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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
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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.
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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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
.7Number 18
Friday, September 9, 1977
)FRED K. SHOCHETFriday, September 1, W7
Price 35 Cents
federation President Cohn
\reets the New Year, 5738
is we prepare to welcome
r New Year, 5738, our
ughts turn inevitably to
I most vulnerable of our
tthers, the persecuted, the
oted and the despairing,
_* for whom the year
Ud holds more peril than
use.
re think of the people of
iel yearning so
Jperately for peace after
decades of war and
}asy interludes of no war
do peace.
LEWIS E. COHN
I WE THINK of our brothers in Eastern Europe still
Iruggling to be free to rejoin their families in Israel and in
festern countries and to live as Jews again. Tens of thousands
\ve made their way to freedom. Tens of thousands more are
siting, despite persecution and harassment, for their op-
|>rtunity to leave.
,e think of our brothers in Arab and Moslem countries,
hng in varying degrees of need and danger. We think of the
fJerly and the ailing there and in Europe who must look to us
r the bare necessities of life. We think of the thousands of
(rooted still struggling to rebuild their lives in their new
Jmelands, not to mention our own ever-growing South
oward Jewish community.
\s we hear the ear-piercing and soul-stirring sounds of the
afar heralding the New Year we shall rededicate ourselves to
task that has been our mandate for 35 years in this com-
hnity bringing material aid and hope to Jews around the
Irld. In addition, our prayers shall join those of the Israelis
aying for peace, the Russian Jews praying for deliverance, the
ws in Moslem lands praying for tranquility and the Jews all
er praying for a better life.
FOR ALL of them we pray that they be inscribed for a good
I rewarding year.
To them and to all members of the South Broward Jewish
lunity, we send Rosh Hashanah greetings and best wishes
I prosperity, health and happiness in the year ahead.
Iharp Immigration Rise
To Israel from Britain
1 Al RICE SAMUELSON
}NDON-(JTA)-A sharp
i immigration to Israel from
is revealed in the latest
^tics published by the
Agency's Aliya and
^rption Department in
on.
I the first seven months of
(year, 435 people went to
in Israel, compared with
n the same period of last
la rise of 65 percent. The
hse would have been even
p if it had included the 150
I going on aliya this month,
ost for August since 1970.
she Yotvat, the Aliya
tment's director, has no
J explanation for this
Ificant increase, which
ides with the end of his own
par tour of duty here.
NOTED, however, that
has been a "complete
fee of atmosphere" towards
I in the organized Jewish
funity. In a briefing in
Israel before his appointment he
had been warned that Aliya was
"a dirty word" in Britain. Now,
however, the aliya department
was dealing with 3,000 to 4,000
serious inquiries a year.
The new atmosphere was also
reflected in the community's
establishment of an umbrella
organization, the National Aliya
and Volunteer Council, which will
have responsibility for all aspects
of promoting aliya from Britain.
The new body, headed by Eric
Moonan, MP and MP Trevor
Chinn, grew out of a "Solidarity
for Israel" conference last year.
The Board of Deputies of British
Jews, the community^
representative council, is
associated with it, as are many
other ogranizations.
AMONG THE 112 immigrants
in July there is a wide range of
professions and occupations.
Teachers, of whom there were 12,
were the main group. Individuals
included an oil rig steward, a
telex operator, a physiotherapist
and a college executive.
France Lists New Charges
Iris (jta) The
h government has charged
with contravening "all
Nations resolutions on
nbject" by extending Israeli
"-es to the Gaza Strip and the
Bank and by establishing
| Israeli settlements in this
French Foreign Ministry
spokesman, who made this
declaration at a regular press
briefing added that these Israeli
initiatives have "introduced new
difficulties" in the search for
peace.
THE SPOKESMAN said,
"They are viewed with deep
concern by the French govern-
ment."
Bonn Angered Over
Storing Our N-Bomb
By HANS GERLACH
Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger
Will U.S. missile units in this
country be fitted out with the
controversial neutron bomb?
Christian Democrats are all in
favor, but the prospect has given
rise to political debate unprece-
dented in the context of a new
weapons system, which is
perhaps hardly surprising in view
of the problems the neutron
bomb poses.
Egon Bahr, general secretary
of the SPD, has dropped a
figurative bombshell with his
criticism of the neutron bomb.
His criticism of the new U.S.
weapon has triggered off heated
debate.
YET THE issue would have a-
risen on the agenda even if Herr
Bahr had not let rip, alleging that
the neutron bomb symbolizes
intellectual perversion and
wondering whether mankind had
gone completely insane.
Allegations of this kind could
be levelled with equal justifica-
tion at nuclear weapons of all
kinds, but this is possibly too
bland a rejoinder, especially in
this country, which may well be
at the receiving end if the neutron
bomb is ever used.
One needs only to list a few
salient features of the new bomb
to appreciate its significance,
first and foremost the deadly
radiation it induces.
OTHER nuclear warheads of
conventional design induce heat
and pressure waves in addition to
radiation. So does the neutron
bomb, but only within a
relatively small radius of a few
hundred meters.
Neither buildings nor tanks,
neither arms nor equipment are
seriously damaged, but the
deadly radioactive mushroom
spreads far wider than is the case
with tactical nuclear weapons of
conventional design. What is
more, radiation is more intensive
and all-pervasive.
Conventional atomic bombs
likewise release neutron rays on
detonation, but only about one-
tenth of the quantity, which is
why defense planners reckon the
neutron bomb promises to be
tailormade for stopping spear-
head attacks in their tracks no
matter how prestigious the ad-
vancing armor and firepower may
be.
THERE IS little structural
damage and the area in question
is free from radioactivity and
accessible again in a relatively
short time, with enemy columns
knocked out to a man, but their
arms and equipment unscathed.
A newspaper in this country
outlined the options in a manner
as impressive as it was macabre:
"Even if the Ruhr were tem-
porarily occupied by enemy
troops they could be thrown back
by the deployment of neutron
bombs without destroying the
industrial heartland of Europe."
THE CYNICISM implicit in
this line of argument is doubtless
what induced Egon Bahr to voice
his criticism.
But this is by no means the
only reason why the new weapon
poses problems. It could indeed
be used to defend Western
Europe effectively in the event of
a conventional Soviet attack.
What is more, there might be
fewer inhibitions in ordering its
deployment because, undeniably,
it can be employed with greater
accuracy than can conventional
nuclear warheads, or at least so it
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Mission Briefing Set Sunday
More than 100 participants of
South Broward's 1977Com-
munity Mission to Israel will
meet 7:30 Sunday evening, Sept.
11, at Federation headquarters,
2838 Hollywood Blvd., to review
the travel itinerary and learn
about the Jewish State in-depth.
Mission Chairman Dr. Sam
Meline stressed that there are
still a few places open for in-
terested parties and anyone who
desires to be a part of the Mission
is invited to attend the briefing
session.
Mission participants will go
over the 10-day itinerary in detail
while discussing plans for
meetings with top Israeli of-
ficials, visits to centers and
military installations.
The 10-day visit to Israel will
include an extensive sightseeing
program from the Golan Heights
in the north to Eilat in the south.
Further information may be
obtained by calling the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
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Participants on the 1976 South Broward Israel Mission express
joy with travel plans and many of the travelers are expected to
attend the 1977 Mission, according to chairman Dr. Sam
Meline.


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The.Jewish Fuxidian and Shofar of Greater Hohy wood
Friday, September!
Schneider, Newman to Head
Community Relations Committee
JFSB Welcomes
Israeli to Staff
Dr. Joel A. Schneider, a Holly-
wood radiologist, has been re-
named chairman of the Com-
munity Relations Committee of
the Jewish Federation of South
Hroward, according to Federa-
tion President Lewis E. Cohn.
Conn also appointed Joyce New-
man as cochairman.
DR. SCHNEIDER will serve a
second term as head of the com-
mittee dealing with the relation-
ship of the organized Jewish
community and its secular
counterparts. Under the auspices
of the CRC are subcommittees
concerned with the plight of
Soviet Jewry, anti-Semitism, the
Inter-Faith Council of South
Broward, the Jewish War
Veterans and more than two
SCHNEIDER NEWMAN
dozen others.
Dr. Schneider has been long
active in Jewish communal af-
fairs and is a member of the
Federation board of directors. He
headed Federations' Allocations
Committee for three years and
was also chairman of the Young
Leadership Committee. He is the
recipient of the Hy and Belle
Schlafer Young Leadership
Award.
ACTIVE IN the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. Dr. Schneider
was chairman of the Physicians
Division.
Joyce Newman is immediate
past president of the Jewish
Federation's Women's Division
and has participated in United
Jewish Appeal activities for
many years. She is a member of
the executive board of the
Federation and has participated
in numerous committees involved
in Jewish communal service in
this area.
