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

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

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Dlume 1 Number 24
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Hollywood, Florida Friday, December 2,1977
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Price 36 Cents
ihomrai Dinner to Launch Hard-Line Sadat Speech
1978 CJA-IEF Campaign Balanced by Careful Begin
Jiaim Herzog
To Speak
The Combined Jewish
[ppeal-Israel Emergency
and campaign of the Jew-
Federation of South
roward will officially be-
at the third annual
lomrai Dinner, 6:30 p.m.,
inday evening, Dec. 18 at
jmple Beth Shalom,
jllywood.
:JA-IEF General Cam-
^ign Chairman Dr.
anley Margulies, said
at Shomrai, which means
lardian in Hebrew, is the
^ditional campaign kick-
dinner at which time
ests are asked to make a
ancial commitment of at
1st $5,000 to benefit the
Irld-wide humanitarian
Drt to aid world Jewry.
JTHIS YEAR we are hoping
t record attendance marks our
^mrai dinner," Dr. Margulies
jlared, "as settlement for peace
the Middle East is still ques-
fcable. It is essential to raise
CHAIM HERZOG
more money than last year to
meet the growing and continuing
needs in the Jewish State,
coupled with raging inflation and
the devaluation of the Israeli
pound," he added.
CJA-IEF Big Gifts Chairman
Moses Hornstein announced that
the special guest speaker for the
Shomrai Dinner will be Chaim
Herzog, Israel's Ambassador to
the United Nations. Hornstein
noted that this is a most critical
time for Israel in light of the
Sadat/ Begin meetings, and that
Heraog will deliver a complete
report of the confidential
meetings.
Anyone who is interested in
attending the Shomrai Dinner is
asked to contact the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward.
By TUVIA MENDELSON
and GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The main message was
peace in the speech by
President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt and the response by
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin of Israel before a
packed Knesset Sunday
afternoon. Both leaders re-
frained from emphasizing
those points of disagree-
ment most painful to the
other.
The core of Sadat's hour-
long address in Arabic was
Egypt's readiness for full
recognition of Israel as a
legitimate sovereign State
in the Middle East. Begin,
who spoke for 45 minutes in
Hebrew, called for a peace
treaty, normal diplomatic
relations and open frontiers
between Israel and Egypt
allowing their peoples to
move freely between the
two countries.
ALTHOUGH Sadat reiterated
his oft-repeated call for complete
withdrawal by Israel from the oc-
cupied Arab territories including
"Arab Jerusalem" and its recog-
nition of the right of the I'ales
tinians to establish their own
state, he did not mention the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion.
Begin, while affirming Israel's
"eternal undisputed rights," did
not refer to any areas that Israel
would never give up, not even
East Jerusalem, but emphasized
Israel's commitment to free
access to the holy places.
The unprecedented appearance
by the Egyptian leader before
Israel's parliament and all the
pomp and ceremony occasioned
by such a momentous event was
broadcast and televised world-
wide via satellite.
WHEN Sadat arrived at the
Knesset, he laid a wreath at the
eternal light memorial to fallen
Jewish soldiers everywhere. His
entry into the chamber was
greeted by a trumpet fanfare and
a warm standing ovation by the
assembled Knesset members and
guests.
"Today, I announce and de-
clare that we welcome you, we are
ready to accept you arid live with
you under a permanent peace,"
Sadat proclaimed from the Knes-
set podium.
Early in his address, the Egyp-
tian leader stressed that he did
not come to Jerusalem to nego-
tiate a separate peace between
Israel and Egypt because a
separate peace would not lead to
permanent peace in the area.
HE SAID he did not come to
achieve an agreement to ter-
minate the state of war between
the two nations nor does he seek
another disengagement either in
the Sinai, the Golan Heights, or
the West Bank. "I came to you
today on solid ground to shape a
new life and to establish peace. I
came here so that we together can
build a durable peace in the
region," Sadat declared.
He insisted that there can be
no peace without the Palestin-
ians, that the Palestinian issue
was the crux of the Middle East
conflict and noted pointedly that
the United States, Israel's
greatest friend and ally, the pro-
vider of military, economic and
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Human Rights Day To
Feature Journalist Toth
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iig Gifts Meeting To
Feature Friedman
, A Big Gifts parlor meeting will kick off the 1978 Combined
Ush Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Jewish
deration of South Broward.
Hosted by Federation Vice President and CJA-IEF Big
ts Chairman Moses Hornstein and Mrs. Hornstein, the
bting will take place Sunday, Dec. 4.
Herbert A. Friedman, former executive vice chairman of
United Jewish Appeal, will be the guest speaker and is
ected to comment on the historic meeting between Egyptian
sident Sadat and Israel's Prime Minister Begin.
Friedman resides in Israel and travels throughout the
rid visiting Jewish communities.
The Big Gifts meeting is a prelude to the official campaign
ening at the Shomrai Dinner, Dec. 18.
In accordance with a
:: proclamation by Hollywood
::: Mayor David Keating, Sun-
X- day, Dec. 4, has been de-
8 dared Human Rights Day
:: for Soviet Jewry. Human
:: Rights Day will be common-
X; orated by a community wide
: forum featuring former Los
:: Angeles Times Moscow cor-
:: respondent, Robert Toth, 8
jj p.m., Sunday, Dec. 4, at
X; Temple Sinai in Hollywood.
Toth is currently with the
:: Washington Bureau of the
%.Los Angeles Times accord-
:: ing to Rhoda Marcus, chair-
g man of the event.
The program, under the
:: auspices of the Jewish Fed-
:: eration of South Broward
X; and its constituent agencies,
:: will feature Toth relating his
:: experiences while being in-
X; tensely questioned by the
:$ Soviet secret police, the
| KGB.
"This non-fund-raising
x event will be Toth's only
:: appearance in Florida. The
Hollywood Mayor David Keating proclaimed Dec. 4 as
Human Rights Day for Soviet Jewry. He presented the
proclamation to Rhoda Marcus, chairman of the Human
Rights forum featuring journalist Robert Toth, and spon-
sored by the Community Relations Committee of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward.
public is urged to come and
hear the message of the di-
vided Soviet families told
through the mouth of this in-
spiring journalist," Mrs.
Marcus declared.

Money Management for Women to be Topic of Seminar
Beth Collier, Arnold Ganz, Philip E. Heckerling
^d Ben Salter will be the guest panelists at a com-
initywide seminar on Money Management for
[omen, 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, at the Holiday
i, 4000 South Ocean Drive in Hollywood.
Jo Ann Katz and Florence Roth, co-chairmen of
le event, have promised an "exciting and edu-
pional morning."
MRS. ROTH explained: "The panelists are all
ilified in their fields. Beth Collier is a retired CPA
kd former instructor of accounting at both the Uni-
versity of Miami and Florida International
University. She is a resource person for Miami
Dade's Money Management program and enjoys
lecturing to philanthropic and other organizations.
"Arnold Ganz is an economist and investment
counselor. He keeps active in the Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies as a member of its investment
committee.
"Philip Heckerling is the founder of the
University of Miami's Institute of Estate Planning
and director of graduate divisions in taxation and
estate planning. He is also a Professor of Law at the
University of Miami.
"BEN SALTER is an attorney in South
Broward. He is a former president of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward and the South
Broward Bar Association. He is currently the chair-
man of the Federation's Legacies and Endowments
Committee.
"This non-fund-raising event will be greatly
enjoyed by all who attend," Mrs. Roth noted.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
.. r,
Friday, December 2,1977
1 Nesher in Hollywood
Dr. Aryeh Nesher, Israel Prime Minister Begin's special rep-
resentative in the United States, was in Hollywood to discuss
solicitation techniques for the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. Prior to the training session,
Nesher watched Egyptian President Sadat deliver his message
to the Knesset in Jerusalem. Watching with Nesher (front) are
Dr. Stanley Margulies, 1978 CJA-IEF general campaign, and
Karen Margulies, associate chairman.
Gathered around the television set listening to Prime Minister
Begin's reply to the Egyptian President are CJA-IEF leaders,
Joe Raymond; Karen Margulies; Yossi Net/, community shali-
ach; Bert Mock; Dr. Stanley Margulies; Elaine Fleisher; and
Florence Roth.
Chanukah Institutes Held
Two Chanukah Institutes were
held in Hollywood, Sunday, Nov.
13, at Temple Beth Shalom and
Temple. Beth El, according to Dr^
Diana Reisman, educational con-
sultant of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward and the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish
Education.
The program at Temple Beth
Shalom included, "Chanukah in
Law and Custom," "Arts and
Crafts .for Chanukah," "Songs
for Chanukah" and "Chanukah
Historically."
