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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Hollywood, Fla

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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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wJewisti Fiendii<3i m
and Shofar of Groafer Hollywood
Volume 7 Number 6
Friday, March 26,19T7
Price 2 5 cents
Synagogues Damaged
11 Jews Known Dead in Rumania Earthquake
NEW YORK (JTA) At
least 11 Jews are known to have
perished in the earthquake which
devastated Rumania, according
to Rabbi Arthur Schneier,
spiritual leader of the Park East
Synagogue, who received this
information in a call from Dr.
Moses Rosen, chief rabbi of
I Rumania.
In addition, three synagogues
i in Bucharest were badly
i damaged and two synagogues in
Krayova, some 150 miles
I southeast of Bucharest, were
completely demolished, Rosen
I told Schneier.
SOME Passover food supplies
were also destroyed when the
warehouse in which they were
stored was demolished. An effort
to replace the supplies is now
under way.
Schneier, who is also the
president of the Appeal of
Conscience Foundation, said that
among the 11 Jews known so far
to have been killed were three
intellectuals surnamed Prof.
Marcu and Mr. and Mrs.
Porambu, both writers.
Funeral arrangements were
being made this morning for the
11 dead and searches were being
conducted in the rubble of
Bucharest to find other victims.
The earthquake, Rosen reported,
left many Jewish families
without homes.
ROSEN said it might be days
before all the Jews who perished
in Bucharest and other cities
could be found and identified
among the estimated 750 bodies
found so far. There is also
thought to be many Jews emoni;
the reported 5,645 injured, nearly
half of them seriously. It is
believed that the final death toll
will be between 1,000 and 2,000 in
Bucharest alone.
Schneier said that Rosen told
him that the main synagogue in
Bucharest, the Choral Syna-
gogue, though badly damaged
was used for Sabbath services
during which Rosen offered
prayers for the well-being of the
community.
The Malbin and Central
Synagogues in Bucharest were
too damaged to be used for
Sabbath services.
FOUR Jewish community
buildings in Rumania's capital
were also totally destroyed.
Those synagogues that were not
too badly damaged will be used
as temporary housing quarters
for Jews who lost their homes.
Passover Message From
Uewish Federation Of
South Broward President
By Lewis E. Cohn
Every Jewish holiday is a time for remem-
l>ering Uiat we are one people, and that we have
survived throughout history by standing
together, by helping one another.
COHN
Next weekend. Jews the world over celebrate
Passover, a time for remembering. We will
remember the Egyptian Pharoahs who used
Jewish slave labor to do the grueling task of
building their pyramids. And we will remember
Moses, who through God. was able to deliver the
-.Jewish people out of slavery and bondage to the
promised land.
l'assover is a holiday that binds us together as
a family, determined to help each other against
Pharaohs in many guises. And so we celebrate
this festive occasion with the traditional Seder,
its special foods and cups of wine grateful to
the Kiernal God for the many blessings which are
I ours.
In the path of Moses, we will not forget our
people in Israel, in Russia, in other lands and here
at home. We will house our immigrants, teach our
children and care for our aged and infirm. We will
help those who are deprived and persecuted. We
will sustain our poor and elderly, our troubled
children, our broken families.
At Passover, we remember that by helping
others we also help ourselves. And as we
remember, we call upon our dedicated friends to
join with us in this year's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign ... to
give generously and to volunteer to be neighbors
visiting neighbors on behalf of all in our family
who need our help wherever they may live.
Let us remember that remembering is not
enough. By your acts of sharing you bring
happiness not only to others but to yourself. May
you and your dear ones have a happy and
meaningful Pesach.
AJCong. Takes U.S. Ruling to Court
Now before the U.S. Court of
Appeals for the District of
Columbia is the American Jewish
Congress v. Vance. Issue in-
volved is whether the govern-
ment can enter into agreements
Soviets Block Import of Matzo
The Jewish Federation of South Broward has officially protested
the ban on matzo importation to the Soviet Union. Elaine Pittell,
chairman of the JFSB Soviet Jewry Committee, said that letters of
protest have been written to Soviet authorities as well as to the U.S.
Secretary of State and other government officials.
According to Mrs. Pittell, Soviet authorities have banned im-
portation of bread-type products by parcel post, a move that primarily
will affect the Jewish community, which uses unleavened bread
matzo in the Passover celebration.
A postal official confirmed that a decree issued Feb. 22 by the
Ministry for Foreign Trade and the Ministry of Communications
banned the import of pasta and bread products.
The official said the ban also applied to matzo or unleavened
bread the only type of bread that practicing Jews are allowed to eat
during the week-long Passover observation.
The official added, when questioned, that parcels from abroad
containing unleavened bread no longer were being delivered to Soviet
Jews and confirmed that in the past many such parcels had been
delivered.
From 1960 until 1C68 the making of matzo by public bakeries was
forbidden by Soviet law and Jews around the world mounted cam-
j>aigns to mail tons of the bread to their faithful in the Soviet Union. I
with foreign nations that result in
religious discrimination against
American citizens.
In a reply brief. AJCongress
seeks to block a Federal District
Court ruling dismissing its suit
against four top federal officials
charging them with violating the
constitutional rights of American
Jews who are excluded from
participating in government-
supported programs in Saudi
Arabia because of their religion.
Continuing its inquiry into
implementation of the provisions
of the 1975 Helsinki accords, the
Commission on Security and Co-
operation in Europe will conduct
public hearings this week on the
policies and practices of the
United States and Warsaw Pact
nations toward movement of
people for the purposes of family
reunification and marriage.
The hearings are meant to help
focus attention on some of the
obstacles which certain signatory
Continued on Page 5
JDC Offers $30,000 Aid
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee,
supported by the South Broward Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, has advised President
Nicolae Ceausescu of Rumania that it is prepared to
contribute $30,000 for general earthquake relief.
In a cable to President Ceausescu the JDC expressed
sympathy at the loss of life and destruction of property
and offered the $30,000 sum for the "relief of all victims of
this terrible catastrophe."
Over 1,500 lives were reported to have been lost and
wide sections of Bucharest were devastated by the violent
quake which hit Rumania on Friday evening, March 4.
Areas outside of Bucharest were not as badly damaged. A
number of Jews were among those killed and injured.
Buildings and apartment houses have suffered severe
damage and many are homeless. The Choral Synagogue
suffered some damage but was open for Sabbath services.
Four smaller synagogues in Bucharest were damaged
Continued on Page 15 _________________
Community Plea for Passover Funds
"Funds are sorely needed to buy Passover foods for needy
Jewish families, patients in institutions and nursing homes,"
declared Dr. Meron Levitats, chairman of the Chaplaincy
Committee of the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
According to Dr. Levitats, the Chaplaincy Committee
prepares special packages of Passover foods and distributes
them to all Jews in need who are area shut-ins. "It is essential to
provide our Jewish brothers with these foods, because, without
our help, they would not be able to properly observe the Pesach
holiday," he said.
"The survival of our heritage depends on our continuing
effort to make it meaningful," Dr. Levitats explained, "and
we're appealing to the community at large to help us in our once-
a-year effort. Just think what a box of matzo can mean to a
Jewish person who cannot afford it," he added.
CONTRIBUTIONS MAY BE SENT TO THE
CHAPLAINCY COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH
FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, 2838 HOLLYWOOD
BLVD., HOLLYWOOD, FLA. 33020.
Hi-Rises Winding Up
C JA-IEF Campaigning
After several months of intensive campaigning on behalf of
the 1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign of the Jewish Federation of South Broward, area hi-
rise condominiums and apartments are winding up their formal
meetings held to benefit the world-wide humanitarian effort.
Although campaigning will continue to make sure that all
pledge cards are covered, the following residences have closed
the 1977 Hi-Rise effort:
PARKER PLAZA
Residents of Parker Plaza met to honor Paul Nestel for his
long years of humanitarian service to Israel and the Jewish
people all over the world. Judge Joseph S. Deutsch was
chairman of the building's brunch meeting. Cochairman was Eli
Baum.
CLIFTON APARTMENTS
Prof. Eugene Weiner of the University of Haifa was the
guest speaker when dwellers of Clifton Apartments gathered on
behalf of the 1977 CJA-IEF. Campaign Chairman for the
building was Harold Singer.
GOLDEN HORN
Golden Horn residents met on behalf of the campaign to
help world-wide Jewry and heard Ambassador Yaakov Avnon,
former Israeli ambassador to Sierra Leone and the Philippines,
discuss the latest situation in the Middle East. Cochairmen of
the building's drive are Irving Berger, Elmer Levenson and Dr.
George Pollack.
AVANT GARDE
On March 27, residents of Avant Garde will meet in
memory of Boris Kozba, and will pledge support ol world Jewry
at a brunch on behalf of the 1977 CJA-IEF. Cochairmen for the
campaign are Charles Fisher and Alfred Shaffer.
PARKER DORADO
March 27 at 11 a.m., Parker Dorado residents will meet to
pledge their support to the CJA-IEF which helps meet the needs
of worldwide Jewry. Chairman is Norman Gordon.


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The Jeu-ish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. March25. iyri\

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Members of the President's Council of ares Jewish women's
organizations met to discuss community developments and the
needs of Jews in South Broward as weO as those in Israel.
Seated (from left) are Nancy Brizel. vice president for
education. Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward: Joyce Newman. Jewish Federation of South Broward
Women's Division president: and Malvina Freeman, president.
Temple Sinai Sisterhood. Standing (from left) are Hazel
Greenberg. Temple Sole! Sisterhood: Sheila Kattin. Temple
Solel Sisterhood: Mary Garner. National Council of Jewish
Women; and Mollye Ginberg. B'nai B'rith Women.
Hostages Released
By Hanafi After
One Man Killed
WASHINGTON IJTA) After three days of threats,
tension and terror. 12 gunmen who had held 134 people
hostages in the B'nai B'rith headquarters and two other
buildings in the nation's capital released the hostages early on
Mar 11 after intensive night-long negotiations.
The hostages, of whom the largest number had been held in
the B'nai B'rith Building, were released uninjured after a
meeting between the black gunmen's leader. Hamaas Abdul
Khaalis. and three ambassadors from Moslem countries.