Soviet Texts Silent on Jews
According to history textbooks
in use in colleges and schools
throughout the Soviet Union,
there are no Jews and there
never were any. This is the con-
clusion of a study by Louise
Shelley, published by the Inter-
national Council of B'nai B'rith,
entitled History Without Jews.
The study details 22 texts pub-
lished in the Soviet Union since
1968 the year Moscow's "anti-
Zionist" campaign began
which deal with ancient history,
the Middle Ages, modern
political events and Russian
history. It says that references to
Jews published in earlier text-
books (such as descriptions of
anti-Jewish pogroms in Czarist
Russia) have been edited out in
revised versions published since
1968.
"Current Soviet history text-
books make almost no reference
to Jews and Judaism," Shelley
concludes. "There is not even a
note that Jews resided anywhere
in what is presently the Soviet
Union."
Histories of World War II, she
says, ignore Hitler's Destruction
of European Jewry and suggest
that "the only victims of Nazi
horrors were Communists and
Soviet Partisans."
Ancient Israel is rarely men-
tioned, and the global impact of
the Jewish religion is overlooked,
although Christianity and Islam
New Year's cards for the Jews of the Soviet Union are now
available through the Community Relations Committee of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward. Included on each card is a
five year Jewish calendar and the Hebrew-Russian alphabet.
The CRC New Year's cards are available through the
Federation office or Toby Lipton at 961-2934.
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are discussed. The creation of the
modern State of Israel is never
mentioned, she says, and
"modern Israel is known only by
references to its 'aggression'
against Arab states."
The staff of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward has
been expanded and welcomes the
addition of Joseph Netz. as
Community Shaliach, announced
Donald H. Klein, executive
director.
"The 34 year old, Russian-born
Netz, comes into our community
from Israel, with his wife and
three children," explained Klein,
"and will serve for a period of two
years as a living bridge of un-
derstanding between Israel and
America, in particular, South
Broward."
NETZ RECEIVED his teacher
and senior teacher certification
from the Wingate Institute in
Israel, where he majored in
physical education with a minor
in geography.
He visited the United States
for the first time in 1975, when he
was an aquatic activities
specialist at Camp Ramah in
Pennsylvania. He returned to
Israel after the camp session to
assume his Kibbutz respon-
sibilities.
"Netz, under the auspices of
the Jewish Education Com-
mittee, Moses Hornstein,
chairman, will act as a resource to
the Federation's Bureau of
Jewish Education, Community
Relations Committee, Public
Relations staff and Committee,
to interpret Israel related issues.
"HE WILL be involved in our
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign,
assisting in the recruitment of

Joseph Netz
new leadership and acting as a
speaker, interpreting the needs of
Israel.
"He will be working closely
with the High School in Israel
Committee," added Klein, "and
with local high schools to
promote participation in the
quinmester program, which the
Federation advocates.
"He will be active with the
Community Mission to Israel
Committee, both in recruitment
of participants and in advance
preparation of their departure.
"THE PRESENCE of Mr.
Netz on the staff," noted Klein,
"will further promote a positive
relationship between the people
of South Broward and Israel."


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In the Jewish month of Tishri,
approximately 3800 years ago, an
event took place that had a profound
affect on the conscience of humanity.
It established the principle that
Man alone is responsible for preserving
}J>e Pft of freedom granted to him by
^od at the Creation.
The experience of the patriarch
Abraham, the father of the Jewish
People, launched a new era of human
understanding. For Abraham's will-
ingness to sacrifice his most cherished
possession.hisson Isaac.on behalf of
8 taitn and ideals, gave man a new
direction and purpose for life.
The Biblical story of Abraham's
triumph, therefore, is not merely an
account of the test of the strength of
one man's convictions and prepared-
ness to act on behalf of what he
believed. It is a test all humanity must
be ready to face. For freedom to live,
develop and worship as one chooses is a
gift not easily acquired, and once
obtained,often requires sacrifice to
maintain.
If humanity is unprepared to meet
its obligations to preserve freedom, it
may ultimately lose it.
Rosh Hashana, the solemn Jewish
New Year, reaffirms the principle
established nearly 4000 years ago, that
Man's destiny to be free lies in his
own hands.
As the Shofar is sounded on Rosh
Hashana, it summons humanity to
unite in the cause of freedom and jus-
tice. It bids mankind to heed the pleas
of all who suffer from oppression and
slavery. It rekindles the spirit of hope
and peace for humanity.
It evokes the day in which Man met
his soul.
It's what makes us Jews.
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Friday, September 9, 1977

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Days of Awe
The High Holy Days inspire us to consider
their significance from a religious point of view
as the Days of Awe. Rosh Hashanah, in par-
ticular, suggests to us a period of stock-taking
and a time for prayer that all of us may be
written into the Book of Life for the coming
year.
fH^8/eVheJ*igh Ho,y Day8- signifying as
they do a New Year, also inspire us to reminisce
about the outgoing year. After all, last Rosh
Hashanah we prayed for the traditional things-
peace, health, happiness. Were our prayers
answered?
In particular, the Outgoing Year 5737 was
one of unexpected changes and challenges for
the Jewish people. It was a year in which Israel |
and world Jewry met new developments with
skill, resourcefulness and solidarity.
Surely, one of the big stories was the ejection
defeat of the Labor government in Israel after
an uninterrupted 29-year reign and the victory
of Likud.
The victory meant that the policies of
Menachem Begin would henceforward shape
Israeli foreign affairs. What had been described
as the inertia of Labor in the matter of
numerous domestic and foreign issues was
finally transcended by the charisma if not quite
the continental charm of Menachem Begin who,
; overnight, began to exude a quality which no
Labonte could manage for many years: fierce
determination, singlemindedness and pride in
Jewishness and Zionism.
The other side of the Likud victory coin was
the election of President Carter, in many ways
j. almost a mirror image of Begin, who almost
immediately began creating a number of
problems for Israel in particular and Jews in
general.
If Carter's victory encouraged great ex-
pectations that U.S. Israeli relations would
continue smoothly, his resolve to end the \
Middle East conflict at a stiff price to Israel
created consternation and apprehension in
many Jewish quarters.
On the occasion of Rosh Hashanah 5738, we
ask ourselves: How will it all end? The New
Year surely will tell. To our prayers for peace,
health, happiness, we add one for the safety and
security of Israel and for klal Yisrael.
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Friday, Septembers, 1977
Volume 7
26 ELUL 5737
Number 18
r Rabbi Educated in Russian Underground -i
By DON ALTSHULER
Jewish Floridian
Staff Writer
While some young Jews would rather skip
Hebrew school and go to little league practice,
some young Soviet Jews have to sneak out a
Jewish education in the afternoon following
regular public school
Rabbi Aaron Sirota, a 24 year-old Russian
immigrant now living in Miami, still speaks
carefully about the Russian underground where
he studied Judaism.
"WE HAD to go to public school from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. Afterwards we went privately to people's
houses to study being Jewish," he said. "We
would never go in pairs just in case someone
would be watching. We were never caught
because we covered it up well.
If people are caught in the underground, Sirota
said they would be put in jail after a false trial.
His grandfather spent 10 years in a Siberian jail
for religious observance.
"My grandfather told me it was cold, there was
little food and anti-semitism was worse from
people in the jail than from those outside it," he
said.
SIROTA SAID the underground is the only
way to get a Jewish education in Russia because
most of the synagogues are closed and there is no
place to get hold of Jewish literature. He said that
no one has been caught in the underground since
the end of the Stalin era.
Today Sirota is director of the Russian
Immigrant Assistance Project of Chabad House,
Florida Lubavitch Headquarters on Miami
Beach. He helps some 80 Soviet Jewish families in
South Florida to find jobs and deal with other
problems. He said that most of the immigrants
are depressed when they get here.
"They have no direction, no knowledge. They
just know they are Jewish. We give them Jewish
identity to help them out. We also talked to
doctors who are serving them medically without
charge." he said.
SIROTA ALSO teaches an Adult Education
class and is starting a club for younger Soviet
Jews. He has helped get young Soviet Jews out of
public schools and into Yeshivas and day schools
in the area with the help of scholarship funds.
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Friday, September 9,1977
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 5-A
Our N-Bomb Angers Bonn
Continued from Page 1
would seem at f irt glance.
Thus an adversary, or so the
argument runs, would need to
anticipate greater willingness on
the defender's part to make use of
the new bomb, which would
heighten is credibility as a deter-
rent.
IN THE meantime it has, how-
ever, been noted that no one can
prevent an aggressor from
resorting to conventional nuclear
warheads in response to a neu-
tron bomb attack.
