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

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

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drawal from the West Bank and
the Gaza Strip, "cannot by their
nature lead to the establishment
of peace."
Naor said the ministers
deliberately avoided a formal
rejection of the plan and decided
instead to brand it as "unaccept-
able" in order to assure that
peace negotiations broken off last
January could resume in London.
"Rejecting it (the plan) would
preclude negotiations. Calling it
unacceptable means that we are
ready to discuss anything," Naor
said.
Asked whether the Cabinet
was concerned that the Amer-
icans may attempt to impose a
peace plan on Israel if the London
talks become stalemated, Naor
said, "You cannot impose an
arrangement unless the imposee
agrees. I don't think there is a
possibility of anyone imposing an
agreement on Israel."
Naor said that the decision to
send Dayan was unanimous, and
that none of the ministers ex-
pressed favor for any aspects of
the Sadat plan.
Igogue Reopening Soon
t- A synagogue is due to be re-opened at Paris
^ort for the benefit of air passengers in transit.
pituuted off the air terminal's main lobby, close
Dnal chapel already in existence. The head of
t, said Tuesday that he does not expect any
i in connection with the new synagogue.
lion of Rabbinic Leaders
Jewish Community Leaders to Seek
'Jewish Renewal' in 1979 Campaign
A new dimension of com-
mitment fo "Jewish renewal"------------------'
was the central purpose of 1979
campaigns projected by Jewish
community leaders of the United
States and Canada meeting in-----------
Washington recently. The -----
meeting was convened by the
Council of Jewish Federations in J'-' '|
cooperation with the United '. *.' "t>"
Jewish Appeal, both funded in '.'. / ] '. //
part by the Jewish Federation of j
South Broward's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency tt
Fund.
The basis for the campaign was ,"*; ~
embodied in a statement adopted -^ __
unanimously by the Council's JR >&JI ssWsi
lZt ISS0* TheHoart's Allocations Committee Chairman Paul Koenig (left) discusses j
action followed discussions by .. n. A ___**___
Federation presidents, campaign th* .ne4w """*. Budget Administrative and Allocutions
chairmen, and executives. The (PBAA) manual with Abe Halpern (center), originator of the
platform statement is being PBAA concept and Nancy Brizel (right), allocations committee
transmitted to the communities co-chairman. The PBAA manual outlines the allocations
for their local discussions and process of the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
planning in the next several-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
weeks. Community leaders will wiil be a new comprehensive planning and carrying out the
reconvene in August to pool their program that will integrate the programs.
views on how to bring the Jewish actions for new and improved The entire effort in Israel will
renewal goals to greatest reality. housing. schools, nurseries. cost $1.2 billion over several
Jewish renewal here and in community centers, playgrounds, years. Half will be borne by the
Israel will be the targets of the day care, employment training, people in Israel, the other half by
greatly intensified efforts for new home management, aid to the the Jews of other countries. The
levels of support and action. aged, family counseling, services share for the Jews of North
The effort for Israel will seek l youtn. '" trouble- mental America in the first three years
especially to close the social gap nealth- and olher !**" will be an additional S120 million,
for 300.000 persons living in Basic to those services will be The plans for Israel were
distressed neighborhoods. The the development of local com- outlined to the community
effort will focus on the 200.000 munity responsibility, so that the
children to provide a productive people in each area share in Continued on Page 8
future for an entire generation. It
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hundred delegates at the
organization's annual convention
at the Constellation Hotel here.
It is our basic conviction,"
\\ ursburger said, that decisions
affecting the security of the State
cannot be made for Israel even by
well-meaning friends abroad and
must be made exclusively by the
i iti/tns of the sovereign State of
Israel. The only way to achieve
peace is through direct negotia-
tions between the parties con-
cerned.
American Jews categorically
repudiate any suggestion that
peace can be secured through the
imposition of a settlement,
whether the terms are dictated by
ts Iraq Arms Deal
j) France and Iraq are about to
\t arms agreement providing for the
missiles, helicopters and possibly
for this massive sale of French
final phase during French Defense
ps' recent trip to Baghdad. Bourges,
last week, said that he had studied
[army.
MRIS say France will supply Iraq
lie missiles, ground-to-air, ground-
I-to-sea. The Crotale has the repu-
the world's most accurate ground-
been chosen by Saudi Arabia to
; defense umbrella.
IKgyplianl President (Anwar)
Sadat or by friendly powers
which arrogate to themselves the
right to act paternalistically
towards Israel."
Wurzburger pointed out that
American Jews have every right
to express responsible dissent
with respect to Israeli policies
but they have no right to exert
any form of pressure which might
lead tO the adoption of policies
which, from Israel's perspective.
are detrimental to her viability as
a free and democratic State."
TURNING TO the issues of
Jewish community life. Wurz-
burger sharply criticized "the
elected officials of religious and
secular Jewish organizations who
abdicate their sacred respon-
sibilities and have entrusted
major polity decisions to
professionals who seem to
function autonomously without
lay involvement.'
II,. charged that these
professional civil servants'
formulate policies, allocate
budgets, distribute funds and in
general orient the ideological
posture of their organization in a
manner which may not reflect the
feelings of a majority of their
membership.
In order to capture the
confidence, of the Jewish com-
munity." Wurzburger continued.
Jewish elected leaders must
reassume responsibility for the
policies of their organization and
be responsive to the demo-
cratically expressed opinions of
their membership.
Mission Program
Expands In
South Broward
Ben Salter
Mission, mission itnish'un). n. a going out among your
people in Israel to u-itness their achievements, to share their
hopes and struggles, to discover your heritage; and to renew
your own commitment to them.
