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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Fred Shochet
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Hollywood, Fla

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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 Floridi&n
and S1IOFAR OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
rolunie 4 Number 8
Hollywood, Florida Friday, April 12, 1974
Two Sections Price Si .00
MINGS GOLAN DISENGAGEMENT MAP TO KISSINGER PAGE 17-B
Dayan in Meeting With Sehlesinger
I WASHINGTON (JTA)
llsraeli Defense Minister Moshe
iDayan and Secretary of Defense
Ijames Sehlesinger engaged in a
[discussion at the Pentagon Tues-
Iday presumably on the quality of
Soviet and American weapons of
Icomparable purpose used in the
Yom Kippur War and Israel's re-
quirements to meet possible fu-
ture onslaughts from its Arab
neighbors, particularly from the
air.
Sitting in on the discussion
were Deputy Defense Secretary
William Clements and the head
Dr. Hormen A'kin
It Can Be Done/
At a time when are attempting to assure a Passover of
freedom and joy to many thousands of Jewish refugees, let us
not forget that here in our own community a resurgence of the
Judaica spirit is manifesting itself.
Our young people are becoming increas-
. jngly aware of and involved in their Jewish
identities as exemplified by their enthusias-
tic, participation in creative religious services,
in fund-raising activities, in the Jewish-life
and Hebrew oriented courses offered in the
Judaica program, and in social and cultural
events that are self-generated.
The young leaders, too those men un-
der 40 who tomorrow will be the leaders in
the Jewish community by providing the im-
petus for even more programs designed to
weld our large family ever closer are a
source of great pride to us. On a plateau of
their lives when their careers are most demanding, when their
families are in greatest need of paternal guidance, our young
men have taken precious time to join forces for the betterment
of the entire community.
The Women's Leadership Institute as well has, with original-
ity and imagination, sponsored events and seminars with cultural
and sociological impact which have added to the continuity of
Jewish lite in the South Broward area.
And men and women of Hollywood and Hallandale high-
rises have participated with fervor and zeal in this 1974 UJA/
Jewish Welfare Federation campaign, helping to raise more
philanthropic funds than ever before in the history of such a
drive.
Each of these components unto itself is a demonstration of
the viable Judaic spirit; together they form an invincible life-
force which emerges at this Passover 1974 as a symbol of the
freedom we seek for every Jew who lives in this world.
It can be done!
NORMAN ATKIN, M.D., President,
Jewish Welfare Federation
of Greater Hollywood
Greetings From The '74
Campaign Chairman
It is Passover, a time when we commemorate our freedom,
and even more, a time to be thankful for our accomplishments.
As our 1974 campaign quickly draws to
a finale. I find this a most opportune time to
express my appreciation to the many hundreds
of volunteers who have worked so diligently
since last October in order to insure a success-
ful campaign. We should feel proud not only
of the monetary gains but also the dedicated
involvement from my Cochairmen to Floor
Captains. If I listed names individually, it
would take page upon page.
Those wonderful people have demon-
strated that when Jews are needed to stand
together, they will come out of retirement or
*elin Batr give time normally spent at their business or
profession in order that a job gets done.
There is no way that I can adequately express my appre-
ciation but I want you all to know my feelings run deep.
May this be the beginning of a long, healthy, fruitful new
life for all of us.
MELVLN H. BAER
1974 Campaign Chairman
of Israel's purchasing mission in
New York, Schmeul Dror. The
Israeli Embassy Air Attache Col.
Yeshauau Areket, who is acting
as the embassy's defense attache,
also was present.
DROR'S presence seemed to
indicate that the question of the
costs of U.S. weapons was high
on the agenda.
President Nixon has not yet
determined how much of the $2.2
billion in aid to Israel is to be
given as a gift.
The President can grant up to
$1.5 billion of tbe total sum and
nearly all of the remaining seven
hurdred million is loans.
DAYAN later Tuesday was to
discuss the matters, it was tmder-
stetL-witfa I of the Senate
Aimed Services Committee at the
invitation of its chairman. Sen.
John Stennis (D.. Miss.).
He is not scheduled to have
any additional official or public
meetings before his return to Is-
rael.
Sunday, on NBC-TV "Meet the
Press" program, Dayan said "no"
in response to a direct question
whether he has "accomplished
something" on this five-day trip
to Washington that included two
sessions with Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger.
These were concerned pri-
marily with the projected Israeli
and Syrian negotiations on the
Golan Heights through Kis-
singer's eood offices.
DELIVERING Israel's propos-
als to Kissinger for disengage-
ment on the Golan Heights, Dayan
said, was "the first step" in that
process.
He said that "we expect the
State Department to be a kind of
a mediator between us and the
Syrians" but in the meeting with
Schlesiager, Dayan added, be is
"to discuss relations and arms
jnnpty" bUwetn the United
States and Israel and that "will
be a direct negotiation."
DAYAN ALSO said on the
"Meet the Press" program that
he did not have "many com-
plaints" about the quality of U.S.
weapons, but he did "have some
complaints about not having
some" U.S. arms that be ap-
parently felt Israel needs.
Golda Admits
Takeover Fear
By the Military
NEW CRISIS
NRP Move
To Leave
Coalition?
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
mier Golda Meir's shaky coali-
tion government, arduously put
together only a few weeks ago,
is facing a new crisis the pos-
sible defection of the internally
divided National Religious Party.
NRP ministers who joined the
government in defiance of a pro-
hibition by the Chief Rabbinate
Council, are reported to be wav-
ering in face of severe pressure
from the party's "young guard,"
the religious settlers and tbe
Orthodox rabbinical establish-
ment.
ONE OF THEM, Welfare Min-
ister Michael Hazani, has been
telling friends that he is serious-
ly considering leaving the gov-
ernment uecause the pressure is
becoming too much for him to
bear.
A major lobbying effort is un-
derway to get the 501 members
to reverse the party leadership's
decision to join the Meir govern-
ment.
The NRP was ordered by the
Chief Rabbinate to boycott the
coa!ition as long as tne govern-
ment refuses to amend the Law
of Return in a manner that
would invalidate conversions per-
Continued on Page 15
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
leadership of Israel's two largest
political parties are viewing with
increasing concern the burgeon-
ing of grassroots protest move-
ments, a new phenomenon in Is-
raeli society which poses a seri-
ous threat to the established
leadership.
The opposition Likud sees in
these rising movements confir-
mation of its charges that the
Labor Alignment regime is bank-
rupt and has lost the confidence
of the people.
LEADERS OF the Labor Align-
ment have acknowledged an "ele-
ment of danger" that could top-
ple the political hierarchy which
has governed Israel throughout
its 26 years of existence.
Both Labor and Likud view
the movements as essentially
negative they say what they
are against but not what they are
for, as one political veteran put
it this week. What counter-ac-
tion, if any, will be taken is not
known at this stage.
The Labor Alignment's course
may be to try to defuse the dis-
sidents by catering to the special
interests of their various groups,
such as war veterans.
LIKUD APPARENTLY will
try to woo them on grounds that
it is the only practical vehicle
for change The protestors fall
into two main categories de-
mobilized soldiers and dissatis-
fied civilians, the latter mainly
academicians and professionals
but also including youth groups
and such alienated elements in
society as the Black Panthers.
Last wee a, steps were being
taken for the various groups to
combine in a single movement,
non-partisan in nature, but not
divorced from politics. Members
Continued on Page 13
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER
HAS NEW
TELEPHONE NUMBERS
920-2089 and 920-2108
Passover Greetings
On behalf of the Hollywood Rabbinate and their constitu-
ents. I extend Passover greetings to the Greater Hollywood
Jewish community.
Passover is a festival ot freedom, hope, and faith in the
future. When the Israelites were released from slavery in Egypt
and were confronted with liberty and free living, the transition
was difficult but they quickly acclimated and learned to appre-
ciate the free air and unrestricted expression.
We have a great deal to learn, and so many of us have un-#
fortunately enslaved our lives and thinking in a material fashion
that we find it quite difficult to breathe the free air arid utilize
our liberties to greater advantage.
Passover brings with it a message of hope and it is our hope
that peacefulness will envelop the State of Israel, our country,
and that our Russian brethren will find peace through freedom
soon, and that, hopefully, the morrow will bring with it great
blessings to all of us. f I %('
Our community has grown by leaps and bounds and it is,
therefore, tremendously important that we grow with our think-
ing, our giving, our planning, commensurate with the rest of
our community development.
DR. MORTON MALAVSKY
< < Temple Beth Shalom
, Chairman, Hollywood Rabbis


Page 2-fi
+Jewist nerkHan cmd Shofor of Hollywood
Friday. April 12, 1974
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Jewish Communities Of U.S.
Continue Work Of Freedom
Name Change Announced By
Hillel Community Board
By RAYMOND EPSTEIN
President
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds
In the last 180 daysfrom a
stark Yom Kippur afternoon to
these Passover holidayswe have
travelled far and hard: As mem-
bers of the North American Jew-
ish community, we have witnessed
the most dire testing of the
fabric of our Jewishness.
In that period, hardly one of
us did not feel he had', touched
the core of his Jewish self and
did not find h;mself in a cross-
current of fear and hope, ponder-
ing the "why"' of Jewish history
and the Jewish experience.
For us all, the note of libera-
tion evoked by the H.^srgadah's
familiar theme this season is sure
to have a startling ring. A new
sense of our commitment: our
competence before challenge. For,
in our extraordinary response to
the -h >c1' wve< of the--" dav .
we have found new measure and
meaning in our responsibility.
To note that during this con-
tinuing emergency our commu-
nities have surpassed themselves,
is to register much more than
pride. To do so is rather to take
a reading of our own reflexes
to match in our fashion the brav-
ery with which our brothers and
filters in Israel have stood '.1-1 to
an infamous war and the difficult
aftermath.
To reach beyond ourselves is
perhaDs no more than tr) renew
our faith and our options as
Americans and as Jews. Presum-
ably this is the sense implicit in
our observance of this and every
Passover with its focus on free-
dom. And surely, surpassing our-
selves in matters of service to
fellow Jews at home, overseas
and in Israel is an urgency for
all who read the import of to-
day's events. Our effort in their
behalf is decisiveit has and
does make the difference.
The tide of Soviet Jews in
their thousands seeking to claim
their birthright continues. They
look to us to make possible their
homecoming to Israel and other
lands where they may live as
Jews.
In Israel, a society and people
that has stood up to unparalleled
danger in the past months, that
is still engaged in active defense
and must remain watchful at a')
its borders, relies on usin the
main, to assure the continuity of
vital programs and services to
absorb her many new immigrants
who stream in each week.
The Jewish Welfare Funds of
the United States and Canada
must provide in the face of
mounting coststhe answers to
the wide ranse of needs here at
home: must assure an environ-
ment which accommodates the in-
firm and the aged with dignity;
must amplify those services that
provide for sound and satisfying
Jewish education for the young
and for the growing numbers of
their parents for whom Jewish-
ness has become a continuing
learning experience: must assure
a complex of services that equip
our youth for leadership in our
common fight against social in-
justice, neglect on behalf of the
disadvantaged.
In these six months we have
discovered new reaches to cour-
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age and commitment, to the sav-
ing power of our tradition with
its insistence on social respon-
sibility. And the wisdom of that
responsibility: in helping others,
is each man freed and enabled to
go beyond himself.
As Jews and builders of our
communities, we know our role
in the days aheadunflagging
persistence and suoport. As we
celebrate the Passover holidays,
we can take satisfaction in the
fact that the Jewish communities
of North America continue the
work of freedom. Together, we
can bring liberty and fulfillment
to so many.
JDC Ships
Parcels To
Needy Jews
The Joint Distribution Commit
tee arranged for the shipment of
more than 10,000 matzo packages
to Jews in the Soviet Union for
Passover, it was reported this
week by Edward Ginsberg, JDC
chairman.
In addition, the JDC shipped
575.000 pounds of matzos and
matzo meal and 41.200 bottles of
wine to Jewish communities in
Europe and North Africa, he said
"Passover assistance has al-
ways been an integral part of
JDC's traditional program of a:d
to cultural and religious institu-
tions," Mr. Ginsberg said.
"Our package program to Jews
in the Soviet Union takes on
added urgency this year in the
light of dcvelownents there. The
Passover supplies will not only
help our people in distant lands
observe the Passover holiday in
dignity, they will also remind
them that we are with them in
spirit."
The bulk of the Passover sup-
plies. 442.000 lbs. of matzos and
matzo meal and 40.000 bottles of
sacramental wine, was shipped to
Rumania, Mr. Ginsberg said.
Other countries in Europe which
received Passover supplies were
Portugal. Spain, Yugoslavia, Italy
and Greece.
In North Africa Passover ship
ments went to Tunisia and to
Melilla in Spanish Morocco. In
Morocco and also in Iran. Mr.
Ginsberg continued, special grant*
are issued to the poor to enable
them to purchase matzo supplies
locally. These figures are not
reflected in the special Passover
assistance program of the JDC.
The Dareels and Passover sup-
plies mad' available to Jewish
'-or>irrths in eisht countries
in Euro--- and North Africa by
th Joint Distribution Committee
through a number of organiza-
tion; in the United States and
abroad have incurred exnendi-
tures of more than $300,000 this
year, Mr. Ginsberg said.
Funds for JDC's Passover as-
sistance procram and for its con-
tinuing health and welfare pro-
grams in 25 countries around the
world come mainly from the cam-
paigns of the United Jewish Ap
peal
The Hiilel Community Boa-rf
of the University of Miami. w!,l
henceforward he known as the
Hillel Community Board of South
Florida. Alfred Gjlden. "iairman,
has announced.
The chance- was ne<~e*-ary duo
to the expansion of rlillel'i serv-
ice to the campuses of Florida
International Vniversitv and Mi-
ami Dade ComTunitv Co"l"ge.
North and Sauth. Go'.ri >n said.
The board has already em-
pliyed one ad.1it:onal rabbi for
the University nf Miami campus
and is in th? process of hiring an-
other far the othr c9rnou Rabbi Stanley Binder, currently
the director at Miami, will be-
cr>m? over-all director of all four
campuses.
U is estimated that over 10.000
.1: vi h students will be covered
by the new program when was
madr possible by 'he iddit'oial
grant of monies n-.adr .ivai'abl?
by the Greater Miami le'\i eration.
Samuel Pascoe. president of
the B'nai B'rith Hill -1 Advisory
Board, announced a similar
change of name, and that th?y
too, will service a.l four cam
puses.
"The success of the Hi'.'.el pro-
gram locally is a prime exannl-
of what can be accomplished
when aeeTir1-- wor'< cooperative
ly, in this case B'nai B'rith an
Federation." he said
Plans are underway to invov,
ail Jewish Federations and Bn
B'rith Councils in a -statewld,
committee with the object ve of
serving Jewish college students
throughout the State of Fbrida
This action has b?come nectary
because thousands of Jewish col-
lece youth have no Jewish cul-
tural and religious ba:k:n&l
since many of their school, are
in areas without Jewish
nities.
The recent National Hillel
Commission meetinu in Chic3a
endorsed the principle of trai
kind of program. The meeting i
Chicago was attended by the Un
National Commissioners fr>m thii
local area, Alfred Golden inj
Richard Burton, the
a student at th" University ol
Miami Law School.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman was ap-
pointed as a Nat onal Hillel Com-
missioner by David pi ;
president of International B'nai
B'rith.

