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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
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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.
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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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Israel Egypt to Sign Peace Treaty Within Three Months
[cAMP DAVTD, Md. -
n agreement has been
ached. There will be a
pace treaty between Israel
pd Egypt ready for sign-
i in three months.
On Sunday, the two con-
riding parties signed two
^reements providing for
je treaty, for Israeli with-
drawal from the Sinai and a
settlement of the Pales-
tinian problem on the West
Bank of the Jordan River
and in the Gaza Strip. Both
documents were signed in
the East Room of the White
House, with President
Carter standing by.
The major provisions are as
follows:
1 THE PALESTINIAN
problem to be dealt with over a
period of the next five years in
which inhabitants of the West
Bank, currently occupied by
Israel, will obtain "full autonomy
and self-government," the same
set of conditions applying to
Gaza;
2 Israeli troops to withdraw
to designated enclaves on the
West Bank during this five-year
period;
3 A plan to be determined to
negotiate the final status of the
West Bank and Gaza. Par-
ticipants in the negotiating
process would include Egypt,
Israel, Jordan (providing King
Hussein cares to commit himself
to the agreements signed in
Washington) and elected rep-
resentatives of the Palestinian
residents.
4 A PROMISE by the
Continued on Page 12-A
* Jewish Florid fan
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Number 19 tFRKDK.SHOCHET-frmy.stpmwt Hollywood, Florida Friday,September22,1978
Two Sections Price 35 Cents
So. Broward Leaders
Return from UJA
Prime Ministers Mission
A Message From Federation President
\ heard about the lack ot
9 in Israel and have
of them identical
jnority problems that
in the States. But
Iroblems are more im-
Lbout 15 percent of the
is involved, and
Jews, too," reported
er, chairman of the
federation of South
1979 Combined
ppeal-Israel Emergency
paign.
bade his report upon his
si week from Israel
\, Frank Beckerman,
of the President's
Herbert Katz,
past president; and
Kaye, Federation
director were among
}sts at the Prime
UJA Mission. They
lolved with intensive
tours and high level briefings on
"Project Renewal," geared to
eliminate the social gap of 47,000
families 300,000 of Israels
distressed citizens.
"It is a shock for American
Jewry to see or even hear about
poverty in the State of Israel, and
it is obviously our responsibility
to see to it that changes be
implemented," declared Salter.
"Anytime a Jew anywhere is in
trouble, we all feel the problems
and our efforts to correct the
situation in Israel are, in reality,
"a debt of honor' compelling us
to finish what we started.
'Project Renewal' will really be a
project of conscience."
The recent Mission featured a
special tour of several of Israel's
socially deprived neighborhoods
which are to be revitalized as part
Continued on Page 2-A
I am writing this message on
the eve of leaving for Isarel and
the fourth Community Mission
sponsored by the Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward.
As 117 South Browardians get
ready to leave, Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and President
Anwar Sadat are at Camp David
for their historic meeting with
President Carter.
As you read this, you may
already know the outcome of that
fateful rendezvous. I pray that
the outcome is PEACE, or at
least steps in that direction. How
wonderful it will be to sit in
Temple this Rosh Hashana filled
with hope and joy that a peace
settlement might be forthcoming
for the Middle East.
I remember too vividly the
Yom Kippur of 1973, hearing the
news of a new war and the fear
with which we embarked on that
New Year.
The immediate future for Israel
and the Middle East is in the
hands of those three world
leaders. However, the ultimate
future of Judiasm lies in our
hands.
There are several things we can
do if we remain united in our
efforts with Jewish survival our
goal. Because so many Floridians
see their condominium or country
club as their world, they do not
see the importance of affiliating
with a Temple. To deny that the
Temple is the center of Jewish life
is equivalent to turning your
back on the future of Judiasm.
As the High Holidays ap-
proach, I implore each of you to
affiliate with a Temple and keep
the chain of Jewish life growing.
Through your support of
Federation, we will reach out to
all of our b re then in need. With
the dollars you contribute to
Federation, we enable our
agencies to provide a multitude
of services to Jews throughout
the Jewish communities of the
World.
I knew each of you joins me in
praying for a positive outcome at
Joyce Newman
Camp David. Whatever the
outcome; together we will meet
the needs of Jews everywhere.
WE ARE ONE can not be just
a slogan. It must be a reality. The
password to the future is com-
munity the entire community
working together for a common
goaL
I extend warmest greetings for
the New Year and pray that the
year ahead may be one of peace,
happiness and fulfillment.


I
Miday Russian greeting cards, a project of the Soviet
wnmittee of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's
ity Relations) Committee are available through Toby
the Jewish Federation offices.
Members of the South Broward Jewish community departed on a 10-day journey into their
Jewish heritage Sept. 7 as part of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's annual Com-
munity Mission to Israel. The 117 residents will meet with top Israeli government and Jewish
Agency officials and new immigrants. The group also will visit new settlements, schools,
nurseries and homes for senior adults.
ederation Allocates CJA-IEF Monies
the 1978 Combined
|>peal-Israel Emergency
npaign is completed,
which totalled $4.1
ve been allocated by
|h Federation of South
[sponsor of the humani-
ze.
funds will be distri-
|Federation agencies in
oward in addition to
fncies in other areas
rve South Broward
national agencies and
in numerous countries around the
world, including Israel," ac-
cording to Paul Koenig, chairman
and Nancy Brizel, cochairman of
the Federation's allocations com-
mittee.
Working under the Federa-
tion's Planning, Budgeting, Ad-
ministrative and Allocations
committee (P.B.A.A.), Koenig
and Brizel worked with various
committees and study groups to
review all requests for CJA-IEF
dollars.
'The allocations process was
altered from past years," noted
Koenig. "We made changes that
we felt would be in the best in-
terests of the Federation as well
as our agencies. The categories of
agencies were renamed for ease in
working with them. The first
group was the Jewish Culture
and Education study committee
with R. Joel Weiss as chairman.
His committee was further
broken down into sub-
committees with chairmen
Natalie Bluth. Helen Cohan, Dr.
Perry Dworkin, Meral Ehren-
stein, Doug Gross, Herman Katz
and Arnold Rosen thai.
"The second group was the
Services to Families and
Individuals study committee
with Ted Newman as chairman.
His committee was broken down
into sub-committees with
chairmen Stan Abram, Dr. Saul
Singer, Elli Katz, Bobbie Levin,
Joel Perlstein and Otto Stieber.
The third group was the Com-
munity Relations study com-
mittee with Dr. Stan Spatz as
chairman. His committee was
also broken into subcommittees
with chairmen Eli Baum, Bill
Frank, Ruth Rodensky and L.
Paul Nestel. Each of the above
sub-committee chairmen also
worked with a committee.''
"We are trying to make much
of the allocations process a year
round function of the Federation.
By doing this, we can better
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Fridav
Leaders Back From Israel
With 'Project of Conscience'
Continued from Page 1-A
of the government's $1.2 billion
plan of which American Jewry is
asked to contribute $400 million.
According to Deputy Prime
Minister Yigael Yadin who
addressed the group at a working
breakfast, the project emphasizes
comprehensive planning. He
indicated that since the
establishment of the State,
people from 70 countries have
been dumped into housing
without any consideration of
whom they'd be living with and
without supportive services.
Large families of eight to 10 are
still crowded into two or three
rooms. These places cannot
possibly be called "homes".
"We are not speaking simply
of new housing," he said. "We
are talking about far-reaching
plans which involve the
cooperation of the people in the
quarters, utilizing a full com-
prehensive plan of all supportive
human and social services."
As chairman of the Ministerial
Committee on Social Affairs,
Yadin challenged the group,
saying, "The organizational tools
are ready for "Project Renewal"
and we are anxious for your
support as partners in this
venture."
Apparently those on the
mission accepted the challenge
over and above, increasing their
gifts to the regular campaign
from S14 to $18 million. An
additional $12 million was
pledged to "Project Renewal."
Other highlights of the in-
tensive mission included a visit
to the new Museum of the Dia-
spora, a reception at the
President's residence hosted by
President and Mrs. Navon, a
ceremony at the Western Wall
with former Prisoner of Zion I
Isarel Zalmanson, sessions with
Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan
and General Avraham Orly. and
a closing reception and dinner at
Smith to Address Attorneys
Harry B. Smith of Miami will
address the first meeting of the
Attorneys Division of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward,
Sept. 25, at the home of Paul
Koenig. according to Ronald
Rosen, chairman.
While looking forward to the
beginning of the 1979 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign activities.
Rosen noted that Smith will
enlighten those attending as they
open the campaign season.