This definition and concept of Mission has become a vital
segment in the fund-raising efforts of the Jewish Federation of
Smith Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel F.mergency
Fund, according to CJA-IEF Chairman, Ben Salter.
"V\ e now have three missions available to our community
members. The most successful South Broward Mission is the
Community Mission. Under the chairmanship of Dr. Phil Levin,
the largest group ever to leave from South Broward will tour
Israel from Sept. 7 through 18. The Mission is a sell-out for the
first time. There will be 130 participants.
"THE SECOND Mission." explained Salter. is the Prime
Minister's Mission, scheduled for Aug. 27 through Septf 1.
Participation is only by the Prime Minister's invitation and is
under the chairmanship of Moses Hornstein and Herbert Katz.
There is a limited amount of space still available for this high
level experience." Salter added.
"The third Mission which is now available to South
Broward residents is the President's Mission scheduled for Oct.
29 through Nov. 3. This is a premier event, and Chairman Frank
Beckerman anticipates a good response considering its newness.
"Now there is a Mission to Israel designed for everyone who
wishes to explore their Jewish homeland." declared Salter.
Additional information is available by contacting Diane at
the Jewish Federation of South Broward.


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TheJewishFloridia
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renovation of others
the local people would,
cooperate with
departments and
Master Plan for 160 Slum Areas in Israel ^r~
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Deputy Premier Yigael
Yadin told the Jewish
Agency's Seventh As-
sembly that the master
plan for the rehabilitation
of 160 slum areas through-
out Israel depended on a
true partnership between
Israel and the entire Jewish
people. The program, which
would affect the lives of
some 45,000 disadvantage*!
families, was the main topic
on the Assembly's agenda.
It is a joint venture of the
government and the Jewish
Agency to be implemented
by a planning committee,
headed by Yadin.
YADIN, who is leader of the
Democratic Movement for
Change (DMC), explained that
concept. He said the joint
committee, consisting of an equal
number of representatives of the
Jewish Agency and of govern-
ment ministries concerned with
the absorption of immigrants and
the welfare of the poor, was
established to avoid the mistakes
of the past.
He said that previously the
problem was handled piecemeal
by different ministries and
agencies. "You cannot divide
people according to ministries,"
he said, alluding apparently to
new immigrants and that part of
the established population that
still lives in poverty.
He said that was the reason he
insisted on a coordinating role
when he accepted the office of
Deputy Premier. "No plan will be
carried out unless ratified by the He id the renewal program
The government
carefully and try to
Leadership Conference
Jewish Federation Board Meml
Credit Union for Olim
NEW YORK The formation
of a credit union for members of
the Association of Parents of
American Israelis is expected to
be brought before the group's
National Executive Board this
month.
Founded almost four years
ago. APA1 now has some 1.500
member families in 18 chapters
through the United States, and is
a family organization to help
American olim through an
organized parents association in
this country.
THE CREDIT union would be
able to make loans available to
parents of modest means to visit
and be of assistance to their
children who have made aliyah.
according to Dr. Nahum Weiss-
man, president and founder.
APAI, an affiliate of the AZF,
works in close cooperation with
the North American Aliyah
Movement IN A AM I and the
Association of Americans and
Canadians in Israel (AACI).
Rabbi Israel Miller, president
of the American Zionist Fed-
eration, and himself a mt'ml>er of
APAI, told the convention that
the future of Israel and the
Jewish people will be secured
when Aliyah reaches the hun-
dreds of thousands.
HE NOTED that the project is
not concerned solely with the
improvement of housing but will
take a comprehensive approach
to the problems of the disad-
vantaged.
It includes the development of
infrastructure such as roads,
fences, sewage, lighting, public
parks, educational and religious
institutions, centers for adult
education, day care centers and
community clubs offering ac-
tivities for different age groups.
He noted that the high per-
centage of slum families with
many schoolage children made it
necessary to add classes to
existing schools and to build new
schools in distressed neigh-
borhoods.
HOUSING MINISTER
Gideon Fatt told the Assembly
delegates later in the day that the
renewal program would affect the
lives of some 300,000 individuals,
one-tenth of Israel's population.
He described the problems in
slum areas which include a high
crime rate, high birth rate, a high
rale of unemployment and a large
aged population as young
families moved away to better
themselves.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward will sponsor a
one-day leadership conference for
Federation board members on
Aug. 13 at the Holiday Inn, 4000
South Ocean Drive, according to
Joyce Newman, Federation
president.
"The purpose of the conference
is board orientation, group in-
teraction and skills develop-
ment," explained Mrs. Newman.
Registration is at 9:30 a.m.
The conference will last until 9:00
p.m. and costs $25 per person.
Featured guest speakers are
Gail Silverman. Miami
organization consults
James Weinberg, Dre8*.l
the United Jewish AZ|
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Beginning at 10:00ami
Silverman will lead a
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.July 14.1978
The Jewish Floridian Page 3
>iccc of Missouri In Jerusalem
MICHAEL ZIMMERMAN
Missourians, a Christian
jew. had a street and
named for them in
fclem on May 8 In a
Lnv timed to coincide with
U 30th anniversary. Harry
Lman Street and Eddie
Jgon Square were dedicated
Lor Teddy Kollek.
"When something very crucial
was happening, he would often
get a call late at night from
somebody and he'd leave right
away. He never went through the
front door of the White House
he always went in through a side
door where reporters weren't
allowed.'' ,
AMERICAN SCENE
Quests of honor at the
onies were Eddie Jacob-
two daughters, Elinor
Line of Kansas City. Mo..