So the upshot for the West in
general and this country in par-
ticular would be much of a much-
ness if the Federal Republic of
Germany were to become a
theatre for hostilities.
Neutron bomb "haves" would
need to bear in mind this poten-
tial response on an adversary's
part before deploying the new
weapon in the first place.
Indeed, the "haves" would be
well advised to think a step or
two further. Before an aggressor
who has been brought to a halt
by neutron bombing decides to
respond by launching a conven-
tional nuclear attack he will need
to think how the defender is
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the ceremony. August, a
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during which he played key
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 9,1977
Drexler Re-Named Head Of Holiday Bond Drive
Joseph Drexler, South Florida
communal leader and a member
of the Prime Minister's Club of
Israel, has, for the third consecu-
tive year, been named to head the
special program to promote wider
economic aid to Israel that will be
conducted in South Florida
during the forthcoming High
Holidays under the auspices of
the Israel Bond Organization.
William Littman, chairman of
the Israel Bonds Broward
County Board of Governors, in
Israel Ambassador to the UN, Chaim Herzog, confers with
UJA General Chairman Leonard R. Strelitz at a special
$100,000 Ambassadorial Dinner in Herzog's New York home
a milestone in the American Jewish community's annual fund-
raising campaign. For Campaign 1978, "30 Years of Partner-
ship," Ambassador Herzog said that what American Jewry
does in terms of support for Israel actual and demonstrated
will show the world that "we are together and that we are
one in the difficult days ahead."
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announces the relocation
of his office to
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HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA 33021
September 1977
Phone 966-7900
announcing Dreader's acceptance,
paid tribute to his outstanding
record of Jewish communal
service and support of Israel.
DREXLER HAS earned na-
tional recognition for leadership
on behalf of many causes and in-
stitutions. A Master Builder of
Yeshiva University, he is a
Science Fellow of Belfer School of
Science of Yeshiva University
and a member of the board of
overseers of the Jewish Theolo-
gical Seminary.
In South Florida, he is active
in the Sunny Isles B'nai B'rith
Lodge and is a former president
of Temple B'nai Zion, in addition
to serving on the board of gover-
nors of the South Florida Israel
Bond Organization.
Milton M. Parson, executive
director of the South Florida
Israel Bond Organization, noted
that nearly 50 synagogues and
temples in the South Florida area
have scheduled Israel Bond High
Holidays appeals, joining more
than 1,000 synagogues through-
out the United States and
Canada which annually par-
ticipate in this effort.
THE JEWISH High Holidays
of rlosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur have from the inception
of the Israel Bond program 26
years ago provided the occasion
for the active participation of the
Refonn, Conservative and Or-
thodox Jewish congregations in
enrolling their members in active
support of the economic develop-
ment of the State of Israel, ac-
cording to Parson.
The beginning of the Jewish
New Year of 5738 will be ob-
served on Tuesday and Wed-
nesday, Sept. 13 and 14, ushering
in a period of prayer culminating
in the observance of the Day of
Atonement on Thursday, Sept.
22.
Synagogue Chairman Drexler
pointed out that the South
Florida Israel Bond drive is part
of a worldwide effort initiated 26
years ago which has been the
mainstay of large-scale economic
aid for the building and develop-
ment of the State of Israel.
"AT NO TIME of the year are
Jews all over the world so deeply
conscious of their link with Israel
as during the High Holiday
period," Drexler declared. "It is
in this period that they are
moved to express their identity
with Israel through an out-
pouring of support through the
Israel Bond campaign."
Drexler pointed out that this
year's High Holiday program is
designed to help meet Israel's
current economic problems stem-
ming from an overwhelming
defense burden and sharp in-
creases in the cost of fuel imports
and other goods. In addition, he
said, emphasis will also be placed
on the need to further the
economic development of the
City of Jerusalem which i9 this
year celebrating the tenth an-
niversary of its reunification.
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WILLIAM RICHMAN, M.D.
Wishes to announce that as of August 15,1977
he will return to the
Active practice of Family Medicine
with offices at
EMERALD HILLS MEDICAL SQUARE
4460 Sheridan Street
Hollywood, Florida 33021
989-0300
Jerusalem, which was a
divided city for nineteen years
beginning with Israels
proclamation of independence in
May 1948, was reunited following
the Six-Day War of June 1967,
when Israel proclaimed the Holy
City as its capital. Since that
time, Israel Bonds have been
instrumental in financing the
construction of new government
buildings, the expansion of public
utilities, and the development of
new industrial projects in united
Jerusalem.
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Friday, September 9,1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
.
Page 7-A
Yom Kippur Services Set At Hollywood Area Temples
Reform, Conservative and Or-
thodox Jews throughout the
world will observe Yom Kippur,
the Day of Atonement, the most
sacred and solemn of the ancient
Hebrew holidays, from sundown
Wednesday, Sept. 21, until sun-
down Thursday, Sept. 22.
The observance of Yom Kippur
is one which has remained un-
broken for over 2,000 years and is
universally observed by all
branches of Judaism by fasting
from sundown to sundown, by
prayer, and by a searching re-
appraisal of the individual's be-
havior in his relationship to his
fellow man and to his God.
The opening liturgy sung
during Yom Kippur Eve is called
the Kol Nidre, a prayer for for-
giveness written in the 7th and
8th century.
South Broward temples will
observe the most holy of the
High Holy Days as follows:
Rabbi Max Landman will con-
duct Kol Nidre services at
Temple Beth Ahm on Wednesday
evening, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. and
Yom Kippur day services at 9
a.m. Thursday morning, Sept. 22.
The first Kol Nidre chanting at
Temple Beth El will be held at
6:30 p.m., the second, at 9 p.m.
on Wednesday, Sept. 21. Thurs-
day morning at 10 o'clock.
Rabbi Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe and
Assistant Rabbi Jonathan S.
Woll will conduct the Yom
Kippur service. From 12:30 to
2:30 p.m., a Creative Worship
service will take place in the
Chapel. At 1:30 p.m., the chil-
dren's service will be held in the
Sanctuary, and the afternoon
session will convene at 2:46. Yiz-
kor will be held at 4 p.m., and the
concluding service at 5 p.m.
Keep" at the Temple in the Pines
Kol Nidre service Wednesday,
Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. On Yom Kip-
pur Day, Thursday, Shacharit
service is set for 8:45 a.m., and
Torah service at 10 a.m. At 11
a.m.. Rabbi Shoter will discuss
"A Gift of Life," and Yizkor will
commence at 11:30 a.m. with
Yizkor for non-ticket holders at
2:30 p.m. All services will be held
at the Pembroke Pines Cinema.
Shabbat Shuvah Services Set
The days between Rosh Ha-
shanah and Yom Kippur are
known as the Penitential Days.
The Sabbath that occurs between
these two High Holy Days is
called Shabbat Shuvah, or the
Sabbath of Repentance.
Our ancestors regarded this
observance as one of introspec-
tion when one appraised himself
in order to deal better with the
. future. South Broward temples
I have scheduled the following
services to observe Shabbat
Shuvah, held on this year on
Friday, Sept. 16, and, Saturday,
, Sept. 17.
Temple in the Pines, Pembroke
1'ines. will hold a service on both
Friday evening. Sept. 16, at 8
o'clock and Saturday morning,
Sept. IT. at 9 o'clock in the
Temple, under the guidance of
Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter and
Cantor Bernard Kn^el.
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin and
Cantor Bruce malin will con-
duct Shabbat Shuvah services at
8:15 pin. at Temple Solel of
Hollywood.
On Friday. Sept. 16. at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe.
assisted by Rabbi Jonathan S.
Woll, will conduct the Shabbat
Levin to Teach
Classes at FIU
v Marcia Levin, Hollywood
resident and active member of
many area organizations, will
conduct two
eight-week ma-
nagement cour-
ses at the North
Miami campus of
Florida Interna-
tional Universi-
ty-
Under the au-
spices of the In-
stitute for Wo-
men, Mrs. Levin |
will teach
"Speaking to the
Public" and 'Leadership
K Skills."
Classes will be held weekly
beginning Monday, Sept. 26, at
the North Miami Campus, which
serves the North Dade-South
Broward area.
The speech class is scheduled
for 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., and the
leadership class for 10:30 to
11:30 a.m.
LEVIN
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El, Hollywood. sermonize on "Vows We Must
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graduate of the University of
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in communications and was listed
in the first edition of Who's Who
in American Women.