Smith is a former president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, former chairman of the
Foundation of Jewish Philan-
thropies, and former CJA IEF
chairman. He is currently on the
board of directors for HIAS, the
executive committee for the JDC.
a trustee for UIA, CJF chairman
of advisory committee on com-

Harry B. Smith
munity relations on the fa
East, and chairman oftJ
seas services committ*
Attending a reception at the home of Israeli President Navon
are (from left) Sumner G. Kaye, Federation executive director;
Ben Salnt. CJA-IEF general chairman; Herbert D. Katz,
Federation past president; and Frank Beckerman, President's
Mission chairman.
the Knesset, hosted by Israeli
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin.
Highly impressed by the pro-
ceedings. Sailer expressed con-
fidence that he and his Federa-
tion colleagues would return
home to meet the challenges with
which they were presented.
"After a first-hand view of this
intensity. I will try and present
an informative picture of Israel's
needs on the local level," he said.
"Poverty of this extent must be
controlled immediately."
Salter claims that "Project
Renewal" will flourish in Israel
because the roots of the Jews are
deeply entrenched in this soil,
and "the population, as a whole,
is concerned about this problem
of inequality in Israel."
"Our community is very
supportive of Israel," said Salter.
Jews must share a common
feeling for Israel, the Jewish
State."
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hotiyivood
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^t took place that had a profound
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It established the principle that
"lone is responsible for preserving
S'ft of freedom granted to him by
"the Creation.
The experience of the patriarch
sham, the father of the Jewish
le, launched a new era of human
standing. For Abraham'8 will-
ess to sacrifice his most cherished
ession.hisson Isaac,on behalf of
5'th and ideals,gave man a new
direction and purpose for life.
The Biblical story of Abraham s
triumph, therefore, is not merely an
account of the test of the strength of
one man's convictions and prepared-
ness to act on behalf of \\ hat he
believed. It is a test all humanity must
be ready to face. For freedom to live,
develop and worship as one chooses is a
gift not easily acquired.and once
obtained,often requires sacrifice to
maintain.
If humanity is unprepared to meet
its obligations to preserve freedom, it
may ultimately lose it.
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established nearly 4000 years ago, that
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As the Shofar is sounded on Rosh
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unite in the cause of freedom and jus-
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of all who suffer from oppression and
slavery. It rekindles the spirit of hope
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It evokes the day in which Man met
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jrid>y. Septet,
\s
Bosh Hashanah 5739
At sundown on Sunday, Oct. 1, the Jewish calendar
year 5738 will pass on to eternity, giving way to the New
Year, Rosh Hashanah, 5739.
In the true Jewish tradition, we once again take leave
of the old year in a musing mood of serious reflection and
scrupulous stock-taking.
What has transpired during the past year is worthy of
consideration insofar as it has already had repercussions'
on Jewish life, and most likely will have far-reaching
effects on the future of the Jewish people both in Israel
and in the Diaspora.
As we see it, the story of the year is last November's
trip by Egypt's President Anwar Sadat to Jerusalem.'
That was the beginning.
As we see it, the same story of the year ends at Camp
David, Md., and in Washington on Sept. 17, Sunday, at
10:30 p.m.. when out of the despair of months "of-
wrangling, months of ominous silence, new and ugly'
threats of war. came the hope for peace in the Middle East/
This was the story of the year 5738.
And it is likely that the story of the year 5739 will be
what occurs three months from now when, according to'
the agreements signed by President Sadat and Israels
Prime Minister Menachem Begin, a peace treaty between'
Israel and Egypt is to come into being.
History to be Forged
A realistic view of this is that once before, in 1948 on
the Greek Island of Rhodes, an Israel-Arab peace accord
was reached. The trouble is that not all the Arab nations-
were signatories, and within days of the establishment of
the State of Israel, seven Arab armies invaded the-
fledgling nation, including those who had signed the"
Rhodes accord. \
We call this a realistic view because, once again, there
|s no real unanimity in Arab ranks on the Egyptian
initiative. Of paramount importance is the absence of
Palestine Liberation Organization representation in the
determination of the future of the people of the West Bank'
and Gaza.
It is not likely that Yasir Arafat and his competitors,'
such as George Habash and the others, will sit silently be;
while an idyllic"' Middle East peace is hammered out'-
without them. -
And so Rosh Hashanah 5739 begins with as many
questions as it does n-th hour answers given at Camp
David.
Still, the very destiny of Jews. Israelis and those
living in the Diaspora, has been sharply affected by this
story of the year. Rosh Hashanah. as a time to reflect on
the old and to anticipate the new. is at its most exciting
this year. What the prospects are. however, must remain
an enigma enshrouded in the history of the Middle East
which is yet to be forged.
Contributing to World Sanity
The outlook for Israel at the 33rd session of the United
Nations General Assembly which convenes Sept 19 is
bleak even before it begins. The forces of the 'automatic
majority the Arab-Communist-Third World bloc -
are already lined up to launch their usual invectives and
canards against the Jewish State.
As in previous years, the three-month Assembly
session, dubbed by some cynics as a festival," will be
bombarded with the stale, cliche-ridden shibboleths that
Israel is racist,"' "colonialist" and "fascist."
The real tragedy in the United Nations is not that this
bloc of vipers is an "automatic majority." but that the
civilized voices and forces of Western democracy have all
but abdicated their role as a counter-vailing force in the
world organization. The task is to prod the vocal chords of '
the democratic nations to a point where they will shout ds \
Hamlet did upon seeing the ghost of his father. "Stop -I '
go no further." This would be a genuine contribution to.'
world sanity. .;
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September 22,1978
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar ofGreater Holly Wood
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A Reader Speaks Out
i e ethic that directs the
( government harsh Pales-
J policy represents only one
of the Zionist move-
This is the way the title
f Harper's September issue
t>es an article: "The Other
by IF. Stone. The
s intended to whet the
s appetite by suggesting
there was a minority
j)n inside the Zioni9t move-
fwhose concept of a bi-na-
st state, if adopted by the
could have prevented
lupriing against the Jews
that IF. Stone is going to
how it could have pre-
I the later wars. Baloney!
disturbs me that a prestige
tint' like Harpers allowed
to tic misused as a base for
shms against the Begin
ki-i i at ion and Israel: worse,
Ijms I I Stone onto its
hip as if he were a Zionist
bid write objectively about
fin. especially since Stone
he darling <>i adherents of a
ophy in the early :iO's that
ed the "in thing" to be was
ernationalist and not a sup-
nt a nationalist movement
. Zionism.
Id it the reader turns to the
he will discover a self-
U blurb, this time in the
tin. advising I.F. Stone
Ids his article to be an
his own book,
to Palestine.
ined in 1946, and scheduled
| reissued November, 1978.
ue to
r ground
[used to be axiomatic in the
pshing business the best way
I a book was to write about
lham Lincoln or a dog. Now
ems all you have to do to be
p.shed is to take some cheap
i at Begin or write a bleeding
story about the life of the
si in Kin Arabs in Israel.
pne turns backward to the
land '30's when there was a
tionalist movement headed
Judah Magnes and Kabbi
i Buber to include more
|cipation in the economic and
cal life in Palestine by its
inhabitants. Among other
enls of that policy he in-
Adah Ha'Am, who as a
Ir of the cultural sector of
|sm. opposed some of the
es advocated by the Jewish
Bey (headed by Ben Gurionl
phaim Weissman.
Magnes was a pacifist who
l protested, in 1917, the en-
fi of the U.S.A. into World
I Hut. despite the efforts of
Magnes and Rabbi Buber,
evidence is the Arabs never
pad to live peaceably with
Jewish neighbors and
hted their presence even prior
he Holocaust and subsequent
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He blames the movement of
600.000 Arabs out of Israel to
alleged atrocities by the Irgun at
Dir Yassein and even deletes
quotes from Begins book The
Revolt: Story of the Irgun to
support him. What he omits is
that Begin writes Arab head-
quarters at Ramallah broadcast
the stories of the alleged
atrocities at Dir Yassein. These
broadcasts induced the mass
flight of over 600,000 Arabs who
lived on the present territory of
the State of Israel.
Stone takes you further back in
time to the signing of the Balfour
Declaration and assigns to Ahad
Ha'am an influence in its hap-
pening. It is true Ahad Ha'am
was a house guest of Chaim
Weissman in his London home at
that time, but Stone does not tell
the reader that Vladimir
Jabotinsky, founder of Revision-
ist Zionism and the ideological
father of the Irgun. was also a
house guest of Weissman at the
same time.
