The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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

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lewisti Florid 13n
**4 thofar of Of of t Hollywood
"Hollywood, Florida Friday, June 2,1978
Price 35 Cents
folds 35th Annual Meeting
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Welfare
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Committee, the Teen Tour
Committee, the Women's Board
of Directors, the F.xecutive
Committee and co-chairman for
the Community Relations
Committee.
Mrs. Newman now becomes
one of 28 women throughout the
country to take the top position
within the Federation framework.
According to Mrs. Newman,
women are now beginning to
display more and more deter-
mination to secure positions of
leadership in policy-making
bodies of the Jewish or-
ganizations not on the basis of
"tokenism" but on equal terms
with men. They want to be ap-
pointed on the basis of the
qualified person for the job, man
or woman.
Other officers include Moses
Hornstein, vice president;
Nathan Fritcher, vice president;
Dr. Sam Meline, secretary; and
Allen Gordon, treasurer.
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Prime Minister Menarhem
Bern's illness forced post-
ponement of the Cabinet meeting
scheduled for Sunday that was to
Imuiii discussion of the questions
posed by the United States
regarding Israel's peace plan.
It was indicated, however, that
the discussions would probably
require more than one Cabinet
session before the answers are
formulated.
Egypt has submitted new
Middle Fast proposals to the
United States calling for the res-
toration of Jordan's West Bank
to King Hussein's government,
reportedly appearing in a Cairo
publication.
\Um Chairman Levin
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of South
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Sept. 11, Masada and/or
"Footsteps of the Bible", Beer
Sheba, Hebron, Tombs of the
Patriarchs. Evening: (un-
confirmed)
SEPT. 12, UJA absorption
Center, Malben, "The Social
Gap'.
September 13, Drive to the
No>th with stop at kibbutz.
Evening: Tiberius Sea of
Gallilee (Dinner).
Sept. 14, Army Day, Golan
Heights, "Good Fence".
Evening: Tel Aviv major
speaker.
SEPT. 15. Northern Sinai
Settlements.
Sept. 16, to be announced.
Sept. 17, to be announced.
Evening: closet banquet.
SEPT. 18, Departure, "Shalom
- La Hitrayot!
For further information on the
Community Mission, contact the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Mrs. Joyce Newman (center), newly ap-
pointed president of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward, with her officers (from left):
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Moses Hornstein, vice president; Allen
Gordon, treasurer; Dr. Sam Meline, sec-
retary; and Nathan Pritcher, vice president.
Federation Dedicates
New Headquarters
The new headquarters for the Jewish
Federation of South Broward at 2719 Holly-
wood Blvd. were dedicated with a ceremony
involving area mayors, county dignitaries,
rabbis, and community members.
Nearly 200 people came to the
Federation to give their best wishes for the
new building.
Building chairman, Moses Hornstein,
presented the key to the building to Joyce
Newman, president.
Saying the prayer and affixing the mezuzzah
to the front door of the Federation offices are
(from left) Moses Hornstein, building chair-
man; Lewis E. Cohn, immediate past presi-
dent of the Federation; Rabbi Samuel Jaffee,
spiritual leader from Temple Beth El; and
Joyce Newman, Federation president.
JEWISH
FEDERATIOf
OF
SOUTH
Participating in the ribbon cutting ceremony
to break the financial barriers between South
Broward and the people of Israel are (from
left) Esther Gordon, Women's Division
president; Joyce Newman, Federation
president; Moses Hornstein, building chair-
man; Mayor Harry Rosen of Miramar; Abe
Durbin, building co-chair nan; and Mayor
David Keating of Hollywoc 1.


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Women's Division
Officers Named
Newly elected president of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's Women's
Division, Esther Gordon (right) speaks to
the installing officer. Muriel Russell, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida. Mrs. Gordon (seated below,
center I with the rest of the new officers
(seated from left I: Eleanor Weiner. nom-
inating committee chairman: and Delia
Rosenberg. campaign vice president.
Standing (from left I are Nancy Brizel. parlia-
mentarian: Bea Mogilowitz. secretary:
Sylvia Abram. vice president in-service:
Brenda Greenman. vice president com-
munity education: and Phyllis Kraemer.
immediate past president.
Women Attend
Sharansky Vigil
Four Hollywood women
represented the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
Soviet Jewry Committee at a
vigil on behalf of Anatoly
Sharansky on the steps of the
Dade County Courthouse. May
23. according to Elaine Pitteli.
chairman of the Soviet Jewry
Committee.
The women were among
hundreds who turned out.
wearing black in protest of the
Russian dissident being held in
Moscow prison.
THE featured speaker was
Dina Beilina. a close friend of
Sharansky's and recent emigrant
of the Soviet Union.
The Dade County Bar
Association passed a resolution
on behalf of Sharansky which
was presented at the vigil.
The participating women were
Eleanor Handleman. Elaine
Pitteli. Hannah Schorr and
Barbara Stein.
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Women's Division attended the
1978 Annual Florida Women's
Division Conference held in
Orlando May 31 June 1.
Women's Divisionsthroughout
Florida were represented at the
two-day conference.
JOYCE Newman, JFSB
president and associate vice
chairwoman for the Council of
Jewish Federations, Women's
Division, and Marsha Sherman,
associate vice chairwoman for the
United Jewish Appeal, Women's
Division, and past president of
South Broward's Women's
Division, asked each community
to make a presentation on their
most successful program, as well
ii^ writing a report on "How To"
reproduce the respective program
for other communities to take
home.
