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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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Fred Shochet
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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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Volume 8 Number 3
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Hollywood. Florida Friday. February 10. 1978
Price 35 Cents
Schindler Responds
To Sadat Challenge
By RABBI ALEXANDER M. SCHINDLER
Chairman, Conference of Presidents
of Major American
Jewish Organizations
I respond with heartfelt warmth to the letter you
have addressed to the American Jewish community. Your
impassioned call for peace, your eloquent plea to end the
misery of millions, recalls the emotion all men of good will
felt when you accepted Prime Minister Begins invitation
to Israel and when you spoke there those historic words:
"We welcome you among us. with all sincerity and
peace.'"
I am especially touched by your recognition of the
special vocation of the Jewish people, born as it was of
our martyrdom: to end human suffering, to seek justice
not only for ourselves but for all humankind.
IT IS A TASK we seek ever to follow. American Jews
serve not themselves alone. They enlist in every cause
which promises to heal the bruise and lift the fallen, what-
ever and whoever they may be.
History will remember and honor you for daring to
speak in Jerusalem of peace between Arab and Jews. Yet,
in all candor I cannot accept the statement that your visit
to Israel "has not been responded to in a forthcoming
manner." Indeed, it seems to me that Israel has made far-
reaching territorial and political concessions involving
great national risks in demonstrating its own commit-
ment to peace.
YOU HAVE raised the question of the Palestinian
Arabs. Prime Minister Begins proposals offer them the
opportunity of self-rule and self-identity autonomous
power over their own affairs that they never enjoyed
ln'fore, including the years from 1948 to 19(>7 when the
territory had been conquered by Jordan and there was no
talk of Palestinian "rights" or even of a Palestinian
people."
President Carter has judged the Begin plan to be a
Continued on Page 13
Pacesetters Set Mark for '78
Nearly 600 members of the
South Broward Jewish communi-
ty gathered at the annual Pace-
setters Dinner of the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund and pledged moral and fi-
nancial support for the people of
Israel. Jews behind the Iron Cur-
tain and Jews in South Broward.
The major fund-raising event,
sponsored by the Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward, is the of-
ficial public opening of the
worldwide humanitarian cam-
paign which benefits the Jewish
people.
DR. STANLEY Margulies.
1978 general campaign chairman,
announced that because of the
successful Pacesetters Dinner,
nearly $3 million has been rained
(o date.
"These funds will go to help re-
settle immigrants in Israel, pro-
vide qualified teachers in day
care centers and will also help
fund the numerous cultural, edu-
cational and community relations
programs here in South Broward
county," Dr. Margulies said.
"Now is the time for every Jew
in the community to come to
terms with his commitment to
the world Jewish community. We
must stand as one if our precious
Jewish heritage and culture is to
continue."
LEWIS E. Cohn. Federation
president, called upon every
CJA-IEF worker to push harder
than ever to help raise the sorely
needed funds.
"Just because Israel may have
peace soon is no reason to slacken
the pace of the campaign. We
cannot afford to relax now, when
more funds than ever are required
to meet the bare necessities of life
for Jews around the world," he
noted. (See photos on pages 18
and 19.1
'Fighting General' New Chief of Staff
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
[Cabinet's approval Sunday of a
fighting general" to be Israel's
[next Chief of Staff when, for the
[first time in 30 years, the nation
[is engaged in direct peace
[negotiations with one of its Arab
[neighbors, raised eyebrows here.
Defense Minister Ezer Weiz-
Iman's choice of Gen. Rafael
Eytan lor lhi
seemed, in
No. I military post
.some quarters, to be
as a paralroop anil infantry com-
mander The other leading
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
ignoring the new political cir-
cumstances.
EYTAN, at 49, is regarded as
one of Israel's top combat
soldiers with an unexcelled record
CJA-FEF Synagogue
Campaign Begins
One of the most important factions within the 1978 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund is the coordination
of the area synagogues, according to General Campaign Chair-
man Dr. Stanley Margulies.
The South Broward synagogues holding CJA-IEF func-
tions are:
TEMPLE Israel of Miramar. Feb. 12, 9:30 a.m.. Morris
Hyman. chairman: Yossi Netz. speaker: and Blanche and Max
Shevin. honorees.
Temple Reth Shalom. Feb. 19. 10 a.m., Dr. Joel Schneider,
chairman: Jeanne Daman, speaker.
Temple Sole), Feb. 19. 9:30 a.m., Paul Circus, chairman:
Jeanne Daman, speaker.
TEMPLE Sinai. Feb. 19. 10 a.m.. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gor-
don, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kraemer, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Levin, Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Pittell and Dr. and Mrs. Saul Singer, co-chair-
men; Henry Levy, speaker: and Joseph Kleiman, honoree.
Temple Beth El. March 5. 10 a.m.. James Fox Miller,
chairman.
contender. Gen. Iler/.l Shafir, is
noted for his negotiating skills
and his outstanding abilities as
an organizer and administrator.
If Israel is moving on the path
toward peace, the- latter charac-
teristics might be more ap-
propriate than a talent for
success on the battlefield, some
circles argued.
But Weinman disagreed. In his
conception, the primary duty of
the Chief of Staff is to keep the
army in peak condition, primed
for combat at any moment.
Moreover, he sees no readon why
a field general cannot make a
good administrator.
WEIZMAN began to groom
F.ytan for his new post last
August when he was transferred
from command of the northern
front to general headquarters.
Before that. Eytan was said to
have performed miracles" in
revamping the civil defense
structure along the frequently
violent Lebanese border and
making the new development
towns there more self-sufficient
militarily.
Eytan will succeed Gen.
Mordechai Gur on April 16, a day
after Gur completes his four-year
term as Chief of Staff.
Greeting guest speaker Dr. Joseph Sisco (center) at the 1978
CJA-IEF Pacesetters Dinner are CJA-IEF general campaign
chairman Dr. Stanley Margulies (left) and Jewish Federation of
South Broward President Lewis E. Cohn. Dr. Sisco is former
Under Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs.
Stieber to Receive Scopus
Award at Feb. 27 Dinner
Otto Stieber will be the recipi-
ent of the coveted Scopus Award
of the Hebrew University of Je-
rusalem at a dinner in his honor
to Ik-held Feb. 27.
At the same time, new Found-
ers of the Hebrew University will
lie honored. They am Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Winograd, Mr. and
Mrs. Merrill Gordon. Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Glickman and Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Pritcher.
STIEBER. who is president of
the hollywood llallandale
Chapter of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, has
liecn hailed as "one of the most
inspiring of men, truly dedicated
to the welfare of the Jewish
people and the furtherance of
Jewish education'' by Nathan
Pritcher, chairman of the annual
Associates Dinner.
Pritcher said that the Scopus
award stands alone as the high-
est recognition the Hebrew Uni-
versity can bestow upon world
Jewry who have dedicated them-
selves to the ideals of higher edu-
cation at Ibis oldest and most re-
vered university of the Jewish
people."