THE B'NAI B'RITH hostages appeared to be in good
condition after their long ordeal The surrender agreement
included release of Khaalis without bail.
The members of the extremist Hanafi Moslem sect seized
the B'nai B'rith Building, the Islamic Center about a mile away
and the District Building. Washington's City Hall two blocks
from the White House. Mayor Walter Washington praised the
ambassadors of Egypt. Iran and Pakistan, who talked the
Hanafi gunmen into surrendering. One hostage said they had
been alternately threatened and helped by their captors.
SIMON BERNARD, the B'nai B'rith public relations
director, said Jews were not singled out for special attention by
the gunmen, even though the Hanafi Moslems said repeatedly
they were anti-Zionist.
Simon said that the end of the siege came quietly when the
gunmen ..left the eighth floor, their siege base, leaving the
hostages alone, and police quickly came into the floor.
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Student Mission
To Israel Planned
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward. in cooperation
with the United Jewish Appeal,
has announced the eleventh
University Student Mission to
Israel, beginning June 26.
The traditional "classroom
without walls" program has been
revised to feature a more in-
tensive, tour structure with
greater opportunity for in-
dividual travel.
The Mission will begin with a
one-week survey of Jewish roots
in Europe, giving students an
opportunity to encounter the
realities and remains of the Holo-
caust-torn Jewish communities.
A three-week intensive tour of
Israel is planned. Included are
visits to historic sites, absorption
centers and settlement towns and
meetings with Jewish Agency
and Joint Distribution Com-
mittee officials. The Mission will
be accompanied by National UJA
staff through July 24 and a
maximum of 15 days independent
travel, at the participant's own
expense, may be added at the end
of the programmed itinerary.
The Mission departs from New
York on June 26. with the formal
tour period ending July 24.
Airline tickets are valid for return
from Israel through Aug. 8. The
cost (including round-trip air fare
from New York and full ac-
commodations board through
Julv 241 is $1,900.
To be eligible, a candidate
must have completed the first
year of college and will be
requested to furnish references
from Federation or Jewish
student campus officials Partici-
pants will be selected on the basis
of maturity and leadership
potential. Deadline for sub-
mitting applications is May 2. All
further information can be ob-
tained at the Jewish Federation
of South Broward
JEWISH FAMILIES IN
NEED OF MONEY TO
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PASSOVER FOODS,
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OF BROWARD COUNTY,
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Cohn Attends CJFWF
Meetings in St. Louis
Lewis E. Cohn. president of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. attended, in St. Louis,
the Spring Board and Committee
meetings of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
Along with Dr. Norman Atkin.
JFSB Allocations Committee
chairman, and more than 300
other Federation leaders of the
North American Jewish com-
munity. Cohn and Atkin par-
ticipated in meetings and
seminars dealing with major
items of the 1977 communal
agenda: the status of the com-
munity campaigns, new develop-
ments involving Soviet Jewish
immigration and resettlement.
Israel. Federation Synagogue
relations and the activities of
CJF's Review Committee. The
Jewish Federation of St. Louis
served as official host for the
The Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
is comprised of representatives of
more than 800 Jewish com-
munities in North America and
Canada. It aids these com-
munities to mobilize maximum
support for the United Jewish
Appeal and other overseas
agencies, as well as for major
national and local services in-
volving financing, planning and
operating health. welfare.
cultural, educational, community
relations and other programt |
benefiting all residents.
The Regional offices of Lota
Rhoades & Co., Inc. in Hal
landale. members of the New
York Stock Exchange,
recently announced the ap-
pointment of Richard J.
Hirschfeld to the position of
assistant vice president, sales.
Hirschfeld hosts the Loeb
Rhoades "Morning Market
Report" on Channel 51 TV
daily at 10:35 a.m.
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Unlike many other Jewish funeral directors in
Florida.Riverside is not represented by any
other organization.
Our new Hollywood Chapel is another example
of how this policy helps us to provide service
dedicated only to the needs and wishes of each
family and the requirements of Jewish Law and
Custom.Our new Hollywood Chapel is wholly in
keeping with Jewish tradition It is spacious and
comfortable.lt contains a Ritualanum (Mikva) and
other required facilities for the observance of the
Ritual of Washing (Tahara).
And it is manned by one of the largest staffs of
Jewish personnel in Broward County They are
people who understand Jewish tradition.and honor
it And in that tradition.we serve every family
regardless of financial circumstance.
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Friday, March 25,1977
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
Women Rally for CJA-IEF Soviet Jews React to False Allegations
The Women of La Mer met on behalf of the 1977 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward. Pledging financial and moral
support to world Jewry are (from left) Esther Slutkin, Estelle
[ Ihiitman. Evelyn Stieber, and Delia Rosenberg.


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At Aquarius, a large crowd gathered on behalf of the world-
wide humanitarian effort to aid Jews. From left are Sylvia
JVerner, Ann Cohn, Lilian Zeefe, Margaret Lebovitz, Minn
^inkelstein and Yetta Rice. Mrs. Zeefe is recovering from an
Occident.
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(.iiliihiid Court women met to make financial commitments to
the 1977 CJA-IEF which will aid Israelis and Jews right here in
be South Broward community. Standing (from left) are Elaine
"leisher, chairman of Hallandale Area A; Jeanette Sussman;
Vliiiilda Kimelblot and Nancy Brizel, Jewish Federation
Women's Division vice president.
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"A series of searches were
carried out by the authorities
against a group of Jews and at
the same time there appeared in
the newspaper hvestia a letter
from S. Lipavsky which contains
a mass of slanderous inventions
against us, the undersigned, and
especially included in this letter
were the accusations of spying
and treason which is reminiscent
of the anti-Jewish trials of the
early 1950's and recalls par-
ticularly the notorious 'Doctor's
Plot' (the Russian version of
which is 'The Poisoners Wearing
Doctors' White Coats'). In this
regard, we declare that:
1) All our activities over the
past years have been directed
solely towards obtaining for our-
selves the possibility of emi-
grating from the USSR to Israel.
2) We have strictly limited our
activity so that everything we
have done has been entirely
within the framework of Soviet
law.
3) We have always informed
Western public opinion and the
Western press about our con-
dition and sufferings in open
letters and declarations in open
telephone calls.
4) We have never hidden from
the Soviet authorities that we
have kept the Western World
aware of what we have been
trying to achieve in open con-
versations and letters through
the post.
5) What we have been doing
quite openly has been not only in
the interest of those Jews who
wish to emigrate to Israel but has
been in the interest of the Soviet
people as a whole and in the
interest of improving relations
between the Soviet peoples and
government and the govern-
ments and peoples of the Western
World.
"With this new prospect of
fresh anti-Jewish trials based on
mpletely false evidence or in
fact no evidence at all except lies,
we can only regret that the Soviet
Union is returning to the worst
excesses of Stalin's time and
especially of January, 1953."
March 5,1977
Signed:
Alexander Lerner
Anatoly Sharansky
Vladimir Slepak
Ida Nudel
Boris Chernobilsky
Dina Beilina
Mikhail K re men
More than 80 attended the first educational
workshop for Hollywood Jewish supple-
mentary school teachers, sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of South Broward.
Participating in meetings designed to im-
prove the quality of Jewish education are
(from left) Abe Gittelson, associate director
of the Central Agency for Jewish Education;
Dorothy Hermann, Temple Beth Am
education director; Dr. Diana J. Reisman,
Jewish Federation education consultant;
Rosalyn Seidel, Temple Sinai education
director; Shirley Cohen, Temple Beth
Shalom youth director; Karen Kaminsky,
Temple Solel education director; Rabbi
Jonathan Woll, Temple Beth El education
director; and Moses Ezry, Beth Shalom
education director.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 25,1977
Editorial
'Pick Me Up, Too...'
The following editorial appeared in the Colorado
Springs Gazette Telegraph, a nonsectarian newspaper. It
was written by William Alkan, a non-Jew. It has since
been reprinted in the bulletins of the Church of Bethesda-
by-the-Sea, Palm Beach, and St. Thomas Episcopal
Church, Whitemarsh, Pa.
Alkan writes: "Jews, go home!" Well now, this is
nothing new. Never in the past have you taken this gentle
suggestion to move on. But heaven forbid, suppose just
once you thought that expression of a few sick people
actually expressed the conviction of all the people of this
wonderful land of ourse, and all of you started to pack
your bags and leave for parts unknown.
"JUST BEFORE you leave, would you do me a favor?
Would you leave your formula for the Salk vaccine with
me before you decide to leave? You wouldn't be so
heartless as to let my children contract polio.
"And would you please leave your knack for govern-
ment and politics and persuasion, and literature, and good
food, and fun and love, and all those things, and would
you leave me the secret of your drive to succeed?
"And please, have pity on us; please show us the secret
of how to develop such geniuses as Einstein and Steinmetz
and oh, so many others who have helped us all. After all,
we owe you most of the A-Bomb, most of our rocket
research and perhaps the fact that we are alive today,
instead of looking up from our chains and from our graves
to see an aging, happy Hitler drive slowly up in one of our
Cadillacs.
"ON YOUR way out, Jews, will you do me just one
more favor? Will you please drive by my house and pick
me up too? I'm not sure I could live too well in a land
where you weren't around to give as much as you have
given us. If you ever leave, love goes with you; democracy
goes with you; God goes with you. Just pull in front of my
house, slow down and honk because, so help me, I m going
with you, too."
A wise man said once, "When praised excessively, relax
and enjoy it." So be it.
We Hope We're Wrong
The details behind the arrangements are still not
reported that led the Hanafi Moslems to quit the B'nai
B'rith Building and other sites it seized in Washington
last week, together with over 100 hostages.
On the one hand, we are prompted to compare the
release of Hamaas Abdul Khaalis, leader of the Hanafi
gunmen, on his own recognizance to the French release of
Abu Daoud.
On the other hand, if Attorney General Griffen Bell is
correct, why not? Khaalis was under constant surveillance
after that, and if releasing him on his own recognizance
secured the release of the hostages, that was a good thing.
