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wJewisti IFIondliiai m
ime 1 Number 17
Of Tampa
Tampa, Florida Friday, July 27,1979
Price 35 Centa
Secret Arab Money
Aspen Pressured To
Snub Israeli Prof
\ne Veil is the new president of the European Parliament. A
Ivor of Auschwitz, she received 192 ballots to assure her
ibbinic Elections Postponed for Year
ostponing the Chief Rab-
elections for another year
(tending the term of the
hi rabbis accordingly was
lured in the Knesset.
terms of the chief rabbis
ilready lapsed in fact since
lection was scheduled for
(II of 1977. Sephardic Chief
Ovadia Yosef has ceased
to his office in an effort to
ire the government and the
political parties into holding new
THERE IS little chance of this
however, since Likud and the
National Religious Party have in
effect agreed on a further
During the coming year, new
legislation will be passed, if the
government has its way,
reconstituing the Chief Rab-
binate so that incumbents would
be elected for ten-year terms,
instead of the present five.
The American Jewish
Committee said that it
backed the board of
trustees of the Aspen
Institute for Humanistic
Studies in their dispute
with the East-West
Foundation over the lat-
ter's alleged injection, of
anti-Israel bias into the
funding of the Aspen's
Middle East studies
The Aspen board has charged
specifically that Christopher
Beirn, president of the non-profit,
tax-exempt East-West Foun-
dation, threatened to terminate
an annual $600,000 grant to
Aspen unless it withdrew its
invitation to an Israeli
academician to participate in a
seminar on "The Arab World in
IRA SILVERM AN, director of
Special Programs of the
A.I Committee, told the Jewish

Women's Division Executive Board (L-R) Judy Rosenkranz, Anita Saphier, Paula
ika, Kay Jacobs, Marsha Levine, Ruth Wagner and Betty Shalett. Not pictured: Judy
i and Marsha Sherman. Photos By ChariieMotin
icobs Heads Women's Division
Jacobs was elected
ian of the Women's
pn of Tampa Jewish
Jtion at a board meeting
Jly 19 at Temple Schaarai
(The meeting was held at
iple because with camp in
i at the Jewish Community
there are no meeting
Im stressed individual
in her acceptance speech.
ferring to the benefits of
in Federation, she said,
*< work and have fun
6r, we strengthen the bonds
lite the Jewish people. We
then ourselves."
^ha Levine, outgoing
an. reviewed the ac-
Jhments of the past two
[during which she has
as chairman. Ruth
completing a two year
term as campaign chairman,
reported that in 1978 the
Women's Division raised
$101,000 and in 1979 they raised
$115,000. That represented 18
percent of the total campaign.
president of Tampa Jewish
Continued on Page 2
Ben Greenbaum, president TampaJewish Federation, with Kay
Jacobs (left), new chairman of the Women's Division, and
Marsha Levine, Women's Division outgoing chairman.
Telegraphic Agency that the
foundation's action was "another
example of deplorable attempts
by the Arabs and their
representatives in the business
world here to subvert academic
institutions for their political
He said the AJCommittee has
"full confidence in the integrity
of the Aspen Institute, with its
long tradition of intellectual
interchange with Israelis, among
other scholars, which will con-
Silverman said the
"A JCommittee has been in-
volved in regular contact with
Colin Williams, director of
Aspen's Middle East program,
and we know him to be com-
mitted to fair practice."
here. Aspen invited a Hebrew
University professor or Arabic
literature, Menachem Milson, to
participate in the seminar but
withdrew the invitation after
being informed by the State
Department that Milson, a
reserve officer in the Israeli army,
had served as an aide to the
Military Governor of occupied
territories in 1977.
No other Israeli was sub-
sequently invited. Joseph E.
Slater, president of Aspen,
denied that this was due to
pressure from Beirn, but other
sources said Beirn had protested
to Aspen against inviting any
The alleged threat by Beirn to
withdraw his foundation's grant
to Aspen was said to have been in
response to a resolution drawn up
by the Aspen board of trustees
objecting to interference by the
foundation in its Middle East
programs.' The resolution af-
firmed that Aspen would have
"absolute control" over the
choice of participants.
dation was established by the
Fluor Corp., a construction and
engineering firm said to do
billions of dollars worth of
business in Saudi Arabia.
According to the AJCommittee.
John Fluor, its chairman, who is
also chairman of the board of the
University of Southern
California, tried to use corporate
funds to influence the univer-
sity's Middle East Center in
similar pro-Arab ways.
The Aspen Institute is headed
by Robert Anderson, chairman of
the Atlantic Richfield Co. Its
stated purpose is to bring
together business, educational
and government leaders at
seminars on public affairs.
In Geneva
British Rabbi Jakobovits
Hits 'Holocaust Mentality9
GENEVA (JTA) A sharp
critique of present Jewish
priorities and concerns was
expressed by Dr. Immanuel
Jakobovits, Chief Rabbi of the
British Commonwealth, who
warned against "breeding a
Holocaust mentality" and
emphasizing the survival of Jews
over the survival of Judaism.
Jakobovits spoke on "a
cultural prospectus for the '80s"
at the annual meeting of the
Board of Trustees of the
Memorial Foundation for Jewish
Culture held here ealier this
month. He urged the Foundation
to undertake a global and historic
review of its tasks
HE SAID it should see the
Holocaust for example, not as a
reason for perpetual despair but
as a goad to affirmative Jewish
living in order to assure the
survival of Judaism. He said he
regretted that Zionism had set
itself too limited a goal.
The creation of a Jewish State
to secure the survival of Jews is
not enough; Israel must aspire to
become a state exemplifying the
survival of Judaism through the
realization of the noblest Jewish
virtues in the prophetic tradition,
the British Chief Rabbi said.
"Would it not be a
catastrophic perversion of the
Jewish spirit if brooding over the
Holocaust were to become a
substantial element in the Jewish
purpose and if the anxiety to
prevent another Holocaust were
to be relied upon as an essential
incentive to Jewish activity?" he
'The slogan 'Never Again,'
now m popular, is a poor sub-
stitute for purposeful Jewish
living as a potent driving force to
promote Jewish vitality."
CONTINUING, Jakobovits
said: "We exist not in order to
prevent our own destruction, but
to advance our special assign-
ment embodying the ageless
values which are our national
raison d'etre. We must shift the
current emphasis on the survival
of Jews to the survival of
Judaism. For without Judaism,
Jewish survival is both
questionable and meaningless."
He observed, in that con-
nection, that "Instead of making
and holding up Israel as the only
country in the world where one
can live a fully Jewish life, our
propaganda whether for
Continued on Page 6

of Tampa

Friday, J^
Tampa JSS Forms Employment Advisory Group
^^ il ma nrl frv nnlni n> i k._t_
. :*c
An IadaaUial Eajpioyi
Coeaaaaee has been
by Tanapa Jnea
S jc_a Service. Mxutdug to TJ3S
pres. ci*v eioptaent of job upporfMDBt
for tbe "bard to piny b the
purpose of this
chaired bv Gene Wt
said Anae Thai, executive
director of TJSS One. k
.ores valuable employees to
aad two. it is a
with direct iapot
towards osr chests.
Werthetmcr moved to Tampa
Mo cereal where he had
with Aiavaaa aad Thai be
that TJSS was reieniag
of caDsfor
Slacement- Aidman
rertheBBer to beip estabfcsfa
soch a rwmaue for Tampa-
The commute* will consist of
local business aad ptofcmnewl
people who win be confidentially
bnefcd on the background and
profiles of the "bard to employ
While no names will bo-
persons involved wtO have
their prior approval for their
to be reviewed before
this groan.
