The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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13 v. : ill. ;
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Publisher:
Fred Shochet
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Hollywood, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Dec. 24, 1971 called no. 3 in masthead and no. 4 in publisher's statement; July 21, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Aug. 3, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Feb. 2, 1972 called no. 2 in masthead and no. 3 in publisher's statement; Apr. 26, 1974 called no. 9 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Aug. 2, 1974 called no. 5 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Aug. 4, 1972 called also v. 2, no. 19, and May 10, 1974 called also v. 4, no. 9, repeating numbering of previous issues.

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wJewisti Flortdfidfin
Volume 3 Number 1
and SIIOFAll OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
^____________Hollywood. Florida Friday, November 24, 1972
Two Sections Price 25c
Benefactors Dinner Scheduled Dec 14
Avner Idan, Minister Plen-
ipotentiary of the State of
Israel, will be the guest speaker
at the Benefactors Dinner of
United Jewish Appeal and
Greater Hollywood's Jewish
Welfare Federation Thursday,
Dec. 14, at 6 p.m. in the Dip-
lomat Country Club.
The dinner is being planned
for all those members of the
Jewish community who expect
to contribute $1,000 or more to
the Federation campaign. This
will mark the first time that
such a distinguished group has
been gathered at the inception
of the drive to offer impetus to
the fund-raising effort.
Mr. Idan, Minister at the Em-
bassy of Israel in Washington,
has been in the service of his
government since 1948 when
Israel won its independence.
He played an active role in
AVNtK I0AH
the struggle for his country's
freedom, first as a volunteer in
the British armed forces in the
fight against Nazism, and later
as a volunteer in the Haganah,
the underground army of pre-
state Israel. By the time state-
hood was declared in 1948, Mr.
Idan had reached the rank of
Major in the Israel Defense
Forces.
Mr. Idan entered government
service while the apparatus of
administration was still being
fashioned. His career has been
varied and impressive. For seven
years he served in the Prime
Minister's office and then as an
official of the Ministry of De-
fense.
His career as a diplomat with
the Israel Foreign Ministry be-
gan in 1955 when he was ap-
pointed Secretary at the Em-
bassy of Israel in Paris. Between
British Jews Targets For
New Wave Of Letter Bombs
LONDON (JTA) British
Jews appear to be the principal
targets of the new wave of let-
ter bombs flooding Britain.
To date, 20 of the booby-
trapped envelopes have been
either intercepted at postal sort-
ing" offices or turned over to
police by recipients.
One recipient, a diamond mer-
chant, was injured when
he opened a letter bomb in his
office. He wait reported resting
comfortably at St. Barttholo-
iih'w'h Hospital.
Other recipients included
Abba Bornstein, former chair-
man of the British Mizrachi.
Chief Rabbi Emeritus Sir Israel
Brodie, and the sexton of a small
synagogue who said he was
probably on the terrorists' list
because his name appears on the
synagogue's note paper.
Letter bombs were also re-
ceived by three Jews in Glas-
gow. Several were addressed to
offices in Whitechap>?!, where
many Jewish business firms are
located.
Scotland Yard ha* warned
Jews not to open unexpected
mail from abroad. Police also
increased security for the 17th
biennial national conference of
the British Section of the World
Jewish, Congress which opened
here Saturday night.
The Israeli newspaper, Maariv,
reported that two Palestinian
Arabs were arrested in Buch-
arest after Rumanian authori-
ties found letter bombs in their
possession. The Arabs were en-
the bombs to Israeli Individuals
believed they Intended to mail
route to Yugoslavia where it was
and Jewish institutions.
Federal and local law en-
forcement agencies in New York
also reported the interception of
15 letter bombs in Singapore.
Several of them were addressed
| to New York residents. This
' latest incident proves terrorists
are continuing their diabolical
efforts, officials said, noting
that a letter-bomb mailed from
New Delhi, India, was also re-
ceived in Tel Aviv
A Scotland lard expert told
that the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the letter bombs
are only dangerous If opened.
He warned against putting sus-
pect mail in water because the
glue on the envelope could dis-
solve and the bomb would ex-
plode.
The letter bombs contain stiff
cardboard soaked in a plastic
explosive with a metal detona-
tor. The expert said any suspect
letter should be put aside and
the local police informed im-
mediately.
"It is safe to handle as long
as the envelope is not torn," he
said. "Once such precautions are
taken, there is no reason to be
unduly worried. When the per-
petrators discover that nobody
falls for the device they will stop
doing it because it is not easy."
Post office workers, mean-
while, were reportedly being
given special training U detect
and handle letter bombs. There
was growing concern, however,
that some of the bombs were
passing through a metal-detec-
tion device without being dis-
covered.
A London newspaper quoted
one postal sorter saying: "This
job is beginning to get danger-
ous. I wish the Arabs would
fight their war in the Middle
East."
CJF School Allocation
RZA President Proposes
LIDO BEACH. N. Y. (WNS)
Rabbi Bernard Bergman, pres-
ident of the National Council for
Torah Education, citing "great
financial hardships" resulting
from "adverse rulings" by the
United States Supreme Court,
proposed that the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds allocate $100 million for
Jewish education needed to en-
sure Judaism's survival in the
United States.
The Rabbi, who accused the
CJF of "failing to grasp the
vital significance of Jewish ed-
ucation as a major factor in
sustaining the viability of the
Jewish community," was speak-
ing before 500 delegates at the
62nd annual convention of the
Religious Zionists of America
(Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi).
The 420 all-day Jewish
schools," be said, "are con-
fronted with a severe monetary
crisis and must secure Imme-
diate help if they are not to
sharply curtail or possibly dis-
continue their operations."
He said the CJF should not
si>end its money on social serv-
ice institutions already aided by
government appropriations, and
also urged the American Jewish
Congress to "desist from its at-
tacks on aid to parochial
schools."
RZA president Rabbi Bernard
A. Poupko told the convention
that the country's rabbinical
organizations and yeshivas
should initiate compulscry two
year terms of service for all
newly ordained on-campus Or-
thodox rabbis to "salvage spir-
itually a substantial segment of
our 350,000 young men and
women attending our college*
and universities."
itttSvtt

1958 and 1963 he served in the
Embassy in Washington as
First Secretary and later as
Counselor.
After a period of home duty
he was appointed, in 1966. as
Minister to the newly estab-
lished Israel Embassy in Bonn,
West Germany. He remained at
that post until his assignment
to Washington during the Sum-
mer of 1971 as Minister and
Deputy Chief of Mission.
The privilege of hearing Mr.
Idan's views on the current
situation in Israel and the
middle East will be extended by
invitation to the select group
in the Hollywood Jewish com-
munity who will set the pace
for the entire 1973 campaign.
The goal for the coming cam-
paign has been set by the lead-
ership of United Jewish Appeal
and Jewish Welfare Federation
at $1,500,000 and the pledges
made by the invited group is
expected to serve as an effective
and influential factor in kicking
off the campaign at a high level.
Dinner invitations are now in
the mail. It is suggested that
reservations be made either bv
return mail or by calling the
Jewish Welfare Federation of-
fice.
80 Kiev Jews Given Permission To Emigrate
NEW YORK (WNS) The Greater New York Council on
Soviet Jewry has learned from Kiev activist Alexander Ger that 80
Kiev Jews have received permission to emigrate. Young and middle
aged Jews are being asked to pay the education tax, Mr. Ger said,
while those on pensions or close to pension age are not. Mrs. Ger
and their children received permission to emigrate, but Mr. Ger was
refused.
Synagogue, Monument May Be Razed In Minsk
NEW YORK WNS) The last remaining synagogue in Minsk
may be razed to make room for the expansion of an adjacent hous-
ing project, and the monument to the World War II martyrs of the
Minsk ghetto may be removed if the nearby Iubilena Hotel carries
out its contemplated expansion, according to travelers who recently
returned from the Soviet Union.
U.S.-Israeli Accord Reached
JERUSALEM (WNS)-A $32 million agreement for two
desahnization plants in Israel and one in the United States has
been signed here. The Israel plants will be at Eilat 'one million
gallons a day) and at Ashdod (11 million). The Eilat plant is al-
ready under construction. In the United States, a plant with an as
yet unspecified capacity will be built in San Diego, Calif. Construc-
tion costs will b'.- divided equally between the two countries, the
Foreign Ministry saij.
Gahal Charges Schools Unprotected
JERUSALEM (WNS)This city's schools are unprotected
against possible terrorist attacks or sabotage, a Gahal MK has
charged Avraham Katz demanded to know why no outside security
assistance was provided. Complaining that school principals alone
carried the burden of security, he said the Education Ministry ad-
vised principals to assign women teachers and 11 year old students
to search school premises and grounds for bombs and booby-traps.
France May Sell Tanks To Libya
PARIS (WNS) France has reportedly agreed to sell AMX-30
heavy tanks and other military equipment to Libya. Libya is also
pressing France to speed up the delivery of 110 Mirage jets. Libyan
Premie;- Abdel Salam Jalloud, during his current visit here, also
reportedly asked France to supply the necessary equipment for
the construction of several desahnization plants. The possibility of
Franco-Libyan oil cooperation was discussed at some length.
French ministers and President Georges Pompidou reportedly
warned Jalloud that 'France would be forced to reconsider the en-
tire issue" of military equipment if the Libyan-Syrian-Egypt fed-
eration materialized.
Aid Program For Refugees Approved
BRUSELS (WNS) Common Market foreign ministers have
approved a 54 million aid program for Palestinian refugees. The aid
consisting mainly of food, will be channeled through the United
Nations Relief Agency (UNRWA), and will be spread over a period
of five years. Another part of the aid will go to the most disad-
vantaged refugees: children, young mothers and the aged.
Arkja Purchasing Additional Aircraft
JERUSALEM (WNS)Arkia, Israel's internal airline, wi'.l
receive a IL 1.25 million loan from the Tourism Ministry towanf
the purchase of two additional aircraft.


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vJenist- Fkrid&n "" shofr Hollywood
Friday, November 24, 1972
United Fund Reports
40% Of Goal Raised
l tini-( KuiKt of Biowaiit
:.. held its :ii>i report nveei-
. ,-iiiU himI proved llirtl Us
1 .
MVcting at the Governor's Club
ill meoibi rs >' the campaign
ban* i n port* on the fissaVraJaing;.
A- ol Xov. 2 the l'-F had met
: of it- M .") million goal The
total uiKMint of money collected
, .-114.462.
i -v thinu thai Impresses me
;i is the enthusiasm you've
ho i luring this campaign." said
V-K pceaklMM O.K. Huichi-on. ad-
ri>v '.; peflMMM who haw hron
Invi id w i111 tttreetina; the cam-
ii *Wttn thi entfuuiaam I
rJon'i think can mi onlj | wn begun .mil tar tho United
Fund of Broward County. tt*i
reall: working. To date, one group
ha- 'lie oY-r it- -.'iwil and sevi ral
ha\ jum over the halfway mark."
The eomliinod leaeral campaiga,
win tolicita i root federal agen-
iiini i iiii-tt'd sii.isr.
101.K'. oi it> sn 082 BoaL Ea>
; o>e "i the liii< rnal Revenue
S e have n-ach<>d 2*9.1*1 oi
Ih. i s
In Hi n sidential. professiooal
.-in.! special event* carapabjm
ili, lmii'- showed ovei '<"' of the
goal
;, miidonttal campaign hai
t 4 K209.932, win. h i- M I
, 1326.000 goal. Tho profas-
.. ,i : ewaip reported reawMtn the
:*..'.' mark, collecting S4.'. 171. In
special e\,nts. $2ti.3(J] had been
collected, which iejjg$.l fr cent
of th- S43 552 '_oajL '
The largest goal in the cam-
I sign la that for major Finns
'more than 100 einj>lo>ves>. To
I. SSB9.00B has I'een collected.
which is 17.'. ol iru- S15.915
goal.
The tmsiai ajraMp had collected
$17,132, which is l.'i.r. of the
$113,173 goal. The const ruction
group had collected 17.204. 19.2';
,il its 896jB40 rroal.