We can only suggest that Bell's explanation of this
most bizarre "solution" remains to be demonstrated as
worthy. At this point, it does seem thai terrorism has not
been dealt with any more strenuously in Washington than
it was at the Quai d'Orsay.
We hope we're wrong.
~eJewis]h Floriidlila^
and SHOFAR OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
Suite 206 126 S Federal Hwy Danla. Fla. 33004
MAIN OFFICE and PLANT-120 NE 6th St.. Miami. Fla 33132 Phone 373-4606
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Volume 7 Number 6
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wish to announce the association of
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Behind the Khaalis Klatch
THE TERRORIST force
brewing within the nation is just
about ready to h>oil over, as the
Hamaas Abdul Khaalis case
appears to demonstrate.
This is, on its face, a strange
statement to make in view of the
two Kennedy and the King
assassinations beginning in 1963
that have still not been laid
properly to rest.
And it seems blithely to ig-
nore the attempt against Gov.
Wallace's life that left him
brutally crippled, the Cuban
mini-wars in South Florida and
New York, and a host of other
mob-operated adventures of one
sort or another sporadically
exploding like bombs around us
from coast to coast.
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I AM NOT suggesting that
these were not burning examples
of terrorism, too, or that there is
a necessary relationship among
them all. Mainly what makes
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them all of a piece is that eithei
no one goes punished for per
petrating them. Or, what if
worse, the wrong people gc
punished; or else, only the petit
tyrants go punished.
But in the end there is a dif-
ference between these acts and
the Khaalis case, and the dif-
ference is that, willy-nilly, the
terrorism has expanded this time
to embrace Jewish persons and
places in fact, precisely as the^
terrorists themselves predicted
would occur, predictions that
began long before Entebbe and
that can surely be expected to
become promises fulfilled in the
future.
The Khaalis case is the first
principal example of this,
although the media are deter-
mined to ignore it in these terms.
THE TERRORIST capture of
the B'nai B'rith Building was
seen by Cronkite, Chancellor, Pi
ul.. as if it were no different from,"
say, staging a raid on the BMT-
IRT interchange at Times
Square. We are not meant to see
it as a politically significant site.
After all, any day in the week,
why not capture the B'nai B'rith
Building? As the typical Camus
character, who is often victimized
by Arabs, Muslims and the like,
would be inclined to explain: It
was just a matter of pure chance.
Well. I can't see the Khaalis
attack on Muslim headquarters
or Washington's "City Hall" as
pure chance. Why should the
B'nai B'rith Building be ex-
cepted? Each had its unique role
to play.
A CURIOUS set of facts
emerges. One is that Khaalis has
Continued on Page 11
A Case of Excessive Zeal
It is accepted dictum among
liberals that conservatives, right-
wingers and or reactionaries do
not count within their ranks very
bright people. This was, of
course, before such intellectual
types as Irving Kristol, Norman
Podhoretz, Daniel Moynihan and
a few others from the Com-
mentary stable of reformed
liberals found in Richard Nixon
their ideal of what an American
President should be.
But there are all those others. I
am not sure that Anita Bryant's
pristine heterosexual innocence
makes her a conservative, a
reactionary or a right-winger, but
she got off a remark on television
last week that certainly lumps
her with the lumpens.
SPEAKING in her campaign
for repeal of the ordinance which
would assure civil rights to
homosexuals, she told a national
audience watching "Good
Morning, U.S.A." on Ch. 10
(Mar. 8) that "putting gays as
teachers in the public schools is
like shoving ham down the face of
Rabbi Weberman."
She must mean our own Rabbi
Phineas Weberman, whose
association with the prayer-in the
public schools, anti-abortion,
anti-open housing folks ap-
parently hasn't educated them to
avoid remarks that reflect their
narrow, if not anti-Semitic, view
of the Jew.
OF COURSE, all these labels
are quite deceptive. It would be
simple to characterize me as an
"ultra-liberal," not only from my
activities and writing, but from a
look at my mail. Every day
brings requests for help from
SANE. NAACP, Southern
Poverty Law Center, In the Pub-
lic Interest, New Directions,
Coalition Against the Death
Penalty, Student Coalition
Against Racism, U.S. Out of
South Africa, Civil Liberties
Review, Energy Action, AFSC,
CALC, Peoples Business, you-
name-it I-get it.
The contents are obviously
anti-Establishment, anti-
business, anti-war, and it would
not take long for an FBI agent to
determine that anyone who has
managed to make those mailing
lists is in some bad company.
WOULD YOU like to buy a
color picture of Ronald Reagan
with a message on the back
reading. "Nancy and I appreciate
very much your support of me
and the Conservative Cause.
R.R."? And since it came in an
envelope addressed to me with a
return to "Governor Ronald
Reagan," it surely would have to
give pause to any investigator.
Particularly if the postman
also delivers one from fellow
Californian George Murphy with
a letter that includes a picture
(not signed, however) of good ol'
John Wayne they really breed
em from the right out there
asking me to voice my opinion,
on behalf of American Cause,
that gun control is un-American.
Which puts me in a dilemma,
since I already had sent a con-
tribution to the National Gun
Control Center whose president is
Mayor Maynard Jackson of
Atlanta, and my car has a decal
on the bumper which describes
my position.
RONNIE MUST have missed
my column last year when I
wrote that the possibility of a
Ford, Reagan or Wallace
becoming the President of the
United States in the "very year
we celebrate our Declaration of
Independence surely must boggle
the mind of any reasonable
person" since his letter to me
tells how he was "overwhelmed
by the generosity and kindness of
people like you
But besides wanting to thank
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me, he also, wanted to enlist my
aid in helping to preserve the
Senate seat of Jesse Helms of
North Carolina from "liberal and
left wing elements." If Helms is
really in trouble that's great
news.
Among my weekly trivia mail
is an expensive newsletter calletLj
"Political Intelligence." By on*
of those coincidences, PI just put
out ils own rating of the folks in
Congress.
In the Senate. Durkin of New
Hampshire is No. 1 liberal with a
score of 100 and Jesse Helms
rates at exactly No. 100 with a
liberal score of 2.
If you didn't know, there arc-
just loo members of the United
States Senate, and PI rates our
own Senators with Law ton Chiles
on the liberal scale at No. 56 and
Dick Stone at No. 62.
IN THE House, two Min-
nesotans, Nolan and Oberstar,
get the 100 rating at No. 1, and
Larry McDonald of Georgia even
outdoes fellow John Bircher.
Rousselot of California by finish-
ing 434th which is the last in
the House because the Speaker
doesn't vote.
McDonald also has a smashing
2, and when you think that Bob
Sikes rated a 16, it really does
boggle the mind to use either a
Nolan or a McDonald as an
authentic source in any con-
troversy. Like quoting Joe,
McCarthy or Earl Browder (or
whoever is in charge there now).
The nice thing, I believe, is for
people to stand up and declare
themselves so that in writing or
speaking we can determine their
prejudices and make our own
decisions accordingly.
LARRY McDONALD an-
nounces he is a John Bircher and
Ronald Reagan a Conservative,
and I respect them for that even
if I disagree, probably on the 100
percent scale, with their views.
Because I am a liberal with a
left slant, and anyone who,
doesn't know that by now hasn't
been reading this column very
long, or the bulk of my mail.


Friday, March 26, 1977
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
PageS
Thursz to Address AJCong. Takes U.S. Ruling to Court
BB Spring Breakfast
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B'nai B'rith's annual Spring
Breakfast will take place on
March 27, Diplomat Hotel,
Hollywood, at 9:30 a.m. ac-
cording to Bert Brown, chairman
of the South Florida Fund -
Raising Cabinet of B'nai B'rith.
"We are lucky
' enough to feature
Dr. Daniel
Thursz, execu-
tive vice presi-
dent of B'nai
B'rith Interna-
tional at this
breakfast run by
B'nai B'rith's
South Florida
Fund Raising
Cabinet in con-
junction with the TUBe;
-Broward and THURSZ
Palm Beach Councils of B'nai
B'rith," Brown said.
"Dr. Thurez, director of the
oldest and largest Jewish service
organization, speaks on B'nai
B'rith's integral international
role in the world today as
evidenced by its recent siege in
Washington," Brown said.
" Thursz's speech should en-
courage new membership in the
fund-raising clubs of South
Florida B'nai B'rith," he con-
cluded.
"The affair benefits B'nai
B'rith national youth services,"
explains Rubin Binder, cochair-
man of the breakfast and chair-
man of the North Broward and
Palm Beach Council of B'nai
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B'rith which supports the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations, now
serving some 340 college cam-
puses, B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization (BBYO) and its
1,100 teen-age groups, as well as
the Career and Counseling
Services found in 20 major Amer-
ican communities," adds Alan J.
Blaustein, cochairman of the
breakfast and president of the
South Broward Council of the
B'nai B'rith Lodges.
"For a Better Tomorrow," an
original slide strip presentation
narrated by Dr. Irving Lehrman,
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El,
Miami Beach, premieres for
guests of the breakfast.
"We are also fortunate in
having Alfred Golden, one of
South Florida's most dynamic
speakers at this breakfast,"
Brown reports. Golden, a
national commissioner of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and a former national
Hillel commissioner, will discuss
B'nai B'rith youth services'
function and importance.
Reservations for the March 27
Spring Breakfast at the Diplomat
are available through the Holly-
wood B'nai B'rith office.
Continued from Page 1
states continue to impose on
emigration for the purposes of
family reunification.
Despite the need for a strong
coalition and for a national con-
sensus, there is not much hope
that Israel's next government
after the May 17 elections will be
based on a more stable coalition
than the present government.
This is the observation of Dr.
Shlomo Shafir, foreign affairs
editor of the Israeli Histadrut
Daily, Davar, in a talk to the New
York section of the Communal
Workers Division of the Labor
Zionist Alliance last week.
Official circles in Jerusalem
belive that President Carter's
decision to reverse his predeces-
sor's commitment to supply
Israel with US.-made concussion
bombs is setting a "dangerous
precedent." The argument that
Carter was motivated entirely on
moral grounds holds no water,
iccording to the officials.
Carter's reversal of President
Ford's decision looms as par-
ticularly ominous, coming at a
time when the U.S. is expected to
begin a fresh peace initiative in
the Middle East. Can U.S.
assurances, in light of the Carter
reversal, be depended upon, ask
the officials.
