The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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13 v. : ill. ;
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English
Publisher:
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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

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Hume 7 Number 8
Friday. April 22. 1977
Price 25 Cents
Bikel To
Star Here
In Musical
CJA-IEF Campaign Continues
Campaign Leaders to Be
Honored at Awards Fte
THEODORE BIKEL
"THE NIGHT SHALL SHINE AS THE DAY" is the theme
j of a live musical production starring actor Theodore Bikel, 7:30
p.m., Sunday evening, May 15, at the Hollywood Band Shell in
Young Circle, Hollywood.
Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of South Broward, the
show, open to the public, will depict the similarities of American
and Jewish heritage, and will celebrate the climax of the 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign run
by the Federation.
Phyllis Kraemer. chairman of the event, said the show will
include other professional performers as well as local talent.
"We are fortunate to have obtained Bikel and his show for our
community." Mrs. Kraemer declared. "There is no doubt that
he is o general practitioner in the world of art."
Theodora Bikel is an actor of stage, screen and television, a
lull, singer, guitarist, lecturer and author. Mrs. Kraemer said
I lie show will be n gala evening's entertainment which will be
preceded by a display of booths representing each constituent
agency of the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
THE NIGHT SHALL SHINE AS THE DAY" is being
produced by Issachar Miron. composer, educator, writer and
producer-director. There will be no admission charge.
&
Campaign leadership and apart-
ment condominium chairmen
will be honored 10 a.m., Sunday,
April 24. at the 1977 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund annual awards
brunch, to be held at Temple
Beth Shalom, Hollywood.
The brunch marks the closing
days of the 1977 humanitarian
campaign sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. May 15 is the cam-
paign's official closing.
Four special awards will be
given for outstanding community
achievement. They are the
"Hyman and Belle Schlafer
Young leadership Award," to be
presented to a young man or
woman in the community;
"Norman and Nancy Atkin Out-
standing leadership Award," to
be presented to a man or woman
in the community regardless of
age who has shown outstanding
leadership in the past year:
"June Gordon Young Women's
Leadership Award," to be
presented to an outstanding
young woman in the community
and the "Arlene Pritcher
Memorial Award," to be
presented to an outstanding
Women's Division leader.
Institute to Probe Aging Problems
i
I i Tamar.i R. Cohen will he
guest moderator at the
wish Federation of South
nn\aril's Jewish Family Insti-
jii'v panel discussion on the
I'mblems nl Aging" to hJ held
m p.m.. Sunday, May I, ul
|'i inple Sinai. I lollywnod.
I )r Cohen, ;i Hollywood pay-
Hmlngisi. will also discuss the
Psychology ol Aging."
\No nn the panel are: Miriam
tiiiinsky. director of the South
Bench Jewish Community
nter, who will discuss the
'leasures of Aging"; Iteva
t'exler, director of the Jewish
federation of South Broward
omen's Division, who will
pscribe the "Projections for the
future" of the retired citizens of
South Broward: and Melvin E.
.einstein. a tax attorney, who
Mil discuss the "Legalities of
iging."
ROSE MARIE Goodman,
thairman, explained the event
ks both an aid to the elderly
adapting to cultural change,
kml also as an aid to the young
ho are responsible for these
ihanges.
' Retirement is not to be taken
lightly." she explained; "it can
peate trauma and feelings of
ejection which must be dealt
kvith and overcome, for a return
family and community in-
volvement."
Mrs. Goodman said, "Allot us
are concerned w il h the future and
what il will liring. The program
w ill focus on providing the proper
environment for humani/.ation of
I he elderly and I heir needs."
Mrs. Goodman has been
assisted by Nancy Khrlich.
chairman-hostesses: Gladys
Abram. chairman-evaluations:
Rochelle Kocnig, chairman-regis-
tration and Carol Morgenstein.
chairman- invitat ions.
Planning for Jewish Family Institute's "Problems of Aging"
Seminar, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, to be held 7:30 p.m.. May 1 at Temple Sinai in Holly-
wood, are (from left) Selma Hopen; Rose Marie Goodman,
chairman; Dr. Tamara Cohen and Carol Morgenstein.
"OUR CAMPAIGN does not
end on April 24. The campaign is
not just a fund-raising activity,
but an act of heightened Jewish
consciousness. 11 is an expression
of irreversible Jewish commit-
ment and unity." declared Stan-
ley Margulies, M.D.. 1977
campaign general chairman.
Margulies said he is thankful
for the complete support he has
received from all of the campaign
workers. Adding, "only with
continued giving can we insure
the future of Israel."
"Israel's economy." Margulk-s
said, "is burdened with enormous
defense costs, currency
devaluation and an inflation rate
of :ir> percent, just to name a few.
Israel, without natural resources,
must depend on skills, know-
how, specialization and modern
insights to build its economy and
compote in world markets."
"THESE GOALS cannot be
achieved." Margulies added,
"without total support from the
South Broward community.
Israel is calling on us for sus-
tenance at a time when the prob-
lems of providing adequate
housing for new immigrants and
rising food costs are of most ur-
gent consideration."
Margulies said that with every
increase to Israel's economic con-
cerns, whether il Ik- education,
health services, immigrant
housing or social welfare ser-
vices, our help is needed even
more than ever. Adding, "the
combined efforts ol marly 1.500
CJA-IEF campaign workers and
the continued giving of every
South Broward resident have
been most valuable in helping
Israels vision for tomorrow,
become a reality.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division will hold its award lun-
cheon in conjunction with the
installation of the 1977-78 of-
ficers and board, at noon on May
Hi, at the Emerald Hills Country
Club. Hollywood Kleanor
Wcincr and Louise Diamoml are
cochairmen of the event. Mrs.
Diamond said all of the women
are looking forward to an exciting
anil productive year ahead
Bonn's Peace Hope
-Before Rabin Quit

By CHRISTIAN SCHOENE
In Civrmun TriblUU
Israel really is in an unenviable
position at present. The united
Stales has announced that by the
terms of any Middle Last settle-
ment Israel will Ih> required to
accept substantial revisions to its
current frontiers. What is more.
President Carter has
acknowledged the right of I'ale
tinians. loo. to a homeland.
At the PLO congress in Can
the Palestinians made it clear
that they have no intention of
Continued on Page 12
Federation Donates Money
To Defray BB Expenses
The Jewish Federation of South Broward has given the sum
of $2,500 to B'nai B'rith National Headquarters in Washington,
D.C., to help defray the more than $250,000 expense to refur-
bish the building, damaged during the recent terrorist activities.
Federation President Lewis E. Cohn sent the funds to B'nai
B'rith Development Director Henry Rosen saying that the
South Broward community "recognizes the tremendous job
done by the agency and wants to participate in the reactivation
of all services, while at the same time protesting the horrendous
act perpetrated last month."
Cohn added, "It is our strong feeling that wherever Jews are
in need, anywhere in the world, we must pick up the cudgel."
Waldheim Pessimistic About Geneva
PARIS (JTA,- UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim
said hero that wide differences over procedure and substance
l)etween Israel and the Arab states would delay reconvening
the (ieneva conference until "September, October, if we are
lucky."
Sharanskys Lead Soviet Rally. .Pg. 3


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April.22. 197.7

Residents of Malaga Towers gathered to honor Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Strauss on behalf of the 1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward. Mrs. Strauss (left! accepts an award presented
by Sol Hlair Malaga chairman, and Mrs. Max Lander,
(chairman
Temple Sinai
Announces
New Officers
Myrim Levine. a longtime
member of Temple Sinai, was
elected president of the congre-
gation at the annual election
meeting.
Other officers elected were:
Mort Kushner. first vice presi-
dent: Leo Klauber. second vice
president. Marcy Kameron. third
vice president: Elliot Stein,
fourth vice president: Sydney
Burkholz. treasurer: Louis
Deutsch. financial secretary: and
Jeanne Waldorf, recording
secretary
Elected to the Board of
Governors for three vears were:
Enid Apseloff. MaxChira. Dr.