PARTICIPATING in the
workshops Were Rabbi Morton
Malavsky of Temple Beth Shal-
om, Sandy Goldman of the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion, Yossi Netz of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward,
Rabbi Avrom Drazin of Temple
Israel of Miramar, and teachers
from all school departments at
Temple Beth Shalom, Temple
Beth Emet, Temple Israel of
Miramar, Temple in the Pines,
and Temple Sinai.
The second institute, hosted by
Temple Beth El, included "Songs
for Chanukah," "Chanukah and
Christmas" and "Chanukah His-
torical! v."
Participants for this Institute
included Yossi Netz of the Jew-
ish Federation of South Broward,
Stephanie King of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
Rabbi Julian Cook of Temple
Sinai in North Dade, and
teachers from Temple Beth El
and Temple Beth Emet.
Morris Amitay
Speaks in
Hollywood
"I think Sadat went to Jeru-
salem because a dramatic gesture
was necessary," said Morris J.
Amitay, executive director of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee, speaking to some 500
members of the South Broward
community at Temple Beth El in
Hollywood. ,
Amitay added, "Egypt has a
population of millions whose
destiny is tied to a small strip of
soil. Something had to be done."
Amitay was the featured
speaker at a community-wide
forum sponsored by the Com-
munity Relations Committee of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
"Amitay's appearance just
happened to coincide with the
Begin-Sadat meeting in
Jerusalem," noted forum Chair-
man Andrew Grecnman. "We
were fortunate to have a gather-
ing such as this, joining together
concerned Jews in the area, to
bear the viewpoint of Israel's
lobbying organization in
Washington regarding this
historic meeting."
"I think some headway has
been made," said Amitay. "This
is the first time Sadat has ever
recognized Israel's right to exist.
There were no earth-shattering
statements made when Sadat
addressed the Knesset. Both
leaders expressed their sincere
wishes for peace with their neigh-
bors.
"The steps to peace were not
created in front of the public eye.
Begin and Sadat did not get
down to hard-core facts during
the news conference, the working
lunch or even the working din-
ner," explained Amitay. "The
really heavy talking was done in
the car as they drove together
and during more private
moments that the two leaders
had together."
Before opening the floor to
questions from the audience,
Amitay ended by saying,
"Sadat's and President Carter's
peace plans for the Middle East
are similar. We must remain
vigilant and hope that this
historic meeting of two opposing
leaders will one day evolve into a
lasting peace for the people of
Israel."
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The December meeting of the Leadership Development
groups of the Jewish Federation of South Broward will be high-
Lighted by Allen Pollack, executive committee member of the
World Zionist Organization.
Pollack is also serving on the Board of Governors of the
Jewish Agency and the Board of Directors of the United Israel
Appeal, according to R. Joel Weiss, Leadership Development
over-all chairman.
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"Pollack was instrumental in establishing the American
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movement of Tsarist Russia," Weiss said.
"WE ARE looking forward to a good turnout for this truly
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Hillcrest Big Gifts
Meeting Planned Dec. 8
The Hillcrest campaign of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund will be launched at a Big Gifts Parlor
Meeting, 5 p.m., Dec. 8, in the Arnold Palmer Room of the Hill-
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According to Nathan Pritcher, Hillcrest general chairman,
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Near East Report and director of information for the Jewish
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"The Hillcrest campaign is a vital part of the CJA-IEF,"
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Friday, December 2,1977
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
College Seminar To
Combat Arab Propaganda
A seminar designed to help
college youth combat Arab
propaganda on the campus is
planned by the Women's Divi-
sion and the Community Rela-
tions Committee of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
The programs, to be held on
Dec. 26 and 28, will feature
speakers equipped with facts
about the Middle East situation,
to relay to vacationing college
students.
"ALL TOO often, Arab
students who are financially sup-
ported by their governments
preach inaccurate anti-Israel
propaganda on campus," de-
clared Dr. Joel Schneider, chair-
man of the Federation's CRC.
Our program is planned to let
the students know the real facts,
so when confronted by Arab
propagandists they will be able to
reply.
Joyce Newman, CRC cochair-
man, said that the college semi-
, nar will be held on Dec. 26 at the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center in North
Miami Beach and is open to all
college students in South Florida.
"We are very fortunate to have
as our guest that evening, Morris
J. Amitay, executive director of
the American Israel Public Af-
faris Committee (AIPAC)," she
said.
ACCORDING to Mrs. New-
man, Amitay is a "dynamic
speaker who has the facts at his
fingertips and will help the
students in their quest to combat
Arab Propaganda."
Phyllis Kraemer, Women's
Division president, said the col-
lege seminar will continue on the
evening of Dec. 28, with a hum-
sin. She said it will be a chance
for the students to gather to-
gether to "rap," enjoy Israeli
music, food, singing and dis-
cussion.
"The two evenings should be a
great learning experience, as well
as a lot of fun for the young
people," Mrs. Kraemer said. "It
will certainly send them back to
the campuses around the
country, better equipped to dis-
cuss the Mideast with their fellow
students."
Receiving Young Leadership recognition from the Council of
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Assembly held in Dallas, Texas are (from left) R. Joel Weiss,
recipient of the Hy and Belle Schlafer Young Leadership
Award; Alan Marcuvitz, CJFWF board member; and Barbara
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standing Leadership Award. Weiss and Buchwald received the
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Friday, December 2,1977
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I Tribute to Rabbi Shapiro
Temple Sinai of Hollywood turned out in force Nov.
*: 20 to honor the elevation of Rabbi David Shapiro to the
:! position of Rabbi Emeritus of the Temple.
The distinction accorded Rabbi Shapiro is not only
g Temple Sinai's, but all of South Florida's, as well.
Rabbi Shapiro came to our sun-drenched shores some
xj three decades ago following a stint as director of the
S American Jewish Congress in Chicago and the Midwest
I from 1945 to 1948.
Born in Jerusalem, he is from a long line of dis-
tinguished rabbis on both his maternal and paternal sides.
Prior to his accepting the spiritual leadership of
:: Temple Sinai, Rabbi Shapiro was president of the Greater
: Miami Rabbinical Association, past president of the
:: Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization of America
:: and a ZOA national vice president. :
Under his unique guidance since joining Temple Sinai ::
: almost a quarter of a century ago, the fledgling con- ::
:: gregation grew to its present membership of some 750 ::
:: families. In March, 1959, after only seven years in the S
:: pulpit of Temple Sinai, the congregation honored Rabbi g
:: Shapiro by presenting him with a life contract, truly a ::
':'; distinguished vote of confidence.
In Hollywood, the Rabbi has served as president of ::
g the Broward Board of Rabbis and president of the Greater g
:: Hollywood Clergymen's Fellowship, among other leading ::
g activities. :|
By' any measure of service, Rabbi Shapiro has :*
:> fulfilled the highest aspirations of his calling, and the ;:
congregation he now serves as Rabbi Emeritus has every ::
;: reason to be surely proud of this.
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Immigrant Aid Society) visited
the 96-year-old Jewish migration
agency's Rome facility, which
oversees transportation and
living conditions for Jewish emi-
grants from the Soviet Union and
other Iron Curtain countries,
while they are enroute to free-
world countries.
Pritcher is actively involved
with the Jewish Federation of
South Broward. which helps fund
HIAS with monies collected by
its Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign.
ACCORDING to Pritcher, HI-
AS has helped to settle nearly
5,000 Soviet Jews in the United
States during 1977. "Most of
these people, seeking a better life
in the West, came through this
facility here in Rome," Pritcher
noted. He added that Soviet ar-
rivals in the United States, in-
cluding the many families living
in South Broward, are from 11 of
the 15 Soviet republics. He said
the dominant number, more than
70 percent, continue to come from
the Ukraine.
The HIAS Rome facility is
used as a mid-point in the long
journey from Russia to the
United States and other coun-
tries. The emigrants are settled
for a time while their papers are
processed for entrance into other
countries. While in Rome, they
attend classes in English and are
tutored in the cultural differences
which they will experience while
living in the West.
Pritcher noted that most of the
Jews are living in the suburban
Rome community of Ostia. He
said they are eager to be re-
located in their new host coun-
Continued on Page 9
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
Anne Bancroft with Golda Meir during a recent visit to Israel.
Golda on Broadway
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) -
After a great deal of fanfare,
advance publicity and out-of-
town tryouts, "Golda," a
play by William Gibson and
directed by Arthur Penn,
starring Anne Bancroft as
Golda Meir, opened Nov. 14
at the Morosco Theater.
From the onset, it must be
stated the original is far
more vital, powerful and
exuberant than its Broadway
copy.