The afternoon newspaper,
Maariv, basing itself on well-
informed and reliable sources,
writes that the secret meeting
between Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin and the President of the
Ivory Coast, Felix Houphouet
Boigny, which took place several
weeks ago in Geneva, has again
shown the weakness of Israel's
position on the African Con-
tinent.
The newspaper adds that since
Houphouet Boigny, who is a
sincere friend of Israel, did not
agree to renew diplomatic
relations with Israel, there is no
Jerusalem the renewal of dip-
lomatic relations with the nations
of the black continent are bound
up with the solution of the Israel-
Arab conflict.
The newspaper states that in
the opinion of political circles in
reason to believe that other
African states will act differently.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 25,1977
'
Carter Says Israel's Defense Needs May
Need Strengthening
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) President Carter
said Mar. 9 that Israel's de-
fense capabilities may have
to extend "beyond the per-
manent and recognized
borders" that may be
agreed upon in a peace
settlement between Israel
and the Arab states.
While Carter said he did
not want to be specific
about this, he said it could
mean an international
force, a line that spreads 20
kilometers or so in a demil-
itarized zone or outposts
consisting either of elec
tronic equipment "or per
haps personnel outposts as
were established in the
Sinai region as a result of
the Egyptian and Israeli
agreement."
ANSWERING questions at a
wide ranging press conference,
Carter said "I am not trying to
act as the one to lay down an
ultimate settlement. I don't know
what an ultimate settlement will
be."
But he indicated that he
believed it would involve "minor
adjustments to the pre-1967
border but that is a matter for
Israel and her neighbors to decide
between themselves." Carter
stressed that in mid-May after he
has a chance to talk to the leaders
of Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Egypt
and Saudi Arabia, he will have a
more clear idea of what are the
positions of the parties to the
conflict. Following is the text of
the questions and answers on the
Middle East issue during the
press conference:
Question. Mr. President, you
talked about defensible borders
lately and what that means in
regard to the Middle East. Could
I ask you, sir, do you feel it would
be appropriate in a Middle East
peace settlement for the Israelis
to keep some of the occupied land
they took during the 1967 war in
order to have secure borders?
Answer. The defensible border
phrase, the secure border phrase
are obviously just semantics. I
think it's a relatively insig-
nificant development and a
description of possible settlement
in the Middle East to talk about
these things as a distinction.
Recognized borders have to be
mutual. The Arab nations and
the Israeli nation have to agree
on permanent and recognized
borders where sovereignty is
legal as mutually agreed. Defense
lines may or may not conform in
the foreseeable future to those
legal borders. There may be
extensions of it Israeli defense
capabilities beyond the perma-
nent and recognized borders. I
think this distinction is one that
is now recognized by Israeli
leaders.
THE DEFINITION of borders
on a geographic basis is one that
remains to be determined but I
think it is important for the world
to begin to see and for the in-
terested parties to begin to see
there can be a distinction bet-
ween the two the ability of
Israel to defend herself by inter-
national agreement or by the
sometime placement of Israeli
forces themselves or by
monitoring stations as had been
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the case in the Sinai beyond the
actual sovereignty borders as
mutually agreed by Israeli and
her neighbors.
Question. Does that mean
international zones between the
countries?
Answer. International zones
could very well be part of an
agreement. And I think that I
can see, in a growing way, a step-
by-step process where there
might be a mutual agreement
that the ultimate settlement,
even including the border delin-
eations would be at a certain
described point in an interim
state; maybe two years, four
years, eight years, or more, there
would be a mutual demonstration
of friendship and an end to the
declaration of state of war.
I THINK what Israel would
like to have is what we would like
to have a termination of bel-
ligerence towards Israel by her
neighbors, a recognition of
Israel's right to exist, the right to
exist in peace, the opening up of
borders with free trade, tourist
travel, cultural exchange between
Israel and her neighbors, in other
words, a stabilization of the
situation in the Middle East
without a constant threat to
Israel's existence by her neigh-
bors. And this would involve
substantial withdrawal of Israel's
present control over territories.
Now where that withdrawal
might end, I don't know.
I would guess there would be
some minor adjustments in the
1967 borders but that still
remains to be negotiated but I
think this is going to be a long,
tedious process. We are going to
mount a major effort in our own
government in 1977 to bring the
parties to Geneva. Obviously,
any agreement has to be between
the parties concerned. We will act
as an intermediary when our
good offices will serve well, but I
am not trying to predispose our
own nation's attitude towards
what might be the ultimate
details of the agreement that
might mean so much to world
peace.
Question. I would like to try to
clarify the Israeli situation if I
might. A moment ago in an-
swering the question you spoke
of the possibility of substantial
withdrawal of Israeli control over
territory and then just a few
seconds later spoke of the pos-
sibility of minor territorial con-
cessions by the Israelis. What is
it exactly that you have in mind
here. Are you really talking about
some big withdrawals or are you
talking only about minor with-
drawals?
Answer. I don't think I used
the word minor withdrawals. I
think there might be minor
adjustments to the pre-1967
borders but that is a matter for
Israel and her neighbors to decide
between themselves. And I
believe that we will know by, I
would say, the middle of May
much more clearly the positions
of the interested parties. I have
not yet met nor talked to the
leaders of Lebanon, Syria,
Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia to a
lesser direct participation degree.
I will meet with all these leaders
between now and the middle of
May.
And I don't want to try to
define in any specific terms the
exact delineation of borders, but"
I think this is obviously one of
the most serious problems. There
are three basic elements: one is
an ultimate commitment to
complete peace in the Middle
East. Secondly border deter-
minations which are highly
controversial and have not yet
been defined by either side. And
third, dealing with the Pales
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don't know what an ultimate
settlement will be. But these
matters will be clearly and openly
debated within our own cquntry
and within the countries in-
volved. And I think I have
described as best as I can my own
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Friday, March 25,1977
The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
Fla. Senate Body Okays New Bill Against Boycott
TALLAHASSEE A
Senate Commerce Commit-
tee here has unanimously
passed a bill as amended
that is the strongest pro-
posal ever in dealing with
the Arab boycott against
Israel and Israeli-made
products in Florida.
Appearing before the
committee was Richard
Essen, chairman of the
Florida Region of the Anti-
Defamation League, with
an assist from Arthur
Teitelbaum, ADL regional
director, and Charles
Wittenstein, southern
counsel for the organization
in Atlanta.
THE BILL opposes negative
certificates of origin state-
ments required by Arab nations
and businessmen that products
and persons involved in their
ventures with Americans are not
made in Israel, and are not
Israelis or Jewish.
First Woman is Named
To Israel's Supreme Court
JERUSALEM (JTA) Judge Miriam Ben Porat has
become the first woman to serve on Israel's Supreme Court.
President Ephraim Katzir appointed her and Judge Shimshon
Asher to the highest judicial body to succeed retired Justices
Dr. Shimon Agranat and Zvi Berinson.
Mrs. Ben Porat was born in Russia, and immigrated in
1936. She worked in the Justice Ministry in 1948 and later
became Deputy State Attorney.
SHE SERVED on the Jerusalem District Court bench
since 1958 and was its president since 1975.
After her appointment she expressed confidence that other
women will follow her to the Supreme Court. But, Ben Porat
added, she did not see herself as a representative of women in
the court, just as the men did not sit on the bench in the service
of men only.
"All of us are here in the service of justice," she said.
Asher, who immigrated from Poland in 1933, was Deputy State
Attorney from 1949 to 1952. He was also a District Court judge
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there has been a tacit approval by
businessmen in Florida of the
negative certificates of origin
arrangement for a long time, even
in the face of the ADL litigation a
year and a half ago against the
Ormond Beach McGraw Con-
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placed ads in newspapers seeking
employment for projects in the
Middle East specifically
declaring that Jews would not be
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The bill as amended began
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Teitelbaum noted that the
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofdr of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 25,1977
Jewish Destiny Is
In Jewish Hands
Your CJA-IEF Supports these
agencies, services, .and more:
LOCAL &
AGENCIES
REGIONAL
B'nai B'rith Women
of Hollywood
B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization
Douglas Gardens
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County
South Florida Jewish
Community Centers
NATIONAL & OVERSEAS
SERVICE AGENCIES
American Association of
Jewish Education
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds
Dropsie University
Federated Council of
Israel Institutions
Jewish Braille Institute
North American Jewish
Students Appeal
National Jewish Welfare Board
United HI AS
NATIONAL COMMUNITY
RELATIONS & CULTURAL
AGENCIES
American Academic
Association for Peace in
The Middle East
America Israel Cultural
Foundation
American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Congress
Anti-Defamation League
B'nai B'rith National Youth
Jewish Labor Committee
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Jewish War Veterans
Joint Cultural Appeal
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council
Synagogue Council of America
JEWISH EDUCATION
PROGRAMS
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations
Broward Community College
Israel Study
Central Agency for
Jewish Education
Day Schools
High School in Israel/
Youth Mission
LOCAL PROGRAMS
Chaplaincy Program
Community Relations
Educational Events
Leadership Development
A JEWISH DAY CAMP IS an important part of a long summer day for a child. Right here in
this community, day camps, sponsored by the Jewish Community Centers of South Florida, are
supported by your gift to the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign of
the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
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What Your CJA-IEF Dollars Now Buy
Inflation in Israel and throughout the world is no respecter of human needs. Costs of Jewish Agency programs for immigrants in Israel
and of JDC programs for remnant Jewish communities elsewhere have risen from 6 to 28 percent over last year. Your increased gift
this year will reflect your growing understanding, compassion and sense of oneness with your fellow Jews.
A Gift of Provides
$36
One month's supplementary income for an
aged immigrant in Israel.
^OOU Payment for documentation expensesexit
. visas, passports, releases and travel papers
Jd/h for one new immigrant to Israel.
.JdfJQ One year's full tuition for a high school senior
. in Israel, enabling him to complete his studies
JfjiQ and graduate.
S55
Hot luncn for a full year for a child in a JDC
Day Care Center in Morocco.
