dabs of a
handkerchief.
Robyn may, in fact, be one of
God's little mistakes. But He was
there Friday night to help rectify
His mistake in some small way
with His love. It shone through
in His small woman-child, Robyn
Susan Spear.
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and Jose of Miami; daughters Pearl
Oberlender and Lucy Jol, both of Miami
Beach; Jean Drucker, Brooklyn. NY.
and Ellsa Echeverrta, Cuba; brother,
Luis of Miami Beach; slaters. Ida
Epstein, New Haven. Conn., Rifka
Horowltr, L.I.. NY., 16 grandchildren,
greatgrandchildren. He was a member
of the Cuban-Hebrew Congregation.
Funeral services held at Riverside with
Interment at Mt. Slnal.
COLE, Goldle. 70. on Match 24. River
side. Interment Mt. Nebo.
HEIMAN, Adolph, 81, on March 24.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
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ment Mt. Nebo.
GOLDSTEIN, Jean. 68, on March 27.
Interment Mt. Nebo.
SAPERSTEIN, Al. 67, on March 27
Interment Mt. Nebo.
ALTMAN. Lottie. 78, on March 28.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
AMATEAU. Dr. Morris, 87, on April 1
Levitt. Interment Mt. Slnal.
HI.UM. Irving M.
GOLDMAN. Bertha. 66, on April 1
Riverside. Interment Star of David.
REISER. Jacob. 77. of North Miami.
Riverside. Interment Lakeside.
DRUCKER. David, 76. of Miami Beach.
on April 2. Riverside.
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HIRSCH, Samuel, of Miami Beach
KOMITO. Jack. 74. of Bay Harbor, on
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PENSAK. Dr. Max. 88. of Miami, on
April 2. Riverside. Interment
Lakeside.
SCHWARTZ. Helen Daum. of. Bay
Harbor Island, on April 2. Gordon.
Interment Mt. Nebo.
KANOSKY, Morris. 71. of North Miami
Beach. Riverside. Interment
Lakeside.
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ami Beach un March 17. Levitt.
SIMON. Florence. 74. on March 15.
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devoted sons, Jerome W., Miami. David
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llami Beach. Gordon.
U.TZER, Ruth. 61. of North Miami
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Friday. April 14
Legal Notices
NOTIC6 OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Civil Action No 7*3359 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The Marriage of
MYRIAM M. SARDON
Petltloner-Wlfe
-VB-
JOSE E. SARDON
Respondent-Husband
TO: JOSE E. SARDON
CALLE JORGE
SAENZ No. 1174
(MIRAFLORESl
LA. PAZ, BOLIVIA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage, where
the Petitioner Is asking Title to:
Lot 4. Block 5. GREEN-
GLADE VILLAS, according
to the Plat thereof, as
recorded In Plat Book 97. at
Page 30 of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, If any.
to It on LOUIS R. BELLER,
ESQ. Attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 420 Lincoln
Road. Suite 238, Miami Beach,
Florida 33139. and file the
original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before
April 28, 1978; otherwise a
Default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In the JEWISH
FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida on thla 16 day of March.
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. Cope land
As Deputy Clerk
March 24. 31; April 7, 14,19*8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the fic-
titious name ALEXANDER
FURNITURE EXCHANGE at
3012 NW 27th Avenue, Miami,
Florida Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MURRAY SPECTOR,
a/b/aALEXANDER
FURNITURE EXCHANGE
Harold A. Turtletaub, Esq.
Attorney for
Murray Spector
March 31; April 7,14. 21,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name ROOFING BY
PAN AMERICAN at 275 SW th
Street, Miami, Florida Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
DON LUNETA
MICHAEL P. CHASE. PA.
Attorney for
Don Luneta, d / b / a
Roofing by Pan American
April 14. 21,28: May 5,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the fic-
titious names CAROLYN F.
GROSSMAN A ROBERT D.
GROSSMAN A AIRPORT MINI
STORAGE ASSOCIATES. A
FLORIDA LIMITED PART
NERSHIP D/B/A AIRPORT
MINI STORAGE intend to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
CAROLYN F. GROSSMAN
ROBERT D GROSSMAN
April 14. 21, 28; May 5,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious names CAROLYN F.
GROSSMAN A ROBERT D.
GROSSMAN D/B/A AIRPORT
MINI STORAGE ASSOCIATES
A FLORIDA LIMITED PAR-
TNERSHIP Intend to register
said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CAROLYN F. GROSSMAN
ROBERT D GROSSMAN
April 14. 21. 28; May 5.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7M44*. FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE: The Marriage of
CONSUELO ALE MAN.
Petitioner
and
MANUEL ALEMAN.
Respondent
TO: MANUEL ALEMAN
at last known
residence A
mailing addreas:
Call 14 No. 169
Vedsulo, Havana. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
HARVEY D. FRIEDMAN, attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is 420 Lincoln Road. Suite
392. Miami Beach, Fla.. and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 10, 1978; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petit Ion.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 5th day of April,
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByC.T. Knutson
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
April 14. 21, 28; May 5,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
cn^HK*' In business under the
fictitious name of FUNK BOX
MUSIC at 880 NE 71 Street.
Miami. Fla. 33138 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
Carlos Ollva. President
March 31. April 7. 14.21.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the fic-
titious names The Jewish Times,
The Jewish Weekly, The Jewish
News Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Shochet Publications
April 14, 21,28; May 6,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name ROADSIDE RE-
PAIR SERVICE at 950 NW 199th
Street, Miami, Florida 33169
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JEFF WEATHERFORD
950 NW 19Bth Street
Miami. Florida 33169
MICHAEL A. LIPSKY, PA.
Attorney for Roadside
Repair Service
28 West Flagler Street
Suite 550
Miami. Florida 33130
374-7750
April 14. 21.28; May 6,1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.7s-4Ml FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MELODY IZETTA, wife,
and
GIACOMO IZETTA. husband.
TO: GIACOMO IZETTA
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
ARTHUR H. LIPSON, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
9626 Bird Road, Miami, Florida
33165, and rile the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 19, 1978;
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 10 day of April.
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By G.S. Carile
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
April 14. 21, 28; May 5,1978
BID NOTICE
JVS Nutritional Project
920 Alton Road
Miami Beach, Fl. 33139
Project Sponsor:
Jewish Vocational Service
1. Furnish and deliver 1.300 to
1,500 hot Kosher meals In bulk to
six or seven Miami Beach loca-
tions and one location in North
Miami Beach, 5 days per week.
Quantities vary from 80 350
meals by location.
2. Please call 673-5106 for
specifications for bid.
BID DATE: Sealed bids are to
be received at the office of the
Project by 10 A.M.. May 5, 1978,
tnd opened on this date. Any and
all bids shall be submitted to the
HRS Office of Aging and Adult
Services for approval.
Naomi Benson
Project Director
April 14. 21,1978
INTHE CIRCUIT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77 1191
Divisions:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
IRVING GOLDSTEIN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the estate of IRVING GOLD-
STEIN, deceased. File Number
77-1891, is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address of
wmcn is 73 West Klagler street
Miami. Florida. The personal
representative of the estate Is
JACK J. GOLDSTEIN, whose
address Is 210 South Shore Drive.
Miami Beach. Florida. The
name and address of the per-
sonal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and
must Indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at
torney. and the amount claimed.
If the claim Is not yet due, the
date when It will become due
shall be stated. If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim is secured,
the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges
the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication ol
thla Notice of Administration
April 14,1978.
JACK J. GOLDSTEIN
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
IRVING GOLDSTEIN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
JOSEPH W. MALEK
350 Lincoln Road,
Suite 501
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: 538-4431
April 14. 21.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Probate No. 78-2S4I
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ESTHER RHODES
COSTELLO. Deceased
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration of
the estate of ESTHER RHODES
COSTELLO. deceased, File
Number 78-2642 Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Florida
33130. The Personal Rep-
resentative of the estate Is BER-
NICE J SIEKERMAN. whose
address Is 3777 NW 78th Avenue,
Apt. 48C, Hollywood, Florida
33024. The name and address of
the Personal Representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each
claim must be in writing and
must indicate the basis tor the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount claimed
If the claim Is not yet due, the
date when It will become due
shall be stated. If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges
the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
this NoUce of Administration:
April 14,1978.
BERNICE J. SIEKERMAN
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ESTHER RHODES
COSTELLO, Deceased
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
McCormick. Bedford A
Backmeyer
111 SW 3rd Street,
Penthouse
Miami. Florida 33130
13061368-8600
By: JAMES A. MOLANS
April 14, 21,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, MrtJlB
eneaee In business under the nc-
mfcus 'name IDEAS IN ADVER-
TISING intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
F,0rtFAUSPINOC.BATAN
April 14. 21.28; May5.1978
------------NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the flc-
UUous name LP Hughes A As-
sociates at 1000 N Miami Ave
Miami. Fla. 33136 Intends to
register said name with tne
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
Louis P Graner.
Owner President
April 14. 21. 28; May5. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
llctltlous name TIL-MAR EN-
TERPRISES at 9126 SW 77th
Avenue. 303A. Miami. Florida
33156 intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dads County.
Florida
MATILDE PONS
MARTIN PONS
April 14. 21.28; May 5.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 78 7369 CP 02
IN RE: ESTATE (iK
ISIDORE MUNCHICK
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the estate of ISIDORE MUN
CHICK, deceased, late of Dade
County, Florida. File Number 78-
2369. Is pending In the Circuit
Court In and for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 3rd Floor.
Dade County Courthouse, 73
West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33130. The personal rep-
resentatives of this estate are
EDWARD MUNCHICK and
JOSEPH MUNCHICK. whose
address Is c o M JAY BEN
NETT, ESQ. 1100 Kane Con-
course, Suite 201. Bay Harbor
Islands, Fla. The name and
address of the attorney for the
personal representative are set
forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or de-
mand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and
must Indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount claimed
If the claim Is not yet due. the
date shall be stated. If the claim
is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk of the above styled
court to enable the clerk to mall
one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will,
the qualifications of the personal
representatives, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FII.ED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami, Florida on
this Uth day of April, 1978.
Joseph Mum-hick
Edward Munchlck
As Personal Representatives
of the Estate of
ISIDORE MUNCHICK
Deceased
First publication of this notice
of administration on the 14th day
of April. 1978.
M. Jay Bennett, Esquire
Of Law Offices of
1100 Kane Concourse, No.201
Bay Harbor Islands,
Florida 33164
By: M. Jay Bennett
Telephone 865-9831
Attorney for
Personal Representatives
April 14, 21.1978
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 7A-474S FC
"OT'CE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
HERN AN HERNANDEZ.
Husband Petitioner,
vs.
FLAVIA CASTRO
HERNANDEZ.
Wife Respondent.
TO: FLAVIA CASTRO
HERNANDEZ
Address and Residency
Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that A Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage has
been filed, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Husband's
Attorney. DONALD F FROST.
ESQ.. 26 SW 6th Street. Miami.
Florida. 33130, and file the
original with the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 19 day of May. 1978, or
the allegations will be taken as
confessed against you. and a
Default will be entered.
DATED at Miami. Dade
County, Florida, this 12 day of
April. 1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Circuit Court Clerk
By: G.S. Carile
As Deputy Clerk
April 14, 21. 28; May 5,1978
CIRCUIT COURT,
UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 77-414*3
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE. The Marriage of
KAMA PIERRE.
Husband,
vs.
RENIA PIERRE,
Wife
You RENIA PIERRE. 2J Rue
Montalalt 25. Port Au Prince,
Haiti, are hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Answer to
the Dissolution of Marriage filed
against you, upon Husband's
attorney. GEORGE NICHOLAS.
ESQ 612 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33136. and file
original with Clerk of Court on or
before May 19, 1978; otherwise
the Petition will be confessed by
you.
Dated this 12 day of April, 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
CLERK
By: DeborahG Hess
Deputy Clerk
April 14. 21,28; May 5.1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7 6-4499 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Marriage of
NATHAN REICH MAN
Petitioner
and
DORIS 1.0UISE REICHMAN
Respondent
TO: DORIS LOUISE
REICHMAN
64 Zionism Avenue
Haifa. Israel
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
HAROLD TURK, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 420
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 19th, 1978: otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 11 day of April,
1978
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HAROLD TURK
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 38139
Attorney for Petitioner
April 14. 21.28; May 5.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 7 472 FC
NOTICE TO APPEAR
BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
MARIE HELENE MENEIDE
Wife
and
LOUIS MARC MENEIDE
TO: LOUIS MARC
MENEIDE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY required
to serve a copy of your answer to
the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage herein on the
Petitioner's Attorney: MURRAY
Z. KLEIN, Suite 800. Seybold
Building, 36 NE First Street.
Miami. Florida 38132. and file the
original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
19 day of May, 1978, or said cause
will be taken aa confessed by
you.
DATED this day April 11. 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clerk of the
County Court
N. A. Hewett
Deputy Clerk
April 14. 21,28: May 5,1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-4723
NOTICE TO APPEAR
BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
EVELYNEPOI.1CARD.
and
CARISBERTPOUCARn
Husband AR0
TO:C,ARiSHf:RTp0UCARn
vfs2Sw Lnl">own I
YOU ARE HEREBY .
toserveacopvofyiur * the Petition 'for u,5nfM'
Marriage herein UtWt
P'tUlonEr-.Attorn.y-MtR.S
Z. KLEIN. Suit. iMOaSaSl
Building. 36 ne Zl*
Miami. Florida 33132. Sjjftl
original in the office ofe
>"ass;
19DATEDthi, 11 dayofAwj
RICHARI.p BRINKER
Clerk of the
Circuit Court
N A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
Apr" 14 21.28. May!;!,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOT
THEELEVENTHJUOIC,
C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA
ANDFOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 71-4725
NOTICE T0APPEAR
BY PUBLICATION
1N RE .lgeof
RENE PP.
Husband
and
YVKTTKi KHKELOnS
Wlf(
TO YVETTKI'lERRE-
LOt IS
Ran known
IfOI VRI i-'KKKHYrequrJ
' your install
the Petition for DIssoIuom tf I
M.image herein on the ft1
lltioner's Attorney MI'RP.ati
Kl KIN
Ing. 38 NE 1st Street, lust
Florida 33132 and file ftl
original in the office of theCkrl I
of the Circuit Court on or betoi I
19 day of May. 1978.or laid tsal
will be taken as confetttdbfl
you
DATED THIS 11 day of AprJ
1978
RICHARDP BRINKER
Clerk of the
County Court
N A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
April 14 21. 28: MavJ ml
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Religious Directory
MIAMI
.uavAT SHALOM CONGRETATION.
5SW67lhAve. Orthodox.
kNSHE EMES CONGREGATION 2533
Svvmh Ave Conservative.
BREIRA CONGREGATION.
10755 SW "2th St. Liberal. Rabbi
Barry Tabachnikoff. (3-A)
TEMPLE BETH AM*
5tS0N.Kendall Drive
"Baumg^rd
South Miami-*7-S57 Senjor Rabl>.
Mitchell Chetiti, Associate Rabbi
Rabbi Baumgard
BAFTY Youth Service
Featuring Youth Group
Participants
ahirday Morning Member
TorahServiCfr*:1S.H:ISa.m. UAHC
BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
I Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson. (4 A)
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW 120th
fst Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson. (4-B)
BETH KODESH1
dtm Traditional IM-4334
Jim sw nth Ave.
pabbi Ma Shapiro-Cantor Leon Segal
Daily Mlnyon lor Yahrxtltan
Daily 7:4$ a.m.,* p.m.
Sunday lam
Saturday Services l:4S.m.
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
"The Great Sabbath"
Annual Banquet May 7
JJETH TOV TEMPLE. 4438 SW 8th St
[Conservative Rabbi Charles Rubel
III)
JNAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
IMIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 7600
|sw 123rd Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
IGlixman (8 A)
I'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION
[1401 NW 183rd St Conservative
iRabbi Victor D Zwelling Cantor
LackLerner (361
lEMPlE ISRAEL OF I
IREATER MIAMI South Florida's
BtNEltth St. Miami Pioneer Reform
mno Synagogue
Dr. Joseph Narot, Sr. Rabbi
Services Every Friday at I p.m.
Dr. Narot will discuss:
"How Free Are
We, Really?"
RAEL TEMPLE KENDALL. 9990 N
JJenaall Drive Rabbis Joseph Narot.
Brett Goldstein
|RAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
Conservative Rabbi Solomon
Valflentjerg Cantor Hyman Lifshin
! OLOM TEMPLE 8755 SW 16th St
Conservative Cantor P. Millet
Brummer (131
ftMU EL TEMPLE. 8900 SW 107th
h"!.:-recona F|oor Conservative
Kaooi EOwm p Farber. (9)
tN*G^E OF~KENDALE LAKES
Piabad 146 Kendale Lakes Blvd.
W'artii 33183 Orthodox Rabbi Eliezer
EMPLE ZIQN-
, 1000 Miller Road
tonservalive 271-2311
P> Norman N Shapiro, Rabbi
BMttr Ben Dickson
pern Honor Educational Director
JronSmolensky.Musical Director
Cie S|monholl Early Childhood Dir.
parl Sagona-Coordinator
Friday Service-1:15p.m.
or Norman N. Shapiro
i, ,., will officiate.
I auit Forum: Dr. Henry Manne,
9uest speaker,
Wi "The Nature of the University"
Saturday Service-? a.m.
Dr. Shapiro will speak on
Jhesedrahoftheweek
|,NNCB MIAMI LAKES
KSn MmFIZ1 r. CONGREGATION.
Beer! 58 Rabbi Bernard A.
|"er. Conservative.
u HIALEAH
K Av. rJAC0B TEPl-E. 951 E.
Iithanw fiff!>TV*?!V- "abbi Dr.
|manH Zwitman(i5)
, NORTH MIAMI
rWNEHUtt1! CONGREGATION.
Kbi ill! St Conservative. Rabbi
jSeoh P^ Gorfinkle. Cantor Moshe
|7)"~ox Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever.
Iv.Cantnr ,Shr"ryahu T. Swir
W **** Maurice Mamches. (19)
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
Itaaiii Conservative
I^Jit' j"*m#Hli :* p.m.
tSt*XPl Man4akm:
^f^'wotthe.reek
^jwv Service, in the CNapel
: EvwinniltM
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM*
Chase Avenue at 41st St.
Dr. Leon Kronish Sla-7211 Liberal
Cantor David Convlser
Friday Services I: IS
Organ Prelude 7:45
Rabbi Harry Jolt will speak on:
"Agony and Ecstasy"
(A New Look at
The Holocaust)
Sabbath Services-10:4Sa.m.
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18)51 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick. (38)
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION. 843 Meridian Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. (22 A)
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION. 935
Euclid Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Israel
M. Trooper. Cantor Henry Fuchs.
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. (22 A)
CHABAD HOUSE 1401 Alton Rd
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph Biston. (66)
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1700 Michigan Ave. Orthodox Rabbi
Dow Rozencwaig. (23)
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
CONGREGATION. 715 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Meir Masliah
Melamed (23 A)
TEMPLE EMANUEL-
1701 Washington Avenue
5M-2503
Conservative
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Cantor Zvi Adler
Late Friday Services -1:10 p.m.
Rabbi Lehrman
will preach on:
"Are You Prepared
For Passover? "
Saturday Morning Service 9 a.m.
The Rabbi will preach
on the weekly Torah Portion
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION 1544
Washington Ave Orthodox (32)
GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE.
Collins Avenue Conservative
5445
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Or Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S
Gross (251
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SY
NAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Dr Tibor H Stern Cantor
Meyer Engel (26
KING SOLOMON TEMPLE 1031 Lin
coin Rd Modern Conservative Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Nathan Parnass
KNESETH ISRAEL 1475 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seit (27)
LUBAVITCH CONGREGATION 1120
Collins Ave Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Korf (67)
TEMPLE MENORAH
620- 7 Jth Street Conservative
86*0221
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Cantor Nico Feldman
Daily Minyan:
Weekdays.7:45a m 5:20p.m.
Sunday 8 30 a m 4:30 p.m.
Friday Evening Services-8:l5p.m.
Saturday morning -9 a.m.
Rabbi Abramowitz will preach
NER TAMID TEMPLE 80th St and
Tatum Waterway Conservative Dr
Eugene Labovitz Cantor Edwara
Klein (29)
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7800 Hispanola Ave.
Conservative Rabbi Marvin Rose
Cantor Murray Yavneh. (32 A)
OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas A.
Weberman Cantor Sydney w
Feinsmith. (80)
OHR HACHAIM CONGREGATION. 317
47 St. Rabbi Tsvi G. Schur. Orthodox.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Sadl
_ Nahmias. (31)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman. Cantor lan
Alpern.(33)
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center iraa
NE 3rd Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jacob I.
Nislick (33 A)
AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER.
Aventura Blvd., North Miami Beach
Conservative Rabbi Seymour Fried
man.
BETH TORAH-
CONGREGATION
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
?47-75M
Conservative
Dr. Max A. Llpschiti, Rabbi
Cantor David Bagley
Late Friday Services p.m.
Saturday Services :30 a.m.
Daily Chapel Services
7:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m.
Sunday! a.m., S:10pm.
B'NAI ZION TEMPLE. 200 J'h St
Conservative Rabbi Dr Abraham I.
Jacobson (23 B)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER, 571
NE 171t St. Rebtol Nesim Gambach.
Cantor ArleOvadla.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIA
, Ml. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox Rabbi
, Zev Left. (39)
CORAL GABLES
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
TER, COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA
GOGUE. University of Miami. 1100
Miller Drive. Rabbi Robert A. Seigel,
Asst. Dir. Morton Aroll.
JUDEA TEMPLE. 5500Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B Eisenstat.
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Dr Akiva
Brilliant. Cantor Louis Hershman.
(41)
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. (50)
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 183
NE 8th St. Conservative Rabbi Sher
man Kirshner (51)
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Landman. (47 B)
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Assistant Rabbi Jonathan won (45)
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE 4601
Arthur St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. (46)
SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnson St. Con
servative Rabbi Paul M. Katz. Rabbi
Emeritus David Shapiro. (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.,
Hollywood, Fla 33021. Rabbi Robert
P. Frazin Cantor Bruce Malin. (C 47)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Liberal Re
form. Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr. (64)
RECONSTRUCTIONS SYNA
GOGUE 7473NW4thSt (69)
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Kester (48)
DEERFIELDBEACH
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. Century
Village East. Conservative Rabbi
David Berent President Joseph Lovy.
MARGATE
BETH HILLEL CONGREGATION. 7640
Margate Blvd. Conservative. Cantor
Charles Perlman.
SHOLOM TEMPLE 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative Rabbi Morris A Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. (49)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLY
WOOD, 3291 Sterling Rd. Orthodox
Rabbi Moshe E Bomzer.
CORALSPRINGS
TEMPLE BETH ORR, 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform. Rabbi Leonard Zoll.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
416 NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Dr.
Carl Klein, Ph.D., D.D., Rabbi. (12)
PEMBROKE PINES
BETH EMET TEMPLE. 200
Douglas Rd. Liberal Reform
Goldstein,ed. dir.
NW
David
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9139 Taft
Street. Conservative Rabbi Bernard
P.Shoter.
FORT LAUDERDALE
?BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Conservative.
Rabbi Philip A. Labowitz. Cantor
MauriceNeu. (42)
EMANU EL TEMPLE. 3245 W Oak
land Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Joel
S. Goor. Cantor Jerome Klement. (43)
OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL TEMPLE.
4351 W. Oakland Park Blvd. Orthodox.
Rabbi Saul D. Herman.
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9106
NW 57th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman. (44 A)
Member of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. 33137.
576 4000 Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Execu-
tive Vice President.
UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW
CONGREGATIONS
119 E Flagler St., Miami, Fla. 33131.
379 4553. Rabbi Lewis E. Bogage,
Director, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
UNITEDSYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
1110 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach,
Fla. 33162. 947-6094. Rabbi Seymour
Friedman, Executive Director.
CANDLELIGHTING
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6:25
7 NISAN-5738
Civic leader Alan Rosenthal (right) and Ambassador Uri Ben
Ari open the Israeli Jubilee on Ben Yehuda Street on Miami
Beach. A t far left is Morris Futernick.
HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
OF YOU FROM ALL OF US AT
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Under Supervision of:
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PALM BEACH: 842-2889
KG.
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a&ults $22.50 each night
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UndcR stRict supervision of
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Shipment ordered by telex to overseas warehouses. 2.5
bales arrived in New York. Excess refused by importer.
We have been commissioned to AUCTION ir( single
pieces the excess 25 bales to avoid additional shipping
& duty charges.
NOTE FROM THE AUCTIONEER:
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Sizes range from 2 x 3 to 12 x 18.
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Rabbi Looks at the Complexities of Jewish Divorce| HeaithDaySet
L RABBI TIBOR STERN
L dissolution of a marraige
Cat divorce proceedings
C back to Biblical times, and
Governed by biblical laws,
Ended and continuously
Lcted under the scrutiny of
Kiic law, beginning with
tnaic. Talmudic, and finally
Codified laws of the Shulchan
\ch and Responsa literature.
\alachic authorities in each
fcation search for a more
Sable "id just decision to
Ibetti: protection for thereli-
Lly observant woman to ob-
j her freedom and to protect
[against the yoke of agunoth.
Lie of maritai solitude.
lACH JEWISH marriage
Kerly solemnized requires for
lissolution a religious divorce.
If. Annulment of a religious
Liu^e without a proper di-
|e is practiced very rarely and
Lily only on the basis that the
fcage was not legal in the first
I Ordinarily, even common-
marriage- or civil marriages
I a divorce, but
ktions exisl
Ijewish d vorce is practically
.. ce Neverthe-
[it is the duty ol the rabbi to
Ih'1 the couple lor reconcilia-
I In fact, statistics show that
pou- ; irriage counselors
I, i a i han recon-
li the iarm is true with
1 | ivchologists who
B-ilmte in the breakdown of
Kil-nl theJi ish family.
hilf there is a complete sepa-
m and state, the
It i. upon a religious di-
Y respect, and it is
m orp rated in the set
m ment, which be-
m bj the law ol
ft mi\antageous for
I |uest that thereli-
V de the civil di-
- foi thi protection of all
-
[RELIGIOUS divorce is es-
iuse.il the woman re-
Bes iut one. her issue
euuein to her first divorce
Bbe ill' i and she will
m undui hardship upon her
.'ally, in the
I until she is
1 she is still in
I ital status, and all her
onship- are adulterous.
I is obtainable
W ience of both
W through a duly-ap-
I the husband,
I1' not parties is per-
ly present before the rabbi-
tur:
Bdivi voluntary acts
le pan ol both parties, yet
sions are made in cases of
ice, adultery, sanity, etc.,
a divorce is issued involun-
E INTRICACIES of Hala-
nvolved in the preparation
ssuing of a Jewish divorce
mplex; (ht. expertise of the
m m dealing with complicat-
atters is far and few in be-
P In particular, when mat-
elated to different countries
even continents are in dis-
only rabbis with long and
n experience receive ere-
'des can be written merely
my own experience during
"urier of a century that I
headed a Reth Din repre-
K the rabbinic courts of
caly everv parl of tne
Enough precedents and
are in mj files to deal with
eventuality we have is-
"vorceson merchant ships.
I and hospitals;
W, d them to Russia,
V\North Mrua. South U-
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ml touch with
I
I
I
I
Miami Beach Rabbi Tibor Stern argues that The in-
tricacies of Halacha involved in the preparation and issu-
ing of a Jewish divorce are complex; the expertise of the
rabbis in dealing with complicated matters is far and few
between only rabbis with long and proven experience
receive credence.'
Rabbi Tibor Stern
on the laws of gittin to scores of
rabbis.
THE LAWS of the State of Is-
rael present a special position of
interest Israel has no civil di-
vorces; only religious divorces
are decreed by the rabbinic
courts. Nevertheless, they are
recognized by all countries with
which Israel has diplomatic rela-
tions, and therefore a religious
divorce issued in Israel automa-
tical!) becomes a civil divorce in
the U.S similarly, a religious di-
vorce in the U.S issued t" an Is-
raeli citizen is sufficient to satisfy
the legal requirements of the
government ol the I ,S and in Is-
rael
We have issued many religious
divorces for Israeli citizens, and
they were honored both in the
U.S. courts and in the Depart-
ment of Justice and Immigration,
Recently, the rabbinic courts in
Israel extended the power of my
Hvth Din also in the area of con-
ducting family court for Israeli
citizens, and a number of such
cases were executed and some are
pending in my Beth Din.
A RELIGIOUS divorce, get. is
gaining popularity even among
the Reform, and conscientious
Reform rabbis urge their mem-
bers to obtain such a document
from an Orthodox Bi th Din
Some non-observani couple- at
the moment find it unnecessarj
but because ol the closeness ol
the social structure among the
various segments ol Judaism,
they are becoming aware thai, al-
ter'divorce, thej arc apl to dale
observant prospective marriage
partners, and by then one ol the
spouse- will not be available for
the get.
Divorce among Jews, both
among religious and irreligious,
has become a social phenomenon
where it used to be a social dis-
ples cannot help themselves, and
parents are poor counselors be-
cause they are biased.
To seek help is a virtue and not
an admission of failure or weak-
ness. Very few rabbis have the
time or the qualification to help.
Jewish communities must es-
tablish family counseling centers
with religiously-oriented family
courts. The dissolution of a mar-
riage can and must be a civilized
experience child custody is not
a chattel agreement. People re-
main parents even if they are not
husband and wife. The common
interest in the welfare of their reject some rabbis. It would be-
children must overcome all bit- come a most respectable institu-
terness. tion as in days of old.
..........................
WE HAVE a number of re-
marriages; sometimes a divorce
is the only shock treatment for
future happiness. Naturally,
Jewish law has specifics in per-
mitting remarriage, prohibited to
a Cohenite, who is not to marry a
divorced woman, even his own
divorcee, or when the wife mar-
ried in between to someone else.
The cost of a religious divorce
is minimal; it is rather a service
than a rabbinic practice. Natur-
ally, if the Jewish community
would establish a citywide rabbi-
nical family court, all rabbinic
services of divorce, adoption,
conversion and arbitration would
be available free of charge.
Rather than that, it should be a
congregational rabbinic function
that has repercussions because
Israel and other rabbinic bodies
Ceremonies conferring Honorary Fellowships upon U.S. Sen.
Richard B Stone and Dr. Irving Lehrman by Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity were held during the university's anniversary dinner at
the Konover Hotel. From left are Dr. Emanuel Rackman,
president of Bar-Ilan, who made the presentations; Dr.
Lehrman. rabbi of Temple Emanu-El of Greater Miami; Lilly
Stone, mother of the Senator who accepted his citation; and
June Stern, chairman of the American Board of Overseers of
liar I Ian.
Shown with the Pinchas Churgin Award he received at the Bar-
grace social tragedy anc even a Samuel Reinhard, one of the earliest supporters of
social blight, today It is a social university, From uft are Seymour Reinhard, Samuel
Reinhard. Dr. Emanuel Rackman, president, and Rabbi Karpol
Bender, executive vice chairman of the International Board of
Overseers of the only American-chartered university in Israel.
accommodation.
Marriage is suffering from the
social illness of neglect. The co-
hesion of marriage has been dis-
appearing because couples do not
communicate enough. They do
not share and exchange thoughts
and feelings. Modern society is.
in fact, counterproductive to the
biblical guidance and orientation
of creating a "oneness" between
husband and wife. There is no to-
tal submission to one another.
and there is no attempt to make
marriage a permanent structure
THE PHILOSOPHY of a true
and happv marriage equals the
philosophy of the acceptance ol
the Torah We must believi
it is forever, and at the same time
we must consi I we were
standing at Sinai
The eternal bi
conce]

