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Vol. 13, no. 23 (Nov. 11, 1983)-
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of South Broward
Hollywood. Florida Friday. February 3, 1964
f'M Shochi
Price 35 Cents
Dine will keynote Pacesetters
We Can Make a Difference'
According to the prestigious Washington Post, AIPAC
(American-Israel Public Affairs Committee) is "a power to
be reckoned with at the White House, State and Defense
Departments and on Capitol Hill."
The NY. Times lauds AIPAC as "the most powerful,
best-run and effective policy interest group in
Washington."
The man running that "best-run group, Executive
Director Thomas Dine, will be in South Broward Saturday
night, Feb. 25. to address the annual Metropolitan
Pacesetters Dinner-Dance in behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal-Jewish Federation of South Broward 1984
Campaign.
Pacesetters Chairmen Michael and Merle Orlove an-
nounce that this year's event will begin at 7:15 p.m. at
Continued on Page 7
Anti-Semitism declines
Thomas A. Dine
P tree
grows in
Hollywood
Jewish Arbor Day,
which fails on the
15th day of Shevat.
traditionally, calls for
planting. Rabbi
Harold Richter of the
Chaplaincy Division,
Jewish Federation of
South Broward,
visited several
locations throughout
the county to mark
the holiday; tree*
were planted at the
Golfcrest Crest and
Hollywood Hills
Nursing Homes.
Here, residents of the
Utter, Bessy Willis
[left] and Marsha
Korisky, join Rabbi
Richter in the
ceremony.
Vandalism, attacks drop 19%, ADL reports
NEW YORK (JTA) Anti-Semitic
vandalism and other attacks against
Jewish institutions, businesses and
homes declined substantially in 1983
for the second year in a row, according
to the annual audit conducted by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
ADL National Director Nathan
Perlmutter said the survey revealed
670 incidents across the nation, a
decline of 19 percent from the 829
incidents recorded in 1982.
The nationwide total for 1982 was
almost 15 percent lower than the 974
recorded in 1981. The two-year decline
reversed s sharply upward trend re-
ported since 1979.
The 1983 audit once again showed
that three states. New York, Cali-
fornia and New Jersey, accounted for
a majority of the incidents New
York, 215; California, 111; New Jersey
67.
The audit, which was based on data
supplied by the ADL's 30 regional
offices across the nation, also reported
a large decrease in the number of
assaults against individual Jews and
threats and harassment^ in which
Jews or Jewish-owned properties were
victims or targets.
The decline amounted to almost 41
percent down from 593 in 1982 to
360 in 1983. The incidents involving
assaults and harassments were tabul-
ated separately from the category of
vandalism.
The ADL reported that 115 persons
were arrested in connection with 55
anti-Semitic incidents in both cat-
egories. Almost 90 percent of those
arrested were teenagers, a statistic
that followed the pattern found by
previous ADL audits.
Describing the 1983 declines in anti-
Semitic incidents as "welcome," Perl-
mutter said counter-active measures
and heightened public concern over
the problem likely contributed to the
ConttanodonPa6


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The Jewish FloridianofSouthBrow^
Hollywood. Friday. Ft
Barry president to keynote
luncheon for Brotherhood
Mi Jeanne OUughlm.
JSZa of 9mfffSSLi
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f Greater Hollywood annual
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,dav Keb lh at noon at Orange
brook Cantor? Chib
AceordtBg U> Father JoMfA
Janiaaaakiol Annunciation ( atn
oJic Church, the object of the day
is "a time of fellowship and in
apiration "
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poMible thn>uKh the cooparalion
( thr (irrater Hollywood
Ministerial Aoriatafl. Holly
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It takes years to build a name that is
second to none.
It takes nearly 70 years of experience
and commitment to Jewish tradition.
It began with Riverside's founder,
Charles Rosenthal. He believed that being a
Jewish funeral director was more than just a
business. It was a very special calling that
demanded absolute integrity, genuine
compassion, true charity and a dedication and
deep involvement in Jewish life.
Today. Charles RoaenthaPs beliefs are
Riverside s policies. People like Carl Grossberg
Alfred Golden. I,eo Hack. Andrew Fier and a
new generation of Jewish management are
seeing to it.
,nKaKAi^iV!r8ide,We'vealwa>'8tri^h-"i
to be the best. And to us that means no let-up of
effort. No compromising of standards. And no
cutting of service.
That's how Riverside got it*'
That's how we intend to keep it
Carl Groasberg, President
Alfred Golden, Executive Vice Prww
Leo Hack. Vice President, Religious A Andrew Fier, Vice President
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I. Friday. February 3. 1964
]A sets
Election
cord
\rl983
YORK The United
I Appeal collected S326.5
[ in cash in calendar year
set a peacetime record,
lational Cash Chairman
I Borine announced.
1, collected among 627
igning communities
de, is $1.6 million more
_ projected for the year
srican campaign leaders
budget meetings of the
I Agency the principal
of UJA-Community
allocated from corn-
campaigns finance
support programs and
of the agency and the
Joint Distribution
in Israel and in 30
tions served by JDC
de.
>ite difficult economic
is created by cutbacks in
and state spending for
relfare programs in corn-
American Jewry once
has responded with
^ity snd compassion to the
needs of the world
family," Borine said.
| remarkable performance
ttrstes our enduring
ent to the quality and
lity of Jewish life
re it exists."Campaign
[had predicted a decline in
flections in 1983 following
^el Special Fund campaign
jmse to "Operation Peace
launched by the
ent of Israel in June
I free the nation's northern
lents from constant
attack. Borine noted.
I national cash chairman
itinued on Page 4
The Jewish Floridian of South Browmrd
Page 3
Shorrjrai
SHOMRAI CHAIRMEN George and Irk Crane meet the Shomr.i gala's .tar st-
traction, Israeli Ambaasador Meir Rosenne, laat week before the annual dinner-dance
f?l o 'y "1259* Beth l>l1 HoDywood. Rosenne, ambassador to the
United States, briefed Shornrai givers on current events between Jerusalem and
Washington.
BIG GIFTS Phase Chair-
man Saul Singer poses
with Meir Rosenne, Israeli
ambassador to the United
States, during festivities
st Shomrai.
JEWISH FEDERATION of South Browsrd President
Philip Levin and his wife, Gloria, get an opportunity to
share a few momenta with Meir Rosenne, Israel am-
bassador to the United States. Dr. Levin conducted the
evening's business side, in addition to serving as official
greeter for the $5,000 minimum contribution dinner-
dance.
entii)a
Nobel winner: Anti-Semitism
rampant, must be overcome
JOS AIRES (JTAI -
*erez Esquivel, winner of
I Nobel Peace Prize for his
on behalf of human
sys there is "systematic
litic activity" in Argen-
th "must be overcome."
Vorld Jewish Congress
American Branch reported
l.squivel'8 words, which
in a news article, ware
number of such pieces
in an unprecedented
feature section on
lian anti-Semitism,
ther pieces were written
inent members of the
community: Herman
and Marshall Mayer of
the Jewish Movement for Human
Rights: and Dr. Nehemias
Reanizky, former president of the
DA I A, the central representative
body of Argentine Jewry and the
WJC affiliate here.
Perez Esquivel described the
long history of anti-Semitic
persecution around the world,
noting that "till today humanity
is moved by the massacre of mil-
lions of Jews in concentration
camps, the Warsaw Ghetto and
the moving witness of Anns
Prank."
Ha expressed the view that
there is an absence of knowledge
en PageS
JOIN your Jewish Ffajration
of South Broward neighbors
In ARGENTINA and BRAZIL
March 28-April 8,1984
For more Mission facts,
call the Federation at
921-6810
">rr%tum this coupon, with your name, address
and phone* to
JFSB
2718 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Fla. 33020
AT HOLLYBROOK -
Wolf BHtzer, Washington
bureau chief far the Jeru-
salem Post, Israels
En ghah language daily, fa
to speak Sunday, Fab. 12,
at the annual Hollybrook
Dinner in behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal
Jewiah Federation of
South Broward 184 Cam.
paign. The event la to take
pines at 5:30 pjn. at
Temple Bath Shalom.
Minimum family con-
tribution fa 1260. Chair-
man of tfat Hollybrook
Campaign Cabinet fa Dr.
Harold Goldberg; dinner
co-chairmen are Lflhan
Weil and Ruth Goldberg.
The HoDybrook Dinner is
to honor Harry and
Evelyn Goldstein lor their
many years of dedication
to Jewish causes.
SkortkVision
Only politic*?
MEIR ROSENNE, Israeli
ambassador to the United
State*. meets another
dignitary who also works
from s Washington, D.C.,
address, U.S. Congress-
man Lawrence W. Smith
[D Hollywood].
Shamir rejects
poverty report
By HUGH ORGEL
JTA Reporter
TEL AVIV Premier Yitzhak
Shamir has sharply rejected a
report released by the Nations!
Insurance Institute (Nil) that
one in eight Israelis 12 percent
of the population lives below
the poverty line.
According to Shamir, the
poorer classes are better off today
than under the Labor regimes
which governed Israel intil 1977,
especially if fringe benefits and
extra services are taken into
consideration The Finance Min-
istry agreed with him and ac-
cused Tami. a Likud coalition
partner, of playing politics with
distorting figures
Tami represents a low-income,
largely Sephardk const truancy.
Its minister. Aharon Uxan, holds
the Labor and Welfare portfolio
in Shamir's Cabinet The Nil, an
agency of that government
department, roughly analogous
to the Social Security Admin-
istration fat the United States.
reported that 600,000 people live
on a monthly income of leas than
14.000 shekels (about $140),
which is only 20 percent of the
average salary in Israel.
According to the Nil, these
people include 200.000 wage-
earners and 300,000 elderly
people. The latter are without
any source of income other than
their Nil payments, the report
Dr. Israel Kstz, a prominent
sociologist and a founder and
former director general of the
Nil, explained how the definition
of poverty n Israel was deter-
mined by the institute 20 years
ago.
"You can use the number of
calories and vitamins required for
minimum health, for instance,
and whan we drew up the defini-
tion of poverty back in the 1960s,
we compared the yardstick with
what is in use today and they
jibed," ha said.
"The definition was anybody
earning leas than 40 percent of
the national average and that is
the yardstick still used snd still
valid," Katz said.
Ha acknowledged, however,
that "poverty is a relative term.
You cannot compare poverty in
Israel with that fat Bombay. And
I presume that a Texan with one
Cadillac would feel be was on the
poverty line if other Texans had
lOOCadinacs."
While controversy developed
over the poverty issue, public
services throughout Israel
seemed on the verge of chaos.
Civil servants continued work
slowdowns and other labor sanc-
tions to protest the erosion of
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Friday, Februarj
Volume I
Shelinrausky marks
birthday in captivity
L'chayim, Anatoly! To life, to health, to
freedom!
Last week was Anatoly Shcharansky s 36th
birthday. He marks it as he begins his seventh
year of imprisonment under the brutal conditions
imposed by the Soviet penal system. His health
has deteriorated, his contact with his family is
severely restricted and his long separation from
his wife, A vital, continues.
