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

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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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Hollywood, Florida Friday, September 8,1978
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striding from the helicopter with
a broad smile and embracing
both the President and his wife,
whose hands he also kissed.
IN HIS arrival statement,
Begin recalled that he had met
with President Carter five times
since becoming Prime Minister
and with President Sadat twice.
"However," he observed,
"there is no doubt that the three-
way summit now opening is the
most important, the most
momentous of them all."
Begin promised to "make all
endeavors possible to reach an
agreement so that the peace
process can continue, and
ultimately be crowned with peace
treaties."
HE ADDED: "Let us hope
that out of the unique political
conclave a day will come when
the nations of the world will say
Habemus Pacem we have
peace."
Sadat was less general in his
remarks, more pointed, and
almost critical of the peace
process that had begun in
Jerusalem last November,
putting the blame for the break-
down on the Israelis.
"No one has the right to block
the road to peace," the Egyptian
leader said. "This is no time for
maneuvers and worn-out ideas. It
is a time for magnanimity and
reason."
HE ADDED: "All along, we
(the Egyptians) have held the
view that this nation (the United
States) is the most qualified to be
a full partner in the peace
process. Your heritage is unique,
and so is your global respon-
sibility." he declared, suggesting
that he felt it imperative for the
United States and Carter to
change their positions from
"honest broker" to frank sources
of pressure on Israel to give in to
his demands: unequivocal with-
drawal from all territories oc-
cupied by Israel in the 1967 war,
including Old Jerusalem.
In a final conciliatory tone, he
declared: "Together we shall
realize the hopes of those who
believe in the supremacy of right
and justice. And, together, we
shall overcome."
SHAKING the President's
hand vigorously, Vice President
Walter Mondale noted that
"That's a good American line
'we shall overcome.' "
As the secret talks got down in
earnest, it was reported that, no
matter what the outcome,
Egypt's President had already
committed himself to attending
an Arab reconciliation summit
sometime around Sept. 20.
If the Carter initiative here
fails, then Sadat intends to
coordinate with Saudi Arabia and
Syria a new Middle East
strategy, presumably based on
war. And even in the possible
wake of a declaration of prin-
ciples here, he still plans to go in
order to sell hard-liners like King
Khaled and Syria's President
Assad on what he has achieved.
High School inlsrael Program To
Receive Pritcher Memorial Award
>rist Threatens London
with 'Something Bad'
|A) An Arab terrorist warned a London
i him, "otherwise something bad will
Arab, 22-year-old Fahd al-Mihyi, was
[jail after being accused of murdering El
IGidron in a terror attack.
K's threat, the magistrate said: "Is that
to a threat?" When Mihyi replied it was a
prdered him returned to prison,
ther information about Mihyi and his
^ authorized the publication of their
Ere splashed across the London evening
[police have prevented publication of the
Brrorists.
The Scholarship Fund of the
High School in Israel Program
will be the beneficiary of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Arline Pritcher
Memorial Award according to
Elaine Fleisher, winner of the
award.
Ms. Fleisher explained that
according to the terms of the
award, she was given the oppor-
tunity to donate $250 to her
choice of a Federation funded
activity.
"OUR FUTURE leaders, both
Jewish and non-Jewish, must
understand the necessity for the
country of Israel as a viable ally
in the Middle East. The scholar-
ship money will give the oppor-
tunity to students from all eco-
nomic backgrounds the ex-
perience of studying the history
of Western man," commented
Ms. Fleisher.
The Arline Pritcher Memorial
Award was presented at the
annual Jewish Federation of
South Broward breakfast by Vice
President Nat Pritcher. The
award is named for his late wife.
The High School in Israel Pro-
gram is an eight-week program
for high school students from
across the United States. The
program, originally started and
currently administered through
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, has been recognized by
many school districts throughout
the country as an outstanding
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tunity, he says that "Sharansky,
a computer expert, passed in-
formation to Robert Toth, the
former Los Angeles Times cor-
respondent in Moscow."
"As to motive, Cassell points
to the un-cross-examined tes-
timony of a KGB plant in the
Jewish emigration movement
that Sharansky's primary goal
was "to change the existing
system in the Soviet Union."
Cassell then asks the following
rhetorical questions: "Is that
goal implausible? Could it not
supply a motive for treason?"
Cassell apparently misun-
derstands the Soviet law of
treason under which Sharansky
was tried. Article 64 of the
Russian criminal code defines
treason as "an act intentionally
committed by a citizen of the
USSR to the detriment of state
independence, the territorial
inviolability, or the military
might of the USSR."
AUTHORITATIVE Soviet
texts have declared that the
essence of the Soviet crime of
treason is an act directed against
the military power of the Soviet
Union, and indeed that is ap-
parently the theory under which
Sharansky was tried.
Cassell reports that Sharansky
is "a computer expert," thus
suggesting that he may have
transmitted military secrets
relating to computer technology.
But Sharansky's expertise was in
the application of computer tech-
nology to chess (his masters
thesis, submitted six years ago,
was titled "Chess End Play >.
Moreover, he had been fired
from his low-level job several
years before he ever met Iotn
Continued on Page 7
Elaine Fleisher and Nat Pritcher
Award.
program and participants receive
credit for their experience.