After the decision was
made to try to create a
Broadway-framed play based
on the life of Mrs. Meir, and
the further decision made to
cast Miss Bancroft in the
role of Golda, one problem
which must have arisen im-
mediately was the degree to
which the physical appear-
ance of Miss Bancroft should
be made, by the legerdemain
of make-up, as much as pos-
sible like that of Mrs. Meir.
THE BASIC problem of
the attempt to dramatize
Mrs. Meir's life by the ve-
hicle of a stage surrogate
becomes stunningly evident
on Miss Bancroft's initial
appearance as Golda. She is
a physical and psychological
wisp. Mrs. Meir is a physical
and psychological block of
granite. Sympathetic as the
viewer may be, there is no in-
tellectual and emotional way
to reconcile such polar differ-
ences.
Moreover, Miss Bancroft-
as-Golda rarely projects the
power which Mrs. Meir pro-
jected to the world, particu-
larly as Prime Minister, in
scores of interviews, print
and TV media reports, par-
ticularly TV, and in com-
ments by seasoned observers
of the wielders of power.
The fact is that Golda
Meir has started to become a
legend in her own lifetime,
one of the few women to head
the government of a modern
country, the only woman to
direct the affairs of that
fascinating-more-than-a-
country called Israel, and
one of the few to lead her
country in war.
BRIDGING the gap be-
tween Miss Bancroft first-
rate actress that she is
and the larger-than-life per-
sonality she seeks to project
across the footlights, is
clearly beyond Miss Ban-
croft's considerable acting
skills.
It is impossible to believe
that Miss Bancroft, looking
slightly like Golda Meir, ever
comes to represent at any
time during the two hours,
even in theater terms, the
unique totality of mind,
spirit and intelligence that is
Golda Meir.
The reviewer assumes that
Mrs. Meir checked every
Continued on Page 6
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 2,1977
Anne Bancroft (seated second left) in a rare
quiet moment with her family from the play
"Golda," now playing
Morosco Theater.
at New York's
with neither fire nor anguish.
Possibly no man, however
dominating and powerful,
could have deflected Golda
Meir from her passionate
"yes" to destiny. But her
husband's challenge is in
toto a submissive acceptance
of what he comes to under-
stand must be. The tragedy
takes its force not from his
portrayal but from Golda,
reminiscing on the price she
has paid as a wife and
mother to serve Zionism, and
her understanding of the
price that her husband and
children also paid.
THE OTHER characters
apparently are sacrificed in
the script to keep the spot-
light on Golda. Her generals
are men of cardboard. Some-
times they discuss the fearful
events of the days im-
mediately after Yom Kippur,
1973, in tones of appropriate
gravity but they also fre-
quently fire off one- and two-
sentence speeches. From
time to time, in the terrible
days of the early reverses on
the Golan Heights and at the
Suez Canal, they turn to her,
as to a teacher in a class, and
declaim, "You must act
Golda."
There is a Cabinet meeting
in the same mold. The minis-
ters argue, gesticulate, wring
their hands, dart in and out
of the spotlight, and rarely
offer helpful suggestions.
They, too, are largely plastic
figures.
The larger-than-life living
legend which Golda Meir is
becoming, if she has not al-
ready achieved that emi-
nence at 79. may be beyond
pinning down in the limited
arena of a Broadway stage,
even by so gifted an actress
as Miss Bancroft. She is in-
triguing to watch, she is
clearly someone representing
a person of authority, she
projects a sense of history.
Unfortunately, what she
does not project is the extra-
ordinary personality-charac-
ter of Golda Meir. The play is
subtitled "a partial por-
trait." That's all it is.
Golda on Broadway
Continued from Page 5
word of the script and one,
accordingly, must accept as
valid what are otherwise
some puzzling items. For
example, M iss Bancroft once
in a while sounds like
Tevye's wife, Golde.
THERE ARE two scenes
in which the illusion of
reality does come through.
In one, Mrs. Meir visits a
Displaced Persons camp,
presumably for the Jewish
Agency, with several hun-
dred exit permits. It has
been decided that all of the
permits should be used for
children, a revelation which
provokes an outcry. Mrs.
Meir asks for a chance to talk
to all the inmates; it must be
their decision. She makes a
little talk, deeply moving,
that "some day we will have
a state and no Jew will have
to wait." The DPs agree to
priority for the children.
The other involves Mrs.
Meir's determination to let
nothing including her
marriage and her children
stop her from carrying out
her commitment to the Zion-
ist movement, as her deter-
mination pulls her into ever-
wider reaches of respon-
sibility. Her husband
emerges as a weakling, given
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
Letters to theCditor
AJCongress Study is a Service
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Your Nov. 18 "Editor's Cor-
ner" wonders why the American
Jewish Congress issued a 17-page
study of President Carter's pro-
posed changes in the Social
Security System. The answer is
quite simple: Jews have a higher
percentage of senior citizens than
any other group in our society.
The proposed changes will
affect the lives of hundreds of
thousands of our people. We felt
it was a service to them and to
the Jewish community at large to
analyze these changes so that
individual Jews as well as Jewish
welfare federations around the
country could be aware of them
and take whatever action they
deem necessary.
THE EXPRESSIONS of
appreciation we have received
from many Jewish federations for
our initiative in publishing the
analysis confirm the value of this
publication. We have also been
complimented for our role in
translating the new regulations
affecting SSI (Supplementary
Security Income) into Yiddish for
a Federal government brochure.
These are services to Jews. I hope
you and your readers will un-
derstand.
May I now express my own
puzzlement? Why was it neces-
sary for you, in the same
"Editor's Corner," to make a
gratuitous and unfair comparison
of America and Israel as regards
"taxes, retirement benefits and
other questions pertaining to the
cost of living?"
Everyone knows that Israel is
besieged at every side by enemies
seeking its destruction, having
fought four major wars and a
couple of minor ones in its 29
years of existence.
EVERYONE KNOWS that
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pay are the result of the enor-
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Israel's very survival. Does such
an attack on Israel serve any-
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Hard-Line Sadat Speech Balanced by Careful Begin
Continued from Page 1
moral support to Israel "has ac-
cepted the fact that Palestinians
are entitled to get their legitimate
rights."
Urging Israel's acceptance of
the right of the Palestinians to
establish their own state, Sadat
declared that Israel had nothing
to fear from "a newly-born state"
which would need world assis-
tance and would not be a threat
to anyone.
SADAT declared that for
ending the occupation of Arab
territory and acknowledging the
fundamental rights of the Pales-
tinian people, Israel would
receive a peace agreement recog-
nizing its secure boundaries and
any international guarantees it
chooses to accept.
The relations between Israel
and the Arab countries should be
based on the principle of no resort
to force, he said. "Israel must live
within its own borders, with its
Arab neighbors, with all the
international guarantees afforded
to it and the other parties, "|
Sadat asserted.
He deplored that "many|
months in which peace could1
have been brought have been
wasted over differences and fruit-
less discussions on the pro-
cedures to be followed at a recon-
vened Geneva peace conference."
"IF GOD Almighty has made
it my fate to assume the respon-
sibility on behalf of the Egyptian
people and to share in the fate-
determining possibility of the
Arab nation, the main duty dic-
tated by this responsibility is to
try by every means to save my
Egyptian people and the entire
Arab nation from the horrors of
new, shocking and destructive
wars," Sadat declared. He said to
accomplish that, he became con-
vinced that he must "go to the
farthest corners of the world,
even to Jerusalem, to address the
Knesset, the representatives of
the people, to acquaint them with
all the facts."
Sadat acknowledged that there
were many in the Arab world and
some in Israel who looked upon
his trip to Jerusalem with anger
and suspicion. He said he forgave
them. He referred indirectly to a
charge by Israel's Chief of Staff
Gen. Mordechai Gur that his trip
was a cover for war preparations.
He said that was not the case.
"We must all rise above all forms
of fanaticism, above all forms of
self-deception, and above all
forms of obsolete theories of
superiority. The most important
thing is never to forget that in-
fallibility is the prerogative of
God," Sadat said.
HE SAID that he has been
asked, ever since arriving in Is-
rael, what he intends to achieve
by his visit. "I came here without
the intention to achieve some-
thing but to start a new road,"
Sadat said.
Begin, who followed Sadat at
the podium, had warm words for
Sadat's trip. "The distance be-
tween Cairo and Jerusalem is
almost infinite but President
Sadat has crossed that distance
graciously," he said.
He said the trip required
courage and "We, the Jewish
people, know how to appreciate
such courage." Begin stressed,
"We do not believe in might and
we have never put our trust in
might in our relations with the
Arab countries .. All of us here
have one hope, one desire and one
ambition to bring peace."