Shcharansky, of course, long has been a symbol
of the newly realized identity of Soviet Jewry and
of the repressive governmental reaction to that
Jewish awareness. The democratic world has
marveled at the courage of Soviet Jews who risk
all in their desire to emigrate to freedom and has
raised its voice to express outrage over Soviet
oppression.
This world awareness has acted as life-insurance
policy for Shcharansky and his fellow refuseniks
and prisoners of conscience. The Soviet Union
enjoys its image of inscrutability and immobility
in the face of outside pressures, but never doubt
the real power of international concern.
The American Jewish Congress has launched a
national L'chaim, Anatoly" campaign. Postcards
by the thousands will be sent to the Soviet Union.
It is hoped that they will reach Shcharansky, but
there is no doubt that they will catch the attention
of his Soviet captors.
As Anatoly Shcharansky marks his double-chai
birthday, those who act on his behalf feel a new
sense of urgency. Recent reports indicate that his
health problems are serious.
The world is watching. Shcharansky is the focus
of their attention, but his cruel jailers cannot
escape the harsh light of public notice.
L'chaim. Anatoly! To life, to health, to freedom!
Rule on Capitol Hill:
tred lightly during 19i
By MORRIS J. AMITAY
Special totheFloridian
* h ( "..ogress nothing ***** ** V?"
pr.-il.Tit ."I .."'I congressional .!.-. I i"i
^Congresa take, between now and Nova
.very
.ember
.ill ba aj3adVt <<-'lhat P01"""1 '"r"'rs "
at tab
Mtlouaiiconfrawiialupportsnofassai
eiwdl attempt to steer tlwjugh a new aM
comprehensive foreign aid bill, little.if any.
(,,n/p nionwiUb. "otadupontoaa
Rather Congrats will more than likel> I"
itherrontinuing resolution thai will either
d funding at currant leveto ot
modif) them mthout going through IBS
authorization pra aai
However stung b) las) rears Supreme Court
derision asserting the uncoMUtutionaktj of tin
congressional veto la da iaiontbel effccUvalj
curbi congrassiorjal powai todiaappnn a tha sale
of anna menu \v\ VCS to foreign national,
Congress ma) attempt t<> create legislations
restore this power
Such manauvertn| takes on added importance
with the existence of a poaeibla Jordanian arms
i- well u rumored sales of sophisticated
as apona to Saudi Arabia, despite then-cent
announcement b) the French of an arms
agreemaol with the Saudis amounting to M 4
billion perhapa I bl largest arms sale of the
century
Also high on the political agenda for Israel
supporter- are eventa taking plsca outside of
Washington at the Democratic (San Franoacol
and Republican (Dallasi conventions Pro Israel
act i\ iata and delegate- ill have t heir work cut
OUl for them drafting party platform language
reaffirming America a long held support for
Israel
Democrats will be particular!) on guard to see
if Jaaaa Jackson s presidential candidacy will be
translated into modifications of the part> I
traditional pro Israel plank on the Middle (-last
While these poBc) position! an- not binding on
.1 president they are an indication of the pohlical
clout of the American Jewish Community and
Iso furnish hints as to the risen of a future
administration
Regardless ol the No\emt>er elect Kins results.
sevi ral retirsmenta alread> announced by House
and Senate members ill nave en affect congressional involvemenl in the Mitklle K.ast
issues
Democratic Sen PaulTsongas sun*,
nouncement that he would not seek rrtuuilj
Massachusetts because of illnm mm ^m 'U
four the number of senators retiring at yW 1
Tower of Texas. Baker of Trnnes*,.'.^ '
Randolph of Went Virginia On b;.!anre ^L
for Israel should be strengthened as a reei*?^
t hewe ret irement* '
Taongaa. whose voting record wasexceO
has lieen critical at times of Israeli policy
.nsidiTeds very strong re. I.. ;,.^w
BBSSf A number of candid.. ha^bj
mentioned as potential success,,... ., ^
traditionally Democratk slat. ; noeka
front runner has yet emerged M r -nrnn
Taongaa' retirement cn-ates ,,. nj;onS
k.\ Senate Foreign Relatxo; 'I
jraar
\nother surprise retirement
veteran Rap Richard Ot linger a strong)
supptirter and Jewish member ol ( ongreai
(Ht inger becomes the lHth DMtnbi i of tht|_
to retire, many of whom are rummg for the
S-nate
Among the rongreaaional ret ir.ei are tag
RMjublaran members of the ke> II.KJwFon
Affairs Commit tee Rep I.arry V\innof|
and Rep Joel Pritchardof the state of
Washington While Winn's 197y meetingatal
Yasair Arafat tainted an othrrw LHt> goodi
support, he represented a welcome vmrrec
mpport
I'ntchard.on the other hand gainedti
of notoriety Last year offering a .uxi milboe
cutting amendment in grant aid to Wrarlc
the mark up of the foreign aid bill and i
distinguished himself as a friend of Israel
These retirements along with the sv
a new chairman of the House Foreign Arfa
Committee. Dante Fa well of Florida, and i
t icipaied Senate changes as a result of i
spell out stronirer future support for Israel a^
Congress
Hut the 19A4 presidential elei tion will, d
course, abro have a great deal to say aboutthl
course of US Israel relations for the next be]
yeara.
While it ls considered nmmat a to mart 11
W ushington that the second term of ajaj
pn-ndency does not bode well for Israel. KM
more iimmitu that Israel remains Amenai
i.nlv reliable aUy in the Middle I dst ltailll
this interplay of politics and policies in 19MJ
should provide Israel's supporters withifnlj
range of challenge*
Destruction
1 was planting ,i tree, a traa to grow,
To bloom bright colon beauty to show;
The heavenly aromas, were spreading
around.
\1> ears heard soft words without a
sound
The wind. 11e [)a, sv\ inging the
Lrst
The air w.is fondling with a soft brwzei
'i outh in the \hk\\ youth in the nature .
\1> dr. an.s w.-re building a bright future
The wonderful rirsama of an unreachable
The whole univarstol mvsall part.
M> heart was Bulging a tmntSStk v.ng.
I was so happy 1 krw-w I belong.
To a miracle surniunded with love.
To people like angels, with wings over me.
Everybody had a heart big enough.
To take in the whole world, the sky the
sea .
I started a fire, a fire to glow.
To brighten surroundings with glory of
names.
The flames grew higher, they seem tofts]
The colors were changing to a mystical
game
The time of hell nineteen thirty naj
\ de\ ihsh dance, the last dance of hfe!
Shot down everything, that was ever
min
Cut down the tree, put out the light
Tha sound of the wind, started U) paff<
\ t.-rrible tune, for devils to dance.
The sky seemed red. from blood all day.
It was unbelievable: it did not make!
K very where you looked adearfa*
Was lying cold with scared eyes;
The world was silent, what Jagra*
When Six Million Jews, were killed n*|
flies
Now it is empty, cold around.
I feel lost somewhere in spsce:
Never will be the same, never to find.
The same warm people, the same sarffl
place!
Mkta PerM*.
UJA's 1983 total a record
CeaUatted froaa Pag* 3
stated that the 13 caeh total
includes S2A3 rrulleon for the IMS
tarnp^ugn to .*, j^^
Agency rjrograxna for houamg
mannal .id, KeJtn s^TJ
b*fjand Hibm. uwtructSn
ior Israel a new immiTanU. the
eatabliahment of rural aet
tlemenU in the Galilee. Arava
and Negev, Youth Aliyah
facibtwa for the education and
care of youngsters who remain
outside the mainstream of Israeli
society, and special programs lor
the elderly
Funds from UJA Community
campaigns also go to the
American Jewish Joint
Ihatribution Committee which
aida Jewa in more than SO
countnea includmg Moslem
at#s and lands of distraaa.
The total alao includsa 30
mUiion for Project Rsnswal. the
if economic, aortal and
weeping economa..
cultural rehabiaution program
created to improve the Quality of
m in |VM| diatraaaad neigh-
borhooda
A pledge is a commitment to
" Jewish people.
eiplained Caah
fulfilhnaot of that
can take pride in -
achieved, but we an* '
that much atiB rainaas
doaa la our P^"??* ,
rampkof IaraafaadJe-'
Usegtobe
Borias said UJA h-l
n acoakwatad cash -
19S4 that aim. ate
unpaid pbdg- froj
prtorCsaspais^**;,
5 sa>aasu wth*
of Project R-o*^


hillah Brunch to feature
expert on Mideast policies
tual event
larch 8
urnberry
ithority on the Middle
Frederic Blitstein. who
Iress the third annual
Brunch, Thursday,
i. at Turnberry Isle, ia
It of an environmental
: firm bearing his name.
led his doctorate degree
iment and urban studies,
Ion the college level in
tonal relations and was a
Jting member of Preai-
ird's Committee for
Kconomci Policy.
active in Jewish com-
I affairs, Blitstein ia a
1 of the Mitzvah Lodge of
I'rith, is on the board of
rida Israel Chamber of
the executive com
id big gifts division of
pater Miami Jewish
>n and chairs the Middle
Ifjiirs Committee for the
Anti-Defamation League.
The Kehillah Brunch ia to take
place in the Garden Room at
Turnberry Iale Country Club.
More than 200 women, members
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward. are expected in support
of the 1984 Campaign.
According to Chairman Fran
Haskin, a $125 minimum com-
mitment to that campaign
required.
Haekin
Mendelsohn
Winnick
IS
J. Frederic Blitstein
CAMPAIGN
This year's arrangmenta co-
chairmen are Carrol Mendelsohn
and Helene Winnick; hostess
chairman is Cheri Rothschild.
Hostess coordinators are Sharon
Baron. Hazel Greenberg. Elaine
Konefsky. Debbie Morris.
DarleneOklin and Babs Weinger
Reservations chairman ia
Lynda Wilentz For more in-
formation, call the Women's
Division at 921-8810.
Rothschild Baron
Greenberg Konefsky
Morris
Oklin
Wilentz
UCRAC leader juggles 122 diverse groups
ly MARK JOFFE
the Jewish Exponent
Iccaaional lapses of
Jacqueline Levins
herself as probably
.11 ti\ ist nmun in Jew
I li.it may or may no! be
he ia certainly the moal
1 aimi.m in organized
lirst chairwoman of the
Jewish Community Re-
\d\isory Council
lo. Lavina ( reeponsibla
pineting policy for an
coalition of 11 major
irganizatkma and 111
rommunity relations
believea changes in
hii parallel thow m
lii Citing the < hang
)i women, she noted thut
ago. when the aaedl ,,|
in this countr> iran
inmg to germinate, onlj
(reaaurera of lew
nation* in this country
across the country, and not just
at the bottom of -the-barrel"
plans where they have to take a
woman
On the Other hand, not one of
the N.ICH \C constituents ha-s a
woman president I think that's
terrible. Levins said, but on thi
whole, she (eels much more
anguine about inclusion being
the issue rather than exclusion.''
If Jewish organizations are be-
coming more egalitarian, they are
also becoming less activist
another trend that levine be-
lieves is parallel to American
society as a whole.
"If it's true that the Jewish
community Ls less activist, it's
beceuea they're part of America."
she said I get the sense that all
of America is looking at things in
a different way."
