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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).
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.
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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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Jewish Federation Allocates $2.8 Million To UJA
The Board of Directors of the
Jewish Federation of South
Hroward has appropriated the
$3.7 million raised during last
year's campaign, including a S2.H
million allocation to the United
Jewish Appeal for Israeli
cultural, service and educational
projects.
The UJA figure, according to
president Lewis E. Cohn,
represents a $900,000 increase
over last year's allotment. It is
approximately 80 percent of the
gross 1976 total.
"We are happy and honored
that we can give so much to
Israel, through the UJA, from
the South Broward area," said
Cohn, who was last year's general
campaign chairman.
"We are certain the money will
be well spent. Israel is
desperately awaiting the trans-
ference of these monies from
South Broward and, of course,
her needs remain critical. We all
must do what we can to insure
the safety and future prosperity
of this important emerging
country," Cohn continued.
"We are also very pleased to be
able to supoort local agencies,
such as the Jewish Community
Centers, Jewish Family Service
and Douglas Gardens to a greater
ABE HALPERN
degree than ever before," he said.
ALLOCATIONS OF the $3.7
million collected were approved
during the July board meeting at
the Jewish Federation building.
National service agency ap-
plicants included the American
Association of Jewish Education,
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds,
Dropsie University and the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
Community relations and
cultural agencies included the
America-Israel Cultural
Foundation, the American
Jewish Committee, the American
Jewish Congress, the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, the National Conference
on Soviet Jewry and the Joint
Cultural Appeal.
Some 90 local citizens, under
the direction of chairman Abe
Halpern, studied the requests
and appropriated the funds.
"In my opinion," said Halpern,
"this committee represents the
most democratic and most
comprehensive participation by
the rank and file of the com-
munity and we are very satisfied
with the results."
Continued on Page 2
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Volume 6Number 16
Friday, July 30,1976
Frtd K. StwxhetFriday, July 30, 1*7* Price 25 cents
Federation Leadership Meets
To Plan Year's Activities
li
The leadership of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
meets this weekend at the Pom-
pano Beach Palm-Aire Spa and
Country Club to discuss plans for
next year.
Three outstanding national
Jewish leaders will participate in
the Retreat, under the direction
of Federation president Lewis E.
Cohn.
Robert I. Miller, executive vice
president of the Associated
Jewish Charities and Welfare
Fund of Baltimore, will be the
scholar-in-residence.
Dr Joseph I. Cohen, consultant
for the Department of Field
Services of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
will discuss "Jewish Education."
Joel Breslau, a national chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal and
national program chairman of the
"This Year in Jerusalem"
mission, will lead the Saturday
night session on "Directions for
the Future."
"We must take a close look at
the operations, functions and
progress of this Federation," said
Cohn. "We know we can rise to
greater heights next year and to
do this, we have to analyze the
past. This is what the Retreat is
all about."
Local participants include Sy
Margolis, Florida regional
director of the United Jewish!
Appeal, board of directors
members Dr. Meron Levitate and I
Moses Hornatein, vice president
Dr. Stanley Margulies and
Women's Division president
Joyce Newman.
More than 22,000 Miamians toured the two Israeli missile ships, Yaffo and Tarshish, when they
arrived here last weekend on a visit under the auspices of Israeli Consul Nahum Astar in Atlanta.
Representing the Jewish Federation of South Broward at the welcoming ceremonies at Dodge
Island were Herbert Katz (left), immediate past president; Joyce Newman, Women's Division
president; Israeli radarman Adi Mottes; Jo Ann Katz, vice president for Women's Divison cam-
paign, and Lewis E. Cohn, president. Vessels of this type saw combat in the 1973 Mideast War.
The ships, the pride of Israels fleet, are 188.5 feet long and have a displacement of 415 tons.
Federation Sponsoring Community Mission
Women Tour
Jewish Agencies
Members of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
Women's Division participated in
a recent educational "Agency
Bus Tour."
The women visited Douglas
Gardens (Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged), the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center and Hillel
Community Day School, all of
which are supported by the
Jewish Federation.
"Hopefully these tours will
continue throughout the year,"
said Women's Division president
Joyce Newman. "We want the
South Broward Jewish com-
munity to know what is being
supported through contributions
to our campaign."
Coordinating the bus tour was
Sally Weiss, chairman and Nancy
Brizel, vice president of the
Women's Division for Education.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward is sponsoring its
second annual "Community
| Mission," Nov. 14 to 28, leaving
from New York City and touring
Poland, Rumania and Israel.
"Thank God, we can spend
Thanksgiving in Israel," said
president Lewis E. Cohn. "This
will be a wonderful year to
celebrate in the homeland."