The hard to employ includes
immigrants and persons having
faced job discnminauon due to
age. physical handicap'
ermwyw"' handicaps, criminal
records or past problems with
drags or alcohol The committee
members will consider whether
they have ope- -heir own
bosiBesses or know of possible
openings in other businesses.
During the recession of 1973-
- S ?xpeneoced a high rate
of employment requests If
current economic predictions
-. ; -.-. TJSS expscta tim
demand for employment help to
again increase.
Committee members to date
are Nathan AbeL Dr Ralph
Ekhberg. Bonnie Halkzer Maril
Jacobs. Michael Levin* Rick
Levinson. Marshall Linsky. Ben
Lynn. John OsterweiL' Sam
Reiber. John Rosenberg. Dr.
E ugene-Schmuckier. Paul Tobin
and David Waksman
There has been one meeting of
the committee and the next
meeting is noon Aug. 14 at the
-h Community Center.
A nyone interested in ser\
this committee is asked to
contact Terry Aidman. Gene
W ert heimer or A nne Thai
Jacobs Heads Women *s Division Doctors Say Begin
Recovery is 'Gradual'
Coatiawed from Page 1
Federation, presentee Levine and
..-. gifts on behalf of
the Fede- The ac-
comphshments of the Woo
.sion we all know. But for the
itration and devotion of '.he
individual women, we can never
I agner. as chainr.
- .-.tee.
presented the following slate of
officers and board members who
were unanimously elected
Executive board members:
Judy Rosenkranz. campaign
cfca. -"- con>
educatioc. Betty Shaiett.
..- "g- Anita
secreta- Pi-.a
Zielonka. state task force.
raw* Lcviaa. past chainnar.
- Wagner, past campaign
chapman and Marsha Sherman.
National and Regional UJA
:en's Division officer
Board members for the next
two year? are Barbara Adler
Hope Barnett. Maureen Cohn.
Rhea Cohen. Donna C
Peggy Lots Frank. Joan
Gold- Gould H
Boot- Rhoda Karpay
Letb-- i Lew.* Nancy
;. --
tar. A bee Roser.thaL Jane
Rosenthal. Joan SauL I
Sper Sharaa !irlene
Terg and J oyc* Sarz -
Karpay. Joar. Saul !_:; ELk.r.
the hinrHeon.
of Tampa

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In Galilee
JNF Workers Attacked by Arabs
-JERUSALEM Personnel of
he J auonal Fund were
.ttacked by a hostile group of
oung Arabs outside the village
i in the western Galilee
ast week, where the JNF was to
tart work on an access road to a
iew Israeli look-out post nearby
The rioters, apparent,
tigated by outside political
ctivists. were m violation of an
greement signed by village
fficials the day before. They
ere violently opposed to any
urther development of the land
Sr Jewish settlement.
SOME TEN victims, including
Policemen, employees of the JNF.
ad local residents, were injured
then the attacking group of
\rabs armed with sticks and
uriing stones set up barricades
A burning tires to block paaaage
i JNF bulldozers and workmen
eeking to begin construction on
he road After two hours of
ghung. poice managed to
?scon a convoy of JNF
uUdozers through the village
nd work on the new road was
nally started.
Commenung on the incident-
abbi William Berkowiu.
-esident of the Jewish National
und of America, denounced it as
i unlawful, violent and brutal
gation of Israeli rights."
He emphasized that, despite
us vicious attack, the JNF is
ick in action working on the
d In this instance, he said,
re are moat certainly victims of
nseleas aggreasion the only
ing we are guilty' of is wanting
improve the landour land.''
-THE LESSON is clear
ough. Rabbi Berkowitz
nunued. 'For the terrorist
JO and for many Palestinians.
y JNF radamataon work -
ieed the vary aaaa of a Jewata
and the location is irrelevant. The
la stop Arab
resentment would be to stop all
JNF operations in Israe
media tety
Bat that something the
people of Israel will not allow
nor will the supporters of the
JNF throughout the free world
stop making the funds possible
for the blazing of new roads, the
planting and maintenance of
forests, the preparation of land
for new settlements, and the
creation of new parks and
recreation areas I f anything, this
incident strengthens our resolve
to raise the funds needed for
immediate acceleration of JNF
projects in Israel.
Among the nearly 40 Arabs
arrested by the police were
~r -
calle: a of Tomorrow
-raei fa<
resettled- for the
The 3-km road I 8 mile--
currently under construction by
the Jewish National Fund with
contributions f rocr. JNF
porters throughout the world It
leads to the top of Mt Z.v where
plans call for the building of a
look-out post for protection
against possible terrorist attack
This is one of 30 such look-out
posts now being erected
throughout the Galilee on Israeli-
owned land as an initial stage in
the development of new set-
tlements in the area
JERUSALEM iJTAi Prime Minister Menach
- making a "gradual recovery." doctors at
Hadassah Medical Center reported. the symptoms of dizziness have clearedi
anc ibfe to walk around in his room, but he is!
ng from an impairment of vision
BEGIN WAS admitted to the hospital last Thur
treatment of a small blood clot that lodged ini
g nlood to his brain.
He received get-well messages from President Can
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and President Ann
gypt, among hundreds of others from all o^
it's Bureau Cheif. Hassan Kamel. telephoo
Chief, aide. Eliahu Ben-Elissar. to convey
ptian leaders best wishes for Begins speeds recovajj
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lay, July 27.1979
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 3
Meeting Set on
Community Calendar
rhe 1979-1980 Tampa Jewish
imunity Calendar will be
limited by the Tampa
Irish Federation under the
Irmanship of Marsha Levine
I Ruth Wagner.
an attempt to overcome
problems and improve the
iracy of the calendar, every
pnization has been asked to
plete a set of monthly forms
eting dates and return them
Federation office by July
rganizations not responding
not be included on the
ndar of events, the chairmen
and / or
representatives have been invited
to attend a calendar meeting on
Thursday, Aug. 2, at 7:30 p.m..
at the Jewish Community Center.
At that time, the calendar will be
reviewed so any conflicts can be
"As the Tampa community
continues to grow and the
number of organizations,
meetings and programs increase,
the Community Calendar plays a
most important role," according
to the chairmen. "While we do
not have all the answers, every
attempt will be made to keep the
calendar up to date and as ac-
curate as possible," they con-
State Dep't. Mum On
reisky Meet With Arafat
neeting in Vienna between
Irian Chancellor Bruno
ky and Palestine Liberation
pization chief Yasir Arafat
rig dismissed with a terse
.iment" by the State
>artment spokesman
ng Carter said he had "no
as to whether the U.S.
in advance that Arafat
[be meeting with Kreisky, a
president of the Socialist
ational. Before saying "no
ent," he referred to the
fct as the "Austrian
East specialist at the
)epartment, asked by the
Telegraphic Agency why
irtment did not condemn
eting for giving legitimacy
|fat, replied, "We did not
be rude to Kreisky. With
to Arafat, our views have
pnged. Don't worry, we're
specialist interjected a
In of his own. "Do you
here can be peace without
When told, of course,
jn-PLO Palestinians, he
ingressional source told
that the Arafat-Kreisky
was "terrible because it
kafat respectability." He
irafat's appearance in
with a Socialist Inter-
leader "is not only
'I'd, but it is dangerous.
js Renewing?
or renewing diplomatic
between Israel and
vas laid here when
Meshel, secretary
[of Histadrut, signed an
pnt with Mogoakam
bead of the trade union
*t in Zaire, to resume
bte cooperation between
abor federations.
latic relations between
itries were broken by
kring the Yom Kippur
This further alienates Israel from
the Europeans and makes it more
difficult to reach a Middle East
Camp Yo Tarn, the junior high division of the JCC Camp, recently spent one week wilderness
camping. Departing from Tampa on July 19, they camped first at Stone Mountain, Ga., and
then went to Smoky Mountain National Park on the Tennessee-North Carolina border. The
campers, guided by counselors Larry Harrison and Nancy Glickman, spent their time hiking in
the moutains, learning wilderness survival techniques, and outdoor cooking. Participants in the
trip were Amy Richman, Candy Jones, Michelle Dwoskin, Todd Davis, Todd Shoemaker,
Marty McDermott, Matt Garcia, Matt Schifter, Patti Marenus, Aaron Feldman, Lisa Vlock,
Deana Faulkenstein, Elise Arnold, and John Green. They are due to return to the comforts of
civilization today.