Esther Sandrew, chairperson
for the senior adult committee of
the Jewish community Centers of
South Florida, South Dade Ex-
tension, announced that a senior
adult Health Day has been
planned for Sunday, April 16
from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Tem-
ple Zamora in Coral Gables.
Highlighting the Health Day
will be a "Meet the Doctors" pa-
nel that will Include Drs. Sanford
Cohen, Sidney Hecht, Allyn Ja-
cobson, Ronnie Korshun, Alvin
Phillipson and Richard Spire.
Day School To
Hold Model Seders
The Samuel Scheck Hillel
Community Day School will pre-
sent a play entitled Moses Mon-
day, April 17 at 2 p.m. in the
school cafetorium, in honor of the
upcoming Passover holiday.
Model sedarim will be held
Tuesday and Wednesday, April
18 and 19, with students of the
third grade, under the direction
of its Hebrew teacher, Phillip
Eiss. participating.
The early childhood education
department will hold a creative
seder Wednesday. April 19 at 11
a.m. At the same time, first
through eighth graders will hold
a model seder, announced Rabbi
Dr. Sidney Selig. principal.
Art Club to Hear Poet
Discuss 'Holy Land'
The Miami Reach Art Club will
meet Saturday. April 8 at 2:30
p.m. at Washington Federal Au-
ditorium, 1234 Washington Ave.
Poet Lillian Goldberg will discuss
"My Holy Land." The group
meets for the monthly art forum
every second Saturday of the
month.
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*Je*i<>t Her Minn
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Business Notes
[Pan Am Asks for Immediate Low-
Fare Miami L.A. Service
Standby fares at half the pres-
I normal coach rate, and re-
ved seat coach service at 35
iVjit below present levels,
uld be offered immediately on
istop flights between Miami
I Los Angeles, if the Civil
onautics Board grants a re-
filed by Pan American
Lrld Airways.
In a petition to the Board, the
line asked for quick action on
[earlier bid to provide daily
Lstop low-fare service between
j two cities. Pan Am said that
las well as other applicants in
" Miami-Los Angeles Low Fare
e. should be awarded so-called
jussive authority" to imme-
ely enter or leave the Miami-
Los Angeles market according to
the best judgment of the respec-
tive airline managements.
THE AIRLINE noted that, as
part of its proposed Miami-Los
Angeles nonstop service, it will
also link Florida with Tokyo,
Hong Kong, Singapore and
points throughout the Pacific, via
its existing services from Cali-
fornia.
Pan Am's trans-Pacific flights
from California now offer low
budget fares at half the normal
economy rates to such destina-
tions as Auckland, Sydney, Nan-
di, Papeete, Pago Pago, Bang-
kok, Jakarta, Manila, Guam,
Hong Kong and Singapore.
kper-No-Frills toN. Y. to Continue
Wational Airlines has an-
nced that it will continue to
^r super-no-frills fares between
mi Fort Lauderdale and
/York.
^ohn B. Andersen, vice pres-
et of marketing, said National
retain the $55 midweek and
iweekend oneway fare levels.
will provide an opportunity
valuate whether the fare will
erate sufficient new business
wpuncturist to Treat
meadaches, Asthma
Jhe Acupuncture Treatment
ts. managed by Herbert
' of Miami, has announced the
lition of Chinese acupunc-
Bt Dr. Heng-Yueh Li to the
ited in Fort Lauderdale,
rth Miami and Key West, the
vs offer facelift treatments
treatments for common
li problems.
Br. Li will specialize in treating
^nta with health problems
V*g from headaches to
KiuaJ asthma. He joins
poncturist Dr. Rom Liao,
> specializes in facelift
Itmtnts.
Quarterly Dividends
j Announced by Broad
P>ep.rd Broad, chairman of
Hfowd of American Savings
I1*** Association of Florida,
**"*** that the Board of
tore has declared a regular
*ny dividend of $.10 per
This regular quarterly
d will be paid on May 15,
during the normal slack traffic
periods of April and May.
"THE FARE was introduced
at the beginning of the peak tra-
vel season last Dec. 1," Andersen
noted, "and was tested during a
winter season when good growth
had been forecast. There were no
restrictions whatsoever on the
fare.
"The super-no-frills fare defi-
nitely has generated substantial
additional passenger traffic for
the airlines this winter, and it has
had a positive economic impact
on South Florida," according to
Andersen.
Warns of Softer
Housing Market
George Berg
mann, president
of Century Vil-
lage East, has
said that a softer
market for hous-
ing in the second
half of 1978 will
result if interest
rates go higher
and the money
supply for shelter
purchases tight
ens.
BERGMANN
"One of the nation's leading
mortgage lending institutions
now sees a slowdown in savings
deposits imminent," be said.
"Thie is due to a large federal
government deficit which may
force the administration to offer
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes at
more attractive market rates.
item Named VP, Shevin Selects Firm
at Fidelity NatL
nld I) Blumstein, 40. has
"flnamed vice president in
l of loans at Fidelity
r?nal Bank of Soul Miami,
FJ 0. Buckner, president
intern, who has been
7f m banking and credit for
Ioecades, was most recently
P v'ce president in charge
g* commercial banking
n and credit department of
"ust Bank of Miami, N. A.
[atson, Reed Join
*B Skylake Bank
Jf8 E. Watson and Carol
SEm joined the Skylake
S. .^iami Gardens
Nrth Miami Beach, as
vwe president for in-
IdLm and assistant
?n nt fr 0Ptions, it
'^gnced by President
For Ad Campaign
Gubernatorial candidate, Atty.
Gen. Robert Shevin has selected
the Florida firm of Beber Silver-
stein Masciovecctuo & Partners,
Inc. to manage the advertising
component of his campaign.
National Airlines Sets
Passenger Records
National Airlines set all-time
passenger traffic records in
March. The Miami-based carrier
said that it flew 708 million
revenue passenger miles during
the month, an increase of 33 per-
cent over the 531 million in
March last year.
The total surpassed the
previous record of 640 million
revenue passenger miles estab-
lished last January._____
Aguiar
Gomez
Intercontinental Bank
Intercontinental Bank has
announced the promotions of
Gabriel Aguiar and Ramon
Gomez as vice presidents.
Both men work at the oper-
ation center, data processing, at
the main office of Intercon-
tinental Bank in Miami Beach.
Intercontinental Bank an-
nounced the appointment of
Richard Vollmer as vice-pres-
ident for business development.
PantryPride
Promotes Doyle
Mona Doyle has been promot-
ed to vice president of consumer
affairs for the Pantry Pride Su-
permarket Division of Food Fair,
Inc.
In announcing the promotion,
Pantry Pride President Frank N.
James said, "It was a recognition
of the increasing importance the
company continues to give to
consumer concerns and the con-
tributions the consumer affairs
department has made since its
establishment five years ago un-
der Mrs. Doyle"s direction."
Adler, Rodriguez
Promoted at Bank
Rita T. Adler, in charge of res-
idential builder financing, has
been promoted to vice president
by Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association. She was
formerly an assistant vice pres-
ident.
Osmilda Rodriguez was ap-
pointed assistant vice president
for mortgage loan adminis-
tration.
uy-
Lay ne to Head
Home Im provemen t
Robert M. Layne, manager of
the home improvement loan
department of American Savings
and Loan Association of Florida,
has recently been elected presi-
dent of the South Florida chapter
of the National Home Improve-
ment Association.
The association was organized
in 1966 to stimulate more activity
in the home improvement
market, which is the single
largest market for the products
and services of the building
industry-
hums Keeps Lippman,
Mogull Ad Consultants
Lippman, Mogull Advertising
Consultants, Inc. of Miami have
been retained by Lums as its
special projects corporate
marketing consultants, according
to Donald L. Perlyn, president of
the 2
Judaic Scholar to Conduct
Shabbat Weekend Here
Dr. Irving Greenberg, one of
America's recognized Judaic
scholars and director of the Na-
tional Jewish Conference Center,
will conduct a special Shabbat
weekend experience for Miami fa-
milies Friday-Sunday, May 12-
14.
The weekend, which will in-
clude traditional celebrations of
the Shabbat, as well as educa-
tional programs geared for fami-
lies, will be held at the Sonesta
Beach Hotel on Key Biscayne.
Barry T. Gurland and Kenneth J.
Schwartz will chair the event.
DR. GREENBERG, who re-
ceived his Ph.D. from Harvard in
1960, also holds degrees from
Brooklyn College and Beit Jo-
seph Rabbinical Seminary. He is
a board member of the Institute
for Jewish Life, vice president of
the Religious Education Associa-
tion, associate editor of the Jour-
nal of Ecumenical Studies, and a
member of the advisory boards of
Yavneh and the Student Struggle
for Soviet Jewry.
"One of the most dynamic and
articulate of American Jewish
leaders, Dr. Greenberg is nation-
ally known for his distinctive
style of Shabbaton program-
ming, including dialogue, semi-
nars and cultural as well as reli-
gious experience," said Schwartz.
"He is an extremely popular in-
structor of Judaic studies at the
City University of New York. He
has conducted the Shabbat pro-
grams for the Council of Jewish
Federations' general assembly,
and he has delivered the second
Dr. Irving Greenberg
annual Louis A. Pincus Memorial
lecture for the United Jewish Ap-
peal National Conference in 1975.
The cost of the weekend, in-
cluding Friday evening dinner,
three meals on Saturday, and
Sunday breakfast (dietary laws
observed throughout), hotel ac-
commodations (based on double
occupancy) and participation in
all weekend programs is S125 per
person.
Reservations are now avail-
able. For more information, con-
tact Mr. or Mrs. Kenneth Sch-
wartz at 621-2068 or Mr. or Mrs.
Barry Gurland at 931-2445.
The West Miami Post 223 of Jewish War Veterans recently ho-
nored 9&year-old John Heitzerueder, a Spanish-American War
veteran, with a birthday party. From left to right are Aaron
Slachter, Heitzerueder, Ruth Herman and Marvin Herman,
commander.
Israeli Construction Finns Agree
To Offer Noteholders Discount
Three Israeli construction
firms have agreed to offer a three
percent discount to noteholders
of Tefahot Israel Mortgage Bank,
it was announced recently.
Tefahot, which offers an in-
vestment program in the United
States as well as a mortgage sav-
ings plan for Americans planning
to settle in Israel, is Israel's larg-
est mortgage institution.
YEHOSHUA Kalman, direc-
tor of North American activities
for the bank, said, "The discount
offered by these three major
firms Rassco, Azorim and
Housing and Development for
Israel is a significant gesture
and indicates a positive attitude
toward Aliyah."
Noteholders eligible for this
discount, Kalman pointed out,
also will be offered housing in
new developments before sales
will be made to the general pub-
lic. Details of the special condi-
tions of this arrangement are
available from Tefahot's New
York office.
Tefahot investment notes,
which pay up to eight percent in-
terest, may be purchased in
amounts as small as $20 per
inual pur-
chase of notes amounting to
$2,400 is allowed with an addi-
tional allowable purchase of
$5,000 during the first 12 months
of participation.
FURTHER information about
the plan and a prospectus may be
"Stained by writing to Tefahot,
800 Second Avenue, New York
10017. Tefahot notes may be of-
fered by prospectus only.
Group to Hear
Harriet Green
Harriet Green, chairman of the
American Zionist Federation of
South Florida and of the Pioneer
Women Council of South Florida,
will discuss The History of
Israel: From the Rise of Zionism
to Our Time, by Howard M.
Sachar.
The review will take place
Thursday, April 20 at 1:30 p.m.
in the Miami Beach Public
Library, at a meeting of the
Great Jewish Book Discussion
group. Group coordinator is


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that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name MANNA
GRAPHICS intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
PETER OXIOS
April 7, 14, 21, 28,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name of DISTRI-
CENTER at number 4600 NW
68th Avenue, In the City of
Miami, Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
17th day of March, 1978.
HAYWARDS HEATH
INVESTMENT, N.V.
By Luis Fernando
Echavarrla, President
Gregorlo Robbln
Fernan Jaramlllo
Thomas J. Dlxon
March 24. 31; April 7.14,1978
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. 7M1IS FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JACQUES LIVINGSTONE,
Petitioner,
and
OVIDA GLADYS
LIVINGSTONE, Respondent.
TO: Ovlda Gladys
Livingstone
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
Hied against you and you arc
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
DANIEL RETTER. ESQ., attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is 801 Dade Federal
Building, 101 East Flagler
Street. Miami, Florida 33131. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before May 12, 1978; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 31 day of March.
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByG.S.Carlie
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DANIEL RETTER. ESQUIRE
Attorney for Petitioner
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33131
Phone: 368-6090
Attorney for Petitioner
April 7,14, 21,28,1978
THIS NOTICE, to Ble with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount claimed
If the claim Is not yet due. the
date when It will become due
shall be stated. If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim is secured,
the security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver suf-
ficient copies of the claim to the
clerk to enable the clerk to mall
one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will
the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
March 24. 1978.
Matilda Rosenberg
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MOLLY RAPOPORT
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
RICHARD KROOP ESQ.
KWITNEYKROOP*
SCHELNBERGPA.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla 83139
Telephone: 306-538-7575
April 7.14,1978
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 78-1271
Division 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MOLLYRAPOPORT
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the estate of MOLLY RAPO-
PORT. deceased. File Number
78-1271, Is pending In the Circuit
Court for DADE County, Florida.
Probate Division, the address of
which Is 73 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Fla. The personal rep-
resentative of the estate Is
MATILDA ROSENBERG, whose
address Is 6831 SW 147th Ave
Miami, Fla. The name and ad-
dress of the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set
forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION 01
NO.7a.22ts
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
STANLEY P. DYBA,
Deceased.
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the estate of STANLEY P.
DYBA, deceased, File Number
78-2265. Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is 73 West Flagler St.,
Miami, Florida 33130. The per-
sonal representatives of the
estate are IRENE D MATUSAK
and EVELYN J. DYBA. whose
addresses are c/o Schwartz A
Freeman, Esqs Suite 4530, One
IBM Plaza, Chicago. Illinois
60611. The name and address of
the personal representatives'
attorneys are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to Hie with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and
must Indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount claimed.
If the claim Is not yet due. the
date when It will become due
shall be stated If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges
the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
April 7, 1978.
EVELYN J. DYBA
As Personal Representatives
of the Estate of
STANLEY P. DYBA.
Deceased
ATTORNEYS FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES:
FAUNCE.FINKA
FORMAN and
MARTIN L. CARLIN
3000 Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Telephone: (306)371-6471
April 7,14.1978
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. 78-418* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OP MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOYCE UN
SULTON FRASER.
Petitioner,
and
ISAAC ZEPHANIAH FRASER,
Respondent.
TO: ISAACZEPHANIZH
FRASER
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
DANIEL RETTER. ESQ.. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is 801 Dade Federal
Building. 101 East Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33131. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before May 12. 1978, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 31 day of March.
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByG.S Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
DANIEL RETTER, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Petitioner
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33131
Phone: 358-6090
April 7,14. 21,28,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name PIER HOUSE
INN at 17461 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach 33160 Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Pier House Motel. Inc.
a Florida Corporation
Jacob Frydman, Pres.
April 7. 14. 21. 28. 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 78-2077 (03) Div.
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN RAYMOND ROACH
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration of
the estate of JOHN RAYMOND
ROACH, deceased. File Number
78-2077 (03), Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Dade County
Courthouse, Miami. Florida
33130. The personal rep-
resentative of the estate is JOHN
RAYMOND ROACH, JR. whose
address is 2141 NE 179th Street,
North Miami Beach, Florida
33162. The name and address of
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each
claim must be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount claimed.
If the claim Is not yet due, the
date when It will become due
shall be stated. If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
April 7, 1978.
John Raymond Roach Jr.
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
JOHN RAYMOND ROACH
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Morton B. Zemel. Esquire
Suite 111,
16666 NE. 19th Avenue
North Miami Beach.
Florida 33162
Telephone: (306)949-4287
April 7, 14,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the fic-
titious name BRICKELL PLACE
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
BRICKELLPLACE
CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION. INC
1901 Brlckell Avenue. Box D
Miami. Florida 33129
March 24. 31: April 7.14.197P
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the fll
tltlous name CORAL ARMS
APTS at 3822 NE 166th Street V
Miami Beach. Florida 33160
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
DadeCount\ 1
IRE .
HEN1 man
EN CHARLI i'SK!
PAR :'
:. April 7. 14. 1978
CIRCUIT COURT,
IITH JUDICIALCIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 78-4433
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
JOSE JOAQULN SL'AREZ.
Husband.
vs.
MARIA INES SL'AREZ,
Wife
You. Maria Ines Suarez. Calle
47 No 69-23. Medellln. Colombia.
S.A., are hereby notified to serve
a copy of your Answer to the Dis-
solution of Marriage filed
against you, upon attorney,
GEORGE NICHOLAS, ESQ., 612
NW 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida
33136. and file original with Clerk
of Court on or before May 12,
1978; otherwise the Petition will
be confessed by you.
Dated this 8 day of April, 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER.
CLERK
By Diane Lowe
Deputy Clerk
April 7. 14. 21.28.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 78-3120
Division (01)
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ABRAHAM STALNOVSKY
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THEESATTE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the estate of ABRAHAM STAL-
NOVSKY. deceased. File Num-
ber 78-2120. Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Florida
33130 The personal represen-
tative of the estate Is MAE C.
KONIVER. whose address Is
10661 NW 21 Court. Pembroke
Pines, Florida. The name and
address of the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set
forth below-
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount claimed.
If the claim Is not yet due. the
date when il will become due
shall be stated If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
April 7, 1978.
MAE C. KONIVER
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ABRAHAM STALNOVSKY
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL,"1
REPRESENTATIVE:
DAVID BJAVITS
3628 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida SS1S7
Telephone: (306) 676-6626
April 7,14,1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 78-430* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
TERESA NOVOA GUZMAN.
Petitioner,
and
GUILLERMO A. GUZMAN.
Respondent
TO: GulllermoA.
Guzman
Calle 46-A,
Numero2137
Bogota. Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if anv, to It on
MARCELO It. AGUDO. ESQ..
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is AQUDO, PINEIRO A
KATES P A 1647 SW 27th
Avenue. Miami, Florida 33145.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before May 12. 1978; otherwise
a default will be entered against
vou for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 3 day of April.
1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG.S.Carlie
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal)
MARCELO M. AGUDO
AGUDO. PINEIRO A
KATES, PA
1847 SW 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33145
Attorney for Petitioner
April?. 14. 21.28.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CM NO. 78-4352 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
CARMEN MENDEZ.
Wife Petitioner.
JUAN MANUEL MENDEZ.
Husband Respondent.
TO: JUAN MANUEL
MENDEZ
Address and Residency
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage has
been filed, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Wife's Attorney,
DONALD F FROST, ESQ., 26
SW 6th Street. Miami. Florida,
33130. and file the original with
the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 12 day
of May, 1978, or the allegations
will be taken as confessed
against you, and a Default will be
entered,
DATED at Miami, Dade
County. Florida, this 4 day of
April. 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
By: N. A. Hewett
Aa Deputy Clerk
April 7, 14, 21.28,1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
File Number 78-2251
Division 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MOSES FELDMAN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the estate of MOSES FELD-
MAN. deceased. File Number 78-
2261, Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which Is 73 West Flagler,
Miami, Florida. The personal
representative of the estate are:
LILLIAN FELDMAN and
SHELDON H. FELDMAN.
whose address are 2100 Sans
Soucl Boulevard. North Miami.
Florida and 7141 SW 5th Street.
Plantation. Florida, respec-
tively. The name and address of
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount claimed.
If the claim Is not yet due. the
date when It will become due
shall be stated If the claim U
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have thai challenges
the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the
venue or lurisdlctlon of the court
ALL CLAIMsTdewT^T
AND OBJECTIONSI imS"*
^M^o??Ct2--i
April 7. 1978 Aam""'tnWo1,:
LILLIAN FELDMAN Aim
SHELDON H EEU^
of the Estate of
MO- MAX
ATTORNEY FOR I'EPSfwf!" '
REPRESENTATIVE^*1
JOELREINSTEIN esq
CAPP.REIN
KOPELO\
800 East Broward
Boulevard
eon Lauderdale
Florida
Telephone 463
AprUT. u.mil
N07ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA*
NOTICE
that the ur,.; teiiflnts
engage In .-.ler'u,
TRACTOR Intend y, 'raster
said name .- of u.
Circuit Court oi Dade Count,
Florida
M1RTAAL.JNS0
MIRTADELGAD0
Apnl7.l4.2l.JB,im
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES
that the undersigned. deslrtr.j!o
engage in business under the
fictitious name KELLER
CASUAL at 806 NW lHth Drive
Miami. Fla 33169 Intends to
register said name with u*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
KELLER INDUSTRIES, INC
HENRY A KELLER. PRE8
LEVINE. RECKSON ft REED
3501 BISCAYNE BLVD
MIAMI. FLA
April 7.14,11,. Ml
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES
that the undersigned desiring to
"uratre In business under tin
fictitious name KELLER EX
TRUSIONS. at 18000 STATT
ROAD 9, MIAMI. FLORIDA
33162 Intend to register itH
name with the Clerk of Uie Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County
Florida
KELLER INDUSTRIES INC
HENRY A KELLER, PRES
Attorneys
LEVINE RECKSON a REED
3601 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
April 7.14. 21. 21,Ml
N07ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES
that the undersigned, desirtnjto
engage In business under the
fictitious name KELLER
ALUMINUM PRODUCTS OF
FLORIDA at 18000 STATE
ROAD 9. MIAMI FLA 331*1
Intend to register said name 1U
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
KELLER INDUSTRIES INC
HENRY A KELLER. PRES
Attorneys
LEVINE RECKSON ft REED
S601 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLA
April 7 14. 21.28. lOT
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE*
that the undersigned. desirlnjM
engage In business under W
fictitious name KBU*"
BUILDING PRODUCTS OF
MIAMI at 12790 LE JEJ-T.S
ROAD, OP A LOCKA. rTOBDJJ
33084 intend to register w
name with the Clerk of JW
Circuit Court of Dade Count)
Florida. __onir
KELLER INDl 'STRIESBC
HENRY A KELLER PR63
Attorney nrc.n
LEVINE. RECKSON* REED
3501 BISCAYNE BLSD
MIAMI. FI^RIDA^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTl'
that the undersigned. *""""
engage in business underiww
tltiousnameCOMODOBOaiaB
W. Flagler Street Suitt
Miami intends to regisw "
name with the clerk of UieW
cult Court of Dade Count).
F'0rtdMO..ERNr:S.GN
DVDS INC
a Florida Corporation
March 24. 31 AprUT.l*^
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE IS HERf-"> ^m
that the underslgne-lde'in^
engaged business ^irdE
tltlous name DANA r.
Sfrfof rarest Cou^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NA"Spj
NOTICE IS HKKM" ^.0
that the undersigned. dei ^
engage In bus.nesui ^
fictitious name El Rlnj0' F|i
at 9435 SW 40 Street-Ma*,*
Intends to register saio ^
with the Clerk of W^.
Court of Dade CotmlvT'on
Josel-orenw p
March 31; April f.0"^