In Poland the tour will relive
the history and horror of the
Holocaust and in Rumania the
participants will meet a remnant
of a Jewish community.
Highlighting the mission in
Israel will be tours of Jerusalem,
including the Old City, Mount
Scopus, the Mount of Olives,
Ramat Eshkol and the Knesset.
ALSO ON THE agenda are
visits to an absorption center, an
army base and the Western Wall.
"We will be going from
'Holocaust to Rebirth' on this
trip and we want many people
from South Broward to join us,"
said Cohn.
Cost for the mission is $760 per
person, predicated on a $1,500
minimum family gift and a $500
Women's Division gift.
For more information, contact
the Federation office at 921-8810.
Mexico Slams
IsraelTJiis Time
For Uganda Raid
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The Mexican govern-
ment, which several months ago promised American Jewish
leaders that it will not participate in any further anti-Israeli
campaigns at the UN after its support of the resolution
equating Zionism with racism, has criticized the Israeli rescue
operation in Uganda.
In a letter to the president of the Security Council, the
Mexican government, without mentioning Israel by name but
obviously referring to Israel, stated:
"MEXICO, faithful to its principles, cannot fail likewise to
express its firm rejection of the use of armed force by any state
as a means of trying to solve conflicts, because such acts are a
flagrant violation both of the Charter of the United Nations and
of universally accepted principles of international law, and
create precedents of incalculable danger for all civilized
coexistence.
"The lack of the political will to implement the basic
precepts of the United Nations Charter and the relevant
resolutions adopted by the United Nations to give effect to
those precepts in specific cases has produced, in the opinion of
the Mexican government, a dangerous impasse in the situation
in the Middle East which naturally affects all international
activity."
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, July 30,1976
Jewish Federation Allotes $2.8 Million to U.S.A.
1976 APPROVED ALLOCATIONS
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD
United Jewish Appeal in excess of $2.8 million
LOCAL AND REGIONAL AGENCIES
B'nai H'rith Women of Hollywood
B'nai B'ritfa Youth Organization
Douglas (iardens
Jewish Family Service of Broward County
) South Fla. Jewish Community Centers
1 Seed Program
) Resettlement of Soviet Jews
760.00
7.792.00
33,818.73
44,610.00
83.601.00
6.500.00
10.000.00
187,071.73 j
NATIONAL AND OVERSEAS SERVICE AGENCIES
American Association of Jewish Education
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds
Dropsie University
Federated Council of Israel Institutions
. Jewish Braille Institute
I North American Jewish Students Appeal
National Jewish Welfare Board
United Hias
1.850.00
9.560.00 '
547.50
650.00
200.00
900.00
3.250.00
6.00000 ,
$ 22,957.50
JEWISH EDUCATION ,
Day Schools 90.000.00
Central Agency for Jewish Education 32,300.00
Hillel Foundation 25,000.00
Quinmester Program and Youth Study Mission 15.000.00
Broward Community College 500.00
Contingency Fund 10.000.00
$ 172,800.00
NATIONAL AND OVERSEAS COMMUNITY RELATIONS
AND CULTURAL AGENCIES
American Academic Association for Peace
In the Middle East
American-Israel Cultural Foundation
American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Congress
Anti-Defamation League
B'NNAI Brith National Youth
Special Program
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Jewish War Veterans
Joint Cultural Appeal
National Conference on Soviet Jewry
National Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council
Dues
Special Allocation
Synagogue Council of America
750.00
1,000.00
8,000.00
2,500.00
8,000.00
500.00
100.00
1.045.00
850.00
3,500.00
1,100.00
3,110.00
500.00
3,000.00
400.00
Karen Margulies confers with Joel Weiss and Helen Cohan vice
chairmen of the Local and Regional Agencies sub-commitee.
Federation president Lewis E. Cohn and Nathan Pritcher
(seated, right), sub-committee chairman, also participated.
Rabbi Robert Frazin, vice chairman of the National and
Overseas Service Agencies sub-committe, meets with Lewis E.
Cohn, Phyllis Kraemer. also vice chairman of the sub-
committee, and Dr. Meron Levitats, vice chairman of the
Allocations committee. Chairman Abe Halpern is seated at left.
M7-JO rt
Aiding Halpern were vice
chairmen Dr. Meron Levitats and
Karen Marguliea.