Stieber, a concentration camp
survivor who experienced, first-
hand, the cruelties of the Nazis,
has spent much of his life and
fortune in working for the Jewish
people.
OTTO STIEBER
HE IS the first president of the
Hollywood Hallundale Al'HU
and is active in the Israel Bond
Organization and is llallandale
Beach chairman of the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
According to Pritcher. Stie-
lier's devotion to Israel, during
this most critical period in her
history, is the most tangible ex-
pression of support and encour-
agement to the Jewish State, and
a statement of faith in Israel's fu-
ture," he said.
CJA-IEF Calendar
Following is the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergen-
cy Fund calendurof events:
FEB. 12
Temple Israel of Miramar. 9 a.m.
Diplomat Towers. 10:30 a.m.
I.a \1er. I 1 a.m.
Ouadomain. 11 a.m.
Golden Bay Towers. 11:30 a.m.
I lollybrooK, 7:30 p.m.
FEB. 13
Women's Lakes Division. 9:30 a.m.
FEB. 14
llillcresl, 8:45 a.m.
Continued on Page 12


Page 2
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 10,1979
Brunch Features Mendehon
The Jewish Federation of
South Breward Women's Divi-
sion will hold the Shoshana
Brunch on behalf of the 1978
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund at 11 a.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 14 at the home of
Edith Post in Hollywood.
The guest speaker for the
$2,500 minimum commitment
meeting will feature Joan Men-
delson. According to Shoshana
Co-chairmen Jo Ann Katz and
Marilyn Ponn, "Mrs. Mendelson
is a dedicated Jewish woman who
it making every attempt to get
American Jews introduced to
their spiritual roots in h-rael. She
has led many missions to the
Jewish state for this reason."
"MRS. MENDELSON is the
mission chairperson of Long Is-
land. She sits on the New York
Campaign Cabinet, is a member
of the Long Island Campaign
Cabinet and the North Shore Ad-
visory Board," noted Mrs. Katz.
"She is also head of the Sands
Point, Port Washington, Man-
hasset U,I A-Federation Cam-
paign, a position she has held for
four years."
"The annual Shoshana Brunch
will bring South Breward women
together to make their moral and
financial commitments to the
State of Israel," declared Mrs.
Ponn. "It is of utmost impor-
tance that we work together as a
united Jewish community in
South Broward to raise more
money than ever for our Jewish
homeland."
For additional information and
reservations for the Shoshana
brunch, contact the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward.
Evelyn Stieber To
Be Honored At
Luncheon
Dinner to Honor Sabins
The Emerald Hills Dinner of
the 1978 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, sponsored by the Jew-
ish Federation of South Broward
honoring Sam and Sabina Sabin,
will be held at 6 p.m., Tuesday,
Feb. 21 at the Emerald Hills
Country Club.
"The people of Emerald Hills
chose to honor Sam and Sabina
because of their outstanding ac-
complishments and charitable
activities," explained Emerald
Hills Co-chairmen Ben and Lee
Rosenberg.
MR. SABIN is president of
Sabin Corporation and Sabin In-
dustries. Active with his syna-
gogue in McKeesport, Pa., he
served as president for six years.
Mrs. Sabin also was active
with the synagogue in McKees-
port, serving as sisterhood pres-
ident. She headed the UJA
Women's Division in McKees-
port.
Sponsors for the Emerald Hills
SABINA AND SAM SABIN
Dinner include Nelson Dembs,
Eli Field, Al Gandall, Hyman
Glickstein, Jack Goldenberg,
Abbott Greene, Sol S. Kurtz,
Charles Moses and Jerry Nie-
derman.
ALSO, Nathan Rikita. Ben
Rosenberg, Sam Sabin, David
Schatzow, Bernard Scheinholz, I.
Robert Schlanger, Nathan Shain-
berg, George Steinberg, Harry
Swartzman and Dr. Louis Win-
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EVELYN STIEBER
The Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward will honor Evelyn
Stieber at a luncheon by the La
Mer Women's Division of the
Federation, noon, Thursday.
March 2 at the California Club in
North Miami.
La Mer Co-Chairmen Corinne
Kolodin and Estelle Glattman
said that "Evelyn Stieber is a
woman who has exemplified true
leadership in the community. Be-
cause of her deep commitment to
the survival of her people and to
the urgency of an informed Jew-
ish community, South Broward
has truly benefited by her."
WHILE ANTICIPATING an
increase in attendance over last
year. Mrs. Kolodin declared,
"The women of La Mer have cus-
tomarily been firm supporters of
Israel and the needs of world
Jewry, and I am confident that
this, our fifth annual CJA-IEF
effort, will not alter this trend."
The La Mer building captains
include Ella Upsher, Ida Freid-
man, June Wagner. Pearl Rus-
kin. Eleanor Segal and Rose
Appel.
Bookbinder, Klaits
Appointed by AJC
The American Jewish Commit-
tee. Broward Chapter, announced
the appointments of Isidor Book-
binder as publicity chairman and
Joel Klaits as program chairman.
Bookbinder is retired, living in
Hallandale, and is a Jewish hu-
morist. Klaits is an attorney
practicing in Hollywood and Cor-
al Springs. Both men were elect-
ed to the executive board of di-
rectors at the January meeting of
the American Jewish Committee.
KLAITS announced that on
Feb. 12, the American Jewish
Committee, in conjunction with
the Brotherhood of Temple
Emanu-Ei of Fort Lauderdale,
will host a breakfast at 9:30 a.m.
at the Temple on West Oakland
Park Boulevard.
Dr. Bernard Schechterman,
chairman of the Foreign Affairs
Department at the University of
Miami, will speak on "The Mid-
East: An Update."
Israel's Defense Minister,
Moshe Dayan, will be con-
MOSHE DAYAN
tinuing his "Dayan-on-Tour"
with a scheduled stop in
South Florida, according to
Jewish Federation of South
Broward President Lewis E.
Cohn.
"As part of Dayan's tour,
sponsored by the United
Jewish Appeal, he will be
meeting with top leadership
in South Florida. 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 15 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Mi-
ami Beach," said Cohn.
COHN STRESSED the
importance of meeting with
Dayan as "he has just re-
turned from Israel where he
has been working very close-
ly with Prime Minister Begin
at the peace tables. He will
be able to inform us of the
most current developments
towards peace."
Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign Chairman Dr.
Stanley Margulies declared.
"This meeting will give us an
opportunity to make an ag-
gressive statement of South
Broward Jewry's solidarity
with the people of Israel and
to maintain the strong pace
of the CJA-IEF campaign.