APPROXIMATELY eight to
ten students per year from the
South Broward community par-
ticipate in the program. There are
five different eight-week sessions,
starting in September, Novem-
ber, January, March, and
summer.
The program itself consists of
with Arline Pritcher Memorial
an intense learning experience,
equally divided between on-
campus instruction and learning
trips throughout Israel. At the
same time, the students are
tutored in the courses they would
be taking at their "home" high
school, so that no academic credit
is lost.
Dr. Ira Sheier, at JFSB, has
more information.
So. Broward Youth Leaders
Set Programs for the Year
The Young Leadership Com-
mittee of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward will embark on
an ambitious program this fall,
according to Chairman Larry
Weiner.
Committee members will meet
monthly for such programs as the
history of the Holocaust and the
Federation, its operation and
function, including planning,
budgeting and fund raising.
OTHER programs in the plan-
ning stages include discussions
on Jewish life in other countries,
such aa Iran, South Africa, South
America and Russia; Arab-Israel
relations; the Israel lobby in
Washington and how it affects
Middle East peace negotiations;
and an in-depth study of the Fed-
eration's local constituent
agencies.
According to Chairman
Weiner. the first YLC meeting is
slated for Sept. 30 at the home of
Federation President Joyce
Newman. She will offer the mem-
bers an introduction to the Jew-
ish Federation of South Broward
Attorneys Division
PUmCJA-IEF
The Attorneys Division of
the Jewish Federation of
South Broward has begun to
formulate plans for the 1979
Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, according to
Chairman Ronald Rosen.
The first Division meeting
will be held on Sept. 25 at the
home of Paul Koenig. Special
guest will be Harry B. Smith
of Miami.
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The Jewish Floridion and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Frida
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Adopt-A-Family Letter Received
wj^m, m> m. V on.titude to all people who too
The following letter was
received through the Adopt-A-
Family Program of the Com-
munity Relations Committee of
the Jewish Federation of South
B reward.
Dear Mrs. Robert Pittell! Dear
Friends!
It's impossible not to be
delighted with your noble ac-
tions.
Only after my arrival in Israel
I was able to know how many
excellent people make their ef-
forts to save my daughter and me
from unbearable life which we
were doomed to.
Wishing to emmigrate. from
the very first till the very last
day. I came across provocations
on the part of authorities. Hard
to imagine what could have been
if I didn't feel the support of real
friends all that time. And at last
miracle, which is applauded to
by people in Baku. Moscow.
Israel we could leave.
I know, that now before we are
all the difficulties of absorbtion.
What ever may happen, we'll
always keep in our hearts deep
Metro Division Pulse on Education
The Metropolitan Division of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, which encompasses the
homes of Emerald Hills. Holly-
wood Hills, the Lakes of Emerald
Hills, Hallandale homes,
Emerald Hills townhouses,
apartments and villas, and the
Joe Teichman Seeks
Circuit Court Seat
Joe Teichman is a candidate
for Broward County Circuit
Court.
Teichman was admitted to the
University of Miami and after 2'/i
years earned his law degree,
graduating 8th in his class. He
was the recipient of the Prentice
Hall Award for "outstanding
achievement in Estate planning
and Estate and G if t Taxation.
Teichman is convinced
Broward County voters are
facing the most critical election
year in some time because of a
legislative proposal threatening
to withdraw the election of
judges from the vote of the
people.
"Broward County needs, and
must have, independent judges.'
says Teichman.
Dr. Pittell
Lakes section, has begun plan-
ning for the 1979 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund' campaign, according
to Metro Chairman Dr Robert
Pittell.
The main emphasis of the
Metro planning is to first blanket
the community with educational
meetings and in-depth coverage
of neighborhoods, noted Dr.
Pittell.
The Metro committee is now-
being formulated with the
education emphasis in mind for
maximum execution of their
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
tikva Now Really Means Hope
\ri A new method of
[introduced in the schools
overty stricken Hatikva
has given excellent
i the year 1977.
atistics of the Education
lent of Tel Aviv
,lity for the 1976/77
/ear showed that four
| of the city's pupils did
how to read and 22
were not very good at
In northern Tel Aviv the
kge of pupils entering
grade who have dif-
in reading was 16 per-
vhile in the Hatikva
[ the percentage was twice
_ 32 percent. Lack of
in the later grades is
tih' largely to this
cy.
JOUP OF five teachers
jucators attacked the
vigorously during the
chool year, under the
of Supervisor Yehuda
Jira Altalef, an adviser in
|dle grades, developed new
methods in five first
Rasses in three schools in
tikva quarter and in Kfar
al new educational tech-
were used. Teacher
Perach taught reading
Inth and writing the next
[by using printed letters,
! a typesetter uses them in
nting shop. Educator
ih Katz developed reading
didactic games, which
lize the visual side of
this technique was used
vith children who en-
ed serious difficulties and
be handled individually.
ae Amiel School in the
quarter children learned
well in four months, and
uarters of them were
fluently and enjoyed
; not only in class, but also
ne with books from the
library. The progress
in reading helped the
in all subjects, even
fctic.
