The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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Fred Shochet
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Hollywood, Fla

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

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wJewislh IFlendli<3 m
ime6 Number 19
*md Mho far of Proof or Hollywood
Hollywood, Florida Friday, September 10,1976
I Frd K Shochet Friday, Sept. lo, i*7 Price 25 cents
Rising Anti-Semitic Tide Engulfs Latin America
I By MURRAY ZUCKOFF
JEW YORK (JTA) A
Jwing number of Jewish com-
ial officials in this country,
ticularly those keeping track
developments in Latin
firM.-ii as they affect the Jewish
imunities there, are ex-
Bsing concern, in private if not
in public, over what they
Lsider to be a dangerous and
[defeating trend in some of
| Jewish communities south of
(border.
|ewish organizational repre-
tatives in a number of Latin
erican countries maintain
ice about individual Jews
are under fire from local re-
for criticizing repressive
^sures and the abrogation of
liberties and when an in-
|dual Jew is singled out by the
as a dissident and is
kecuted or arrested for his
vs.
IANY OF these dissidents are
-known intellectuals who are
in high esteem by their col-
jes in their own country and
pad for both their con-
ations to academic and er-
ic life and for their principled
kds on behalf of social justice.
|merican Jewish experts on
American affairs see this
at ion as being especially
[alent in Argentina, Brazil
'hilf. where the Jewish corn-
kit it's are caught in the crunch
iiil and political unrest and
avals ana strive to develop a
si' of activity that will permit
communal institutions to
tion under the most adverse
I it ions.
lie silence regarding dissident
s is not necessarily a result of
iference to the plight of the
individual; rather, it is an effort
bom of anxiety to keep the com-
munity as a whole free of
dissident taint and thereby free
from indiscriminate persecution
and reprisals.
NEVERTHELESS. American
Jewish officials point out, this
approach is fraught with disaster
in the long run for the community
as a whole.
They underscore the fact that
the term dissident in Latin
America is defined very loosely to
act as a general dragnet for any
and all critics.
Furthermore, they note, while
dissidents who happen to be
Jewish are not singled out as
Jews, the propaganda mills of the
regimes and their "unofficial"
death squads seek to implant in
the minds of the public that there
is a link between dissident and
Jew.
THIS, they say, is a short step
from the twisted logic that all
Jews are dissidents and all dis-
sidents are Jews. This is how
Hitler began. Furthermore,
American Jewish experts on
Latin America say, when
Catholics or Protestants are
singled out as dissidents and
persecuted or arrested, there are
civil liberties defense groups
which publicly come to their aid.
What is disturbing to the
American Jewish spokesmen is
that a number of Jewish com-
munal leaders in Latin America
shun the dissident Jew and in
many cases decline to defend
them in public.
There appears to be a ten-
dency, it is noted, for some Latin
American Jewish officials to
define the Jewishness of the
dissidents not according to
halacha but on the basis of how a
specific Jew is viewed politically
by the local regime.
IF THE regime contends that
a person who happens to be
Jewish is a dissident by virtue of
his or her opposition to the
regime, some of the Jewish
leaders and many in the com-
munity accept the admonition of
the regime that the person in-
volved is not being singled out as
a Jew but merely as a dissident.
They then go a step farther and
insist that the persecution, ab-
duction or imprisonment of this
person is "not a Jewish issue."
This is further implemented by
the insistence on the part of the
local Jewish officials that this
person is, of course, "not really
Jewish." To buttress this con-
tention, they cite the lack of any
connection on the part of the
dissident to any communal or-
ganization and the fact that he or
she never really spoke out or
acted in public as a Jew.
WHAT FOLLOWS, having
accepted the decision of the local
regime as to who is a dissident
and who is a Jew, is that the
dissident Jews who disappear or
are arrested cease to be the
concern of the official Jewish
community; their plight and that
of their families is minimized or
even ignored and not given any
publicity that would help focus
the attention of world Jewry on
this situation.
The dissident becomes almost
a non-person within the official
Jewish community. Whatever
news does emerge about the fate
of this individual is due to news
stories filed by correspondents
writing for newspapers and
periodicals abroad or reports
monitored by American Jewish
organizations with "Latin
American desks."
THE TRAGEDY, it is pointed
out, aside from the personal
element, is that there may be
more Jews in these countries who
are missing abducted, tor-
tured, imprisoned or killed
without anyone abroad knowing
about it until it is too late to do
anything to save this person

and Mrs. Melvyn Boer discuss the Community Mission
enure with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Gevirman during a recent
lor Meeting at the Boers' home. The meeting was one m a
es of informal gatherings.
2,000 at Beigin Meeting
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Menachem Beigin, a
der of the Likud, warned here that the proliferation of
zi publications in this country must be taken seriously
' iew of the Nazi experience in Europe.
Beigin addressed some 2,000 persons who crowded
*tro Cinema at a meeting organized by the Revisionist-
put Party. He also called for international sanctions
iinst hijacking, warned that the PLO threats to destroy
ael should be taken literally and noted that Mideast
ace will come when the Arabs convince themselves that
By cannot subdue Israel.