BankB and savings and loan in-
stitutions, part of the finance
group, had given $50.717 39.5' i
of the S12H.790 goal. Services col-
lected 12,151, which Ii 1S.1D of
it< (15,614 goal Puhlic employees
have readied 1.'13'. o! the (78.373
goal by collecting 110.496,
The pUhhc tehooli collecwd S5.-
71-1 which i- l'l.'-". ol the 941.912
goal; national firm* had given II,-
43 and the allied health campaign
had nit d $360 towards its 912,-
900 geal.
Thoae attending the luncheon
were KSked to v.ite for their fa-
vorite- iii rh "Misses United Fund
of Broward County" conuietition.
The six psjss of twins in the con-
teal will eventually lie cut down
t,i one pair, which will be crowned
at the final report meeting on
IV. 7.
Hollywood Representatives
Attend 41st General Assembly
JWF Young Leaders Council
Meeting Scheduled Dec. 6
A group Bftrl enr.Mintci disciis-
... ,i iii the method uaed in
:,., the chosen topic for the
]., \- inv.- "i the Young LtadeTC
Jewish Welfan Fed-
; mi
meeting win be held Wed-
.,.,.. evenin Dec 6, at the home
Barrj PeKaoy, < meraboi
i ih, program committee of the
ted m inizatton. Topic
foi i, evening will be "What Is
. i and When !><> 1 Fit In?"
Pi .-i.i.im;nii; plans .all for the
- use ni the newest psycho-
ii, i methods of presenting a
Kiiosing all the material
-(-levant to the topic and allowing
the gueata \<< coma to their earn
tmejusiom bj the end of the
. nssaon.
The YOUIU Leaders Council is
.in arm of Jewish Welfare Fed-
, ration formed several yean ago
o seek future leadership for the
irganizatlon. During its shon span
0| existence it has prepared a
number of men who now hold top
l campaign.
Any young man Interested In
joining in its program Is Invited
i attend the Daeembsr awottag.
Ilcaervaciam oan i* made by call-
ing the Federation office.
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Fifteen representatives of tlw
Greater Hollywood Jewish om-
murrit} were among the L'.Orto
Jewish lenders from throughout
the United States and Canada who
mended the General Assembly of
tlv Council of Jewi-h Federations
I and Welfare Funds in Toronto Nov.
' B-12.
The local representatives includ-
(Of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Atkin,
Mr ami Mrs. Herbert Kat/.. Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel Meline. Mr. and
Mrs. Rolert Kerbel. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Katler. Rabbi and Mrs. Pnvi 1
Shapiro. Mrs. Marsha Tobin and
I>r and Mis Philip Weinstein Jr.
Reaeivlng recognition from the
Assembly were Marsha Tobin and
Dr. Samuel Meline. Dr. Meline is
this war's winner of the Hy ami
Halle Schlafcr Award far young
lea li r.-, while Mrs. Tobin won a
special award this year for her
outstanding work on the woman's
' education programs of Federation.
Many special sessions were held,
particular^ for the Young Lead-
' el* of the various Federations.
Plans have been finalized for
the program on Soviet Jewry to
lie held Tuesday evening. Dec. 5.
i at Temple Sinai.

Sessions at the1 Assembly COVeead
everything from the future of
[ Judaism in America to relation-
ships between the synagogues and
Pcderationa and the future of
Israel.
Among the resolutions .adopted
by the community representatives
were those dealing with 1973 cam-
paigns. Soviet Jewry, the Middle
Fast, Jewish education and domes-
tic and urban concerns.
On the 1973 campaigns, the
Assembly noted that the human
I needs to be mot by Fi aerations are
"the gr ati si ho have ever faced",
Tlv resolution recognized that "the
responsibility" of the Jewish com-
munitj of North America is "not
leu than MO million ". with $125
1 million for vital need- here at
home an'! S505 million to help
n ,i ihe hroad needs of Israel's
rwweomers. It furthers states that
| "each Federation mu-l assess the
full implications uf these awesome
needs and then seek that goal
whi.h would help achieve the
greatest response."
On Jewish education, the del-
egates, while reaffirming the reso-
and support for those "courage-
ousl) dt mending the right to emi-
grate and the right to live as
Jews", resolved that "We must
commit ourseh-i .- ; do everything
within our 'iSbwf td h.ip mem
ichieve their roals."
The d'legates, a.'.iressing them-
selves to the ransom payment is-
sue, called upon their respective
governments In Washington and
Ottawa "to impress upon the So-
viet Union the need to eliminate
i his tax and other official and ar-
bitrary impedlmet*." The resolu-
tion further called upon the United
States Congress to enact the Jack-
son and Vanik amendments which
make preferential economic treat-
ment for tho Soviet Union con-
ditional uimn their removing and
not reinstating th,^ ransom re-
quirement."
Jewish education, the dele-
gates, while reaffi lining the reso-
lution of 1971, urged that national
and local action be taken "to as-
certain the OnUSM of the decline
of enrollment in Jewish schools.
in the Tasl decade and to und.-r-
i.iko measures r. I tins trend
The resolution further urged the
Council's College Youth and Fac-
ility Committee, the Institute lor
' Jewish Life and other concerned'
1 groups, that to help assure in
the light of the growing role Is-
' rael is playing in providing sum-
mer and year-round educational
J experiences that such educa-
, tional programs in Israel be of the
1 highest quality.
On the issue of peace in the
: Middle Fast, the delegates .>.
; solved that "a just and lasting
peace in the Middle East can he
, achieved only by binding agree-
ments," and urged their respective
government* to "continue their
efforts to hung fsmel and the Arab
States into direct negotiations"
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Friday, November 24, 1972
*Jeisfifk>ricf#in nd Shofar of HoHyweod
Page 3-A
AT Jtmt SOUL BONDS MMNBt
Durbins To Receive
Independence Award
Abe and Grace Durbin will re-
ceive the State of Israel Atzmaut-
Independence Award for their de-
M*. am* MS. AM DURBIN
votion to Israel at the inaugural
I Temple Solel-Israel Dinner of State
1 at 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, at the
Emerald Hills Country Club
Hallandale Chapter
I Meetings Plalnned
The "Current Events Discussion
Ifiroup" of Hallandale Chapter of
llladassah will meet at 10:30 a.m.
[Thursday, Nov. 30, in the Parker
JTowers Blue Room. Mrs. Harry
|7.eiger, education vice president,
Will be in charge rj the program.
The Chapter will hold its "Edu-
cation Day" at the same location
"uesday, Dec. 5, at 12:30 p.m.
Kducation vice presidents of the
larious groups will be introduced,
i'hapter members will present a
licit, and Leon Lear, guest speaker.
I ill discuss "Germany, Past and
t resent."
Participating in the skit will bo
Florence Rose, narrator; Ann
"per. Rose Tulin, Doris Sonet,
V'vette Levine and Kthel Phillips,
jungs and accompaniment will be
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Mr. Durbin is president of Tem-
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Hills Builders Association and
chairman of the builders division
of the Jewish Welfare Federation.
He is a past president of the Bay-
shore Service Club of Miami Beach,
past president of Temple Sinai,
Hollywood, and of the Toastmas-
ters International of Hollywood.
Mrs. Durhin served as financial
secretary of the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach,
and is a former member of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
and National Council of Jewish
Women.
The Durbins have three children
and three grandchildren.
Milton M. Parson, director of
the South Florida Israel Bonds
Organization, praised the Durbins
for their extensive community ac-
tivities and their interest in help-
ing Israel, which is marking its
25th anniversary of statehood.
Arthur Teitelbaum
Is Guest Speaker
The Jewish Youth Council of
the Jewish Welfare Federation of
Greater Hollywood will hold an
open meeting for all Jewish youth
in the South Broward area at
Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Arthur
Teitelbaum, executive director of
the Florida Region of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Teitelbaum will present a pro-
gram especially designed for youth
which will include documentation
of anti-Semitic practices in this
area.
The Jewish Youth Council has
determined that a great need ex-
ists to inform the Jewish youth
community of problems of Jewish
youth living in a Christian society
with a fundamentalist-proselytiz-
ing atmosphere.
Many of those involved in Youth
Council believe that youth and the
adult population in Broward Coun-
ty as well, are largely unaware of
the problem of anti-Semitism in
their midst. The first step in com-
batting the problem is education
Of our youth, followed by appro-
priate action.
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Number 1
18 K1SLEV 5733 ,
Tradition Of Freedom
Chanukah is probably the most widely observed holi-
day in Jewish homes today and while some see in this a
modern response to Christmas, the fact is that this holiday
o* joy and gilts, this special period of light in the darkest
season of the year, has always been a favorite of Jewish
c.uldren and their parents.
Of all our festivals based on historical events, we
know more about Chanukah than any other. The date
165 before the common era and the occasion the re-
turn of the Jerusalem Temple from the Syrian pagans who
had defiled it are clearly recorded. Also, in the midst of
the gifts and the fun, is its message of freedom of worship
for each individual that is not dictated by whatever form of
government is in power at the time.
More than 2 000 years ago the heroic Maccabees gave
us this tradition of freedom which we celebrate today in
our holiday of Chanukah. In the spirit of that tradition we
should never forget that freedom is indivisible and the
birthright of every person.
The Christian Dilemma
It is that time of year when we ask questions about
the conflict of our Jewish children and Christmas in rela-
tion to the public schools.
Christmas is as much a part of the Anglo-Saxon
American culture as it is a religious holiday The Constitu-
tion of the United States guarantees separation of Church
horn State in our public institutions.
We. as Jews, should be aware that the religious con-
notation of Christmas should not be celebrated in our pub-
lic schools and neither should Chanukah. Chanukah is a
Jewish religious holiday, and as such, has no place in the
school system.
This time of year can be difficult for Jewish school chil-
dren as they can easily feel "left out." h is up to us to help
our children understand Judaism and its place in society
and to imbue our children with the warmth and beauty of
life of our peoplehood. This is the responsibility of our
Jewish educational institutions, our synagogues, temples
and our homes, not the public schools.
Young People Make Contribution
Although its budget is infinitesmcil by comparison with
some of the ambitious studies underwritten by Jewish
agencies, the dedication of "Nat's Gnats" to their mission
can make them an important force in the Jewish community.
Modeled after Ralph Nader's "Raiders," the National
Center for Jewish Policy Studies is hardly a formal body
at this time. It consists principally of young part-time re-
searchers who live with Jewish families in the Washing-
ton area and receive small weekly subsistence stipends
out of an annual budget of $5,000.
This past summer they worked on 10 different projects,
one of which (the first ratings ever made of Senatorial per-
formance on issues of importance to Jews) has just been
released. Others dealt with parochial education, the effect
o: the trade bill on Soviet Jews and possible legal action
to protect the mail rights of Soviet Jews under the Universal
Postal Union. A concrete achievement has been the intro-
duction of a regular 10-minute program on the Voice of
America, directed at Jews in the Soviet Union.
Whether or not the projects they plan will duplicate
efforts already under way by established agencies is
hardly as important as the fact that "Nat's Gnats" (after 36-
year-old Nathan Lewin, their leader) represents an imagi-
native effort by committed young people to make a con-
tribution in the Jewish public interest.
WASHINGTON, D.C There
Is a good chance thai the great
change si poliey In Hanoi was
preceded b) a great poMtteal
upheaval, Including severe flown-
i uHns ui Noi Hi Vietnam1! era-
daily Important first pert*
if) i.o Duaii. This i- not eer>
tain as yet, but the wisest Amer-
analysts consider thai ii '-
in ;hlj probable.
AS USUAL in such cases in
evidence wUl appear trifling to
anyone who la not cloae stu-
dent "1 Ninth Vietnamese af-
Perhaps the must Imp
,i it, n is i recent photograph
showing the party leadership at
a public reception.
Prime Minister Pham Van
D.m-. Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap, Le
Duan's bitter enemy and rival,
Truong Chinh these and all
ether leaders of conseiiuence
conspicuously present,
while Le Duan alone was con-
tp miously absent.