Several sessions were
scheduled that used individual
community input. The
representation of programs for
each community will be beneficial
N
m the entire ftfe
Newman remarked
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Greenman and Marion U
all from South bS
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told Richter, chap-
I Jewish Federation
oward, was recently
Jdent of the South
llains Association.
nstalled into office
Rabbi Eugene
Kiritual leader of
| Tamid of Miami
banquet held at the
| Miami Howard
aurant.
klNG to Rabbi
[South Florida Chap-
lociation is an
for chaplains ser-
s, penal institutions,
btitutions, nursing
ary personnel, in-
I in the South Florida
highest standards of
persons who make up these insti-
tutions or bodies. Its aim is to
develop programs for pro-
fessional growth of its members
It is also an association in which
clergy of all faiths can meet for
communication and fellowship."
Rabbi Richter succeeds Father
Ambrose Burke, of the Fran-
ciscan Order serving the Arch-
diocese of Miami, as institutional
chaplam.
Also installed were Rev.
Luther Jones, director of Chap-
laincy of Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, as vice president, and
Father Patrick Brown, director of
Chaplaincy for St. Francis Hos-
pital, as secretary-treasurer.
win Appeals To Carter
fced from Page 1
et session devoted
implications of the
nles to the Arab
Iwell as to Israel. The
ded to press the U.S.
I "compensation."
| here expect Defense
er Weizman to go to
shortly to seek
i of the "Matmon-C"
ihich calls for an
Dinmitment to supply
about SI billion in
year for the next 10
precise details of what
be requesting is
formation,
litical observers ex-
tae that President
aat's overwhelming
victory in the May 22 referendum
on dealing with Egypt's domestic
crisis will prompt him to resume
peace talks with Israel. Israeli
officials are still waiting for
Sadat's reply to Israel's request
for "counter proposals" to the
Begin peace plan on which
negotiations can be based.
MEANWHILE, it remained
unclear if and when the Cabinet
will discuss the key questions
posed by the U.S. for clarification
of Israel's peace plan. Those
questions were put to Begin and
Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan
by Carter and Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance last month, and the
Americans appear to regard
Israel's answers as crucial to the
resumption of the Middle East
peace process.
Ian Named Seminary Overseer
swan of Hollywood,
Bined to the board of
of The Jewish
the Greater Hollywood Chamber
of Commerce, and a member of
Broward County Committee of
One Hundred and Broward
County Tourist Development
Council.
Cowan joins some 300 men and
women, leaders in communities
throughout the United States
and Canada, who serve in an
advisory capacity to the
Seminary, spiritual and academic
center of the Conservative
Movement in Judaism.
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The B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization sponsors a group of
educably mentally retarded
adolescents ages 13-19. Chaverim
(friends) has been meeting
weekly for the past two years and
has been involved in exciting
activities, one of which included
an eight week Day Camp ex-
perience.
THE camp, which is located on
the campus of the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center in North Miami Beach,
this year will operate from June
20 Aug. 12.
The program includes
swimming, arts and crafts,
dramatics, games, trips and a
variety of sports activities are
also intended to heighten the
Jewish consciousness of the
group with Israeli dancing and
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supervised by trained counselors.
The Chaverim Day Camp is
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Youth Organization and funded
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session opening July 17 and
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TheJeu.
,sh Floridian and ShofarofGreaterHoUy^
Frid,
V'J
Terror at Orly
1 Political Anti-Semitism on ft
The latest attack at Orly Airport demonstrates to the
French, once and for all. that pandering to the Palestine
movement will not leave it immune from terrorism.
For the first time, even the French are angered not
for the reason that they have been bet rave*! in their hopes
for immunity, but for the reason that terrorism is an
attack on human decncy wherever it may occur and in no
matter what name.
Up until now. the French have paid only lip service in
their expressions of regret so long as terrorist activities
took place elsewhere.
But if we are particularly tough on the French here,
we must be tough on other nations, as well, all of which,
including our own. have been moved to do little more than
pay lip service to terrorist activities.
It is about time that the international community
took itself in hand to help put an end to terrorism once and
for all. That it does not do so stems from a number of
things, not the least of which is that the United Nations is
a capon whose business is controlled by the Communists
and the Third World.
Both of these entities are. themselves, either actively
terrorist-involved or else utterly sympathetic to terrorist
aims and actions.
Another, and this one hits Uncle Sam the hardest, is
that to insist upon international terrorist restraints would
be to touch the core of the petrodiplomacy of the American
government.
Until we stop thinking greedily, and start thinking
humanely. Orly terrorist actions may be expected to
repeat themselves.
Keeping Our Rostrums Free
It is reasonable to believe that some people agree with
what Sen. Lowell Weicker had to say at a meeting of the
American Israel Public Affairs Committee in Washington
so far as the Carter Administration generally and the
President's National Security Adviser Zbigniew
Brzezinski. specifically, are concerned.
The amount of applause that greeted Weicker's
repeated allegations that Brzezinski is an anti-Semite
certainly supports this assumption.
On the other hand, it is also reasonable to believe that
others do not agree either with what he said or that
Weicker had a right to make of his AIPAC rostrum a
platform on which to air issues in what may best be
described as a "cheap shot" way.
The American Jewish community is in for a long
political battle with this Administration. The President
and his subordinates, including Brzezinski. have all
declared their support for the security of Israel. But as
Rabbi Israel Miller, interim president of the American
Zionist Federation, said recently, the Jewish community
wants not just the right words, but correct deeds And
this has not been forthcoming.
But in seeing that the Administration does perform
I hese deeds, the just cause of Israel is done no service by
irresponsible name-calling against Administration of-
ficial- either by Jewish officials or public officeholders who
use Jewish forums. The cause of Israel is too important to
sink to this level.