A member of the Advisory
Council of FIU's Institute for
Women, Mrs. Levin is a past
board member of Women's
division, Jewish Federation of
South Broward. She is currently
^resident of Florida Branch,
'omen's League for Conser-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 9,1977
Law of Return
Amendment
Stands No Chance
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM-(JTA)
Four American Con-
servative and Reform
rabbinical leaders were
assured here by two leaders
of the Liberal Party,
Finance Minister Simcha
Ehrlich and Jewish Agency
treasurer Leon Dulzin, that
an amendment to the Law
of Return which would
nullify non-Orthodox
conversions had little
chance of being adopted in
the Knesset.
Ehrlich told the rab-
binical leaders that his
party, which together with
Herut comprise the major
components of Likud,
would allow its Knesset
representatives to vote
their conscience on the
issue. He added that since
most of the Liberal Party
Knesseters would vote
against such an amend-
ment, it was unlikely to
pass.
THE FOUR rabbis-Stanley
Rabinowitz, president of the
(Conservative) Rabbinical
Assembly; Rabbi Wolfe Kelman,
RA executive vice president;
Rabbi Ely Pikhik, president of
the (Reform) Central Conference
of American Rabbis; and Joseph
Glaser, CCAR executive vice
president were part of a
delegation which met in New
York with Prime Minister
Menachem Begin during the
Prime Minister's visit to the U.S.
last month to discuss Begin's
pledge to the National Religious
Party and the Agudath Israel
bloc that he would introduce an
amendment which would change
the Law of Return to require
conversions "according to
halacha."
After the discussion in New
York, Begin invited the
delegation to visit him in
Jerusalem for further talks on the
issue.
The four rabbis arrived in
Israel last Sunday for a 10-day
visit but have not yet had their
meeting with Begin. Meanwhile
they have had meetings with
former Defense Minister Shimon
Peres, former Justice Minister
Chaim Zadok and Sephardic
Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef.
PERES, now the leader of the
opposition Labor-Alignment,
told the four rabbis his party
would vigorously oppose an
amendment to the Law of
Return, asserting it would
"amount to a split in the Jewish
people."
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By WILLIAM LITTMAN
During the forthcoming High
Holidays, Jews throughout the
world will mark the tenth an-
niversary of the reunification of
the City of Jerusalem.
Jerusalem, which is the heart
and soul of the Jewish people,
was a divided city for 19 years.
From May, 1948 to June, 1967,
the Jews of Israel were cut off
from the Old City and denied
access to the Western Wall
THE LIBERATION of the
Old City during the Six Day War
brought down the barriers and
reunified Jerusalem as the capital
of the State of Israel.
It is fitting that during the
most sacred days in the Jewish
calendar, we should not only
celebrate this important event,
but also pause to help assure that
Jerusalem shall never be divided
again.
Since the Holy City was
reunited, Israel Bonds helped
finance its economic development
and its progress as the seat of the
Government of Israel. Much
more remains to be done to
enable Jerusalem to continue to
grow, this is why it is important
that more funds be made
available through Israel Bonds
for Jerusalem's development and
for advancing Israel's economic
recovery this year.
ON THE High Holidays,
members of congregations, the
backbone of life-building effort,
will be called upon to enroll as
"Shomrei Yisrael" (Guardians of
Israel) through the purchase of
$1,000 or more in Israel Bonds to
strengthen and preserve the
State of Israel.
In the face of the clear and
present danger to Israel's
economic security and freedom,
this is the time to stand up and
be counted.
Whenever our community has
been called upon to meet an
almost impossible task, you have
responded with profound support
for a nation which is struggling
to exist with pressures from all
sides.
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the Jewish community to enroll
as a Shomer Yerushalaim
(Guardian of Jerusalem) by
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will and determination to stand
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September 9,1977
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Pagell-A
Rosh Hashanah Message
fDr Samuel Z. Jafle, Rabbi
.Temple Beth El
Hollywood, Fla.
Sew Year beckons and its
j a welcome intrusion on
libled spirits. Ours is a
society and these are
nd challenging times. We
ounded by a cacophony of
lant sounds, which
, our emotional stability
al posture. The erosion of
ily, the increase in crime
fence, the lack of regard
[and authority, the new
t>ns of corruption in high
. places of government,
[with the political unrest
cial upheaval which
Irize so much of our
have left their indelible
upon our psyche and our
on life.
are suffering from a
of the spirit. Each
sent in science and
jgy seems to be at the
of some spiritual and
value. Small wonder then
[Irs is an anxiety-ridden
plexed society which has
rioorings.
IJEWS, our fears and
Insions are heightened by
b concern for the future of
pish State and its people,
j crises political, social
gnomic has not abated
are no easy answers
or Israel or for the quality
Bh life in America. In this
fasive moral climate, it is
drift into the vortex of
| and cynicism.
precisely at this time,
^e are overtaken by this
nood, that the message of
lashanah takes on a new
and relevance for us.
jh Holy Days provide a
il antidote for the
^s which afflict us. They
a therapy of the soul to
up with fresh hope and
zest. Our faith does not
i reality of evil in society,
ionds
ffice
oves
I Israel Bond office of
Miami has announced
|has moved its offices to
ey Plaza Apartments on
\venue between 23rd and
Ireets, Miami Beach, in
1-24. They are relocating
fecoln Road where they
en for the last seven
move was necessitated
need for larger space, as
for economic reasons,
lat the Roney Plaza is
pably less than that at the
Road address," ac-
I to Milton Parson, execu-
pctor.
laking the announcement,
p. person, general cam-
khairman for thv Greater
Israel Bond Organization,
*t the Israel Bond office
Bble to serve more people
Ire expeditious manner at
r facilities. Those who
[parking can do so at the
^erican Bank parking lot
the Roney Plaza and
self-parking for short
[of time at the Roney
ub restaurant parking lot
I rear of the restaurant.
pe also meters in the im-
I vicinity.
telephone number will
J the same and the office
"*refrom9a. m. to 6 p.m.,
^ through Friday.
but it does admonish us to resist
the temptation to capitulate to
dismay and defeatism.
Judaism teaches us that our
world needs fixing. As partners
with God, we have the respon-
sibility for Tikun Olam, for the
restructuring and re-ordering of
our society. In the face of all the
vicissitudes of history, we Jews
have always projected this kind
of a life-idealism.
"CHOOSE life," has been our
instruction and mandate. In a
time where human passions are
unfurled and dark shadows
threaten to engulf us, ours is the
duty and the commitment to hold
our ground, to seek the light
amidst the darkness, to uncover
the radiant sun behind the
ominous clouds. We have sur-
vived as a people because we
have not lost the hope of building
a better society and of witnessing
a new dawn. We have the sacred
responsibility to rekindle the
spark of hope in the hearts of
men.
The thrust of this holy season
is that we have within ourselves
both the potential and the ability
to renew our lives and refashion
our world. Rosh Hashanah is the
time of affirmation. It calls upon
us to say 'yes' to life, 'yes' to
faith, and 'yes' to hope.
As President of the South
Broward Board of Rabbis, I greet
you on the approach of the
Jewish New Year, 5738, and
extend to you and your dear ones
sincere good wishes for a Shanah
Tovah a good year, a year of
blessings; of health, fulfillment,
and contentment, and, above all,
God's most gracious gift Shalom
for us, for Israel and humanity.
Israeli Police Seeking Criminal Info
Europe and the U.S. It was
apparently made as part of the
effort to draw a
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-
Israeli police have contacted
recently several foreign police
services for information on Israeli
underworld figures sentenced in
those countries during the last
seven years.
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came at the initiative of the
special commission appointed
earlier this month by Police
Inspector General Haim Tavori
to investigate organized crime in
Israel.
THE REQUEST was for-
warded through Interpol to
several police services both in
commission s
profile of the scope of organized
crime in Israel and its overseas
connections.
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conducted by a senior police
officer, is looking into allegations
that a senior police officer served
as a double agent, supplying
organized crime in Israel with
highly secret information from
police headquarters.
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daily by Haareu on organized
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar ofGreater Hollywood
Friday, September 9,1977
THE LUCKY WINNER, Mrs. Yetta Chanzit of HaJlandale,
won the grand prize at the festivities celebrating the opening of
Flagler Federal Savings and Loan Association's new office in
the Hollywood Mall, two Mocks west of 1-95 on Hollywood
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is shown presenting a certificate entitling Mrs. Chanzit to a
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As the sun sets Tuesday
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the world will gather to observe
the Jewish New Year, Rosh
Hashanah, one of the most
ancient and sacred days in their
history. The commandments for
the observance of the holiday are
described in the Biblical Book of
Leviticus, compiled 3,000 years
ago. According to the Hebrew
calendar, the year 197778 is the
Hebrew year 5738.
The Jewish New Year is mark-
edly different in character from
the joyous celebrations of other
people. It is a serious day during
which Jews come together to
pray, to examine their acts and
their relationship to God and to
each other, to remember the past
and dedicate themselves to the
future. Synagogues and temples i
in South Broward have scheduled
I services to observe this, the first
of the High Holy Days.
