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March 03, 1972 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-03

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Joseph Sapbir, ,A thutor4,tOrmaiYi:.7.* 1
Pi* T4P-P0074Y,;!,el ide T#-
Pie Sidiont
Liberal Patty YORK
- roAviti
(ZINS)—Harold W. Grass-Roots Organizations in N.Y,
TEL AVIV _

(JT/t) —. Joseph ,carmelr. - -Veteran leader of -
NEW YORK TJTA)
fsrael alone. Our (financial) needs are
Saphir, a former cabinet _minicar, Zionist Organization of America
views the efforts , of the United staggering."
v=0:
member of the knessiet-,:alit-aair- died here Feb. 21. He was 72.
Jewish
Appeal
in
1972
"as
the
top-
man pf the Liberal
"died Born in the Polish town of "%Vol
-But, he emphasized, "if we Jew'
;
koWysk," Mr. Carmely as a youth, rated priority of Jewish effort in ish
people of the free countries,
was an active leader. of young this or any other country on be-
Zionists and went to Palestine asa half of the great miracle of aliya of Israel, cannot absorb these
people
.. it will mean the great-
sur..-AINE AT
halutz (pioneer) in the early 1920s. of Soviet Jews and others," said
REOOLAIT PRICE-'
Harassment by
David Rivlin, Israel's consul gen- est defeat of everything we worked
ONO
NEXT ONE
and fought for."
eral in New York,
1.lie Turkish au-
-' TOR Ot4E CENT
-- thorities -forced
It
will
be
a
betrayal
of
those
NATURAt'VTIAMINS
Addressing 117 representatives
'Alin to leave and
- :ORGANIC FOODS:
of 49 grass-roots organizations at a Jews still in the Soviet Union who
return to Poland,j-
"Coohdeo; Berkley
meeting convened jointly by the demand the right to emigrate to -
where he stayed
Consulate General of_ Israel and Israel he said. It will be a letdown
briefly before,
the United Jewish Appeal of for Israel, for "everyone who de-
Opes Daily _Hi
emigrating -tit?
4111 ■
4b•-
Greater New York, Rivlin em- serves the name of Je*."
America.,
phasized the tremendous cost of
2. In this country
transportation and absorption —
hi ;. distinguished
$35,000 for the first year for a
-'.h-imself by a
Candy
family of four:
Angular devolioa:-.
He said, "We hope, for
- 35
lo the causes" of Jewish edUaation,.
study of Hebrew and the. various *ON dim from the &islet Union
Zionist funds in which he held
g h = office. Simultaneously, he
n Us.
Speak
, joined the ranks of the , Zionist oi7-
tio -Rabbinical Assembly
Joggpir, SAPH1R
in of "Anieriati •
Mr. Cannely was a national vice
NEW YORK—Dr. Nahum Gold-
Feb. 26 in - Australia where- lie. ..al president., and, for many years,
mann, president of, the World Jevi-
visiting as a member of a Knesset chairman of the Administrative ish Congress, will be among,
the
delegation. He was 70. '" Corrnittee of the ZOA. He was a leaders who will address the 72nd
@dr. Saphir, born in Jaffa, was a member of , the- Zionist Actions
annual
convention
of
the
Rabbini-
fourth generation Sabra, whose Corrrnittee and member-: of the ex- cal Assembly
parents were among the founders ecutive - of the World Union of March 12-16 at
of Petah Tikva, a !min in Israel's General Zionists.
the Concord Ho-
citrus belt.
'uoa*is is THE our — WICK IS
tel Kiamesha,
He was trained as a - farmer, Sidney Hollander, 90;
N.Y.
educated 'at the Teachers Semin-
lithera are
V-8, AUTO., VINYL INTERIOR,
ary and became a leader of the Active-sin Social Welfare Rabbi
Stanley
POWER STEERING, ALL GM
Farmers Association, the Citrus
SAFETY EQUIPMENT. STOCK #487
Brmnick,.
Rabbi
Growers Association and the Gen-
Gerson D.
eral Zionist Party. He was' presi-
- Rabbi Gilber
dent of the . Petah Tikva Town
Epstein,
Dr.
Council and served as mayor from
Louis Finkelstein
1941-50.
Gaynor Jacob
Following the establishment of
sim, Rabbi R..
the state, Mr. Saphir emerged
Gerson
Levi, Dr."Thr;
as a leader of the middle-road
Bernard Mancielbaom, Rabbi
Liberal Party. He was elected to
Judah Nadich and ,Bakbbi David
the Knesset in 1949, served as
Polish.
minister of transport in the
Ben-Ginion cabinet from 1952-
55 and as a minister-without-
portfolio In the national unity