riday. April 14.1978
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Page 21-B
Lego^Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 76-3633 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
B\ RE The Marriage of
IABCABETE FARRELL,
Wife,
1CHABD IOSEPHFARRBIX
Rfsponili'i'.l Husband.
KI'H
K.M'.KEI.L
Frmington Hills.
RE HEREBY NOTI-
11 i ion lor
'U and vein are
pv of your
niten My. to on
[CHICK, ESQ.,
ii er, whose
NE 2nd Avenue.
and file the
with the clerk of the
lurt on or before
irll 28. i$~' otherwise a
fault will be entered against
u for the relief demanded In
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
ce each week for four con-
nitive week! In THE JEWISH
.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
al of said court at Miami,
rtda on this 21 day of March.
I
RICHARD P.BRINKER
AsOerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By E. Telia
As Deputy Clerk
rcult Court Seal I
^UCELAMCHICK. ESQ.
NE 2nd Avenue
il, Florida 33137
3061545-7255
tomev for Petitioner
March 24. 31. April 7. 14.1878
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
NTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 78-3524 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ICTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
RE The Marriage of
ENNIS ALBERT AUBREY
Petitioner,
d
THLEE.NAIBREY.
Respondent
) KATHLEEN Al'BREY
c oMrs. Nlbbs
3A3 Annas Retreat
St Thomas. U S
Virgin Islands 00801
W ARE HEREBY NOTI
ED thai an action for
"solution of Marriage has been
d against you and you are
luired to serve a copy of your
"e"^tenses, if any, to It on
WARD HILL BENNETT,
V attorney for Petitioner,
ose address Is Suite 820. 18
Flagler Street, Miami,
"Ha 33130. and rile the
m with the clerk of the
've styled court on or before
11 28. 1978; otherwise a
(il fi" be, *'n,,r*d against
(or me relief demanaen in
complain! or petition.
nu notice shall be published
each week for four con-
'^weeksm THE JEWISH
j'TNESS my hand and the
i <" said court at Miami
[^on this 20 day of March!
RICHARD P BRINKER
I'^'QwII Court
"ade County. Florida
^ M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
"Court Seal. *
1.NNETT. ESQ
^y'orFetlUoner
,P,Bl8,ca>-ne Building
"t Fagler Street B
^Florida 33130
arch^PellUone'-
^""JliAprllT.M.lWB
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
Lester G Kates. Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 1647
SW 27th Avenue. Miami, Florida
33145. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 5, 1978
otherwise a default will he en-
tered aginst you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
ecutlve weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
"I said court .it Miami
Florida on this 23 day o( March
1878
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ Clerk, Circuit i "ourl
Dade Count). Florida
Bj \i J Hartnett
Ai Deputy Clerk
(Ircult Court Seal i
LESTERG K \tks
Attorney al Law
1847 Southwest 27th v
Miami Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
March 31; April 7, 11
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
DIV.FC
Case No. 78 3723
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage of
WII.FREDO TKl'FFIN.
Petitioner,
and
CATALINATRtFFIN.
Respondent
TO: CATALINA TRlfFFIN.
Residence Unknown
TOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed against
yOU and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on WIL-
LIAM L SABELI.A. petitioner's
attorney, whose address Is 8400
Bird Rd Miami. Fl. 33155. on or
before May 5, 1978. and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
petitioner's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the petition
WITNESS my Hand and the
Seal of this Court on March 23.
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By N. A.Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
March 31. April 7. 14.21.1978
Fictntke1JnTe!
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_____APfil 7,14, 21,28,1978
O&'OfACTION
T^0UpVdpVEERSTEYR,V,CE
Rassl?SuiTo
l*NDFOBr.A-R,DA',N
Civil ActR0nAJE CC"JNTY
FAMiiv",0 7-312FC
0FMeDDSSOLUTION
iK Th..uARR|AGE
"loner,
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;BY NOTI
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 78-3858 FC
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
ERNEST FEI.KINS,
Husband,
and
ELAINE M FELKINS.
Wife.
TO: ELAINE M FELKINS
5472 N. Newcastle
Chicago.
Illinois 60656
YOU. ELAINE M. FELKINS
are hereby notified to file your
Answer or other pleading with
the Court's Clerk, and mall a
copy of same to Petitioner's
attorney, daniel m KEIL,
Esq.. 58 East 5th Street. Hialeah.
Florida. 33010, on or before Ihe
5th day of May. 1978, else petition
will be taken as confessed
DATED this 24th day of
March. 1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: P. T. Knutson
Deputy Clerk
DANIEL M KEIL. ESQ.
Attorney for Husband
58 East 5th Street
Hialeah. Florida
Phone:883-6600
March 31: April 7, 14.21.1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 71-3747 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The Marriage of
FRANCISCO MERCADO
Husband,
and
ROXANADE JESUS
MERCADO. Wife.
TO: FRANCISCO MERCADO
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
TED E. TSOUPRAKE. Attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
220 Miracle Mile-Suite 222. Coral
Gables. Florida. 33134. and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 5, 1978; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORID1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court at Miami,
Florida on this 22 day of March.
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
' ......-------------------------------
Dade County. Florida
ByB.Lipps
As Deputy Clerk
iCIrcuit Court Seal l
TED E. TSOUPRAKE
220 Miracle Mile Suite 222
Coral Gables. Florida SUM
telephone: 443-1657
Attorney for Petitioner
March31; Apnl 7. 14.21.1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 78-3351 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE The V
NANCY CECILIA CI.AI DID
Petltl
and
GUILLERMOCLAUDIO,
oClaudio
Residence tddn
Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY N IT]
FIED thai a petition for
I llssolutlon of your Marriage lias
been filed and commenced In this
court and you are required to
serve a copy of your writtei.
defenses, if any. to it on Stone.
Sostchln it Gonzalez. P A at-
torney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 101 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami. FL 33128, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
April 28th, 1978; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In The Jewish
Flortdian.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 20th day of
March, 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By Deborah G. Hess
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Stone. Sostchln &
Gonzalez, PA.
By: Culllermo Sostchln. Esq
toi NW 12th Avenue
Miami, FL 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
Tel: (3061324 4555
March 24. 31; April 7.14,1978
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE II TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 78-3537 FC
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOANEL PERICLES,
Husband
and ETC UNITE MARA
PERICLES. Wife
TO ETCHNITEMARA
PERICLES
c o Mrs Lamratlne Alceus
230 Avenue Maglolre
Ambrosse
Rue. Port-au-Prince,
Haiti
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
yn nd you are hereby required
to serve a copy of your answer or
other pleading to the Petition on
the Husband's Attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, whose
address is 1454 NW 17 Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33125. and file the
original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before
this 28 day of April. 1978. or a
Default will be entered against
you.
DATED this 20 day of March.
1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the
Circuit Court
By B. Perez
March 24. 31; April 7. 14.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the fic-
titious name of H 4 G REALTY
at number 1988 Biarritz Drive. In
the City of Miami Beach. Flo-
rida, intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Clr
cult Court of Dade County.
Florida. t
Dated at North Miami Beach.
Florida, this 23rd day of March,
1978.
H*G REALTY,
a Florida partnership
By:
HELMUT PASCHOLD, Partner
GERTPASCHOLD, Partner
LEFF, PESETSKY k
ZACK
By: Samuel I. Lett
Attorney for Applicant
1367 NE 162nd Street
North Miami Beach.
Florida 33182
Aprll7.14, 21,28,1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case NO. 76-28VS FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
SARAH JOHNSON. Wife
and ULYSSES
JOHNSON, Husband.
TO: ULYSSES JOHNSON
I Residence Unknown I
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
vou and you are hereby required
io serve a copy of your answer or
other pleading to the Petition on
the Wife's attorney. HARVEY D
ROGERS, whose address Is 1401
NW. 17th Avenue. Miami,
Florida 33128, and file the
original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before
the 21st day of April. 1978. or a
Default will be entered against
you.
DATED this 9th day of March.
1978
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Deborah G. Hess
March 17. 24, 31; April 7,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
ge in buslnees under the he
Htloiu nan.....1 BOGY S at 1687
ngton Avenue Miami
h Florida 33138 intends to
- ame with the
Clerk .if the Circuit Court of
1 ladei ounty Florida
si PERSONICIMPORT
A EXPOR1 CORPOR \TION
Bi |i l| COMES AN A
EY 11 FRIEDMAN
ESQ! IRE
I for Petitioner
i.'ii Lincoln Road, Suite382
Miami Beach, Florida :: I
March 31; April 7, 14. 21.1978
Book 4fl. Page 75 of the
Public Records of Dade
County, Florida,
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a ropy
of your Answer or pleadings to
said Complaint to the Plaintiff's
attorneys, HARLAN STREET,
I' A 12700 Biscayne Boulevard,
Suite 410. North Miami. Florida,
33181 and file the original Answer
or pleading with (he Clerk of llie
Circuit Court of Dade County, on
or before the r.tli day of May.
niTs If you fail In do
Judgment by default Mill be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint
Tins Notice (if sun shall be
published once each week for
lour consecutive weeks In the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DATED at Miami Dade
County Florida, this 27 day ol
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clerk
Bj Deborah G. H
I > puty Clerk
HARI \\ STREET. 1\A
12700 Blsi ayne Boulevard
Suite 410
Ninth Miami. Florida 331 Bl
By William S. Isenberg
March 81; April 7,14, 21,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name of SIMPLIFIED
CONTRACTOR SYSTEMS INC.
al 949 SW 1st Street, Miami.
Florida 33130 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LAZARO ALBO
March 31. April 7. 14. 21,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name of SIMPLIFIED
CONSTRUCTIONS SYSTEMS.
INC at 949 SW 1st Street, Miami,
Florida 33130 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LAZARO ALBO
March 31; April 7. 14.21,1978
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 78-2411
NOTICE OF SUIT
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs
CHARLES W CORNISH and
HELEN W. CORNISH, his
wife, BENEFICIAL DISCOUNT
cuMPANY. SUN EI.NA1MC
CORPORATION and HOUSE-
HOLD FINANCE CORPOR-
ATION OF CAROL CITY, DEL-
TA PAINTING CORP..
Defendants
TO: DEFENDANTS:
CHARLES W. CORNISH and
HELEN W CORNISH, his wife.
AND ALL OTHERS IT MAY
CONCERN
"Address Unknown"
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Complaint to Fore-
close Mortgage on the following
described property
l-ot 1 In Block 3 of REAL
SITE GARDENS SECTION
ONE. according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded In Plat
Book 68. at Page 3. of the
Public Records of Dade
Coun'y, Florida,
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or pleadings to
said Complaint to the Plaintiff's
attorneys. HARLAN STREET.
PA. 12700 Biscayne Boulevard.
Suite 410. North Miami. Florida.
33181 and file the original Answer
or pleading with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, on
or before the 5 day of May. 1978.
If you fail to do so. judgment by
default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the
Complaint
This Notice of Suit shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks in the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DATED at Miami. Dade
County. Florida, this 27 day of
March. 1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk
By Deborah G. Hess
Deputy Clerk
HARLAN STREET. I' A
12700 Biscayne Boulevard
Suite 410
North Miami. Florida33181
By William 8. Isenberg
March 31; April 7,14. 21.1878
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name of SILVIO
TRANSMISSIONS at 13740 NW
19th Avenue. Bay 11, Opa Ix>cka.
Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SILVIO GONZALEZ
STANLEY E. GOODMAN
Attorney for
SILVIO GONZALEZ
2688 NW62nd Street
Miami, Florida
March 31: April 7, 14,21,1978
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 78-601 FC
Judge Ralph B.
Ferguson, Jr. (04)
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
ANNIE MARY LEVETTE.
Wife Petitioner,
vs.
IM)NALD LEVETTE,
Husband Respondent.
TO:DONALDLEVETTE
Address and Residency
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition for Dis-
solution of your Marriage has
been filed, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Wife's Attorney.
DONALD F. FROST. ESQ.. 26
SW 8th Street. Miami. Florida
33130, and file the original with
the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 5th
day of May, 1978. or the
allegations will be taken as con-
fessed against you. and a Default
will be entered.
DATED at Miami. Dade
County. Florida, this 27 day of
March. 1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
March 31; April 7, 14.21.1978
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 78 1786
NOTICE OF SUIT
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
RUSSELL JAMES and MARY
JAMES, his wife.
Defendants.
TO: RUSSELLJAMES
and MARY JAMES.
his wife
"Residence Unknown"
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Complaint to Fore-
close Mortgage on the following
described property
Ixrt 3. in Block 25. of FIRST
ADDITION TO PINE TREE
PARK, according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 78-40S8FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
FRANK GUADAGNO
Petitioner-Husband
and
JODY GUADAGNO
Respondent-Wife
TO: JODY GUADAGNO,
Respondent-Wife
9060 Union Turnpike,
Apt. HE
Glendale, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, to it on
HARRIS SPERBER, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
19370 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida 33160, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 5, 1978; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 29 day of March.
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By P. T. Knutson
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HARRIS SPERBER
19370 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33160
Attorney for
Petitioner-
Husband
March 31; April 7,14, 21,1878
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 78-4052 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
ANDRE PIERRE.
Petitioner,
and
PATRICIA IRENE
SPENCER PIERRE,
Kesponoent.
TO: PATRICIA IRENE
SPENCER PIERRE
Residence I.'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, II any. to it on
DANIEL RETTER ESQ., attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose ad
dress Is 801 Dade Federal Build
Ing. 101 East Flagler street.
Miami. Florl : ind file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May B, i"fc: otherwl t .< default
will be entered against you for
the relief demandeil In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 29 day of March,
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Deborah G. Hess
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DANIEL RETTER, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Petitioner
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33181
Phone: 868-8080
March 31, April 7, 14, 21, 1K8
circuit Court. "- -
1ith judicial circuit,"
dade cou nty. f lor i da
NO. 784040 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
SERGE DOR,
Husband,
vs.
CLAUDETTE DOR,
Wife.
You, CLAUDETTE DOR, 688
Portall, Leogane, Haiti, are
hereby notified to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Dissolution of
Marriage filed against you. upon
Husband's attorney, GEORGE
NICHOLAS, ESQ.. 612 NW 12th
Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136,
and file original with Clerk of
Court on or before May 5, 1878;
otherwise the Petition will be
confessed by you.
Dated this 29 day of March,
1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
CLERK
By: G.S. Carlle
Deputy Clerk
March 31; April 7.14.21,1878
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious names FOOD SPOT NO
40 AND FOOD SPOT at 7845 Bird
Road. Miami. Florida 33155
intends to register said names
with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Ernest Harris. President
Packman & Neuwahl
1401 Brickell Avenue
Suite 608
Miami. Fla. 33131
Attorneys for
Food Spot No. 40,
INCORPORATED
March 31; April 7, 14.21.1978
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 78-4481 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
PATRICIA C. BROOKS.
Petitioner
and
THOMAS BROOKS, SR.
Respondent.
TO: THOMAS BROOKS. SR.
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to it on
MARSHALL B. FISHER, ESQ
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is Ste. 300, 9655 So. Dixie
Hy., Miami, Florida 33156. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before May 19. 1978; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 6 day of April.
1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By G.S. Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARSHALL B FISHER.
ESQ .STE 300
9655 So. Dixie Hy.
Miami. Florida 33158
(3061668-5927
Attorney for Petitioner


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The Oneg Shabbat following
services at Temple Adath Yesh-
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p.m., will be co-hosted by five
B'nai B'rith lodges from the
North Miami Beach community.
The Dedications, Levi Eshkol,
Israel, Sinai and Weitzman lodg-
es will be present at the services
conducted by Rabbi Simcha
Freedman and Cantor Ian
Alpern.
Malcolm Fromberg will speak
on the subject "Never Again:
Our Response to the Holocaust."
Fromberg is a Miami attorney
who is on the Anti-Defamation
League executive committee and
is the treasurer of the B'nai
B'rith Seniro Citizens' Housing
committee. He is presently serv-
ing as president of District No. 5
of B'nai B'rith.
Sam Rice to Talk On
Cancer at Meeting
The Wolfaon-Spinoza for En-
lightenment group will hear Sam
Rice discuss "Cancer Has No
Secrets" at the next meeting.
Thursday, April 20 at the
Washington Federal Bank, 1234
Washington Ave. Arnold Kleiner
serves as chairman.
Psychology, Politics,
Topic of Discussion
Dr. Leonard Haber, clinical
psychologist, will discuss "Psy-
chology and Politics" at the next
meeting of Forte Forum,
Tuesday, April 18 at 1 p.m. at
1200 West Ave.
Coleman to Discuss
Meaning of ADL
The Wolfson-Spinoza for En-
lightenment group will hear Da-
vid Coleman discuss "The Mean-
ing of the Anti-Defamation
League" Thursday, April 13 at 10
a.m. at Washington Federal
Bank, 1234 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Temple Sisterhood To
Celebrate Israel's 30th
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Bth Torah Congregation will
celebrate Israel Independence
Day Wednesday, April 12 at 8
p.m. in the synagogue's social
ball, announced CEAC Vic*
President Mrs George Edelson.
Pictured at right is Bob Skidell, past president of the Mm
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith, receiving a past president \
tificate from Sam Pascoe, past president of the South Flow
Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. The presentation was modi
the annual installation meeting of the Miami Beach lodge.
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ttimonial luncheon honoring Mrs. Mel Beloff, past president
\Temple Emanu-El of Greater Miami Sisterhood, was
[nsored at the Friedland Ballroom by the congregation's
and Sisterhood. From left are Marilyn Meyerson, chair-
j of the day; Mrs. Beloff, who was feted for her leadership in
building of the Belle Lehrman Youth Center of Temple
\anu-El; and Ruth Kaplan, a past president of Sisterhood
i served as chairman of Patrons.
Tree Planting For
Arbor Day Set
South Florida's observance of
Arbor Day will be highlighted
Friday, April 14, at 11 a.m. with
the planting of three black olive
trees in front of the Torch of
Freedom in Bayfront Park by the
City of Miami Committee on
Ecology and Beaut if ication.
Following the ceremonies,
which will be participated in by
members of the Dade County and
City of Miami Commissions, a
luncheon will be held at noon at
the Columbus Hotel to both com-
memorate Arbor Day and to
present awards to the winners of
the Fight Litter Month contest
sponsored in the county school
system by the committee headed
by E. Albert Pallot.
Kaplans to Chair
Emanu-El Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan
have been named chairmen of the
Family Night semi-annual din-
ner, dance and meeting of Temple
Emanu-El of Greater Miami,
which will be held Sunday, April
30 at 6 p.m. in the Friedland
Ballroom of Temple Emanu-El.
Election of officers for 1978-79
will be held at the meeting.
Former Miami Beach Vice
Mayor Burnett Roth was named
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee by Judge Frederick N.
Barad. president of Temple
Emanu-El.
CONGREGATIONAL seders
will be held Friday night, April
21, and Saturday night, April 22,
in the Friedland Ballroom with
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi, and
Cantor Zvi Adler officiating. No
late Friday night service will be
held, with services slated at 6:30
p.m. on both Friday and Satur-
day evenings.
janizers of a presentation to the Greater Miami Chamber of
fmmerce and a seminar devoted to obtain community support
a productivity center to be organized in Dade County met
\h community leaders recently in Miami-Dade Community
Ulege's New \Yorld Center Campus. They are (left to right): Singles Spring Dance
tgel Alonso; Harry Hoffman,'acting associate dean at New
brld Center Campus, and Jim N. Salapatas. Both Angel and
ppatas are with Florida Power & Light Co. and members of
i productivity committee of the Miami Chapter of the
perican Institute of Industrial Engineers. A productivity
fter is designed to improve productivity and the quality of
r n
h Jacob Javits (R., N.Y.I greets Abel and Fana Holtz at a
Wal dinner in Holtz's honor at Miami Beach's Temple
fanu-El. Holtz, chairman of the board and president of the
Vital Bank, was saluted at a special dinner 6v the Lubavitch
Rational Center.
*?htan Dade County Mayor Steve Clark issues a proc-
jwon to ORT membership chairman Jean Rose recently
Faming ORT Day and to pay tribute to ORT projects
runout the world.
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Honor on behalf of herself and her husband (not shown! at the
recent Night for Israel sponsored by the Roney Plaza Israel
Bonds Committee. Joining in the presentation were Milton
Baron, chairman, and Israel Amitai, guest speaker, and (right)
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kleinman, co-chairmen.
Certificate of recognition for observance of kashrut laws was
presented to Harold Richman (second from left), general man-
ager of the new 400-room Tel Aviv-Sheraton Hotel by Rabbi
Moshe Rauchberger (left), chief rabbi of Bat Galim and head of
the kashrut department of Haifa, and Rabbi Yosef Tirnauer
(second from right), rabbi of the Sheraton Hotel. Jona Lieb-
recht (right), Tel Aviv-Sheraton's food and beverage director
also took part in the acceptance of the award.
Temple Beth Am Singles (over
401 is sponsoring a spring dance
Sunday. April 16 at 8 p.m. in the
youth hall of Temple Beth Am.
Music will be provided by Ralph
Fine, and officers for the 1978-79
season will be installed in a brief
ceremony.
Muskie to Address
Convention Center
Sen. Edmund S. Muskie (D.,
Maine! will be the principal
speaker at the Miami Beach Con-
vention Center Thursday. May
11, as South Florida continues its
celebration of the State of Israel's
30th anniversary, announced
Harriet Green, president of the
American Zionist Federation of
South Florida.
Gerald Schwartz is chairman of
the observance, which will
feature music, entertainment and
participation by Jewish and
Zionist youth groups.
Goodman Hadassah
To Hear Book Review
The I. R- Goodman group of
Hadassah will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Sunday, Ap-
ril 9 at 1 pm. A book review will
be given by M. Marx on The
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Supplement to
Jewish Floridian
Friday, April 14, 1978
r '5 HOLOCAUST IN HISTORY
1933-1945
Published by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in Cooperation with The National Council for the Social Studies.
_____________^_____________ Copyright Q 1978 the AnliDelamat'On League of B'na. B'Mh
HAl.TK 'COUNTRIES
228.000
RUSSIA (RSFSR )
107,000
Six Million Murdered
There is no way to establish an accurate figure for the total number of Jews murdered in World
Warll In 1945. the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal estimated that 5.700.000 Jews had been
killed by the Nazis, representing two-thirds of the pre-war European Jewish population.
Special Television
Drama To
Depict Holocaust
"Holocaust," a nine and
one-half-hour dramatic story of
the annihilation of six million
Jews by the Nazis, will be
shown over the NBC television
network for four nights
beginning Sunday, April 16.
Written by novelist Gerald
Green, "Holocaust" will
cover the years from 1935,
when Germany enacted the
nti-Semitic Nuremberg laws,
to 1945. when the con-
centration camps were
liberated.
"Holocaust" is "no mere
reteUing 0f the universally
apressed theme of man's
inhumanity to man," ac-
cording to Robert Mulholland,
President of the NBC network,
jie program, through
Revision, "the major com-
munications medium of our
Jme, has the opportunity to
** m seeing that George
iantayana's warning
Those who cannot remember
Pt are condemned to
^ U' is heeded."
THE RECORD:
Jim MMMBl MUrtury, 1 1 *
The Third Reich, created amid
boasts that it would endure for a
thousand years, lasted instead
twelve years and four months,
from January 1933 until April
1945. During that time more
than 29 million persons were
killed six million of them
Jews, slaughtered because they
were Jewish.
To claim that their
extermination at the hands of
the Nazis was a greater tragedy
than what has befallen other
persecuted peoples is unfeeling
and fruitless. It is the
uniqueness of their annihilation
that is historically significant.
It is important that we
understand that awesome and
terrible event so that we can
better comprehend the
differences between good and
evil and what our moral
choices are.
You will find on the following
pages a pictorial and news
summary of the Holocaust with
suggestions for study,
discussion and further reading. It
is our hope that The Record will
be used by schools and
religious and community groups
and individuals.
From a speech given at the conference
-Teaching About Genocide and Ike Nazi
Holocaust in Secondary Schools." Oc-
tober 9. 1977. __________________
TEACHING THE
HOLOCAUST
by Elie Wiesel
People don't know today,
and therefore there is no subject
more urgent, more burning.
There is no subject linked more
to justice, for today the greatest
injustice is being accomplished
the obliteration of those
memories, the erasing of those
events.
I received a post card, ad-
dressed to me at Boston
University. It said, "I recently
completed reading 'The Hoax
of the Twentieth Century,' and
the professor who wrote the
book claims that the six million
is a total fiction, that no Jews
were gassed or toasted in the
ovens in German concentration
camps, that there was nothing
in German records to sub-
stantiate the Jewish claims,
that the confessions that were
obtained, were obtained under
duress. I guess Hitler was right
when he said the Jew is the
master of the big lie."
(continuid on peg* i)
HOLOCAUST CHRONOLOGY
1933
January 30: President Hindenburg appoints Adolf Hitler as Reich
Chancellor (Prime Minister) of theNSDAP (Nationalsozialistis-
che Deutsche ArbeiUrparUi)
March 23: First concentration camp, Dachau, is established
April 1: Nazis proclaim a general boycott of all Jewish-owned
businesses
April 7: Jews dismissed from civil service and denied admission to
the bar
April 26: Formation of the Gestapo
May 2: Dissolution of free trade unions
May 10: Burning of books by Jews and opponents of Nazism
December 1: Hitler declares legal unity of the German State and
Nazi Party
1934
August 2: Death of Hindenburg. Hitler becomes Head of State and
Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces
1935
Summer: Juden Verboteit (No Jews) signs increase in number
outside towns, villages, restaurants and stores
September 15: Reichstag passes anti-Semitic "Nuremberg Laws"
1936
October 25: Hitler and Mussolini form Rome-Berlin Axis
November 25: Germany and Japan sign military pact
1937
July 16: Buchenwald concentration camp opens
1938
March 13: Annexation of Austria to the Third Reich. Nazis apply
anti-Semitic laws.
July 6: International conference at Eviai., France, fails to provide
refuge for German Jews
September 29: Munich Agreement: Britain and France accept
German annexation of Sudetenland, part of Czechoslovakia
October 5: Passports of Jews are marked with the letter J"
(continued on ptgi 3)


