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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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*Jewish Fleiriiclli<3i m
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
jme7 Number 5
Friday, March 11,1977
Price 25 cents
Hi-Rises Gather for CJA-IEF
smith Broward Hi-Rise
Idents have traditionally been
ent supporters of the Com
Jewish Appeal Israel
fergency Fund campaign of
Jewish Federation. Recent
kks have seen several
herings on behalf of the
sanitarian effort.
t Olympus, a large crowd
Wed to pledge moral and
ncial support to the cam-
In. Guest speaker was Col.
Nehman, a noted authority
Middle Eastern affairs. Com-
et- members were David
in, Emanuel Cohen, Harry
Lan, Meyer Reizman,
lys Witus and Henry Witriol.
Bsidents of Lakepoint Towers
to honor retired builder
nour Moses for his long years
ervice to the Jewish com-
lity. Henry Levy was the
It speaker at the brunch on
klf of the 1977 CJA-IEF cam-
Chairmen of the event
were Julian Lewis and Mildred
Willensky.
Trafalgar I and II sponsored a
brunch to benefit the campaign.
At the same time they paid
tribute to Erwin Col ton and
Charles Wolfe for "dedicated and
humanitarian service to world
Jewry." Al Golden was the guest
speaker and cochairmen were
Sara Schecter and Adeline Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lutzker
and Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Prouse were honored at Plaza
Towers for their demonstration of
commitment to the Jewish com-
munity here and abroad. The
building sponsored a brunch in
their behalf and for the cam-
paign. Guest speaker was Israeli
Maj. Kami Kav. Chairmen were
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Greenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Taraza,
Mr. and Mrs. David Brecker and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Deutsch.
Residents of Sea Edge heard
Ruth Tekoah speak of the
ongoing critical needs of the
Israelis at their CJA-IEF brunch
on March 6. Building chairmen
were Herman Schulman, Mrs.
Moe Greenwald and Bert
Shapiro.
Beacon Towers met to view a
special film "There's a Place for
Us," starring Barry Newman, on
behalf of the 1977 CJA-IEF cam-
paign. Chairmen of the Beacon
Towers campaign are Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Samuel and Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Schutz.
Residents of Sea Air Towers
were fortunate to hear Cynthia
Zegar, a prisoner at Entebbe,
speak of her experiences on
behalf of the 1977 CJA-IEF cam-
paign. The film "There's a Place
for Us" was also viewed by the
guests who pledged support for
the Jewish State. Sea Air Towers
cochairmen are Herman Gilman
and Steve Greenfield.
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tian and Nathan Rakita, residents of
lerald Hills, were honored by the Corn-
led Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
yipaign of the Jewish Federation of South
pward for long years of dedicated and
wnitarian service to the world Jewish
imunity. Congratulating the Rakitas
(center) are (from left) Lewis E. Cohn, Feder-
ation president; Dr. Nathan Zur, an Israeli
physician who participated in the Entebbe
raid; and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rosenberg,
Emerald Hills campaign chairmen (See
related story, page 14.)
Labor Faces Uphill Struggle
\y YITZHAK SHARGIL
And GIL SEDAN
1RUSALEM (JTA)
Opposition factions
upon the paper-thin
)te margin by which
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin defeated Defense
Minister Shimon Peres for
the Labor Party nom-
ination Feb. 23 as a sign
that Labor is hopelessly
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divided and will enter the
May 17 elections in a
weakened condition.
Most Laborites, on the
other hand, insisted that
the party now stands
united behind Rabin and
will receive a new mandate
from the electorate at the
polls.
RABIN RECEIVED 1,446
votes, and Peres got 1,404 votes.
But some Peres supporters took a
dim view of the future. Former
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
said, "I am sorry about the out-
come, but I am sorrier about the
effect this decision will have on
the outcome of the general
elections." Former Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban, a strong Peres
supporter, said that "Rabin won
because a desire for change was
interpreted as a dismissal."
BUT LIKUD leader
Menachem Beigin declared that
"Mr. Rabin did not gain the real
confidence of his party." Likud
Continued on Page 11
Activities Moratorium Declared To
Clear Way for CJA-IEF Campaign
The Jewish Federation of South Broward has declared a
moratorium on all its activities other than those directly related
to the 1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund,
during the months of March and April, according to 1977 CJA-
IEF General Campaign Chairman Stanley Margulies, M.D.
"We at Federation have examined our priorities. To us,
Jewish survival is our primary concern," declared Dr.
Margulies. "We will utilize these weeks to concentrate on raising
funds to guarantee not only survival of the Jewish people
throughout the world, but also the quality of that survival."
Dr. Margulies said that Israel's survival is still threatened
by political isolation, economic boycott and a sorely strained
national budget because of her staggering. commitments to
national defense. "The lowered standard of living in Israel has
plunged many immigrant families below the poverty line," he
stressed, "and, taxes for a middle class Israeli family at this
moment are reaching 70 percent of its annual income."
"Similarly, there are Jews in South Broward living on a
fixed income. Inflation has reduced their ability to lead indepen-
dent, dignified lives. We must ensure these people, and Jews
everywhere who are in need, will have a decent standard of
living," he said.
Nazi's Scripts are Taboo
NEW YORK (JTA) Radio Liberty, the federally funded
radio station that broadcasts to the Soviet Union, will stop
buying scripts from an alleged Nazi war criminal, Sig Mickel-
son, president of Radio Liberty, said.
In a letter to Rep. Edward Koch (D., N.Y.), who last week
demanded that Congress investigate Radio Liberty for using
scripts supplied by a suspected Nazi war criminal, Mickelson
wrote that the station will stop buying any more scripts on
Latvian life from Vilas Hazners, 71, a prominent Latvian
emigre living in upstate New York, who is accused of complicity
in the killings of several hundred Jews in and around Riga,
Latvia during World War II.
The disclosure on the connection between Hazners and Radio
Liberty was made after a deportation hearing was held last
week in Albany by the Immigration and Naturalization Service.
CAIINOAR Of JfWItH MOtlOAVS
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One of the many designs on greeting cards available to send to
Jews still in the Soviet Union shows the interior of a syna-
gogue. Inside the card is a calendar of Jewish holidays printed
in Russian.
Passover Cards for Soviet Jews
The Soviet Jewry Committee of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward will once again have available Passover greeting
cards to be sent to Soviet Jews who have requested mail from
the West.
Gail Cohen, holiday cards chairman, said the greeting cards
are available at Federation headquarters in Hollywood in
packets of four.
"In addition to purchasing these cards at the Federation,
they will also be available at synagogue gift shops." she ex-
plained.
Mrs. Cohen noted that not only can one send holiday
greetings to specific families, but also a five-year Jewish
calendar and the Hebrew-Russian alphabet is printed on the
cards.
"Each card sent will let a Russian family know that we
aire," Mrs. Cohen said.
Anyone desiring further information on the Passover
greeting cards for Soviet Jews may contact the Federation or
stop in the office. .


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The Jewish Floridian and Shu far of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
Year-Long Vigil to Protest Soviets
InEW YORK (JTA) Six
\w York area Congressmen
iinched'a year-long program of
\\\y protests organized by the
eater New York Conference on
&viet Jewry.
Standing in front of "he offices
J Aeroflot, the Soviet national
lline, Frederick Richmond,
dore Weiss. Charles Rangel.
Benjamin Rosen thai and Joseph
Addabbo and Hamilton Fish
participated in the lighting of the
Ner Tamid (Eternal Flame),
symbolizing New Yorkers" un-
flagging commitment to the
cause of freeing Soviet Jews.
FOR THE next year, "six or
more demonstrators representing
a church, synagogue, school or
fewish Leaders Confer
IWith Mexico's Portfflo
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
group of 14 American Jewish
aders told Mexican President
pse Lopez Portillo that his
jmntry's recent votes in the
fnited Nations had "done much
> ease past strains.''
I This was the second time
opez Portillo had met with
presentatives of the American
ewish community in the U.S.
he first meeting was held last
eptember, when he visited
Washington as President-elect at
ie invitation of then-President
ord.
J Following the one-hour
leeting at Blair House, Elmer L.
finter, president of the
nerican Jewish Committee
lich had arranged the event,
bscribed the discussion as
nost cordial."
J David Blumberg, president of
|'nai B'rith, and Joel H. Levy, a
ember of the executive com-
littec of the AJCongress, in-
Irnud Ix)pez Portillo that the
lur program to Mexico operated
by their organizations had been
reinstated.
At the conclusion of the
conversation, Winter, speaking
on behalf of the group, expressed
the hope that the traditional
friendly relationship between the
United States and Mexico had
been reinforced.
Winter presented the Mexican
President with a two-volume set
of the book Jewish Art and
Civilization by Geoffrey
Wigoder.
Jewish leaders, in addition to
officals from the AJCommittee,
AJCongress and B'nai B'rith,
who met with Lopez Portillo and
other Mexican officials, included
Albert Chernin, executive vice
chairman, National Jewish Com-
munity Relations Advisory
Council; Theodore Comet, over-
seas director, Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds;
and Jacques Torczyner, chair-
man, World Jewish Congress -
American Section.