On college campuses, for in-
stance, the mood has changed
The ferment that was there in
the <><>s and the early 70l be
cause of the war gave way to
passivity and concern for finan-
cial security,' she said, describ-
ing what she fears may be "a
return to the Eisenhower years.
to the placid '50a
In discussing this transforma-
tion. Levins recalled her own
record of activism during the HOs
and '70s She participated in
Martin Luther King Jr 's historic
march from Selma to Montgo-
mery, Ala., and testified to a
House sulKommittee on behalf of
Vietnam draft evaders
She also founded the Women's
Plea lor Sovitt Jewry in 1971 to
protest the death sentences of
s\.nil Soviets convicted of at-
tempting to hijack a plane out of
their country In the wake of
international pressure, the death
sentences were commuted.
But her most dramatic act of
civil disobedience was her
Continued on Page 11
line Levine
s woeful." she said.
that her peers were
It" leadership positions
i divisions, auxiliaries
initations such as
landOKT
time, she was asked to
speech in Toronto on
[>K>ng Role of Women in
Mfe." Instead, she dia
fhanging the Role of
Jewish Life" in an
he described aa "rip-
ind others have called
waa impossible, but
'ine saya she can apeek
inging role of women.
there ia demonstrable
[She point, to the feet
have served aa prea-
Jewiah federations
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Consul general to talk
at Quadomain on Sunday
Naphtali Levie
Naphtali Lsvfc, N Y consul
general of Israel, is to address
residents of Quadomain in
Sunday. Keb 5, at 10 a m in
support of the Cnited Jewish
Appeal Jewish Federation of
South Hroward 1984 Campaign
According to Chairman Flam-
Kaplan, the consul general b
survivor of Buchenwald h<>
joined the llaganah abortl) after
making aliyah in 1945! He tin
fought in th \Na- of Indeix-n

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journalist. serv.ngan.-w^>t^
ind senior WgfJ
Haaret/ |Mh l^din *
m wspaper
PO, (out vear* h *J
Mo,h* Dayan and )'**
.man for t he
,gn Ministry anil
the foreign minid
affairs
grneralfor'J'iyeara
Quadomain alao will pay
tribute to Meyer and L*e SchaU
barf local resident* who are very
in the Jewish Federatain
Hi vice president of the
I Hill- Jewish Community
( ni. r and she was a member of
th- fair lawn IN J I Jrwiah
and Hadasaah before
jwrmanent residence 10
n Holly*
a) i/uadomain is a
JVrty
H? "*** bv "">,,
Mny overnment oJfcT
mmiauiaawar.p.r.1^
Railroad worker,
their atrike The 4M0
workers who alao w,t
last Sunday, return*?
joba. but only tempor**
announced they would i
their atrike bec.uw ,J
muntcatbna Ministry r*f
pay them (or the thrd*!!
were off the job
union rei.resn,^
garages which service,**
The
- *n,ch *^ w
announced thev *ji J7
accept work fron,, he InTIU
Defense Ministrv r>ertu> .
have not been paid v lor,
already done The paynaato,
delayed becaus. ktrkii
he iMrrs. Vhnmn/
refusing to chacka]
Anti-Semitism shows decline during 1983
< untinurd trass I'.
; I iti 'wing
-
Stri
pun,
ng anil
a Pass. ad on
an AIM. r rjt gainst
religious or ethnu vandalism in lt>
states Arizona California. Colorado,
Florida. Idaho. Illinois, Ind
Maryland, Massachusetts, New
Jersej Nea York, Oregon. Penn-
sylvania. Hhode Island. Virginia and
v* .l^hington
Stepped up newspaper and TV
attention to bias Climes," and inten
sified educational programs to erad
icate bigotry and promote apprecia-
tion for ethnic diversity
The audit cited two other possible
explanations for the decline in anti
Semitic incidents
The overall decrease in the
number of crimes committed in this
countrv in 1962 and the first half of

a
and greater pul
In
audit Perlmutu
provide onlj
measuring anti lewisl hostilit) in
this country
Ann Semitic incidents, hi
constitute only one ol several mani
festationa ol bigotr) in the United
States of concern la the Amem.in
lew ish community < Hhers include
Anti-Stmitu activities ol hate
groups such as the Ku Klux Klan, neo-
Nazis and variouil armed |
mililitarv groups, including Posse
Comitat us
The mcreasingl} open anti
Semitiam promoted bj th.- Soviet
Union as "anti-Zionism" and the
activities of radical leftist organiza-
tion! such as the Communist PartV
imst
a
S
a \mii Zionist pro
U '> and

a iding ol Holocaust nw i
sioni Is by org inizations
iduals that denj the reality
of the Nazi annihilation ol six million
I. -A s
a I Ii. pn\ ate prejudices and
[otries which cannot be counted,
take pla< e in Kecutive autits
when discrimination against Jaws i>
or in social clubs that lr
Ji a ^ fmm membership
The audit noted that several inci-
dents m onsidsrabli
public it) and were perceived by many
as motivated bv anti S-mitism These
included
a I ni\ :-. Md |
anl i pvrpn |
it .'
'ctedl
and .ndivid
Jews in West Hart!
In the Yeahtt
ban not yi-i beet estah
that anti Semitism w 'he mot*
the attacks. In
authorities MtPSCt that
Semitiam was the motivatioB ln|
Connecticut incidents.
teenager admitted he w u respon
Kegardless of the decline m.
Semitic incidents m the past
years." Perlmutter i'included.
stark fact remains that in 19831
were *>7t) incidents ol anti Si
vandalism The vandalizing of
one religious institution or one
htrmtff of the- religion <>r race of^
occupant is one loo mam
H<- called for continuing edi
al. legislative and law nfnn
efforts
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Recently conducted a complimentary breakfast
the I nited Jewish Appeal-Jewish Federation
roward 19H4 Campaign in conjunction with the
i Lodge Pictured from left are UJA leaders
h. Nat Ntvlu and Sydney Jacobs.
|S HOSTS Bernard and Olga Gold berger and
Alex Garner [from left, above] last week
sidenta to a $500 minimum cocktail party in
le UJA-Jewish Federation of South Broward
lign. Below, speaker Arieh Plot kin [left] is
Lnn and Lewis Cohen and Sumner G. Kaye,
executive director [right].
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rth Shalom and requires a minimum family
?nt of $1,500. Theme for the event is "We Can
Ifference."
icesetters Committee of young leadership
lly marks a social as well as s serious evening for
[Broward Jewish Community. "Tom Dine is sure
i the serious portion," the Orloves ssy, "and our
ers will provide the sociability.''
ds A1PAC, which is charged with securing
land military aid for Israel by strengthened
j Congress.
I also helps prevent arms sales to Arab states,
i Jews in leaving oppression, obtains assistance
fti immigrants and, generally, is American Jews'
Wforce to the influx of "petro-doUars."
CAMPAIGN
() CLIPS B4
Galahad III
Jules and Stella Gordon are to
be honored Sunday. Feb. 5. at a
10:30 a.m. brunch in behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal-Jewish
Federation of South Broward
19H4 Campaign.
The Galahad III event will pay
tribute to a couple who have
devoted their lives to Jewish
causal OotdOD, a trustee of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, also Is n the board of
the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged at Douglas
i rardi
He is a founder and vice |
dent of the llallandale and Hotly-
Chapter of American
Friendi o( Hebrew I niveraD
founder of R'nai B'rith Herzl
l/)dge and is on the board of the
\mencan .Jewish Committee.
Gordon also is on the National
Jewish Committee on Scouting,
is active in Israel Bonds and is
member of Society of Fellows of
the Anti-Defamation league.
Mrs. (iordon is a member of
Mizrachi B'nai B'rith and is a life
member of Hadassah and
Brandeis University Women's
Auxiliary. She also is a board
member of American Friends of
Hebrew University.
Guest will be Jerry G leek el. an
ardent speaker in behalf of the
State of Israel. For more in-
formation, contact Judy Nemeth
at JFSB. 921-8810.
Trafalgar II
A complimentary breakfast for
residents of Trafalgar II in behalf
of the United Jewish Appeal-
Jewish Federation of South
Broward 1984 Campaign will be
served Sunday, Feb. 5. at 10 a.m.
at the Hilton. 4000 South Ocean
Drive.
According to the organizers,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ackerman, Dr.
and Mrs. David Ansfield. Drs.
Florence and Alfred Felberbaum,
Bertha Kohn. Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Zaifert and Mr. and Mrs.
Lou Ballin, guest speaker will be
Sol Robinson.
Robinson, a former member of
the U.S. Senate Banking Com-
mission and administrative
assistant commissioner of Wel-
fare for the city of New York, was
twice decorated by U.S. presi-
dents for volunteer service,
winning the congressional Medal
of Merit.
In addition, he was ADL
chairman for the state of Connec-
ticut for eight years and Aid to
Israel chairman for Connecticut
for four years.
For information about the
breakfast, call Sidney Greenfield
at Federation. 921 8810.
Center, is a member of Zimocrat,
a choral group which entertains
at variouis functions.
She also is a graduate of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
New York and has taught
Hebrew on the college level.
Parker Plaza
A complimentary breakfast in
behalf of the nited Jewish
Appeal -Jewish i aderatioB of
South Browar-. impaign is
lo honor Barker Plaza resident
Barbara Brown
According to Chairman Rhone
Miller, the I'arker Plaza event
will take place "sunday. Jar
at 10 a m in the Gold Room
Mr-- Brown, b survivor, has
been a South Florida resident US
moving here from upstat*
New York she and her husband.
Ben. now deceased, had been
farmi
She is a life member of
Hadassah and ORT and also is
involved with Technion and
Israel Bonds She has been a
Federation activist for five years
Mrs Brown also authored a
book, "A Hungarian Saga: The
Life and Times of Barbara "Bin
Brown."
Galahad West
COhon
A complimentary breakfast in
behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal-Jewish Federation of
South Broward 1964 Campaign
will be served Sunday, Feb. 5. at
10:30 a.m. at Clifton Apartments
Recreation Hall.
According to Chairman Sylvan
Solomon, the breakfast is to
honor Carl and Lillian Freedman.
long active in Jewish affairs.
The Freedmans. from Queens,
N.Y., moved here eight years
ago. He had been active at Clear-
view Temple there and now is a
member of HaDandale Jewish
Center. He also is a member of
B'nai B'rith Hemisphere Lodge.
Mrs. Freedman. a life member
of Hadassah, Mizrachi and the
Sisterhood of Hallandale Jewish
CJF APPOINTS Joyce
Newman, the only woman
ever to serve as president
of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward. has
been named chairman of
the Intermediate Cities
Services Committee of the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions. A member of CJF'e
board of directors, Mrs.
Newman two years ago
served as vice chairman of
the Planning Committee
for the General Assembly
in Los Angeles. In addi-
tion, Mrs. Newman, whose
husband. Ted, is Cam-
paign chairman in South
Broward, is vice chairman
of CJF's Women's
Division.
The award-winning film "Life
Behind the Lifeline" will be
shown Wednesday. Feb 8, at
7:30 p.m. at Galahad West Social
Hal
The film depicts the story of
Federation in America, honing in
on the Jewish Federation of
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is unfolding in spectacular uuys.