Margulies Chairing UJA Campaign
Dr. Stanley I. Margulies, a
Hollywood resident for five
years, has been named general
chairman for the 1976-77 cam-
paign of the Jewish Federation of
South Breward United Jewish
Appeal, according to Lewis E.
Conn, president.
Dr. Margulies, a graduate of
the Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, is chief of
radiology at Hollywood
Memorial Hospital.
Active in Federation, he is past
president of the leadership
development committee.
STANLEY I. MARGULIES
because of the silence of the
Jewish community.
American Jewish experts in
Latin American affairs cite such
cases as that of Vladimir Herzog.
the Brazilian journalist who was
found dead in his jail cell after
being taken to military head-
quarters for questioning on his
alleged involvement in a political
movement the Brazilian govern-
ment considered illegal; the dis-
appearance in Chile of David
Silberman, who was a high of-
ficial in the government of
Salvador Allende, and of Diana
Aaron. Luis Guendelman and
Juan Carlos Perelman; the
abduction and disappearance in
Argentina of family members of
Juan Gleman, a well-known poet
and journalist who himself was
forced to flee to Rome last vear
after receiving threats from right-
wing death squads; and the dis-
appearance of Raymundo Glazer.
an Argentine film maker.
IN THE CASE of Herzog.
some 8,000 persons of all faiths
attended an ecumenical memorial
service in Sao Paulo last
November. His death in October
sparked massive indignation and
demonstrations by university
faculty and students, journalists,
intellectualls and members of the
Christian clergy.
But the Jewish community
leadership maintained an official
silence. When one of the spokes-
men was asked about this, he
replied that it was "not a Jewish
issue."
The leadership also declined to
participate officially in the ecu-
menical memorial service. In fact.
Rabbi Henry Sobel, who did
participate, was rebuked by
many Jewish leaders. But Sobel,
at the service, cried out for
human rights for all people
everywhere and cautioned that
Jews cannot remain silent in the
face of oppression.
THE IRONY, it is pointed out,
is that some of these dissidents
were in the past, under different
circumstances, touted by the
same Jewish communities which
now ignore them as examples of
Jewish contributors to their
countries' social, economic and
intellectual life.
The crassest example of the
double standard they are "our
Jews" when the regime in power
is not hostile to socially pro-
gressive ideas but "not our
Jews" when the regime is hostile
was provided by a leading
Continued on Page 2
Israel Ousted from Soccer Group
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTAI Israel
has been ousted, as expected,
from the Asian Football (soccer)
Confederation by a unanimous
vote of the 21 delegates attending
the Confederation conferences at
Kuala Lumpur. Israel helped to
establish the Confederation in
1964 and participated in all sub-
sequent Asiatic soccer tourna-
ments under Confederation
sponsorship.
Israeli Education Minister
Aharon Yadlin said, in the first
official reaction to the ouster,
that this move was an expression
of the political illness infecting
present day sports.
SPEAKING at a reception
given by Premier Yitzhak Rabin
for Israel's Olympic team at the
Montreal Games, Yadlin
denounced the ouster move as an
"act of discrimination against
Israel, contrary to the
regulations of the Asian Football
Confederation and the principles
of the International Federation of
Football Associations and
contrary to the spirit of sports."
He challenged world sports
leaders to reject the ouster
decision, adding, "I find it hard
to believe they will ignore it."
The ouster motion was made
by Ahmed el-Saadon, a member
of the Kuwaiti delegation.
IN ANTICIPATION of the
ouster action, Michael Almog,
chairman of the Israel Football
Association, had applied for, and
was refused, an entry visa by
Malaysia. Almog, who made the
application on grounds Israel was
entitled to have a representative
present during debate at the
ouster session, called the refusal
a flagrant violation of fair play
concepts.
Che Hin of Malaysia, the
Confederation's general
secretary, said, it was reported
here from Kuala Lumpur, that he
had received a cable from Almog
demanding that the Con-
federation discuss his proposal
for Saadon to be dismissed for
presenting the ouster proposal,
but the cable was not read at the
meeting.
THE DECISION left Israel in
the strange position of still being
a member of the international
football federation but without
membership in any regional
football federation.
Arab Gets
Three Years
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Youssef Yaakub Roffah, a 43-
year-old Arab receptionist at a
Jerusalem hotel, has been sen-
tenced to three years' imprison-
ment and to an additional three
years' suspended sentence on
charges that he was in the service
of Arab terrorists who planned to
kidnap a top Israeli security
official.
Roffah, who was sentenced last
Thursday by a military tribunal
in Lod, confessed to the charges.
According to the prosecution,
he had also relayed information
to the terrorists about a top
security official who was living in
the hotel.
THE TERRORISTS planned
to kidnap the security official and
hold him hostage until Israel
released Archbishop Hilarion
Capucci, currently serving a jail
sentence for aiding terrorists.


Pe 2
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 10,1976
Israel Bond* Office Announce*
William Littman Named
Board of Governors Head
William Littman, South Brew-
ard Israel Bonds chairman, has
been named chairman of the
board of governors of Israe
Bonds of the entire county. Th
appointment was announced this
week by Milton M. Parson,
executive director of the South
Florida Israel Bond
Organization.