A Slur Against Jews
Our attention has been called to an advertisement in
the local press from the First Citizens Municipal Cor-
poration of Atlanta, Ga., run during the recent Passover
holidays.
The ad. touting municipal bonds at a high tax free
interest rate, features a cartoon of a bearded and skull-
capped Jew holding what appears to look like a
Haggadah.
The punchline of this tasteless production reads
"Dont Passover This Tax Free Investment."
We are appalled.
We consider this an affront to Jews and Judaism. Its
implications are rooted in the ancient canards of anti-
Semitism that only Jews are wise in the ways of money
and would be "clever" enough not to pass up the kind of
offer that the ad describes.
This is a gratuitous insult and we believe that the
Atlanta corporation ought to rethink its policies, not only
as a matter of principle, but as a matter of interest to
those repelled by such appeals to potential investors
cJewish Floridian
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Friday. June2. 1978 26 IYAR-5738
Volume 8 Number 11
A GOOD friend called over the
weekend to remark that surely 1
was engaging in dramatic hyper-
bole in mv last column when I
talked about. "our coming
despair" and that, as Jews, we
are headed for "bitter times in
America
I told him 1 was not. I honestly
believe this, or I would not have
said so He was shocked, and his
reaction reminded me of two
instant cliches: the supreme self-
indulgence of the Jews of Ger-
manv before the rise of Hitler and
the Sinclair Lewis satire. It Cant
Happen Here.
I DO NOT have in mind such
cvnical instances as occurred in
the Florida State Legislature the
other day when Rep. Kdmond
Fortune (I).. Pace! and Sen
Dempsey Barron (D Panama
Cityl engaged in anti-Semitic
witticism about the jewfish. each
wondering if the jewfish is
found around the bank."
Hoth men. apart from being
nauseous pork-choppers who
once again have their greedy
thumbs on the windpipe of South
Florida's (read Jewish) fortunes,
are classical bigots with a
penchant for unintelligence.
Particularly, when 1 think of
Sen Barron. I think of a reptile
with the lidded eyes of its low-
estate from which it is inex-
tricably bound never to rise by
the ill-fortune of evolution.
IS IT NOT Barron who. by his
shenanigans in the Legislature,
continues to doom South Florida
to automobile insurance no eco-
nomically middle clan person or
lower can afford? Does Barron
not engage in these shenanigans
as a greedy, self-interested repre-
sentative of the trial lawyer's
breed ht> profit enormously
from inequitable rate structures
and immoral insurance practii
Barron knows a thing or two,
then, about banks himself and
ought to feel quite comfortable
around jewfish reckoned in terms
of his own anti-Semitic frame ol
nee
But this frame ol reference is
classical Christianity, and it is
nut what will bring us upon the
bitter times m America" I
talked about here last week
WHAT I have in mind is a
political rather than a religious
anti-Semitism rooted in the
American Jewish community's
solid identification with Israel
even when Israel is no longer the
fair-haired child of American
political doctrine.
Political anti-Semitism is, of
course, rooted in religious anti-
Semitism which lost its
respectability for Christians
when Israel was reborn in 1948
against every Christian principle
that the Jews must remain
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doomed to exile, wandering and
contempt until they accept the
Jesuitical messiah.
The rebirth shook Christianity
because it raised doubts about
the truth of this New Testament
dictum. There can be little dis-
belief that the ecumenism of the
1960s was a genuine first effort
on the part of Christians of good-
will to reconcile their dogmatic
faith concerning Jews, a faith
suddenly shown to be absurd,
with the realities of the Jewish
political renascence.
THE GROWING political iso-
lation of Israel these days, most
readily explained by petro-
politics, is now being seized upon
by old line religious anti-Semites
to revive their trust in their old
line religious dogmas.
Should Israel go down the
tubes, then they can believe that
thej were never wrong from a
religious point of view in the first
place except perhaps to be
shaken briefly in their anti-
Semitic faith for which they can
say siime iea culpas and be
quickly exonerated.
But the way to achieve this end
is through political manipulation,
not religious assault, and that is
w hy "our coming despair" will be
political in nature
I HAVE in mind the recent
comment in a column by Garry
Wills I Universal Press Syn-
dicatel thai some of the signs
thai Jimmy Carter is finally
beginning to score a degree of
success in hi* administration
must include, among other
reasons, "the even-handed'
approach to the Middle East
I he has achieved) that other
Presidents yearned for. inef-
!> dually. because of the political
importance of American Jews."
<>r take Alaska's Sen. Mike
Gavel, who declared during the
course of the heated Senate
debate on the joint jet sale to
Israel, Egypt and Saudi Arabia,
a debate the administration won
and that anti- Israel forces
consider a major defeat for the
entrenched Israeli lobby":
Despite pressure from Jewish
constituents, his own vote. Gavel
said, was the litmus test" for
many Jewish
groups. This vou
done properly, kissel.
future all kinds J
(Jewish) support i
will be the waursu!
Jewish influence in tlaB
ALL THESE, and*
dozens to them Ji
allegedly politidw
American Jewish
that the tide is tumin,
- that the rer
ward of Israels |
the U.S. spell,
reassessment dowi
American Jewish
itself.
Sentcl
A man I detest ml
Sen. George McGovenn!
spelled it out all toot
he took to the
debate the jet sale:
most outspoken Amwiojl
cat es" belter not g Ml
bunctious to the
America loses its
influence the Arab
toward the peace tableT
could set in motion i
both in the Middle Ejj
the US" (italics minet.
The irony here -
always irony in anti-S
is that American Jewbii
power is a myth,
Dempsey Barron's si
implicatkin is that alii
rich, is a myth.
