The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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

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wJewisii Flaridli&n
nml SIIOFAIt OF GREATER IIOI.L1WOOII
L'olume
4 Number 22
Hollywood, Florida Friday, November 8, 1974
Price 25 cents
pacesetters 'Shomrim Soiree' Set For December 15
n and Nathan
Cbait arrange-
(.nl. the SlMimrim Soiree"
(, ... by the Pacesetters
,>.,,, : the I'nited Jewish
I|Ml 71 camimign in the
| m of the Diplomat
| nday, December 15.
I or the e-.e^ant din-
, ., ill start at 6 p.m.
| follow at 7 p.m.
rd "shomrlni" means
i ,,.. signifying the (fa it
. i| le who guarded the
i-, n Lsrae!, 'I'lie lions
were guardian,
i < (' lardinns will
\ t itad to a full
I Minment with
| I'st.
Mrs. Gordon and
K Mis. Paul
l Paul Wciner and
tnian.
1 '. the event Is
ri with Hcrhert
MKS. AlUN GORDON
Katz and Ben Tobln acting as
honorary chairmen.
M.i. onaon are Rabbil
AvrOffl Drazin. Robert Frazin,
Samuel Z. Jaffc. Chahn List-
NATHAN PHITCMK
field. Morton Malavsky, Harold
Richter, Harvey Rnsenfeld,
David Rosenfeld, Harry K.
Schwartz and David Shapiro.
Sponsors at the present time
2,500 Leaders To Attend
iJTWF General Assemble
representatives
every organized
.mi.. In the United
made are expaoted
13rd General As-
II "1 Of JewK-i
Welfare Funds
igc Nov. 13-17,
R i, tnond F.nstein
esldi rrt of the

the theme: "i
llic New Chap-
lip of the Jew-
as and \Ve:fare
i America will
Hd M and
Hotel foi
ive i. voted fa
- ent of the crtt-
; lor i needs ha-
ul Jewish eom-
u ea Ian expect-
ed as we!] from Israel. France.
! ami South
a Mr. Epatain noted that
li expected to be
"st in the Council's 43-
>ear history.
The Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds is
the association of central Jew-
ish community organizations
Federations, Welfare Funds.
munity Councils serving
lewis!) communities in the
United States and Canada. It
aids these communities to mo-
.1.' maximum support for the
IMA anil other overseas aren-
as well as for major na-
i and local MrvioM Involv-
ing financing, planning and op-
health, welfare, cultural,
stional community relations
and ether piograms benefitting
Poor Aid
Grant Gets
Stop Sign
NEW YORK (JTA) The
City Administration has stopped
a $750,000 two year grant to aid
the Jewish poor nine months
after it was approved, it was
disclosed here by S. Elly Rosen,
associate executive director of
the Association of Jewish Anti-
Poverty Workers (AJAPW).
At the same time. Rabbi Jack
Simcha Cohen, executive direc-
tor of the Metropolitan New
York Coordinating Council on
Jewish Poverty, sent a mem-
orandum to the Council's board
of directors several days ago
stating:
"Al of Sent 30, all funds for
Continued on Page 13
sians Seen Ignoring Agreement
Emigres as Jews are Threatened
DON UTA^ New re-
I r.jrassment, break ins
against visa appli
;'d Jews generally con-
to pour in from the So-
~ len than a week after
nnouncement in Washing-
the I'.S.-Soviet understand-
lal waj supposed to elimi-
harassment and ease visa
ktioni,
"ish sources in the Soviet
V> r< ported that militiamen
|nued to invade the apart-
occupied by Moscow Jews
>st their jobs after applying
P l sas.
E MILITIAMEN said their
were to check on unem
fed wrsons of Jewish nation
' who had applied for emigra-
f .urces said.
Kiev, hooligans broke into
|ap;.rtrr.ent of Jewish activist
Tartakowski and stole
documents while Tar-
***' was staying with his
grandfather, Jewish sources re-
ported.
It was the second time since
Oct. 18 that an attempt was made
to enter the flat. The sources
said that since Tartakowski has
been under day and night sur-
veillance by the KGB, the bur-
glars could not have broken in
without the connivance of the
secret police.
The Odessa flat of another
Jewish activist. Lev Roitbard.
was searched by the KGB last
week. They confiscated Hebrew
books and a food parcel from
abroad. On the next day. Mrs.
Roitbard was charged with black
market activities.
HER HUSBAND was asked to
give evidence against her but
refused, Jewish sources reported.
In Minsk, the capital of the
Byelorussian Soviet Republic,
warnings were distributed to
workers not to talk to foreign
correspondents. Although the
warnings were addressed to al)
workers, they were handed only
to Jewish workers, sources re-
ported.
The Byelorussian state publish-
ing house announced a second
printing of Vladimir Begun's
book accusing Jews of counter-
revolutionary activity. About
25.000 copies of the anti-Semitic
book have already been distrib-
uted.
MEANWHILE, Alexander Vo
ronel, the 43-year-old Jewisk
physicist, has gone into hiding
to avoid arrest on charges of
parasitism. Voronel, who had to
leave his job two and a half years
ago because he applied for an
exit visa and has been unable to
find other employment was sum-
moned to a hearing in Moscow.
He was accused of "parasitism''
and given two weeks to find a
job or go to jail.
include Paul Anton. Dr. Norman
Atkin. Mr. and Mrs Melvin
Baer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baer,
Lao Balkin. Ross Beckerman,
Isaac Benwitt, Zachery Bial,
I-ewLs Gbtaa, Morrie Courtney.
I. A. Durbin. Mrs. Albert Lin-
stem Allen Gordon, Jules
Gordon, Martin Haspel, Sydney
Holtzman, Benjamin Klein, Paul
Kixnig, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Kraemer and Dr. Meron
Levitats.
Also Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Margulles, Jam Martin. Dr.
Samuel Meiine, Maurie Mey-
ers, James Fox Miller. Joseph
N'emerson. Paul Nestcl. Dr.
Robert Pittei:, Albert Ponn,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pritcher,
A. J. Salter. Bon Salter, Leon-
ard Schiff, Dr. Joel Schneider,
Reuben Schneider, Joseph
Schwartz. Saul Seidman. Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Shenker. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Smallherg,
Otto Stieber, Mrs. Marcia
Tobin, Paul Weiner. Albert
Yorra. David Yurra and Sam-
uel Zeitlin.
Pacesetter chairman Moses Hornstein congratulates Mrs.
Karen Margulies, Women's Division Campaign vice presi-
dent, on the notable advance contributions of her division
while Mrs. Hornstein looks on.
Robert Baer Reappointed To
UJA Young Leaders Cabinet
Robert Baer of Hollywood, has
been reapjiointed a member of
the nationwide United Jewish
Appeal Young leadership Cabi-
net. Donald S. Gould, chairman,
has announced
"Mr. Baer's record of concern
and Support for the Jewish
pie has marked him as one
whose service on the Young
Leadership Cabinet will be in-
valuable in these crucial times,"
Mr. Gould stated.
"The 1975 UJA campaign year
will < a year in which our sup-
port for the people of Israel
iter than ever be-
fore, because their human m edl
ire i n '. Niter than they
were during the war itself. We
.' looking confidently to Mr.
Baer for the leadership that will
be so essential if we are to fully
meet our traditional human-
itarian responsibilities this com-
ing year."
Mr. Baer. associate chairman
of the 1973 Greater Hollywood
ffOBfftT BAM
United Jewish Appeal Cam-
paign, serves on the board of
directors of the Jewish Family
Continued on Puce 2
Symington Says
Atoms in Mideast
By YITZHAK RARI
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Sen. Stuart Symington (D.,
Mo.) said here that nuclear weapons have been p.aced in the Middle
East
He made the disclosure in an unexpected departure from the
text of a statement he was reading at a meeting <>1 the General As-
sembly's First Committee (Political Committee', which was discuss-
ing the subject of 'Non-Proliferation and Related Nuclear Issues."
Continued on Page 9


Pcge 2
*J*ii>trhridlian and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, November 8, 1974
Chairmen Appointed For
Broward United Way Drive
Edward Saar, Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea architect. Arnold Ramos,
vice president for communi'y
development of Gulfstream Land
& Development Corp. and Ft.
Lauderdale businessmen Gerald
F. Bott and John F. Ring have
been appointed section chairmen
of the 1975 United Way cam-
paign.
Saar. a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami, is chairman of
the architects' section. He is a
member of the American Insti-
tute of Architects.
Ramos, former District Four
engineer of the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation, is chair
man of the deveionment and
construction section of the
United Way.
A senior member of both the
Florida Engineering Society and
the National Society of Register-
ed Profession.il Engineers.
Ramos is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida.
Bott will head the "other
major groups" section and Ring
has ben appointed real estate
section chairman.
Bott. manager of Kidder. Pea-
body & Co.. will handle United
Way accounts which do not fit
under sDecific headings. A mem-
ber of the Ft Lauderdale Rotary
South and a life member of the
New York Chamber of Com-
merce, he ii also alumni chair-
man for Florida for the Univer-
sity of Arizona,
Ring, owner of John F. Ring
Realtors, was real estate section
chairman for the 1972 United
Way campaign. A past president
of the Ft. Lauderdale Sales and
Marketing Club and Ft. Lander
dale Jaycees. Ring is a past di-
rector of the Kiwanis and is a
director of the Broward County
Safety Council. He is vice presi-
dent of the Ft. Lauderdale Area
Board of Realtors and a director
of the Florida Assn of Realtors.
Mrs. Robert O. Powell of Ft.
Lauderdale and Dr. David J.
Preacher of Hollywood have
been appointed section leaders in
the 1975 United Way campaign
Mrs. Powell is vice chairman
in charge of the residential cam
paign. Dr. Preacher, a chiroprac
tic physician, is heading the
chiropractors section.
A graduate of the University
of Florida, Mrs. Powell is past
president of the Childrens' Aid
Club and the Junior League of
Ft. Lauderdale. She is a mem-
ber of the New River Council.
Dr. Preacher, who was also
chairman of the chiropractic sec-
tion of the United Way last yeai
is a member of the Greater Hol-
lywood Chamber of Commerce,
president of the Broward County
Chiropractic Society and member
of the Florida Chiropractic Assn
and the Council of Roentgenology
of the American Chiropractic
Assn,
Scholarship Ball To Honor
Dr. and Mrs. Joel Dennis
P'ans are being finalized for
1 1 ;.:th annual Scholars! .:> Ball
Ol the Hillel Community Day
DR. and MRS. JOEL DENNIS
School. 21288 Biscayne Blvd.,
North Miami Beach, accord,ng
to Mr. and Mrs. Michae: Sc
ad Mr. and Mrs II. rliert Gold.
rmen. The dinner dance will
lc hel I Sal irday at s
the Diplomat Hotel, V.
IT. and Mrs. J.*?: !>
f" nders of the school, are being
honored for their dedication to
i their hard Work frorr.
its inception to the
They will receive an award for
' (Standing achievement and
ce years.
Dr. Dennis was founding presi-
dent of Hille, and is present...
chairman of the building fund.
Peshe Dennis serves as regi-tra-
tion vice president and has
boosted school enn/iment to a
rev. high,
The principal --.eaker for the
evenin- will be Rabbi Max Lip-
schit/ I'.ai I.i Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, is a very 1
friend of the Dennises.
Dr. Lijjschitz. ordained at
Yeshiva Universit)
Ma*1 'ce in Education
Iron bia University and
his Ph.D. in Semit lid Hebrew
Studies from the Universit;. of
Wisconsin.
"Torah education is the life-
line of Jewish survival." Dr.
Lipschitz sal I Hit sin
he added, i; x< f irthl r Jewish
education fur ti.e ;. well
a. the old.
The Hillel :.ty Day
School, which offers the finest
secular and religious education
to more than two hundred chil-
dren from the North Dade.
South Broward area, is a bene-
ficiary agency of Federation.
Dr. Did PreochM 4rn.W Bomol Mrs. Robert Powell
[dwaid Saar
Jahn Kimq
CtrwHUtt
Maria Gale Guest Speaker At
Women's Institute Meeting
Maria Gale, social worker for
Jewish Family Service which
represents Broward County, was
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FIREMAN'S
FUND
AMERICAN
IMvMcci tcmrt'iii
and Grandparents now living in
various geographic areas.
The new Jewish concept of
Havarah. a group of people get-
ting together to establish social
and familiar ties. was NgpW
as an effort in replacing th<'
family tie now weakened
through our mobile society.
The next meeting of the Wom-
1 n's Inttttute wi:i Ik- held
Thursday, I ><. 12. with spouses
invited fa
Arts And Crafts Exhibit
The Fall showing of arts and
crafts is scheduled Saturday and
Sunday in the Diplomat Mall
Hallandale. Outstanding local
and out of town artists and
craftsmen will exhibit pottery
pastels, macrame. graphics, oils'
u atercolors, acrylics, woodenv.
ing. weaving and sculpture
NOW Presents Review
At its general meeting Mon-
day National Council of Jewish
Women, Hollywood Section, pre-
! a review by Mrs. Isabel
: <>t the book "KissinL'p!" by
I.. Kalb and Bernard
Robert Biter Reappoioled To
UJA Young Leaders Cabinet
MARIA GALt
the -. e iker of the Jewish
Federation Women's Institute
meeting which look place recent-
ly at the home of Ilene Weis-
berg, Women s Institute
ient.
The Women's Institute reprc-
those women who seek to
strengthen their ties to Judaism
through cultural, educational
and social pi By thi
knowledge gained at meetings,
the w imen are afforded a great-
er Insiehl Into their roll
dividuals while becoming Jewish
Community le;<
Maria Gale's experience in-
- working for common
inclusive of e
ell as in-in;; famil-
iar with problems that repre-
sent crisis situations to many an
indi\: lal I! not t wi
fectively the crisis can res I
a total break a family
relations-:
The program revolve I an
Ish Family of Today."
led isk ns
on the role of the Jewish moth-
n effectively instilling Jew-
ipts in everyday situa-
i
Ms, Gale also touched on the
s bject of the transient society
of todayhow families can re-
the closeness that once was
marily established through
lirth, is compared to parents
Continued from Page 1
and is currently vice
and ; asl treas irer of
Temple Beth El In H
He is also on his eongn nation's
1 card of dire* tors,
Mr. Baer, vice I of
Baei 's Furniture, a retail |
' -t ire, is a member of the
Hollywood Chamber of Com-
e i (e 1 ai ticipated in the
Young I.' adership Missii n
rael.
In his acceptance remarks,
Mr. Raer s.ud thai he was hon-
ored and pleased to be re
IKiinted to the Young Leadership
Cabin 1 b 1 thai he was awat
ot the terrific resporu
ii.. it implies.
"It is on;- tradition, the Jew-
ish tra lition," he sa d, to do all
in our |*mer to ensure that not
of our peop:e is need. 1
distress: I am confident that my
berahip on the Yl.i!
to carry out tin- :
1 with much greater el-
than previously."
The Young leadership i/abi-
ret Ls a division of the I'JA
' aining younger men between
of 25 and 40 for post
" m 'd top leadership within
the American Jewish communt-
ty.
The Cabinet also seeks to
an awaieness of tradi-
tii rial and contemporary Jewish
and iii.story among its
1 ers through thru
n in missions to Israel,
encea, retreats and other
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11/1/74