AJCongress Hails Arabs' Move
To Drop Negative Certificates
NEW YORK (JTA) A
k-eport that all Arab states except
Iraq have dropped requirements
lor so-called "negative certifi-
cates of origin" for goods im-
jorted from the United States
ras welcomed today by the
American Jewish Congress as
fan encouraging indication of
progress in the fight against the
\rab boycott."
Hut Naomi Levine, executive
Birector of the AJCongress, criti-
cized a warning by a Saudi
Arabian spokesman that the new
licy could be scrapped if there
vere stringent new American
^nti-boycott legislation.
The abandonment of the
hegative certificate of origin
kugurs well for quick passage of a
Jtrong and effective anti-boycott
w which, among other things,
vould prohibit the use of such
ertificates," Mrs. Levine said,
Jdding: "If the Arab states no
nger require negative cer-
pficates, why should they object
the law prohibits them?"
Arnold Forster, general
aunsel of the Anti-Defamation
rf'ague of B'nai B'rith, cautioned
dat the move by the Arab states
pay signify an effort on their
Ian to try to soften Con-
ressional opposition to the
oycott and to try to convince
longressmen to hold off on
foting in favor of anti.boycott
>gislation now pending in both
auses of Congress.
, The report of the dropping of
e requirement was published
the Journal of Commerce in
|ew York based on information
*t the U.S.-Arab Chamber of
ommerce, Inc. of New York was
rcularizing its members to that
Ject. A negative certificate of
figin is a document filed by
lerican suppliers at the rquest
of Arab customers attesting that
the goods are not of Israeli origin
and do not contain components
made in Israel.
The US-Arab Chamber of
Commerce, Inc. of New York,
disclosed last week that it was
informing freight forwarders,
shippers and other firms involved
in U.S.-Arab trade, as well as its
own members, that negative
certificates of origin were no
longer required. The move
follows agreement by ministers of
the 20-nation Arab League,
except for Iraq's representative,
the AJCongress reported.
community organization will
demonstrate each business day at
noon in front of the Aeroflot
offices to constantly remind the
Soviets we will not rest until all
Soviet Jews are free," proclaimed
Bronx Borough President Robert
Abrams. Conference chairman.
At each "Freedom Vigil,"
participants will hold signs
calling for free emigration and
freedom of religious and cultural
expression for Soviet Jews.
THEY WILL also distribute
materials, collect signatures on
petitions, and ask passersby to
correspond with Jewish activists.
Committee Post
Goes to Levitats
Dr. Meron Levitats, a
Hollywood physician, will head
the Jewish Fed-
eration of South
Broward's Chap-
laincy Commit-
tee, it was an-
nounced by Fed-
eration President
Lewis E. Cohn.
Succeeding Dr.
Norman Atkin,
who has be- Levitats
come chairman of Federation's
Allocations Committee, Dr.
Levitats will chair the committee
overseeing Federation's partici-
pation in religious observances at
area hospitals, nursing homes
and in private homes.
Chaplain Rabbi Harold Richter
regularly visits a number of hos:
pitals in South Broward, counsels
patients and leads them in or-
ganized observance of Jewish
religious holidays.
Dr. Levitats has been an active
participant in Federation affairs.
A former cochairman of the
Metropolitan Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, he
was also the recipient of the Hy
and Belle Schaefer Young
Leaders Award. He is also a
member of the Board of Directors
of the Federation and its Jewish
Education Committee.
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AJCongress to Resume
Mexican Travel Plans
The American Jewish Con-
gress has announced resumption
)f its members' travel program to
Mexico. Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg,
president of the AJCongress,
made the announcement
following a meeting of the or-
ganization's national executive
committee.
Rabbi Hertzberg led an
AJCongress mission to Mexico
last month that met with
President Jose Lopez Portillo;
former President Miguel Aleman,
who heads the Mexican National
Tourist Council; and leaders of
Mexico's Jewish community.
"ON THE BASIS of our con-
versations with Mexican govern-
ment officials and with repre-
sentatives of Mexican Jewry,"
Rabbi Hertzberg said, "we
believe it is appropriate to
resume our members' travel pro-
gram to Mexico.
"In our judgment, the ac-
cession to the presidency of Jose
Lopez Portillo marks the begin-
ning of a new era not only in
Mexico's relations with the
United States but also with the
Jews of this country and with the
people of Israel."
Rabbi Hertzberg quoted Presi-
dent Carter's statement in
welcoming President Lopez
Portillo in Washington pledging
"to tie our countries together in
an unprecedented and continual
demonstration of common
purpose, common hope, common
confidence and common frien-
dship."
The AJCongress leader also
noted President Lopez Portillo's
reply expressing confidence that
"we shall be able to overcome and
transcend and solve many of the
problems that it is natural should
exist between neighbors."
RABBI HERTZBERG com-
mented, "Our visit to Mexico and
our talks with representatives of
the Mexican government and
Jewish community leadership
have persuaded us that there is
an eagerness on the part of our
Mexican neighbors to strengthen
relations with the United States,
with Israel and with American
Jews and to adopt policies that'
will strengthen the cause of
freedom everywhere."
Rabbi Hertzberg said the
Congress would resume its group
tours to Mexico next October.
Some 25 departures for more
than 1,000 members are now
being scheduled.
AJCongress suspended its
members' travel program to
Mexico in November, 1975,
following Mexico's vote at the
United Nations in support of a
General Assembly resolution
equating Zionism with racism.
IN HIS statement, Rabbi
Hertzberg noted two recent
"positive actions" taken by
Mexico: the signing of a new
airline agreement inaugurating
regular flights between Israel and
Mexico and the decision by
Mexico to join the United States,
Britain, France and West
Germany in abstaining from a
UN resolution condemning
"collaboration by Israel with the
South African racist regime."
AJCongress is the major
provider in the Jewish group
travel field. This year it expects
to send some 15,000 members
abroad, chiefly to Israel.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Editorial
A Sacred Trust
The South Broward community is currently deeply in-
volved in its annual Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund effort. Toward this end. the decks have
been cleared of other fund-raising activity
The purpose is obvious. What is more important than
the survival of Israel? What is more important than the
best nizations here and abroad committed
to the survival of Jews not only in Israel, but throughout
the world1
But commitment means more than asking questions It
means fT.Mng And that is what theCJ A-IEF campaign is
all ah-
You must ask yourself the simple question: Have you
;.' If the answer yes. then there is another
question Have you given enough'' There is always time to
de.
11 the -no. then our plea to the community is to
There can be no delaying.
lunuu >oth editorial and news, week after week
It is not our purpose to repeat the
W v only intend to remind you of your role in
the fuSfillment of a sacred trust.
The Smell of Ashes
There was no German policy of Jewish ex-
termination and millions of European Jew- were not
deliberately slain in concentration can
Arthur R. Butz authored these words He should be
I t-r ashamed of them His credentials he is associate
professor of electrical engineering at Northwestern
l"m\ersity His scholarship he states that he has
'presented the facts based on painstaking research "
The stomach churns the mind reels Prof Butz.
according to university officials, has tenure and is
privileged to publish what he pleases. So be it. In a free
society, literary garbage enjoys the same protection as
pearls of wisdom: historical distortion exists alongside
genuine scholarship
There are those who want Prof Butz to be right, who
search everywhere for justification of the sick anti-
S mitism they harbor. They turn I :' the
Eldt- and now they have another refer; not
Butz s The Fabrication of a Hoax
The truth can be found in families devastated by the
Hol. .- in memories too painful to in-ar. in pro\en
nat untold g
without erasing their horror. The Ik- in un-
ma-: s here mas* burials filled a world gone mad
with the But -ditto the pr ^f the educator
Mr. Rabin's Return
We welcomed the appearance here of Israel Prime
Minister Yitzhak R Wajdnesdaj Mar
address the 177 Inter itionaJ li
Dinner.
Miami w.,< the first city to welcome Rabin when he
Israel's Ambassador to the United States in
January 1966
Miami was the last city to bid him farewell upo:
return to Israel to take up even higher governmental
duties
Now. the Prune Minister returned, this time just a
week to the day that he emerged as victor in the Labor
Party s nomination of his candidacy to succeed himself in
the May elections.
In this capacity, the Prime Minister had particularly
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EVAXSTON. IU. (JTAI -
A spokesman for Xorthwestem
University has said that "no
action is contemplated at this
point." against Arthur R. Butz. a
professor at the university who is
the author of a book asserting
that the Xazi slaughter of Jews is
a hoax and a Zionist myth.
Asked if action against Butz
will be taken in the future, the
spokesman. Jack O'dowd. said
that no such move is likely unless
But-z violated the rules of the
American Association of Uni-
ty Professors under which
the university operates.