The first service at Temple
Beth El, under the spiritual
leadership of Rabbi Dr. Samuel
Z. Jaffe and Assistant Rabbi
Jonathan S. Woll, will be held
Monday, Sept. 12, at 6:30 p.m. A
second service will follow at 9
p.m. The Reform temple will
conclude the Rosh Hashanah
observance on Tuesday morning
at 10 a.m. with a children's
service scheduled for 3 p.m. A
reception for the children in the
Tobin Auditorium will follow the
children's service, sponsored by
the Sisterhood.
Conservative Jews can cele-
brate Rosh Hashanah with
Temple Beth Ahm under the
leadership of Rabbi Max Land-
man on Monday, Sept. 12, at 8
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, September 9,1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13-A
Buy Bonds,' Rabbis Say
A message to South Florida Jewry from local Reform,
Orthodox and Conservative
rabbis was issued this week
calling for the mobilization of
community-wide economic
support for Israel during the
forthcoming Jewish High
Holidays, according to an
announcement by Rabbi Sol
Landau, spiritual leader of
Beth David Congregation
and president of the Rab-
binical Association of Great-
er Miami.
The rabbis urged increased
response to the State of Isra-
el Bond campaign, stressing
that "the solidarity of world
Jewry is crucial to the des-
tiny and future of Israel."
The joint statement was is-
sued on the eve of prepara-
tions for a special effort to be
conducted on Rosh Hashan-
RABBI SOL LANDAU
ah Sept. 13 and 14, or on Yom Kippur, Sept. 22. The High Holi-
days will usher in the year 5738 on the Hebrew calendar.
THE MAIN FOCUS of attention hiring the High Holidays
will be on the City of Jerusalem which this year celebrated the
tenth anniversary of its reunification as the capital of the State
of Israel. For nineteen years, from the time of the proclamation
of Israel's independence in 1948 to the Six-Day War of June
1967, Jerusalem was a divided city with the Jews denied access
to their holy places, including the Western Wall.
Because Jerusalem "is once again a central part of the life
and prayers of our people," the rabbis declared, the forthcoming
- n i
High Holidavs reauire that the Jewish community "assert its
resolve to preserve and strengthen united Jerusalem, to help it
grow as a living symbol of the permanence of Israel so that it
may never be divided again, and that no part of it may ever be
cut off again from the State of Israel."
The message of the rabbis stressed the need for com-
munity-wide response to the Israel Bond campaign in order to
"strengthen Israel and to stand guard over the City of Jeru-
salem." They asked that the members of their congregations
enroll as Guardians of Jerusalem (Shomrei Yerushalayim)
through a minimum individual purchase of $1,000 in Israel
Bonds to help Israel solve its current difficult economic prob-
lems.
"THE STRENGTH OF Israel's economy is the key to its
hopes for peace," the rabbis said, "and therefore we urge that
every man, woman and child in the family be inscribed as a
Shomer Yerushalayim to proclaim to our fellow Jews and to the
world at-large our commitment to the survival and to the growth
of the State of Israel under all conditions and in the face of all
possible dangers and hardships."
It has been traditional for congregations in South Florida to
conduct a special effort during the High Holiday services every
year in behalf of the Israel Bond campaign which, since 1951,
has been the major source of funds for the economic develop-
ment os Israel. During the past 26 years, the proceeds from the
sale of Israel Bonds, amounting to more than $3.6 billion, have
been channeled into every phase of the country's industrial and
agricultural expansion. Israel Bonds also help finance the ex-
ploitation of natural resources, the construction of harbors,
roads and transport, and the search for new sources of energy to
reduce Israel's virtually total dependence on imported oil.
The message of the rabbis pointed out that "the road to
peace for Israel remains long and arduous," adding that "wider
support for Israel Bonds is needed at a time when the people of
Israel are exposed to extremely severe economic and political
pressures."
SOUTH FLORIDA'S High Holiday program for Israel
Bonds will be conducted under the chairmanship of Joseph
Drexler.
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Friday, September 9, 77
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Shalom to South Browar6 newcomeps
New residents of South Broward came
from around the world to be welcomed to
their community by the Shalom Com-
mittee of the Women's Division of the
Jew:sh Federation of South Broward.
The guests, coming from the Dominican
Republic, South Africa, Canada, England
and all parts of the United States,
gathered to learn of the organizations and
services available to them in South
Broward.
From left, Gale and Andy Skolnick, Arlene and David Kasner, and Pat and Sherry
Rosenstein.
From left Dr. Sam Meline, Audrey Meline, Shalom Committee From left, Richard and Randy Blackburn, Skip and Ruth Turchen, and Helen and
chairman; Dr. Berbert Brizel, Nancy Brizel, Women's Division Myron Morgan. _^^^^____^^^_^^________
vice president Community Education; Paul Kraemer, and
Phyllis Kraemer, Women's Division president.
FRS9
From left, Jeff Beitter, Holly and Steven Fraidstern, Steve and Loretta Seffren and Dr.
Sam Meline, Federation's Community Planning Committee chairman.
From left, Ed and Heidi Zwick, Yossi Netz, Community
Shaliach; and Naomi Netz.
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From left, Neil Kappehnan, Leon and Toni Weisberg and
Wendy Benjamin, Shalom Committee member.
From left (sitting), Debra Beinhaker, Audrey Meline. Shalom
Committee chairman; Connie Rubin, Cindy Levin, standing,
Ron and Irene Powell and Herbert Liberman.
From left Aron Neuhaus, Alice Kappehnan, Din. Kaye, Shalom Committee member; from left Edna Jacob., Shalom committee member; Barbara
Mary and Gil Conn. Glauer, Bob Glasser and Jean Kruger, Shalom Committee
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jpriday. September 9.1977
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askABe
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QUESTION: When, where and how did the
I word "Tzedakah' originate to mean the duty of
sharing the wealth by the affluent with the
I needy?
Samuel Freed
North Miami, Florida
i Answer: Tzedakah is a Hebrew word which
I means righteousness or justice. In the Ashkenazi
(pronunciation it is transliterated as Tzedokoh. In
Yiddish it is pronounced Tzedokeh.
The word Tzedakah which appears in the bible
lany times and refers to any kind of righteous
induct is limited in the Talmud to one aspect of
Hehteousness, namely the giving of alms or
Assistance to the poor through material gifts.
The word Tzedakah has been interpreted by the
abbis to mean the obligation, the duty to help
ie poor and the needy. They considered the duty
J Tzedakah to be one of the cardinal Mitzvot of
Judaism. The Rabbis see Tzedakah not as a favor
Jto the poor, but something to which the poor have
Fa right, and the affluent an obligation.
The Talmud also makes a distinction between
Ihe meaning of the word Tzedakah and the phrase
jemilut Chassadim (acts of loving kindness).
"In three respects Gemilut Chassadim is
Superior to Tzedakah. Tzedakah can be performed
only with one's material possessions, Gemilut
?hassadim both in kind and personal service.
Tzedakah can be given only to the poor, Gemilut
assadim to both rich and poor. Tzedakah can
performed only for the living, Gemilut
?hassadim for the living and the dead." (Tractate
5ukoth49b).
lemilut Chassadim is considered to be one of the
^hings "the fruit of which man enjoys in this
vorld while the stock remains for him in the world
>come." (Mishnah Peah 1:1)
Furthermore, Gamilut Chassadim is one of the
^hree things upon which the world is sustained.
The other two being Torah and Avodah (wor-
ship). (Sayings of the Fathers, 1:2)
The following acts of loving kindness (Gemilut
"hassadimlare accounted as the most meritorious
virtues: visiting the sick, hospitality to
Istrangers, care of orphans, providing dowries for
Ipoor girls, burying the dead, and comforting the
Imourners.
It is the duty of everyone to give charity, even
lone who is dependent on charity has an obligation
Ito give to those less fortunate than himself.
[(Tractate Gitin, 7b). The Hebrew word in the
[Talmudic text which is translated above as
|charity Ls Tzedakah.
According to the Talmud. Tzedakah involves
acts of advice, money, or things that can directly
I improve the well being of others. This duty is to
everybody, young or old. friend or stranger, Jew
or Gentile, saint or transgressor, superior of
inferior, friend or enemy.
The indication therefore is that the word
Tzedakah which Ls now synonymous with charity
came into this usage during the Talmudic period.
It is generally agreed that the Gemara. the second
part of the Talmud was created during the period
following the completion of the first part of the
Talmud the Mishnah which was completed ap-
proximately in the year 200 CE. The following
two or three centuries approximately from 200 CE
to 500 CE are considered to be the Talmudic
period of the Gemara portion.