"WE ASK for a complete and
true peace, a total appeasement
between the Jewish people and
the Arabs," the Israeli leader
said. He recalled that at its birth,
Israel was attacked on three
fronts by its neighbors and that
the hand of peace it extended
then and over the years that fol-
lowed was rejected. But, he de-
clared, "We should not drown
ourselves in past memories of the
wars between us. We have to
overcome those memories and
care for the future," he said.
Begin observed to Sadat that
"we did not invite you and you
did not come to form a barrier be-
tween Egypt and the other Arab
countries." But," he said,
"Egypt and Israel must recog-
nize that they have to live to-
gether forever and should freely
negotiate a peace treaty. "War is
avoidable but peace is unavoid-
able," he said. He proposed that
the first clause of a peace treaty
should deal with the termination
of all states of war.
"LET OUR frontiers be open
for free movement. Let your
people come here and our people
go to you. Our country is open to
the people of Egypt without con-
ditions," Begin said. He also re-
iterated his invitations to Presi-
dent Hafez Assad of Syria and
King Hussein of Jordan to open
negotiations for peace with
Israel. Begin said that he himself
was ready to travel to any Arab
capital to promote good relations
and peace.
Begin's speech was interrupted
twice by Communist MK Meir
Wilner. Begin sighed, lapsed into
English and told Sadat, "The
Communist member here dis-
turbs me but this is the price I
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Israel Must be Strong-Dr. K.
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NEW YORK (JTA) -
Former Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger said here
that while "The Carter ad-
ministration would not
deliberately put Israel's se-
curity at risk," Israel must
be left "strong enough to
protect its future by its own
efforts."
He declared that "Israel
has never rejected a chance
to make progress towards a
settlement, or to run the
risks for peace." He added
that "a just peace cannot
be an imposed peace" and
that "coordination of pol-
icies between Israel and the
United States" is "im-
perative."
THESE WERE the highlights
of Kissinger's address to 500
caders of the American Jewish
Congress at a dinner at the Plaza
Hotel, where he presented the
Stephen Wise Award of the
AJCongress to former Israeli
Prime Minister Golda Meir.
Another Stephen Wise medallion
was awarded to Mayor Abraham
Beame. Sen. Jacob Javits (R.,
N.Y.) served as dinner chairman.
Pritcher Visit
Continued from Page 4
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We must not permit outside
powers to emerge as the ad-
vocates for a point of view that
penalizes moderation."
He emphasized the "enormous
complexity" of an "overall
solution" among "parties with an
unequal commitment to peace."
IN THIS regard, Kissinger
declared: "A just peace must be a
peace which the participants
accept and feel a stake in
preserving. And therefore the
process by which peace is made is
almost as important as the final
outcome. At each stage the
parties must feel that it was their
decision and not somebody else's
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Kissinger asserted that "the
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government of the United States
cannot be at issue. No President
would knowingly risk the future
of Israel. Nor would he make a
deal to undermine Israel's future
for some global consideration."
He stated that his acquain-
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Israel would become totally
isolated or diplomacy would
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THEREFORE, he added, a
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Israel and the U.S. is "im-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
|JFSB Readies New Headquarters!
v
The Jewish Federation of South Broward is
readying its new building faculties at 2719 Holly-
wood Blvd., in anticipation of an early 1978 move
from its present quarters.
Moses Hornstein and I. Abe Durbin, cochair-
men of the Federation Building committee,
announced that the new headquarters will provide
almost three times the working area and will
enable the staff, as well as lay leadership, to
better provide for the needs of the area's fast
growing Jewish community.
LEWIS E. Conn, Federation president, said
that the new building will serve as campaign
headquarters for the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund, as well as the focal point
of the organized Jewish community in South
Broward.
Hornstein and Durbin pointed out that ar-
chitects and engineers are currently working to
improve the interior and exterior of the building,
under the supervision of Building Committee
members: Theodore Newman, Herbert Kravitz
and Dr. Sam Meline. Mervin Weinstein is the
architect.
Conn said that the greater amount of space will
enable Federation to more effectively carry out its
programs and expand its services throughout the
community.
Cochairmen of the Hillcrest B'nai B'rith Golforama Alan
Hlaustein (left) and Sam Sherwood.
Golforama to Benefit B'nai B'rith
Exterior construction is underway on the new headquarters of
the Jewish Federation of South Broward, 2719 Hollywood
Blvd.
An electrician prepares an
electrical outlet during con-
struction of the new Feder-
ation building.
The second Hillcrest B'nai
B'rith Golforama at the Hillcrest
Country Club on Dec. 5, bene-
fiting the B'nai B'rith Foun-
dation and the B'nai B'rith Anti-
Defamation League, will include
a full day's activities, as well as a
gourmet dinner show with music
and dancing, it was announced
by Alan Blaustein and Sam Sher-
wood, cochairmen of the event for
the Hillcrest B'nai B'rith Lodge.
Other members of the Execu-
tive Committee for the Golfo-
rama, which will feature guest
appearances by Atty. Gen.
Robert Shevin, Broward County
Sheriff Edward Stack, Mrs.
Steve Calder, Christine Lee, and
B'nai B'rith youth from the
Masada Chapter, include Hill-
crest B'nai B'rith members
Thomas Cohen, Sam Green, Ben
Haiblum, Jake Mogilowitz, Bill
Rabins, Sol Royal and Sam Sil-
verberg.
THE B'NAI B'rith Founda-
tion supports the B'nai B'rith's
prestigious Youth Services which
include the Hillel Foundations on
347 campuses, the BBYO teenage
clubs in 1,100 American com-
munities and the Career and
Counseling Services which main-
tain offices in 20 cities.

December # ^ ^
commumtycalendar
All organizational and congregational publicity must be mailed to: "Com- fl
munitv Calendar." Jewish Federation of South Broward. lm Hnllvumnri
munity Calendar," Jewish Federation ot South Broward, 2838 Hollywood
Boulevard, Hollywood, Fla. 33020.
Deadline for receiving news is noon, December in, tor the January listing of
events. "Community Calendar" forms and deadline schedules may be obtained by
calling the Jewish Federation at 921-8810.
13
tuesday 18
Sunday 2
monday
thursday
tuesday
SHALOM OF HOLLYWOOD HAOAS-
SAH, Annual Rummage Sale, Hades-
sah Bargain Box, 2042 Harrison St.,
Hollywood. Call 9236174. (Sale will
run through December.)
HALLMARK ORT, General meeting,
book review by Paula Malumet, 12:30
p.m.. Hallmark Great Hall. 3800 S.
Ocean Drive, Hollywood, Florida. Call
458 1S71, or 458 0141.
Saturday
TEMPLE SOLEL, Musicale by Senior
Citizens Orchestra, conducted by
Henry Osmon, 7:30 p.m., 5100
Sheridan St. Call 961 7558, or989 0205
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT,
Group a &, b talk by Allen Pollack on
Israel's role in the Diaspora, 8 p.m.
SABRA: SCOPUS GROUP OF
HOLLYWOOD HADASSAH, Board
Meeting, 9:45 a.m., Washington Fed-
eral Savings Bank, 450 N. Park Rd.,
Hollywood. Call 961-0889.
SHALOM GROUP OF HOLLYWOOD
HADASSAH, Chanukah Membership
Party, Tribute to Life Members,
Noon, Washington Federal, 450 N.
Park Rd., Hollywood. Call 921 0527.
SISTERHOOD OF TEMPLE SINAI,
Paid-up Membership Luncheon,
Noon, Temple Sinai, Haber Karp Hall,
1201 Johnson St.. Hollywood. Call 963
4945.
FEDERATION EXECUTIVE COM-
MITTEE MEETING, 7:30 p.m., 2838
Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood.
ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM,
Book Review, "The Crash of '79", 8
p.m. Call 920 1577 or 925 4839.
SHOMRAI DINNER, 1978 CJA-IEF
kickoff, special guest Chaim Herzog.
14
Wednesday
20
tuesday
SABRA: SCOPUS GROUP OF
HOLLYWOOD HADASSAH, Lun
cheon and Card Party, 11:30 a.m.
3:30 p.m.. Emerald Hills Country
Club, 3800 N. Hills Drive, Hollywood.
Call 434 3895. I
SABRA: SCOPUS GROUP OF
HOLLYWOOD HADASSAH, General
Membership Meeting, 11:30 a.m. Call
961 0889 or 963 7846.
HALLMARK GROUP OF
HADASSAH, Meeting, 12:30 p.m.,
Great Hall, Hallmark, 3800 S. Ocean
Drive, Hollywood. Call 456 7767.
AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS:
HOLLYDALE CHAPTER, Health in
the Later Years, Dr. M. Oberheder
and E. Borenstein, Noon, Galahad
South, 3801 S. Ocean Drive. Call 949
8654.
COLLEGE YOUTH MID-EAST SEM-
INAR, 7:3o p.m., Michael Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center, 18900 N.E.
25th Avenue. North Miami Beach.
27
tuesday
Wednesday
IT
thursday
Sunday
PEMBROKE PINES UNIT OF NA-
TIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH
WOMEN, Annual Paid-up Luncheon,
Fashion Show, guests invited, 12:30
p.m. Hollybrook Golf Tennis Club-
house, Washington Blvd. Pembroke
Pines. Call 431 0950.
MIRAMAR CHAPTER OF PIONEER
WOMEN, Rummage sale, 10 a.m. 5
p.m., West Hollywood Citizens
League, 805 Glen Pkwy. Call 989-7870,
or 98*4240.
1978 CJA-IEF KICKOFF, BIGGIFTS,
Parlor meeting, 5 p.m.
BROTHERHOOD OF TEMPLE
BETH EL, Chanukah Dinner Party
for members and their children, 6
p.m., Tobin Auditorium, 1351 S. Nth
St., Hollywood Call 454-5087 or 458
4920.
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY, talk by
Robert Toth, 8 p.m.. Temple Sinai,
1201 Johnson St.
MEN'S CLUB OF TEMPLE SINAI,
Men's Club Breakfast, 9:30 a.m..
Temple Sinai, Haber Karp Hall, 1201
Johnson Street, Hollywood. Call 920-
1577 or 456 8797.
8
thursday
SOUTHWEST BROWARD CHAP-
TER: HADASSAH, Luncheon, 19th
Anniversary Celebration, 12:30 p.m.,
Miramar Recreation Center, 6700
Miramar Pkwy., Miramar. Call 987-
6210 or 981 9402.
TOVA CHAPTER: B'NAI B'RITH
WOMEN, General Meeting. 8:30p.m.,
Hollywood Federal Savings and Loan,
4600 Sheridan St., Hollywood. Call 98'
6059 or 966 9343.
22
tuesday
CHAI LODGE B'NAI B'RITH, NO.
2574, BUFFET. Speaker Larry King,
Commentator WIOD, 8 p.m.,
Washington Federal 8, Loan Assoc-
iation, Auditorium, 450 N. Park Rd.
near Hollywood Mall. Call 966 8199 or
9835112.
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH
BROWARD BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MEETING, 7:30 p.m., 2838 Hollywood
Blvd., Hollywood.
TEMPLE SINAI, College Student
Brunch, 11 a.m., Temple Sinai, Lip-
man Youth Wing, 1201 Johnson St.,
Hollywood. Call 92fr 1577.
2T
Wednesday
COLLEGE YOUTH MID-EAST SEM-
INAR, 7 30 p.m., 2838 Hollywood
Blvd., Hollywood.
MONEY MANAGEMENT SEMINAR
FOR WOMEN, Holiday Inn, 4000 S.
Ocean Drive, Hollywood, 9:30 a.m.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT:
MEADOWBROOK TOWERS
CHAPTER, General Meeting, 11:30
a.m.. Guest speaker, Alfred Golden,
1:45 p.m.. Home Federal Building,
2001 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd., Casa
Grade Room, Hallandale.
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SISTERHOOD: YOUNG ISRAEL OF
HOLLYWOOD, Bowling Party, 8:30
p.m.. Imperial Bowling Lanes, 2328 N.
Federal Hwy., Dania. Call 962 1540.
3389 SHERIDAN ST. HOLLYWOOD
PARK SHERIDAN WEST.
963-0205
monday
MIRAMAR CHAPTER OT PIONEER
WOMEN, Rummage sale, 8 a.m. 4
p.m. Information under Dec. 4.
HOLLYWOOD CHAPTER OF HA-
DASSAH: HILLCREST GROUP,Pro
gram, "Chanukah Candle Lighting",
Noon, Hillcrest Playdium, Hillcrest
Drive, Hollywood. Call 963-0566 or961
7747
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH
WOMEN: HOLLYWOOD SECTION.
General Meeting, 12:30 p.m. Temple
Sinai, 1201 Johnson St., Hollywood.
Call923 4286. ____
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Monthly meeting, 7:30 p.m., DeAnza
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WOOd. Call 966-0978.
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Sunday
MIRAMAR CHAPTER OF PIONEER
WOMEN, Fund Raising Luncheon In
honor of L'Amat in Israel, Noon, Dip-
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Pkwy., Hallandale. Call 989^870 or
98*4240.
YOUTH COMMISSION: TEMPLE IS-
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ay, December 2,1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
ioviet Article Attacks Levich
frof. Benjamin Levich, a world
tiority in the field of physio-
lical hydrodynamics, has
seeking without success to
ate to Israel since 1972 A
vy attack was recently
(iched against him by an of-
d weekly publication of the
net Writer's Union, The Liter-
\Gazette.
addition, an anonymous
kr warned him that if he re-
to the attack, there will be
denunciations, and that his
al character would be called
[question.
IOF. Levich said he was ig-
ig the warning by sending an
i letter to the weekly.
tie scientist said that the ar-
in the Gazette was up
fently prompted because other
SILENT NO MORE
riet and Western scientists are
ling to his defense. He noted
the magazine also attacked
International Scientific Con-
nce at Oxford University last
ath which honored him on his
tieth birthday. (Soviet
liorities had refused to let him
1, and at that time, Levich
ed that he feared for his
Ire.)
fhe article, which he described
an ominous sign" and as
nder and blackmail," claimed
the Oxford conference,
i was attended by 150 scien-
including 19 Nobel Prize
eates, was "an organized
S-Soviet action" and a "pro-
el-smelling plot."
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Page 12
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 2,1977
ASk&B
ByABehalpepn
Question: Who is the VOna Gaon?
Dr. Louis Wolfe
Hollywood
Answer: Gaon is a Hebrew word meaning
genius. This title has been conferred upon some
Rabbinic sages and scholars. Vilna is the capital
of Lithuania, now a republic incorporated in the
USSR.
The title of the Vilna Gaon was given to Elijah
Ben Solomon Zalman (1720-1797). He was born in
Selets, Grodno Province, and came from a well
known.rabbinical and scholarly family.
ACCORDING to the authoritative Encyclo-
paedia Judaica, he is "one of the greatest spiritual
and intellectual leaders of Jewry in modern times.
A man of iron will, Elijah combined the personal
life of an intellectual hermit with active and
polemical leadership in Jewish society through
his overwhelming influence on a chosen circle of
disciples From his childhood, Elijah showed
unusual gifts. At the age of six and a half, he gave
a homily in the synagogue of Vilna and answered
with great perception the questions on it put by
the rabbi." (vol.6, p.661)
Although he never held a rabbinical position he
was assisted by a stipend allocated to him by the
community board.
He became the leader of the Mitnaggedim
(opponents, adversaries) and violently opposed
the Chasidic movement. Through his teachings
and actions, Elijah did much to form the charac-
teristics of the Litvak Mitnaggedim peculiary to
Lithuanian Jewish culture, whose achievements
attained the pinnacle of expression in the nine-
teenth century.
THE VILNA Gaon wrote commentaries on the
Bible, annotations on the Talmud, Midrash, and
Zohar (the Book on Kabbalah). More than 70
works are attributed to Elijah. More than 50 have
appeared in print while several of his manuscripts
have been completely lost.
The importance of the spiritual activity of the
Vilna Gaon stemmed primarily from the vast
range of subjects with which he dealt. There is no
subject relevant to Judaism on which he did not
write a book, or notes and glosses that at times
amount to a complete book.
He was also interested in secular studies in-
cluding geometry, geography, mathematics,
measurements, astronomy and medicine. He saw
in these studies an aid to the study of the Torah.
"THE FUNDAMENTAL base of his outlook
was the concept of the eternity of the Torah, with
all its details and minutiae, in actual practice. He
regarded the slightest attack on any single detail
of the Halakhah, or the undermining of a single
precept of the Torah, as a blow at the foundations
of the Torah as a whole. His outlook on the ab-
solute eternity of the Torah he expressed
strikingly in his commentary to the Sifra de-
Zeni'uta (ch.5): 'Everything that was, is, and will
be, is included in the Torah. And not only prin-
ciples, but even the details of each species, the
minutest details of every human being, as well as
of every creature, plant, and mineral all were
included in the Pentateuch.' (ibid pp. 654-655)
Approximately at age 60 Elijah decided to
emigrate to Eretz Yisroel. He set out alone with
the intention of sending for his family later, but
for some unknown reason he did not reach Eretz
Yisroel and returned to Vilna.