THE niisT party's secretary's
absence was significant, of
course, precisely because the
ttneup of personages on public
0! asions a always a message
telling who i- who.
The photograph In turn under-
lined the further fact that I.e
Duan, usually most active, has
noi been publicly seen or heard
from since Sept. 3.
THIS IS not surprising, either.
BfeVCC the North Vietnamese pol-
icy change undoubtedly dates
from mid-September. And when
a gnat mistake is acknowledged
by a great change of policy,
the principal author of the mis-
take is usually made to suffer
for it.
In the case of North Vietnam,
it is inordinately difficult, of
course, to know for sure which
1> ader was on what side in any
given decision. It is widely sup-
pos.il. for example, that Gen.
Giap was a strong backer of |
the policy of huge North Viet- j
narncsc investments in the war
ui South Vietnam. Yet most of
the inivr group of experts in-
stead believe that Giap was
really an advocate of the doe-
trine of classical guerrilla war
which he wrote himself after
the French defeat.
IN THE CASK of Le Duan.
in contrast, there is no room for
doubt about hLs role. The docu-
ments have consistently shown
With equal consistency, the
evidence has shown Truong
Chinh on the opposite side of
the argument, in favor of put-
ting the home front first, in fact.
IN ADDITION. Le Duan is
one of the two Hanoi Politburo
rreml>ers who comes from South
Vietnam, whereas Truong Chinh
is a northerner, and is Chinese
Communist-trained, to boot. His
name, a pseudonym, even means
"Long March."
the first party secretary as the
l'-ading advocate of using North
Vietnam's manpower and re-
aourcei with an unsparing hand
in order to aid the Viet Cong in
the south.
If Truong Chinh is up and Le
Duan is down tor even out), it
certainly does not mean that
the angels of light have trium-
phed over the powers of dark-
ness. Yet if this is really the
way of it. the fact has immense
meaning, nonetheless.
SIPPOSE A great ilitical
upheaval has in fact preceded
what looks like a great change
of policy, to begin with. It is
then much, much safer to as-
sume that the policy change is
real.
This has direct bearing on the
HIOSl vital question raised by
Dr. Henry A. Kissinger's nego-
t latin.
THAT question, of course, is
whether the North Vietnamese
mean to cheat again this time, ,
as they cheated so flagrantly |
and promptly after their Laos |
agreement with Gov. Averell
Hani man in 1962.
Truong Chinh being up and
Le Duan down further fits neat-
ly with the course of the Kis-
singer negotiations, since the
North Vietnamese began to get
down to business in late Sep-
tember On i he one hand. I-c
i ,M,ni bears the h< aviest respon-
ty for the sacrifice iii war
of at leas! a million "I North
Vietnam's young men the
equivalent ol million Amer-
i m- Y't If Hanoi does not
cheat, this due sacrifice will he
in vain.
on tiii: other hand, as above
noted. Truong Chinh has al-
ways been an advocate ol pri-
orlty for the home front.
And as toon as they got down,
to business in the talks tne
theme of American aid i<> help
instruct the home front be-
came very Important indeed.
Continued on Pan 11
NEW YORK, N Y Peaci hath it- ordeals no less turbulent
than war. The curri nt hassles ovi r the final signing of a Vietnam
cease-fin are proof that we can speak of the wan f pea
well as -if the wars ol war Consider what these wars look
al ihis mom nt.
There was the hassle about signing on Halloween. Hanoi's
hast,- ivai easily explainable. First, the desire to put pressure
on President Thicu, and cut short the buildup of |Hihlle opinior
in Booth Vietnam which he's now preparing. Second, the do-
sire to have the cease-fire completed before, not ufter. Anirr-
icas Klection Day, when President Ni\on feels somewhat more
vulnerable than he will feel later. Third, the desire to heap
some Hilda rifled aspects of the agreement relatively vagi"-.
van writer on negotiations with Conimuists bears wltn.it*
to their capacity for exploiting disputes oxer verbal meanings.
President Nixon tended off this move. Henry' Kissinger dealt
with it adroitly in his press conference and Hanoi took the
rebuft in stride.
There is the land-grab bisslr. This means heavy fighting mi
both Hide* to grab or hold hamlets In South Vietnam, since the
ccasc-lirc-ln-place means that the power position* wUl be
fror.eii at the moment of signing.
Hate is at stake here than simply a few more or less villages
to rule temporarily, until the sujicrvised elections. What is at
stake is the chance to propagandize the people in those villages
in preparation for the elections.
to -to *
THE COMMl'MOTS. OVER THE YEARS, have mastered
the technics and tactics of such propagandizing. Every" village
they gain means another area in which they can use this mas-
tery You would think that President Thieu would know this.
and would therefore sign the cease-fire sooner rather than later.
Yes but Thieu doesn't ha\e as good propaganda cadres a- the
Cornmunists' and he needs time to build them and thus be ready
for the beginnings of the election effort. He loeas territory to
gain time.
Tills leads Into the interim caretaker hassle. There Is %
plan for a tripartite National Counsel of National Conciliation
and Concord a mouth-filling name which could either turn
out to be a coalition government or an electoral commission
Hanoi wants It to be the first. Thieu wants It to he the second.
This la where the biggest infighting will come, and this to what
Thieu'n current speeches bristle with. If it doesn't got aettled
the shooting could break out again, and the election result*
would follow the results of the guns.
Thieu is a foot-dragger and obstadc-imposer, but he is not
simply that. He is also a shrewd i>olitician, for whom his Amer-
ican allies have made a surprisingly acceptable peace. But he has
to sell that peace to his own military' and leadership groups, and
to his people. He must ap|iear to them his own man. neither vic-
tim of Hanoi nor puppet of Washington. He must give some evi-
dences of concessions from both. Hence whnt would otherwise
appear to be only his obstructionist antics.
There may well turn out to be two de facto governments
operating in South Vietnam in the interval from the cease-fir*
to the elections, The hassle will be an interim propaganda strug-
gaa bctwe< n them.
There is Ihe election Itself, ihls Is where all the roads
lead to and from. All through the war the question of who
ill rule South Vietnam has been the dominant one. That Is
what the killings and dyings were for. Thto to whv Nixou and
Kissinger insisted that a milltarv settlement hod to pre****
a political one. so that the non-< 'mnninlsta would have a
fighting chance at power la Saigon.
to '-to -to
HAVE THEY? A FK.IlTINt; CHANCE, yes. If you talk of
probabilities, it is still too early. The election is the core, nnd
the election is anything but determined. Despite the burgeoning
anti-Americanism in South Vietnam, wliat the American people
think and feel is bound to be reflected in the minds of the South
Vietnamese. If American opinion crosses President Thieu off a
a cipher or worse, he will have the election stacked against hint.
On the face of it. Thicu's chances ai-c passable. He. controls'
less than two-thirds of the territory, but this includes almost *">'
of the people. They are war-weary, and Thieu has been rough
with th.tr village rouncils and high-handed in Saigon. But they
are mostly against the kind of domination from the center that
communism involves. They may prefer to stick with dangers they
know rather than flee to greater dangers they know not of. On
the other band, their >vnr-weariness may make them succumb t*
Communist indoctrination, as has hap|>cncd with other war-
weary populations.
This much is clear: That even before ise cease-fire has been
signed, the struggle for voters has already started. No sooner
will the American elections be over than the South Vietnam
elections begin. Belter elections than death.


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9-Jenisf. ncrkUar **'' Hollywoed
Friday. November 24,
1972
'Soviet Jewry' Program
Dec 5 At Temple Sinai
The program, planned by the i
Temple Sinai Sisterhood in con- j
junction with the Jewish Youth j
Council of the Jewish Welfare Fed-'
< ration of Greater Hollywood, will
be entitled, "A Night with Jew-
Returninp from the Soviet I'nion' ,
It will feature Rabbi Tiber Stem,
spiritual leader of Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue, Miami i
Beach, and Reona Abramowitz, a
17-year-old student. Both of when
recently returned from extensive]
travel in the Soviet Union.
The Dec. 5 program will be part .
of a nationwide demonstration un-!
tier the title of "Women'g Plea for j
Human Rights on Behalf of the
- iet Jewish Prisoners of Con-
science". Coalitions of Jewish and
Christian women- organizations |
will be massing in slmosl fifty
cities acrou the country to pro-
test the plight of Jewish prisoners
In the Soviet Union.
In 19T0 many of these prisoners
were sentenced in group trials to
harsh terms of from three to 15
years in labor camps. Sylvia Zal-
mati'on, for instance, has eight
more years to serve. The trials of
lesser known Individuals have con-
tinued to this day and there are
now some 40 young Jews in prison
for desiring to emigrate. The Worn-
en's Plea is considered vital inl
order to keep the issue of the pris- (
oners alive and to sustain the
prisoners' courage.
The Jewish Community Rela-'
tions Council of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation has a-ked to serve j
as a channel of advice and gui-
dance to the South Broward com- '
munity in creating, implementing
and doing follow-up work relating j
to the plight of Soviet Jews. A i
Soviet Jewry committee has been |
organized as an arm of the Jew- i
ish Community Relations Council |
for this purpose and all persons in-
terested in working for the cause
of Jews in the Soviet I'nion are
being encouraged to participate re-
gardless of age, sex or affiliation.
Many leaders of the Jewish com-
munity fear that if interest and
Denes**) on the Fart of American
Jews wanes, ration and re-
- i in of Jews in Russia will In-
crease. Some believe that if the
American Jewish community does
not increase its efforts in support
of Jews now experiencing persecu-
tion at the hands of the Soviet
government, we may see a wave
a repression in the Soviet Union
greater '.ban that of any other in
Europe since the murder of mil-
lions of innocent men, women and
children during World War II.
The plight and persecution of
does not sasunte the safety
and freedom of any group but. in
fact, presages the coming of re-
in and j>crsecution of other
religious, ethnic and national
groups throughout Kurope. it was
pointed out. History clearly indi-
cates the speed, efficiency and
ruthlejaness with which the So-
viets are capable of acting. Czech-
oslovakia, Hungary and Lithuania
are recent examples of the cal-
lous disregard the Soviets have for
national, social and religious free-
dom.
The Temple Sinai programs will
mark the beginning of a campaign
on behalf of Jewish prisoners in
the Soviet Union.
8 Campaign Vice Chairmen Named
Melvin H. Baer. cochairman
of the Greater Hollywood Jew-
ish Welfare Federation 1973
campaign and chairman of its
Apartment Division, has an-
nounced the appointment of
eight prominent men in the Jew-
ish community as vice chairmen
[ of his division.
Their selection was made at an
I initial meeting of the top cam-
) paign leadership.
Each of the men chosen to
act in the capacity of vice chair-
man has a prev lous record of
strong interest in the work of
Federation and participation in
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campaigns in previous years.
Mm appointed, and the dis-
tricts which they will represent
include Meyer Kaplan, chairman
of the Hallandale division with
Jerome Gevirman. cochairman;
Leo Marder. chairman of the
Diplomat Parkway division;
Sidney Holtzman. chairman of
the South Ocean Drive. Holly-
wood division; Nathan Pritcher,
chairman of the Hillcrest divi-
sion with Alvin Hess, cocnair-
mam-Oscar Rozansky. chairman
ol the Sheridan Lakes division.
and Ralph Grant, chairman of
the Gol Ian Isles division.
These new appointees will no*
in turn seek capable mm an^
women to help them in the cam-
paign drives in the various build-
ings in their division. Workers
will again be selected on the
basis of their interest in the
work of Federation. Many will
be new residents with a back-
ground of work with Federation
or United Jewish Appeal m (hell
cities of origin.
Meetings for the division are
presently under way with jjr
Raer and his vice chairmen de-
ciding on strategy and procedun]
for the coming campaign
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Holiday Speeials
In time for the Chanukah holi- i
day a new "Wolfie-type" restau- ,
rant has opened in the Hollywood I
area. The BLVD DELI, located
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taking orders for holiday dinners j
to be taken out, in ad lit ion to pre- I
paring to serve Chanukah delica- j
cies in the restaurant.