"It will provide a keystone
for our work in the months
ahead. It is imperative that
South Broward leaders be
represented at this impor-
tant event, and to learn first
hand what the situation real-
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American Jews Take New Stand on Soviet Culture
American Jews should think
twice before supporting Soviet
cultural or sporting events; so
urges the Jewish Federation of
South Broward in a strongly
worded resolution passed by the
Community Relations Commit-
tee, in consultation with the So-
viet Jewry Committee. The
American Jewish community is
called upon "to stand in solidar-
ity with the oppressed Jews of
the Soviet Union.'* The resolu-
tion proclaims, "It is altogether
appropriate to peacefully protest
at these events," for failure to
protest "might be construed as
indifference or even tacit approv-
al of the continuing harassment
of Soviet Jews."
Community leaders see the re-
solution as the first move in a
campaign to educate the Jewish
community about the implica-
tions of attending Russian-spon-
sored concerts, ballets, circuses
and sports events. "The new re-
solution is meant to guide the
Jewish public in making their de-
cision," says Elaine Pittell, Sovi-
et Jewry Committee chairman.
When they are aware of the
facts, we know they will make the
right choice."
ACCORDING to the resolu-
tion, the Jews of the USSR are
being subjected to an intensified
campaign of cultural and spiritu-
al annihilation. Denied the right
to practice their religion, many
thousands of the three million
Jews in the Soviet Union are
awaiting exit visas after under-
going the harrowing process of
applying to leave. The USSR
continues to separate families in
direct violation of the 1975 Hel-
sinki Accord. These victims of
Soviet oppression continue to live
a life in limbo with no jobs, no in-
come, denied higher education for
their children and subjected to
daily harassment and the con-
stant threat of arrest.
"Soviet authorities have re-
cently instituted an intensive and
virulent campaign of anti-Semi-
tism in their press and on televi-
sion." explains Mrs. Pittell. "At
this critical time, support of So-
viet-American cultural and ath-
letic exchange could be interpre-
ted as condoning such re-
pression."
Resolution on
Cultural Events
WHEREAS, the Jews of the
USSR are being subjected to an
intensified campaign of cultural
and spiritual annihilation;
WHEREAS three million Jews
are denied the right to practice
their religion in the USSR;
WHEREAS many thousands
still await exit visas after under-
going the harrowing process of
applying to leave;
WHEREAS the USSR contin-
ues to separate families in direct
violation of the 1975 Helsinki Ac-
cord which it signed;
WHEREAS Jewish "refus-
niks" continue to live a life in
limbo with no jobs, no income, no
higher education for their chil-
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and the constant threat of arrest;
WHEREAS Soviet authorities
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 10,1978
Editor's Corner
An Appeal to the Worst
The Alexander Schindler response to President
Sadat's message to U.S. Jewry, the full text of which we
publish this week, is measured in its tones. The decision is
clearly to speak in a subdued and reasoned way not to
adopt the attitude of Sadat's own hatchetmen in Egypt's
controlled press, who last week went after Prime Minister
Begin specifically, and Israel and Jews generally, in the
most blatant anti-Semitic terms.
We join Rabbi Schindler in his affirmation of U.S.
Jewry's hope for peace in the Middle East. Beyond that,
we must say what Rabbi Schindler did not say because it
was clearly not "diplomatic."
We must say that the Sadat message was meddle-
some and manipulative. It was an appeal to the worst in
America, not the best. With consummate propagandistic
skill, it aimed to set Jews apart from the rest of the
community in the nation by raising less than subtle anti-
Semitic sentiments in non-Jews especially in regard to
American Jewish patriotism.
It suggested that Jews hold Israel's interests above
the interests of humanity generally and their own country
specifically as if there could be a real and meaningful
difference between these interests, as if the democratic
spirit of Israel, the Jewish people and American ideals do
not share a common ground and common aspirations.
Israelis Make the Decisions
What is worse, it less than subtly called upon
American Jews to apply pressure upon Israel to bend to a
Middle East solution a la Sadat as, quite obviously, Sadat
intends this weekend to ask of President Carter.
What President Sadat purposely overlooked is that
his message should be to the Government of Israel and the
Israeli people. It is they who control their own destiny. It
is they who determine what they will do. and what they
will not do.
American Jews do not formulate Israeli policy. Lest
President Sadat would reply that this is a cop-out. let him
review the careers of such stellar leaders as David Ben-
Gurion, who time and again told those misguided
members of the American Jewish community who at-
tempted to tell him what Israel ought to do to mind their
own business to keep supporting Israel materially and
spiritually, but to keep their political advice to them-
selves.
Ben-Gurion was especially acid on this subject
because of the obvious dearth in numbers of American
Jews making aliya, although he was quick to note that
even aliya would only entitle American Jews-turned-
Israeli to an individual vote.
Is it Peace or Propaganda
Finally, we would remind President Sadat of his own
wise observation after the initial breakdown of the talks.
Let us, he said, continue but without the presence of a
world press looking over our shoulder.
Quite clearly, he has changed his tack. What he
couldn't get on the battlefield, he tried to get with his
ingenue visit to Jerusalem. What he couldn't get in
Jerusalem, he is now trying to get in the world press.
The question President Sadat must resolve for
himself is whether he wants to make peace or propaganda.
Sadat and ERA: Study in Irony
WITH SOME considerable
concern, I have noted over the
past few months a growing anti-
feminist sentiment among Jewish
community leaders. By
"growing," I mean not that it has
not been there before, but that it
has become increasingly vocal.
This anti-feminism spans the
gamut from so distinguished a
civil libertarian as Morris Abram,
once would you believe?, presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Committee, to friends of mine in
the local rabbinate who delight in
making nasty comments about
women in general and the Equal
Rights Amendment in particular.
IN A recent column, I sug-
gested that the ERA and
I feminism can no longer be a
partisan sexual or even religious
i cause religious in the sense
that the most orthodox elements
I in all western religions, and even
' some eastern ones, are to my
l knowledge anti-feminist at least
to the extent that they are dead
set against the way in which so
. many women see themselves
.today.
I said that to be anti-ERA, for
example, is to become a part of a
growing extreme-right wing
phalanx which, among other
things, is to be less than subtly
anti-Semitic on an order, say, of
Anwar Sadat's open letter to
American Jews last weekend, a
dangerous and meddlesome
missive designed to align the
American people against the
Jewish community by such
negative propagandistic devices
as "I greet you as an integral
part of the American people," a
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subliminal message to the non-
Jew meaning that, of course, they
are not.
OR,'' Your commitment should
be to the rule of legitimacy and
the sublime norms of
humanism," meaning that if you
support Israel, you have no such
commitment.
Or, "You should not be
counted upon to support the per-
petuation of injustice or the
suppression of legitimate
aspirations," meaning: watch out
for the American Jews; as
Zionists, they'll do just that
they can be counted upon to
support the perpetuation of
injustice; in the end meaning
that the Sadat greeting to
American Jews "as an integral
part of the American people" was
his supreme irony and his
ultimate challenge to President
Carter and the Congress for
pressure to settle the Middle
East impasse in Sadat's way. in
the anti-Israel way. if justice is to
be done at all.