IW'
November 8, 1974
+Jf**isHh>rkHan and Shofar oi Hollywood
Pag* 3
flistadrut Treasurer Honored
4t Breakfast Reception Here
fotadrut's newly elected
ijlrer. Israel Kessar, was to
'tli* g<"*' "{ honor at a
\y.
\
nun KISSAK
|bi*akfa*t reception Thursday in
| od.
i. i holds a key post
Ijn the tuecutive bureau, is re-
tponsible for support of the
[jany social welfare and aid
[projects funded by Histadrut ef-
Ifcrts here, lie is planning fi-
liaacial support for the expect-
ti influx ni SnMt't Jews under
tbe immigraUon agreement
I between the United
|- ind the Soviet Union.
ABBDUncament of Kessar's vis-
bsu made jointly by Dr. Leon
I- National Board chair-
Inn and Dr Morton Malavsky,
[chairman of the South Broward
Icounci! of Hlttadrot
At 41. Ktssv has reached a
Ihigh position in Histadrut with
Ipeat responsibilities. A trained
[economist, lie served as employ-
Imrt advisor on rehabilitation
of the handicapped for the La-
Ibar Ministry As treasurer, he
I usilile for distribution of
I million in revenues
1 i.- Histadrul activities.
Amonc his current rasponsibil-
I the so-called "American
: With Ili-.ta.lnit
II lion fund raiaing in the
IUnited States to aupport the
I social welfare
| Histadrut in Isrwl.
The enite to hold
I Histadrut, Kw-
I uly interested in
I
>l living of
I ind the disadvan-
deeply Involved in
R> expansion of the Amal Tech-
network which
rtant role in skill
Mini,' toi the unskilled.
it to Hollywood,
itli the Advisory
.mil donon to
toael Histadrut Foundation.
t "t their talks were
f** Ubiu pa Ilk aupport
' housing, educa-
foi Israeli vet-
the exiiccted influx of
' Jews annually who will
ervices.
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It is likely that many of the
Soviet Jews will be in need of
retraining to fit in with specific
skills needed in Israel, and the
impact of more than 60.000 ad-
ditional immigrants a year on
the Israeli economy will be sub-
stantial.
Housing, hospitals, job train-
ins and social welfare will all
be required to fill the needs of
the new immiKrants. The Israeli
economy, already disturl e.1 by
war and the rehabilitation goals
set to deal with returning vet-
erans and those who depend
heavily upon Histadrut sponsor-
ed piograms, must be realigned
with the needs of these new im-
migrants as well.
Over 70% of the Israeli pop-
ulation now dei>nds upon His-
tadrut for health and welfare
support in some way.
3 Senior Adult
Trips Scheduled
In Next 2 Months
The Senior Adults of the Jew-
ish Community Centers of South
Florida have enjoyed two the-
atre presentations thus far this
season. "Un-
cle Vanya" at
the Ruth
Foreman
Theatre was
one. "The
Man of La
Mancha" at
t h e Holly-
wood Play-
house, the
other.
For 17 Sen-
ior Adults
from the Hol-
lywood area who participated
in an overnight trip to Disney
World. "Its a Small World"
provided pleasure, and the Lowe
Art Museuam visit took place
this week.
A tour of Coconut Grove with
a visit to the Grove House Ex-
hibit 'Faith Fibers 'n Fantastic
Forms." will take place Wednes-
day. Nov. 20.
Two December trips are of-
fered. The film "Madame But-
terfly" will be viewed Dec. 11
and a tour of tbe Crandon Park
Zoo is scheduled Dec. 18.
Please call Stephanie Engel-
berg at 920-2089 if you have any
questions pertaining to the
above tri|>s.
Slifhamit fueJtktrf
Broward Office
For Arthritics
The Broward County office of
the Florida Chapter, Arthritis
Foundation, has been o)>ened at
6130 Hollywood Blvd., Holly,
wood, according to an announce-
ment made i;> s week by Rich-
ard Kurras, president of the lo-
cal group.
Kurras stressed that the Ar-
thritis Foundation is a totally
independent agency whose sole
purpose is to serve arthritics in
Broward County." A program of
public education, clinical and
occupational therapy services,
information and referral and an
equipment loan closet will be
among services to be rendered
by the organization.
Samuel P. Lewis, a resident
of Hollywood, is president of the
Florida Chapter. Arthritis Foun-
dation. Jack Grant has been
named to staff the Hollywood
office as Chapter Representa-
tive. The office is open from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Beth Wilkov Receives
Award Of Merit Pin
Beth Wilkov, who graduated
from Temple Beth Shalom Reli-
gious School in June, '74, has
been awarded the AMI bronze
pin for having successfully par-
ticipated in the Yediat Israel
Examination, organized by the
Committee for Yediat Israel.
Over 8,000 students through-
out the country participated in
the contest for the Award of
Merit of Israel (AMI), spon-
sored by the World Zionist Or-
ganization and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. The test was taken
at Temple Beth Shalom religious
school last May at the conclu-
sion of a study program about
the State of Israel today.
Youth Aliyah Pledge Luncheon To
Mark Chapter's 40th Anniversary
IRA GOLDMAN, D.M.D.
FORMERLY WITH
DR. MARSHALL,
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING
OF HIS OFFICE
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In 1934, under the directorship
of Henrietta Szold, the Youth
Aliyah movement had its in*ep-
tion. Since then, over 150.000
children have been rescued and
rehabilitated in Israel. Over the
years, Iladassah has contributed
over $70 million to help main-
tain 270 children's villages and
all day centers.
The Hollywood Chapter, with
some 1.500 members, consists of
nine groups: Beach, president,
Mrs. William Schulman; Golds
Meir, Mrs. David Green; Hall-
mark. Mrs. George Sass Vixen-
thai; H'Atid, Mrs. George ef-
tell and Mrs. Stanley Zlotnick;
Henrietta Szold, Mrs. Alex Pack-
er; Hillcrest, Mrs. Sophia Press-
man; Mt. Scopus. Mrs. Jerome
Simons; Sabra, Mrs. Leon Brau-
ser and Shalom, Mrs. Evelyn
Simon.
To celebrate ihe 40th anniver-
sary, Hollywood Chapter Hadas-
sah will hold the Youth Aliyah
Pledge Luncheon in the Reef
Restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale at
noon Tuesday, Nov. 12.
On the dais will be the speak-
er of the Jay, Mrs. Henry Gold-
man. National Hadassah Vice
President of membership; Mrs.
Maxwell L. Weisberg. Florida Re-
gion President; the Chapter pres-
ident, Mrs. Archie Kamer;
Chapter Youth Aliyah, Mrs.
Charles Wolk; Chapter program
vice president, Mrs. Ethel K.
Schwartz and Chapter fund rais-
ing vice president, Mrs. Earl
Hcichen.
Group Aliyah Chairman who
will also be seated on the dais
are: Beach. Mrs. Charles Seigel;
Golda Meir. Mrs. Lawrence
Singal; Hallmark. Mrs. William
Silber; H'Atid. Mrs Helen Trich-
ter; Henrietta Szold. Mrs. Oscar
Winkelstein; Hillcrest. Mrs. Lil-
lian Corbat; Mt. Scopus. Mrs. Lil-
lian Harris; Sabra. Mrs. Martin
Sklar, aid Sholom, Mrs. Dan
Pollin.
A musical program will be
presented by Cantor Jerome
Klement of Temple Emanu-El,
Ft. Lauderdale.
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to attend may still make reser-
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*Mtf Hcrr/frr
and Saofcrx of Hollywood
Friday. Norember 8, I97J
I
Hussein Alone at Rabat
.
The s=iit =osc the Arci -zs :ve: the ?='.es^r.
icr.s w=s 'well lUustnaawJ crt the MMI :-"je:er.:e wfcaa
Jordcru s K^= Hussetr. sot crt the coherence JcJt.e o-cne
seocrote:: trrtrr. the others.
Tie populsjly-beid Arab bobdb '-- ** AraW
wffl prev- rr.d fed a new- ?=!= sur.:". nation w arJ
on the West 3cruc oi the Jordan.
:-:.r.c Hussein cos not -rree Fc: r._~ Ptt.est^te is
another name ior his own nation It is 3 ran oecu.-rer.ca.
-_t z: i-:cs: on tail IBM Israel is in accord w-.t= .-._..
The exien: to which Hussein would hove held t=s: to
his ~trtctp.es would he the extent JC which we wouid
gcuce the possi: :: peace in the Miadle East.
3ut he'has not held tost He das rors promisee at
milirrt lr. enect he has handed ore: the West Bank to
Yah Ararat
Whether or 00: Isroel -onis :t ore: becaura H -s
hml Who oc.--r.es -_-.e ".Vest Son,: a :: the gauge ior
r~o:e .0 the NLddle East.
Gauze tor Peace in Middle East
The United Nations :esc.-o:r. recocn^mg the Pales-
tine Liberahon Oroor.^a^ro as the representative oi the
Pcles^man DSSfaV :z.~es tde MM *** ~e *
so"
The Conference 0: Presidents 0: Moor American Jew-
ish OTo:na^rt.ons aptly observes tor out oi an estimated
two rr.i-',---. ?o_eszr..rr.s moce than 50 percent are r.ti-
aaaj :: 0:00- whc o=%-e tne ?LC -e r.ght tc represent
them-
I; was oerair.lv r.:: S120 Hussein who has insisted
thot he speajLs tor the ?oks-_r_ar. EflMK
And --no gave the PLC the r.gr.: to represent the
~--.e:s~ Aoaa: no: tne Palestinians, who live in refugee
oamns m Lebanon or woo hor r__: r.ew l.ves ror them-
=.-.-e= in Syria KawoD oral Beraal Arabic.
Toe PiC 00s -ever won an tladMB. nor even held
:r.e tne Coccerezre 0: Presidents rerr_r.ds us.
lr. :;: as we see it the PlC s r.gh: :o represent
the rulwuin'miii wen won by victim and bloody acts of
PLC BNKM antscted oqoaMl tne wry BBaaOBB who voted
c*. the OM to recognize it.
That is a aaefeaB '-: aaBM nations to mttoao&M IB
'.::- .'.-.-. DM EVOVBS BOtan 0: DMh surrender ot interna-
.-.'.'. that rar. be said at tba Bomer.: .s that out z:
Babal [(!> BM anooe :: '::oaas t.r.g reset by the
ihedn or; ail potrtififmi ;t Arabia
Tit.:; ;-et::e M rhose f.~zzz la 1987 r.e :^iec tne
the other Arabscno los: jte "''?; So.-j: tor his ettorti lr.
1973 r.e ::_o.v *...-. :r_y g kakttn Bmnbtf :: rocps whea
o rr.ore tiete..red aflatl rr..oa: *;_ rove pro I Ml ror.: :::
Isroe:
A: labcd oe aas CanteM to captasoaa or.o toe DOB-
equencw :o who] .; kol :: hii ^-.000 a-.- wbI ;-?
Emanu-El Anniversary'
Temple Ebmjbo-B is oeleo:ot_ag .ts Sim OWuraBHry.
or.a South r.or.aa Jewry oms in r:agra-..ata-.g the roa
gr eg anon
Temple Emanu-El throughout .ts a_s__r.o__sae-o etst-
er.ee has given tne commumr.- pres.oer.-.i :: :e-a-::r-_;a
chairmen ot Israel Senas ar.a r.e Cammed ,"-:wisn
Appeal Israel Emergency Poad oampaigns ar.a Bach a.-
rerse o:gar_nati;as as Hadossah Hebrew L'r_versity ano
other Jewish oihliations :; r.-rr.e:;_i to mention
Under tne szs.-z. .eaoersnir :: L- L.ano Lehrmon
tc: almost a third :: a cenrury 1. ot ne Temo.es 35
veers second third and even rourth gene:ort.on tam_v
members ct us :;_r.ders w_l ne among tne celebrants at
the stellar arr_versary even- Sur.oav Bhjhl
T.aj is tne higher, lend ot praise ot a rongregc-_on
has -.-__;.;.- :e::ne 0 tamay as 1 Lv a :>
tng_-sned "ew^a DM re_g:;_sly rulruraLv r>-;----r:.
rally ::.: tradinonally.
Orthodox Jewish Gathering
We ore always happy to welcome the r.rt.onol
gatherings ot 'ewish or gar, motions here
One Rich j the ~th nan.versa.--. ri convenhon
oi the Union oi Orthodox Jewisn Congrecatx>as oi Amer-
ica scheduled tor tne Boca P.orton Hotel and Club at Boca
Rclon on Not. V to Dec 1
The convention *~Z teat are a pro-gram ior Jewish sur-
vival Involving sfudies m idennty education and coen-
m-uniry action.
ve oi soecial value to
The Rabbi Was a
.*- =- ?*-----s Leo
Its deliberations should pro
ail Jews interested m these oenral ^sues and that just
about includes everyone of us not just members od-
hCatec wita oongre-gmoni in the COJCA i-rVtVT

^ Jewis
-that pur-
raf the rr-.r.
-
DtoM nti
:* fcw
Kbbmm
Md nothing her* Oor-
hia that I
ocmrj ft ^~
ABOIT VJHITK
--. f. .-
-4* Juoe-
- to tar ibU-
lews
Mj -_ b .-.....- I Rabbi
ine cmlinuH to i* wooaer-
mer.t that he has cwne *
ritfa >i> mar :*>*'-
rrier.ts
Hi ^< for WBiiiptr a poor
orator. There is nothing rra>mrt
- mj "veis.inic :r bh
BM ruie a>
the JDL
UK DOBS wi Iwlm his
HfTff -*.-. 1 magnificeirl
pouriag ol rationa. t- f what
A....J even be better for his
..... '..:
Ha oratorica: technique is
iron^ m r m>ms to me. i?
one
>rf rhet..nc be-
iyt (*; thr put
krx~ than "n '*-*
the
HAS ite knou:edce to
That is to
the speaker says 0
It B t-^e in
the absurdit. I
epted as

AND SO. in one appearance
ay Rab; Ka^ane
that it a< necessary that
strike the first blow
r.pur War of 1973
so that Poland and the Black
African town of Israel not
understar.: Israel's intentions.""
This was the way Rabbi Ka
hane took to criticize Dr K;s-
- *arnine to Israel that
- must be no Jerusalem-di-
rected preemptive strike.
THE I ROM" here is so heavy-
handed that it defies the or-
dinary observers inte: licence
and WBaria the skilled observer.
Sj wanders after a while in a
a'.f RJlbi'+^ lhpi
meanings, such as:
An allusion to the revoh
y poiitica: infrastructaB
of the United Nations that ha
isolated Israel from the
fi.endly Communist bl
An understanding of
Black African nations as f,
merly grateful racipienu of
raeli technical and ecunonuc
,..tance. who have since becoii
capOlMI of Third War proa
earxia against an "impertaliaj
Lsrae! that links the Africam
the imperialist Arabs instead;
RecoUection of the Kissing
er anti-Israel dictum on the 1
of the Yom Kippur War that,:
the event of an Israeli preen
tive strike. Israel would have
go the war alone that
vithout U.S. assistance;
An ability to handle a
ond ironic reference before
first has been analyzed,
without which the first can
be batty appreciated, that
ican Jewa sit back quietly
Henry Kissinger respunis to |
imperialistic intimidation of
Africans and Soviets to dismea
ber Israel.
CThere must be." pleads
Rabbi. "Jews somewhere
who are wilting to protest,
march for something
Vietnam. Cambodia. Black civ
rights, grapes and lettuce."1
KOR IJSTKNERS to Rab
Kahane to have to go thr
this kind of tortured reason
to get at the root of each
his ironic meanings is more
f'ontinaeB" aa Page IS
MATTER OF FACT
B> MflBra AXfMV
Lo tnrW Tinv- Sindicate
WASHIN S
wak- 0 ake
I the
- an
I believe il
-
The
e: t* --..-
' -
now
I
-
- town.
THf. IT \I.I \N 1
jf otner ^rge mu-
alitiei art already bar.*
II
Hea mr not
-. ts arc not
eak-
i -
'^ senxe has all
function for much
-
No one car. rw at an that

rea. c u^
ierie; 1 | Maaani
Tit, -.'
IN ITAH
axaitfa-iae e tjian-
-JSiag thr
progress.v faaMn c< the normal
d a
XvHATFVKR YOU may think
pardon for Nixon. PraaV
mjch that is
el to
generate a new sense of r.at;
.te with
the dar.-ers tha" 'us.
That is the failure.
To discover the prevailing
.:
took at fv fi .-.: r 1 a bjm
news; ape rs.
: last week, for in-
star., rh front past ear-
ned .-- a .: the
wretched e\-President; sonie-
the fortune of Nel-
n a
Bm remark the chairman
' fx.t>nomic Ad-
'-. J so on and on and on
*ET Till* fl M ^a^e MB well
ahead : .tor's
. 1. e far more
e to the Seru.'- -
'. a hold on
fetera! paj raises.
Fbf tx-al purposes, the
proposal to pay no more money
for our vast buraauoracv was
President Ford's solitary e
far I la 1 real
abo. Bttoa.
So this w^s a matter of seri-
-tern national import,
although the 5Jenate most cer-
Bv JOSEPH ALSO
*
. did not debate the mat
in those terms-despite the
ord pn.-e rises is the last montl
MEANUHULE. although
problems are less appalling tha
Italy's or Britain's, they
plainly more dangerous
more deep-rooted than any
of proMems the Unite i Stati
iced since the end >f Worl|
War II.
We should be concentrating!
these problems instead of col
centrating on the shabby litt
|UM to the tra;.
ltd ht NLxon or the exted
of Rockefeller's ajaajth. It is
a a .- the job of a Ptesi lent
enforce this kind of nation
concentration.
Consider, first, the ; robkal
Inflation heads the list becau
it hurts the largest number
Americans. If inflation contia
at the present rate, moreove
our whole political and eeon
system will be fatally defor
in the end. But there are ot
hideous problems, too.
BEHIND THE inflation rat
for instance, there is the
threat to the whole financial iq
tern caused by the great rise
oil prices.
Linked to that pri.-e rise M
CaacinaeJ oe Page
pJenisli Flcridiar
M PLANT lit x x. th 8t. MIubI. Fta. Ulto r*""* W-
lOUrWOOD VRCC Tekphont J7J-
P.^ Boi :->. Mfcaaa. Pioaro* JJioi
"^S ^J^SPIF* 8?-NNE SHOCHBT SBUIA M T^JJjgl
""'"* "" Hb.uhr i.,, u,%c Bdncr AHtaum to Publl|
XtTA GOODMAN \> iwnlliuior
o tiw Mertm1M A#w^ti^ In Ita C*9~*
u ,_. _, "Wi.h.i Bl-weaau by tb jwMk rtortdia*

* Umted Sutes. thank
Gd. ? are _: a j- better off
tea many .. ye;
baacaily. haw the on trou- mil iT 5^ iL>"TTEE ~ h,.* wiitaaa, Qulraw: R" B*
bta that they ha. w ""^ ""^ N""~" ** ""^ ?
facrng facts "until
0 noapitais 1
rz*Lr:J~r~- "^ai EMU a
S^ WOT*.
..* Art. ''*
I Aaa*cUtlMi. Ai"*""".
Right he _# .-*
banc failure, at jtast I
Prescient PtanTa new brar
BBBBaBBl -liert-_;
st-aacaaT;...N rates

(Local Awi Qa, Tar R". Oat at Town
VohBn4
Prtdoy. Noramher 8. \T\
Numb
23 HESrTV'AN 57


November 8, 1974
* kni*,l IkrirJiftri and Sboiar oi HoDyvrood
Page 5
ICollesre Of