Mai Golden. Jerald Goldman. Hy
Kameron. Joseph Kleiman.
Marlene Lusskin. Seymour
Mann. Barry Miner. Dr.
Emanuel Teich and Dr. Irving
Voice. Elected for a two-year
term was Albert Freeman.
Other members remaining on
the Board of Governors for two
years are: Fred P. Greene.
Phyllis Kraemer. Arthur Marcus.
Irving London. Norman Platt.
Stephen Platt. Jerald Raticoff.
Mel Reiser. Ronald Rosen and
Melvin Waldorf.
Remaining for one year are:
Paul Anton. Malvina Freeman.
Philip Hausfeld. Moses Horn-
stein. Jacob M. Mogilowitz.
Charles Pierson. Dr. Robert
TV Program to Deal With Tay-Sachs RJ K^SS *%>
On Sundav. April 24. from 10
to 11 p.m.. VVTVJ -Ch. 4 will air
a segment of the Marcus Welby.
M.D. television series which
deals with Tav-Sachs disease.
This program, entitled "Unto
the Next Generation.'" explores
the nature of the disease and its
effect on the afflicted child s
family.
lay-Sachs disease is a genetic
disorcer which causes the pro-
gressive degeneration and
destruction of the nervous
system It is a killer of infants,
one hundred times more common
among Jewish children than
among the general population
There is no known treatment or
cure for the disease, and children
horn with it may not survive
more than three to five years
But Tay-Sachs disease can be
prevented.
One in 28 Jews in South
Florida is a carrier of the gene for
Tav Sachs disease Although
carriers are normal individuals, if
one earner marries another, there
is a one-in-four chance that they
may produce a child with the
disease A simple blood test will
identifv the carriers, and through
genetic counseling, even these
couples may have healthy and
normal children.
There is an on-going com-
munity-wide testing program in
South Florida, which is sup-
ported by the Mailman Center for
Child Development. in co-
operation with the University of
Miami School of Medicine, the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. Ml Sinai Medical
Center. and the National
Foundation-March of Dimes.
and Ina Wachman.
Representatives to the Board
from the Temples Affiliates are
as follows: Sisterhood: Eva
Burkholz and Barbara Stein:
Men's Club: G. Ben Levinson
and Abe Zirn: and from the
Minyan Club: Wolf Rosenblum
andEliStiftel.
A President's plaque was
presented to Joseph Kleiman in
appreciation of his two years'
service as president. Entertain-
ment was provided by The
Chosen Children.
JCC Comedy Players Entertain Aged
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center Players, under the
direction of Saul I.evine. recently
entertained residents of Douglas
Gardens. Jewish Hospital and
Home for the Aged, in Miami,
with a variety show complete
with songs, monologues and
sketches
The musical portion was per-
formed by Jim Milner. a pianist,
and by 84-year-old violinist
Danny Marus Jimmy Loenig
acted as master of ceremonies
Residents of Douglas Gardens,
a constituent agency of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. particularly enjoyed
Tay-Sachs Tests Slated
In a united effort to eradicate Tay-Sachs disease Temple Solel
and < .immunity Hospital of South Broward will hold a com-
munity screening program on Sunday. May 1. from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Temple. Hollywood.
The proiect will be under the direction of the South Florida
Tay-Sachs Testing Program. A donation will be requested for
the Maiman Center for Child Development; bat m order to
reach as many young Jewish couples and individuals as
possible, no one will be turned away and babysitters will be
provided.
the Yiddish skits acted by Irving
Belson. Saul Levine. Joe Berko.
Joe Gordon, and Lillian Simons.
Other member of the cast and
crew included Bea Alpert.
Frances Berks. Carrie Gordon.
Morris Garfunkel. Harry
Eisman. Rhoda Klein. Al Ashley.
Ann Schwartz. Ada Morenberg
and Ceil Margulies.
The JCC Players formed last
year and have presented their
show several times to area senior
citizen centers.
Director Saul Levine is cur-
rently authoring a book.
Impromtu Entertainment, which
will be published in the fall.
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President Lewis E. Cohn
Vice Presidents Stanley I. Margulies. M.D. Mooes Hornstein
Treasurer Allen Gordon
Secretary' Robert S. Pittell. M.D.
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Morton L Abram Mrs. Meron Levitats
Herman Barnett Mrs. Ina Linda
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Mrs. Carolvn Davis David Posnack
Mrs. Morton Diamond Harry Rosen
Edward Dincin Ben Rosenberg
Fred Ehrenstein. M.D. Mrs. Ben Rosenberg
Sol Fntin Mrs. Ben Salter
Morse Epstein Jack Salt/man
Mrs. Martin Fleisher Steven Schachter. D.V.M.
Charles Friedman. D.M.D. Allan Scheinblum. M.D.
Victor Glazer. M.D. H. G. Schlafer
Mrs. Allen Gordon Joseph Schwartz
Jules B. Gordon Jack Shapiro
Robert W. Gordon Gerald Siegel
David M. Harris Max Sloane
Alvin Hess Lawrence Weiner
Mrs. Herbert Katz Mrs. Steven Weisberg
Mrs. Beryl Kaufman Milton Winograd
Stanley Kessel. D.D.S. Mrs. Mary Zinn
Herbert Kravitz
Philip Levin. M.D.
The nominating committee was chaired by I. Abe Durbin.
Members were Robert M. Baer. Mrs. Theodore Newman.
Nathan Pritcher. Dr. Joel A. Schneider and Lewis E. Cohn, ex-
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IJundreds of children holding Prisoner of Conscience flags helped make the
Human Rights rally for Soviet Jewish dissidents a success.
Anatoly Sharansky.
Sharanskys Lead
Soviet Rally
Some 1.000 Dade and South Kroward supporters of Anatolv
Sharansky, one of the Soviet Jewish activists accused of treason and
working for the CIA. demonstrated their support for the human rights
of Soviet Jews and all oppressed people, at a rally held at the North
Miami Beach City Hall.
Natalya Sharansky and her brother Mikhail Steiglitz appeared
before the crowd and called for "unprecedented support on behalf of
Soviet Jews now being held against their will behind the Iron Curtain.
"My husband is unjustly accused." she declared in Russian, with
her brother translating, "and other activists have done nothing more
than wishing to be Jewish and live a Jewish life. "
STEKJLITZ CALLED for the Carter administration to use the case
of Anatolv Sharansky as its "first test of the human rights issue
which the government is fostering at this time." He said that he and
his sister hope to meet with the President and make a plea for Sharan-
sky's release and exit visa to join his family now living in Israel.
Sharansky Ls the first Soviet citizen charged with treason since the
Stalin era and the penalty, if he is convicted, is death. His wife was
granted an exit visa to the Jewish State in 1974, two days after their
wedding.
Members of the community were urged by Dr. Robert Wolf, chair-
man of the South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Community Relations Committee; and
Klaine Pittell, chairman of the Soviet Jewry Committee of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward; to send telegrams and letters, in
support of Sharansky, to Communist Party Chairman Leonid Brezh-
nev, to Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin and to local members of
Congress.
Pregnant Women
Need Ambulances
JERUSALEM Prospective
lathers, as a rule, help their wives
reach the hospital to give birth
T>y means of their own trans-
irtation, but in case of emer-
gency and often when husbands
pre away serving on army reserve
My. pregnant women in Israel
ircatly depend on and avail
themselves of the Magen David
\dorn (MDA) ambulance service.
In the 1976 operational report
recently issued by Chaim
"golik, director MDA,
Jerusalem First Aid & Health
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transported by MDA am-
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Vigolik stated that 'the MDA
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Positive instrumental role to
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Israel's capital." The Ambulance
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[locked 383,218 kilometers this
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The Jerusalem MDA am-
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an 30 various types of life-
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Friday, April 22, 1977
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
Rabbi Tanenbaum
Dinner Honoring
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum,
director of National Inter-
religious Affairs of the American
Jewish Committee, will be the
guest speaker when the Broward
County Chapter marks its tenth
anniversary at a dinner Thursday
evening, May 5, at Pier 66.