! PROJECT was organized
eration with the parents,
vere guided in using
is books and didactic
The results were sur-
|ly good. Out of 105
in the five experimental
80 were reading fluently
leforc Passover; the other
|dren mastered reading by
Bd of the school year.
ror, the children began to
ading. and now they are
I the "pioneers" in their
i and prompt their parents
uda Oron and Nira Altalef
^ hoping to introduce their
into other schools. They
ktend to continue working
heir pupils who are now in
bond garde, teaching them
raphy and self-expression.
nil require training ad-
1 teachers to join the
W five. It is not easy to find
fenced teachers who are
i teach first grade pupils.
experimental project for
reading and writing in
rat grade of the poorest
rs of Tel Aviv will con-
|hly improve the ef-
Iness of elementary school
Jion and will benefit Israeli
ln in general.
Katamon A Key
| To Project Renewal
*reu) The model for the
Policy of the Ministry of
Labor and Social Welfare is
Katamon, an immigrant quarter
in Jerusalem. It grew out of an
experiment begun two years ago.
At that time the present
Absorption Minister, David
Levy, was still a Knesset member
of the Opposition.
As a result of a series of ar-
ticles in Maariv, he opened a
discussion with Zevulun
Hammer, Welfare Minister at
that time. Hammer promised to
"clean up the Katamon quarter."
The government allocated
$250,000 to explore the sector's
human problems, not just in
housing but on all social fronts.
This approach was based on
the history of research in Israel
on problems of poverty, which
demonstrated that the solution of
a single problem such as
housing does not extricate
distressed families from the
poverty cycle. All problems must
be treated simultaneously. One
cannot, for example, separate
crowded conditions from
illiteracy and juvenile crime, or
income problems from day care
facilities or the school dropout
rate.
WITH THE limited budget at
their disposal, the people who
carried out this project con-
centrated on practical guidance
for Katamon residents. Thirteen
adults, for example, learned how
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Eleven Katamon women
learned how to plan their budgets
and to save expenses. Social
workers persuaded many
residents to buy products
wholesale before any holiday and
thereby save some expenses. Bit
by bit, pockets of pride began to
form within the pockets of
poverty, and in some cases
initiative replaced apathy and
some residents became vocal
where they had been silent.
When the short-term ex-
periment ended, the groundwork
had been laid for a bolder,
sweeping, more imaginative
program which would reach
thousands rather than handfuls
and for which, at least in
cameo, some residents of
distressed neighborhoods were
encouraged and prepared to
participate actively.
The time was right for Project
Renewal, and its outreach to 160
"Katamons" throughout Israel.
The Trial Goes On
(Maariv) The names change,
Continued on Page 4
Jack L. Bockol
Helen Bram
Sol Entin
Dr. Charles Friedman
Bernard Goldstein
Al Hess
and your neighbors
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We the following have endorsed the candidacy of
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Maynard Abrams
Paul B.Anton
Robert & Aviva Baer
Ross Beckerman
Frank Behrman
Norman & Norma Becker
AlanJ. Blaustein
Hal & Marilyn Blitman
Louis Brecher
Mac Buckner
Howell Case
Leo JCoslow
Councilman Scott Cowan
Abe Ourbln
Rep. Harold Dyer
Alvin B.Epstein
Grace Finkel
David Friedman
HughGlickstein
Irene & Abe Gold
Samuel Green
Joseph Himmelfarb
Moses Hornstein
Mayor David Keating
Lee King
Elizabeth Howard Krant
Ann & Alan Lane
Joanne & Arnold Lanner
William Littman
William Meyerson
A. Matthew Miller
James Fox Miller
Rhone Miller
Herman Mitkowsky
Leon A. Moel
William G.Rabins
Abe Rittner
Irma Rochlin
Commissioner Arthur J.
Carole T. Seeks
Hal Satchell
Joseph L.Schwartz
Mollie Shapiro
Min K.Sherwood
Jack Silverstone
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The Jewish Floridian nnd Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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No Tempest in Teapot
The demotion of a major Miami hospital supervisor
for making anti-Semitic and otherwise insulting remarks
to an employee may sound like a tempest in a teapot. But
when Circuit Court Judge Kdward Cowart ruled that the
hospital was wrong to discipline the supervisor. Dade
County appealed. And in our opinion, the appeal has made
the case more than a tempest in a teapot.
Third District Court Judge Philip Hubbard's decision
to overturn the Circuit Court's ruling comes straight to
the point when he argues that "Although the freedom of
speech is a cherished civil liberty, it is bv no means an
absolute right."
That is precisely what Supreme Court Justice Oliver
Wendell Holmes meant when he said that the absolute
right to shout "Fire!" in a crowded theatre when there is
no fire is not an absolute right at all.
In fact, it is a violation of the rights of others to
peaceful assembly without harassment. In the case of the
Jewish employee who was treated to a tirade of anti-
Semitic abuse over a period of several months. Judge
Hubb.irri opined that "Mrs. Fuller's anti-Semitic remarks
were not constitutionally protected by the First Amend-
ment hecause the applicable governmental interest in
limiting the speech oulweigh whatever minimal individual
interests may be involved in allowing the speech."
Frank Collin Recalled
An interesting implication of the Third District ruling
in this case is the singular relationship it seems to bear to
the litigation attending Nazi bigwig Frank Collins battle
all the way up to the Supreme Court to win the right to
march his murderous minions through Skokie. 111., earlier
this year.