Stone continually turns to the
Encyclopedia Judaica as a source
reference for his article and since
he is suspect of what Begin
writes is the truth, his use of the
Encyclopedia Judaica makes one
wonder if he was aware that
Professor Benzion Netanyahu
was the first editor-in-chief of
that magnificent resource. This is
the same Netanyahu who was the
political and propaganda Chief-
tain of the Revisionist Wing of
Zionism in America, 1940-1948,
and avid supporter of the Irgun
while Menachem Begin served as
its military leader. (Lamentably,
Professor Netanyahu's son
Jonathan lost his life while he
was leading the raid on Entebbe).
This writer would also like to
turn back into time to the
1930s when he was a student at
C.C.N.Y. Then, if you mentioned
you were a Zionist, it earned you
the epithet "Fascist" and
blocked your chance to get into a
ping-pong game or a place in a
penny ante poker game in
"City's" corridors.
Now, our college youth endure
a similar humiliation on many
campuses. "Imperialist" is what
they are called if they mention
they are supporters of Israel.
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TkeJe'uish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Frida
y.
S*Pabl
UJA Student Mission Shapes Future Federation La
Florie Brizel, a University of
Miami student from Hollywood,
was among 32 university
students from across the country
to participate in the 1978 UJA
Summer Student Mission to Po-
land. Rumania and Israel.
The four week mission included
stops in Warsaw, Cracow.
Auschwitz. Birkenau. Bucharest.
Tel Aviv. Safet. Eilat. and
Jerusalem.
"Our Mission raised over
S4.5O0 just from college students.
That's great, considering we will
probably be the future Federa
tion leaders in our communities."
declared Ms. Brizel.
"Our first stop was Poland for
four days The Polish people were
strange. Everyone stared. No one
spoke to us. Our Polish guide.
Andy, took us through Warsaw.
The area was all built up. not the
rubble and ruins I had expected
to see. Everything was built up
around the Ghetto. The only
remnants of our history were a
park and monument.
"As if that were not enough,
we met a 14 year old girl whose
father was a U.N. diplomat. She
spoke English with us. When we
explained why we were there, she
said, "what's Jewish?"; we were
appalled.'
Ms. Brizel noted that the
Jewish population was
diminishing in Poland.
The mission group continued
on to Cracow, where they visited
the University of Cracow.
Following Cracow, they visited
Auschwitz and Birkenau.
"Auschwitz had a carnival at-
mosphere. Some of the buildings
had been turned into museums
The grass was green. We were
told to expect that the area would
smell of death' which I couldn't
understand. It wasn't like they
Ithe UJA briefingsi said it would
be.- she said
They continued on to Rumania
w here they spent three days. One
of the highlights of Rumania wa
the Joint Distribution Committee
clothing distribution.
"I was quite impressed wiih
the JDC They preserve the
dignity of the people they help,
whetner it ia with money or
en ices tnat they providt
The next part of our trip was
the most exciting. Three weeks in
Israel. The Jewish State tha: 1
had heard so much about and
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"One girl who had gone
through Europe with us had
already been to Israel before and
when we arrived in Israel, she
made Aliyah. That left everyone
with a good feeling inside.
"The most exciting part of
I srael was the desert. There was a
certain peace of the desert from
Jericho to Eilat that was a real
turn on.' "she explained.
"We went on a lot of privileged
roads that would normally
require military passes. We went
to military installations? met
some of the Israeli servicemen,
and even passed on regards from
a woman in Rumania t,o'her
friend in Israel.
"Israel is not a beautiful
country, it doesn't have 'ideal'
weather, it does have a lot of
problems, but it is neat* it
turns me on. There's just, some
thing about it that cannot In
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar ofGreater Hollywood
Page 7-A
Lii41i Arabia is \\a/i Germany9
to Far As Women Concerned
[ONTO (JTA) -
ng that Saudi Arabia was
Germany for women,"
..erican feminist leader,
|steinem. said here it was
eous" that the Carter
stration had failed to
Ze Saudi subjugation of
as a denial of human
[new conference here, prior
essing the convention of
\merican Psychological
ktion. Steinem cited the
Practice of "auctioning off
[as chattel to their pros-
pective husbands," as one
example of sex discrimination.
SHE DEPLORED a statement
by President Carter during his
visit to the Saudi capital, Riyadh,
earlier this year, "when he stood
in the company of the sheikhs
and other government rulers and
said how much at home' he felt."
Steinem said she was par-
ticularly disturbed by current
Saudi efforts to impose Moslem
ideas about women on other
countries that seek to do business
with the oil-rich kingdom.
"Not only do the Saudis op-
press their own women, they dis-
criminate in every way against
women of other nationalities
seeking employment in the Saudi
kingdom," she declared.
The feminist leader and author
observed that, while the United
States has attempted to reduce
anti-Jewish discrimination and to
mitigate the anti-Israel policies of
the Saudi regime, no similar
effort had been undertaken by
the White House on behalf of
women.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday

Federation Responds
To Pope's Death
August 8,1978
Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy
Archdiocese of Miami
6301 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Fla. 33138
Your Excellency:
On behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward, we share
your grief at the recent loss of Pope Paul VI.
For the past fifteen years Pope Paul VI's ecumenism may be
judged his greatest accomplishment. For he spoke not merely to
the world's 600 million Catholics, but to all those be they
Christians, Jews, Moslems, Buddhists, or Hindus who
believed in the commodity of peace, human dignity and justice.
President Yitzhak Navon of Israel expressed our feelings when
he said "Pope Paul's life was dedicated to the search for peace in
the world and to the promotion of mutual understanding among
men and nations ."
Those of us who are constantly striving for peace among all
nations lost a good friend in Pope Paul VI.
Sincerely,-
JOYCE NEWMAN
President
Mrs. Joyce Newman, President
Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida 33020
Dear Mrs Newman:
On behalf of the priests, religious and faithful of the Archdiocese
of Miami, I wish to express sincere thanks to you for your
comforting message of sympathy sharing our sorrow in the
death of Pope Paul VI.
Your response to the dea.th of His Holiness is both a tribute to
him personally'as well as an indication of his influence in
drawing men of all faiths and nations closer together.
Very sincerely yours,
Edward A. McCarthy
Archbishop of Miami
August 24, 1978
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page9-A
)A Convention
iionists Praise Carter For Hosting Summit
ilNGTON (JTA) -
annual convention of
irust Organization of
opened here with ad-
by Sen. Alan Cranston
.) and Rabbi Joseph P.
a, outgoing president of
bmarks prepared for
Cranston, a frequent
Jthe Carter Administra-
Eddie East policies, said
eves that "President
as shown great courage"
the summit conference
[David.
BOLD step is in
|with his total dedication
Cranston observed. He
owever, that "I strongly
the sale of F-15s to
[Arabia. Perhaps the
|t himself has come
recognizing that the
hi have been a mistake."
Iton suggested that
[to reach some agreement
David holds political
all parties, though in
_ oent it need not be
phic for a ny of them.''
fctein, who is ending his
and final term aa ZOA
said in prepared
that the "world owes
It Carter a debt of
for convening" the
ivid summit.
"YET WE cannot deny that
there is an apprehensive mood in
the American Jewish community.
While we appreciate the
President's desire to be a full
partner in these negotiations, we
are concerned lest momentary
difficulties lead him and the
Administration to impose ideas
on Israel," he said.
The ZOA leader also said: "It
has become fashionable on the
part of many prominent Jewish
leaders to say We are all
Zionists.' I welcome this avowal,
but I say to our friends, if you
consider yourself a Zionist, then
join our ranks, formally and
officially, carrying the card of
membership in the ZOA."
SCHEDULED to deliver
greetings on behalf of the Israeli
government was Minister of
Energy and Infrastructure
Yitzhak Modai. Harold Saun-
ders. Assistant Secretary of
State for Near Eastern Affairs,
delivered greetings on behalf of
the Administration, and
Theodore Mann, chairman of the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations, conveyed the
^deration Allocates
CJA IEF Monies
inued from Page 1-A
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5." explained Koenig.
Brizel noted that the
}ment of an ongoing data
all agencies making re-
of Federation monies
I not only improve the
but alleviate many long
of researching and last
study of the agencies.
" Rosenthal, chairman of
^ish Community Centers
Florida study group,
feady started this. He and
kmittee have met with the
(to discuss the future
pi!> of the JCC and its rela-
i with the Federation and
ients of South Broward."
krgest portion of the 1978
F campaign allocations
krmarked for the United
I Appeal-Israel Emergency
in the amount of
$2,830,367. This sum will be used
in Israel to help new immigrants
to be absorbed, to provide
housing and vocational training
and to maintain all vital social
and educational services.
