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

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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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

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Full Text
and Mho for of Greater Hollywood
Number 10
Hollywood. Florida Friday, May 19, 1978
Price 35 Cents
Intense Debate
Inds in Approval
\f Planes Sales
Bnate's crucial all-
late over President
[ plan to sell $4.8
dollars worth of
to Israel, Saudi
^nd Egypt, won ap-
londay night.
4-44 vote guaran-
J the arms sales will
(blocked, since the
yides that they can
|ied only by joint
)f the House and
South Broward Parlor Meetings
Set To Discuss Mission to Israel
will receive 75 F16s
&:>s; Saudi Arabia will
F15s and Egypt will
F5Es. Carter also
[o sell Israel another 20
slivery in 1983-84.
I Sens. Lawton Chiles
rd Stone voted against
[arguing that pumping
lllion worth of advanced
the Mideast would
peace negotiations
lid threaten Israel's
Sen. Stone, who as a member
of the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee consistently criticized
the sales package, said that the
planes might have been used as a
"prize" to reward Egypt for
reopening direct negotiations
with Israel and to induce Saudi
Arabia to recognize Israel's exis-
tence as a nation.
SEN. CHILES was opposed to
the arms sale on the grounds that
"It's the wrong time to be selling
arms to anyone, right in the
middle of a peace initiative"
Sen. Jacob Javits (R., N.Y.)
called the arms package an at-
tempt by the President to "set
out to teach the Israelis a
lesson."
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee Chairman John
Sparkman (D., Ala.) and House
Minority Leader Howard Baker
(R., Tenn.) debated in favor of
the sales. During the debate
Baker added, however, that he
believed Israel should get the full
150 F16s it asked for originally.
Community Mission parlor
meetings are scheduled
throughout South Broward to
enlighten prospective par-
ticipants on the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
Community Mission to Israel,
according to Mission Chairman
Dr. Phil Levin.
"The mission is scheduled for
Sept. 7 18. The ac-
commodations include deluxe
hotels in Jerusalem, Tiberias and
Tel Aviv," said Dr. Levin.
FOLLOWING is a list of
parlor meetings currently
scheduled. Any South Broward
community member wishing to
attend a parlor meeting, contact
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward for additional in-
formation and to signify par-
ticipation at any parlor meeting.
Monday, May 22 at 8 p.m. at
Rhona Miller's 2030 South Ocean
Dr., Apt. 1214, HaUandale.
Tuesday, May 23 at 8 p.m. at
Marian and Lee Eggnatz', 412
Poinciana Dr., HaUandale.
THURSDAY, May 25 at 8
p.m. at Jo Ann and Sherman
Katz', 1403 St. Andrews Rd.,
Hollywood.
Thursday, May 31 at 8 p.m. at
Susan and Saul Singer's, 922 S.
Southlake Dr., Hollywood.
Thursday, June 1 at 8 p.m. at
Judee and Howard Barron's,
3071 N. 35th St., Hollywood.
THE cost of the South
Broward Mission is $750 per
person, round trip from New
York. Special group airfare from
Fort LauderdaTe to New York is
available for less than (50 per
person.
First-time mission participants
will be asked to make a minimum
fusnik Dina Beilina To
lear at Hollywood JCC
Beilina, a Russian
will appear at the
I:xicnsion of the Jew-
lunity Center, Thurs-
(y 25 at 8 p.m., ac-
to Elaine Pitteli,
of the Soviet Jewry
Be of the Community
Committee of the
| Federation of South
Jeilina was an innocent
Soviet oppression. She
is a graduate of a Moscow school
of chemical machine-building and
worked as an engineer in a non-
secret organization until she
applied for an exit visa in
January, 1972," explained Mrs.
Pitteli."
"Her past years in the Soviet
Union were spent traveling to
Siberia to visit the young men in
exile, aiding the prisoners and
Continued on Page 11
Pictured meeting attendants are (seated, from left) Marlene
Heller and Shane Wolf. Standing (from left) are Bob Heller and
Bob Wolf.
The first parlor meeting for
the 1978 Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Community
Mission to Israel was held at
the home of Mission Chairman
Dr. Phil Levin. Shown are Dr.
Levin (right) and his wife,
Bobbie tracing the itinerary
on their map of Israel.
of $1,500 contribution to the
Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
($1,200 family gift and $300
Women'8 Division gift). Repeat
mission participants will be
asked to make a $2,500 minimum
contribution to the CJA-IEF
($2,000 family gift and $500
Women's Division gift).
A deposit of $100 per person is
due by June 15 and full payment
is due by July 20.