As South Broward Israel
Bonds chairman for the past
three years. Littman has been
responsible for increasing the sale
of Israel Bonds in South Broward
to record levels. In announcing
I.ittman's new appointment.
Parson said. "Mr. I.ittman's
dynamic leadership will un-
doubtedly be reflected in in-
creased Israel Bond sales
throughout Broward County
with widened support from every
segment of the community."
Parson added that "Although
Robert M. Hermann, who served
as Israel Bonds chairman for
North Broward, has relinquished
the chairmanship due to the
pressure of a new business in
which he has just embarked, he
will continue to spark the North
WILLIAM LITTMAN
Israel's Mood'h Theme
Histadrut Event Features Carlebach
THE PRESIDENT of El Al
Airlines will arrive in South
Florida next week to participate
in the Israel Solidarity Tourist
Day rally. Dr. Malavsky added.
Mordechai Ben An, recognized
as a leader in international
aviation circles, has been in-
strumental in the development of
El Al into a major international
airline since he assumed the
presidency in 1967. In the 1960s
Ben Ari introduced dramatic
concepts in group fares which
revolutionized low-cost fares and
marked the beginning of mass air
transportation.
Ben An, a graduate of the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem
who was born in Transylvania,
emigrated in 1940 to Palestine,
where he joined a kibbutz and
later played a crucial role in the
immigration and settlement of
refugees.
He joined El Al in 1950.
became head of its commercial
division in 1958 and was ap-
pointed vice president in 1960.
Ben-Ari was elected presient in
July, 1967. and has served as El
Al's chief negotiator at con-
ferences of the International Air
Transport Association.
The Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation provides financial support
for the vast network of
educational, health and welfare
institutions of the Histadrut in
Israel, which serves the social
needs of more than 70 percent of
the population.
Tickets for the Israel
Solidarity Tourist Day are
available from the Hallandale
Israel Histadrut Foundat:
office.
South Broward's
Community Mission to Israel
To: JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD,
INC.
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Flo. S3020
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(Make checks payable to the Jewish Federation of South
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Broward Israel Bond effort in a
position of leadership to be
announced shortly. Under his
chairmanship, the Israel Bond
achievements of the Fort
I.auderdale area have received
national attention."
LITTMAN HAS BEEN an
active leader in Jewish com-
munity affairs as well as in the
campaign to further the economic
development of Israel.
A dental industry executive in
New York. Littman has retired
and now lives in Hollywood. He
is on the executive committee of
the Anti-Defamation league of
South Florida, the executive
board of the B*nai B"rith
Foundation and the board of
trustees of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward. President of
the Hemispheres B"nai B'rith.
he is a member of the executive
committee of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
in Hollywood.
Sponsored bu Women's Division
Jewish Family Institute
Spotlights Many Issues
The mood of Israel today is the
theme of an Israel Solidarity
Tourist Day to be held Sunday
afternoon, Sept. 19, at the
Hemispheres in Hallandale under
the sponsorship of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation (IHF).
The announcement was made by
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, chair-
man of the IHF South Broward
Council.
Co-sponsored by El Al Airlines
and the Israel Government
Tourist Office, the event is being
presented in advance of the
second annual Histadrut
Solidarity Conference in Tel
Aviv, Nov. 13 to 16, Rabbi
Malavskv said.
HEADLINING THE enter
tainment is Rabbi Shlomo
Carlebach, the folk singe r who has
been in Israel this summer com-
posing and singing for the
soldiers, and is considered the
unofficial singing rabbi of the
Israel army.
Born into a noted Central
European rabbinical family.
Rabbi Carlebach received his
rabbinic degree in New York from
one of the leading authorities,
Rabbi Issac Hutner.
RABBICARLEBACH
Rabbi Rosenfeld
Named VA Chaplain
Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeld of
Temple Beth El will serve as
part-time chaplain at the VA
Hospital in Martinsburg, W. Va .
according to an announcement by
Rabbi Eric Friedland of Chicago,
chairman of the Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
Anti-Semitism
In Latin America
Continued from Page 1
figure in the Chilean Jewish
community.
When this writer was in Chile
three years ago he introduced
him to many ofthe leaders in the
Allende government who were
Jewish. He underlined, in his
introductions, that each one was
a well-known Jew before
becoming part of the Allende ad-
ministration and cited their con-
nections with communal
organizations.
SOME EIGHT months later,
three months after Allende's
government was deposed by the
military junta, this same in-
dividual was in New York. He
was asked what happened to
some of the Jewish officials
whose whereabouts were at that
time unknown.
"Why do you aak?" he said.
"Because their whereabouts are a
matter of great concern to the
Jewish community in this
country," he was told. "Why
should it be?" he responded
"They weren't really Jews. They
were Communists.' Asked why
he had introduced them aa Jews
eight months earlier, he merely
shrugged his shoulders.
What makes the situation
fraught with disaster, it is
pointed out, is that once the
government or the death squads
decide to abduct or kill dissidents
who happen to be Jews it is a
short step for this to spill over
into general anti-Jewish activity.
