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July 19, 1991 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-19

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of the

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For Reservations Calk

Continued from preceding page

thought Florida was too un-
civilized.
Moses Levy was the father
of David Levy Yulee, who
reclaimed the Sephardic
family name and was elected
Florida's first senator when
it became a state in 1845. A
railroad builder, attorney
and plantation owner, David
Levy Yulee was also the first
Jew to go to Washington.
That accomplishment is
often credited to Sen. Judah
P. Benjamin of Louisiana,
but David Levy Yulee
preceded him by seven
years.
On display at the exhibit is
a copy of the David Levy
Yulee's letter of resignation
from the Senate and his rec-
ommendation that Florida
secede from the Union.
The exhibit is not without
kitschy Florida touches. A
whole panel is devoted to old
family photographs of chil-
dren riding stuffed
alligators. Viewers will also
chuckle at Fanny Moss's
seashell costume for the
Jacksonville Young Men's
Hebrew Association Purim
Ball in 1918. Fanny and her
mother collected buckets of
coquina shells and stitched
them like barnacles to a
pink knee-length dress,
cloche hat, gloves, mask and
stockings.
The organizers of Mosaic
chose only one Sefer Torah
for the exhibit. It came from
Moffit, Fla., a town east of
Sarasota no longer on the
map. Marcus Weinkle, who
ran a 2,000-acre lumber mill
in Moffit, brought the Torah
scroll to Moffit through
Palestine and Turkey after
he escaped from Russia in
the 1870s. His parents
buried the 14-year-old Mar-
cus alive, faking his death to
avoid his conscription into
the Russian army for 25
years. When night fell, Mar-
cus climbed out of the loosely
covered grave and escaped
with money, clothing and a
Sefer Torah that was hidden
nearby.
Locating the legendary
Torah scroll for the exhibit
was no easy task, said Ms.
Zerivitz. But that search was
minor compared to the
difficulty in acquiring a cer-
tain Army-issue knapsack.
The special satchel carried
the kiddush cup and
candlesticks used in the first
Jewish service conducted on
German soil after the libera-
tion.
Former U.S. Chaplain
Sidney Lefkowitz, now a 90-
year-old rabbi living in
Jacksonville, gave the dusty
old knapsack to his 10-year-
old grandson, Bobby, who lent
it for the exhibition. ❑

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