THE CRIME WE CANNOT NEGLECT OR FORGET
The Record The Holocaust in History, ii.i
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Yivo institute 'or Jewish Research
Samuel Eitert. director.
Audio-Visual Department.
Anti-Defamation League ot B'nai B'rith
Milton Meltzer. author.
Never tc Forget
Man Nadei. author
Portraits ot the American Jew
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Publications Department.
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tan
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Acknowledgment*
AOL is mflebteO to tie following sources
for permission to 'epnnt their material-
Associated P-ess fo- pe'mission to use all
articles c-edited to it herein. Tne New York
Times, for permission to use aft articles
credited to it nerem Copyright C 1935/37/
38/39/4C/41/43/45 by The New York
Times. Reuters Limited, for permission to
use t"e article cedited to it herein; United
Press International <0' permission to use
all articles credited to it herein; Whitney
Communications, for permission to use the
article credited to the Herald Tribune: The
New Republic for permission to n
exce'Pts from "First Interview witn Vice
Chancellor Ado Hitler Copyright by
The New Republic
Acknowledgment s made for permission to
quote from the following works:
le Re.ce- Jewish Resistance in
Haz -Occjsec Easter- Eu-ooe. copyght
' Dy Ea--es and Noble Books Re-
Denied by permiss on of Bames and Noble
Books. Dawidow.cz. Lucy S A Holocaust
Reader, copyright 2 1976 by Lucy S
Dawidowicz Reprinted by permission of
Behrman House Inc.; Dobroszycki.
& Barba-a Ki-shenblatt-Gimbiett. Image
Before My Eyes, copyngnt 1977 by
Schocken Books Inc Reprinted by permis-
sion. Frank. Anne. 0/ary of a Young Girt.
copyright 1952 by Otto H. Frank Re-
printed by permission of Doubleday & Com-
pany, inc ; Goldsmith S J Jews n Transi-
tion, copyright S 1969 by S J Goldsmith
Reprinted by permission of Herri Press
Hilberg. Raul. Documents of Destruction,
copyright < 1971 by Raul Hilberg Re-
printed by perm.ssion of Franklin Watts
Inc Marcus Jacob Rader. The fl.se nd
Destiny of the German Jews, reprinted by
permission of the author; Shirer. William
L 8er/m Diary, copyright ffi 1940. 1941 by
William L Shirer Reprinted by permssion
o' Paul R Reynolds. Inc New York. New
York
The Saviors is adapted from Roll 0'
Honor by Or Arieh Baummger. Jerusalem
Yad Vashem 1970
The Crime We Cannot
Neglect or Forget
by Burton M. Joseph,
National Chairman,
Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith
The Nazi crime of genocide,
in which six million Jews were
killed, is history that we can
neglect or forget only at our
peril. Yet, perhaps because we
cannot readily grasp or
emotionally accept the carefully
planned and systematic murder
of millions. The Holocaust is
largely forgotten or regarded
with apathy. Unfortunately,
most history and social studies
textbooks treat this subject
inadequately, and it is absent
from most classroom
discussion. In Europe and. to a
lesser extent, in the United
States we are beginning to
witness the appearance of
revisionist books that
shamefully declare The
Holocaust a myth.
Except among the most
hopelessly bigoted, NBC's
series will dispel the notion of
any myth. Here is Hitler's
appalling crime against
humanity, in all of its stark
visual truth. Here is the
ultimate meaning of hatred put
into the service of ideology.
Here is the efficiency of modern
technology corrupted into the
ghastly forms of gas chamber
and crematoria. The Holocaust
may not be mankind's first
experience with genocide, but
it is by far the most horrendous.
Sadly, it may not be our last.
We have an obligation to
ourselves and future
generations. Our obligation is
to make the lessons of The
Holocaust a part of the human
mind and spirit. That is the goal
of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith. NBC has made
a magnificent contribution to
thai education a con-
tribution whose value will
continue far into the future.
The Organized
Destruction oi
European Jewry
Two developments were in-
tertwined in the Nazi assault on
the Jews. One was a German
administrative process evolving
from ponderously slow
beginnings to a massive climax.
the other a progressive en-
feeblement of the Jewish
population in the German vise.
The German buildup ensnared
the Jews in laws, decrees, and
regulations. The Germans
issued instruction; the Jews
reorganized their lives. The
Germans became harsh, the
Jews more vulnerable in their
quandary. As German moves
became ominous, the Jews
clung to hope. The Germans
pressed on relentlessly and the
Jews despaired. The outer
limits were reached: never
before had an act been so ex-
treme, a loss so total.
When Adolf Hitler came to
power in 1933, a modern
bureaucracy set out for the first
time to destroy an entire
people. That machinery of
destruction was not a single
organization but a network of
offices in the party, the
ministries, the army, and
industry. Its onslaught on the
Jews was not planned in ad-
vance but developed blow by
blow. In spite of such decen
tralization, few operations
could have been more efficient
than this singular deed in the
midst of a general war.
From; Raul Hilberg. Documents
of Destruction. New York:
Franklin Watts. 1971
A New Years Card
FromVilna
by GERALD GREEN
Author and Scriptwriter
for "Holocaust"
Years ago. during my
bovhood in Brownsville.
Brooklyn, N.Y.. my mother
received a Rosh Hashanah card
every year from distant cousins
in Vilna. I don't remember the
precise relationship of the
people who sent the card. But
they were Matzkins, as was my
mother, and I'm told that all
Matzkins are related and most
are from the Vilna region.
I recall the card clearly. It
was from a brother and sister,
both single, in their early
twenties. The young man was a
professional photographer. He
would make up his own card
a tinted photograph of himself
and his sister. Smiling, gentle
people, fair-skinned, with
curling hair. And next to it a
greeting to his cousins in the
Matzkin family in Yiddish.
The cards stopped coming in
1939. We knew why.
Often I asked my mother and
her brotherswhat happened
to the photographer and his
sister.' Did anyone know? They
had vanished, consumed in The
Holocaust, victims of the
greatest crime in history,
sacrifices to the barbarian
racialism, the nationalistic
madness that gripped a Europe
under the iron rule of the
demon king and his remorseless
murderers.
"Nothing happens in
Germany without my
knowledge," Hitler bragged.
In Munich, in the twenties, he
boasted that when he came to
power he would hang a Jew
from every lamp post in
Munich till the bodies stank,
cut them down and repeat the
process, until every Jew in
Munich was dead. Then he
would begin on other cities. In
the middle thirties, the Fuehrer
informed the Italian am-
bassador that in five hundred
years Adolf Hitler would be
remembered for one thing alone
the annihilation of the Jews.
So much for recent
revisionist "historians" who
claim that Hitler really didn't
want to gas all those women
and children and innocents;
that the allies forced his hand;
that underlings like Heydrich
and Eichmann acted on their
own. Liars beget liars. And
Hitler, supreme terrorist,
murderer and liar has ap-
parently given birth, thirty-five
years after the great crime, to a
brood of lying "scholars."
"Holocaust" will help set the
record straight. '
Over the years I often
thought of the vanished brother
and sister. Had my grand-
parents not been brave enough,
(conlmutd on page 16)
DISCUSSION GUIDE
THEME I:
OVERVIEW
There was a time that when
nations engaged in war, warrior
was pitted against warrior.
Civilians suffered, often deeply,
but usually incidentally or
accidentally. It was the National
Socialist Party the Nazis
of post-World War I Germany
that first mobilized the entire
might of a modern, industrialized
society against an unarmed and
unprepared people civilians
whose only offense was that
they were members of a
minority faith. There were no
soldiers among this enemy
no guns, no tanks, no planes.
They were scattered over the
land, m small enclaves,
unprotected amid the general
population. They had no
awareness, most of them, until it
was too late, of the extent of the
hatred directed against them.
And when at last some of them
arose in desperate struggle,
they were far too few and much
too weak, and they were
doomed, as were their brethren
who went quietly to their deaths.
Jews themselves chose the term
Holocaust to describe their
ordeal under the Nazis
Holocaust means complete
destruction by fire.
The Holocaust began way
before Adolf Hitler came to
power in 1933 and proclaimed
the Third Reich As early as
1924. Nazis had introduced
anti-Jewish bills in the
Reichstag. The resolutions were
hooted down, jeered as the
ideas of lunatics A little more
than a decade later the same
bills were the law of the land,
and faithfully obeyed by the
populace
As early as 1925 the Nazis
began open espousal of their
true program: The Final
Solution. It was veiled, to be
sure, expressed in code words,
ambiguous. But it was there for
the world to hear, time enough
for something to have been
done
The personal attacks against
the Jews of Germany were
followed by laws depriving them
of their citizenship, their nghts.
their businesses, their homes
and finally their lives.
The isolation from the society
they felt was their own
culminated on the night of
November 9, 1938, in
Kristallnacht: night of glass,
literally, but Night of Broken
Glass, in reality and now in
name Kristallnacht:
spontaneous reprisals for the
shooting of a diplomat, the
Nazis said, until their own
documents proved it to be a
well-planned pogrom.
Kristallnacht: in which
synagogues and Jewish shops
and Jewish businesses and
Jewish homes were attacked
and destroyed by frenzied mobs
more military than civilian.
The tragic drama might not
have occurred, though, or
having begun, might have been
halted. Hitler came to power
legally, using the law to
undermine the meaning of law;
using deception at first and force
later. But men and women of
goodwill in Germany caught up
in their own personal interests
dismissed his malevolence ana
the evil of his National Socialist
ideology as irrelevant to them
The leaders of the Western
allies had been presented with a
blueprint of his plans for
conquest and ignored it.
acquiescing to his occupation of
the Rhineland and Austria and
Czechoslovakia The authorities
of the Christian churches ot
Europe bought their peace with
the murderer rather than raise
their voices in moral indignation
and condemnation Few nations
would even open their borders
to those who tried to escape
Millions of lives would have
been saved. But except for
those Jews saved by the
heroism of the Danes and by
some brave souls in occupied
lands Righteous Gentiles.
they are called now the Jews
were dnven to their deaths.
leaving at war's end a pitiful
remnant of survivors, one-third
of their former number
And so the tragedy ran its
course. Wherever the Nazis
conquered, they rounded up the
Jews, separated them from the
native population herded them
into ghettos killed them.
Jewish leaders were forced to
assist in the programs of
annihilation. Etnsatzgruppen.
special action squads the
special action being
extermination accompanied
regular army units and marchec
communities of Jews outside
captured towns ana shot them
down in pits the victims
themselves had been forced t:
dig. Hordes of Jews were sent
in crowded trams in boxcars
and cattlecars to
concentration camps where *
gas and fire, they were
destroyed by the hundreds of
thousands Those who were not
put to death directly were used
for forced labor or inhuman
medical experiments
Finally, the Free World awoke
and arose against the Nazis
Overextended by its own
ambition and caught m its ow"
duplicity, the Third Reich was
brought down Its chief
architects. Hitler and GoebM*
lay dead in its rubble Others
were rounded up and while tne
world tried to comprehend tne''
brutality, the enormity of
deeds, they were tried and
sentenced, some to death, somf
to jail. Still others escaped
some, like Eichmann. to be
hunted down and captured
years later; some, many
perhaps, to remain at large,
even today ,
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tHi Record The Holocaust in History, 1955-1945
3 The Ann Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and The Na
tional Council for ihc Social Studies
THE HOLOCAUST CHRONOLOGY
d from filgl 11
[November 7: Herschel Grynszpan, whose parents were deported
from Germany to Poland, assassinates Ernst vom Rath, Third
Secretary of the German Embassy in Paris
\ November 9: Kristallnacht(Night of Broken Glass), anti-Semitic
riots in Germany and Austria, synagogues are destroyed, shops
are looted.
ISovember 12: 26,000 Jews are arrested and sent to concentration
camps
[November 15: Jewish children are expelled from German schools
[December 13: Decree on "Aryanization" (compulsory ex-
propriation of Jewish industries, businesses and shops) is enacted
[1939
\ March 15 Germans occupy Czechoslovakia
7b/)' 26 Adolf Eichmann is placed in charge of Prague branch of
the emigration office
\ August 23: Soviet-German N on-Aggression Pact
{September 1 German Army invades Poland. Beginning of World
War II
I September 3 Britain and France declare war on Germany
[September 17: Soviet occupation of Eastern Poland
October 12: First deportation of Jews from Austria and Moravia to
Poland
\Sotember 23: Wearing of Judenstern (Jewish six-pointed Star of
Davids is made compulsory throughout occupied Poland
11940
\ April 9 Germans invade Denmark and Norway
\ April 30 Ghetto at Lodz, Poland is sealed off
\May 10 Germans invade Holland. Belgium and France
[June 4 British Army evacuates its forces from Dunkirk, France
\June 22. France surrenders to the Germans
\Stptember 27: Berlin-Rome-Tokyo Axis is established
\November 15: Warsaw Ghetto is sealed off
1941
\june 22: Germans attack the Soviet Union
\July 8: Wearing of the Jewish star is decreed in the German
occupied Baltic states
[July 31 Heydrich is appointed by Goering to carry out 'The Final
Solution" (extermination of all Jews in Europe)
\September 15: Wearing of the Jewish star is decreed throughout
the Greater Reich
\September 23: First experiments with gassing are made at Ausch-
witz
I October 10: Theresienstadt Ghetto in Czechoslovakia is established
Oc/ofcr 14- Deportation of German Jews begins
Oc/ofor 23- Massacre in Odessa 34,000 dead
[October 28: Massacre in Kiev 34,000 dead
November 6 Massacre in Rovno 15,000 dead
[December 7 Japanese attack Pearl Harbor
[December 8: United States enters the war
[December 8: Chelmno extermination camp on the Ner River in
Poland is opened
December 8: Massacre in Riga 27,000 dead
[December 22: Massacre in Vilna 32,000 dead
1942
[January 20. Wannsee Conference on Nazi "Final Solution of the
Jewish Question"
[January 21: Unified resistance organization is established in Vilna
Ghetto. Jewish resistance groups expand in number throughout
Eastern Europe.
[June 1 Treblinka death camp opens. Wearing of the Jewish star is
decreed in Nazi-occupied France and Holland.
[July 22 300,000 Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto are deported to
Treblinka
[July 28 Jewish resistance organization is established in the
Warsaw Ghetto.
October 17: Allied nations pledge to punish Germans for their
policy of genocide
.;" [JPmtuat Resistance," emulated by the Union American Hebreu
1943
January 18: Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto launch uprising against
Nazi deportations. Street fighting lasts for four days.
February 2: German Sixth Army surrenders at Stalingrad. This
marks the turning point in the war
April 19: Revolt of Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto begins. Fighting
continues for weeks
May 16 Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto
June 11: Himmler orders liquidation of all Polish Jewish ghettos
June-September: Hundreds of Jewish partisans leave the Vilna
Ghetto for the forest where they continue their resistance to the
Nazis.
August 2: Revolt at Treblinka death camp
August lb: Revolt in Bialystok Ghetto
September 23: Liquidation of the Vilna Ghetto
October 20: United Nations War Crimes Commission is
established
1944
May 15-June 8: 476,000 Jews are deported from Hungary to
Auschwitz
June 4: Allies in Rome
June 6. D Day, Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied Western Europe
begins in Normandy, France
June 23 Soviet summer offensive begins
July 24: Soviet troops liberate Maidanek death camp
October 23: Paris is liberated by Allied armies
November 24: Himmler orders destruction of Auschwitz
crematoria as Nazis try to hide evidence of the death camps
1945
January 17: Soviet troops liberate Warsaw
February 4-11: Yalta Conference in the Crimea
March 5: American troops reach the Rhine River
April 11: American troops liberate Buchenwald death camp
April 15: British troops liberate Bergen-Belsen death camp
April 25: American and Soviet troops meet at the Elbe River
April 30: Hitler commits suicide
May 7: Germany surrenders unconditionally. End of the war in
Europe
August 15. Japan surrenders unconditionally. End of World War II
November 22: Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal commences
The Nuremberg Trials concluded on October 1, 1946, which
happened to be the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), with a
judgment in which twelve defendants were sentenced to death,
three to life imprisonment, four to various prison terms, and
three acquitted.
Teaching The Holocaust by EHe Wletd
(tmlinutdfnim Pigi V
I received a letter from a
professor at the Sorbonne. Yes,
there were ovens in the camps,
he says, but only for the sick
people, never were there any
gas chambers. There is a
movement now which has one
aim: Not only to rewrite
history, but to destroy it and in
so doing, humble and
humiliate those teachers who
still not only remember, but
still secretly carry their
wounds. If we are to believe
these morally deranged,
perverted so-called historians,
the Holocaust never took place,
the victims did not perish, the
six million blackmailed the
German people, the ovens in
Auschwitz were bakeries...
This attempt to deprive the
victim of his or her past is
obscene. But it's not new.
"The Diary of Anne Frank"
was only recently termed a
forgery by an ambassador at the
United Nations. And to my
shame as a human being, no
one at the U.N. spit in his face.
A prominent European
playwright wrote about the
Auschwitz trial and managed
not to mention the word Jew.
There is no monument for
Jewish victims in Babi Yar, as
there is none in Auschwitz.
Is it not beneath our dignity
and the dignity of the deaths to
refute these lies? But, then, is
silence the answer? It never
was, and that is why the
survivors chose to teach. What
is their testimony if not
teaching?
They would much rather
speak of other things, but who
then would protest against the
indecent attempts to kill the
victims again? Where are the
humanists today? Why are the
professors of history all over
America not speaking out in
one voice in outrage? And what
about the American soldiers
who liberated the camps? They
saw ... I remember them. Why
don't they speak up? Why
don't they become witnesses?
More than sadness, I feel
despair, and even more than
despair, I feel disgust. But one
doesn't stop. We go on
teaching.
A new Holocaust cannot
happen, not a systematic
undertaking with ghettos,
camps, barbed wire. But given
the proper circumstances, even
the political situation in the
Middle East, the economic
situation here, I can foresee an
upsurge of an anti-Semitic
movement that would bring
fear to this country. Should the
desecrators succeed in planting
doubts in people's hearts,
should teachers fail, and I am
Jewish fellow "Star of David"/
Photo credit: Yivo Institute for
Jewish Research
"Vi* of the concentration camp
at Compiegne." drawing />) Izis
Kischka modi as an internet /
From the exhibition, "Spiritual
Resistance," circulated b\ the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gn Rations
included among the teachers,
we will betray the victims for
the last time, we will complete
the killer's work. He wanted to
destroy the living Jews and
burn the dead Jews. Anyone
who does not engage actively
today in keeping these
memories alive is an accomplice
of the killer.
So we teach, but how can I, a
teacher, explain to my students
so many things related to the
Holocaust? How can I explain
the indifference of so many
nations and so many leaders, to
so many Jews? ... In the
ideology of Hitler, the deranged
mixture of political expediency,
religious bigotry, social in-
tolerance and even sexual
perversion, there was
something that should make us
think. He said the world
doesn't want the Jews. And
what can one say? It was true.
They were convinced that
one day all nations would be
grateful to the Nazis for doing
their work for them. That is
what Hitler and Himmler
believed... Goebbels mentioned
it frequently in his diaries ... All
this because the world was
silent.
How do you tell children, big
and small, that society could
lose its mind and start mur-
dering its own soul? How do
you unveil horrors without
offering at the same time some
measure of hope? Hope in
what? In whom? In progress,
in science and literature and
God? In the viability of human
endeavors? ... The Holocaust
was preceded not by the Middle
Ages but by emancipation, and
enlightenment ... One
generation after the event, we,
although we are teachers, find
it difficult to absorb its anguish
and fervor ... For a long while, I
resisted telling the story ... I
clung to the belief that it was all
a bad dream, mine or God's.
But it was no dream. It was
true. You encounter difficulties
in teaching? So do I....
You think of the past, and
you are faced with two options
despise the living or try to
help them. You can either
spread misfortune or curtail
it....
I teach. I teach the children
... It's more than a matter of
communicating knowledge.
Whoever engages in this field
becomes a messenger.
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of humanities m Boston
Ueirersit) and juiho< oi "Mt leagers
Of God," "Sixhi" and "S uls /
Fin ," among other boots.


BEFORE WORLD WAR II IN EUROPE
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I9)).|MS,
THE JEWISH STRUGGLE
FOR EMANCIPATION
by Jacob R. Marcus
After centuries of silent
suffering. the dawn of
democracy in America and
France spurred the Jews of
Germany to hope for eman-
cipation. In 1871. after a tense
hundred-year struggle, the
Jews were finally granted
"formal equality" in the
German Empire. The victory-
was far from complete,
however, for neither the rulers
nor the dominating landed and
military aristocracy were
minded to reverse their
traditional unsympathetic
attitude toward the Jews;
individually they did all they
could to stifle Jewish advance
and to prevent absolute
equality. Few Jews were
allowed to become full
professors at the universities;
even fewer were commissioned
as officers of the Imperial
Army; and it remained
practically impossible for a Jew-
to be appointed to either the
diplomatic, the consular, of the
civil service. The equality-
afforded to Jews was, thus,
formal but not all-embracing.
This position of "formal
^quality'' continued
throughout the existence of the
Second Empire (1871-1918).
However, there came in close
succession the War, the
collapse of the Empire
(November, 1918), the flight
of the erratic Kaiser William II,
and the rise to power of new-
elements; the business man
and the working class.
With these changes came a
more liberal attitude toward the
Jews. They were now admitted
into the various branches of
civil service, although not in
proportion to their numbers. In
the field of education, too.
there was a change for the
better; more Jews were ac-
cepted as teachers in the
secondary schools and as in-
structors in the universities.
More Jews engaged in politics;
a few even became cabinet
members. More economic
opportunities were afforded
them. Wider fields for literary,
artistic, and journalistic work
we.e opened to them. As part of
the bourgeoisie, now in power,
their social status likewise
improved.
The democratic' Weimar
Constitution of 1919 granted to
the Jewish religious com-
munity the same right to
financial support that it ac-
corded the other church
groups. The struggle for
emancipation and absolute
equality seemed at last to have
ended successfully. The Jew
under the Republic was more
willingly accepted as an equal in
the economic, political,
educational, and social life of
the community than at any
previous time in history; the
Fatherland seemed at last to
have acknowledged the
legitimacy of one of its oldest
and most loyal sons.
From Jacob R. Marcus. The Rise
and Destiny of the German Jeu\ '
New York Lnion of American
Hebrew Congregations. 1934.
Jewish
Settlements
in Poland
Even before the establish
ment of the first Polish
kingdom in the tenth century.
Jewish merchants visited
Poland in the course of their
journeys. While the very first
settlers came from the east in
the tenth century, the earliest
large-scale migrations to
Poland, between the twelfth
and fifteenth centuries, were
from the west. Most of the
settlers fled from German land?
and Bohemia during the
Crusades and the period of the
Black Death. They were
followed by Jews who sought
asyli'm in Poland and other
countries after their expulsion
from Spain and Portugal in
1492-1493.
City Dweller.
Unlike the largely peasant
Slavic populations, the Jews
were city dwellers and skilled
craftsmen. They also were
experienced in trade and fiscal
matters. Polish kings and
princes, who welcomed the
contribution the Jews could
make to Poland's economic
development, encouraged them
to settle and offered them
protection.
With the unification of
Poland and Lithuania in 1369.
the newly formed Com-
monwealth extended from the
Baltic to the Black Sea. and
included within its boundaries
Poles. Ukrainians, White
Russians, Lithuanians, and
others. Jews, who had taken
part in the early development of
towns and cities in Poland
proper, now played a major role
in the colonization of the
outlying areas of the Com-
monwealth. Active in local
commerce, they also exercised
a virtual monopoly over entire
branches of national and in-
ternational trade, for example,
timber and hides. Many were
employed as tax collectors and
as stewards of estates and in-
dustries belonging to the
nobility, including salt mines,
mills, and the production and
sale of alcoholic beverages.
The Golden Age
During the fifteenth and
sixteenth centuries, the Golden
Age of Polish Jewry, the Jews
enjoyed relative freedom within
the feudal structure of Poland.
They could travel inside and
outside the country, engage in
a variety of occupations, and
practice their religion and self-
government. These rights,
which were basic to their way of
life, depended on privileges
granted to them by the
generally sympathetic kings
and nobility. However,
pressures from the town-
speople, their economic
competitors, and from the
clergy, who objected to their
faith, forced even tolerant
rulers to place restrictions on
the place and manner in which
Jews might live. Individual
cities were at times granted the
Before ibe rise of Nazism,
German) Photo ere, Hanf S ra I
M) /-'. Wed A Knopf.
privilege de non tolerandis
Judaeis, which meant that Jews
could not live within their
limits. Sometimes Jews were
compelled to live within
designated areas within the
towns. They were also banned
from various spheres of
economic and social life.
Jews were resourceful in
coping with such restrictions.
When they were excluded from
city markets, they engaged in
foreign trade. If they were
forbidden to live in cities, they
settled in nearby towns. Most
important, their communities
developed a form of self-
governing administrative
organization, the kehillah.
Institutionally complete and
autonomous, the Jewish
community had its own
schools, hospitals, courts of
law, and welfare organizations.
From ca. 1580 to 1764, local
Jewish communities were
subject to the Council of the
Four Lands, the supreme
authority regulating the
communal life of Polish Jewry.
The seventeenth and
eighteenth centuries saw the
end of the Golden Age of Polish
The Ann -Delimit!.>n Uagueoi H mi B nth inJ The National ( ouruil i.n the Social Studio 4
DISCUSSION GUIDE
THEME II:
BEFORE THE WAR
IN EUROPE
There were 500.000 Jews in
Germany when the Nazis came
to power in 1933 They
constituted less than r- of the
German population A third of
them lived in Berlin, another
40o in other big cities Sixty
percent engaged in trade and
commerce. 25= in industry and
manual trades 12* in public
service and the professions,
mostly law and medione.
one-half were self-emcioyed
A Sense of Belonging
They were centrist comically,
they were non-Zionist they were
German. Indeed more than
80 o were natives They were
active participants in the
economic, social and cultural life
of their country They created
works on German themes in
literature, art and music Central
to them was their sense of
belonging. Nazism, for them.
was simply another
manifestation of anti-Semitism.
which they believed was the
historical fate of all Jews
In Poland it was different.
There were more Jews (3.3
million of them) and they
constituted a larger percentage
of the total population (10o). but
their lot was not as good
A Different Living
In Poland, too. the Jews were
urban more than three-quarters
of them lived in cities and towns
27o of Poland s urban
population But they earned their
living differently than the
German Jews In Poland, only a
third of the Jews were involved
in trade and commerce and only
about 6o were professionals
about 40o were engaged m
industry and handicrafts
Official Anti-Semitism
They were not nearly as we"
off as the Jews of Germany
They were not nearly as
assimilated either official
government policies of
anti-Semitism prevented that -
but they were a more united
community and enjoyed a nch
and vast network of religious.
educational, philanthropic, soaal
and cultural institutions without
companson in Europe
Jewish Identity
There were Zionists among
them and socialists, and rich
men and poor, but by and large
they identified themselves as
Jews. And they were proud of
Men studying the Talmud in a borne) rti 1,1937/PA
credit: Moryc Gri man, Raphael Abran Yh Insti-
tute for feu ish Research
Jewry. The country was
weakened by war and internal
conflict. In the years 1772-
1795, Poland was partitioned
and absorbed by neighboring
Austria. Prussia, and Russia,
who were to dominate her for
almost one hundred and fifty
years. The Jews, like the rest of
the population, were divided
among these three countries, in
which they confronted
economic, political, and
cultural conditions very dif-
ferent from those they had
known before the partitions.
Even though during the
nineteenth and twentieth cen-
turies radical changes in-
creasing secularization,
development of modern in-
dustry, emancipation took
place, basic patterns of Jewish
settlement, communal
organization, and occupation
persisted up until the eve of
World War II.
From Lucjan Dobrotzydd and
Barbara Kinchenblatt-Cimblett, _
Image Before My P.y, i \
Photographs History of], i< t\/i
Life in Poland. 1H64-193U New
York: Schocken Books. Inc..
1977
Using matenal from the
sources, compare
the Jewish communities of
Germany and Poland, as wen
as in other European countries.
examine their impact on the
native culture and the impact
the culture on them. e*a"'ne
the institutions they estaW*0
for their own well-being ana
examine their response to
anti-Semitism and the nse o'
Nazism What is your ethn'C
background, what kind ot
community did your own
forebears come from?