Rabbi Tanenbaum is a pioneer
leader and thinker in social
justice movements. He was the
only rabbi present during the
deliberations of the Vatican
Council II from 1962-65. He is
chairman of the Jewish-Christian
Relations Commission of the New
York Board of Rabbis. Rabbi
Tanenbaum is also a prize-
winning radio commentator and
writer.
Chosen to be honored that
evening is Rabbi
David Shapiro,
spiritual leader of
Temple Sinai in
Hollywood and
Dr. Walter P.
Zand. director,
Florida area,
American Jewish
Committee. The
Human Rela-
tions Award to
Rabbi Shapiro
will be given in
recognition of his
Shapiro
leadership to the cause of under-
standing. He was president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, Broward Board of
Rabbis. Hollywood Clergyman's
Fellowship, and is currently cele-
brating his twenty-fifth year as
rabbi of Temple Sinai.
Dr. Zand will receive the
Jewish Communal Services
Award for his efforts to overcome
prejudice and bigotry and
promote the value of human
dignity.
He has been a member of the
staff of the American Jewish
Committee for 20 years serving
as Midwestern regional director
Resusitation Is
Demonstration Topic
Techniques of cardio
pulmonary resusitation and the
Heimlick Hug will be demon-
strated, free to the public, 7:30
p.m., May 9, at the Washington
Federal Bank Building,
Hollywood.
Sponsored by the Aviva Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith, the demon-
stration will be conducted by the
Heart Association of Broward
County and will make use of
Russi-Ann mannequins for
demonstration and practice
purposes.
Summer Teen
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To Israel and
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From BroA.ird County Florida
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in Chicago and coming to Miami
in 1967 where he assumed his
duties as Florida Area Director.
His career in Jewish communal
services has been in both the
Jewish Community Center field
and in inter-group relations for
the American Jewish Committee.
He holds a master of arts
degree and a master of public
administration degree from New
York University, a masters
degree from Columbia University
School of Social Work; a doctor
of philosophy degree from the
Yeshiva University.
Dr. Zand is also an associate
professor in the Sociology
Department in the University of
Miami.
In honor of this special oc-
casion, Mrs. Sam Weinstein,
president of the Broward County
Chapter, has announced the
establishment of a Student
Human Relations Award to be
given annually to a private,
parochial or public school senior
who has demonstrated leadership
in student inter-group, inter-
faith or intra-school relations.
A cocktail reception at 6:30
p.m. will precede dinner at 7:30
p.m. The Broward County
Chapter. AJC, can provide
further information.
Women's Division Presents Officer Slate
The following is the slate of
officers presented by the Nom-
inating Committee of the
Women's Division, Jewish
Federation of South Broward:
Phyllis Kraemer, president;
Nancy Brizel, vice president of
education; Esther Gordon, vice
president in service; Elaine
Fleiaher, vice president campaign
education: Delia Rosenberg, vice
president campaign east; Brenda
Greenman, vice president
campaign central; Gloria Hess,
secretary; Jo Ann Katz,
nominating committee chairman,
and Sylvia Abram, parliamen-
tarian.
Nominated to the Board of
Directors are: Hannah Adel,
Nancy Atkin, Wendy Benjamin,
Drazia Berman, Lynn Bial,
Natalie Bluth, Frances Briefer
and Barbara Buchwald.
Also, Helen Cohan, AnnCohn,
Shirley Cole, Louise Diamond,
Dori Distenfeld, Meral Ehren-
stein. Eleanor Handelman, Betty
Kail. Marilyn Kaplan. Ellie Katz,
Beryl Kaufman, Rochelle
Koenig. Jean Kruger, Gert
Lazier, Bobbie Levin. Marian
Levitats, Rhoda Marcus. Karen
Margulies, Audrey Meline.
Karen Meyer, Bea Mogilowitz,
Carol Morgenstein. Elaine Pittell
and Ruth Rodensky.
Also. Frieda Rosen, Florence
Roth, Marge Saltzman, Noreen
Schapiro, Eleanor Werner, Sally
Weiss and Marian Wolfson.
Nominated as Associate Board
Members: Lillian Zeefe, Evelyn
Stieber, Ann Leffel, Mina
Finkelstein.
The above slate was presented
by the Nominating Committe:
[ Phyllis Kraemer, chairman; Jo
Ann Katz, Sylvia Abram,
Brenda Greenman, Audrey
1 Meline, Meral Ehrenstein,
Esther Gordon and Elaine
Pittell.
Sharon's Party Holds
Meet for West Bank
JERUSALEM (JTA> -
Gen. (res.) Ariel Sharon said that
he would call for the establish-
ment of a "national emergency"
government in Israel consisting
of a dozen "top men," the
platform of which would be
Israels permanent retention of
the West Bank.
Sharon addressed about 600
delegates to the founding con-
vention of his new Shlomzion
movement which hopes to win
Knesset seats in the May 17
elections.
The Yom Kippur War hero was
elected by acclamation to head
the list and 34 other Knesset
candidates were selected by
secret ballot.
THE CONVENTION was held
out of doors at the new town of
Maale Edumim on the West
Bank, midway between Jeru-
salem and Jericho. A picnic
atmosphere prevailed.
The delegates and their friends
listened to speeches under a hot
sun while drinking soda pop and
munching shashlik.
No prominent personalities
were evident among Sharon's
followers. A number of delegates
were recognized as former
soldiers who had served under
Sharon in the 1950s when, as a
captain, he commanded the crack
101st Unit that spearheaded
reprisal attacks against Arab
terrorists.
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Friday, April 22, 1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
RESTAURANT
Sam Sherwood (far right), chairman of B'nai B'rith's
President's Club for Florida, presents Malcolm H. Fromberg
(second left) with B'nai B'rith's Gold Menorah plaque sig-
nifying a donation to the Youth Services Appeal while Dr.
Daniel Thursz. executive vice president of B'nai B'rith
International (far left) and Henry Satsky (second right),
national chairman of B'nai B'rith's President's Club, look on.
The award was presented at B'nai B'rith Broward's Spring
Breakfast last month at the Diplomat Hotel.
Fershko's Symphony, Schweiker's
Speech to Mark AZF Observance
The American Zionist Fed- harmonic, will sing the lead of
eration of South Florida with "Israel 1948," Fershkosaid.
more than 35,000 dues-paying
members in Dade and Rroward _______________________________
counties is sponsoring the
Israel Independence Day ob-
servance. Mrs. Green is president
of the AZF and of the Pioneer
Women Council of South Florida.
Some 3,000 persons are ex-
pected to fill the Miami Beach
Theatre of the Performing Arts
for the Sunday night, April 24,
celebration of Yom Haatzmaut
(Israel Independence Day),
according to Harriet Green, rally
coordinator.
Premiere showing of a sym-
phony written in Israel during its
War of Independence Shmuel
Fershko's "Israel 1948" will
highlight the South Florida
((immunity-wide observance of
the State of Israel's twenty-ninth
anniversary of modern rebirth.
U.S. Sen. Richard S. Schwei-
ker of Pennsylvania, ranking
Republican member of the
defense appropriations subcom-
mittee, will be the principal
speaker for Yom Haatzmaut,
according to Gerald Schwartz,
chairman of Israel Independence
Day. Schwartz is a past president
of the South Florida Zionist Fed-
eration and a member of the AZF
national board of directors.
Tickets for the rally are
available at the offices of the
American Zionist Federation,
Miami Heach, or at the offices of
lladassah, American Mizrachi
Women, Zionist Organization of
America, Labor Zionist Alliance,
B'nai Zion, Pioneer Women and
al! other Zionist agencies.
Fershko, musical director of
Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach, will be presenting his
symphony premiere with the
North Miami Symphony Or-
chestra providing the music.
Lois Yavnieli, a member of the
Israel National Opera Company
and a soloist with the Israel Phil-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 22,1977
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Art Collector Indicted
For Murdering Many Jews
AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
Pieter Menten, the 77-year-old
Dutch millionaire art collector
who has been accused of mur-
dering Jews and others in Poland
during World War II, was of-
ficially indicted by a special
tribunal here of "crimes against
humanity."