Federation President Joyce
Newman praised the committee's
final report and commended the
participants for displaying such
an outstanding example of our
local Jewish community working
together to ensure Jewish
existence, whether it be right
here in South Broward, in Israel
or anywhere else in the world
where a fellow Jew cries out for
aid.
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to several major areas of Zionist
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American Jewry, religious plur-
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but do not go to Israel, and the
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The Jewish Floridian andShofarof Greater Hollywood

Viet Vet Dies
Killed in Bombing By Terrorists
By BARBIE ZEL1ZER MORDECHAI BARON. 48. transitions, but he d.ed without
manager of the gas storage
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Steve Hilmes, a 31-year-old
American-born member of the
Jerusalem bomb disposal squad,
died Saturday morning of
multiple injuries he sustained
last week when
device detonated
gas storage depot here. He was
buried at the Mt. Herzl Police
Cemetery. Interior Minister
Yosef Burg and Hilmes' mother,
who flew in from Los Angeles
Friday, were among the many
attending the funeral services.
Burg said at the funeral: "You
immigrated to Israel out of vision
nobody forced you to. You
joined the police force out of your
own desire nobody forced you
to. You volunteered to join the
spearhead of the fight against the
killers of children, women and the
elderly. You volunteered because
you wanted to. and they, the
terrorists, defeated you. We shall
remember you as an expression of
the will of the people of Israel to
live."
facility who was also injured in
the blast, was reported to be
improved and out of danger. The
death of Hilmes was the first
fatality in the recent wave of
terrorist bombings that have
an explosive placed the security services and
i propane the public on maximum alert in
Jerusalem and throughout Israel.
The outrages are believed to be
part of a calculated effort by
terrorists to coincide with the
Camp David summit conference.
Hilmes. a Vietnam War
veteran and former FBI narcotics
agent, who resided in Los
Angeles before settling in Israel
in 1973, joined the police where
he quickly earned a reputation for
courage and ability. He volun-
teered for the bomb squad last
year.
He was approaching a suspi-
cious-looking parcel at the gas
storage depot last Tuesday when
it exploded, nearly severing both
legs and causing severe burns all
over Hilmes body. Physicians
amputated a shattered arm and
gave Hilmes numerous blood
regaining consciousness.
THE UPSURGE of terrorist
activity is causing serious
concern. A senior police officer
said that the police and security
forces "have definite information
which points to Jerusalem as the
central target for terrorist at-
tacks which are again attempting
to attack and terrorize innocent
people."
A terrorist device exploded
this week in the central square of
Ramallah. an Arab town on the
West Bank near Jerusalem,
followed by a Molotov cocktail
thrown at an Israeli vehicle in the
entertainment district of East
Jerusalem.
There were no injuries reported
in either incident and only slight
damage.
A heavy explosion rocked
downtown Jerusalem, but no one
was hurt, and the damage was
minor. Police said they were
uncertain whether the device,
which detonated in Zion Square,
was placed there by terrorists or
by criminal elements.
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The Jewish Floridian andShofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11 -A
\th Broward Schools
Books on All Holidays
chool doors opened for the Fall term, every teacher and
,1 in 45 South Broward schools received a copy of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Memo and
Cooks, for the 18th consecutive year.
books, designed to aid teachers and principals plan for the
year, lists all major religious and patriotic holidays for
L two years with a glossary of Christian and Jewish
i-.s The publication also contains ADL recommended edu-
il publications, sound slides, films, teaching techniques
|dio-visual materials.
David LeVine, a member of B'nai B'rith Women. Aviva
in Hollywood, and past president of the Broward-North
Council and Hollywood Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
ferved many years as project coordinator for South
d This community project is jointly sponsored each year
Hi B'rith Men and Women and the Jewish Federation, all
thUroward.
Lddiiuin to the Federation, this year members of the
no M'nai B'rith groups financed thi9 project: Womens'
K Aviva. Tova, Quadamain. Hallandale, Hillcrest,
tronk. Hemispheres and Plaza Towers. Mens' Lodges
iHerzl. Hallandale, Harry S. Truman, King David,
Iphere's, David Ben Gurion, Golden Isles, Hillcrest,
llem. and Hollybrook.
promote human understanding among the youth in the
unity. the schools and youth groups of all faiths have been
! of free programs called "Dolls for Democracy" and
[Kanhit Brothers" presented upon request by Aviva
er. BBW of Hollywood, chaired by Mrs. Barbara Gold-
lone having any information of discrimination or anti-
fcm in the school system, employment or in the corn-
is urged to contact the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
[in Miami at once. ____________________________
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday

Congressman Burke To Take Part Israel, Egypt to Sign Peace Treoi
In Conference on Soviet Challenge
Congressman J. Herbert Burke
(R., Fla.) has been invited by
U.S. Secretary of State Cyrus
Vance to participate in a con-
ference on "U.S. Strategy and
the Soviet Challenge" to be held
in Miami on Sept. 26.
"I'm delighted to attend and I
concur that the danger of Soviet
meddling and intervention in
other governments' affairs is
creating an extensive danger to
world peace and. more than
likely, if it continues, it will lead
the nations of the world into a
third world war." said Congress-
man Burke in accepting the
invitation.
Just last month. Congressman
Burke received the Coalition for
Peace Through Strength 1978
Leadership Award from the
American Security Council m
Washington. It was presented by
Council President John M. Fisher
and by Maj. Gen. John K. Sing-
laub. USA (ret.), the Education
Field Director for the American
Security Council Education
Foundation.
The Council commended Con-
gressman Burke for his help in
improving public understanding
of the growing Soviet threat and
the need for adoption of a
national strategy for peace.
The conference on "U.S.
Security and the Soviet Chal-
lenge" is sponsored by the I S.
Department of State, the Greater
Miami Chamber of Commerce
and the Florida Council of 100.
Newcomers are welcomed to South Broward at the recent
Shalom Reception given bv the Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward. From left are Lilly Lev. Dr.
Robert Lev. Steve Rose, Ellen Rose, Beverly Shapiro, Gina
Mothner and Donald Mothner.
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Continued from Page 1-A 5 Security arrangements on
Israelis to erect no new settle- the West Bank and in Gaza to
ments on the West Bank or in secure the Israeli withdrawal,
Gaza during "the negotiating involving demilitarized zones,
period,'' apparently meaning five areas of limited aramament, and
years:
possible use
Police forces;
of
Major Differences Between
This and Dec, 77 Plan
WASHINGTON What is
the difference between the agree-
ments reached here Sunday night
and the 26-point Israeli plan for
autonomy on the West Bank that
was rejected by the Egyptians
last December'.'
For one tiling, there are DO
provisions in the Sinai document
signed by Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and Egypt's
President Anwar Sadal that
hinge on the agreement covering
the W esl Hank and the I ran
Strip.
THIS DETERMINATION to
handle each ol the three anas
independent!) "as been con-
strued here as a major victory tor
Begin
On the other hand. Begin has
agreed to the stationing ol
United Nations peace-keeping
forces and early-warning
monitoring devices on the West
Hank during the five-year period
of negotiations over the future of
the West Bank and Gaza. Also
Begin has acceded to a pullhack
Shalom Camping Clob
All campers of Dade and
Broward counties are invited to
join the new Shalom Camping
Club. If you possess a tent, an
HV trailer or fifth wheel, a motor
home, or you are planning to
purchase an RV soon and you
would like to camp with a group
and make new friends, call Larry
Steinberg in Hollywood for
additional information.
of Israeli forces into specified
garrisons in both areas.
Seen from the Egyptian point
of view, Sadat interprets this as
pressure on Israel to come to
recognize that Israel's security
needs w ill never be met by these
arrangements, and so they had
just as well withdraw entirely
W hen l lie time comes.
APART from Jerusalem,
w huh was reserved for special
negotiations in an "exchange of
letters. perhaps the most
prominent feature ol the agree-
ment is that Vasir Arafat's
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion is left out of the picture
entirely
President Carter himself made
this point very explicitly during
the signing ceremonies when he
declared that the agreement
would give a chance for self-
determination to "people who
live in the West Bank and the
Gaza Strip," and pointedly failed
to mention the 1.5 million Pales-
tinian refugees who make up the
base of the Arafat PLO forces.
What is hoped for is that
Jordan's King Hussein will ulti-
mately assume a role in the
negotiations.
SHOULD Hussein fail to do
so. then Sadat's credibility as
leader of the Arab world will be
tested and found wanting, and
this could well serve to destroy
the agreements signed here
Sunday night
It was noted here that Hussein
will be \iMting Washington in a
few weeks.