Begins dream is coming true, according to Drs. Howard Barron
and Saul Singer, chairmen of Project Renewal for the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's Sister City. Hod Hasharon
Here is an up-to-date appraisal, an overview, of how Project
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soi ml
As a direct result of the ac-
tivities of Project Renewal over
the past four years, a new model
for Israel-Diaspora relations has
heen created. This model goes far
heyond the traditional fund
raising relationship, to include
deep and meaningful personal
connections and direct parti
cipation of community rep-
resentatives m neighborhood
affairs
In the course of these few-
years, a hond has heen forged he
tween specific communities and
their twinned neighborhoods
which will not and should not he
broken when the funding com
mitment has been completed
Although continuance of the
funding commitment is anti
thctical to the central Project
Renewal aim of establishing an
independent and functioning
infras
of the
neighborhood
tructure. continuance
human partnership can Mob,
further that aim
In fact, this human partner
ship can contribute much to both
Jewish Ufa abroad and to the
Country <>f Israel as a whole
In his paper. I$T9tl'Diapon
Retarionj A rVes Modal for tht
Future. Richard S Guntber.
chairman Project Renewal, Los
Angalea, advocates that the
Project Renewal twinning rela
tionship be ueed as model foi
new kind of relationship between
I naanora leadership and Israel
He stairs. \ net) connection
can he built that acknowledges
the differences when the)
but transcends these differences
and keeps i qs commit men!
Links (an be forged like strong
Anti-Semitism
must be fought
Continued from Page 3
among Argentines in general
about the Jewish community and
stressed the need to "admit the
existence of racial discrimina-
tion" in the country
"In a country which proclaims
the non-existence of racial or rel
igious problems, there is
discrimination and there is
systematic anti-Semitic activity,
of which recent attacks against
Jewish children in a school and
those against a synagogue are a
demonstration
Perez Ksquivel observed that
the situation became especially
acute under the 10 years of mil
itary rule and related the story of
the arrest during one of his
human rights marches in Argen-
tina "f a Jewish boy among those
w ho w here detained
"He was the most punished
and insulted for the simple fact of
being Jewish He was threatened
and his captors lamented that
there were no crematoria here
He concluded "Hacial.
cultural and religious discrimina-
tion of the Jewish community
must be overcome by education
and by the contribution of the
Jewish community itself, to
develop fraternal co-existence, so
that we may all recognize each
other, in our mutual respect and
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Ktive, participating
familv where one may d.sagre. n
cr.tic.l issues hut the commit
meat u> each other overrun*
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calling for n
and m
voUed relationship, continues
Commitment at this level
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cendi given political dooaion
that wool break if one disagrees
with i particular government
polices For this involvement *
com rete not abatrni I
Relationahipa an developed
with ipecifk people and ip"
project* One personell) becomei
,, part ol laraeiilifa aba ,
ration ol its bureaucrat)
gih of iU pnop*
as it ha* become clear that no
real renewal can take place
without substantial improvement
in thene sphere*
A pilot
instituted
economic
program.
In-tween
munit u-*
anil four
investment
provioV t hi
the
ol
creativit) and satisfaction
participating in the buildii |
small part of this historu land
The r.-ult willbemon are) bain
for all but .i stronger relat
will emerge between larael
die Jewi "i the worl.l -
munit)
The twinning relationship
blished through Pn
Renewal has alread) proi
forms through which a meaning
tul partnership can In- developed
,,i all leveled communitj ft
: suggested
I sing Diaspora ExpSTtiaS
lal Tht 'onsultal ion
In tin- past tw gulai
budge) consultation process has
been established whereb) rep
resental ivei ol tw inned
munilies visit Israel regular!) to
meet with Kk.i1 steering com
mitteen offei advice discuss
priorities and approve budgets
In n aaei i ommumt)
.;,, tun. beer aba to
contribute their professional
expertiw to I he soh ing ol
,iin- Such interchanges can
-I. expanded beyond I heir present
format t" include expert ion
sultations on a wide ran,-
subjects m the raaical economn
and ph> sical sphere
|bl Economii 1 )e\ elopment
Economic development and
employment ha\e become
i on< era of Projei I !( n .d
program has been
for the planning of
development. This
Involving cooperation
four twinned com-
their neighborhoods
i industrial and
groups. could
model for future
similar pnnis U
I he Diaspora contains n
wmlth of business expertise and
invest nnt potential which can
> tapped for the aunmajiiir
pmenl of neighl>orhoods
and hi aspariana gamed
through I'""1 ventures can
greatly benefit future business
pi ,i( t a es
Institutional Inter art kin
\lmut 10 w-.if s ago | sis|-r
center program was .-si .iblished
between tht i onununhV) i inters
associated with th<- larnaU Com
munit) Center Corporation am)
\mencan Communiti tenters
through Lbs JH H
I in idea as deaa ribad by Jay
lacobaon in paper on that
. 11 r'Sisler ( ant en
Strengthening the Ties.
Decen I was to
reaU a vital anil viahle ptsiplc
to-peupli program which would
knit the two groups into a tighth
woven tahru "I Jewish brother
d on a \ bt) personal bason
l hi application ( this prta
Ciple t" tbf I'.oject Renewal
i lalinahip is 6b\ ioui
( enters on l>th sides have a
ffer one anol her
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I hi existing Project Renewal
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School Program*
\n axperunental i-dunal
m Im ing prepared
Tlmrr^ril
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similar program will be'i
for use in the
schools
Schools ari, n
medium for ODsassj
aleas which will incree*!
understanding |n J
formal acbnol frame^l
used for the forma'too)
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facilities m the furmufi
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This alone would
ensure lh ontiniuts
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Renew al ,-
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IILYN GRANT
. a) Coordinator
haron baa
in Shimoni.
Ibom in Turkey of
waa 3 when hia
_ J to Bagdad. From
, he waa active in the
[Movement, which
m- Zionist-oriented.
jl.y.il in Iraq.
itin- search of hia
one day. police
List pamphlet and hia
arrested. Only
intervention of a
whose father waa
fchuf of police waa
turn freed.
incident, the family
its future lay only
Israel. In 1961.
Ih many membera of
Iraqi-Jewish com-
. Shimonia came to
Zionist dreams. They
fdiel. one of the four
^unities which today
I Hasharon.
continued with hia
public activities. His first office
waa chairman of his Mabara
(block of shacka). Later he served
in a voluntary capacity aa assist-
ant mavor of the newly formed
town of Hod Hasharon But he
shortly left that position when a
conflict of interest arose because
of his full-time position with the
government employment service.
In 1973, he returned to his vol-
untary activities as assistant
mayor and councilman. From
1972-76, he was director of the
Tel Aviv district for his party,
MAPAM (part of the Labor
Alignment). He later became
national secretary of the Agri-
cultural Workers Council of the
Histadrut (General Labor
Federation), a post he held until
his election as mayor.
Shimoni and his wife. Jeanette,
have three sons and a daughter,
plus four grandchildren He
blesses the advent of Project
Renewal and says it haa changed
his entire profile of Hod
Hasharon for the better.
He looks forward to meeting
many more of his South Broward
and Palm Beach Renewal part-
ners and is only sorry that hia
English is not better.
ielis remember friendship
ebanon leader Haddad
IV i.ITAI Israeli
I military leaders paid
fai Saad Haddad, Is
time ally in south
bo died of cancer last
re of 47.
fitzhak Shamir de
Idad as a "great
triot and a true ally
Defense Minister
recalled that 'Had
bravely and with
prevent the return of
nit h I ny officers who had
Haddad said that he
on his deathbed, to
lat Israel would look
>w and their daugh-
i-i observed a minute
Haddad during its
ily session. Later,
the military frame
Haddad had
and commanded
Maj. Saad Haddad
continues to exist and Israel will
do all it can to maintain its
existence."
Haddad commanded the
Christian militia, a force of 1.000
armed and equipped by Israel,
which for years controlled a strip
of territory along the Lebanon-
Israel border and fought Pale-
stine Liberation Organization
terrorists deployed further north
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in what came to be known aa
"Fatahland."
After Israel's occupation of
south Lebanon in the 1978 Lit am
campaign, Haddad proclaimed
the "Independent Republic of
Free Lebanon" in his territory
and called hia armed force the
"Army of Free Lebanon" in his
territory and called his armed
force the "Army of Free Leba-
non."
An implacable foe of the PLO
and of leftist Lebanese Moslems.
Haddad"s militia set as its main
task the protection of Christian
towns and villages in the border
region. Later he was joined by
local Shiite Moslems, also armed
by Israel.
But when Israel invaded Leba-
non in June 1982, Haddad s force
played a limited role and al-
though the area it controlled waa
greatly expanded under the
Israeli occupation, its influence
beyond the border zone was
weak.
Haddad'* "Free Lebanon"
army was to be incorporated into
the Iebanese regular army under
the terms of the May 17. 1983.
Israel -I ebanon agreement, with a
commanding role for Haddad
locally. The agreement has yet to
be ratified by the Beirut govern-
ment.
Haddad. a career officer in the
Lebanese army before he defected
to set up his own military enclave
in the south, waa branded a
deserter and renegrade by Beirut.
Though he had the support of
right-wing Lebanese Christiana,
the Moslem majority considered
him their enemy He was stripped
of hia rank and for Urns there
was a warrant out for his arrest
to stand trial for treason
FALAFEL FOR ALL Harry and Jackie Rosen, hosts
of a recent Community Mission Reunion, prepare falafel
for all of their Jewish Federation of Sooth Broward
guests. For anyone interested in the 1984 Missions
Program to Israel snd to Brazil and Argentina, call JFSB
at 921-8810.
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Purim reminds us
evil ever-present
By RABBI CARL KLEIN
HalUndale Jewish Center
PURIM
The Purim Festival in the month of Adar reminds us of th*
eternal animosity against the Jews. It only changes in form or
style.
Our answer must be that of Queen Esther. "Go and assemble
all the Jews." Thus, the response to the onslaughts and op-
pression by the enemies of Israel must be the unity and harmony
of our people.
The Midrash Mishlei (Proverbs 9:21 says the following:
"Even if all the festivals are abolished, the Purim-days will not
be abolished."
On Purim we recall the downfall of the wicked Hainan who
wanted to annihilate the Jews of the Persian empire wanted
but never managed to do so. The holiday of Purim. therefore, is
not linked exclusively to the Hunan of old.
Both in the Talmud and in the Midrash. the sages emphasize
their thesis that Pharaoh and haman were prototypes of two
different styles of enemies of the Jewish people
Pharaoh persuaded his people, the Egyptians, that the Jews
were to be feared, that there was a threat of Jewish domination
that ought to be feared. So he said to his people (Exodus 1:10):
"I>et us deal with them cleverly. Let us take shrewd measures
to disrupt the Jewish people, slaughter the Jewish infants,
enslave the Jewish adults with backbreaking labor, and confine
them to locked enclaves and thereby annihilate them "
In the history of our people, we had many periods of this type
of approach to the annihilation of the Jew. In many countries
they were put into ghettos, not to be integrated within the
families of nations.