There is no separate word for charity either in
Hebrew or Yiddish.
It is interesting to note that Sargent Shriver
the director of the Peace Corps during the
Kennedy administration when speaking about the
purposes and ideals of the Peace Corps always
quoted in detail the last degree of the duty of
charity as enumerated by Maimonides. "Lastly,
the eighth, and the most meritorious of all, is to
anticipate charity, by preventing poverty;
namely, to assist the reduced fellowman, either by
a considerable gift, or a loan of money, or by
teaching him a trade, or by putting him in the
way of business, so that he may earn an honest
livelihood and not be forced to the dreadful
alternative of holding out his hand for charity.
This is the highest step and the summit of
charity's golden ladder."
Beg Pardon!
A typographical error inadvertantly occured in
the answer to the question "Is there any
historical evidence other than the Hewbrew Bible
either in Egyptian or other sources indicating the
occurance of the Bondage in, and Exodus from
Egypt. (ASK ABE, The Jewish Floridian and
Shofar, July 29,1977, p. 11)
This error made the opening paragraph of the
quotation from the Encyclopedia of the Jewish
Religion difficult to understand. Following is the
way the opening sentences should have read.
"Traditionally marking the beginning of
Israel's history as a people, the Exodus became a
symbol of God-given freedom and a potent factor
in shaping Israel's religious consciousness.
Explicit mention of the Exodus is made in no less
than 160 passages of the Bible, while 67 in-
junctions of a religious, social, or national nature
are directly related to it." The passage in italics
was left out. We regret the error.
Editor's note:
Please send all questions to:
ASK ABE .
c o Jewish Federation of South Broward
2838 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood. Florida 33020
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As we approach the
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extend our best wishes for a Happy New Year
to all our Jewish friends in the community.
We hope that the coming year will bring peace,
health, happiness and prosperity to everyone.
We appreciate your patronage and hope
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Friday. September 9,1977
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 17-A
Women's Reach Most Exceed Her Grasp
Or What's Unemployment For?
By CAROLYN Y ALKUT
If I were writing this for
Mademoiselle, perhaps I'd be
writing "What to Wear on the
Unemployment Line" and, if for
the New Yorker, "We were
saddened to hear that our old
friend the curmudgeon is out of
work." Of the unemployed, sing,
0 Muse!
But there are no more Muses.
The Muses haven't had a steady
job since Milton. Oh, an oc-
casional freelance assignment,
but they, like the women's college
graduates who most resemble
them, are the first to go. The
Muses are unemployed.
WITHOUT THEIR help how
dare I address you, readers? How
do I tell you that someone you
love is unemployed? That some
bright girl or boy you saw off to
college, with kisses as resounding
aa their hearts, is now bafflingly,
disturbingly, not working?
I, for instance, signed for my
last check for unemployment
benefits this morning. The
ceremony was strikingly devoid
of sentiment for New York State,
but transfixed with spiritual
enlightenment for me. I am going
to have to get a job.
"I'm going to get a job!" Two
years ago, I had been ecstatic. I
had ambitions. I was going to be
a writer, an editor, a critic. My
Johns Hopkins M.A. was
(putatively) in my pocket (the
august sheepskin arrives in
August). It was my twenty-
second birthday. Roses from a
childhood sweetheart were
waiting for me at home.
Chesapeake Bay to the east.
West Virginia on the west, then
New Jersey and the Hudson. To
the right of me and to the left of
me, I was content.
I WAS GOING to live and be
loved happily ever after. My life
was to be as satisfying to me as
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' was
to everyone else.
All too soon, "Dr. Prince
Charming" (as he would be
known) got testy. Although he
was my assumed if not my in-
tended, he was crazed by two
years' lack of sleep while on duty
in the hospital (and, I take it, the
prospect of gruelling employment
for fifty more), and he was frantic
for a conversation without the
word "metastasis" in it. He
longed for my success. Mean-
while, I was lucky if I wasn't
answering blind ads in the New
York Times for Hustler. Reader,
I didn't marry him.
Then, the week I applied at
Viking Press, Jackie O. got the
job. Without an MA.
Such were the desserts for the
daughter whose father, alone
among parents in America,
hadn't wanted her to go to
college. "Play down the
education and omit that you
know Yiddish," a classy
professional placement service
told me. I was a victim of the
modern quandary, overeducated
and underexperienced. Catcb-23,
as my grandmother, who has for
sixty-five years been improving
American literature, would say.
IN SEPTEMBER I landed
behind a typewriter, and greater
infamy, an adding machine, in an
advertising agency. For the time
being, I was going to be a
bookkeeper. On a tour of his
offices, the president assured me
of the company's high intentions.
He urged me to present my work
to the creative director, a man
who lived only to develop young
talent. He also mentioned that
the firm was founded by Jews.
The last item is the only one I
never disproved.
While waiting for the creative
director to read my oeuvre and to
recognize, in assorted vignettes
celebrating teenaged girlhood,
the genius for advertising that
was mine, I used company
property. I retyped everything I
had ever written, even letters to
Grandma "Catch-23"
..lalaprop. for posterity. Then I
xeroxed everything. For
posterity.
When there was nothing left
for me to do but the job I'd been
hired for, to be a subject in a
sensory deprivation experiment,
it was time to get a better job.
A BETTER JOB: In 1971,
college freshmen were asked by
the American Council on
Education why they were going
to college. By an overwhelming
margin, the first answer was, "to
get a better job."
Damn right. There was no
"better job," in or out of
parentheses. In 1976, 3,000 fewer
hardcover titles and 1,000 fewer
mass-market paperbacks were
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Friday, September 9,1977
Woman's Reach Must Exceed Her Grasp or What's Unemployment For?
manuscript is being returned to to students who are studying,
you unread..."
Continued from 17-A
published than in 1975. And the
figures for 1975 are 3.6 percent
lower than those for 1974. The
publishing industry employed
18.4 percent fewer people in 1976
than in 1973. Except for Jackie
0.
In Spring. 1974, when I was
cheering Margaret Mead at my
Barnard commencement and
marching out, cross-eyed with
glee, to a Scott Joplin rag,
128,000 young teachers who had
been licensed the previous June
had still not been able to find jobs
in schools. My year added
another 110,000.
THE AMERICAN Council on
Education has projected that by
the 1980s the need for new Ph.Ds
to teach in college will be less
than zero: even if the universities
hire not one of the 30,000 Ph.Ds
they spew forth eavery year, like
Error's children, there will be too
many professors.
WE'VE BEEN schooled for
leisure, educated like members of
the landed gentry. What cared I
for Chocolate Flavored Ovaltine
or Enkalure by Enka when my
daily bread had been Homer,
Dante and Plato? Earning my
daily bread, I was starving.
It was time to confront that
chimera. Discipline. Dr. Prince
Charming claimed that, plugging
a mere 9-to-5 shift, even he could
have gotten more writing done
than I. I had to work before and
after work, in between subway
rides.
I COULD have painted my
poems on my face in red lipstick
and blue eye shadow for all they
were heeded. Esquire wrote me,
"Unfortunately, conditions in the
publishing industry now oblige
us to terminate our consideration
of manuscripts that have not
been solicited, and we regret to
inform you that the attached
I left the advertising agency
for a better job-better if only
because my employer had the
presence of mind to can me. Thus
I qualified for unemployment
benefits. Thus did the govern-
ment become my patron.
Pitti Sing, who is easygoing to
the extent of being a female bass
baritone, has been wasting a
perfectly good major in history
behind a desk in one of our
university libraries. It is very
easygoing there. She hands out
xeroxes to students who are
studying to... hands out xeroxes
REVERSING A career
decision made in fifth grade at
Yeshiva of Flatbush, Pitti Sing
dropped out of the Master of
Library Science program at the
library school. "I knew I was
going to be a librarian when I
started college. I figured it
wasn't that important because
somehow I'd be married."
Somehow, she is neither .
Peep Bo, of coloratura tem-
perament, had the smarts to
choose a lucrative profession. An
exemplary student, summa cum
laude in history and psychology,
she went to law school at the
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 19-A
\
invitation of one of the nation's
more distinguished faculties.
Peep Bo attended law school as
if it were a long-running
Broadway musical comedy. She
didn't enroll, she subscribed. For
three years Peep Bo attended
classes in between the ballet,
opera, theater and concert
seasons. She went to class every
morning, of courseunless she
had to queue up early on a
standing room ticket line. Until
the box offices opened, she was
free. No one knows when she
studied, perhaps during in-
termissions.
I ASK her why she was so
haphazard and halfhearted about
graduate school. "Why, Peep
Bo?"
"I don't want to talk about it."