Federation Knowledge' 3-Part
Training Session For Women's Division
* Women's Division of the
Iwi'h Federation of South
VlIuI, was pleased with the
\*Lt.l its recent College of
Ration Knowledge, the con-
art ued to fain the Division s
"Wn. Cabinet and executive
MnJ members.
TV programs were structur-
i^on a tri-semester basis; tak-
I w place c" three consecutive
Zrsia.s The speaker at the
id session. Beth Hurwitz. Is
tt National Jewish Communal
ider Women's Division of
Cftderatl >n of New York. She
Unite on subject* such as how
to campaign, face to face solici-
tation, parlor meetings, and the
o;ening and closing.
The day was informative as
the concept was structured
aro. nd the philosophy: "You
"got to have heart" the
Hebrew concept of Tzedakah
si eking justice transferred to
charity or giving can be reflect-
ed into any aspect of campaign-
ing.
Ms. Hurwitz established that
there is a definite need for a
woman's gift, then went into the
specifics. The women present
responded by raising over
I,
|WS ARIENE RAY, MRS. AUDREY MELINt, MRS. JANET BERTMAN,
MRS. BETTY KAIL.
If A
HELEN COHEN, JOYCE NEWMAN, HELEN GLASSMAN,
SUEGUNZBERGER, LOUISE DIAMOND, PHYLLIS KRAEMER.
Applications For Academy
dominations Being Accepted
Applications from those inter-
|d in competing for a Con-
Ipwsional nomination to one of
I9* Service Acad-
I im entering in
r ''iiily being ac-
IjWed by Congressman Bill
Wur.an of Florida's 12th Con-
[pfssionji District
Congressman Lehman will sub-
IJM nom itioni in December,
'"?to the U.S. Air Force Acad-
|P;* I S Military Academy,
If I S Naval Academy, and the
[lS Merchant Marine Academy.
Coagressman Lehman will
ten voung men for each
JJttncj at the \ir Force, Mill-
w anM N,val Academies.
* *"11 re one vacancy filled
Men of the three academies
put year.
Jhe procedure for nominating
'Is to the United StaWs
fj*ant Marine Academy dif-
wsfrorr, the Procedure followed
ll, 0,hpr ,hr"e academies in
'* "oroinees compete accord-
2 < St.,;,. quotas, and each
?" of Congress may nomi-
""* s many individuals as he
F w chooses In addition, the
.= '<' "J Mmitting young women as
^'s last year.
aW 9tTton interested in at-
].*' "> UA roast Guard
L;?*** > obtain a catalogue
Udin" a''nl,ca,,on form bv con-
Coneressman Lehman's
Washington office. The Coast
Guard Academy does not use
Congressional nominations as a
means of selecting its Cadets,
but Congressman I-chman never-
theless welcomes hearing from
all younc men interested in the
Coast Guard Academy.
Applicants for all the Service
Academics must met the follow-
ing qualifications: 1) He or she
must be a permanent resident of
Congressman Lehman's District.
The 13th District encompasses
Northern Dade County, including
the Northern half of Hialeah
and part of Miami (north of 62nd
Street). Congressman Lehman
al-o represents the Southern part
of Broward County, including the
City of Hallandale. 2) He or she
must be a United States citizen.
3) He or she must be single. 4)
He or she mud be at least 17
years of a?e but not mare than
22 years of age as of July 1,
1975.
For further information re
pnrding Congressman I^ehman's
nomination procedure, applicants
should write a personal letter to
Congressman Bill Lehman. Room
502 Cannon House Office Build
ing. U.S. House of Representa-
tives, Washington. DC. 20515.
The deadline for Service Acad-
emy applications for next year's
class is December 1, 1974.
$19,000. It was a tribute to the
Women's Division Campaign-
leader Karen Margulies and her
entire cabinet.
During the previous College of
Federation Knowledge session,
the speaker was Larry Garvis of
the Dale Carnegie Institute.
Garvis discussed speaking
more effectively, specifically be-
fore groups. He too had specific
steps to follow culminating
with each woman speaking of
herself. It was done so well that
Women's Division president
Marcia Tobin remarked that she
felt a speaker's bureau could be
developed easily from the talent
that had been shown.
The initial speaker, Manheim
Shapiro a Jewish philosopher,
educator, and pragmatist, spoke
eloquently on: "Are You Play-
ing a Jewish Role?"
The College of Federation
Knowledge is a beginning. The
real work ahead is in both cam-
paigning and educational pro-
grams. Programs geared to help
the individual become more
cognizant of her Judaism and. in
turn, bring her message to oth-
ers.
Herbert Katz, president of the
INA LINDA, SUE MILLER, AVIVA BAER.
Wa
SYLVIA ABRAMS, ELEANOR WEINER, JOANN KATZ.
LARRY GARViS, MARIAN LEVITATS.
Executive Coanmittee Appointed
For New Hollywood Medical Center
The board of directors of the
Hollywood Medical Center. Inc.,
presently under construction at
3600 Washington St. in Holly-
wood, has appointed six area
physicians to act on its executive
committee.
The Hollywood physicians are
Women's Plea'
Program Dec. 8
At Beth Shalom
"Women's Plea for Human
Rights on Behalf of Soviet
Jewry" will take place at 2:00
p.m. Sunday, Dec 8. in Temple
Beth Shalom. Hollywood.
Sponsored by South Broward
Jewish Women's organizations
with the cooperation of the Com-
munity Relations Committee of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward. the day will feature
Mikki Shiff. Yiddish singer and
dancer; Abe Gittelson. Jewish
educator, and Rabbi Harvey
Rosenfeld. Temple Beth El's as-
sistant rabbi.
It is interesting to note that
Mikki Shiff. 21 -year-old from
Coral Gables, and a mezzo so-
prano attending the University
of Miami, was recently named
Jennie With the Light Brown
Hair" for 197S in the 24th an-
nual vocal competition at the
Stenhen Foster Memorial at
White Springs. She was awarded,
out of 20 contestants, a $2,000
scholarship.
The event, open to the public
without an admission charge, is
Heine convened bv the National
Council of Jewish Women, Ro-
berta Karch, representative.
Axel E. Strauch. M.D.. Chief of
Staff: Paul L. Rodensky, M.D.,
Chief of Medicine; George Crane.
M.D., Chief of Surgery" Raymond
P. Nolan. M.D., secretary-treas-
urer; Harry C. Dobbrunz, -M.D..
Vice Chief of Staff, and Yale Cit-
rm. M.D., member.
The executive committee of the
acute care Medical Center, sched-
uled to open before the end of
the year, is a standing committee
responsible for assuring the
quality of medicine and co-
ordinating the activities and gen-
eral policies of the hospital de-
partments. The committee will
act as the liaison between the
medical staff of the hospital and
the board of directors.
Eleanor Methot, R.N.. has been
appointed Director of Patient
Care Services. Leonard Wein-
stein. executive director, an-
nounced.
The appointment places Mrs.
Methot in charge of the depart
ment of Nursing Services. Medi-
cal Social Services, Medical Rec-
ords. Inservice Education and the
Medical Library of the new 334-
bed general hospital, scheduled
to open late this year.
Neil Michael Sorrentino is the
Center's Associate Executive Di-
rector.
"As the Associate Executive
Director,'' said Mr. Weinstein in
announcing the appointment,
"Mr Sorrentino will take func-
tional charge of the Professional
and Administrative Services to
include aboratory. Pharvacy, Ra-
diology, Nuclear Medicine. Re-
spiratory Therapy. Emergency
Department and Inventory Con-
trol.
Jewish Federation of South
Broward Inc., waa a guest
speaker at the final session. He
spoke of his recent Mission to
Israel and how, as American
Jews, we must help Israel.
Mr. Katz said, "A Women's
Division is extremely important.
It is through the woman that
she carries the message to her
children therefore playing a
most important role in the con-
cept and understanding of Ju-
daism and helping fellow Jews
become interested in the local
and overseas needs of world
Jewry."
United Way
Totals Show
lucre
ases
A more than 34 percent in-
crease has been reported in
pledges to the 1975 United Way
camiiaign from the 280 business-
es and professional groups who
have completed their campaigns,
Harold E. Walker, 1973 cam-
paign chairman, reported.
"We realize these early re-
porti are going to show a high
percentage Oi increases." Walk-
er -aid. "These are well plan-
nod, well conducted campaigns."
Iiendix Corp.. t.>r example,
which completed its campaign
Friday and is not yet included
in the total computerized report,
announced SO percent Increase
in its net gain and a .'!.'> percent
Increase in ; e capita gh ing.
Of the completed remits in
the major group division, the re-
sults are up more than .'i per-
cent The completed prolessinn-
al reports show an increase of
nearly ".2 percent.
Actual dollars processed are
$164,131.97.
The United Way Ls striving
this year to raise $1.9 million as
a hare bones budget to meet the
minimum needs of its agencies.
Friendship Club
Honors Weiser On
80th Birthday
An 80th birthday luncheon
celebration was sponsored by the
Senior Friendship Club honoring
William Weiser, past president
of the club Tuesday, Oct. 15, in
the temple's ballroom. Some 220
guests attended the festive cel-
ebration.
Guest speakers were Dr. Mor-
ton Malavsky, spiritual leader.
Jack Shapiro, past president of
the temple, Mrs. Rose Blonder,
president of the Senior Friend-
ship Club, Mrs. Edward Hoff-
man, president of the Sisterhood
and Hank Krnstoff, representing
the Men's Club. LouLs Bernstein
was chairman of catering and
table arrangement.
Dorothy Kowitt, vice president
and master of ceremonies, pre-
sented a musical interlude fea-
turing as guest artists Cantor
Irving Gold who sang Hebrew
and English songs, Sol Wein-
stein, tenor, presenting a med-
ley of international songs an 1
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Margolin,
Miami Beach, singing Yiddish
songs.


Page 6
+Jeistrkrkfian and Shoto of Hollywood
Friday, November 8,
BBW Membership Seminars Sitmar Combines East, West
Conducted By National Staff fa T1.ails.paiiama Cruise
loan Millen
Lee Lane
fdis Parkans
Oevera BlurnoU
B'nai B'rith Women know th^t
' the needs of a steadily incn
population within their com-
munities can he met only by in-
' creasing 'heir services. To meet
le needs BBW will concen-
trate its efforts on a membership
campaign durins January and
February, 1975.
The 50 chapters in Dade and
Bronard Counties, through their
four coordinating com
held concurrent member
seminars Oct -7 thru Oct. 30.
Plans were macie at this time
to include participation of the
7.000 women new committed to
BBW in the-e areas,
A national BBW staff conduct-
j of
De\ era Blun
- the BBW
\..\ in i! Mi .. ni
and the Inl itive
Joan Mi ;ic
the National Director of Member-
ship, and Lee I.nne of Los
Angeles. Calif, the National
Field Representative of B'nai
B'rith Women.
B'nai B'rith Women partici-
pate in contemporary Jewish life
through working with Jewish
youth, adult Jewish education
programs and suDportins a va-
riety of MlkM to Israel. They
make a positive contribution to
their communities through thPir
efforts in behalf of the handi-
capped, the veterans, and disad-
vantaged individuals in all age
ips, and they initiate inform-
ed social action within their
community and nation. The
nifirance and value of these pro-
grams and their involvement hi
them gfvai mtadMN a reward-
ing lease of achievement and
pride
For further information in
Broward Canty contact Sandra
Roen In Dade Countv contact
Alma Hofstadter or Adele Beck-
erntaa.
Hollywood Girl,
Israeli Husband
On Ch. 1 Dec. 1
Foi
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hood has planned a Bo.
,'-"' :. Xm lfi.
he new Miramar Lanes. The
>od mem-
il] be
rw ert Kapit may
b contacted for information
to learn more
about membei |e jn
,!l !' nvited to call lira
Michael Gleicher, Mi
er
Sitmar Cruises combine
ico. the Caribbean and South
America with the Panama Canal
in i Februarj 5, 1975 sailing ol
the T S S Fairsea from Los
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The 25.000-ton luxury liner
will call at 15 port.- durin.
34 d ans-Pau
Canal Voj
The cruise will also be sold on
a 17-day basil from either Los
Angeles or Port Everglades Spe-
cial air sea arrangements are
available from more than 60
dtiei in the U S. and Canada.
EASTBOUND, ports of call in-
clude .Vapulcv Balboa and Cris-
tobal in the Canal Zone. Curacao.
faCnaira San Juan. St. Thomas
and Nassau before arrival at Port
Everglades.
The westbound voyage will in-
clude stops in Haiti. Cartagena.
Puerto Vallarta. Mazatlan and
Cabo San Luras in addition to re-
Volnnteers Need
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Decoration**
I.eggs, the little plastic case-
that stockings are in. are needed
by th more 1.000 volunteers of
the Retired Senior Volunteer
Program.
The volunteers plan to decorate
them, fill the cases with candy
and deliver one to each resident
"i .i Broward convalescent
home.
RSVP. a United Way Agency.
is putting the posters in office-
and stores in an attempt to get
people to donate the empty
Cases and materiel! for decor-
ating them mav be delivered to
the RSVP office, 1300 S. An
Ave., Ft Lauderdale. or
they will be picked up by calling
.">28.
The RSVP program is a (
ponent of the Service Agency for
Senior Citi
turn vi.-its to Curacao, the
Panama Canal and Acapulco.
In planning Sitmar's single
1975 tran--Panama voyage, John
R, Berry, Vice >'<-ident market-
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offering the greatest variety of
atmosphere The Painea will
Stop at the most popular ports of
Mexico, the Caribbean and South
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He added that the entire 34-
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Friday
November 8, 1974
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> Am\l> fhrirfijup and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 7
I.
By BOB KEBBH, fircufivc Director,
Irwilh federotion of South Broward, Inc.
By BOB hKKIIKI.
, know it today, is very different [rum a genera-
Il.c hew Ideal concept hai vanished; the extended family
ipeared. Since the advent of the bomb" there's been many
revolution*, changes and disruptions in our lives.
m fog technological advancements and developm* nt-,
move nentl of people to new environments seek-
! new ways of life. The extended family unit which
j,,i done much t" reinforce each other, is fast disappearing. The
-cousin* club" is no more.
Tbday when we have problems, we visit the psychiatrist, take
( in Parent Effect!von Training," Transitional Analyst!,
a. ing. The "good Manda" of our childhood and early mar-
bvc one their own ways ami we are left alone. It appear!
e do lunger lie long to anyone except our nuclear family (husband,
. hil.liern.
Whereas Die Jewish family once depended upon each other for
it. that famiiy. as we knew it, no longer exists. Inter-
. rates are alarmingly upthe divorce rate has increased
I iportion where present statistics indicate that one out of
e. o iplei who got married in any given year will at .some
|
A ne lent is 1-eginning to occur in American Judaism.
[I The Havurah. The Havurah is a group of famlllaa
hi to ten) who moot to mmlialln and t<> enjoy Jewish
: t. Actually, It la a substitute extended family. They
- i eal together and celebrate Jewish living together,
ori each other by being with each other. A Havurah
.. ol belonging; 'hey enter into each other's homes
ead; the anonymity that threatens our lives is possibly
11] unique opportunity for self growth anil expiv
A Havurah can te a social or learning experience. In the com-
wnere the Havurot Movement has begun, it has been or-
primarily by Temples and Synagogues, and in a few com-
ninitiM by the Jewish Federation or by individual getting together
any .sponsorship.
The ll,r. irah will have its moments of frustration as well as
menU of exhilaration. It is hoped that In bringing families
together, it will also bring out the best in each individual. Havurah
initial problems as it takes time for a group to gather and
learn about each other beyond the superficial amenities of acquaint-
' ilcei Uma to (earn to relax with one another, to admit
ni tat ions and to recognize their frailties. These are thing*
happen in close relationships over a long period of

togetbera are not meeting*, but rather a relation-
ii. i.
It in our confused world of dislocation, frustration and
i his may be a way for some <>f us to begin a I
ind developing close personal relationships,
Guilford Plaza Wight In Israel*
lo Honor Nathan and Martha Pasik
P sza, 401 Golden
1 ;" HaH indale, win pre-
DAHHY JAOmOHf
,,.,,
'" m Israel" Wednes-
30.
at the Israel Bon Is
.than and Martha
k, recipients elect of the
State of Israel Scroll ol Honor,
ente I by the Israel Bonds
Organisation Cor outstanding
service and leadership in fortify-
ing the economic foundations of
Israel.
Pasik. who was born in Israel,
and his wile are both mcmlwrs
of the South Broward Israel
Bonds board of governors and
are active in the Jewish Welfare
Federation Of Greater Holly-
wood.
Special guest at the Guilford
Plaza "Night in Israel" will be
Danny Tadmore, one of Israel's
most acclaimed and versatile en-
tertainment ixrsonalities.
Musician, arranger and actor.
Tadmoie is master of both the
classical and popular guitars.
and ate vocal repertoire includes
songs in English, Hebrew and
Yiddish.
Tadmore. arias holds the rank
of lieutenant in Israel's Defense
Forces Reserves, was called to
active duty during the Yom Kip-
pur War.
USY Weekend To
Be Hosted Bv
Temple Sinai
Temple Sinai, Hollywood, will
host a USY weekend Nov. 8-10.
a:i Bth to l-th grade USTers
from the Miami to West Palm
Beach area are invited.
A itinralating weekend has
been planned by the temple's
Senior USY group under the di-
rection of Rabbi Chaim I.istfield,
Advisor Richard Oorseri. senior
USY president Susie Tanur and
cochairpeople Rena Fijhcr and
Linda Myers.
Highlights of the weekend will
include an outdoor creative serv-
ice Friday evening; a dance with
a live band Saturday night; Sun-
day morning sunrise service on
the beach, and special surprise
guests.
Study sessions throughout the
weekend are based on the theme
"Judaism Past and Future
Tense." There will be socializing,
sporting events, singing and
dancing. Every minute of the 48
hours will be crammed with fun
and learning. All the guests will
be housed in private homes.
Jerald Raticoff and Dr. Alfred
Rosenthal. cochairmen of the
Youth and Education Committee;
Mrs Jeanne Waldorf, Sisterhood
president, and her committee,
devoted parents and USY'ers
have been working hard to in-
sure the success of the weekend.
All 8th to 12th grade USVen
are urged to fill out the applica-
tion blanks that were sent to
their temnles and return them
immediately to Temnle Sinai.
1201 Johnson St.. Hollywood. Fla.
33020 For further information
call the temple office.
Seminar On Intermarriage
The Young Professionals and
Professionals II, serving Dade
and Broward County single
adults in their 20's 30's and 40's.
are cosponsoring a seminar on
intermarriage, featuring a rabbi,
priest and psychologist discuss-
ing "The Religious anil Psycho-
logical Aspects of Intermarriage"
at the Home Federal Bank. 1720
Harrison St., Hollywood, Wednes-
day at 8 p.m.
Both members and non-mem-
bers are invited according to
Marty I.istowsky, president.
???AskAhe???
By ABRAHAM B. WAI.PERV
Question: The observance of
Yalu. eit has drawn many peo-
ple to the Synagogue. Is the
Uce Of reciting the Kaddi-h
and lighting a lamp based on
ICl Ipture or is it a tradition of
latter-day i i te n Jewry as the
name Yahr/cit implies?
HARRY Mi:.VS< Hi;.NFKKlND
llallandale
Answer] According to all
source! the word Yahrzeit, from
the German Jahrzeit, whose
literal meaning is "year time"
or anniversary, denotes the oc-
currence of the anniversary of
the death of a relative for whom
mourning is enjoined.
The commemoration of the
Yahrzeit on the Hebrew date of
the anniversary is observed for
parents. Some extend it also to
brother, sister, son, daughter
and spouse. It is additionally
observed for outstanding in-
dividuals.
The Yahrzeit is observed by
the lighting of a candle on the
eve of the anniversary, and re-
maining lit for twenty-four
hours. It is also observed by
recitation of the Kaddish at the
three daily Synagogue services
and. in some communities, also
by fasting.
It is generally believed that
while there is some reference
in the commentaries regarding
the observance of the day of
death, the custom of the Yahr-
zeit ,-!-, practiced today, ori-
ginated in Germany in the Mid-
dle Ages. It spn ad to other
Jewish communities, and the
c -turns for kindling the lights,
reciting the Kaddish and fasting
were regulated.
Chapter 221 of Volume 4 of
the Code of Jewish Law (Kitzur
Shulchan Aruch) deals in detail
nbout the law of fasting on the
Yahrzeit. There is also a short
sentence that says "it is custom-
ary to light a Yahrzeit candle."
(emphasis supplied, A.B.H.I
It is believed the custom of
lighting a candle is linked with
the passage in Proverbs 20:27
"The soul of man is the lamp
of God."
Jewish practice attests to the
perennial symbolic significance
of lights as reflected by the
frequent ritual use of lights,
from the .Menorah in the Tem-
ple to lie Sablath and Hanuk-
kah lights, fiom the Net Tamid
(the Eternal Light) in the Syn-
agogue, to the Medieval custom
ol lighting a candle for the soul
of the deceased ta the mourning
period and on the Yahrzeit.
During the Talmudic [>eriod
this anniversary was commem-
orated by a voluntary fast. In
the Tractate of the Talmud
Nedarim 12a I thus passage ap-
. V A
|..ars. "One should not eat meat
or drink wine on the day of his
father'.- death..." In the Code
of Jewish Law mentioned above
it says .t is a eoHgteei duty to
fast every year on the day when
one's lather or mother died in
order to stir up oneself to re-
pentance." (emphasis supplied,
A.B.H.i
Rabbi Sh'omo Itzhaki (Rabbi
Solomon the son of Itzhaki,
French rabbinical scholar and
commentator on the To rah and
the Talmud, known by his in-
itials as KASHI H040-1105 C.E.)
in a commentary on a Talmudic
text < Tractate Yevomot 122a)
says "The anniversary of the
death of a great man was estab-
lished in his honor and when
that day arrives, all the scholars
in the region assemble and visit
hi- grave with the rest of the
people and hold a ceremony
there "
The practice that mourners
recite the Kaddish appoan to
ha\e originated during the thir-
teenth century at the time of
severe pereecutlom in Germany
by the Crusaders.
The Kaddish. although rop-
ularly thought to l> a prayer
for the dead, > not a prayer for
the soul of the departed. It is
an exoression by the bereaved
of justification of judgement.
The Kaddish is characterized
by an abundance of praise and
glorification of God, and an ex-
pression of hoj)o for the speedy
estah'ishment of His Kingdom
on earth.
"So widespread is the use of
the word Yahrzeit that despite
the fact that it is Yiddish, it is
often found in Sephardi religious
works. Filial piety has made the
Yahrzite one of the most widely
held observances in Judaism.
Even in small communities where
there is difficulty in assembling
the necessary minyan for the
congregational service, sp
at: an :e;m :it- aii made for such
worship when there is a Yahr-
Bett Its observance is an act of
- commemoration and eni-
phaalzea faith In the immortality
of the soul." (Encyclopaedia
Judaic*, Vol. 16 p. 703)
i;!l(oi's note: I'lca-c tend your
U0M to: ???.\SK ABE???
i o Jewish Fed. ration of
South Broward, t09 Harrison
St., Hollywood, Fla. 3