Featuring home-style Jewish i
cooking, the BLVD DELI will so-
cialize in chicken-in-the-pot. flank- j
en. brisket and kasha varnishkes. !
blintzes and knishes.
The new restaurant will serve '
daily luncheon specials and will
also be open for breakfast. The !
take-out service will offer meats i
and salads by the pound in addi- ,
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Friday, November 2-
1972
wwv>/>/vwv"ws.
scene around
tb Mari, N'eVins
Whenever i write about happenings out of the pact, one or
the other of my offspring cormrwnti that I am always writing
bout old times. And yel they like t.> mat nbuM the old days or
the days when thej were little. I guess they just don't like it In
print for aurcl) nostalgia is the order of the day Just today two
ol our Miami Herald columnists used their column space t>> talk
about their earl> days I hate to admit it but I remember their
earl) days and sometimes i feel thai nothing obanges too much
The setting Is the same with perhaps different .n-tors playing
the ." i-
Teenagc Jewish edu ttion having been brought to the tore-
1 nd bj the verj successful Juoalca program now in progreai
"' this ''' can not help but think back to my own Jewish
education at tins same high nool age p rtod. I was one ol the
i. milH youn pea who was a member i anfirmation
class conducted bj Rabbi Stephen S. Wiae He was a man that
".....mpressive in apix with hi- thick black hair and
his leonl ireeful In manner and so eloquent in
his spa rh thai his youi ints, myself among them,
wo ; enth I bj him I'm afraid perhaps thai the man
n Interest I nan his subje i
Very often D w se was i visitoi at out home, too In ad.li-
t n t'i our family's membership in his Free Synagogue, my
nis at < 'ohunbia L'nivei >
In o i I i nember mj father
Iclli it h should have been an icto As i look back I
imagine I I that part ol him a nost important talent
- i
The services the F S i ue were held in I 'arm
i: is no > tuarj had bi en built fot the ci it ion,
-. -1 ras filled with the
roui p. All eyes were 1 I on the pul-
that Ifi rti ulat ing his fore 'ful
bra tic power; were Imj rery
- an I in- o ith me t< laj
A- I i, rd now, l gee that he was one ol the
found i of t \ > Zionists Association and its first secre-
tary. H the cause "i Jewish national homeland before
President Woodrow Wilson and founded the American Jewish
Congress He was an extn ral In hi* day and some of the
causes whii h lie champloited in the secular world are still causing
tremendous controversy today. Mis name is in many Jewish his-
torj books But to me, he was Jutt my rabbi.
It was a wine-dins of a party at Gloria and Norm Wrubel's
which launched the social season last Week. A beautiful, balmy
night which followed a Jay of on and off rain which must have
given Gloria a case of jitters. However the lovely evenings
weather made up for it and everyone could gather ponlsidc on
the patio as- well as in the dining room, living room and family
room.
Gloiiu said tliat the lnsi time they had planned on such a
big group had tx-on the time of their son's Bar Mitrvah and that
niht had been an "unusual" 'for Hollywood* 33 degree evening
so that no one could make us* of the dance floor-covered pool or
outdoor bar.
The group was gag) after the summers hibernation and from
the Anton- la tin Yorras the chatter flw. The dress was infor-
mal and that meant everything, evidentaly. right up to Norma
HorwitT:'s lovely scoop necked lone dress and Bill's tie and jacket.
Jesse Mailin ALMOST pot to tell about his three year old grand-
son Rcid's propensity for listcninc to the news rather ihan
Sesame Street but in a croup w itli other grand parents, he lost
the floor quickly to Edna Brinn who had a two year old to
discuss.
Asher Hollander was there minus S3 iiounds. according to
his wife. Kibe, and looking groat according to all of us. Lenny
I'.omanik vm- caught running in with a briefcase all jvartics
to a case were guests so he could conveniently get their John
Hancock.- nothing like business carrying on. Terry Ge-
roiSBMM "a- sh.nvin.; oil her new hairdo, which looks great. But
she admitted it took guts to cut off lier waist length locks......
Mit/ Mann MSM telling us about our old friend Elsie
Freeman'i in marriage and T'l-a Balick, after ten*
ndoui |ob wt I lone at the Hollywood Ptayhouat told us -he -
looking for new worlds to conquer but not on a volunteer bg
That shou'.dn t K probiem with all the abilities Telsa has .
l personally, offend a Jab to young Dccdee Grecnspun. a
talented writer, to help pat out this year with new- of her set in
the graduating 'ass at Nova Mother Gloria tell- me that -he
plans on going on to either Tulane or Vanderbilt next year.
1 ntalry. I understand Jimmy Italian, lor h another budding
write* so a fen years hence the town should have no trouble
ing I In1 ne*\ -
We snw Esther and Allan Gordon and June and Bob Gordon
ana Esther's sister Rita Illowit with hubby Bill and June's sister
M:ck y Segal. Boh was telling about the new Bngf-f they've ac-
quired am! will take with them to then now home when t s fin-
i-hed Wn-.ir- the party, I drove past it and it tin look* well
along the way although June says it etna to bo taking for-
ever ....
Gloria and Al Sherman were there and ("elina and Irv Ei-h-
man with neighbors Dorothy and Max Kline Although thny \U
live within walking distance of the host and hostess, everyone
had to drive because of the standing water in the streets and
1141
letters to theecJHor
I 1)1 Klli. I I.m i,liaii-s.li.il :ir :
l.lilKlK riorldlan-Shofar:
I
I would like to be among the i A PBC
first to express my gratitude to Woman'-
away at tire airline offi when
they tried to buy ticket- tor a
rent -cries of articles by I night to Kiev. And a I, :
s Editor Mane Anderson \ the activist sisters, Eliai
Kolx'rt Kerbcl for his eloquent de-
rente of the needs of our young
people for a Greater "Hollywood
Jewish Oommunity Center. Our
vvor.-t FanrS were confirmed when
we read in Mr. Kexbel's letter that
ibis is the only Jewish community
in the Miami Herald may have left
some reade.s confused about the
plight of Soviet Jews.
Mrs. Anderson, referring to the
Jaws of the U.S.S.R. in one story,
claim, d that they have their own
newspapers, theaters and freedom
>f its si/o in the entire country j ()f travel within their own coun-
try. And in an interview with "a
50-year-old Jewish woman" she
left the impression that Jews In
whit h does not have a Jewish com-
munity center.
1 hough we have known the
Sam Perry! for some years, we
were shocked and lismayed to
read the treatise written by Sam
downgrading this project.
The genuine!) sincere effort on
the part of a courageous group of
Vikturin Poltinnikov, wh
arrested entering Kiev i
September, where they ha
to visit their ailing gran
because authorities feare
might l)c carrying messag
MoaOOW dissidents?
The Herald's Woman -
mentions the Jewish Ant
region of Birobidjan. a
swamp located near the
'diout
' and
went
'arly
come
rather,
tlit-y
from
Sdltot
mous
'ismal
"czinj;
all that bad. \ !' of Soviet Jews live. II
A- a recent visitor to the Jew* of this area have fre.
U.S.S.R. myself. I tend to differ \ practice their culture and
with Mrs. Anderson's perceptions as she contend-, the otl
of Soviet Jew- Both ot u- a- who live in the large citii
telling it a- it really Is." THIS
AREA IS IN DESPERATE NEED
OF A JEWISH OOMMUNITY
CENTER, and these people need
all the support they can get
It is true that the temples are.
without question, serving most
importai t purpose, botb religious
and social. But they can. at bast,
only effectively serve the m Is
the Soviet Union di:l not have it Chinese border when few >r than
' few
i 'in to
1 ligion
n
uf the
.-
Mrs. Anderson's opinions were {not vet in college i met etted
formed after a discussion get up for "slandering tin Soviet
by the government with a "repre- because they were found Ith (
tentative" Jew. mine were formed] H >bnew Russian di tionary tiieir
after numerous surreptitious en- possession?
counters with liss-dent Jews who
had no Communist connections,
people to -ee a need and to fill it. ( wliters were interested in meeting Soviet Union do not
e an ....unable one. Thev an-I Jews inside R issia. But, Whereas How else CMI y.ni pxpl
Contra, v to the Herald artlcli
and Soviet propaganda, the latest
of which a large layout in the
Of their own separate ongrrgation Kn.-lish Ijin'jua'.'e Soviet I.tic
n nj given area, it i- also rw es-l trumpeting I! isala's Yidd'sh the-
iarj to bring together Jew- aters magazines and newspaper
whether thej a e affiliated or un- Jewish culture is being crushed
yOUng Or old. tO meet in til" U.S.S.R. I aw Jew- h.H-
- nun ground. Not only rasa d and forced to lisp
would the youth be served by a In front of the Moscow tyna
central i e toi activities, but for the sompli crime of talking to
; -i I everj other Jews,
other ;i in between. The rationale for this action,
The i ol a Jewish com- Which happens before and
munity ccntei would strengthen} < e j rvl it a moat a I I
the social ties of t.--eater Holly-; pies in tbj Soviet Union, i- best
v... would bring our jieople all to-
gether and thus continue to pour
lilehloud ill to our very fiber- I!
the lifeline of Judaism is to be
kept open, we must make it pos-
-ible for our youth to meet, and
hopefully, 'mix and match.''
My hushnnd and I have brought
up our four children in this com-
munity for 13 years, and we. un-
fortunately have aaan the waste
of many young Jewish live* in
the direction leading away from
Judaism, following the Bar and
Bat Mitzvah social whirl.
Our children grew to teen-agers
with little opportunity for them
to meet Jewish youth from other
temples, until private efforts were
successful in bringing various sep-
arate Jewi-h vouth organizations
into the area.
Before this, the voting people
met only those other young Jewish
paopte in their own temples, im-
mediate neighborhoods. or a piti-
tnl tew in school. TTiis is a large
sprawling area and there was no
central place for them to meet.
Then-fore, my husband and I
boated together with a number
ot other families to unite the Jews
I of this area into one gnat com-
| munity effort
i Unfortunately. however. we
lound ourselves continually being
blocked from our efforts by my--
tertaus forces, lime and time'
again Thus, about two years ago. i
we gave up actively working to-.
' ward this end. and went into per-
sonal projects, i helping to estab-
lish other youth grouns for Jew-
ish 1k>> and girls, which were tin-
available and discouraged to ac-
tively paetteapate in tins area
This seemed to garner less frus-
trating results, i although it w a-n t
MS] t.i even get names from the
holder- of such list-1 to establish
these sevens! youth groups. The
vounj piagdi supported these ef-
loit- aivl several groups are now
ttirivinc.
1 would like to ask Mr. Perry
"why not give our children the
very same opportunities of a Jew-
ish evwv-munity center that most
of us. including lie and his chil-
dren have had nothing more.
nothing leas.
Thos ban -fully. they then
would he able to continue the
work and gix>i d*vds for all of
our Jewish causes, which he so
'erveiitly has espoused in his life-

PWINCEA WKlX*TOCK
Bll>Mt, W
tatod by the secretary of the
afwarnw Bo>let "It i- not n set --
ry for the Jews to he outside
How else can you I \ i
ssor from Moscow
altj w ho I tm i pulled i
! in kail (or 15 daj on a
eh ge of "hoo
ing in- km because hi expt d an
Interest in the Btati of Is
fellow teacher?
How e'-e can you ex
recent order that 22 v.
i-h ac iv i-ts u ho w ere I i n
t'li n .!- when th j ai i '>
ate iiiiist !in i
the govt rnmei I on or be
it on trial fot
I he Ji w- oi Russia are i i
free. Aft isil i iii
man) ol th m, I i alizi at they
I ok to us, the Jews ot the 'uiti-d
States, for help and ai-
One vouthful Zionist I, d ni
the synagogue, only inside.'' he near my hotel In Kk 1 theg
told Western newsmen.