This is no accidental departure,
this brief sideroad I have taken
from anti-feminism to the Sadat
message. The same methods fire
both causes.
IT IS just that I am clearly
aware that the Sadat message is
pathetically obvious to all of us in
the same way. It enrages us all in
the same way. And, in the same
way, it causes us all to stand
| aghast and with shock at the
self-righteous flatulence of those
who caused it to be publicly
broadcast. ,
In parallel, I here declare that
the proponents of the anti-ERA
forces are no less virulent, and to
stand among them in common
cause while proclaiming in-
dignance at the Sadat message
whose purpose is to question
American Jewish patriotism is Lo
be either politically blind or
schizophrenic.
It is, for example, common
knowledge that a Zionism equals
racism resolution would have
come out of the anti-ERA forces
at the International Women's
Year Conference in Houston last
Nov. 18 to 21 had Sadat not made
his now-fabled appearance before
the Knesset in Jerusalem on Nov.
20, smack in the middle of the
conference, thus dulling the
impetus of these forces and
squashing the resolution.
MORE recent experience
involves a Pro-Family Conference
(anti-ERA) in Orlando on Jan.
14. One workshop dedicated itself
to the notion that "The State of
Florida has been providing tax
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Rose Greenberg Selected Woman Of Year
More than 450 women from the Hillcrest community gathered
to celebrate the 30th birthday of the State of Israel at a lun-
cheon on behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's
1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Discussing their effort to the annual humanitarian campaign
are: (from left) Hannah Adel, Hillcrest-campaign education;
Sara ()t ten stein, luncheon; Alice Berezin and Eleanor Lerner.
chairmen; Eleanor Rabins, decorations; Judy Schwartz, publi-
city; and Gloria Hess, special adviser.
Jewish Heritage Series Presents
Archeology of the Bible Lecture
On Feb. 23, the Art and Cul-
tural Center of Hollywood pre-
sents the second of its new series
of lectures called the "Jewish
Heritage Series."
The guest speaker will be Leo
Guzik, an authority on Middle
East archeology. His subject will
be "Archeology of the Bible."
ON MARCH 9. Levy Soshuk,
author and lecturer in the New
School of Science in New York,
will speak on "Adventures and
Travels of Benjamin the Third."
On April 13, Prof. Raymond
McCoy, authority on oriental
studies, will present "Scribes,
Scripts and Scriptures."
The series will conclude on
May 11 with an "Evening of
Jewish Humor" by Tom Cohen of
Hollywood.
THE SERIES was coordinated
by Leo Balkin, a member of the
education committee of the Jew-
ish Federation of South Broward
and Dr. Moses Coleman of the
board of directors of the Art and
Cultural Center.
All lectures are Thursday at 8
p.m. Tickets may be obtained nt
the Art and Cultural Center of
Hollywood.
Rose Greenberg has been
selected 1978 Woman of the Year
by the Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, announced Dr.
Rachel Abramowitz, president of
the Women's Division.
Mrs. Greenberg will be
honored on Feb. 16 at the annual
Woman of the Year Luncheon in
the Cotillion Room of the Eden
Roc Hotel. Mrs. Herbert S.
Shapiro, a vice president, will
serve as chairman of the lun-
cheon.
PROF. S. DAN Goldberg, ir-
rigation specialist of the Hebrew
| University of Jerusalem, will be
guest speaker. A musical
program will be featured.
Members of the committee
include Mesdames Thelma
Anton, Florence Becker, Else
Bonem, Viola Charcowsky, Ruth
Platt, Ida Chinsky, Ida Cohn.
Rose Fleischer, Sigmund Fogler
and Sarah Gould.
Also, Mesdames Herman
Kaufman, Lillian Kronheim, Ida
R. Lear, Bernard Lipson. Sonia
Meisel, Meyer Mintz, Rose
Pascoe, David Ponve, Jane
Rottenberg and Else Lieb.
Also Mesdames Betty
Schaffer, Rose Shapiro, Sophie
Silver, Samuel Simonhoff, Rena
J. Stein. Zelda Thau, Harold
Thurman, Morris Topol, Alyce K.
Ell and Irene Raczkowski.
Reservations may be made at
the offices of American Friends,
Miami Beach. Florence D.
Feldman, director of the
Women's Division, is serving as
coordinator.
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Friday, February 10,1978
^ienna Jews Had
Important Position
VIENNA (JTA) An ex-
hibition staged by the Vienna
Provincial Archives proves that
Jews had a highly respectable
and important position in medi-
eval Vienna.
Performing recently at the Jewish Student Union coffee house
are Gary Hurst and Rachel Brill.
Jewish Student Coffee House Meets
The Jewish Student Union at
Florida Atlantic University
meets every Monday at 9 p.m. in
the University Center, room 207.
Upcoming events include the
film Golda Meir, a biography
produced for BBC television, to
be shown Feb. 13; A Wall in Je-
rusalem will be shown Feb. 20:
Israeli dancing with Sandy Cut-
ler Feb. 27 in the Gold Coast
Room; and a final meeting on
March 6.
CONTACT Les Scheinfeld or
Stew Crane for more information.

Reinstein to Speak at Seminar
Joel Reinstein, Broward attor-
ney, will head a seminar discus-
sion on the suitability of Israel
Bonds for pension programs at a
national conference of the New
Leadership group of Israel Bonds
to take place Friday to Sunday,
Feb. 10-12, at the Eden Roc Ho-
tel, Miami Beach.
Reinstein is chairman of the
Broward Fiduciary and Pension
Committee for Israel Bonds.
DELEGATES from
throughout the United States
and Canada will attend the 3-day
seminar. Guest speaker at a
breakfast meeting on Sunday,
Feb. 12, will be Yehezkel Flomin.
Deputy Minister of Finance of
the State of Israel.
Flomin is a leader of the
younger generation group of the
Liberal Party branch of Prime
Minister Begins government and
served as chairman of its Na-
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the Central Committee.
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Knesset (Parliament). Minister
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Holly wood
Page 7

Israeli Sephardic Leaders Visit Fla. Seeking D legates
Nathan Pritcher (center), honored at the recent H Merest Coun-
try Club-Israel Dinner of State, received the United Jerusalem
Award presented to him by William Rabins (left), chairman of
the event held on behalf of State of Israel Bonds. Congratula-
tions are extended by Joseph Raymond, co-chairman.
Jazz With Ira Sullivan To
Be Featured at Sunday Nite
Two leaders of Israel's Sephar-
dic community visited Miami re-
cently as members of a delegation
seeking to establish a Union of
Sephardic Congregations from
Israel and America.
The two David Siton (who
recently was mentioned as a pos-
sible successor to Israeli Pres-
ident Ephraim Katzir by the Is-
raeli daily Ha'aretz) and Matti
Ronen spent several days in
South Florida, visiting syna-
gogues, Jewish fraternal groups,
and the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center,
where they held discussions with
JCC Executive Director Myron
A. Berezin and JCC Shaliach
Yitzhak Cohen.