Will the Jewish family survive
the 20th century? How does the
mature woman deal with growing
older? What's happening to our
kids on college campuses? These
and other pertinent topics of
Jewish family life in the South
Broward community will
highlight the Jewish Family
Institute on Tuesday. Sept. 28.
"Home Sweet Home ... Or Is
It?" will begin at 7:30 p.m. at
Temple Beth El. Sponsored by
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward Women's Division
education committee, the
educational program will have as
keynote speaker Rabbi David
Lehrfield, Judaica professor and
lecturer, who. with a group of
distinguished educators, social
workers and psychologists, will
explore the many problems
Jewish society is encountering.
GROUP DISCUSSIONS will
be led by professional staff
members of many of Federation's
agencies, including Hillel Jewish
Student Center of Florida
International University. B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization,
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, Jewish Family
Service of Broward County,
Senior Adult Activities Center of
South Broward, American
Jewish Committee and the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center.
"The Jewish Family Institute
offers a provocative evening,
with those attending being able
to interact with the professionals
in group discussions," according
to Selma Hopen, education com-
mittee chairman. "We want the
Jewish community to be aware of
the many problems existing
today, but most important we
want them to learn whether there
are solutions available within our
own community. Services offered
by the Jewish Federation of
South Broward of which many
residents may not be aware
can and do provide answers to
many problems."
Advance reservations can be
made by sending a check for $2
per person to Jewish Family
Institute. Jewish Federation South Broward, 2838 Hollywood
Blvd., Hollywood. Fla. 33020.
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Friday, September 10,1976
The Jewish Fioridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
P*e3
Hft$ Division; and Frank Beckerman.'a member of theFederation board of directors More than
300 top-level people from throughout the United States met to review IsraSmmedZZnee2
on this visit, which annually launches the UJA campaign. neeas
Ex-FBI Man
Admits
Break-In
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
W. Mark Felt, former associate
director of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation, volunteered this
week that the FBI had entered
the quarters of the Palestine
Liberation Organization in
Dallas, Tex., without legal
authorization and would do it
again.
Felt was being questioned on
the CBS program, "Face the
Nation," about the FBI break-in
aimed at the radical underground
organization, the Weathermen, in
1972 without a warrant when he
said:
"YOU LEFT out another one
which I admitted and that's the
lireak-in of the Palestine
Liberation Organization down in
Dallas. They were planning on all
sorts of terrorism in the United
States, and I think we stopped it
because we took that action."
Mary A. McLaughlin, of CBS
News, who was questioning Felt
ill the time, said" We were trying
to separate" the questioning of
i he Weathermen and the FBI
because she thought Felt con-
siders "the Weathermen to be
untrolled or to be involved very
seriously with some foreign
government which is trying to
overthrow this country."
Ex-Nazi Gets Life
BONN (JTA) A civil
court in East Berlin has sen-
tenced a former SS troop leader
to life imprisonment. Herbert
Drabant, 61, was accused of par-
ticipating in the execution of
some 4,000 people, including
many Jews and Russians, during
World War II.

Beth Shalom Sisterhood
Names Board Members
Mrs. Mary Portnoy, Beth
Shalom Sisterhood president, has
announced the names of new
board members for the 1976-77
season. They are Mrs Albert
Robert, fund-raising vice
president; Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
thrift shop coordinator; Mrs.
I>eon Brauser, art auction vice
chairman; Mrs. Fred Bhimen-
thal. art auction chairman: Mrs.
Max Cossin, donor savings and
tree of life; Mrs. Reuben Gillman,
Torah fund chairman; Mrs.
Leonard Pasternak, movie ticket
sales: Mrs. George Malacoff,
tribute cards; Mrs. Jack Kleiner.
early bird; and Mrs. Joel
Schneider, gift shop coordinator.
Other new members include
Mrs. Martin Rlebanow, kid-
dushes and Oneg Shabbats; Mrs.
Malcom Mayper, donor chair-
man: Mrs. Martin Sklar, Torah
fund; Mrs. Edward Haber,
canasta league; and Mrs. Sy
Levin, donor vice chairman.
WORKING WITH Mrs. Allan
Freedman, youth vice president,
will be Mrs. Bernardo Kriger,
youth fund chairman.
Mrs. Spencer Schoem, pro-
gram vice president, will be
assisted by Mrs. Jacob
Ruderman. education and book
study group chairman, and Mrs.
Bradley Buschel, visual aids.
Mrs. Lawrence Appel, mem-
bership vice president, will be
joined by Mrs. Morton
Malavsky, sunshine; Mrs.
George Lustig, retention; Mrs.
Hena Stem, secret pal; Mrs. Issie
Messer, guest book; Mrs.
Michael Neuwirth, membership
events; Mrs. Gerald Bernstein,
leagrams; Mrs. Morris Guss,
hospitality; Mrs. Lawrence
Rosenbaum, bulletin editor; Mrs.
Harvey Sogoloff, mailing; Mrs.
Irving Miller, hospitality; and
Mrs. Joseph Rindner, mem-
bership events.
Serving on the executive com-
mittee with the president and
four vice presidents are Mrs. Hy
Rosen, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Samuel Davis, recording
secretary: Mrs. Jerome Fried-
man, treasurer; Mrs. Herman
Toll, financial secretary; and
Mrs. Edward Hoffman,
parliamentarian.