Iloria Schusterman of Tulsa.
lir father was a World War I
nrade, friend and later
partner in a clothing
f Harry S Truman.
arry
DIE JAdOBSON had tie
lea of a close friend on the
:. His conversation with
en in March. .948 led
- to a meeting with Chaim
harm, who in turn per-
1 the President to disregard
State Department op-
linn and immediately
Mze the renewed statehood
[Jewish people in Israel.
pi- United States recognized
eleven minutes after
s declaration of in-
pdenceonMay 14. 1948.
imerica, Missouri is known
Show Me" state. In a
the events of 1948, which
Jacobson, Truman and
, lit the saying: "If you
are B friend i>f the Jewish
|e. Show Me And Truman.
his Missourian origins,
1st I hat.
TKRVIEWED in
pilem. Elinor recalled, "You
my father was a very
ilc modest man. His
was packed and under
kid m all times in 194" and
because he was running to
hiniMnn all the time.
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Eddie Jacobson passed away
in 1955. His widow still lives in
Kansas City. I had the pleasure
of meeting her when he lectured
last year on the Middle East
Propaganda War at the Reform
Temple which she attends. She
came up from the audience after
the talk to introduce herself and
express her interest in the
subject.
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instrumental in the formation of
an earlier Jewish government.
Eddie Jacobson Square, a
kilometer from Truman Street,
marks a major intersection in
Kamot.
THE SQUARE stands across
from a school named for the
American-born Israeli hero, Col.
Yonathan Netanyahu, whose
deed electrified another
generation of Americans and
Israelis.
The school is named for the
fallen leader of the Entebbe
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on the same day as the American
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The courageous daring of the
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now imbedded in the American as
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In a sense, it displayed the
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instead on his old friend and
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bridian and Xhnkr of Qiafr Hollywood.
The Bakke Indecision
We are not quite sure who has won what in the
Supreme Court's ruling that the University of California
must admit Allan Bakke to its medical school at Davis.
The famous "reverse discrimination'' case has made
its point that the majority can not be discriminated
against in favor of the minority that scholastic excel-
lence can not be set aside to make way for scholastic
mediocrity and even worse simply to correct injustices
against the minority perpetrated in the past.
On the other hand, the court also ruled that minority
status must be taken into positive consideration when
applicants are considered. This is both a pat and a slap to
the litigants in the Bakke case, and it opens the way, as
the noted Black leader, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, has
already noted, to confused standards in programs in-
volving equal access equal opportunity and affirmative
action.
On the one hand, we can no longer discriminate
against the majority; on the other, minority status must
be viewed with special favor. How does one judge'.'
It will take a Solomon to decide.
It does seem to us that the High Court ruling is really
a delayed decision to decide, and what it has achieved is to
open a veritable Pandora's Box of future litigation in-
volving both proponents and opponents in the landmark
Bakke case.
The Supreme Court has not so much decided
anything; its intent is to play things by ear in the future.
We can not conceive of a worse ruling.
The Carter Chutzpah
President Carter has sunk about as low as he'll ever
sink in his foreign affairs derby. He has threatened Israel
that if the Israelis do not see things his way. meaning the
Arab way. he's going to sic the Russians on them.
How else can one interpret his remark that if Israel
turns down Egypt's latest "peace proposal." the only
alternative will be to return to Geneva where, he pointedly
observed, the Russians will have a role to play?
Forget Israel for the moment. Isn't that cutting off
one's nose to spite one's face? How will we be able to live
with ourselves, if we give the Russians a say-so in the
Middle East? That is exactly what they have always
wanted. Even the Egyptians understand this and have
booted the Russians out. Will Carter now hand the Middle
East over to them on a silver platter?
What, in fact, has been the substance of President
Carter's foreign policy statements during the past few
weeks, if they were not directed toward warnings to the
Russians that their expansionist policies in Africa can not
be tolerated? That their growing strength in Eastern
Europe beyond a legitimate defensive posture is sus-
picious? That we will not accede to Russian intimidation
in the event of the resumption of the SALT talks?
As Carter sees it, apparently these threats to the very
life of the Western world have no significance so far as
Israel is concerned Israel, the only nation in the
Western bloc of nations that has been actively battling the
Russians since the 1956 Suez-Sinai war.
There is absurdity in the President's latest coercive
statement. Worse, there is insensitivity and even
ignorance in it. Given the sudden expendability of Israel
in his fevered little brain, we are not at all sure how
beneficial to our own safety in this world the loss of Israel
will be.
Mideast Arms Race
Thousands of words are being spoken about the need
to reduce arms at the United Nations General Assembly's
special session on disarmament, but the arms race con-
tinues as before. For the Middle East, the arms race is
especially tragic. Not only is the large amount of arms
that is pouring into the region increasing the threat of
war, but the billions of dollars being spent on weapons are
desperately needed to cure the region's vast social and
economic problems.
But the Arab states again used the conference as a
means of attacking Israel with unsubstantiated claims
against the Jewish State. Israel, on the other hand, did
make a positive contribution with its call for a regional
conference of all the countries of the Middle East to
discuss arms control in that area "
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Friday. July 14,1978 9 TAMUZ-5738
Volume 8 Number 14
Germany Has a Better Idea
TKRRORISM and extreme
right wing activity ought to I"' M
high on our list ol priority
concerns as anything else I M
amateurish, cacophonous way in
which we tilted I6r months with
Prank Collin should tell us that.