Skokie i= a predominantlv Jewish suburb, when
some countless former victims of Nazism have found ;i
new home and a new way of life. The High Court ruled in
Collins favor, choosing to take the strict view of the First
Amendment right.
As we see it. Judge Hubbard's Third District ruling
calling anti-Semitic provocations something that ought
not be protected by First Amendment tfuuumees because
they are of "minimal individual interests" as opposed to
the loss of individual liberty "in limiting the anti-Semitic
speech." makes eminent good sense and ought to serve as
a legal basis for reexamining the High Court ruling in the
Collin battle.
Geneva's Kangaroo Court
The United Nations-sponsored Conference to Combat
Racism and World Discrimination at Geneva was another
example of an important forum l>eing subverted bv wholly
extraneous anti-Israel attacks. The United States and
Israel were correct in boycotting the conference because of
the efforts to link Zionism with racism.
The conference delegates, who were interested in
combatting racial discrimination, particularly that of the
government of South Africa, had to sit and hear
vilifications of Israel. Attempts were made to link Israel
with South Africa by countries whose dealings with South
Africa are much closer than are Jerusalem's.
The Arabs and their supporters also accused Israel of
discrimination and oppression of the Palestinians on the
occupied territories. The Soviet Union joining in such a
charge boggles the imagination in view of its official anti-
Semitism and its oppression and discrimination against
Jews and other nationals in the USSR.
Avoiding Real Issues
The support of the Jewish people, who have a 2.00(1-
year history of being discriminated against in the fight
if mm racism, does not have to be defended. Israel itself
has voiced its abhorrence of South Africa's apartheid
policy and of discrimination everywhere. Jews have been
among the leaders fighting racism in every country in
which they live, including South Africa. One only has to
mention Helen Suzman, who has long been the lone voice
against apartheid in the South African Parliament.
drewislh Floridian
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Volume 8
Hatikva
t ontinued from PaRe 3
the lies employ slightly altered
words, and the charges vary a
little but the trial of Jew as
.lew the "legal'' attack on all
Jews goes on and on. across
boundaries, spanning decades
and even centum v
Remember the Dreyfus Trial in
Paris at the end of the past
century? Sixty-five years ago the
Beiliss Trial, with its "blood
libel." shook the Jewish world.
:iml everybody was afraid that
the five million Jews in Russia
would pay for it. Both were
eventually vindicated, but the
Trial of the Jew went on.
SHARANSKY'S trial in
Moscow all too painfully
reminded the Jews of the world of
the Doctors' Trial during the
Stalin era. and revived the sense
of threat against millions of
Russian Jews.
"Betrayal of the fatherland'
was the official charge against
Sharansky. "Betrayal of
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aders Speak: On Curing Jews'Dismay
|R, The Jewish Floridian:
I best way I know to cure
impatience dis-
Exasperations Jews in the
fa and others may have
he Begin administration's
to negotiate a peace
fgypt is to suggest that
lead the autobiography of
El Sadat, "In Search of
Identity'' published by
and Row and available on
card holders at Browa
Public Library.
will learn about the only
kadat has in common with
hen who rose to earn world
i while leading their people
, Britain's Colonial Empire
he. too, was jailed by the
THE comparison stops
[Sadat was jailed for his
with a gang of other
nk Egyptian Army officers
fiemed up a plan to expose
Nazis British positions
iSgypt when the Nazi army
ling toward Alexandria,
[writes he was involved to
lent of sending an emissary
tie to Rommel to tell him
tould organize an Egyptian
lo fight with his. Ironically,
prmans shot the plane out
Sir before it got to Rommel.
Dntrast. during that same
Jalestinian Jews joined the
army including the so-
Iterrorists, the Irgun, who
their activities against
[Britain and fought along
It- soldiers to retake El
lin, 'I'obruk and Benghazi.
|r<|uo leader, David Raziel.
lied in another area of
in Arabia and Menchem
look his place.)
iii has few heroes. As a
(New Broward
idassah Forms
ila Fields, Southwest Brow-
papier of Hadassah Expan-
chairman and membership
Dator, has formed a new
i called Park Place Hadas-
Pembroke Pines.
ling pro tern offices are
dents Evelyn Phillips and
thy Jarow; membership vice
Bent. Zeda Radovitz; fund-
|g vice president, Dorothy
program vice president,
I.ehrman: financial sec-
, Lee Fine: treasurer, Jean
hon: recording secretary,
Dry l'omerantz: and corres-
jing secretary. Minnie
fey were greeted by Esther
Ion. Florida MidCoast
|>n president and Lillian
er. Southwest Broward
er president, on behalf of
Blional organizations.
ula Fields and co-chairper-
[Selma Golodner and Geri
stock are starting another
i in Pembroke Lakes.
rett for Group One
unty Court Judge Eugene
ktt is seeking election to the
lit Court Bench in Group
fhis September.
dge Garrett, 40, had served
years as an Assistant State
ney in Broward County
re his appointment to the
pty Court Bench last October
that span of time, he had
KQted both felony and mis-
panor cases and was Head of
Capital Crimes Divsion of the
Attorney's Office at the
| of his elevation to the bench.
youth, he writes what impressed
him most about Kmal Ataruk's
overthrow of the remnants of the
Ottaman's rule in Turkey was
that it made him realize an army
was necessary to make a
revolution succeed. As any army
officer he idolized the Nazis and
aped their style.