Page 8
+Jeistncrktiar and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, November 8,
1974
Teen Scene
B> PAUL KERBEL
The Jewish youth community
gearing up toward a year
vhuh promises to lie better than
any seen in the past.
With the appointment of Ra-
phael Sonnenfeld as full-time
youth worko." of the Jewish Com-
m .!..'. Center of South Brow-
aid and North Dade, our com-
munity now has the opportunity
to provide programs and activi-
ties for the thousands of Jewish
youth in our area. I am sure
that this year will prove to tie
one of development and produc-
tive., in our communities' youth
program.
t 3-
The JCC Bike-a-Thon Commit-
tee he (I its first meeting in the
middle of October and has ap-
pointed Lisa Bennett, a junior
at Nova Hit;h. as chairman. Tom
Katz, past chairman of the bike-
a-thon. will assist her in its
planmnj;. The Bike-a-Thon will
he held on Sunday. Deo I.-.! : 8,
in o it ion
with the Solidai Ity Daj I Sovi-
et Jew ry 1 ed by the

tee of the J( "urn.
accept
e the fui
.
y in
Holl. thi cost
0 to
nittei
it the
for-

Forma] |
I detailed ition
will appear in the next issue "f
t Anyone interested in
working on the Bike-a-Thon
committee should call Lisa Ben-
p?tt or Raphael Sonnenfeld at
the JCC office. We hop'1 this will
be the most || of all
Bike-a-Thons.

The JCC pre-teen program has
two specials coming up for 6th
through 9th grades (>n Sunday,
November 10, it's on to DISNEY
WORLD: The cost is $16.00
which includes eight ride cou-
pons, admission and transporta-
tion. The bus will depart from
th. [jarking lot of the Emerald
Hills Medical Center. 46th &
Sheridan, at 7:00 a.m. and will
return at 11:00 p.m. There's no
school the next day so don't wor-
ry about homework!:! If you
would like to register, please
call the JCC oft ice at 920-2089
or stop in at 1909 Harrison
Street, Suite 202.
You and all of your friends
are invited to the JCC's first
pre-teen dance (grades 6-9i on
Saturday evening. November 16,
at the American Heritage School
Social Hall (formerly Temple
{
Beth Shalom i 1725 Monroe
Street at 7:30. Get groovia'!
The USY of temple Sin
u
ty weekend for all of
t 13 1 'SY chapters of S
Florida this weekend November
8-10. Apt ) 150 I ">V- :s
are expected to attend this ex-
citing social, religious and i
rial exi>erience. Attendees
wi.l be housed at the home*
:!e Sinai members. The co-
era.rmen of the weekend are
Linda Myers and Rina Fischer
and they've put together a pro-
n-packed weekend never to
be forgotten.
* *
The South Broward Council
ol BBYO has announced they
are having a Leadership Train-
Ing Conference the weekend of
N ivember M0. It will in\
Friday right and Saturday sem-
at Temple Beth Shalom
Inar at the
H tai 11S inday. The -
.i I-
techniqu ;- i heri-
i e .'
It v
.....i
...
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ti rig them-
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m to be punished
ir i all me in care ol the
...
JDC To Observe
60th Anniversary
e/
The Joint Distribution Com-
mittee will observe Its 60th an-
niversary at its annual meeting
Dec 12. in the New York Hilton
Hotel, New York City. Edward
Ginsberg, Jix' chairman, an-
ed this week.
The meeting win feature re-
ports on JDCs global health and
welfare operations by JDC of-
ficer- nlor staff members
New York and abroad.
More than 400 Jewish commu-
nity leaden from the I'nited
States and Canada who are ex-
pected to attend will elect of-
ficers for the coming year and
act on a proposed budget for
1975. The conference will con-
chide with a special anniversary
dinner meeting.
The JDC meeting will take
place immediately before the
annual meeting of the United
Jewish Appeal, from which the
Joint Distribution Committee de-
rives most of its funds. The UJA
meeting will convene at the
same hotel Dec. 13.
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Berniee Green
Attending NCJW
Conference
Mrs Berniee Greene departed
for Israel Monday as a delegate
from the Hollywood Section of
the National Council of Jewish
v. .men, lo the ,[ "'-
Conference.
Over 150 delegates from across
the I'nited SU1 participate
in the Nov. 6-13 conference
program highlighted by an ad
dress bj Prime Minister \itzhak
Rabin at a banquet to be held in
the Knesset Other key speakers
include President Ephraim Kat
t.t Minister of Defense Shimon
Pere... Minister of Education
Aharon Yadlin. ind the notej
archaeologist and professor.
Yigal Yadin
One of the major everts of
the Summit Conference will
the forma! dedication ceremonies
of three wings in the newly-
Ed >n on the
Mt Scopus campus of the He
brew t/ersit} of Jerusalem,
which houses the NV.'W Re
search Institute for Innovat
in F
Thi Institul
N FW in 1963.
.. :
and

Isra '.'-
c ic tv it- findings i
idy b en shai luca-
tort in other d I the world,
and are helping the disadvan
taged all over the a
The Stmmit Conference willI
focus on NCJW's Israel programs
in education, and will feature
briefings by toD-level govern
men' leaden; and dialogues with
outstanding educators. social
workers and volunteers.
lira Greene cited as one of the
main reasons for attending the
NOW Summit Conference "the
timely opportunity to reaffirm
Councils commitment to the
people of Israel, and to Dartici
pate in the process that will help
shane new programs to meet Is
racl's critical educational and
social needs."
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Blank
To Talk On Soviet Jewry
B'nai B'rith Women of Holly-
wood. Chapter 725, will hold a
regular monthly meeting Mon-
day, Nov. 18. at 8 p.m. in the
Home Federal Bank Building-
Harrison St. and Young Circle.
The program will be on Soviet
Jewry with Dr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Blank, who recently visited
the Soviet Union, as speakers.
Arnold Goldsteins To Be Honored
At Temple Solel Dinner Dec. 8
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Goldstein
will receive the State of Israel
Masada Award at the Temple
*t. AMD MIS. UH1I GOLDSWM
Solel-EmeraJd Hills Israel Din-
ner of State which will be held
ai Temple Solel Sunday, Dec. 8,
it has been announced by Mi-
tun i. executive direc-
c .t M M GOLDSTEINS ..
the Sot th Florida Israel
itiot
The Masada Award, which
commemorates the 1900th anrd.
versary of the heroic defense of
the fortress of Masada, the last
Jewish stronghold to fall in the
Roman conquest of Palestine
was created !>. thi' Israel Bond
Organization to recognize nota-
ble achievement and outstanding
service in fortifzing the ecor.unv
ic foundations of Israel.
Goldstein is a mem! er of the
board of diiectors of Tempi*
Solel in Hollywood. In AUen-
tovvn. 1'n.. where he and his wife
lived before moving to South
Florida, he was chairman of the
Israel Bonds campaign and the
United Jewish Appeal, and was
president of the B'nai B'rith and
the Zionist Organization of
America.
Mrs. Goldstein was head of
the Women's Division of both
Israel Bonds and the I'JA in Al-
lentown and was council and
chapter president of the B'nai
B'rith Women.
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ember 8. 1974
*Jen littkrtUir and Shafcxr of HoUywood
Page 9
UcESETTERS GATHER AT THE HOME
| MR- AND MRS. MOSES HORNSTEIN TO
INITIATE '73 CAMPAIGN
Nuclear Arsenal A
ifffl
Seen in Mideast i
*f MOITZMAN, MAURIE MEYERS, BERT
RAB NOWITZ, GUEST SPEAKER;
MOSES HORNSTEIN.
I'IT PI
JULES GORDON, PHYLLIS KRAEMER,
PAUL KRAEMER.
Eh GORDON. BEN SALTER, JESSIE MARTIN,
MELVIN BAER.
MAURIE MEYERS, LUCILLE BAER,
MRS. ALBERT EINSTEIN.
DAVID YORRA, KAREN MARGULIES,
HERBERT KATZ, LEONARD SCHIFF.
ALLEN GORDON, PAUL ANTON, SAUL SEIDMAN.
CRC Functioning
On Many Levels
Continued from Page 1
SYMINGTON, a member of the
U.S. delegation to the 29th an-
nual session of the General As-
sembly, said, "With respect to
proliferation of nuclear weapons
around the world, it is no longer
a secret that they are placed in
Europe, in the Middle East and
the Far East."
He did not identify the nations
that have placed the weapons in
those regions or the countries in
which they are located The Sena-
tor told reporters later that the
information he disclosed had al-
ready been released by the Pen-
tagon.
The U.S. delegation was ap-
parently taken by surprise by
Symington's disclosure.
A DELEGATION spokesman
declined to comment on it and
refused to give reporters copies
of the transcript of Symington's
remarks that contained his de-
parture from the text.
Symington also said, in his de-
parture, that the U.S. nuclear
stockpile is equivalent to 615,300
Hiroshima bombs.
In his prepared statement,
Symington called for strengthen
Lug "the system of international
safeguards against the diversion
of nuclear material and tech-
nology to the manufacture of nu-
clear explosives" and said the
U.fl. welcomed the interest shown
at this session of the General As-
sembly in creating nuclear-free
/ones in the Middle East and
South Asia.
SfN. STM/NCrON I
HE LISTED four criteria for
nuclear-free zones which he said
the U.S. government has recom-
mended.
They are: 1) that the initia-
tive should be taken by the states
in the region concerned; 2) the
zones preferably should include
all states in the area whose par-
ticipation is deemed important;
3) creation of the zones should
not disturb necessary security
arrangements; and 4) provisions
shou'd be made for adequate
verification.
The First Committee was
luled to discuss late that af-
ternoon propOMli by Iran and
Egyi t tor the establishment of
.ear-free /one in the Middle
But
Israel Corp to Extend Activities?
The Community Relations
I ttee uf the Jewish Fed-
If.v of South Broward has
|keen working in many unpor-
tut areas regarding cultural.
Ini-East. chinch and state and
\> Jewry areas,
The cultural aim of the conv
lauttee i. chaire by Esther Gor-
Ifcn. The israi i Philharmonic
Mcert proved iccessful due to
I the efforts ol ilu> committee.
I ere sold to the 33 Jew-
|f Doostitueni organizatiom.
The Mid-East chairmanship is
I he i by Ed Dincin who has
Iwrfcel close!} with the Jewish
IFederation ol South Broward on
I any important issues. Current-
ly they Include the Palestine
liberation movement the leader
sU h Y;.--i: Arafat, has been
| tailed to the I'nited Nations.
Official recognition of the
|FU) could constitute a draw-
lack for Israel, since the Pl.O
I dedicated to the total annlhi-
|twi of the state of Israel.
. T3 combat this serious issue
Ihnliy, telegrams, mailgrams and
Win nave been sent to the
toted Nations (with copies to
H* White House) asking COO-
I > of the Pl.O. Distribu-
material stating Arafat's
has been handed to all
| that will fo'.low
with continuous letters
\<* prot it
J*ehurch and state commit-
RJj to determine
Waes in that ;(,ea.
Jwexample, the case of Bar-
" vs. Wheller (MieaourU,
"tt raised the question of
J** Title I f the i-iomen-
J J* lary Kducation
- ;" q ired local edu-
|7* officials to send public
Jt*; '' into parochial
!l order to provide cer-
?l a''' h attorn! serv-
aml if so, whether that
.' ,i t,.. i .-
HI
' the I ska Act is eon
The.W
ftittoasj,
iet Jewry Committee
line PitteU I
"grams such as the
? '"* by Maine
"ith r.-
PitteU is busy
IDWAKD DIHCIH
Adopt-A. Family Program. So-
viet New Year Cards, and Mail-
grams to Russia.
When Victor Polsky who was
expected to receive five years in
prison, was fined S135, the
chan"* was attributed to the
pressure put on them by local
Community Relations Commit-
tees.
The Soviet Jewry Committee
is c trrentl / working closely w ith
loi-al women's organizations in
ort <>f Women's Plea for
Human Rights on behalf of So-
viet Jewry. This major event will
take place on Sunday, Dec. 8.
at Temple Beth Shalom in Hol-
ly .vood. More than 1.000 persons
an' expected to attend.
The total CRC is chaired by
Al>e Durbin whose role is to ap-
prove and finalize all aspects of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward Inc.-CRC. Other com-
mittees reporting to Durbin are
Domestic Community Relations
concerns, Anti-Semitism, Inter-
Rc'igkHIS Relationships. Civil
Liberties and Individual Free-
doms.
B"or further information, call
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward Inc.
By EDWIN EYTA.V
PARIS (JTA) The
board of directors of the Israel
Corporation has decided to con-
ADL Distributes
Memo-Date Books
To Teachers
For the 12th consecutive year,
every schoolteacher in the South
Broward Public School System
was the recipient of a compli-
mentary copy of the 1974-75 Anti-
Defamation League Memo-Date
Book, prior to the opening of
the Fall term.
This year, in addition to the 54
schools covered in the South
Broward area, plus Nova Middle
and High Schools in Ft. Lauder-
dale. the Deans of the four Brow-
ard Community College Centers
and Sheridan Vocational School
were included.
The main purpose of the book
is to acquaint the teachers and
principals of all religious holi-
days and their meanings, so that
they may plan their curriculum
accordingly for the school term.
Any student, of any fsith. who
is required to attend school on a
sacred holiday, or has learned
of exams to be given on such
holidays, should report this to
the Anti Defamation League of-
fice in Miami at once.
The book also lists education-
al materials, books and films
available to schools through the
Anti Defamation league of
B'nai B'rith, to help promote
Brotherhood and understanding
amongst all people.
Mrs. David LeVine of Holly-
wood Chapter, the annual South
Broward coordinator of this proj-
ect, reports this effort was fi-
nanced by the B'nai B'rith
is and Women's Chapters in
Hollywood and Hallandale, and
the Jewish Welfare Federation
of South Broward in Holly-
wood.
Mrs. Levine may be contacted
for any additional information
regarding this outstanding B'nai
B'rith project in the community.
tinue and even expand its
activities in Israel.
An official communique re-
leased after a meeting here
quoted the board's chairman,
Baron Kdmond de Rothschild, as
saying "the company is finan-
cially strong. We shall make up
for the losses. There is an im-
portant job to be done and we
r lain to see that it is done."
THE BOARD'S chairman was
referring to the potential loss of
$8.5 million of the corporation's
money deposited with financial
concerns directed by Geneva-
based Jewish banker Tibor
Rosenbaum.
The communique made no
specific reference to Rosenbaum,
and circles close to the corpora-
tion told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the board has not
discussed any plan to help
Rosenbaum's bank, the Inter-
national Credit Bank, or his
other financial concerns.
These sources said that none
of the participants even raised
such a possibility. The board's
chairman, these sources said, is
"strongly opposed" to any pos-
sible dealing with Rosenbaum
and feels that the only course
open to the corporation is
"straightforward legal routine."
According to these corpora-
tion sources, the board's decision
not to help Rosenbaum definite-
ly ends any hopes to refloat his
erstwhile financial interesU.
THE ISRAEL Corporation
has been under strong attack in
Israeli |>olitical and economic
circles for losing money by
transferring funds to Rosen-
baum and for placing monies
abroad instead of investing all
available funds in Israel's econ-
omy as is its stated aim.
At the meeting here, Baron
de Rothschild made it clear,
however, that he intends to head
the board and help develop the
corporation's activities in Israel.
Rothschild also called on the
board's members to show "unity
of purpose" and reassert the
company's aims. He said that a
new director general to replace
Michael Tsur will soon be re-
Bppointed and is due to name
soon a selection committee.
HE EXPECTS to announce
the name of the new director
i" n ml at the next board meet-
ing next month in Israel. Tsur is
the Corporation's former man-
aging director who was fired by
the Loan! Sept. 27.
The board's decisions will not
conclude the Rosenbaum scan-
dal. The bank is still in mora-
torium, and its 12,000 depositors
are not receiving their money
back.
Corporation sources said that
its own investigation into these
facts will be completed "in a
few days" and indicated that the
report will probably be made
public.
JOSEPH IL50P.
Continued from PiMte 4-
1
the vast power of oil blackmail,
there is the very real danger of
renewed war in the Middle East
which will bring everything
down in ruins if it comes.
To see how wrong the priori-
ties are, you need only ask your-
self how much you have read or
heard about these matters,
either day by day or in depth. In
the period since Nixon's resigna-
tion. To be sure, some of the
blame for these now-prevailing
false priorities lies with the newa
media themselves.
WHILE IN Washington, for
instance. Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin was chillingly emphatic
about the danger of renewed
Middle Eastern war before a
large media group.
Though "off the record," such
a warning from such a source
would have caused a storm in
th. old days. This time it hardly,
caused a ripple.
Yet sotting the priorities is
still the essence of presidential
leadership. So our false priorities
reveal a major presidential fail-
ure. A