Never did I believe thai I
would share an opinion with the
JDL'a Bonnie Pechter, bul one
can not help agreeing with her
that .Jews lend to intellect ualize
even the agents of their own
destruction when, in fact, they
ought (0 he fighting them lor
their very livee
THE TROUBLE is that non-
Jews do not expect this of us.
They expect us to be moral.
quiescent qualities which often
they do not exhibit themselves
and so they can have the best of
us that way.
If we do not line up silently for
the Zyklon-H treatment, then we
are, indeed, what the Old
Testament says of us: a stiff-
JIIIMH
I
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Leo
Mindlin
when he can ride-
sanctimonious ^ M
-addling do, he, meJuJj
WHAT WK have (>1u7
not only to organ^'
nigh command to deal
Semitic and other wtriBl
wing activity i Am^*
convince the reSlo(,M
that this kind of activi
merely sectarian -
constitutes a threat u>u,i
The country that stUI.
tear in our historv-y^L
these terms i. (!erman
perhaps because of liT1
unspeakable extwien
necked people. If we do. then Germans appear tobttU
they can point to the New exactly the kind of sun*!
Testament as justification for our
tragic end.
I suspect that a good deal of
this kind of thinking is involved
in the present Half Nelson that
Jimmy Carter is laying on Israel.
\ fundamentalist like the
President is in his fullest glory
|
suprenajfl
we a,,!
:ir;T- i
command that
different to.
The Federal Republic!
close tabs on (hose wh
roll history back, while ?,
issue a flood of self*
statements opposing tn
else we encourage the cob!
affirm the right of our eneaj
advocate our annihilation
THIS IS what Bonniel
means by the Jewish in
to inlellectuali/.e thei
haters and their ilk To'
their new testament of laj|
I can only wonder whit]
position will he when the 1
move to practice it
At least in (lermany.theij
government eyes to toteupt
and figures Interior Mai
Werner Maihofer reonih
served that though eiu
ngui wing partial ii
sonalities appear to be
poorly at the polls,
militancy of these organii
is growing.'
Worse warns Maihofer,
number of (their)
publishing houses has dropntj
but "the number of
publications has risen." In I
view, these are
developments that bear en
watching.''
IF MAIHOFERS si
uie correct, i In i rueiai ucywa]
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-Intelligence Chief Says Israel Saved Saudis from Coups
AN-2 transports through Aleppo
the Israeli Air Force took off',
rWOLFBLITZER
JHINGTON The
chief of U.S. Air Force
ence. retired Maj. Gen.
F. Keegan, has revealed
Information supplied to
TJJ by Israeli intelligence
saved Saudi Arabia from
coups and once 'pre-
radical Arab KGB -
efforts to assassinate
jentl Sadat."
recently held symposium
thington on the strategic
in the Middle East. Gen.
In also disclosed for the first
fthat Israel shot down a
AN-- transport aircraft en
fi,, Syria in 1973 to let the
ans know that Israel was
to resist their increased
cif weapons to the
blEN THE Soviets in 1973
lo introduce the heavy
one
the
flew 750 miles, and shot
down. The Soviets got
message." Gen. Keegan said.
He made these disclosures in
the course of a lengthy panel dis-
cussion with three other retired
senior officers and leading
military thinkers: Admiral Elmo
R. Zumwalt, Jr., former Chief of
Naval ()perations; Lt.-C'.en.
Arthur S. Collins, former Deputy
Commander in Chief of the
U.S. Army in Europe: and Lt.
Gen. Benjamin 0. Davis, former
Deputy Commander in Chief of
the U S Strike Command.
All four agreed on Israel's
strategic value to the United
States, but Gen. Keegan was the
most emphatic.
"I COULD NOT have
procured the intelligence on the
Soviet air forces, their combat
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sh refugee emigres? What
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r are its pre- and post-mi-
lon procedures? How does
lgency'a community services
In Hunt help resettle new
Bills'?
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It ions were answered at a
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IS' Board of Dint-tors. HI AS
inded m part by the Jewish
ration ol South Broward's
pined Jewish Appeal Israel
B-gencj Fund. The highly
hnative series, chaired by
hwr I'ruzan, senior ad-
Jstrative assistant to Gaynor
Boson, executive vice
lident. was held recently at
\S New York City head
Hers.
To properly guide HIAS
through its 95th year of rescue,
reunion, and resettlement, the
board members were briefed by
Gaynor Jacobson on HIAS* close
cooperation with the Israeli
Government and the Jewish
Agency, and the organization's
European and Latin American
operations. Discussions on the
interweaving departments at the
World Headquarters in New-
York City, and other countries'
cooperative efforts within the
immigration process were high-
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capabilities, their new weapons,
their jamming and their elec-
tronics and their SAMs, with five
CIAs (Central Agencies)," he
said.
"Today, the ability of the
United States Air Force in par-
ticular, and the Army in general,
to defend whatever position it
has in NATO owes more to the
Israeli intelligence input than it
does to any other single source of
intelligence."
Gen. Keegan made the point
that Israel's effective intelligence
capability "has kept the Soviets
at bay in the Middle Kast. and
thus far has prevented the more
radical Arab regimes from cap-
turing and seizing Saudi
Arabia."
HE ADDED: There were at
least three attempts in the last 15
years to overthrow Saudi Arabia
through the assassination of the
King.