The allocations committee was
divided into three sub-
committees:
Local and Regional Agencies
subcommittee: Nathan Pritcher.
chairman; Helen Cohan and Joel
Weiss, vice chairmen; Dr. and
Mrs. Herbert Brizel, Dr. Mark
Cohan, Rabbi A. L. Drazin, Jack
Finn. Sara Friedberg. Dr. Charles
Friedman. Sidney A. Greenfield,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaplan. Jo
Ann Katz. Benjamin Klein,
Richard Knee, Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Levin. Dr. Philip Levin,
Saul Levine, Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Ann Cohn. Jacob
Menkes. Paul Nestel. Theodore
Newman, Elaine Pitted. Dan
Pollin. Dr. Robert Pomerantz,
Kalman Rado. Arnold Rosenthal,
Dr. Steven Schachter, Erica
Solodkin, Eli Stiftel, Max
Taraza. Larry Weiner, Dr. and
Mrs. Steven Weisberg. Sally
Seiss. and Ethel Gould.
National and Overseas Service
Agencies subcommittee: Paul
Koenig, chairman; Rabbi Robert
Frazin and Phyllis Kraemer. vice
chairmen; Dr. and Mrs. Howard
Barron, Isaac Benwit. Drazia
Berman, Hyman Glickstein,
Reuben Goldstein. Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Gordon, Harry N.
Grossman, David M. Harris, Leo
Klauber, Samuel Kreston, Joseph
LeBow. Jesse J. Martin, Abe
MOSES HORNSTEIN
Touro College
Accredited
Touro College, founded five
years ago as a secular college of
liberal arts and sciences
dedicated to emphasizing the
relevance of the Jewish heritage
to Western culture, has received
full accreditation from the Com-
mission on Higher Education of
the Middle States Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools.
The announcement was made by
Dr. Bernard Lander, president.
Moses Hornstein of
Hollywood, chairman of the
Touro board of trustees, observed
that "We are deeply gratified
that the commission has given
Touro College its endorsement,
recognizing that we are fulfilling
our aims of providing programs
of academic excellence."
The college, whose charter
class consisted of 35 young men
from the New York Metropolitan
area, now has a coeducational
1,500-member student body from
20 states, Canada and several
countries abroad.
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National and Overseas
Community Relations and
Cultural Agencies subcommittee:
Moses Hornstein, chairman; Joe
Kleiman and Henry Weiss, vice
chairmen; Ivan Bial, Shirley
Cole. Bea Eisenstat. Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Feuerstein. Nathan
Goldman. Robert W. Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gunz-
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Martin Haspel. Alvin Hess
Sidney Hodes. Betty Kail,
William Littman, Joseph
Perlstein. Dr. Max Primakow.
Freda Rosen. Max Sloane. Dr
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George Schneider and Leon Lear.
Karen Margulies (left) works on Federation allocations with
1976 general allocations chairman Abe Halpern (center) and Joe
Kleiman, vice chairman of the National and Overseas Com-
munity Relations and Cultural Agencies sub-committee.
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Friday, July 30, 1976
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
U.S. House Candidate Lippman Hailed as Drug Bill's Father
At several recent speaking en-
gagements Fred Lippman,
candidate for the Democratic
nomination to the U.S. House of
Representatives from Florida's
12th District, has been warmly
received as the father of Florida's
Generic Drug Law.
The bill's prime sponsor, Karen
Coolman Holmes (D., Broward),
recently wrote in a letter to Lipp-
Allon
Answers
Letter
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon has
sent a message to Mexican
Foreign Minister Alfonso Garcia
Robles reminding him that good
relations between Israel and
Mexico must be protected by
both countries from "too severe
tests."
The message, disclosed here,
was in response to the Mexican
letter to the Security Council
implicitly attacking Israel's July
:t rescue operation in Uganda.
Robles himself said in Mexico
City last week that relations with
Israel remained good because
they provided for differences of
opinion and disagreements on
international matters, especially
Continued on Page 6
man: "There have been few times
in my legislative career when a
private citizen and legislators
have worked so closely to benefit
the consumer as with the recently
passed Generic Drug Bill. the
name of Fred Lippman was in the
heart of the bill which is now
law."
I-ippman's campaign com-
mittee includes Robert Baer as
campaign chairman, David Rush
as finance director and William
Religious School
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Registration for the religious
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will be from 10 a.m. to noon in the
school office at 1400 N. 46th
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For further information, please
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Casady as treasurer.
Baer, who is executive vice
president of Baer Furniture, is a
director of the Hollywood
Chamber of Commerce.
Financial chairman David
Rush is president of Chromalloy
Electronic Co., which develops
devices used in the space
program. He is a member of the
Masons and the Air Force
Association and is listed
in
"Who's Who in America "
Campaign treasurer Casady is
a former Fort Lauderdale police-
man, a CPA and auditor for the
North Broward Hospital
Association. He is a Kiwanian
and a member of the Broward
County Housing Authority.