Menten, who was extradited
from Switzerland where he fled
shortly before he was scheduled
to be arrested, had to be indicted
because of a Dutch law that says
no one can be detained for more
than 102 days without a charge.
Wiesenthal Requests Witnesses
Against Nazi War Criminals
Simon Wiesenthal, director of
the Jewish Documentation
Center, with offices in Vienna
and New York, has urged the co-
operation of Jewish social service
agencies in helping to locate new
witnesses against Nazi war
criminals residing in the United
States.
He suggested that Soviet
Jewish immigrants as well as
other U.S. arrivals from Eastern
Europe, especially those over 40
years of age, might be most
helpful since a number among
these might have personal
knowledge of such persons.
Wiesenthal emphasized that
the confidentiality and rights of
the client will be respected.
With the increasing numbers
of Eastern European primarily
Soviet immigrants arriving in
the United States from Rumania,
Poland, the Ukraine, the Russian
Soviet Federated Socialist
Republic, White Russia, Latvia,
Lithuania. Moldavia and other
areas that were formerly centers
of Jewish life, a new and
potentially contributive source of
witnesses is now in this country.
All communications con-
cerning these matters, with
copies to HI AS, should be sent to
the Jewish Documentation
Center, Inc., in New York City.
ZOA to Observe
Israel's Birthday
The Broward County District
of the Zionist Organization of
America will be celebrating the
twenty-ninth anniversary of the
State of Israel and the twentieth
anniversary of the ZOA's Kfar
Silver Schools on Sunday. April
24 at 8 p.m. at Temple Sinai.
Hollywood.
The affair will feature Dr.
Morton Malavsky, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Shalom as
guest speaker. Dr. Malavsky will
talk about "America's Stake In
I Israel And Israel's Stake In
1 America."
Rabbi David Shapiro of
Temple Sinai will officiate as 29
Broward County community
leaders participate in a musical
candlelighting ceremony in honor
of the twenty-ninth anniversary
of Israel. The ceremony has
become a tradition among Brow-
ard County Zionists.
Also, Cantor Yehuda Heil-
braum will entertain with a
musical interlude of Hebrew,
Yiddish and opera selections.
Sam J. and Rose Perry are
chairmen of the evening.
Alan Blaustein (left), chairman of the Broward Spring Break-
fast for the B'nai Brit h Youth Services Appeal at the Diplomat
and president of the Hillcrest Lodge, chats with Dr. Daniel
Thursz, executive vice president, B'nai B'rith International
and breakfast guest speaker.
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Friday. April 22, 1977
The Jewish Flo rid Urn and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9
Report Dissident Buckled Under Pressure
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) -
Local activists for Soviet
Jewry told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that in-
tense harassment, threats
by the KGB and loss of em-
ployment may have caused
Dr. Sanya Lipavsky to
buckle under pressure and
sign a letter that appeared
in Izvestia accusing Soviet
Jewish emigration activists
and dissidents of working
for the U.S. Central Intel-
ligence Agency (CIA).
Michael Sherbourne. a London
schoolteacher who has had tele-
phone contacts with Soviet
Jewish activists, including
Lipavskv in the past, said the
Moscow physician used to
provide him with telephone
numbers where he could reach
meetings of Soviet Jews on
certain occasions.
OTHER PERSONS working
for the cause of Soviet Jewry told
the JTA that Lipavsky has been
absent from such gatherings in
recent weeks.
They said their last report of
his activities was on Feb. 9
Sadat, Carter Discuss Arms

By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
President Carter and Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat after
three meetings at the White
House appeared, publicly at
least, to be holding to their oft-
stated positions both on the pro-
cedure and substance of a Middle
East settlement.
| The two leaders, who met
privately after a working dinner
hosted by Carter, later met again
in Carter's office for what was
scheduled to be their concluding
session.
IN ADDITION. Sadat, who is
seeking U.S. weapons including
250 fighter planes that carry
Sidewinder missiles and between
$5 and $10 billion in American
credits, met at the Capitol with
Senate and House committees
dealing with foreign affairs and
at Blair House with Secretaries of
Defense and Treasury, Harold
Brown and Michael Blumenthal.
respectively.
Sadat told .reporters after he
left the White House where he
held a 95-minute meeting with
Carter that he had discussed an
arms deal with the President but
declined to disclose the outcome.
Carter confirmed to reporters
that military, economic and
political matters were discussed
and that Sadat was "helpful in
making me understand more of
the prospects for permanent
peace.
SADAT ALSO presented his
case for U.S. arms at his meeting
with Brown.
The President was overheard
to say to Sadat as they were
coming down the walk from the
White House to Sadat's car: "If
anything comes up I'd like you to
please contact me directly
because I think ..." Carter's
voice at that point trailed off.
In his toast to Sadat at the
dinner. Carter continued to honor
the Egyptian as an individual but
did not mention pathways to end
the Arab-Israeli conflict. He
alluded only obliquely to U.S.
material support. Egypt is now
receiving more than $900 million
in economic aid annually from the
United States besides large sums
through the World Bank and
private American fiscal in-
stitutions.
SADAT, however, continued
to press Carter for a U.S. en-
dorsement of participation by
Palestinians in the settlement
process and for Israel's with-
drawal to its pre-1967 lines.
Neither leader has thus far
mentioned United Nations
Security Council Resolutions 242
or 338 or the Palestine Liberation
* Organization Sadat has spoken
of a Palestinian "entity" but not
a "state." Some believe this
indicates a shift.
After the dinner, as they were
preparing to hold their private
meeting that Carter had
requested. Carter was seen by a
pool reporter placing his arm
around Sadat and overheard
telling him that the Egyptian
leader had raised "tough"
questions.
In his toast, Carter spoke of
Sadat as "one of my very close
personal friends" and a "man of
his word." He expressed hope
that this year "might be a time
whan we can tap his superb
t!
judgment and leadership and
make major strides toward per-
manent peace in the Middle
East."
IN AN allusion to U.S. aid.
Carter said that the "ties that
)ind Egypt and our country
together can be strengthened
even further in the weeks ahead."
Responding to Carter, Sadat
hailed the President's statement
at Clinton, Mass., about a Pales-
tinian "homeland," saying it was
"welcomed by every Arab."
Sadat emphasized "a
dialogue" with the Palestinians
"will reassure them and
stimulate further moderation."
However, Sadat' also pointed
out that the Afro-Arab summit
conference in Cairo last month
was "a model for enlightened co-
operation among nations."
Dinner guests included Sen.
Richard Stone (D., Fla.l, Robert
J. Lipshutz, Counsel to the
President; and Stuart Eizen-
stadt, assistant to the President
for Domestic Affairs and Policy.
Hallandale Mayor Milton L. Weinkle (left) presents a city
procjamation declaring that Hallandale will "endeavor to avoid
trading with any company or corporation which practices dis-
crimination." to Dr. Edward Dincin, chairman of the Middle
East Committee of the Community Relations Council of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward.
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Hebrew U. to Honor Bufman
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. April 22, 1977
Zev Bufman will be honored by
the American Friends of the
Hebrew University at a gala
dinner. Wednesday. April 27. at
the Diplomat Hotel.
Bufman. producer of the
Miami Beach Theatre of the Per-
forming Arts and the Parker
Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale.
will receive the Hebrew Uni-
versity's Torch of Learning
Award in recognition of his
devotion and dedication to all
Jewish causes and as a person
who shares the Hebrew Uni-
versity's humanitarian ideals to
provide a better world through
education. Proceeds of the affair
will create The Zev Bufman
Scholarship Fund to insure and
maintain continued scholarship
assistance to the
soldier students at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
Herbert Buchwald. president
of the Greater Miami Chapter.
Otto Stieber. president of the
Hollywood-Hallandale Chapter,
and Dr. Sanford F. Kuvin. presi-
dent of the Palm Beach Chapter,
are working closely with Morris
M. Messing. Florida State
chairman, in planning the event,
which will bring together govern-
ment, business, civic and
religious leaders as well as
friends of the theatrical arts.