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Soviet books and other media is an alsiuamg trend- The
Soviet Union, whOe allowing more Jam to emigrate in an
obvious attempt to placate the United States and receive
Moat Favored Nation trade benefits, is at the
; its attacks on Jews.
Officially sponsored anti-Semitism, which has been in
evidence since the 1967 Six-Day War. appears to be
growing, sometimes, but not always, thinly disguised as
This trend was recently condemned by Rep. Dante
Fasceil ID.. Flat and Sen. Claibome Pell ID.. R.I.I. the
chairmen of the U. S. Commission of Security and
Cooperation in Europe which monitors the compliance
with the Helsinki agrements. They called the increasing
anti-Semitism in the USSR "alarming'* and a "virulent
Probably the most prehensive part of the anti-
Semitic fjtrnptjign is the "tilriiy of Titmieit and Judaism
with facism and the Nazis This iaaapwrially repulsive
from a country that has aought to obttareta the fact of the
murder of miPions of Rnsaian Jews by the Nazis and the
country that signed a pact with Hater which opened the
-ray for the duet mil in. of Palish Jewry, as well as all
huropeen Jewry.
A Haven for Them in Herzlia
""!tie wish Flor idian
of Tan pa
Lomdom Ckromd* Syndicate
HERZLIA They all have
the same aam look around
the eyes, these women who have
been beaten up by their
husbands. They're from different
ethnic backgrounds North
African. Yemenite, Fakuha
bat always the same cowed
bodies, line* ot paia on the face,
and feat, a terrible rmphwahkt
fear tn thee yes-
Ia the women's abater in
Herriia. run by Ruth Basnk with
a dedication boras of a life-king
concern ith women's rights,
there is an laiiaphtii of com
mune- The old house has been
suiiiiwaaari by a high wire fence
to keep out
It is not generally known
that there are many Jewish
women who come under the
description 'Battered Wives.'
Gloria Deutsch writes here of
her visit to the women's
shelter in Herzlia.
There is one bathraom djn
stanUy being used to bathe oalbf
the infants The walk are covaftad
with children's paintings, and
there is an incongruous postern
a beautiful woman eVsesad in M
wardinn lace looking out Chi uagh
the French windows of an elegant
sitting room to gracious gardens
below s Car cry from the lives
these women have I
who. unable to take the
brutality any longer, fled to this
haven. The gate is kept locked,
bat s amauae vasaar can get SB as
long as the key can he
which is forever going astray
years of
Friday. July 27. 1979
Volume 1
iMhaannmbsronsaoveramsntprsgrsqr. -----i_**a=SS!
3 AB5739
Number 17
INSIDE the smsl house, s
kind of organized chaos reigns,
with beds in every available
space, linen neatly folded, s tele-
vision in the nor, cots, babies
and children children every-
where. In the kitchen, s huge pot
simmers with lunch for the
present inhabitants, eight women
and 12 children, from babes-in-
arms to junior high school age
u 26. and after seven
violence from bar
s escaped with her
two small children to the abater.
She -il not go back to him now
TV- rrprrinnrai ihri line iflisetji
terrifying, and one of the iiiintn
of her maltreatment is that ate is
going to lose all of her front teeth
because of the beatings. But she
still speaks of her
without hate.
"YOSSI WAS s race boy
I married him seven years ago.
and I really loved him. After am
months be began hitting me. He
started to play cards, and to
cover his debts, be began to sell
the furniture One day, I
from my job ss
i^yrlnr for the DUUt-
and everything had gow
fridge, the cooker, my
"He triad to push meetl
window, then he burned*"
with cigarettes saying '
spoil my best
illr t0 -
tanuorm. dean and nut I
away He beat me ewrjj
Qtee he pashnd my bann
taftWU and once he town
itae gats hysterias
anstmag--"-11 lik"*
saacer aot being qul
bs* afterwards he's ""*
ant swears he woo i_do
Six years ago. I '
dn^rce but be won
awrt ahhaughthei
talwm forlhreehour*!*
it was hopeless so I ***
BHPtths ago when Yoaw
front ofTneighbor J*'
was too much The ye***
baatings she could sa*J-
the pubhc disgrace new
and she fled to Herd*
mosths. Her fat*! *'
she has only been si

Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 5
\ 'j.nn
is PLO Penchant
Carter's Meddling Problem for Israel
\ManchesterlN.H.I Union Leader
Friends and enemies of Prime
Minister Begin ask, "Why did he
;'rmit the establishment of a
lettlement near Nablus (Klon
|Ioreh) ius! at this time?
Since the Begin / Sadat
fegotiationa began. Carter has
at erf erred, more and more
iking over the Arab position
nil now it seems that Jerusalem
not negotiating with Cairo but
lith Washington. It is an in-
errable situation. In a way,
jrter is responsible for Elon
[oreh. Elon Moreh was
ithorized (at this time) as a
rnal to Washington that there
[a limit to how far Israel can be
irter's persistent flirtation with
PLO and the dangerous
^plications inherent in this,
pey are concerned over U.S.
ate Department meddling in
Idea and Samaria. Rut, par
[ularly irksome is the fact that
Carter administration has
en untruthful, repeatedly
,-ing (in an aggrieved manner)
It Begin promised not to build
pegin never promised to stop
Gael's settlements legal,
M ified and essential to national
jrity. No Arabs are displaced
the numbers of settlers
istitute no threat to area
Elon Moreh is not choice real
ate. No one lives on this
Jtop rockpile. Elon Moreh
luld have been settled sooner or
tr, but Begin picked now
ause he had to make it crystal
ar that while he is willing
Jainst the misgivings of most
aelis) to surrender the security
kanse of Sinai in exchange for
pace.'' he cannot give up
aeli rights to live in Judea,
oaria and Gaza. He will not
|w a potentially dangerous
State to be established there.