Haman, on the other hand, wanted to liquidate the Jewish
people His arguments were different Haman was a descendant
of Amalek who was also an enemy of the Jews but unlike
Pharaoh, he was not afraid of them All Amalek sought was to
humiliate the Jews and show that they were a base, worthless
people; whereas Haman was an enemy of the entire Jewish ideal
On behalf of the whole world. Amalek undertook to mock and
debase the Jewish spirit And he "cut off your rear which was
lagging behind exhausted (Deuteronomy 25:181 that is he
humiliated the weak ones among them, trying to show that the
Jews were talentless, never do wells, not worthy of con
sideration at all
Now don't we have to admit that Jewish history repeats it-
self? Didn't Hitler speak exactly as Pharaoh did Hitler also
claimed Jews were to be feared For so long as there were Jews in
Germany and Europe. Hitlerism could not prevail He said there
was an international Jewish conspiracy to take over the world, a
united Jewish force which had to be fought
Hitler is gone but now there is communism, and the Russians
say that no religious Jew should continue to exist, no Jewish
culture can be permitted to develop and grow, that the Jewish
language and culture is not worthy of being ranked with all the
other languages and cultures of the great Soviet empire
We are living in a time of change, changes in lifestyle, con
cepts. outlook, in man's whole approach to himself and to the
world But one thing isn't changing, and that is the hatred for
the Jewish people Accordingly, the meaning of the above
statement in the Midrash may be as follows
The word "Mo'ed," usually translated as "festival." really
means "time." So the sages meant to say that "when the time
cornea when changes will take place in human existence, one
time' will not change. "Purimtime.' that is where hatred of
the Jews is concerned, there will be no change This hatred will
always continue to put in an appearance in Pharaoh form or
in Haman form, in Hitler-form or in Russian form.
The answer to both of these forms of hatred lies in the unity
and strength of the Jewish people All that remains is the advice
from the Book of Esther, "Go and assemble all the Jews We
must assemble, unite and be on guard against our enemies a
reminder of Purim.
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THE REV. John Stanley
Grauela. a noted rehgious
leader and a 'true friend of
Israel,' is to speak at a
parlor meeting of Israel
Bonds' South Broward-
North Dade New Leaders
Saturday. Feb. 4. at H p m
at the home of Drew and
Sherry Pickard in Holly-
wood. For more informa-
tion, call 920-9820.
Jackson aide's
remarks racist?
NEW YORK UTAI The
national director of the Anti
Defamation league of B'nsi
H'rith has labeled ss "racBm" a
statement by a top aide U> the
Rev. Jease Jackson that the I S
government would have done
more to free I'.S Navy pilot Li
Robert Goodman had he been
"white or Jewish
Nathan Ferlmutter rebuked
the Rev Wyatt Walker for the
remark made just before
Jackson's successful trip to free
(itKidman from Syria Describing
aa "the first and to date the only
intrusion of racism into this
Goodman case. Perlmut ler said
"Alaa. there are mind frames
among minority as well as in
dominant groups which more
readily don fabrications of
prejudice than they wear com
fortably the reality of our
nation's race relations progress "
Pointing out that by his com
ment. Walker set up hypothetical
Jewish and white prisoners'' aa
unfairly advantaged.'' Perl
mutter raised the following ques
tions
"Would a white or a Jewish I.t
Goodman have been released by
(Syrian President Hafez) Assad0
And would the Rev Walker
have flown to the butcher of
Mama if Lt Goodman were not
Black? llama was the site in
1982 of a maaa slaughter of
Moslem fundamentaliata by Sy-
rian for
Lake Pt. Tower
The Lake Point Tower Big
Gifta Cocktail Party in behalf of
the UJA Jewish Federation of
South Broward 1964 Campaign ia
planned for Monday, Fab" 6.
begmningat 4:30 p.m.
According to Chairman Harry
Sharf, the event will take place at
the home of Mr and Mrs Mdvin
Cohen Minimum family gift is
600 and minimum single con-
tribution ia $250
Gueet apekaer will be Sol
Robinson, a former member of
the (J S Senate Banking Com
mission and admtniatrad\e
assistant commissioner of welfare
for the city of New York
Pot more information, contact
Debbie Brodie at 921 H810
'Introduction of afvdabjg
course tor non-Jewt
A 10-week couree entitled "Introduction to Judaj,
offered to the community at Urge as an outrank i
t hose who are interested in becoming Jews by choica
The course, which wul start Tuesday. Feb 14, ah
by Dr Samuel 7. Jafle of Temple Beth F.I and FUak
Ma lavsky of Temple Beth Shalom
The classes will meet regularly on Tuesday evaiuanl
and will deal with bask Jewish concepts and pracUea^P
The first five sessions will be at Temple Beth El lgii
Ave Hollywood, and the last five will be at Ts
Shalom. 1400 N 46th Ave.. Hollywood.
For further information, call 920-8236 or 981 -6111.
Half of Germans anti-
BONN (JTAI Half of all West Germans still I
Semitic feeling of varying intensity, according ton
Cologne University based on s sampling of 2.0001
study showed that only 24 percent of the population I
anti Semitism
The implication of the study ia that very few 1
changed their minds about Jewa despite the
public*y given the massacre of Jewa during the Nanei]
The Cologne inquiry found that persons of km _
little education are more anti-Semitic than acaooniai
holders Anti Semitic feeling* are more intense
Germans, those who lived during the Nazi era
Anti Semitic sentiments were found in up to SH 1
people living in small towns and villages, compared til
cent in large urban areas There are. at present, iboat]
Jews in the Federal Republic
(4t*UcausalMa|
Friday. Feb. 3-&4.J
Friday. Feb. 10-fc52|
Religious direct
Orthodox
(oegregatioa Levi YataeJseb Lubavitch. 1296 t
Beach Blvd.. Hallandale 468-1877 Rabbi Rafael Ti.
Daily services 7:55 sjn 20 minutes before lundowi
services. 7.30 pm Sabbath morning. 9 o'clock. Sod
am Religious school. Grades 1-8. Nursery school
through Friday
Youag Israel of Hollywood 3291 Stirling Road.
Rabbi Kdward Davia Daily services. 7 30 at. '
Sabbath services, one hour before sundown Sabbethi
o'clock. Sunday. 8 am.
Conservative
HalUadale Jewish Coaler 416 NE 8th Ave 454-91J
Carl Klein Daily services. 8:30 a.m.. 5 30 pm Ss
pm Sabbath morning. 8.45 am Sabbath sR*"***-*
Teaepw Beta Seeioaa 1400 N 46th Ave HoUrse*
6111 Rabbi Morton Mslavaky Daily servicei. I
sundown. Sabbath evening. 8:15 o'clock. Sabbath
o'clock Religious school: Kindergarten-8
TssapW Beth Ass 9730 Stirling Road. Hollywood.
Rabbi Bernard P Shotar. Services Sunday.
Thursday. 8 am ; Sabbath, 8 p.m.; Sabbath
o'clock Religious school: Nursery. Bar Miuvah. J
TeaspW Israel ef Mkaaaar 6920 SW 35th St 961-17
Seymour Friedman Dairy services. 8:30 am S**J*J
Sabbath morning. 8 45 o'clock Reugu
kindergarten-8. \
Tsespls Senas 1201 Johnson St.. Hollywood 9lJj
Richard J. Margoks. Dairy services 8:25 am 5 P .
8 p.m.; sabbath morning. 8:35 o'clock. Religwu*
kindergarten Judaica High School.
I^forrrj
Tssspls Beth EJ 1351 S 14th Ave.. HoUywood.
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffa Sabbath services P
school Grades 1-10. -^
Tssspls Beth Easet Pembroke Pines Gsbstsi
auditorium. 2261 University Drive, Pentbroki^"f| |
Rabbi Bennett G.....linn. Sabbath osrvKss.
Religious school: Pre kinder gartsa 10 _^a
Teaaple Basel 5100 Sheridsn St.. Hoefrwood
Robert P Fraxm Sabbath services. 8:1* p
rung. 10 30ockxk rWagkwsschool: Pre-echool-*
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Resaet SheJees 11301 W Broward Blvd
3600 Rabbi Klhoi Skidell Sabbath ssrvicee. 8 iP
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I, Friday. February 3,1964
The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Page 11
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U.S. SEN. LAWRENCE SMITH filled a recent Com-
munity Relations Committee meeting to capacity as he
brought the South Broward Jewish Community up to
date on Washington and Mideast events. With the
legislator are Dr. David Sachs, media relations chairman
[left]; Mara Giulianti, CRC chairman; and Jack Berman,
Middle East chairman.
AYS ROYALE PAID tribute to Harry Hauptman (center! at a recent break
half of the I'JA Jewish Federation of South Broward 1984 Campaign. With
>ree (from left) are Selma Gersten. Co-Chairman Murray Cudrin, Chairman
fold and speaker Sol Robinson.
RAC leader
ird from Peg* 5-
ition against an anti
Uhibil in the Jordan
iiii 1964 World*! Fan
irk .in ,i< t M>n which
in Mil for "dial urhuik;
Ibeen -ome time lino
"* n engaged in such
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at If You Do
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onument. Inc.
'O'tneast 2nd Avenue
one 750-1669
tituent- span the political
pact rum. Often, number
agencies disagree, making it dif
ficull in arrive It a meaningful
oooaeneua position, Lavine noted
The \ug 27 "36b* Peace and
I reedom march on Washington
II piiiiii.rixir.it mg the 20th an
niveraar} >( the Re> King'i !
Havt ,i Dream" speech was a
I in |xnnt In what Levine
described .is ,i difficult, hut not
polarizing execul i\> i onunil tee
meeting, NJCRAC decided
against taking an official -i mil
nil the march, leaving the quaa
turn of endorsement and parti
ripatioa lip t" individual member
agem
Levine does not view thatdeci-
lion u i i "p out The- inn. orne
m \> r\ health) t'" the Jewish
communit) rial arid \\,
should be viewed tor hat as are
pluralist ic no monolit ic
It is onK occasionally, Levine
maintains lhal tin- pun i
[orcea SJCKAC to agree to dis-
agree Enumerating the council i
unified stands on such issue- is
disarmament. unemployment.
church-state issues, aromsn's
iaauee and immigration policy,
rile -.ml I thai man) instancaa arbors we
-la\ quiet
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Fort LauOerdaie. Flonda
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iderdale, died Sunday January 15th.
'ived by Husband Harry S. Koffman of
Lauderdale, One Daughter, Charlotte
inker of Hollywood and Two Sons,
lard and Burton Koff man of Bingham
N.Y., Eleven Grandchildren and Four
It Grandchildren
Hemispheres
U.S. Congressman Lawrence
W Smith 11)-Holly wood) is to
address a complimentary break
fast in behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal-Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward 1984
Campaign on Sunday. Feb. 12. at
11 a.m.
The event is to be held in the
Hemispheres Ballroom.
Minimum commitment to the
UJ \-Federation Campaign is
$UX) For more information, call
Keva Wexler at Federation. 921-
HK10
CLIFTON CONTRIBUTORS to the I JA-Jewish
Federation of South Broward 19H4 Campaign greet Arieh
Plot kin, guest speaker Shown with the Haganah veteran
[left) are Car' .1 Golds eta, Bess Lias and Abraham
Matter (right).

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Our family tradition began in the Chicago area at the turn of the
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Hollywood. Fnda,
North Dade Midrasha
Journey In progress
The North Dade Midrasha
Journey Through Culture" will
continue its 1984 Lecture Series
with two events in February
The third program of the series
will be on Monday. Feb 6. at
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center. 18900 NF.