"But since they didn't kick you
out after all, you must have
averaged...."As if I'm offering
her money, I hesitate to em-
barrass her by suggesting too
high a figure: "a C?"
"Of course not," she huffs. I've
bargained far too low. and given
offense.
Unlike her colleagues, her pride
notwithstanding, Peep Bo didn't
apply for a clerkship. Even
having copped the degree, she
won't be working as a lawyer
next year. She has chosen to be
unemployed.
YESTERDAY, Yum Yum
(you remember me) cut
mushrooms, broccoli, peppers,
cucumbers, zucchini, celery,
carrots, tomatoes and radishes
for 7 '/ hours for a catering
concern knownin the world of
underemployment nothing is
inappropriateas Montana
Palace. (The mushrooms were
stuffed, the raw broccoli etcetera
I ASKED MY childhood,
sweetheart (of the Roses) what he
thought of being an unemployed
intellectual. "If you're going to
insult me," orated this recipient
of writing grants, "I would
appreciate it if you stopped short
of calling me an intellectual."
The young lady of in-
ternational means (Caracas,
Bucharest, Ithaca (Cornell 73)
and London) lives as sparely as is
possible above Central Park
West. Bitterly, she showed me
her collection of want ad
correspondence. She's going to
need microfilm soon.
You don't have to be bitter to
be unemployed. You can be
exultant with confidence. I went
home last weekend just to read
the word "scrupulously" on the
Savarin container and bumped
into the boy who had perfect blue
eyes in my sixth grade class. The
confidence that comes of such
virtue more than sustained him
through the State University at
Buffalo. "God bless college!" he
hailed me.
It seems he was what used to
be called a Big Man on Campus;
the author of a regular column in
the college paper, a humorist in
the tradition of Will Rogers.
"Everybody's dumb. That's
what was so sobering about
college. Everybody's turkeys.
"PEOPLE LIVE for the future
that will never come," he told me.
"I want to be famous because I
can do it. I want to make the
masses laugh, not the critics.
Critics don't laugh.
"I think I've stumbled onto
something," he confided. "I'm
very happy and I don't see why it
should change." Indeed, he
seemed as fulfilled as a tot,
without his afro and his beard,
cut for Madison Avenue. "I'm
not racked by insecurities. I have
friends. I'm tired of getting
everything I want. So what else
is there? What's next?"
Needless to say.
"That's it," the man said this
morning.
"It?"
"It," the civil servant
reiterated.
ON MY WAY home from the
State Department of Labor,
repeating I gotta get a job" like
a mantra, I managed to notice a
help wanted sign in a bookstore
on Montague Street. I elbowed
Norman Mailer, Leon Uris, Erica
Jong and Alex Haley out of the
way and applied.
The flunky behind the cash
register cases me before granting
me an audience. He softens a
little when he reads "Barnard"
on the line after "High School
Diploma, yes, no." He has an MA
from Columbia. He gives my
application to the store manager,
who is a PhD in medieval history.
I still haven't heard.
National Jewish Monthly
Greenbergs Celebrate 50-years Together
t
>
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN GREENBERG
Herzog Addresses
Hadassah Opener jj
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Greenberg of Hallandale,
Fla., formerly of the
Washington, D.C..
Metropolitan area, were
honored at a 50th wedding
anniversary luncheon recep-
tion in their honor at the
Indian Spring Country Club
on Aug. 21. Over a hundred
members of their family,
friends, former business
associates and community
leaders attended.
In addition to the many
individual congratulations
and good wishes extended to
them, they were presented
with a letter from the Em-
bassy of Israel extending the
congratulations and best
wishes of the ambassador,
the government, and the
people of Israel in appre-
ciation for their dedication
and contributions to "World
Jewish causes and the
support of Israel" for many
years. They were also
presented numerous letters
and awards from 14 national
and international Jewish
organizations which they
have supported and worked
for over the years.
Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg
founded and headed the
United Drug Service, Inc. of
Washington, D.C., for many
years until their retirement
and move to Florida about
eight years ago. Since their
arrival here they have been
active in the State of Israel
Bonds, of which they are
members of the Prime
Minister's Club, the Jewish
Federation of South
Broward, Inc., Hadassah,
and many other organiza-
tions. Mrs. Greenberg has
recently served as president
of the Plantations Group
Hadassah chapter.
Their three sons, Bertram,
Ronald, and Michael, art
now running the United
Drug Service, Inc. in
Washington. In addition to
their sons and their wives.
they have 14 grandchildren
and one great-grandchild. X
NEW YORK Chaim
Herzog, Israel's Ambassador to
the United Nations, strongly
rejected the charge that Israel's
establishment of Jewish set-
tlements on the West Bank are
an "obstacle" to peace.
"Let me remind you that for 19
years, from 1945 till 1967, Israel
was not establishing settlements
in the West Bank during the
period the area was under Jor-
dan," Herzog said in a speech at
the 63rd annual national con-
vention of Hadassah at the New
York Hilton, "Did the Arabs talk
of peace? Did the Arabs negotiate
peace?"
The Israeli envoy declared that
the "obstacle to peace is the Arab
refusal to recognize the Jewish
people's right to sovereignty in
its ancient homeland."
WASHINGTON The
United States said here that
Israel's use of American Military
equipment in defense of Christian
villagers in Southern Lebanon
from the assaults of the Palestine
Liberation Organization did not
violate any U.S. law or Israeli-
American agreements.
Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin had said Israeli
artillery has shelled Palestinian
military groupings that were
focal points of attacks on
Christians near the Israeli
border.
State Department spokesman
John Trattner said that if Israel
supplied the Lebanese Christians
with U.S.-made rifles, it would
constitute a violation of the U.S.
agreement with Israel. But there
would be no violation if Israel
transferred to the Christians
weapons not manufactured in the
U.S.
JERUSALEM Lon-
dons evening papers blared their
speculation about Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan's mystery
visit to the British capital
Monday in much bigger type
than their Israeli opposite
numbers.
Will he meet King Hussein,
the British press wondered. Here,
in Israel, that speculation tickled
the curiosity of press and public
too. But no one seemed overly
exercised about it.
JM WISHES YOU A NEW YEAR
FILLED WITH PEACE AND CONTENTMENT
We hope the coming months will be filled with many
shining moments, including the warmth of new friendships and
the joy of old ties with those you love and surmounting
them all, the happiness of dreams come true.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 9,1977
NORMA A. OROVITZ
Lederman and Beth Moshe
Good Vibes From San Souci
On a recent Friday afternoon, the rabbi was
curious.
Had I gotten a handle on how I would write up
the interview, inquired new-to-Miami Louis
Lederman, spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Moshe.
More than a specific quote, I came away from
our talk with the feeling that Beth Moshe and
Louis Lederman were meant for each other. Not
since Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkle led the North
Miami congregation have such good vibes
emanated from that San Souci synagogue.
LEDERMAN, on the shy side of fifty, in an
enthusiastic, easy-to-talk-to, yee-I-can land of
clergyman. When he relates how he nearly
became an advertising executive, disbelief is
disspelled. "What is a sermon? How is it different
from an account executive making a presen-
tation?"
He is quick to add, however, that the "seeds"
to his entrance to the Jewish Theological
Seminary ware planted after his Talmud Torah
superintendent mother psaesd away. With a
shomtr Skabbat background, aa a national vice
president for AZA, having spent a year in Israel
prior to seminary entrance, Lederman's choice of
life work is hardly arbitrary.
And just how did Beth Moshe come to pair up
so amicably with Rabbi LedermanT To the rabbi's
mind, it was fait accompli, "come hell or high
water." Coming from St Petersburg, Florida,
Lederman's top priority was finding a top day
school for his two youngest daughters.
ADD TO that, warm weather and "people
coming to.. .not from." Lederman had bad his fill
of congregational attrition in his Manhattan
Beach, Brooklyn pulpit.
From a town that people escape from, through
St. Pete, to an area he calls a concentration of
transplanted potential," Lederman's natural
enthusiasm has been encouraged. The
congregation, now numbering 360 families, is
aiming for a growth spurt and will set a cap of 560
families. The island communities of San Souci,
Keystone Point and Bay Harbor Islands are the
immediate target for a membership drive. Kaf-
feeklatsches, like Congregation Bet Breira's
"templeware parties," are attracting new
members.
For the temple's part, with the departure of Dr.
Daniel Fingerer, an opening was listed with the
placement office of the Rabbinical Assembly (the
manpower organization for Conservative Judaism
in America). A panel of three or four rabbis'
names waa submitted to Beth Moshe for con-
sideration, Lederman's name among them.