\munity Members Receive Accolades
Jewish Federation of
jroward honored four
lding community
for their active par-
and continued support
federation, Jewish and
[immunity affairs.
ly and Belle Schlafer
[leadership Award was
to Larry Weiner, a
of the Federation's
eadership program and
mpaign worker. Weiner
known outstanding
qualities as well as
[for continued leadership
Bmmunity, according to
Conn, Federation
June Gordon Young
Leadership Award was
to Brenda Greenman
devotion to the
Bn's Women's Division
and raising; as campaign
?s'dent metro, and
Dal areas.
^rline Pritcher Memorial
or outstanding Women's
Leadership was
to Elaine Fleisher,
Division vice president
P&ign education; for her
P.P in education and
(ity affairs.
[orman and Nancy Atkin
Federation Women's Division
Installs Esther Gordon As President
Fried
Weiner
Fleisher
Greenman
Outstanding Leadership Award active Federation Board member
was presented to Mark Fried, an and mercatile division chairman.
Campaign Leaders Honored
The Jewish Federation of South Broward held their annual
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
awards breakfast, Sunday, May 14 at Temple Beth Shalom.
More than 250 campaign leaders were on hand to be
honored by the Federation.
The breakfast marked the end of a second year of charman-
ship for campaign chairman, Dr. Stanley Margulies. In these
past two years, I have seen tremendous growth in South
Broward and in the Federation's CJA-IEF campaigns. I'm sure
next year will be even better," noted Dr. Margulies.
Dr. Margulies remarked that the 1977-78 campaign ended
with an increase in funds raised over the 1976-77 campaign.
"The direction is not to review this last campaign, but to look
ahead to the next campaign and to note that there are still
unmet needs here in South Broward as well as in Israel. Our goal
for next year will be to meet these needs. Our work must always
move forward," he declared.
Ksther Gordon was installed as
president of the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward at the annual
installation of officers and
awards brunch held at the
Emerald Hills Country Club.
M rs. Gordon has been active in
Federation affairs for many
years. A member of Women's
Division Board of Directors since
1972, she has also served as vice
president in-service.
SHE HAS been active in the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign,
devoting her time and efforts to
the survival of the Jewish people.
Active in Federation activities,
Mrs. Gordon has served on the
allocations committee, the pace-
setters committee, the Mideast
committee, and the community
relations committee.
Her most recent involvement
has been to join the Public
Relations Committee in coor-
dinating the Federation's annual
meeting and building dedication,
on May 21.
MRS. GORDON said that she
Esther Gordon
is looking forward to continued
success and growth for the
Women's Division.
Other officers installed include
Delia Rosenberg, vice president
campaign; Brenda Greenman,
vice president community edu-
cation; Sylvia Abram, vice presi-
dent in service; Bea Mogilowitz,
secretary Eleanor Weiner, nom-
inating committee chairman; and
Nancy Brizel, parliamentarian.




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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Susan Holtzman
Ira Sheirer
Holtzman, Sheirer Named
To Jewish Federation Staff
Susan Holtzman has been
named director of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
Women's Division and Ira
Sheirer has been named cam-
paign associate for the
Federation, according to Sumner
G. Kaye, Federation executive
director.
Holtzman came from the
United Way of Dade County
where she was director of the
Volunteer Action Center,
coordinator of the Retired Senior
Volunteer Program and par-
ticipatod in fund-raising and case
work in the business community.
She is a graduate of American
University.
HER duties as a Women's
Division Director will include
coordinating all Women's
Division activities, including
campaign and educational
programs.
Ms. Holtzman is a member of
the League of Women Voters,
Women in Communication and a
volunteer for the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged
at Douglas Gardens.
Ira Sheirer came to the
Federation from the Hollywood
Extension of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida
where he was the director. He
earned a Bachelor's degree from
State University College in
Courtland. N.Y. and a Master's
and Doctorate in Education from
Indiana University.
HIS DUTIES as campaign
associate will include working
with the Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign, the
Young Leadership Committee,
Jewish Education and the
Planning Budget Administrative
and Allocations Committee.
Sheirer is a member of the
Academy of Certified Social
Workers, the National
Association of Social Workers,
the National Association of
Jewish Center Workers, the
Association of Jewish Com-
munity Organization Personnel
and the American Civil Liberties
Union.
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Levitats Named to Women's State
Committee of United Jewish Appeal
"There are so many dynamic
young women in South Broward
that would be great candidates
for Federation leadership. I hope
that the work of this committee
will bring this women out of
hiding and into the framework of
our Federation," noted Mrs.
Levitats.