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ay, December 2,1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
o Mindlin
\istory of Great Events Explained
UJWAR SADAT'S trip to
jsalem cements the schism
[iding two views of history.
)ne is Thomas Carlyle's, which
khat history is made by the
|i vicinal hero who emerges
time to time to give direc-
to an otherwise aimless
Irse of human events.
[he other is Leo Tolstoy's,
is that history is made by
itaneous, frequently cata-
lic events in whose lava-like
sns is forged a leader
o\v of shaping the eruptions
'the flow of man's inevitable
pqjr.
iDAT IS both the hero
ig new direction to history
the leader forged by cata-
lic Middle Eastern events
irently destined to shape
tieories of history explain
oolitik; it is rare that the
site is true. At least, it is
that realpolitik proves the
of theories of history,
pially when they are so cori-
ng as in the case of Carlyle
Tolstoy.
es this suggest that the
\tability of Sadat's trip to
alem, from whatever view-
one is inclined to examine
I therefore guarantees its
THE long run, I would say
it does. Further, to em-
size the possibility of success,
is a congruency in the trip
oast events that moved to
prate a similar occurrence and
failed at the time because
Dry was not yet ready to be
led in quite that way.
te brief conversation between
at and Golda Meir at Ben
on Airport, during which he
>rted to have said that he
waited for the moment a long
brought from Meir the
^nse, "But you didn't come."
which Sadat replied, "Now
fime has come."
I terms of theories of history,
he understood that the
was long in gestation and
Jed him. The facts are
The first steps toward
Dchement were made not by
Sadat but by Meir herself in
invitations to Sadat, well before
the Yom Kippur War, to meet
face-to-face, hence her ob-
servation to him that "you didn't
come."
They were also made by Meir
in her meetings in Jerusalem with
King Abdullah of Jordan in 1951,
which unhappily led to the King's
assassination.
THE PRESSUE of history to
realize the fulfillment of the
Sadat visit began with Meir then,
not Sadat. The realization of the
visit occurred because, as Sadat
said at the airport, "Now the
time has come."
It is this congruency between
past and present that gives
added hope to the ultimate
success of the visit, for it em-
phasizes that, Sadat apart, there
are other principles involved
today not Meir, not Abdullah
and therefore that
inevitability of the event and the
event itself are the issue, not the
interaction of cogent personal-
ities, however important per-
sonalities are, not even Sadat
himself, who simply is an agent
of the event.
That is what I mean when I
suggest that the event itself out-
strips all personalities in sig-
nificance its manifest destiny.
Sadat's seizing of "the time ...
(that) ... has come" is the other
side of the theory of history that
explains the occurrence.
AS FOR Sadat, himself, his
dilemma is so acute that he has
been forced to throw it into the
Israeli lap.
He cannot survive another
war. His nation's economy is in
ruins. The Russians pound at his
door with an urgency that he
finds hard to resist. In a sense, he
has asked for a partnership with
Israel to help solve his dilemma.
Sadat's address to the Knesset
obviously avoided this and in-
stead made much of "explaining"
his rationale for launching the
Yom Kippur War. It was to show
the Israelis, he said, that they
were wrong to consider Egypt
particularly and all Arabs
generally as spineless and
emotionally bankrupt.
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THE WAR was, then, a
statement of Egyptian vigor and
purpose and, in Sadat's view, he
won it. But that, said he, was
only a small part of the problem
dividing Israel and the Arabs.
By far the largest part of jt,
Sadat observed, is psychological,
the irreconcilable emotions
dividing the nations, and it was
for this reason that he came to
Jerusalem to help solve it.
Sadat the hero is here less than
heroic. If, in fact, he won the war
in 1973, he would not be in Jeru-
salem asking for peace in 1977.
History the manifest destiny
of which I have just spoken
accords him more than such a
menial hack politician's role as to
hide his own very real needs
having nothing to do with the
existence of Israel.
Not even Sadat's psychological
jazz is the issue. The issue is
history's turn of human events
an attempt to meld Egypt and
Israel together as not even the
Bible envisioned it.
IT WAS given to Sadat to do
this. And Israel, conversant in
theories of history herself, must
surely seize the occurrence
because she recognizes its
profound significance. She must
not succumb to figuring the odds
based on Sadat's Knesset mea
culpas, his polite but neverthe-
less firm breast-beating con-
stituting obvious manifestations
of his political, economic and
military weakness the latter so
strongly emphasized by his
longing looks at the Israeli-made
Kfir jet fighters flying overhead
in his honor on his departure.
Not all wisdom must
necessarily come forth from Zion.
Or, perhaps, all wisdom still does,
provided Zion recognizes the role
history has cast for Sadat to
break the logjam of Arab anti-
Israel sentiment that certainly
Israel has not been able to break.
At this particular time, the
President of Egypt has extended
a hand for whatever reason of
his own. The shape of history is
such that, at this particular time,
Israel must grasp it.
The trouble with history is that
it never counts on the cost of
things and just who'll be paying
for what.
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explain plans to help make this year's world-wide humanitarian
effort the most successful ever. The campaign officially begins
with the Shomrai Dinner, December 18.
BBW Chapter Forming 1
The State of Israel Bonds will
honor South Broward Jewish
community leaders from various
committees. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Liff will receive the Israel Sol-
idarity Award from the Hallmark
Israel Bonds Committee; Dr. and
Mrs. Alexander Goldenberg will
receive the Israel Solidarity
Award at Hollybrook Golf and
Tennis Condominium; Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Kritzer will receive
the Israel Solidarity Award from
the Galahad Court Israel Bonds
Committee; Michael Schreck will
receive the Israel Solidarity
Award from the Hollywood
Towers Israel Bonds Committee;
Susan W. Rubin will receive the
Israel Solidarity Award from the
Beacon .Towers Israel Bonds
Committee; Kay Kasdan will
receive the Israel Solidarity
Award from the Galahad West
Israel Bonds Committee; Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel D. Goldberg will
receive the Israel Solidarity
Award from the Galahad III
Israel Bonds Committee; Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Harnick will
receive the United Jerusalem
Award from the Parker Plaza
Israel Bonds Committee; Rabbi
and Mrs. Robert P. Frazin, of
Temple Sole], will receive the
United Jerusalem Award at the
temple; and Rabbi and Mrs. Paul
Katz will receive the United
Jerusalem Award at Temple
Sinai.
BB Lodge to Meet
Hemisphere's Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will hold a Chanukah
party on Thursday, Dec. 15 in the
Hemisphere's ballroom.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
Bat Mitzvah
She will conduct the worship
service and read from the Torah.
Leigh, a seventh grade student
at McNicol Middle School, is a
member of the Broward Civic
Ballet and plays the piano.
lligious Directory Mr "<* Mrs. Cohen win spon.
NORTH BROWARD 5*.?._<*,B* S^bat Frid^
>LE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
Park Blvd. Conservative Rabbi
flip A. Labowitz Cantor Maurice
aeu.
1 LEIGH BETH COHEN
[Leigh Beth, daughter of Mr.
, Mrs. Myron Cohen, will be
to the Torah on the oc-
n of her Bat Mitzvah on
lay, Nov. 26, at 11 a.m. at
pie Beth El of Hollywood.
Gen. Peled to Speak at Bond Ball
Gen. Benjamin Peled, com-
DURING THE Six Day War
PLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
ye Reform (44)
kRAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
nerman. (44 A)
AAIRAMAR
EL TEMPLE. 6920 SW J5th St.
ervative. Rabbi Avrom Drazln.
lor Abraham Kester (48)
evening in honor of the occasion.
Guests will include maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Greene of Hollywood;
Mr. and Mrs. David Goldman of
Wilmington, Del.; Beth Gold-
man; Dr. and Mrs. Lynn Sum-
merson; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller
of Philadelphia, Pa.; and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Volini of New York
City.
PEMBROKE PINES
K-E IN THE PINES. 9139 Taft St.
rvatlve. Rabbi Bernard I.
r. (63)
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(Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob Dan-
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JE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
P. Kongsley. Cantor Irving
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HOLLYWOOD
I AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Conservative. Rabbi Max Land
1(47B)
1EL TEMPLE. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
>m. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assls-
labbi Jonathan Woll. (45)
SHALOM TEMPLE. 4601 Arthur
IConservative. Rabbi Morton
ysky. Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
TEMPLE. 1201 Johnson St.
Irvative. Rabbi Paul M. Kati.
Emeritus David Shapiro.
Yehuda Heilbraun. (65)
IE SOLEL. 5)00 Sheridan St.,
vood, Fla. 33021. Liberal
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin.