Despite Mrs. Anderson's assur-
ances thai Jew s have freedom of
travel inside the U.S.S.R.. Zionist-
told me that they had been turned
to keep up the pressure il Amer-
ica. Our government is vei na-
tive to world opinion."
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"fiJi-nisIl FteridHiaiin Shofsr of Hollywood
Page 9-A
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By BOB KtRBU, fx.cufiv. O/rtcfor,
iewith Welfare Miration of Greater Hollywood
The population survey of the Great, > Hetfywood Jewish
'1l,y 'mpieted, I, indicate, many intercs.in- tWnsM 10
i "Peel H*m ho m vy s,, n.,,,,,-, piprtBfc.todtacurt fhUtin,....
Chanukah.occurs on ih,- evening ol .\. 30. The Comniunito Sur-
SiS? h?: "' 25" who have *"* "P through tillage
needy V ol .hem l,,i Chanukah candle,. Thai certainly is adtX
able. At .... ..me time.however, .he survey Indicate, thai leu than
25.....' '"' am" JewW ''"""'> regularly light Sabbath candles.
Tha festival .f Light., Chanukah, has become a major American
Iowa* holidaj Jual think eight day. of gifts! Our children are
even ab e I their non-Jewish friends and associates thai Christmas
.s onfe on laj per year, but during chanukah eight days of gift* are
iiven. therefore, Chanukah for American Jewish kids is far superior
to I hristma. ai least tha children assume this and u makes them
feel more comfortable aboul not celebrating one of the most signifi-
Oant Of not only Christian holidays, but American holidays,
As J know, Chanukah is a very minor holiday in Judaism II
to not .,, from work or ev.a n,,,,-a,,iv. bay. SpacW ceremonies
lUl""" "I'1"- and synagogues, it I. a family and home holloa,
nbservjn 0 coum Chanukah doe. much for our ago. as 1, shows
Ihe flghting spirit ol live lom thai the Jew- have and there is a sense
01 pride about what occurred with the Maccah... s.
The Sabbath occms every week, fifty-two weak* year and it is
rot celebrated by most of us today, even though Its observance is re.
' lirad by tbe Ten Commandments, and. most important differentiates
us tan other religious ethnic peoples. The Sabbath is a day of prayer
-iudy, nlaxatlen and cessation of the normal things that occur during
OUT week
The significance of lighting candles is to indicate that this is the
beginning oi a "diffencnt" day; a time for the family to be together
away from the pressures of the world around us. The opening Sab-
hath prayers are of thankfulness and appreciation of the jov of the
Sabbath.
It is much easier to light two candles and much more significant
lor our cm,hen. than competing with something that has no relation-
ship at all to Judaism. Christmas is a time to celebrate peace on earth,
rood-wIM to snath It occurs once per year. The Sabbath celebrates the
same with all the other, ingredients, and we celobrate it fifty-two
waeks per year.
Wouldn't it be interesting if our Festival of Lights was celebrated
> ich week The Sabbath!
Building-To Building
Rose Goldberg writes tis from Oxford Towers: "Winter (not cold)
festivities are in order at Oxford Towers. A Halloween party chicken
liroast music and dancing was held Saturday, Oct. 28. Joyce Shul-
man, Rose Goldberg, Marion Hammerman and Sam Garb were in
charge. Appropriate decorations were displayed by Kenny Walker.
"Shalom Group sponsored a delightful and successful luncheon at
the Hollywood Beach Country Club. A fashion show narrated and
pivcn by Haber's. beautiful door prizes and lovely models completed
a pleasant afternoon. Our own Irene Ellsley modeled. Lillian Hutter
is president of the Shalom group.
"A welcome home brunch was held on Nov. 19 to enfold once more
iiito our midst the returning Snowbirds Our sincere congratula-
tions to the Nat Singers and the Charles Simons on becoming grand-
Parents. The Simons a double mitzvah the coming marriage of
Hieir daughter ... We an- proud of our Irene Ellsley who has suc-
'ssfully passed the Real Estate Hoard- required in the State of
Florida. We know she'll be a huge success November birthday
congratulations are due to Esther Schall. Irving Klein, Leon Shnikin,
Kid Kelker Florence Desnick. Charles Simon, Jeannette Cohen, Henry
(leensberg and Fred Wise."
Nancy Horwitz of the Galahad North Women's Club write* that
'hey too had a Halloween Party, on Oct. 31. They had music by
1'bil Shadlin the accordionist. Sunday morning, Nov. 5, they had a
"'int breakfast with he Men's Club with bagels, cream cheese and
'<>x for all Nov. 8 saw an Installation Brunch at Emerald Hills
for the new officers of the Galahad North Women with Helen Simans
installed a< president; Jean Frischling. vice president: Dorothy Gold-
man, secretary; Lillian Kreetan, financial secretary; Ann Shabes.
'eaiurer and Ida Singer, chairman for the day ... On Thanksgiving
bey had a h'm Thanksgiving Day dinner at the Galahad Recreation
iiK>m with dance music supplied by Hal Rader.
Jack Solot, my old friend from Galahad South writes that on Sun-
lay evening. Nov. 12, the Men's Club there had a "Night of Fun and
Gaiety" with Luke Salem, the TV and stage star to entertain ... A
farge group from there went to Disneyland for three days. They trav-
I'lqd in a chartered bus and stayed at the Contemjwrary Hotel right
fin the Disneyland grounds.......Mr. Solot asks- that anyone who
*ants to join in the fun on Sunday evening, Dec. 3, and join the party
^olng to the Americana Hotel contact Jack Nelson or Lou Ragovin
ight away. You can sign up to go by bus if you contact Sam
ptone......
PERSONALITY PROFILE
Jack Spiegel
"This is an entirely different ran see with their own eyes the
longrcgation," says Jack feelings thai existed. I think that
i. president of tha.-lUila/i- j.Lhat was the onlj time I've evfrr
lale Jewish Cent, i {/" j lft.it (flat i could murder. Wherfl
The members are almost ailovai was talking t.> the police after ti-
tin m rrfttt. I don't
* 0 years old, Thai means we have
no religious school and oi course,
iii.i i>! the a'l i\ il les as-ociaterl
with youth. Right now we have
""'i members, Our membership
las doubled in the past year and
ROBERT W. CORDON
Robert Gordon To
Review Book Bv
Isaac B. Singer
The community is united to the
second in a series of book raviews
sponsored by Tempi.' Beth i:i Sis-
It rhood in the temple lounge, 1351
S. 14th Avc., Hollywood, at S p.m.
Wednesday.
Hanker Robert W. Gordon, a
former president of the congre-
gation. will review "Enemies. A
I/>ve Story" by Isaac Rashevis
Singer, a famous Yiddish author
and journalist.
Mr. Sinfcci has been called
"spiritual heir of Sholom Alei-
chem. His story expresses the
strangeness and moral conflicts of
lite through situations that are
almost too fantastic to believe .
except that they are true.
Mr. Gordon major cd in English
at Harvard University and later
wrote radio scripts for Paramount
Pictures. During his service in
World War II he wrote a storv
about the Aleutian Islands which
appealed in the Saturday Evening
Post.
*J\itt*r of lJci Ash
JOSEPH ALSOP
[Continued from Page t
TIIKKK is another potential
meaning, too, in the appearance
of a |)olitical upheaval in Hanoi.
If the appearance Ls not mis-
lending, in fact, it is clinching
evidence that we could not pos-
sibly have got a deal of the soil
the Nixon administration has
now got, either four years ago
or even four months ago.
But the claim that we could
have got such a deal much
earlier is also shown to be self-
serving ho^wash by a mountain
of other evidence. And while
the probability is clear that
Truong Chinh Ls up and I-e Duan
is down, we must still wait for
certainty.
JACK SPIEGf I
by next year we expect to have
i.OOO members. That's about as
many as we will take.
"Over the High Holy Days we
accommodated 1,100 people in our
sanctuaxy. In addition we had
three sittings of 250 iicople each
for Yi/kor services in our small
sanctuary. With 1S.000 to 20,000
Jewish people moving into this
area each year, soon this temple
building will bv much too small.
"Only a few years ago. the peo-
ple of tr.s neighborhou I weren't
nlcascd with the idea of our build-
ing a temple here. It was a strug-
gle to get the zoning necessary.
Even while we were building the
temple, someone defaced the stone
in the small chapel by chiseling
"Damn Jew" on it.
When we finished the building 1
insisted on leaving the marking
there so tliat those who come after
incident, I told
think they b -lieved me but I
really did feel that if 1 had known
th p son who did M I eould have
killed him."
Mr. Spiegel spend, most of his
lay- at the Center now. During
ii- construction he supervised ev-
tr| of it. Speaking of the
buil ling and it< very special older
cong i gants, Mr, Spit gel -ays,
"Things have to i>c done differently
In a temple like ours Each mem-
ber remembers how thing, warn
.. !< In their home tow n and
that's the way he think- things
should be d..... here 5fou have to
be a real diplomat to satisfy all
of them.
"For example, when we na ded
a Sukkah rets ntlv, I called in out-
side buil lers the same one. who
had built the temple because
we have no young boys or men in
the congregation who could have
dene it. That Sukkah building was
supervised by a do/en different
..... regents. They all had their
opinion of how it should be done."
Over the recent High Holoday
period this worshiping group made
more than 125000 in pledges for
the temple building. More than
i)G'<; of this amount has already
been paid. Just ivccntly the tem-
ple purchased ">00 graves in Vista.
.Memorial Gardens, for most of
these congregation members feel
that this U their h.nne now and.
want to have their family plots
here in Florida.
In ad1it;on to his temple post,
Mr. Spiegel is currently the chair-
man of the Planning and Zoning
Board in Ilallandale after having
iM'en a member of that body for
four years, His resiwnsibility
laden positions have kept him busy,
hut he is young in heart and for-
tunately able to carry the load.
"I'm proud of being a Jew in thia
city," he smile-.
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*Jenisl rkritfinn S**>t*r of Hollywood
Friday. November 24. 1972
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ommuni
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\calendar
SUNDAY, NOVEMBKR 26
Brandeis University National Women's Committee Cock-
tail Art Show
Temple Solol Men's Club Toy and Auction Sale 7:30
p.m. Emerald Hills Country Club
MONDAY. NOVEMBER'27
National Council of Jewish Women. Hollywood Section
Board Meeting 10 ajn. Home Federal Bldg.
Hallandale Blvd.
Tl'ESBAY. NOVEMBER 28
Hollywood Chapter Hadassah Book Review 1 p.m.
Homo Federal Bldg.. Hollywood
Temple Sinai Sisterhood Board Meeting 8 p.m.
Temple Sinai
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29
Jewish Youth Council Delegate Assembly 7 30 p.m.
Youth Lounge., Temple Both Ki
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER SO
Hallandale Chapter Hadassah Discussion Group 10:30
am. Parker Tower Blue Room
Hallandale Chapter B'nai B'rith Women Meeting 1
p.m. Home Federal Bldg. Hallandale Blvd.
Temple Beth Shalom Cultural Series 8 p.m. Temple
Beth Shalom
FRIDAY. DEC EMBER 1
Beach Group Hadassah Board Meeting 10 a.m. at
member's home
Sisterhood Temple Beth Shalom 4th International Arts
Festival Exhibition -- 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Temple Beth Shalom
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2
Sisterhood Temple Beth Shalom Patrons of Arts Cock-
tail & Buffet Party 7-9 p.m. 4th International Arts
Festival Auction 9 p.m. at Temple Beth Shalom 4601
Arthur St
SUNDAY. DECEMBER S
Jewish Welfare Federation Annual Meeting 10 a.m.
I^a Mer Apartments
MONDAY. DECEMBER 4
Statehood Temple Beth Shalom Membership Meeting
8 p.m. Temple Beth Shalom
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5
Hallandale Chapter Hadassah Education Day 12:30
p.m. Parker Tower Blue Room
Tempi.' Sole! Sisterhood Paid-up Membership Luncheon
11:30 a.m. Reef Restaurant Fort i-auderdalo
Temple Sinai Sisterhood Meeting Co-sponsored by
Jewish Youth Council and Temple Sinai USY Soviet
Jewrj Program k p.m. Temple Sinai
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER G
Young Leaders Council of Jewish Welfare Federation
Discussion Meeting X pm. Home of Dr. Barry Portnoy
Fairways Group Hadassah Mini-Lunch 12:30 p.m.