A recent announcement from
Lippman headquarters was that
Wally Orr, vice president of the
Florida Teaching Profession
the National Education
Association Florida affiliate
has endorsed and will campaign
for Lippman.
Orr commented that "On the
key questions of competence,
integrity and philosophy Fred
Lippman leads all the rest." A
lifelong Floridian, Orr has taught
in Broward for more than a
decade and during 1975-76 was
president of the National Council
of Urban Education Association.

A letter to
Lippman
from Israel,
Reprinted below, is a letter to Broward Congressional
candidate Fred Lippman from Don Solomon,
a part-time resident of Israel.

July
1976
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, July 30,1976
Among the members of the newly formed Presidents' Council are (seated, from left) Joyce
Newman, Nancy Brizel, Jean Stein, and Arlene PomeranU; (from left) standing are Gertrude
Stencel, Frances Glazerman, Mollye Ginberg, Esther Robinson and Candy Clark.
Broward Women Organize
Local Presidents' Council
About 25 major Jewish
women's organizations in
Hollywood were represented at a
recent meeting at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward to
form a women's Presidents'
Council.
The representatives were
invited to discuss mutual con-
cerns and interests that will
enhance and strengthen a
working partnership among the
community groups and the
Jewish Federation, an
organization which supports
more than 50 service, educational
/ and cultural groups locally and
abroad.
Joyce Newman, president of
the Federation Women's
Division, presided: Nancy Brizel,
Federation Women's Division
vice president of community
education, was the coordinator.
Other representatives included
Pearl Levine, president of the
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee; Mrs.
Archie Kamer, president of the
Hollywood Chapters of
Hadassah; Mrs. George
Visenthal, president, Hollywood
Hadassah; Carol Romer,
president of Twin County Council
B'nai B'rith Women; Gertrude
Stencel, president, Unity
Council, B'nai B'rith Women;
Janet Alman, president,
Hallandale Hadassah Chapters;
Susan Cooper, president
Miramar Pioneer Womei.;
Jeanne Wormser, Region
President, Women's American
ORT; Carol Sue Press, executive
committee chairman, Women's
American ORT; Candy Clark,
past president, National Council
of Jewish Women, Hills Unit.
Also Frances Glazerman,
president, American Mizrachi
Women. Tamara Chapter; Marie
Portnoy, president. Temple Beth
Shalom Sisterhood; Mrs. Harold
Ratner. president, Temple Beth'
El Sisterhood; Mrs. Morton
Friedman, president, Temple
Israel of Miramar Sisterhood;
Mrs. Rose Pritsker, president,
Hallandale Jewish Center
Sisterhood; Esther Robinson,
president, National Council of
Jewish Women, Hollywood
Section; Irene Schwartz,
president National Council of
Jewish Women, Pembroke Pines
Unit; Sheila Kahlin, president.
Temple Solel Sisterhood; Mrs. S.
Aboulafia, president, Temple
Beth Ahm Sisterhood; Jean
Stein, president, Temple in the
Pines Sisterhood; and Mollye
Ginberg, regional chairman,
B'nai B'rith Women.
Panel Discusses
Bike Safety
The recent fatal accident in-
volving a Carvers Ranches
youngster hit by a car while
riding his bicycle after dark, is
the reason for a free public
seminar-panel discussion on
safety to be hosted by Com-
munity Hospital of South
Broward. 5100 W. Hallandale
Blvd., on Wednesday, Aug. 4, at
7:30p.m.
"The program," according to
hospital administrator Erwin
Abrams, "will be directed toward
the cyclist and the adult driver.
It is being presented by the
Pembroke Park Police Depart-
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Refreshments will be served
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The full-day day care service is
provided through the help of the
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qualified early childhood de-
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school is directed by Elaine
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of experience in preschool
education and until recently
directed the pre-school program
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Reiff said the school em-
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importance of Jewish life in
today's society. All programs are
geared to the child's age level.
For further information and
registration, contact Elaine
Herring at the JCC.
The Michael-Ann Russell
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|Page6
NCJA President Criticizes UNrS?,un,ty &*&***
Calling the rescue operation at
Entebbe airport in Uganda a
"masterful stroke of logistical
planning and daring," Esther R.
Landa, national president of the
National Council of Jewish
Women (NCJW), said it was an
irony that the rest of the world
was intimidated into private
admiration and public con-
demnation for a mission which
would not have been necessary
had the UN exercised its rightful
responsible role among the
nations of the world
"The United Nations," Mrs.