Levine Masters Pen for
Saul Levine is a humorist,
raconteur, master storyteller,
author, and calligrapher. His
mastering of the pen has led to
many hours of writing for the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Not just writing, but per-
sonally inscribing thousands of
names on certificates used by the
Federation for their annual
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign
awards.
A retired tobacco and candy
wholesaler from Massachusetts,
Levine is the author of
Impromptu Entertainment; for
which he designed to cover.
'Calligraphy is the art of fine
penmanship. I have studied the
art and I keep busy addressing
party invitations for neighbors.
Mayor David Keating of
Saul Lei
Hollywood calk
citations for outi
munity service
declared Levine.
Marion Levitats has been
named to the Florida State
Committee of the United Jewish
Marion Levitats
Appeal, Young Leadership
Women's Cabinet.
The committee was formed to
aid in the mobilization of women
in the Jewish communities
throughout Florida, according to
Mrs. Levitats.
"THIS committee will have as
one of its goals to reach out to
young women between the ages
of 25 and 40, in order to develop
new leadership." declared Mrs.
Levitats.
"It is vital to the growth of the
Jewish community in South
Broward that more young women
take an active interest and in-
volvement in the leadership of
our community. The future in
South Broward is in the hands of
the young upcoming leaders.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar ofGreater Hollywood
iviet Jews-A Living Holocaust
J following is a report
led by Mrs. Robert Pittell,
In of the Soviet Jewry
It tee of the Jewish
[ion of South Broward
nunity Relations Com-
ently returned from the
I Conference on Soviet
leadership conference
i held in Washington. As
_he speakers referred to the
IJewry problem, he called
|uig holocaust."
, report on the various
fs that were held, I
like you to be aware
problems facing our
|Jews in Russia and I do
Jiat you will support the
M the Soviet Jewry com-
lin every possible way.
] NEED large turnouts of
at our rally's the
U monitor our daily
pers and pay close at-
to these activities. The
jray that we can help our
(is to let our voices be hear;
W not be silent as the
I leadership was in the 40's.
was our concern over the
rest of the White House
State Department in its
je to the conference. We,
rse are one Jewish com-
on the side of the
nt with his feelings for
i rights.
I committee invited Vance,
ski, Jordan, Blumental
[p. Mondale. Only Mondale
in writing, well in ad-
The committee never
an acknowledgement
the other invitees and no
lutes were offered. This
|us all feel that the White
was indifferent and that
Iriorities have changed.
opening session in the
ence dealt with anti-
Ism in the Soviet Union,
[new books were recently
with wide circulation,
lirport now has anti Semitic
Lure available for in-
lional travelers. The TV
gm called Traders of Souls,
|last January was recently
, to capture a wider viewing
Bee.
IE FILM gave moral
lions to the UN resolution
ling Zionism with racism,
lified Zionism with
psm, linked Zionism with
age; thus the Soviet Union
come the largest center of
lewish propaganda and the
It publisher of anti-semitic
lure in the world.
rigration has been on the
(ng the last few months
this happening? It could
ause of the soviet criticism
Arabs they do not wish
Sea to become as Arab
In the recent African
conflict, Israel supported the
Etiopian causealong with the
Russians. The other issue is that
since Soviet Jews are electing to
go to other countries than Israel,
the Sovit authorities are not as
concerned about these people
strengthening the State of Israel.
The third reason is that it is in
Russia's best interest to get rid of
many of the agitators, leaving
only the assimilated Jews left
behind. This is why one of the
goals of the National Soviet
Jewry Committees is to prevent
the closing of additional
synagogues (there are 92 left).
We must demand freedom of
whorship for the Soviet Jews,
and allow them to have services
without fear. Jewish culture
could be the turning point in
emigration. We here in Hwd.
have sent out over $200. (Money
was given to us in donations) in
books to our adopt a families.
WE HELD our Solidarity Day
in Lafayette Park across from the
White House and 2,500 strong
marched to the Soviet Embassy
to show their support for the
Jews in Russia. It was most
effective and received extensive
TV and press coverage.
Ambassador Goldberg spoke
with us of his meetings in Bel-
grade. He said he felt all along
there was generally a lack of
concern over Jewish conditions in
the Soviet Union. In the five and
a half months he was there, he
was the only one who mentioned
free emigration to Israel.
We can be so very proud of our
United States Sen. Richard
Stone. He is on many important
committees although he is a
freshman senator. Sen. Stone
spoke of ways to deal with the
American businessmen and his
relationship with the Russians;
we must do everything in our
power to keep Sen. Stone in
office. Sen. Jackson also spoke to
us and his commitment to the
cause of Soviet Jewry and human
freedom is most admirable.