Page 10
>JenistrhriMir d Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, November
Judaiea Program Launched
'At Temple Beth Shalom Here
Dr. Fred Blumenthal, presi-
dent of Temple Beth Sha
I Moi ton v .. .ui.i
M. Cohen, youth
announce lucceaa-
ful "i nf Jewish learn-
in-: i.--i'. and clubs known as
laics.
Mme than IS I youngsters reg-
istered and registration is stiil
O] en.
The Tefillin Club had its first
lion on Sunday, Oct 27 with
17 boys in attendance. Dr. Ma-
lavaky presented an informative
lecture on the background and
biblical injunction regarding Te-
fi..in.
Cantor Irving Gold wil! serve
as instructor of the club. Hank
1 n-tdll is chairman of the Te-
fillin Club and represents the
laity of the Temple. Bill V7<
assists him in preparing and pro-
viding breakfast on Sunday.
The club meets every Sunday
i 9 a.m. atui Is open to all
young men preparing for or who
have already become Bar Mitz-
vah, with a lecture presentation
fo lowed by 11 worship
service and breakfast.
e every four to live weeks,
the < tub will have a ,s;iecial ac-
tivit Mil h as an outing, or
other planned function. It wil!
be limited to club rrn
Monday evei i will begin
u le e di-
Zeitlin
e 22 i ing-
io .-
h .-is basket-
loccei SW miming
and bowling.
(n the same evening, there
will I* a sessions called "It
ted With Eve" for girls.
This will encompass cooking,
sewing, needlepoint and other
areas. Twenty-five have register-
ed to date.
Tuesday evenings, Dr. Malav-
Sky. as in previous years, will
conduct "Rap Sessions," entitled
"Happenings," previously known
as Teen Study. Tuesday evening
hat also been set aside as USY
.n: and activity night.
W( Inasday nights, Young Ju-
dea. a new:., formed activity at
Beth >d 24
men I the ening
theie will Ik' practice of the tot-
al ii lentalists ol the B'nal Sho-
lorn ition of a
junior chi Ich v be held
inder
the II i 1 ion of Mi Mc-
I\ i.
- confirn
JCC Kick-Off Dance Nov. 16
Jewish Community Centers of
Hollywood and North Dade are
sponsoring a dance at the Amer-
ican Heritage School social
hall, 1725 Monroe si. Hollywood,
Saturday, N >v. 16, 8:00 mi n 30
Refn Bhn enti and good i
will he on tap.
Dr. Morton Malavsky beams as children register for Judaica
courses at Beth Shalom.

Chaplain's Schedule
. /oC, .Jcr,iSh Fcii0,:"i"n "f s""h Broward, Inc. announces
that Rabbi Harold Rlchter Chaplain for South Broward countv
will be visiting the following hospitals on "a
regular I asis:
Mondayi Doctors Community and
.south Florida State Hospitals.
Wednesdays Hollywood Memorial Hos-
Friaays Golden Isles Hospital.
Rabbi win also visll nursing homes
and penal institutions In the South Broward
Rabbi Richfr i1.'0"- In *ddltton. will visit institutions iv
1 oi t Lauderdale on Tuesdays and Thursdavs
tor further information. ,,|Case visit The Jewish Federa-
JlSS. Ha"taon st-Honywood or i,hone 92i-88i
Profile
and confirmation classes I
rodents
ind confli
Dr. Morton Malavsky. :
there will be an
in-depth study with 12 si idents
re isl red This class w ill be
hi by G< ne Gn
the Central Agen j ol Jewish
ation and Rabl i Ha
Richter. Thursday evening a
mini-Hebrew course will be
taught by David Sega!.
Saturdays at 8:30 a.m. Dr.
IVSky wil] conduct a To rah
Class of the scriptural portion
of the day. This is open to l>oth
teen agen and adults preceding
the leguiar service.
Israeli song and dance, and
dramatics are being arranged,
with announcement of time and
place at a later date.
B"nai Shalom Singers haw re-
sumed their meetings Carol Mc-
Kenzie, director, recently held
auditions foi 50 yo rep-
resenting Temple Beth Shalom
an I Temple Israe'. Miramar.
They will meet on Sundays from
12:15 to 2:00 p.m. to prepare
antatSS, pa :eants and
Pine Crest Cultural Arts
Series Tickets Available
The Pine Crest Cultural Arts
Series will include five perform-
ances in the school's Stacy
Chapel and Auditorium this sea-
son Programs begin at 8 p.m.,
and season tickets are available
now at the school's Public Uela-
tions Office, 1501 NE 62nd St.,
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 33308.
Featured will be jazz great
Peter Nero, with Dave Troneoso,
bass, and Cecil Ricca. drums,
Jan. 13; gospel and blues singer
Linda Hopkins Feb. 3; Moby
Dick, starring Jack Aranson.
Feb. 24; Brazilian duo-guitari-ts
Los Indios Tabajaras. March 17,
and the Feuz Follets. Canada's
national dance ensemble, April
14.
She's On A One-Way Trip
Bj RITA GOODMAS
Taj ed onto the door ol ;
and Steven W(
ing a
Ufa i- trip
only get a one way
ticki
Then trip together started out
on a blind date while she WM a
arid he was a
nd year medical student at
Downstate Medical Center in
Brooklyn.
THE STOPS along the way
ha\e prom interesting.
Ilene W, isberg's husband is
now a physician with an internal
II ine practice; specializing
in Oncok)
It took a few stops to get
there.
For instance, during that time.
Ilene had to stop wanting chil-
dren while everyone else appear-
ed to be ordering them in dif-
Ferenl si.es from a catalog.
The Weisbei g catalog ha I ot1'-
er priorities which called for
completion of Med School, an
int< rnshi wl weal hi Seattle
Wash a resi len< at Miami's
and
., private
.: thi past June.
I STARTED : i caught
fast," said nene, whoac one-
Its in
the i bag and a*i*s
: mg on her coo*
ition.
a i continuously dropping by
to ny 'hello' were the two
shot men in her lite. Scott, five,
an I David, four.
The difference in their ages
numbers im months and Ilene
of that time. "I couldn't
even get out of the house to
meet our neighbors."
Both Ilene and Steve come
from home.- where their patents
I eased a deep concern for re-
ligion. Her father was a founder
and president of Fresh Mead-
OWI Jewish Center. His lather
was president ol Hollii Hills
Jewish Center.
IT is natural then that the
Weisl erg's mmi-Sesame-Street-
audience light Friday night can-
Pictured at a committee meeting to plan for the Hallandale
Jewish Center "Salute to Israel" breakfast Sunday, Nov. 10,
were (from left) Harold Newman, chairman oi the Israel
Bonds event; Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz; and cochairman
George Paley. Rabbi Schwartz will be honored at th= Hal-
landale Jewish Center breakfast He will receive the State
of Israel Masada Award in recognition of his outstanding
leadership in the Israel Bonds program.
Direetor Of Ramapo Institute
Hallandale Breakfast Speaker
Prof. Gerald M. Melster, dl-
i ol the Ramapo Institute,
Will lie the special guest -: H
at tii, Hallandali Jewish renter
le to 1.- ael" hiea>
Harold Newman, chair-
man of tl event,
The Ramapo Institute is a
... In in in-
relations and Inter-
national law located in I'.ockland
County, New York.
Profe soi of Sacred Scriptun
1 H r asti ry In Eao-
pus. x.v.. Prof, Melster was n
cently appointed as executive
reel .i oi HERUT, USA (United
Zionist Revisionist! of America).
A member of the board of di-
rect us of the New Jersey region
Of thi National Ki.nd he
c i irael Bonds n
oi Bank Leumi Le-Israel in New
York City in 1
Prof. Metster, a noted linguist
and scholar, has taught and lec-
tured on Medieval and modern
theology at universities and sem-
inars throughout the United
states He ha- studied in I-
Engjand, an i the United States,
and in Israeli rabbinical semi-
naries
Rabbi Hairy K Schwartz, spir-
itual leader of the Hallandale
Jewish Center, win be honored
at the Israel c.onds breakfast.
He will receive the State of Is-
rael Masada Award.
Serving as cochairman of the
Nov. 10 event is George Paley.
PROf. CtRAlD A1. Mfim*
' e by
ng the Hallai UN'M
Cen i.
Men's Club Elects Officers
Temple in the Pines Men's
' '' re held at a
'' brunch. Elected to
for the cornln [yea an s!(.xe
Sh ident; PhU R
JoeRoeenthal and Howard Sand-
man, vice pre.idem,;

tain Mike
tr, Bob Kapll Nelson
rae" Ja Lede n in, A,t
nd Steve SteJgUtz.
litM WHSBtKG
dies and stand with their faj
saying a blessing over the ca
lah and wine.
ChaMah is such a basic sta
in the Weisberg way of life _
there's always one in the free,
for emergency use on Ftij
evenings when tlie daytime
been busy.
It was l'i years a: I
playing tennis with her frJ
Marty Jacobson. that i:j
Weisberg became aagartaaal
HoUywoad Federation'- OH
en's Division.
But Cindy's anticipated arri|
interrupted plans to dexote mi
time. "I thought I'd wait for L
children to grow up." j
'I hen, the Leadership Dev^
opment vice president
bet very evenly modulated mil
"I decided not to wait."
TIIKKK ARE other things
young woman has fetid
"When children speak of Chr
mas I want mine to knowi
("hanukah."
Scott is "thrilled about even
thing" in Sunday School. DaJ
attends Temple Beth Shalon
pre-kindergarten. Cindy is
highchair-jump-away listenul
to what her brothers have to i
late to her.
Mrs Weisberg has taken
her Women's Division office f|
one year. "I want to promo
leadership," she says, "and
want to iaspire women in
community not to just atte
meetings but to participate '
She speaks seriously
phrases concerning "|>eople 1*11
:i e." and "being a woman ail
being Jewish."
i em Weisberg has yet to vis
Israel sho had planned to
bul Cindy's imminent arrivj
lied the trip.
HOWEVn, lurched on top'
the refrigeiator is a neatt
ped package ready to
icailed to Ste\e's cousins wt
do live there.
"Thev write that thinvs an
tough but their sj-lrit is f.intasj
tic," Mrs. Weisberg said. Sh
added, "It makes you want
do everything i>ossible here."
In addition to her Women'j
l>i\ision Interests, she find
time away from immediate
sponsibililies to belong to Ten
pie Beth Shalom Sisterl
work on Sunshine ami I'll.Ian
thropiea for Avlva chapter
B'nal r.'rith.
For three years, the youni
Hollywood matron has lieen
tlve in the American Cancer
1 'ei 'a "Race For Life"
she acted aa hostess at the or,
a-yeau Mai eh luncheon at Gu
st i earn.
SITTING in the kitchen
the lovely Weisberg home whicW
they moved into just this past!
'une. Ilene mentally recounts-
tops on her one way trip
through life thus far. "We W1H
d tor it like we waited lor our]
liable. "
Her eves survey her iurroUBul
in:s and then she adds. And <
did it."


November 8. 1974
* lt*isti fkrrtinr and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 11-
{Kinjsh
*

All-Day Seminal:. Features
Agreement 'A Farce'-Sakharov Author As Guest sPeaker
**. The Libertarian Institute for a Florida Atlantic Universitj
^^ **____ c____..._ l asMiaaa .1... !._* *on vnarc Iln 1C I
R> KRAN NEVINS
.., 800 Jewi were pelted
<*" ^ bj Kiev police as
MS ary of the Bab,
,,- a month
Soviet officials
L i- bv i\i"v |wiivc *-
KsttsBPted'to commemorate
lordanmv i--ar>
*" !__.lnii'ht
T
MO.
Liorder.n, action att,nst
ErtJWs. other members of
s0v.pt hierarchy were assur-
* pmidenl Ford's administra-
ESTthe harassment of K**
.-Jew had ended.
i, Babi Yar. a ravine outs.de
to center of Kiev where thou-
Ids f "'" U,uh,C!^
r Nazis, approximately 300
jicmcn and auxiliaries tore
deaths and dgni from the
unds of memorial participants.
The nixiliariei (really Coin-
|M | are called
Bpon tejularly to "rough up''
Ernies of the state; they took
feu ripping the skullcaps from
ihe Jc* s heads.

p,e twin < ilinisl brothers.
I Veinman of
Kharkov. 22, are lu-ing subjected
ittscks and other
forms of harassment while serv-
ln2 a foui ) it wise*, term.
In a KGB lsecret po-
lice) tad I against many
j^ijh the Vrmmans
mr ittacked on the street by a
provocateur shortly after apply-
ing for Israeli emigration in the
f 1972 The police ar-
rested Ihe twins and let the pro-
Tociteui
The Veinman case came to
i month when the boys'
parent-. for their sons'
live; in prison, leaked informa-
tion to Wi rn sources. While
Leonid intly weak and
tick an I pun she I for it. Arkady
has been a m idel prisoner. But
to his surprise, Arkady has sud
itened with I
of "anti Soviet propa
I told "We'll add five
mr term."
Grigoriovich
Veinman: USSR, Ukrainian SSR;
Qdo Dai- ovka Belo Ozer.sky
Rayon; K inskaya Oblast,
MO Otyrad 2;
Briada 5.
Grigoriovich
i SSR, Ukrainian
310030; PY.'UZ
Brigade 64.