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Dr. Michael V. Mansd irf, a
chiropractic uhyaician, who re-
c-ntlv open-d an office at 223 E.
Hallanda'.e Beach Blvd. in Hal-
landale. has also initiated a pro-
gram for postural check-ups of
-r'loi' children.
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Friday. April 12, 1974
* JmisH1crkttar> and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 3-A
Cars To Shoot Or Drown
Singles Plan Seminar, Dance
By RITA GOODMAN
I doubt if anyone other than
myself ever heard of a "Gardner"
automdbUe hut my pateraa!
if.I her drove one.
The name is etched into my
mi. d for some unknown reason.
I distinctly recall Grandpa i !-
ing up in front of our house for
a surprise visit during Chanukan-
time. My mother grabbed tne
(hristmas tree, dragged it
through the house at a madlaus
pitch and heaved the lentii
decor over the back porch railing
Grandpa never did reman;
about the shiny things stuck on
his shoe soles because he d.dn't
know about tinsel.
However, this is not a Chan
ukah story.
It is a history of our family
ears.
Okay, so Grandpa drove a
Gardner which didn't mow grass,
edge a sidewa.k or clip a hedge.
Despite the well-touted image
of Jewish men owning Cadillacs,
mv father drove a Model T Ford.
I mean he drove one at a time
when they were beginning to be
displayed at the Smithsonian In-
stitute.
Teenaze girls are prone to
acute embarrassment but my
father's car completely trauma-
tized my psyche.
Today it's a status symbol to
collect "Model T's" but then ...
then. I remember the day he was
driving my girlfriend and me to
the lake for swimming
Her father was a "salvage en-
gineer" (junk dealer) and drove
a Cadillac.
Mine drove us in a decrepit,
mortifying chugger that chugged
our intestines up into our throats.
When we arrived at our des-
tination, he stopped, then like a
chauffeur, said: "Allow me."
No, he didn't get out to open
thp door.
With a flourish, he reached into
door handle, leaned over us, at-
tached it to the door and pusned
down.
his shirt pocket, pulled out the
door and pushed down.
It '.hen opened.
Ralph Nader would have been
proud.
I wasn't.
After saying, "Thank you. Pop
pa." I slunk to the lake hopin?
no one had witnessed my arrival j
in the family chariot.
My second mortification came
about that night my date drove-
me home in his brand new Ford
"Who left that 'junker' in front
of your house?" he asked.
"I really don't know." I li"d.
When Poppa bought another
caron timehe always parked
it lx blocks from the house or
another street.
When tlicie's a Depression and
the car payment is overdue, you
park your car six blocks from the
house on another strict just in
case the '^wy-up-or-else-man" is
out playing financial boogyman,
i never had mv own car as a
girl and I certainly never wanted
to be seen driving Poppa's.
Several of my girlfriends'
fath-rs had bought them con-
vertibles but mine was into his
own thingchugging and dodging
Actually, I didn't start driving
until after I was married and
had become a mother.
The day I took my test, I hand-
ed the baby to his father, slid
into the front seat, drove the in
i stor around the preset
course and dero it"d his comatose
;bouy Ii.h !; at "G >."
l hy Ifn pa
be said- "You're coins t.>
be menace to th highway," he
prophesied.
Ralph Nader would have been
proud.
Eventuallv, T purchased otw i
the first Mustangs of Detroit's
finest.
I had a Mustang when peo-
ple still considered them horses.
It only took thrc^ week I to be
come strung-up in both neck and
hip traction.
The accident was not my fault.
It was Uie_ stewardess who was
Rl I A GOODMAN
run*i'ng late on her departure
schedule.
ah" drove straight through the
STOP light for which I had so
carefully stopped.
They patched both mine and
the horse's bodies.
It was shortly thereafter I de-
vi loped a bad habit. I would for-
get to say. "Check the oi:." when
I'd say. "Fill it up, please."
The Mustang had to be shot.
It was then I bought the Volks-
wagen.
No ordinary VW. mind you. It
had a bus engine. Porsche parts,
an MG console, a thing called a
"tachometer"' and groovy wood
Trip Planned For
Senior Citizens
Jew.sh Community Centers of
South F'.orid-i, a beneficiary of
Jewish Welfare Federation of
Greater Hollywood, is planning
another trip for Senior Citizens
and will sponsor a oarbeque pic-
nic with entertainment at Birch
State Park, Thursday. April 25,
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Transportation pickup has been
arranged from Temple Israel of
Miramar, Heritage School, Holly-
wood and Temple Beth El.
For further information, phone
the Jewish Community Center of-
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paneling on the doors which later
turned out to be pseudo-mahogany
contact-paper.
1 considered pawning a child
in order to buy the car but a
friendly bank saved me from the
move.
From the day I bought the VW-
w ith the-30 day guarantee from
th-man-who-moved-to the Virgin
Islands the next day with -
my cash, I had trouble.
The kind of trouble that in-'
volves turning over each week's
pay check directly to the garage'
man.
Ralph Nader would be proud.
One day I said to my by-then-
boyfriend, "I believe I will drive
the car straight into the ocean
tonight."
With a flourish, (like my
father) he said. "I'll give you mv
stereo, the radio and $225 cash."
I closed the deal before you
could say, "Splash."'
The car behaved fine for him.
So fine that he sold it to my
son for $500.
(The son who bought it with no
down payment and on time.)
On time meant that four weeks :
later, when the first payment was
due. he happened to split for
England
His note to my boyfriend said.
"Bought a new battery, covered
the floor with plywood so that.
the highway isn't visible anymore
and thanks a lot."
I solved my boyfriend's prob-
lem before he called in Scotland
Yard.
I BORROWED the car.
For an indefinite period of
time.
The indefinite period ended
definitely when the Florida High-
way patrolman suggested. "Driv-
ing without a current safety in-
spection sticker is a no-no."
Sheeshno problem.
I drove to the inspection sta-,
tion
The hydraulic gadget that lifts
the car for a look underneath
merely burst open the wellrusted
floor remains and split the gas
line so that it would no longer
hold liquids.
My friend Harvey paid me a
hundred dollars for 'he VW |
which was damn nice considering
it morally belonged to my boy-
friend.
Now, in 1974, I drive a 1964
Buick.
Ralph Nader would be proud.
The bank will be proud.
Shades of my late father ...
"May his Model-T Soul Rest In
Peace."
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20 rfliJAN 5734

The Passover Holiday
The celebration of Passover begins with the first
Seder on Saturday evening.
Once again, the holiday finds Jews throughout
the world at a critical time in their history.
Passover recounts the ancient Israelite exodus
from Egypt. It is therefore inevitable that a near catas-
trophic occurrence concerning Israel and Egypt, but
bearing the name of another holiday, Yom Kippur, be
an integral part of the celebration of that ancient
exodus this year.
It is clear to us that the Yom Kippur War will
henceforward be a part of Passover as inexorably as
the exodus itself. (See Sec. C. D, E.)
As is increasingly evident, the end of the war did
not spell a let-up in Israel's life-and-death struggle.
Indeed, hardly a Passover has elapsed throughout
the ages that has not brought us a stark reminder
during the Seder service and the recitation of the
Haggadah of a pogrom in one country or another.

History Shows No Difference
The aftermath of the Yom Kippur War shows us
that Passover 5734 is no exception. Reports of per-
secution and of murder in Syria, of Egypt's violation
of the ceasefire along the Suez Canal, of Jordan's
growing determination to "get a piece of the action"
despite her failure to join the Arab attack last October
reveal an ever-widening gyre of threat to the very
survival of Israsl today.
As we partake of the unleavened bread this Pass-
over, we are faced with a global onslaught on many
fronts by the modern counterparts of the ancient
Amalekites.
In this unhappy survey of situation, the Kremlin
:an not be overlooked.
It was the Kremlin that set the spark that led to
he Six-Day War. It was the Kremlin that encouraged
the Egyptians and Syrians to launch the Yom Kippur
attack. FF
It was the Kremlin's Gromyko who recently went
to the Middle East to throw a monkey-wrench into
the peace-making efforts of the U.S.
It is the Kremlin,, it now seems clear, that has no
basic interest in a lasting Arab-Israeli peace, which
would make the Arabs less dependent upon them
:han ever.
This Passover, out of Egypt, Israel is still in
gypt, and the "Ma Nishtana" seems to answer itself:
At least historically, there is no difference between
ihis night and all other nights.

Telling Off the King
The Vice President of the Arabian-American Oil Com-
pany told Sen. Muskie of Maine and a Senate subcom-
mittee the other day that yes, it was correct, that the
higher the price of Arab crude oil goes, the higher U.S. oil
company profits go.
During the past few months, ARAMCO officials have
been brutally candid in their attitude that in their view
Arab wishes come first. America is almost beside the point.
Now comes ARAMCO and its offices in the State of
New York, which consistently refuse to employ Jews in
violation of a 1262 order to "cease and desist" from such
religious discrimination.
King Faisal long ago made it clear "that no Jew must
ever be allowed to work in the service of ARAMCO, and
every American or European working for the company
must provide proof of non-Jewish ancestry for two genera-
tions before being granted a work permit."
But not in New York State, which prohibit such rank
discrimination in accordance with the StSate's Sec. 295.6(b)
of the Human Rights Law.
Once more, the State Commission Against Discrimi-
nation is investigating this nauseous ineguity. No one can
stop Faisal from thinking or doing what he wants where
he lives.
But not in New York State, which prohibits such rank
to play the game the way America plays the game or
get out.
JT IS weeks now since ABC-TV
has offered the nation Sir
Laurence Olivier's production of
Shakespeare's "Merchant of Ven-
ice" and like some crafty cur has
lain back in the shadows of prof-
it, coyly and quietly, impassive to
all of the angry criticism staged
against the production by spokes-
men for the Jewish community.
It is a dangerous thing to tell
a mass communications medium
to do something or to petition
i' NOT to do something for
tiie question of freedom of
speech is always at issue.
AND WHEN Jews, as in this
instance, have asked ABC-TV not
to stage Olivier's "Merchant."
and when being ignored they
have then heaped scorn on its
executives for staging it without
so much as a word of response
to their petitions, the truth is
that they have exposed them-
selves to the frankest charges of
attempts at censorship.
S'ill, I would find it breath-
tak:ng to say the least if ABC-
TV would stage a play. say. that
shows the Roman Church in the
full panoply of its butchery and
oppression during the Middle
Ages.
There have been some Torque-
mada-type things on television,
no doubt, but never have the
Torquemadas of history been de-
posited squarely at the foot of
the Cross from whence they have
sprung and where they truly be-
long.
THE CHl'RCH would simply
not stand for it and television,
like the movies before television,
among whose principal execu-
tives Jews themselves are most
prominent, has never done any-
thing less than show us Roman-
ism in all the tinsel of a sunset
glow, towering but beneficent,
surrogate for the Divine but su-
premely human, in short an im-
age of itself to which the Church
absolutely believes it is heir.
Torquemadas or no To-.quema-
das. Or John Chrysostomes. or
any other such proven humani-
tarians.
And so. all priests are Bing
Crosby and all nuns Deborah
Kerr. They suffer, but they play
baseball, and never mind the
enormous profit to be made from
fabricating such unreal roles.
NOR IS it beside the point to
wonder just haw silent these
executives would be if the
Church on some occasion were to
do what Jews have been doing in
the "Merchant of Venice" case
if the Church were to object
to a production that showed it or
its votaries as anything less than
Bing Crosby or Deborah Kerr.
Would they be just as recalci-
trant and unassailable? WouLl
they be so contemptuous of the
Church as they are of the Jews
as to refuse even to throw down
the gauntlet of charges of at-
tempted censorship?
I would bet not. Jewish exec-
utives all, they would grovel in
the dust of Rome's rages, hailing
Mary and mouthing mea culpas
just as fast as they could cast
another passionate pageant show-
ing the self-sacrificing humanity
of the habit, the collar and the
Cross.
IN THE CASE of "The Mer-
chant of Venice," what ABC-TV
seems to be doing is to be taking
the position that all of Shake-
speare speaks for itself. By its
very nature, it is not only the
pinnacle of art but also of taste,
metaphysical meaning and dia-
matie desirability.
That's pure bunk. Shakespeare
is as amenable to criticism as the
Church ought to be. No one
thinks "Venus and Adonis" is
any good, not really. Or -The
Rape of Lucrece." The principle
has long since been established
that the Bard of Avon wrote
some klinkers in his day.
When the Emperor wears no
clothes, one should not be
ashamed to say, and quite frank-
ly, that he is naked.
"THE MERCHANT of Venice"
is a confusion of purposes.
Shakespeare did not create the
story, elements df which can be
Mindlin
traced to the Greek romance,
"Barlaam and Josophat." by
Joannes Damascenus (circa 800).
It can also be traced to the
"Gesta Romanorum," the Eng-
lish version of Boccaccio's adap-
tation of the Damascenus tale, in
Richard Robinson's "Record of
Ancyent Historyes" (1577).
And to "II Pecarone," by Ser
Giovanni Fiorentino (1558).
The likelihood is that Shake-
speare was much inspired by
these precursors at a time when
Britain seethed over the convic-
tion and hanging of Roderigo
Lopez, a Spanish Jew who was a
physician to Queen Elizabeth.
LOPEZ HAD been caught plot-
ting her death, as well as the
d.ath of Antonio Perez, the Por-
tuguese pretender.
Accordingly. Shakespeare put
all these dramatic elements to-
gether, along with Marlowe's
Continued vn Pa#e 11