O'DOWD SAID the book. The
Fabncatton of a Hoax, did not
constitute a violation of these
rules
O'dowd noted, however, that a
statement condemning the book
had been issued by Provost Ray-
mond W Mack on behalf of the
university The statement said it
agreed with the students and
faculty members who feel that a
distortion of well-documented
historical facts constituted a
contemptible insult to the'dead
and t he bereaved
I available to any
citizen of the United States under
the First Amendment.' Mack
stated, to have his writing pub-
lished, but. he said "it is a shame
when that right is used to insult
survivors of concentration
Butz. an associate professor of
electrical engineering, published
his book last May in Great
Britain. The book is not on sale in
the United Stat-
THE UPROAR concerning the
Prof's. Book on Holocaust
Draws Campus Protest
book started wnen the uni-
versity s student newspaper
reported on the book after learing
about it from an article in the
Jerusalem Aw
Butz claimed in his book that
Zionist leaders invented the
Holocaust to obtain support for a
Jewish homeland in Palestine.
Butz also contended in his book
that there was no German policy
of Jewish extermination and that
millions of Jews were not
deliberately slain in Xazi con-
centration camps.
Following publication of the
report in the student paper, the
Dailx Northwestern, petitions
denouncing the book and it<-
author were signed by many-
faculty members and students.
The petitions warned that the
book added academic legitimacy
to anti-Semitic propaganda."
MEANWHILE, Bernard
Backer, president of the Work-
men's Circle, urged HEW Secre-
iseph Califano and Defense
an. Harold Brown to in-
ate whether any federal
funds channeled to Northwestern
University for research purposes
utilized by Butz.
If any federal funds were used
by Butz while writing or re-
searching his scurillous manu-
Bcript, it would be a violation of
the Civil Rights Law of 1964
which clearly forbids the use of
federal funds to hold up any
minority to ridicule OT
deprecation." Backer .-aid. "|
would also be a violation of Uw
for federal funds to be used to
fashion apologia for Nazi op-
pression and tyranny
As another response, a day-1
long teach-in on the Holocaust'
will be organized by the Bnaj
B'rith Hillel Foundation of the
university in cooperation with
the Public Affairs Committee of
the Jewish United Fund of
Metropolitan Chicago (P AC).
ANOTHER ACTION
ap-
proved by PAC called for tw0
delegations to meet with theuni-
varsity administration. One dele-
gation will consist of PAC and>|
community representative-: the
second will include university
faculty and staff.
Raymond Epstein, the newly
named chairman of PAC which a
the coordinating body for
Chicago's 35 major Jewish or-
ganizations in the areas of public
affair- international and com-
munity relations, and Kabbi
Seymour Cohen, of PACl
dome-tic affairs committee, an-
nounced the details of the -cope
of response to Butz's book.
They also reported that Rolf
Horn. West German consul
general in Chicago, said the book
"is an insult to the Jewi-t. com
munities of all nations land) also
to the people of the Federal
Republic of Germany.
Just What is Breira Really?
>.t Out TawR Up**
Friday. March 11. 19?7
Vokimp 7_________
21 ADAF.
Number 5
A GEORGIA congressman is
relating Castroite threats against
American citi/er.- to threats
against Jews if the State of Israel
institutes the death penalty for
terrorists who have taken human
life
Rep. Larry McDonald has
identified the Castroites as the
Sea World Liberation Front
based in California which, he
alleges, is behind a a h
terrorist acts in the
S in retaliation against
who oppose friendly ties to Cuba.
IX THE vie- of McDonald.
NWLF --.--
others, remnants of the Sym-
bionese Liberation Army, the
outfit with which Patricia Hearst
was centrally identified.
Now, according to a statement
in the Feb. 17 Congre<-~
Record. McDonald believes that
the NWLF has linked up with the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization in its struggle against
Israel and "has adopted the old
Xazi technique of using Jews and
Zionists as synonoroous in a
new phase of international
terrorism.
McDonald's latest statement is
in support of Rep. John Ash-
brook's anti-terrorism bill which.
McDonald charges, "has been
bottled up in the House Judiciary'
Committee for the past two
years."
AS McDONALD sees it. We
need the reestablishment of the
House Committee on Internal
Security to investigate and
develop anti-terrorist
legislation."
If the virulence of recent Hsu
W orid Liberation Front agitation
against American Jews is an in-
dicator of things to come. Rep
McDonald is absolutely right.
The Congressional Record
features a statement by the
NWLF which is self-explanatory:
IF Yitzhaki Rabin imposes the
death penalty upon Palestinian
fremiom fighters, this will be met
with swift revolutionary justice.
We will retaliate against Zionist
mi........iiiiiiiiiiiic
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Mindlin
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freedom fighter- with -wift
** the Jewish-
American ruling dl
'These Zionist ruling class
*ill not butcher poor people
fighting for a just life without
suffering drastic repercussions
The Jewish-American ruling
class cannot protect themselves
well enough for a sufficient
amount of time They should
consider this carefully.
"We will show the Jewish-
American ruling class how ex-
tremely vulnerable they are. here
in the belly of the beast. Their
lives will be in grave jeopardy if
mad-dog Rabin imposes this
massacre on the Palestinian
people.
"We call on all comrades to
move directly against all Jewish-
American ruling class blood-
suckers if Rabin moves to mas-
sacre freedom fighters. These
ruling class dogs are influential
both here and in Israel and are
extremely vulnerable."
THE GEORGIA Congress
man s plea for federal anti
terrorist legislation apart, he
makes a telling point which em
pnasizes the lunacv of terrorist
retaliatory fanaticism, and that is
that many Jews are not
Zionists, and many Zionists are
not Jews
The chilling reality here is that
terrorist organizations such as
the NWLF make no such subtle
distinct ion-
If there is a lesson to be learned
from Rep. McDonalds warning.
these distinctions among our-
-elves, too. and that our own
failure to do so can be iust as
|x>ieniially disastrous to i
the NWI.F's refusal to define
who they believe are Jew- whn
/."!.-"- and who are both.
IN ANOTHER ( tiond
report, McDonald makes
rence to the presumably dov'1
i-h Hr, ,ra as an outfit which
pretends tobea Zionist organist
lion but which in fact isa -upport
group for the Soviet su| : >rtl
PLO." This is a breath! ^king
charge if he can substant late it.
We have come, in recent week*,
to know of the internetioi al nf
that the Jewish Defen- 1 eagSJ
has declared on Breira tor its
-i --mingly super-compliant
willingness to come to a rapid ac-
commodation over the occupied
territories in fact so -uper-
compliant that it ma) well
jeopardize a more realistic ac-
commodation.
The process is an eroding one.
It plays on the apparently
respectable sectors of politic**!
public opinion, including Jewish
pressures, to accept peace at any
price and what some in sober
moments might consider more
sell-out than an accommodation.
WE HAVE seen elements of
this war here in South Florida,
with the appearance at the Uni-
versity of Miami of Gen. Matti
PeJed. who is by now an
acknowledged instrument of tht(
Washington-based Institute for
Policy Studies (IPS and the
American Friends Service Com-
mittee, a favorite IPS watering
place, where Peled spoke earlier
this month in behalf of some
nerve shattering of his own
The point here is that neither
the American Friends Service
Committee nor the Institute for
Policy Studies ever speaks nearly
so well of Israel as it does of PL
propagandists principles.
The point also is that IVIed s appearance at American
Friend- Service Committee and >|
Breira forums is increasingly cal-
culated to encourage contempt.


Friday. March 11,1977
The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
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Vance Rejects U.S. Plan for Mideast Peace Israelis Beat Red Team
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
I Secretary of State Cyrus R.
Vance rejected suggestions in the
I Senate that the United States set
forth its own plan for an Arab-
J Israeli settlement. He said that
(such action is "too early" and
that a previous attempt was
"counter-productive."
The Secretary also said that he
[believes Israeli Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin, in view of his
victory over Defense Minister
Shimon Peres, and the letter's
call for amity within the Israeli
Labor Party, will be able to
"negotiate for his country" in the
coming discussions for a set-
| tlement.
Vance made his statement in
[response to a question from
[members of the Senate Ap-
propriations Subcommittee on
[Foreign Aid after he had sub-
Imitted a statement justifying his
I" new directions" assistance prc-
Igram for the fiscal year beginning
lOct. 1.
HE DID not give figures for
I any country, but chairman
(Daniel Inouye (D., Hawaii) said
I the aid program totaled $7.5
I billion and that an additional $2
[billion during the course of the
[year would bring the amount
close to $10 billion. U.S.
[assistance to international
development banks has more
[than doubled. Israel is known to
be ticketed for $1,785 billion. Of
this. $1 billion is for military
I assistance.
When Inouye asked whether
more funds would be ap-
propriated during the year for
Israel, Vance sharply replied he
thought the sum budgeted is
"adequte" and no more would be
forthcoming unless the President
proposed it.