We know that in two of those
attempts it was Israeli intel-
ligence alone that made it
possible to frustrate and thwart
those attempts, as it was Israeli
intelligence that on one occasion,
and possibly two, prevented
radical Arab KGB-backed ef-
forts to assassinate Sadat. So
Israel has been a powerful
stabilizing force."
Both Adm. Zumwalt and Gen.
Keegan were critical of the Carter
Administration's decision to
supply F-15 fighter bombers to
Saudi Arabia. Gens. Collins and
Davis supported the sale.
ADM. ZUMWALT said that
111. F I ". liar, fii \\'V, li.iv the
result of reducing the power
advantage of Israel in the Middle
l.asl. il Mill, in iii^ juU^iiit-iil,
accelerate the rate at which the
Soviet Union supplies military
equipment to the radical Arab
regimes.
"That is, an immediate coun-
teraction by the Soviets will be
more equipment to Libya, to
Syria, to Iraq .
"Viewed in that light, I feel the
failure of Congress to restrain the
Presidential initiative can have
only very disadvantageous
results for U.S. security in the
Middle East over the long haul."
GEN. KEEGAN. who argued
that the Arab-Israeli "balance is
very, very fragile," said that
what is not appreciated is that
the 1973 war was almost lost by
Israel.
"Had the five Syrian armored
divisions penetrating through the
Golan had the commanders of
those divisions merely talked to
each other on the radio to
coordinate their attack, a gap
which several Soviet officers
flying helicopters over the Golan
Heights were trying to fill but
failed to do it is generally
agreed by the senior Israeli
generals, most of whom 1 know,
that the Syrian armored columns
could have occupied Tel Aviv
within two days.
"So what I am suggesting."
Gen. Keegan continued, "is that
the situation can be profoundly
destabilized by the F-15."
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September 7-21
200 Expected at First Women's
International Conference
NEW YORK More than 200
Jewish women leaders from
throughout the non-communist
world are expected to participate
in the first International Jewish
Women's Conference beginning
Jewish Community
Leaders to Seek
'Jewish Renewal'
M
Continued from Page 1
leaders by Leon Dulzin, chairman renewal,
of the Executive of the Jewish
Agency for Israel, and Dan
Shims honi. staff director of the
Joint Committee of the Agency
and of the Israel Government.
The needs at home were
outlined by Peggy Tishman of
New York, chairman of the CJF
Community Planning Com-
mittee. Kspecially targeted for
Jewish renewal were Jewish
education, the growing problems
of single-parent families, the
increasing numbers of aged.
Jewish youth, resettlement of
Soviet Jews, coping with the
mobility of Jews into new areas,
and underlying it all, renewal of
Jewish identity and commitment.
Jewish renewal at home and in
Israel are linked with each other
and interdependent, the
discussions stressed. Irwin Field.
UJA (ieneral Chairman, told of
the plans being made for cam-
paign procedures to reach many
more potential givers, for greatly
increased contributions
"The time has come for Jews to
riusi' more on the basis of Jewish
ethics than tor fear and death."
Irving Bernstein, I'.JA Executive
Vice President, summed up.
"This is for Jewish spiritual
community renewal,
family renewal, unity, strength.
renewal of our relationship with
isolated Israel."
Philip (iranovsky, of Toronto,
CJF Vice President, chaired the
planning discussions. Jerold C.
Hoffberger, of Baltimore, CJF
President, presided over the
Board's discussions and actions.
The CJF is the association of
more than 210 Federations,
Welfare Funds and Community
Councils which serve nearly 800
communities and embrace over
95 percent of the Jewish
population of the United Stales
and Canada. Kstablished in 1932,
the Council serves as a national
instrument to strengthen the
work and the impact of Jewish
federations through leadership
in developing programs to meet
changing needs in the Jewish
community; through the ex-
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to assure the most effective
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her communitv, according U>
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Jewish people. Women leaders
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Dutch and Israeli women on their
communities," Mrs Stem said
Through an interchange "I ldea
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Jewish women's leadership
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transportation center. They will
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\\ esterbork, they will be ac-
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unique monument, a section of
railroad tracks, preserved by the
Dutch people in memory of the
100,000 Dutch Jews killed in the
camps
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Conference participants will
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 0
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Mimllin
sanctimonious
thunderous.
silence would be
\ermany Has a Better Idea
iinued from Page 4
more than just "wat-
)fficial reaction, says he,
Eve." ror example, in
number of criminal
tions of extreme right
pups grew from 80 the
year to more than 300.
relationship between
right wing adherents
rrorism needs no
tation and, in
view, "where
involved, where
|r '
violence is used, the state must
be unrelenting in the use of all its
powers."
The gamut here runs from a
1976 extreme right wing raid on a
Dutch arms depot in northern
Germany in which the par-
ticipants were caught to neo-Nazi
publications and recordings of
Third Reich era speeches and
marching songs currently being
sold throughout the country.
MAIHOFER ADMITS that
"there is considerable commercial
investment in such material,"'
arsdale Resident
NASA Trainee
or Space Shuttle
|\()HK A 33-year-old
(arsdale resident is one
Udates living trained for
Ittle missions by NASA
on. lie will be a mission
. ,i position akin to that
engineer on u modern
hid tin- first male Jew in
rey Hoffman, who won
ate in astronomy from
and has been special-
u>ing x-rays to help
tin1 origins of the
believes that the space
pgram could help deter-
etter understanding of
uf the universe.