Home Federal Bide. Hallandale Blvd.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7
Miramar Chapter of Pioneer Women Chanukah Party
and Meeting 13:30 p.m. Miramar Recreation Center
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Rabbi Harry E. Schwartx, Cantor
Jacob Danziger
MIRAMAR
TEMPLE ISRAEL (Conservative)
6920 S.W. 35th St., Rabbi Avrom
Dnazin, Cantor Abraham Koater.
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH EL (Reform) 1351 S.
14th Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
BETH SHALOM (Temple) Conterva-
tive1725 Monroe Street. After Nov.
1 4*01 Arthur Street Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky, Cantor Irving Gold.
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Salomon Benerroch.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 5001
Thomaa Street, Hollywood. Rabbi
Robert Fraiin.
TEMPLE SINAI (Conaervatlve) 1201
Johnson Street. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun.
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SINAI (Tempi*) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
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Bar Mitzvah
MORRIS" RICH
Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Rich, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning. Nov.
25 at 9 a.m. at Temple Israel of
Miramar,
ft ft ft
STEVEN NKCKMAX
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Neckman, will become Bar
Mitzvah at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov.
25. during Temple Solel service*
at Emerald Hills Country Club.
RRY.NA XAID
Reyna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Naid. will celebrate her
Bat Mitzvah Friday evening. Nov.
24, at Temple Beth Shalom.
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MICHAEL CIIISNF.R
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Chisner. will be Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning, Nov. 25, at
Temple Beth Shalom.
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LESLIE SNYOER
Leslie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David Snyder, will celebrate her
Bat Mitzvah Friday evening, Dec.
1. at Temple Beth Shalom.
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MAROY MOBOAM
Marcy. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Michael Morgan, will be Bat Mitz-
vah Saturday. Nov. 25. at Temple
Beth El.
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STKVKN I.IIM'MAN
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs
Frederick Lippman. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Dec. 2, at Temple Beth El.
DANIEL ROSENTHAL
Daniel, son of Dr. and Mrs. Al-
fred Rosenthal. will celebrate Ma
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Nov. 25 at Temple Sinai.
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MARK LEVIN
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton Levin, celebrated his Bar Mitz-
vah Saturdav, Nov. 18, at Temple
Beth Shalom.
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KAMI SAMUtl Z. JAFFf
OSCAR A SCNMMUR
Jaffe, Schmerler Teach At
Broward Community College
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El, Holly-
wood, will teach a three-credit
course in Jewish History and Cul-
ture in Term II of the school year
at Broward Community College.
The class will meet Tuesday eve-
nings at the Hollywood Center of
the college, 3601 Johnson St.
Dr. Jaffe"* course will involve a
systematic survey of the develop-
ment of Jewish history anil cul-
ture from Biblical times to the
present. Students of all ages are
welcome and those not interested
in taking it for credit may take
it on a audit basis. Course number
is History 206.
In addition. Oscar A. Schmerler
will be giving several different
courses in religion at the Main
Center of the college. The course*
are Religion 122, entitled "Wisdom
Books of the Old Testament;"
Religion 121, a course on the OH
Testament; Religion 223, a course
in Biblical Hebrew and Religion
240 a course in World Religions
Each of these courses is for th: e
credit hours.
Further informatioon on these
courses may be obtained by call-
ing the Admissions Office at Brow-
ard Community College. Centra
Campus, or the Hollywood Center
of the college. Registration hai
already begun and will continue
through Dec. 19. The courses w'J
legin with the opening of the new
semester on Jan. 8.
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idcry. November 24, 1972
VJeWlstflcrkfiair Shofar of Hollywood
Fag 11-A
New Slate To Be Presented
At JWF's Annual Meeting
In^rdance with the Artie,* of in,,|)m,Iil)n, the .Wish We>-
..ii mnuimi of Greater Hollywood will hold its annual mcetin*
L. /Tr^- f omwT* 'HI be pr..eYitto~1rs-f)en Suiter
hairfean of the Nombiallng Committee of fee 01 -onizatioT
A..;.onr. who has made a minimum donation of $25 to federation'!
!3K tZKS rnlW "* ""-"i and is .
...1.1. to at end. Nominations to lha board of trustees other than
hoM made byjttaa nominating committee may be made only in
S**!J by a' lei,s' "'"""h-.s of the corporation and
11,(1 h th" Mwty ot the corporation at least five .lay. before
he annual meeting.
I Skiing on the nominating commit tee with Mr. Salter are Dr
JKonten Atkin. Robert Bner. Robert Gordon. Dr. Sheldon Widens and
ess ru>. nations for the meeting may be mad.- by caning the Federa-
lon office.
\OMl\.\TFll FOR l7.1 OKI'ICKKS OF T1IE
IWISII UH.|m;k | ki>ki: \TIO\
'""Went ...............................Norman Atkin. M.D.
ice President ...........................Herbert D. Kat/
ice President ...........................Ross P. Beckerman
'- P: "Went ...........................Philip Weinstein. Jr.. M.D.
'' p- si,lcl> ...........................Abraham J. Salter
ice President ...........................Gerald Siegel
nearer ...............................Robert Baer
I. Treasurer..........................jOPl Rottman
fi!')' ...............................Sheldon Widens. D.P.M.
-i Secretary ..........................Seymour Mann
In follow ins |-npi<- MM nominated to nerve u one year term as a
i-niher of the Roard of Trustee* ot the Jewish Welfare Federation:
Maxwell House Coffee
A Chanukah Tradition
Certain things are today con-
sidercd "traditional" in Jewish
homes. One of these is Maxwell
House Coffee. Because Maxwell
Houses -good to the last drop"
flavor never varies. Like an old,
trusted friend, it's always nice to
%vc Maxwell House clpse by. And
what better time to show your
Chanukah guests yon care than
right now, as we approach this
iesti\e holidn-?
It's good to know that Jewish
home!Ratten can .-.till enjoy a time-
proven favorite like Muxwell House
Coffee. Available in both instant
and regular. Maxwell House is the
traditional wav to crown all your
meals this and every month.
Young Circle Bands be 11
Observing 21st Anniversary
The 21st Anniversary of Young
Circle Bandshell will be observed
with a special program on Satur-
day. Dec. 2. at 8 p.m. The band-
shell was dedicated on Dee. 2. 1951.
by Mayor L. C. Boggs.
Ken Spry, architect of the band-
shell and memorial will be hon-
ored; the South Browanl High
School Chorus will present Han-
del's "Messiah."
Si.: ion L. Aliram
11\ nan I Abrnms
Anton
i id Aranow
man Atkin. M.D.
vin H. Baer
ert Baer
> P. Bcrkerman
:ili\ M. Beckerman
:tl I Herman. M.D.
k Borman
Bloom
ran* I M. Briefer
m P. Caster, M.D.
mis L. Colin
: nan Corn
\lnu Cowan
Carolyn i>a\is
\ rjurbtn
-o D. Fine
il'iin Fornian
hartei Frii-dmnn, D.M.D.
award J-'ucrst. M.D.
i-.ph J. Galx-1
ii Gordon
I B. Gordon
it W. Gordon
kilns Green
>r. d Harris
Hcrberl Helden
mile Herbert
rVl: an D. Horvitz
il R, JobUne, D.D.S.
Iprberl D. Kit/
lh i- Kellerl. M.D.
tai ley Kesse). D.D.S.
Sheldon
XO.M1XKKS FOR DON
M. Roscnthal
Sbhl Avrom L. Drazin
a'liii Robert Vracin
David Kins
Dr. Gustave Klinkenstein
Paul Koenig
Morris KrUtal
Jack I. Levy
A. L. Mailman
Seymour Mann
Jesse J Martin
Samuel M. Meline. D.M.D.
Maurie afeyers
James Fox Miller
Bernard Milloff. M.D.
Jacob Mogilowitz
Mrs. licit Nevins
Saul I. Nit/hem
Hairy M. Penncsly. M.D.
Stan J. Perry
Mrs. Robert Pitted
David Posnaek
Nathan I'ritchcr
Harry Rosen
Joel Rottman
Abraham J. Salter
Ben Salter
Erward J. Salt/man. M.D.
H. G. Schlafer
Jiu k Shapiro
Joseph N. Sluirc
Gerald Siegel
Mrs. Gerald Siegel
II. .1. Siegel
Ben D. Silver
Max Sloan.'
Harry Stadlcr
Ben Tobin
Philip Weinstein, Jr.. M.D.
WlUens, D.P.M.
OR\RY ROAItl) OF TRISTEKS
Rabbi Samuel '/.. Jaffe
Rabbi Morion Malavsky
Rabbi David Shapiro
Scene Around
Continued From Page 8-A
'hen mosl of them wound up parking far I'ro.n the parly site
cause ol the crush "i traffic.....
Norman's medical confreres turned out, Including Dr. Tom
Kodenberfl and Joan, the Dr. Robert Stones, and Carolyn and
Milton Caster and Seymour and Simone Dunn. Dick Solomon,
''splendent in a red and blue plaid Jacket, discussed golf what
Vl' with Ml golfing foursome, Sidney Levllte, Ben Salter and
1 "'I Brinn while wife Loll Solomon gabbed wilh v\ if" Ritchie
l-oi inc.
Also niei some of my traveling companion* there like
M'i'.da and Herman Corn, with whom 1 had spent time in London
[last sear, anil the Irv Pick.-is. with whom I had toured the Orient
I- m ral years hack Il was a fun evening anil I'm glad the
|Wrubeli Included me' ........
BITS AND IMKCKS Herb Helden is getting help these
I'1 <\.s from his son. Steve, who i> back in Hollywood after finishing
I1"- studies and graduating In optometry. Charlotte IngaHs,
|who Was chairman of the annual Marli Gros for the benefit of the
jRroward Cbda Ballet, reports that the swiag was a all success.
I'-iura Yaguda ami Mrs, Lee Jaffee helped as cochalrmen with
pickets ami reservations........Temple Beth AhnYi Ctan-
Ktkafa Patt) will be held al the Temple Satui\ln> evening, Dec -'.
Hollywoodians Serving On
Comniittee For AJC Conclave
A large group of Hollywood peo- ; Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Israels Am-
ple will -ei ve on the Hospitality I bassador to the United States for
the pest four years, will be the
ma ior speakerwrithe >n?aniza<
lions annual dinner Saturday
night. Dec. 2. The dinner will be a
farewell tribute to the Ambassa-
dor, who was Commander of the
Israeli Army during the Six-Day
War, and served as Chief of Staff
of the Israeli Defense Forces. Am-
bassador Rabin is scheduled to re-
tire from his [>ost in Israel's Wash-
ington, D.C., i-..n!ia--> early next
year.
and Hosts Committee when tin
American Jewish Committee con-
venes Dec. 1-3 a| the Diplomat
Hotel in Hollywood.
As one part of their responsibili-
ties, each member of the commit-
tee will invite a group of the na-
tional delegates into their homes
for dinner Friday night. Dec 1.
Hollywoodites included on the
Committee are Judge and Mrs.
Morton Abram, Dr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Atkin, Mr. and Mrs. George
Bursak, Mr. ami Mrs. Lewis E.
Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Fine.
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Fleeman. i
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Forman,,
Maurice Gllnert, Mr. and Mrs. :
Jules B. Gordon. Rabbi and Mrs. j
Samuel Z. Jaffe. Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Kleiman. Mr. and Mrs. Sey- j
mow Mann, Dr. and Mrs. Bernard
Milloff. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. i
linden berg, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Luncheon Nov. 30 Marking
Start Of Chanukah Holiday
Mrs. P.dward Sherman, president
I of the Hallandale Chapter of
. I'.'nai B'rith Women, has an-
I nounced that its next meeting will
I* held Thursday. Nov. 30. at 1
! p.m. in the Home Federal Bank
! Building. 2100 Hallandale Beach
Weinstein. Blv(l
Judc.e Abram will welcome the This be a luncheon meeting
national delegates during the open- ing iMogram. Jesse J. Martin.' Chanukah and the program will
president of Greater Hollywood's I ** all about the holiday, according
Jewish Welfare Federation, and program chairman Mrs. George
Rol)ert N. Kerbel. executive di- Dinney and her cochairman, Mrs.