HE WAS educated at the
Egyptian Royal Military
rd Academy, but he never tells you
his field of military expertise. He
says he spent spare time reading
books. However, he quotes only
from the Koran and its nastiest
reference to .lews. John Stuart
Mill's "Totalarianism. Liberty
and Representative Govern-
ment" is the only major work he
mentions. He does not make
reference to Art. Music, Theatre.
Science of Sports. Mostly, his
travel has been confined to
Arabic countries.
Sadat's involvement in
Egyptian politics begins with his
participation in forming the Free
Officers Organization in the
Army to force the British
Military out of Egypt. This
organization expanded later to
force Farouk's exile under
Nasser's leadership. He flaws all
Egyptian personalities and
laments the impossible situation
he was left he assumed leadership
of Egypt after Nasser's death. He
makes no mention of ever win-
ning a popular election to office
and leaves one wondering
whether such an institution
exists in Egypt.
His view of Israel's image in
the world is that it is all due to
propaganda techniques. From his
own hand the reader learns Sadat
owes his own life and leadership
in Egypt to a masterful use of the
Big Lie."
THE HIGH INTEREST in
this book is Sadat's appraisal of
Israeli personalities and he gloats
about the way he out-smarted
them during the months
preceding the Yom Kippur war,
October, 1973. He brags about
his Generals' Air Force and Tank
Corps victories, but does not
quote a single foreign
correspondent's report to back
him up.
He does not acknowledge
Israel defeated Egypt. In short,
to him. it is the United States
that Egypt is fighting and cannot
lick; not Israel.
All of the foregoing makes one
understand why Begin and his
administration, who wish to find
a way to end Israeli wars more
urgently than anyone else,
suspect Sadat's credibility "The
Road To Peace" the title of the
book's concluding chapter.
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Page 7
Sharansky's Innocence
Continued from Page I
_ had no access to recent
wr technology.
| American expert on
uter technology testified at
CTt hearing on the Soviet
against Sharansky that
could not conceive of
nsky passing expert secret
nation about computer
ology that could weaken the
t Union militarily. "I would
.locked if he could give us
Jung, anything of use what-
,r," he said.
Ut important, however, is
{act that the Soviet Union
rts virtually all of its ad-
computer technology
the United States. And it
so under a clear statutory
ion on its use: The Export
_istration Act of 1969
ies that American computer
l0logy sold to the Soviet
n shall be for non-military
far.
cordingly. had Sharansky
pted to hinder the sale of
rican computers to the
Union, that would still not
within the Soviet legal
ition of treason.
fEN IF the Soviet Union
violating the restrictions
,jed on their use of com-
rs by American law an ad-
ion they are understandably
ing to make efforts by a
t citizen to persuade the
iuter sales to the Soviet
in would not come within the
iet definition of treason.
|he information that
ansky gave to Toth
kly and for attribution was
[secret under Soviet law. It
i simply the names and places
employment of "refuseniks"
se emigration requests had
turned down by Soviet
horities on the ground that
had worked in jobs in-
ting state secrets,
lach such refusenik had
lived a notification from the
|iet authorities and each was
I to communicate that fact to
j press a many did. All
Ira nsky did was to collate that
|lic information and transmit
in convenient form to the
erican press in order to
anstrate that no state secrets
involved, that the Soviet
Uses for denying exit visas
i pretextual.
IRONY is that if any
et secrets were revealed at
they were revealed by the
et emigration authorities
nselves when they sent public
to refuseniks declaring
the factories in which they
worked were involved in
kte secrets." Sharansky could
not legally be convicted of
revealing "secrets" that had
already been revealed by the
Soviet authorities.
With all due respect to Cassell,
his claim that there are "dis-
turbing parallels" between the
Sharansky case and the recent
espionage prosecution of Ronald
L. Humphrey and David Truong
is preposterous.
I have no views about the
possible guilt or innocence of
Humphrey and Truong, but I do
know that their trial was open to
the press; the defendants were
represented by some of the ablest
lawyers in the United States,
freely chosen by them; they were
free to consult with counsel,
friends and family before and
during the trial; the evidence is
public for us all to examine; the
outcome of the trial was not pre-
determined in the White House;
there will be vigorous appeals up
through the Supreme Court.
NONE OF that is true of the
Sharansky case. If a mistake was
made in the Humphrey Truong
case, there is at least an inde-
pendent mechanism for seeking
review and rectification. That is
not to say that the American
system of justice is perfect; it is
far from it. It is to say that to
compare the Sharansky trial to
the Humphrey Truong trial is to
fail to understand the difference
between naked power and the
rule of law.
The writer, a professor of law
at Harvard, has been serving as
Anatoly Sharansky's American
lawyer since shortly after his
arrest in March, 1977.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Frida
'Jewish Luck' Helped Balloonist
By EDWIN EYTAN
Lany Newman, one of the
three American balloonists who
completed the world's first trans-
Atlantic crossing via balloon,
proudly sported a tee shirt with
"Mazel Tov" in Hebrew letters.