'I 11 \ F.S that using x-
ppace will enable scien-
"study galaxies billions
Jears from us," and thus
get a picture of what the
was like at its origin."
became interested in
\ at the age of eight and
he puts it, a "mad
Jgers addict" little
that one day he would
bis footsteps.
id his wife, Barbara,
I met in England, have a
old son who proudly
his "father the space-
in is an avid moun-
|parachutist and sailor
the challenge of space
an with calm, having
ccustomed to the idea of
SLIEVES that in a hun-
ts people will be "living
and space will become
ral habitat for a lot of
[He sees it as a "major
Solution from water to
?pace, and it makes me
first lizard to crawl
und.""
Pin (led young scientist
NASA shuttle program
includes "personal rocket ships
that will take you two or three
miles away from the shuttle
that will be a peak experience,
possibly a spiritual one. I hope
If
Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman
the experience will change, me,
and change me for the better."
AS A youngster, Hoffman
studied at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of White Plains,
where he was also a Bar Mitzvah
and had his confirmation. For
two years he was a student-
teacher in the synagogues
Sunday School, and after gradu-
ating from high school he spent a
summer in Israel as a member of
the National Federation of
Temple Youth. He won the Ner
Tamid award when he was a Boy
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and he draws his own thin, in-
ti'lltrtualized line "between
legitimate publications of
historical importance such as the
Hitler biographies and neo-
Nazi propaganda."
Hut what is legitimate* Was it
not also legitimate for Jewish
AC'I.U lawyers to defend Frank
Collin in the courts'?
On the other hand. Maihofer is
quick to remind us that the
Federal Republic can. by law.
sentence frank neo-Nazi
propagandists to up to three
years in prison for publishing
their inflammatory material or
even displaying Nazi symbols
though I. myself, have seen
diamond-studded swastikas that
travelers who have brought them
back tell me are worn at German
socialite parties as a matter of
course and with impunity.
Obviously, they are not too
difficult to come by at the right
jewelers.
STILL, there is a national
(ierman effort being made to deal
with the scourge, as there is not
in our own country, except for
our recent federal contingency
studies to deal with the even-
tuality of political terrorism here.
One reason for our timidity
may be that, in the (ierman move
to deal with the country's
terrorists and extreme right wing
adherents, we see the other side
of the coin of authoritarian rule,
and we conclude that it is as anti-
civil libertarian as the terrorists
and right wingers are themselves.
For myself. I have nothing but
contempt for those who fought to
uphold Collin s right to free
speech and assembly; I have
nothing but contempt for the
courts that affirmed it. Were
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German States issued on April
21. 1978: "There will be no
uncritical acceptance. no
minimizing or glorifying of the
fact that genocide and in-
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Our own country sees no such
equivalent danger either in neo-
Nazism specifically or in afiti
Semitism generally. As Jews, we
are, these days, after all the only
proponents of an intransigent
Israel lobby.
Since this assessment of us is
the best that we can expect from
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fundamentalist petrodiplomacy.
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The Jewish Floridian nnH Shahr of Greater Hollywood
Frida
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Students from four schools in
Broward County were awarded
first and second prize in the Heri-
tage of Freedom Essay Contest
conducted for students in the
Jewish schools of South Florida
by the Central Agency for Jewish
Education through a grant from
the Riverside Memorial Chapels.
Winners include, lower
division, Alan Rice of Tamarac
Jewish Center, first prize! and Jill
Kriegel of Plantation Jewish
Congregation, second prize.
Upper division winners were
Gabriel Ehrenstein of Temple
Solel. first prize? and Barbara
Burgess of Temple Emanu-El of
Fort Lauderdale. second prize.
Dr. Jeffrey B. Bey tin
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(A nutritional Physician Center)
At
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By Appointment
EACH OF the close to 150 par
ticipants in the contesb sub-
mitted an essay, original stBry, or
poem depicting some aspect of
freedom in Jewish history and
tradition.
A panel of judges evaluated
each contribution on the basis of
content, originality and quality
of expression.
Judges for the contest included
Dr. Robert Sandier, professor of
English at the University of
Miami: Dr. Diana Keisman. edu-
cational administrator. South
Mroward: Shirley Wolfe, director
of" the Educational Resource
Center. CAJE; Malvina Lieb-
man. educator and author and
former director of elementary
education for the Dade County
School Hoard; and Sandy
Andron. director of youth pro-
gramming and specialist in
programs for the gifted.
IN ADDITION to awards of
75 for first place winners, 150 for
second place and S25 for honor
able mention, each school rep-
resented bj a first prize winner
received from Riverside a
complete six-volume set of
History of Jewish Literature, a
comprehensive account of Jewish
literature from the period of the
conclusion of the Bible to modern
times.
Coordinating the contest was
Abraham J. GitteLson. CAJE
associate director, in conjunction
with Alfred Golden. Riverside
vice president.
YfMITgt
%
Winners in the 'Heritage of Freedom' Essay Contest include Barbara Burgess of Temple
Emanu-El in Fort Lauderdale, second prize; and Gabriel Ehrenstein of Temple Solel in Holly-
wood, first prize. Making the presentations are (left to right) Abraham J. Gittelson, Central
Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE) associate director; Burgess, Ehrenstein, Helene Berger.
president of CAJE, which sponsored the contest; and Alfred Golden, vice president of Riverside
Memorial Chapels, which funded the contest; and Gene Greenzweig, executive director of
CAJE.