m Thf Recoiid: The Holocaust in History, 1933.1943
O The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and The National ( ouncil lor the Social Studies
THE RISE OF NAZI GERMANY /1933-1939
NAZI DOCUMENT
Law for the
Restoration of
the Professional
Civil Service
April 7, 1933
The Reich Government has
enacted the following law,
promulgated herewith:
1 (1) To restore a national
professional civil service and to
simplify administration, civil
servants may he dismissed from
iffice in accordance with the
regulations that follow, even in
the absence of the conditions
required therefor under present
law.
3 (1) Civil servants who
are not of Aryan descent are to
be retired ( 8 ff.); if they
are honorary officials, they are
to be dismissed from official
status.
Law Regarding
Admission
to The Bar
The Reich Government has
enacted the following law,
promulgated herewith:
1 The admission to the bar
of lawyers who, according to
the Law for the Restoration of
the Professional Civil Service of
April 7, 1933 {Reichsgesetz-
blatt I, p. 175), are of non-
Aryan descent may be revoked
until September 30, 1933.
f" nmi Lucy Dawidowicz, A
Holocaust Reader, New York:
Behriiuii House, Inc., 1976.
FIRST INTERVIEW
WITH REICH
CHANCELLOR
ADOLF HITLER
byH.V.Kaltenborn
Feb. 15, 1933 It is ex-
tremely difficult for American
correspondents to see Hitler.
He has a deep-rooted suspicion
of them all. It was only after I
had been passed upon by the
press department of the
Nationalist Socialist party that I
*as permitted to visit the new
Chancellor at his summer
"Brown House" a hundred or
so miles from Munich. Here he
*as living with his secretaries
and his bodyguards, seeing the
many callers who flocked to his
house daily.
His greeting, when I was
introduced to him. was per-
functory, suggesting latent
hostility, and mv first question
fought this forth into full
flame. I had asked him whether
his anti-Semitism concerned
Jews everywhere or whether he
had something specific against
German-Jews as such.
In America you exclude
any would be immigrants you
d not care to admit," he said
emphatically. -'You regulate
"leir number. Not content with
'hat. you prescribe their
Physical condition. Not content
w'th that, you insist on the
conformity of their political
opinions. We demand the same
Adolf Hiilt i surrounded b) thousands of Nazi sympathizers / Photo credit; Yit o Institute for Jewish Ret
right in Germany. We have no
concern with the Jews of other
lands, but we are very much
concerned about the anti-
German elements within our.
country. We demand the right
to deal with these elements as
we see fit. Jews have been the
intellectual proponents of
subversive anti-German
movements, and as such they
must be dealt with."
From: The New Republic, 2/li/ii.
Hersbruck
Purged of Jews
On Thursday at 5 p.m. the
swastika flag was hoisted on the
property of the last Jew to leave
Hersbruck. The Hersbruck
district is now definitely purged
of Jews. With pride and
satisfaction the population takes
cognizance of this fact,
recognizing that this "spring
cleaning" is first and foremost
due to district leader Party
comrade Sperber, who has
emphasized the Jewish danger
at thousands of meetings, until
the people realized the truth,
and the last Jew left the district
... We are firmly convinced
that other districts will soon
follow suit, and that the day is
not now far off when the whole
of Franconia will be rid of Jews,
just as that day must dawn
when throughout the whole of
Germany there will no longer
be one single Jew.
From: Froenkische Tagenzeilung,
J/26/J4.
Goebbels Warning
to Jews
"We have been very lenient
with the Jews. But if they think
that therefore they can still be
allowed on German stages,
offering art to the German
people; if they think that they
can still sneak into editorial
offices, writing for German
newspapers; if they still strut
across the Kurfurstendamm as
though nothing had happened,
they might take these words as
a final warning. Jewry can rest
assured that we will leave them
alone as long as they retire
quietly and modestly behind
their four walls, as long as they
are not provocative, and do not
affront the German people with
the claim to be treated as
equals. If the Jews do not listen
to this warning, they will have
themselves to blame for
anything that happens to
them."
From: Goebbels' speech on >/'11/34.
Plight of a
Jewish Lawyer
by William L. Shirer
BERLIN, April 11, 1935
Dr. S., a successful Jewish
lawyer who served his country
at the front in the war, sud-
denly appeared at our apart-
ment today after having spent
some months in the Gestapo
jail, Columbia House. Tess was
at home and reports he was in a
bad state, a little out of his
head, but apparendy aware of
his condition, because he was
afraid to go home and face his
family. Tess fortified him with
some whisky, cheered him up,
and sent him home. His wife
has been on the verge of
nervous prostration for a long
time. He said no charges had
been preferred against him
other than that he was a Jew or
a half-Jew and one of several
lawyers who had offered to help
defend Thalmann. Many Jews
come to us these days for advice
or help in getting to England or
America, but unfortunately
there is little we can do for
them.
From: William L. Shirer, Berlin .
Diary, New York; Alfred A.
Knopf, Inc.. 1940. 1941.
Brumi Department Store in
Berlin defaced by Nazis /Photo credit: Yivo Inshtute for Jewish Research
THE SHAME
OF
NUREMBERG
by Ralph W. Barnes
NUREMBERG. Germany,
Sept. 15, 1935 Stringent
new laws depriving German
Jews of all the rights of German
citizens and prohibiting
marriages between Jews and
"Aryans" (Gentiles) were
decreed by a subservient,
cheering Reichstag here
tonight, after an address by
Chancellor Adolf Hitler.
In addition, the swastika
banner of German Facism,
described to the Reichstag by
General Hermann Wilhelm
Goering as "the anti-Jewish
symbol of the world." was
declared to be the sole national
flag of the Reich. The black-
white-red emblem with its
imperial implications, was
abolished in its present form.
Tonight's decrees are
considered among the most
sweeping measures taken since
the Nazis came into power two
and a half years ago.
That proclaiming the
swastika flag as the national
banner was occasioned in part
by the rioting on the liner
Bremen in New York in July,
when the Nazi flag was torn
down, and by Magistrate Louis
B. Brodsky's subsequent
characterization of the swastika
standard as a "black flag of
piracy," it was indicated by
General Goering.
He declared: "It is
regrettable that the American
people recently tolerated an
impudent Jewish insult to our
flag, which has been to us a
holy symbol, under which we
have fought and suffered, and
under which Germany will
stand once and for all
throughout eternity."
Under the new statutes, Jews
in Germany will be put back
abruptly to their position in
Europe during the Middle Ages
and the Renaissance.
The laws constitute a signal
victory for the violent anti-
Jewish wing of the Nazi party,
led by Julius Streicher.
The new any-Jewish laws,
which go into effect January 1,
constitute realization of nearly
the whole anti-Semitic portion
of the Nazi program.
They are described as "laws
for the protection of German
blood and German honor." As
read before the Reichstag by
Goering, president of th
legislative body, they follow:
1. Marriages between Jew*
and German citizens are for
bidden;
2. Extra-marital relations
between Jews and Germans art
forbidden:
3. Jews are not permittee
to employ in their householc
German servants under the ag
of forty-five;
4. Jews are forbidden tc
hoist the swastika emblem (no*
the sole national flag);
5. Jews are permitted ti
hoist a racial flag of their owr
with assurance of officia
protection.
(continued on page 6)


THE RISE OF NAZI GERMANY /1933-1939
Thi Record The Holocaust in History, wu.iu.
The AMI IWmmHim Lh*u of B'nti Brith nd The National Council for the Socii! Studio 6
THE SHAME OF NUREMBERG
(CoMhnudfrom Pagtii
Violation of any of the first
three articles, concerning
marriage, sexual relations and
employment of servants, is
punishable by imprisonment at
hard labor. Violation of the
fourth article is punishable by
simple imprisonment.
Goering thereupon spoke at
length, explaining the new
anti-Jewish and citizenship
laws.
'We must preserve." the
Air Minister and Prussian
Premier said, "the Germanic
and Nordic purity of the race,
and must protect our women
and girls with every means at
our disposal. In this pure blood
stream will blossom forth a new
era of Germanic happiness.
"An example of our idea of
men sound to the core is found
in the men (100,000 Storm
Troopers) who marched before
Der Fuehrer today. That is
purity of race. Never again will
we let our Germanism be
infected and ruined by Jewish
infiltration.
"Every Nazi German finds
in his race and in his people the
highest fulfillment of his in-
dividual being, and is ready to
give up his whole life for both.
We hereby acknowledge our
fealty to this principle of right,
which is itself dictated by
nature."
Tonight's session of the
Reichstag was summoned
unexpectedly by Hitler after the
Nazi party congress had
convened here last week. All
but two or three of the 600
members are Nazi party men,
so they were ready at hand
when the session was an-
nounced.
The Reichstag, which is now
nothing more than a rubber
stamp, was called to order by
Goering at 9 P.M. in the
auditorium of the German
Cultural Union. On the
platform besides Hitler were
Rudolf Hess, deputy Nazi party
leader; Baron Konstantin von
Neurath, Foreign Minister;
General Werner von Blom-
berg. War Minister, and other
government officials.
After speaking of the three
laws, Goering asked the
Reichstag for unanimous
approval. Six hundred-odd
men, the bulk of them in brown
uniforms, leaped to their feet.
At various points during the
speeches of Hitler and Goering
there was enthusiastic
cheering.
A roar of laughter arose
when Goering proposed that
Jews should not be permitted to
employ in their households
"Aryan" servants under the
age of forty-five.
With the violently anti-
Jewish wing of the Nazi party
now apparently in the saddle,
further anti-Semitic measures,
supplementing those decreed by
the Reischstag here last night
withdrawing citizenship from
Jews a-'d forbidding Jewish-
"Aryan" (Gentile) marriages,
are expected to be enacted soon.
Re-establishment of the
ghetto is now under way, as is
manifest in the recent decision
to establish separate schools for
Jews. Two months ago Julius
Streichcr, anti-Semitic Nazi
leader of Franconia, urged on
the government the ghetto
policy with all its implications.
Streicher had his way in the
matter of the schools, and again
last night in the enactment of
the anti-Jewish laws.
There are definite indications
that Chancellor Adolf Hitler is
prepared to go much further
along the lines which Streicher
and others of his crew are
pointing out, with elimination
of all the Jews in Germany as
their ultimate aim.
Just now there is much
speculation as to how the
gradual realization of a ghetto
policy will affect Jews in
business. Although stringent
legal as well as extra-legal
measures are intended to
eliminate Jews from the
professions, direct interference
with their business activities
has been confined largely to
anti-Jewish boycotts and anti-
Jewish riots of a type which
now are frowned on even by
Streicher.
Hitler repeated in his speech
before the Reichstag last night a
passage of his proclamation at
the opening of the Nazi party
congress here that if the
agencies of the state proved
incapable of dealing with the
"enemy," including the
Jewish "enemy," the task
would be delegated by law to
the Nazi party.
From: \ni York lit raid Tribune,
9/16/35.
BELGIAN CLERGY
DECRIES NAZISM
BRUSSELS, Belgium,
March 26 (AP). A pastoral
letter condemning National
Socialism and racial theories
was read today in all Catholic
churches in Eastern Belgium,
including Eupen and Malmedy,
the areas detached from
Germany after the World War.
Pro-Nazi worshippers
demonstrated their disapproval
when the letter was read.
Tlu- Associated Press, 3/26/39.
REICH COURT
TAKES CHILDREN
FROM PARENTS
WALDENBERG, Ger-
many, Nov. 29. A district
court in this Silesian town
today deprived a father and
mother of their children
because they opposed the
National Socialist ideology,
taught their children not to give
the Hitler salute and were
pacifists. Both parents are
members of a Christian sect
known as International Bible
Researchers. They had adopted
a number of pacifist ideas of the
Quakers and similar sects.
The father denied that he had
tried to influence the children's
attitude toward the present
political regime. The court
ruled that the children could
not live in such an atmosphere
without becoming "enemies of
the State."
The Sett York Times, 11/30/37.
German soldiers on parade and crouds showing their support with the Nazi salute / Photo credit: \iio
Institute for Jewish Research
Jailed for Failing
to Salute
STRALSUND, Germany,
Jan. 7 Because he failed to
give the Nazi salute when a
band played the Nazi anthem a
Stralsund citizen was sentenced
today to two weeks' im-
prisonment. A Nazi paper in
near-by Stettin asserts that he
stood with his hands in his
pockets while the band played
the Horst Wessel Song, sacred
to every good National
Socialist.
The Vctc York Tim 1,1/8/35
115 Seized in
Niemoeller
Parade
BERLIN, Aug. 8. The
police arrested, but later
released, 115 demonstrators
who marched through the tree-
lined streets of suburban
Dahlem tonight in protest
against a ban on public prayer
meetings for imprisoned pastors
who had opposed Nazi church
restrictions.
The parade was believed to
have been the lirst public mass
demonstration against any
measure taken by the
Government under Nazi rule.
Several hundred members of
the Dahlem church of the Rev.
Martin Niemoeller, Protestant
leader in the fight against
government regulation of
church affairs, joined in the
march. Herr Niemoeller goes
on trial Tuesday charged with
having opposed Nazi church
restrictions.
The Associated Press. 8/8/37.
DISCUSSION GUIDE
THEME III:
THE RISE OF
NAZI GERMANY
1933-1939
Adolf Hitler did not spring
full-blown, like a phoenix, from
the ashes of the Weimar
Republic; he and his
brownshirted thugs had been
around for more than a decade
when Field Marshall von
Hindenburg elevated him to
chancellor on January 30. 1933
Hitler was in office less than
two months when he coerced
the Reichstag, with terror and
deceit, into approving the
Enabling Act. giving him legal
authority to subvert the
constitution, legitimizing his
dictatorship.
That was March 23, 1933.
Three days earlier, on March 20.
1933. Heinrich Himmler. then
provisional police president of
Munich, had established the first
concentration camp on the
grounds of a former gunpowder
factory in Dachau. Its purpose:
to remove from society those
who cannot be allowed to
remain free to continue to
agitate and to cause unrest.
The first prisoners were brought
in the following day; within ten
days, 15.000 persons had been
taken into "protective custody."
On April 7, the Reichstag
passed the "Law for the
Restoration of the Professional
Civil Service," authorizing the
elimination of Jews and political
opponents of the Nazis from the
civil service. It was the first
blatantly anti-Jewish law of the
Third Reich. It was followed,
within weeks, by others,
excluding Jews from the justice
system, the medical system am)
the educational system. There
were to be 400 such laws and
decrees during the twelve years
of the Nazi dictatorship.
Violence against Jews
escalated, not only encouraged
by the government but often
organized by it.
The world could no longer
ignore the little ex-corporal who
had been laughed at as a
crackpot, a madman, even by
his own countrymen But pea*
did, certain that the civilized
rational' Germans would not put
up with him for long, would not
allow mass meetings to replace
the voting booth, mass hystena
to replace democratic
government, the rule of terror:o
replace the law
The Nazis reacted outside
protests and turned them
against the Jews Hitler beguw
the Western leaders, as he hao
beguiled his own people -
including many Jews AndW
pogrom contmuec gotwofse^
There is ample mat**
available to trace the rise o
Nazism. What does it reven
about the nature of detract*
institutions and the nature <*
people? What role do
individuals play in a
government, and whs, **
other governments play
lessons can be learned torn
Adolf Hitler and the Nazis
Compare Germany* ant-W
laws with the Jim Cro^
that afflicted Black to***
How did Hitler, m so shorts
time, turn almost the enw
population of Germany *
cruel and mindless robots
What can we learn Irons*
of the rise of Nazism in
Germany?


Tin Rkord: The Holocaust in History, 19*J1945
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B nth and The National Council tor the Social Studies
Germany
Permits
Relief
by Quakers
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 2.
_ hree Philadelphians
returning today after a month's
Gi rmany as
es of the
\ Friends Service
rough! back word
miss n has been won
Nazi g< vernmeni to
el stations in
Germany to help persecuted
n also brought
agreement under
w.,\ the German
authorities and the American -
iritis h French In
tergovernmental Refugee
Committee to speed evacuation
of 150.000 heads of Jewish
families.
The group is composed of
Dr. Rutus M. Jones, Haverford
College professor, who is
chairman of the Friends
committee; D. Robert Yarnall,
'German tmvn manufacturer,
and George A. Walton,
headmaster of George School.
"We received full per-
mission to send Quaker
commissioners to Germany to
bring relief and to oversee its
distribution." Dr. Jones said.
"Everywhere we went.
however, we found the Jews
saying that they wanted above
all else to get out of the
countr.
"They said, "don't put food
and hunger first. We can stand
hunger. We can stand
anything, but get us out before
something more awful hap-
pens.'
When evacuation begins, he
said, transient camps would be
established outside Germany to
house refugees on their way to
permanent homes.
' Dr. Jones said that the
delegation observed evidence
that the German people as a
whole were not in entire
sympathy with the persecution.
The delegates had received
every cooperation and courtesy
from the German Government,
he added, but made no effort to
*e Hitler.
From: The New York Times,
t/3/39.
THE RISE OF NAZI GERMANY /1933-1939
Man wearing Jewish Slai f David" / Pbolo credit: Hadassah
Pi : Arc!
Jailed for
Quips on Nazis
BERLIN, June 5 (Reuters
Dtspatch) Wemer Finck
ne of the best known
wudeville stars in Germany,
s been put in a concentration
camp for "pulling the leg" of
Nazi leaders.
Although his jokes
Previously had been passed by
soviet police, he was
tested on May 10 when they
looped down on two Berlin
Carets and closed them. He
"as been detained since in a
*** police prison in Berlin.
"" 70-year-old mother has
^n unable to obtain any
"formation regarding his
whereabouts.
Nazis Order
Jews Over Six
Labeled
All Jews over 6 years of age
were ordered by the secret
police today to wear a large
yellow star of David with the
black superscription "Jew."
The order, issued by Secret
Police Chief Reinhard
Heydrich, said that Jews would
not be permitted to leave the
area in which they resided
without police permission. Jews
must not wear any orders or
decorations, Herr Heydrich
added.
"The star consists of a six-
pointed star, outlined in black
on yellow cloth the size of the
palm of one's hand, with a
black superscription: 'Jew'. It
must be worn visibly and firmly
sewed to the left breast of
clothing.'' ______
From: United Press
International, 9/7/41.
Fro
m Reuters Dispatch, 6/5/35.
German Liberty Party
Wars on Hitlerism
BERLIN, April 9. Anti-
Hitler propaganda, despite the
secret police, is beginning to
circulate again in Germany.
Today's mails contained a
manifesto of the "German
Liberty party" summoning
loyal Germans to free the
German nation from National
Socialist rule and demanding a
plebiscite on the question of
German participation in the
Spanish civil war. The en
velopes bore Berlin postmarks.
From: The N'< York Times,
4/10/37.
FEAR
SUICIDE WAVE
ON
REFUGEES'SHIP
HAVANA, May 31 (AP).
Captain Gustav Shroeder of
the Hamburg American liner
Saint Louis informed the Cuban
authorities today that he feared
a "collective suicide pact"
among his 917 German Jewish
refugee passengers, who are
scheduled to sail back to
Hamburg with him tomorrow,
Cuba having refused to admit
them.
He reported there was a
"state of .mutiny" aboard
which he could not control and,
therefore, he feared "open
mutiny''', when the ship left
Havana Harbor. .
Captain Juan Estevez
Maymir, chief aide of President
Federico Laredo Bru, had spent
several hours aboard the ship
investigating reports that
hundreds of the refugees were
threatening to take their lives if
the ship sailed back to Ger-
many.
Refugees on the St. Louis
assert they were unaware when
they left Germany of the decree
of May 5 under which ad-
mittance was denied them. The
Department of State has or-
dered investigation of the act of
five Cuban Consuls in Germany
who granted them visas.
The immigration authorities
today refused to permit the
landing of twelve refugees who
arrived aboard the liner Iller
from Bremen, Germany._____
From: The Associated Press.
5/31/39.
THE POGROM:
Kristallnacht
(Night of Broken Glass)
bv Otto D. Tolischus
BERLIN. Nov. 10 A
wave of destruction, looting
and incendiarism unparalleled
in Germany since the Thirty
irs War and in Europe
nerally since the Bolshevist
olution, swept over Great
day as National
Socialist cohorts took
vengeance on Jewish shops.
offices and synagogues for the
murder by a young Polish Jew
Ernst von Rath, third
secretary of the German
Embassy in Paris.
Wrecking, Looting and Burning
Beginning systematically in
the early morning hours in
almost every town and city in
the country, the wrecking,
looting and burning continued
all day. Huge but mostly silent
crowds looked on and the police
confined themselves to
regulating traffic and making
wholesale arrests of Jews "for
their own protection."
All day the main shopping
districts as well as the side
streets of Berlin and in-
numerable other places
resounded to the shattering of
shop windows falling to the
pavement, the dull thuds of
furniture and fittings being
pounded to pieces and the
clamor of fire brigades rushing
to burning shops and
synagogues. Although shop
fires were quickly extinguished,
synagogue fires were merely
kept from spreading to ad-
joining buildings.
Violence to Property
As far as could be ascertained
the violence was mainly
confined to property. Although
individuals were beaten,
reports so far tell of the death of
only two persons a Jew in
Polzin, Pomerania, and
another in Bunzdorf.
In extent, intensity and total
damage, however, the day's
outbreaks exceeded even those
of the 1918 revolution and by
nightfall there was scarcely a
Jewish shop, cafe, office or
synagogue in the country that
was not either wrecked, burned
severely or damaged.
Thereupon Propaganda
Minister Joseph Goebbels
issued the following
proclamation:
"The justified and un-
derstandable anger of the
German people over the
cowardly Jewish murder of a
German diplomat in Paris
found extensive expression
during last night. In numerous
cities and towns of the Reich
retaliatory action has been
undertaken against Jewish
buildings and businesses.
"Now a strict request is
issued to the entire population
to cease immediately all further
demonstrations and actions
against Jewry, no matter what
kind. A final answer to the
Jewish assassination in Paris
will be given to Jewry by way of
legislation and ordinance."
What this legal action is
going to be remains to be seen.
It is known, however, that
measures for the extensive
expulsion of foreign Jews are
already being prepared in the
Interior Ministry, and some
towns, like Munich, have
ordered all Jews to leave within
forty-eight hours. All Jewish
organizational, cultural and
publishing activity has been
suspended. It is assumed that
the Jews, who have now lost
most of their possessions and
livelihood, will cither be
thrown into the streets or put
into ghettos and concentration
camps, or impressed into labor
brigades and put to work for the
Third Reich, as the children of
Israel were once before for the
Pharaohs.
In any case, all day in Berlin,
as throughout the country,
thousands of Jews, mostly
men. were being taken from
their homes and arrested in
particular prominent Jewish
leaders, who in some cases, it is
understood, were told they
were being held as hostages for
the good behavior of Jewry
outside Germany.
In Breslau they were hunted
out even in the homes of non-
Jews where they might have
been hiding.
Synagogues Burned
Berlin papers also mention
many cities and towns in which
anti-Jewish excesses occurred,
including Potsdam. Stettin.
Frankfort on the Main.
Leipzig, Luebeck, Cologne.
Nuremberg, Essen,
Duesseldorf, Konstanz,
Landsberg, Kottbus and
Eberswalde. In most of them, it
is reported, synagogues were
raided and burned and shops
were demolished. But in
general the press follows a
system of reporting only local
excesses so as to disguise the
national extent of the outbreak,
the full spread of which
probably never will be known.
Generally the crowds were
silent and the majority seemed
gravely disturbed by the
proceedings. Only members of
the wrecking squads shouted-
occasionally, "Perish Jewry!"
and "Kill the Jews!" and in
one case a person in the crowd (
shouted, "Why not hang the
owner in the window?"
An American Observer
In one case on the Kur-
fuerstendamm actual violence
was observed by an American
girl who saw one Jew with his
face bandaged dragged from a
shop, beaten and chased by a
crowd while a second Jew was
dragged from the same shop by
a single man who beat him as
the crowd looked on.
Grave doubt prevails
whether insurance companies
will honor their policies. Some
are reported to have flatly
refused to reimburse for the
damage because of its extent,
and, considering the standing
the Jew enjoys in German
courts today, there is little
likelihood of his collecting by
suing. But there still remains to
be settled the damage done to
"Aryan" houses and other
property.
From: The \i York Times,
11/10/38.