6 A formal SJJ
within the lh "
stipulated in th,*
signed in the |
Sunday:
Jt- Kstablishment I
relations between V
Israel as soon as th,H
military withdraw*3
occur;
?THE STATUS fl
salem was convenenthf
with Ixnh Prime Mini
and President Sadate
themselves onto to ,
of letters." There
statement as to whatil
will sa\
Unagreed upon so hi
future ol Israel: settle
the Sinai Ml ,,i<,nj> |
stated that they mini
mantled ,is a prerequi
peace agreement isradj
that their future
negotiated
At 6:45 p.m. aniw
was made here of the ii
agreement, and that tail
and Begin would appeal
Easl KiKimiil the White!)
10:30 p.m
TOABl KSTofapi
both Israelis and
present. President Cartel
panied both men to tbti
Carter declared that
significant achievemett i
cause of peace, an acla
none thought possibles
or even a mont h tin
He added: I hopetbep
of this moment will bet
. The long daysofCantl
are over, but many monn
ficult negotiation still!*!1
He offered his heartieij
gratulations" tooothpefl
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Dttmbr22,l78
The Jewish Fhridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13-A
fc

r i
nbers of the Volunteer Service Bureau stuff favors into
m Kits that were given to South Broward newcomers
rfent Shalom Reception. From left are Roslyn Copelan
Ea Hess, co-chairwoman.
unteer Service Bureau
In walk into the Jewish
|n of South Broward any
see several men and
busily at work. These
| all a part of the newly
Volunteer Service
lureau was created in
Ly the Women's Division
Their responsibilities
I making phone calls,
failings ready, clerical
fnything else that needs
-o-chairwomen of the
[ire Gloria Hess, Jean
nd Esther Robinson.
It volunteers are Tena
, Anne Solomon, Arleen
. Bemke Greenburg,
Udman. Rose Balkin, Eve
Cg, Roslyn Copelan,
Freeder, Harry Freeder,
Wstein. Estelle Eisman,
Gordon, Ida Leavitt and
Uiller.
I is a need for volunteers
port other volunteers to
the Federation, just as there is a
need for additional volunteers.
If you are interested in
donating your services to the
Federation, contact Nancy
Mullins.
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The Jewish Floridian ri Rhnfar of Greater Hollywood
Frida
y,
^teJ
Broward Hadassah Writes
To Soviet Jewish Women
In order to give moral support
to a group of Soviet Jewish
women activists, the Florida
Mid-Coast Region of Hadassah
(comprising all of Broward
County and South Palm Beach)
has launched a massive letter-
writing campaign to reinforce the
iines of communication between
Soviet Jewish inn \mencan
Jewish women.
In .1 joint statement issued by
' ra innon it i'ompano
i nt
^hd-i

man, t was report
Bcouragea
> ilture
-
ipp : i Jews w
' \ isas, mam So> I lews
are demoralized. Through these
letters, therefore, we hope to
reassure these brave women that
their outspoken and courageous
efforts to uphold human rights
for Jews in the Soviet Union are
known and supported in the
world beyond the Iron Curtain."
The Hadassah Woman-to-
W man campaign it nsion
i Jewrj
- Si
Repr.
tted
' '
ard Si m '' -
ell. Mrs. J art
ami Mr- Ri< hard K(

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Irailo-
oi
tuta ol Leningrad
Zionist Heroine Is A Refusnik!
\
A Russian Zionist heroine, not
heard from in over 30 years, has
reemerged as a refusnik trapped
in the depths of the U.S.S.R..
according to the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry.
The S.S.S.J. reported that the
then 18-year-old Bella iBilhal
Alshkovskv joined the Bnei
Bnai Zion
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V'hen the >Jermans overran
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heir waj to Palestine. They were
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abor camps or to death. Bells
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Kippur War. 'You asked me how
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to tell, but it's difficult in these
few lines."
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husband died
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when she applie^S]
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Prepared to be $ta,
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ptember 22, 1978

The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Holly wood
Page 15-A
laplaincy Sets High Holiday Services Temple in the Pines
Acquires Butler Estate
Holuman. chairman of
fhaplaincy Commit"*.
Li that all of South
|S institutions served by
Iplaincy will hold High
services and will be
| with prayer booklets.
Harold Richter. chap-
ill conduct pre-Rosh
,h services at Hollywood
Hills Nursing Home and Golf-
crest Nursing Home on Sept. 27;
at Dania Nursing Home and
Hallandale Rehabilitation Center
on Sept. 28; at Community Hos-
pital and Washington Manor on
Sept. 29 and at Biscayne Medical
Center on Oct. 1.
There will be Pre-Yom Kippur
Services at the South Florida
plans for the upcoming year at the Broward Board of
meeting are (seated from left) Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Beth El; Rabbi Carl Klein, Temple Sinai, and Rabbi
[Richter, Jewish Federation of South Broward Chaplain.
U (from left! are Rabbi Jonathan Woll, Temple Beth El;
Bennett Greenspon, Temple Beth Emet and Rabbi Paul
(.Temple Israel of Miramar.
ulywood JCC to Build Succah
ibers of the Jewish
Inity of South Broward
in building a Succah in
|f the Jewish Community
at 2838 Hollywood
irtl.
lations to celebrate
. at the South Broward
nal Succah are extended
tiers of JCC. Jewish youth
groups and other area organiza-
tions.
Those interested in partici-
pating in the building of the
Succah or in using the Succah,
should contact Yos*i Nrtz.
director of Israel Information
Center or Rabbi Harold Richter,
chaplain at JFSB or Oi tleson at JCC. Succoth will be
celebrated Oct. 15 to Oct. 22.
State Hospital for geriatric
patients. Children's Division and
general patients on Oct. 9 and at
Hollywood Medical Center on
Oct. 10.
There also will be a Yizkor
Service on Yom Kippur Oay at
Biscayne Medical Center, and
residents of the Broward Correc-
tional Institution will attend Kol
Nidre Services at Temple Israel
in M iramar.
Patients at all of the above
institutions will receive an
abridged Machzor (High Holiday
prayer booklet), prepared by
JFSB. Patients at Memorial
Hospital, Pembroke Pines
General Hospital and Doctors
Hospital also will receive these
Machzorim. All institutions will
receive an abridged Machzor
(High Holiday prayer booklet
Patients at all of the above
institutions will receive an
abridged Machzor (High Holiday
prayer booklet), prepared by
JFSB. Patients at Memorial
Hospital, Pembroke Pines
General Hospital and Doctors
Hospital also will receive these
Machzorim. All institutions have
been urged to serve patients tra-
ditional holiday dinners on Rosh
Hashanah and on Yom Kippur
Eva.
Rabbi Richter will be assisted
at the various nursing homes by
the Hillcresters and various other
volunteers who help serve the
chaplaincy at weekly Sabbath
Services. The Hillcrest and
Hallandale chapters of Women's
B'nai B'rith will provide a
collation after pre-Yom Kippur
Services at the South Florida
State Hospital for general
patients. The Aviva Chapter of
Women's B'nai B'rith will
provide refreshments following
pre-Yom Kippur Services at the
Geriatric Division and Children's
Division at the State Hospital.
Ask Abe
By Abe Halpern
By ABE HALPERN
stion: I understand that there was a judge or
shetess by the name of Deborah in biblical
ps during the period of the Judges. Can you
ghten me about it?
Koslyn Feldman
North Miami Beach
Iwer: Deborah, in Hebrew Devora. meaning
is the name of the Israelite heroine of the
brew Bible, through whose encouragement the
krews defeated the Canaanites under Sisera.
following the death of Moses, Joshua, the son
Jun. the new leader of the Israelites began the
lelite conquest of Canaan. Following his death
[Twelve Tribes were engaged in many wars. It
a period when the Israelites were ruled by
|ges.
eborah was both a Judge and a Prophetess
ng the early period of the conquest of Canaan.
kctly when she ruled as a judge is not known,
[many scholars place the period at about 1200-
fc.B.C.E.
apter Four in the Book of Judges relates the
of Deborah. She sent for Barak, the son of
noam. At her request and encouragement he
Ised the members of the tribes of Zevulun and
khiali to revolt against the Canaanite king,
of Hatzor and Sisera, his ally and com-
der of the king's troops.
he account in the Book of Judges gives very
[details but there are many details in the com
ftaries, the legends of the Jews, and the
nud.
|arry Gersh in his book These Are My People,
ribes the condition of the period in a chapter
Med Deborah.,
for 50 years the tribes lived in peace,
toping the Lord. They did not teach their sons
tarts of war or the skills of the armorer. But
|*ings of the Canaanite cities did not forget
t The caravans of the Hebrews, carrying
dates from Gilgal to the north, or fruits from
Beth-Shamesh. were set upon by swiftly riding
charioteers. The men were killed and their goods
stolen. For the Jews could not defend themselves.