In 1951 Bufman came to the
United States to earn his B.A.
and M.A. in Theater Arts at Los"
Angeles City College. By 1962 he
had five theaters in the Los
Angeles area. He also took over
the Coconut Grove Playhouse in
Miami in 1962. and in 1967
opened the Parker Playhouse in
Fort Lauderdale. Bufman
received the New York Drama
Critics Award for the musical
Your Own Thing" and The
Magnificent Yankee." starring
James Whitmore. was chosen by
the John F. Kennedy Center of
the Performing Arts as the Bi-
centennial production for the
entire month of July. 1976.
"Zev Bufman is being honored
by the American Friends of the
Hebrew University for his
support and encouragement to
the young people of Israel
through education, and for his
artistry and cultural con-
tributions to the South Florida
region." declared Otto Stieber.
Hollywood Chapter president.
Cochairmen of the event from
the Hollywood area are Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Cowan. Beryl
Kaufman, Hollywood Mayor
David Keating. Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Lerner and Dr Hugh Adams.
Israel's Georgian Dancers
Slate Miami Appearance
1 he 50-member Georgian
Dancers of Israel, sponsored by
the International Series, will
appear in Miami for the first time
for three performances on
Saturday. April 23 at 8:30 p.m.
and Sunday. April 24 at 3 and
7:30 p.m. at the Dade County
Auditorium.
The Company consists of pro-
fessional dancers and singers who
performed with major troupes in
the Soviet Union before emi-
grating to Israel over the last five
years. The dancers are appearing
here under the patronage of the
Israeli Ministry of Education and
Culture.
The program will include many
Soviet Georgian dances such as
Perchuli. Khoruni. Mtioulouy.
the (Jeorgian wedding dance
Sadarzo. and the Asitanian
dance.
THE FIRST professionally
rendered Hassidic Georgian
dance ever to be performed in the
United States will be featured.
The company, under the ar-
tistic direction of Ilia Nam-
talashvili, will also perform
gypsy and Georgian folk songs.
Featured singers are Elia
Mazkeplashvili and Israella
Krivoshei.
The company will bring over
600 authentic costumes with
them and are accompanied on
stage by a traditional Georgian
orchestra.
The three performances will
benefit the Dance-Drama
Workshop.
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Rabbi Jonathan S. Woll in-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
iyan Back on Trail Again
SALEM (JTA)
>rmer Defense
Moshe Day an
fhis decision not to
le Knesset on the
alignment ticket
lys now that he
stick with Labor
ibecause he had a
^commitment from
members of the
hold a national
lum before the
tent agreed to any
Ittlement involving
il concessions on
Bank.
YITZHAK Rabin was not
among the leaders who made the
pledge to Dayan. After a private
meeting with the former defense
chief, he wrote a letter to Dayan
stating that he had no "objection
in principle" to a referendum
Dayan's decision to support
Labor in the elections disap-
pointed many opposition
politicians, notably Gen. (Res.I
Ariel Sharon who hoped to build
a coalition around him of
elements from all parties opposed
to territorial concessions on the
West Bank.
He said they were a sufficiently
large and representative group to
ensure that the undertaking by
the Meir government would be
frNA' BWT
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K^Hl

ren W. Schachter (left), newly elected president of B'nai
|hai Lodge in Hollywood, greets (from left) Dr. Stanley
and Maria Gale, who presented a program dealing
. id Jews, to the gathering at the lodge's recent election
I. Outgoing president Martin Gerber is at right.
trnett
anK
Barnett Bank
of Hollywood
honored by every decision-
making body of the Labor Party.
DAYAN'S CLOSE friend,
Mordechai Ben Porat, who quit
the Labor Party recently over the
West Bank issue, reacted bitterly
to Dayan's decision.
"It is a question of character,
he remarked, implying that
Dayan was not suited by tem-
perament to set up a new in-
dependent election list with all
the difficulties involved less than
two months before the elections.
Labor Party politicians had no
comment but they were ob-
viously relieved by Dayan's
return to the fold. Although his
reputation was badly tarnished
by the Yom Kippur War. Dayan
still possesses a strong following
in Israel and is very popular
among many Jewish com-
munities abroad.
Chai Lodge
Elects Officers
Hollywood's B'nai B'rith Chai
Lodge 2574 elected Dr. Steven
W. Schachter president, suc-
ceeding Martin Gerber.
Schachter was elected at the
lodge's annual election meeting
along with Jack Teren. first vice
president; Larry Bober,
programming vice president;
Ivan Bial, CVS vice president;
Bruce Harris, membership vice
president and Bernie Perkins,
fund-raising vice president.
Also elected were Jeff Koch,
treasurer; Bob Hauser. financial
secretary: Bob Zelko, recording
secretary; Martin Gerber, chap-
lain; Joe Ridner, parlia-
mentarian; Art Botnik, warden;
and Abe Miller and Milt Strauss,
trustees.
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 22, 1977

Bonn's High Peace Hope
Continued from Page 1'
abandoning the basic tents of the
PLO charter.
ALL THINGS considered,
Israeli government officials in
Jerusalem must surely have been
feeling most upset. But Bonn
Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich
Genscher brought more en-
couraging news in two respects.
First, he was able to brief the
Israeli government on his talks in
Cairo, Damascus and Amman,
the outcome of which could well
encourage Jerusalem to embark
on negotiations.
The indications are that
Egypt, Syria and Jordan are not
currently disposed to lend the
PLO much more than occasional
verbal backing which is
precious little, considering what
aid the Palestinians used to
receive.
IN PRINCIPLE, these three
seem to have been joined by
Saudi Arabia, which in the past
may never have granted the PLO
asylum, say. but has been
generous in its financial support.
The pressure these Arab
countries have evidently brought
to bear on the PLO has been
apparent at the Cairo congress.
There may have been no ac-
ceptance of fundamental changes
in the PLO charter, but it does
look as though Yasir Arafat may
be granted greater negotiation
leeway.
Even the hard-core rejectionist
front within the Palestinian
National Council has bowed to
circumstances and chosen not to
pull out of the PLO. realizing
Before Resignation
that as matters stand any such
move would amount to a
headlong leap into total political
isolation.
WHAT IS more, however,
Genscher demonstrated in
Jerusalem that Europe may well
be able to lend a useful hand in
bringing about negotiations.
This forms part of the flanking
measures to back up Israeli and
U.S. efforts to which Genscher
has repeatedly referred. In the
course of his visit to Jerusalem,
he succeeded in dispelling some
of the mistrust felt in Israel
about all EEC pronouncements
on the Middle East.
Jerusalem fully realizes that a
fresh round of talks in Geneva
will need to be preceded by the
most thoroughgoing
preparations in a variety of
respects.
Otherwise the conference
might well break down
prematurely, thereby blocking
the path to a Middle East settle-
ment and all that could entail.
IN THIS context, Genacher'a
visit and the information he was
able to provide were of special
importance to the Israelis.
Genscher is certainly keen to
counteract Israeli mistrust of the
European Community.
The Nine's latest statement on
the Middle East, prematurely
leaked, is to undergo further
revision before final publication.
In the wake of Genscher's visit
Israel may feel encouraged not to
maintain an unbendingly hard
line on Negotiations, even
though official Arab statements
do not sound unduly en-
couraging.
OFFICIAL ARAB pronounce-
ments cannot sound an en-
couraging note, since the Arabs
are quick to accuse each other of
betraying the common cause. It
remains to be seen, however,
whether the prospects of a
Middle East settlement can be
transformed into action.
Nova U. Prexy to Speak at Beth El
The concluding Health and
Educational Series of Temple
Beth El will feature Dr. Abraham
S. Fischler, president of Nova
University, on Tuesday, April
26, at 8 p.m. in the Tobin
Auditorium of the Temple,
Hollywood. His subject: "New
Dimensions In Education THp
public is invited.