GERMANY DOMINATES EUROPE /1939-1945
"I'm Rhord Thf Holocai si in HBTOU i,m a
The Ann Ociamatiim l.cjyuc ol IVnai B nth ami Tilt National Council Inr tin- s culStwE, 0
GERMANY
INVADES
POLAND
BERLIN. Friday. Sept. 1
Charging that Germany had
been attacked. Chancellor
Hitler at 5:11 o'clock this
morning issued a proclamation
to the army declaring that from
now on force will be met with
force and calling on the armed
forces "to fulfill their duty to
the end."
The text of the proclamation
reads:
To the defense forces:
The Polish nation refused my
efforts for a peaceful regulation
of neighborly relations; instead
it has appealed to weapons.
Germans in Poland are
persecuted with a bloody terror
and are driven from their
homes. The series of border
violations, which are un-
bearable to a great power, prove
that the Poles no longer are
willing to respect the German
frontier. In order to put an end
to this frantic activity no other
means is left to me now than to
meet force with force.
"Battle for Honor"
German defense forces will
carry on the battle for the honor
of the living rights of the
reawakened German people
with firm determination.
I expect every German
soldier, in view of the great
tradition of eternal German
soldiery, to do his duty until
the end.
Remember always in all
situations you are the
representatives of National
Socialist Greater Germany!
Long live our people and our
Reich!
Berlin. Sept. 1, 1939.
ADOLF HITLER.
The commander-in-chief of
the air force issued a decree
effective immediately
prohibiting the passage of any
airplanes over German territory
excepting those of the Reich air
force or the government.
This morning the naval
authorities ordered all German
merchantile ships in the Baltic
Sea not to run to Danzig or
Polish ports.
A formal declaration of war
against Poland had not yet been
declared up to 8 o'clock (3
A.M. New York time) this
morning and the question of
whether the two countries are
in a state of active belligerency
is still open.
The Reichstag has been
summoned to meet at 10
o'clock (5 A.M. New York
time) to receive a more formal
declaration from Herr Hitler.
The Hitler army order is
interpreted as providing, for the
time being, armed defense of
the German frontiers against
aggression. The action is also
suspected of forcing in-
ternational diplomatic action.
The Germans announced
that foreigners remain in Polish
territory at their own risk.
The \ru York Tlmet. 9/1/39.
Map of Europe, June 1941 / Photo credit: The New York Times
Hitler Hints
of New Attacks
on Jews
Herr Hitler's prophecies
today, were not limited to the
military field, for he implied
that Jewry was going to be
eliminated from Europe
altogether. In the Reichstag
meeting of Sept. 1, 1939, in
which the invasion of Poland
was announced, the Chancellor
said he declared that if the
world were pushed into a
general war by Jewry "all
Jewry would then have
exhausted its role in Europe."
Perhaps they still laugh
about it, Herr Hitler added,
"just as formerly they laughed
about my prophecies." The
coming months and years, he
declared ominously, will prove
that "I was right there also."
"Already." Herr Hitler
asserted, "our racial views are
gripping people after people,
and I hope that also those
peoples who are today our
enemies will one day recognize
their internal enemy and that
they will enter into a front with
usthe front against in-
ternational Jewish exploitation
and corruption of peoples."
The New )"rk Times. 1/31/41.
BERLIN DEAN
HELD;
PRAYED FOR JEWS
By The Associated Press
BERLIN, Nov. 8The Rev.
Bernhard Lichtenberg, dean of
St. Hedwig's Roman Catholic
Cathedral here and sometimes
representative of the Bishop of
Berlin, has been arrested by the
German secret police and is
being held in Ploetzensee
Prison, in the northwestern
section of the city, reliable
sources said today.
These sources said that the
dean has been in custody for
two weeks, accused among
other things of offering prayers
for Jews, against whom in-
tensive Nazi measures recently
have been renewed.
Tli.- Associated Press, 11/8/41.
Germans Confined
for Talking
BERLIN, Feb. 24 (UP) -
Twenty-seven persons were
sent to concentration camps
last week on charges of
spreading false reports, the
Strassburger Zeitung today
quoted the police as an-
nouncing. Four others were
arrested on accusation of
making malicious remarks
against Germany.
United I'rcss International,2 2i/41.
ANNE FRANK: The
Diary of a Young Girl
After May 1940 good times
rapidly fled: first the war, then
the capitulation, followed by
the arrival of the Germans,
which is when the sufferings of
us Jews really began. Anti-
Jewish decrees followed each
other in quick succession. Jews
must wear a yellow star, Jews
must hand in their bicycles,
Jews are banned from trams
and are forbidden to drive. Jews
are only allowed to do their
shopping between three and
five o'clock and then only in
shops which bear the placard
"Jewish shop." Jews must be
indoors by eight o'clock and
cannot even sit in their own
gardens after that hour. Jews
are forbidden to visit theaters,
cinemas, and other places of
entertainment. Jews may not
take part in public sports.
Swimming baths, te.inis
courts, hockey fields, and other
sports grounds are all
prohibited to them. Jews may
not visit Christians. Jews must
go to Jewish schools, and many
more restrictions of a similar
kind. Saturday, 20 June, 1942
From: Anne Frank. The Diary <>/
a Young Cirl. New York: 1952
Doubled,i\ 6,- Company, Inc..
Jews
Still Trying to
Leave Germany
BERLIN, Nov. 4 While
the Jewish population of entire
towns and villages in Austria
and the Czech Protectorate is
being transported to Poland to
serve in labor battalions, Jews
in Germany still seek to make
use of every possibility to
emigrate.
Faced with the prospect of
being crowded into the
projected Jewish reservation in
Poland and knowing that their
limited finances will last only a
doubtful eighteen months
longer under the increasing
pressure of Nazi demands and
their own financial burdens,
they are striving, in spite of the
war, to fulfill the emigration
program.
The news filtering through
from conquered Poland is
anything but reassuring to the
German Jews, who are looking
forward to living in a protected
Jewish reservation.
The Jews from Greater
Germany who are working in
labor camps face a hard winter
in ill-equipped barracks, while
the Polish Jews, considered by
the Nazis as the lowest form of
Jewish humanity, have in
many cases not even the
doubtful security of the labor
camp. Their future, whether
the future reservation is created
or not, remains dark, indeed.
II" Veu York Times, 11/5/39
Sweden Offers
Asylum
to 7,000 Jews
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 2 In
a sweeping humitarian gesture
Sweden offered asylum today to
some 7,000 Jews arrested by
the Gestapo in Denmark Sept.
30 during the New Year
festivities. The offer was made
yesterday to German oc
cupation officials through the
Swedish Minister to Berlin, but
so far the Reich has not
deigned to answer.
Tin Veu York Tlmet, 10/3/43.
ADOLF HITLER
NARROWLY
ESCAPES
ASSASSINATION
BERLIN. Thursday, Nov. 9,
Chancellor Hider escaped
assassination last niht when j
death-dealing bomb exploded in
the historic BiK-r^rbraeu Hall
in Munich shortly after the
Chancellor left the premises to
return to Berlin on a special
train. (A United Press dispatch
from Berlin said the bomb
exploded only 15 minutes after
Herr Hitler left the building..
The following communique
was issued last night by D. N.
B., official German news
agency:
The Fuehrer arrived at
Munich today for a brief visit
on the occasion of the com
memoration ceremony of old
veterans. Instead of Rudolf
Hess, the Fuehrer personally
delivered the address in the
Buergerbraeukeller.
As affairs of State compelled
the Fuehrer to return to Berlin
tonight he left the Buer
gerbraukeller earlier than was
originally planned and departed
for the station, where he
boarded a train.
Six Killed, Sixty Hurt
Shordy after the departure of
the Fuehrer an explosion oc-
curred in the Buerger-
braeukeller. Of the old veterans
of the (Nazi) movement still
present, six were killed and
more than sixty wounded.
The Neu York Tim,. 11/11/30
~~REFOGEEAIir
DECLARED NOW NO
LONGER JEWISH
BURDEN ALONE
The deliverance oj refuges
from Central Europe is now not
a Jewish problem but rather
essentially Christian, speakers
declared yesterday at a lun-
cheon in the Bankers Club i
the American Committee for
Christian Refugees, at which an
appeal was made to the financial
district for funds to support the
committee's sen-ices.
James G. McDonald.
president of the Brooklyn
Institute of Arts and Sciences
and former High Commission*
of Refugees from Germany
the League of Nations; the Ke^
Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick;9
the Riverside Church, in-
juries M. Speers. chairman i
the American Committee W
Christian Refugees, and Ceo
Rublee, former director of >
Intergovernmental Commit.
on Refugees, all emphasized^ I
point. j
Nolongeristhema,on^
these victims of N*a f>*>
and religious intol*"*
Jewish," Mr. McDontid-J
'On the contrary, the i wg
the
number of those who have
to flee their homesjn
enlarged Reich are Chrtf
of which the maionty "
Catholics." __________
mum Mr******


9
Tui Rhokp Thi Hokxaim in History, 19)3-194)
ri Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B nth ami The National Council foi the Social Studiei
INTENSIFIED PERSECUTION OF JEWS /1939-1945
Eichmann
Directs
Jewish
Extermination
By Wireless to
The New York Times
STOCKHOLM. Sweden,
qc, 7. Well informed
circles hire said today that a
decree had been issued in Berlin
ordering the removal of all Jews
from Europe before the end of
the war. The sources said that
the order was issued by Adolf
Hitler himself.
This report coincided with an
article in Stockholm's Social
Demokraten saying that in-
formed circles in Berlin believe
the Swedish protest to Berlin in
behalf of Danish Jews has
caused a delay in their tran-
sportation to Poland. The
newspaper adds that
arrangements are being made
by prominent Nazi circles to
have the Jews interned in
Denmark.
The power behind the Nazi
persecution of Danish Jews is
the so-called "Jew Dictator,"
Storm Trooper Eichmann, the
newspaper is informed. Eich-
mann is known for his sadistic
hatred of Jews. He engineered
all the extermination action
against Jews in Germany and
the occupied territories. The
intervention of Eichmann in
Denmark is defended by
Germans in the following
manner: There is no Danish
Government and therefore
General Hanneken has
demanded that the Gestapo aid
in the execution of military
orders.
The \e\ York Times, 10/8/43.
ESTABLISHING THE
WARSAW GHETTO
by William L. Shirer
BERLIN, November 19,
1939 For almost two
months now there has been no
military action on land, sea, or
in the air. From talks with
German military people,
however, I'm convinced it
*ould be a mistake to think that
Germany will accept the Allied
challenge to fight this war
jjjrgely on the economic front.
That is just the kind of war in
which the Reich would be at a
^advantage. And that's one of
^ reasons why most people
here expect military action very
soon now.
Frank, the Governor-Gener-
al of occupied Poland, today
d(*reed that the Jewish ghetto
>n Warsaw henceforth must be
sl>ut off from the rest of the
capital by barricades and placed
under sharp police control. He
* peases and germs." An
American friend back from
Warsaw tonight tells me the
azi Policy is simply to ex
!niinate the Polish Jews.
'ney are being herded into
j^tern Poland and forced to
"ve m unheated shacks and
German soldiers rounding up victims for deportation in the Warsaw Ghetto / Photo credit: Yivo
Institute for Jewish Research
robbed of any opportunity of
earning bread and butter.
Several thousand Jews from the
Reich have also been sent to
eastern Poland to die, he says.
From: William I. Shirer, Berlin
Diary, New Vork Alfred A.
Knopf, Inc., H)40. 1941.
Belgians Free
Deportees
LONDON, Aug. 20 (ONA)
On April 20. 1,500 Jews
were being transported from
Malines to Poland in cattle cars
when the train was held up by a
band of Partisans, who
overpowered the German
guards, opened the cars and
distributed funds to the
deportees. Six hundred
deportees escaped. German
troops later opened fire on the
fleeing passengers, killing
twenty, wounding forty and
recapturing thirty. Those who
escaped were said to be hiding
in the Brussels area.
Oversea! News Agency, 8/2/43
Beobachter of the death of
Albert Kallweit, a Storm
Trooper who "on May 13 was
the victim of cowardly attack
during the performance of his
duty at a lonely post in the
Thuringian Forest," is taken
here as confirming a report of
the first known outbreak of
violence in a German con-
centration camp.
The report said two prisoners
had killed the guard with a
spade and that their escape
probably had been facilitated by
villagers.
The Sett York Times. 5/18/38
Prisoners Kill
Nazi Guard at
Concentration Camp
Special Cable to
The New York Times
BERLIN, May 17. A
notice in the obituary column
of the newspaper, Veelklscher
.
French Aid
Fleeing Jews
Aug.31 (Delayed)(U.P.)-Police
have begun mass arrests of
13,000 foreign Jews in
unoccupied France for
deportation to labor camps in
German-controlled Eastern
Europe and the French people
are aiding the Jews to resist
seizure, it was learned today.
The round-up began Aug. 26
at the command of the Ger-
mans, who at the same time
began arresting 20,000 foreign
Jews in the occupied zone.
Reports of the arrests in the
unoccupied zone have been
mentioned only briefly in the
Paris press, and not a line about
them has appeared in the
newspapers of unoccupied
^
" '
Congregation i
France.
In some cases French farmers
have defended Jewish fugitives
from the police with scythes.
Other Jews have barricaded
themselves in their homes or
fled to mountains and forests.
As a result, less than half of the
13,000 have been found.
Opposition was so great at
Toulouse that the departmental
Prefect sought permission to
augment police forces with
troops. The War Office refused,
but in four regions
Toulouse, Limoges, Lyon and
Montpellier only 3,787
Jews out of 7,129 were found.
United Press International, 9/3/42.
CONDITIONS
IN THE
WARSAW GHETTO
by Dr. Witold Majewski
I was in the ghetto three
times. I had permission to visit
it as a physician. The entrance
into the ghetto is under the
control of German and Polish
police; the interior is super-
vised by Jewish police. The
Warsaw street cars stop sixty or
seventy meters from the gates
of the ghetto. When they pass
the streets of the ghetto, the
cars dash through them so
swiftly that no one is able to
jump off. Typhus and other
epidemics rage in the ghetto.
Children under 3 years of age
and adults over 45 may not
receive medical attention. Jews
receive half the food which the
Poles receive. The Poles receive
100 grams of bread daily, the
Jews receive 100 grams by
ration cards every other day.
Sometimes kasha (buckwheat)
is given out, but not regularly
it's all very arbitrary. The
children in the ghetto are worse
off. Sometimes a bottle of milk
is pushed through the sewer
pipes near the ghetto walls.
Food is smuggled through the
walk in many different ways. In
the face of death by hunger, the
Jews risk their lives to obtain a
morsel of bread
I ",: (,.i:,l.i Poltka,
19-11.
DISCUSSION GUIDE
THEME IV:
GERMANY
DOMINATES EUROPE
AND INTENSIFIES
PERSECUTION
OF JEWS
1939-1945
Blitzkrieg! A new kind of war
especially for the Jews. Hitler
invaded Poland on September
1, 1939. and more than three
million Jews came under his
rule, some of them having been
deported there a year or two
earlier by the Nazis themselves.
Two years later Russia was
invaded and another three
million Jews were subjected to
Nazi rule. By that time virtually
all of Europe's Jews nine
million of them before the war
were being crushed under the
Nazi heel. Only one out of every
three would escape death.
Any doubts that the Nazis
would behave differently in
Eastern Europe than they had
acted toward the Jews of
Germany were dispelled early.
On September 16, 1939, the
eve of Rosh Hashana, the
beginning of the Jewish New
Year, the Luftwaffe, the German
air force, bombed the Jewish
quarter of Warsaw. The
significance of the attack was
unmistakable.
The response, in Warsaw and
elsewhere, was flight. Jewish
and non-Jewish refugees
crowded the roads, driven by
the advancing Wehrmacht as
dust before a broom.
The Jews, their rights and
livelihoods long gone in
Germany and elsewhere, were
marked: white armbands, yellow
Stars of David. The fact that
they had lived in ghettos, which
they accepted as an historical
truth, now became legally
enforced ghettoization. Judenrat,
Jewish governing councils, were
created by orders of the
occupying authorities to carry
out their murderous designs.
But the ghettos created by the
Nazis were not like the ghettos
the Jews had confined
themselves to during the Middle
Ages. The Medieval ghettos
were devised by Jews for
protection of themselves and
their institutions. These ghettos,
where starvation, exposure and
disease took their toll daily, were
part of the Final Solution for
Jewish destruction and
extermination. They were human
cages, no less cruel than the
concentration camps, and no
less deadly.
Again, (here is no lack of
documentation of this period of
Nazi rule. Study it, compare the
Nazi occupation to that of other
conquerors, compare the
reaction of those overrun to that
of other peoples who have been
subjugated by an oppressor
"The will to live is so strong that
it created the illusions to sustain
it." 7/j/s statement attempts to
explain why the Jews refused to
believe what their fate would be
at the hands of the Nazis Is this
an accurate psychological
judgment? What would you say
are the qualities needed to
survive in a ghetto?


THE DEPORTATIONS, MASS KILLINGS
The Record: The Holocaust in History, 19)3.1041
The Antil>lamati.>n League of B'nai Brith and The National Council for the Social Stud*,
94! 4.
10 T\J
Goebbels
Threatens
Extermination of
Jews in Reprisal
for Bombings
BERLIN. June 12 (From
German Broadcast Recorded by
The I Press in New
York1 Propaganda Minister
Joseph G bhels said tonight
that G iy would carry out
a mass "extermination" of
Jews m reprisal for the Allied
air bombings of German cities
which, he acknowledged, have
caused heavy damage.
Dr. Goebbels, in an article in
the publication The Reich, said
the Jews would be exterminated
throughout Europe "and
perhaps even beyond Europe"
in retaliation against the heavy
air assaults.
Dr. Goebbels said the
damage inflicted thus far on
German war production was
not great enough to cause
"serious setbacks." He
declared Germany would repay
"blow by blow" the air attacks
on her cities.
Prom: United Press
International 6713/42.
NAZI DOCUMENT
"A Total Clean-Up"
Himmler's Order, July 19,
1942
I order that the resettlement
of the entire Jewish population
of the Generalgouvernement be
carried out and completed by
December 31, 1942.
By December 31, 1942, no
persons of Jewish extraction are
to be found in the General-
gouvernement, except if they
are in the assembly camps of
Warsaw, Cracow,
Czestochowa, Radom, Lublin.
All other work projects em-
ploying Jewish labor must be
completed by then or, if
completion is not possible,
must be transferred to one of
the assembly camps.
These measures are
necessary for the ethnic
separation of races and peoples
required in the context of the
New Order of Europe, as well
as in the interest of the security
and purity of the German Reich
and the spheres of its interest.
Any breach in this proceeding
constitutes a threat to peace and
order in the entire sphere of
German interest, a starting
point for the resistance
movement, and a center of
moral and physical contagion.
For all these reasons, a total
cleanup is necessary and is
accordingly to be carried out.
Anticipated delays beyond the
deadline are to be reported to
me in time for early remedial
measures. AH requests from
other agencies for alterations or
for permission to make ex-
ceptions ire to be submitted to
me personally.
Heil Hitler!
(Signed) H. Himmkr
From: Lucy Dawidowicz, A
Holocaust Reader. New York:
Behrman House. Inc.. 1976.
2,000,000
MURDERS
BY NAZIS
CHARGED
By Wireless to
The New York Times
LONDON. Aug. 7 Polish
Labor Fights, a publication
ed here today, printed an
unt of a house maintained
he Germans at Treblinka.
rid, for the extermination
ws. In this place alone, it is
said, the Germans have killed
'0.000 persons.
The account of the
. utions opens with an
announcement the Germans
pinned up on the station where
the victims arrive.
'"You may be easy in your
mind as to your future." the
notice read. "You are going to
the east to work and your wives
will have care of your
household. Before you leave
you must have a bath and your
clothing must be deloused.
Your property will be restored
to you in proper condition."
Comply With Order
to Disrobe
Men, women and children
comply with the order for
disrobing and then states Polish
Labor Fights, comes the first
scene in the last act of the
Treblinka tragedy. The article
continues:
"Children and women go
first, urged on by whips of the
Germans. Faster and faster they
are driven and thicker and
thicker fall the blows on heads
paralyzed with terror and pain.
The silence of the woods is
shattered by the screams of
women and the oaths of
Germans.
"The victims now realize
their doom is near. At the
entrance of the death house the
No. 1 chief himself drives them
to cells, freely using a whip.
The floor of the cell is slippery.
Some fall and are unable to rise
because of the pressure of those
behind. Small children are flung
over the heads of the women.
"When the cells are filled
they are closed and sealed.
Steam is forced through
apertures and suffocation of the
victims begins. At first cries
can be heard but these
gradually subside and after
fifteen minutes all is silent. The
execution is over.
"When the trap is opened to
let the bodies drop down they
fall in a compact mass, stuck
together by the heat and steam.
Cold water is sprayed on them
with a hose aifter which the
grave-diggers pile the corpses
on a platform like the carcasses
of slaughtered animals.
"Often a gravedigger is too
weak to carry two bodies, as
ordered, so he ties arms or legs
together and runs to the burial
ground, dragging them behind
them.
Men Killed in Same Way
"The execution of men is
carried out in the same way.
They are driven along the same
path through the woods. On
their way to death the reactions
of the victims differ. Some
blaspheme, but all eventually
are silenced by blows.
Jewsuailhi} nil I 1 train .< I* chuitz / Photo credit.
Yr. In '. '//A '1 ti i b R< .
Mass 1 xecutions in the Warsau Ghetto / Phoi ,->,dit: Yh 0 Institute for
Jewish Research
"At times not all victims can
be squeezed into the death cells
at once, and those remaining
are kept near the house of
death. They can see and hear all
that takes place, but are so
numbed in their senses that
there is no sign of the instinct of
self-preservation.
"This is clear proof of the
condition to which they have
been reduced by ill treatment
and starvation."
The Xew York Times. 8/8/43.
JEWISH GIRLS
DROWNED
Deposition by Eric Pfaltsgraf
Prisoner of War
Ober-Corporal, 328th Inf.
Reg., 227th Grenadier Div.
The treatment of the Jews
was particularly revolting.
When the latter were seized
they were shockingly beaten
and then hanged. Officers
ordered Jewish girls to be
brought before them. These
girls were forced to dance in the
nude before the officers; they
were usually violated and then
brutally slaughtered. Schuman
was present when Jewish girls
had their clothes torn off their
backs and were drowned in a
well.
From: Jewish Black Book Committee
The Black Book.
Nazi Execution Mill
Reported in Poland
Feb. 11 (AP) A young
Polish Jew who escaped from a
mass execution in Poland with
the aid of false identification
papers repeated today a story
that the Germans operated an
"execution factory" in old
Russian fortifications in eastern
Poland.
The Jews were forced naked
onto a metal platform operated
as a hydraulic elevator which
lowered them into a huge vat
filled with water up to the
victims' necks, he said. They
were electrocuted by current
through the water. The
elevator then lifted the bodies to
a crematorium above, the
youth said.
The youth said he personally
had seen trainloads of Jews
leave Rawna Luska in eastern
Poland in the morning for the
crematorium at near-by Beljec
and return empty in the
evening. He was told the rest of
the story, he said, by in-
dividuals who escaped after
actually being taken inside the
factory. The fortifications, he
added, were built by the
Russians after they had oc-
cupied eastern Poland.
The Associated Press, 2/11/44
THE CLEANUP
Deposition by Eric Pfaltsgraf
Prisoner of War
Ober-Corporal, 328th Inf.
Reg., 227th Grenadier On,
...In the Uman, Kirovogndj
andKie\ distri the treatrnJ
accorded the cnouJ
to make
l'.niJ "' -maniij
Ku\ descril the SS
troops
Russiai
trooper'.
Of 'jitalinl
was ord< red
kirts rebels and par-l
tisans. and thousands ell
partisans J< n 5 and otherI
"crimins pu t to death f
He related that his unit t
ordered to attend the mas
shooting of these people and i
was therefore witness to 1 j
terrifying sight. About 5,0..
people of both sexes andallaga
were forced to di their graves I
and kneel before them. When
they were nuuhine-gunnej1]
they toppled over into the pitI
Another column approachai
the grave, they in turn wen I
mowed down. A third group I
was compelled to scatter earth
on the graves and then dig theirI
own. In these groups wen I
many women and children who!
begged for mercy, but theil
cries fell on de.it ears.
When this method of tt
nihilation became too tediool
the officers hit upon anotherI
one. Great masses of people
were driven to a crater which
had been prevously mined
When they were all there the
explosion was set off in such i
manner that the living clodsi\
earth buried the people beneath
them. After this, for some
minutes straight, the strip dI
ground was heavily fire uponwj
machine guns.
ProM.ftuiibBlad Book (
The Black B < _____
RUSSIAN
WAR PRISONERS
WERE EXECUTED
ANDCREMATQ
LONDON, Dec. 5 (UJM-
Evidence that Russian prwnw
of war were executed *
cremated in German at
centrations camps has m
offered to the emigre ^
Government by a Czech Art
officer who spent several)*"
in a German prison camp *
he escaped to England.
The officer's story *JJ
investigated by the C*
Government and wjB J"
published. He *___**_]
inmates of his concentrjj
ounp had found buttons^
Russian uniforms in uw
of bodies burned by *3
mans after constant
wholesale executions. I
officer said that some 9 J
uniforms were tho I
executed P'^'Z J
others had undoubtedly
,red *""
worn by
officers.
captuf
From: United Pre
International. 12/5/43-