Other Jewish activists who
have applied for visas to Israel
"M'' I disturbance!,
despite the so-called agreement
last month between the United
i -si!.
__Tk overnment did not
Beach Group To
Feature Cantata
of natlam
>ter, will meet
ith SodaJ iii.li
Nov. 20; refresh
served from noon
10.
** ) lliian Schulman. press-
den|. will Introduoa new life
members Mrs. Sarah Saiiirk.
Levin, Mrs. Marilvn
nn and Mrs. Pearl Kardon.
f.thel k Schwaria, vice presi-
*nt and ,,, ,-hairman who
"We the skit "We've Come A
im.iti/ed at the
On. if, meeting by teenagers
m I Susan Kramer,
for Mrs. Louts
esenl the cantata
i Mrs. Gold-
Midenri of Mi-
-I Iladauah.
, hfiMh will partietpata
, 'w Youth A nan Pledge
,"n t held Tuesday at
"! taurant Donations
2 i""1 towards their
,'n"r aim Ami The Ami and
*" will 1* held next
""h ln ,,.. (t Hote,
sign any agreement but "as-
sured President Ford's adminis-
tratton that the restrictive emi-
gration policies and minishment
of those wishing to leave would
cease.
Soviet activist Andrei Sak-
harov. the most famous dissident
remaining inside the USSR and
a non-Jew sensitive to the emi-
gration isue, bluntly told news-
men the agreement "was a
farce."
"The Soviet government will
agree to anything and then con-
tin, o its regressive policies
of the past." Sakharov warned.
* -to -ir
The Kremlin has issued a de-
cree, dated August 28 but only
made public recently, forbidding
citizens to change their nationali-
ty designation once it has been
entered into their first internal
passports.
These passports, received at
agC Hi, apply only to children
jvhOSS parents are of different
nationalities; he may choose
either as his own. This decree
will affect tens of thousands of
children, one parent of whom Ls
Jewish.. Does the child irrevoc-
ably adopt the Jewish nationality
for the possible chance at emi-
gration and suffer Ihe conse-
quences of a Jewish identity?
s.
In the past, children, of mixed
marriages could change their na-
tionality designations upon re-
quest; e.g., Valery Panov changed
his designation from Byelorus-
sian to Jewish .
Isariore Kafkin To Be Honored At
Parker Dorado 'Night In Israel'
Isadora Rafkin of Hollywood
will receive the State of I
ISADOm BAfKIM
Scroll of Honor at the Parker
Dorado "Night in Israel" to be
held Wednesday. Nov. 20, at the
Hollywood hi-ri.M-.
Kafkin. executive vice-presi-
dent of the Parker Dorado So-
cial Club, is a founder of Ohev
Shalom Congregation, Miami
Beach.
The Scroll of Honor is pre-
sent, ii on l>ehalf of the Israel
Hotuls Organization "in deep ap-
pellation of exceptional devo-
tion and service in advancing Is-
rael's pI'OgrOSB and welfare
through the ceonomie develop-
ment program made poi
with the aid of State of Israel
Bonds "
Norman Gordon is serving as
chairman ol the Israel Bonds
event; Morris Billet Ls cochair-
man.
Honorary chairmen for the
Parker Dorado "Night in Is-
rael" are Samuel Grcenblatt,
Kmanuel I.auterbach, Louis
Manes. Isaac Nassau and Wil-
liam Kagals.
The Libertarian Institute for a
Free Economy in conjunction
with the Society for Individual
Liberty will sponsor an all day
seminar entitled. "1984 All
Well Or Orwell?" Saturday. Nov.
16. in the Nova University au-
ditorium. 3301 College Ave.,
Davie.
The theme of the seminar will
be a study of possible catastro-
phic futures t critical analysis
of the next decade in America.
Will Americans face a hyper-
inflation similar to that of Ger-
many in the 1930s, or a depres-
sion much more devastating than
1921? Is nuclear war an actual
possibility? Are we moving to-
ward political dictatorship
Orwell style? Will we be faced
with technological collapse or
vcological disaster?
The morning session will be-
gin at 10 o'clock. There will b"
an audio-visual presentation of
possibilities for America in the
next ten years and a series of
short introductory talks on vari-
ous types of possible future
catastrophes.
The afternoon session will be-
gin about one o'clock and will
elude four one-hour presenta-
tions.
Dr. Howard Maccabbee. who
has entitled his talk "The Threat
and Promise of Genetic Control,"
received his B.S. in engineering
at Purdue, his Ph.D. in biochem-
istry at Southern California Uni-
versity, and will receive his
medical degree at the University
of Miami in 1975. He was one of
the founders 0f the California
Libertarian Party.
Dr. William Marina, who will
speak on "The Politics of Em-
pire.'' received his Ph.D. in his
lory from the University of Den-
Mr. He has been tearlim : at
Florida Atlantic University for
the last ten years. He is coau-
thor of "American Statesman on
Slavery and the Negro." has pub-
lished articles in "Modern Age"
and is founder and president of
The International Foundation for
Gifted (hildn n
Dorothy Dunn, who will talk
on the economic future, reeel d
her HA. and MA at the Uni-
versity of Miami, and is present-
ly completing her Doctorate of
Arts in economics there. She
hM Seen teaching at Miami-Dade
North, where she is an assistant
professor, for nine years.
The evening session, which
will begin at 7:30. will present
Dr. David Friedman, whose talk
is entitled "The Case For Opti-
mism."
Dr. Friedman holds a Ph.D. in
physics from the University of
Chicago and is currently en-
gaged in post doctoral studies at
the University of Pennylvania s
Pets Center of Government. He
is the author of "The Machinery
of Freedom."
Dr. Friedman is the son of
Milton Friedman, economist and
au'hor.
Registration will be from 9 to
10 a.m. Dnring inis period one
can peruse various booths on
libertarian interests in literature,
art works, and gold and silver
coins. For advanced registration
contact Diannc Sic-rmann. Regis-
tration includes admission to a
conference on Sunday. Nov. 17 at
10 a in. which will forcus on plan-
ning i retreat in case of socio-
political collapse.
Persons desiring further in-
formal ion on the seminar may
contact William Siegmann. 1701
\W 4'h .We.. Apt. 108D. Lau-
derhill
Paid-Up Membersliip Meeting
Held By Bitterest Group
Chaplaincy Program Beginning
Its Third Month Of Operation
The Chaplaincy Program of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward inc. is beginning its
M. STANtir MAtGUUf$
third month of operation. Rabbi
Harold RIcMtr, 'he Jewish
Chaplain who Ls responsible for
tals, musing homes and pe-
nal institutions in Hroward
Count... divides the week with
days ,n Hollywood and two
i.i Forl Laiuterdale.
The Chaplaincy Program is
Chaired by Dr. Stanley Mar-
guUea rA Hollywood '""' ,he re"
maindijr ol the committee con-
sists of: Dr. Fred Ehreiutein.
Arlene Pi itcher, Natalie Heiden,
Mis. Seiner; and Sumner Kaye,
Assistant Director of the Jewish
ration of South Broward;
the staff mcmlier resi-onsible for
the program administration.
The program's philosophy is
for providing a chaplain to pro-
Vide pastoral and guidance coun-
seling to anafflUated Jewish pa-
tients This way Jewish patients
Will have the benelit of a rabbi
although they are not members
,,i a local congregation This
program i-s supported by the
Broward Hoard of Rabbis.
Rabbi Kiehtei |.o:forms serv-
ices, both Sbabbat and high holi-
flay sei vires a-s his schedule per-
mits. Recently he performed an
Impressive pre-Hlgh Holiday
service at Washington Manor
Nursing Home. The Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward re-
ceived calls from families stat-
ing that for the first time in
years "their father smiled or
their mother showed emotions
by crying."
The Chaplaincy Committee
Which meets on a monthly basis
to discuss the many administra-
tive aspects of the program, re-
eently held one at the home of
Irvh r, executive
t,- of the Jewish Federation of
North Broward Inc.. S leader of
the Chaplaincy program.
The November meeting is
m h.dneil to take place at the
home of Dr. Stanley MarguUes.
The Hillcrest Group, Holly-
wood Chapter of HadaSOSh. held
its Paid-up Membership meeting
at the Hillcrest Playdium. Tbea
day. Oct. 15.
At a special candle-lighting
nony Sophia Pressman an-
nounced the following persona
were to be honored:
Anita Yorks the first Ima.
"Mother" of the year, for her
contribution to the care and edu-
cation of a child in Israel for one
full year: Ann Rosenthsl and
Rose Maskin. honored past Imas;
MT. Harold Cooper, the lust
lladassah Associate member of
the year, hi memory of Ml
mother, a Radassah member of
lon^! standing and a generous
contributor to all its functions;
Mr. Samuel Scheinbaum. honored
past Associate member.
Candles were lit in honor of
new members by Millie Unter-
berger. Membership chairman;
Life mem! ers by l'olly W:
tl.ui-. life Membership chair-
man: Amis by Lillian Goldberg,
Ami chairman, and Associate
members by Helen Kamer, As-
sociate Member chairman and
president of Hollywood Chapter,
Hadassah.
New Life members this year
are Ruth Kinsbury. Lillian Gold-
berg, Sue Ellen Greenberg and
Rose Ross. New Amis of the year
are Rose Rosen. Lillian Goldberg
and Sally Rittenberg.
Lillian Corbat. Hillcrest Youth
Aiiyah chairman, and Augusta
Wolk, Hollywood Chapter Youth
Aiiyah chairman, spoke on the
work of Youth Aiiyah and the
forthcoming Youth Aiiyah Pledge
Luncheon to be held Nov. 12 at
the Reef Restaurant. Ft. Lau-
derdale Other speakers were
Betty Goodman, Fund K
chairman, Ltta Scheinbaum,
Education chairman. Esther
Goldberg, American Affairs
chairman.
Special thanks were extended
to the Hospitality Committee for
refreshments supplied by Olga
Wolfin. Esther Golub and
Blanche Rosen, to the Hostesses,
Mollie Cohen and Stella Spector,
and to Bag Project chairman,
Rose Rosen.
An entertaining script, "iden-
tity Radassah with original va-
riatiOM and direction by pro-
gram chairman. Birdie Fishman,
PS* patented. Participating were
Lillian Corbat. Olga Wolfin,
Madeleine Roth. Anita v
Banner, Rose Rosen,
and Marion MargOliS.
Sophia Prassman, president,
announced that as its first major
fund raising project, Hillcrest
Hadus.uh was sponsoring an eve-
ning of theatre the Musical,
p store," eg Gilbert & Sulli-
van, sun.; in a hilarious Yiddish
bv the Delta Players. The date
is Tuesday. Dec. 10. 8:00 p m. at
Surfside Community Center.
Ticket chairman is Fanny Tuhlin
of Hillcrest. Hollywood. Seating
is limited; please making reserva-
tions early.
The next Hillcrest Hadassah
meeting will be held Tuesday,
Nov. 19, at 12:30 p.m. at the Hill-
crest Playdium. 46th Ave. and
Washington St. Another stimulat-
ing program is olanned. Guests
are cordially invited to attend.
Mayor Keating To Speak
Temple Beth Shalom Men's
c'l ,l> will have a hroakfast-meet-
ini; in the assembly Hall Sun-
da.. Nov. IT. at 10:00 a.m. The
main Speaker vvi;i be the Hon-
orable Mayor of Hollywood
David Keating.




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rJmistntrMiar and Shofar ot Hollywood
Friday, November 8, IS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS
JUNIOR HIGH TRIP TO
DISNEY WORLD
Sunday, November 10
Departure Time: 7:00 A.M. Return: 11:00 P.M.
No school on Monday, November 11
Place: Hollywood...
Parking Lot
Emera:d Hills Medical Center
45th and Sheridan Streets
Place: North Dade ...
The Trailer
20400 N.E. 24th Avenue
Fee: S16.00
PLEASE MAKK CHECK PAYABLE TO J.C.C.
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
MAIL: J.C.C. of South Florida. 1909 Harrison St., Hollywood
or North Dade: 204iX> N.E. 24th Ave.. North Miami Beach
P.S.Remember our future Sun.iay Fundaysli:
NOVEMB1 R 24 Picnic at Hugh Taylor Park
DECEMBER 15Horseback Riding in Da vie
plus
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS
JUNIOR HIGH
KICK OFF DANCE
To begin a year of f:n an i activities fi r a:;
Date: November 16. 1974
Place: American Heritage School
Social Hall
Address: 1725 Monroe .Street
ntown Hollyw
Time: Beeins at S:00 p.m.
Lasts til] 11:30 |
SI.00 at d
Pioneer Women's
World Executive
Convenes Nov. 21
Stein,
24-2!

Pi Women ".:
' i Tel .'-.' .: .. as a:i-
ed this v
Mrs. Stein report! uup
Bti ; -up in this yea:'- t i irism to
'.-i from Pioneer Womi n in
the United States. She stated
four groups from the
In.ted States will \Uii Israel
: mid-October until mid-
November.
Leaders of Pioneer Women
organizations in twelve coun-
tries of North and South Amer-
ica and Europe are expected to
attend the meetings. They will
be joined by their colleagues of
Moetzet Hapoalot. Israel sister
organization of Pioneer Women.
Pioneer Women Moetzet Ha-
poalot. it is noted, sponsors,
maintains and supports more
than one thousand social service
ects and institutions through-
.t Israel.
Members of the World Execu-
tive will meet with top govern-
ment leaders in their conference
sessions. Among the major topics
ft r their deliberations will be
tr.e international political situa-
tion affecting Israel, immigra-
tion and absorption, as well as
the challenges facing Moetzet
Kapoaiot in Israel, and Pioneer
Women activities overseas.
The World Movement of Pio-
neer Women/Moetzet Hapoalot
includes organizations in the
United States, Canada. Mexico.
Great Britain, France, Belgium.
Australia. Argentina, Brazil.
Peru, Chile and Uruguay, as
well as Israel.
Mahi Shrine Paper Sale
Mahi Shrine Temple is spon-
soring a newspaper sale Friday
and Saturday. Proceeds will go
to its 23 crippled children's hos-
pitals and burn centers, accord-
ing to James W. "Peppy" Scro-
iani, Past Potentate 1972.
Hillrl Luncheon
Fashion Show
I uesday Morniim
n
v ol the HU-
D will
a m.
Herbert
NE 21st ..
A show
ner, Miracle
ill be the
rternoon The
.: will be
the mothers from
HUM.
A Ul >n of boutique
items will be offered for sale
iding custom made jewelry,
hanii ma ... plants and
planters, picture frames, decora-
tive candles, personalized T-
shirts and many others. There
will al> i be a large selection of
Judaica items.
A dairy luncheon will com-
plete the afternoon where every-
one will have the opportunity to
shop and socialize and prepare
lor Chanukah which this year
begins Sunday evening, Dec. 8.
The tickets for the luncheon
boutique are still available: any-
one wishing to attend should
contact the school office.
ADL Calls On
Candidates To
Reject KKK
Richard Essen, vice chairman
of the Florida Regional Board
of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith. released the fol-
lowing statement from the ADL
this week:
Recently Floridians have
learned that two candidates for
high public office in the state
have Solicited support from lead-
ers of the Ku Klux Klan.
"Candidate Bruce Smathers
denies he knew- the nun he met
with are Klansmen.
Jeffrey I^itham. candidate
for stati whoacknowl-
port from
K an le ncreduloui
by hi tat he wai
aware of the Ku KU.\ i.
history of racism and anti-
Semitism.
' The Anti-Defamation I-eague
of B'nai B'rith s a non-political
rnzation which does not en-
: ites for public of-
'However, we feel compelled
at this time to \pi esi our
repugnance at the sj^ectacle of
any political candidate who
would court the favor of well
known lea 'he remaining
n Ints of the K
' Lesl there he an) question
in anyone's mindwiile the
KKK ihip in
violence-
ed in
- and ethnic
udice, has remain d unchaii
througho .t the years.
iphy of the Ku
is fun lamentally un-
ISOn, and in the
events, we call
: 'ii the leaden of the
an and Democratic
parties in Florida t<> repudiate
forthright!) and unequivocally
all efforts to enlist the political
support of the Ku Klux Klan.
or any other exponent of big-
otry.
"Also, now that Mr. Latham
has been informed on the nature
and history of the Klan, we call
upon him to reconsider hit posi-
tion, reject its support, and re-
nounce its philosophy."

