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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
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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.
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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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and SIIOFAH OF GREATER HOlXYWOOIf
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6 Number 9
Hollywood, Florida Friday, April 23, 1976 Fn" c- ***** nMar, aphi 2s, is7 prjce 25 cents
Broward Federation Campaign Passes $3.5 Million
The Jewish Federation of
Broward Campaign has
the $3.5 million mark.
Thanks to all of you, we
ve raised more than $3.5 mil-
Ion," said Jewish Federation of
ith Broward campaign chair-
Lewis E. Cohn this week.
It was a difficult amount to
but lo and behold, we
a it" he added.
"Still there are many human-
nan needs that must be sup-
rted," Cohn continued
Executive director of Federa-
o Bob Pearlman said, "Real-
ically, we need twice the
mint of our goal to make a
dent in the needs of the
pie we support in Israel and
home."
To thank all contributors and
lebratc the amount of the
ney raised, the Federation is
sponsoring five events at va-
rious temples in the area.
Sunday, April 25, at 10 a.m.
at Temple Beth El, and at 11
a.m. at Temple Sinai, guest
speaker at the breakfasts will
be Shlomo Cohen, who recently
returned from service with the
Israeli Defense Force. He is a
doctoral student in law at New
York University.
At Temple Beth Shalom, Is-
raeli attorney Danny Pinkas will
speak at 10 a.m. April 25. Pin-
kas is former press officer to
Gen. Davish, commander of the
Southern Egyptian Front. He is
author of several publications,
including a paper on the South-
ern Front and a book, "The Six-
Day War."
A brunch is planned for May
2 at 10 a.m. at Temple Solel
when Shlomo Cohen will again
speak.
The final temple event of the
campaign will be at Temple Is-
rael of Miramax. It's a "Wine
and Cheese" evening, beginning
at 7:30 at the temple May 5.
William Tanenbaum, a grad-
uate of Columbia University,
president of a land development
company and editor of the
Chronicle in Sarasota, will be
the guest speaker. He will talk
on "Hear the Needs of Israel."
For more information on any
of the breakfasts or other
events, please call 921-8810.
And don't forget Saturday's
golf tournament at 9 a.m. at
Emerald Hills Country Club.
The tournament is to raise
money for Israel and other hu-
manitarian efforts sponsored by
the Federation.
1976-Israel's Year of Energy
[ As Yom Haatzmaut approach-
on Wednesday, May 5, Wil-
Littman, chairman. South
oward board of governors,
uth Florida Israel Bond Or-
ation campaign, has stress-
that Israel must strive for
Kal economic independence.
[At a meeting of key Israel
end campaign leaders from
de and Broward Counties,
an said: "Israel is fighting
survival on two fronts and
|ctory on the first front, po-
tical survival, will be empty
pthout victory on the second
ont, economic survival."
[ He continued: "In 1976 Israel
pnds for economic develop-
ment will be bonds of Jewish
solidarity to meet the Arabs'
political and economic offensive
against Israel. Through the Is-
rael Bond Organization, Israel
receives the tools to establish a
sound foundation for her secu-
rity.
'It is the total support by
American Jewry every man,
woman and child who is a pur-
chaser or involved in the pur-
chase of State of Israel Bonds
that keeps Israel going and
maintains the vital economic de-
velopment and agricultural pro-
grams," Littman said. 'The im-
portance of funds mobilized
through the South Florida Is-
rael Bond Organization cam-
paign is considerable. Because
of the severe shortage of for-
eign currency, Israel has been
forced to curtail her economic
development activities. This
year the entire development
budget will total $1 billion, and
the largest possible share of this
must come from Israel Bonds.
"Because of Israel's total de-
pendence on imported fuel, in-
creased funds have been al-
located for developing Israel's
own sources of energy but have
had to be curtailed. This search
for new sources of energy must
come from Israel Bonds."
allaghan Will be More Reserved
Ward Israel Needs Than Wilson
Activists
Shots
At Soviets
B MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) Compared with Harold Wilson,
nes Callaghan is bound to appear less favorably dis-
sed towards Israel. However, this is less a reflection on
pitain's new Prime Minister than on his predecessor's
Ttraordinary popularity with the Jewish community and
" close ties with Israeli leaders.
But in Callaghan's two
years as Foreign Secretary,
there has been little sign of
I1! oi divergence between the two
J dttOtS men over the handling of
Middle East policies.
THE MOST significant aspect
of Callaghan's thinking on the
Middle East concerns his at-
titude towards the Palestinian
Arab question. Three years ago,
as opposition spokesman on for-
eign affairs, Callaghan referred
to the Palestinian question as
simply a refugee problem re-
quiring a "humane solution."