FOLLOWING their visit to
the JCC, Cohen reported that the
two Sephardic leaders were "very
happy" with the results of their
trip to Miami, where they were
seeking delegates to represent
the Sephardic community at the
World Zionist Congress, to be
held in Jerusalem later this
month.
The Michael-Ann Russell Jew-
ish Community Center's
"Sunday Nite At The JCC"
series continues in February,
with three more events all open to
the community.
On Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m.. in the
Katz Auditorium, the JCC will
present "Jazz With Ira Sullivan
and Friends."
On Feb. 19, at 8 p.m.. the JCC
will present a Yiddish theatrical
performance at the Hillel Day
School Auditorium, next to the
JCC. Performers such as Chayele
Ash. Ari Fuhrman. and Barbara
Moskow will appear.
On Feb. 26, the JCC Public
Affairs Committee will present a
debate on "Rapid Transit in
Dade County," beginning at 7:30
p.m., in the Katz Auditorium.
Speaking for rapid transit will be
Sidney Levin, chairman of the
county-wide committee.
Speaking against it will be
Richard N. Friedman, president
of Stop Transit Over People, Inc.
The debate will be free and open
to the community.
For more information about
"Sunday Nite At The JCC" pro-
grams, contact Myrna Loman at
the JCC. Movie subscriptions are
available at the program
building.
Other JCC events include
Learning to Love Lecture Series
held Wednesdays from 10:15 to
11:30 a.m. in the Katz Assembly
Hall of the JCC. All senior adults
are welcome to attend.
On Feb. 22, there will be a book
bazaar, with a review of a best-
seller, by Marion Salter. For
more information call the Senior
Adult Department.
A SENIOR adult chess club
meets every Wednesday from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. in the senior adult
trailer at the JCC. For more
information, contact the Senior
Adult office, at 935-2440.
Special Tuesday evening pro-
grams are presented for senior
adults at the JCC. All Tuesday
evening programs are held in the
Katz Assembly Hall, beginning
at 8 p.m.
On Feb. 14, the Israeli film
Topele will be shown. It is based
on the writings of Sholem
Aleichem. On Feb. 838,\Orsep
Welles" classic, Citizen Kane, will Siton has been long active in
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 10,1978
Israel Mission 'll..JReunion
Hadassah Education
A reunion of participants for the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1977 Mission to Israel was held at the home of Program EXDlaJlWd
Mr. and Mrs. I. Abe Durbin. Guests remembered good times, and planned for the 1978 journey into their Jewish heritage. ^ ^^
At the recent second annual
Education Day program present-
ed by the West Broward chapter
of Hadassah, President Pearl
Goldenberg presented a check to
the Dean of Students of the
Central Campus of Broward
Community College for the pur-
chase of books.
Mrs. Teddy Krimsky, vice
president of the Education Pro-
gram, explained the Hadassah
education program to the audi-
ence. Gertrude Bodner and Son-
ny Landsman presented "A
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ten by Cantor Renzer of Temple
Shalom in Pompano.
GUEST SPEAKER was Dr. .1.
Frederic Blitstein, a member of
the Executive Committee, Gifts
Division, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; of the Executive
Organization Committee, Florida
Anti-Defamation League; and
member of the Board of Direc-
tors. Florida Israel Chamber of
Commerce.
Programs and soloists from the
Blyma, Herzl, Rayus and Orly
groups of the Hadassah and can-
torial solos by Cantor Jacob
Renzer also were presented.
Gathered at the Mission reunion are (from left) Dr. and Mrs.
Sam Meline; Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Margulies and Mr. and Mrs.
I. Abe Durbin.
Discussing the Israel Mission are (seated from left) Joseph
Deutsch and Ted Bollt; (standing from left) are Bill Frank,
Irmgard Deutsch, Manny Fass, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Katz
and Dr. and Mrs. Mark Cohan.
Reminiscing about the dedication of the Posnack Community
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are Philip Zeefe, Maria Bollt and Lilian Zeefe.
B'nai Zion Org. To
Sponsor Area Tours
Dr. Sam Brown will conduct
tours in the Miami Miami
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contact Richard Meyerson, Flori-
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kday, February 10.1978
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Pge9
folly wood JCC
wives Mini Bus
he Hollywood extension of
Jewish Community Centers
South Florida, a constituent
jicy of the Jewish Federation
fouth Broward, is the recipient
i new mini bus donated by the
lional Council of Jewish
omen. Hollywood section.
The mini bus will be used to
jisport senior adults who have
_ means of transportation, to
bd from center activities, JCC
lirector Dr. Ira Sheier an-
ounced.
i ESTHER Robinson, president
i the NCJW, said that the
Iganization has been working on
E project, called Dial-a-Bus, for
Jiumber of years.
I" We realized that there is a cri-
|al need for transportation for
nior citizens," she said, "and
decided to raise the funds to
ke the mini bus idea a reality."
_irs. Robinson noted that all
members of the NCJW worked on
projects to raise the money, and
she made special mention of the
NCJW Community Services
Mollie Stone, Dial-a-Bus Com-
|tee chairwoman and Bernice
ene. immediate past section
lident and a committee
nber.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 10,1978
Aquarius Support Pledged for Israel Temple Beth Sholom t0 Pre8ent *
3 Lecture Symposiums on Mid East
Seated (from left) are: Evelyn Freilich, Edie
Frost, Zenia Zeitlin and Marc Zeitlin.
Standing (from left) are: Olga Goldberger, .
Mina Finkelstein, Margaret Lebovitz, Rose
Littman, Ann Conn, Rose Kern, Barbara
Rosenberg, and Eleanor Weiner.
From left are: Paul Weiner, Aquarius
chairman; Eleanor Weiner, Abi Ben Ari,
Ann Cohn, and Lewis E. Cohn, Jewish
Federation of South Broward president.
Seated (from left) are: Larry Singal, George
Finkelstein, Bernard Goldberger, Marr
Zeitlin, and lax Coffman. Standing (from
left) are: !ierb Lebovitz, Hy Littman,
Harold Soble, Julius Freilich, Sidney Seltzer,
Paul Frost, Emanuel Fass, David Kern and
Paul Weiner, chairman.
Support the 1978
Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund...
Jewish Federation
of South Broward.
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Three speakers on the subject
of Israel will be presented by
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami in a three-lecture sympo-
sium on the Middle East, an-
nounced Dr. Leon Kronish, spiri-
tual leader of the Miami Beach
congregation.
Marvin Kalb, diplomatic corre-
spondent of CBS, will lead off the
series Sunday, Feb. 26 at 8 p.m.
ABBA EBAN, former Israeli
foreign minister and representa-
tive, will speak Tuesday, March 7
at 8 p.m.