Vance outlined the foreign aid
budget by groupings and noted
I Aaron Levy, a fifth-generation
\Sabra on leave from his post
L% chief f tne Manpower
fDivision and Administrative
Services at the Technion, has
been named acting director of
Uhe Israel Aliyah Center of
North America. Levy, who
\has served for a year and a
half as assistant director,
moved up to fill the vacancy
1 'eft by the return to Israel of
Yehiel Leket. Leket is now a
member of the Knesset.
in bilateral programming that no
funds are asked by the Carter
Administration for this coming
year on the Israel-U.S. Binational
Industrial Research and De-
velopment Fund. The sum of $30
million was budgeted by the Ford
Administration for the current
fiscal year.
VANCE'S remark about Rabin
came after Sen. Bennett John-
ston (D., La.) noted Rabins
hairline victory over Peres for the
Labor Party's nomination and
asked whether that will "hurt
Rabin's ability to negotiate for
his own people." Vance replied
that it "probably is not for me to
speculate but I would point out
that Peres immediately after the
election gave a speech in which he
called for amity."
Vance added that "it looks like
the party will draw together and
go into the election as a unified
party. It will be wrong to assume
Rabin won't be able to negotiate
for his country. I believe he
could."
Johnston pressed for a U.S.
plan this year and referred to the
ill-fated Rogers Plan proposed by
the former Secretary of State
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1969, "or some other U.S. plan to
try to bring the parties together
to make peace in 1977."
VANCE replied "It would be a
mistake at this point to come up
with a U.S. plan and say this is it
and you have to take it."
He agreed with Johnston that
the step-by-step policy is not to
be followed and that an overall
peace settlement should be
sought. But he emphasized that
he opposed "at this early date to
lay out a plan." Under John-
ston's questioning, Vance also
said that it would "be a mistake
to force the process at this early
stage."
Vance said that Israel's
position with respect to the
administered territories is that
"this is a subject for discussion in
negotiations between Israel and
her Arab neighbors" and Israel
"underscores" that withdrawal
was to be "to defensible and
secure boundaries."
HE pointed out that Israel has
not specified "precisely" about
the boundaries. Asked whether
the Arabs accept Israel's
sovereignty, Vance said, "I
believe that is the case which is
encompassed in a definition of
peace."
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel went wild after the Tel Aviv
Maccabi basketball team's surprise 91-79 victory over the
Soviet Union's champion Moscow team.
As soon as the game ended, shortly before midnight,
the streets erupted with people cheering and dancing and the
sound of automobile horns. The victory assures Israel of a spot
in the European Cup finals.
PRIME MINISTER Yitzhak Rabin led a list of ministers,
Knesset members and others who cabled congratulations to the
team. M Ks Yosef Sarid of Labor and Ehud Ulmer of Likud said
the Israeli sports award should go to American-l>om Tal
Brodle, who is the captain of the Israeli team.
The Soviet radio broadcast the results of the game but its
listeners were told that the Russian team had lost to the
Italians.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 11,1977
Hallandale Mayor Milton L. Weinkle (left) presents keys to the
city to Otto Stieber, president of the Hollywood-Hallandale
Chapter American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Mayor Weinkle Proclaims
American Friends Day
The Hollywood-Hallandale
Chapter of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University
assumed new importance when
Milton L. Weinkle, Mayor of the
City of Hallandale, proclaimed
"American Friends Day*' at their
annual associates' dinner, Feb.
28, at the Diplomat Country
Club.
Mayor Weinkle, in presenting
the keys to the city to Otto
Stieber, president of the Holly-
wood Hallandale Chapter, and
chairman of the event, pointed
out that South Broward com-
munity residents have demon-
strated support and encourage-
ment by recognizing the role that
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem plays in educating today's
youth.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Friedkin of'
Hallandale received the Hebrew
University 1977 Torch of
Learning Award for their
devotion and dedication to
Jewish causes. Mr. and Mrs.
Morse Epstein. Beryl Kaufman,
and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sherman
were honored as founders of the
University.
Hollywood Hadassah Plans Luncheon
The Hollywood Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its thirtieth
annual Donor Luncheon on
Wednesday, March 30 at the
Diplomat Hotel, Hollywood, at
noon.
The chapter chairman of the
day will be Lillian Packer. The
Presidium consists of Frances
Vizenthal and Helen Kamer.
Ethel K. Schwartz, program
vice president, has arranged a
program with the Habimah
Players who will present a
musical entitled "Survival 77,"
written by Bunny Goldstein,
produced and directed by Telsa
Rosenfield, with choreography by
Sary Behr.
Members of the group are Sary
Behr, Evelyn Blumenthal, Sylvia
Berman, Bunny Goldstein, Telsa
Rosenfield, Elaine Ruda and
Deeva Solove, pianist.
The speaker of the day,
Marilyn LeVine, Florida
Regional president, will
distribute the awards.
Tickets may be obtained
through the Group Presidents or
the Donor Chairmen. These
Chairmen are: Beach, Sadye
Bagdan; Golda Meir, Bertha
Hertz; Hallmark, Clara Shapiro
and Jennie Prusansky; H'Atid,
Susan Kirshenbaum; Henrietta
Szold. Lillian Packer; Hillcrest,
Augusta Wolk; Mt. Scopus,
Frances Briefer; Sabra, Melvia
Toll; Shalom. Sophie Singer and
Tel Chai. Celle Porter.
Louis Berkowitz Cited By
Yeshiva's Florida Friends
On Tuesday, March 22, Florida
Friends of Yeshiva University
will hold its twenty-second
annual Heritage Award dinner at
Friedland Hall of Temple Emanu-
El on Miami Beach.
Ixiuis Berkowitz, a Master
Builder of Yeshiva University,
will be presented with the
Heritage Award, the highest
accolade for voluntary leadership
to be bestowed by one of
America's oldest and largest
centers of higher learning
founded under Jewish auspices.
Berkovvitz' commitments cover
a wide variety of communal
causes in Florida. New York and
the State of Israel.
Dr. Norman Lamm, the newly
elected president of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, will be the guest speaker
Serving as chairman of the dinnei
is Peter Goldring, and Honorary
Chairman Joseph M. Drexler,
fellow of the Benjamin N. Car-
dozo School of Law of Yeshiva
University.
Cochairmen of the dinner are
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, Judge
Steven D. Robinson and Com-
missioner Barry D. Schreiber.
Anting the Associate Chairmen
LOUIS BERKOWITZ
C. Josefsberg, Herbert S.
Shapiro, Joseph L. Sharpe and
Leonard Zilbert.
Yeshiva University numbers
five undergraduate and nine
graduate schools among which
are the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine, the newly established
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Friday. March 11,1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
ask aee
ByABehalpepn
Addenda: "What is the
meaning of the word 'geniza'?"
(ASK ABE, Jewish Floridian and
Shofar, Feb. 11,1977, p.10).
Following the publication of
the above column, I received a
letter from Miriam (Mrs. Henry)
Eisenberg of Hollywood.
I am very pleased to receive
comments, communications and
additional information. I am
especially pleased to share the
following letter because it
contains some additional in-
formation about the Cairo Geniza
and Dr. Solomon Schechter.
Dear Abe: Feb. 15.1977
I read, with great interest,
your "Ask Abe" column in the
Feb. 11 issue of the Floridian per-
taining to the meaning of Geniza.
This recalled to my mind the
research that I had done some
years ago on this fascinating
subject, when I did a review of
the book titled Solomon
Schechter. The following is an
excerpt:
Solomon Schechter explained
the word Geniza derived from
the Hebrew word ganaz to
hide or bury. It signified a
cemetery of books and docu-
ments, corresponding in days of
antiquity with what is now called
the "archives."
Geniza, as a definite repos-
itory, dates back from the middle
ages, when it became the practice
to relegate manuscripts and old
books to the lofts of the syna-
gogue. The Geniza loft of the
synagogue in Cairo, Aleppo and
other places was known to
medieval Jewish travelers.
The synagogue in Cairo was
ascribed to the prophet Ezra.
Benjamin of Tudela, the Spanish
Jewish traveler and chronicler of
the 12th century, described it as
very ancient. It was situated
within the walled precinct of
Babylon, the fortress ascribed to
the Babylonian warriors of
Cambyses, the Persian con-
querors dating back to 600
B.C.E.
Babylon, renamed Fostat, was
part of the city in which
Maimonides lived 800 years ago.
Cairo was the center of a brilliant
and varied culture and the Jews
emulated the Arabs in the
pursuit of religious and secular
knowledge. Their archives
contained unbeknown all manner
of writings, lay and divine in
Hebrew, Arabic, and other
tongues.
In an article published in the
New York Times, Dr. Schechter
described vividly the state of the
Geniza; it is a battlefield of books
and literary productions of many
centuries. The Geniza is a world,
with all its religious and secular
aspirations, longings and dis-
appointments. Collections from
the Geniza are to be found not
only in the American and English
universities and private libraries,
but also in the University of
Strasbourg, the Jewish Con-
sistoire of Paris, the Municipal
Library of Frankfort. "Like the
children of Israel, they are scat-
tered among the nations."
To the Geniza there has been
Theater Guild's
Play Opening Set
Eugenia Gin gold announces
that the comedy "The Fifth
Season," by Sylvia Regan, is
presently in rehearsal and will be
Theater Arts Guild's next
production.