Landa said, "has been derelict'in
acting decisively in matters
which do fall within its proper
purview, such as the problem of
international terrorism and
Burke Files
For Reelection
Congressman J. Herbert
Burke (Ft., 12th Fla.) has filed for
reelection to the U.S. House of
Representatives from his district.
Elected to the Broward County
Commission in 1962, Con-
gressman Burke was reelected
four times prior to his election to
the U.S. Congress in 1966.
Congressman Burke is a mem-
ber of the Committee on Inter-
national Releations and of the Ad
Hoc International Narcotics
Prevention Committee. In 1976
he was appointed by President
Ford as Ambassador to the
United Nations with Daniel Pat-
rick Moynihan and is an
acknowledged expert on inter-
national affairs. He ranks fifth in
seniority on the Republican side
of the committee and is ranking
minority member of the Future
Foreign Policy Subcommittee.
! hijacking. If the UN had fulfilled
j its mandate, there might have
been no need for the State of
i Israel to act to rescue the
passengers and crew from kid-
napping and possible death.
NCJW SENT A message of
appreciation to President Ford,
praising the United States
government for responding
promptly with congratulations to
Israel on the successful air rescue
operation.
Mrs. Landa noted that Israel's
bold action was not without a
tragic toll in human life.
While expressing distress at
recent occurrences that clearly
document the continuation of the
Soviet-Arab-Third World bloc
policy of politicizing the United
Services Set
For Diplomat
Joseph Kleiman, president of
Temple Sinai in Hollywood, has
announced that auxiliary High
Holiday Services will be held in
the Regency Rooms of the
Diplomat Hotel, Hollywood, on
Rosh Hashanah, Sept. 24-26, and
on Yom Kippur, Oct. 3-4.
The services will be conducted
by Rabbi Seymour Friedman and
Cantor J. Albert Ghitis. Ticket
reservations may be made by
visiting the temple office at 1201
Johnson St.
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Mrs. Landa added that NCJW's
resolutions call for United States
cooperation with and support of
the UN and all its related
agencies and bodies.
The National Council of Jewish
Women, founded in 1893, is
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July 30August
Jewish Federation of South Broward Leadership Retreat,
Palm-Aire Spa and Country Club.
August 6
Hollywood Hills ORT, Rummage Sale, Taft St., Publix,
8:30a.m.
August II
B'nai B'rith of Hallandale luncheon, Galahad, noon
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, July 30, 1976
T
66itQRials
Issues Being Clarified
For better or worse, the Democratic nominee is Jimmy
Carter of Georgia. Clearly, we hope for the better. And
while much of the criticism directed against the Governor is
that he is "vague'" on the major issues, hopefully it seems
to us that what occurred at Madison Square Garden both
before and after his nomination has already begun to clarify
the vagaries.
To a considerable extent, it seems to us, such
clarification as may have occurred there came with the
nomination of Sen. Walter Mondale as Cater's running
mate.
A chip off the old Hubert Humphrey block, Mondale,
along with Carter, will be forces with which to recon in the
future whether they win or not.
Negotiation a Priority
The United States, in vetoing a recommendation in the
Security Council to condemn Israel, said that not only was
it onesided but that "the political interests of the
Palestinians and their role in a final Mideast settlement
constitute a matter that must be negotiated between the
parties before it can be defined in resolutions" of the
Security Council.
This is just what the Palestinians did not want. The
hijacking of the Tel Aviv-to-Paris Air France plane was
another example of the willingness of the Palestinians to
endanger the lives of innocent people in order to achieve
their own one-sided objectives.
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the Middle East. He said that
policy was established when
Allon visited Mexico last March.
MEANWHILE, Rabbi
Alexander M. Schindler,
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, who is
presently in Israel, condemned
the Mexican letter. Addressing a
press conference in Tel Aviv July
14, Schindler said the Mexican
position contradicted the promise
made by President Luis
Echeverria last year that Mexico
would not participate in any anti-
Zionist actions at the UN.
Although Israelis are deeply
perturbed by Mexico's stand, a
large delegation of Israeli
university professors was
scheduled to leave for that
country this week to attend a
scientific congress. Prof. Gideon
Scafski. Rector of the Hebrew
University, said, "We have gone
to worse countries. People went
to the USSR at the worst time."
Students Attend
Yiddish Classes
Approximately 18 "students"
have been studying Yiddish
conversation and language with
Lorna "Tsirel" Tomkin on
Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to
noon in the Jewish Com-
munityCenter in Hollywood.
Students include Edward
Goldfine. Ann Mildred Rosen-
berg, Sylvia D. Trabich, Dora
Howard, Dorothy S. Gussow,
Bloomah Grant, Carol Goldner,
Florence Freed, Lillian M.