NOT TOTALLY unfamiliar with Lederman, a
blue ribbon delegation heard their prospective
rabbi give an "Elie Weisel-type sermon" at the
Southeast Regional Conference for Conservative
Judaism coincidentally held in St. Petersburg
during the time Lederman was being considered
In addition to initial and more serious in-
terviews, Beth Moshe congregational leaders bad
the opportunity to witness Lederman's on-the-job
skill aa the rabbi "pinch-hit" for Beth Torah's
Max Lipschitz last January.
Lederman's wife, a professional educator with
a Master's degree in Hebrew education, may just
have sweetened the deal. Anita Lederman was
hired as the new director for Beth Moshe's ex-
pansive educational programs.
ONLY HERE since mid-July, Lederman has
already instituted some new temple programs. He
has introduced a new siddurJor Friday night
services which includes many contemporary and
non-Jewish sources in the English translation. He
is planning an adult Bas Mitzvah class and, with
congregational leaders, has decided to limit high
holiday seating to members only.
That should dispel any once-a-year mushroom
shut image and encourage serious consideration
for temple membership.
While Lederman tags himself "a centrist" he
regards tradition with more than mere sen-
timentality. Now that Conservative synagogues
have the option to self-style a minyan and grant
women pulpit honors, decisions for otherwise
liberal conservatives may be more difficult.
Lederman cites "the integrity of a traditional
LOUIS LEDERMAN
service" as a reason for pause in the feminist rush
to the pulpit.
A WOMAN coming to make an early morning
minyan? "Poppycock!" says Lederman. "Are we
really making headway in Jewish life?" he asks,
by allowing aliyahs to women for a one-shot Bar
Mitzvah morning when it is traditionally the
traditionalists who come for every Shabbat and
morning service.
No, "ritual changes are not paramount" for
this new rabbi in his new job with his new par
sonsge (rabbinage?) just two doors down from
temple. Rather, Lederman says, "everyone is in
agreement-to grow."
Lederman sees Miami as the "future" of
Conservative Judaism. It is not unreasonable to
assume that Beth Moshe and its new rabbi will
very naturally appeal to Conservative Jewry in
the area immediate to San Souci.
WITH NORTH MIAMI Beach well covered
conservatively by Beth Torah, B'nai Raphael and
Adath Yeshurun and Ner Tamid and Menorah in
the Northshore Beach area, Beth Moshe has some
fertile ground to cover in-between.
When Beth Moshe leaders shopped around for
a new rabbi, they seemed to have found a man
equal to and anxious for the job.

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Page 21 -A
RUSALEM "Ma'agalim" cycles is the title of a new
ture fry Israeli artist Menashe Kadishman which was un-
this summer on the Hebrew University's Mt. Scopus
pus. The five-ton metal sculpture, standing above the
an Research Institute overlooking the Judean Desert and
t City of Jerusalem, is a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bogen
New York, in honor of their daughter Lauren's bat mitzvah,
he Bogen family, Mr. Kadishman and many guests attended
t dedication ceremony presided over by Hebrew University
esident A vraham Harman.
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 9, 1977
No Tampering With Controversial Res.
WASHINGTON-(JTA)
The United States appeared
to close the door tightly
against aby "tampering" with
United Nations Security
Council Resolution 242.
However, cracks in the
asserted U.S. opposition to
any change in it or to it
continued to existcracks
that could be widened under
suitable circumstances.
"WE ARE basically opposed
to altering or amending 242,"
State Department spokesman
Hodding Carter said.
He was responding to
questions stemming from a
reported French government
move and Arab suggestions to
establish the Palestine Liberation
Organization as a party to
negotiations in Mideast peace
talks by action of the Security
Council.
Carter called 242 a "matter
carefully wrought" and "to try to
amend that would needlessly
complicate" the political process.
It is "something that cannot be
tampered with," he said.
WHEN A reporter suggested
that possibly a new resolution
would be offered that would
embrace all of 242 but add the
idea of a "Palestine homeland,"
the spokesman replied that "any
attempt to alter this fun-
damentally, to do what you're
suggesting, is something we
would oppose"
The discussion ended after
Carter said, "basically we are
opposed to trying to remove or
alter what has been the
framework document for the
negotiations."
Much of the feeling that the
U.S. position is not as airtight as
it now appears is based on
President Carter's statement
about the PLO on Aug. 9 in
Plains, Ga.
THE PRESIDENT said that
"if the Palestinians recognize the
applicability of UN Resolution
242, then it would open a new
opportunity for us to start
discussions with them. The thing
that has made the Palestinians
reluctant to accept 242 is that at
the time it was passed it only
referred to the Palestinians as
refugees. If the Palestinians
should say 'we recognize UN
Resolution 242 in its entirety but
we think the Palestinians have
additional status other than just
refugees' that would suit us
okay."
The question arose: how cai'
the U.S. continue to accept 242.
its entirety without amendrrr
and accept the demand by ',"
PLO that the Palestinians be
referred to as more than
"refugees," the designation for
them in the resolution?
ANOTHER FACTOR is that
Hodding Carter spoke of the U.S.
position as "basically" opposed
to any amendment or change in
the resolution. He summarized
the President's statement in
Plains as being that "if the PLO
were to say we accept 242 but
state the question of ttie
Palestinians is more tha.i
refugees, that would open the
way for us to talk to them"
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 23-A
oxy Brides Arrive From Syria
, BRIAN LIPSITZ
INANCYCHANIN
YORK (JTA) -
the nervous grooms-
tated for their future
Jewish brides at
^ternational Airport,
France flight from
cus taxied to a stop
iule shortly after 8
Bt Thursday night.
the 13 Syrian
iset foot in America
after a long and tiring flight
and 12 of them were in-
troduced to the men of
Brooklyn's Syrian Jewish
community whom they had
married by proxy July 19 in
Damascus.
A 13th woman, a widow with
three children, was released at
the last moment to be re-united
with her brother "in a
humanitarian gesture" by the
Syrians, said Rep. Stephen
Solarz, (D, N.Y.).
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more than 25,000 Syrian Jews
who live in Brooklyn, has been in
the forefront of efforts to obtain
the right to emigrate for Syrian
Jews who wish to leave.
Then all the Syrian Jewish men
and women were shuttled
through private corridors from
the airport's customs area into a
brightly lit room where they
faced the television cameras and
the press.
An air of excitement filled the
room as relatives and friends
crowded around, eager to
welcome the smiling women into
their homes, where they will stay
until they decide to officially get
married here.
SINCE ISRAEL'S War of
Independence in 1948, Jews have
been unable to leave Syria. In
recent years, many Jewish men in
their 20's and early 30's have
reportedly fled Syria, leaving
about 500 Jewish women with
little prospect of getting married
there. "I'd like to express our
profound gratitude to President
Hafez Assad. We see this as a
very significant breakthrough,"
Solarz said.
Rabbi Abraham Hecht of
Shaare Zion Synagogue, a leader
in the effort for the release ot
young Jewish women from Syria,
welcomed the brides with a short
Arabic saying and expressed the
hope that more Jews who desire
to leave Syria, including relatives
of the arriving women, will be
allowed to do so.
A smiling, vibrant Tira Souid,
chosen as the spokeswoman for
the brides, said "due to your
tireless efforts, we are here." She
also thanked Assad. Speaking in
Arabic, she said, "I was happy to
meet my groom and hope the
others (who remain in Syria) have
the same fortune."
MORRIS MANN, one of the
grooms, said "We have a similar
heritage and tradition and I am
hopeful it will work out." The
men, who sent marriage
proposals to Syria, said they
selected their brides on the basis
of information about the women
provided by Steven Shalom, a
leader of their Brooklyn com-
munity, who had traveled to
Syria to meet with the Jewish
community.
Solarz thanked President
Carter for discussing the plight of
the Syrian women, when Carter
met with Assad in Geneva in
May. Solarz said, "I would like
Jimmy Carter to serve as the best
man at the first wedding."
'Love Letter'
from Jimmy
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Sources close to Prime Minister
Menachem Begin profess them-
selves delighted with the tenor of
a three-page personal letter to the
Prime Minister from President
Carter delivered by the U.S.
Ambassador Samuel Lewis.
"A real love letter" was how
one top source described the
missive. The source said Carter
reiterated in the firmest and
warmest tones his commitment
to Israel's security, and his per-
sonal manner of address to Begin
gratifyingly bore out Begin's o\ 'n
repeated claim that the two men
had established a real rapport.
BUT OFFICIAL sources were
reticent as to the political content
of the letter. Observers believed
it dealt in part at least with the
situation in southern Lebanon
which has taken a turn for the
worse in recent days.
The fact that Damascus an-
nounced that President Hafez
Assad of Syria had also received
a letter from Carter and also
declined to disclose its contents
seemed to confirm the guess
that Carter was appealing to both
leaders to act with restraint and
to restrain the warring parties in
south Lebanon.
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