Scheduled to open Friday
evening, March 18 at 8:30 p.m.,
the comedy stars Abe West as
Pinkie and Amy Stewart as
Lorraine.
Performances will be on Friday
and Saturday evenings through
March and April. The show is
also scheduled for condominium
LEOMIATDLIN
Just What is Breira Really?
applied the verse in the Psalms
"The stone which the builders
have rejected has become the
chief cornerstone" (ch.H8,v.22).
Dr. Solomon Schechter laid
that cornerstone and built on it
some of the structure which
towers up like a lighthouse, over-
looking the expanse of post-
biblical Jewish thought in its
Eastern environment, and
throwing its beams on that
environment.
Your column was quite de-
scriptive and scholarly. The
above deals more with the role
that Schechter played in the
discovery, but hardly does justice
to the full story.
With thanks for your interest.
Sincerely,
Miriam
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Continued from Page 4
for what Breira particularly has
come to call the "American
Jewish Establishment." All that
is missing are the NWLF's
favorite words, "pig" and "mad
dog."
IN THE end, neither Peled nor
Breira can any longer be seen as
an internal Israeli sectarian
struggle involving an honest
difference of opinion over the
spirit of compromise.
More likely, they appear to be
precisely what Georgia's Rep.
McDonald brands them both as
being: "a 'Jewish operation' co-
ordinated in the United States
through Breira designed to split
away traditional support for
Israel: and an 'Arab operation' of
U.S. revolutionary Marxists long
in direct contact with the PLO
terrorists such as the Middle
East Research and Information
Project (MERIP), The Palestine
Solidarity Committee (PSC) and
other groups."
These parallel terrorist support
campaigns, as McDonald sees
.them, "come together in the
Institute for Policy Studies .
which in its many projects and
scenarios for revolutionary
change has never excluded the
role of violence and which has
members of terrorist organiza-
tions on its domestic and foreign
staffs."
PRINCIPAL among these
groups and leaders is Gen. Peled
who, McDonald opines, "has
been meeting with the PLO
terrorists and urging support for
PLO demands."
As Jews, it is increasingly
clear, we must begin making dis-
tinctions among our fellow Jews,
be they former Israeli generals or
not, particularly when the New
World Liberation Front and
other terrorist organizations
refuse to do so. It may be hard for
us to come to grips with the
notion that some Jews would care
to do Israel or other Jews harm.
McDonald's evidence seems
fairly substantial in these
matters, and if he is right, the
fat's long in the fire, and the
burnings are about to begin.
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< Hussein Received Israeli Arabs Surma Ulpan Class Schedule Released
ICDIICMI'M I1TAI Uo finl Anim r.f tumuli irok. oiior 3* MF *^
JERUSALEM (JTA) The first group of Israeli Arabs ever
admitted into Jordan was received by King Hussein in Amman and
expressed condolences over the death of Queen Alia in a helicopter
crash last month.
The group consists of 28 Moslems and three Christian Arabs from
Haifa and Acre, headed by Kadi (religious court judge) Mohammed
Hubeishi.
Many of them are prominent in the civil and religious life of
Israel's Arab community. They visited the Royal Palace with other
condolence missions from the West Bank. Until now, Jordan has
refused entry to Arabs who are citizens of Israel though West Bank
and Gaza Strip Arabs are freely admitted.
JORDANIAN television reported on their meeting with the King
last night and quoted Hussein as expressing his pride at the "strong
standing of the Arabs of Israel." The announcer did not mention the
fact that the visitors were from Israel but identified them as a
delegation from "Haifa and Acre." He did not quote their remarks to
the King.
The mission was initiated and arranged by Suhel Shukri, son of a
former Mayor of Haifa. But until the last moment it was uncertain
whether the Jordanian authorities would permit them to cross the
Allenby Bridge. When permission was finally granted last Friday
emotions ran high and the group was accompanied to the bridge by a
throng of relatives and friends.
Jordanian officials greeted them "In the name of the King and the
people." Hubeishi told reporters at the bridge that he hoped the visit
portended a significant change in relations with Jordan that would
lead to future contacts. Israeli observers also expressed hope that the
liberalized policy in Amman would soon allow Israeli Arabs to make
the religious pilgrimage to Mecca via the Jordan River bridges.
In the Feb. 25 issue of THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN this photo
was incorrectly identified. Residents of Galahad West joined
with other members of the community in supporting the 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
From left are: George Schneider, Leo Klauber and Sidney
Holtzman.
More tourists are visiting
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the classes of the spring semester
of the Community Hebrew Ulpan
Program conducted by the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education throughout Dade and
Broward County beginning the
week of March 7.
The Ulpan, under the joint
sponsorship of the American
Zionist Federation, the Israel
Aliyah Center, and the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
will be conducted for eight weeks
in locations in South Dade,
Miami Beach, North Dade and
Hollywood.
The Ulpan includes such
aspects as facility in speaking
and understanding Hebrew, com-
prehension of modern Israeli
stories and literature and an
emphasis on the cultural life of
Israel.
Classes are conducted for
beginning, intermediate and
advanced students, with special
emphasis given to those who
wish to learn Hebrew in
preparation for a visit to Israel.
The Ulpan Hebrew centers are
part of a national program
organized by the Department of
Education of Culture of the
World Zionist Organization
under the direction of Dr.
Abraham Gannes.
For the first year the Ulpan
Program will conduct classes in
Hollywood at Temple Sinai on
Tuesday and Thursday from 10
a.m. until noon, and at Temple
Beth Shalom on Tuesday and
Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
In the North Dade area, classes
will be held at Temple Sinai of
North Dade, Monday and
Wednesday from 9:30 to 11:30
a.m., and Tuesday and Thursday
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Additional information about
the classes and the tour is
available at the office of the
Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation. The Central Agency is a
beneficiary agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
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Paged
Cantonal Concert
A concert of Jewish music a
cantorial concert will be held
for the benefit of the United
Synagogue Yoxh Scholarship
Fund and the Cantors' Assembly
Scholarship Fund on Saturday
night, March 26, at Temple Beth
Moshe of North Miami, under the
sponsorship of the Southeast
Region, United Synagogue of
America and the Cantors
Assembly of the Southeast
Region.
Cochairmen of the event are
- Morton Grebelsky, treasurer of
the Southeast Region and Cantor
Zvi Adler of Temple Emanu-El.
The scholarship fund will send
USY teenagers to Israel on the
Israel Pilgrimage, to USY on
Wheels, Camp R&mah and other
programs. Another portion of the
fund will give financial support to
the Cantors Institute, its
publications and assistance to
future students of Hazzanut.
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
To Raise Funds
executive director, United Syna-
gogue, Southeast Region, in-
dicates that cantors serving
United Synagogue congregations
and synagogue lay leaders are on
the committee. The program will
be under the leadership of Cantor
Saul Breeh, president of the
Cantors' Assembly, Southeast
Region and will be accompanied
by Shmuel Fershko, composer
and community music leader. An
ensemble of cantors will present a
musical program that evening,
which will be conducted by
Cantor David Conviser.
Participating cantors are Zvi
Adler, Emanu-El; Saul H. Breeh,
Beth Raphael; Eleazer Bernstein,
Emanu-El; Nico Feldman,
Menorah; David Leon, Cantors
Assembly; Jack Lerner, B'nai
Raphael; William Lipson, Beth
David; Maurice Neu, Beth Israel,
Fort Lauderdale; Nathanial
Schub; and Abraham Seif,
Kneseth Israel.
Sinai Slates Activities for March
On Monday, March 14, at 6
p.m. the Sisterhood of Temple
Sinai of Hollywood will hold its
annual Scholarship Supper for
the benefit of Temple Youth.
Mrs. Fred Klein is chairperson
of the supper.
The Youth and Education
Committee of Temple Sinai will
sponsor a Chuck Wagon Square
Dance and buffet dinner on
Saturday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m.
* in the Haber Karp Hall.
Ted Anderson will be square
dance caller. Mrs. Bret Lusskin
and Stephen Platt are cochair-
men of the dance. Tickets are
available at the Temple office.
On Monday, March 21, Dr.
Seymour Liebman will deliver a
book review on Pressure Without
Sanctions by Dr. Charles S.
Liebman, at 8 p.m. in the Haber
Karp Hall.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 11,1977
Local Waters Figure in Rough Seas of Voyage'
ByBRUCEENGLEMAN
Special to The Jewish Floridian
For centuries, oceans were impenetrable barriers to inter-
national communications, isolating peoples and confirming
their perspectives of the universe to their own provincial life
styles. Later, sailors braved the seas in ships constructed more
of optimism than substance, unsuccessfully fighting waves
which laughingly lapped them into the depths of obscurity.
But even with the advancements of technology, with
improvements meaning easy transversion of the seas, the
mystery of the deep has found an inexorable hold on their
imaginations.
aV
Max Von Sydow portrays "SS
St. Louis" Capt. Gustav
Schroeder in the epic film
depicting one of the numerous
Nazi atrocities against Jews
during the 1930s.