Broward Students Win in CAJE's
'Heritage of Freedom' Essay Contest
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1*14
1978
The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
'Pagell
Chief of Nazi Spy Ring Doing Business in Rio
)AVID MARKUS
DE JANEIRO -
l_ In the middle of
before Brazil entered
War II to fight
Nazi Germany, the
security police
fred a Nazi spy ring,
[by a young German
(ant, Alfred Winkel-
vas found guilty and
ked to two years in
A few weeks ago,
Imann was again in
leadlines of the
an press, this time as
the leaders of the
Nazi movement in
j>ril 22. a reporter of Rio's
Hrasii alarmed the
bout a meeting of a Nazi
the Tyll Hotel, in the
resort of Itatiaia, 100
>m Rio.
MEETINGS are not
en in Brazil. Nevertheless.
i searched the hotel and
120 German immigrants
tiled here right after the
i five Germans from
One of the foreigners
Manfred Richard Kurt
the guest of another
lint of the meeting, Adolf
torn Sao Paulo.
fled Germany in
1977 after a German
| sentenced him to six
in prison for unlawful
livity. He is considered by
(in weiasing, the Attorney
to be the head of the
i neo-Nazi movement.
Krall, a wealthy indus-
arrived in Brazil right
le war. Arrested for carry-
listol without a permit, he
ltd serve as an informer for
litical police in Sao Paulo,
PS. The head of the DOPS
edthis.
OWNER of the Tyll
I Alfred Winkelmann, told
dice that he invited his
| "just to have a good time
call the old times." But a
March of the guests" rooms
a vast collection of Nazi
^anda. including a German
dl Mein Kampf and The
of the Elders of Zion;
also pamphlets with the picture
of Hitler and the slogan Kauft
Nicht Bei Juden.
The police believe that the
purpose of the meeting was to
celebrate Hitler's 89th birthday
anniversary. Leaders of the
Jewish community believe that
the purpose was also to
strengthen Nazi activity, es-
pecially the anti-Jewish activity,
in Brazil, and possibly in other
Latin American countries.
Winkelmann told reporters
that "it is not forbidden by the
Brazilian law to be a Nazi. We do
receive the Nazi propaganda from
the U.S.A. Everyone can get it.
Just write to P.O. Box 55-A,
Liverpool, West Virginia, 25257.
ANSWERING questions
about his anti-Jewish activity, he
said that "the Jews must be pun-
ished, because they do not
behave correctly. They are
spreading the lie about six mil-
lions of Jews killed by the Nazis.
How was it possible to kill six
million, if there were only three
millions of Jews in whole Europe,
including Russia, before the
war."
Dr. Beuno Milnitzky, president
of the Jewish Confederation, the
representative body of the
Brazilian Jewish community,
declared that: "The anti-
Semitism revived after Brazil
voted for the UN General As-
sembly resolution against Zion-
ism in November, 1975, and the
Nazis and neo-Nazis have found
an adequate climate (in Brazil)
for their activity.
"Swastikas appeared again on
the walls and Jewish cemeteries
were again desecrated, and Nazi
Levine Named National
PR Director for UJA
NEW YORK, NY. Howard
L. Levine, formerly Director of
Public Relations of the New
School for Social Research, New
York, has been appointed
national Public Relations
Director for the United Jewish
Appeal, Irving Bernstein,
executive vice chairman, an-
nounced today.
"As we enter our major 1979
campaign for Jewish Renewal
At Home and Abroad.' Mr.
Levine's more than 25 years of
professional public relations ex-
perience for non-profit institu-
tions, corporations and public
relations agencies will be ex-
tremely important to the UJA,"
Mr. Bernstein said.
Mr. Levine joined the New
School for Social Research in
1974. Previously he was senior
director of public affairs for Pan
American World Airways and
senior staff associate, public
relations for Eastern Airlines.
Mr. Levine was general manager
of Fred Wittner Public Relations,
Inc.; director of publicity for
Yeshiva University; and director
of sports information for
Columbia University.
An active member of the New
York Chapter of the Public
Relations Society of America,
Mr. Levine is the co-author (with
his wife Carol) of Effective Public
Relations for Community Groups
(Association Press, 1969). He
was a contributor to the Third
Edition of the Columbia
Encyclopedia and the Columbia-
Viking Desk Encyclopedia.
Mr. Levine, a graduate of
Columbia University, is married
to the former Carol Solomon, of
I'ortville, N.Y. They reside with
their three children Jennifer,
20, Judith, 19, and Charles, 15
in Hastings on Hudson, New
York.
The United Jewish Appeal,
founded in 1938, is the American
Jewish community's major
channel of funds for overseas
humanitarian aid. It supports the
United Israel Appeal, Inc., which
determines appropriate use of
UJA funds for the support of
Jewish Agency programs for
immigrants in Israel; the
American Joint Distribution
Committee, which provides a
wide range of health, welfare,
rehabilitation, education and
cultural services for needy Jews
in thirty countries including
Israel; the United HI AS Service,
which aids Jewish immigrants
settling in countries other than
Israel: and the New York
Association For New Americans,
which aids Jewish immigrants
settling in the Greater New york
area.
propaganda, especially anti-
Jewish literature, is infiltrating
into Brazil, in the Portuguese
The owner of the Tyll
Hotel, Alfred Winkel-
mann, told the police that
he invited his guests 'just
to have a good time and
recall the old times.' But a
police search of the
guests' rooms yielded a
vast collection of Nazi
propaganda, including a
German edition of 'Mein
Kampf and 'The Proto-
cols of the Elders of Zion,'
also pamphlets with the
picture of Hitler and the
slogan 'Kauft Nicht Bei
Juden.'
language, via Uruguay and Mex-
ico.
SWASTIKAS ON the walls
and desecration of Jewish ceme-
teries were reported mainly from
the Brazilian provinces with a
large German population. There
are over a million Germans living
in Brazil.