-

What Of The Presidency?
By MAX LERNEK
(First of two articles) ,g
NEW YORK The amusing thing about Sen. James
Buckley (Cons. R., N.Y.) call for President Nixon's resignation
is that the deep and inveterate conservative has laid himself
open to the charge of a creeping or even galloping
liberalism.
A Republican colleague noted wryly that Buckley's New York
rival and colleague, liberal Republican Sen. Jacob Javits, "will
have to come out for the guillotine." He didn't.
CLEARLY THERE is a third way. between resignation and
guillotine. It is the way of the orderly constitutional process of
impeachment. Javits strikes me as more realistic than Buckley
when he -ays that the President's resignation is "up to him, not
;

It would certainly case the life of many Republicans in the
House and Senate and many Democrats, too who wouldn't
have to stand uo and be counted in an impeachment vote.
When calU for Mr. Nixon's resignation come from nonpoliti-
cians. they are usually meant as a way of getting him out faster,
withou' the delay and divisiveness of impeachment proceodini:-
WHEN THEY come from Republican politicians, they might
mean something similar, but are more likely to mean "I wish
he were off my back and out of my hair."
But Sen. Buckley's motivation is doubtless more complex
He is a deeply moral man. known among family and friends as
"St. James of the Cross." His positions in public life have often
-hown a stubborn courage in sticking to his conservative dogma.
Yet in this ease there may also be a political motivation.
CONSIDER the situation of national Republican leaders
All the potential candidates for President or Vice President in
1976 Gerald Ford, Nelson Rockefeller. Ronald Reagan, Charles
Peicy. B:irry Goldwater. John Connallv, Howard Baker hive
had to play it low-key on Mr. Nixon.
Thi i loaves a vacuum for Buckley to move into, to play it
dramatically, whether he runs for the Senate again in 1976
or for .-omething higher. With his long, impassioned, yet also
reasoned plea for Mr. Nixon's resignation which reads a little
Ilk a column by his brother, William, except for its lack of
T.atini ms he has added to the political theater of the
occa.-ion.
He has also made Mr. Nixon's prospects even darker than
they were.
BUT BEYOND Buckley's, there is a larger question Mr
Nixon has raided of the presidential office. Would the Presidency
itself he hurt mare by Mr. Nixon resigning or staying?
Mr. Nixon has left his legal defense to his counsel. James
St. Clair. but he is organizing his political defense himself. The
very care of it is that he has to stay on and fight back, not for
his own sake (although he makes much of the now-familiar
litany of his policy accomplishments) but for the sake of the
presiden!ial office and its future occupants.
WHAT KIND of precedent would his resij-ning set? Mr.
Nixon suggests that it would weaken and even cripple later
Presidents, since it v >uld make them fearful of doing the un-
popular thing, and oi taking bold, hard decisions.
As his clinching instance, he cites his decision on the North
Vietnam bomb-.ng. which had a bad press but was followed by a
peace agreement.
HIS OPPONENTS argue that his resignation would pm.fv
and strengthen the Presidency, removing the cobweb of suspi-
cion that now surrounds it and serving notice on future Presi-
dents that they must show a moral capacity to govern if they are
to retain office.
One is the argument from stability, the other the argument
from integrity. It would be foolish for the champions of either
to deny some validity in the position they oppose
My own feeling is that the integiity argument has a decided
edge. We need to put the fear of the people in the heart of
Presidents. Unless a President can maintain a strong connection
with the people, by the image he offers them and bv the moral
leadership he exerts, his hard, bold decisions may prove more
dangei.us and adventurous than effective.
THE PEOPLE have to pay a high price, in the shock to
the nation s nervous system, for the brinkuanship gambles of a
S*. Prcs,1denttv He ln I"" must also pay a price for the
n n,I,i m^ ,e, ^S.ew ambles ~ ">e price of having to stay
morally credible to the people in everything else he dels. I don't
believe President Nixon has done this.
<:t.tYe!lthere.i!Sonre polnt t0 the argument that the United
a nre.idonLI ?*' ^}amea^^ system like Britain's, but
!K^^m'and that t0 make il work the p^ must
fhJLltt^ v} ST rein' To this tQeme, and the related
theme of impeachment, I shall return in another report
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Friday, April 12, 1974
+Jewlstincrkffar and Shafar of Hollywood
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Panovs Have B ecome Symbols Lewis ^^ To Receive Awar<*
By FRAN NEVINS
The campaign for Soviet ballet
dancer Valery Panov and his
wife, Galina, to be allowed emi-
gration, was examined publicly
on NBC News Presents: "Special
Edition" in early April.
Noted personalities represent-
ing the performing arts spoke of
their involvement in the protest.
Sir Laurence Olivier from Lon-
don, soprano Beverly Sills, actress
Joanne Woodward, and Clive
Barnes, New York Times fiance
and drama critic, participated.
The Panovs have become sym-
bols for those Soviet Jews who
wish to emigrate to Israel. They
have received thousands of let-
ters of support from citizens
around the world. But like so
many others in the same posi-
tion, they must wait.
The Soviet Jewry Action Group
(San Francisco) has learned that
the U.S.S.R government no long-
er allows Russian Jews to apply
for exit visas at the OVIR, the
official Soviet Emigration Office.
In-tead. the government now re-
quires Jews to submit their visa
applif.Vioiu at Soviet Police sta-
tions. This step is not only prej-
udicial, but also terminates basic
human rights and individual
liberties by psychologically ter-
rorizing those who want to ap-
ply. As free Jews, we must bo-
come active and protest a move
such as this. We must write to
both the Russian Embassy and
the OVIR office, directly. Send
letters and telegrams to:
Soviet Consul General
Embassy of the U.S.S.R.
1125 16th Street N.W.
Washington. DC
ssn
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llltsa Zheliabova 26
OVIR
Rokov. Andrei
In Kiev, II year-old Olga Ke-
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Weapons
For Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) A
request that the United States
make "all conventional weapons
in the America!, arsenal avail-
able to Israel so that it can
maintain its defense capabilities,"
was called for in a resolution
adopted by the national board oi
the American Zionist Federation
which met here.
While expressing gratitude to
the United States government for
aid given to Israel during the
Yom Kippur War and since, the
resolution stated that with -Syria
threatening Israel's northern
flank and with open warfare a
possibility, it is essential that
these weapons be made available
:o Israel now."
OTHER RESOLUTIONS pre-
sented by Moshe Kagan that
were adopted by the 700.000-
member Zionist coordinating
group of 13 national Zionist or-
ganizations call for a reaffirma-
tion of .sunport for the Jackson-
Mills-Vanik legislation, criticism
of Syria for the recent murder
of four Jewish women and Syr-
ia's policy of discrimination
against its remaining 4.500 Jews,
and pledges of additional support
for Israel.
"UNSWERVING SUPPORT of
material and human resources
for Israel in its struggle for sur-
vival and development" was ex-
pressed in another resolution and
in a letter to Prime Minister
Golda Meir from Rabbi Israel
Miller, president of the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation.
The resolution called for "per-
sonal aliya, for financial aid
through the United Jewish Ap-
peal, through investments in Is-
rael Bonds and through strength-
ening the Zionist public informa-
tion programs in behalf of the
validity and justice of the Israeli
cause."
-
mckacher wants to go to Israel
with her mother. Edward, her
step father, has already emigrated
and awaits his family.
Olga's natural father refuses to
allow her to leave even though
he has not assumed any parental
responsibility. He has not seen
Olga for nine years. When a New
York judge learned of the case,
which was. scheduled before a
Judge Furtseva. he phoned him
on Olga's behalf. Among other
things, the Soviet judge remind-
ed, "this is not New York City."
In Leningrad, Sylva Zalman-
son, who was sentenced to ten
years strict regime, is seriously
ill. A Jewish delegation recently
asked Leonid Brezhnev at the
Canadian airport to intervene.
Brezhnev responded by calling
her an enemy of the state for at-
tempting to skyjack a plane to
flee to Israel and quickly refused
intercession. Sylva's final remarks
at her trial included the follow-
ing:
"I do not doubt for a minute
that som time I shall go after
all. and that I will live in Israel.
This dream, il'.uminated by 2.000
years of hope, will never leave
me. Next vear in Jerusalem! And
now I repeat, if I forget you. oh
Jerusalem, let my right hand
wither...''
In Minsk, Colonel Yefim Davi-
dovich sent a long and passionate
declaration to Brezhnev, Kosygin,
and Podgorny concerning his
harassment which was almost be-
yond endurance.
The former World War II hero
stated: "I have been, in fact,
placed outside the law. My apart-
ment has been turned by the KGB
into a tap" recorrling studio. The
house is under twenty-four hour
surveillance. As a result, a grave-
ly ill war veteran is followed step
by step by young, good-for-nothing
KGB agents.
"Let me go to Israel! Israel
or death! I have no other way.
I have lived long enough. I shall
know how to die with dignity."
Yakov Khantsis is still in
prison. He was due for release
March 7, 1974. The Prisoner of
Conscience was severely beaten
by authorities and remains in
poor condition. An attempt is be-
ing made to extend his sentence
two additional years, presumably
for "alleged anti-Soviet activ-
ities"
According to well known Mos-
cow mathematician Alexander
I.untz who awaits vi-as. "Some-
thing must be done quickly or it
might be too late. I urge all peo-
ples to help Yakov Khantsis to be
free for the Passover."
Note to all oranizations: The
South Florida Council for Soviet
Jewry (S.F.C.S.J.) is offering
sound films and programs for
meetings. Because they are work-
ing for the reloase of all Soviet
Je.vs. they will bring the most
rec?nt and crucial information
directly to you. Contact Ms
Judith Matz, 947 8617.
If you or any of your friend
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formation on meetina and con-
tacting Soviet Jews. They are de-
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Israel" Wednesday, April 24.
Milton M. Parson, executive di-
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Colin, a leading member of the
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A vice president of the Amer-
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Friday, April 12, 1974 IF
Passover Table Centerpiece
Asks A Tif th Question'
The United Jewish Appeal pre-
parerT'a special "Fifth Question"
Passover table centerpiee? to pro-
vide American Jewish families
this Passover with an opportunity
to express new awareness in their
soiidarity and reaffirm their com-
mitment a th the people of Is-
rael an-! with Jews everywhere.
Paul BNCkernum, UJA general
chairman, announced.
This Seder table center
symbolizes our connection with
our people in Israel and through-
out the world. It represents the
richness and variety of th" Jew-
Mi background ... the Israeli
flitter carrying the Torah into
captivity, the Russian Jewish im-
migrant carrying a Tnrah to free-
dom in Israel, the American Jew-
Mi family at the Seder table A. !
though CM an different, we are
one people.'* Zuckcrmin ex-
plained.
The stabile has oi.'it -;
farmed by two tablets si ttted to-
gether. It includes the tradit
al four questions ask d at the
Seder, plus a Fifth Qu stion:
"Why is this ni'.'ht of Passover
different from all other Passover
nights? On all other Seder nights
We recSffl the deliverance of the
pas:. Tonight, following the Yoni
Kippur War, we express our faith
in the future by asking: What
more can we do as individuals
and as a family to help insure
the survival of our people in Is-
rael and of Jews everywhere?"
The centerDl.ccs were dis-
tributed through local Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds across
the United States so that Amer
ican Jewish families could ask
th" fifth question at their Seder
tables t:> initiate dialogues
n ..int to their role in Jewish
history, particularly in light of
pre >:it peat-war conditions af-
fecting th? people of Israel.
The answers to the fifth ques-
tion Will be many.'' Zuckerman
stated, "but at least one of the
answers mu=t be a retledication
to the life-enhancing work of the
d Jewish Appeal. By using
the .fifth question centerpiece,
each family will be able to ex-
press their awareness on this eve
of Passover that they are part
of a much greater familythe
Jewish People."
A Passovsr centerpiece prepared by the United Jewish Ap-
peal is gracing tables throughout the nation this year. It
poses a "Fifth Question" "What more can we do as in-
dividuals and as a family to help insure the survival of
our people in Israel and of Jews everywhere?"
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
DOLPHIN PRODUCE
(Formerly Red Apple)
7100 Hollywood Boulevard
We will meet any competitive chain store prices
on produce
Phone 966-5995
Your order will be waiting
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ..
DRAPERIES
by Mr. Leon
Formerly of Mac Fabrics, Hollywood Blvd.
"PersonalizedCustom Made"
"My prices can't be beat"
For free estimate call 929-5157
Passover Greetings to the Jewish Community
Steiner, Rouse & Co. Inc.
1704 Harrison Street
Phone 921-4900
Anna B. Levinson (right) was recently hon-
ored for her humanitarian and philanthropic
work in the JWF 74 Campaign. The award
was presented at a brunch hsld at the Diplo-
mat Tcwere where Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe
(second from right) was gusst speaker. Wi:h
them are Tina Peyton and Ben Axslrod.
Pakistani
Pilots Fly
For Libya
NEW YORK(JTA)Avia-
tion Week, an authoritative
magazine for the aero-space in-
dustry, reported Here that Pakis-
tani pilots are flying planes for
Libya, have been active in Saudi
Arabia nd may be flying the
Soviets MIG-25 Foxbat inter-
ceptors in Egypt.
'There have been some indica-
tions that the Pakistanis, work-
ing with former RAF (British
Royal Air Force) officers, are
working toward forming a train-
ing cadre which would he the
core of a Pan-Arab Air Force
for future fighting," the maga-
zine said.
IT EXPLAINED that Pakistan
has an air force too large to sup-
port in peacetime so it is now
exporting aviation skills and ex-
pertise.
"Pakistani pilots are now fly-
ing in Libya and have been ac-
tive in Saudi Arabia for some
time," the magazine said, but it
said that unlike the British
pilots, the Pakistanis retain their
Air Force ranks. However, they
are not known to have taken part
in combat, according to Aviation
Week.
THE MAGAZINE also theo-
rized that "Egypt is building up
a small but select group of pilots
capable of flying the Soviet MIG-
25 Foxbat some of them may-
be Pakistanis whose expertise
in advanced fighter flying has
made them a formidable force in
Arab tactics."
Sabra Group Of
Hadassah Formed
Mrs. Frances Briefer, presidium
president of the Hollywood Chap-
ter of Hadassah has announced
formation of the new Sabra
Group. Thirty-eight women re-
cently attended a coffee and con-
versation evening at the home of
Mrs. Leon Brauser. Many ladies
who could not attend, previously-
pledged their membership.
Mrs. Gus Lipps, guest speak-
er, spoke of the important role
Hadassah women play in healing,
research and teaching in Israel
while fostering democracy and
teaching women to live creatively
as American Jews.
The enthusiastic response
prompted immediate naming of
the group and appointment of the
pro-tern officers, including Leona
Brauser, president; Sue Towbin.
financial secretary; Lila Zedeck,
program chairman: Selma Kraem-
er, recording secretary; and Ethel
Reichkind. corresponding secre-
tary.
The next meeting will be held at
8 p.m., Monday. Apr. 23, at Tem-
ple Beth Shalom. For further in-
formation, contact Mrs. Brauser,
Hollywood.
I
Among thoss gathered to honor Anna B. Levinson at the
recent Diplomat ToweTs ccmoaign brunch were Mrs. Caro-
lyn Davis and Lewis E. Cohn.
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ill
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Friday, April 12, 1974
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Louis A. Jonas, chairman of JWF '74 Campaign at Beach
Piaza has worked industriously toward a successful drive
in that building. Mrs. Jonas and Bertha Widlitz (right) have
been ardent co-workers.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Molt Haven Tire Co.
209 N. Dixie Highway, Haliandale
Phone 927-3646
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Shalom Coiffure, Inc.
1937 Harrison Street
Phone 927-1170
;
Broward Copy Center Inc,
INSTANT PRINTING
Business Cards Wedding Invitations
Social Announcements
Complete Printing Service
6246 Pembroke Road, Miramar
Phone 966-5510
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
KRAVIT JEWELERS
Finest In Jewelry and Gifts
EXPERT REPAIRWORK JEWELRY & WATCHES
Remodeling our speciality. Under the
supervision of Walter Kravit of
Skolnick & Dravit of
Far Rockaway & Arthur Libman
Over 25 Years of Experience
SAGE PLAZA, 800 E. Haliandale Beach Blvd.
Across from Pumpernik's
Phone 921-6360
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Philippines
Ease Up
On Newsman
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The Philippine government has
stepped away from further har-
assment of Arnold Zeitlin, the
chief of the Associated Press bu-
reau in Manila, but the anti-Jew-
ish slur directed against him in
a letter Feb. 20 signed by Philip-
pine Foreign Secretary Carlos
Romulo has not been retracted
from the official record nor has
any public apology for it been
made to the journali-t who is i
Jewish, it was learned here.
In the letter last month to the
Foreign Ministers of Egypt,
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, Zeit-
lin was described as "suspected I
of being a Jewish journalist" and.|
the letter claimed his dispatches |
in Feb. on fighting between Mos-
lem rebels and Filipino govern-
ment troops were false.
AMERICAN sources told the
Jewish TelegTaphic Agency that
the matter was "unfortunately
handled" and that Romulo, now
about 78. probably was unaware
of the slur when he signed the
letter.
The Philippines, the sources
noted, have about three million [
Moslems and fewer than 500
Jews. The country also depends
on the Middle East for its oil.
Therefore, they said, the letter
making Zeitlin the scapegoat was
an easy way to obscure the fight-
ing and please the Arab oil pro-
ducers.
The matter has been quietly
dropped, the sources added, by
means of a memorandum to for-
eign news services in Manila
from Philippine Information Sec-
retary Francisco Tatad and the
chairman of the Philippines Me-
dia Advisory Council, Primitivo
Mijares.
THE MEMORANDUM said that
the Philippine policy is that "in-
ternational wire services and for-
eign journalists shall have un-
impeded freedom in the perform-
ance of their work" and "all
inquiries and investigations" be-
ing conducted by the Council
were being "immediately discon-
tinued."
The memorandum did not
mention Zeitlin although Mijares
had previously accused him of
trying to "alienate the Philippine
government and people from the
Arab World." Zeitlin, the only
American correspondent in the
Philippines, refused to appear at
a hearing before the council on
the charges.
His dispatches on the fighting
in Feb. in Jolo were never ques-
tioned by serious journalists and
he is continuing with his duties
in Manila.
Temple In Pines
Sponsors Auction
Temple in the Pines vice presi-
dent Les Berger has announced
plans for an art sale and auction
:to be held May 5 at the Holly-
brook Tennis and Country Club.
Pembroke Pines.
The art, supplied by the De-
Cinque Art Gallery, will be dis
played from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for
people holding "Patrons of the
Arts" tickets. Tickets entitle the
bearer to preview and purchase
items prior to the auction. Re-
freshments will be served.
At 7 p.m. the exhibit re-opens
for the auction. There is an ad-
henrever those holding patrons
mission fee for the evening event;
tickets will be admitted free.
Anyone wishing to purchase
tickets may call Mrs. Lynn Berger j
or Mrs. Ric Garfinkle. ,
Hollywood's AJCongress Chapter
Planning 'Family Living Shabbat9
The Abraham Heschel Chapter
of American Jewish Congress, a
group of Hollywood men and
women who meet the third Thurs-
day of each month at Temple
Beth Shaiom, will hold a "Family
Living Shabbat Weekend" Friday.
April 26, and Saturday, April 27.
at 13341 Stirling Rd.. Ft. Lauder-
dale
The study-workshop (Kallah)
commences Friday at 6 p.m. with
check-in and services and Satur-
day at 9 a.m. with Dr. Samuel
Feldman leading the first of four
seminars.
Temple Solel's Rabbi Robert
Frazin will conduct Hanedalah
Rabbi Frazin
Carlos feldman
services.
For further information, con-
tact the chapter president. Carlos
Feldman. or Mrs. Sandy Khani.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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PHONE: 922-3492
Monday thru Saturday 9 to 5:30
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for a
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Peaceful
Pesach
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*"Je*ist ncrkfi&TI > and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, April 12, 1974
JWF Pacesetters Luncheon Draws Women Leaders
Among the community's women leader wiio attended the
Pacesetters luncheon at the home ol Mrs. Moses h'ornstein
were (top photo, seated) Marion Salter and Arlene F'.itcher;
(s'.anding) Ruth Doppelt and Alma Heller. Belcw are Joyce
Roaman (left) and Mary Zinn.