A Review...
Voyage
Draws
Spotlight
. Special to Jewish Floridian
I An important "Voyage of
the Damned" is playing at the
Hollywood Cinema on Young
Circle and has rekindled
memories of one of the most
sorrowful accounts of human
degradation in history.
"Voyage" concerns itself
. with the plight of more than
900 German Jews who were
allowed to leave their
j! homeland in 1939, bound for
I Havana. Used as a tool for
jj Nazi propaganda, the Jews
| were left afloat on the SS St.
Louis in Havana Harbor,
denied landing rights.
< The tales of the immigrants
J are given soap opera treat-
ment in this Robert Fryer pro-
duction, but this treatment
detracts minimally from an
absorbing and well-acted film.
Starring Faye Dunaway,
Oskar Werner, Orson Welles, a
superb Max Von Sydow and
equally fascinating Lee Grant,
"Voyage" is a length (it runs
more than 2 hours and 30
minutes) movie which seldom
loses its tenacious grasp of the
audience.
The end of the film carries
the mood of dark optimism
further when, after learning
that they have been accepted
by some European countries,
the immigrants rejoice. The
audience is only reminded
that, according to a postscript,
nearly two-thirds of the SS St. i
Louis survivors perished'
during the ensuing atrocities
of the Holocaust.
AND IN 1939, 937 im-
| migrants escaping the Nazi
terrorism of Germany for the
supposed sanctity of Havana,
' discovered the frightening
side of that grip. For the
immigrants were pawns in a
propaganda maneuver by
Goebbels. Sailing from
Hamburg harbor, the Jewish
refugees, arriving in Havana
harbor, soon discovered they
were trapped aboard the ship
the SS St. Louis they
were denied landing rights.
Based on the book. Voyage
of the Damned, a Sir Lew
Grade film, depicts the
struggles those refugees
underwent when no one
wanted them.
"Voyage of the Damned"
brings to the screen the tragic,
true-life story of the German
Jewish refugees who were per-
mitted by the Nazis to leave
their native Germany aboard
the luxury liner SS St. Louis
on May 13. 1939. believing
that they had bought asylum
in Cuba from the persecution
at the hands of the Nazi mas-
ters of Germany. Although
each passenger had been
guaranteed a return fare in the
event Cuba would not accept
him, this was regarded as a
mere formality. They all held
official landing certificates
signed by Manuel Benitez. the
Cuban government's director
of immigration.
FOR THESE violated and
dispossessed refugees, Cuba
was to be a haven from the
concentration camps and
ghettos of Germany, an
escape from the brown-shirted
mobs, the ever-tightening vise
of the Third Reich, the six-
month-old but still dreaded
memory of Kristallnacht,
when the brown shirts ran
amok against Jews and
Jewish property.
Unknown to the non-Nazi
captain of the St. Louis or to
the passengers themselves,
the legality of their precious
documents was in question
even before the ship left
Hamburg. Eight days
previously, Cuban President
Bru had signed Decree No.
937 invalidating their landing
permits. As the power
struggle between Bru and the
corrupt Benitez developed in
Cuba, German Propaganda
Minister Goebbels prepared a
propaganda campaign to
prove to the world that
Germany was not alone in
rejecting the passengers of the
St. Louis. And the German
Counter-intelligence Service
prepared to use the inter-
national outcry that would
undoubtedly follow as cover
for their interest in the voyage
of the St. Louis: the trans-
mission to Germany of
military secrets smuggled to
Cuba from the United States.
Capt. Gustav Schroeder
protested in vain against the
Cuban government's decision
that his passengers would not
be allowed to leave the ship
when the Hamburg Amerika
Line vessel finally docked at
THE URGENCY OF SURVIVAL IS
APPARENT for those who were trapped in
the "Voyage of the Damned." In the film,
now at the Hollywood Cinema on Young
Despite persuasion and out-
right bribery, Jewish Agency
officials were similarly un-
successful, and finally the St.
Louis was obliged to leave
Havana on June 2. Schroeder
set course for Miami and
hovered uncertainly between
the American coast and Cuba
for the next few days,
steaming along the
Miami Havana route vainly
hoping that President Roose-
velt would give permission for
the passengers to land in the
United States.
WHILE THE major powers
debated their fate, the pas-
sengers aboard the St. Louis
became more and more des-
perate. Many attempted
suicide and others determined
to overpower the crew and risk
a charge of piracy on the high
seas rather than return to the
death that undoubtedly
awaited them in Nazi Ger-
many. Finally, with his fuel
beginning to run out,
Schroeder was reluctantly
Circle. Denise Kreisler, played by Faye
Dunaway, comforts a distraught Lillian
Rosen, portrayed by Lee Grant, as the "SS
St. Louis" looms in the background.
The passenger committee (front): Josef Joseph, Leisl's father
and the chairman; (behind, from left) Dr. Max Weiss, Herbert
Manasse, Dr. Arthur Hausdorff and Dr. Max Zellner.
obliged to obey orders and
head back towards Germany.
As the ship neared France,
negotiations between the
Jewish Agency and the
governments of Britain,
France, Belgium and Holland
came to a tension-filled con-
elusion when each of the four
powers agreed to accept a
share of the St. Louis' pas-
sengers. On June 17, 1939. the
ship docked at Antwerp, and
for the survivors of this
voyage another was about to
begin.
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y, March 11.1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
Labor Faces Uphill Struggle
Hillcrest For CJA-BEF
Continued from Page 1
Ipaign chairman Eze\
iman indicated that Rabin
be Likud's prime target in
election race.
The Labor Party has elected a
iidate for the Premiership
i reflects its own image: color-
and without imagination,"
zman said.
jrmer Interior Minister Yosef
of the National Religious
said that Rabin's narrow
/m indicated a difficult
for the Labor Party. He
essed doubt that the party
unite around Rabin. Prof,
ll Yadin, leader of the New
locratic Movement for
fige, said Rabin's precarious
Dry "reflects a deep crisis
lin the Labor Party that will
i upon election day."
IlIT NAFAL1 Feder, political
retary of Mapam. expressed
Bfaction with the outcome
which, he said, makes it possible
to preserve the Labor Alignment.
"I believe Rabin will lead the
Alignment to victory in the elec-
tions, and he will form the next
Cabinet," Feder said. A
spokesman for Gen. Ariel
Sharon's new Shlomzion move-
ment said the Labor convention
"proved to the people in Israel
that this is the same party, the
same alignment which continues
the same policies, the same
system and the same in-
competence."
A spokesman for the leftist
Moked faction said "Rabin's
election was prefereable to Peres,
but the narrow margin means
that Rabin (Foreign Minister
Yigal) Allon will continue to
make policy according to Rafi
(Peres' faction) concepts which
does the work for Likud."
War Criminal
Faces Deportation
VI.MANY, N.Y. (JTA) -
lis A. Hazners. 71, a nationally-
bminent Latvian emigre,
hied in a U.S. Immigration and
klurali/.ation Service (INS)
Lrt here that he committed war
Imes while an officer in the
kzi-backed Latvian SS Legion
(ring World War II.
la/.ners. who is facing
bortatkm proceedings, has
pn accused of responsibility for
deaths of an estimated
(reral hundred to 1 .(MM) Jews in
n, Latvia, in July. 1941, the
psh Telegraphic Agency was
krmed by Frederic U. Dicker, a
brter for the Albany Timcs-
\un who first wrote an expose
la/.ners in the newspaper last
Fember.
IAZNERS. who lives in
Isden, N.Y., is president of the
Imittee tor a rree Latvia and
le broadcasts for the Voice of
prca in the 19<>()s. Picker told
I'A.
le is charged with entering t lie
from Germany in 1956 in
II.i! inn of the anti-war crimes
Iviso of the Refugee Relief Act
1963. He was served with a
portation notice on Jan. 28.
)icker. in his investigative
ort last November, wrote that
accusations against Hazners
le from official present-day
tvian publications and from
Gertrude Schneider, a City
iversity of New York pro-
<>r. Latvian history scholar,
k'ivor of the Riga ghetto and a
mili/.ed U.S. citizen.
MJRING A visit to Latvia in
Schneider, who had been
rted from her native Austria
Latvia by the Nazis at the
lning of World War II,
Bed a discussion with the
lian culture minister in which
ppoke of alleged atrocities
litted during the war by
ins now living in the U.S.
Imentioned Hazners.
IE DEPORTATION notice
es that Hazners participated
[the collection of a group of
in Riga and detaining them
|he Big Synagogue (Choral
Synagogue) on Gogol Street,
Riga, after which said synagogue
was set afire and the detained
Jews burned to death therein."
MEANWHILE, there is a
feeling of uneasiness among some
Peres supporters that they may
face reprisals for having chal-
lenged the incumbent Prime
Minister. Rabin said at a press
conference after his victory that
he intended to include Peres in
his next Cabinet with an "im-
portant" portfolio.