ISRAELI Ambassador
Simcha Dinitz closed the con-
ference and pleaded with us never
to allow anyone to divide our
struggle. With all the problems
Israel is having; Soviet Jewry
has a very high priority. We must
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been absorbed which is a miracle
in itaelf and there are probably
two million Jews till in the Soviet
Union.
1 ask you or anyone you know
thinking of going to the Soviet
Union to please contact the
Soviet Jewry committee for
proper briefing. Travel is the only
lifeline to our fellow Jews and
leadership in many organizations
around the country feel it is their
responsibility to travel to Russia
to meet the Soviet Jews.
Some future goals of our
committee will be to work for a
resolution with the Governor of
our state on behalf of the
Sharansky case. We hope to
broaden our base and reach out to
more members of the community,
the Temples and organizations.
For this, we need your help and
guidance and support.
IT IS thus that I complete this
report with the thought that if we
are silent in the West, the Soviet
Jews can be sent to Siberia and if
we are strong, they will be
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| Cuban Troops In Lebanon
:: Reports of the possibility of Cuban troops in I,ebanon xj
:: should say something to the Administration if nothingy.
:: else does. S
For a long time, the Administration was told of in :;
:: creasing Moscow-dominated activity in the Horn of Africa :::;
Sand in other African areas where revolutionary move-:;:;:
ijiments are currently waging campaigns.
For an equally long time, the Administration:;::
:: preferred to discount the reports as smokescreens w
S designed allegedly to justify the white regimes in:;:;:
:: Rhodesia and South Africa. S
There is no doubt that the Administration now ac-;:;:
Scepts the reports as true, and now that the Palestine *|:
SLiberation Organization is openlv flaunting the ultimate::;:;
;:: presence of Cuban troops in Southern Lebanon to bolster:;:;
::; its cause, will it also be indifferent to this?
Cuba is a part of the so-called Third World a world ;
Kjonly 90 miles from our shores. It is this very nation that:-:;:
:: assists in fomenting discord in Africa and now the Si
;.' Middle East. :::
What nation but Israel is today in the vanguard of:j:>
:: the struggle against this Third World invasion of a part of ::!
:: the globe so strategically important to America's own:*;
;: security? And yet, by its actions, by its continued in-::*
:: sisting that Israel make concessions before there are anygj
:: peace talks, the Administration seeks to weaken the onlyX;;
|y nation currently doing our fighting for us.
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the wprcuit TAK.es a unu. to*$en.
Federation Marks 35th Year
The Jewish Federation of South Broward will hold its
Annual Meeting and Dedication Ceremonies. Sunday. May 21 at
10:30 a.m.
The Annual Meeting will mark 35 years of Federation
service to the South Broward community.
FOLLOWING the Annual Meeting, at 1 p.m.. Dedication
FedemSIn5 ^ ^ "^ headquarters of the
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Highlights of the Dedication Ceremonies will include a
mezuzzah ceremony, a ribbon cutting ceremony by area mayors
a historical review of the 35 years of the Federation in South'
Broward and a projection for the future.
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Suddenly. Jews are news.
Nazis want to march in the Chicago suburb of
Skokie because, they say, it is a 'Jew suburb.
The Chicago Sun-Times prints a special section
on the destruction of Jews during World War II
and sells more papers than on any other day in its
history.
NBC airs a four-part series on the Holocaust,
billed as the Jewish "Roots."
And a lot of Jews wish it would all stop and go
away.
Meyer Levin, the author. "What you are seeing
is Jewish self-hatred." he said. It is not confined
to Jews, but the Jews express a classic self-
hatred. It is a cliche, but it is an active problem.
11 goes something like this: I f 1 hadn t been born a
Jew. I wouldn't have all these special worries. For
years. Jewish critics have called my books too
Jewish," Levin added. "I finally took out an ad in
the New York Times. I said."for some people,
anything Jewish is too Jewish.'"
WHEN a small group of Chicago Nazis first
announced their plans to march in the suburban
village of Skokie, the Chicago media were very
quick to editorialize on the subject. They were
almost unanimous in their advice to the Jewish
residents: Ignore the march. Ignore the Nazis and
they will go away. Forget about it.
Aside from the fact that the only emotion
Nazism does not elicit is indifference, there is a
great price to pay for ignoring it.
Two years ago I wrote a column about a court
case in Milwaukee. It involved two Nazis who
smashed in the windows of a car while the owner,
a Jew. sat inside. The lawyer for the Nazis felt
they could never get a fair trial, simply because
the label Nazi would trigger so much hatred. So
he questioned 23 prospective jurors, picked at
random, as to what the word meant to them. They
were all middle-aged and all alive during World
War II.