MAKE this point (an
riant one if the "peace
Cess" is to continue), Begin
a "Go Ahead" bound to
(roke screams from the State
fcirtment. (It is interesting
Washington didn't wait for
at to complain; Carter is keen
kowtowing to OPEC, the PLO
tthfi Reject ion ist States." A
111 group settling on
habited land gets con-
rable press play, but have
I heard that Israel built and
led a new hospital in
iswering attacks, Begin said,
ce forming the government,
ave not misled anybody. At
opportunity, and par-
arly during the 12 days of
?amp David discussion, we
red and reiterated that
alem is the eternal, in-
Kble capital of Israel (and) we
' the full right to settle in all
of Eretz Israel. Such a
Bment is also a vital security
" to prevent the murder of
vs constitute only a fraction
percent of the population
Idea and Samaria. Even if
I number were to triple or
jple in coming years the
ers could in no way
ten Arab dominance. If an
omous Arab region in
i and Samaria (with an Arab
ation of over one million)
f>i tolerate a Jewish presence
to 20 or (to be highly op-
tic) say someday 100,000,
[the so-called peace-process
faste of time worse, it is a
but they are courageous
atriotic. Elon Moreh is on
Mm route in the proposed
fcmous zone to Israel's
pble nine-mile-mide waist
. coast. An attack to cut
in half, would come right
claims in full.
IN THEIR SUIT, they point
out that requisitioning of
privately-owned land for set-
tlement contradicts Israeli
government policy.
The government
convince a very
down the Nablus road. Elon
Moreh, perched on a rocky
hilltop, could deter that
potentially deadly aggression,
and Israel Chief of Staff Eitan
made this point June 19. It was
not widely reported in the U.S.
While most Israelis support
the government's right to
establish s'ttlements, they also
demand that rights of individuals
be respected. It is safe to say that
the majority were pleased when
on Wednesday, June 20. the
Israeli Supreme Court acting on
the request of 17 Arab land-
owners from Rujeib village (who
claim title to the land
requisitioned by the govern-
ment), ordered a halt to all
further construction at Elon
Moreh until the court hears their
now has to
court that building on this site is
essential to national security.
That may be complicated by
Begins agreement to give Egypt
the Rafiah settlements on Tel
Aviv's approaches; they cer-
tainly are security assets.
Egypt Hikes
Oil Price
Energy Minister Yitzhak
Modai informed the
Knesset's Economic
Committee that Egypt has
just raised the price of its
oil to about $32 per barrel,
up from $18.50.
He said the new price
corresponded more or less
to the spot market price at
Rotterdam and indicated
Cairo may use it as a
bargaining point in political
negotiations with Israel.
Menachem Begin returned from
his summit meeting with
President Anwar Sadat in
Alexandria, he announced a
promise by the Egyptian leader
to make Sinai oil available to
Israel at the world market price
after Nov. 26 when Israel hands
over the Alma oilfields in western
Sinai to Egypt.
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Daf Yomi
Capital Punishment
In studying the Torah and Talmudic pronouncements
regarding the imposition of capital punishment, it is imperative
to approach th. from a holistic point of view. In Genesis
9:6 and 6" it :s written, and surely your blood of your lives will I
require: at the hand of every beast will I require it; and at the
hand of man. even at the hand of every man's brother, will I
require the life of man Whoso sheddeth mans blood by man
shall his blood he shed, for in the image of God made He man."
From this quotation we learn that beast as well as man must
iMi a penalty of death for killing a person. In the Talmud
.Sanhednn' we are told that a beast that has killed a human
must be destroyed so that he does not bring painful reminders of
his misdeed to the family of the stain individual.
The above Quotation mdicataa that a human who lolls is
lalhJMl to the death penalty either "at the hand of man."
meaning after a fair thai before the Sanhedrin or by the hand
of every, man s brother, by avengers.
TRADITIONAL HISTORY shows us. however, that with
ran exceptions the law calling for capital punishment was used
primarily as a psyxhological deterrent This we derive from two
unrelated courses of legal procedures: one: the concept of the
af refuge which was designed to protect a killer from
avengers and to insure him a fair trial, and two: the application
of this most severe of all punishments to a wide range of crimes
In KaadwJ B 12 we read. He that smites a man so that he
dieth. shall surely be put to death This is interpreted as
referring to a man who commits a premeditated murder, because
the next sentence in Exodus says. And if a man lie not in was.
but God cause it to come, then 1 wil appoint thee a place
hitherbe may flee. The place to which to flee was the City of
Refuge The la forbade any avenging next-of-kin to follow
any one into this asylum.
Naaatasa 5 1Q~3S says, you shall appoint cities to be Cities
ai Refuge for you. that the slayer that kills any person through
error may flee thether Moses himself set aside three such
ciues. Bexen. Rarooth and Gobs in Transyordan
'D*%.t*rx>mom\ 4 43 \fter the conquest of the promised land.
Joshua, his disciple, sanctified other au. Kedeah. Sheet*.-.
and Hebrew Josaaa 30 FJ Later all 42 does alloted to the were declared C-.taes of Refuge Stalk -1
The Talmud gives the following facts All roads that led to
these sanctuaries had to be kept in good repair and had to
display clear signs of direction The new arrival had to register
at the atv gate and was there assigned a house to bve in natal
his tnal was called He was permittee to bring his family and
Ida students
AT HIS TRIAL .: as required tha: three wtaaaw taatjfj
st him One of the three mast swear that be had amec
bun not to commit the fatal act. and the other two bobs* swear
tha*. they had actually seen aim inmmit the slaving No cr-
cumstanual evidence was admitted- .All three w-.iaesses were
made aware that i the court found the defendant guilty the
_-d have to initiate the procedures for tag oat
the death penalty Any wnae found to be false, suffered the
death penalty hansetf
If found innocent- the irtrmdam had to return to the City of
Refuge tc escape the avenging kinsmen There he could now
hold high office and accept honors so long as the cnmmniaty
ere made aware of the deed he had coauaittad. There he
remained for as long as the High Priest lived When at his
death, a new High Priest took office, the rights of the avengers
ere terminated Those who wished to leave the City of Refuge
could do so safely for i an av laaai killed at tins time he was
considered guihy of premeditate murder
A stated above, capital puatsamec: was made the penal:
a wide range of crimes such as bestialty aduhary. rirraappmg
adobtrv and a rebemous act on the par. of a son The case of the
ulwBioai son is pnrtarukrry enhgaweaiag Thai rebeaaous aa
must take place within a specified use faaa the ages : f
vears and one day. and 13 years and three months raahes**-*
* If one parent demanded the deatr. penalty for the sob bat
Jier parent said no. it was aemec :f tae parent* dad not bve
cv-mpatiSS. the* could not demand '.** dealt penalty for their
son. aor could they if either .-ne was sufleraag from any pkyaca.
handicaps From aial these piovaswaaa. Wahhi Jubafccoachadaa
that there never was and never wil be genuine case of a
soa. and tha: Baa Iwaak jsee tae tnreat of capital
a big stack :. trotter, boys so that they wonad
not behave rebeaaouary
It is letorded that oa several occas*.-ns whea ovw aaraat ran
exercssed However the
power to aaapose the
Sef are tne desmaruor of the Hofy
and the Torah. it s
\ D
T mm ha I dai
always bees bete
cknow iecgec as ax extaoive data nan.
and proruaons am aaade to protect ha? i
w' ah Torah greeting* and a Goad
uss*- Resettlement Prograrn
'rnstutors Tra^tsporflers. FraavKtt Caaalpuju Vovers
Tampa Jewish Social Service
for more infonnation
Concert Set at
Beth Israel
Zoe Dvorak. coloratura
soprano will present a concert of
classical and popular music.
Saturday. Aug 4. at ^ 30 p.m. at
Beth Israel Synagogue This
program is sponsored by the
Men's Club of Congregation Beth
Dvorak has a national concert
reputation and has starred in
Madame Butterfly. Romeo
and Juliet" and Pagbacci She
has been featured in solo per
formances with symphony or-
chestras throughout the United
Donauc W For ad-
ditional information and
-ervauons. call Beth Israel.