25th Ave.. at 8 p.m where Rabbi
Marvin Tokayer will address the
community on the topic:
"Pepper. Silk and Ivory The
Japanese-Jewish Community "
Rabbi Tokayer lived in Japan
for eight years and gained an in-
depth understanding of the
Japanese and the Jewish ex-
perience in the Orient during
World War II He moved to
Tokyo in 1968 to become rabbi
for the Jewish community
The fourth program of the
North Dade Midrasha Sene will
be at Heth Moseh Congregation
225 NE 121st St on Sunday.
FEb 26. at k p m. Dr Morton
Siegel of the Jewish Theological
'Blood & Honor'
will air Monday
Blood and Honor. a com
pelling two-part, five-hour drama
about the molding of (ierman\ I
children into the Hitler 1
Movement, airs on Channel 2,
Monday. Feb 6. at 9 p.m ipart
onel and Tuesday. Feb it 9
p.m. (part twol
The story follows the lives of
several young hoys who are
attracted to the Nazi Youth
Movement, one of Adolf HitU-r I
mot insidious weapons in his
dn\e for world conquest It is
also the story of the people who
used Nazism for their own ends
and those who simply cU>s-<: their
eyes to us horrors
Blood and Honor is not an
biatoricaJ documentary it M .
dramatic story about the li\e- of
thret children and their families
OH lower middle class, one
upper middle 'la, and one
Jewish The\ come to terms with
who they were, who thev became
and how their tragic translorma
tion took place
Seminary will be speaking about
Contemporary Moral Dilemmas
and Jewish Life
The North Dade Midrasha is a
community wide program ad-
ministered by the Central
Agency for Jewish Education It
is sponsored by Temple Adath
Yeshurun. Aventura Jewish
Center. Beth Moshe Congre-
gation. Beth Torah ("ongre
gation. Temple Sinai of North
Dade. Michael Ann Russell
Jewish Community (enter and
the Central Agency for Jewish
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Pharmacy Seminar by Rho Pj Phi ir
cooperation with University of
Florida College of Pharmacy at
Home Building, Young Circle, 8
a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
White Elephant Sale by Masada
Hadassah of Hollywood at
Galahad North, 10 a.m. 4 p.m
call 927-1215.
Brandeis Book Sale at Hollywood
Mall begins at 12 noon and runs
through Thursday, Feb. 9. Hours,
except for opening day, 10 a.m. 9
p.m.
Book reviewer Gerry Marks talks
on "Family Matters" by Burton
Bernstein at Temple Sinai
Sisterhood general meeting,
12:30 p.m.
"Behind the Headlines," perfor-
med by the Intergeneration
Alliance of the JCC and Temple
Beth Shalom, begins at the tem-
ple at 8 p.m.
Consul General of Israel
Yehoshua Trlgor begins the Mon-
day Evening Lecture Series at
Temple Sinai, 8 p.m.
Nutrition is topic of Shalom
Chapter of Hollywood Hadassah
at Home Building, 12 noon.
'The Refusenlks" perform mime
and song at Hallandale Jewish
Center, sponsored by Jewish
Federation of South Broward,
7:30 p.m.
Rabbi Robert Frazm will review
"An Orphan in History" by Paul
Cowan at Temple Solel
Sisterhood meeting, 11 a.m.
Founders Brunch, American
Friends of Hebrew University, at
Fontainbleau Hilton, 11:30 a.m.
Adult Education Breakfast
Seminar to feature Dr. Frances
Yellen's "Will Central America
Become Another Vietnam?" at
Temple Beth El, 9:30 a.m.
The Fabulous Brothers Zim"
perform at Temple Sinai, 8 p.m.
"Jewish Life in Music" is topic of
Rabbi Lewis G. Littman at
Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
luncheon meeting, 12 noon.
Torah Fund Luncheon,
Sisterhood of Temple Sinai,
honors Rabbi and Mrs. Richard
Margolis, at noon.
National Council of Jewish*
Women's Night Network hears
tax attorney Barbara Wolf Dobler
at 2997 Oaktree Lane, Hollywood,
7:30 p.m, call 969-8586
wnunKy Calendar wetcomoe new* of your Jewiah orlen-
-atton. All maatlnga. time* and their location* enouM ba
' Slave Katon, asaociate editor, at the Jewish Federation
I'oward. 2719 Hollywood ttvd. Calendar Information mual
I at leaat two weefca before publication data
mitiated Jewiah Federation of
South Broward Passover Mis-
sions. Gerstel outlined the all-
inclusive itinerary which features
a first night seder on an army
base with members of the Israel
Defense Force.
Theme of this year's Passover
Mission is "This Year in
Jerusalem."
Other highlights include
visiting the Museum of the
Diaspora (Beit Hatfusoth).
ascending the heights of Masada,
experiencing the impact of Yad
Vashem (the memorial to the
Holocaust) and meeting Israel's
highest-level officials.
The Sedleys announced that
ulpan classes for Passover mis-
sionaires will be conducted every
Wedneeday in March from 10
a.m. to noon at the JFSB build
ing, 2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Based on modem methods of
teaching a second language,
ulpan provides an immersion into
the language and culture of
Israel. Even beginning students
are able to talk with limited voca-
bulary after the first session
For more information or to
reserve one of the few rooms
remaining, contact Judy Nemeth
at Federation, 921-8810.
Dina Sedley
Nat Sedley
Denying
Holocaust
illegal?
BONN (JTAI Draft legis
lation which would provide
criminal penalties, including
prison terms, for persons who
deny publicly that the Holocaust
occurred, will be considered by
the West German parliament,
according to Justice Minister
Hans Engelhard.
Under the proposed law, the
maximum penalty for denying
that Jews were persecuted and
systematically killed during the
Nazi regime, would be three
years' imprisonment. The
punishment would vary depend-
ing upon whether the courts
found the offending statement
constituted "approval of crimes"
or was merely an "insult."
The Justice Ministry, which
drafted the legislation, is con-
sulting with the state govern-
ments of the Federal Republic to
ensure a solid majority for the
measure. Last year, a similar law
was rejected by the Bundesrat
-tipper house) which is composed
of representatives of the federal
states, on grounds that it was too
vague and could have a negative
impact on historical research
K listing laws allow private
individuals to sue persons who
deny the Holocaust.
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
South Broward'a Jewish community spans three generations.
Insure its continuity and quality.
Make a gift to our community and save taxes.
Contact the Legacy and Endowment Fund,
Jewish Federation of South Broward
Telephone: 921-8810


Rochlin tosses hat
in race for House
Irma Rochlin. a longtime resi-
dent of Hallandale. is to file for
Florida House of Representa-
tives' Seat 98 in a special election
because of the resignation of Dr.
David Lehman.
Mrs. Rochlin has been active
with the Jewish Federation of
Souith Rroward. serving on the
Community Relations Com
mittee, Soviet Jewry Committee,
and working on the Parker Plaza
Campaign each year. For eight
years, she has been Women's
Division chairman for Israel
Bonds and has been active in
national and international
conferences
As a member of the Hills
Section of the National Council of
Jewish Women, she chaired the
Women in Power Luncheon and
served on the executive board as
a vice president.
Mara tiuilianti, chairman of
JFSH's Community Relations
Committee, declared. While
CRC most certainly does not
endorse candidates, it is
assuredly exciting that one of our
active members has decided to
attempt to become one of the
decision-makers in our slate
Mrs Rochlin is active in
Histadrut and served as a
delegate to the first Histadrut
Solidarity Conference in Israel
She's a life-member of Hadassah.
Douglas Gardens Home and
Hospital for the Aged (which her
parents Matthew and Lillian
Silverstein helped found). Jewish
War Veterans. Brandeis Univer
sity. National Women's Com
mittee and ORT
She is a member of Temple
Kmanuel. Miami Beach
In the political arena, she has
been a Democratic committee
woman for years, and founded
and was president of (iulfstream
Democratic Women's Club for
eight years She was the first
chairman of the Hroward County
Commission on the Status of
Women
In Hallandale. she served as
vice chairman of the l.and I M
Plan Committee, and was ap
pointed to the Planning and
Zoning Hoard and lxx-al Plan
ning Agency and was elected a.'
its secretary for the last Bv
years
A graduate of Johns Hopkins
School of Nursing, she served a>
an Armv nurse during World
War II Two of Mrs Rochlin l
four daughters are married to
rabbis

LOW-RISK SUCCESS Kxpraaly for those condominiums along Hollywt
Hallandale Beach which do not have their own campaign* to benefit Iniud
Appeal-Jewish Federation, the Low-Rise Breakfast turned out record number*
in residents attending and in pledges made. Shown above are program pani
|from left) Joseph Reiss. Betty Kruppman. Gertrude MarkeJ. Philip Olendcri
Hoffenberg Below [from left] are hostesses Zara Kaplan, Florence Hun.it,
Kasselman. Rae Olender and Margot Gartner.
Cranston favors Jerusalem move
NEW YORK (JTAI Sen
Alan Cranston. I > Calif a
presidential hopeful, vowed last
week that should he be elected
president he would move the U.S.
Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jeru-
Teacher cited
under Canadian
anti-hate law
TORONTO (JTAI Jim
Keegstra. a high school teacher
and former mayor of Eckville.
Alberta, who taught his classes
that the Holocaust was a hoax,
has been charged by Alberta's
attorney general with wilfull dis-
semination of racial hatred
Keegstra was dismissed from
his teaching post last year after
parents complained that he was
indoctrinating their children with
racism He contended that Jews
were the root of all evil and were
conspiring to control nations and
the world economy-
Charges of violating Canada's
anti-hr.te laws were brought
against Keegstra as the result of
an investigation by the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police, the
national police force, begun last
August. Keegstra faces a
maximum penalty of two years
imprisonment.
salem
"I am in favor of moving the
Amencan Fmbassy to Jerusa
lem And I will move it if I am the
president,' Cranston told a
meeting of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organiztwns
In a strong pro-Israel speech.
Cranston reiterated his commit
ment to Israel's survival and
security and his opposition to
an even-handed policy as long
as Arab nations are at war with
Israel.'' He stated that "I will
remain steadfast in support of
Israel and in support of the
Israel American special relation
ship "
He expressed opposition to
selling American arms to Israel's
enemies, including the proposed
sale of sophisticated arms to
Jordan
On the issue of l Cranston called for the with
drawal of I' S Marines from that
country "We should extricate
ourselves from l^ebanon as
swiftly as we can.' he said,
noting that Israeli troops have
also withdrawn from areas in
I/ebanon to avoid casualties
In orther remarks, he said a
strong Israel is in America s
interest and pledged that he ili
continue his efforts on behalf of
Soviet Jewry
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The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Page 16
dmirable Woman' powerful novel
irblf Woaaaa. By Ar-
Zohtn. David R. Godin*.
thmouth St., Boiton,
J116. 1983. 220 pagti
| by Howard Schwartz
iy respects this is a
ok, which may well be-
subject of controversy.
jr insists it is a work of
which "may evoke
nces of real charac-
I events but no refer-
I persons living or dead
i inferred."
jrtrait of Erika Hertz,
irable woman" of the
rs more than a passing
nee to Hannah Arendt.