RESERVATIONS FOR the
High Holy Days services are
being accepted by Temple Beth
Shalom. All seats for members
and nonmembers are reserved,
with ticket prices varying ac-
cording to local ion.
Dr. Morton Malavsky.
spiritual leader of the temple, will
conduct the services, assisted by
Cantor Irving Gold and a pro-
fessional holiday choir.
For further information and
reservations, contact Sylvia
Gordon at 981-6111.
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Seniors Have Busy Month
September is full of activity at
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida's Hollywood
Senior Citizen Activity Center,
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
Registration is under way for
courses in conversational
Spanish, beginning and inter-
mediate Hebrew, sketching and
painting. All courses begin Sept.
13.
Also available will be lessons in
basic Yiddish, intermediate
bridge and classes in needlepoint,
crewel, Bargello and embroidery.
Other activities include a
Yiddish Drama Workshop, inter-
national folk-dancing, weekly
movies and a luncheon discussion
group.
Scheduled during this month is
a lecture series featuring
discussion and in-depth analysis
of Arthur Miller's "Death of a
Salesman" on Sept. 16 and, on
Sept. 23, "The Liberated Jewish
Woman: Medieval Times."
For further information about
these programs and activities,
contact the center, 921-6511 or
949-6762. The Hollywood Senior
Activity Center is a beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward.
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Friday. September 10.1976
lorida Cities Visit Israel
Eight Florida cities are par-
ticipating in this year's "Florida
Visits Israel" program, presented
by the Israel Government
Tourist Office and El Al Airlines.
Dov Kolani. director of the
IGTO Southern U.S.A. Region,
has announced that the program
will be launched on Sept. 7 in
Fort Lauderdale and will con-
clude in Sarasota on Sept. 16.
Other locations include West
Palm Beach (Sept. 8), Fort Pierce
(Sept. 9), Daytona Beach (Sept.
11). Orlando (Sept. 12). Tampa
(Sept. 14) and St. Petersburg
(Sept. 15).
Each evening's program
features entertainment by Israeli
CRC to Meet
At Luncheon
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Community
Relations Committee will meet on
Wednesday. Sept. 22. at Temple
Beth El. The community is in-
vited to join the representatives
from the various organizations in
the Jewish community who will
attend the noon luncheon.
A film. "Israel: The Right To
Be." is to be shown and there will
be discussions of programs for
the coming year. Soviet Jewry,
the Mideast situation, domestic
concerns and election guidelines
are on the agenda, as is various
legislative action.
The CRC. consisting of 32
constituent agencies, coordinates
all community relations affecting
the South Broward Jewish
population.
ZMIRAHENN
vocalist /mini Henn and a talk
by Professor Elisha Efrat.
Efrat. geography professor at
Tel Aviv University, is head of
the Israel Plans Department of
the Ministry of the Interior and
author of books and studies of
geographical aspects in the
regional and national planning of
Israel.
Zmira Henn, born in Tel Aviv,
was influenced in music by her
father, who is a cantor. For two
years a member of the Israel
army's Entertainment Group,
she made appearances at the
Kameri and Ohel Theatres and is
a songwriter as well as a vocalist,
with five hit recordings to her
credit. Her latest. "Let My
People Go," dedicated to Russian
Jewry, is a collection of songs
censored in the Soviet Union
which she has translated.
The "Florida Visits Israel"
program, an activity connected
with the declaration of 1976 as
"Pilgrimage to Israel" year, is
open to the public.
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Military Pressure on Newsmen
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
book due to be published here
soon accuses army and Defense
Ministry officials of leaning on
military correspondents in an
effort to get them to write reports
according to the "desirable line."
The author of the book "Blinds
at the Top" is Shimshon Offer,
who. as Davar's military cor-
respondent for 10 years, covered
the Six-Day War, the war of
attrition and the Yom Kippur
OFFER CLAIMS that in order
to assure the "desirable line," the
military establishment used
pressure and threats, both ex-
plicit and implicit, and imposed
its "line" on the press and other
communications media.
Ms. Kronish A ttending London School
Sharon Jeane Kronish of North sociated Press.
Miami Beach has been selected to
attend the London School of
Economics for a year, starting
this month. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney D.
Kronish.
A university scholar, she is a
junior at Sophie Newcomb
College of Tulane University
whose president appointed her a
student representative to select
the college's new dean of women.
Ms. Kronish was an honors
graduate of North Miami Beach
Senior High School, where she
was captain of the marching band
championship color guard for
three years.
Ms. Kronish's father is
executive director of Temple
Beth El in Hollywood, a member
of the executive board of the
National Association of Temple
Administrators and a syndicated
stamp columnist for the As
Her mother is immediate past
president of the Southeast
Florida Region of Women's
American ORT and a member of
its national board. Her brother,
Keith, JS a senior at Oglethorpe
University in Atlanta-
He tells of one senior official
who requested military cor-
respondents slant their reports
on Israel Defense Forces ac-
tivities along the preconceived
views of the IDF.