However, 14 months later, his
views had changed. After a fry-
ing visit to Egypt and Israel
shortly after the Yom Kippur
War, Callaghan said he would
like all sides in the Mideast to
"recognize the right of the Pal-
estinian people to be represent-
ed at direct negotiations and to
see a personality defined for
them in the final settlement"
CALLAGHAN ha* stock to
this view since becoming For-
eign Secretary end has repeated
it in Parliament Wilson used
|NEW YORK (JTA) Nine
T*cow Jewish activists have
aemned as a "terrorist act"
shots fired at the Soviet
won to the United Nations,
b National Conference on So-
Pi ewr? reported. The NCSJ
a the nine activists issued the
uwing statement:
l"We strongly condemn the
Pnpt of the terrorist act com-
F!ed by an extremist group
| the Soviet UN Mission
I New York. We find the use of
or as a method of political
"Wle to be morauv unac-
able. To use such methods
UT means to come down to the
1 of the terrorists who are
Participating in the
01 the Security Council.
a similar formula when ad-
dressing Jewish audiences in
the past week.
Callaghan is also on the rec-
ord as saying that although the
British Labor Party sought good
relations with all Middle East
countries, "that does not mean
deserting old friends in order
to cultivate new ones nor
would anyone have much re-
spect for us if we did."
He returned from his Middle
East tour in 1974 deeply im-
pressed by President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt as a man of
peace.
"ISRAEL'S unique experi-
ment in democratic socialism
can only survive in the long
run in a climate of peace," he
said, adding that Israel's lead-
ers faced "more difficult deci-
sions than those facing Arabs."
Although he has not been as
close to the Jewish community
as Wilson, Callaghan has been
sensitive to the question of So-
viet Jewry. He claimed in 1973
that he had raised the issue dur-
ing a visit to the Kremlin.
He also testified to the effec-
tiveness of demonstrations in
the West and urged that they
should continue. Only last
month, as Foreign Secretary, he
raised the Jewish question
with Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko.
LEWIS E COHN
ROBERT A PEARLMAN
New Version of How
Jews Were 'Behind' Hitler
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) A lecturer at the Fed-
eral University in Brasilia has claimed that Hitler was a
tool of German Jews who brought him to power because
"they expected from him better economic possibilities in
Germany."
That version of history was given by Prof. Lucas Wajes
Branadao in a lecture labeled "Study of Brazilian Prob-
lems." According to Branadao, "the Nazi Party in Germany
came to power thanks to the Jews. The Jews placed Hitler
in power. The German capital was Jewish. Hitler never
rejected Jewish capital. Who were the Krupps (the leading
German munitions manufacturers)?
"Josef Goebbels, Minister of Propagnada, was of Jew-
ish descent ..."
Branadao's lecture was recorded in shorthand by one
of his students. Manuel Waisman, a member of the Brazil-
ian House of Representatives, brought the transcript be-
fore a plenary session of the house and demanded that the
Ministers of Justice and Education investigate the lecture.
In an unrelated development, it was announced that
Foreign Minister Azaredo Da Silveira and Justice Minister
Armando Falcao received two leaders of the United Hias
Service last Wednesday.
The are Carl Glick and HIAS Executive Vice President
Gaynor Jacobson who have been visiting Argentina, Chile
and Uruguay on a fact-finding mission.
We Have No A-Bombs
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli officials have again
denied that their country has nuclear bombs. Israel is not
a nuclear power, and it will not be the first to introduce
atomic weapons into the Middle East, the officials said,
responding to a report in the current issue of Time
magazine that Israel has a stock of 13 locally-made nuclear
bombs and considered using them during the 1973 Yom
Kippur War.
Israeli sources were quoted as suggesting to foreign
news media that the Time report, like last month's CIA leak
that Israel has 10-to-20 nuclear weapons, was leaked to
counter Israel's objections to the sale of American arms
to Egypt and its own requests for increased American mili-
tary assistance.
Costa Rica Prexy Given
Welcome in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) President Daniel Oduber
Quiros of Costa Rica was welcomed rt the gates of Jeru-
salem Monday by Mayor Teddy Kollek with the tradition-
al bread and salt at the start of an official visit to Israel.
Oduber flew into Lod Airport, where he was welcomed
by President Katzir and Premier Rabin. Katzir and Oduber
in short statements both stressed the close t.es linking the
two countries.
During his visit, he was scheduled to address the
Knesset an honor reserved for visiting heads of state.



The Jewish Floridkm and Shojar of Greater Hollywood
Frktoj, April 23. 197!
The President's Puzzlement
In Jerusalem as chairman of the Jewish Agency
Board of Governors to attend budget meetings of that
organization, Max Fisher last week delivered himself
of a pronunciamento:
The industrialist opined that President Ford, who
is a close friend of his, has confessed that he is puzzled
by the growing tensions between the United States and
Israel.
According to Fisher, the President doesn't know
where they come from, and furthermore, Mr. Ford is
quite certain that they are not anywhere manifest in
the United States itself.
Ergo: It is the Israeli press that is fomenting the
tension.
The feeling we get from all of this is that Mr.
Fisher believes the President is right in his assessment,
and that Mr. Fisher is indeed puzzled, too.
If that is so, the problem is a simple one. Instead
of talking to each other, both the President and Mr.