His father. Herb Newman.
quipped with journalists, "This,
because Jewish luck is more
efficient than Christian and I
wanted my son Larry to suc-
ceed."
LARRY NEWMAN, 31. was
the vounuest of the three bal-
loonists who, 51 years after
Charles Lindbergh crossed the
Atlantic alone in his small plane,
repeated the feat by balloon.
Larry Newman also won the
right to sleep in "Lindbergh's
bed" a small wooden bed in
which the American aviator slept
after he landed in Paris. The bed
had been kept as a historic relic
at the American Embassy in
Paris. The three balloonists had
drawn odds on who would sleep
ink.
Larry Newman won. and his
father joked again: "Didn't I tell
you that Jewish luck is better?"
Anne Kolb First Lady
Elected Commissioner
Anne Kolb, the first women
ever elected to the Broward
County Commission four years
ago, is seeking re-election. The
Plantation resident is the in-
cumbent in the District Four
race, which this year is being run
on a non-partisan basis.
Mrs. Kolb has among her
achievements, spear-headed the
county's first Master Land Use
Plan and the county's platting
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Page"
to Spy on Gals Claiming Exemption
(GIL SEDAN
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L Ministry can hire
testators to verify
Lf women who delcare
. religious for military
purposes, acting
ben.ral Meir Gabai
ded down his legal
the request of Deputy
,lini*ter Mordechai
wanted to know
Cere was any reason
[ministry could not
ete. lives to check
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worldwide Jewish fund-raising
organizations, the United Jewish
Appeal and Keren Hayesod, the
although it was legally per-
missible he did not regard it as
desirable from a publician
opinion standpoint and would re-
commend that such inves-
tigations be performed by the
police.
Gabai noted that according to
previous rulings of the Attorney
vestigators. provided the in- by the private agency under tight
vestigation could not be carried control. Judging by this ruling,
out by the police. doubt was expressed whether the
However. Gabai added, the in- Defense Ministry will use the
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
'riday,
Major Anti-Semitic Themes
In Soviet Media and Literature
A new publication has appeared in Moscow. Jeus in the
Modern World, which is a compendium of current events
relating to Jewish communities around the world.
In the first edition, issued in June. 1978. and received by the
National Conference on Soviet Jewry, the editor, a Soviet Jew in
Moscow, wrote: We as Jews are a people of dispersion. Even
now. after an almost 2.000 years interruption, there has again
revived a Jewish State, most of the Jews continue to live far
away from their homeland.'
THE INTRODUCTION continues. A Jew. no matter where
he is, whither in Argentina, or in India, in Sweden or in
Australia alwav feels himself a Jew. he wants to know how
his brethren in other countries li\e. he rejoices at their successes
and feels sorrow at their misfortunes."
The eight-page maga/ine includes articles on the Jewish
pavilion at Auschwitz, as well as the new museum of ihe Jewish
diaspora (Beth Hatfuzothi in Tel Avh Comments on syna-
gogues, cemeteries, museums and theaters appear from Sweden.
Bucharest. Holland and Prague.
While various sources have listed the Soviet Jewish
population upwards to three million, the publication lists the
figure as two million. It is not yet known how often the pub-
lication will becoming out. though rumors in the USSR indicate
t hat it could be as often as monthly
New Jewish Publication in Moscow
1. The Jews see themselves as "a chosen people aiming to
dominate the world.
- This Jewish domination will be achieved through guile,
cunning and conspiracy.
'). The first step in world domination will be the control of
the economic foundations of society especially banking.
4. The next step is the manipulation and control of mass
media.
5. There is a secret agency under Zionist control to plot
Jewish domination. {Bnai Brith and the Freemasons are often
cited as these Zionist agencies.)
These Soviet anti-Semitic themes are directly inspired bv
the notorious "Protocols of the Elders of Zion."
Cantor Phyllis Cole Joins
Temple Solel in Hollywood
Temple Solel announces that
Cantor Phyllis Cole has been
engaged as cantor and director of
music for the congregation.
Shelly Golding For
Group 4 Judge
Sheldon (Shelly) Golding is a
candidate for Broward Circuit
Court Judge Ci roup 4.
Golding. a practicing trial
attorney for 12 years, has been
designated by the Florida Bar as
a specialist in Appellate Trial and
Criminal practice.
He is chairman of the
Presidents' Council of the
Broward County Bar Association
and president of the Broward
County Oiminal Defense
Lawyers \-s>ciation.
B'nai Brith Lodge
The tir-l meeting of the season
ot Hallandale Lodge 2840 B nai
B'rith will be held Tuesday. Sept
12 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hallandale
lew ish Center
Louis I.eveson is chairman of
the meiting. aided by Col. Lee
Weil, president of the lodge.
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Philip R. Gould, M.D. Suite 300
Jack B. Miller, M.D. 2500 E. H'Dale lea
Steven V. Gurland, M.D. H'Dale, Fla 33001
StewartDShullM.D. Telephoned
Henry Scherer, M.D. Area Code 305
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was recently invested as a cantor
by the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion. She
has also received a bachelor of
Sacred Music Degree.