Concluding the series will be
Dr. Joseph Sisco, recently retired
undersecretary of state for Mid
ABBA EBAN DR. JOSEPH SISCC
die Eastern affairs, whose lee tun
has been scheduled for Tuesday
April 4 at 8 p.m.
Entitled "The Faces of Hope
Israel 30," the lectures are in
tribute to the 30th anniversary of
the birth of the State of Israel
and in celebration of the Temple's
35th anniversary, and are being
presented in association with
Harry Walker Management, Inc.^
announced Milton M. Gay nor,'
president of Temple Beth Sho-
lom.
FOR tickets and information,
contact Judy Drucker, director of
Temple Beth Sholom's cultural
office.
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Iy, February 10,1978
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
tilliams, Coslow
Join JFS Staff
fed Williams and Deborah
How have joined the staff of
,, Jewish Family Service of
pward County, a constituent
ency of the Jewish Federation
South Broward, announced
Lerwin Rosenstein, JFS exec-
live director.
f Williams, a caseworker, will be
tsigned to the Fort Lauderdale
Rice of JFS. "He recently re-
lived his MSW from Barry Col-
Te School of Social Work and
are fortunate to have him on
brstaff," declared Rosenstein.
j MS. COSLOW will be the Cen-
tal Intake Social Worker, work-
(g out of the Hollywood office,
ut providing services to both of-
fces.
IF Luncheon to
>nor Greenbergs
NATHAN AND
ROSE GREENBERG
Nathan and Koae Oreenberg of
llanduU' will be honored by the
IrsM'l llisi;i III I i hi :i testimonial luncheon
lediM-sduy, Keb Ift, at the
ilichiv I mi in 11 c 111 \ \micmI I {each.
|li: making the announcement,
Morton Mnlavsky, IHF
I lor Itroward and I'alm
In h i ciiiiuics. ritod the Green-
v.- I'liUmjr dedication and
, ii i in ihe Slate nl Israel and
It In 11 is tad nil He also noted
i in liiiu I.inn will celebrate
|< luii llnihl unni\ ersary of the
m.i'Iiui I'oundatiop.
I'll' IS particularly ap-
|; i that we -IhmiIiI 11; i >
In the (:ni'iilicii;s. said
nl Mem. national I III'
trident, Mm i ihey have town
i in lorelronl of the Koun-
lin'i ~ act iv ilk? in Uroward
lmi\ Mine ilsiiurplion
lliiesl speaker al I he I'el) |fi
Theon will le Eugene Gold,
tonal nil' vice president,
Ihi Malax sky announced.
Ii is the distria attorney for
1,'s County (Brooklyn), N.Y..
i>- chairman >! the National
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kitiuinal leader and a national
miasioner of the Anti-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 10,1978
at the home of Mimi Sabra.
at the home of Dee Gillon, 8
CJA-IEF Calendar
Continued from Page 1
FEB. 14 \
Women's Division Shoshana, noon
Women's Division Suburban Coffee, at the home of Wendy Ben-
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FEB. 15
Women's Division Suburban Coffee,
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Women's Division Suburban Coffee,
p.m.
FEB. 16
Women's Division Suburban Coffee, at the home of Karen Mey-
er, 9:30 a.m.
: beacon Towers, 7:30 p.m.
FEB. 19
Temple So lei, 9:30 a.m.
Aquarius, 10 a.m.
Galahad South, 10 a.m.
Temple Sinai. 10 a.m.
Temple Beth Shalom, 10 a.m.
Presidential Towers, 11 a.m.
Desoto Park, 11 a.m.
Golden Sails. 11 a.m.
Malaga Towers. 7:30 p.m.
Olympus. 7:30 p.m.
FEB. 21
Women's Division Suburban Coffee, at the home of Arlene Ray.
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A week-long Yiddish festival
will be held at the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center, Sunday, March 5 through
March 12.
To start off the week, the
Senior Adult Department will be
sponsoring a one-day Yiddish
Folk Fair.
THE JCC is asking the
assistance of people in South
Broward to help find the follow-
ing objects: Pickle barrels, wig
and wig stand, show cases
(locked display cases), street l
signs, milk cans, burlap sacks, I
park benches, old stove, large old
pots, large empty gallon con-
tainers from ice cream and
cottage cheese, large baskets,
cash register, photographs,
period clothing, lace doilies,
washboard and tub, wheel-
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Contact Gail Weisberg and / or
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Articles given to the JCC on a
loan basis will be guarded and
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Herzl Lodge to
Honor Charmatz'
MR. AND MRS.
MICHAEL CHARMATZ
The annual Night for Israel
under the auspices of the B'nai
B'rith Herzl Lodge will be held
Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. at
the Haber-Karp Hall of Temple
Sinai, announced Stephen Mar-
lowe and Jack Solot, chairmen.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Char-
matz have been selected to re-
ceive the State of Israel Scroll of
Honor to be presented on behalf
of the Israel Bond Organization.
MR. AND Mrs. Charmatz are
members of Temple Sinai, active
in B'nai B'rith, of which Char-
matz is secretary of Herzl Lodge.
He is a member of the Society of
Fellows of the Anti-Defamation
League. Mrs. Charmatz is a life
member of Hadassah and active
in Mizrachi Women.
The program of entertainment
will be headed by humorist Emil
Cohen.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
'hindler Answers
Sadat's Message
Continued from Page 1
Lasonable basis for negotiations," "most flexible" and
[long step forward" on the road to peace. We agree with
President.
^S FOR the people of Israel,
i yourself told me when you
eived me at your residence in
van earlier this month how
ply encouraged you were by
warmth of your reception in
usalem, not only before but
after your strong Knesset
ch. "The Israelis wore their
ts on their faces," you told
erative effort between Egypt and
Israel, born of peace, can bring.
Let us therefore truly reason
together, summoning the re-
quired energy and will to make
the dream of peace the fact of
peace.
Let us together call on the oth-
er Arab nations that still fear and
reject peace to join us in the
sacred mission of its attainment.
"Nation will not lift up sword
against nation, nor learn war any
more. Every man will sit un-
der hi.s vine and under his fig
tree, and none shall make him
' afraid."
With greetings of kinship and
peace.
/hat you saw, Mr. President,
re the hearts of parents and
Jows and orphans of Israel's
hers fallen in battle. There is
lly a family in that tiny land
Lch has not suffered the loss of
^ved one in the wars of 1948,
5, 1967,1973. And yet Israel's
pie poured out into the streets
waived little Egyptian flags
au drove by. A people such as
K. share a commitment to peace
Pess than your own.
must also demur from your
iluation of Israel's expressed
^cerns as "procedural and peri-
eral." Israel's quest for care-
lly defined security arrange-
^nts is not peripheral; it goes to
very heart of the matter.