coalition government formed by
the -late Premier Levi Eshkol
in June, 1967.
-Mr. Saphir was one of the Lib-
eral Party leaders who fostered
the alignment with the Herut fac-
SIDNEY . HOLLANDER
tion to form Gahal, Israel's prin-
cipal opposition party.
BALTIMORE—Sidney Hollander,
His death occurred at a time of- an industrialist and leader in na-
--
growing friction between - Liberal, tional social welfare, died here
and Herut members and some Feb. 23. He was 90.
political observers believe that the
Mr. Hollander was national
loss of his leadership will further president of the Council of Jewish
THE HUSBAND SAYS:
the trend toward a Liberal split Federations and Welfare Funds
with Herut.
The
Yontif is almost upon us. It is again time to gather our Mishpacha
from 1939 to 1946. He was a foun-
der of the liberal group, Ameri-
-
to perform the Passover Service.
cans for Democratic Action, and
Frank Woftman, 88;
served on the advisory, council of
THE
WIFE
COMMENTS:
Urban League. -
Mae Reuther's Father the
As a graduate of the University
How can I forget, when their is so much work for me
Frank Wolfman, father-in-law of of Maryland as a pharmacist in
the late Walter Reuther, died Feb. 1902, he was later to become presi-
to prepare for the Sedorim.
25. He was 88.
dent of the Maryland Pharmaceu-
THE SMART. SON SAYS:
Mr. Wolfman, 18515 Santa Bar- tical Co.
bara, was born in Russia and came
Let us call FRED BAUM- CATERER'S, for the greatest Passover Food
to the U. S. 70 years ago. He lived
in Detroit for 57 years. He was Poet Matvei Grubian
just like grandma, Bobi, used to make.
owner of the Wolfman Insurance Memorialized in USSR -
Agency until his retirement 20
Announcing death due to a heart
THE
5TH
OUCS7h..N:
years ago. His daughter, Mae, was attack on Feb. 9 of the Russian
killed with her husband, Walter, Jewish poet Matvei Grubian, the
Where on this night did we behold of this fabulous and fantastic
when their plane crashed near USSR Novosti Press -Agency is-
food" Such delicious food beginning with The tasty appetizers
Black Lake, Mich. in May, 1970. sued a release paying tribute to
He is survived by two sons, Earl him as an original writer who
and ending with the most,mouth watering selection of Passover
of Fort Meyers, Fla., and Leo had the eye of an artist," stating:
cakes . . . could only come from Fred Baum Caterers. We cater the
Wolf; six grandchildren and seven "His poetry enjoys great populari-
great-grandchildren.
complete Seder meal excluding wine and matzohs.
ty among Soviet readers.'
The Novosti release states about
Grubian: "His last book - , 'The
Sonia 'Won, Clubwoman Restless Wind,' published recently
LET US BE YOUR ANSWER TO ALL YOUR PASSOVER WORRIES '
Sonia Woll, an active club- in Yiddish by the Sovetsky Pisa-
woman in the Detroit Jewish com- tel. (Soviet Writer) House, was
CALL
munity, died Tuesday in Los An- the culmination of his long literary
geles. She was 75.
career."
Mrs. Woll, 7442 Paddlewheel, • Grubian was a regulat contribu-
At Congregation
-FRED BAUM - ..- _.'"57-rr
Birmingham, was a member of tor to Sovietish Heimland in whose
0 ...„3,aNP, '
Shoarey'Zsdek
Cong. Beth Abraham-Hillel, Baal offices its editor, Aron Vergelis,
Brith, Hadassah, Pioneer Women and other Russian writers paid

-
'-
Crowst-Koi los;-:Caterees
GITEL CROSS . . . 548:7997 -At
c oni,,,awk
and City of Hope.
honor to Grubian's memory.
„,
Born in Russia, Mrs. Woll leaves
two sons, Dr. Harry and Dr.-Louis;
Rabbi Wolf once reproached
a daughter, Mrs. Max (Frances) his- coachman for hitting the hor-
ORDERS WILL- BE _TAKEN UP TO NOON ON MARCH 26, 1972
Winston of Los Angeles; one sis- ses. "It is not even necessary to
PICK -UP AT ,SHAAREY ZEDEK_
:- , - _-.
' r •
ter, seven grandchildren,and,ffieL scold them, provided you talk to
SELL ROAD SOUTHRELD
,
• ,..., -;;...:....,::-...
gresibgrandchildren.
- -
them in the right way," he said. -



BERKLFY
HEALTH FOODS

-

THE SAGES COMMAND:

OBSERVE THE PASSOVER, KEEP IT TO REMEMBER
THA . T- ONCE WE-WERESLAVES- IN MITI





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