Belson, Irving S. Belson, Fay
Sussell, Elsie Subit, Moses
Garfinkel. Rose Reingold, Anna
L. Weinrekh, Sarah Levine, Dan
Mensch and Saul Levine.
For more information, call 525-
9843.
Disney World Trip
Sisterhood Plans
Temple Sinai Sisterhood is
planning a bus trip to Disney
World, Sept. 15 and 16. Reser-
vations and information are
available at the temple office,
920-1577. Coc hairing this event
are Mrs. Albert Freeman and
Mrs. Syd Sisholce.
An all-day temple picnic at T-Y
Park (Pavilion 101 is planned for
Aug. 29. The Sisterhood will
furnish beverages, but picnickers
must bring their own food.
Chairperson is Marcy Kameron.
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Members of the Friendly Visitor Group of the Senior Adult
Activities Center, at the Jewish Federation of South Broward,
are (from left) Cele Margoles, Sam Pavony, Elaine Goldstein,
Sylvia Trabich, Rose Gamse and Esta Lazar.
What Is A Friendly Visitor?
By ELAINE GOLDSTEIN
Program Director, Senior Adults
In South Broward there are
many people who need help
besides financial assistance.
There are senior citizens who are
not ill enough to be in hospitals,
yet not well enough to get around
to do the little things many other
people take for granted.
Many of these people are living
in Florida, away from their
children and old friends, and are
lonely and unable to get around.
This is where our "Friendly
Visitor" group comes in. It is
composed of people who
volunteer to pay visits to those
who need a little cheering up.
Sometimes the "visitor" plays a
little game with the person he or
she visits and sometimes he or
she does food shopping for the
shut-ins.
The Jewish Community Center
Senior Adults has six members
Rose Gamse, Etta Pavony,
Sam Pavony, Sylvia Trabich,
Esta Lazar and Sol Lazar who
meet every Tuesday at 10 a.m., at
2838 Hollywood Blvd., to discuss
the visits and phone calls they
have made.
If you would like to join the
group and help spread a little
cheer to people less fortunate, call
921-6511 for information.
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Belson (at blackboard), Irving Swade, Carol Goldner, Dee
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
Congress Candidate Friedman
Urges U.S. Curb Condo Abuses
Charlie Friedman, Democratic
candidate for nomination to the
U.S. House of Representatives
from the 12 th District, has said
that the federal government must
take strong, decisive action to
k' protect condominium-o w n e r s
from recreation lease abuses.
Friedman also proposed the
creation in Broward County of a
federally funded Condominium
Congressional Committee to keep
Congress informed of problems
and recommend corrective action.
Speaking in Hollywood to.a
group of condo /coop-dwellers,
Friedman said that "Only
vigorous federal action can give
proper relief to the much-abused
condominium unit-owner. Most
owners have unknowingly en-
tered into lifetime agreements,
j resulting in intolerable financial
burdens."
COMMENTING THAT
Florida courts are unlikely to
solve the problems and that
federal agencies are obligated to
meet their responsibilities to the
people in this area, Friedman
called on the Federal Trade Com-
mission to order an immediate
end to lifelong recreation leases
entered into as a mandatory
condition of ownership as part of
a sale.
"The Justice Department must
be pressured to prosecute
., violations of the Sherman Anti-
S Trust Act, citing recreation
leases as an unlawful tie-in sale
and a flagrant restraint of trade,"
said Friedman.
Friedman said he would estab-
lish a Condominium Con-
gressional Committee to main-
tain a direct line of com-
munication between Broward
County and Washington.
Funded from allocations to the
Congressional District 12 office
CHARLIE FRIEDMAN
staff, the committee would in-
clude representative con-
dominium-owners and point out
problems to the Congressman
and recommend solutions,
Friedman said.
RENTERS MUST be given a
tax break, said Friedman, who
proposed that tenants be allowed
an income tax deduction for that
portion of their rent used by the
property-owner for real estate
taxes.
Friedman is a member of the
Democratic Executive Com-
mittee of Broward County and its
task forces on Aging and
Education, and of the South
Broward Democratic Club. He is
affiliated with the Jewish Welfare
Federation.
.
Burnstein Enters Race
For Circuit Court Judgeship
Hollywood attorney Miette
Korda Burnstein has announced
her candidacy for one of the two
new Broward County Circuit
Court judgeships that will be
Riled in a countywide election
Sept. 7.
A 37-year resident of Broward
County, Burnstein has practiced
law for 15 years as partner in the
firm of Sailer. Yeslow and
Burnstein. She received a B.S.
degree from Syracuse University
in New York and her law degree
from the University of Miami.