Dr. Fischler came to Nova
University in 1966 from the Uni-
Solomon's Restaurant Opening
Solomon's Restaurant and
Sandwich Shop, already estab-
lished as one of South Florida's
eating and meeting places for
show business and sports stars,
opens under its new name
Monday. April 18, in the Oak-
land Park Shopping Plaza.
Located at 4850 W. Oakland
Park Blvd.. adjacent to the
Florida Medical Center and
Lauderdale Lakes Hospital,
Solomon's formerly was the site
of Pumpemik's restaurant in
Lauderdale Lakes.
Roger Dauer, president of
Solomon's, began operating
Pumpemik's when the new
Sunrise Theater opened, and
decided to make the change in
name "to better reflect the food
and atmosphere which we intend
to maintain."
The Solomon's operation will
include a VIP lounge serving
cocktails, a bake shop, a
delicatessen, a banquet hall
seating up to 600 persons and a
catering service in addition to the
restaurant and coffee shop,
Dauer said.
"Just minutes away" is one of
the themes of Solomon's, which
is just off the Florida Turnpike
and in the heart of the fast-grow-
ing Lauderdale Lakes area which
is close to the center of popu-
lation for Dade, Broward and
Palm Beach counties.
versity of California at Berkeley
where he was professor of
education. In addition to serving
as president of Nova University,
he also is professor of education
and served on the United Way
Budget Committee.
He began his career as a
science teacher and earned his
doctorate at Columbia
University. He also served as
assistant professor at the
Graduate School of Education,
Harvard University. Dr. Fischler
is a consultant to the Ford
Foundation, to various state
departments of education and to
school districts in a number of
states. An author, he is a fellow
of the American Association for
the Advancement of Science and
a member of numerous other
education and scientific
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Opposition Mounting
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WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Opposition is
mounting here to increased
U.S. funding for Interpol,
the international police
organization headquartered
in Paris, which is alleged to
have had a Nazi past and
has been accused by some
Israelis of having given the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization access to infor-
mation submitted to it by
Israel.
The matter of future
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by the House Judiciary
Committee's Subcommittee
on Immigration, Citizen-
ship and International
Law.
THE SUB-Committee, chaired
by Rep. Joshua Eilberg (D.,
Pa.I, is considering whether the
U.S. should authorize an increase
in its dues to Interpol which
serves as a clearing house for
information about criminals and
criminal activities between its
124- member countries.
Attention has been given
charges by Hugh Wilhere, chair-
man of the National Commission
on Law Enforcement and Social
Justice (NCLE), a group that has
been detailing Interpol activities
over the years, that Interpol co-
operates "with criminal terrorist
organizations" and that the
American police "have been
duped into cooperation"with it.
The House panel is especially
concerned with allegations that
Interpol complied with "laun-
dered" requests by certain
Eastern European countries for
information in a Western country
about American citizens.
LAST YEAR, Rep. Ed Beard
(D., R.I.) introduced legislation
to bring Interpol under the
Freedom of Information and
Privacy Acts when information
about U.S. citizens was said to
have been circulated.
A recent report by the General
Accounting Office (GAO)
prepared for Rep. John Moss (D.,
Calif.) found that most requests
from Interpol for information
about American citizens "in-
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criminal record."
The GAO found that there is
no absolute control over infor-
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Interpol.
ASSISTANT ATTY. Gen.
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satisfy the subcommittee last
week when questioned by it on
whether the PLO had access to
information submitted to Inter-
pol by Israel. Charges that Inter-
pol has failed to track down
wanted Nazi war criminals were
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
signation Not a 'Watergate'
Peres Wins Enthusiastic Okay
To Head Labor Faction List
5T take fierce and angry
jn to ,the Miami Herald's
reference to the Rabin
las "Watergate-like."
the weekend, I gave up
fig the number of times
It perpetrated this foul
|ity in its Herald Wire
stories reporting Rabin's
ktion.
ergate, in case its editors
jrgotten, certainly its.e*
ta publisher would prefer
la tone.
kTERGATE was a tone
by Richard Nixon and
Iternity of White House
lien long before he (or
lever got to the White
It was a tone predictable
Jman from his earliest days
(Congress.
lergate was a lust for self-
cation, an indifference to
Thomas Jefferson called "a
respect to the opinions of
|inil." a sense that people
matter and that the
jean Republic that serves
is therefore an absurdity
jg to be created anew in the
image of oligarchic in-
and finance in whose
It halls Nixon was a captive
|r.
act of Watergate was less
sive than the tone of Water-
Once the tone triumphed in
Jixon ascent to the presi-
the act was absolutely
Ictable.
|e act merely attempted to
Ihe tone into motion the
titanic view of the American
I structure.
THE aftermath of
rgate. it seems to me that
who failed to anticipate
two things. Nixon the man
his earliest days in the Con-
and the act of Watergate as
Dtimate expression of Nixon
riiin. should be least inclined
lake reference to Watergate
rticularly in the case of a
paper guilty of these
BS, no less in the case of a
paper that touted Nixon
the people for a second term
ifter the Watergate events
matter of public record, it
^that a decent respect to the
Dns of mankind would
^st that Watergate would be
krd over which its news
ins would henceforth stutter
lend of time.
It no. Now comes its
fate chutzpah. Not only does
Herald use Watergate
liscuously, outrageously,
lenelv. but in a pathetic effort
Jatch it anew as something
irgate was not to make
Jergate synonymous with any
Jdal. to downgrade the horror
Vatergate, in retrospect to
I it all seem kosher.
)NE OF this is intended as
. ologia for Yitzhak Rabin.
| he did speaks for itself.
^an American Jew living in
and security, surrounded
ie creature comforts of a
class existence, it would
fpocritical of me to lecture
1, say, the evils of greed.
to argu" that his
lington bank account
sts a serious lack of feeling
fety and a profound sense of
irity in him as an Israeli
Igs totally alien if not
|ging to the exalted office of
Minister which he held and
re which he should not have
[ to preach to him that what's
for the lowly Israeli citizen
be right for the head of
, as well that if the law of
land prohibits foreign bank
ints, then he should not
[ permitted himself one either
rind of escape hatch from the
sure cooker of Israeli
(nal life.
|ESE ARE things both
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Mindlin
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mint
Rabin and his wife as accomplice
will surely agonize over for the
rest of their years; they need no
moralizing from the sidelines.
But if one can speak of levels of
unethical conduct in politics,
then there is no way in which
honestly to equate the Rabin act
with Richard Nixon's.
In the Rabin act, there was no
malevolence, no sinister dis-
regard for the rights of others, no
wilful decision to subvert the
normal processes of con-
stitutional government.
TO HYPHENATE the Rabin
act with the Nixon act is to raise
the specter of some terrible
question involving the motives of
those who do.
The answer to the question
may well be as loathesome as the
Nixon act was itself.
Syrians Not
on Attack
JERUSALEM (JTAI -
Israeli military sources said that
they had no confirmation of
reports that Syrian forces in
Lebanon were supporting a major
counter-attack launched by
Palestinian Moslems against
right-wing Christians in southern
Lebanon.
The sources stressed, however,
that there was no confirmation
"so far,'' indicating that Israel
did not rule out possible Syrian
involvement in the renewed
fighting.
THE FIGHTING took place
around Taibe, a Moslem village
south of the Litani River only
three miles from Israel's border.
Palestinians also attacked in the
vicinity of Qlaia, Merj Ayun and
Khiam, Christian strongholds.
JERUSALEM (JTA) T
Shimon Peres won enthusiastic
and near unanimous approval by
the Labor Party to head its list in
the May 17 elections and become
Prime Minister if Labor forms
the next Israeli government.
Peres, 54. who is presently De-
fense Minister, was acclaimed the
new leader by 790 of the 816
members of the Labor Party's
Central Committee. Only eight
negative votes were cast and 18
members abstained.
He was warmly applauded
when he pledged that as party
leader he would be "the repre-
sentative of every member of the
party, every faction, every
grouping, every shade of
opinion."
PERES WAS placed in
| nomination before the Central
Committee here by Labor
Party Secretary General Meir
Zarmi. Rabin himself received a
standing ovation when he arrived
and took a seat in the front row.