Fisher ought to get out of their isolation booth and talk
to the American people specifically, to American
Jews.
In light of his distinguished role as a Jewish philan-
thropic leader, we would not have thought this would
be necessary for Mr. Fisher. Perhaps we are wrong.
Reasoning is Circular
For starters, they might pay some heed to Secre-
tary of State Henry Kissinger, who at a meeting the
other week of the American Jewish Congress in Wash-
ington, allowed that Israeli journalists are raving pa-
ranoiacs perhaps this is where Mr. Ford went to get
his understanding of the growth in tensions that puz-
zles him.
Then, Mr. Ford might assess las threat last week
to veto any foreign aid bill that would include extra
funds for Israel.
After that, he might assess his foreign policy, which
increasingly pushes Israel against the wall, increasing-
ly demands concessions from her in the name of peace,
while extracting no demands from the Arabs: for ex-
ample, a simple Arab statement of non-belligerency
toward Israel
After that, he might assess his not-so-subtle inten-
tion of ultimately recognizing the Palestine Liberation
Organization and the growing Arab pressure to wrest
control of Jerusalem back into their own grimy little
hands that once destroyed hundreds of synagogues in
the city, destroyed the Mount of Olives and closed Jews
off from their own Holy Places about none of which
Mr. Ford or his administration or his Secretary of State
seem to care even a whit.
After that Like Chad Gadya, the list is seem-
ingly endless. Mainly, it is circular. Always, it comes
back to the same thing. Why are the President and
Mr. Fisher so puzzled. Who's kidding whom?
Israel
Makes Sense
Unless mere U a Jewish peo-
ple, Israel makes no tense. It
didn't make sense when we
fought the War of Liberation
practically empty-handed
650,000 against tens of millions.
But it made sense if we knew
that Israel was not for our-
selves. And we knew we were
right when we made mass im-
migration from the camps in
Europe and from Arab coun-
tries, sometimes a thousand a
day. And now, when we see the
Russian Jews come in, we know
that Israel makes sense
Golda Meir
Belgium in Ties to PI/)
BRUSSELS (JTA) Belgium has established reg-
ular contacts with the PLO representatives in Brussels,
the Foreign Ministry spokesman announced here.
The spokesman said these contacts were between sen-
ior officials of the Ministry and the PLO representatives
serving as observers to the European organizations and
other international bodies here.
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O Fred C Shechet Friday. April 2S. IfTS
Mrs. Cannon
Is Elected
Vice President
Esther (Mrs. Ralph) Cannon,
of Pompano Beach, has been
elected vice president of the
Florida Region of Had ass ah for
1976-77. Mrs. Cannon is com-
pleting three years of presi-
dency of the Norm Broward
Chapter of Hadassah, which she
has headed since it was organ-
ized in 1973 as a Chapter-on-
the-Group plan. Starting with
only three groups and 333 mem-
bers, it is now a Chapter with
ten groups and more than 2,600
members.
Esther Cannon came to Flor-
ida from the Washington, D.C,
area, where she was president
of the Montgomery County, Md.,
Chapter. Prior to that she was
vice president of the Seaboard
Region of Hadassah and presi-
dent of the Business and Pro-
fessional Division of the Wash-
ington Chapter of Hadassah.
BEFORE the establishment of
the State of Israel, she was ac-
tive with the Christian Palestine
Committee and worked with
press, radio and Congress on
public-relations programs. Pro-
fessionally, she was engaged in
Dress, radio and television in
Washington and with the United
States Information Agency over-
seas. In Jordan she held a for-
eign correspondent's press card.
Mrs. Cannon will be install-
ed by Marilyn Weissman, past
president of the Florida Region,
Tuesday evening, April 27, at
the Deauville Hotel in Miami
Beach, at a banquet during the
annual conference of the Flor-
ida Region of Hadassah.
The guest speaker at the in-
stallation banquet will be the
conference Advisor, Deborah
(Mrs. Aaron) Kaplan, a member
of the National Board of Hadas-
sah. Mrs. Kaplan is national
fund-raising chairperson of Ha-
dassah Israel Education Serv-
ices and was chairperson of the
AID Grand Implementation a
SS million grant given to Hadas-
sah by the United States gov-
ernment.
The newly elected president
of the Florida Region is Marilyn
LeVTne of St. Petersburg. Other
vice presidents are Betty Fast
of Miami Beach. Bella Kobocow
of Maitland, Ellen Mandler of
Miami, Gus Mentz of Miami
Beach, Terry Rapaport of North
Palm Beach and Anne Sales of
Tampa. Treasurer is Rita Geller
of Orlando, recording secretary
is Staci Lesser of Palm Beach
and corresponding secretary is
Isabel Katz of Clearwater.
The Jewish Fleridlan has sbsorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. ...____
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Palm Beach; Sylvia Herman,
Miami; and Lisle Schick. Clear-
water.
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Friday, April 23. 1976
Interfaith Council
Presents 'Dialogue*
The Interfaith Council of
South Broward will present a
dialogue, "The Christian and
Jew in Today's Society," on
Monday, April 26, 7:30 p.m., at
St. Maurice's Church in Holly-
wood.