:>nlv in superficial ways.
without the looming
of Hannah Arendt. the
A
V
Jewish Books
JUUB in Review
/s a serv.ee ol thr IWB few.t/i Book Counal
1S I til 2blh U., New York. N.V 10010
fact that a male author stands
behind the first person narrative
of a woman creates the necessity
for a substantial leap of
"suspended disbelief" on the part
of the reader.
All of these considerations
cause An Admirable Woman to
be somewhat overburdened with
extraneous echoes. But for the
reader who can accept the
novelistic premise, the book is a
rewarding one indeed.
Erika Hertz, whose autobio-
graphy unfolds in somewhat
haphazard fashion through her
journal entries, is both a product
of the German intellectual envir-
onment and a highly individual-
istic figure. Her journal is
pervaded with a sense of sadness
that never descends to self-pity.
In her childhood she suffers
from the apparent inability of her
parents to express their love for
her. Her description of her mar-
British refusal to sell
oil to Israel in courts
)N I.ITAI The Euro-
rt of Justice will be
pronounce on the legal-
tain s refusal U> sell oil
ran decided in the
ligri Court despite op-
y the British govern-
ryers expect the case to
he European Economic
l> 's tribunal in the
I of next year, barring a
last minute appeal by
government's attor
stems from a dispute
llation rises
iLEM IJTA1 1s-
llatkin grew to 4.1 mil-
according to figures
kat week by the Central
'.Statistics. The Jewish
grew by 17 percent
Dmpared to 1.6 percent
Chile the Arab popula
I to 2.8 percent from
\' percent of Israels
is Jewish and 17
riil). according to the
which do not include
.3 million Arabs in
lank and liaza Strip.
jn-uu's report also
It the Jewish birth rate
19H3 compared to a
the Arab birth rate.
Ih rate rose to 2.85
m 2.79 in 1982. while
lie decreased to 4.68
i 4 97
between two oil companies fol-
lowing a refusal to load an Israel-
bound cargo at the British North
Sea oil terminal in the Shetland
Islands
A Swiss subsidiary of the Bulk
Oil Co had purchased the oil on
behalf of the Israeli Delek Co.
from the American owned Sun
Oil, the world's 12th biggest oil
concern.
The first shipment was barred
in May 1981 by British Petrol-
eum, which had produced the oil
in the North Sea and which oper-
ates the giant Sullom Voe ter-
minal on the Shetlands
It was stopped under a four-
year-old government ruling that
British North Sea oil can only be
sold to members of the Interna-
tional Energy Agency, the Euro-
pean Economic Community and
other countries with whom there
was already a pattern of supply.
This included Finland but ex-
cluded Israel.
Sun Oil has been claiming
damages for loss of profits from
Bulk Oil. whose Swiss subsidiary
has in the past been the main
non-Israeli procurer of oil for Is-
rael. Bulk argues that the British
ban on oil for Israel breaches the
1975 Free Trade Area pact
between Israel and the EEC.
Had the deal gone ahead it
would have involved the delivery
of 13 cargoes of North Sea crude
oil over an 18 month period worth
about $200 million.
The British government's oil
export guidelines were issued
during a worldwide oil shortage
which briefly followed the revolu-
issover
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tion in Iran. Prior to that. Israel
had discreetly obtained about
half her oil from Iran and was ap-
parently hoping that Britain
would help to replace it.
The government denies that
Israel was being discriminated
against, pointing out that many
other countries are not on her list
of approved oil customers, and
that since Britain sells Israel coal
she cannot be accused of kow-
towing to the Arab boycott.
Israelis, however, reply that
the oil ban hits them harder than
other countries, since they are
barred from most of the world's
markets. Recently. Norway
agreed for the first time to sell
North Sea oil to Israel. However,
British officials have said they
will not change their policy what-
ever the Norwegians do.
riage to the much older and
largely deaf scholar Martens,
while sometimes revealing a deep
intimacy, often comes across as
detached.
What emerges from this
journal is the portrait of a strong-
willed, clear-headed woman of
enormous intellectual achieve-
ment, for whom the play of ideas
is perhaps the dominant feature
of her life.
Judaism and politics, on the
other hand, while obviously an
integral part of her experience,
never take on dominant roles.
At the same time the journal
describes in great detail, and with
what seems to be considerable
historical accuracy, the intellec-
tual mileau of Europe and the
United States in the Thirties and
Forties. The style throughout is
direct and unprententious, as is
the characted of Erika in every
respect.
Some readers, perhaps, may be
disturbed that Arthur A. Cohen,
one of our most distinguished
novelists, should have chosen to
retell and in some ways fictional-
ize the life of a recent figure as
prominent and controversial as
Hannah Arendt.
Such retellings, such as that of
the case of the Rosenbergs in E.
L Doctorow's novel The Book of
Daniel, seem to have become a
regular feature of modern fiction.
But whatever your feelings
about this question, considered
on its own terms, apart from its
apparent sources. An Admirable
Woman is a novel of substantial
power and accomplishment.
Howard Schwartz is the editor
of Elijahi Violin and Other Jw-
iah Fairy Tales and of Gatea to
the New City: A Treasury of
Modern Jewish Tales. A book of
his stories, The Captive Soul of
the Messiah: New Tales About
Reb Nachman, is shortly to be
published by Schocken Books.
FIDDLER' Abe
(Jittleson, associate direc-
tor of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education
[CAJE], meets with Susen
Grossman, Women's
Division vice president,
Leadership Development,
before the start of the first
of a six-week course on
Fiddler on the Roof.' Held
Wednesdays from noon to
2 p.m., the course is con-
centrating on Jewish roots
and traditions. It is being
taught at the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward,
2719 Hollywood Blvd. For
more inform tion. call the
Women's Division, 921-
8810.
Class of '34?
West Philadelphia High School
Class of 1934 is planning its 50th
reunion. For information, call
432-6344.
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tSSSfS!^^^^.
Hollywood. Friday. pa
LIFT participants visit,
learn workings ofJFS

The second LIFT program of
the Women's Division concerned
the workings of Jewish Family
Service as a host of participants
attended the program at the
home of Merle Schneider.
JFS, a beneficiary agency of
the Jewish Federation of South
Brow aid. presented an overview
of its role in the Jewish com-
munity its intake process and its
link with Federation.
Several JFS staff members
presented a role-playing counsel-
ing session about a "divorced
family." The session ended with
an enrichment program on
asscrtiveness traininjr. which can
be offered to small private groups
upon request.
The next LIFT (Learning
through Informed Federation
Tours) program is scheduled for
Wednesday. Feb. 22. when a
Federation bus will be traveling
to the Jewish High School of
South Florida Hillel Day School
complex on North Miami Beach
Then, on March 29. LIFT
members will visit the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged at Douglas Gardens
For more information, contact
the Women's Division. JFSB. at
921-8810.
;>
I
IFT program participant. me*t Sherry !.*. ******'* director of
rlllJEEE From leftare Nancy Dried. WD preeident; Avb Sachs, co-dui
tjffmmoSZ!^ prudent. Community Education; Sandi G
chairman; and Merle Schneider, hoateaa.
(IdfiadJ
Making husband happy
no longer her mission
Mrs T is a 40-year-old
divorcee who came to Jewish
Family Service six months ago
She had been divorced for one
year after a 15-year marriage and
had custody of her two
daughters, aged 9 and 11.
Mrs. T was extremely
depressed about her situation
Her ex-husband was a financially
successful lawyer who had
devoted a lot of time to his work
They married when he was in law
school and Mrs T had worked so
he could continue his education
In those days, the T 'a had been
close, communicated well and
supported each other emotion
ally
A few years after Mr T devel-
oped a lucrative practice, the
All
w* ^
About
Medicare* *f.
fly Fran Rasumny Barrett. .1 I)
Q. / am covered under
Medicare However, my wife U
not. Since she doesn't have an-
other insurance, I was wondennn
how I can get her covered under
my Medicare Can you help us'
My u-ife it SHyears old.
M P Tamarac
A. Medicare is for those who arr
86 vaari of age. permanently
disabled or those who suffer from
kidney failure Since your wife
does not fit into any of these
( alegories, it will !> necessary for
h-r to get private insurance until
she reaches the age of tif> At that
time she will be covered under
her own Medu are
Q. / had been m the hospital
for a long time. I i. as i ery ill. I
am home now. and I have a girl to
sleep in the house to help care for
me, as I do not want to be alone I
cannot be alone. Someone told me
that Medicare will help pay for
this. Is that true'
RS.. Fort Lauderdale
A Medicare will help pay for
home health visits when it is
recommended by the physician
and the person receiving the
visits needs skilled care on a
weekly basis, (rather than one
who needs to be confined in a
nursing home). When we spoke to
you. you did want someone to
stay in the house with you to help
you with your meals and such
Unfortunately, Medicare does
not pay for that
Q / had my big toe ampul
a feu years ago I near these
pet ial shoes that have a brace in
them and they help to conv
pensate for m\ mussing tot
need neu shoes nou and I am on
Medicare Will Medicare help to
pay fur these shoes '
J G Lauderhill
A. Medii are should help paj for
the kind ol shoes you an striding Make sure you hsvi l
detailed prescription from your
doctor and you might also have
the person that makes the shoe
write OUf .i detailed (lest ription ol
the kind of thos that he made
Then submit those papers along
with the hill to Medicare Make
sun- that your physician
that the shoe is necessary due to
your amputated lot
This column i$ a sen ice of
Jeuish Family Sen ice of Brou
ard County, a beneficiary agency
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward Questions or problems
concerning Medicare, supple
mental insurance or HMOs
should be directed to either the
JFS office in Hollywood I96&
09561. in Lauderdale Lakes 1735
3394) or the JFS office m Deer
field Beach 1427-8508)
relationship deteriorated He
spent more time away from home
and the couple talked only super
finally Two years ago Mrs T
discovered her husband had ben
involved with another woman for
a year, and t he divorce followed
Mrs T was very angry over
I he way her husband had treated
her She was also angry at herself
lor passiv.-lv remaining for years
in a relationship she felt was
sterile and unfulfilhng
She examined how she felt
about herself and discovered that
low self esteem was one factor
that had allowed her to remain
quietly unhappj
Mrs T had been taught by her
parents that making a husband
happy was her main function in
life The man I needs were all
important and through his sue
cem she would achieve hap
piness
Through counseling, Mrs T
learned that she was entitled to
ira-el her own needs She tlis
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covered that she could aak for
what she wanted and that ahe
would reaped herself for doing
this
She got a i"l> and has started
U) fad Itetter about herself She la
still in therapy, working on
assert iv .ness and examining hee
Baling*, about her divorce Mr*.