Growing bolder, the Canaanite bands at-
tacked the villages of the tribes, and the people
had to flee into the hills. Commerce died and
farms were abandoned. Women were taken, and
men feared to walk in the day." (p-22)
With Deborah's encouragement and additional
volunteers from the tribes of Y.ssachar.
Manasseh. Ephraim and Benjamin. Barak
ieadmg an army of 40.000 men. succeeded in
defeating Sisera and his charioteers.
Following the victory over Sisera. DeborahlUd
Barak sang a song of praise thanking God for the
del verancf of Israel over the powerful armies of
faera and reviewing the history of the Israelites
since the time of Abraham.
The song appears in the Book of Judges,
Chabter" f nd fa attributed to Deborah. It fa con-
sioIrS one of the outstanding poems the
Hebrew Bible.
jjafatfaafawggg
2u 171 he weeping people were an exhortation
Th/v av.il iuel>t one. he 15 deJ.
JewTby Loufa Giniberg. vol. 4, p. 39.)
Editor'* note:
Please send all questions to:
fojtSfah Federation of South Broward
Justin M. Weininger, president of Temple in the Pines.
Hollywood, announces the acquisition of the Butler rotate,
located at 9730 Stirling Road, Hollywood.
The 5'/2-acre site will service the Jewish communities of the
entire southwest Broward area.
Temple in the Pines was organized in 1973 in Pembroke
Pines. The Congregation fa affiliated with the United Synagogue
of America, the organization of Conservative Congregation*.
The new facility will include a sanctuary capable of seating
800 people, classrooms, youth lounge, Sisterhood gift shop,
offices and outdoor recreation facilities.
Under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter,
who has been the Rabbi of the Congregation this past year, a
comprehensive religious school, early childhood program, youtn
activities and adult education and social programs are planned.
Rabbi Shoter. who has served the Flagler Granada Jewish
Center, in Miami, for 18 years before going to Sarasota and
Daytona Beach, where he was active in many civic activities
Jewish Federation, the UJA and Israel Bonds, is a member o
the Rabbinical Association of Miami, the Rabbinical Assembly
and the National Association of Conservative Rabbis.
The newly established Early Childhood Program is under
the direction of Mrs. EUin Heilig, who has had numerous years
of experience in early childhood education in the South I londa
area.
The High Holy Day Services this year will be held at the
American Legion Hall, 9081 S.W. 51 St.. Cooper"City, adjacent
to the Cooper City City Hall, with Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter and
Cantor Bernard Engel officiating. A children s service 1
held in the same facility.
Inquiries regarding temple membership, religious school
programs, USY (the teenage program) and the Early Childhood
Program, as well as tickets for the High Holy Days, are
welcome.
Bruno Says He'll Apologize;
But Won't Take it Back
By GIL SEDAN
and YITZHAK SHARGIL
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky of
Austria said that he was
prepared to apologize to the
Israeli people for derogatory
remarks he made to a Dutch
newspaper correspondent about
Israel and Prime Minister
Menachem Begin.
But, he said in a telephone
interview with Israel Radio from
Vienna, that he would not
apologize for his political views
on the Middle East conflict. "As
far as my principle attitude is
concerned, I have nothing to
apologize for," he said.
THE FUROR raised here by
the Kreisky interview, published
in the Dutch Protestant daily
Throuw, has not abated. Dr.
Elimelech Reimalt. chairman of
the Isarel-Austria Friendship
Association, has resigned in
protest against Kreisky's
remarks.
Dr. Lajos Leopold Gottesman,
the Honorary Consul General of
Austria in Isarel for over 20
years, also resigned and leveled a
blast at the Chancellor.
"Though I know that I
represent Austria and not you in
person, I feel deeply insulted as a
Jew and an Israeli," Gottesman
wrote in a letter to Kreisky.
Therefore, I find it impossible
for me to continue in my capacity
and as an act of protest against
you, and only against you as the
present Chancellor, I hereby
tender my resignation."
THE INTERVIEW in the
Dutch newspaper, Throuw,
quoted Kreisky as saying that
President Anwar Sadat of Egypt
did not receive a generous
response from Israel to his peace
initiative and was forced to deal
with a "political grocer," ap-
parently meaning Prime Minister
Menachem Begin. He also
charged that Israel practiced a
South Africa-like policy of
apartheid against its Arab
citizens.
Kreisky told Israel Radio that
some of the remarks attributed to
him were made in the course of a
private off-the-record conver-
sation with the Dutch journalist
and were distorted in publication
and taken out of context.
He confirmed that he used the
description "political grocer" but
said, "I don't think that I
mentioned Begin directly, but I
cannot deny it for the moment."
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Technion President Guest
At Luncheon in Miami
Major General (Res.) Amos
Horev, president of Technion.
Israel Institute of Technology,
will be the honored guest speaker
at a luncheon on Monday, Sept.
26, at noon, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
This event is sponsored by the
Greater Miami Chapter, jointly
with the South Florida Region of
'-Vomen's Division. American
Technion Society.
General Horev will report on
1 srael and the latest accomplish-
ments of Israel's oldest
university.
Gen. Horev became president
of the Technion-Israel Institute
of Technology, in Haifa, in 1973.
He is the first Israel-born
president in the Technion's 50
year history. A week after he
took office, the Yom Kippur War
broke out and Gen. Horev was
immediately called back into
Army service. For six weeks, he
did vital work as special assistant
to the deputy chief of staff.
General Horev has had a
distinguished career in the Israel
defense forces. He made many
major contributions to the
strengthening of Israel's se-
curity, through the application of
scientific and technological
methods. He was educated at the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
JCC Cultural
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The Cultural Arts Depart-
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begins the week of Oct. 30, with
over 46 classes for adults. Some
of the programs include,
weaving, disco dance, jazz dance,
pastel painting, parapsychology
and inner peace. Back by popular
demand is "Sunday Nite at the
JCC" and the Art Safaris.
Registration for the JCC
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program will be open to members
of the JCC on Oct. 18. 19 and 20.
All non-members may register on
Oct. 25. 26 and 27. Registration
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rfh of Zionism
""Jewish Floridian
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 22,1978 SECTION B
en Arabs And Jews Spoke To One Another
r MARTIN GILBER
0n Chronicle Syndicate
jely two months after the
| Declaration was issued in
r, 1917. the question
he discussed in London
how the existing Arab
in Palestine could be
t any special privi-
might be given to the
,t"hile the Balfour Dec-
envisaged at least the
v of an eventual Jewish
it was clear that it
i many years before such
ty would exist.
|he British intention was
[ clearly to make such a
_ even "an inde-
Jewish State'
"in accordance," as
lhad told the War Cabinet
T 30, 1917, "with the or-
laws of political
,.." How these laws were
garded was explained by
Tovnbee and Lewis
- the later a Galician -
- in a Foreign Office
r.dum of Dec. 19, 1917.
fcbec and Namier saw it:
J objection raised against
is being given exclusive
rights in Palestine on a
at would be undemocratic
_ard to the local Christian
Jhammedan population is
the most important
Tthe anti-Zionists have
raised, but the difficulty
inary. Palestine might be
[trust by Great Britain or
until there was a suf-
ropulation in the country
bvern it on European lines,
ho undemocratic restric-
t the kind indicated in the
ndum would be required
For the Allies, the first six
months of 1918 were dominated
by the need to avert defeat on the
Western front; then, from July,
1918, on how to defeat the
German Army, still entrenched
on French and Belgian soil.
Zionism, and even the defeat of
Turkey, took second place, and
with both Jerusalem and Bagh-
dad under British military rule,
the "Eastern" question seemed
less urgent. The ever-present
dangers on the Western front
were themselves made even more
urgent when, in March, 1918, the
new Bolshevik Government in
Russia concluded a peace treaty
with the Germans at Brest
Litovsk, freeing hundreds of
thousands of German soldiers for
service on the Western front, at
least two months before United
States troops could arrive in
sufficient numbers to make up
the balance again.
BUT THE War Cabinet did
receive evidence of the problem of
Palestine during 1918: "local
Arabs," Gen. Clayton reported
on Jan. 14, "still evince some
uneasiness at Zionist activity and
fear a Jewish Government of
Palestine as a result But at a
meeting of the War Cabinet's
Middle Fast Committee five
days later, at which Curzon,
Balfour and Lord Hardinge were
among those present, Sir Mark
Sykes pointed out that Arab
unease arose largely due to a mis-
understanding of Zionist aims
and intentions. Sykes gave as an
example the Arab belief that
Zionism "involved the ex-
propriation of Arab proprietors
and the handing over to future
Jewish tutelage of Christian and
Moslem sites."