Rabbi Balfour Brickner, di-
rector, National Department on
Interreligious Affairs, Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, and Father Malcolm Boyd,
Episcopal priest, and an author,
will appear on the panel. Mod-
erator will be the Rev. James
Sprada. mm
Tickets are available at the
Mayor's office at Hollywood
City Hall, Jewish Federation.
Temple Beth El, and St. Mau-
rice's Church. Admission is $3.
Refreshments will be served.
The Jewish Federation's rep-
resentative on the lnterf.tti.
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Cohn, past president of Tenam
Beth El, on Saturday, MayTg
6 p.m. at its annual dinner meet
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Friday, April 23, 1976
The Jewish Fkridkm and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
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Soviet Jews
Get Local Help
Elaine Pittell, chairman of the
Soviet Jewry Committee for
Federation, and one of the re-
ELAINE PITTELL
| cent 1,000 Jewish leaders from
around the world to attend the
World Conference on Soviet
Jewry in Brussels, says there is
much to be done to support
I Jews in the Soviet Union.
"This is the number-one pri-
ority after Israel," she says.
According to the "Soviet Jew-
jry Action Newsletter," "several
[prominent activists most of
whom are long-time Refuseniks
I have received permission to
I emigrate.
"At first glance the permis-
sions could appear to be a re-
sult of the unprecedented vol-
ume of protest directed at the
Soviet Union's flagrant disre-
gard of the Helsinki agreements.
"A closer look, however,
shows that this tactic is mere
'window-dressing,' an attempt to
look good during the Brussels
Conference on Soviet Jewry and
at the recent Soviet Communist
Party's 25th Congress.
"The Soviet Jews regard their
struggle as not only one to get
permission, but also as one to
redevelop their cultural and re-
ligious identity."
In another news item in the
same paper, this story appeared:
"The local cinema in Rekh-
itza showed a film on Israel
depicting barefood and ragged
children and scenes of Jews
begging to be allowed to leave
the country.
"As a result of this, a would-
be emigrant was so upset that
she tried to cancel her applica-
tion. Her brother and others
had to persuade her that the
film was purely Soviet propa-
ganda and in fact she was al-
lowed to leave soon after."
At Federation here, Elaine
Pittell is busy coordinating let-
ter-writing activities to help So-
viet Jews get out of the coun-
try. If you would like to help,
call her at 921-8810.
Hadassah Celebrates Fifth
Hemispheres Hadassah cele-
brated its -fifth .anniversary
April 20 The meeting was held
in the Hemispheres Ballroom,
I with wine and song commemc-
I rating the event.
The Choral Group entertained
land the story of Passover was
I told by education vice president
[Hassie Lichtenstein.
Mrs. Belle Aaron, a past presi-
dent of the Hallandale Chapter,
also spoke. Mrs. George Gozan
and Mrs. Pauline Buchner, also
past presidents, addressed the
group.
Mrs. Gertrude Dank presided.
Mrs. Frances Littman intro-
duced the program.
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Installation
Dinner
The Brotherhood of Temple
Beth El will have a full-course
prime ribs Installation dinner,
Sunday, May 2, at the Temple.
The annual event will cost $8
for Brotherhood members and
their wives and $10 for non-
members and their guests.
Reservations must be made
by April 28.
She Teaches
Yiddish Classes
Lorna Tomkin is teaching
Yiddish in the Jewish Commu-
nity Center every Wednesday
from 10 a.m. to noon.
Cost is $3 for eight weeks of
instruction. For more informa-
tion call her at 525-9843.
Bar Mitzvah
JOEL ZOOK
Joel Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Calvin Zook, celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah on April 9 at Tem-
ple Beth El.
Joel is in the seventh grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and he plays in the band.
ft ft
AIMEE MANDELBAUM
Aimee Lynn, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Donald Mandelbaum,
will celebrate her Bat Mitzvah
May 1 at Temple Sinai.
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LAURA SCHOENBAUM
Laura, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Stephen Schoenbaum, will
celebrate her Bat Mitzvah May
7 at Temple Sinai.
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Histadrut Bruncheon
To Mark Independence Day
Israel Independence Day,
marking the 28th anniversary
of the founding of the State of
SEYMOUR I.IEBMAN
Israel, will be celebrated by the
Israel Histadrut Foundation
(IHF) Wednesday, May 5, with
a bruncheon at the Hillcrest
Country Club in Hollywood at
noon.
Announcement was made by
Dr. Morton Malavsky, chairman
of the IHF South Broward
Council and rabbi of Temple
Beth Shalom, who added that
Middle East expert Professor
Seymour B. Liebman will be
guest speaker at the IHF Israel
Independence Day event.
Dany Amihud, Israeli vocal-
ist and guitarist, will entertain
at the bruncheon. Rabbi Malav-
sky said. A veteran of the All-
Israel Armed Forces Shows,
Amihud toured the world after
his release from the Israeli
Army in 1972, appearing in
"From Israel With Love," spon-
sored by the Israeli govern-
ment.