The officer. Offer reveals, told
the correspondents that he has a
"personal file" on all of them and
that he assumed they wanted to
maintain their contacts and
relations with the army in the
future.
THE BOOK, which covers the
relationship between the military
authorities and the cor-
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of the Yom Kippur War, devotes
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methods taken to undermine
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Pige5
Leaving Site in UNHgnrix
Hebron Building Out of Bounds
NCJWNames Executive Director,
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By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
_ Defense Minister
Shimon Peres indicated
that the government will
not allow residents of the
'Jewish settlement of Kiryat
Arba and the Gush
Kmunim movement to take
over the former Hadassah
Hospital in Hebron for use
as a synagogue.
He said the building,
which has been the target
of several attempts by
Discussion Topic:
Soviet Jewry
The Soviet Jewry Committee
..f the Community Relations
5 Committee of the Jewish
iE federation of South Broward will
ft host a discussion on Soviet Jewry
at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 12,
at Temple Beth Shalom.
Speakers for the event are
U-on Goure, professor of inter-
national studies and director of
Soviet studies at the University
of Miami, and Rabbi Morton
Malavsky of the temple.
Under discussion will be the
status of Soviet-American
relations and the predicament of
Soviet Jews. Recently returned
trom the Soviet Union. Rabbi
Malavsky will discuss his view of
Soviet Jewish life.
The public is invited to attend.
Hillel Programs
On Tampa Agenda
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward will be well
represented at the Sept. 19
meeting in Tampa of the Hillel
Slate Board.
Attending from the Federation
will be Moses Hornstein, chair-
man of the Jewish education
I'ommittee; Dr. Robert Pittell,
i hairman of subcommittees for
Jewish education: and Sumner
Kaye, associate director.
Under discussion will be new
j personnel, practice codes,
' programming and budgeting for
the 1976-77 Hillel On-Campus
I'rogram, which encompasses
"Ilexes and universities
i hroughout Florida.
Chairman of the meeting is
Joel Karpay, president of the
Tampa Federation.
militant Jews to hold
prayer meetings there, was
given to UNRWA and
Israel was committed to
leaving it in UN hands.
PERES MADE his statement
following the weekly Cabinet
meeting. The Cabinet issued a
communique that no Jewish
presence will be increased in
Hebron without government
approval.
A group of MKs are scheduled
to see Peres tomorrow to urge the
approval for the use of three
buildings in Hebron, including
the former Hadassah Hospital,
which were owned by Jews until
the 1929 Arab riot in which 63
Jews were killed in that city.
But Peres, who has been
considered a sympathizer of
Gush Emunim's settlement
attempts, said today that with
the prayer facilities in the Tomb
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nearby Kiryat Arba there was no
need to turn the former Hadassah
Hospital into a synagogue, a use
it also had in the past.
EARLIER IN the day, eight
Gush Kmunim activists were
detained in another prayer at-
tempt at the old hospital
building. One of those arrested
was Hannan Porat, a Gush
Kmunim leader, who guided
many of its illegal settlement
attempts.
The eight arrested were among
100 men and women, most of
them from Kiryat Arba, who
gathered on top of the building at
1:30 a.m. to engage in a Torah
study lesson.
Police broke up the meeting at
4 a.m. This was the third attempt
to hold a prayer meeting in the
building. Last week, a group of
yeshiva students from Kiryat
Arba left peacefully when police
arrived, but another group of 15
was arrested the next day and
they are still being r Id.
The National Council of Jewish
Women has appointed Mariorie
Merlin Cohen of New York
executive director.
Ms. Cohen has had a long
career in equal opportunity
employment and fair housing, as
a labor consultant. An early
advocate of women's rights, she
has received several awards for
outstanding service in govern-
ment and was nominated for
Federal Woman of the Year.
Her broad professional
background, her concern with the
status of women and her lifetime
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match with remarkable precision
the basic concerns of the National
Council of Jewish Women.
In other NCJW news, Rina
Messinger, recently crowned
"Miss Universe," has been
awarded an honorary member-
ship by the organization,
America's oldest major Jewish
women's group, founded in 1893.
Selected at the international
pageant in Hong Kong, Israel's
first Miss Universe has indicated
that promoting world peace will
be a top priority during her one-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 10,1976
Ask&B6
ByABehalpeun
QUESTION: I know that the
usual rendering of the Ten Com-
mandments is on two Tablets of
the same size, either oval or
square on top, with five Com-
mandments on each Tablet.
Recently I saw a woodcarving of
the Commandments, one Tablet
shorter than the other. There
were seven Commandments on
the taller one and three Com-
mandments on the shorter. la
there scything in our Scriptures
about this arrangement of the
Ten Commandments?
Dr. A. David Smith
Hollywood
ANSWER: The narrative of
the Torah has specific in-
formation about the Tablets and
the Decalogue (the Ten Com-
mandments). In Hebrew the
Tablets are called "Schnei
Luchot HaBrit" (two Tablets of
the Covenant) or "Schnei Luchot
HaAydoot" (two Tablets of the
Testimony). Sometimes the word
luchot is translated as "tables"
(of stone). Following is a brief
summary:
Moses was commanded by God
to ascend Mount Sinai in order to
receive the two Tablets of stone
on which God had inscribed the
Torah and the Commandments.