IF THE Nixon adu
did nothing else, itpn
President can be elect
significant Jewish sib
run a .ludenrein adn
without any mishap u
than those he called i
himself that had not!
with Jews as a source oil"
political power
Unless, of course.youU
view that Watergaten
Jewish intrigue to
Nixon.
In fact. I willalwaysn
Richard Nixon for ho
Justice Fortaa from
leaving the IS. Supi
without a single Jewishi
the last before him
Mr. Justice Goldberg I
who was asked by
Johnson to resign to I
allegedly higher duties I
ambassador to tb(
Nations.
IN ORDER, after it
appointed Thurgood
Warren E, Burger
justice. Harry A.
Lewis F. Powell. Jr.. i
H. Rehnquisl. leaving!
Court as free of Jew it
it when he hounded Fa
Fortuitous? I dont
What single PresidenM
years had the
make so many appoint
the Supreme Court?
fortuitous, but naming
with nary Jew ""*}
when there was now
bench after the shai1
episode, that was not I
That was intentional
But Nixon's oei
psyche apart, you cUt
a record achieved with
Jewish political power-
YET THE myth i"
political power P*"**
does so increasingly tM
set up a strawman -
American Jews out of
privilege they donte"
first place
Look to Mnn
aftermath That
garbage was the ghost
which Germany '
avenge betrayals
against her m*
it did so by taking lr*
the freedom alleffdj*
mine Germany s ""
vengeance and ultima"
OVW Versailles
The principle
Political ant.-SemjWjJj
ica will be the ghost
keeps the U.S. afloat
foreign oil.
'I


"e2, 19?8 The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood_______________ Page 5
*el\ **fe880r Events Sign Language for Deaf
you teach a deaf one How does one get across the O O AW* M^^TJVM.
, you teach a deaf
fcpeak? Sign language is
But what do you do if
hge doesn't exist? You
[precisely what Prof.
SchJessinger of the
Jniversity has done.
Ith the problem of
the deaf of Israel to
Bti- with each other.
bssinger, who teaches
leal linguistics, combed
i'u-i ionaries for ap-
hand and finger signs
bents. When stymied
fjbsence of a needed
! invented one.
\S aided in his work by
from the American
fcini Distribution Com-
)('i, funded in part by
Federation of South
combined Jewish
tael Kmergency Fund.
lists many projects,
nd institutions for the
those with severe
speaking impairment
chlessinger organized
lion of symbols into an
language system and
them into a dictionary
presented to Israel's
lof Labor and Social
'. Israel Katz.
himself had been the
bf a JDC grant, which
Bm to secure his Doc-
I Social Work at Case
Reserve University in
States. The new dic-
nsists of 200 pages and
|l.joo photographs of
ibols to indicate the
nonly used words.
^TZ hailed the new
I as a significant break-
i enabling deaf persons
nicate with others.
Winik, a member of
J Executive Committee
rwoman of the Israel
nmittee, hailed the
I "another indication of
[ new thrust of the JDC
to be a catalyst, an
, seeking out unmet
[ providing the funding
tise to develop pro-
|meet those needs. The
anguage dictionary will
ousands of deaf people
I from their tombs of
Itely it may help
I of thousands more in
Dtries where the same
| may be used to creat
ages where there aren't
Schlessinger was often
Ion how to portray a
rticularly an abstract
one How does one get across the
word idea for example? By a
clenched fist with a raised fore-
finger touching the brain. The
word thief is indicated by a
clenched fist with thumb point-
ing downward, the hand per-
forming a movement indicating
that something is being done on
the sly.
Prof. Schlessinger became
interested in sign communication
through his wife, a teacher of the
deaf. In 1967 he was asked by the
U.S. Department of Health, Edu-
cation and Welfare to devise a
supplementary language to aid
instructors who were teaching
the deaf. In the U.S. deaf persons
are taught lip reading, but often
supplementary hand symbols
and motions are needed to make
communication clearer to the
"listener."
Prof. Schlessinger developed a
universal dictionary using
choreographic-type symbols (not
photos) to indicate the position of
the arm. hand, and fingers and
the directions in which they are
moved to indicate nouns, verbs,
adverbs, and adjectives. It was
the first time such a guide to the
deaf had been systematized for
use everywhere.
THEN the question arose:
What do you do for an adult who
cannot grasp the intricate
symbolization? The problem was
especially acute for deaf adult
immigrants who had never been
taught to "talk."
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The answer was the sign
dictionary with photos, a project
m which Prof. Schlessinger was
he ped among others, by Israel
bela a Sabra. who was born to
two deaf parents. Sela. who has
no hearing impairments, learned
to communicate with his parents
through hand symbols.
Deaf school children in Israel
are taught lip reading and every
effort is made to integrate them
into the public school system,
ror them the new dictionary will
serve as an auxiliary teaching
tool. For many adults who were
never taught lip reading; and who
have been unable to communicate
all their lives, the new dictionary
will be a godsend.
SELA ALSO hopes to get the
dictionary into the hands of
policemen, clerks in public in-
stitutions, and others who come
into contact with the deaf, to
enable them to communicate
more directly with the non-
hearing, non-speaking public.
Courses in sign language are
taught to members of the staff.
parents, grandparents, volun-
teers and outside professionals
by instructors at MICH A. the
Association of Parents of Deaf
Pre-School Children in Jerusalem
and Haifa. Both institutions
receive financial support from the
JDC.
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Russian Families to Relocate Here
The Jewish Family Service's
Russian Resettlement Com-
mittee, funded by the J<
Federation of South Broward's
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
hmergency Fund, has made
arrangements for two Rui
families to relocate in South
Broward. according to Mark
Fried, president of Jewish Family-
Sen'ice.