ALSO ON the program will be
Dr. Sol Stein, national presi-
dent of the Histadrut Founda-
tion, noted economist and au-
thority on personal financial
planning.
Professor Liebman, a member
of American Professors for
Peace in the Middle East and
editor of "Mid-East Report,"
win discuss "The Kissinger Ex-
perience: American Foreign
Policy and the Middle East."
His book "The Middle East: A
Return To Facts," published by
the American Zionist Federa-
tion, is used as a text in three
colleges.
Liebman has been associated
with the University of Miami's
Institute of Inter-American Af-
fairs since 1971, and is an au-
thority on the history of Jews
in Latin America.
Chairmen of the organizing
committee for the bruncheon at
Hillcrest Country Club are Mrs.
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The Jewish Floridkm and Shofar of Greater HoUywood
FHday, April 23. 117,
There will be a press conference en Tuesday, April 27,
1 10 am at Temple Sinai.
The purpose of the conferonou is to announce that Tem-
ple Sinai has conferred the title of rabbi eineiitus on Rabbi
David Shapiro. This is a mdrnw asyerience, for the this has
never been conferred on any sprritnal leader in this area.
Guests will be able to ojoestka Rabbi Shapiro directly
retarding the significance of the
Youth Builders Seminar
h Scheduled for May 3
The Israel Bond Tooth Build-
ers Club first educational semi-
nar will be held for Broward
Countv synagogue spiritual lead-
ers, educators and administra-
tors on Monday, May 3, at noon
at Temple Beth Shalom, HoUy-
wood.
The announcement, by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual
leader. Temple Menorah. Miami
Beach, and acting chairman. Is-
rael Bond Youth Builders Club,
said that the South Florida Is-
rael Bond Organization cam-
paign will launch the Youth
Builders Club Program on Yom
Echad" Jews are one people
throughout Dade and Broward
Counties.
The program has been estab-
lished to allow young Jewish
people to purchase State of Is-
rael Bonds from gifts received
at the time of Bar or Bat Mitz-
vah.
THERE WILL be a special
address by Mrs. Judith Beilin.
a member of the Ministry for
Foreign Affairs of the State of
Israel and in her third term as
Consul of Israel in New York.
Mrs. Beilin represented Israel
as an observer at the Commis-
sion on the Status of Women at
the United Nations. Previously,
she was liaison officer between
the Foreign Ministry and die
hundreds of foreign correspond-
ents in Israel who covered the
Eichmann trial
Rabbi Abramowitz said this
program will illustrate to Jew-
ish youth the meaning of "Am
Echad" Jews are one people
thus teaching of the central-
ity of Israel to Jews all over the
world.
Sorgen Busy
For B'nai B'rith
Fred Sorgen has been busy
the last couple of weeks fund-
raising for B'nai B'rith in the
Broward area and he says he is
doing very well.
Prior to his position as execu-
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Friday, April 23. 1976
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
Letter To The Editor
Editor Jewish Fkwidian-Shofar:
The problems at proliferation
rf nuclear end conventional
LgpoM are worry. Use 0-
SSal burden of ce
^^ powerful nations, well
u the lew effluent countries,
Ij (hamefuL
The underdeveloped MW
gheuld try to buy food for their
people in order to maintain life,
because their population expto-
lioo is greater than ever.
The energy shortages, the
great unemployment, surely
buying dangerous and more
destructive tools of murder
must be curtailed.
In order to establish a real
international peace committee,
to help those who must have
peace and order to prosper and
be a part of one world, there
must be the cooperative effort
of all democracies.
The VS. played an important
role in establishing the UN, un-
til the newly born poor nations,
the uneducated countries, with
the help of the Soviet Union and
the oil-rich Arab nations, tried
to destroy the only good inter-
national home of peace in the
world, namely, the United Na-
tions.
It is time that all democratic
nations and those who believe
in peace should organize as one
unit, to stop the false propa-
ganda of racism.
They should promote human
rights, protect the environment,
Presidential Towers joined with the State of Israel Bonds
in honoring Hollywood residents Jack and Fay Ruby
(left) at the "Night for Israel," March 29. Making the
presentation of the David Ben-Gurion Award to the
Rubys was committee chairman Mrs. Evelyn Richman.
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Editor, Jewish Floridian-Shofar:
I listened to the "Jewish Wor-
ship Hour" on Sunday, April 11,
and it featured Rabbi Mayer
Abramowirz of Miami's Temple
Menorah. His subject was
"Loneliness" and it was not only
constructive but something that
evidently has been overlooked
for a Ions time.
Most people receive phone
calls for donations or the sale
of tickets. As the population
grows, the subject becomes
more urgent even though the
lonely people may be an elder-
ly couple. Once their donation
has been made or their useful-
ness has been fulfilled, they are
forgotten.