11
The Record: Thk Holocaust in History, 1933194)
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nti B'rith and The National Council lor the Social Studies
RESISTANCE, THE FINAL SOLUTION
Appeal to
Resistance in
the Warsaw Ghetto
January 1,1942
Let us not go to slaughter like
sheep! Jewish youth, do not
trust the deceivers. Of the
80.000 Jews in Jerusalem of
Lithuania only 20.000 remain.
With our own eyes we saw our
parents, brothers and sisters
snatched away for ever. Where
are the hundreds of men
arrested by the police sup-
posedly to do some job of work?
Whtr.' are the naked women
and children taken away in the
horrifying night of the great
provocation? Where are the
|ews captured on Yom Kippur?
And where are our brothers
who were locked up in the
Second Ghetto? Those who
were taken from the ghetto will
never come back, for all the
roads from the Gestapo lead to
Ponary. And Ponary means
death!
Cast off the illusions of
people blinded by despair: your
children, your wives, your
husbands are no more! Ponary
is no camp. They have all been
shot. Hitler has invented a
system for the destruction of all
the Jews in Europe. It has been
our fate to be the first.
Let us not go like sheep to
slaughter! It is true that we are
weak and we have nobody to
help us. But our only dignified
answer to the enemy must be
resistance!
Brothers, it is better to die
like free fighters than to live by
the murderer's grace. Resist
until your last breatn:
From Reuben Mnszteln, Jewish
Resislana in \'azi-Occupied
Eas/i rn I urope. New York:
B.mirs & Noble Books. 147 I
Plea irom Warsaw
is Heard in London
LONDON, March 19 A
plea that the Allies should treat
German prisoners of war as
hostages for the safety of Jews
in Warsaw came in a message
from the Warsaw ghetto to the
Jewish labor representative of
the Polish National Council in
London today.
The message also urged that
the Pope should be petitioned to
intervene officially before the
"liquidation" of the ghetto
already speeded up by the Nazis
- has been completed.
The message said it was the
German intention to empty the
ghetto altogether and cited the
occasion a few days ago when
'he German police tried forcibly
to evacuate a large block of
densely populated houses. The
"imates resisted and fifty
Germans were killed. The
Germans then brought up
machine guns and some
hundreds of Jews were mur-
dered on the spot.
The slaughter continued for
three days until the whole block
was evacuated and 6,000 Jews
*ere taken away.
The message closed with the
words: "You must rouse the
whole world to action."
Tl* -Wii'York Times, 3/19/43.
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Jewish partisans of the Bielsk unit in Poland, Ma) 1944 / Photo credit: Yivo Institute for Jewish Research
Warsaw's Ghetto
Fights Deportation
The New York Times
LONDON, April 22
Armored cars and tanks have
moved into Warsaw, where the
ghetto populace is resisting
deportation of the city's
remaining 35,000 Jews. The
battle was still raging when the
Polish exile government in
London received its latest news
last night.
Those resisting are the most
active elements left after the
mass murders and deportations
of last Fall. The Polish un-
derground movement has
supplied arms and sent trained
commanders for a last stand,
which is said to be costing the
Germans many lives.
After Warsaw, the Cracow
ghetto is to be liquidated, it is
stated, deportations having
already started. Western Poland
has been incorporated into the
Reich and Jews there were
spared until recently. Now
special concentration camps
have been established near
Lodz, and other towns.
Polish circles here believe
1,300,000 Polish Jews already
have perished under the
German occupation.
The New York 7iH.v.4/23/43.
Battle is Reported
in Warsaw's Ghetto
LONDON, May 6, (U.P.)
A battle has been raging for
seventeen days in Warsaw's
ghetto, where Jews have
converted their homes into
forts and barricaded shops and
stores for defense posts, Polish
sources said today.
The Jews, fighting against
annihilation by the Nazis, were
reported using bedsteads as
bunkers and fighting with arms
smuggled into the ghetto.
An underground Polish radio
station several weeks ago
broadcast an appeal from
Warsaw for help. In a broadcast
that was terminated abruptly, it
reported that Warsaw's
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remaining Jews had been
sentenced to death' by the
German occupation authorities
and that women and children
were defending themselves
"with their bare arms."
Polish sources here said that
when German execution squads
went into the ghetto they were
met by "furious resistance"
and that fighting had been in
progress since April 29.
United Press International. 5/6/43.
Jews Freed from
Concentration Camp
Join Yugoslav Partisans
There are scarcely any Jews
in the army, since most of them
were slaughtered by the Axis.
However, 300 of a group
liberated from a concentration
camp on the island of Huar
joined one brigade.
The Sew York Times, 12/24/43.
DISCUSSION GUIDE
THEME V:
THE DEPORTATIONS,
MASS KILLINGS,
RESISTANCE,
THE FINAL SOLUTION
1941-1945
By 1941, the Final Solution was
no longer confined to secret
memoranda and diaries. The
brutal taunting was past, even
the forced labor camps were no
longer sufficient for meeting the
Nazis' goals. The time had
come to make the Third Reich
free from Jews altogether.
The methods had been
tested: since the late 1930s,
mental and physical cripples had
been put to death; "euthanasia,''
it was called. Now the
Vernichtungslager, the death
camps, were begun. Birkenau;
Chelmno, near Lodz; Belzec and
Majdanek, near Lublin;
Trebfinka, near Warsaw. The
methods were refined; the early
ones were inadequate for the
enormity of the task.
The deportations
"resettlement,'' they were called
started. The ghettos were
scheduled for liquidation.
The record of Jewish
resistance is not extensive, but it
is testimony less to the strength
of the people than to the reality
of their situation. A mob of
drunken peasants or a company
of cossacks were one thing; the
SS was quite another. Civil
disobedience is no weapon
against a government of terror.
The brutality of the reprisals for
any opposition far exceeded anv
benefits the acts themselves
yielded.
There was opposition and
resistance, though Jews fough
in partisan units and formed
their own, they joined the
underground and ha^l their owr
clandestine networks including
newspapers and telegraph
systems. There were acts of
sabotage and assassination,
even in the death camps. In the
work camps, the slogan, "Work
badly and slowly, was a motto
to live by.
There were many non-Jewish
anti-Nazis, like Pastor Martin
Niemoeller, and the assistance
they gave the Jews is
impressive in the face of the
danger they confronted and the
suffering they risked.
And in each ghetto there were
groups of Jews, most of them
young Zionists and socialists,
who felt they were doomed
anyway and preferred to die
fighting, even knowing they
would change nothing, could
save nothing but their own
honor. That was enough. It
outweighed any risk to the entire
community.
Nowhere was this belief more
prevalent than in the Warsaw
Ghetto where, between April 19,
1943 the first night of
Passover and May 8. 1943.'
some of the most heroic actions
of the entire war were recorded.
Wl.en the revolt was finally
ended by a Nazi force of more
than 5,000 men, May 8, the
ghetto was a cemetery, but it
had held out against the Nazi
onslaught longer than the Polish
army in 1939.
Reports of what the Nazis
were doing began to filter out.
But how could the Western
world believe them when even
the Jews of Eastern Europe
found it difficult to comprehend
what was happening to them?
As far as the Nazi6 were
concerned, the Final Solution
was as important as the war.
Jews were moved to the death
camps while troops lor the front
were shunted onto sidings. Even
when the military situation
began to deteriorate, execution
of the Final Solution continued
without interruption. War plans
could be changed, but not those
for the Final Solution
Evidence of the Nazi
atrocities is as exhaustive as it
is horrifying. What does it reveal
about the persons who
conceived the Final Solution,
and what does it reveal about
the people against whom the
reign of terror was directed?
Consider the attempts of
Jews to resist and what it
reveals about the Jews of
Europe and oppressed people
anywhere. Consider the
response of the outside world to
appeals from those who were
doomed. Consider the attitudes
of those who died and those
who survived.


END OF THE WAR, INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE
The Record: The Holocaust in History. i The Ann Dciamat.on Lmruc of B'nai B rith and The Ntionl Council for the Suc.al Stu
  • U.S. CONGRESSMEN
    AT DEATH CAMP
    BUCHENWALD, Ger-
    many, April 22 (AP) Eight
    American Congressmen walked
    among the horrors of
    Buchenwald prison today and
    got shocked eyewitness proof of
    a German world in which
    human life was not worth that
    of an animal.
    They came at the personal
    invitation of Gen. Dwight D.
    Eisenhower, who wanted them
    tc see for themselves this village
    where decency was torn aside
    and men died like beasts in one
    of Germany's worst butcher
    shops.
    "This is barbarism at its
    worst," said Representative
    Gordon Canfield, Republican of
    New Jersey, "and it is a bad
    commentary on civilization.
    General Eisenhower has
    presented proof of the
    atrocities. This bears out
    everything he or anyone else
    has said."
    With Representative Canfield
    were Representatives Carter
    Manasco, Democrat of
    Alabama; Henry M. Jackson,
    Democrat of Washington; Earl
    Wilson, Republican of Indiana;
    Albert Rains, Democrat of
    Alabama; Eugene Worley,
    Democrat of Texas; Marion T.
    Bennett, Republican of
    Missouri, and Francis E.
    Walter, Democrat of Penn-
    sylvania. They were in England
    on various missions when they
    received the invitation from
    General Eisenhower to make a
    special trip to Buchenwald.
    Each said he was shocked
    almost beyond belief at what he
    saw and was told by the
    prisoners. "This is the most
    horrible thing that anyone
    could conceive," said
    Representative Manasco.
    Representative Jackson said,
    "we heard atrocity stories from
    the last war which were not
    verified, but now we have seen
    them with our own eyes and
    they are the most sordid I have
    ever imagined."
    The Associated Press. 4/22/45.
    Nazi Death Factory
    Shocks Germans
    on a Forced Tour
    By GENE CURRIVAN
    By Wireless to
    The New York Times
    BUCHENWALD, Ger
    many, April 16 (Delayed)
    German civilians 1,200 of
    them were brought from the
    neighboring city of Weimar
    today to see for themselves the
    horror, brutality and human
    indecency perpetrated against
    their "neighbors" at the
    infamous Buchenwald con-
    centration camp. They saw
    sights that brought tears to
    their eyes, and scores of them,
    including German nurses, just
    fainted away.
    They saw more than 20,000
    nondescript prisoners, many of
    them barely living, who were
    all that remained of the normal
    complement of 80,000. The
    Germans were able to evacuate
    the others before we overran
    General Eisenhower with American soldiers examining bodies of victims
    credit: Yivo Institute for Jewish Research
    the place on April 10.
    One of the first things that
    the German civilian visitors
    saw as they passed through the
    gates and into the interior of the
    camp was a display of "par-
    chment." This consisted of
    large pieces of human flesh on
    which were elaborate tatooed
    markings. These strips had
    been collected by a German
    doctor who was writing a
    treatise on tatooes, and also by
    the 28-year-old wife of the
    Standartenfuehrer or com-
    manding officer. This woman,
    according to prisoners, was an
    energetic sportswoman who,
    back in Brandenburg, used to
    ride to hounds. She had a mania
    for unusual tattooes, and
    whenever a prisoner arrived
    who had a rare marking on his
    body, she would indicate that
    that trophy would make a
    valuable addition to her
    collection.
    In addition to the "par-
    chments' were two large table
    lamps, with parchment shades
    also made of human flesh.
    The German people saw all
    this today, and they wept.
    Those who didn't weep were
    ashamed. They said they didn't
    know about it, and maybe they
    didn't...
    The Sew York Times. 4/18/45.
    Oswiecim
    (Auschwitz)
    Killings Placed
    at 4,000,000
    By C. L. Sulzberger
    MOSCOW, May 7 More
    than 4,000,000 persons were
    systematically slaughtered in a
    single German concentration
    camp that at Oswiecim in
    Poland, near Cracow from
    1939 to 1944. The Germans
    thus accomplished with
    scientific efficiency the greatest
    Btr^n Btlstn. 194) /Photo
    incidence of mass murder in
    recorded history.
    This slaughter exceeds in
    barbaric intention and method
    not only the greatest brutalities
    of such infamous conquerors as
    Genghis Khan but also sur-
    passes even Germany's
    own record in her previous
    prize exhibitions at Maidanek,
    Dachau and Buchenwald.
    Such is the miserable tale
    made public today on the eve
    of the official end of the
    European war by the Soviet
    Union's Extraordinary State
    Commission investigating the
    extermination center at
    Oswiecim. For some time
    various Russians have had a
    pretty good idea of the abysmal
    tale of Oswiecim, especially
    those now working on a Black
    Book of German infamy, but
    these are the first statistical data
    of the horrible camp's record.
    According to the Soviet
    commission, "more than
    4,000,000 citizens" of the
    Mass grape at Bergen-Bel sen, 194) / Photo credit: Black Star
    Soviet Union, Poland, France
    Belgium, the Netherlands'
    .......-nds,
    Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and
    other countries, including the
    non-Allied lands of Hungart
    Rumania, were ei
    and
    terminated in Oswiecim. The
    means used were "shooting,
    famine, poisoning and mon-
    strous tortures."
    The report states that gas
    chambers, crematoria, surgical
    wards, laboratories and clinics
    were erected around Oswiecini
    to accomplish this mass
    production monstrosity.
    Such a report would seen:
    incredible to American readers.
    except that now they have been
    "conditioned" by the horrors
    of Buchenwald. which already
    have been fully investigated.
    According to the Soviet
    report, which included in-
    terviews with 2.819 liberated
    prisoners at Oswiecim. Ger-
    man professors and doctors
    conducted their experiments on
    healthy persons, including
    castration, sterilization of
    women, artificial infection with
    cancer, typhus and malaria
    germs, tests of the effects of
    poisons and the destruction of
    children by injection into the
    . heart of carbolic acid or the
    simpler method of heaving
    them into furnaces.
    The camp, it is charged, was
    organized by Heinrich Him-
    mler, built in 1939 by his order
    and construced in a huge series
    of buildings around the
    Oswiecim suburbs to house
    between 180,000 and 250.000
    prisoners simultaneously.
    The first crematorium
    erected in 1941. but the not
    year, it is stated. Himmkr
    inspected the camp and decided
    that "improvements" *
    necessary, so new furnaces
    were built by the German firm
    of Topf & Sons.
    Public baths were installed
    for group cyanide poisoning.
    and because "the baths'
    output exceeded the
    crematoria's capacity, deeppio
    were dug where excess bodie
    were burned over huge fir*
    The report states that
    1943 the frugal Germans
    decided to sell the unbumed
    bones to the firm of Schterhffl
    tobeusedfortheproducnond
    superphosphates, which *"
    done, and that, in addition
    almost 113 tons of crushed
    bones, loads of women I W
    were sold for industrial pur-
    poses.
    Within twenty lour houn.
    each crematorium was able
    consume more than Vh
    bodies, it is stated on the btf
    of information pf^f ;
    Polish. Hungarian. Frenc
    Czechoslovak. NeherlJ
    Yugoslavia. Italian. Ore--
    Rumanian and Belgian $*
    vivors interviewed.
    Besides the human *
    P'gS kePt a';0me 200.000
    perimentation. some *>
    wVre Utilized a, Nfl* J
    for hard labor, but the
    lings were continually *
    out for the g chambers _
    Tons of clothing- bri
    and the personal belong^
    the murdered victims*eres
    to Germany.
    The Sew York Tim


    . TllF record The Holocaust in History, 1953-1943
    13 Th< Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and The National Council foi the Social Studies
    END OF THE WAR, INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE
    ALLIED DOCUMENT
    From the opening
    statement for the United
    States of America at the
    Nuremberg War Crimes
    Tribunal, by Robert H.
    |ackson, Representative
    and Chief of Counsel for
    the United States
    nt America,
    November 21, 1945
    This Tribunal, while it is
    novel and experimental, is not
    the product of abstract
    speculations nor is it rreated to
    vindicate galistic theories.
    This inuu. -t repi sents the
    practical effort of tour of the
    most mighty of nations, with
    the support of fifteen more, to
    utilize International Law to
    meet the greatest menace of our
    times aggressive war. The
    common sense of mankind
    demands that law shall not stop
    with the punishment of petty
    crimes by little people. It must
    also reach men who possess
    themselves of great power and
    make deliberate and concerted
    use of it to set in motion evils
    which leave no home in the
    world untouched. It is a cause
    of this magnitude that the
    United Nations will lay before
    Your Honors.
    In the prisoners' dock sit
    twenty odd broken men.
    Reproached by the humiliation
    of those they have led almost as
    bitterly as by the desolation of
    those they have attacked, their
    personal capacity for evil is
    forever past. It is hard now to
    perceive in these miserable men
    as captives the power by which
    as Nazi leaders they once
    dominated much of the world
    and terrified most of it. Merely
    as individuals, their fate is of
    little consequence to the world.
    What makes this inquest
    significant is that these
    prisoners represent sinister
    influences that will lurk in the
    world long after their bodies
    have returned to dust. They are
    living symbols of racial hatreds,
    of terrorism and violence, and
    of the arrogance and cruelty of
    power. They are symbols of
    fierce nationalisms and of
    militarism, of intrigue and war-
    making which have embroiled
    Europe generation after
    generation, crushing its
    manhood, destroying its
    homes, and impoverishing its
    hfe. They have so identified
    themselves with the
    philosophies they conceived
    and with the forces they
    directed that any tenderness to
    them is a victory and an en-
    couragement to all the evils
    which are attached to their
    names. Civilization can afford
    no compromise with the social
    wees which would gain
    renewed strength if we deal
    ambiguously or indecisively
    w'th the men in whom those
    torces now precariously sur-
    vive.
    What these men stand for we
    W|U patiently and temperately
    "sclose. We will give you
    undeniable proofs of incredible
    events. The catalogue of crimes
    W'U omit nothing that could be
    "The bung Jcad.it ButhlttwaU," April 1945 I Photo credit: Margaret BoiirkeM'hite I'Time-Life. Inc.
    conceived by a pathological
    pride, cruelty, and lust for
    power. These men created in
    Germany, under the
    "Fuhrerprinzip, a National
    Socialist despotism equaled
    only by the dynasties of the
    ancient East. They took from
    the German people all those
    dignities and freedoms that we
    hold natural and inalienable
    rights in every human being.
    The people were compensated
    by inflaming and gratifying
    hatreds toward those who were
    marked as "scapegoats."
    Against their opponents,
    including Jews, Catholics, and
    free labor, the Nazis directed
    such a campaign of arrogance,
    brutality, and annihilation as
    the world has not witnessed
    since the pre-Christian ages.
    They excited the German
    ambition to be a "master
    race," which of course implies
    serfdom for others. They led
    their people on a mad gamble
    for domination. They diverted
    social energies and resources to
    the creation of what they
    thought to be an invincible war
    machine. They overran their
    m. i ____* ?; 1945 I Photo credit: Hadassah Photo
    Opening of the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal, No.ember 21. I
    Archives
    neighbors. To sustain the
    "master race" in its war-
    making, they enslaved millions
    of human beings and brought
    them into Germany, where
    these hapless creatures now
    wander as "displaced per-
    sons." At length bestiality and
    bad faith reached such excess
    that they aroused the sleeping
    strength of imperiled
    Civilization. Its united efforts
    have ground the German war
    machine to fragments. But the
    struggle has left Europe a
    liberated yet prostrate land
    where a demoralized society
    struggles to survive. These are
    the fruits of the sinister forces
    that sit with these defendants in
    the prisoners' dock.
    DISCUSSION GUIDE
    THEME VI:
    END OF THE WAR,
    INTERNATIONAL
    JUSTICE
    The war did not end for two
    more years, but Warsaw was
    the end as far as organized
    Jewish resistance went. The
    number of surviving Jews went
    pitifully down day by day. The
    effort now went into keeping
    Jews alive as a "saving
    remnant" and as future
    witnesses against the Nazis.
    The full extent of the crime
    was not to be known for a while.
    The world watched in horror as
    the death camps were liberated,
    it listened in shock as
    Nuremberg prosecutors elicited
    17,000 pages of testimony about
    the unprecedented, systematic
    destruction of an entire people.
    But many of those who had
    perpetrated these atrocities had
    committed suicide or fled.
    Those who were brought to
    trial sat in the dock as their
    accusers presented them with
    nearly three thousand tons of
    documents Nazi leaders had
    written about their deeds, with
    more than five thousand
    photographs of ghettos,
    deportations, concentration
    camps, crematoria and mass
    graves. In the face of this
    evidence they turned to the
    world and said they knew
    nothing of what had occurred or
    they were only following orders.
    It was for Justice Robert
    Jackson, chief American counsel
    at Nuremberg, to sum it up for
    mankind: "The wrongs which we
    seek to condemn and punish
    have been so calculated, so
    malignant and devastating, that
    civilization cannot tolerate their
    being ignored because it cannot
    survive their being repeated."
    How was it possible for the
    world to stand by without
    halting this destruction? What
    role did the churches play
    during this period? What do you
    think are the attitudes of the
    survivors? Could you make a
    new life in a new country?
    Consider the reactions of
    mankind when it realized what
    had happened.
    Contemplate, also, the guilt of
    those who were accused, their
    defense and the justice that
    was meted out to them.
    Consider the Holocaust and
    what it means to you.


    SAVIORS, SURVIVORS AND NEW LIVES
    EINSTEIN AT
    SIXTY
    Congratulations will pour in
    upon Einstein today, his
    sixtieth birthday. They ought
    to pour in on the country too.
    Thanks to the barbarity and the
    bigotry of the present German
    Government. the most
    distinguished of living
    mathematical physicists, one of
    the great figures in the history
    of intellectual achievement, is a
    resident of the United States
    and a citizen-to-be. If the
    dazzling gift of Einstein were
    not darkened by a tragedy
    which has brought despair to
    fifteen hundred university
    professors. American science
    would be justified in cabling a
    warm "thank you" to the
    Fuehrer who has outdone the
    Middle Ages in fanatic cruelty
    and so far blighted German
    research that not for a
    generation after his evil in-
    fluence has passed can it expect
    to recover something of its
    former glory.
    The S'eu York Times. 3 14'39.
    Hadassah
    Rosensaft
    Auschwitz
    Number
    52406
    Hadassah Rosensaft was born
    in Sosnowice. Poland. She was
    very gifted, always top of her
    form at school, according tc
    contemporaries. After high
    school at home, a university
    education at Nancy. France,
    she studied dentistry, qualified
    well and was ready to settle
    down. Her success within the
    terms of reference of her class
    and her milieu was assured:
    high qualifications, a good
    family background, looks,
    intelligence, a pleasant per-
    sonality, a way with people...
    And then the calamity. The
    dates, in deep black, as it were,
    we all heard from Hadassah
    herself when, as Dr. Hadassah
    Bimko. she appeared as the
    chief witness for the
    prosecution in the Belsen Trial
    (17 September-17 November.
    1945). She introduced herself
    as "a Jewess from Poland" and
    told the Court that she had been
    arrested and sent to Auschwitz
    on 4 August, 1943days."
    hours, even minutes count in
    such nightmarish memories
    and transferred to Belsen on 23
    November, 1944. Both in
    Auschwitz and in Belsen she
    worked in so-called hospitals
    and saw agony within agony.
    It was Hadassah Rosensaft
    who first told the world, from
    the witness box of the first war
    crimes trial, that records
    secretly compiled by her friends
    and herself at Auschwitz
    showed that about four million
    people had been done to death
    in the crematoria. Today we
    have access to all the horrible
    details and the Nazi record is
    laid bare. But Hadassah made
    her statement only four months
    after the war in Europe. An
    incredulous world listened in
    Albert Etnstem. uilh bis uife and daughter, reciting bis American citizenship papers / Photo cr.Jn
    American Institute of Physics
    stunned silence to the
    testimony of a survivor who
    preserved her sanity and her
    judgement, and was able to
    summon enough strength to
    tell the story coherently.
    Hadassah's evidence before
    the Court at Luneberg I shall
    never forget. She stood there
    almost motionless, obviously
    keeping a tight grip on herself,
    and told the story of Auschwitz
    and Belsen in a very quiet
    voice, quieter even than usual.
    She showed for the first time
    how it happened that Belsen
    had become the hell on earth
    which we saw after liberation;
    how healthy and intelligent
    men and women had been
    reduced to physical helplessness
    and mental feebleness; how
    proud people had been degraded
    to a subhuman existence.
    Of her own part before
    liberation Hadassah seldom
    speaks. And when she does it is
    always in first person plural. It
    took me a long time, years of
    friendship and conversations,
    serious and light-hearted,
    penetrating and superficial,
    before Hadassah told some of
    her own story. This is not a
    story one should interfere with.
    I am letting her tell it.
    "At 3 a.m. on a bitterly cold
    December night in 1944, our
    block at Belsen was suddenly-
    awakened by the noise of a
    motorcar and the cry of
    children. Soon we heard the
    shouting of the SS, so familiar
    to us in those days. We were
    ordered outside and there we
    saw a huge lorry full of children
    of various ages. The SS told the
    children to get out. There were
    forty-nine of them ranging in
    age between eight months and
    fifteen years. We took the
    children inside. Ours was
    supposed to be an ambulance
    and treatment unit
    "We learned a little later
    that these were the children of
    Dutch Jews who had been
    removed the same day from the
    camp allegedly to teach the
    Germans the art of diamond
    polishing.They were never seen
    again. It should not be difficult
    to imagine our feelings when
    we suddenly found ourselves in
    charge of abandoned Jewish
    children. We gave them all our
    love and whatever strength was
    left to us. Some weeks later,
    more children arrived from
    Buchenwald and Theresien-
    stadt. They were children of
    Polish and Czechoslovak Jews
    who survived and reached us by
    some miracle. I have no other
    explanation. Our girls and
    women took care of them.
    Weak and ailing as they were
    themselves, they attended to
    the children day and night, fed
    them, washed them and played
    with them. When some of our
    men. who worked in the SS
    stores and chemist shops, heard
    that we had children in our
    block, they risked their lives
    daily to steal food and other
    commodities which they passed
    on to us for our charges.
    Without these Jewish men
    and women the children would
    not have survived. Thanks to
    The Kzcou>: The Holocaust in Histoiy, i"viai< .
    The Ami Definition Leajtue of B nai B nth and The National Council for the Social Stadia 14
    ''After liberation. tne
    British medical personnel and
    the liberated doctors and nursa
    performed super-human tasks.
    The children were soon
    transferred to proper buildings.
    bright and spotlessly clean, and
    given good food and consant
    medical attention We did
    everything in our power l0
    teach the children to play and
    laugh again"....
    General H. L. Glyn Hughes,
    the Chief Medic I Ifficer of the
    Second Army, became the
    heroic figure in the battle to
    save as mam suvivon as
    humanly possible Many of the
    survivors literally owe him
    their lives. On liberation dav,
    the Geneva! asked whether one
    of the in- itn the camp
    would con wil to show
    him round, and Hadassah was
    chosen by them to accompany
    the liberator. This cooperation
    in the salvage of human beings
    continued all through the
    rehabilitation period. Hadassah
    was soon appointed Ad-
    ministrator of Hospitals in tot
    liberated camp and became a
    provider of healing and balm for
    the Nazi victims. When the old
    and infested barracks wen
    ceremonially set on fire, on the
    General Glyn Hughes's orders,
    he paid his tribute to Hadassah
    by inviting her to fire one of
    the incendiary guns. Her
    emotions at this particular
    moment must be left to the
    imagination....
    It was not by accident, too,
    that Hadassah Rosensaft was
    chosen to accompany the first
    children's transport to Israel,
    or rather Eretz Israel as it then
    was. This group lett Germany
    on 9 April. On that day there
    travelled a thousand Jewish
    children, assembled from all
    over Germany, and twenty
    expectant mothers. One million
    Jewish children had been done
    to death in the holocaust; these
    were the few survivors.
    Hadassah is fond of saying that
    this journey to Eretz Israel with
    the children was one of the
    highlights of her life. She tells:
    "I paid some of the children
    a visit to Kiryat Anavimandl
    saw with what love and af-
    fecnon thev were treated On
    the Fridav night, as we were
    sitting down for the Sabbath
    meal. I knew that our children
    had at last come home
    That was her reward.
    Hadassah was by then marnej
    to Yossl Rosensaft. They staved
    in Belsen unnl the last inmate
    left the camp in Sepf **!
    1950, five years and n
    months after liberation.
    Hadassah's humanity's'10'
    of the demonstrative kind but"
    is coming through all the tj*
    Even if you are not m new
    comfort; and don't even hkej
    you feel very F"^^ j*
    knowing her and vou treasu
    her friendship. Her human J
    compassion, good sense. ab to inspire other people"
    bring out the best tl*
    triumphantly *rv'vel\'n
    vears of suffering and ang**
    And the world .s a nicer pi
    to live in for that.
    them none of our children
    succumbed to the raging
    typhoid fever, although all of
    them caught it or went through
    some other illness while with
    us. I vividly remember a long
    and terrible night when we
    were sitting by the feverish
    children as they tossed and
    turned and cried"....
    There is nothing about
    Hadassah's part in this story of
    human courage and human
    kindness. Others told me that it
    was she who took charge of the
    operation, who organized and
    guided it to its successful end
    when the children, all of them,
    were delivered to their parents
    and relatives or sent to Israel,
    as was the case with the or-
    phans and the friendless. But
    rehabilitation took some time.
    And here is again Hadassah's
    own report, still in impersonal
    terms, as if she was one of us. a
    reporter, and not one of the
    most important of the dramatis
    personae.
    The I'the^n children' on their arrnal in Palestine. A group of Polish
    ,eu b u anatred through Europe and the Middle
    East for years / Photo credit: Zionist Arch::,
    From jeti I M i
    Goldsmith. y<-.
    Press. 1969-