Continued from Page 1
prv not as a sanctum-
. .-
but pr. u ar. asylum for
the bor -.aven of secu:
for Jews in danger And once it
;*- r.
the attraction :s vaiated and the
-_::-- le tobe
disenrhanged. Jakobov-its said
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example recalkag
that on his return from a visa to
the USSR several years ago he
as a target of abuse for ad
naaattaa] adding Let my people
la the slogar. Let my people
go. convinced that if we dad not
work hard at the regeneratsaa of
as they left Russia, the wefls of
Soviet ahya would dry up for lack
of Jewish feahsm
Now. with 70 percent or more of
seek a Jewah life the
given way to const
W hat have we
they wi be evea 1
being Jews ihae the*
before""" he asked
Jakohovaa mad that Zaamam
to raaaae one of as
By creatmg a
bas-taos of Jewtsh We
tan finis rr asm was to fortify the
" rwish pnde aad
H the tade of drift
Mag aae tads
ec theCmef
the free
July 27
aros S-oobo- sarvieaa conducted by loy leoder Sam Lokr.
: Corooi "- "cnge ="d EHect on the Jewish
Jwly 28
Congregot.on Ko' Am, Men's Club Rowdies Night -8pm F0r,J
- Sd Besmertnik o' 886-3474
To->po Jowi* Federation nformol boord meeting o- 3e homj
Mr and Mrs Ben Greenboum 4 to 8 p m. JCC pre-scriool evema
Corel's' mee'mg -7 30 p m
.;: -ioo co-op 10to 12 30ot the JCC
':-:: je* s^ Federation President's Round Table "ee1 ng 7J
f m JCC Library
Concert pr;g'a~ Zoe 0 s-o*1 $2 50 donation
.e* ill Ac Ve'era-s Albert Aronowitz Post #373 Mee-ng lOo in,
JCC Jew *h War Veterans AuKiliory Meeting 10 a m. JCC.
Monday and Wednesday 1 ta 6 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday 1 ta t p.m.
Friday 1 to 4 30 p.m.
Saturday 11 o.m. ta S p.m.
Sunday Noon to 6 p.oi.
Matthew* Levy
Phyllis Robin Matthews, daughter of Mr. and
Mn Ira Matthews of Miramax, became the bride
)ary Marvin Levy, son of Mr. and
Samuel Levy of Lakeland, on Sunday aftexnoon.
July 22. in a double-ring ceremony at the
Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood Beach.
ibbi Samuel Jaffe of Temple Beth El of
fkiated at the wedding, which was held in the
Embassy Room of the hotel and was followed by a
reception in the Scheherazade Room.
The bride chose her sister. Mrs Martone
of, a> matron of honor. The groom was
attended by his father *s best man.
The bride's gown was made of white organza
a double bertha collar of Schiffli embroidery
and had an empire waistline marked with Venice
lace- It hab short sleeves and a long full skirt
h appliques of Venice lace and edged
with q wide flounce of Schifni embroidery The
bride carried a bouquet of white roses and ba
breath and wore a full three-tier fingertip wfl
attached to a lubet cap covereq with Schala
The bnde is a recent graduate of the Uahrei
of South Florida in Tampa, where aae earned a
RA degree in mass communications She plans a
career in personnel management- The groom ia
resident unit administrator at Eastern Michigan
Following a wedding trip through the state of
Florida, the couple wifl reside in Ypsdaati Math
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great lasliog meal Your famdy arm iea*y love tr-^
on of luepiacrt made anth ctwese and toma^saiv
seasoned the Chefs special a>
Cneese rUvnoh m Sauce horn Chat Boy-ar-d
dehcious hot meal anthcrieese
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'all me about your social news
it 872-4470,
Karla (left and Kim Edelson, 12-year-old twin daughters of
r. and Mrs. Irving Edelson, 1019 S. Rome Ave., Tampa, share
)at prior to practice for the Palma Ceia All-Star major division
Is softball team. Kim and Karla, members of Schaarai Zedek
femple. were selected for the All Star team for their play at
cond base and short stop during the regular season. In the AU-
ar game against Skyway, Karla was switched to the outfield
Id Kim played second base. Behind 6-3 in the last inning, Karla
locked in two runs but lost the chance to be a hero when she
is waived around third base and was tagged out sliding into
Ime. Palma Ceia lost 6-5. Karla and Kim will be eighth graders
|\\ ilson Junior High in the Fall.
A grand welcome to Adam Daniel Goldstein, baby son of
rbara and Bruce Goldstein. Adam was born July 13 at 2:52
i. at Women's Hospital. He weighed a healthy 8 pounds and
I 21 '*" long, at birth. The very proud grandparents are
nice and Gerald Brass and Irving Goldstein, and great-
indma is Sadie Block all of Miami. Adam, (who joins his 2V
ur old sister Stephanie), was named at a ceremony at his home
July 22 with Rabbi Frank Sundheim officating. Our most
arty congratulations Goldsteins! P.S. I just spoke to Barbara
lii she asked me to add the fact that Adam's godparents are
Irhura's sister and brmther-in-law Dr. Joel and Adrianne
(Herman of Fort Lauderdale.
Word has come from Canada of the birth of Rabbi Lazar
Dvora Rivkina'fourthchild. The baby, a boy, was born July
| in Montreal, which is the home of Dvora's parents, Rabbi and
j. Goriletsky. The Rivkin's three other children are, Bruria, 5,
Hel, 3'/i, and Ephraim, l'/i. The Bris for their most recent
|dition was held last Sunday in Montreal.
A belated congratulations to Lori and Mike Wallace on the
hh of their daughter Cassandra Ann who was born on May 1
[Women's Hospital. Cassandra is lucky to have a terrific older
pther. Jason. The proud grandparents are Sol and Mickey
Jlaceand Charles and Mary Ellen Davis (of Miami).
Speaking of Sol and Mickey Wallace, they will be attending
Iwo week long Purex Brokerage Meeting at Keystone Lodge in
(y stone, Colo, (near Dillon). One of the best parts of the
nvention is that after the meetings, the participants may take
.Vantage of John Gardner's tennis camp which is located at
lystom Lodge. Have a marvelous trip, and we know you will
|oy that cool weather!
Jane Spector and her daughter Amy will be visiting family
[Pittsburgh and Caper Cod for a few weeks while husband Neil
Vvs at home, in Tampa, to study and prepare for the Florida
[r exam. TheSpectorsmoved to Tampa from Pittsburgh about
pen months ago, and this is their first visit back.
Congratulations to Robin Lane, who was recently admitted
[the Florida Bar. Robin graduated from Stetson Law School.
{ht now, in addition to being mommy to son Joshua, Robin
|ps out husband. Chet in his law practice.
Visting Anna Lee and Jay Markowitz, from Springfield,
were daughter and son-in-law Sandra and Lt. Col. Martin
ritz. Along for the five day visit also, were grandchildren
vra Eileen who is 16 years old and 15-year-old, Kenneth
chad. Lt. Col. Hurwitz is stationed in Washington, D.C. at
i Pentagon.
Dr. and Mrs. Bob Greenberger and their children Randiand
rk, and Sue's parents, Dr. and Mra. Perry Mfllman, recently
irned from a week at the Surf and Racquet Club on Siesta
They went to Sara so ta two days after Randi and Mark
arned from a month at Camp Coleman, (in Georgia) where
! said they had a marvelous time.