The narrative further states
that the writing on the Tablets
was on both sides, written by
God upon the Tablets which were
the work of God.
When Moses beheld the orgy of
the worship of the Golden Calf he
became angry and shattered the
Tablets at the foot of the
mountain (Exodus 24:12. 32:15,
16.32:19).
Subsequently, God said to
Moses: "Carve two tablets of
stone like the first, and 1 will
inscribe upon the tablets the
words that were on the first
tablets, which you shattered"
(Exodus 34:1).
The commentary in the
Soncino publication of the
Pentateuch and Haftorahs ex-
plains the above passage. "The
vision of God which was now to
be granted to Moses marks the
re-establishment of the Covenant
between God and Israel that had
been annulled by the apostasy in
connection with the Golden Calf.
Therefore, the broken Tables of
the Law are replaced by new
Tables" (p.364|.
ALL AUTHORITIES em
phasize that while the writing on
the second set of Tablets was the
same as on the first, the Tablets
were different. The first set was
the work of God and the second
the work of man. carved by
Moses.
The two Tablets are a favorite
Jewish symbol, usually placed
over the Ark in the Synagogue.
The Ten Commandments are
inscribed either with the first ten
letters of the alphabet or with the
first words of each of the Ten
Commandments.
The Ten Commandments are
referred to in the Hebrew text in
Exodus as "Dvarim" (words),
also in Deuteronomy and Exodus
as "Asseret HaDvarim" (the ten
words). The Rabbis of the
Talmud interpret the special use
in the text of the Hebrew
"Davar" (word) to reflect divine
speech.
According to the Encyclo-
paedia Judaica, while there is no
indication in the Biblical text of
how the Ten Commandments
were distributed on the Tablets,
it is commonly assumed that
they were placed five against
five. Furthermore, an ingenious
homily based on this assumption
correlates the Commandments
against each other as follows:
Murder is an injury to God in
whose image man was created
(first and sixth);
BB District Five Names Fromberg
Marital infidelity is correlated
with apostasy (second and
seventh);
Stealing will lead to a false
oath (third and eighth);
The Sabbath-breaker asserts
falsely that God did not create
the world in six days and rest on
the seventh (fourth and ninth);
He who covets his fellow's
wife will end by fathering a child
who rejects his true parent and
honors another (fifth and tenth).
FOLLOWING OUR con
versation, I spoke to the local
artist who made the woodcarving
you describe. He told me that he
was born in Poland and came to
the United States in 1920 at the
age of 19. He lived in Rimanow, a
small town in Poland about 20
kilometers from the city of
Cracow. He remembers that as a
small boy he saw in a synagogue
two Tablets with the Ten Com-
mandments in the manner you
describe.
He related that he remembers
that someone told him that the
explanation of this particular
rendering is because the Ten
Commandments were inscribed
on two broken pieces of the first
Tablets. Since one piece was
shorter than the other, only three
Commandments could be in-
scribed on it and seven on the
other.
I could find no reference in any
of the sources I consulted about
this unusual arrangement of the
Ten Commandments. I would
appreciate it, therefore, if anyone
who has any further information
about this matter would please
communicate with me. I will
share whatever information I
receive with the readers in a
future column.
Please send questions to:
ASK ABE
c o Jewish Federation
of South Broward
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Florida 33020
At the recent B'nai B'rith
District Five Convention in
Baltimore, Md., Malcolm H.
Fromberg, local attorney, was
unanimously elected president-
elect of the District.
District Five encompasses
the area including Maryland
Washington, D.C., Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Georgia and Florida.
The next District Five con-
vention will be held June 18
through 21, 1977, at the
Americana Hotel in Miami
Beach. At that time, Fromberg
will automatically be installed as
president.
MALCOLM FROMBERG
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CANDLELIGHTING
TIME
I 15ELUL-5736 X
David M. Blumberg, inter-
national president of B'nai
B'rith, will be guest of honor at a
breakfast meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Foundation's Presidents
Club on Sept. 19 at 9:30 a.m. at
the Konover Hotel.
Sam Sherwood of Hollywood,
Florida chairman of the Club
which helps support the
organization's Youth Services
Hillel Foundations at 342 uni-
versities, the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization serving some
45,000 teenagers, and the Career
and Counseling Services in 21
major communities in America
made the announcement.
The function is under the
auspices of the South Florida
Fund-Raising Cabinet chaired by
Mai Fromberg of Miami,
president-elect of District Five of
B'nai B'rith, which embraces the
Southeastern sector of the United
State*.
"The presence of our inter-
national president," said
Fromberg. "is indicative of the
importance of our area. We here
in Florida have the responsibility
of leading the way for the rest of
B'nai B'rith in terms of com-
mitment to Jewish perpetuity
and survival. While it is true that
we have a Jewish presence on a
few hundred campuses, there are
almost 2.000 institutions of
higher learning where Jewish
boys and girls do not have the
advantage of a Hillel House. It is
up to us. not only to maintain
what we now have, but also to
establish new centers in schools
to reach thousands more
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FROMBERG has been active
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Board of Directors of Temple
Emanu-El, Miami Beach,
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Housing Committee of B'nai
B'rith, a member of the Advisory
Council of the Greater Miami
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Legacy Development Committee,
together with numerous other
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At the same convention, Bert
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unanimously elected second vice
president of District Five two
years after Fromberg assumes
office.