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eJTewiislh Floridian
lywood. Florida Friday, November 24, 1972
Section 6
Jewish Floridian Will Receive
.ward At AJCongress Bruncheon
ore than 400 persons are ex-
|t<>d to attend a community-
bruncheon which wil high-
It the observance of "American
Vish Congress Month" here
brsday, Nov. 30, Mrs. Murray
^per, president of the Florida
men's Division, has announced,
he 11:30 a.m. bruncheon will
I held at the Algiers Hotel,
Imi Beach; Mrs. Esther Smith,
tional Women's Division pro-
n vice president, will be the
1st speaker.
prs. Irving B. Kaplan, national
president, American Jewish
Jgxess, announced that the an-
American Jewish Congress
kaumtty Service Award for
i munication Media will be pre-
ed to The Jewish Floridian in
i' ;nition of Its excellent cul-
kl, community and public al-
ls program. Accepting this com-
pity service plaque for the Jew-
Floridian will be Fred K.
chet, Editor and Publisher.
hair-man for the bruncheon
be Mrs. Muriel Meyerson and
Fay Danzig; they will preside
png the afternoon program.
*>Jew Priorities for the 1970s"
^he theme for the November
Vrican Jewish Congress Month.
|is observance will coincide
a massive drive for member-
l," declared Mrs. Tepper. Flor-
1 Women's Division president.
|Ve seek new members who
our commitment to the
lervation of the democratic
of life and to the survival of
aism." she added. "The health
| democracy depends on how
ry citizen meets his responsi-
ties to his neighbor and to
nation in bringing about
[ceful change to meet changing
litions.
"We will continue to focus pub-
lic attention on anti-Semitism in
the Soviet Union, calling upon the
Soviet Government to restore
facilities essential to preserving
Jewish cultural and religious life
in the U.S.S.R. and to permit those
who wish to emigrate to do so,"
Mrs. Tepper continued. "During
this year we prepared material to
create a deeper understanding of
the role of Israel as a bulwark
of democracy in the Middle East
and of the reasons behind Arab
hostility and their exploitation of
Arab refugees for political pur-
poses.
"We joined in peaceful demon-
strations aimed at ending the war
in Vietnam and reordering our
nation's priorities," the AJ Con-
gress leader reported. "We will go
on with our work of strengthening
church-state separation and on be-
half of women's rights. We will
try to solve city problems affect-
ing intergroup relations. Whites
and blacks must live in peace, side
by side on the job and in the vari-
ous neighborhoods.
"The American Jewish Congress
calls upon all men of good will
to join hands in working toward
peace through responsible citizen-
ship," she declared. The Commit-
tee for the bruncheon includes:
Mrs. Muriel Meyerson, life mem-
bership chairman; Mrs. Fay Dan-
zig, Women's Division Member-
ship; Golda Meir Chapter presi-
dent Mrs. Bernice Wasserman
and membership chairman, Mrs.
May Pisik; Holly Dale Chapter
president Mrs. Jeanne Spevack;
membership chairman Mrs. Frieda
Berezin, Mrs. Fred Hirsh and Mrs.
Marion Rubin; Jade Winds Chap-
972's Jewish Voting
'attern Was 'Liberal'
NEW YORK (WNS) De-
bite President Nixon's sweeping
fctory including almost trip*
fcg the Jewish vote since 1968
n. George McGovern never-
less retained 61% of the
.-.vish vote nationally, accord-
_! to Washington observers.
Available returns showed that
le heaviest volume of Jewish
>tes for Nixon were registered
\r. areas beset by racial tensions
i) in areas of Michigan where
i :sing has been a major issue
ar.d in the Canarsie district of
->w York.
In some parts of New York
City, Nixon's stronger showing
*:nong Jewish voters was at-
-ibated to the heavy support
received In Orthodox and
rtmsldic neighborhoods. But the
|l- wish vote for McGovern was
ligher than that of any other
hite ethnic group.
Both parties had made in-
tensive efforts to win over Jews
an such issues as Israel and
Soviet Jewry. Some evidence
that this played an important
"ole was in Ohio where Rep.
Charles Vunik, a non-Jewish
smocrat, won a 10th two-year
Congressional term with 92% of
te Jewish vote. Rep. Vanik in-
troduced an amendment to the
East-West Trade Act opposing
lost favored nation status and
>ther trade concessions to the
aviet Union until Moscow
[cancels its head tax. McGovern
|also won 52-54% of Ohio's Jew-
sh vote.
la wiaaiag New Trk City by
81,920 votes of the 2,600,408
cast. Sen. McGovern surpassed
President Nixon In 11 of 20
Assembly districts that have
heavy Jewish populations.
Jewish circles attributed in
large measure Nixon's improved
showing among Jews to a feeling
that he has "delivered" on his
pledges of support for Israel
while McGovern was an un-
known quantity despite his
many pro-Israel statements.
In Los Angeles, where Jewish
voting patterns are considered
fairly representative of the
Jewish votes in the country as
a whole, the high percentages
of votes which have gone to
Democratic presidential candi-
dates since 1960, Indicated the
extent of Jewish loyalty to the
party of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
That loyalty though visibly di-
minished, remained Intact.
The voting results did not in-
dicate, according to some ob-
servers, that there would be any
practical change in congres-
sional attitudes toward Israel or
Soviet Jewry. Nevertheless,
some changes were expected in
both houses due to the defeat of
several prominent Jewish candi-
dates and the election of others
Jews and non-Jews whose
views on issues of Jewish con-
cern had not yet been tested.
In Jerusalem, there was a
feeling that Nixon's re-election
augured well for continued good
relations between the United
States and Israel.
ter president Mrs. Henrietta
Weiss; membership chairman Mrs.
Phyllis Berday and Mrs. Connie
Wolinsky; Justine Chapter presi-
dent Mrs. Sadie Cahn; membership
chairman Mrs. Rose Segelin, and
Mrs. Ethel Spero.
Also the Louise Wise Chapter
presidium, Mrs. Binah Barnett and
Mrs. Ruth Alburquerque, and
membership chairman Mrs. Ger-
trude Sosna; Mar-Len Chapter
president and membership chair-
man Mrs. Bertie Lewis; Miami
Chapter presidium Mrs. Ruth
Quartin and Mrs. Belle Kamen.
and membership chairman Mrs.
Muriel Rubenstein; Point East
president Mrs. Roma Fineberg,
and membership chairman Mrs.
Charlotte Wheeler; Skylake Chap-
ter president Mrs. Rose Handros,
and membership chairman Mrs.
Minnie Eaton.
A historic five-year development plan for Tel Aviv Univer-
sity, calling for the establishment of schools of architecture,
urban planning and education, was announced at a re-
cent meeting of the University's Board of Governors. Shown
at the meeting are (left to right): Dr. George S. Wise, Chan-
cellor of the University; Victor M. Carter, chairman of the
University's Board of Governors and president of the Amer-
ican Friends of Tel Aviv University, and Prof. Yuval
Ne'eman, president of the University.


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Appetizing Catering
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!
9 A.M. 'til Midnight
Fridays til 1 A.M.
Saturdays 'til 2 A.M.
961-4070
Post Haste Shopping Center
Sheridan St. at 46th Ave.
Hollywood
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604 S FEDERAL HWY
DANIA
Personalized Party Favors
Monogrumming Instruction
Containers for flower
arranging
Prints for Decouple
925-0202
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Friday, November 24, 1972
*"Jeniiti fkiriidHann and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 3-B
Tinsmith Gives A Glow To Israel's 25th Year
A Happy Chanukah To All .
an imiKiriant chapter in I
history li being writ ten with the
help ol !i Tel Aviv tinsmith.
As Israel celebrates Its 25th an-
niversary, hand-wrougM torchea
syirrbollslng the country's ir*lo-
uendence are ix-intr flown in>m
Israel to 100 cities in the United
States, Including .\iinaiw- feu-h
torch la the work .>f master
smithy Avraham Danieli,
Torch-making is n small perl of
Mr, DnnMfi work. However, the
Israel Ministry of Tourism, which
requested the specie] anniversary
items, is not his first torch cus-
tomer.
Mr. Danlell has been making
torches for the past two decades.
Some Of the 20 torches he pro-
duces annually are used m Chanu-
kah festivities Each year during
the pighl day celebration the Mac-
cabec Huh carries torches from
the Maccabees' birthplace in
Modi'lm to the President'! home In
Jerusalem. Others highlight the
Hapoel '-.'anie.s and Army celebra-
tions,
Tin Torches which iil dramatize the Israeli
anniversary celebration* in Amer-
ican cities are made of burnished
copper with a polished wooden
handle. The 25th anniversary sym-
bol a menorah, stylized "25"
numerals, and the word 'Israel"
written in Hebrew character!
Happy Holiday To All
from .
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL TURNER
OF
VILLAGE
INTERIORS
2152 Tyler St., Hollywood
Custom Upholstering
FREE ESTIMATES
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APR&P0 COlfFURF.S
Styling Coloring Manicure
Body Wave Pedicure Wigs
Facials
NEW DIPLOMAT MAIL
1706 E. BEACH BLVD.
HALLANDALE, FLA. 33009
Phone: 925-3858 or 920-2326
A Happy Chanukah To All
SAMPLE
ALLEY
The Schwartz Family
Sportswear and Dresses
126 N.E. 1st Avenue
Hallandele, Florida
Phone 920-7888
Values Galorel
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COIFFURES
"HOLLYWOOD"
43*1 Hallyw.oS- Blvd.
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4545 SlurMaa Street
PMNM 9*1-2255
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"POP'S PIZZA"
4415 Hollywood Blvd.
Phone M7-2SM
decoMte the capper orewn.
Mr. Danieli takes pedal pride
In his torches rlnoe they signify
gd will among Israelis and 'be-
tween nations. Mostly, however,
his tiMmith craft is applied to
products for educational and com-
mercial lisp.
Avraimm Danieli* "urir1")'
la a one-man shop started by his
rather 45 years Bjgo. Despite the
number of large manufacturers en-
gaged in metalwork production,
Mr. Danieli believes that small
tinsmith chops will continue to
I loin ish.
"Small shops produce more di-
verse Items than large concerns."
he said, ajiri. el course, we make
a vi i > nice torch."
CARBURETOR &
IGNITION SERVICE
DYNO
TESTING SERVICE
MOBIL e
sir vice
929-1243
10Jt N 20 AVt Houvnooo
6 fl D WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA
Piiblix Super Markets
"Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
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THE GARDEN CENTER WITH THE GROW-HOW
HALLANDALE GARDENS
806 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY, HALLANDALE
PHONE 923-2070
Open Sundays 9-5 We Deliver
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HOLLYWOOD, INC. REALTORS
DEVELOPERS OF
HOLLYWOOD HILLS AND EMERALD HILLS
OFFERS A COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE
tit 1930
HOLLYWOOD
981-1000
S0I SMtRIDAN
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625-2550
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PfT/TE BtAUTY SALON
Creative Hair Styling
615 E. Beach Blvd., Hallandale 922-3439
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POST HASTE PHARMACY
4401 Sheridan Street 989-6524
HIILW00D CHEMISTS
100 N. 46 Avenue 987-8000
PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS GIFTS
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BREINER BROS. SERVICE STATION
400 NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, HALLANDALE
PHONE 922-2324
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DON PETERS
NEW DIPLOMAT MALL, HALLANDALE BEACH BLVD.