WHILE PREPARING for the
Canlorate. Cantor Cole served
Congregation Adas Emuno in
Leonia. N.J.. and also N.w
York's Central Synagogue during
the High Holv" Davs in 1975.
1976.
Cantor Cole studied at
Roosevelt University in her
native Chicago. In New York
City she was a performing
member of the Metropolitan
Opera Studio and a scholarship
student of the Kathryn Long
School, both under the auspeices
of the Metropolitan Opera
Company.
Her operatic repertoire in-
cludes the roles of Lucie in Lucia
di Lammermoor. Guilda in
Rigoletto. Musetta and Mimi in
La Boheme. Violetta in La
Traviata. and Queen of the Night
and Pamina in The Magic Flute
DR. PETER KELLER.
president of Temple Solel, in
announcing Cantor Cole's ap-
pointment, stated, "her talent,
musicianship, and dedication will
enrich the worship experience of
the Congregation and enhance
Avant Garde Lodge
To Hear Humorist
Avant Garde Lodge 3049 of
Bnai B'rith will meet on Sunday,
Sept. 10, at 10 a.m. in the card
room of the West Building.
Breakfast will be served and
Tim Cohan, humorist, will en-
tertain.
Experience Counts.
Check the
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Shelly Golding...
i^ A practicing trial attorney for 12 years
\S Designated by The Florida Bar as a specialist in App
Trial and Criminal Practice
S Chairman of the Presidents" Council of the Broward
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aber8. 1978
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
jher to
Jewish
Represent So. Broward
Women's Intl. Conf,
Israel Tour Specialists J2
Men I niu FarK1


lisher of Hollywood
: 200 Jewish women
>ut the non-Corn-
expected to par-
,e first 1 nternational
Dmen's Conference
I Keren Heyesod and
Jewish Appeal,
hart by the Jewish
pf South Broward's
Ewish Appeal Israel
Fund.
erence begins in
[Sept. 1 and ends 14
I Israel.
Lference extends from
[Israel because the
lie have moved in the
Jyears from remem-
Irenewal. It demon-
entral role played by
in District 98
fcella is a democratic
for State Represen-
Itrict 96.
registered engineer,
diramar City Council
[rears, treasurer of
unty League of Cities
n of Miramar Zoning
; Board.
women in our history, that the
Jewish woman has the individual
responsibility for the continuity
of Jewish life," said Mrs. Steine,
co-chairman of the UJA
Women's Division.
Marilyn Brown, UJA Women's
Division co-chairman, said the
planning for the conference began
after the 1976 International
Women's Conference in Mexico
and was planned to coincide with
the 30th Anniversary of Israel
and the 40th Anniversary of the
UJA.
The conference will focus on
the role of the Jewish woman
leader in her community, she
said, following the Holocaust and
the rebirth of Jewish life in Israel
over the past 30 years.
"EVERY Jewish woman must
live for two others. She must live
for her sister lost in the Holo-
caust and help prepare a better
future for her sister yet unborn.
By meeting in Amsterdam, the
home of our Jewish martyr, Anne
Frank, we symbolize our con-
nection. By advancing to Israel
and meeting with the women of
Project Renewal, we declare our
intention," she said.
Project Renewal is a com-
prehensive social plan of housing
restoration and community
service to bring 45,000 im-
poverished Israeli families, in-
cluding 200,000 children, who live
in 160 poor neighborhoods back
into mainstream Israeli society.
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future of our courts is endangered! I can't stress hard
i how important it is for you to resist attempts by some
Bd civic leaders who might include the name of judicial
ates on their recommended voting lists. It's important
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your personal responsibility to vote candidates to the
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bssess the qualifications to faithfully and impartially
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Is only in this way that our civil liberties can be
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The Jewish Floridian and Sho far of Greater Hollywood
Friday, |
Ask Abe
By Abe Halpern
Dear Mr. Halpern: It has never been
documented, by anyone, (Wiesel, etc..) that the
"A ni Maamin" was chanted, etc. in the campa.
On the contrary, "silence to God"waa their
voice of protest.
Respectfully.
A Reader.
Answer: Part III Conclusion. This is being
written prior to publication of Part I on Aug. 11,
and Part II on Aug. 25th. I therefore do not know
if there are any answers to my request to the
readers of this column to write to me if they have
any additional information regarding the
chanting of A ni Maamin.
I n the meantime I am continuing my research.
I will return to South Broward after the
publication of this concluding article on Sept. 8th.
I will share whatever new information I have with
the readers of this column at a later date.
IN PARTS I and II, I quoted from four sources
which state that the Ani Maamin chant was in
fact sung by the martyrs in the ghettos and
concentration camps.
Moreover, Ani Maamin the song of faith and
hope was not the only song used by the martyrs.
There are too many of them to list in this type of
column. However I will mention just two of them.
The first is one of the overpowering ghetto
songs, Unzer Shtetle Brent (Our town is burning).
It was written by Mordechai Gebirtig after the
1938 pogrom against the Jews of Poland. It
foretold the coming of the Jewish tragedy. In
1942 in the Cracow ghetto, it became the hymn of
the youth who arose against the enemy. The
refrain. "Arise, stand not with folded arms,"
beckoned everyone to fight and defend. Gebirtig
was killed in the Cracow ghetto in 1942.