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Reservations For Convention
Mow Being Accepted By UOJCA
The Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregation of America's 78th
Anniversary Biennial Convention
Committea has announced details
and rate information for conven-
vention accommodations, in a
statement released through the
office of UOJCA president,
Harold M. Jacobs. Returning to
the Boca Raton Hotel and Club
on Florida's Gold Coast, the con-
vention will take place Thanks-
giving Weekend, Nov. 27 Dec. 1.
All accommodations are air-
conditioned with private bath,
and convention participant are
invited to tak-* advantage of the
Boca's magnificent recreational
facilities, including four golf
course*, thirteen tennis courts.
mile long oceanfror.t and cabana
club, and much more.
Delegates Attend
Atlanta Meeting
Mrs. Harry Finer, president of
Temp.',- Beth Kl Sisterhood, at-
tended the annual mc< ting of
the Southeast Federatun of
Temple Sisterhoods, held in At-
lanta. Ga., last week.
Accompanying Mrt, Finer as
ates were Mis. Morton
im, a member of the Na>
Milton .la-
col -. who was installed ,.s a new
member of the South
oration Board, and Mrs. Frank
wuele, executive \ice ;
of Temple Beth Kl Sister-
hood.
A eombiiv i report of the
'::: be a pa;t of the
nthly
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Rates for the five day-fa
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meals (Modified American PL
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rates start at $34.00 per p.
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for children. Compliment^
Sabbath luncheon, evening
freshmenU, and all convent)*
programs and entertainment
included.
The convention committee, u|
der the chairmanship of A!
Thomas and Marvin Hershowm
will also make arrangements ftj
participants who wish to stay
in Miami area (U) hotels aft
the convention ends.
A comprehensive brochure;
including a reservation form
available through the L'OJ(
National Office, 116 Ea.t
SI Mew York. N.Y. 100 lti ifin
eludes all rates and reservi
information. Reservations
now being accepted at the ah
address by the. Convention Con
mittee.
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November 8. 1974
I'Jmlsti noridUar and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 13
| Miami, Rabbi Kahane Wa a Pussy Cat
._-^^^^_ .... ...ytfliMa.l .1 i
ginned fro.n Page
r
g-St, of the history
fei ttrael from the day*
KKn*r*w and con-
jn not downright bor-
W* [n, kind o( thing you
>'h-ar in the old days from
WSn Uni*f JrUh
r~ Israel Bond fund-rais-
Eb rath.-.- than at a high-
US Jewish Defense
*JL Rabbi Kahane got off
.* .fully good one-liners.
E. moETHEB, they took
B*e rugged l"'k of ?,ece
"modern sculpture Perhaps
was an oratorical uncon-
' (r the niceties of form in
Cn tradition of rhetoric, but
content was provocative be-
nd question
"VOB EXAMI'l-K. to empha-
the essentially careful char-
W f the American Jewish
Cnunity-i prominent ideologi-
- organizations in rallying
*ncan Jews to the cause of
jsne; and Judaism, he singled
rt the American Jewish Com-
rttee American Jewish Con-
fix and Bnai B'rith for parti-
cularly scornful notice as "that
Cirse which Cod visited on us."
Tha, u t say. they are too
naiervaiive Their primary pur-
ple is to save our skins, not Is-
nel or Judaism.
SATIRIZING THE American
Jewish liberal's predilection for
nuwrity causes that put him
out on a limb in too many
tnwgs that are neither Jewish
wr Israeli, he argued that "I
know rabbis who has-e gone to
M fc Selma, Ala., and who
tike their religious school chil-
dren jn visits to the Black ghet-
to.
'B.t how many have marched
to protest the impoverished and
IAMI KAHANE
f all tr.in9s-s.tlety
inhuman conditions poor Jews
suffer in white Jewish ghettoes
such as the one on South Mi-
ami Beach?" he asked in obvi-
ous reference to the fatal Jew-
ish contribution to the anti-Se-
mitic canard that there are no
impoverished Jews.
THE OBJECT of all of this,
so much of which contains half-
truths and are therefore only
half-refutable, is to draw an
analogy between the powerful
but insensitive Jews of pre-Hit-
ler Germany and the allegedly
powerful but insensitive Jew of
America who are, unless they
mend their ways, also doomed to
destruction at the same time
that they preside over the de-
struction of Israel.
To some. Rabbi Kahane's ar-
guments may seem sound because
there is always something to af-
firm in them.
"The Gentile." he declares, "is
no more gentle here" than he
was in Germany.
There were no German Jews."
he reminds us, "only Germans
of Mosaic persuasion," and at the
height of German Jewish power,
the foreign minister of Germany
was a Jew, Walter Rathenau.
THE PABALLEL is obvious.
It t a\ M /
When Henry Kissinger became
secretary of state, American
Jews saw this in much the same
way that German Jews saw
Rathenau as the ultimate
achievement in their coming to
glory.
But the warning is also obvi-
ous: the disaffection of German
society in the aftermath of
World War I led to the anti-Se-
mitic assassination of Rathenau
and. as Rabbi Kahane likes
to put it. "the emigration of the
Kissinger family to Washington
Heights in New York."
But America, the Rabbi warns
us. is also suffering disaffection
today in the aftermath of the
civil rights movement, Vietnam,
Watergate, all the crises in con-
fidence that can lead to a Hit-
lerian surrogate in the form of
"an American Mr. Clean on
horseback."
WE HAVE only to regard, he
reminds us, the hate-filled faces
of the kindly housewives in the
school struggle in Boston, the
citadel of American freedom,
"who used to meet every night
to fight for integration in Mis-
sissippi."
In Rabbi Kahane's view, Amer-
ican Jews are prime patsies for
such disaffection. They are too
prominent, too visible, too deep-
ly involved in the past in the
very movements (non-Jewish and
non-Israeli) now leading to dis-
affection.
They were, in fact, among the
Boston housewives once demand-
ing integration for Mississippi.
Their ideological organizations
("God's curse"> spurred them out
onto the limb of tbeir doom.
THEIR LEADERS ("the mark
of Cain" upon them), whom he
sees gathered in the form of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion "on Biscayne Boulevard,"
don't leaily recognize the threat
them trying to play by Kissing-
er's "shah-shah" German Jew-
ish rules, are traitors to Lsrawl
and to Judaism.
meeting with the Gentile is an-
nually "at a banquet of the na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews to exchange plaques
with him" in mutual self-con-
gratulation, as I have myself put
it in the past, that there has
been no recent program.
And so, Jews who aie insensi-
tive to their destiny at home are
also insensitive to the destiny of
Israel abroad in the hands of
Henry Kissinger.
And Kissinger is the ultimate
irony in the Kahane lexicon of
ironies the victim of German
anti-Semitism, the refugee of
Washington Heights, who now
hobnobs with other European
and Arab anti-Semites to dis-
member Israel.
THEN WHAT did Rabbi Ka-
hane offer us as an alternative
in his tour here? Nothing that
I heard, nothing that others and
I myself have not said in the
[>ast.
"The Rabin government is be-
ing choked today." he declared,
by the Kissinger assault on its
life sparked by American Jew-
ish acquiescence to the Kis-
singer assault in the name of
the principle that half an Israel
is better than none at all.
But this suggests that the
Rabin government has no alter-
native, and judging by Rabbi
Kahane's reputation, I was
hardly prepared to expect so
meek a conclusion.
IN THE Rabbi's repeatedly
stated opinion in the past. Rabin
and his predecessors, all of
alternative, which he has of-
fered formidably and interna-
tionally: terror, the terrorism
that last week won the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization re- |
sj.ect and recognition from that ,
laughable absurdity called the i
United Nations.
In failing to emphasize his al- :
teinative, in talking so sym- ;
pathetically in Miami of the
Rabin dilemma, he hid this ac-
tivist side of himself. He proj-
ected the view of Rabin as vic
tim, not traitor.
OB PERHAPS he did not.
Perhaps he was talking of Rabin
as traitor, not victim, but it
was hidden somewhere deeply in
his interminably complex
ironies, which I failed to un-
ravel. If so. I am disappointed
that I couldn't dig it out.
IT IS easy to be respectable
to dismiss Rabbi Kahane as an
irresponsible trouble-maker.
For myself and my own rages
these days with all the Kissing-
ers everywhere, I would have
liked Rabbi Kahane to give me a
better reason, a clearer cause
not to dismiss him that way.
It is not that 1 embrace ter-
rorism: it is that I deplore
cupidity, and both America and
Israel are guilty of that these
days in the Middle East.
Rabbi Kahane may have been
provocative here, but he did not
draw the lines between inno-
cence and self-preservation.
1V.Y. Scraps Aid to Jewish Poor
Continued from Page 1-
CDA i the city's Community
Development Agency) programs
tus ceased MNYCCJP's request
for funds in October were
denied with the statement that
iw additional funds for this
project were available."
U I result, Rosen and Rabbi
Cohen explained, five programs
in Brooklyn, one in Manhat-
tan, two in Queens and one
city wide program previously
funded by the CDA and the
federal Office of Economic
Opportunity (OEO) are operat-
ing and incurring financial
obligations without any au-
thorization of funds from CDA
despite the two-year funding
commitment.
According to Kosen. the
MNYCCJP was informed by the
New York Council Against Pov-
erty (.CAP) last Dec. 28 at the
end of the Lindsay Administra-
tion, that they would be receiv-
ing a two year grant of $750,000.
This was to be part of $6,219,
3l granted for various poor
rthnic and minority groups for
*hich C.\P had already re
t*;ved a eheck from the OEO.
THE S*50,000 grant was to
* utilized to reach out to non-
Povtrty areas to help locate
Poor Jews who had previously
ken neglected by anti-poverty
Programs because of their loca-
uon; to strengthen the opera
un of the MNYCCJP and its
ffilittej; and to implement
neighborhood Jewish coramu
n;tv action programs.
When the Administration of
>yor Abraham Beame moved
"to City Hall, an attempt was
"ae to reallocate this money
"Ko different areas. Rosen said.
The move was fought and a
'?nporary six-month comoro-
u* was worked out which
We the MNYCCJP $188,750 to
""We its programs for that
fcf-od.
This amount was used to fund
eight Jewish Community Coun-
cils serving the Jewish poor in
their areas and the city-wide
AJAPW for outreach to Jewish
poc residing in slum areas.
THE SIX-MONTH grant end
ed SeDt. 30. and the MNYCCJP
is attempting to sustain the pro-
grams with fund* available from
a separate city Human Re-
sources Administration (HRA)
grant, Rosen said.
That grant, he noted, has
funds available which are less
than half the amount used by
the nine programs during the
past six months.
"It has yet to b? determined
for how long a period the pro-
grams can survive with these
funds and much of a cut will
be incurred. Rosen said.
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NEITHER James E. Green
idge, chairman of CAP. nor
Major R. Owens, commissioner
of CDA under the Lindsay Ad-
ministration, were immediately
available for comment. Both
officials had informed officers
of the MNYCCJP on Dec. 28
that CAP had approved a two-
year grant for $750,000 and
similar notifications of approv-
al were sent to other grantee
agencies.
The eight Jewish Community
Council programs affected by
the cut-back are in Boro Park,
Brighton, Coney Island. Crow"
Heights. East FUtbush section,
all in Brooklyn; Washington
Heights-Inwood in Manhattan;
Queens and the Rockaway',
Peninsula; and the city-wide
AJAPW program.
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that the non-renewal of the mandate "wold l^J*tt.
collapse of the Disengagement of Forces Agreement between
Israel and Egypt.
The UNEF, now about 4,500-men strong, has been separating
Israeli and Egyptian forces. The UN military presence in the
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+Jmis* fhrkfctr and Saofar of HoliTwood
Friday, November 8,
Sermons In Hospitals
By RABBI HAROLD Rl( IITER
l.wi-li < h.ii'l.iin
f Broward < ountv )
Among the many fringe bene-
fits of my chaplaincy are the
sermons I hear from patient*.
One day r. -*ae
despite a:, the impassible
stacked agair--
me that Israel would sur\ive its
present tribulations ever, the
threat oi war.
The
-
from an individual whose ser-
mo:
and lyrics f
This :old me that
what r*
Jews :s that wt are b>ss*-.
the iwialilj of
that his
is rang knew that
this obstMia:-. Jews
-
The prone ; pro-
ceeded to
ground
family bet hem-
mar..
currec I r
erat. at lie
had
he a--
predt
then .".
their sat
-
strange customs a- "sean
for leaven" and eatine rratzoh.
Despite our tendency on one
hand to want to assimilate,
there is another force so much
more powerful whid
cannot relinquish tins heritage."
It has been preserved too long
to cast away.
"Hang in!" Didn't Tevye say
in Fiddler"When it carries to
her
hand!"
This sermoni/er and others
like him, the silent and the
eloquent, have often made my
day. As chaplain. I am learning
there are not only sermons in
synagogues and in stones, there
are also those who lie in hospi-
tal beds.
*; j*Ht
KABBI HAROID MCffTft
Sometimes these sermoni/:ers
are silent with an eloquence that
surpasses that of flowery ora-
I r>. Other tirr.es they are quite
vociferous though their pulpits
are not vertical as are those of

Strange, to a former pulpit
rabbi switching roles being
pleached to and listening with
all my three ears! There are
times when the horizontal ;i-l-
piteer's I i tngl through
with such impact that I wish I
could borrow a synagogue pul-
pit for a few moments and bor-
row the iu as conveyed with
lings of the prone preacher.
I am beginning to feel every-
body must have at least one
good sermon which improves as
it goes undelivered.
There is something uncanny
about the sick; most people be-
come more real and jierceptive
when they become hospital pa-
tients. One such patient, who
upon my entry Into the room
v a- already In a vertical preach-
informed me how-
difficult li.'e sometimes is and
how unfort .r.-ite when .
these :elm
and make
H thai on that
morning, I that
him deep-
ly tor hia ;. I de-
It brought to my mil
to
aer't Elliott H. Feinberg has been"
tne ean\ : the 10th cen- j ,
turyae appointed to the business
However a: development department of
Jews Hollywood Federal Savings
liberati and they were and Loan Association ac-
frea b nly as Jews, they cording to James M. Blanz.
parted whether he 1St ,or local weekly, he
had indeed isenger was known as "Mr. Hi-Rise"
from above with a vital and and is active in the Holly*
re:cvam wood Men's Golf Ass'n.
War Vets, AJConimittec
Rap Latham's Candidacy
The Jewish War Veterans of
the State of Florida this week
declared that Jeffrey Latham,
candidate for state treasurer in
next Tuesday's elections, should
not "gloat over the fact that he
has the endorsement" of the Ku
Klux Klan.
The JWV's statement was in
reaction to Latham's refusal to
reject the KKK's support of his
candidacy.
Harold C. Uhr, commander of
the JWV Department of Florida,
said, "Can he feel that the
public is so stupid or complacent
that they will believe that a
man desiring to attain such a
high governmental office is not
aware of the KKK and its poli-
cies?"
I Hit < HABOED that State
Republican I i. g,
"Ton n Thomas ii not help-
ing hi, part;. ountry"
by condoning Latham's refusal
to reject the Klan's support
In another announcement
here, the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the American Jewish
Committee also condemned
Latham's candidacy.
In a letter to Thomas, Dr.
Charles Pw Beber. president of
the chapter, questioned the
qualification of a candidate for
public office in 1974 who reports
that he knew nothing about the
Klan being anti-Semitic and
anti-Black."
Gulag Archipelago
To Be Reviewed
Bv Rabbi Jaffe
e>
The Gulag Archipelago" by
AJeksandr I. Solzhenitsyn will
be reviewed
by
Samuel
Jaffe. spirit-
ual leade
Temple Beth

The book re-
Mew will fol-
low the
monthly
meeting and
luncheon of
the S.
hood in the
n Auditorium of the temple.
TV author calls the
an experiment in .iterary
book he tag
: with reluctant
he*-"' ublication
mpleted book. .My
i those sti
; obligation to the
now that State Security
a book anyway, I
hav- native but to pub-
liately."
R* the luncheon
and | ted to Sis-
terhood members. Call Mrs. Irv-
ing Green or Mrs. Charles
Wolfe.
Bar Mitzvah
SHARON' MIVER
Sharon, daughter of Mr. and
Mn. Harry Miner, will be Bat
Mitzvah Friday, Nov. 15, at 8
p.m.
(All Temple* are requested to
end their Bar /Bat Mitzvah
ehedsta for the year to Jewish
Floridian Shofar. 1909 Harrison
St.. Ilollvwooil. Florida.
Community Calendar
VRWW. NOVEMBER 8
Temple Sinai OR Hospitality WeekendThru Nov. 10
SINDAY. NOVEMBER 10
State of Israel Breakfast10:00 a.m.Hallandale Jewish
Center.
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 11
Temple Beth 111 Boaid Meeting8:00 p.m.Temple.
Terr; ic Bath Shalom Hoard Meeting8:00 p.m.Temple.
Tl LSIIAY. NOVEMBER 12
Temple Beth El SUterhood Meeting/LuncheonTobin Au-
ditorium.
Youth Aliyah LuncheonReef RestaurantFt. Lauderdale
Noon.
Sanlnc Friendship Club MeetingNoonTemple Beth Sha-
lom Assembly Hall.
Temple Israel Board Meeting:00 p.m.Temple.
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER ^3
Temple Sinai Men's Club Brunch10:30 a.m.Haber Karp
Hall.
Fight For Sight Meeting12:30 p.m.Temple Beth EL
Temple Solel Board Meeting8:00 p.m.Temple.
TIH KSDAV, NOVEMBER 14
National Council of Jewish WomenHollywood Chapter-
Membership Meeting11:30 a.m.Temple Beth El.
SATl KDAY. NOVEMBER 16
Temple Israel of Miramar Sisterhood Barbeque and Square
Dance8:00 p.m.
SINDAY, NOVEMBER 17
Temple Beth El Brotherhood BreakfastTemple.
Temple Beth Shalom Men's Club Breakfast10:00 a.m.
Assembly Hall.
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18
NCJW Discussion Group1:00 p.m.Home Federal Build-
ingHallandale.
TIKSDAY. NOVEMBER 19
.Senior friendship Club MeetingNoonTemple Beth Sha-
lom Assembly Hall.
Hillcrest Hadassah Regular Meeting12:30 p.m.Hillcrest
Palladium.
Hallandale Chapter of Hadassah Paid-up Membership Tea
12:30 p.m.Hallandale Jewish Center.
Temple Sinai Board Meeting7:45 p.m.Temple.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20
JCC Seniir Adult Tour of Coconut Grove.
Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood Fashion Show/Luncheon
11:30 a.m.Temple Grand Ballroom.
Jewish War Veterans AuxiliaryPost No. 613Board Meet-
ingHome Federal BuildingHallandale.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21
Jewish Family Service Board Meeting8:00 p.m.Home
Federal BuildingHollywoodAmericana Room.
JCC Launches Diversified
Program For Jewish Youth
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida Ulolly-
i Extension), as part of Its
ial commitment to the local
' community, is launching
a widely diversified program
which will be aimed at the gen-
eral Jewish youth community.
Tl is year JCC is catering to
both the youth of Greater Holly-
J and North Dade County.
The office in North Dade
County is located at the Trail-
er." 204IK) NF. 24th Ave. North
932 9404. and the
1 Youth Office is at
19(* Harrison St., r920-2089i.
Two additional staff members
have been hired to handle the
added task Mrs Mike Fried will
manage the program for elemen-
lol children from kinder-
garten to fifth grade, and Rafael
Sonnfild will deal with the
youth from sixth grade up.
The ver. \ nog w;l] be offered
a program of After School Ac-
tivity." including activities such
as sports, arts and crafts, mini-
science, ceramics, drama and
puppetry Parents who wish to
enroll them in this program can
obtain further information by
phoning Mrs. Fried,
The youth of Junior High age,
grades 6-9, are offered a series
of field trips two Sundays a
month with a program called
"Sunday Funday." All young-
- who are interested should
contact the office for further in-
formation.
A first "Kick-Off" dance for
junior high youngsters, is ached-
tor Sal irday, Nov. 16, it is
hoped that at the dance manv
junior higbars will atfc nd and
Voice their interests so that ap-
propriate programs and plans
can be prepan d.
The Senior Hiuh youth will
run the pearly Kikea-thon in
mction with "Women's Plea
K"'' Hum on Behalf of
" This group of
senloi interim committee
which repre entl the Senior High
Jewish Youth of our communitv.
will meet and plan with
Sonoanteld, the youth advisor,
the whole year'i orogram.
The Jewi-h Community Center
WWW of the urgent need
which exist-, within our" com-
munity for communal Jewish
youth activi' -s In order to ful-
fill this Dead, they offer the
youth a "drop in" center which
hopefully wi;i open its doors the
beginning of 1975.
The drop in center will be a
Place in wi h youth can con-
gregate for ha in a coffee house
atmosphere ,nd with it, find
ways to involve themselves in
various act ,es It is the hope
of JCC tha- is type of activity
and involvr nt wiU help youth
find an adatpiali way to vent
their talent nd energies.
? ""
I
I
>

L
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
23 HESHVAN 5:15
Religious
Services
HAIUNDAIE
HALLANPALE JEWISH CENTS*
(Conservative). 416 NE Slh An
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Canto*
Jacob Oanziaer.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
1*801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingaley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes.
NORTH BR0WARD
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Liberal. 3501 Univer-
ity Dr. Rabbi Max WoiU.
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER, 87SS
N.w. 57th St.. (Conservative) Rab-
bi Milton J. Groat.
HOLLYWOOD
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
(Orthodox). 3891 Sterling Rd. op-
posite Ho.lywood Hills High School.
President Or. Frank Stain.
TEMPLE BETH CL /Reform) 1381 S
1h Ave.. Hollywood. Rabhi Samul
Jaffe. Assistant Rabbi Harvey M.
Rostnfeld.
BETH SHALOM (Tempiei Conserva-
tive. 4801 Arthur M*. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky, Cantor irvIng Gold.
TEMPLE BETH AHM (Coneervatlve).
_310 SW 62nd Ave., Hollywood.
TEMPLE SOLEl (Liberal!. 8001
Thomas St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Rob-
rt Fraain.
TEMPLE SINAI (Conservative). 1201
Johnson St. Rabbi David Shaoiro.
Associate Rabbi Chaim S. Liatfield.
Cantor Yehuda Hailkraun.
TEMPLB :*.RAEL S20 8W SBth St. Raool Avrom
Draxln.
KMMOKI runs
TEMPLE IN TH PINES (ConMrva*
tive) Pinaa Middle School. 200 Na
Douglas Rd.. Pembroke Pine*
Rabbi Aaron Shaoere,