JWF Pacesetters, women who have shown
their leadership by contributing 51,000 or
more to the 1974 UJA-JWF Campaign, were
invited to the luncheon hosted by Mrs.
Mcses Hornstein at her home. From left to
right are (1) Eilie Katz, guest speaker Zvi
Koli'z, Aviva Baer and Charlotte Shenker;
(2) Edith Schiff. Marcia Tobin. Karen Mar-
gulies and Janet Bertman; (3) Joyce Roaman,
Berdie Einstein.. Ida Kline and Carolyn
Davis; (4) Judy White, Ellie Katz, Jeanne
Katz and Vivien Goldstein; (5) Anns Levin-
son and Alice Mailman and (seated) Billie
Kofhnan and June Gordon.

A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Frank's Upholstery
1591 N.W. 77th Way (Corner Toft St.)
Custom Made Upholstery Slipcovers
Drapes Valences Bedspreads Window Shades
free Estimates
SHOP AT HOME-SERVICE
Phone 966-2439
A Happy Passover To All
Jay Bee
Outlet
2017 Grant Street
Phone 920-0844
Make 'Message-A-Weeli
Your Family's Project
Recently returned visitors to the Soviet Union report thai
Russian Jews want U.S. Jewry to increase their PERSONAL
PROTEST to the Russian Embassy and Russian authoiities both
in the United States and the USSR.
Send at least one message a week to any or all of the
following:
Nikolai Podgorny
President, Supreme Soviet of the USSR
The Kremlin
Moscow. USSR
Leonid Brezhnev
President, Supreme Soviet of the USSR
The Kremlin
Moscow, USSR
Honorable Anatoly F. Dobrynin
Embassy of the USSR
1125-16th Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
Contents should include such things as personal opinions,
newspaper clippings, cartoons, editorials, magazine articles, tem-
ple bulletins referring to Soviet Jewry', photos, recap of TV and
radio programs, statements by political and religious leader.;,
and announcements of Soviet Jewry protests and demonstrations
While Soviet authorities subscribe to clipping services t0
keep informed of press reports on American reaction to the
Soviet Jewry situation, most services clip only a small percentage
of what appears in print.
Help insure that Soviet officials don't miss a single clipping1
Please send as many different letters as possible.