The Meshenbergs were the
first to arrive on March 30,"
explained Fried. Vladimir. 39:
Sofia. 33; Milana. ": and mother-1
in-law Elizaveta Ruzhinskaya
greeted at the Fort Lauder
dale Hollvwood Airport bj
reseotativea of Jewish Fai
ce and I
Federation of South Broward.
VLADIMIR fn
nbler and electrical installer
in Russia and of a job
Sofyaisamanicur.
The Meshenbergs. fluent in
Russian and Yiddish, are both
very close with Judaism and |
occasionally attend Temple Solel
ThW would prefer to attend on a
but haw a trans-
problem.
'' '
within the
:, community in
. eight fam
m the community now and I
II helpful to the new arrivals
I UK BELENKY family
ted on April 11 at the
edamezumh
for their new home by jrsn
Chaplain. Rabbi Harold Richter
The Belenky family is presented with a
mezuzzah"by the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's chaplain Rabbi Harold Richter.
From left are Agusta Zimmerman. Jewish
Family Service;
Rabbi Richter;
Jewish Family
translator.
Fduard;
and I)r
Service.
Michael:
Alfred
Elvira;
Martin.
who was also
Michael. 31. is a design-
,.1 tncal engineer and will soon
be *rking for a relative who
,,wns an aluminum factory in
plained Pried
His 25-yearold wife Elvira is
gpedi ,i hop-to either
n !lir her license to go into a
practice or into nursing.
H,.r eventual goal is to be a
do tor again The Helenkys have
,, two-year-old son. Kduard.
BOTH MICHAEL and El-
vira are taking English as a
second language, a county-spon-
Bored program offered at South
Broward High School."
Fried said there will be another
Russian family moving to South
Broward in the next two weeks.
He is expecting 10 more within
the next year, depending on
fund- from the South Broward
and North Broward Federations.
So far. all eight families have
received money solely from the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. but a joint program is
in the works for the next 10
families
|)R JOEL Willens has been
arranging the medical and dental
Mm ices for the families until
they become independent
Fried said the Jewish Family
Service is in need of television
lets in good working condition to
help the Russian families learn
Knghsh Donations of televisions
ix deductible.
GrossSch
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The Jewish Family Service and the Jewish
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Dr. Alfred Martin; Vladimir and Rabbi
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T^eJewiahFloridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Weizmani Denies Any Change
. hn Page 7
By GIL SEDAN
kRUSALEM (JTA)
nse Minister Ezer Weizman
Idenied that there has been
change in the government's
policy on the West Bank.
^dressing the Knesset's
(ign Affairs and Security
littee, he referred to reports
Dili the Israeli and local
press that the govern-
is planning to confiscate
[owned by West Bank Arabs
; abroad in order to enlarge
h settlements in the oc-
territory. Some sources
[certain lands were already
CIZMAN did not elaborate
hose reports except to say
were incorrect. But a
Government officer has
appointed "to check the
ations that there has been a
ge in policy." The Israel
Is Administration, which is
bnsible for administering
[-owned land, claimed the
change has been to crack
on misused or forged
frs of attorney assigned to
Hank Arabs by relatives or
who have taken up
ence in foreign countries.
Itherto, the absentee owners
were recognized as the legal
owners of the land provided that
they were not living in Arab
countries. Those who have fled to
Arab lands were considered to
have abandoned their property
State W8S taken Ver by the
Members of the Knesset
committee were critical of the
government's land policies,
mainly because they seem in^
consistent and confused. Yosef
Tamir a Likud MK, demanded
that the government make clear
decisions on land matters, make
them public and stick by them.
HE CHARGED that with
respect to land, there were now
tnree governments" the
democratically elected one, the
right wing group which distorts
the process of reason by which
the government should abide "
an allusion to the militant Gush
Emunim, and the left win*
which, he charged, is blowing up
the issue out of proportion to the
detriment of Israel's image
abroad.
The reports of a change in
government land policy coincided
reports that the Defense
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Ministry is considering the large-
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On behalf of the Young Leadership Committee, R. Joel Weiss,
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The Young Leadership Committee of the
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The Jewish Flqridian and Sho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
P'not Mitzvah of 17 women, the first
orcurence in Broward County, took
recently at Temple Beth Shalom. Dr.
on Malvasky, Beth Shalom spiritual
r. prepared the two-year course of study
he women. From left to right are B'not
vah celebrants: Leona Browser, Irene
Susan Friedman, Debbie Haber,
Harris, Marilyn Hoffman, Fran
KriKer, Marcia Levin. Audrey Meline, Elaine
filler, Susan Miller, Florence Pasternak.
Marie Portnoy, Barbara Rosen, Florence
Siegel, Diane Snyder, Rena Stern. The
service was conducted by Dr. Malavsky and
assisted by Cantor Irving Gold. Presen-
tations were made by Temple, Sisterhood
and Men's Club to the celebrants.
're Not Clear On Need of Israel
joseph polakoff
Washington -
In the opinion of
Iral former American
tary and diplomatic
|ers, the Carter
linistration and many
kricans in general do
I adequately appreciate
Is strategic value to
lUnited States and its
Iributions to American
licence gathering
|cies.
lose views were ex-
Ised here by former
lersecretary of State
lene Rostow; former
Ibassador William
tner; Adm. (Ret.) Elmo
Jjwalt, former Chief of
(al Operations; and
(Jen. George F.
Kan, former Chief of Air
K Intelligence.