T savs she is starting to "feel
like a whole person" and ahe is
now headed in a positive, con-
struct iv e direction
l( von have any questions or
leal that wr can help, contact
Jewish Family Service of
Hroward County, 4617 Holly-
wood Hlvd Hollywood. 33021
Telephone 9664966 Hour* -
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
anti Friday '. a m to r> p m
I hursdnv Ham to 9 p m
Jewish family
Hroward County, 3500 Hi
Road 7 Suit* 3|
lauderdale. U319 M
735-3394 Hour* -
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- 9 a m to'p m
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phone 127 M0J He
Monday. Tuesday Vti
and Friday yam toSd
Thursday 9a m to9pa]
Jewish Family
beneficiary agency o( ti
Federations ol South
and (ireater Y n Iju
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Congressman Larry Smith
Vote for
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State Representative District 98
Democrat
Valentine's Day, Feb. Nth
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Friday- MMf 3. 19S4
The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Page 17
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTERS OF
SOUTH BROWARD
JBJSMOUrWOOOllVD MOUYWOOO 'ICttlDA 11010
921-6511
'Precious Legacy'
The Southeast Focal Point has
obtained an additional 20 tickets
to the Ham Museum to see "The
Precious Legacy" on Feb. 28.
Make reservations by Feb. 20.
Singles (20-401 are
tpcot March 9-11. For
nation, call Mark
theart Dance" for
|.-tn is planned Satur-
II. at 9 pm. at Rolling
htr Club in Davie. A
prizes and continuous
Promised.
Singles'talk
,/iosen'
hosen" will be shown
.' p.m. as part of the
Kocal Point Senior
Sunday at the
Refreshments will be
lid all are welcome,
to senior center
fall <*2 1-6518
?a/e
ind boutique sale will
It the Southeast Focal
>r (enter on Feb. 23 at
JCC Singles (20-40) are to hear
"Stand Up. Speak Out and Feel
Good," a lecture by Susan
Malter, dean of students at
Broward Community College,
South Campus, on Thursday,
Feb. 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
2719 Hollywood Blvd. A social
gathering will follow.
Bellydanclng
I i YOUTH DIRECTOR
i children from elemen
jlgh school Minimum
ucation Send resume
[ JCC of South Broward,
] Hollywood Blvd.
. Flordia 33020
DIRECTOR. Full time
unimum requirements
LE plus 2 years ex-
ln related field Send
I Mark S JCC Of South
2838 Hollywood Blvd .
Florida 33020
irton needed tor JCC
Iration program Must
Jiience working with
and older adults
snd resume to Ed
cio Jewish Corn-
Inters of So Broward.
|H.)llywOOd Blvd.
FL 33020
JCC Singles (40-55) are to hear
Helen Masin talk on "Belly-
dancing Is Therapeutic Exer-
cise"" on Sunday, Feb. 5. at 7:30
p.m. at the JCC.
Holocaust
"Children of the Holocaust"
(Now After All These Years) will
be the topic of Marta Stern, child
of a survivor, on Monday. Feb. 6.
at 10 a.m. at the JCC. A discus-
sion will follow the free talk.
'Shalom '84'
JCC Singles plan to attend
"Shalom '84." a new musical
revue, on Tuesday. Feb. 14, at 8
p.m. at the Miami Beach Theatre
of the Performing Arts. Tran-
s|>ortation will be available.
Ain't Mlsbehavln-
The JCC has a limited number
of seal* lor the National Touring
Company production of the
Brosdwaj hit "Ain't
\lisln-li.i\ iii The show is at the
Kden Hoc on Tuesday evening.
Fab A bus will leave from the
JCC at 7 p.tn
Camp reunion
The JCC'l lamp Kadima and
Chalutrim reunion will be at the
JCC Sunday. Feb. 12, at 1 p.m.
Relive memories and hear what
the JCC has in store lor the
summer Refreshments will be
sarved.
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FOUNDERS The Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged at Douglas
Gardens, a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation of South Broward, recently
inaugurated Ha Founders club at the Doral on the Ocean. Because of the great
response, the hospital announced it will receive a $400,000 challenge grant from the
Kresge Foundation to build a 200-bed Cbernin Skilled Nursing Building Shown
holding a Wechter sculpture entitled 'Tradition of Caring' is Sol Bloom. With him are
his wife, Sylvia [left),and Bertha and Manny Fass, all from South Broward.
Jewish Agency
gets budget
NEW YORK (JTA) Leon
Dulzin, chairman of the Jewish
Agency Executive, announced
approval of a $360 million Jewish
Agency budget for fiscal year
1984-85, in addition to a *8 mil-
lion allocation for Project Renew-
al. The recommendation budget
will be presented to the agency's
board of governors' meeting in
Jerusalem in February.
Dulzin stressed that the
budget is balanced and contains
no provision for deficits. "This
means that although the budget
is based on the same level of
operations as the current fiscal
year, any drop in campaign
income will necessarily entail
cuts in vital programs and serv-
ices," he said.
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i-Semitism
I IVroni.it I Party given by the
Delegacion de Asociaciones Is
raehua Argentinaa (DAIAI The
DAI A is the central represents
live body of Argentine Jewry and
the WJC affiliate here
The reception, held at the
initiative of the Justicialista
Party, was hosted by DA IA in
line with ongoing contacts it
maintains with the various polit
ical groupings in the country,
with a view of ascertaining their
stands with regard to issues of
Jewish interest, a WJC spokes
man explained
-- The pronouncements of the
I'M riff FC "'eronist leadership came in res
45" f Polwt' **> a 9tmging rebuke made
in remarks by l)r Sion Cohen
Imach. presul.-nl of DAIA. who
condemned the harmful activity
"f imain groups and circk-s
within both the Pemnist and
other parties which had en-
couraged anti.l.-wish incite-
ments
AIKKS (JTAI -
the Peroniat move-
iiated anti-Semitism
Argentine-Israeli
a meeting here with
lives of the Argentine
mint>, the World
ress report1*
to the Latin
LranchoftheWJC.the
>n of anti-Semitism
luring a reception for
lip of the Justicialista
note
)KK (JTAI The
i of the Herman Play-
fani Competition for
play which illumin-
Cl of Jewish life or
|hus Imen announced
inn.n Foundation for
on officials said the
seeks to encourage
to investigate their
itage in its many
to offer new works
fct fresh perspectives
Iture
I. named in honor of
I 11.1 Herman of
I long-time patrons
buy Jewish cultural
ffers a $500 prize,
reading at a New
r submitting entries
he winner will be an-
(May 1 The current
will accept trans la
Adaptations, the of-
adding that the
Id Ik- noted on the
self-addressed en-
It be enclose! by
ihmg return ol their
Daolindo Felipe liittel. the
party 'a first vice president and
its thief leader in .he country,
replied that at tr grassroots
level, when- Perot,ism finds its
nourishment, the ittilude of
lln.se mentally disturbed people
who try to aggravate you has no
significance whatsoever
He added: I assure you that
Peronism never had in mind any
kind of offense to the Jewish
community or U> the State of Is-
rael
l>r lulu Argentino I.uder. the
party's candidate for the presi
den y of Argentina, said that he
agrees totally with the words of
Mr Felipe Mittel
lie stressed thai Justi
i lulismo professes a dii'p respect
lor the coiiiinuniiies that con
tribute to the bases of our
nation" and accordingly. "Justi-
i iuliamo never furthered any ami-
Stiiutic altitudes
XiKenlino I.uder added: We
ie ol Israel to maintain its integrity
and Us historic continuity and if
any l \rgenlinel president di-
nt I Iv showed his closeness to the
M.ile ol Israel it was President
Pi run In ihe utun v. di
in.iiiit.iin the same foreign
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Passover
at the Concord
Mon Ap'il 16-Tues April 24
The observor e of frodihon rhe mog-
Irificence of the, dorim rhe beauty of
[the Services rhe I >rilhonce of the Holiday
I Programming
Cantor Herrnor Molomood. renowned
[operatic tenor osMSted by rhe Concord
|45-voice Symphor ic Chorale directed by
iMarhew Lazor ond Don Vogel to officiate
|ot rhe Services ond Sedonm
Oursranding leaders from Government
'ress rhe Arts ond Literoture Great films
^Ausic day and night weekdoys Special
>rogram for tots tweeners ond teens
Rabbis Cohen and Mozur supervise
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ISRAEL BONDS recently presented n Scroll of Honor to
U.S. Congressman Lawrence W. Smith at a breakfast
sponsored in conjunction with Hfllcrest B'nai B'rrih
Lodge. Presenting the award is Harvey H. Fell, chairman
[right]. Honored guest was Hillcrest resident Joseph
Raymond.
Israeli drug addiction high
JKRUSALKM (JTAI Drug
addiction is high in Israel and
there is a correlation between
drug usage and social circum-
stances, accordingg to the find-
ings of a public commute which
has been studying the problem
for five years.
Prof. Kalman Mann, chairman
of the committee, said there are
4.000-6.000 addicts in Israel.
About 50 percent of underprivil-
eged youths use drugs compared
to 3-5 percent of users among
youths who are students or gain-
fully employed, the study found.
Mann said drug addiction in
I srael is not epidemic but it could
spread and therefore the serious-
ness of the phenomenon should
not be underestimated.
The committee did not recom-
mend severe penalties for the use
of drugs but neither did it sug-
gest liberalization of the use of
"soft drugs."
Bonds produces
$475 million
NEW YORK (JTAI The
Israel Bond Organization
produced a total of S475.434.260
in cash proceeds in 1983 for
Israel's economic development
through sales of its various
securities
Commenting on the 1963
figures, Yehudah Halevy,
president of Israel Bonds, de-
clared:
"Our 1963 campaign was a
good one. These outstanding
results were achieved despite
various problems from a sales
point of view. They reflect the
continuing unity of Jewish
communities abroad with the
people of Israel and their deter-
mination to mobilize maximum
development funds for the
strengthening of Israel's
economy."
Halevy stated that "in ad-
dition to the response by Jewish
communities, our 1983 achieve-
ment was due to the continuing
participation by key elements of
the corporate world, labor, the
banking community and em-
ployee benefit plans who demon-
strated their confidence in Israel
and its future despite its current
economic problems."
Hollywood Towers
A "Night for Israel" is sched-
uled for Monday. Feb. 6. at 8
p.m. in Hollywood Towers Rec-
reation Hall. Residents will be
presented with Israel Bonds'
35th Anniversary Award.
Oceanview Towers
Helen Pressner is to receive Is-
rael Bonds' 35th Anniversary
Award and be honored guest at a
wine and cheese reception at
Oceanview Towers Feb. 12 at 4
p.m.
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SHALOM. HABLAMOS ESPANOL With an unexpectedly large turnout at the
initial meeting of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's fledgling Latin American
Division, organizers have moved the site of the second meeting. Saturday. Mb. 4, at
p.m.. to the Hollywood Beach Hihon. Speaker will be Moises Rub. a Peruvian
pediatrician, who will diacuaa Jewry in Peru and his Clinic for Battered ( hildren in
Israel. Pictured above [from left) are the first meeting s hosts. Samuel and Hay dee
Jakubowici. and speaker Mark Szuchman and hia wife. Lenore. Below. Federation
activists Abraham and Lily Flemenbaum pose with Margarita and Joseph Terkiel. For
additional information on the upcoming meeting, call Judy Eitelberg at Federation.
921-8810.
HALLMARK reeidente recently heard the tffcrU
of Jerry (Jleekel. an ardent advocate for the S(
Israel, at a gathering in support of the I'nitcd J
Appeal-Jewish Federation of South Brow art
Campaign. (Jleekel (left) is joined here by
Chairman Willilam Settles and hia wife. June |
Co-Chairman Robert Poll ark | right).
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