OF THE 23 questioned, none associated
Nazism with World War II. None associated
Nazism with Hitler. None associated Nazism with
racial hatred, concentration camps or the killing
of 6 million Jews.
A reporter for the Milwaukee Journal
questioned the jurors further. "Nazi means
Communist." one juror said. "I have heard of
Nazis, but I don't listen to the news that much,"
said another.
I called the lawyer and asked him if he was
surprised.
"I WAS so amazed at the answers bv the jurors
that I finally just asked a woman if she had ever
heard of Adoll Hitler." he told me, She said that
the name sounded familiar, but she couldn't say
for sure who he was."
There is a price we pay for ignoring, And
forgetting,
Fight months ago. I went to a breakfast in
Skokie held by survivors of the death camps to
talk about the Nazi march. Privately, some Jews
find the survivors a pain The survivors simply
dont understand. This is America not Gar
many. We have the Bill of Rights The survivors
are very, very bad at forgetting. And thev are
simply too Jewish.
I INTERVIEWED a man named Samuel, who
had carried the bodies of his fellow Jews into the
while,
ovens after they had already died
line to enter. For three years, he"lW
ounces of bread a day and soup 2f
potato skins. Near the end of the -l
Germans realized the Russians *
Samuel and the rest of the survivorsm
into open coal cars and shipped west
In the end. all they had to mJ
that fell into the cars. On May T L
Americans liberated Samuel. Eiantikl
has liberated Samuel from what he i
Because he insists on remembering.
"You are a baby," he told meat ton
interview.
"I READ your paper like a Bible
since I come off the boat. What do mi
What can I say to you? To you, this baYI
a business, a profession. Am I right?'
He is right. More right than heknoni
chooses not to ignore what he is.
I was 17.1 was in high school, living,,.
Chicago called South Shore, which 2
largely Jewish. I was at my girlfriend', |
Her parents were having a cocktail u
stood off to the aide, making fu ^ I
yelling at each other across the coffee ubktl
WE WERE young and cool and,_
we were Jews, too, it was not exactly"!
that we bragged about. The torch'
passed to us, so John Kennedy, oursfcj
had told us. We were, he said, a new i
Americans.
But it was the old generation that
us. Their accents, their noise, their a
were like the wedding scene in
Columbus. A bunch of cackling
elbowing each other to get to the chopped!
There was one woman, a cheek-p
came in for most of our sarcastic i
remember mimicking her thick accent i
way she flapped her hands when she!
the end of the party, we kids helped)
dishes, while she was in the kitchen waa
I remember coming up to her with ane*
how she smiled at me. She reached hen
the sink and scraped the soapsuds!
And I saw how there was a number tatl
her flesh. She had witnessed the deathc
SOMEHOW, it didn't seem very hnaj
more.
There are simply a lot of Jews who do a
to be reminded of what those tattooed 1
mean. Who do not want Jews to be newil
not want to have a fuss made over the Hoi
of Skokie. Who want things to be qiaij
forgotten.
Being Jewish, contrary' to some
opinion, has never really l>een that (ash
And that is what Meyer Levin means i
talks about Jews hating themselves.
It is a form of guilt, perhaps, for bei
while others are not.
" I FEEL wicked sleeping in a wannbaij
my dearest friends have been knocked i'
have fallen into a gutter somewhere on
cold night," a Jewish girl wrote during I
War II.
Her name was Anne Frank. And she]
have to feel guilty for very long.
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poses a serious danger to
religious freedom in America -
and thus a serious danger to Jews
in America is not difficult to
imagine.
rJtei htest move imr*e
Catholic dogma on those of us
who are not Catholics, or even
Chr.st.ans. is nw taking place in
Tallahassee where the Catholic -
financed "Right to ,,,,..
movement wishes to have our
Florida Legislature join 11 other
rtate. fa i, call for a ConsS
rational Convention.
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In the present mood of this
country, who knows what would
happen to what Leo Pfeffer, of
tae American Jewish Congress,
the foremost legal expert on the
church.siate issue in the nation.
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heritage lor almost 200 years it
" the mantle of pro-
ns of all faiths
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particular instances in
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(left to right) are Fred Snyder, president of the State
|n B'nai B'rith Lodges; Stephen Riemer, outgoing
i. A Flint. Ahhot. incomine- nrtxiiHant aa tluv nn d uau .. ^w^Bo, -<^v.Kiicn mi
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he's permanent charter given to them by B'nai B'rith
Eonal.
[odge Given Permanent Charter
B'nai B'rith International
Hutchison Elected
To Aging Council
Dr. Nan S. Hutchison,
executive director of the Area
Agency on Aging of Broward
County, has been elected to the
board of directors of the National
Council on the Aging, Inc.