^AN THERE be any doubt
it Israel itself must guard the
ry peace we seek? Not for pur-
fees of "annexation" or "for-
n rule" or "military occupa-
a." not for the "suppression of
rights of the Palestinian peo-
" but simply to protect human
jres Arab as well as Jewish
St)in PLO terrorists still sworn to
^tael's destruction, from the
kngers of Soviet incursion and
Vm enemies who have de-
jnced you as a traitor to the
hib cause for your desire to live
Ipeace with the Jewish state.
it unreasonable for Israel to
sh to defend itself against such
ngers?
Vour impatience conveys the
Jpression that you disdain the
gotiating process in its en-
ety. preferring a prior agree-
^nt or an imposed solution. You
en say that you did not come to
jsalem "to strike a bargain or
|reach a compromise."
fET THIS is what Americans
derstand the negotiating pro-
Is to be all about: an opportu-
y not only to break down psy-
pogical barriers but also to
)w differences in the give and
of dialogue.
)ur experience living in a de-
cracy has persuaded us that
re can be no agreement with-
[ compromise, no settlement of
ites without mutual conces-
b. I believe all American Jews
the commitment to peace
informs your letter. But we
troubled by the implications
bntains that the only appro-
Ite response to your initiative
In unqualified acceptance of
rpt's full demands.
rOl'R LETTER further states
understand that American
vs support Israel because the
s are a people, one people .
ause Israel offers a home, a
ige. a place of dignity to every
' because a strong and free
democratic State of Israel is
ential to the security of our
i country, America.
look forward to your impend-
visit to our shores. Perhaps
can continue our dialogue
^n. Of this I am certain, that
Dugh we have not yet found a
nmon way, we do share a com-
Jn purpose.
pT IS A lofty purpose, worthy
l>ur striving: peace with jus-
not only to avoid the trage-
of the past but to reap that
harvest of the better life
jich the full and free and coop-
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Gathering with residents of Fairways Royale to raise funds to
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are (from left) Howard Ochs, Fairways Royale chairman; Erwin
Gold, coohairman: Jeanne Daman, guest speaker; and Henry
Frankel, cochairman.
Women at Golden Surf Towers keeping apprised of the current
Middle East situation at a coffee are (from left) Freda Rosen
and Gert Lazier, associate chairmen; Joyce Sumberg, guest
speaker; and Bea Eisenstat, chairman.
Fledging support for the people of Israel and world Jewry at the
Park Place community are (from left) Sol Pomerantz and Lou
Fine, Park Place cochairmen; Henry Levy, guest speaker; and
Dr. Stanley Margulies, 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign chairman.
Increased giving and support for the 1978 Combined Jewish
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South Broward were discussed at the Galahad North breakfast
by (from left) Solomon Singer, Galahad North chairman;
Martin and Ann Haspel, honorees; Ida Lavin, and Irving
Goldstein.
Discussing the needs of the Jews in Israel and around the world
at the Trafalgar Parlor Meeting are (from left) Barney Glantz,
Trafalgar chairman; Rosalie Oremland and Sara Schecter,
cochairmen; Joseph Bitel, Al Goldberg, and Morris Fein stein.
Discussing the recent letter to the American Jewish community
from Anwar Sadat of Egypt at the Fairways Riviera Apart-
ments are (seated from left) Minnie and Hyman Wyman,
honorees; and Ruth Fuerstein. Standing (from left) are Ralph
Grant, Hallandale Area A chairman; William Schwartz, Abbi
Ben Ari, Murray Fuerstein, and Henry Klee.
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Discussing the latest Middle East developments and pos-
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chairman; Otto Stieber, Hallandale Beach chairman; Dr. Sam
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ly, February 10,1978
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
Ask Abe
By Abe Halpera
I Question: What is the meaning of the word
nbatyon?
Henry Klee
Hallandale, Flu.
|Answer: Sambatyon, also known as Sanbatyon
Sabbatyon, is the name of a legendary river.
irt of the lost ten tribes were exiled by the
syrian king, Shalmaneser, and were supposed
Thave been transported beyond it.
"According to legend it is a mighty torrential
per. not of water but of stones and rubble which
mble down during six days of the week and
event the exiles from returning to their land;
lly on the Sabbath, when Jewish law prevents
em from crossing does the river rest.
"SO WIDESPREAD was the belief in the
kstence of this miraculous river that it is
fntioned by Josephus (Wars 7,5,1) as having
fen seen by Titus, and it is referred to by Rabbi
iiva in his discussions with the Roman general
frnus Rufius as irrefutable proof of the divine
ricticty of the Sabbath (Sanhedrin 65b)" (The
ricyclopedia of the Jewish Religion p.342)
Kxactly where this river is supposed to be
cated is not known. However, many com-
entators state that this legendary river is
lentified with the river QOEHI mentioned in the
,ible. (II Kings chapter 17, verses 1 through 6)
Nachmanides, Rabbi Moses ben Nachman
known as the Ramban an acronym of the
lebrew letters of his name Spanish Talmudist.
labbalist and Mible commentator (1194-1270)
ays that the name is derived from its Sabbath
est since Sabbat was the local word for the
ibath.
DURING THE Middle Ages many attempts to
discover the lost tribes generally began with a
earch for the Sambatyon.
Mendale Mocher Sfarim (Mendele the Hook
jn-ller). pen name of Shalom Jacob Abramovitch
1836-1917), the grandfather of Yiddish literature
vrote a story called The Sabbath of the Poor.
11 is about Shmulik, a poor ragpicker who
.vorks hard all week, and the transformation that
takes place on the Sabbath in his house and to
lini and his family. The house is freshly cleaned
and a new cloth is on the table. The candles burn
in their copper candlesticks burnished for the
Sabbath.
COMING HOME from the synagogue with his
son Moishele, he greets his wife warmly. AU week
long she has been as black as coal; today her face
is resplendent and a white kerchief is tied on her
head.
The little girls are bathed and dressed for the
Sabbath and by their faces it may be seen that
they are waiting joyous hearted for those whom
they love.
The rag-picker is no longer a dog; today he has
a new soul. It is Shabbat, and Shmulik is the son
of a king. During the special Sabbath meal which
is different from that of the rest of the week
Shmulik sings melodies of the Sabbath, of the
weary who find rest, and of the wild river Sam-
batyon which is tumultuous six days of the week
and on the seventh day rests from its rage.
"SAMBATYON, Sambatyon, wild with haste
every day. Is not Sambatyon Israel? All week
long Israel runs from place to place. When the
Sabbath Day comes he pauses, and rests; and on
the eve of the Sabbath there is no more sadness
and no more sighing."
It is interesting to note that the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth FA has a committee called Sam-
batyon. According to Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe of
Temple Beth El The committee coordinates our
local Brotherhood activities with the National
Federation of Temple Brotherhoods reaching out
to the college youth.
Symbolized by the legendary river Sambatyon
our purpose is to overcome the psychological
barriers which separate the generations vis-a-vis
Judaism."