In addition to her varied ex-
perience as a practicing attorney,
Burnstein is serving as a Florida
J Supreme Court-appointed referee
Jl misconduct hearings against
lawyers. She has also served as
Special Master, appointed by the
Broward County Circuit Court.
AN ADVOCATE of improving
the image and quality of Broward
ounty's courts, Burnstein said
that judges must win back a
declining public confidence by
adhering to the principle that
the appearance of justice is an
dispensable element of justice
self."
* judge should avoid im-
Jf"l>riety and the appearance of
" impropriety in all activities,"
liurnstfin says. "A judge must
1 >mpletely honest, not only
Orally and ethically, but in-
Uwtually. Judges must earn
fMitle Your Honor
MIETTE K. BURNSTEIN
Burnstein holds credentials as
a licensed real estate saleswoman
and is certified to teach at the
junior college level. She is a
member of the South Broward
Bar Association, Broward
County Bar Association, Florida
Bar Association, Florida
Association of Women Lawyers
and the American Bar
Association. She has been ad-
mitted to practice before the
United States Supreme Court,
Florida Supreme Court and the
Federal Court 5th Circuit.
She is married to Hollywood
attorney Mike Burnstein and
they are the parents of Kerry, 16,
and Mitchell. 12.
Sisterhood Plans
Blind Benefit
From Beth El
The "Service to the Blind"
program of the Temple Beth El
Sisterhood will benefit by
Sisterhood's dessert card party,
in the Tobin Auditorium, 1351 S.
14th Ave., on Tuesday, Aug. 24,
at noon. The public is invited.
Sisterhood'8 Braille Services
provide study and test materials
for students at Nova Elementary
and Middle Schools, as well as for
students at Nova Elementary
and Middle Schools, and for
students throughout Florida,
according to the Sisterhood.
The women also provide
library books to the Jewish
Braille Institute of America. The
Braille Bindery group works
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Milton Forman, with Mrs. Abe
Halpern in charge of the tape-
recorded books for the Nova
Schools.
Mrs. Caryl Feldman, Braille
chairman and coordinator of the
project, reports that the Temple
Beth El volunteer group is now
affiliated with the Visual Aid
Volunteers of the State of Florida
and plans are under way to teach
a course in Braille transcription
this fall under the instruction of
Thelma Kurzrock.
For dessert party tickets and
reservations, call Mrs. Herschell
Conn. 920-1470; Mrs. Jack Finn,
927-4504, or the temple office,
920-8225 or 944-7773.
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Religious Directory
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 110 SW 42nd
Ava. Conservative RabM David
Rosenf leld (47B)
BETH EL TEMPLE. 135) S. MM Ava.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Assistant RabM Harvey M. Rosen
leld (4S>
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4*01 Arthur
St. Conservative Rabbi Morten
Malavtky. Cantor Irving Gold (4*1
SINAI TEMPLE. ii Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi Chaim S Listfield
Cantor Yohuda Heilbraun (45)
SOLEL TEMPLE. 5100 Sher.dan St.
Liberal Rabbi Robert Frailn. (47C)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
Mtl Stirling Rd. Orthodox. Rabbi
Moshe Bomier. (J2)
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 414
NE tth Ava. Conservative Rabbi
Harry E. Schwartz Cantor Jacob
Damigor. (11)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OP NORTH OADE.
1M01 NE llnd Avt. Reform Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingstoy. Cantor Irving
Shulkes (17)
NORTH BROWARD
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW
CONOREOATION. 1711 NW 100th
Ava. Reform Rabbi Max Waltz. (44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 0104
57th St. Conservative Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman (44A)
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE. 4*20 SW 35th St.
Conservative Rabbi Avrom Drailn.
Cantor Abraham K ester (40)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 1*00 N.
University Dr. ConservaVv* Rabbi
Sidney I Lubin (41)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH
CONOREOATION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd
Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr. (44)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST
SYNAGOGUE 7471 NW 4th St. (40)
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By^sBehalpeRn
Question:
I read somewhere that there
are different levels of giving
charity. I've searched and
researched but I can't find the
source. Can you enlighten me?
Harvey H. Gelles
Hallandale
Answer:
Charity is defined by the
American Heritage Dictionary as
"the provision of help or relief to
the poor; alms giving. Something
that is given to help the needy."
The Hebrew word for charity is
"Tzedakah," which means
"righteousness" or "justice."
In the Bible the word refers to
any kind of righteous conduct.
The Talmud, however, refers to it
as one aspect of righteousness,
namely, the giving of alms or
assistance to the poor through
material gifts.