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Friday, April 12. 1974
* UnJtti tlorkjicir and Shofar of Hollywood
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in Miniumwm
By MB OPBJI, Extcvfto Dlrtctt,,
Uwisb W.l/aro Federation of Greater NollywaM
J. '' ir,;'..,: r< -i,-,......;;-. S
By BOB KERBEL
We are now in the midst of Passover. And on April 25, we cel-
ebrate the 26th anniversaiy of the re-establishment of the State of
Israel, and then, at the end of May, Shavuot which mark; the giving
of the Torah to the Jews on Mount Sinai. We thus have many re-
minders of our being Jewish coupled with the feeling that ail Jews
are one.
It almost seems incongruous to state the above while being aware
that each 3vw is an independent individual who thinks differently
about their Jewishness, the practice of their Judaism and their rela-
tionship to each other
There are controversies in Israel concerning "Who is a Jew."
Both in America and throughout the world, there are discussions con-
cerning the meaning of Jewish priorities.
There are those who feel that their Judaism is extremely im-
portant to them, and others who deny their Judaism. There are all
shades of differences between the two extremes, and yet. we are all
Jews. There are "gastronomic" Jews those who see their Judaism
in the enjoyment of "Jewish" food. There are "visceral" Jews those
who feel Jewish in their "guts." "Cardiac" Jews who have a Jewi-h
heart "Revolving Door" Jews in the synagogue on Ro?h Hashanah
and out on Yom Kippur. There are "cerebrai" Jews who think Jew-
ish We also have humanists, univer.-alists and those on different
plateaus of religiosity with it all, we are Jews.
We Jews are unique for that rearon we are all different and
yet, we have a common core. Namely. Israel and its relationship to
Jews throughout the world. Nearly 50% of all Jews live in America,
approximately 207c in Israel, and 20% in the Soviet Union. We are all
dilfcrent, coming from so many diverse cultures, and yet, there is a
unifying force Which keeps us unique.
The celebration of our holidays is in itself a measure of our dif-
ference. During Passover we commemorate our freedom Israel's
Independence Day celebrates our reestablishment as a GO political
entity and Shavuot commemorates cur acceptance of the obliga-
tion! of our people The sequence is most significant. Without free-
dom there can not be a nation, and without law. a nation cannot
survive.
As I See It ihis also has community meaning. People move
to a new area, they establish a community and the leadership and
commitment developed insures its survival.
IF
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Phone 983-6523
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffa, spir-
itual leader cf T ..ipie Beth
El. will speak on "The He-
brew Prophets Their Rel-
evance :i Contemporary
Life" Tuesday, April 23, at a
1 p.m. meeting of the Holly-
wood Chapter of Hadassah
in the Home Federal Build-
ing, Hollywood.
Terrorists
Are Free
On Appeal
ROME (JTA) The three
Arabs convicted on charges they
planned to knock down an Is-
raeli plane near the Rome air-
port with a Soviet ground-to-air
missile have been granted pro-
visional liberty by an Italian mag-
istrate pending appeal.
At the same time, the five ter-
rorists who killed 32 victims dur-
ing a fire bomb attack at the
Rome airport, as well as skyjack-
ing a plane last December, were
flown to Cairo from Kuwait and
handed over to the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization.
THE ROME magistrate ordered
the release of the three terrorists
after 60 million lire ($86,000)
was deposited as bail.
It was not indicated who had
provided the bail money. The
three terrorists, an Algerian, an
Iiaqi and a Lebanese, were sen-
tenced to five years and two
months in jail for illegal posses-
sion of arms with intent to com-
mit a massacre.
They were arrested last Sep-
tember after a police raided an
apartment in Ostia, near Rome,
and found them and two ground-
to-air missiles.
THE PI.0 has said it would try
the five terrorists by revolution-
ary court for carrying out an "un-
authorized operation" the PLO
called "detrimental to the Pal-
estinian cause."
The five guerrillas, who have
not been identified, had been
held by Kuwait since they sur-
rendered there after flying a hi-
jacked Lufthansa jet from Rome
Two Moroccan diplomats were
among the 32 killed in the fire
bomb attack.
KUWAIT REFUSED to try the
men, and requests that Syria and
Iraq accept them for trial were
turned down bv those countries.
Egypt finally accepted them
last week. Political experts ex-
pressed doubt that the PLO would
punish the five terrorists.
Displaying their Histadrut Annuity Trust agreement follow-
ing a meeting and reception held by the South Broward
Council of the Israel Histadrut Foundation are Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Shapiro, who had just signed the document. At left is
Dr. Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sha-
lom, who served as chairman of the event. Dr. Sol Sl.ein,
national president, who addressed the guests on "Israel's
Political Problems from Within," and Ben Zion Steinberg,
executive director of Florida's Histadrut Foundation, are at
richt.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
JACKS FURNITURE
2031 Harrison Street
in Downtown Hollywood
Open 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
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Friday 'Til 9 P.M.
Credit terms available
Phone 923-3528
5
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WYXONA CLEAVERS
Phone: 922-5561
500 S. Dixie Highway, Hollywood, Florida
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2315 S. State Road 7
Hollywood, Florida 33023
Phone 983-1344
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Phone 922-4581
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Sam's Accordian & Guitar Center
635 N. STATE ROAD 7
PHONE 983-4370


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+Jeist fhrktiar and Shofor of Hollywood
Friday, April 12, 1974

Phil Baum \\ ii Inaugurate
Teen
Brandeis Camp Institute
Educative Symposia Series Scene Scholarships Now Available
Phi! Baum, a d^tingui .hed and
acknowledged expert on M.
East Affairs, inaugurates the
Educative Symposia II cultural
series at Temple Beth Shalom.
Thursday. Apr. 18, at 8:00 p.m.
The series is sponsored by the
Jowish Welfare Federation and
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida.
Baum's subject will be "The
.Middle East Dilemma Its Im-
pact On American Foreign Pol-
icy."
An attorney and director of
the Commission on International
Affairs (CIA) of the American
Jewish Cong: ess since 1959.
Baum was named associate exec-
utive director of the Congress in
September 1972.
As director of the CIA. Baum
supervises the Congress' program
involving Israel. Soviet Jewry
and Jewish communities in Eu-
rope, Latin America and the
Arab countries. He has been to
the Soviet Union twice and vis-
ited other countries of Eastern
Europe.
For the past 10 years, Baum
has coordinated the American
Jewish Congress' annual Amer-
ican-Israel Dialogue in Israel, a
forum for the exchange of views
among leading Jewish intellec-
tuals from both countries.
Baum also directs the Con-
gress' peace-related activities and
in the spring of 1971 was a mem-
ber of a five-man team headed
by Clark Kerr, former chancellor
of the University of California,
that visited Vietnam to explore
opportunities for internationally-
supervised elections in that coun-
try.
Baum has been published wide-
ly. He is the author of the White
Paper on the "Arab Campaign
Against American Jews" which
was instrumental in obtaining a
Senate resolution on that subject.
He wrote "The Black Record:
Nasser's Persecution of Egyptian
Jewry." and "The Jewish Com-
munities of Eastern Europe: A
First Hand Report." (1967).
A native of Chicago, Baum
studied at Northwestern Univer-
sity and the University of Chi-
cago, and received a doctor of law
degree from the University of
Chicago Law School, where he
was an editor of the Law Review
and elected to the Order of the
Coif. He is a member of the Bar
of the States of New York and
Illinois.
Baum first came to the Con-
gress as an attorney on its Com-
mission on Law and Social Action
and subsequently served as sen-
ior staff eoun=H of CLSA. He
participated in litigation before
the U.S. Supreme Couit and oth-
er" ctitfrts" on civil rights, church-
state, censorship, immigration
and other matters. He was co-
counsel in the Prinz case in
which a $30,000 judgment in li-
btl was recovered against Conde
McGinley, publisher of the no-
toiious hate sheet, "Common
Sense."
He is a member of the Execu-
tive Committee of the World
Jewish Congres; and the Admin-
istrative Committee of its Amer-
ican Section, as well as a board
member of the World Without
War Council of the United States.
He teaches a course on the
New York Jewish Community at
the New School for Social Re-
search in New York.
Tickets for the entire series
may be pui chased by phoning
the Jewish Community Center of-
fice, 920 2089 or 920-2108.
U.S. Check
To UNEF For
$8 Million
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Ambassador John Scali has pre-
sented a check to the United Na-
tions in the amount of $8,668,100
for the United Nations Emerg-
ency Force in the Middle East.
This payment is for the full
amount assessed on the United
States by the General Assembly
at its 28th session for the costs
of UNEF for the initial six-month
period.
IT REPRESENTS 28.9 percent
of the total amount assessed on
all member states of the United
Nations.
In addition to its cash payment,
the United States has provided
services to the United Nations
Emergency Force on a non-reim-
bursable basis.
These services, primarily air-
lift of UNEF troop contingents
and equipment, have been pro-
vided by the U.S. Air Force and
consisted of the movement of
1.844 Austrian, Finnish, Indones-
ian, Irish, Panamanian, and
Peruvian troops and 1,382 tons
of cargo from various points
around th world as distant as
Indonesia and Peru to Cairo and
Tel Aviv.
The United States also has
agreed to airlift 600 Kenyan
troops and the majority of their
equipment, which will involve
about 12 more C-141 flights from
Wmtt1 to fairo.
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Tuesday evening, March 26,
Temple Beth Shalom's Teen
Study session led by Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky hosted a rap ses-
sion with two Israeli teenagers
who are in the U.S. for a six
month study program. We were
able to meet with them through
the courtesy of Jewish Commu-
nity Centers of South Florida and
the Jewish Welfare Federation.
Many of the questions asked of
Irit Isarof and Arie Offner
focused on Israel's situation to-
day and the Yom Kippur War
Other questions dealt with the
political scene in Israel now.
The Israelis said, "Even though
the war has left a deep mark on
Israel, life jnust go on and what
we need to do now is build both
a better Israel and a better
world." They added. "Although
we never know if and when war
will ever break out again, we
can only hope for peace."
The mood that prevailed that
Tuesday night was very different
from a year ago when the Jewish
Youth Council hosted a group of
six young Israelis here on the
same study mission.
I could sense a tense feeling
and an uncertainty of Israel's fu-
ture. Many of us asked ourselves.
"Does it take a crisis to bring the
Jewish people of the world to-
gether?"
Although we hope for a lasting
peace in Israel, our help remains
necessary even if there never is
another war.
I feel I have received an in-
centive; that the October war was
another chance to form a united
Jewish people whether it be in
our community, our country or
in the world. It appears that each
time the Jewish people have be-
come comnlacent about their Jew-
ishness, their commitment to
themselves and to all Jewish peo-
ple, an affliction has been
brought upon them.
I have a deep feeling about
this. If we haven't realized by
now that the only way we will be
able to survive is by being Jew-
ish, by showing our Jewishness,
by making a deep commitment,
then we'd better start reconsider-
ing our life-style as Jews.
We could be annihilated any
day and if that day comes, it will
be too late to begin acting like
Jews toother.
Achshav...
Now is the time for us to join
togetherif we wait, perhaps it
will be too late.
fr &
The JCC of Hollywood has
planned two programs for all
high schoolers during Spring
vacation. Tuesday evening. April
16 we have the opportunity to
participate in a South Florida
rarity. Ice-skating at Polar Palace.
Bus transportation will be pro-
vided and departs from Temple
Beth Shalom at 7 p.m. The pro-
gram concludes at 11 p.m.
Sunday. April 21. there will he
a Beach Party at Dania Beach
from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. for 9-12
grade students. Bring your gu'tar.
bathing suit, frisbee, football,
etc. There will be a barbeque.
Transportation is not provided.
You must register for either of
these programs in order that
proper preparations may be made
For registration ca'l the JCC of
fice. or mail in a completed
registration form.
If you have not received a
form, they are available at the
JCC office, 1909 Harrison St.
Suite 201.
My next co'umn will be de-
voted to a second report on area
youth organizations.
Happy Passover!
Scholarship assistance for col-
lege students wishing to attend
Brandeis Camp Institute in Bran-
deis, Calif., next July or August
will be available through special
funds established by the Florida
Woman's Division-American Jcw-
i-h Congress, in cooperation with
the Miami Jewish Federation and
the University of Miami Hillel
Foundation.
The Annette A. and Joseph M.
Fine Scholarship Fund for Bran-
deis Camp Institute was set up
to pay maintenance costs for
worthy South Florida college stu-
dents who wish to attend Bran-
deis Camp Institute. Supplement-
al funds have been contributed
by American Jewish Congress
members and chapter gifts.
Brandeis Camp Institute, in
existence since 1940, is a unique
Jewish institution dedicated to
making secular Jews better Jews
aujL bcJisr cittMBS. The camp em-
phasizes Jewish folk culture and
working the soil in a spirited
inte.l.-ctual atmosphere.
Last year, renewing ties from
the Miami Jewish community
which had been dormant for a
number of years, the Florida
Women's Division, American
Jewish Cosgiess, with additional
funds contributed by the Justine,
Point East and Golda Meir Chap^
ters, sponsored Debbie and Laura
Levene. Debbie Jacobson and
Robert Ackerman for the Bran-
deis Camp Institute.
Applicants, freshmen to post-
graduate students, must be at-
tending college. They should con-
tact Yosef Yanich. Executive
Drector. American Jewish Con-
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+Jewist Flnr kHar and Shofar of Hollywood
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Stdtzler oi Gui'fcrd
Plazc entertained at a cocktail party in their
home for th3 JWF 74 Campaign. Guests in-
cluded, from left, (top) Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Cohen. Mrs Louis Jacobson and Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Jaife; (bottom) Mrs. Sam Peck,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Binbaum and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Kirsch.
LEO MINDLIN
ABC-TV Mum on Production
Continued from Page 4-
Jew of Malta'- and Robert Wil-
son's 'The Three Ladies of Lon-
don.'' to exploit the popular feel-
ing of the day running against
the Jews.
Why not? He faithfully cribbed
Plautus and Plutarch and so
manv other sources of history
and the drama throughout his
life.
Reckoned in these terms, the
ages-long debate whether or not
Shakespeare and his "Merchant
of Venice" were anti-Semitic is
an absurdity.
THOSE WHO argue that
Shakespeare presented Shylock
as a plea for a more liberal atti-
tude toward the Jews are as far
off the mar!: as those who sug-
gest that he was, like most men
of his time, an intractable anti-
Semite.
The truth more nearly is that
Shakespeare was a successful
playwright, producer and direc-
tor.
And that he would stage any-
thing worthy in his eyes that he
thought would meet with popular
acclaim.
AND SO Shylock is a fairly
accurate portrayal of English at-
titudes toward Jews at the cross-
roads of the 16th and 17th cen-
turies. Shakespeare cared little
whether it advanced or diminish-
ed the cause of Jews.
What I have always found dis-
turbing about "The Merchant of
Venice" is that it masquerades
in the guise of a tragedy, but its
major elements (the love affairs
between Bassanio and Portia and
Gratiano and Neiissa) are pas-
toral.
IT TELLS the story of Shy-
lock's tragic reversal of fortune.
But you are not meant to re-
spond to the tragedy. In fact, it
is a vehicle for Christian rejoic-
ing at the downfall of a Jew 3t
the same time that it moralizes
about the downfall and takes
great inspiration in its prosely-
tizing. All's well that ends well
- after all, the Jew abandons his
contemptible faith and achieves
salvation.
With hi3 unerring sense for
the stage. Shakespeare knew this
was not enough dramatic excite-
ment, and so he spiced up the
play with the pastoral elements
of ex:hanged rings and the
choice of Portia's portrait in the
three caskets precisely the
so.'t of stuff Londoners of the
day liked so well.
EVEN IN ITS poetry, there is
no consistency. The great "qual-
ity of mercy" speech is not mer-
ciful at all. It is a threat to the
"Jew. Though justice be thy
plea That in the course of
justice, none of us Should see
salvation." Shylock must give up
the devil's work (being Jewish)
or suffer the loss of all his world-
ly goods, a sly statement about
Jewish usuriousness.
The outcome is doubly disgust-
ing because even the proselytiz-
ing is without Christian convic-
tion. Shylock's choice is deliber-
ately meant to say less about his
easy comprcmise of his Judaism
than about the unyielding Jew-
ish allegiance to goh.
Why Sir Laurence Olivier likes
this junkyard is hard to say. but
in his strange 10th century adap-
tation of the play, he has pur-
sued it long and arduously. (I
saw it in London in 1970).
THE PHONY modernization is
no more reasonable than Sir
Laurence's pasting of the Kad-
dish to its ending is understand-
able.
For whom is the Karidish
chanted the death of Jewry
and Jewry'3 enforced conversion
to Christianity? Historically, that
has not yet happened even if
"The .Merchant of Venice" pre-
dicts it with Shylock's submission
to the court's sentence.
If as Ben Jonson said of him.
he knew little Latin and less
Greek, it also seems that Shake-
speare knew nothing at all about
the steadfastness of Jewish at-
tachment to Judaism.
Or is the chanting of the Kad- '
dish for the play itself, which
fails to rise from its own demise
the moment the curtain rises?
ONE NEVER knows, nor can ;
Sir Laurence's quaint caress of
one Jewish cheek with the Kad-
dish mitigate Shakespeare's
smack on the other.
To this enigma, and Sir Laur-'
ence's incomprehensible attrac-
tion toward the play, must now
be added the ambiguous reason- .
ing behind ABC-TV's production
of it.
ABC-TV's silence is surely :
something like the silence from i
heaven. One dare not question !
omniscience. Like Shakespeare, it j
speaks for itself.
But then, so does all the other
bad television these days, which
needs no explanation either.
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+Jewish ftcrkfiam and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday. April 12, 197*