Bill Barnes, just attended the "Million Dollar Roundtable"
ual convention in Chicago. He is a Fidelity Union Life
ent_ Bill is a member of congregation Kol Ami, where his wife
rilyn is corresponding secretary.
Don and Beth Melbnan and John and Leslie Osterweil
ently returned from a five day relaxing vacation at the
rado Beach Hotel Resort in Puerto Rico. It was Don and
Ih's first extended vacation away from their children in 11
fts so you know they must have especially enjoyed this trip!
Dr. and Mra. David Bornatein will be moving to Palm
rbor (between Dunedin and Tarpon Springs) in the beginning
fhe year. While their new house is being completed in Palm
rbor, they will continue to reside in Tampa; and. David is
anwhile commuting to Anclote Manor (in Tarpon Springs)
Continued on Page 9
Vision Impaired
'Tiny' Clot Lodged in Brain Vein
Prime Minister
Menachem Begin is resting
comfortably at Hadassah
Hospital where he was
admitted last Thursday
night for treatment of what
his doctors described as a
small blockage of a vein
supplying blood to his
brain. He is receiving anti-
coagulant drugs to prevent
a recurrence and other
Begin was visited by his
long-time aide and con-
fidant, Transport Minister
Haim Landau, who told
reporters afterwards that
the Prime Minister was in
excellent spirits.
Begin was hospitalized after
complaining of giddiness and
impaired vision, although he
continued to carry his full work
load through the next day.
DR. ASA HAREL, director of
the Hadassah Medical Center,
offered a guarded prognosis. He
said Begin's condition has passed
the acute stage and was
stabilized. He said that while the
symptoms of giddiness and loss
of balance would disappear over
the next two weeks, it was too
early to say whether Begin's
vision problem would be
correcteaWuring the recuperative
Harel said earlier that Begin
had a "tiny" clot lodged in a vein
four millimeters long. He un-
derwent a brain scan and, ac-
cording to Yediot Achronot, he
will undergo another later this
week to determine the extent of
brain damage.
Harel and the medical team
treating Begin noted that the
Prime Minister was admitted to
the hospital "walking on his own
two feet."
HAREL SAID this was the
first time Begin has suffered an
illness of this kind. He stressed
that it was not connected with
the heart attack he had two years
ago or the subsequent in-
flammation of the membranes
surrounding his heart for which
Begin was twice hospitalized
after his election as Prime
Harel said Begin had in-
structed his doctors to make the
details of his illness public. In
addition to Harel, the medical
team includes Dr. Mervyn
Gottesman, a leading car-
diologist, and Dr. Basil Lewis,
Begin's personal
Begin's personal physician.
Dutch Neo-Fascists'
Appearance Protested
Interior Minister Hans Wiegel
has rejected a protest by the
Netherlands Auschwitz Com-
mittee against the appearance of
three Dutch neo-Fascists before
the Police Acaderjiy at Apeldoorn
at the invitation of its student
The event, reported by the
local press, took place in April
during a seminar at the Police
Academy on neo-Fascism.
INVITED to speak were Joop
Glimmerveen, leader of the neo-
Fascist "Nederlandse
Volksunie," who discussed the
aims of -his party, and two
representatives of neo-Fascist
youth groups.
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Commercial Agreement
A 'First' Between Israel and Egypt
TEL AVIV (JTA) The first
commercial agreement between
Israel and Egypt leading to trade
between the two countries that
could begin in a month was
announced here. The agreement,
signed between Koortrade. the
international marketing division
of Israel's giant Koor Industries,
and an as yet unnamed Egyptian
firm, calls for the dispatch of a
Koor representative to Egypt
within a short time and the
opening of an office in Israel by
the Egyptian company.
Naftali Blumenthal. director
general of Koor. revealed that
two of its executives recently
spent a week in Egypt in
negotiations that culminated in
the signing of a memoradum of
cooperation. The two men, Benny
Gaon of Koortrade and Gavriel
Nevo of A Ida, a Koor marketing
affiliate, reported that they had
been warmly received by
Egyptian officials, local in-
dustrialists and leading com-
mercial figures.
ACCORDING TO Gaon. trade
will begin in about a month on a
small scale Initially, the goods
will have to be transshipped via a
European port, but later they will
move directly by way of El Arish,
Gaon said. Payment will be made
in U.S. dollars or other in-
ternational currencies, and the
Israeli goods will have to h
packed in accordance with the
buyers' wishes, meaning that the
Israeli trade names would be
removed and the items will be
marked under the trade name of
the Egyptian purchaser.
Gaon said the Egyptians were
interested in agricultural items
such as drip irrigation systems,
pesticides, equipment for chicken
farms, solar energy units and
such house finishing items as
sanitary plumbing, and alum-
nium window frames. He also
mentioned oil refining equip-
ment. Egypt is offering to sell
Israel cotton and possibly other
agricultural products.
The announcement, though
greeted enthusiastically, brought
words of caution from the Israeli
principals involved and from
local industrialists and financial
experts familiar with the
Egyptian market and Egyptian
business methods.
that what Eypt is interested in
primarily at this stage is Israeli
know-how. Gaon and Nevo said
the Egyptians are aware of
Israel's industrial capabilities,
their products and the costs and
therefore what is feasible for
them to buy.
Yitzhak Matza. an Egyptian-
born Israeli industrialist who
produces solar energy equipment,
warned against too high hopes
for a large-scale market in Egypt
for Israeli goods. He said the
Egyptians don't like to be rushed
in making deals, they don't like
to be pressed by outsiders or
have anything "pushed down
their throats."
Matza said he would seek an
understanding with the Egyptian
firm rather than try to flood the
Egyptian market with Israeli
equipment. He observed that
while Egypt enjoys a great deal
of sunshine, it is not very ad
vanced in solar energy usage.
Matza advised his fellow Israeli
industrialists not to seek markets
for manufactured products but to
try instead to sell their
cooperation. to make part-
nerships and to finish goods in
Egypt Above all. he advised
them to establish personal
friendships with their Egyptian
counterparts because the
Egyptians do business only with
MATZA SAID that Israel's
geographic proximity to Egypt is
an important advantage that
could lead to an industrial boom
in the area based on Israeli-
te gj ptian technical and industrial
cooperation. But it will take time,
he said.
Dr. Salaman Segal, an
associate director general of
Bank Leumi. Israel's largest
bank, noted that Israeli industry
in general is very much
European-oriented, and it will
take time to adopt to the Oriental
style of doing business.
Segal estimated that wh
borders are opened for
Israel could export up to I
million worth of goods to I"
in the first three years, i
large amount. He saw the id
stages of industrial
as mainly one of selling I
how and establishing
ventures based main
as the Anglo-Palestine
before Israel's independent^
branches in Arab countri
now studying the possibil
opening a branch in CairaS
said. A aptiial team was sell
study Egyptian monetary |
and regulations.
Koor Industries, owneil
Histadrut, operates 100 fa
in industrial areas rnetij
steel, chemicals and
maceuticals, pesticides.
and glass, food pro
detergents, shoes and ek
Its Koortrade subsidiary/
outlets in 40 countries.
turnover of $480 million W
Resignation Honors
3 Jewish Peers, 2 Knights Named
A Protect of Tmp Jawtth Fadwation
London Chronicle Syndicate
LONDON The resignation honors
hst of James Callaghan, the former
Prime Minister, published this week,
includes three Jewish life peers, Harold
Lever, Sir Myer Galpern and George
Strauss, and two knights, Raphael Tuck
and Montague Levine.