In Blumenau, the second
largest city in the southern
province of Santa Caterina,
founded by German immigrants
in the 19th Century, some Ger-
man owned coffee houses and
restaurants refuse to serve clients
i CANDLELIGHTING |
TIME
7:56
9 TAMUZ-5738
Ask Abe
By Abe Halpem
pest ion. I know there is a song called "Ani
nin." I Believe in the Coming of the
kiah. I understand that the Jews in the
tnt ration camps sang this song. Can you tell
hat is the source of this song and why did it
ne so popular?
Harrison Blankstein
Hallandale, Florida
Bswer: The song or traditional chant, Ant
tin. (I Believe) reads in its entirety, "I
ve with perfect faith in the coming of the
h. And even though his coming be
ped, I will wait daily for his coming."
I the ghettos of Poland, in the extermination
ps of Treblinka, Maidaneck, Aushwitz and
others, this traditional chant was repeated
and over again. Even on the way to the
ghter houses, the crematoria and the gas
libers, this chant was repeated in unison. To
very last moment when the gas or the bullet
ced the chant, the need to believe could not
ushed. In the midst of hopelessness, despair
inbelievable suffering it was an affirmation
|ith; faith in God, faith in humanity and faith
r* future.
words to this chant are taken from the
lh of the thirteen principles of faith by
anides (1135-1204). These principles of faith
' found in any traditional prayer book, and
' are usually included after the daily morning
fw service.
t'th these thirteen principles of faith,
nonides sums up his Jewish philosophy and
gical views. Following is a brief summary:
All thirteen principles begin with the words Am
Maamin Beemunah Shleymah I believe with
perfect faith that:
1) There is a Creator. 2) He is One. 3) He is
incorporeal. 4) He is eternal. 5) He alone must be
worshipped. 6) The prophets are true.7) Moses
was^greatest of all prophets. 8) Th,.entire
Torah was divinely given to Moses. 9) The Torah
is immutable. 10) God knows all the acts and
noughts of man. 11) He rewards and punishes.
15) The Messiah will come. 13) There will be a
resurrection.
Maimonides-known nsRambam anacronym of
the Hebrew words Rabbenu Moshe ben Maimon
(Our Rabbi. Moses the son of Maimon). was born
n Spain. At an early age his farruly left Spam to
avoid persecution. He lived most of his life in
Egypt where he was physician to the court.
A philosopher and codifier, his major work is
Mishneh Torah (Second Torah) also known as
YadChazakoh (Strong hand) As an 'ntrod^action
to this work Maimonides wrote Se/er HamUzvot
n^he Book of Commandments consisting of a
nlthodobgical preface to. and an enumeration
d definition of the 613 precepts iMitzvot).
note that the thirteen
It is interesting to
been included in the
Drinciples of faith have been incluaea m u>
S in poetical form m the hymn Ytgdal
.Magnified and praised by the Living God).
Editor's note: Send all questions to:
A Gltf ADp
c, o Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Fla. 33020________________
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if they look Jewish.
Racial cliscrimination is pun-
ishable in Brazil with up to five
years in prison. But the Nazis in
Santa Caterina, and possibly in
other places, ignore the law and
continue to practice Nazism and
anti-Semitism.
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The Jewish Floridian andShofar^fGrea^rHoUy^
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By JEROME BAKST
Director, ADL
Research Department
An American Nazi
propagandist who specializes in
anti-Jewish hate literature was
paid S20.000 by the Saudi
Arabian Embassy in
Washington, D.C., and registered
with the Department of Justice
as a Saudi agent.
Investigation by the Anti-
Defamation League revealed that
William N. Grimstad, 41. filed
papers last November under the
provisions of the U.S. Foreign
Agents Registration Act. His
registration form reported that
the Saudi Embassy paid him the
$20,000 in June. 1977. as a gift
or honorarium apparently in
appreciation for my 1976 book.
AntUion" and he sent the
Embassy a receipt for the money.
The money was also intended,
Grimstad stated, "for use in
similar humanitarian projects I
may undertake." He further
reported that his contact with the
Saudis in previous years" had
been Adel M. Jamal whom he
described as a first or second
secretary at the Embassy.
IN FILING as an agent.
Grimstad described himself as an
"historian and writer." He said
his work for the Saudis would
include historical research into
all aspects of the Zionist colonial
incursion into Palestine" and I
exposing Zionist imperialism."
One objective: a screenplay,
teleplay or book directed
primarily to students."
Grimstad is a former managing
editor of White Power, the
swastika-festooned periodical
founded in 1967 by the late
George Lincoln Rockwell as the
official organ of his National
Socialist White Peoples Party
(originally, the American Nazi
Part > 1
He is the author of numerous
anti-Jewish articles and a book.
Antizion, dedicated to the late
King Faisal. A revision of his
earlier book entitled The Jews on
Trial, it is an anthology of anti-
Jewish statements purportedly
made by "leading personalities"
and. in some cases, synopses by
Grimstad himself.
AS COMPILED by Grimstad,
the statements are from "per-
sonalities" including notorious
anti-Semites, obscure figures,
and Jews or their defenders who
are misquoted or quoted out of
context. The entry for Adolf
Hitler describes his writings and
speeches as examples of
"moderation."
Listing Hitler as a '20th I
Century German statesman."
Cirimstad calls him a visionary"
whose "name and the fictitious
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The name of William N.
Grimstad appeared in the U.S.
Nazi movement in 1971, when he
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THE BOOK was published in
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