Israeli Teens
9 Visit Hollywood
Two of the 60 Israeli teenagers
who are spending six weeks in
the United States on a cultural
exchange program, recently came
to Hollywood for a four day visit.
Arie Offner, age 17, from Kir-
yat Motzkin, was the guest of
Dr. and .Mrs. Alfred Rosenthal.
Mrs. Bcttie Tanur was hostess
to Irit Isarof, a 17-year-old from
Dimona.
Both young Israelis visited
Nova and South Broward High
schools, where they had the op-
portunity to speak of Israel to
young people.
They were also guests of Prof.
O.-car Schmerler at Broward
Community College where- they
discussed the Yom Kippur War
and Israel's present condition
with international students.
Arie and Irit met with Holly-
wood youth at Temples Sinai,
Beth El, Solel and Beth Shalom.
Arie Offner was born in 1957
to parents of Polish descent who
had survived the Holocaust. His
father had been in Auschwitz.
He has an older brother who
has been in the active reserve
since the October war started.
Arie studies in the Electronics
Department at Haifa Junior Tech-
nical College 49 hours a week,
which leaves him little time for
other activities. Nevertheless, he
is a member of the Student Coun-
cil and plays handball in Hapoel
Kiryat Motzkin.
Irit Isarof was born in 1957
to parents who emigrated from
Iraq in 1951. When she was two,
they settled in the Negev in Di-
mona. a small town composed of
tents. The whole population was
immigrants. After 14 years, its
population is now 30.000.
This year, Irit completes her
third year at Dimona's high
school which she considers one
Soloveitchik
Pans NRP
For Joinin
Coalition
NEW YORK (JTA) A
spokesman for the Union of Or-
thodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada has reported
that Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik
of Boston, the organization's hon-
orary president, condemned the
National Religious Party for
joining Israel's new coalition gov-
ernment.
RABBI Soloveitchik, speaking
Mar. 19 to the organization's ad-
ministration, said the NRP had
not adhered to the command of
Israel's Chief Rabbinate and of
rabbinical authorities throughout
the world who opposed the
NRP's joining the coalition as
Jong as the Israel Law of Return
was not amended to bar accept-
ance of Jewish immigrants con-
verted under non-Orthodox aus-
pices.
He said the NRP had also
desecrated the honor of the rab-
binate.
Rabbi Soloveitchik was quoted
as saying: "My opinion is the
same today as I expressed myself
a few weeks ago. that it is pro-
hibited to enter the government,
because it concerns an issue
which determines whether haia-
cha can be effected in the pub-
lic life of Israel.
"I have not changed my opin-
ion because in such a vital issue
there is no alternative."
"If they wanted to justify their
entrance in the government be-
cause it was a time of 'crisis,' and
therefore they had to overlook
the 'Who is a Jew' law, the ques-
tion immediately rises, why
didn't (Premier) Golda Meir be-
come frightened? She did not
overlook anything and remained
by her stubbornness."
irit haroi
of the best in Israel. In addition
to English, she speaks French
and Arabic.
Irit is interested in science,
reading, drama and drawing. She
enjoys folk dancing and belongs
to Scouts where she is a guide
of a 20-girl group. She also be-
longs to the Country Council of
Israeli Youth, a movement which
takes part in political life.
During the war, she volun-
teered for many jobs, such as
helping citizens observe the
blackout, handing out Army calls
to the Reserve and helping in
Magen David Adorn.
"I hardly slept," she said. "I
was working in the Municipality
at night, delivering mail in the
morning and preparing gift par-
cels for the soldiers on the front
during the afternoons. I alsc
helped to pick olives in Kibbutz
Sde Boker."
Myrna Amsel, coordinator of
the young Israelis' Hollywood
stay said, "I believe it was a
phenomenal experience for our
Hollywood youth to get the op-
portunity to rap with Israeli
teens of their own age and to
find out firsthand what life is
like in Israel. We hope to have
another group next year."
Jerome Gevirman, co-vice chairman of Hal-
landale Beach Division, and Meyer Kaplan,
cochairman for the Golden Bay Towers '74
Campaign., are seen with Samuel Stept,
building chairman, ai the recent brunch
which featured guest speaker Zvi Kolitz.
Other guests at the event included (below)
Arthur Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Spiro,
Mrs. C. Grade and Jerome Gevirman.
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On Sunday, May 12, 1974-1:00 PM
Directed by Rabbi Milton Schlinsky,
Temple Adath Yeshurin, officiating.
Free bus service from North Miami Beach
and Miami Beach. Limited space available.
For reservation and details call Mr. Stuart Elkir
at 592-0690, prior to Friday, May 3.
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April 12. 1974
+JfW0Sfi Fhrirtiar and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 13-A
Ma Admits She Fears Military Takeover
Mitinued from Page 1 A
parties acknowledged that
m Kippur War and its aft-
was responsible ipr the
f serious protest move-
in Israel; in the past, such
aents were "mere pin-
on the body politic and
(en seriously.
NOW dissatisfaction is
pread over the handling of
ar by the regime and the
fy, over soaring inflation
has resulted in the highest
If living in Israel's history,
[en's Club To
itall New Slate
fp\e Sinai Men's Club will
installation brunch. Sun-
tpril 28. at 11:30 a.m. in
Karp HalL
ji David Shapiro and Tom
will install the new offi-
|nd board members.
B'nai Shalom singers, a
kwish group dedicated to
kstoration of Israel and led
fies McKnight of Ft. Lau-
f, will entertain.
fs Club members and their
will be admitted at no
A small donation is re-
for non-member*.
over the prolonged and bitter
political maneuvering that pro-
duced only a shaky minority
coalition government, and over
.*he apparent division in the na-
tion over what course to follow
as Israel enters a phase of nego-
tiations with its Arab neighbors.
The political establishment
seems to be most alarmed over
the number of demobilized war
veterans rallying under the ban-
ner of protest. A one-man cam-
paign by a Yom Kippur War
h"ro. Capt. Mordechai (Motti)
Ashkenazi, produced thousands
of signatures on a petition de-
manding the resignation of De-
fensfc Minister Moshe Dayan.
A demonstration led by Ash-
kenazi and other ex-soldiers out-
side the Prime Minister's Office
last week also demanded the res-
ignation of Premier Golda Meir.
MRS. MEIR herself acknowl-
edged, in a speech Mar. 27 to the
Hebrew University Board of Gov-
ernors in Jerusalem, that the de-
mobilized soldiers posed 'big
questions.'' She also inadvertent-
ly indicated that she had thought
the unthinkable when she re-
marked that 'military revolution
is impossible in Israel."
"I can understand," Mrs. Meir
continued, "that they don't want
a 76-year-old woman as Prime
Minister. But I was elected."
She added that she "would
very much be tempted" to join
"anybody who goes out to dem-
onstrate against this old woman."
BUT MRS. Meir observed, "So
far we have heard only what they
are ;iga1n5t!*l hope they will come
forward saying what they are
for."
She may not have long to wait
An umbrella committee repre-
senting several protest groups
was formed i a meeting here
with the aim of exploring means
common program,
to cooperate and work out a
The organizers mc:uaed Ash-
kenazi; Prof. Amnon Rubinitein,
dean of the Tel Aviv University
Law School; rormer Navy Com-
mander. Vochai Ben-Nun, who
holds the rank of general in the
reserves; Hanaya Globman and
Ran Livneh, described as demo-
bilized paratroopers; Eli Ben Gal,
of Mapam; Yigal Cohen, of the
Free Center, a constituent of
Likud: Saadya Marciano, of the
Black Panthers; and Tzvi Kesse
of the Labor Party's social prob-
lems study group.
EARLIER THIS movement was
called "Le'jhinooy" (Movement
for Change). Its founders also
include Profs. Jonatiian stiapiro,
Michael Brunner and Shaul
Friedlander, the latter from He-
brew University.
Another group founded by Tel
Aviv University Student Motti
Beikman calls itself "Students
Who (are." Its first meeting
J4
Rsl
-4, $k f^^^l
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n W f **mr
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A large audience crowded into the social
'.all ct Sea Air hi-rise to hear Zvi Kolitz
peak in behalf of the JWF '74 Campaign.
rrom left to right are (top) Sidney Holtzman
and Carolyn Davis, area cochairmen for
Hollywood Beach Hi-rise Division; Alma
Heller, cochairman Sea Air and Albert
Ponn, Sea Air chairman; (center, seated)
Sara Munter, who acted as Mistress of Cere-
monies and Mrs. Jack Odsess; (standing) Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Ponn, Lewis C. Cohn, co-
chairman, Hi-Rise Division, and Jack
Odsess; (bottom) Joyce Roaman, her moth-
er. Alma Heller, who is Sea Air cochairman,
Estelle Schwartz and Mrs. Jack Odsess.
drew only 150 of the 15,000-mem-
ber student body at Tel Aviv
University.
But it reflected widespread
student sentiment in its caHs for
a change in national leadership
and "clearing the polluted po-
litical atmosphere."
A DEVELOPMENT paralleling
the growing citizens' protest
movements is the rising disaffec-
tion within Labor Party ranks
which embraces not only such
perennial dissidents as Arye
Eliav and Yitzhak Ben Aharon
but staunch party loyalists as
well.
This was manifested at a meet-
ing in Tel Aviv last week in
which dissatisfaction with the
goveinment was expressed by
such Labor stalwarts as Yitzhak
Rabin, the new Minister of La-
bor; Haim Barlev, the Minister
of Commerce and Industry; Po-
lice Minister Shlomo Hillel; and
Gen. Aharon Yariv, who recently
retired from the army to become
a Labor MK.
The meeting was held behind
closed doors at the offices of Res.
Gen. Meir Ammit, director gen-
eral of Koor, the Histadrut-own-
ed industrial conglomerate.
IN ADDITION to the Cabinet
Ministers, it was attended by key
Labor Party and Histadrut offi-
cials. While details of what trans-
pired were not disclosed, it was
learned reliably that the partici-
pants discussed what could be
done to reverse the present crisis
of confidence in the party and
restore its image.
Among the items of serious
concern reportedly discussed
were the demonstrations by ex-
servicemen and the need to pre-
pare for new elections.
Premier Meir only Mar. 27
characterized new elections as
"the worst thing that could hap-
pen." The Labor Party leadership
learned of the meeting in Am-
m't's office only after it was
held.
Mrs. Meir and Finance Min-
ister Pinhas Sapir reportedly de-
manded that the participants ex-
plain themselves. The party lead-
ership is also disturbed by the
large number of youths who at-
tended ?. recent rally here in sup-
port of Ben Aharon and Eliav,
the two Labor MKs who abstain-
ed when Premier Meir presented
her coalition government to the
Knesset for a vote of confidence.
AT THAT meeting, Ben Ahar-
on predicted: "This is the end
of an era. of a group of people
who know nothing, who have
been deaf to othe> voices, who
have been senile and unconsci-
ous of the dynamics that evolve
from the people."
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B'nai B'rith Women, Hollywood chapter General Meeting
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NOW Discussion Meeting 1:00 p.m. Home Federal
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TUESDAY. APR. 16
Temple Israel Congregational Meeting and Elections 8:00
p.m. Temple Israel.
WEDNESDAY. APR. 17
Hadassah. Beach group Regular Meeting 1:00 p.m.
Galahad South.
Young Leaders Council Meeting 8:00 p.m.
THURSDAY. APR. 18
Women's Leadership Meeting 8:00 p.m.
JCC Educative Symposia II Phil Baum. speaker 8:00
p.m. Temple Beth Shalom.
AJC. Abraham Heschel chapter, General Meeting 8:0C
SATURDAY, APR. 20
p.m. Temple Beth Shalom.
JWF Singles Housepaity 9:00 p.m. Pembroke Pines.
SUNDAY, APR. 21
Temple Beth Shalom Men's Club Breakfast 10:00 a.m.
Temple Beth Shalom.
Temple Israel Luncheon and Fashion Show 12:30 p.m.
Temple Israel.
Temple Beth El Annual Meeting 7:30 p.m. Temple
Beth El.
Young Professionals Live Band Dance 8:00 p.m. Len-
ny's Hideaway. Miami Springs.
Temple Sinai Fine Arts Series 8:00 p.m. Temple Sinai.
MONDAY, APR. 22
NCJW Board Meeting 10:00 a.m. Home Federal Bldg.
Hallandale
Hadassah, Hollywood chapter, Sabra Group General Meeting
8:00 p.m. Temple Beth Shalom.
TUESDAY, APR. 23
Hadassah. Hollywood Chapter Board Meeting 10:00
a.m. Home Federal Bldg., Hollywood.
Hadassah, Hollywood chapter General Meeting 1:00
p.m. Home Federal Bldg.. Hollywood.
WEDNESDAY, APR. 24
Beth Shalom Sisterhood Luncheon and Card Party 11:30
a.m. Temple Beth Shalom.
Fight-For-Sight General Meeting 12:30 p.m. Temple
Beth El.
THURSDAY, APR. 25
10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Senior Citizens Trip to Birch State
Park.
B'nai B'rith Women. Hallandale chapter Installation
Luncheon 12:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, APR. 26
BBYO Council Convention
AJC, Abraham Heschel chapter Family Living Shabbot
Weekend 6:00 p.m. 13341 Stirling Road, Ft.
Lauderdale.
SATURDAY. APR. 27
AJC, Abraham Heschel chapter Family Living Shabbot
Weekend 9:00 a.m. 13341 Stirling Road, Ft.
Lauderdale.