THE SECOND is the song Zog Nit Kaynmol
Az Du Gayst Dem Lestzen Veg (Don't ever say
this road is last for you).
II was written by Hirsh Glick, a young Yiddish
poet from Vilna. He joined the partisans and died
while fighting, but the song was carried into the
woods by his comrades. It won its way into the
hearts of the people, and gave meaning and
courage to those who were alive and struggling to
defend themselves. It urged them on to fight and
not to give up hope.
The "reader's" statement that "On the con-
trary, silence to God' was their voice of protest"
is not accurate.
NOR WERE songs their only means of protest.
According to all historians and writers on the
holocaust, there was a resistance to the Nazi
design to exterminate the Jewish people, not only
in the Warsaw Ghetto, but in many other places.
"That the Jews of Europe were physically
helpless in the face of the terror unleashed upon
them is clear. That this sense of impotence
inevitably invaded every aspect of their life is
clear too. This was to be expected.
More remarkable is the fact that, in the midst
of the paralysis engendered by the sense that they
were at the mercy of every outrage and that there
was no place of appeal, a will to fight nevertheless
arose." !Blessed is the Match by MarieSyrkin. p.
169) (Italics mine. A.B.H.)
THE UPRISING of the Warsaw Ghetto which
began on April 19, 1943 is well known. The
leaders of the revolt tried to arouse the conscience
of the world with their request for help from every
quarter without any success. Samuel Zygelbojm
was one of the leaders among the Warsaw Jews.
He managed to flee from Poland after the in-
vasioa He reached London in 1942. He did
everything in his power to draw the attention of
the world to the fate of the Jews under Nazi
occupation, but was unable to obtain any reac-
tion.
When the news arrived from Warsaw of the
revolt in the ghetto and the ultimate phase of the
extermination, he committed suicide on May 11.
1943. explaining his motives in a letter which was
addressed to the Polish government in exile. It
was forwarded to the British and American
governments. Following is a brief excerpt from
the letter.
"I cannot remain silent. I cannot live while the
rest of the Jewish people in Poland whom I
represent continue to be liquidated. My com-
panions of the Warsaw Ghetto fell in a last heroic
battle with their weapons in their hands. I did not
have the honor to die with them but I belong to
them and to their common grave." (Anthology of
Holocaust Literature (pp. 329. 330. 331)
FINALLY, from the Cleveland Jewish Neu^s
dated Friday. May 5. 1978.
"Last Broadcast on Warsaw Ghetto Revolt. .
filed exactly 35 years ago: "Stockholm (JTA)
Massacre of the last 35.000 Jews in the Warsaw
Ghetto was started by the Nazis, with the streets
of Warsaw echoing to the shots of the Nazi
murderers and the shrieks of the victims, whilr
able-bodied Jews were trying to defend them-
selves within the walls of the ghetto.
"The secret Polish radio station Swiat was
heard here shortly after 6 p.m. transmitting the
following frantic appeal from occupied Poland:
" 'DEATH SENTENCE has been proclaimed
on the last 35,000 Jews in the Warsaw Ghetoo.
Gun salvoes are echoing in the streets of Warsaw.
Women and children are defending themselves
with bare hands. Save .' At this point the
broadcast was suddenly cut off."'
From all available information, Silence To God
was not their voice of protest. On the contrary.
Silence to God, was our only reply to their cry of
anger, bewilderment and despair."Silence to God
was our only reply to their appeals for help and
their voice of protest expressed not only in song
but indeed.
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Community Calendar
Sept. 11
HOLLYWOOD CHAPTER OF HADASSAH, Hillcrest Group, first general
meeting and film on Youth Aliyah and Hadossah Hospital, 12 p.m.,
Hillcrest Playdium, Hillcrest Drive, Hollywood. 963-0566 TEAAPLE
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD, first general meeting, 8 p.m. Temple
Beth Shalom, 4600 Arthur Street, Hollywood. 983-8185.
Sept. 14
TEMPLE SOLEL SISTERHOOD, first fundraising function of the season,
coffee and house tours, luncheon at the Temple, 9:30a.m., Temple
Solel, 5100 Sheridan Street, Hollywood. 989-0748 or 963-7277.
Sept. 21
HENRIETTA SZOLD GROUP OF HADASSAH, Southwest Broward
Chapter, Guest Speaker Paula Fields, 12:30 p.m., Miramar Rec-
reation Center, 6700 Miramar Parkway, Miramar. 961-7873 or 981-
9402.
Sept. 28
MASADA HADASSAH, first meeting of the season and movie,
"Holland Belgium," 12:30 p.m., Galahad North, 3001 South Ocean
Drive, Hollywood. Each member is urged to bring a friend. 925-3237
or 927-4876.
Perlstein Elected National Commissioner of
and its constituent agency, the
Joseph Perlstein, Hollywood
barrister, has been elected a
national commissioner of the
Anti-Defamation League at the
recent Washington, D.C. Con-
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according to Burton M. Joseph,
ADL's national chairman.
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HE IS A PAST president of
the board of governors, B'nai
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Great Neck Lodges in New York.
He is the founder of Herzl Lodge
in Hollywood.
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