Transport Minister Gad
Yaacobi, who also favored Peres,
observed that the latter is still
the second strongest man in the
party. Tourism Minister Moshe
Kol of the Independent Liberal
Party said the results "indicate
the democratic contest in the
Labor Party which must now face
the difficult problems that the
country faces."
But he refused to commit
himself as to which portfolio will
be entrusted to Peres. The De-
fense Ministry which he now
heads is one of the senior Cabinet
posts and there are few others of
equal rank that he could fill. The
group that supported Peres said
it would not disband.
"We have to meet, discuss and
decide on ways and means so that
we are not hurt for supporting
Peres. We have to make sure that
no one is hurt for supporting
Peres," a spokesman for the
group said.
Hillcrest complex sponsored a men's Honor Roll breakfast
meeting, at which time thousands of dollars were pledged to the
1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign. The multi-million-dollar humanitarian effort helps
support Jews in Israel, Russia and in many oppressed countries
of the world. Participating (from left) are Nathan Pritcher; Joe
Bloom; Joe Raymond; Henry Levy, the guest speaker; Milton
Winograd and Manny Lax.
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to Israel... .There is something special about
the Holy Land... Those who go, come back
entirely different. They see something that
no words can describe."
So spoke Yitzhak Rabin, Prime Minister
of Israel, at the beginning of this Solidarity
Pilgrimage Year. Yet, what Rabin said is an
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ever visited Israel. You know this.
If you don't you'll learn it at Pcsach, when,
sitting at the Seder in Israel, every symbol
of this festival of freedom will take on
richness that almost aches.
You'll know the feeling when you join the
crowd and dance through the streets on
Purim or Independence Day.
You'll feel it on Shavuot, as the First
Yitzhak Rabin. Prime Minister of Israel
Fruits arc paraded through the kibbutz
with so much bursting pride. And at the
Western Wall, where the ancient chanting
through the night seems to make centuries
melt away.
You'll know what "no words can de-
scribe" when you walk through the streets
of Israel at Sukkot, and find yourself sur-
rounded by beautiful Sukkot booths in
every yard and on every balcony.
You'll feel it at Chanukah, at the candle
lighting ceremony atop Mount Zion.
But you don't need a celebration to share
these experiences. Because every day of
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partnership with Israel.
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the first time, as many times as you return
will never be enough.
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Friday, March 11, 1977
Beth El Sets Series Speakers
Donor Lunch and Sale
The Health Series of Temple
Beth El will present Dr. Charles
S. Cameron Jr., vice president of
Development, Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute at
Miami, Inc., on Tuesday, March
15, at 8 p.m., in the Tobin
Auditorium of the Temple,
Hollywood.
Subject will be "New Per-
spectives in Controlling Cancer."
The public is invited.
Dr. Cameron was a Rockefeller
fellow at Memorial Cancer Center
in New York City (Surgical On-
cology). He served as assistant
attending surgeon at Memorial
Cancer Center; Medical and
Scientific director, American
Cancer Society; dean of the
Hanemann Medical College of
Philadelphia; president, Com-
mission on Cancer Control, Inter-
national Union Against Cancer;
member, Board of Directors,
American Cancer Society.
He has received the
Distinguished Service Medal,
American Cancer Society, Phila-
delphia Division; Distinguished
Service Citation, Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute.
The cultural program of
Temple Beth El will present
Seymour B. Liebman, professor,
University of Miami, on Sunday,
March 20, at 9:30 a.m. in the
Tobin Auditorium of the Temple.
Prof. Liebman's subject will be
"Jews in South America."
Prof. Liebman received his
advanced degree in history,
magna cum laude, at the Uni-
versity of the Americas and
taught there. He is considered a
leading authority on the history
of the Jews in Latin America; has
been guest lecturer at univer-
sities around the world.
Liebman has served as con-
sultant for the University of
Miami Desegregation Center and
the Dade County School Board.
He is a member of the American
Professors for Peace in the
Middle East.
Articles authored by him have
appeared in many scholarly
journals and his books have been
published by the University of
Pennsylvania Press and the Uni-
versity of Miami Press.
He is listed in the Directory of
American Scholars History;
Who's Who in World Jewry;
Who's Who in South and South-
west; Directory of British and
American Writers.
The public is invited.
"Cabaret" is the theme for the
March 15 donor luncheon of
Temple Beth El Sisterhood. The
event begins at noon in the
Regency Room of the Diplomat
Hotel.
All proceeds from the projects
will benefit Sisterhood programs
which include special events for
the religious school, services to
the blind, and state and national
projects, among others.
A musical song presentation
by Lydia King will highlight the
afternoon.
Mrs. Samuel L. Sezzin is the
donor chairman, with Mrs. Aaron
Rabinowitz and Mrs. Cecil
Kessler, cochairmen. Committee
members include Mrs. Charles
Wolfe and Mrs. Bernard Price.
Mrs. Harold Ratner is president
of the Sisterhood, an affiliate of
the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods (NFTS).
A Rummage and White
Elephant Sale, sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
will be held Thursday, March 17^
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Tobin
Auditorium of the temple, Holly-
wood.
Proceeds go toward the
Religious School of the temple.
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In an effort to increase the
number and quality of teachers in
Jewish schools in Morocco, Ozar
Hatorah and the Lubavitcher
school systems, with the co-
operation of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, have set up
an in-service seminar for ad-
vanced teacher training.
THE PROGRAM provides for
model lessons and lectures on
Talmud, Bible and com-
mentaries, Hebrew language and
grammar, contemporary Jewish
history, educational psychology
and pedagogics. Lubavitcher,
Ozar Hatorah and community
rabbis do the teaching, and a uni-
versity professor will lecture on
psychology and pedagogics.
There are 22 in the initial group.
JDC is making a substantial
contribution toward the annual
cost of the five-day-a-week in-
service seminar, according to
Ralph I. Goldman, JDC
executive vice president.
"Bowing to local custom, the
first seminar consists of male
teachers only. However, we hope
to set up a similar in-service
project for women teachers," he
said. The JDC receives funds for
its educational, welfare and other
programs mainly from the United
Jewish Appeal through such local
campaigns as the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund.
THE JDC has been active in
Morocco since 1949 when its
Jewish population was estimated
at more than 300,000. From the
very beginning, JDC has con-
centrated on Jewish education,
Goldman said. Although only 30
percent of Morocco's Jewish
community of 20,000 are
children, the major part of the
more than $1 million Morocco
budget of the JDC goes for child
care and Jewish education.
Hollywood Temple Founder
Rachel Shapiro, 80, Dies
Rachel Shapiro, 80, of
Hollywood, a founder of Temple
Beth Shalom and a founder and
life member of the Temple Sister-
hood, passed away on Friday,
Feb. 26.
A resident of Hollywood for 26
years, Mrs. Shapiro was a
founding benefactor of the
Temple Beth Shalom Religious
School and Day School. She was
active in Jewish Federation and a
life member of Hadassah.
A benefactor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary and a
frequent visitor to Israel, she was
also a founder of the Broward
Council of Jewish National Fund
and a founder and benefactor of
the Israel Histadrut of Broward
County.
Mrs. Shapiro and her husband,
Jack, endowed a special fund for
needy children to receive a
religious education and to visit
Israel.
The Jewish National Fund and
Israel Histadrut were scheduled
to honor Jack and Rachel at
Temple Beth Shalom on March 5.
Heeding her request, the dinner
will go on as scheduled.
Mrs. Shapiro is survived by
her husband, Jack; daughter,
Elizabeth Kutner of Massachu-
setts; sisters, Deborah Brower
and Sophie Rosen, both of Holly-
wood; two grandchildren.
Interment Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
Levitt in charge of arrangements.
Seniors to View Film
The Senior Friendship Club of
Temple Beth Shalom will view an
Israeli film on March 22 in the
Temple ballroom.
Dorothy Kowitt is president of
the Hollywood-based club.
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of the 1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Kmergency Fund campaign of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 11, 1977
Entebbe Doctor: We Couldn't Be Blackmailed
DR. NATHAN ZUR
"We knew we could never surrender to black-
mail, political or any other kind,*' declared Dr.
Nathan Zur, an Israeli surgeon who parti-
cipated in the raid on Entebbe last July.
Speaking before a meeting of Emerald Hills
residents on behalf of the 1977 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
campaign of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, Dr. Zur said that all the men who
took part in the raid were gallant soldiers who
love their country and heritage.
"When our Israeli soldiers visit Masada and
walk through the ruins, they think about their
culture and forefathers. They gain a special
strength and this strength is what made our
raid on Entebbe successful.
"I KNEW we had to take the hostages out.
We had no choice, for once you surrender, you
lose the war. Our war has been long and hard
and we have no intention of giving up now," he
said.
In explaining the preparations required for
the mission, Dr. Zur said that everything was
completed in only 36 hours, but the medical
staff was called on six hours notice.
"We had to work in complete secrecy," he
noted, "and that was especially difficult when
you realize that we took along four complete
operating theaters, 35 physicians and enough
instruments and other equipment to care for all
of the hostages in case of emergencies," he said.