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$850
A year's living expenses for an immigrant uni-
versity student, giving him the opportunity to
continue his studies.
jar
$85
One month's support for a child in a JDC kin-
dergarten in an Eastern European country.
.JfltflJ One year of care and lodging for an elderly
m immigrant in a Jewish Agency-supported
home for the aged.
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$165
Basic equipment and furnishings for a student
in a Youth Aliyah facility in Israel.
$1200
A three-month subsistence grantupon arrival
in Israelfor 10 new immigrant families,
helping them through the difficult transition
period.
$200
A one-year allocation to a pre-kindergarten for
a child in Israel.
^300 Six months of maintenance and hospital ization
#1 ir A m a Dr'vate institution for a mentally ill immi-
SL650 *rant requiring intensive care.
Basic household equipmentincluding furni-
ture and utensilsfor an immigrant family
arriving in Israel.
$250
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$4,000
A loan enabling a new immigrant to establish
his own business or workshop in an Israeli
development town.
$5160
$5100
The retraining and absorption of one immi-
grant physician by a hospital or public institu-
tion in Israel.
Payment for Transit Center servicesinclud-
ing room and board, counselling and medical
carefor 100 new immigrants en route to
Israel.
A four-year allocation to an Israeli university
for an immigrant student.
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# new immigrant families, including classes in
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$1*000
$15,600
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$28,000
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9
POVERTY IN ISRAEL living in misery in the land
of n Ik and honey with no nope for a decent level of
exis ence unless budget cuts can be restored to the
Jew >h Agency. Proper housing is only one of this
won nil's needs.
WIIJ SHE BE ABLE TO continue with her
eduction? Lack of funds has forced Israel to cut free
edui tt ion beyond the ninth grade. Our money will help
her M'fome an asset to the state rather than another
sUt ftic. Jewish education, here and abroad, is a prime
cob( rn as CJA-IEF seeks to preserve our ancient
htffcf*.
AAargulies Urges Unprecedented Support
For Campaign to Aid Israel, World Jewry
"Action, not rhetoric, is what will prevent
needless suffering in Israel and in countless
places throughout the world. And by action,
I mean raising enough money to help our
people wherever they may be living in need,"
Stanley Margulies, M.D., general campaign
chairman of the 1977 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward,
declared.
"STATISTICS ARE DRY; people are
tired of hearing about inflation. But numbers
become alive when they're translated into
actual examples of service we can provide if
we have enough money."
Margulies pointed out that it will take $36
this year to pay for what $25 bought last
year.
"If we want an elderly immigrant to live in
decency, in dignity, without the fear that
comes from want, we need $36 to help him for
one month. This supplementary income
actually will mean that much difference to an
aged person living in Israel," Margulies said.
"MULTIPLY THAT MODEST amount
by the thousands of dollars that it takes to
bring to Israel and absorb a single Jewish
family from the Soviet Union, and you can
see what we're up against.
"The Jews of South Broward have shown
that they care about our people by their
generosity in past campaigns. Now we're
facing a situation where we are calling upon
people to dig down deep and give even more
because the economic situation in Israel is
desperate," Margulies continued.
Describing the campaign table of
organization as one that encompasses almost
every aspect of human endeavor, Margulies
emphasized that many people in South
Broward are not giving at all or are giving
token contributions because they haven't
been solicited personally.
"ALTHOUGH WE HAVE an enormous
number of campaigners who personally coyer
cards and we conduct a direct mail campaign
as well as telephone solicitation, it is
humanly impossible to reach every Jewish
person in the South Broward area.
"With that in mind I am asking every
man, woman and child who has not given to
do so. If they have pledged already, they
should ask themselves if they are, in truth,
giving to the utmost of their abilities. Only if
each of us gives a capability gift will we be
able to meet our responsibilities."
Margulies called a strong, secure Israel a
pAn Editorial'
Don't Let It Happen Here
"I'd lovo to 00 over there to Auschwitz and just roll
around In tha dirt" an American neo-Nazi, approving
of tha murder of tha Six Million.
"Tell 'am who you hata. Go on, tall 'am" a mother
egging on a amall boy .
"Ah hata niggahs and Jews."
A scene from an old movla? No, a real-life scene,
straight from tha nlghtmara of present-day hata
mongarlng. This time, Nazi party mambars In
California, In an interview shown on "60 Minutes."
Tha segment, complete with hordes screaming "Hall
Hitler," of children learning karate, of men clad as
storm troopers wearing tha swastika, should, If
nothing else, have jarred every Jew Into waketulness.
Shown on a holiday weekend, Ironically com-
memorating tha birthdays of Washington and Lincoln,
the program should have sounded a clarion call to
every American who believes that this nation was
founded on the principles of freedom and justice for
all.
But, most especially, It should have put every
American Jaw on notice that a second Holocaust can
happen here unless all of us join together and
protect our tomorrows by acting today.
Give to the 1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund. Protect our heritage, preserve our
way of life, assure a future of freedom for our children.
"life insurance policy" for Jews who may
need a haven someday.
"THERE ARE PLACES on this earth
today, some often written about in the news-
papers and some only mentioned in obscure
publications, where Jewish people feel
ominous shadows closing in upon them. In
South America, rumblings of anti-Semitism
are becoming louder. In Soviet Russia, Jews
who want to emigrate are stripped of all
human dignity and are subjected to per-
secution. Right here in these United States
there are pockets of hate that surface and
show that even here we must be alert.
"If you have cards to cover, get them
signed. If you have not yet made a pledge, do
it now. And, most important of all," the
general campaign chairman stressed,
"making a commitment is just the first step.
Until the pledge is paid, CJA-IEF will not be
able to carry out its humanitarian work
throughout the world."
IN SICKNESS AND in health, he is oar brother. Our support provides him with modern
medical care.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 25,1977
This Passover:
Your pledge sends hope
Your cash sends strength
Along the Jewish Lifeline

Pty your pledge today.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
behind the Khaalis Klatch
Continued from Page 4
[flatfootedly accused "inter-
Inational Zionism" of having
Imasterminded the murder of his
children and the near-murder of
I his wife several years ago, who
Inow is irremediably injured by
[bullet wounds in her head.
Another is that a hostage in
the B'nai B'rith Building
reported that the invading ter-
I rorists were blatantly anti-
i Semitic, at which point CBS, the
only outlet that, to my
knowledge, let that revealing
interview onto the air, promptly
cut the hostage off in the middle
of his words almost as if bad
editing retained them in the
interview in the first place.
No, on the contrary, we are
meant to understand that, at odd
moments, the invaders were
either threatening or else super-
humanitarian, non-sectarian
style.
A THIRD is the triumvirate of
Arab Ambassadors who went
into the building to negotiate
with the Khaalis Klatch
Iranian, Pakistani and, of all
people, Egypt's Ashraf Ghorbal.
I say of all people because of
Ghorbal's past career in Latin
America as an Arab diplomat,
where his method of operation
was to encourage vitriolic anti-
Semitic sentiment wherever he
went, although both he and
Egypt have avidly denied it,
choosing instead to explain the
Ghorbal MO as anti-Zionist, not
anti-Semitic.
Imagine now, Ghorbal in the
B'nai B'rith Building in
Washington, D.C., successfully
pleading for the lives of all those
Jewish hostages held under the
Muslim scimitar (ax).
THE NET result of the
Khaalis case from the media
point of view is that this wasn't a
Jewish concern at all. The B'nai
B'rith Building is merely a dis-
tinguished Washington land-
mark, say, like the Capitol
Building itself, or the Jefferson
Memorial. After all, why not,
since Jews own everything
anyway?
The Kaalis case, according to
the media, merely amounted to
an internecine struggle in the
ranks of Mohammedanism itself.
After everybody sat down and
read the Koran, why then every-
body just got up and went home.
Allah is that soothing.
That's like saying Yasir Arafat
and George H abash have no real
differences between them that
the words of the Prophet won't
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Support Synagogue
iron out. The question is: which
prophet?
WHAT MUST be clear even to
the most obtuse observer is that
the Khaalis attack ran simul-
taneously with President Carter's
"defensible borders" position on
Israel in the course of Israel
Prime Minister Rabin's visit.
Whether or not the Ghorbals
among Araby ever come to ac-
cept this position, the Khaalis
Klatch will not, at the same time
that the "moderate" Arabs will
point out that, after all, three of
their number scored points by
imperiling their lives to enter a
Jewish building to plead for
Jewish lives.
What a propagandists coup
even in the wake of the
devastating Carter pro-
nunciamento on their strategy,
the Arabs won the day. Who, in
the end, is unreasonable, Cairo or
Jerusalem?
Anyway, what emerged out of
last week's events was the im-
plicit statement that the Johnny-
come-lately Khaalises are more
Muslim than the Prophet
Mohammed himself ever was.
They are as doctrinaire in the
word of the Koran, say, as
Habash is in the word of Mao.
IN ANY event, Koran-reading
at the B'nai B'rith Building may
have temporarily won for the
Ghorbal "moderates" a soothing
poultice upon the wounds of the
doctrinaire Khaalises who are
aching with the outrage, not only
of Zionism, but of the "defec-
ting" Muslim "moderates"
exemplified by the Ambassadors,
themselves.
And despite the division in
their ranks, for the whole lot of
them, it was a gratuitous demon-
stration to the world that what
they have been saying all along is
after all right it is only Zion-
ism they oppose, not individual
Jews. Furthermore, disaffected
though some of the Muslims may
appear to be in their ranks, they
are still brothers under the skin,
and don't you forget it.
So in the end, the Hanafi war is
already on, and its real enemies
are the Jews (Zionists). The
"moderates" may someday in the
name of the common cause of
commerce forget themselves and
the Koran and make some kind of
accommodation with the
Zionists. That, they'll worry
about when it happens, but we
are meant to understand that the
Hanafi attack on the Muslim
headquarters was designed to
forestall any such imminent Arab
Remember
Passover!
Remember
Millers!
sell-out.
IN DILUTING the sig-
nificance of the Khaalis case, the
media have done us no service.
They have joined the government
in its specialized treatment of
Khaalis for example, releasing
him on his own recognizance.
Both the government and the
media have told us it was all just
a bad joke, and that it's over
now.