' Bruce Matin. (47C)
ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
Stirling Road, Oaks Condomini-
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Dec. 10, under the auspices of
the Medical and Dental Profes-
sions Committee of the Broward
County Israel Bond Organiza-
tion. The dinner will be at 8:30
following a 7:30 reception.
Joining in sponsorship of the.
ball to take place at the Dip-
lomat Hotel is the Israel Bonds
Pension and Fiduciary Com-
mittee of Broward County.
"LE BAL du Maimonides"
will be held in honor of the
medical and dental professions of
Israel by their Broward coun-
terparts.
Heading the committee are
Dr. and Mrs. Alan Goldenberg,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Grenitz, Dr.
and Mrs. Richard Geronemus
and Dr. and Mrs. Ronald I
Wagner, cochairmen. The
Pension and Fiduciary Com- I
mittee is headed by Gary R. 11
Gerson, CPA, Harris Reibel,
CPA, Joel Reinstein, Esq., and
Ronald Abraham, CLU.
Prior to assuming his present
command, Gen. Peled was
attached to
the Headquar-
ters Staff of the
Israel Defense
Forces, where he *
was an adviser
on air policy and
played a key role
in maintaining
the defense and
security of Is-
rael.
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deputy commander of Israel's
Air Force, participating in high
level planning and strategy ses-
sions which charted the course of
Israel's action.
Gen. Peled was the com-
mander of the Air Force during
the Yom Kippur War. More
recently, he was in charge of
planning and implementing the
role of the Air Force in the
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D.OOO American Jews who belong to a Zionist
kanization. your ballot will arrive in the mail
tiring the week of December 5.
| may take patience to read through all the
latforms and slates. But please do. In this
par when Zionism is again under attack, it is
ential that each of us participate in the
bmocratic process which is a hallmark of
lonism
sting an informed ballot for the slate of your
hoice is the best way of proclaiming: "I Am
(Zionist!"
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America is a proud participant in this
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aple; not with any political party. We seek
Israel's Reform and Conservative Jews the
ne rights and recognition enjoyed by the
thodox community. Our goal is an end to
i Orthodox-imposed ban on non-Orthodox
arriages. funerals and conversions taking
pace in Israel. We want all Jews to be
elcome in the Jewish State, not only those
hose credentials are respected by an
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Un Max NussbeumlRuth,, Los Angeles. Celrl
Robert L Adler. Chicago, III
Prof Alfred Gottschalk. Cincinnati. Ohio
Rabbi Elv E Pilch*. Short Hill*. N J
Mrs David M Levm (Normal. Graat Neck. N Y
Rabbi David Polish. Chicago. Ill
Tracy H Ferguson. Syracuse. N V
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Miami. Fla.
Mrs DavxJ Steine (Peggy). Nashville. Tenn
Mi Matthew M. Rom. New York. NY
Theodore K BrOtdo. New Vort, N.Y
Mrs Bernett Brickner (Rebecca). Cleveland. Ohio
Rabbi Ira S Youdovin. Westfield. N J
Mrs Harvey Ammermen (Lenall). Washington. OC
Albert Vorspan. Hewlett. N Y
Mrs Irving Holtobow (Bea). Chicago III
E M Rote-nth*!! Fort Worth. Texas
Mi. Joseph Mall/er (Lillian). Hun ting ton Woods. Mich
Gilbert Tilles. Great Neck, N.Y.
Ralbi Martin Werner. San Francisco. Calil
Rabbi Joseph Glaser. Scarsdate, N.Y
Mrs Bernard Kreshtool (Constance), Wilmington. Dele
Rabbi Donald Berlin. Baltimore, Md.
Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman, New York. N Y
Mrs Julian Anted (Sarah). Boston. Mass
Rabbi Amt*l Wohl. New Rochelkt. N Y
Gerard Denial. Mamaroneck. N.Y.
Rabbi Joshua O Haberman. Washington. DC
Rabbi Denial Jeremy Silver. Cleveland, Qhto
Mrs MaonctN.Eiatndrath (RitM. Purdys. N.Y.
Mi Nathaniel E Hess. Port Washington. N v
Rabbi Herbert Beomgerd. Miami. Fla
Prof Marty M Orlinsky. New York. N.Y
Rabbi Meyer Heller. Los Angelas, Calif
Don*W Day Buffalo. N Y
Mrs Irving S Beniamin. Cincinnati. Ohn
Rabbi Jerome Mai mo. Danbury. Conn
Judge E mil N Baer. Brooklyn. N Y.
Norman E tchberg. Los Angeles. Calif
Rabbi Stephen Schefer. Philadelphia. Pa
Robert Kat/, Canton. Ohio
Mrs Michael Pelavin (Natalie). Flint. Mich
Her/I Mendelsohn. Chicago. Ill
Jack Rockower. Philadelphia. Pa
Irvin Bogatin. Memphis. Tenn
Robert Canvasser. Pleasant Ridge. Mich
Rabbi Robert Kahn. Houston, Texas
Mrs Leonard Spring (Helene). New York. NY
J Jacques Stone. New York, N.Y
Rabbi AloertPlotkin. Phoenix. Ar..
Morton Kemper. Baltimore. Md
Rabbi Eugene Lipman. Washington. O.C.
Rabbi Ernst Lorge. Chicago. Ill
Mrs C M Newman (Racguel). Los Altos Hills. Calif
Rabbi Simeon Mesim Chicago. Ill
Rabbi Charles A. Krolofl. Westfwki N J
Ben Chernov. Milwaukee. Wrer
Mrs Maurice Samuel (Edithl. New York, N.Y.
Rabbi Norman Kahan. Roslyn Heights. N Y
Rabbi Ma> Shapiro. Minneapolis. Minn.
Lee GoWm Malibu. Cal.f
Rabbi Milton Grefrnan. Birmingham. Ala
Alvin Hamburger. Atlanta. Ga
Rabbi Jerome K, Davidson. Great Neck. N.Y
Mrs Charles Hyman (Fiances). Teeneck. Nj
Herbert Ginsberg. San Francisco. Calif
Rabbi Murray Rothmen. Newton. Mass
Rabbi Murray Salt/man. Indianapolts. Ind.
Rabbi Lawrence Rubinstein. Levitiown. Pa
Emil Mogul. New York, N.Y.
Miss Jan Bean. Chicago. Ill
Milton Pearknuter. Short Hills. NJ
Rabbi Alan Mayor Sokobin. Toledo. Ohio
Kenneth Rosen. New RocheHe. N.Y
Rabbi Joseph Klein. Worcester. Mess
Rabbi Albert Lewis. Los Angeles. Calif
Ms. Eleanor Schwartz. New York. N Y
The Hon Abner Mikva. Chicago, III
Avram Bondarm. New York. NY
Leonard Paver. Kennett Square. Pe
Rabbi Joseph Asher. San Francisco. Calif
Rabbi BaHour Brickner. New York N Y
Marshall BI*m. Northridge. Calif
Rabbi Howard Greenstem. Jacksonville. Fla
Rabbi Fred Schwartz, Chicago. Ill
Rabbi Howard Shapiro. Springfield. N J
Ms. Edith Miller New York. NY
Rabbi Samuel Stahl. Sen Antonio Texas
Mrs Paul Pear'mutter (Rose). Short Hills. N J
Robert Beniamin. Clearwater. Fla
Rabbi Alan Smith. E nglishiown. N J
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Friday, December 2,1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 17
For thy children shall have visions..."
Jerusalem, the heart of Jewry as seen in the vision of a nine-year-old
SHARE CHANUK AH
WITH
THE CHILDREN
OF ISRAEL
Please Pay Your 1977 Pledge Now
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Jewish Federation of South Broward
2838 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, Fla. 33020 Telephone 921-8810
VveAreOne
Around the Corner Around the Vvbrld


"Page 18
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 2.1977
9le Quitdm oi
Condominium (^pa/ttmcnte
firtencfe to ik
joft a
Wappy Cfcanufcafc.
/>SOCO= t
flesf Wi's/ies fo our Jewish Customers & Friends
For A Very Happy & Healthy Chanukah
American Bank
Of Hall and ale
3131 W. HaUandale Beach Blvd., Hallandale
Lorenzo's
Italian Restaurant
1121 S. Federal Highway, Dartia
Phone: 923-1693
Wishes to express Best Holiday Greetings
To the entire community
A Happy Chanukah To All
Accessories Unlimited
4303 Hollywood Blvd. 983-2808
The Ultimate in Interior Design
A Very Happy Chanukah
To The Jewish Community
Broward
Typewriter Service
5845 Johnson Street 987-6550
A Happy Chanukah To All
Flair Optical
Sam Rothfarb OpticianContact Lenses
Prescriptions Filled-Broken Lenses Duplicated
Sun Glasses Ground To Prescription
Laboratory on Premises (Repairs)
Dial 927-2236 2723 Hollywood Blvd.