I would like to see our Fed-
eration bring together repre-
sentatives of all Jewish organ-
izations and temples to discuss
ways and means of meeting this
urgent problem. It must be ex-
tremely important if a distin-
guished religious leader like
Rabbi Abramowitz makes it the
subject of a complete talk on
the "Jewish Worship Hour."
I wonder what the readers of
the Shofar think of this.
Sam J. Perry
Hollywood
Osceola Lake Inn Opens
With New Additions June 4
Rubin's Osceola Lake Inn, in
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June 4 for its 36th season.
There are some new addi-
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Popular with lovers of the
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inn features a host of activities.
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fishing, tennis, a putting green,
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Specially supervised programs
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courses are nearby.
The Osceola Lake Inn loca-
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States. Situated at a height of
2,500 feet, the resort has accom-
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Attire is always informal at all
times, and the American Plan
cuisine is Jewish American
style. Fresh-baked breads and
pastries have become synonym-
ous with Osceola Lake Inn, and
are prepared by Arthur Rubin,
a graduate of the Culinary In-
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Owner manager host Stuart
Rubin is beginning his 17th
year of operation, taking over
its management from the late
Joe Rubin, who founded the Inn
in 1941.
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are available from Rubin's Os-
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'Dollars & Sense' Seminar /sroei Bonds Tributes Planned
Is Scheduled for April 30
Val Silberman will chair a
first-time seminar seeking to
educate women about the tax
advantages of philanthropic giv-
ing. Sponsored jointly by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Women's Division and
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies, the "Dollars & Sense"
seminar and brunch will be held
on Friday, April 30 from 11
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Eden
Roc Hotel.
"Women are more acutely
aware of money management,
estate planning and tax advant-
ages for their philanthropic dol-
lar than ever before," Mrs. Eil-
berman observed. "We are seek-
ing to educate women from all
walks of life from the house-
wife to the professional woman,
from the grandmother to the
woman making her first gift,"
she added.
Working with Mrs. Silberman
to plan the seminar are com-
mittee members Sue Berkowitz,
Betty Cooper, Goldie Goldstein,
Sandy Goldstein. Rose Gould,
Ceil Greenspon, Norma C. Kip-
nis, Bea Levy, Gertrude Muss,
Selma Oritt. Delia Rifkin, Ann
Ringler, Anita Robbins, Cynthia
Rosenberg, Muriel Russel, Edith
Erma Segal. Marilyn Smith, Fay
Stein and Lillian Zorn.
Panelists are economist and
investment counselor Arnold
Ganz, University of Miami law
nrofessor Philip E. Heckerling,
and attorney Norman Lipoff,
vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Brandeis Camp Institute
Is Accepting Applications
College-age men and women
seeking a unique Jewish living-
learning experience this sum-
mer will be interested in the
Brandeis Camp Institute, which
has served Jewish youth since
1940 The month-long summer
institutes, held in Santa Susana.
Calif., are accepting applications
for 1976.
College students in the South
Florida area may apply to BCI
through the Hillel Jewish Stu-
dent Center at the University of
Miami, a member of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's fam-
ily of local agencies. Funds for
summer camp institute scholar-
ships are made available to
qualified applicants by the Fed-
eration. BCI sessions are sched-
uled for July and August, each
accommodating 400 500 stu-
dents from college campuses
throughout North America.
BCI offers cultural, educa-
tional and religious experiences
in a country setting, patterned
after the liefstyle of the Israeli
kibbutz. Students attend ses-
sions with noted Jewish scho-
lars and artists in residence,
and participate in the institute's
operation, encounter programs
and cultural happenings.
BCI is not affiliated with a
particular brunch of Judaism.
Its programs are geared to in-
volve and to interest young men
and women through participa-
tion in living art forms and cur-
rent thought trends, along with
the rich traditions of Jewish
culture and the Jewish people.
All applicants to BCI must be
undergraduate or graduate col-
lege students. Additional infor-
mation on application and scho-
larship availability is obtainable
from Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler,
Hillel Jewish Student Center,
1100 Miller Dr., Coral Gables.
B'nai B'rith Honors Yiddish Poet
Yiddish poet and novelist
Chaim Grade recently received
the Jewish Heritage Award Pre-
sentation for Excellence in Lit-
erature from B'nai Brith's Com-
mission on Adult Jewish Educa-
tion. The presentation was made
by the chairman. Dr. Louis L.
Kaplan.
Tributes were paid to Grade
by his translator. Curt Leviant,
professor of Hebrew literature
at Rutgers University, and Lucy
Dawidowicz, author of "The
War Against the Jews.".
Samuel Pascoe. member of
the board of governors. B'nai
B'rith District Five, is a mem-
ber of die Adult Jewish Educa-
tion Commission.
NCJW Luncheon Set for Monday
National Council of Jewish
Women, Hollywood Section, pre-
sented book reviewer Shirley
Cole at the general meeting
April & She reviewed "A World
of Strangers" by Cynthia Free-
man.
If you have not already done
so, get your tickets for the bi-
centennial luncheon and instal-
lation of officers for 1976-77.