Zarmi said that his resignation
had aroused "respect, love, grief
and awe" among party members.
Peres addressed some of his
remarks to Rabin personally. He
acknowledged that they were
frequently at odds over the years
and he was "not ashamed" to
admit it.
But he stressed that "on the
central issues of defense and
foreign policy" he and Rabin had
always worked together "in good
faith and harmony."
PERES SAID that although
he had never made any secret of
his aspirations to the office of
Prime Minister, he was saddened
by the circumstances of Rabin's
downfall and his ascendance to
the seat of power.
Speaking to Rabin and. ap-
parently to the Central Com-
mittee and the nation at large,
Peres declared, "My message to
you at this moment is'Chazak ve
Ematz' (Be strong and of good
heart), the words of encourage-
ment spoken by Moses to
Joshua.
Peres used the occasion td
warn the Arab countries "not t^
delude themselves" into thinking
that at this moment of political
and constitutional difficulty,
Israel was ripe for attack. He
warned that if they did. they;
would find Israel's defense forces
able to repel them.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 22, 1977
Now it's Yadin's Turn to be Muddied
Uri Avneri, editor of Haolem
Hazeh, and reporter YigalLaviv,
last week for the second con-
secutive time ran stories in the
popular news weekly that Prof.
Yigal Yadin, head of the
Democratic Movement for
Change, has smuggled foreign
currency out of the country. They
charged that Yadin was involved
in a foreign currency and an-
tiques export scandal in 1979
A week earlier. Haolem Hazeh
charged that the noted ar-
chaeologist had sold antiques to
an American bank without the
proper export license and without
paying the necessary taxes.
Laviv has also submitted an
official complaint against Yadin
to the police. Yadin, who filed a
libel suit against the two journal-
ists last week, filed another one
this week.
During their recent talks in
Washington, President Carter
told now-resigned Prime Minister
Rabin that he categorically
opposes Jewish settlement in the
Israeli-administered Arab
Bonds Events Slated Here
The I'nited Jerusalem Congre-
gational Award will be presented
to the Mallandale Jewish Center
by the South Florida Israel Bond
Organization at a United Jeru-
salem Night on Tuesday, May 3,
8 p.m. at the Center, Hallandale.
Receiving the award on behalf
of the Hallandale Jewish Center
will be Rabbi Carl Klein, newly
elected spiritual leader of the
congregation.
Rabbi Klein, who was ordained
in Frankfurt Am Main, Ger-
many, in 1934. was awarded his
doctor of divinity in 1975 by the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
Barney Levine, who has been
active in the South Broward
Jewish community since he
retired in 1971 from the textile
business in Paterson, N.J.. will
serve as chairman. Levine is past
vice president of the Hallandale
Jewish Center and is chairman of
the Kabhinical Liaison Com-
mittee.
Honorary chairmen will be
Morris Roth. Dr. Sidney
Kvtcrson and Michael Schlanger.
The entertainment portion of
the program will be headed by
Larrv Horn, humorist.
HOLLYBROOK
Two couples, who have been
active on behalf of many com-
munal causes as well as the State
of Israel, will be honored at the
annual Night for Israel at the
Hollybrook Golf and Tennis
Condo on Thursday, May 5, 8
p. m.. in the clubhouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goldberg
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haber
will be the recipients of the Israel
Solidarity Award, it was an-
nounced by William Littman,
chairman of the Israel Bonds
Broward County Board of
Governors. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Levinson are chairpersons of the
event.
Goldberg is past president of
the Hollybrook B'nai B'rith and
was chairman of last years night
for Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Haber have been
active in B'nai B'rith, Hadassah.
the Zionist Organization and
many other civic and communal
organizations. Mrs. Heber is
Israel Bonds chairman for the Tel
Chai Group of Hadassah at
Hollybrook.
Entertainment will be provided
by comedian Larrv Dorn.
territories, according to the
Hebrew daily, Ha'aretz, quoting
an "informed and reliable
source." Carter was quite forceful
on this point, said the paper's
informant, and put Rabin on
notice that any future Israeli
moves in that direction would be
publicly repudiated and
denounced.
Rabin also met with Dr. Henry
Kissinger, who warned the Prime
Minister against harboring any
illusions about U.S. backing on
the question of boundaries. Any
agreement to end the deadlock.
Kissinger is reported as saying,
will insist on Israeli withdrawal
from almost all of the so-called
"occupied" areas, with minor
exceptions, and this provision
will have Washington's un-
qualified support.
U.S. postal authorities have
jumped the gun in "recognizing"
the existence of an Arab Pales-
tinian State, even before
President Carter's handshake
with a PLO representative at a
recent UN reception. In its latest
publication, International
Postage Rates and Fees, a new
listing covers postal connections
with Palestine (Western Arab).
There are only two minor dif-
ferences in the regulations. Mail
to Israel can be sent special
delivery, but no such service is
available for Palestine (Western
Arab). Also one can send parcels
to Israel of up to 22 pounds; to
the new area only up to 11
pounds. It is believed that the
name. Western Arab, is derived
from the designation of that
Sector as West Jordan.
Zev Furst, director of the
Middle Kastern Affairs Depart-
ment of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith for the
past four years, has been named
to the newly-created position of
ADL representative in Israel.
The office is scheduled to open in
June in Jerusalem.
Furst, a specialist on political
and economic problems of the
Middle East, is the producer of
ADL's "Dateline Israel" radio
and television series of reports
and documentaries.
Margaret Costanza, President
Carter's assistant for public
liaison, will be the principal
speaker at the installation lun-
cheon of the American Jewish
Congress Women's Division
biennial national convention,
Tuesday, Apr. 26, at the
Baltimore Hilton Inn, Pikesville
Md.
Ms. Costanza will receive the
Convention award at the lun-
cheon for "distinguished leader-
ship in public affairs."
Abraham B. Halpern of Plaza Towers South and Joseph Rose
of Hollybrook display awards received for their work in the
condominium division during the 1976-77 United Way cam-
paign. Halpern is long active in Jewish communal affairs with
the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
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askAee
ByaechalpcRn
Question: What is the origin or significance of
the number three which seems to be mentioned so
often in the Kabbalah, the Zohar and the
Scriptures?
Leo Balkin
Hillcrest, Hollywood, Fla.
Answer: (Continued from "Ask Abe" column
April 8) According to Rabbi Jaffe: "Two Rab-
binical dicta have been combined to present a
single unifying religious and social principle. In
the first paragraph of The Kthics.' Simon the
.lust." one of the last survivors of the Great
Assembly, said: The world rests upon three
things: upon Torah. upon worship, and upon acts
of loving kindness.- At the conclusion of this
same chapter. Rabbi Simeon Ben Gamliel stated.
The world is founded upon three Things: upon
Truth. Justice, and Peace.'
"These two principles are not contradictory,
but rather complement one the other in under-
scoring a great truth. Torah represents learning,
and the only learning that is worthy of the name
is an education which leads to truth. The only
worship which is efficacious is that which results
in peace for all mankind, in the brotherhood of
man under the Fatherhood of God. Justice must
be tempered with acts of loving kindness and
deeds of righteousness. The world, therefore, is
founded upon all these principles which serve as
I he spiritual bases for our social order.
"Now as to the bas relief itself, the seven-
branched candelabra is the symbol of the syna-
gogue, of the Jewish House of Worship, and
candles are kindled on the Sabbath and Holy
Days. Hoth signify light and faith. Light is the
symbol of the divine and of the divine in man:
the I,ord is My Light and My Salvation. The
Spirit of Man Is the Light of the I-ord." The Kid-
dush (up is emblematic of 'The Cup of Salvation'
which is used in the home and synagogue on the
Sabbath and the Festivals to sanctify the day of
rest and spiritual joy. The two hands are poised in
priestly gesture for the three-fold benediction
which culminates in the entreaty for peace.'
"THK IMPOSING heroic figure breaking the
sword, the tool of war. depicts the promise and
vision of Isaiah: Let them beat their swords into
plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks.'
The doves emerging from above bear their tidings
f peace to mankind.