    THf Record The Holocaust in History, 1955-1945
    The Anti-Defamition Legue of B nai Brith and The Nalional Council tor the Social Studies
    SAVIORS, SURVIVORS AND NEW LIVES
    IE SAVIORS
    Abba Eban, Israel's former
    Lister for Foreign Affairs,
    tee wrote: "It is saddening to
    tord that, with one or two
    able exceptions, the family of
    Uons at large paid little heed
    f in Europe, an ancient
    fcople was being harassed
    Ivagely to death. Worse still,
    L murderers found all too
    lany to do their will in the
    tcupied territories. It restores
    fee's faith in Man to learn that
    vast and vicious apparatus
    slaughter, the ruthless
    bunding down of victims in
    Eeir last hiding-places, in no
    rise deterred gallant souls, in
    lis country' ad in that, from
    liking out selflessly along the
    jerilous path of Jewish
    fclvation.
    ' "These saviors were men
    hi women impelled by the
    lible's behest, 'Love thy
    leighbour as thyself!'
    J A few of the stories of these
    Iviors appear below. Their
    mes and many others
    Lay be found in the Garden of
    lie Righteous at Yad Vashem
    j- Heroes' and Martyrs'
    lemembrance in Jerusalem.
    Ebertiard Helmrich
    Germany
    The Official
    Eberhard Helmrich, a
    Inking official of the Economic
    epartment of the German
    Jccupying Forces in East
    alicia during 1941-44 used all
    Is authority to save Jewish
    |ves. The Jews of the
    Irohobycz ghetto were given
    |d as were the inmates from
    labor camp of Hyrawka.
    pelmrich supplied food for the
    wish hospital at a time when
    Post of the hospital patients
    of malnutrition. Defying
    |jazi laws, Eberhard Helmrich
    kd in the escape of numerous
    *>sh women. There was
    *ne Miszel, daughter of a
    octor at the hospital
    Pelmrich had her driven to a
    prby town in his official car,
    nowing full well that she
    fended t0 hide out using
    *ged Aryan papers. When
    *ne was discovered, again
    berhard came to her aid,
    nving her back to hide her for
    ?o weeks in his own office
    "til he could arrange suitable
    foKrs which would not arouse
    pestapo suspicion. His
    pasterpiece, however, was to
    N household help from
    Prohobycz and Lwow to
    f"nan families in Germany.
    Understandably, he chose fair-
    fWd and light-eyed Jewish
    f* *or this purpose, fur-
    l)hiH them with Aryan
    push or Ukrainian papers, and
    "*ying their fares. All these
    ^survived the war. One
    . Hansi Warner, worked as
    PjWia Berlin for Helmrich's
    R Mrs. Helmrich was aware
    ""'Hansi was Jewish, and she
    Fjected her throughout that
    fr,od; Hansi describes
    7rich "an extraordinary
    "n who helped hundreds of
    Fm solely for humaniurian
    moot."
    Or. Anni Binder
    Czechoslovakia
    The Secretary
    In 1936 Anni Binder was
    24-years old, working for the
    Czech Foreign Office in Prague.
    Following the German
    conquest, she was dismissed
    from her job and her ou tlook on
    the world was transformed. She
    aided Jews by offering them the
    use of her diplomatic passport.
    In 1938 she was arrested by the
    Economic Police. Once
    released, she renewed her
    efforts and in 1941 was arrested
    again, by the Gestapo. First
    sent to the Ravensbrueck camp
    for women as a political
    prisoner, by March, 1942,
    Anni was in Auschwitz.
    Anni's experience in the
    Foreign Office was the key to
    her selection to the con-
    centration camp office staff. She
    became secretary at an ex-
    perimental farming station
    outside the camp where she was
    ordered to find "suitable
    German-speaking prisoners"
    for the station. Her life-saving
    rescue mission began. Seven
    Jewish prisoners owe their lives
    to Anni. She gave moral
    comfort and intellectual
    support to countless others.
    One day, the SS conducted a
    search and discovered Anni's
    list of collaborators. Realizing
    that they were all in grave
    danger, Anni went to the
    commander and asked that he
    keep the matter quiet on the
    condition that she would go to
    Birkenau. The deal was made
    and Anni left the comparative
    comfort of the farming station
    for a labor camp. In 1944,
    paving roads in the ice and
    snow, she fell ill and was taken
    to the hospital. In August
    1944. she was transferred back
    to Ravensbrueck. then to
    Graslitz from where she
    escaped. Today, this
    remarkable woman lives in
    Prague with her husband and
    three children.
    FiodorKalenczuk
    USSR: Ukraine
    _ The Farmer _
    On a tree in Jerusalem is the
    name Fiodor Michailovitch
    Kalenczuk. Four Jews from the
    Ukraine survived the war
    because Kalenczuk, at peril to
    himself and his family, hid
    them on his farm for seventeen
    long months. The Jewish
    survivors were Pessah Kranz-
    berg, a grain merchant from
    the town of Hoszcza, his wife,
    his 10-year-old daughter
    Rassia, and Rassia's little friend
    Miriam. In 1942 the Nazi
    invade-s marched across Poland
    and Russia. Kranzberg and the
    others managed to escape from
    the burning ghetto in Hoszcza
    and fled to Kalenczuk's farm.
    The two men had known,
    respected and liked each other
    for five years, never imagining
    what dark days would come.
    When the world around the
    Kranzbergs collapsed, Kalen-
    czuk came forth with support.
    First, he sheltered the fugitives
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    The Garden of the Righteous at Yad VashemHeroes' and Martyrs'
    Remembrance/// Jerusalem where the names of those courageous
    individuals who saved Jewish lives are honored.
    in his own home. Then he
    fashioned a secure hiding place
    for them in his stable, bringing
    them meals three times a day,
    taking care to provide only
    kosher food. Kalenczuk himself
    had to struggle to support his
    wife and eight children. In
    1943 he had to surrender part
    of his harvest to the Germans,
    yet he continued to feed the
    four who were hiding in his
    stable. His wife feared that the
    Jews were endangering a
    Christian household. But he
    refused to deny them refuge. At
    last, in January 1944 the Red
    Army advance made it safe for
    the Kranzbergs and little
    Miriam to leave their hiding
    place. Eventually they reached
    Israel. And one day in 1967
    Fiodor Michailovitch Kalen-
    czuk stood with them in
    Jerusalem at the ceremony
    enshrining his name in the
    Garden of the Righteous.
    Wladislaw Misiuna
    Poland
    The Foreman
    In the winter of 1944,
    thousands of Jews from the
    Lodz ghetto were sent to work
    in a factory near Radom.
    Nearby, the Germans also set
    up a rabbit farm for skins for
    coats, caps and gloves for
    troops on the Russian front.
    Work on the farm was fairly
    light and mostly women were
    employed, including scores of
    Jewish girls. But conditions
    were such that death from
    malnutrition or infection
    always threatened. Nineteen-
    year-old Wladislaw Misiuna
    was one of the three Polish
    foremen. He allowed the girls
    to take vegetables from the
    rabbits' supply. When the girls
    told him his action might mean
    a firing squad, he replied,
    "You are hungry human
    beings and therefore must eat."
    Perhaps worse than the star-
    vation was the rampant filth
    which bred highly contagious
    disease. One of the girls was
    covered with sores. Afraid that
    the Germans would kill her and
    the others who were also in-
    fected, yet knowing it was
    impossible for her to go to the
    camp doctor, Wladislaw in-
    fected himself, went to the
    camp doctor and thus got the
    medication to cure not only
    himself but the girl as well. One
    day Wladislaw had the girls put
    all their clothing in a caldron of
    boiling water. Just then a group
    of SS officers came to inspect
    the farm. One asked what was
    in the pot. Wladislaw said it was
    food for the rabbits. But the
    officer was skeptical and un-
    covered the laundry. The of-
    ficer was enraged, and ordered
    the SS-men to shoot the girls
    and the foreman. Suddenly
    Wladislaw spoke up: 'Don't
    you believe in cleanliness and
    hygiene? Do you want us to fall
    ill with dreadful infections?'
    For a moment, complete
    silence. Then the officer said,
    'Well, then, stay alive you
    and these cursed Jewesses!'
    Ona Simaite
    Lithuania
    The Librarian
    When the Germans im-
    prisoned the Jews in Vilna
    behind the ghetto walls, Ona
    Simaite, a librarian at the
    University of Vilna, acted. By
    pretending to retrieve books
    from Jewish students, German
    authorities gave her a permit to
    enter the ghetto. She went
    there almost every day, run-
    ning "errands" for hundreds
    of Jews. She reclaimed clothing
    and valuables Jews had left with
    their neighbors (who often
    cursed her) and traded these for
    food. She carried messages from
    fighters in the ghetto to their
    comrades in the city and
    smuggled in forged documents
    and weapons. She shared her
    food rations with needy
    children, existing herself on
    potatoes and cabbage. Only
    three women and a few
    anonymous donors joined her
    clandestine "Committee for
    the Rescue of Jews" helping
    her to rescue Jewish children,
    cultural treasures, and Torah
    Scrolls. She said a nation cannot
    exist without a literature and a
    culture and proclaimed her
    faith in Jewish survival. Ona
    Simaite rescued dozens of
    children. One of them who
    reached Palestine said "She
    took me when the ghetto was
    surrounded by gangs of
    Lithuanian and Latvian
    murderers took me to her
    home. I was a total stranger,
    but she cared for me as a
    mother for her own suffering
    child." Before the ghetto was
    destroyed, in 1944, Ona
    smuggled out a child on forged
    "Aryan" papers. The forgery
    was detected, Ona was arrested
    and sentenced to death. But
    Faculty members bribed an
    official in the Gestapo to change
    the sentence into im-
    prisonment.
    She was tortured to disclose
    where Jews were hiding, to
    reveal the identity of Jewish
    Gentile partisans.
    "I prayed," Ona said, "that
    I might give nothing away. I
    used to try to confuse the
    names and addresses in my
    brain so as not to remember
    them...and my prayer was
    answered."
    Jewish war orphans being rescued, 1945 I Photo credit: Yad Vashem /
    Hadassah Photo Archive


    THE CRIME WE CANNOT NEGLECT OR FORGET
    The Record: The Holocaust in History ion IQi,
    The Ann Defamation League of B'nai B'nlh nd The National Council for the v' SfH-vidl I V IV.m.i To IV'pi.t llotOGMM
    (: Nat Kamem .hairman of
    the National r.ugram Com-
    mittee of the Anti-Defamation
    League of B'nai B'rith, called
    the program an "effort to bring
    the most horrifying experience
    of modern times before millions
    of people.
    "No fictional dramatization
    of such monumental genocide
    can fully translate the suffering
    of so many people." he said.
    "But 'Holocaust' is an im-
    portant springboard for the
    consideration and discussion of
    the facts and meaning of the
    systematic murder of six
    million Jews."
    Anna S. Ochoa. president of
    the National Council lor the
    Social Studies, agreed. The
    program "will provide the
    necessary background to in-
    volve people in a meaningful
    study of the Holocaust, a
    subject that too often has been
    neglected in our schools"
    "Holocaust" is being
    produced by Herbert Brodkin
    ind Robert Berger, the winners
    of a number of Emmy Awards,
    and directed by Marvin
    Chomsky, who directed six
    hours of "Roots." It will be
    televised from 8-11 p.m. on
    Sunday, April 16, from 9-11
    p.m. on Monday and Tuesday,
    April 17 and 18, and from
    8; 30-11 p.m. on Wednesday,
    April 19.
    i..
    ANc Year's Card From Vilna...
    (loulmued from p*gl 2)
    to make the long voyage from
    Europe and become
    Americans. I might have stood
    at the lip of a ditch outside
    Vilna with my cousins, or
    waited naked outside the gas
    chambers at Treblinka.
    Good fortune endows one
    with guilt I have been hicky as
    a writer, in having had three
    opportunities to exorcise these
    tragic memories, these ghastly
    reflections of a crime against
    my brethren, unprecedented
    sufferings and degradations that
    defy analysis. Twice I wrote
    about The Holocaust in
    booksa non-fiction work
    entitled "The Artists of
    Terezin," and a novel, "The
    Legion of Noble Christians."
    Consequently when NBC
    and Herbert Brodkin ap-
    proached me to write a
    television drama on The
    Holocaust, I already had ac-
    cumulated a considerable
    library of non-fiction literature
    and documentation on the Nazi
    era. the anti-Semitic cam-
    paigns, the death camps, the
    Jewish resistance movements.
    And a day of my life has not
    gone by that I have not thought
    of the smiling young people on
    the Rosh Hashanah card.
    1 did not seek to write a nine
    and one-half hour tract. The
    TV series is not a documentary.
    It is a drama, a tragedy, but
    written in terms of history, true
    events and real people. And the
    dread events of the years 1935-
    1945, supplied me with almost
    too much material.
    How, for example, can any
    dramatist improve on the
    documented account of
    Himmler's only witnessing of a
    mass shooting? Outside Minsk,
    the bespectacled murderer, the
    crackpot racial theorist, the
    measurer of Jewish skulls,
    swooned and staggered and
    cried out as the SS machine
    guns killed two hundred naked
    Jews. Blood and brains spat-
    tered on the Reichsfuehrer's
    black boots, terrifying him.
    Later he complimented his men
    on their courage and stead-
    fastness. 'Mankind has a right
    to protect itself from bed-bugs,
    lice and Jews," he said
    Or how does one embellish
    or intensify the fighting in the
    Warsaw ghetto, which took
    place at the start of Passover,
    with some Jews holding their
    meager seders, and others
    firing captured German
    weapons from windows and
    sending the SS and their
    Lithuanian hirelings into
    confused, frightened retreat?
    And how deal with the
    nobility and love and kindness
    (despite the recurrent stories of
    the dog-eat-dog life of the
    prisoners) of so many Jews in
    the camps? Doctors who tended
    the ill; teachers who held
    classes in the shadow of the
    crematoria; musicians who
    tried to keep art and creativity
    alive, knowing they might be
    selected for "special handling"
    the next day?
    The answer is that very
    little embellishment was
    necessary. I created my fictional
    Weiss family and let them be
    swept up in the events of the
    plague years. In counter-point.
    I created Erik Dorf. lawyer, SS
    officer, aide to the monster
    Heydrich. a rationalizer, clever
    with words and schemes, who
    sends trainloads of Jews to their
    death. "A subhuman
    species." he savs. echoing
    Himmler. '"Thev go to their
    death willingly, which proves
    the Reichsfuehrer's point."
    But not all went willingly
    Only recently with the stories
    of acts of resistance (the
    Warsaw Ghetto fighting is
    fairly well known) being
    published, does the world
    realize that not d//Jews accept-
    ed the Nazis' lies, deceits and
    humiliations without protest.
    In any event the drama is
    done, and I hope that in some
    measure it will be a fitting
    tribute to the six million, the
    survivors, and those brave Jews
    who fought back.
    Better to die fighting, said
    Mordecai Anielewicz, the
    leader of the Warsaw ghetto
    revolt, than Live at the mercy of
    the slaughterer. That perhaps is
    the moral of "Holocaust."
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    Supplement to
    "Jewish Floridian
    Friday, April 14, 1978
    P*
    ~ HOLOCAUST IN HISTORY
    1933-1945
    Iublished by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in Cooperation with The National Council for the Social Studies.
    ____________^______________________________________ Copyright C 'S7B the Anti-Defamation League o( B na, B'rith
    BALTIC COUNTRIES
    228.000
    RUSSIA (RSFSR >
    107,000
    Sx Million Murdered
    There is no way to establish an accurate figure for the total number of Jews murdered in World
    Warll. In 1945, the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal estimated that 5,700,000 Jews had been
    killed by the Nazis, representing two-thirds of the pre-war European Jewish population.
    Special Television
    Drama To
    Depict Holocaust
    "Holocaust," a nine and
    '-half-hour dramatic story of
    annihilation of six million
    *s by the Nazis, will be
    lown over the NBC television
    >twork for four nights
    ^ginning Sunday, April 16.
    ritten by novelist Gerald
    "en. Holocaust" will
    jver ,he years from 1935,
    en Germany enacted the
    ~o-Semitic Nuremberg laws,
    1945, when the con-
    tntration camps were
    era ted.
    ["Holocaust" is "no mere
    kelling of ^ universally
    pressed theme of man's
    humanity to man," ac-
    ding to Robert Mulholland,
    "'dent of the NBC network.
    B"e program, through
    evision, "the major com-
    unications medium of our
    0e, has the opportunity to
    FP i seeing that George
    Pntayana's warning
    [nose who cannot remember
    P*" are condemned to
    at is heeded."
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    THE RECORD:
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    The Third Reich, created amid
    boasts that it would endure for a
    thousand years, lasted instead
    twelve years and four months,
    from January 1933 until April
    1945. During that time more
    than 29 million persons were
    killed six million of them
    Jews, slaughtered because they
    were Jewish.
    To claim that their
    extermination at the hands of
    the Nazis was a greater tragedy
    than what has befallen other
    persecuted peoples is unfeeling
    and fruitless. It is the
    uniqueness of their annihilation
    that is historically significant.
    It is important that we
    understand that awesome and
    terrible event so that we can
    better comprehend the
    differences between good and
    evil and what our moral
    choices are.
    You will find on the following
    pages a pictorial and news
    summary of the Holocaust with
    suggestions for study,
    discussion and further reading. It
    is our hope that The Record will
    be used by schools and
    religious and community groups
    and individuals.
    From a speech given at the conference
    "Teaching About Genocide and the Nazi
    Holocaust in Secondary Schools," Oc-
    tober 9, 1977.________
    TEACHING THE
    HOLOCAUST
    by Elie Wiesel
    People don't know today,
    and therefore there is no subject
    more urgent, more burning.
    There is no subject linked more
    to justice, for today the greatest
    injustice is being accomplished
    the obliteration of those
    memories, the erasing of those
    events.
    I received a post card, ad-
    dressed to me at Boston
    University. It said, "I recently
    completed reading 'The Hoax
    of the Twentieth Century,' and
    the professor who wrote the
    book claims that the six million
    is a total fiction, that no Jews
    were gassed or toasted in the
    ovens in German concentration
    camps, that there was nothing
    in German records to sub-
    stantiate the Jewish claims,
    that the confessions that were
    obtained, were obtained under
    duress. I guess Hitler was right
    when he said the Jew is the
    master of the big lie."
    I continued on p*ge 3)
    HOLOCAUST CHRONOLOGY
    1933
    January 30: President Hindenburg appoints Adolf Hitler as Reich
    Chancellor (Prime Minister) of theNSDAP (Nationalsozialistis-
    che Deutsche Arbeiterpartei)
    March 23: First concentration camp, Dachau, is established
    April 1: Nazis proclaim a general boycott of all Jewish-owned
    businesses
    April 7: Jews dismissed from civil service and denied admission to
    the bar
    April 26: Formation of the Gestapo
    May 2: Dissolution of free trade unions
    May 10: Burning of books by Jews and opponents of Nazism
    December 1: Hider declares legal unity of the German State and
    Nazi Party
    1934
    August 2: Death of Hindenburg. Hitler becomes Head of State and
    Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces
    1935
    Summer: Juden VerboUn (No Jews) signs increase in number
    outside towns, villages, restaurants and stores
    September 15: Reichstag passes anti-Semitic "Nuremberg Laws"
    1936
    October 25: Hitler and Mussolini form Rome-Berlin Axis
    November 25: Germany and Japan sign military pact
    1937
    July 16: Buchenwald concentration camp opens
    1938
    March 13: Annexation of Austria to the Third Reich Nazis apply
    anti-Semitic laws.
    July 6: International conference at Eviai., France, fails to provide
    refuge for German Jews
    September 29: Munich Agreement: Britain and France accept
    German annexation of Sudetenland, part of Czechoslovakia
    October 5: Passports of Jews are marked with the letter J"
    ' /continued on p*l* 3)


    riday, April 14, 1978
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    Volunteers Catalogue $100,000 Of
    Merchandise for SAM Auction
    Volunteers have been busy ca-
    jging and tagging close to
    IJoo.OOO worth of merchandise
    id several certificates to be
    flered to the highest bidder at
    nsiderable savings from retail
    rices.
    I The merchandise is part of the
    lebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
    ni's SAM. Service and Mer-
    uindise Auction, scheduled for
    lednesday. April 26 at Miami
    Bch Convention Center.
    |THE PUBLIC is invited to
    ne early to the auction, which
    pns at 7:30 p.m., to browse
    to take advantage of early
    :hase specials.
    i addition to food, movies and
    u ts on the town," some other
    ns going up for bids include
    evision and stereo equipment,
    pliances. jewelry' and designer
    thing, and leisure toys. Servic-
    |which will go on the block in-
    attorneys' and accoun-
    ts services, interior design-
    landscaping, tutoring, tennis
    I golf lessons.
    {Groups Solicit For
    [uction Merchandise
    |An all-day drive by groups ai-
    ated with the Hebrew Acade-
    f took place Thursday to solicit
    ms for the April 26 Service and
    brchandise Auction (SAM) to
    I held at the Miami Beach Con-
    lition Center.
    Coordinator of the first annual
    ption is Sarah Rodnon, admin-
    ative assistant of the school.
    rving on the committee are Je-
    ne Bienenfeld, co-chairman;
    Alex Paul. Dedee Cohen is
    nan of the women's division
    I with Mrs. Henry Stem and
    s. Rochelle Kevelson.
    Joseph Weisel, chairman of the
    auction, said the Academy hopes
    to raise a portion of the money to
    cover a $100,000 deficit of the
    school. According to Rabbi Alex-
    ander S. Gross, more than 60 per-
    cent of the school's 700 students
    are attending on full or partial
    tuition scholarships. Among
    these students are some 38 chil-
    dren of Russian Jewish immi-
    grants.
    Norman Ciment, president of
    the school, said the public is in-
    vited to attend the auction, to
    take advantage of the shopping
    bargains, as well as support the
    youngsters' education.
    BAFTY Service
    On Holocaust Set
    The teen-agers of Temple Beth
    Am will conduct Friday evening
    services at 8:30 p.m., April 14,
    with special readings and com-
    mentary recalling the Holocaust.
    Gayle Pomerants, president of
    BAFTY (Beth Am Federation of
    Temple Youth), said, "Young
    Jews have special reason to recall
    the killing of six million Jews by
    the Nazis. We have to know the
    difficulties Jews have faced to
    bring their heritage to the
    present day. We have to know
    what sacrifices we are expected to
    make to make certain that our
    heritage is not diluted in this
    modern age when so many things
    distract us from our faith."
    Program for annual life membership luncheon of Pioneer Wom-
    en Council of South Florida, slated for this Sunday, April 16, at
    the Deauville Hotel is discussed by these leaders of the Wom-
    en's Labor Zionist Organization of America. From left are Gi-
    sella Gutter, council vice president; Bertha Liebmann, vice
    president and council membership committee chairman; Ida
    Chinsky, an officer of Masada chapter; and Etta Seiden, officer
    ofAviva chapter.
    Biblical fruit
    for this Biblical season...
    Ever since Biblical times, figs have been the ideal fruit
    for Passover And Blue Ribbon and Old Orchard Figs
    are the finestplump, luscious, delectable These Figs
    are tree-ripened and carefully picked at the peak of
    their natural flavor and goodness Stewed or noshed
    right Irom the package, they're the healthiest sweet your
    family can eat Kosher I'Pesach. they're a must on your
    Passover table
    Blue Ribbon
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    cooking. Or noshing right out of the box.
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    for generations, Motfs makes all your old favorites... and exciting new treats.
    See all the Kosher L'Pesach Motfs your store has and put in a bountiful supply. At mealtime
    and noshtime. for family and friends, you can rely on Mott s for instant enjoyment.
    To you and your family. A Healthy Happy Passover.
    Certified Kosher-Parve for Passover by Rabbi J. H. Raibag