IKY participated in a
|ssion of current U.S. policy
1 Middle East and the Soviet
hi to that area at a sym-
pm sponsored by Foreign
t\ Perspectives, a Boston-
Kroup that examines U.S
Ivement in international
18.
no other participants, Lt.
(Ret.l Arthur S. Collins,
ler deputy commander in
f of the U.S. Army in Europe
|Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Benjamin O.
s. former deputy commander
Ihe U.S. Air Force Strike
Imund, expressed views in
r of the Administration's sale
B5 aircraft to Saudi Arabia, a
pet roundly condemned by
bthers.
pitner, who is director of the
jign Policy Research
Itute in Washington, and
Ted as moderator, described
fel as "a strategic asset in a
bn necessary in defense of
P<)" and as "an offset to
et military power" there.
LOTS of Americans look at it
lei I as a net strategic loss,"
pid. "They are unwilling to
Tnize the strategic advantage
i our association with Israel
I though at times it presents
lunges and difficulties such
oming to Israel's support in
FomKippurWar."
kmwalt said the U.S. is in-
Ible of successful military
Jity in the Middle East
out Israel's support. He
ted out that only the threat
^raeli intervention stopped
from attacking Jordan in
when King Hussein was
P>K Palestinian terrorists.
FEOAN challenged the
ffVon'a description of the F15
plane as a 'defensive
|!""> He called that
f'piion one of the mo8t
Fading" statements the
[agon has ever made He
denounced the President's air-
craft package as injudicious
because it has the effect of
weakening Israel and thereby is
detrimental to U.S. interests.
But Davis observed that Saudi
Arabia, which will receive 60
Flos in the package endorsed by
the Senate Monday, is "pro-
West" and the package, he said,
will allow Israel to retain military
superiority in the area. Collins
said the U.S. could not have
supplied Saudi Arabia with
aircraft of lesser quality because
the Saudis are a "proud people"
and would regard such treatment
as an "insult."
Rostow said "no effective"
Middle East policy is possible
without peace between Israel and
its Arab neighbors that ensures
Israel's strength and
sovereignty. He contended that
"President Carter has taken a
position blaming Israel for the
absence of peace. This is almost
inexplicable. Israel isn't the
obstacle."
Poll Shows 'Holocaust9
Shed Light on Hitler Era
NEW YORK Three out of
every five viewers of the recent
television dramatic series
Holocaust feel that they un-
derstand better what happened
to the Jews under Hitler as a
result of the program.
I'he impact of Holocaust was
one of the major findings of a
viewer poll, which were made
public here at a news conference
in connection with the American
Jewish Committee's 72nd annual
meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel. Richard Maass, president
of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, presided at the con-
ference.
MILTON Himmelfarb,
director of AJC's Information
and Research Services, made
public the preliminary results of
the nationwide sampling. The
poll, commissioned by the
American Jewish Committee,
was compiled by the professional
polling firm of Response
Analysis, of Princeton, N.J.
Alfred Vogel, vice president of
the concern, gave a technical
analysis of the data compiled.
In reporting on the educational
effect of the drama series,
Himmelfarb pointed out that 59
percent of those polled said that
they understood better after
seeine the programs what the
Nazi persecution of the Jews was
all about.
Further, he declared, 85
percent of the viewers thought it
a good idea to remind Americans
of the Nazi persecutions and 72
percent thought it sensible to
teach children about the
Holocaust.
SEVENTY-SIX percent of the
viewers expressed the opinion
that the programs gave an ac-
curate picture of the Nazis'
treatment of the Jews.
Himmelfarb pointed to the
replies to a number of questions
as "indicating a humane, sen-
sitive and realistic attitude on the
part of most Americans on what
had happened to the Jews in
Germany, and on the possibilities
of similar occurences happening
elsewhere in the world today."
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By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) President Carter has sent what
waa described us a warm letter to Prime Minister Menachem
Begin containing assurances of America's continued commit-
ment U) the security and welfare of Israel.
The letter was conveyed to Begin by U.S. Ambassador
Samuel Lewis. It reportedly does not mention the aircraft sales
package deal for Israel. Egypt and Saudi Arabia which the
Senate ratified Monday over strenuous opposition from Israel's
friends in the U.S.
NEVERTHELESS, Carter's letter was seen as part of the
Administration's efforts to assuage the bitterness generated by
the aircraft sales to Arab countries and to calm Israeli fears
that their special relationship with the U.S. has been affected.
More concrete expressions of American support were
expected to be detailed by Begin at last Sunday's Cabinet
meeting. They are said to include additional F-15 fighter planes
and possibly American approval of the sale of Israel's Kfir jet
fighter to Taiwan.
THE NATIONALIST Chinese regime reportedly is in-
terested in buying 50 Kfirs, but so far Israel has not had a
response from Washington for permission to sell the aircraft;
Permission is required because the Kfir is powered by
American-made engines. Two years ago Israel was denied per-
mission to sell Kfirs to Ecuador.
The Prime Minister's Office reported here that it continues
to receive telephone calls from Israel's supporters in the U.S..
Jewish and non-Jewish, over the failure to block the aircraft
sales to Egypt and Saudi Arabia. The Prime Minister's Office
said the callers are encouraging and point out that the aircraft
sales represent "only one battle lost."