Both these objections, Sykes
pointed out. "had been clearly
and emphatically disavowed bv
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their board members on Aug. 30 at Temple Sinai. The exercise
is designed to sensitize participants to the psychological needs
and barriers of different groups of people. From left are Linda
Myers and Bess Wein, participants in the session.
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Arabs and Jews
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the responsible leaders of
Zionism."
At its meeting on Jan. 19, the
Middle East Committee decided
to send out to Palestine a Zionist
Commission, led by Chaim Weiz-
mann, to help "in establishing
friendly relations between the
Jews on the one hand, and the
Arabs and other non-Jewish
communities on the other."
Among the Commission's other
objects were to assist "in
restoring and developing the
Jewish colonies," and to report
"on the possibilities of future
Jewish developments in Palestine
in the light of the declaration of
His Majesty's Government."
. WITH AUenby's forces in full
control of Jerusalem, and
, southern Palestine, it was
possible for the Zionist Com-
mission to make important
progress. For the Arabs,
however, with Damascus still
under Turkish rule, there could
. be no progress towards their
independence.
On Feb. 21, Leopold Amery
noted in his diary that he was
keen "not to make too much of a
splash locally with Zionism until
the Arabs have got a slice of the
cake themselves, i.e.,
Damascus."
But on Mar. 2 Balfour wrote
direct to Allenby. asking him to
allow the Zionist Commission
"considerable latitude and
authority to investigate
questions relating to the whole
future economic possibilities of
Palestine as a whole." Balfour
specifically mentioned, as areas
relevant to the Commission's
activities, "Crown, waste and
unoccupied lands, as well as the
existing Jewish colonies."
NOT ONLY did the Zionist
Commission carry out its work in
respect of future Jewish develop-
ments in Palestine; Weizmann
also made a strenuous effort to
reach agreement with Emir
Feisal. a son of King Hussein,
and commander of the Arab
forces which were about to
declare themselves at war with
the Turks
The British supported Weiz-
mann's efforts, so much so that
on Mar. 3 Sir Mark Sykes wrote
direct to Feisal from the Foreign
Office, urging him to give his
support to a Jewish national
home in Palestine.
"1 know. Sykes told Feisal.
that the Arabs despise, con-
demn and hate the Jews, but
passion is the ruin of princes and
peoples." The fate of the Empire
of Spain in the seventeenth
century, and of the Empire of
Russia "in our time," both
showed "the road of ruin that
Jewish persecution leads to."
THE JEWISH race "despised
and weak," were nevertheless
universal, all powerful, "and
cannot be put down." If you
challenge them, "you are like the
prince who broke the Roc's egg in
the fable and who ruined himself
and his nation." But remember
Sykes told Feisal:
"... these people do not seek
to conquer you, do not seek to
drive out the Arabs of Palestine
all they ask for is to be able to do
what they have not done else-
where, to return to the land of
their forefathers, to cultivate it,
to work with their hands, to
become peasants once more.
"This is a noble thought in the
oul of the Jews, they do not seek
wealth, or power, that is in
London and New York, in Rome
and Paris truly and in Vienna and
Berlin. Here are these people
after 2,000 years of wandering
looking for something that
wealth and power cannot bring,
that is the soil of the earth which
bore them.
"O Faisal, I stood by your side
when we came into Jeddah, and I
heard your cry when you saw
Jeddah your home rising out of
the water. It is that same feeling
that moves the Jews to seek for
Palestine, they do not desire to
go there in millions, what they
desire is to be able to feel that in
Palestine a Jew may live his life
and speak his tongue as he did in
ancient times."
ZIONISM. Sykes continued,
was a "noble and true impulse."
If Feisal were to welcome it, there
would be "happiness and pros-
perity." If he could welcome
Zionism, it would bring "hope for
your cause"; if he spurned it, he
would have against him "a force
which cannot be seen, but which
is felt everywhere"; and Sykes
added:
"It is no use to acquiesce in the
Jewish movement; to say I
hate it, but I will bear it, I will
tolerate this so long but presently
we will deal with the Jews.
"0 Faisal, as I hope for my
children's prosperity, I entreat
you banish such ideas, look on
the Jewish movement as the
great key to Arab success, as the
one guarantee of strength when
the nations come together in
council.
"Stand up for Arab rights;
uphold the rights of the Pales-
tinian peoples; make good
arrangement, but always as
between friend and friend, equal
and equal, and above all recog-
nize that the Jews desire to live
their national life in Palestine:
recognize them as a powerful
ally."
ON MAY 30 Weizmann ex-
plained to Balfour what he had in
mind as the basis of an agree-
ment between the Zionists and
Feisal. If Feisal wanted "to build
up a strong and prosperous Arab
Kingdom." Weizmann wrote, "it
is we Jews who will be able to
help him. and we only. We can
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t necessary assistance
.and organizing power.
[be his neighbors and we
]epresent any danger to
i are not and never shall
t power."
he 4 two years after
teak of the Arab revolt
nann met Feisal near
j the Red Sea. "We are
having Weizmann as
.he Zionist Commission,"
lyton wrote to Sir Mark
1 June 18. "He has done
I with Feisal and at least
ablished excellent per-
itinns. He has also had
cussions wiih Lawrence
> quite agree on the main
s." Clayton added, of
. .Hid Weizmann: "Both
[inn far ahad and both
pn "t Arab and Zionist
Converging in the not
turr."
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suci essful. and on .June
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\i the same time, three
battalions, numbering in
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all 5,000 men, were serving in
Allenby's army. Among the very
first recruits in Palestine itself
was the son of Mendel Beilis (a
Russian Jew acquitted of a blood-
libel charge in 1913).
Five weeks later on July 18
Feisal replied to Sykes1 pro'
Zionist appeal. He despised no
one, he wrote, on account of his
religion, and he added:
"... far away as I am from the
world's center, I have a perfect
notion of the importance of the
Jews' position, and admiration
for their vigor and tenacity and
moral ascendancy, often in the
midst of hostile surroundings.
"Therefore, on general grounds
1 would welcome any good under-
standing with the Jews .
"I admit that some ignorant
Arabs despise the Jews, but
ignorants everywhere are the
same, and on the whole such
incidents compare favorably with
what the Jews suffer in more
advanced lands
DURING the summer and
ian Panoff
wbbels
Haries:
\nal Entries
Btrieh 1945: The Diaries
seph Goebbels. Edited
ntroduced by Hugh
-Roper. New York: G. P.
n'sSons. 368 pp. $14.95.
fascinating to read the
in those who perpetrated
Kaust to read first-
insanity and evil which
millions to fight,
ind die for the Third
Goebbels. as Hitler's
Ifor Propaganda and En-
pent was the un-
its propagandist, mob
nd manipulator of the
I organizer of censorship
(taKanda and finally as
the media throughout
h. "Goebbels saw to it
firit.' was heard or seen on
forms, on the radio, in
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PROPAGANDA was
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I audience, becoming a
instrument of power
p reflecting the mind of
>r
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Seriousness of Action
Syria Hoped to Handcuff Israel
By YITZHAK SH ARC ill.
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Differences of opinion have
emerged between political and
security circles over the situation
in Lebanon following fresh
violence between Christian
militia and Syrian troops in the
rugged mountains of north
Lebanon after a two-day lull in
the fighting.
According to reports, Syrian
gunners shelled three villages
east of the coastal city of
Batroun, some 25 miles north of
Beirut. The Syrians reportedly
used multiple rocket launchers
and long-range artillery to pound
the villages of Diryah. Abdillih
and the outskirts of Kfifan.
THE HEAVY fighting last
Thursday and Friday, before
Lebanese President Elias Sarkis
held talks with the commander of
the Syrian troops in Lebanon and
a Christian political leader, which
led to the temporary lull, and the
renewed fighting forced thou-
sands of people to flee from the
area.
The differences of opinion
between the Israeli political and
security circles focused on
whether the Syrian action was
relegated to local skirmishes or
the beginning of a Syrian
military onslaught against the
Christian militia with the aim of
destroying Christian defenses.
Another difference was
whether Lebanon should be
Israel's top priority concern at
this time of the Camp David
talks. Political circles tended to
view the fighting as local skir-
mishes.
HOWEVER. the Knesset
Foreign Affairs and Defense
Committee subcommittee on
Lebanese affairs, which met to
assess the situation in Lebanon,
felt the situation there waa grave
enough, after studying reports by
security officials to call on Prime
Minister Menachem Begin to
meet with committee members
prior to his departure for Camp
David. Begin agreed and met
with committee chairman Moshe
Arena and subcommittee chair-
man Yigal A lion.