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Bar Mitzvah
LISA SELNER
Lisa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Seiner, will be Bat Matz-
vah Friday, Apr. 19, at Temple
Beth Shalom.
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PAUL ALFORD
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Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs.
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Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel
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urday, Apr. 20, at Temple Solel
services in Emerald Hills Coun
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GLENN GORDON
Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman Gordon, will be Bar
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Jeff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Aronson. will be Bar Mitzvah
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rael of Miramar.
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Richard, son of Mr and Mrs
Philip Edwards, will be Bar Mitz
vah Saturday afternoon, Apr. 20.
at Temple Israel of Miramar.
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Sharon, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Korn. will be Bat
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ple Beth Shalom,
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Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Levin, will be Bar Mit/-
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Georse Crane, will be Bar Mitz-
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Sinai.
A successful brunch was held recently in the Parker Plaza
complex to benefit the 74 Campaign. In the top photo are
Melvin H. Baer, 1974 Campaign chairman; Ira Hirschman,
who was featured as the guest speaker, and Rhona Miller.
Parker Plaza cochairman. Center photo shows Max Lieber-
man, chairman of the building's drive, and Irma Rochlin,
cochairman. Among the guests at the gala event were (bot-
tom, from left) Mrs. Bernard Ekstein, Mrs. Elias A Baum,
Mrs. Morris Markman and Mrs. Louis Paul Nestle.
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1RP Planning Coalition Bolt? ConSres*men Protest Torture Of
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| formed by non-Orthodox rabbis.
THE THREE NRP ministers
[Hazani, Interior Minister Yosef
I Buff, anfi1 Mffifster of Religious
(Affairs Yitzhak Rafael have
Icome under savage criticism
(from Orthodox elements for their
"disobedience."
Rabbi Zvi Yehuda Kook, the
|NRP's spiritual mentor, deliver-
a blistering attack on "those
Ithree persons who call them-
selves ministers" at a press con-
ference.
HE CALLED them "liars,"
"desecrators of God" and "crimi-
nals" and demanded the "de-
struction of the present govern-
ment." Rabbi Kook said it wasn't
the "Who is a Jew" issue that
angered him so much as the
willingness of the NRP ministers
to join a minority government
that has to rely on votes of Arabs
Knesseteis.
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Soviet Jew In Kissinger Cable
being voiced by recent Russian
emigrants to Israel.
Archer and Lehman said in
their cable, "To deliberately sub-
ject any individual to such har-
assment and physical pain for any
reason is unconscionable. To do
so to Rubinstein for his attempt
to exercise the basic human right
of emigration ... is an outrage."
In a letter received Feb. 22,
1974. Dr. Rubinstein wrote: "You
Alleged physical harassment
by Soviet authorities against
Jews seeking to emigrate to Is-
rael has prompted a bipartisan
protest by Congressmen William
Lehman (D.-Fla.) and Bill Arch-
er (R.-Tex.).
In a cable to U.S. Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger, in Mos-
cow, and a letter to Soviet Party
Chief Leonid Brezhnev, the Con-
pressmen mentioned Dr. Boris
know I was ill and now I do not
recover. I write this letter in bed.
My illness was hard and painful.
About a month and a half I laid
only on my back and I could not
turn on my side. I have lost
about 8 kilograms (17 lbs.) and
now I am utteily weak."
Lehman wrote a letter in Ru-
binstein's behalf to Brezhnev in
September of 1973. There has
been no reply.
Lehman and Archer have asked
Secretary Kissinger for a report
when he returns from the Krem-
lin.
Rubinstein and his family.
Dr. Rubinstein has been trying
to emigrate to Israel for three
years. Last December, he was
arrested and questioned by So-
viet authorities in Leningrad.
During questioning, he was re-
portedly severely burned by a
chemical; Rubinstein spent a
month in a hospital and is still
in bad health. Similar reports art
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pASSOVER has three levels.
There is the historical one,
remi iding us of the emancipa-
tion of the Israelis from Egyp-
tian bondage.
The conflict between the Jew1
and the Egyptians is almost a
chronic one. It is mentioned in
Scriptures, highlighted by Pass-
over, and continues until our day.
PASSOVER IS a time when we
lament the continued hostility
between the two groups. In the
Talmud the sages urge us to have
compassion for the Egyptians as
well as the Jews. We are man-
dated to spi!l a little wine In
remembance of thj suffering of
the Egyptians.
On the first plane, therefore,
Passover calls upon us to strive
to overcome hatred and to labor
for the cessation of human strife.
We must learn to win the enemy,
not conquer him.
On another level. Passover is
a nature festival. It bids us gaze
again at the miracle of nature
resurrected.
WINTER IS a grim time to
those who live in temperate or
northern areas. It means the ob-
Then along comes Spring, I
season whiih Pesacfa
And we have a rebirth of fj!:
flowers, of forests and fi
With the miracle there c<
warmth and a feeling of aw
nature revivified.
On the second level, then Pass-
over urges us to focus on the
marvels of nature and not to take
these phenomena for granted. It
should induce in us a sense of
appreciation of the glory and
grandeur of divinity at work.
ON THE third level, Passover
speaks to us not only of physical
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+Jewish fkx-ktian Shofer of Hollywood
Friday, April 12, 1974
Meaning of Cups of Wine at the Seder
By RABBI C. SCHULMAN
\V HII.i; nearly all festive occa-
sions in Jewish life have tra-
ditionally featured wine as part
of their ritual observance, Pass-
over is particularly marked by its
association with the ancient bev-
erage which, the Scriptures tell
us, "cheereth God and man."
Alongside the matzoh, bitter
herbs and other elements of the
Passover ritual plate, wine serves
as the backbone of the seder with
each of the traditional Four Cups
actually marking the different
stages of the observance of the
first two nights.
SO IMPORTANT is the wine in
the Seder, that it is one of the
few ritual observances required
of every Jewish man, woman and
child. Down through the ages,
Jewish communities throughout
the world have always sought
to provide wine to all families,
with the needs of even the most
indigent among Jews always
cared for.
Various explanations have been
put forward for the use of four
cups of wine in the seder. One
sage of the Talmud suggests that
the four cups mark the four dec-
larations of redemption in the
Biblical account of the Exodus in
which God pledges the freedom
of the Hebrew nation.
Another sage attributes the use
of four cups to the four instances
that cups of wine are mentioned
in the Biblical account of Jo-
se p h s interpretation of the
dream of Pharaoh's cup-bearer.
A third interpretation says that
the four seder cups are remind-
ers of the four ancient kingdoms
which kept Israel in servitude
Chaldea, Medea, Greece and
Rome.
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THE ADDITIONAL cup of wine
placed on the seder table after
the festive meal, and popularly
known as the Cup of Elijah, is
merely a fifth cup added to the
ritual in deference to another
rabbinical opinion which notes a
fifth declaration in the Scriptures
in which God pledges to bring
Israel into the Promised I,ana.
This cup gets its name from the
fact that it was left to Elijah in
Messianic days to solve the ques-
tion of whether four or five cups
are to be used on Passover.
While Passcver is the prime
example of the ritual use of wine
in festival observance, the con-
sumption of the beverage for
pleasure and satisfaction has
been recognized in Jewish life
from earliest antiquity. Unlike
some civilizations which condemn
the use of intoxicating liquors,
and others which have regarded
wine from a purely hedonistic
point of view. Judaism considers
imbibing in moderation as a good
thing.
THE SCRIPTURES tell us that
"wine maketh glad the heart of
man" and moderation is advo-
cated in preference to abstinence.
Jewish life in Biblical times gen-
erally accepted wine on a broad
scale with much of the gusto and
cheer of a modern British pub.
In one of Isaiah's dire warn-
ings, the Prophet declared that
"Amidst singing shall they no
more drink wine."
Neither was excessive drinking
unknown in Biblical Palestine as
evidenced by another of Isaiah's
admonitions of "Woe to the
crown of pride, of the drunkards
of Ephraim.''
Talmudic sources are rich in
comments on the effects of wine
drinking on the life of the Jen-
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wine was generally a good thing
when used in moderation. That
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righteous are all compared meta-
phorically to wine.
KEENLY AWARE of the dan-
gers and consequences of overin-
dulgence in intoxicating bever-
ages, tiic rabbis clearly recog-
nized the fact that it was not the
drink itself but the man, that was
the determining factor. Com-
menting en the effects of wine,
the Talmudic *age Raba says that
if a man "is meritorious, it
makes him happy, if not, it makes
him desolate." Speaking of his
own personal experience, Raba
felt that wine was responsible
for his intellectual prowess.
There was also much discus-
sion among Talmudic scholars of
the medicinal effects of wine.
"Wine is the greatest of all med-
icines," declares one sage.
"Where wine is lacking, there
drugs are necessary." Other Tal-
mudic opinions claimed that wine
promotes the appetite and that
the beverage "helps to open the
heart to reasoning."
Not all of the ancient rabbin-
ical opinions on the subject of
wine were strictly empirical. One
scholar, Abba Saul, gave an ac-
count of some original research
on the matter. He told of his ob-
servations while he was frequent-
ly engaged in burial chores and
he had an opportunity to note
the effects on the body of the
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NO EXODUS FOR
SOVIEr DANCER
VALERY PANOV