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The Jewish Flondian andShofarof Greater Hollywood
Frid,
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Israel to Act on Danger Caused by
Moses Mornstein iright i. Broward community leader and
president of the Broward Israel Bonds Prime Minister'* Club,
chats with (Jen. Mordechai Gur. recently retired chief of staff of
Israel's Defense Forces, at the Israel Independence dinner
sponsored by the South Florida Israel Bond Organization
recenth at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Gen. Mordechai Gur (left), recently retired chief of staff of
Israel's Defense Forces, is greeted by William Littman. chair-
man of the Board of Governors of Broward County for Israel
Bonds, at a recent dinner celebrating Israel's 30th anniversary
of independence at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM UTA)
The Cabinet has issued a sharp
attack on the U.S. aircraft sales
package to Israel. Egypt and
Saudi Arabia and deferred con-
ration of key questions about
[srai roposals -ub-
- last month.
t0 Xr%'' N*>1
n<- ministers had no time
to take up the questions which
Administration had
'rim.' M:n:--rr
ichem Begin and Foreign
Mini-ur Moshe Dayan three
reel's idea* for
A eel Hank
-.lining
-t-H-rule
\ \oi( SAID the Cabinet
.. .,1 with that matter
iding Borne
hide that the
rnment was demonstrating
itternesa over the aircraft
package deal.
Government officials did not
directly encourage that inter-
pretation, hut the statement read
by Naor left no doubt as to the
Cabinet's mood. It said that the
aircraft package would "upset
the arms balance in the area'' and
would lead to a further harden-
ing of the Arabs' position which
is anyway tough and un-
compromising.''
The Cabinet stressed that
Washington's commitment to
sell Israel advanced F-16 jets had
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ditionally'' and claimed that the
package "creates a danger for
Israel.'' The statement said "The
government will act so as to
minimize this danger."
THERE WAS .
But Naor S8J<& ,
t for five hoISS
number of decbjjJ ,
nectton with the Si
he was not at Kb^f*
Einstein-Trained Docton
Is Begin's Physician
I)r Shlomo l.aniado, a Sabra
who received his postgraduate
training at Kinstein College from
is currently serving as
personal physician to Menachem
Begin, Israel's prime minister.
|)r l.aniado is chief of cardiology
al Ichilov Hosptial in Tel Aviv.
I le is among the more than two
Einstein-trained doctors.
interns and residents now on
stafi at a number of major
hospitals and research facilities
in Israel. Several medical
scientists who received advanced
training at Einstein College have
gone on to become Surgeons
(ieneral in the Israeli army.
A CLOSE and productive
rapport on a number of other
levels has existed between the
College of Medicine and Israel.
The association began early in
the history of the medical school
when a program involving the
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^^!SFbnd!!nSshofarof Greater HouywJoT_
Intolerable Prison Conditions Cited
The following report
originating from Russian Jewish
activists describes the conditona
of Hillel Batman (10 year sen-
tence!. Yakof Sualenaky (7
years), Yoaef Mishner (6 years!
and Yuri Vodka (7 yean) in
Russia's most notorious prison,
Vladimir.
The assigned work in Vladimir
Prison is to make radios from
very small components so
small that they have to be
counted by weighing. The four
generally work in the same room
they live in.
Sometimes they are put to
work in a room formerly used for
dangerous criminals, which has
only one window between bars,
and on the window is a curtain
which stops all natural light.
THEY HAVE only electrical
light. Prisoners who have been at
Vladimir for a relatively long
time have eye trouble as a result.
Vudka thinks this is the worst
thing, and he has perpetual eye
trouble.
When prisoners are put in the
intensified cell, they are given
half rations and only a half hour
to exercise outside daily. There
the food consists of: Breakfast
40 grams (l'/| oz.l bread: lunch
something like soup: supper
100 grams (31 ? oz.) kasha.
In the PKT (special punish-
ment cell called the "kartza ")
there is only a wooden bed with
steel strips across it nothing
else. From 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
prisoners are not allowed to sit
down. They can lie on the cement
floor. Their clothes are the same
in the winter as in the summer.
There are no warm clothes;
prisoners may wear only a shirt
and trousers made from thin
material
VLADIMIR is an old prison,
built at the beginning of the
century. There is a toilet and cold
water in the cell. The water from
the toilets goes underneath the
PKTs and the smell from the
toilets fills the PKT, a small room
with a stone floor and no ven-
tilation. The guard outside the
PKTs regulates a fan occasion-
ally, but at his whim. If extra
food is required it costs two
rubles, much money for a
prisoner.
Food in the PKT, given once
every two days, follows: Break-
fast water with 7 grams ('
oz.( of sugar: lunch something
vaguely like soup with fish bones,
a few potatoes (according to
regulations prisoners should
receive 70 grams, 2'i or., but
they don't). On the second day. a
prisoner in the PKT receives only
450 grams (1 pint) of water and
some hot water.
On May 13. 1975. Yakov Sus-
lensky was sentenced to 15 days
in the PKT. accused of slandering
the prison authorities. He had
read in a Soviet newspaper the
amount of food Lenin had
received in exile, so he wrote a
letter of protest. He began a
hunger strike on the first day of
punishment and bv the fifth or
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sixth day began to have heart
pains.
A PRISON doctor. Subocheva.
came to see him but gave him no
medication. She told him that if
he would die. natural death
would be written on his death
ceritifcate.
For five hours Suslensky was
unconscious with no help given,
but then another doctor came
who gave him an injection which
did not help. After a few hours
the doctor returned and gave him
another injection whkh did
help.
Prison officials must fill out a
daily report on the inmates. They
falsely wrote Suslensky had an
epileptic fit.
SUSLENSKY was left lying
on the floor. By the next day the
whole prison knew what had
happened. Only after all the
prisoners threatened a mass
hunger strike was Suslensky
promised a bed and some
medicine. But the officials still
kept Suslensky in the PKT
several more days than the 15
days to which he was sentenced
before putting him in a bed.
In June more than 14 Vladimir
prisoners, including Yuri Vudka.