There is precedent for this sort
of sweeping things under the
carpet until the stink overwhelms
us. Despite mounting evidence as
to what really occurred in the
first Kennedy killing and in the
King killing, President Carter
himself just the other day told us
it would be better to let sleeping
dogs lie.
RECKONED in these terms,
particularly in the Khaalis case,
we can no longer criticize France
for having let Abu Daoud go.
Ours is the far greater crime.
Officially, we do not recognize
that the first shot against
American Jews and Jewish insti-
tutions has already been fired,
and that the Middle East war
staged on the streets of America
is just warming up.
All we have been dealing with
so far are boycott bills. But now,
the heavy ordnance is being
deployed.
HARTFORD (JTA) A
group of non-Jews has rallied to
support a new synagogue in the
township of Norfolk which the
local Planning and Zoning Com-
mission tried to close down and
now limits the days when
religious services may be held.
The case, involving Beit
Havurah, is before the Common
Pleas Court, the Connecticut
Jewish Ledger reported.
The congregation was estab-
lished in 1975 by a group of
young Jewish professionals. It
became embroiled in a contro-
versy with neighbors who ob-
jected to the use of their 18-room
house as a religious retreat.
THE ZONING Commission
denied the congregation access to
the building on grounds that it
was "not a house of worship."
That ruling was overturned by
the Zoning Board of Appeals.
A letter signed by some 30
community members, most of
them non-Jews, protested what
they termed "thoughtless
violation of First Amendment
religious rights."
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 26, 1977
Question: Why is the Sephardi
pronunciation of Hebrew used in
Israel rather than the Ashkenazi?
Weren't there more Ashkenazim
than Sephardim in Palestine at
the time modern Hebrew came
into usage?
Ray Boardman
East Brunswick, N. J.
Answer: The development and
growth of the Hebrew language
took place over more than 4,000
years. Historically it can be
divided into the following
periods: 1) Pre-Biblical, 2)
Biblical, 3) Mishnaic,
4) Medieval, 5) Modern.
In addition, the growth of the
Hebrew language can be traced
through the development of
1) the spoken word, 2| creation of
the alphabet and various scripts,
3) vocabulary, 4) spelling,
5) vowel systems, 6) pronun-
ciation and others.
The development of modern
Hebrew is the concern of the
institution called Vaad ha-lashon
ha-Ivrit (Hebrew Language
Council). It was founded in Jeru-
salem in 1890 by Eliezer Ben-
Yehuda, David Yell in and others,
as a branch of the Hebrew
speaking society and was re-
organized as an independent
body in 1904. It has helped to
establish modern Hebrew ter-
minology and usage. In 1953 its
functions were transferred to the
newly formed Academy of
Hebrew language.
Eliezer Ben-Yehuda
(Perelman) (1858-1922) is con-
sidered to be the father of modern
Hebrew, and one of the first
active Zionist leaders. Born in
Lithuania, he went to Paris in
1878 to study medicine. In 1881
Ben-Yehuda settled in Jerusalem.
He was inspired with a vision
that Hebrew could once again
live as a spoken language.
"At first he was thought an
idle dreamer, but slowly and
surely, something of the fire that
burned within him spread to his
friends and neighbors, and to
wider and wider circles, until in a
few years almost all Jews in
Israel were speaking Hebrew.
One of the greatest miracles of all
modern times had come to pass.
This was the very first time in all
human history that a language
which ceased being spoken in
ancient times, came back to life
on the lips of men and women and
little children." (How the Hebrew
Language Grew, by Edward
Horowitz, p.6)
"Ben-Yehuda recalls the dayt
when all the various pronun-
Askaee
By Abc halpcRn
ciationa of Hebrew were heard in
Jerusalem 'from the Lithuanian
to the Sephardi, from the
Volynian to the Yemenite and the
Persian.' The necessity to estab-
lish a standard pronunciation
was under discussion for some
time. At a meeting of teachers in
1885, for example, it was decided
to teach Ashkenazi Hebrew for
the first two years in Ashkenazi
schools and then switch to
Sephardi pronunciation, while in
Sephardi schools the opposite
should be done in 'order that
they know both.' By 1912,
however, Ben-Yehuda continues,
'by the nature of things the
Oriental pronunciation, the one
living among the Sephardim, had
become dominant, and from
Jerusalem it spread to all
speakers of Hebrew in the
country.' (Encyclopaedia
Judaica, vol.16, p. 16451
A question always arises, what
is the correct pronunciation, is it
Sephardi or Ashkenazi? A
corollary to this question is the
problem of what pronunciation is
to be used in the United States.
William Chomsky, in his book,
Hebrew the Eternal Language,
states the following: "Which of
these pronunciations are we to
adopt? The answer cannot be
given on a basis of correctness,
but on that of expedience and
status. If we regard Israel as the
spiritual center of Judaism and
want to establish and maintain
ntimate contact with that
country we should perhaps adopt
the Israeli pronunciation of the
language .
"As a matter of fact, there is
no uniform Sephardic pro-
nunciation, just as there is no
single Ashkenazic pronunciation.
There are several phonetic
variations in each of these
pronunciations. There are wide
divergencies in the Ashkenazic
pronunciation among the Jews of
Germany, Galicia, Poland, the
Ukraine and America. There are
also a number of phonetic
variations in the Sephardic
pronunciation.
"It is certainly incorrect to
maintain that the present
pronunciation of Hebrew in Israel
is purely Sephardic. It is, in
effect, composed of both Ash-
Former CBS Newsman Sch
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kenazic and Sephardic elements,
with a predominance of
Sephardic features only in the
pronunciation of the vowels and
the letter taw. It would take us
too far afield to discuss here the
phonetic deviations in the Israeli
pronunciation from that em-
ployed by the Sephardic Jews of
Morocco, Gibraltar, the Balkans,
or Iraq. In all likelihood, the
pronunciation of Hebrew in Israel
itself is bound to 1 s influenced by
all the significant immigrant
groups of which its present
population is composed." (p. 115-
116)
In Jerusalem in the year 1856
there were 4,000 Sephardim
comprising Jews from all over the
Orient, and only about 1,700
Ashkenazim. By 1880 the
proportion of Ashkenazic Jews
increased and grew to 6,660. But
they were still a minority as com-
pared to the 7,200 Sephardic and
Oriental Jews. The Sephardic
community enjoyed a political
status accorded them by the
Ottoman rulers of the country,
which enhanced their prestige in
the eyes of the Ashkenazic
minority.
Moreover, the Sephardic group
was regarded as the more in-
digenous and their pronunciation
of Hebrew as the more original
and authentic, especially since it
resembled that of Arabic in a
good many respects.
"Furthermore, the young
Zionist immigrants in their desire
to cut themselves loose from the
Galut (land of the exile), were
eager to discard the Ashkenazic
pronunciation in which they were
reared and which they viewed as
the symbol of the Galut spirit.
Consequently, they adopted the
Sephardic pronunciation with
slight modifications." (ibid,
pi 14)
Editor's note: Please send
questions to:
ASK ABE
c / o Jewish Federation of
South Hreward
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Florida 33020
Charge CIA Censored
'73 War Predictions
BOSTON (JTA) Former CBS News correspondent
Daniel Schorr charged here that the failure by the U.S. Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA) to predict the Yom Kippur War in
1973 was attributable to bias against Israel within that
organization. Schorr made the charge in an address at the
Leadership Event of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of
Greater Boston last week according to Josh Hyatt,
correspondent for the Jewish Advocate of Boston.
In a speech in which he excoriated the CIA for "over
concern with secrecy and living beyond the Constitution"
which "makes them a rotten intelligence agency."
SCHORR CLAIMED the CIA could have warned against
the impending Arab attack on Israel. "Although the CIA had
listening posts in southern Jordan which perceived a change in
command communications and its satellites had corroborating
photographs of fresh troop movements, the anti-Israel spirit
within its Middle East desk deterred a prediction of an ap-
parently imminent full-scale war," Schorr said.
Hyatt reported that Schorr noted further that a high CIA
official was forced to resign because he insisted on fair treat-
ment for Israel on intelligence relating to the Mideast. This
same official had been overruled by Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger when he recommended that the agency's head visit
the Old City of Jerusalem.
KISSINGER MAINTAINED this would "upset" the
Arabs because the area which they disputed was in Israel's
hands, Schorr said. Schorr was forced to resign from CBS last
year after he released a leaked House committee's intelligence
report on unlawful CIA activities and refused to disclose his
sources.
Prior to joining CBS in 1955, Schorr had been a reporter for
the New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency. In 1973 he received an Emmy
Award for his coverage of the Watergate episode.

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Hday, March 25, 1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Pagei:
2 Soviet Jewish Activists Seized
Enroute to United States Embassy
Two Jewish activists were
bized by Soviet plainclothes
plice while beifig escorted to the
rS. Embassy in Moscow by an
imerican diplomat, the Student
Itruggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ)
ppbrted.
Prof. Benjamin Fein, who was
Chairman of the aborted Moscow
Icwish Cultural Symposium last
pecember and his companion,
jbsif Begun, were released last
light after several hours' deten-
tion at different police stations,
he SSSJ said.
ACCORDING to the SSSJ the
Lwo had an appointment at the
Embassy to present documents
about the symposium and an
appeal on Jewish emigration
rights to be conveyed to the U.S.
Congressional Committee which
monitors Soviet compliance with
the human rights provisions of
the 1975 Helsinki Agreements.
Hills Chapter Forms For Brandeis Women
A new chapter of the Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee is forming in the
Hollywood Hills area.
New officers include: Joye
Brahms, president: Mrs. Murray
Inker, vice president: Diane
Bergheim, treasurer; Marilyn
Stattfield, recording secretary,
and Grace Stein, study group
chairperson.
A session on preparing
Rep. Dyer To Attend
Energy Conference
Rep. Harold Dyer, D.-Holly-
wood, chairman of the House
Energy Subcommittee, will go to
Washington to attend the
National Conference of State
legislatures Energy Task Force.
Legislators from all fifty states
will hear James Schlesinger
speak about the direction of the
President's energy policy and the
role the states will play.