Kolpakova, prima ballerina,
party member: "Out of the the-
ater, you traitors, Fascists, Zion-
ists!"
Vikuiov, premier of ballet,
party organizer: "It is a treason
at the temple of the love, purity
and friendship. Get out of here!"
KAPLAN, MY choreographer
and teacher: "We gave birth to
Panov. Now we must kill him."
Rassadin, premier of ballet:
"Panov is leaving us, betraying
the great art, the best in the
vorld. ji tne r.jme of petty prof-
EDITOIfS NOTE: Following are
some excerpts from a letter of
April 5. 1973, from the Soviet
ballet d^..cei Vaiery b Panov
to Sen. Henry- M. Jackson of
Washington, received in trans-
lation Panov was dismissed as
^jjrincipal dancer in Leningrad*
Kirov Ballet Company after he
applied to go to Israel. His
wife. Galina Rogozina, a bal-
lerina, was demoted and later
left the company. In mid-1973.
Friday April 12, 1974
that the Panovs could leave
soon if they stopped encour-
aging further attention in the
West to their situation. But
Panov's request to leave with
his wife was officially rejected
in September. 1973, and again
early last February. The Con-
gressional drive to link free-
dom of emigration for Soviet
citizens to extension of trade
concessions by the United
States has been led by Sen.
Jackson.
By VALERY S. PANOV
JJEAR MR. JACKSON:
To give you an idea of my
life and its present atmosphere
I will tell you a short chronicle
of my "departure case."
April 23, 1972: I and my wife,
Galina Rogozina. a ballet soloist,
declare our intention to leave for
Israel, at the Kirov Theatre.
APRIL 27: My last perform-
ance. It is prohibited to me to
greet and thank the public. Flow-
ers presented to me are not giv-
en me on the stage. My wife is
pushed aside irom a tour abroad.
She is advised to find another
husband. Having firmly opposed
the pressure, she is transferred
to the corps de ballet.
April 29: Our "social trial" at
the theater. Here are some quo-
tations from our colleagues'
speeches:
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The haunted look on Valery Panov's self-portrait in a photo
obtained by ths Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry reflects
his plight. Subject to mounting harassment by the au-
thorities, the famed dancer has now been given an unten-
able choice: leave his wife, Galina, in Leningrad and exit
to Israel alone, or be denied permission permanently and
face trial as a "parasite."
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its in the decaying Western
world."
Pavlovsky. dancer: "For Panov,
we must contrive a punishment
which is non existent in the hu-
man Soviet law not to let him
out and to exile him, into Siberia.
He ancP'Itogbzina' are selling
themselves to an imperialist
service."'
April 30: KGB officials intim-
idate my relatives, forbidding
them to give me their consent
for leaving Russia. (Having giv-
en in. my father, though a pen-
sioner, will be later rewarded
with a title of Economist Emeri-
tus). Same "work" with my
mother-in-law.
MAY I: Asked by my wife for
her consent, her mother replies:
"It is a pity there is no Stalin
now. Had he been alive, he would
have shot you down, you fascists-
Zionists. And 1, as the mother,
would have been happy." Then
she tried to beat her daughter.
my wife. (Later, she was thanked
with a good pension and an ac-
commodation card in a sanitor-
ium).
May 3 to 10: A process is being
framed up against me for "hav-
ing beaten my mother-in-law."
After scandalous exposures by
Western media, the "trial" Is
closed. I am expelled from the
theater on the grounds of a "staff
reaction." Visas Dept. (OVIR)
does not accept my papers under
every pretext; they are accepted
only on the eve of President
Nixon's visit.
May 26: I am summoned to my
local police station to explain
why I am not working, being
jobless oniv during two weeks!
On my way back, a man makes
me a row. accusing me of having
spit on him. A police car comes
in that moment. I am arrested
and given 10 days of imprison-
ment for hooliganism.
JUNE 4: President Nixon left
the USSR. OVIR gives me back
all my papers a5 being wrong in
Continued on Page 12-B
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Friday, April 12, 1974
Midrash Shows Moses' Love of Animals
By ESTHER EISEN
'pHERE IS a beautiful midrash which tells how
Moses was chosen to lead the Jewish people
out of Egyptian bondage. As the story goes, Moses
was tending the sheep of his father-in-law Jethro
in the wilderness. A young kid ran away.
Moses followed it until it reached a ravine,
where it found water. When Moses caught up
with the kid, he said, "I did not know you ran
away because you were thirsty. You must be tired
now.'' He picked up the kid and carried it back
to the flock.
THEN GOD said to Moses, "Because you have
shown compassion in leading back one of a flock
belonging to a human being, you shall lead My
flock, Israel." And shortly after, Moses went to
Egypt to begin the struggle for the liberation of
the Jewish slaves.
The attitude of kindness and consideration
for animals that permeates this story runs through
the Bible, the midrash, the legends of our people,
the Talmud, rabbinic sources, and Jewish litera-
ture generally.
The rabbis of Talmudic times summed it up
by savins that the prohibition on causing unneces-
sary suffering to animals ("tzaar baalei chaim")
is derived from the Torah and is therefore a cen-
tral tnet of Judaism.
BESIDES MOSES, there were other char-
acters in the Bible and midrash who showed kind-
ness to animals. Nnh. who ran what was essen-
tially the first wildlife reserve in history, did not
sleep for 12 months when ne was taking care of
the animals in the ark, said our sages. He was up
day and night, giving each animal its special
food-, feeding each at the proper time, abound the
clock.
The midrash about David is similar to the one
about Moses. David was a devoted shepherd, and
made sure the older sheep would not take ad-
vantage of the younger ones. He took the young
sheep out first to graze on soft grass, and later,
the adult ones to feed on the stubble. God said:
"He who takes such pains to make sure each
individual animal gets his food is the one capable
of leading the people."
THE BIBLE itself has numerous laws per-
taining to tzaar baalei chaim. For example, on
the Shabbat not only people but "your ox and
your donkey rest."
The fields are' left fallow in the 'seventh
(shmitah) year so "the poor of your people .
and the beast of the field" may eat from them.
If one's enemy's donkey is groaning under his
burden, one must lighten It, even on Shabbat:
the Talmud says that the easing of an animal's
suffering overrides the observance of Shabbat.
The Torah tells us that a fanner may not
nuzzle an ox while it is threshing the grain, nor
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uiay he plow with an ox and a donkey together.
Medieval Jewish philosophers suggested that the
reason for this law was that the ox was stronger
and it would be hard for the donkey to keep up
with him if both were harnessed to one plow.
THERE ARE many other Biblical sources
for the Jewish approach to tzaar baalei chaim,
and legends about Talmudic scholars and Ha-
sidic rabbis who had special feeling towards
animals abound.
Some Jews have been particularly ac-
tive on behalf of animals. The Royal Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA),
the first humane society in the world (formed
in England in the 1830's) had as one of its found-
ers and activists a Jew, Louis Gompertz.
There is also a recently-formed organization
called CHAI an acronym for the Jewish Com-
mittee to Help Animals. CHAI, based in New
York, takes as its rallying cry the words of the
great Yiddish writer, Isaac Bashcvis Singer:
"For animals, it's an eternal Treblinka."
Singer is one of the CHAI's founding spon-
sors, as are other leading Jewish intellectuals,
writers and rabbis.
AS WE celebrate Passover, the holiday of
our liberation from slavery, it is fitting to recall
the story of the Hasidic Rabbi Zusia. The rabbi
used to walk from village to village, collecting
money to free prisoners.
One night he stayed at an inn where there
hung cages with beautiful birds. The birds were
beating their wings against the bars, struggling
painfully but in vain to get out. Rabbi Zusia
went over to the cages, opened them, and the
liberated birds flew away.
V.
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Continued from Page 1-C
nature but of human nature. The
festival sings to us of the need
to establish more freedom in the
world.
As vicariously we groan with
the Hebrew slaves at the Seder
table, so should we ask ourselves
whether we countenance slavery.
Some of us do. We put our dear
ones in thrall. We often tyrannize
and terrorize others, sometimes
in our offices, sometimes in our
homes, sometimes in organiza-
tions. Passover urges us to cele-
brate freedom by granting a
greater measure of it to those
whose fate we control.
AND LET the third level of
Passover, the recognition of the
horror of slavery, stir us to ask
icance
whether we are not the victims
of the crudest form of bondage:
self-slaverv.
The oiu Libles contain the
archaic English expression: "Then
it came to pass," and then there
is an account of some episode.
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Pharaoh Can't Quit Oppressing Minorities
By RABBI ALAN W. MILLER
IT IS fashionable these days to
kick nineteenth century liberal
optimism. Of course it was poly-
annaish. Of course it expected too
much too soon.
But its essential belief that
men must assume responsibility
for their world is crucial for us
also. Reason may have proved
a frail reed. Unreason will of a
surety destroy it.
PERHAPS WE ha"e been over,
ambitious. We dare not scrap the
only tool left to us, reason. There
are indeed diabolical forces gen-
erated by men and societies. We
study them, we analyze them, we
endeavor to understand them. To
cope with them reason is a weak
tool. Unreason is suicide. The re-
ality principle is man*s last hope.
Pa-Fovcr. The Exodus from
E.aypt circa 1300 B.C.E.
1974 C.E. Perhaps there is a
connection. Perhaps not. It is
Jewish narcissism which sees Is-
rael in Egypt as a prime preoccu-
pation of Pharaoh. According to
the historians Raamscs pressed
all the ethnic minorities in the
Nile Delta into his building proj-
ects.
NOT ALONE the "Jews" but
the -Blacks." "Puerto Ri-
cans" and "Chicano Americans"
who had come to "America" to
enjoy a higher standard of living
than that to which they had been
accustomed ("corn in Egypt" was
not only on the lips of the Ja-
cobs of those days.) Our ances-
tors escaped through the genius
of Moses.
Others were less fortunate.
Reading the biblical account of
the Exodus is a parochial experi-
ence. A little like reading an ac-
count of an airplane crash with
loss of life to all followed by:
"There were no Americans on
board."
BUT THE rabbinic Jews had
rejected such parochialism and
could even feel sorry for the
Egyptians. "The works of my
hands are drowning in the sea,"
says an ancient rabbi in the name
of God, "and you would sing
songs?" To celebrate Passover
1974 in the spirit of the original
Passover would be a blasphemy,
collective self-idoltry. Two-thou-
sand years ago the Pharisees un-
derstood that. We should do
much better.
The rabbis also said something
else. "Ten measures of witchcraft
entered the world. Egypt took
nine and the rest of the world,
one." The rabbis could not have,
known what we moderns have,
learned from Erman, Brested.
Wilson and Frankfort but their ;
intuitions are usually pretty
sound.
They sensed what we know
that Egyptian religion was the
quintessence of magic and that i
whatever else the Exodus from ]
Egypt was meant to be. it was a
departure from the infantile, pri- j
mary process consubstantiality |
of man and got! to a world in
which Yahweh's will alone was
supreme. Man and Nature are
devalued by the Exodus.
THE WAY to salvation hence-
forth is by imitating God, not
pretending to be God. A process
of collective individuation begins
with the Exodus which via Hel-
lenistic and humanistic refine-
ments will lead in our own cen
tury to the potential of the high
est level of autonomous human
thinking yet achieved in the his-
tory' of the race.
How to implement that poten-
tiality is the challenge of the
twentieth century.
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Friday. April 12, 1974
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Continued from Page 3-C
known drinking habits of the de-
ceased.
THE DRINKING habits of the
sages themselves varied. Many
said they were easily affected by
the liquor with Rabbi Judah not-
ing that, while he imbibed only
for religious ceremonies, the
four seder cups affected him for
weeks after Passover.
Even the phenomenon of the
hangover is given considerable
attention in the Talmud. One
Talmudic saying declares that
"Wine is strong, but sleep breaks
its force." Another Talmudic
source recommends either sleep
or a long walk to chase the after
effects. Another remedy suggests
rubbing the hands and feet with
oil and salt.
With the advent of the post-
Talmudic period, Jewish leaders
focused their attention on the
ritual needs for wine. Besides
Passover, the ceremonial use of
wine includes kiddush on all fes-
tivals and the Sabbath, the re-
cital of the Havdalah service at
the "onclusion of every Sabbath,
weddings and other joyous occa-
sions.
LIVING IN A Gentile world,
the Jew"s need for wine was com-
plicated by the requirement that
the beverage be kosher, not only
in the usual sense of the term
that it be free of prohibited in-
gredients but there was the
additional requirement that ko-
sher wine be produced exclu-
sively by Jews.
In view of the importance of
wine for ritual observance, the
Jewish communities began very
early to regulate the wine trade.
Even more attention was paid to
wine production and trade by
Jewish communities in the Medi-
terranean lands where the liquor
was generally important in social
and economic life.
Some Jewish communities in
fifteenth century Castile even
provided for special taverns
where kosher wine could be
available to Jewish travelers. In
many Spanish communities, the
Jews even regulated prices,
quality and profits in the wine
trade to ensure a fair distribu-
tion.
THE VITAL nature of the wine -
trade to Jewish communal life^
is further shown by the fact that
many Jewish communities im-
posed special taxes on the sale
of wine with these proceeds ear-
marked for Torah education and
other religious and charitable
purposes.
Although funds could be raised
in this manner, the main goal of
the regulation was to ensure that
all members of the community
had wine. Even indigent stran-
gers who weie allowed to spend
the night in the local synagogue
were provided with wine for sac-
ramental purposes.
IN SPITE of the fact that strict
regulation of wine production and
distribution was the rule in Euro-
pean Jewish communities, there
were frequent cases of mistrust
by one locality of another. So it
wast hat Rhodes Jewry banned
wines imported from the Jewish
community of Candia and other
neai by islands.
The growth of the Jewish wine
trade reached its climax in the
middle of the eighteenth century
when a veritable wine war broke
out over differences between the
Jewish communities of Hamburg
and Bordeaux. When Hamburg
Chief Rabbi Jonathan Eibeschutz
banned the Bordeaux wines and
Hamburg importers sent their
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wishes you and yours a
HAPPY PESACH
Florida State Headquarters at the
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Samuel Reinhard, Chairman
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A Passover Hagadah prepared
by the Central Conference of
Americcn Rabbis published by
Grossman.
own supervisors to the Bordeaux
wineries, the Jews of the lat-
ter community resented the loss
of the wine faxes and retaliated
by boycotting all wine trade with
Hamburg. The is^ue was eventu-
ally resolved when the Hambu-g
Jewish wine Importers finally
paid the tax.
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kosher wine and shifted the con-
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quarters to comercicl enterprises.
Kesher wines, now available in
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the tables and homes of Jews on
ritual occasions just as they did
thousands of years ago. ,i
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in the text, have been aided by
Eliyahu.
To be sure, there are many
times when people mistakenly
imagine that they have seen Eli-
yahu. A man came to the rabbi
of Bialystok and said he had seen
Elipahu.
"How did he look?" asked thu.
rabbi. "Was he carrying a ladder
in one hand and a broom in the
other?"
"Yes," said the man.
"And did he look very dark?'
asked the rabbi.
"Yes," said the man.
"And was his face covered
with ashes?"
"Exactly," said the man.
"Well," said the rabbi, "that
was not Eliyahu, chat was the
chimney sweep."
BUT THIS, of course, does not
mean that some have not seen
him. One day the whole world
will see him. He will introduce
the Moshiach.
All the people of the worlrf
will be standing around and Eli-
yahu ha-Navi will come forth and
make a little speech. He will say:
My friends, please everybody,
be quiet. We have a very distin-
guished guest here today, a man
you have been waiting for a very
long time My friends. I don't
want to keep you waiting any
loner.
"ladies and Gentlemen, I pre-
sent the Moshiach."
Ann tobickei'i
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by Leonard Baskin from a Passover Haggadah prepared by
the Central Conference of American Rabbis and published
by Grossman.
Passover Greetings
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This Passover, after Yom Kippur 1973. we must express
our faith in the future by asking a Fifth Question...
"What more can we do to improve the quality of life
for our people in our community and in Israel?"
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There are many answers
but only one response -
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