Lever, who was Chancellor of the
Duchy of Lancaster, is MP for Man-
chester Central. His elevation will mean
a by-election in what is regarded as a safe
Labor seat.
Deputy Speaker of the House of
Commons and former MP for Glasgow
Shettleston, did not stand for reelection
at the dissolution of the last Parliament.
ANOTHER NEW Jewish peer who
also retired, as MP for Vauxhall, is
George Strauss, who was "FatherH
House" and a former Minister of*
Raphael Tuck, one of the new to
was MP for Watford before his
ment from the House at the dj
The other new knight, Dr. W
Levine, who has been w
physician for the past ten yea"'
South London general practitior*
shares his surgery with his *
Rose Levine.
HE IS age 57, was bom in Ma*j
and qualified in Dublin, where
one lime lecturer in anatomy
Royal College of Surgeons.
He is clinical tutor in gen,eral,'
at St. Thomas' Hospital. Undjj
assistant deputy coroner for >
The Levines are members o
ah one government

y, July 27, 1979
Th* Jewish Floridian of Tampa

o Mimllin
Israeli Units in Lebam

[Europeans doe* was*
, any nacre than
turned Iwdeo with'1
1suppeaeftiaaafc tobeonthe
v ground, to gather in the coastal
Buster, bf etbnocnuktty and
io ha. ^^ttt^uMwf^pe^ part the
t vuttr aod^ l^fcmL la this
, self-detusio*, -one foals free to
"minim lib rtlmiiwHrtiili upon
DC^O Wepermattr^freedomin
TEL AVIV ~ lael Tuesd^t coi
Palestinian chargein Beirut that Isn
had entered Southern Lebanon in
force*. In one vUlanear the i
ti^araelia .blew?
as a center I

r.our 1 _
e other day. we
applogie. to thai
{or the crash of
r territory.
don't go lip anymore
'in control
this reason
issue of
L.'xall the 'moral'equivalent of
.=whrf" but without sounlmg a
rallying cry by pointing** oor
t perhaps -hi the coat at adversaries as theeoeray.
f. We have become a nation 'JN CALLING on us to stop
tomed to falling down. We, being self-centered, to riae to
|aily encouraged to become, higher ethical and moral prin-
I and more individually self- ciples, the PreaideBt failed by
ad and aetf-mdulgeot. to .example to demonstrate how to
ate our individual rights -do that. He was too 'tea* hypo-
it regard to the awesome -critical than any of the reef of us
this causes onr national who seek the safety of the
lousness, our national ground, not the excitement of
fcy. our national culture, soaring on the wings f our
stional history. our national -: nations eagle. He cried erar, war,
but as Churchill once said, all he
EUROPEANS are as-;;did was jaw jaw, and in a
bed by our creeping ob* V^Miberately obraatatoryway.
e psychiatric depression.' In this regard,! note
days, we are the leaden"ctt,*ry South Florid*'* i
ree world nominally only, .circumvent- >n of the
and again, I heard in Ger-; guideline on cuttiag .
' that we have lost the rings; ftiagual instruction in'' the'
f imagination the very, ^eJementary school system. Is It
| that has been changingth* \ conceivable to the American ,
4er of their own national taspirit people who wanftohve
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ie to attend Tampa s HftW School. We will certainly nues
1 orns teins, but they won't be too far away 1
On Sunday. July 29, Tamp* Jewish Federation president
i Ofseabaaai and his wife Hales are having a get-together at
' lake home for Federation board members and their spouses
4-8 p.m. This get-together was planned so that everyone
visit on an informal basis and, at the same time, meet Abe
i Waaserberger, the new assistant executive director.
[ As promised, 1 now have a few more details to give you on
jpcoming Women's American ORT re-enrollment function.
> gourmet dessert will be held Wednesday evening, Aug. 29.
lie home of Cookie Bachsaan. The fashion show will be
sored by DeLavane'a which has some stunning new
3ns for the fall and winter. Therefore, you ORT'ers and
live ORT'ers gat thasi !. in so you can enjoy this
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The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Spotlight on
Tampa Jewish Community Center Staff
Orltiiallytromaoston.Mass. ,
M years esperience in bookkeepina
Attended USF and Tampa Univarsity
13 yean at the JCC
Physical Education Coordinator a
Camp Director
Attending USF Colleee of Enoineariin
Aquatic Coordinator Since 1*74
Tampa Jewish
Ksecutive Directed.
C em mo nlty C enter
Jk in Enalrsh end Secondary Education
MA in Guidance and CooMelino
4 years at JCC
In Jewish Communal work for 7 yoeri
Far-ner Assistant Director JCC
Center Pre-School CoordinahK
as la Education
Teach in C incmnati Settee Is
At meJCC 7W years
Senior Cltlians f rated Coordinator
ma American studies
MA Speech
BA Cum Laud* Speech and Eniish
t months at JCC
Certified in Gerontology at Michiean
Battered Wives
A Haven for Them in Herzlia
Continued from Page 4
for two days. She appears to be in
a state of shock. She does not
want to tell her story again: she
has told it so often, to police,
doctors, rabbis, social workers.
"Until I came here, no-one
could help me." she said. But this
much she reveals her husband
is an alcoholic. What about her
family? She laughs sardonically.
She is one of 16 children: four
brothers are in prison, and three
sisters are prostitutes.
She doesn't want to see
her two little girls end up like
them, so when the last beating
brought her to the hospital, and
the psychiatrist told her about
the shelter, it seemed the answer,
temporarily, to her prayers. She
has no idea what she is going to
MIRIAM IS 19 and was locked
inside her apartment for two
years by her husband, a soldier.
He let her out once in the two
years to have the baby. She
planned her escape for a year.
Why did he do it? "He's very
primitive." she said.
Rivka is a sweet-faced Falasha
child. She came from Ethiopia a
year ago and was married,
without quite realizing what she
was doing, to a fellow Falasha.
She was 15. When he began to
abuse her. she ran away, and now
Ruth Rasnic has been appointed
her legal guardian. She studies
Hebrew and lives each day as it
"We have got to change
holocho," says Ruth. "Some
humane loophole must be found
whereby the wife can get a
divorce without having to spend
on receiving a get The rabbis'
only weapon (since there is only
religious marriage and divorce
in Israeli is to imprison the
husbands, and even that doesn't
always work- One husband died
in prison after living there quite
happily for 16 years, rather than
give a get The wile, deeply
religious, could never have chil-
dren as she wasn't prepared to
bring mamzerim into the world."
>aaanear uua wrnimw* tnm~>*j_:------
SINCE THE shelter opened a
year ago, 131 women and 156
children have passed through,
some staying a few days, others
for months. Many have since
returned to their husbands. But
fortified with knowledge that
they now have a place to turn to,
their situation at home usually
The local police are now much
more cooperative than they used
to be and will lock up a violent
husband for 48 hours, whereas
before they would treat the whole
problem as a joke.
The reaction of "Oh well, she
must have done something to
deserve it," is far less common
now. thanks to the feminist
movement in general. With the
help of the WIZO legal depart
ment. the women who come to
shelters now have first priority to
have their cases heard in the
RUTH RASNIC dismisses
with fury the theories put for-
ward by recent researches into
the wife-battering phenomenon
that these women have a maso-
chistic tendency which invites
abuse "It is absolute nonsense."
she said. "The only thing these
women have in common is their
wrei hed lives. It could happen
to anyone. Why did they stay
aiound so long to be beaten?