"This conference is an ex-
ceptional opportunity to discuss
first-hand the national and in-
dividual state energy situations,"
said Rep. Dyer.
USAF Reunion Set
The 303rd Bomb Group and
attached units of the 8th Air
Force, World War II. will hold its
second reunion at Colorado
Springs, Colo., on Aug. 25
through 28.
" The Reunion Committee, Pem-
broke Pines Branch, is trying to
locate 303rd Groupers.
Information is available upon
request. CM. Sgt. (Ret.) Joseph
Vieira is treasurer.
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Passover hors d'oeuvres will be
led by Libby Strauss on March
29, at noon, at the home of Sandy
Hoffman.
On April 12, a guided tour of
the Lowe Museum will begin at
11 a.m. This tour will be in con-
junction with the study group,
"Modern Art: The 20th Cen-
tury.'' Contact Mrs. Murray
Inker for reservations.
They were escorted by Larry C.
Napper, third secretary at the
Embassy. The escort was neces-
sary because Moscow police who
guard the Embassy bar entry to
any Soviet national without
official authorization.
The SSSJ said the plain-
clothesmen hustled Fein and
Begun into cars, ignoring
Napper's explanation that they
were expected at the Embassy.
They told Napper that the two
Jews were "dangerous
criminals."
Fein and Begun were inter-
rogated at different police
stations for about six hours
before they were released.
THE SYMPOSIUM on Jewish
Culture that Fein helped organize
last year was banned by the
Soviet government on grounds
that it was an anti-Soviet ac-
tivity. Most of the organizers
were placed under house arrest
and visas were denied to scholars
from abroad who had planned to
participate. The symposium
convened nevertheless but was
forced to adjourn after a brief
meeting. Fein and Begun have
been refused exit visas to
emigrate to Israel.
Rush Named To
David H. Rush, president of
ACR Electronics in Hollywood,
has been appointed an associate
general chairman of the 1977-78
United Way campaign. The an-
nouncement was made by Philip
N. Cheaney, campaign chairman.
A resident of
Tamarac, Rush
will coordinate
the fund-raising
drive among
such major busi-
nesses as finan-
cial, retail, com-
mercial, indus-
trial and utilities.
According to
RUSH
Rush, "I
am
United Way Post
pleased to have this opportunity
to work with United Way
towards the betterment of Brow-
ard County."
Active in civic affairs for many
years, Rush, a member of United
Way's board of directors, is an
honorary trustee of Broward
Community College, serves on
the executive board of the South
Florida Council of Scouting, and
is chairman-elect for the Greater
Hollywood Chamber of Com-
merce. He is also a committee
member for the Fort Lauderdale -
Hollywood Airport Negotiation
Committee and is a member of
the National Aeronautics
Association.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 25, 19T7
Hi-Rises
Spirited
For J A-IEF
;W
Abe Schutz (left) and Samuel Samuel of the
Beacon Towers pledge their support to the 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Plaza Towers gathered to honor Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lutzker
and Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Prouse for "dedicated and
humanitarian service to the Jewish people. Congratulating the
honorees are (from left) Lila Brecker, Leon Lutzker, Sara
Lutzker, Dorothy Prouse, Emanuel Prouse and Joseph
Deutsch.
Sea Edge residents gathered to demonstrate
their moral and financial commitment to Israel
and to the 1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward are (from left)
Bert Shapiro, Anne GreenwaU and Herman
Schulman.
Demonstrating their commitment to the Jewish people around
the world are residents of Parker Towers (from left) Dorothy
Karchman; Ed Gunsten; Sam Rabkin; Al Golden, the guest
speaker; and Sam Levy.
We
Are
One
Pledging their dollars and hearts to the Jewish State and to Jews the world
over are Olympus residents (from left) Henry Witriol; Meyer Reizman; Gladys
Witus; Col. Amos Neeman, the guest speaker; Emanuel M. Cohen and Harry
Liebman.
:
At Imperial Towers, Mrs. Maurice Bisgyer was
honored for decades of service to the Jewish
people at home and abroad. Congratulating
Mrs. Bisgyer (second from left) are (from left)
Herbert Guild, Herman Salners and Walter
Gartner.
Sea Air residents were fortunate to hear
Cynthia Zegar, a prisoner at Entebbe, tell of her
experiences. Gathered on behalf of the CJA-
IEF are (from left) Herman Oilman; Cynthia
Zegar; Stanley Margulies, M.D., 1977 CJA-
IEF campaign general chairman; and Steve
Greenfield.
Erwin Colton and Charles Wolfe were honored
for long years of dedicated Jewish communal
tSTu r!tth,eoS^a,gar and Gathered on
behalf of the 1977' CJA-IEF are (from left. Sara
Schecter Erwin Colton, Al Goldberg, Adeline
Davis and Charjes Wolfe.


ly, March 25, 1977
The Jewish Floridiqn and Shpfar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
Rabins In South Florida

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vin Miller and Sid Samuels
le been selected to receive the
kt'l Solidarity Award at a
Iht in Israel Monday evening,
rch 28, at 8 o'clock, under
pices of the Bermuda Mar*
jue Jamaica Israel Bond
imittee to be held in the
pal ion hall.
leading preparations for the
It is Sid Bornstein. who
junced that Kmil Cohen,
kd American-Jewish folk
rorist and raconteur, will be
featured entertainer. Bor-
|in pointed out that Kmil
en has starred in major hotels
theaters throughout the
'ligious Directory
NORTH BROWARD
>LE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Ive. Reform (44).
kRAC JEWISH CENTER. 9104
St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Imerman. (44A)
MIRAMAR
EL TEMPLE. 6*20 SW 35th St.
Iservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Itor Abraham Kester. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
LE IN THE PINES. 1J9 Talt St.
tervative. Rabbi Sidney I. Lubin.
mtwwmmtmtmm
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Time
PLANTATION
ITATION JEWISH CONGRE-
ION. 400 S. Nob HIM 3d. Rabbi
Ion J. Harr. (44)
INSTRUCTIONS SVNA-
1UE. 7473 NW 4th St. (69)
HALLANDALE
INDALE JEWISH CENTER. 414
,8th Ave. Conservative. Cantor
lb Danziger. (12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
NE 12nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
P. Kinasley. Cantor Irving
lies. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 2nd
Conservative. Rabbi Max
nan. (47B)
, EL TEMPLE. 1151 S. 14th Ave.
rm. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. As
I Rabbi Jonathan Woll. (4S)
SHALOM TEMPLE. 4401 Arthur
| Conservative. Rabbi Morton
vsky. Cantor Irving Gold. (44)
TEMPLE, till Johnson St.
brvatlve. Rabbi David Shapiro.
r Yehuda HaTlbraun. (4$)
TEMPLE. SIN Sheridan St.
I. Rabbi Robert Frazin. (47C)
ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
Stirling Road. Oaks Condomin
Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe bom
Rachel Shapiro of Hollywood,
a founder of Temple Beth
Shalom, its Sisterhood and its
religious and day schools, died
late last month at the age of
80. The Jewish National Fund
honored her posthumously,
and her husband, Jack, earlier
this month, heeding her re-
quest. Mrs. Shapiro was a
Hollywood resident for 26
vear
IBRODIE
>uquet of roses is presented to Mrs. Yitzhak Rabin (right),
of the Prime Minister of Israel, upon her arrival with him
[Miami, by Irma Rochlin, Women's Division chairman for
ith Broward Israel Bonds. The Rabins flew to South Florida
meetings with President Carter in Washington, D.C. for
1977 Israel Bonds International Inaugural Dinner.
Bonds to Honor Miller, Samuels
country and has been seen on
numerous television programs.
Miller and Samuels have been
active in South Florida on behalf
of many community causes since
moving here. Miller is a native of
Baltimore and a graduate of
Johns-Hopkins University, as
well as the University of Mary-
land, and has held office in many
national organizations including
UJA and State of Israel Bonds.
Samuels, formerly of Glen
Cove, L.I., was recently honored
by UJA as a founding patron
since its inception in the '30s. He
was also honored by the Glen
Cove Israel Bonds for his leader-
ship since the inception of the
Bond program.
Greeting Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel upon his
arrival in a presidential plane at the Miami International
Airport is William Littman (right), chairman of Israel Bonds
Broward County Board of Governors. Prime Minister Rabin
flew to Miami to attend the 1977 Israel Bonds International
Inaugural Dinner following a series of conferences with
President Carter in Washington, D.C. At left is Israeli Consul
General for the Southeast United States, Nahum Astar.
JDC Offers Aid To Rumania
Continued from Page 1
more severely and two synagogues in a nearby city were
reported destroyed.
The J DC-supported Kosher canteen has been closed
because gas is not available for cooking. However, the gas
lines may be open within a few days and the canteen will
be opened immediately on an emergency basis. Matzo and
other Passover supplies were not damaged. Sufficient
quantitites were sent by JDC in January and February to
assure a Kosher Passover for all of Rumania's Jews.
In a message to Dr. Moses Rosen, chief rabbi of
Rumania and president of the Federation of Jewish Com-
munities of Rumania, JDC expressed condolences and also
offered additional assistance to the Jewish community
over and above the $3.28 million the JDC will spend on
health, welfare and other assistance programs this year.
Rabbi and Mrs. Rosen were unharmed but their apart-
ment was damaged.
There are about 60,000 Jews in Rumania, of whom
40,000 live in Bucharest. JDC-supported programs which
are financed by the 1977 CJA-IEF aid about 16,000 of
Rumania's Jews, most of them aged and ill.
Brodie Going To
School in Israel
Debbie Brodie, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Myron Brodie o
Hoi ly wood,
is currently at-
tending the High
School at K'far
Saba, Israel. She
is one of a group
of 40 students
from throughout
the United
States to take
part in an in-
depth study of
the history of the
Jewish people.
The High School at K'far Saba
is a year-round quinmester
program which aims to acquaint
the students with the birthplace
of western culture and
civilization. The program
combines classroom study of
historical, archeological, literary,
biblical and geographical sources
with on-the-spot study of Israel's
historical sites. Each participant
jams high school credits.
The program has been en-
dorsed locally by the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward. The
next session begins April 24.