Yosef Mishner, Yakov Suslensky
and dissident Vladimir Bukovsky
refused to work until they would
be considered political prisoners
of the Soviet system. Prison
officials retaliated by sentencing
Vudka and Suslensky, among
others, to the PKT for 15 days.
The terrible medical condition
of the Jewish POCs in Vladimir
worsens. The Student Struggle
for Soviet Jewry urges protests
both for the amelioration of POC
conditions and for their release
from the USSR by individuals,
organizations and especially from
physicians, and others in the
health field.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
Mane Event
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lair & skin care for men & women
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A Happy Shavuoth To All
Kravit Jewelers
A rt Libman Walter Kravit
[)i East Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Phone 456-6360
A Happy Shevuoth
[allandale Gardens
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A Happy Shavuoth
Our Jewish Customers & Friends
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A Happy Shavuoth to
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from BILL MATZ
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500 South Dixie Highway
Phone 923-0402
A Very Happy Shavuoth
l All Our Jewish Customers & Friends
Bill's Paint
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Wishes A Happy Shavuoth
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[all Barber Shop
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lolly wood Mall Phone 983-9599
i Shavuoth to Our Customers & Friends
Balogh Jewelers
of Hallandale
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opy Shavuoth and Best Wishes To All
Circle
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Milt Goren, Director
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ravel, Travel, Ltd.
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Washington Welcomes
Israel's Earlier
Withdrawal Date
WASHINGTON (JTA> -
The State Department welcomed
Israel's announcement this week
that all of its forces would be
withdrawn from South Lebanon
by June 13.
Commenting on the Israeli
Cabinet's decision. Department
spokesman Tom Reston noted
that when Prime Minister
Menachem Begin was in
Washington earlier this month,
he promised Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance that the Cabinet
would decide on a Final date for
withdrawal "and that is what the
Israeli Cabinet has done."
WITH RESPECT to the ques-
tions put to Israel by the U.S. for
clarification of aspects of its
peace plan. Reston told reporters,
"We have no time deadline in
reviewing or getting those an-
swers back." The Israeli Cabinet
had been expected to discuss the
matter at its weekly session
Sunday but instead deferred it to
a later date.
Religious
Directory
NORTHBROWARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
A.Neu.
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform (44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
57th St Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44 A)
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abraham Kester. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE BETH EMET. 200 NW
Douglas Rd. Liberal Reform. David
Goldstein, ed.dir.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9139 Taft St.
Conservative. Rabbi Bernard I.
Shoter. (63)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi
SheON J.Harr. (64)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
GOGUE. 7473 NW 4th St. (69)
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob Dan
ziger.(12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kongsley Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Land
man. (47B)
BETH EL TEMPLE. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assis
tant Rabbi Jonathan Woll (45)
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4601 Arthur
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul M. Katz,
Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.,
Hollywood, Fla. 33021. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Robert P. Frazin.
Cantor Bruce Malin. (47C)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
3291 Stirling Road, Oaks Condominl
urn. Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe Bomzer
(52)
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Ask Abe
By Abe Halpera
1
Question: la cremation a violation of any
Jewish law or custom?
Mrs. Lee Lapidus
Fort Lauderdale
Answer: According to the Encyclopaedia
Britannica "Cremation (Lat. cremare, to burn),
the burning of human corpses. This method of
disposal of the dead may be said to have been the
general practice of the ancient world, with the
important exceptions of Egypt, where bodies
were embalmed, Judaea, where'they were buried
in sepulchres, and China, where they were buried
in the earth." (13th edition, vol. 7, p. 403).
Ever since Biblical times, the only method of
burial in Jewish practice has been to place the
body of the deceased in an earthen grave or in a
rock-cut cave.
THE first reference to burial recorded in the
Hebrew Bible is in connection with Abraham's
reverential concern to find an honorable place in
which to bury his wife Sarah. The Torah states
that he bought the Cave of Machpelah which
became the burial place for Abraham, Isaac and
Jacob; Sarah, Rebecca and Leah. (Genesis 23: 4-
9).
IN a commentary on this paassage in the
Soncino Edition of the Pentateuch and Haf-
torahs. Dr. J.H. Hertz states, "Burial is the
Jewish method of disposal of the
dead. cremation has always been repugnant
to Jewish feeling, and is at total variance with the
law and custom of Israel." (page 80).
The rabbis of the Talmud deplored the burning
of the dead and explained the three years' famine
in David's reign as punishment for the burning of
the body of Saul which is recorded in I Samuel
31:12. (Tractate Yevomot 78b).
JUDAISM has always regarded burial as a
basic duty to be performed for all including
criminals, suicides and enemies. Whenever
possible the burial took place on the day of death.
This is based on the Biblical passage in
Deuteronomy 21:22, 23.
"During the past century, the possibility of
permitting cremation has been discussed, but
Orthodox authorities have not gone beyond
allowing the ashes of a cremated person to be
interred with a burial ceremony. Reform
Judaism, on the other hand, permits cremation."
(Encyclopedia of the Jewish Religion, p. 102).
It is interesting to note that Louis Ginzberg in
The Legends of the Jews has the following legend
about the burial of the body of Abel:
"FOR a long time it lay there exposed, above
ground, because Adam and Eve knew not what to
do with it. They sat beside it and wept, while the
faithful dog of Abel kept guard that birds and
beasts did it no harm.
"On a sudden, the mourning parents observed
how a raven scratched the earth away in one spot,
and then hid a dead bird of his own kind in the
ground. Adam following the example of the
raven, buried the body of Abel, and the raven was
rewarded by God" (vol. 1, p. 113).
Editor's note: Send all questions to:
ASK ABE
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Hollywood, Fla. 33020______________________
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