Certainly not out of masochism,
but simply because they had no-
where else to go."
But now, thanks to the noble
work of Ruth and others like her.
there is an alternative.
Concern Mounts Soviets May
Bar Israelis from Olympics
Concern has grown in Israeli
sports circles that the Soviet
Union may resort to the denial of
entry visas or other ad-
ministrative measures to prevent
Israel from participating in the
Olympic Games in Moscow next
summer despite its promise that
every nation will be welcome to
The possibility of such action
by the Soviet authorities seemed
likely after Alex Giladi. a senior
I sraeli television official, received
word that his application for a
visa to enter the USSR was
rejected. ,
GILADI, who had covered the
Olympic Games in Munich and
Montreal for Israeli television, is
slated to head the Israeli TV crew
at the 1980 Games in the Soviet
capital He was scheduled to go
to Moscow Sunday along with 39
senior officials of the European
Broadcasting Union (EBU) to
cover the "Spartakiada." a
general rehearsal for the Olympic
Games. Of all the applicants, he
apparently was the only one
denied a visa.
Doubts about Soviet in-
tentions toward the Israeli
AA Human Services
Senior Protect Counselor
Orientally from Michiean
Prlar experience in
4 years at the JCC
Maintenance Coordinator
Oriaifialry IromCeajmbos. Oh*
Attended OhioUnivtrsiN
4 years at the JCC
OH ice Manager
Tampa Jewish Community Center staff (I to r) Standing:,
Thro, Dale Johnson, Pauline Silvia, Madeline Shoemaker..
row: Don Fisher, Dennis Thro. Ptaotoa by Audrey Hai
Report Israel Now
Using the Hawkeye
TEL AVIV (JTA) A sophisticated Ameri
made reconnaissance and intelligence gathering aii
the Hawkeye, recently acquired by Israel, ia
operational and has already seen action, it was disci
on the eve of Israel Air Force Day.
THE MAGAZINE A viation Week reported
that Hawkeye was employed on the recent Israeli;
strike against terrorist strong-holds in Lebanon durf
which five Syrian MIGs that attempted to intervener
shot down.
Two other American weapons have also been
sorbed by Israel's armed forces. They are the Cob
helicopter, which is employed as an anti-tank weap
firing multiple rockets and maachineguns, and the
Redeye, an infra-red shoulder mounted anti-air
missile utilitized by infantry units against low flyi
enemy aircraft.
Olympic team were increased by
the discrminatory treatment
given 40 Israeli political scien-
tists who had asked to attend the
International Congress of
Political Science which opens in
Moscow on Aug. 12.
Prof. Asher Arian of Tel Aviv
University, head of the Israel
Chapter of the Political Science
Association, reported that only
30 of the 40 applicants have been
notified that they will receive
visas. The others have received
no notification. Moreover, none
of the applicants has yet been
notified about accommodations
and it appears that no reser
vat ions have been made for them
Mr Harry Rubin. S3 of 6700 N Rome
Ave died July la a native of New
York, he had resided In Tampa for the
paat 45 years He was a member of the
Greater Tampa Showmen s
Association. the International
Independent Showmen's Association
and Miami Showmen's Asaoclatlona
Mr Rubin held of fleet in the Greater
Tampa and International clube Sur-
vivors Include his wife. Florence T
Rubin of Tampa Funeral service* were
conducted July it Interment followed
la Showmen a Rest Cemetery
Synagogue Directory
211) Swonn Avenue 255-6371 or 251 -4275 Robb. Noihon Bryn|
Services Fr.doy. 8pm; Saturday. 9 a.m. Doily morning "|
evening mmyon
2001 Swonn Avenue251 -4215 Rabbi Samuel Mollmger Se,,l<*l
Friday. 8pm. Saturday. 9 o.m Doily: morning ond evt"ll
885-3356 e Allan Fox, President e Services: first and third Friday
eoch month ot the Community Lodge. Waters and Ola. 8 p.m.
2713 Bayshore Boulevord 837 1911 e Rabbi Martin I. S0"**!
Ha/zon Hauben e Services: Friday. 8:15 p.m.; Saturday. "J
am Daily Mmyon, 7'15 o.m
3303 Swonn Avenue 876-2377 Robbi Frank Sundheim Serv
Friday. 8pm
Jewish Student Center (USF), 3645 Fletcher Avenue ^fJ,
985 7926 e Robb, Lo2Qf Rlvkm Rabb, Yokov Werde *"
F"day, 8 p.m o Shobbos meal follows services Saturday,,0
Kiddush follows services
Jewrsh Student Cenhsr. Un.versity of South Florida. 13422^J
Circle, Apt 121 988 7076 or 988 1234* Rabbi Mark Krom5
programs to be announced
-.* B* -

by, July 27, 1979
The Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Page 11
[Impact of Peace on Israel's Economy
i state of war in which Israel
itself for the past 30 years
lv bolstered many of the
j?r aspects of the economy.
joxically. the economy now
greater challenges than ever
in the wake of the peace
.inning with Egypt.
Israelis begin to gear
Ives for peace, they
|\ realize that their natural
for improving their
Ird of living and quality of
111 suffer a serious setback,
mentation of the peace
I will inevitably cause social
onomic strain, the extent
ch may not yet fully be
ly economists in Israel are
I ing the direct and indirect
the pullout from Sinai and
Issive inflow of S3 billion in
bnts and funds f&r
ing Israeli forces in the
will have on the ernnnrnj-
LEAST half of the
tan aid will be spent in the
Slates. The rest of the
will flow into the local
i\. Among other things,
bney will pay for the
|rs of heavy mechanical
inent. contractors,
Icated building firms and
Thousands of workers
|ed oil these operations will
hiuh wages because of the
working conditions. The
l\ of Finance is con-
lu feasibility of im-
foreign labor and
in to keep the costs
Iso being weighed is the
|ng ot tax deductions at
from contractors and
alike, to raise income
lestrain inflationary
Ion, which reached 50
in 1978, is expected to
100 percent in 1979. as
exports to Egypt of
Ural machinery, irrigation
nt. refrigerators. air
hers, television Bets,
ovens, computers,
lc instruments, medicines
iedical equipment, fer-
pesticides. hothouses,
and processed foods,
ive textiles. fashion
jlastics and petrochemical
At present, the
of Israel's exports of
sophisticated electronic
nt and citrus fruits are
for European and
n markets.
IN A YEAR, about
Egyptian visitors are
to visit Israel and many
ravel to Egypt. Because
tage of hotel rooms and
odation in Egypt,
sites might be erected
li visitors arriving in
cars. El Al is already
lormous construction
go into effect. The
'or labor for the building
Mth, combined with the
call-up of many tens of
Is of reservists to help in
'loyment will tax Israel's
r resources to the limit.
3 Hi H'W>
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Rafts, entertainment
"osnan s
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each Florida 93141
Even fewer workers will be
available for industry and ser-
vices, encouraging pressure for
wage increases.
Similarly, the existing acute
housing shortage can also be
expected to worsen with the
massive diversion of workers and
building materials to the Negev.
By the end of the first nine-
month withdrawal period, Israel
will have given back the valuable
Alma oil fields in the Sinai.
Although it will be able to buy oil
from Egypt, instead of receiving
royalities as in the past, from
then on, Israel will have to spend
an extra $150 million for
petroleum, equal to 1/4 of the
national consumption.
But these ties are expected to
develop slowly, over a period of
time, depending on whether trade
will be free in practice or if, in-
stead, a high degree of control
and supervision will be imposed.
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