She was elected to the post
during the 28th annual con-
vention of the Council.
Lodge 3039 of B'nai
ceived a permanent
om B'nai B'rith Inter-
It its installation dinner.
liter is granted when a
100 members and
[the bylaws set by BBI.
installed officers for
are: Eliot Abbott,
It; Alan Klujrer.
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[imately 350 members
chapters of the Florida
lof American Mizrachi
throughout Miami.
Tamarac, Deerfield
Palm Beach, will
at a luncheon, May 25
|in the Pompeii Room of
iRoc Hotel.
and awards will be
Individuals of distinction
ipters having fulfilled
luotas, financial and
Chip. The lunch is the
[major function of the
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land Judy Kamimsky of
fiapter are chairpersons;
Kat/.. president of the
Council, will deliver "The
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Mayor Facing Manslaughter Charge
By YITZHAK SHARKIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Attor-
ney General Aharon Barak will
initiate manslaughter charges
against the Mayor and Municipal
Council members of Bnei Brak on
grounds of noncriminal negli-
gence that resulted in a traffic
fatality there last July. Herzl
Attiyah. 22, was killed when a car
in which he was a passenger
collided with a chain that resi-
dents of the town stretched
across a main road to block
traffic on the Sabbath.
Barak's decision triggered an
outcry in the Orthodox establish-
ment but also raised legal
questions in secular circles. Some
critics said the legal proceedings
would reignite the bitter conflict
between the ultra-Orthodox
residents of Bnei Brak and their
non-Orthodox neighbors that
touched off riots in the town last
summer.
THE decision is the first in
Israel's judicial history in which
a Mayor and local council mem-
bers will be hailed to court on
grounds that they are collectively
responsible for a traffic accident.
One question raised was
who would have to serve a
prison i^rm or whatever
penalty is to be prescribed
if the town officials are
found guilty: would it be
the Mayor who is the chief
official, the full council or
only those members who
voted to erect the chain?
Meanwhile, a strong
police presence was
credited with averting a
clash between Orthodox
and non-Orthodox Jews in
Unei Brak ....
Mayor Pinhas Ailon of Holon.
a non-Orthodox township south
of Tel Aviv, who heads the union
of local authorities, observed that
no one would want to stand for
election to municipal office if they
are liable to' prosecution for
accidents connected with local
public works.
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IT WAS the town council that
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across Hashomer Street after
non-Orthodox residents, also
served by the road, protested
against the enforced closing of
the thoroughfare from sundown
Friday to sundown Saturday and
on religious holidays.
One question raised was who
would have to serve a prison term
or whatever penalty is prescribed
if the town officials are found
guilty: would it be the Mayor
who is the chief official, the full
council or only those members
who voted to erect the chain?
Meanwhile, a strong police
presence was credited with
averting a clash between Ortho-
. dox and non-Orthodox Jews in
Bnei Brak Friday night. The
Orthodox congregated to protest
Barak's decision. Non-Orthodox
groups turned up to stage a
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of the Attorney General. Insults
were exchanged but all dispersed
quietly under the watchful eyes
of police.
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The B'nai B'rith Councils of
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and Palm Beach lodges and the
B'nai B'rith Women will present
an evening of entertainment,
Sunday. May 21 at the Sunrise
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the 30th anniversary of the State
of Israel.
Honored guests will be Dr.
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president of B'nai B'rith.
Speeches will be limited, ac-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
.men's Affairs Attache
Speak to IHF Women
Attack Elicits Christian Sympathy
Eldar-Avidar, Women's
TAttache at the Embassy
,. in Washington, D.C.,
[the guest speaker at the
Women's Day of the
Histadrut Foundation
i a Sabra born in Haifa of
immigrant parents.
[he War of Indpendence
she joined the Israel
Forces and served in a
|h unit.
is a graduate of the
. Training Seminary and
Irked for 23 years as
1st for the Hebrew dailies,
land Maariv. She became
[of the Style section of
Israel's largest
fcper.
I author of several books,
I writes about the everyday
the average Israeli family.
September, 1977, when she
I her current post, Tamar
ns close relations with
organizations and
[figures in women's affairs
bd in Israel.
Chairman, Phyllis
Tamar Eldar-A vidar
monk accompanied by Israeli
composer Shmuel Fershko at the
piano."
The program highlights in-
clude as guest artist, American-
Jewish humorist Emil Cohen.
Cohen relives the lives of the
Jews of Eastern Europe who
created a culture now all but
extinct.
Dr. Morton Malavsky,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Shalom and chairman of the
South Broward Council of IHF,
announced that Dr. Sol Stein,
national president of IHF, will
speak on "The Price of Peace."