DISTRICT FIVE has been in
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The B'nai B'rith International
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Hope in the Middle East
It is almost mind-boggling to be hopeful about the
Middle East. Nevertheless, some things have been oc-
curring there of late that would have been impossible even
one year ago.
One is the opening of the border between Israel and
Lebanon, thus allowing limited numbers of Lebanese to
escape the brutal military and economic consequences of
the civil war now tearing that country to shreds.
Indeed, there was a report early this week of the secret
trip by two rightist Christian leaders to Israel to discuss
the possibility of assistance to them against a total Syrian
takeover of Lebanon.
This must be seen against the backdrop of yet another
unexpected occurrence: the planned opening of a check-
point on the Golan Heights to allow Druze families from
Israel and Syria to visit with each other.
The world of Syria's Resident Hafez Assad would
simply have refused to consider such a plan even one year
ago.
Then there is the rotating appointment of a Libyan as
president of the Security Council when the United Nations
begins its Fall session this month.
Enemies Take Same Position
Israel has denounced the appointment on the basis that
Libya was behind the hijacking of an Air France plane to
Uganda in June.
But, wonder of wonders. Egypt joined the attack against
the Libyan appointment, citing a statement in a Kuwaiti
newspaper, A-Siyasseh, that documented Col. Qadafffs
role in the hijacking with George Habash, leader of the
PFLP.
Egypt, of course, had in mind its own hijacking incident
last week of a domestic airline flight from Cairo to Luxor
which the Egyptians also charge was the handiwork of
Libya's strongman.
These may be straws in the wind, but they are straws and
a wind that would not have blown in anybody's imagination
until now, when the facts, strange as they seem, speak for
themselves.
Chirac Sent Home
The departure of Jacques Chirac as Premier of France
should be cause for no surprise. Chirac, an inveterate
Gaullist, was the vestige of stern right-wing attitudes
inspired by Charles De Gaulle in French national life.
As a last survivor in high office of the view that France
must be central to the destiny of Europe, and at no matter
what cost to France's traditional friends, Chirac pursued
the diplomacy of a zealot without a source of real power.
President Valery Giscard d'Estaing, in firing Chirac,
demonstrated it was he and not his former Premier, who
indeed tried to carry on the business of France, both
domestic and foreign, as if there were no one else above him
or at the helm of the nation.
Chirac's departure may mean a loosening of Chirac's
GaulUsm and a return to more traditional French
diplomacy. In terms of Israel, this may mean a softening of
the Quai d'Orsay's hard anti-Israel line with its knuckling
under to the Arabs and their oil-rich lands at every instant.
We say may. On the other hand, it may not. What really
occurred with the firing of Chirac was a statement by
Giscard that he was boss, not the Premier. A possible
softening of French attitudes is only a secondary
possibility.
New Life for Yiddish
The first World Conference in Israel for Yiddish and
Jewish Culture should provide a welcome revitalization for
Yiddish, a language whose death has all too often been
prematurely reported. The fact that 500 delegates from
throughout the world attended the conference and that
2,000 persons attended the opening session should be proof
that Yiddish ia still alive and kicking.
The holding of the conference in Jerusalem and the
support it received from the government of Israel is of more
than passing importance.
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Theater Centennial Marked
BUCHAREST (JTA> -
The capital of the Moldavian
province, Jaasy, was the scene of
a remarkable gathering last
Thursday. The leaders of the
municipality's artistic, cultural
and scientific community and a
delegation of prominent Jewish
writers, poets, artists and
journalists came to Jassy to com-
memorate the 100th anniversary
of the birth of the Yiddish
theater.
The reception at the kosher
restaurant was given by the
Federation of Jewish Rumanian
Communities. It was not far from
there that Abraham Goldfaden,
the father of the Yiddish theater,
launched the Yiddish theater
with a performance of his own
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ISRAEL TEMPLE. 6920 SW 35th St.
Consarvativa. Rabbi Avrom Draiin.
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Consarvativa. Rabbi David Shapiro.
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RABBI MOSES Rosen, Chief
Rabbi of Rumania, in his toast
commemorating the event, said
"Jewish dramaturgy was only
continued by Goldfaden. Its
beginning was in our tradition,
folklore and song, in the Book of
Esther and in the Song of Songs.
It was rooted in our spiritual
heritage and the Yiddish theater
paid respect to this tradition both
in terms of language and con-
test."
Rosen said the gathering
marked a "yom tov not only for
Rumanian Jews and not only for
the Rumanian people who
provided the facilities to preserve
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building of a Jewish state theater
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FROM AUG. 10 to 19, the
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centennial with successive per-
formances of plays by Sholom
Aleichem, S. Ansky, Israel
Bercovici and Gotthold Lessing.
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director and resident playwright
of the state theater. His latest
production, "The Golden
Thread," is devoted to the life
and times of Goldfaden.
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