DR. ZUR said that he was "honored to be
part of the mission. Most of us knew that it
might be our last flight. It might have been a
success ... it might have been a disaster."
He concluded by saying that all the men
knew in the end right would defeat the wrong.
"All of you in this room know that tonight
the right is to open up your hearts and check-
books for the Jews of the world. I know you will
... I know we are truly one people," he said.
AT THE Emerald Hills event, Nathan and
Lillian Rakita were honored for their long years
of Jewish communal service both in this com-
munity and their native Milwaukee. The
Rakitas were presented plaques by dinner
chairman Ben Rosenberg.
Aquarius For CJA-IEF
Grand People to View
On State of Israel
The Grand People (Seniors) of
Temple Solel of Hollywood will
view a film on Israel on Thur-
sday, March 24 at the Temple
Social Hall at 7:30 p.m.
The evening's entertainment is
courtesy of Hollywood Federal
Savings.
Persons 55 years of age and up
are eligible to join the Grand
People, which meets the fourth
Thursday of each month at 7:30
p.m.
Lillian Mandel is executive
coordinator of the group.
El Al Awaits Decision
On Nassau Landing Rights
Following the recent agreement with the government of Mexico
establishing landing rights for El Al Airlines in Mexico City, Israel's
airline has applied to the Air Transport Advisory Board of the
Bahamian government for landing rights in Nassau, thus creating a
new route to Tel Aviv via Mexico City, Nassau and Zurich.
Although the hearing isn't scheduled until sometime this month,
sources in the Bahamian government anticipate the route to be ap-
proved a move that is expected to hring added tourist dollars to the
Bahamas.
If approved, the new route would be a faster, more direct route to
Israel from South Florida.

Members of the Aquarius condominium gathered to honor
Bernard J. Gnldberger on behalf of the 1977 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward. Pledging moral and financial
help to the Jewish State are (from left) Max Verebay; Herb
Lebovitz; Bernard J. Goldberger; Lewis E. Cohn, Federation
president, and Paul Weiner.
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7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Oils, watercolors, etchings and
lithographs by Dali, Levier,
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The Auction will be conducted
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The Jewish Ftoridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
Refusniks Issue Appeal
Blasting Soviet Govn't
Emigration Refusals
ilLENT NO MORE
tic of the most heavily-endorsed appeals to
L recently from the USSR, 163 refusniks from
have declared that the "situation in which
J>e emigrants are brought to utter despair by
constantly refused quite illegally for
(ears, can no longer be tolerated." The text
iressed to all heads of nations which signed
|lsinki Agreement, the U.S. Congress and its
li Commission, and the British Parliament,
Ing to the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry
kion of Councils for Soviet Jews.
(signers stated that the Soviet practice of oral
of emigration "without a time limit to the
and without any legal basis are a direct
[n of the spirit and letter of the Covenant on
nd Political Rights, ratified and signed by the
In 1976.
EMPHATICALLY insist that all those
prevented from leaving shall be quickly
emission; alternately, they should be given
statements in writing with the official, legal
i for refusal, and stating the period of time the
I will stay in effect, in accordance with existing
nd regulations," the appeal stated.
ders include Vladimir Slepak, Profs. Alexander
und Mark Asbel. Dina Beilina and Ida Nudel
>scow, Felix Aronovich and Alexander Yam-
of Leningrad. Dr. Eitan Finkelstein of
is. (irigory Hess and Lev Ovsisher from
Vladimir Kislik of Kiev, Yuri Herkovsky of
sil)irsk, Yaakov Gordin of Riga, the Goldstein
of Tibilisi, and Benor Gurfel of Tallin.
Li related development, the SSS.I reported that
(w York City area Congressmen have joined 17
rues in cabling protests to Soviet Communist
Secretary Leonid Brezhnev and Soviet Am-
bassador Anatoly Dobrynin over the arrests of Yuri
Orlov and Alexander Ginzburg of Moscow, leaders
of the unofficial Helsinki Agreement "watchdog
"ommittee." The committee has two Jewish refusnik
members, Vladimir Slepak and Anatoly Sharansky,
both reported under greatly increased KGB
pressure.
THE TELEGRAMS stated that the arrests and
harassments "violate the spirit and letter of the
Helsinki accords which both our governments
signed in good faith. We would like our two coun-
tries to meet in Belgrade with a positive record of
complaince and cooperation in all spheres of the
Helsinki Final Act."
The dozen representatives are: Herman Badillo,
Mario Biaggi, Thomas Downey, Hamilton Fish Jr.,
Edward Koch, Richard Ottinger, Frederick Rich-
mond, Benjamin Rosenthal, James Scheuer,
Stephen Solarz, Theodore Weiss and Ben Gilman.
The telegrams were initiated by the office of Rep.
Jonathan Bingham, a member of the Congressional
Helsinki Commission.
SENA TORS CA UTION BREZHNE V
Meanwhile, 36 U.S. Senators have cautioned
Brezhnev that continued imprisonment of Amner
Zavurov. an Uzbekistan Jew who sought to emigrate
to Israel, "will only cause new strain in Soviet
relations with the rest of the world."
In a letter protesting "the unjust (three-year)
prison sentence" against Zavurov, the Senators
wrote Brezhnev: "We appeal to you on
humanitarian grounds to release Zavurov im-
mediately and finally allow him to emigrate to
Israel." The letter was written by Sen. Abraham
Ribicofi ID., Conn.) and co-signed by 35 of his
colleagues from both parties.
JC Anniversary Speakers Named
linent personalities who
been invited to speak at the
anniversary of the Jewish
ounity Center's Hollywood
fty Center for Senior
is on March 13 are:
Nan S. Hutchison, exec-
director, Area Agency on
{of Broward County; David
ating, Mayor of Hollywood;
ligious Directory
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St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
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lor Abraham Kester (4a)
PEMBROKE PINES
JLE IN THE PINES. t1J Tft St.
ervativt. Rabbi Sidney I. Lubin.
Milton L. Weinkle, Mayor of
11 a I la nd air. Lewis E. Cohn,
president, Jewish Federation of
South Broward; Rabbi Harold
Richter, chaplain, Jewish
Federation of South Broward;
Donald Klein, director, Jewish
Federation of South Broward;
Donald J. Reiff, president,
Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida; Myron A.
Berezin, executive director,
Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida; Miriam Zatinsky,
project director, South Beach
Activities Center; and Myrna
Amsel, project director, Michael-
Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center.
Entertainment will be provided
by the Hollywood Mandolin
Orchestra and the JCC Comedy
Players under the direction of
Saul Levine. Building
decorations are being done by
Dorothy Coburn, social director
of the Hallmark Residence.
Book Review Set
The next session of the Holly-
wood Chapter of Hadassah's
Program of Great Jewish Books
and Issues will be held on
Tuesday, March 22, at 1 p.m. at
the Home Federal Bank
Building, Hollywood.
The book to be discussed will
be Saul Bellow's To Jerusalem
and Back. Ann Horowitz of the
Hallmark Group of Hadassah
will serve as book reviewer.
Hallandale Hadassah
Plans Patron Lunch
The Gold Patron Luncheon of
the Hallandale Chapter of
Hadassah will take place on
Tuesday, March 15 at the Eden
Roc.
Mrs. I. D. Shapiro, special
gifts vice president of the Florida
Region, will serve as guest
speaker. She has been a member
of the Speakers Bureau and is a
member of the National Board of
Hadassah.
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The Office, Board of
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sympathy to Rhoda and
Arthur Marcus on the
passing of their son, Ben.
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The Israel Solidarity Award
will be conferred upon Mr. and
Mrs. David Housen at the annual
Presidential Towers Night in
Israel to take place on Tuesday,
March 22, 8 p.m., it was an-
nounced by Milton M. Parson,
executive director of the South
Florida Israel Bond
Organization.
In announcing the award,
Parson cited their long record of
achievement on behalf of many
worthy causes and the State of
Israel.
Housen is chairman of the
Board of Erving Paper Mills and
was prominent in the leadership
of many organizations and insti-
tutions in Massachusetts prior to
moving to Florida. He was a
charter member of the Orange-
Athol Lodge of the Elks, served
as a director of the Orange
Chamber of Commerce and is an
honorary director of the First
National Bank of Greenfield,
Mass.
The Housens are members of
MR. AND MRS.
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Temple Sinai in Hollywood. They
are members of the Housen
Family Foundation noted for
many contributions to worthy
charitable causes.
The Night in Israel will be
under auspices of the Presidential
Towers Israel Bond Committee
headed by Louis S. Rosen,
chairman, who announced that
the program will be headed by
folk humorist Eddie Schaffer.
Members of the Soviet Jewry Committee of the Jewisn
Federation of South Broward spent time sorting and wrapping
books on Israeli subjects, to be shipped to Jews in the Soviet
Union. Helping in the selection process are (from left) Abe
Halpern; Barbara Stein; Elaine Pittell, Soviet Jewry Com-
mittee chairman; Eleanore Handelman, chairman Right to
Identity Programs; Roberta Karsch and Gail Spatz.
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