TICKETS for the bruncheon
are available through the
Histadrut office in Hallandale.
NEW YORK ( JTA) A dele-
gation of evangelical Christians
and leading conservatives in the
metropolitan area issued an
open letter"' to Israeli Prime
Minister Mcnarhem Begin ex-
pressing deepest sympathy''
with the people of Israel con-
cerning the unspeakable
atrocity" of the terrorist mas-
sacre of 32 people on Mar. 11 and
calling for the New York office of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization to be closed down.
The delegation represented a
recently formed group, the Ad
Hoc Committee to Encourage
Prime Minister Begin and Israel,
headquartered in New York, and
the group's view was stated in
An Open U-lter to an Israeli
Patriot. Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin. From Patriotic
Americans."
THE LETTER, written on a
special parchment paper and
Signed by more than IK) people.
was handed to Yehial Kadishia.
director of the Prime Minister's
Bureau, at the Waldorf Astoria
just before Begin left for
Washington.
The delegation was headed by
Itev. Roger Fulton, chairman of
the ad hoc committee, and l{ev.
Nathan llaughton. the com-
mit lee's vice chairman.
The letter expressed ad-
miration and appreciation" for
Begin s record of unswerving
commitment to the promises of
your election campaign, in-
cluding the promise to see that
the West Itank of the Jordan
should never become a PLO-
dominaled region."
In a statement when the letter
was delivered, llaughton said:
We stand side by side with
Lebanese Christians, and we pray
that Israel will never give in to
Soviet-UN pressures that would
jeopardize the security of
Lebanese Christians and those
Israelis in border areas and rise*
where who have been victimized
by wanton I*1X) terrorists."
AMONG those whose names
were on the letter were (iov.
Meldrim Thomson, of New
Hampshire: Scrphin R. Maltese,
New York Stale Conservative
Parly executive director; Rev.
Illiiel C. Clemmons. Bishop for
I he Chaplaincy of Armed Forces
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the National Review: Rev.
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certainty and the other safe-
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Amendment, not to say most of
the remaining Bill of Rights
(except possibly the Second
Amendment which the anti-gun
control people lean on), would go
down by majority rule.
Surveys and studies and polls
have shown not only the
ignorance of a majority of
Americans about the Con-
stitution but outright hostility to
the Bill of Rights (not to say the
radical Declaration of
Independence).
Last week in Tallahassee. Sen.
Jack Gordon of Dade denounced
the amendment proposal, reports
the Miami Herald, as an attempt
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Martin Kuber. ihephilosopher,
was born in Vienna 100 year-
ago. on Feb. 8. 1878 He was
brought up in Austrian Galicia
by his grandfather, a noted He-
brew scholar.
Here, he came in contact with
Chassidism. a philosophy which
was to have a decisive effect on
his life It Uiu.'hi that mystical
unity with God was to he
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the common Jewish practice, but
by full involvement in the life of
the world and love of one's fellow
man and fellow creatures.
The Chassidic spirit is ex-
pressed not in dogmatic form,
hut in the form of myths and
.inecdotes
BUBER COLLECTED and
translated these anecdotes,
thereby preserving them for pos-
unity
Huber studied at Iterlin. Mu-
nich, l-eipzig. Zurich and Vienna
He then moved, with hi> wife, to
lierlin. where he worked as a free-
lance writer and editor of a num-
ber of magazines, the most im-
portant of which was l)er Jude
The Jew i He al*> wrote a series
of essays on Society and Reflec-
tions on Our Time
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Ask Abe
By Abe Halpern
Lest ion: Why do we celebrate Ronh Hashanah 1
W Year in the month of Tiahrei instead of
Donth of N wan which is listed in the Bible as
st month?
Harold Yazen
Hal Ian dale
nswer: Rosh Hashanah is a Hebrew phrase
le literal meaning is head of the year, but is
Resignation for the New Year. It is celebrated
he first day of the seventh month which is
ri as a festival, a day of memorial, and
be observed as a day when the Shofar is
kded.
IE BIBLE also lists the tenth day of the
nth month as the Day of Atonement (Yom
pun, and the fifteenth day of the month shall
bbserved as the Feast of Booths (Sukkot).
t-iticus 23:23-40, Numbers 29:1-16)
he Hebrew calendar is lunisolar, the months
jlated according to the moon but the years
i according to the sun.
he Hebrew month NLsan is designated as the
t month of the first year of the liberation from
dage in Egypt. It is listed in the Bible as the
i of Aviv (Spring).