Happy Chanukah
Zachary D. Beal
Ivan L. Beal
SOUTHERN PHOTO SERVICE
M\
CsP.
m
^HaHulcil.
TO ALL OF OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
Hollywood Ford
1200 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY
HOLLYWOOD
A Happy Chanukah To All. .
West Hollywood
Kosher Meats
148 South State Road 7
PHONE 962-5018
Have A Happy & Healthy Chanukah
Foremost Liquors
&
CHEESE OF ALL NATIONS
Leonard Sussman formerly of Big Daddy's
2 N. Federal Hwy., Dania 922-2221
Pembroke Pines
General Hospital
2301 University Drive, Pembroke Pines
PHONE 962-9650
A Happy and Healthy Chanukah
Season's Greetingsfrom
Richards New York
Hair Salon
1842 Harrison St.. Hollywood, Florida-923-7288
Offering Full Service for:
Organic Face Lifts. Electrolysis. Cuts and Blows
Coloring, Wig Styling any length
Good Health & Happiness for Chanukah
A GROUP OF
FAMILY
BANKS
Members Florida Bankshares, Inc.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOLLYWOOD
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HALLANDALE
HOLLYWOOD NATI0NAL BANK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIRAMAR
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MOORE HAVEN
Subs.diorylFlRST NATIONAL SANK OF SEBRIN;
A Happy Chanukah To All. .
Southeast Bank
of Hollywood Hills
3325 Hollywood Boulevard
Southeast Bank
of Miramar
6810 Miramar Parkway, Miramar
\ Happy, Healthy. Joyous Chanukah
Mane Event
Styling Center
4238 Hollywood Blvd.
Hair & skin care for men & women
Facials Electrolysis Waxing
Coloring-Frosting-Permanents-Manicures
FOR APPOINTMENT CALL
987-8440
Chanukah Greetings
To All of Our Jewish Friends
from BILL MATZ
Pete's Discount
Appliances
2847 Hollywood Blvd. 927-9206
A Happy Chanukah To All
Our Jewish Customers and Friends
Hallandale Gardens
806 So. Dixie Hwy., Hallandale 923-2070
HaUandale Travel
1603 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.-456-1600
A Happy Chanukah To
Uur Jewish Friends and Customers


Friday, December 2,1977
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 19
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Hornstein (right), Mr. and
Mrs. William Littman (below, left), and Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Stieber (below, right), the three
honorees at the recent South Broward Entebbe
Awards Dinner, are shown displaying the
Entebbe Medallion Awards conferred upon
them.
HAPPY
HANUKA
.............................
WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH
COMMUNITY BEST WISHES FOR
A VERY HAPY CHANUKAH
Public
Super
Markets
"Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
Morning star's
Jewelers
119 North 20th Avenue-Phone 923-2372
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MR MARSHALL BERWICK of
Broward County's
Largest and Newest "Chevy" Dealer
Extends Chanukah Greetings to the Jewish Community
We don't meet competition ...
We Make It!
MHMIII
Florida's Largest Indoor Showroom
HUNDREDS OF CARS
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
760 South State Road 7 (441)
Across the street from Fashion Center
PHONE 962-5310
DADE 621-5656


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 2,1977
* IlliiU *
Greetings
HOLLYWOOD BAZAAR
Jewelers-Gifts-Party Supplies-Infants Wear-Baby
Furniture- Small Appliances Complete Bridal
Service-Engraving Glass Machine for Monograms
on Glasses, Plastics, etc.
________ 1313 N. State Rd. 7 96LfilZZ_________
Travel, Travel, Ltd.
A Happy Chanukah To All
2500 E. HaUandale Beach Blvd.. Hallandale
456-3000
Stardust Ballroom
105 North 19th Avenue
Public Dances-Singles-Couples Welcome
Mon., Thurs., Fri., Sat., and Sunday
Telephone 920-3957
A Very Happy Chanukah
J.W. Wikberg
Insurance
1742 So. Young Circle 922-1561
Greetings to our Jewish Customers and Friends
Hallandale
Moving & Storage
204 NE 1st Avenue, Hallandale 454-1200
Greetings to our Jewish Customers & Friends
Hallandale Prestige Eyewear
Fashion eyeglasses Boutique
Lenses & Frames Duplicated
Over 1,000 Styles on Display
800 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. 921-8300
_______________Greetings________________
Grovers Bump Shop
Service within hours on dents & bumps
412 N. State Road 7 961-8545
Chanukah Greetings
To our Jewish Customers & Friends
Hollywood Hearing Aid Service
2124 Hollywood Blvd.
Broward: 920-8338 Dade: 949-8042
Mr. and Mrs. Allan L. Davis wish
All their friends and patients a Happy Chanukah
Wadlington G reaver
Funeral Home
201 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd.. Hallandale
We Serve All Faiths'
Lots of Good Health & Happiness for Chanukah
NeadeVs Auto Center
540 S. Dixie Hwy. 922-3428
Pines Chemist
FAMILY DISCOUNT PHARMACY
2301 N. University Drive 962-2580
Happy, Healthy, Joyous Chanukah
Mr. Kool
1040 So. State Road 7-Phone 961-2466
Have a Happy Chanukah
A Happy Chanukah
The Bookcellar
2500 East Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Phone 456-5111
(djl l) aftp i]
anuml)
A Happy Chanuka To All Our
Jewish Customers and Friends
Merchandise Liquidators Co. Inc.
250 North Federal Highway Phone 929-1657
if
Palm view
Realty, Inc.
3397 Sheridan St., Hollywood 966-7300
Dade 625-1414
A Happy Chanukah To All. .
Royal Trust Bank of <***
Broward County Greetings
(formerly First Bank of Pembroke Pines)
University Drive & Hollywood Blvd.
Pembroke Pines
A Happy Chanukah To All. .
Travel, Travel, Ltd.
2500 E. Beach Blvd., Hallandale-921-1206
A Happy & Healthy Chanukah
Air Conditioning
Enterprises, Inc.
2400 S.W. 57th WAY 987-5255
A Happy Chanukah To Our
Jewish Friends and Customers
Collision Specialist, Inc.
1000 N. State Road 7 983-0573
Happy Chanukah
C. David Insurance
2841 Hollywood Blvd.
Herb Davis Plumbing
2515 So. State Road 7 Phone 981-4100
A Happy Chanukah To All. .
Good Health and a Happy Chanukah
To Our Jewish Friends
Sports Car South
1881 N. State Rd. 7 Hwd.-966-8660
A Healthy < Happy Chanukah
To Our Jewish Customers and Friends
Wynona Cleaners
500 South Dixie Highway
Phone 923-0402
Health and Happiness for Chanukah
White Seal, Inc.
New Roofs Reroofing Repairs
CleaningSealing Painting
Free Estimates
2010 Sherman Street 927-1795
Chanukah Greetings
Holly Woodwork
& Mica
Aim Distributors
1201 SW 4th Ave.. Dania 920-5009
Chanukah Greetings
Two Timer
Like New Fashions at
Fantastically Low Prices
2415 Holly wood Blvd. 923-8501
7893 HoUy wood Blvd. 963-0682
Happy Chanukah and Best Wishes To All
Hilltop Paint
& Body Shop
3035 S. State Rd. 7 983-2644
Chanukah Greetings to our Customers & Friends
Hollywood Mall
Barber Shop
_______Hollywood Mall Phone 983-9599_______
Chanukah Greetings
Nu-Life Paint
& Body Shop
2111 S.W. 59th Terrace 989-6040
Good Health and Happiness at Chanukah
Dr. & Mrs.Alex E. Maron
Good Health & A Happy Chanukah
Naturally
It's Binnie's
4622 Hollywood Blvd. Phone 966-8680
A Happy Chanukah To All. .
Circle
Driving School
Milt Goren, Director
2231 Hollywood Blvd. Phone 921-6966
RIZ, INC.
6040 Pembroke Road- Miramar-983-7208
A Very Happy Chanukah
From TonyRiz
Pines Opticians
Justin M. Weim;er, Optician
168 N. University Drive, Pembroke Pines
Phone 989-2020
_________Chanukah Greetings
Norman & PaulinePlatt
REALTORS
2515 Hollywood Blvd. 929-1902
Best Wishes for a Happy Chanukah To All
Balogh Jewelers
Of Hallandale
1115 Eas t Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Happy Chanukah To Our Customers & Friends
Fred Lipman
Hillwood Chemists
100 N. 46th Ave.
Chanukah Greetings To All. .
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