"Next we note the sage instructing the child.
In the background, the Ten Commandments, and
to the left, the Torah. the Scroll of the Law which
contains the five books of Moses, Israel's
priceless treasure and gift to humanity. This
gnat spiritual heritage of Israel is thus trans-
mitted from generation to generation, from father
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15 '
This bas relief graces the wall of the
Memorial Hall of Temple Beth El in Holly-
wood. It was envisaged by Dr. Samuel Z.
Jaffe, spiritual leader of Temple Beth El and
fashioned by the sculptor, the late Mr.
Soned. The bas relief depicts the significance
and meaning of two ethical pronouncements
contained in the first chapter of "The Ethics
of the Fathers." It was dedicated in 1961.
to son. Learning in Jewish tradition occupies the
highest rung on the Jewish valuational ladder.
'The study of Torah is paramount to all the other
precepts combined.' The Torah is often referred to
in the Bible and in Jewish liturgy as 'The Tree of
Life.' and this symbolism appears beyond the
Scroll. It is a Tree of Life to them that hold fast
unto it. and its supporters are happy. Its ways
are ways of pleasantness, and all its paths are
|x>ace.'
"Next in the foreground, man holding a plumb
line, the most accurate representative of Truth.
Above and to the extreme left of the bas relief, the
classic |M>rlrayal of Justice. "l>et justice well up as
the waters and righteousness as a mighty
stream.' Below we find the family unit being
assisted to discover true dignity through honest
toil and la!x>r. This is the loftiest realization of the
concept of Tzedukah. the Hebrew term meaning
'Ixwing kindness and righteousness,' 'Righteous-
ness, righteousness, shall thou pursue.' To give a
man skills by whk-h he can provide for himself
and retain his integrity as a human l>eing, is the
highest form of Tzeilukah.
"THK CENTRAL theme is the world, the
universe, encompassed by the clouds of glory
which rest upon all these verities and spiritual
I ruths. The flame of faith emblazons both wor-
ship and learning. For without faith, society
cannot survive. Indeed the world is founded and
endures on worship and peace, on learning and
I rut h. on righteousness and justice."
Please note: To fully appreciate the significance
of these two principles contained in "The Kthics
of the Fathers" and the beauty of the sculpture,
one has to see the bas relief at close range. It is 6
feet high and 12 feet wide.
Anyone interested is cordially invited to visit
Temple Beth El, 1351 South 14th Ave..
Hollywood, either for Friday evening. Sabbath or
I'estival Services. We suggest you bring with you
(he above explanation by Rabbi Jaffe. Our thanks
and appreciation to Rabbi Jaffe for allowing us to
share his explanation with the readers of this
colum.
Beg pardon. In the ASK ABE column of
Friday, April 8. an error occurred in the first
paragraph, thereby making the entire paragraph
inaccurute. We regret the error. The paragraph
should have appeared as follows:
(I The Hebrew Bible consists of three divisions
known as Tanarh. This word is an acronym of
three Hebrew letters: Tav, Nun and Kaf. Kach
litter represents a Hebrew word and stands for a
division of the Bible. 1) Titrah the Law. the
Five Books of Moses. 2) Neviyim the
Prophets. :!) Ketuvim Hagiographa which in
turn means Sacred Writings or Scriptures.
Kditor's note: Please send questions to:
ASK ABK
c o Jewish l-'ederation of
South Broward
2K.W Holly wood Blvd.
I lolly wood, Florida 33020
Religious Directory
NORTH BROWARD
EMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform (44).
AMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
5'lh SI. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44A)
MIRAMAR
SRAEL TEMPLE 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Oraiin.
Cantor Abraham Kester. (41)
PEMBROKE PINES
fEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9139 Taft St.
Conservative. Rabbi Sidney I. Lubin.
(63)
plantation
Plantation Jewish congre-
gation. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi
Sheldon J. Harr. (64)
[RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA-
GOGUE 7473 NW 4th St. (69)
HALLANOALE
| HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
ne 8th Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Jacob Danziger. (12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
|SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
?aiph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
| BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Ae. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Landman. (47B)
oIE EL TE*"PLE. 1351 S. 14th Av.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jalte. As-
sistant Rabbi Jonathan Well.
I BETH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4601 Arthur
Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
| SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnson St.
conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cntor Yehuda Heilbraun. (65)
l50.1-^1- TEMPLE. 5100 Sheridan St.
Liberal. Rabbi Robert Fraiin. (47C)
IVUN<* 'AEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
I EH sJ,r,,n9 Road, Oaks Condomm
,t?'()rn,od0*- "*' Moshe Bom-
(ibttuaricfi
KALIS, Aaron, BK. of Hollywood, on
March &
KAKJKNSON -I.KVY, Gertrude (nee
Qlattl of Hallandale Riverside.
WANG. Joseph. 72. of Hollywood, on
March 7. Riverside
HI'HKNSTKIN. Kanxy. 7. of Italian-
dale IlliLsberK
\1 MtCI S. Itenjamln U 2:t. of Holly
wixid. on March 4. Interment Mt
Sin;ii Riverside
GOLDMAN, Sophie. 77. of Hallandale,
on Aprils. I.evlU.
WASSKRMAN. Ixnds J., 71. of Mlra
mar, on April 4. Riverside.
EPSTEIN, Kstelle. 70. of Hallandale.
on April 2. Newman
DUNN. Nat. 74. of Hollywood, on
March 31.LONDON, Benjamin, 76.
of Hollywood. Gordon.
TOBACK. Morris. SO. of Hallandale.
on March 31. Gordon.
WASSERMAN. Louis J 71. of Mlra
mar. on April 4. Interment Beth K)
Memorial. Riverside.
ENGELMAN. Gertrude B. 72, of
Hollywood, on April 5. Interment
Beth El Memorial Riverside
HOPP. Verltas N.. 76. of Hollywood.
on April 4 Riverside
SCHOENBERG, Maurice. 72, of
Hallandale, on April 8.1-evltt.
KISCHBERG, Charles H., 73. of
Hallandale. Gordon.
SINGER. Sidney, 86, of Pembroke
Pines, on April 7. Levitt.
EIMBINDER. Mannle, of Hollywood.
WEISSMAN, Julius, of Hollywood, on
April k Services In New Jersey.
WEISS. John. 73, of Hollywood, on
April 7 Levitt.
BERLOVE. Ira Jay. D.D.S.M.D., 78,
of Hollywood, on April 10. Riverside.
f Bar Mitzvah)
LINDA STURMAN
Linda, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Sturman, will
celebrate her Bat Mitzvah at
Temple Sinai of Hollywood on
Friday night, April 22.
MICHAL MIHLSTIN
Michal Mihlstin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin Mihlstin, will
be called to the Torah on the
occasion of his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, April 30.
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PANIIT PRIDI
Coffee Creamer
STRAWBERRY
PRESERVES
99
DELICIOUS SNACK FAVORITES1
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Iced Tea Mix HJg 89*
79
19*
PANIIT PIIOI
Hot Cocoa Mix 52? 79*
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Tomato Sauce '.N'
PANIIT PRIM WHOU OI SIICIO WHIII
Potatoes 4 c'.SJ*!
99
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Massengill
Disposable
Douche
PANTRY PRIDE PET RITE
Dog 6
FOOd CANS
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Fruit Cocktail 3 SS*1
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Tomatoes !SS? 39*
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Spaghetti ',il 39*
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PANTRY PRIDE FROZEN
Coffee cog? Jif\c
Lightener
49
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MINUTI MAID tOZIN TOO PUII
Lemon Juice
WIIONI WAICHII S IIOIIN
Lasagne w/Cheese 'Jg *129
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Cob Corn ?.'0 89*
Peas W/Onions 'SS 67*
SAlUIO 'IOZIN
Party Pizza 5 $2"
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INSTANT DRY MILK
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CREAM PIES
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Cream Cheese
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Soft Margarine 2 t& 79*
69*
49*
Camembert Cheese' can' 99*
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Dutch Loaf VE 79*
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Cooked Salami T." 69*
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