This will be held at Valle's Res-
taurant, 1000 E. Hallandale
Beach Blvd., at 11:30 a.m. April
26.
There will be excellent food,
professional entertainment, and
a good time. There will even be
door prizes- Tickets are $5 per
person. Tables of eight may be
arranged.
The final board mh-^ of
the NCJW will be held May 3
at 10 a.m. at the Home Federal
Building, 2100 E. Hallandale
Beach Blvd.
'Kazablan' Here
The Israeli musical film "Ka-
zablan" will be shown at the
Jewish Community Center, 2838
Hollywood Blvd., Sunday, April
25, at 7:30 p.m.
Admission is $1 25 per per-
son. Coffee will be served.
Call 921-6511 for reserva-
tions.
LABOR-MANAGEMENT
DINNER
Union leaders and manage-
ment representatives of Flor-
ida's food industries will pay
tribute to Gerald Greenfield,
president of the Meat Cutters,
Packing House Workers, and
GERALD GREENFIELD
Food Handlers District Union
No. 657. AFL-aO, at the Labor-
Management State of Israel
Bond tribute dinner on Sunday
evening. May 2, at the Eden Roc
Hotel
The tribute to Greenfield will
feature the presentation of the
Israel Labor Award by Consul
General Shimshon Inbal, who
represents Israel in New Eng-
land.
Active in the labor movement
for more than 41 years, Green-
field was elected to his fifth
three-year term as president of
the Miami area local in January.
An active participant in the
Dade County Federation of La-
bor, he served on the board of
directors of the Economic Op-
portunities Program, Inc. He
was the recipient of the first
National Labor Award from the
National Association for Retard-
ed Children and was honored
for his work as a director of
the Dade County Federation of
Labor and the Fair Employment
Practices Committee in Newark.
Greenfield, president of Tem-
ple B'nai Sholom for more than
seven years, was instrumental
in providing funds for syna-
gogue and school services and
establishing Israel Bonos, Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and Histad-
rut campaigns
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NEW LEADERSHIP
MEETING
A parlor meeting of New
Leadership members from South
Broward County will finalize
plans for the South Florida Is-
rael Bond Organization cam-
paign at the Hollywood home
of Howard Liff.
According to New Leadership
cochairmen Herbert Grossman,
Arthur Kail and Robert Wolf-
son, "this meeting of young
men and women is very import-
ant in the organization of the
New Leadership campaign in
the Hollywood-Hallandale area.
The New Leadership Division
has already planned a slate of
educational as well as campaign
projects within the coming
months."
At a recent reception hosted
by Kail and Wolf son at the
Wolfson home in Emerald Hills,
committee members Dr. Nor-
man Moskowitz and Abe Elkin
discussed plans for an all-new
Emerald Hills area tennis tour-
nament to be held under the
auspices of the State of Israel
Bonds.
Some other committee lead-
ers who attended the reception
were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hun-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Goldstein,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Gillon, Dr.
and Mrs. Meron Levitats, Jack
Tobin and Stanley Emas.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
NIGHT IN ISRAEL
The State of Israel Bonds will
join congregants of Temple Is-
rael of Miramar in presenting
the Israel Solidarity Award to
Mayor Harry M. Rosen of Mira-
mar and his wife, Jacqueline
Helen, it was announced by Is-
rael Bonds chairman Carl C.
Carlie and spiritual leader Rab-
bi Avrom L. Drazin.
The presentation will be made
at the Temple Israel "Night in
Israel." Sunday, April 25, at 8
p.m. at the temple auditorium
Mayor Rosen was the reci-
pient of the 1972 Jaycee Award
as one of Miramar's fl* m
tending young men. Tha Z
president of Temple Urssi w
Bank of Miramar, fonnerlw
chairman of the Miramar (W
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Sisters of Broward CoonS
A Miramar Councilman i
ten years. Rosen served a
Council president and rZ
Treasurer and is an assi^
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State Attorney's Office.
Jacqueline Rosen, who started
modeling at the age of 3
months as the Gerber Baby Z
been active in the Temple U
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cultural vice president and pr>
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husband's campaign manager
and has worked at B'nai B'ritJi
Youth Organizations. She hat i
business, too. Jackie Rosen Ij.
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The Jewish Floridum and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Moes Hittlm (Ashkenazi pro-
ociation and transliteration)
a Hebrew phrase whose lit-
al meaning is "money for
heat" or "wheat money." The
phardi transliteration and
onunciation is Maot Hittim or
ot Hittim.
This phrase applies to the
atom of collecting money he-
re Passover to assure a sup-
y of flour for the baking of
itzo (unleavened bread) for
ie poor.
There are many discussions
the Talmud about taxes im-
jsed by the Jewish local au-
ioritii's on the Jewish town
ssidents and those imposed by
central government author-
on the Jewish public. Spe-
fic items are enumerated,
long them the need to provide
~iot Hittim wheat money for
usover matzo.
FROM TALMUDIC days this
considered a stringent com-
ulsive community tax and even
ok exempt from other taxes
id to participate.