For acts of benevolence and
kindness, other than material
gifts, "Gemilut Hasadim" (deeds
of loving kindness) is employed.
This refers especially to such
personal services as burying the
dead, visiting the sick and the
ransoming of captives, which was
considered a paramount duty.
THE JEWISH conception
from the earliest times has been
that the needy are entitled to
help. The very use of the word
Tzedakah shows that the relief of
poverty is a matter of doty and
not voluntary philanthropy.
Rabbenu Moses ben Maimon,
known as Maimonides, or by the
Hebrew initials as Rambam
(1135-1204). philosopher,
halachist and codifier,
enumerates the following eight
different degrees of the duty of
Tzedakah.
The first and lowest degree is
to give, but with reluctance or
regret. This is the gift of the
hand, but not of the heart.
The second is to give cheer-
fully, but not proportionately to
the distress of the sufferer.
The third is to give cheerfully
and proportionately, but not
until solicited.
The fourth is to give cheerfully,
proportionately, and even un-
solicited; but to put it in the poor
man's hand, thereby exciting in
him the painful emotion of
shame.
The fifth is to give charity in
such a way that the distressed
may receive the bounty and know
their benefactor, without their
being known to him. Such was
the conduct of some of our an-
cestors, who used to tie up money
in the corners of their cloaks, so
that the poor might take it
un perceived.
The sixth, which rises still
higher, is to know the objects of
our bounty, but remain unknown
to them. Such was the conduct of
those of our ancestors who used
to convey their charitable gifts
into poor people's dwellings,
taking care that their own
persons and names should remain
unknown.
The seventh is still more
meritorious, namely, to bestow
charity in such a way that the
benefactor may not know the
relieved persons, nor they the
name of their benefactors, as was
done by our charitable fore-
fathers during the existence of
the Temple. For there was in that
holy building a place called the
Chamber of the Silent, wherein
the good deposited secretly
whatever their generous hearts
suggested, and from which the
poor were maintained with equal
secrecy.
Lastly, the eighth, and the
most meritorious of all, is to
anticipate charity, by preventing
poverty; namely, to assist the
reduced fellowman, either by a
considerable gift, or with a loan
of money, or by teaching him a
trade, or by putting him in the
way of business, so that he may
earn an honest livelihood and not
be forced to the dreadful alter-
native of holding out his hand for
charity. This is the highest step,
and the summit of charity's
golden ladder.
IT IS INTERESTING to note
that Sargent Shriver. the director
of the Peace Corps in the Ken-
nedy Administration, when
speaking about the purposes and
ideals of the Peace Corps, always
quoted in detail "the eighth and
the most meritorious of all"
degrees of the duty of charity as
enumerated by Maimonides.
Editor's note: Please send all
questions to:
m ASK ABE m
c'/to Jewish Federation
of South Broward
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Florida 33020
BEG PARDON:
In m ASK ABE m in the
issue of Jury 16, on page 6, about
"Tefillin" (phylacteries), in the
paragraph beginning "Under the
influence of Kabbalah ... "a
typographical error resulted in an
inaccurate description of the
facts. We regret the error.
Following is the paragraph as it
should have appeared:
Under the influence of Kab-
ballah (Jewish mysticism) the
Hebrew letter "Shin" is inscribed
on opposite sides of the head box;
the Hebrew letter "Daled" is
formed on the strap of the head
box and the Hebrew letter "Yud"
is on the formation of the strap of
the hand box. These three letters
form the Hebrew word "Shad
dai." which means Almighty, one
of the names of God.
Levine Looks
For 'Humorists'
The Jewish Community Center
staff will begin a search for new
participants for the Yiddish
Humor Workshop on Aug. 27.
Saul Levine, humorist and
master storyteller who has
written special sketches and
monologues and has translated
popular English classics into
Yiddish, will direct the program.
Plans to perform at con-
valescent homes, homes for the
aged, and other community
centers are anticipated, he said.
Classes and rehearsals are
scheduled for Fridays from 10 to
11:15 a.m. at the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Those interested in this course
are asked to call Elaine Goldstein
at 921-6511.


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Grade 'A' Eggs
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25
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29c
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Iced Tea Mix
$J29
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Lemon Coolers '.t 59e
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Vegetable Oil ^l$l49
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Cheese Ravioli \\V 49(
Royal Gelatin 2 ".'. 37c
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Cinnamon Crisp o" 75'
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Crackers So" 89'
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Beanee Weenee 2 ^',69*
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Prune Juice
59c
40-OZ.
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Beef Rib Steak
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Sirloin Steak
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Sliced Beef Liver 69'
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Red Plums
2$1
Firm Ripe Tomatoes
6 -; 39
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