Applications are now being
accepted for that session as well
as for the July 3 session.
Information can be obtained by
calling Sumner Kaye at the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Seder, Lunch Set
At Temple Sinai
Temple Sinai's annual Kosher
Congregational Seder will take
place on Saturday evening, April
2 in the Haber Karp Hall.
Temple Sinai's annual Donor
Luncheon takes place at noon on
April 20 at the Diplomat Hotel.
AJCongress Chapter
To Hear Lecturer
American Jewish Congress,
Hallandale Chapter, will feature
lecturer Paula Malamude at its
next meeting on Monday, March
28,12:30 p.m. at Galahad South.
Ms. Malamude will talk on
"Coping with the Problems of the
Mature Person."
Lebanese
Christian
Donation
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Israel Voluntary Defense Fund
has received a donation of $3,000
from a Lebanese Christian
woman. She sent in a check
saying that her brother had been
treated at the "good fence" on
the Israel-Lebanon border.
The fund has also announced
the receipt of the largest single
donation, IL 300,000. It came
from Shmuel and Yocheved
Aharonowitz, the parents of
Yitzhak Aharonowitz, who was
the captain of the "Exodus," the
famed ship that sought to bring
in illegal immigrants to Palestine
in 1947.
The Aharonowitzes said their
four children are well off and they
don't need the money which was
deposited in a bank.
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jlume 7 Number 6
Friday, March 25,1977
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jnagogues Damaged
11 Jews Known Dead in Rumania Earthquake
NEW YORK (JTA) At
east 11 Jews are known to have
rished in the earthquake which
levastated Rumania, according
Rabbi Arthur Schneier,
Spiritual leader of the Park East
synagogue, who received this
i formation in a call from Dr.
loses Rosen, chief rabbi of
lumania.
In addition, three synagogues
In Bucharest were badly
Damaged and two synagogues in
irayova, some 150 miles
joutheast of Bucharest, were
completely demolished, Rosen
lold Schneier.
SOME Passover food supplies
vere also destroyed when the
warehouse in which they were
Stored was demolished. An effort
(o replace the supplies is now
iinder way.
Schneier, who is also the
president of the Appeal of
Conscience Foundation, said that
among the 11 Jews known so far
to have been killed were three
intellectuals sumamed Prof.
Marcu and Mr. and Mrs.
Porambu, both writers.
Funeral arrangements were
being made this morning for the
11 dead and searches were being
conducted in the rubble of
Bucharest to find other victims.
The earthquake, Rosen reported,
left many Jewish families
without homes.
ROSEN said it might be days
before all the Jews who perished
in Bucharest and other cities
could be found and identified
among the estimated 750 bodies
found so far. There is also
thought to be many Jews among
the reported 5,645 injured, nearly
half of them seriously. It is
believed that the final death toll
will be between 1,000 and 2,000 in
Bucharest alone.
Schneier said that Rosen told
him that the main synagogue in
Bucharest, the Choral Syna-
gogue, though badly damaged
was used for Sabbath services
during which Rosen offered
prayers for the well-being of the
community.
The Malbin and Central
Synagogues in Bucharest were
too damaged to be used for
Sabbath services.
FOUR Jewish community
buildings in Rumania's capital
were also totally destroyed.
Those synagogues that were not
too badly damaged will be used
as temporary housing quarters
for Jews who lost their homes.
IPassover Message From
ewish Federation Of
ISouth Broward President
By Lewis E. Cohn
COHN
Every Jewish holiday is a time for remem-
bering that we are one people, and that we have
survived throughout history by standing
| together, by helping one another.
Next weekend, Jews the world over celebrate
IPassover, a time for remembering. We will
I remember the Egyptian Pharoahs who used
Jewish slave labor to do the grueling task of
building their pyramids. And we will remember
Moses, who through God, was able to deliver the
[.Jewish people out of slavery and bondage to the
promised land.
1'assover is a holiday that binds us together as
I. family, determined to help each other against
Pharaohs in many guises. And so we celebrate
bis festive occasion with the traditional Seder,
lit s special foods and cups of wine grateful to
|t he Eternal God for the many blessings which are
In the path of Moses, we will not forget our
people in Israel, in Russia, in other lands and here
at home. We will house our immigrants, teach our
children and care for our aged and infirm. We will
help those who are deprived and persecuted. We
will sustain our poor and elderly, our troubled
children, our broken families.
At Passover, we remember that by helping
others we also help ourselves. And as we
remember, we call upon our dedicated friends to
join with us in this year's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign ... to
give generously and to volunteer to be neighbors
visiting neighbors on behalf of all in our family
who need our help wherever they may live.
Let us remember that remembering is not
enough. By your acts of sharing you bring
happiness not only to others but to yourself. May
you and your dear ones have a happy and
meaningful Pesach.
AJCong. Takes U.S. Ruling to Court
Now before the U.S. Court of
Appeals for the District of
Columbia is the American Jewish
Congress v. Vance. Issue in-
volved is whether the govern-
ment can eiiter into agreements
Soviets Block Import of Matzo
The Jewish Federation of South Broward has officially protested
the ban on matzo importation to the Soviet Union. Elaine Pittell,
chairman of the JFSB Soviet Jewry Committee, said that letters of
protest have been written to Soviet authorities as well as to the U.S.
Secretary of State and other government officials.
According to Mrs. Pittell, Soviet authorities have banned im-
portation of bread-type products by parcel post, a move that primarily
will affect the Jewish community, which uses unleavened bread
matzo in the Passover celebration.
A postal official confirmed that a decree issued Feb. 22 by the
Ministry for Foreign Trade and the Ministry of Communications
banned the import of pasta and bread products.
The official said the ban also applied to matzo or unleavened
bread the only type of bread that practicing Jews are allowed to eat
during the week-long Passover observation.
The official added, when questioned, that parcels from abroad
containing unleavened bread no longer were being delivered to Soviet
Jews and confirmed that in the past many such parcels had been
delivered.
From 1960 until 1S68 the making of matzo by public bakeries was
forbidden by Soviet law and Jews around the world mounted cam-
jwigns to mail tons of the bread to their faithful in the Soviet Union. |
with foreign nations that result in
religious discrimination against
American citizens.
In a reply brief, AJCongress
seeks to block a Federal District
Court ruling dismissing its suit
against four top federal officials
charging them with violating the
constitutional rights of American
Jews who are excluded from
participating in government-
supported programs in Saudi
Arabia because of their religion.
Continuing its inquiry into
implementation of the provisions
of the 1975 Helsinki accords, the
Commission on Security and Co-
operation in Europe will conduct
public hearings this week on the
policies and practices of the
United States and Warsaw Pact
nations toward movement of
people for the purposes of family
reunification and marriage.
The hearings are meant to help
focus attention on some of the
obstacles which certain signatory
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JDC Offers $30,000 Aid
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee,
supported by the South Broward Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, has advised President
Nicolae Ceausescu of Rumania that it is prepared to
contribute $30,000 for general earthquake relief.
In a cable to President Ceausescu the JDC expressed
sympathy at the loss of life and destruction of property
and offered the $30,000 sum for the "relief of all victims of
this terrible catastrophe."
Over 1,500 lives were reported to have been lost and
wide sections of Bucharest were devastated by the violent
quake which hit Rumania on Friday evening, March 4.
Areas outside of Bucharest were not as badly damaged. A
number of Jews were among those killed and injured.
Buildings and apartment houses have suffered severe
damage and many are homeless. The Choral Synagogue
suffered some damage but was open for Sabbath services.
Four smaller synagogues in Bucharest were damaged
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Community Plea for Passover Funds
"Funds are sorely needed to buy Passover foods for needy
Jewish families, patients in institutions and nursing homes,"
declared Dr. Meron Levitats, chairman of the Chaplaincy
Committee of the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
According to Dr. Levitats, the Chaplaincy Committee
prepares special packages of Passover foods and distributes
them to all Jews in need who are area shut-ins. "It is essential to
provide our Jewish brothers with these foods, because, without
our help, they would not be able to properly observe the Pesach
holiday," he said.
"The survival of our heritage depends on our continuing
effort to make it meaningful," Dr. Levitats explained, "and
we're appealing to the community at large to help us in our once-
a-year effort. Just think what a box of matzo can mean to a
Jewish person who cannot afford it," he added.
CONTRIBUTIONS MAY BE SENT TO THE
CHAPLAINCY COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH
FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, 2838 HOLLYWOOD
BLVD.. HOLLYWOOD, FLA. 33020.
Hi-Rises Winding Up
C JA-IEF Campaigning
After several months of intensive campaigning on behalf of
the 1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign of the Jewish Federation of South Broward, area hi-
rise condominiums and apartments are winding up their formal
meetings held to benefit the world-wide humanitarian effort.
Although campaigning will continue to make sure that all
pledge cards are covered, the following residences have closed
the 1977 Hi-Rise effort:
PARKER PLAZA
Residents of Parker Plaza met to honor Paul Nestel for his
long years of humanitarian service to Israel and the Jewish
people all over the world. Judge Joseph S. Deutsch was
chairman of the building's brunch meeting. Cochairman was Eli
Baum.
CLIFTON APARTMENTS
Prof. Eugene Weiner of the University of Haifa was the
guest speaker when dwellers of Clifton Apartments gathered on
behalf of the 1977 CJA-IEF. Campaign Chairman for the
building was Harold Singer.
GOLDEN HORN
Golden Horn residents met on behalf of the campaign to
help world-wide Jewry and heard Ambassador Yaakov Avnon,
former Israeli ambassador to Sierra Leone and the Philippines,
discuss the latest situation in the Middle East. Cochairmen of
the building's drive are Irving Berger, Elmer Levenson and Dr.
George Pollack.
AVANT GARDE
On March 27, residents of Avant Garde will meet in
memory of Boris Kozba, and will pledge support of world Jewry
at a brunch on behalf of the 1977 CJA-IEF. Cochairmen for the
campaign are Charles Fisher and Alfred Shaffer.
PARKER DORADO
March 27 at 11 a.m., Parker Dorado residents will meet to
pledge their support to the CJA-IEF which helps meet the needs
of worldwide Jewry. Chairman is Norman Gordon.