HALLANDALE Telephone 925-6378
THE ULTIMATE IN MEN'S FASHIONS
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V.W. Specialists
101 N.E. 1st Street, Dania y; 922-0573
W&&)lh
Southeral Photo. Service
MR. and .MIS. MARTIN SAND
m

Fcge 4-B
* Jenist fkrkh&r Of Nerth Browerd
Friday. November 24
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
MANOR KOSHER FOOD CENTER
4620 HOLLYWOOD 11VD.
Next to Winn Drxie)

vMm f Orthod ti
Vood H askaihruth of
Ftorido.
KAMI SHtlDON
ivt* DMfCrOft.
Telephone 966-4155
WUj
CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
FROM
Southeast Bank of Miramar
and the
Southeast Bank of Hollywood Hi
(Member FDIC)
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YI SITING HOME MAKER
SERVICE OP
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1101 E. MO WARD ILVD., FT. LAUD EX DALE
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BURIAL SHIPPING
NORBERT S. MARCELLE, JR.
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DIAL 920-1068
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RUTH'S LITTLE SHOT
Chinese Dolls Fur Dogs Leather Goods
Taiwan Mexico Imoprt Gift Hems
27-E North Federal Hwy Dania, Florida 920-9913
ADL HUSSION REPORTS
South American Jews
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MR. and MRS. ALLAN L. DAVIS
OF HOLLYWOOD HEARING AID SERVICE
2124 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
920-8338 949-8042
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1201 North Stale Road 7, HoHywood
Sprinkler and Fence Supplies Pump and Motor
Phone W1-7424
Adapt To Revolutii
By Special Report
NEW YORK Fifty-three leaders of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. re-
cently returned from South America, repon
that Jewish communities there are making
major efforts to adapt to revolut.onary
changes sweeping the continent which have
serious implications for Jews, individually and
communally.
The delegation, which included community
leaders from all sections of the United States,
spent 15 days in Brazil, Argentina, Ch:le and
Peru meeting with top officials of the various
governments. President Salvador Allende of
Chile, American Ambassadors and embassy
officials, Israeli diplomats and leaders of B'nai
B'raith and other Jewish communal organiza-
tions were visited.
Sponsored as an assembly in South America
by the Society of Fellows, an ADL leadership
organization, the group was led by John L
Goidwater, assistant secretary of the League
and chairman of its Latin American Affairs
Committee; Dr. Norman M. Wall of Potts-
town, Pa., a vice chairman of the Society;
Arnold Forster, ADL general co-msel. e
Rabbi Morton M. Pxeenthal. director, AC
Latin Affairs Department.
President Allende welcomed the delegate
and denounced racial and religious aacnmia
tion, violence and terrorism.
Kxpressing his abhorrence at th.- massaa
of Israels Olympic athletes in Munich,
ident Allende recalled Chile's 1WT vote
the United Nations to create the Jewish su
and reaffirmed his country's traditiu
friendship with Israel.
Dr. Wall noted that President Allen
gratefully responded to the presentation
a Spanish language edition of "The Hisionl
of the Jews" by Cecil Roth with the sienifj
cant comment that "In Chile, th.re is nj
Jewish colony. There are only Jew with tan
same freedoms as all others."
Dr. Wall said, however, that this statemmj
contrasts with the point of view of muni
South Americans throughout the oontinwl
who do think of their fellow Jewish citizeaj|
as foreign colonists.
He went on to say that the sessions witH
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WOMEN'S and MEN'S
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1909 Harrison Street
Hollywood
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Hollywood
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Friday, November 24, 1972
*Jen is* fkridfan Of North Browerd
Page 5-B
President Allende and the officials of other
governments as well as the Jewish community
and B'nai B'rith leaders enabled the members
of the delegation to understand better the
variations of the Jewish experience in the
Oifferent countries visited and laid the foun-
dations for an expansion of intercontinental
means of communications, consultation and
cooperation.
Mr. Goldwater indicated that widespread
Arab propaganda activity and terrorism is of
paramount concern to Latin American Jews
because both are designed not only to reduce
Latin America diplomatic support for Israel,
but also to undermine the status and security
of Jews in the respective countries.
He noted that particularly in Argentina,
where the Arab population outnumbers the
Jewish by 100,000 people, the Arab League
has infiltrated the extreme political left and
right, employed anti-Semitism masked as
anti-Zionism, and mounted a cleverly con-
trived campaign to persuade the Argentine
public that Jews plan to establish a second
Jewish state in the country's Southern ex-
tremity.
According to Mr. Goldwater, the tension
about Jewish security was brought poignantly
home to the Assembly participants because of
the stringent security controls which the
group had to maintain throughout the journey.
Mr. Forster said that while taking adequate
precautions against the menace of violence
and abduction, the South American Jewish
comunities have been stressing counteraction
and positive programs to promote intergrouft
understanding modeled on ADL experience in
the United States.
He pointed out that Jewish human rela-
tions efforts are directed from Human Rights
Offices in Brazil, Argentina and Peru which
work closely with ADL and that the League
pledged cooperation with Chilean Jews who
are setting up a similar office in Santiago.
Mr. Forster added that the Assembly par-
ticipants were assured in private conversa-
tions and public addresses that the cooperation
now existing between ADL and South Amer-
ican Jewish organizations has had practical
benefits.
Rabbi Rosenthal, who has been making
periodic visits to South America, said that
despite great obstacles of attitude and tra-
ditions, some progress has been made in
strengthening interfaith understanding but
that these efforts have to be expanded.
He said that the most effective work in
this area has been achieved by the Sisters of
Sion, a Catholic order which maintains a
center in Buenos Aires for Catholic-Jewish
reconciliation.
Holiday Greetings For
The Jewish Community
from
Shields & Company
ML.MBERS PKINCITAI, SKCUIUTIKS EXCHANGES
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2031 Tyler Street
Hollywood
Telephone 927-3101
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3515 South Ocean Drive
Hollywood
In The Diplomat Hotel
Phone ft 9234111
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CHEZ PHYDEAUX
PET GROOMING
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122 S. Federal Highway
Hallandale
Call 920 6700
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REALTY. INC.
COL. FRANK D. MOORE, President
NORMAN PLATT, General Manager
Realtor Multiple listing Service
2455 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Ma.
929-1902 Main Office
2515 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Fla
927-1616 Branch Office
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630 N. Federal Hwy
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THE HEALTH SPA
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INSURANCE AGENCY
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FOR SENIOR DRIVERS
2640 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida 33020
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3601 Johnson Street
966-2020
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3501 Davie Road
581-8700
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Caterers "HELLO DELI" Restaurant
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Friday. November 24. 1971
AWAY fHOM JEWISH II fE
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For Nixon Alienated \outh
B> leatrtal ilrirt
Jews
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One of the Sovfh's forfeit
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iimct 1960.
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Hollywood
Adfocent to Breeding Druft
To All
P I I E i: S
LOCKSMITH
PETER P ZUBE, SR.
Proprietor
Diplomat Mall
Shopping Canter
HalUndale. Fla. 33009
Phone 927-0050
A H'jppy ChanuKoh To All
fr.m
SALLY'S
ALTERATIONS
ALTERATIONS FOR
MEN and WOMEN
Phone 922-6900
1818 N. 20th Ave Hwd.
SALLY GREENE. Ownar
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Hollywood
961-1718
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'i< nrl to President
Israel joKcies. but -ner
on> such as "a ruing coaserva-
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cIsim on economic issues
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school busing-**
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Friday, November 24. 1972
Hillel Sending Yad Vashem Holocaust
Exlibit To 15 American Universities
VJknisIh Nipridliatf and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 7-B
WASHINGTON, UTAi A,
ii;ii ior.n program to oommemon
the 30th anniversary of Jewish
resistance t<> Nazism \v.\< bam
stai ted bj the B'nai is'ritii Hillel
Foundations al 19 campua a
Thej are being visited by a spe-
cial mobile exhibition, "Th<> Hbfo-I
causl and Resistance," a display of
captured Nazi photos ol Jewish
Hi. in ihr> ghettos, the death camps,
the crematoria and some of the
six million Jewish victims
the Holocaust to he "more vital,
mow at 'ent. than men the State
r Israel.'
Hillol officials said each or the
school- ha.s a ran |ed a special pio-
BfSjm loi the cxhilnl The schools
:o, the L972-73 school year
are Piinc t m, Rutgers. American
University, Smith College, Indium
University, TV Mple, Wn-hin ton
Brooklyn College and the unlver-
i'i ol Michigan, Toronto, Mis
souri, Miami, North Carolina,
Rochcstei and Pennsylvania.
Rabbi Frazin Is Speaker
Hahhi Robert Fia/.in, speaker
i.t a recent meeting of the Beach
Group of Hadassah, discussed To-
day's Youth and the Future of
Judaism." Ethel Schwartz was
program chairman for the meeting.
Uahhi Fl a/iu is the soil 'nil
leader ol Temple Sole! in Holly-
wood,
Coordinator lor the program is
Rabbi Samuel '/ Rahman, direc-
tor of the program and resources
department of Hillel.
The i Khibit W81 prepared by Yad
Vashem. the Israeli Remembrance
Authority in Jerusalem, ut the re-
quest oi tin' American Federation
of Jewish Fighters, ("amp Inmates
and Nazi Victims Eli Zborowski, I
Icderat:.,ii president, said the ..oals _..-
(.r the educational initiative" Patricia Gayle Entertains
eluded "heightening the awareness '
oi the Holocaust among Jewish:
and non-Jewish" students and
stimulating more extensive studies
on the event.
The p (iji-ct was started with
ceremonii s at B'nai B'rith heart-
quarters where author Eilc Wiesel
declared thai young people were
i d" Ith a need to under-
stand the Holocaust. He said that
on so'. ol the college camp >-' be
has vi-n -d. he found the i ni of
Patricia Gayle will be the guest
(ntertainer at a special paid-up
membership meeting ol the Tem-
ple Beth Shalom Sisterhood Mon-
day. Dec. 1. at S p.m. Miss (ia\ le.
who has performed all over the
United states and Europe as well
ps making a special appearance
loi the President of the United
Slates at the While House, w II
entertain with songs while accom-
panying herself on the accordion
and the violin.
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Friday, November 24, 1371
Sisterhood Holding Art Auction
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Shalom will hold its f<*irth annual
International Arts Festival Exhi-
bition and Auction at the Temple
Friday, Dec. 1, from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 2. from
7 9 pan. The bidding will begin
at 9 p.m. Saturday.
The Art Auction will be pre-
sented by the William Haber Art
Collection of New York and con-
ducted by Craig I-amb. auctioneer.
There will be an exciting and
comprehensive exhibition of orig-
inal, signed, and numbered works.
Graphics 1 lithographs, etchings,
engravings 1, oils, watercolors. and
drawings by Buffet. Chagall. Coc-
teau. Dali, Gat. Jansen, Marini,
Miro, Modkowitz, Picasso, Rayo,
Rembrandt, Renoir. Ret. Silva,
Torm. Vasarely and others will
l>e shown.
A "Patron of the Arts Cocktail
and Buffet" will be held at 7 p.m.
prior to the auction. It will be
catered by Uncle Louie. The Wil-
liam Haber Art Collection is con-
tributing a Miro original water-
color.
Committee chairmen in charge
pre Mrs. Sanford Roberts, auction;
Mrs. Eli Stein, invitation; Mrs.
Philip Linger, prize; Mrs. Fred
Biumenthal. patron; Mrs. Milton
Brier, publicity; Mrs. Bernard
Koplin. art work; Mrs. Henry
Jacobsen. hostess; Mrs. Norman
Bluth. poster; Mrs. Jerome Siegel. I
decoration; Mrs. Albert Robert, j
vice president, and Mrs. Jerome .
Friedman, pianist.
ft ft ft
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MM 923-2441
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hone 966-9300 or 947-3332 Toll Free
Stanley S. Kurort ^SLSST *"? *
and Naomi R. Kurash Ouettfied As**,,*
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Shown here is a picture being offered at the Art Auction of
Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood. Entitled "Two Boys in the
Market Place," it is by Moshe Gat.
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