The concern of the Jewish
tople to take care of the poor
providing Passover matzo
been manifested for the last
Bn> millennia wherever Jews
ed. In every shtetl in the
Uspora throughout the ages,
is concern was translated into
jeds by the local community
id everyone was either taxed
made voluntary contributions
the rabbi or the synagogue.
"It was prophetic Judaism
Bat upheld the cause of the
nor by regarding their condi-
as brought on not by them-
ives but by the evils of the
Kial order. Ever since then
tws have sought to care for
underprivileged. Through-
history there have always
Religious
Services
LLANDALE JEWISH CCNTIP
CwiMrvatlva). 41* NE Sth Ava
ibbl Harry E. Schwarti. Cnt~
Danzlaar.
SMtTR MIAMI BEACH
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W. 67th at., (Conaarvaclva) Rah-
Mnton J. Qroaa.
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>rthodox). SMI Starting Rd. op
"It. Hollywood Hill. High School
ttldant Dr. Prank Stain.
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l*/..?."' *" owth No*> Hill RsaA
ntatlon. Rabbi Arthui Abram
If ?ilA,-OM (Tampia) uonaarv.
?01 Arthur t. Rabbi Morta-
wavafcy. Cantar irvIng Qold.
S'M "TH AHN (Cenaarvathra)
W 2nd Ava.. Hallywo-d.
aV^E 8iNAI *""" "abel DavIC Shaolro
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ante, vaaada HaUhravr.
hnLa. SOlLtL rilo H8"ywo*- "bbl Rabart
41-C
3* ^l* SETT"
existed large numbers of Jews
in need of help.
"There is still a good deal of
Jewish poverty in many coun-
tries. In Israel, which aimed at
building an egalitarian society,
and where the pioneers estab-
lished collective settlements,
the problem of poverty is still
far from solved, since Israel is
the haven for disadvantaged
Jews throughout the world.
"Yet there is no doubt that
the Jews have made a most sig-
nificant contribution to charity
and welfare. Their pioneering
work in methods of central fund-
raising and distribution through
their federations of charities
has been most valuable.
"Since World War O, when
their existence as a people was
threatened, the Jews have risen
to the challenge by an unpre-
cedented outpouring of genero-
sity and philanthropy." (Ency-
clopaedia Judaica, Vol. 5, pp.
352. 353.)
IN OUR area the central Fund
Raising and Distribution Agen-
cy is the Jewish Federation of
South Broward at 2838 Holly-
wood Blvd., Hollywood, Fla.
"Although the idea of charity
and almsgiving is spread
throughout the whole of the
Bible, there is no special term
for it. The rabbis of the Talmud,
however, adopted the word Ze-
dakah for charity and it is used
(but not exclusively so) through-
out rabbinic literature in the
sense of helping the needy by
gifts .
"The word Zedakah literally
means 'righteousness' or 'jus-
tice': by their very choice of
word the rabbis reveal a great
deal of their attitude to the sub-
ject, for they see charity not as
a favor to die poor but some-
thing to which they have a
right, and the donor, an obliga-
tion" (Ibid. p. 340).
At present, even in the United
States, in spite of the efficient
central fund-raising activities
by the Jewish Federations, there
are many individuals who, on
their own, still continue to prac-
tice the centuries-old tradition-
al Mitzvah of Maot Hittim. Prior
to Passover they collect money
from friends and neighbors for
this purpose.
In modern times, the term
Maot Hittim has acquired the.
broader significance of provid-
ing all the holiday needs of the
poor at Passover.
Editor's note: Please send
questions to:
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Jewish Federation
of South Broward
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Florida 33020
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I am a Jew.
I want to go home,
But they do not let me.
I try again and again to get
home,
But again they keep me way.
I wait.
And keep trying for many
days.
Finally, I am allowed to go
home.
They try again to take me
away from home,
But I am wiser now.
Great numbers try to take me
away.
But I guard my home and
stay.
They take pieces of my land.
And lives of my children.
But never again
will they take me away from
my home.
f am proud to say,
'1 am a Jew, and this is my
home."
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community

APRIL 24
Golf Tournament, Emerald Hills Country Club9 a.m.
APRIL 25
All-day Sisterhood Bazaar, White Elephant Sale, Temple Sinai
Campaign Breakfasts:
Temple Beth El10 a.m.
Temple Sinai11 a.m.
Temple Beth Shalom10 a.m.
Movie: "Kazablan," 2838 Hollywood Blvd.7:30 p.m.
APRIL 24
Interfaith Council Meeting. St. Maurice's Church7:30 p.m.
APRIL 27
Hollywood Chapter of Hadassah Board Meeting,
Home Federal Bldg.10 a.m.
APRIL 29
"How To Stretch Your Grocery Dollar,"
Jewish Community Center10:30 a.m.
MAY 2
Campaign Breakfast, Temple Solel10 a.m.
MAY 5
"Wine and Cheese," Temple Israel of Miramar7:30 p.m.
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PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU
SATURDAY. APRIL 24th
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