Soverr
mber 1. 1974 +Jei*tFhridi&n Page 15
'
Hi
(o Move from Fear
k Haired -- Watch (he Irish Bubbas
r1 goi( Kl KOKTs lo integrate the public schools of Boston
.tk fall. M oidered by federal court, revealed a classic
(i( ok and new power groups. Back Power asserted
Linn the yean of legal battles' to force the recalcitrant mem-
lifl of the Hoston School Committee to knuckle to the 1954
TJien* Court ruling 20 years later.
Green Power fought fiercely on the Irish turf of South
totin t prevent from bringing blacks into that enclave.
BIT IK new kind of Desegregation Emmy could be
'gamed, it should go to Grey Power that valiant band of
IjjjiD, Barton lush grandmothers who brought brave banners
MmIcoiw to the besieged school, a welcome to make glad the
Lgrts of black youngsters who had to run the gamut of dirty
waUt ind -'"Minn.
7 : l bubbes! They themselves handing apples and
Imk! ani! oranges to the frightened invaders" from Roxbury
I f were something! Grey Power, oldsters whose shining
Iku hi
\ Bottoi lown on "forced busing" came after a long
I ( hectic planning and defiance. The public school prr>
I I out their homework with skill and deter-
ItEatii n.
MAI OR KEVIN White and Police Commissioner Robert
I native newcomer to the Hub. laid out precise
I on and Off buses, in and out of classrooms.
J The itablishment not noted for digging deep in
I' i lorate kntergroup tensions, came up with
If- ; ay tm the transition.
I Humberto I 'ardinal Medefne, going valiantly against the
I ii South Boston parishioners, led the community
I for an end to hatred and violence.
And tin lany of whom on their hearths at home
Ibd mutl sinst integration, discharged their security
[
then, was the trouble?
IT WAS i I all with demagogi.es among the politicians
I i tanned the flames of :e-istance. Tlieir last
I i >,i been sounded; but if they will only lift up
Ifteir. t- to the South and the rout of Lester Maddox. the>
I thai new winds of civic decency will carry them to
I on,
The I too, was with a band of young rowdies, mal-
I who always spoil for fights. In a South Boston
I" *.000 they totaled only about 300; but their Buliy
igh to make the righteous weep,
fina .. the fault was with the hard core of parents
win it. acted out Casti Giambattist*'s ancient
t i- the road that leads from fear to hate."
IHEJ WERE paralysed by fear and yielded to their basest
lit* ment Of madness, challenged Senator Ted
your one-legged sop to a Roxbury school."
that she had been apart by the aiaaiitnatkin
Bob Kennedy but wouldn't mind i( Ted met the
th From fear to liate. What a road to travel!
IBM Circk of humans, in the ranks of Boston
I want those now out kept out forever, there has
| ars ni'ieh cnticism of permissiveness, a con-
ic* not just a flight from discipline but a refusal
thai every urban problem car. best be solved by
scribing to all that we have come to lisjilstaml by the code
[wros, "law-and-order."
in the Boston school integration experience.
eaaots of that civic creed demand that law keep
|^ PUbUe schools and order give way to the most
kind of stoning, the ugliest use of racist dirty names.
i
Study Shows Big Housing Needs
^JOl'NING at reasonable rates, with the facili-
ties and environment enabling it to serve
the functions of a "ral home." was lound to
be the paramount need of elderly Jews in Cam-
den County in a new survey made by the Jewish
Federation of Camden County.
According to a preface of the report on
"The Needs of Jewish Older Adults," the Fed-
eration purchased in September, 1972, an exist-
ing nursing home and converted it into the
Jewish Geriatric Home.
AT THAT time, according to the preface,
Federation leadership began to consider the pos-
sibility of building an apartment house on the
same site for elderly Camden County Jews still
in good health. From various data, it was con-
cluded that the Jewish population of 60 years
and older was 1,040 in 1973. slightly under six
percent of the estimated 18,230 Jewish residents
of Camden County in 1973.
Questionnaires were prepared for the study
and these were completed for 262 persons, 175
interviewed at the Jewish Community Center
and 87 elderly Jews interviewed in their homes.
CHARLES PLOTKIN. Federation assistant
executive director, said that "care was taken
to insure that all geographic locations and types
of neighborhoods were covered, thereby obtain-
ing a representative sampling." He estimated
that the survey reached about 26 percent of the
60-and-over population of the Camden County
Jewish community.
The report .said that, judging by the numl>er
of Jews voicing interest in some kind of housing
for senior citizens, there would be no lack of
tenants it the Federation did undertake to
sponsor an apartment house for the Jewish well
elderly.
THE STUDY also found that the reasons
for inteiest in housing was not always correlat-
ed with dissatisfaction with the living arrange-
ments the respondents had. The study found
that many Jews were living in unfavorable en-
vironments "but just as many are living in
desirable sections and in nice homes." The study
concluded that as people get older, "there is
more they need to satisfy their wants besides
an attractive home."
Rents that were either too high or unstable
or both also were cited, as was lack of social
activities and preference by those living with
their children for a place of their own "if they
could afford it."
THE STUDY used a basis for income
eligibility which differed from that of the fed-
eral Department of Housing, which limits maxi-
mum income for one |rson of $-1,600 annually
for government subsidized housing. The study
found 74 Jews in that category HIT) maximum
income for two people is $5,200. The study in-
terviewed 22 couples in that category.

ewmotif
;v
^Tj. mLriebn
ia
Henry Kissinger's Folly Detente
|N "CONFRONTATION: The Middle East and
World Politics" by Walter liqueur I Nlew
York. Bantam Books. $1.95, 306 pp.) the eminent
F.nglish author states that while the Israel mili-
tary leaders had underrated the Arab potential
and misread his intentions, Israel's basic failure
was (Kilitical and not military in character.
He places a good portion of the blame on
a lack of foresight and the failure to display
gi eater political wisdom. Israel erroneously pur-
sued a pottcy that was beyond its strength to
sustain for an extended period.
THE AUTHOR argues that the political
loss even loss of face which is so important
in the Middle Fast was costly because it
could have avoided the Yom Kippur War by
making the same KiM esslieil that she ulti-
mately made. Israel had no policy other than
that of intransigi nee "immobilisme" is the
term of liqueur.
Most of the book is devoted to matters of
political science and the post War problems. The
War revealed what the United States never
acknowledged: the weakness of the Atlantic
Alliance.
The rift caused by the failure of every
nation, excepi Holland and Portugal, to stand
firm with the U.S. appeared to have been heal-
ed. The Cyprus fiasco reveals not only the
ahsuidity of NATO bu* the stupidity of the
State Itepartment policies and Kissinger's ad-
herence to them.
LAQUEUR STATES that Kissinger "dl#
not want a decisive Israeli victory," and he re-
garded the crisis "as a major nuisance for it
threatened the whole detente edifice in which
he had invested so much effort."
Kissinger is a master of words, a mast"! of
procrastination, and a master of deceit. His
postponement of the day of reckoning; is aimed
to secure his monument. The American public
has been brainwashed by the public relations
men Of Nixon and Kissinger. There is no 1"
in Vietnam.
The war is still on. Sadat promises war in
the Viddie East, ami the Soviets are not only
rearming Syria and Iraq but also the Palestinian
terrorists, and the Soviets are to serve as co-
chairman at the Geneva conferences. What
hypocrisy!
KOY D. KtHII.ER. I .eon OOUM and II I..
Harvey in 'The Sovii t Union and the October
1973 War" (University of Miami Center for
Advanced International Studies, 131 pp.) re-
veal the Soviet role prior to and during the
Yom Kippur War. Letters and telegrams from
Brezhnev to Arab leaders and kings exhorting
them to aid and fight with Syria and Egypt
are reproduced in full.

Arab's International Tactics Simple: From Oil Freeze to Price Freeze
\"w that the Aiabs have brought the world to
"? knees with its oil freezes and restrictions on
it apparently jS turning its nttmtion to the
WJ world, to gain their ends.
sinn ,:,. ,, pre88ure exer1cd by tnf Arab, seems
borne fruit with the countries formerly friend-
Li^ : ,ht' Moslems are beginning to throw
round in the Asian Sports Federations,
,.... ,,, m ,siMl ^^^ or kicked out of a
petitions.
&e "",VV "' ,ne Arabs' move in pressuring
" F.Hitball Confederation to bar Israel from
an..- future competitions and from eon
"aments comprised of Asiun Football
' the majority of the 17 co intrlea voting
in the matter do not even field soccer
the vote was staged in such a
"'lie of the countries were entitled to
.* *acn: one for the soccer team proper ami
'he fOOtball **C,,ltiv<.c fr..r,- h rmmtrux
shot i
football executives from the countries
U we witnessed the ludicrous sight of
tie Jai anese soccer team voting to kick Israel out
Of the Confederation whereas its executives abstained
In the voting.
ISRAEL, of course, is protesting this whole move
(0 the Executive Board of FIFA with a good iikeli-
hood thnt EIKA will rescind the vote of the Asian
( m(deration and Of exclude said organization from
: MM international comi>etition until it straightens
out its attitude toward the Is-^elis.
James IfOQufW. the head of the U.S. Football
er Association, a long-time friend of Israel, is
particularly irked over the action of the Asian foot-
ball people and is circulating a letter among members
of the Executive Board of FIFA to do everything in
their power to do right by the Israelis in this shock-
ing development.
The matter apparently Is so important that the
AFC ruling actually was placed on the agenda for
the weekly Cabinet meeting, folkiwing the edict
passed b> the Asian Football Confederation.
UNFORTUNATELY, this situation is new and
intolerable, and only time will tell how much muscle
the Arabs can throw around in the sj>: ts world. They
have already proved their strength in the oil world
and are determined to emasculate Israel in sports if
they can get away with it.
to the Arab boycott, the Israeli soccer team
got free tickets to the finals when both North Korea
and Kuwait failed to appear for their scheduled
matches.
In the linaLs, Israel played before one hundred
sand over-wrought spectators, losing 1-0 in a
hard-fought contest which saw an Israeli blast in
Iran's goal.


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Volume 4 Number 22
Hollywood, Florida Friday, November 8, 1974
Price 25 cents
Pacesetters 'Shomrim Soiree'' Set For December 15
Mrs. Al>n Gordon and Nathan
Prltcher will cochair arrange-
ments for the "Shomrim Soiree"
to be held by the Pacesetters
Division of the United Jewish
Appeal's "M campaign in the
Regency Room of the Diplomat
Hotel on Sunday, December 15.
Cocktails ror the e-.egant din-
nir dance will start at 6 p.m.
with dinner to follow at 7 p.m.
The word "Shomrun" means
"guardians." signifying the first
group of people who guarded the
settlements in tsrae?. The lions
i the Temple were guardians.
Pacesetters Guardians will
be treated to a full
i. nin : entertainment with
itstanding guest.
Si .-..:.. with Mrs. Gordon and
Irs. Prltcher ;:re Mrs. Paul
Paul Weiner and
b. M irtin Bertman.
1 l airman of the event is
I Hornstein with Herbert
MM. AILIN GORDON
Katz and Ben Tobin acting as
honorary chairmen.
Honorary sponsors are Rabbis
Avrom Drazin. Robert Frazin,
Samuel Z. Jaffe. Chaim List-
NATHAH PklTOilR
field. Morton Malavsky, Harold
Richter, Harvey Rosenfeld,
David Rosen feld. Harry K.
Schwartz and David Shapiro.
Sponsors at the present time
2,500 Leaders To Attend
CJFWF General Assembly
Over 2,500 representatives
bom virtual!) every organized
J- wish immunity in the United
ptato! nd Canada are expected
attend the 43rd General As-
' I the Council of Jewish
rations and Welfare Funds
I' b) held in Chicago Nov. 13-17,
t ording to Ra.inond Epstein
Chicago, president of the
Count...
Geared to the theme: "Crisis
' : The New Chap-
ea lership of the Jew-
Federations and Welfare
f mIs in North America will
heel at The Palmer House and
fee P. n ress Hotel for the
I ay conclave devoted to an
' iment of the crit-
[' ..... < f" < ': American Jewish com-
- verseas lenders expect-
ed as well from Israel. France,
Italy, Switzerland and South
A: a Mr. Epstein noted that
the attendance is expected to be
t'"e largest in the Council's 43-
year history.
The Councii of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds is
the association of central Jew-
ish community organizations
Federations, Welfare Funds,
munity Councils serving
rewish communities in the
United States and Canada. It
aids these communities to mo-
bilise maximum support for the
I \ and other overseas agen-
I, as well as for major na-
I '. and local services Involv-
ing financing, planning and op-
erating health, welfare, cultural,
cd.icational. community relations
and other programs benefiting
ajl residents.
Poor Aid
Grant Gets
Stop Sign
NEW YORK (JTA) The
City Administration has stopped
a $750,000 two year grant to aid
the Jewish poor nine months
after it was approved, it was
disclosed here by S. Elly Rosen,
associate executive director of
the Association of Jewish Anti-
Poverty Workers (AJAPW).
At the same time, Rabbi Jack
Simcha Cohen, executive direc-
tor of the Metropolitan New
York Coordinating Council on
Jewish Poverty, sent a mem-
orandum to the Council's board
of directors several days ago
staling:
"As of Sept. 30, all funds for
Continued on Page 13
ussians Seen Ignoring Agreement
>n Emigres as Jews are Threatened
| LONDON (JTA) New re-
Pits of harassment, break-ins
pd threats against visa appii-
an;s er.d Jews generally con-
Inucd to pour in from the So-
let Union less than a week after
le announcement in Washing-
ton of the U.S.-Soviet understand-
pp thai was supposed to elimi-
ate harassment and ease visa
pstrictions.
I Jewish sources in the Soviet
fnion reported that militiamen
pntinued to invade the apart-
ments occupied by Moscow Jews
?ho lost their jobs after applying
pr exit visas.
tTHE MILITIAMEN said their
rders were to check on unem-
loyed persons of Jewish nation-
lity who had applied for emigra-
|on, the sources said.
I In Kiev, hooligans broke into
je apartment of Jewish activist
furi Tartakowski and stole
joncy and documents while Tar-
fkowski was staying with his
grandfather, Jewish sources re-
ported.
It was the second time since
Oct. 18 that an attempt was made
to enter the flat. The sources
said that since Tartakowski has
been under day and night sur-
veillance by the KGB, the bur-
glars could not have broken in
without the connivance of the
secret police.
The Odessa flat of another
Jewish activist. Lev Roitbard.
was searched by the KGB last
week. They confiscated Hebrew
books and a food parcel from
abroad. On the next day. Mrs.
Roitbard was charged with black
market activities.
HER HUSBAND was asked to
give evidence against her but
refused, Jewish sources reported.
In Minsk, the capital of the
Byelorussian Soviet Republic,
warnings were distributed to
workers not to talk to foreign
correspondents. Although the
warnings were addressed to all
workers, they were handed only
to Jewish workers, sources re-
ported.
The Byelorussian state publish
ing house announced a second
printing of Vladimir Begun's
book accusing Jews of counter-
revolutionary activity. About
25.000 copies of the anti-Semitic
book have already been distrib-
uted.
MEANWHILE, Alexander V
ronel, the 43-year-old Jewisk
physicist, has gone into hidinA
to avoid arrest on charges of
parasitism. Voronel, who had to
leave his job two and a half years
ago because he applied for an
exit visa and has been unable to
find other employment, was sum-
moned to a hearing in Moscow.
He was accused of "parasitism''
and given two weeks to find a
job or go to jail.
include Paul Anton, Dr. Norman
Atkin, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Baer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baer,
Leo Balkin, Ross Beckerman,
Isaac Benwitt, Zachery Bial,
Lewis Cohn, Morrie Courtney,
I. A. Durbin, Mrs. Albert Ein-
stein. Allen Gordon, Jules
Gordon, Martin Haspel, Sydney
Holtzman, Benjamin Klein, Paul
Koenig, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Kraemer and Dr. Meron
Levitate.
Also Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Margulies, Jesse Martin, Dr.
Samuel Meline, Maurie Mey-
ers, James Fox Miller, Joseph
Nenierson, Paul Nestel, Dr.
Robert Pitteil, Albert Ponn,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pritcher,
A. J. Salter, Ben Salter, Leon-
ard Schiff, Dr. Joel Schneider,
Reuben Schneider, Joseph
Schwartz, Saul Seidman, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Shenker, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Smallberg,
Otto Stieber, Mrs. Marcia
Tobin, Paul Weiner, Albert
Yorra. David Yorra and Sam-
uel Zcitlin.
Pacesetter chairman Moses Hornstein congratulates Mrs.
Karen Margulies, Women's Division Campaign vice presi-
dent, on the notable advance contributions of her division
while Mrs. Hornstein looks on.
Robert Baer Reappointed To
UJA Young Leaders Cabinet
Robert Baer of Hollywood, has
been reappointed a member of
the nationwide United Jewish
Appeal Young Leadership Cabi-
net, Donald S. Gould, chairman,
has announced.
"Mr. Baer's record of concern
and support for the Jewish peo-
ple has marked him as one
whose service on the Young
Leadership Cabinet will be in-
valuable in these crucial times,"
Mr. Gould stated.
"The 1975 UJA campaign year
will 1 e a year In which our sup-
port for the people of Isras
must e greater than ever be-
fore, because their human needi
now are even greater than they
were during the war itself. We
are looking confidently to Mr.
Baer for the leadership that will
be so essential if we are to fully
meet our traditional human-
itarian responsibilities this com-
ing year."
Mr. Baer. associate chairman
of the 1973 Greater Hollywood
Symington Says
Atoms in Mideast
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Sen. Stuart Symington (D.,
Mo.) said here that nuclear weapons have been paced in the Middle
East.
He made the disclosure in an unexpected departure from the
text of a statement he was reading at a meeting oi the General As-
sembly's First Committee (Political Committee), which was discuss-
ing the subject of "Non-Proliferation and Related Nuclear Issues."
Continued on Page 9
ROBERT BAER
United Jewish Appeal Cam-
paign, serves on the board of
directors of the Jewish Family
( on tin lift! on Page 3