Editor's note: Please send all questions to
ASK ABE
c o Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Ra. 33020
Religious
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NORTH BROWARD
>LE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
tnd Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Fhiiiip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
k.Neu.
SLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
fcrive. Reform (44)
AARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
7th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
timmerman. (44-A)
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onservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazln.
antor Abraham K ester (41)
PEMBROKE PINES
APLE BETH EMET. 200 NW
ouglas Rd. Liberal Reform. David
toldstein, ed.dir.
|MPLE IN THE PINES. 9139 Taft St.
nservatlve. Rabbi Bernard I.
oter (63)
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kNTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi
JN J.Harr. (64)
Jordan Ready to Take in Refugees
In one nl liis public appearances. Foreign
Minister Moshe Day an disclosed a sensational bit
nl information which apparently escaped the
notice ot \nieriean newsmen, since no one felt the
need to question Moshe Dayan at his press
conference in the United States on what he based
his spectacular revelation.
In his statement. Dayan expressed assurances
thai the government of Jordan is ready to accept
and grant cil/enship to half a million Palestinian
refugees who are presently living in camps.
However, the American government, said Dayan.
did not wish to assist in carrying out this plan. In
addition the Americans, in their talk of establish-
ing a Palestinian entity" in the so-called oc-
cupied areas, placed obstacles in the way of
absorbing the Palestinian refugees into Jordan.
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Junior and senior high teen- Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
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program at the Michael-Ann
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Beginners and those with an
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brew can attend classes on Mon-
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Hollywood JCC Schedule
Regular program Monday through Friday the lounge is open
daily well stocked library of books and magazines for browsing
and borrowing play checkers or scrabble or just visit.
Monday
"Basic Spanish Conversation 10a.m.
Sewing for Beginners Easy Alterations 10 a.m.
Hebrew for Beginners 10 a.m.
Sketching and Painting 1 p.m.
Learn to do original art work
Self-Discovery through the Humonities 1 p. m.
Begins Feb. 13
Tuesday
Collective Crafts 9:30 a.m.
JCC Singers Choral Club 10 a.m.
JCC Social Club 1 p.m.
"Growing Old Gracefully 1 p.m.
Canasta 1 p.m.
Wednesday
Hebrew (Intermediate Level) 10 a.m.
Yiddish 10a.m.
Movies 1 p.m.
Thursday
Lectures- 10:30a.m.
Needlepoint, crewel and Other Stitchery 1 p.m.
"Transactional Analysis 1 p.m.
Presently closed to new students
Friday
Discussion Club 10:30 a.m.
Share topics of interest
Folk and Line Dancing (Intermediate Level 1 p.m.
Oneg Shabbat Join Us as
We light candles, make Kiddush 3 p.m.
"Courses sponsored by Broward Community College
Movie Schedule
FEB. 15
Go/do Meir Biography, in color
FEB. 22
Merrily We Roll Along Narrated by Groucho Marx Development
of the automobile
ALSO
The Red Balloon Classic French film of young Parisian boy who has
a wonderful friend: o magic red balloon!
Lecture Schedule
FEB 16
"Street Crime" Lecture and film presented by Crime Prevention
Division, Hollywood Police Depl.
FEB 23
"Sing-A-Long" with Bob Brown and his accordion.
Bus Trip to Palm Beach
TUES., FEB. 14 $5
Cost includes admission to Flagler Museum, tour of Worth Avenue,
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Leave JCC 9:30 a.m. Return approximately 5 p.m.
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Minutewoman. suddenly the
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Perhaps the most absurd of the
workshops was the one on
humanism, described as a
Godless religion being inculcated
in the public schools ... this
Godless Humanism is being
pushed upon our children doing
them great harm."
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Open workshops at Pro-Family
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Sandra FUison of the National
Socialist White People's Party,
who opines that "The next time
you read something about a rally
supporting the ERA or see
something on your TV news, take
a good look at the demonstrators.
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stringy-haired lesbians in droopy
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ANOTHER Ellison witticism
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a scraggly coalition of dykes
and kikes Lest one should tend
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propaganda, take note that at the
November IWY meeting in
Houston, there were signs around
the Colosseum rhyming "Kikes
for Dykes" all over the place.
A final word about the ex-
ceptions to which I alluded
previously in discussing the
vitriol at Pro-Family conferences
generally. At the Jan. 14 Orlando
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Egyptian press.
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minister.
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in which he seemed to indicate
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the Rafah salient settlements.
Dayan told an audience at Kfar
Vitkin that the settlements
should not be allowed to stand in
the way of a peace settlement and
indicated that if Egypt was pre-
pared to negotiate a separate
agreement with Israel, a solution
would be found for the settle-
ments in northern Sinai.
He claimed that, on the con-
trary. Dayan stands by Israel's
peace plan under which the set-
tlements would remain under Is-
rael's control although nominally
under Egyptian sovereignty. He
said that represented Israel's
maximum concession.
Lakes Women for CJA-IEF
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Making plans for the Lakes Parlor Meeting on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1978 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund are: (seated from left) Lois
Feinberg and Susan Singer, co-chairmen; (standing) Susan
Chira.
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MUSICALLY ILLUSTRATED LECTURES BY
RABBI & MRS. SAMUEL SILVER
"Jewish Music Is Not Sad**
4 'How Jewish Melodies Became Christian Hymns
"Characteristics Of Religious Music**
ENTERTAINING-----EDIFYING-----EDUCATIONAL
Dr. SiKrr, a dynamic speaker, and
Mrs. Silver, a noted concert pianist
and graduate or Juilliard Music
Schod, have presented their programs
throughout the Country at
Synagogues. Churches. Colleges.
Nursing Homes, on Cruises, and
before many Organizations.
Rabbi Silver is also a\ ailable for Lectures
on ihi- I hemes of Books he has Mrillcn:
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The Jewish Fhridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Arrangements chuirmeiM
Joyce Newman, Brendadw
Hallandale Beach guests at the Pacesetters Dinner included
(seated from left) Estelle Glattman, Mollye Fogelman,
Suzanne Amateau, Sara Shapiro and Theresa Schwarz.
Standing from left are: Ben Schwab, Morris Fogelman, June
Sherkow, Ben Fridman, Sylvia Fridman, William Shapiro.
Abe Radelman and Ernie Schwarz.
Emerald Hills participants at the annual CJA-IEF fund
raiser were (seated from left) Ruth Morgan, Ben and Lee
Rosenberg, Dina Field, Jean Moses and Ann Dembs.
Standing from left are: Henry Morgan. Sylvia Steinberg,
Lillian Rakita, Joan Schatzow, Eli Field, Charles Moses and
Nelson Dembs.
Discussing the success of 1
IEF to date are (from
Cohn, CJA-IEF GwJ"
Margulies and United'
Herbert D. Katz. Katn

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Fried and Esther Freedman. Also (standing from left). Dr.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 10,1978
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