IE JEWISH year is calculated from the
ion of the world, the year one being the year
idiion. It is based on information derived
Biblical data and coincides with the year
IB.C.E.
llthough in the Pentateuch it is only men-
Led as a festival and a religious observance, in
[Rabbinic period it was regarded as a day of
.ement for the entire world when the fate of
man for the coming year is inscribed in the
< of Life,
ing the Talmudic period the rabbis
ermined that the first day of the seventh
Dth of Tishri is the day marking the creation of
world. The Talmud Tractate + Roah
shanah 1:1- speaks of four periods of the year,
known as Rosh Hashanah. One of these, the
of Tishri, is stated to be the New Year for
rs. The other three for other purposes are
ed as: the first day of Nisan, the first day of
I and the first day of Shevat.
designation of Rosh Hashanah is now
I only for the celebration of the New Year on
\ first of Tishri.
the Exodus took place on the fifteenth day of
month of Nisan in the year 2524 of the
brew Calendar for the years. This coming Rosh
shanah will be the New Year of 5739.
ome of the customs developed during the
i are: "On the first night of Rosh Hashanah
customary to greet one's friends with 'May
be inscribed (in the book of life) for a good
^
fc
year.' The Sephardi version of the greeting is
May you be inscribed for a good year; may you
be worthy of abundant years.'
"AT THE festive meal, it is customary to dip
the piece of bread, over which grace has been
recited, into honey as a token of the sweet year it
is hoped will come. For the same reason, a piece of
apple is dipped in honey and before eating it, the
prayer is recited: May it be Thy will, 0 Lord our
God, and God of our fathers, to renew unto us a
good and sweet year.' {Encyclopaedia Judaica,
vol. 14, p. 309)
Beg Pardon! In the last column, in answer to
the question "What is the difference between
Tenaim and Ketubbah?," inadvertently two
sentences were left out of the quotation. Also
omitted was the source of the quotation which is
the Standard Jewish Encyclopedia, pp. 1122,
1123.
Following is the first paragraph of the
quotation as it should have appeared. The sen-
tences in italics were left out.
Ketubbah is a Hebrew word meaning writing.
It is "The document embodying the obligations of
the bridegroom toward his bride, which in rab-
binic law is a prerequisite of marriage. The
document must bear the signatures of at least two
witnesses and is drawn up in Aramaic. It is
carefully preserved by the bride.
The economic clauses, formerly fluid, now
generally follow a stereotyped formula.
Additional clauses (Tenaim 'conditions') were
formerly often appended to the Ketubbah .)"
We regret the error.
Editor's note: Send all questions to:
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2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Fla. 33020
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TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9139 Taft St.
Conservative. Rabbi Bernard I.
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Are Cuban Troops
Off to Lebanon?
BEIRUT In the event
of renewed problems
between Israel and the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization operating in
Lebanon, Israel's armed
forces may very well have
to face soldiers from Cuba.
This is the word from
Lebanon, where PLO
spokesmen declared Mon-
day that Cuba would send
troops to support its cause
if needed.
MILITARY Director of the
PLO Zuheir Mohsen at the same
time declared that he saw no im-
mediate need for Cuban support.
In fact., said Mohsen, although
United Nations peacekeeping
forces do turn back PLO units
trying to infiltrate the UN lines,
Palestine commando teams can
still manage to launch attacks
inside Israel.
Mohsen, quoted in the English
language weekly, Monday
Morning, said that the PLO had
no intentions of setting up
permanent bases in areas vacated
by Israeli troops because it did
not want to get caught "in the
jaws of the pincer, with the
Israelis ahead of us and the UN
forces behind us."
Primarily, Mohsen reported
that the PLO is "not in need of
additional forces from the outside
at this time," meaning Cuba.
"SHOULD WE need help in
the future, there is nothing to
prevent us from asking for help
from any friendly country. Cuba
is a friend and would not turn
down our request."
Mohsen was, however, quick to
deny that Cuban troops are
already serving in South
Lebanon.
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
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Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Assis-
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SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul M. Kati,
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Cantor Yehuda Hellbraun. (45)
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
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Refusnik Dina Beilina To
Appear at Hollywood JCC
Continued from Page 1
their families, and obtaining
support for the Jewish
repatriation movement by
sending information and
assistance to Jews in the more
remote provinces and cities of
Russia.
"Dina's selfless activities
proved to be an inspiration to
others in the movement and she
soon became referred to as a
'Woman of Valor' and a modern
day Jewish heroine.
"As the pressure was
mounting on the Anatoly
Scharansky case, the Soviets
chose to eliminate the possibility
of Ms. Beilina serving as
Scharansky's main defense
witness.
"After seven long years of
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March of 1978. They were given
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