While details of the meeting
were not disclosed. Begin ap-
parently expressed grave concern
over the developments in
Lebanon and the implications of
the Syrian military operations
there.
Arens said after the meeting
that the Syrians had timed their
attack on the eve ot the Camp
David talks to tie Israel's hands
politically to prevent it from
taking any military action.
ARENS. however
Syrian President hL
and the Syrian p(
wouldbeanillu,S*'
that Syria would CM
destroy the Christi^l^!
Lebanon while i^T
Egyptian leaders are ml]
CamD David. While a3
not disclose what JE&
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Likud Knesset faction JTt
af^r the faction m^/
that some action would u!a
in view of the Syrian ,k1
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annihilation faced bT
Christians. '
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the Syrian action iTm!
overall strategy to'5|
Christian defenses in th*i
tirety from Lebanon. TheJ
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1 6-ounce bag prepared stuffing mix
'/i cup minced celery
1 cup finely chopped California dried figs
Grated rind of 1 orange
'/ cup melted parve margarine
'/ cup orange juice
1 duckling, thawed, about 5 to 6 pounds
'/i a lemon
Salt
Snip stems off figs with kitchen scissors. Dip scissors into hot
water frequently to cut figs easily into fine chop or use food processor
turning machine on and off quickly, several times; check frequently to
chop figs only as finely as desired.
Combine dressing, celery, figs, orange rind, butter and orange juice.
Mix well. Rub duckling inside and out with lemon and then sprinkle
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and roast as usual.
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Sepfc,,.

Record 75 Women
Worsening Economic Crisis
Study for Rabbinate Cabinet to Study Situation
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) A
record total of 75 women will be
studying for the rabbinate in
Reform and Reconatructionist
seminaries when the 1978-79
academic year begins next
month, according to a Jewish
Telegraphic Agency survey.
Seven women have been or-
dained as Reform rabbis since the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion (HUC-JIRl
began accepting women for
ordination and four now hold
pulpits. Four women have been
graduated from the Recon-
structionist Rabbinical College in
Philadelphia and one is in a
pulpit.
STANLEY SAPLIN.
associate information director for
gation Keneseth Israel in Elkins
Park. Pa.
RABBI SALLY J. Preisand. a
1972 graduate of the HUC in Cin-
cinnati, is the first woman rabbi
in American history. She now
serves as associate rabbi at the
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in
New York. Rabbi Michal S.
Bernstein, a 1975 graduate of the
JIR in New York, recently
resigned from the pulpit to start
graduate study
Rabbi Rosalind A Gold is
assistant ratibi at Temple H'rith
Kodesh in Rochester. NY. Rabbi
Deborah R Prinz is assistant
rabbi at th- Central Synag gue
in MarhfltT n Rabbi Myra Soifer
is assistatv -abbi at Temple Sinai
in New ( leans All were or
darned la lunt
the MUC-JIR. reported that a
tota' of 209 students are
registered for rabbinical studies
in the Reform seminaries in Los
Angi les. Cincinnati and New
York, and that 62 are women.
Jennifer Gabriel, registrar for the
Reconstructionist school. in-
formed the JTA that there are 13
women candidates registered for
the new school vear.
The only Reconstructionist
rabbi holding a pulpit is Rabbi
Sandy Kisenberg Sasso who, in a
unique arrangement, shares the
pulpit of Congregation Beth El
Zedek ol Indianapolis with her
husband. Rabbi Dennis Sasso.
who is also a Reconstructionist
rabbi.
Habb. Rebecca Trachtenber^
Mpert is director of student
aflairs at the Reconstructionist
College Rabbi Ilene Schneider is
principal of the Cyrus Adler
regional Hebrew High School in
Philadelphia. Rabbi Ruth
Sandberj; is director of religious
education at Reform Congre-
Rabbi Laura J. (ieller is
director of the Hillel Foundation
Center at the U n:\ersity of
Southern California Rabbi Karen
I. Fox is assistant director of the
Federation of Reform Syna-
gogues in New York.
MRS. GABRIEL reported
that four women are registered
for the 1978-79 freshman class at
the Reconstructionist school and
that there are two women in the
senior class
Saplin. in providing a break-
down on the women Reform
candidates, noted that all can-
didates must spend tneir tirst
year in Jerusalem, attending the
School of Jewish Studies and the
Nelson Glueck School of Biblical
Archaeology
Candidates then return to the
I nited States to continue their
rabbinical studies at th.- Reform
seminary in Los Angeles, the
HUC in Cincinnati or the JIR in
New York. Those going to Los
Angeles study there only for their
second and third vear. then go to
Cincinnati or New York to
complete their rabbinical studies.
That Geneva Jazz
U.S. Condemns New
Anti-Israel Resolve
WASHINGTON (JTAI -
The United States has con-
demned the anti-Israel
Declaration and Program of
Action adopted by a vote of 88-4
by the World Conference to
Combat Racism and Racial Dis-
crimination at its conclusion
in Geneva
However, the United States
noted with approval that the
document did not define Zionism
as racism.
A STATEMENT read to the
press at the State Department
pointed out that the members of
the European community .
Canada. Australia. New Zealand
.nd Norway walked out of the
conference and did not pat
.icipate in the adoption ot either
the Declaration or the Program
"because of language con
demning Israel."
The United States and Israel
did not participate in the Con-
ference, sponsored by the United
Nations, because it was based, in
part, on the UN General
Assembly resolution of 1975 that
equated Zionism with racism.
The nations that walked out of
the meeting did not participate in
the final vote of the Geneva
action, which was 88 to four.
Austria, Finland, Switzerland,
and Sweden voted against it.
while San Marino and Malawi
abstained
"WE ARE pleased that the
document did not contain a
definition of Zionism as racism."
the State Department statement
said. "We also applaud the
decision of our Western allies to
cease participation in a con-
ference on racism when its
participants used it to launch
pohncally inspired attacks on
"We share their view that such
selective condemnation deviates
trom the purpose of the Decade
which is to foster and promot.
universal principles to guide an
effective struggle against
racism.
While the text of the final
declaration did not contain a
definition ol Zionism as racism,
the Conterenie did attack Israel
lor "racist policies in occupied
territories and for relations with
South Africa.
THE: STATE Department
statement did not refer to these
elements. Privately, however
U.S. officials assessed Isarel's
relationship with South Africa as
"insignificant" and deprecated
"racist practices" as being an
allegation unworthy of repetition
in formal comment.
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Cabinet will hold a special
meeting Sept. 17 to discuss
Israel's worsening economic
situation. The discussion will
range over a wide variety of
topics.
First is the budget, which
despite demands that it be cut to
curb inflation, may have to be
increased by IL3 billion because
of wage increases, considerable
supplements to the police budget
for anti-terrorism activities an-1
the growing deficits in municipa
budgets.
THE government's action on
the problem in the localities has a
special political impact since
municipal elections are being held
in November.
Commerce and Industry
Minister Yigael Hun* it/ resigned
last month over his demand that
the budget be cut by 1L 3 billion.
He rescinded his resignation
hen he was promised that the
Knesset Finance Committee
would review his demand.
He says he still has not lost
hope that the budget will be cut
despite the sign that there will be
increases, not cuts, in the budget.
THE CABINET will also
discuss the worsening inflation
The finance ministry originally
projected a 30 percent increase in
inflation which it hascorrected to
an estimate now of 37 percent.
The Hank of Israel projects the
rate at 40 percent
Another problem is the
growing consumption in the
country and the fact that more is
being brought from abroad than
U ag< hi mands exceeding
the 15 percent ceiling -< t
by the government are ex
pectea to '< made by the
teachers, tax services, em-
ployees, engineers and
physicians. (The teachers
hart' already gone out <>n
strihr I'm i_____________
exported, which has caused an
increase of S3(Mi million in Israels
balance of trade deficit. The
government also expects to pay
off by January its public index-
linked bonds estimated at IL f>
million. Most of the mone\ is
expected to be spent by the
public, adding to inflation.
The Cabinet will also discuss
the expected Histadrut demand
that the freeze on cuts of
government subsidies for
BM'-ntial food items be extended
Biz months. The Finance
Ministry wants to cut subsidies
after the High Holidays.
WAGE DEMANDS exceeding
the IS percent ceiling set by th
government are expected to be
made by the teachers, tax ser
vices, employees, engineers and
physicians.
If any of these demands are
approved, inflation will increase
further In addition, the Ministry
ol Social Betterment i.-proposing
several new laws, including one
setting a minimum wage, which
will involve further increase in
expenses Despite economic
objections to the bill, they are
likely to be approved for political
raasoni
The Finance Ministry is
considering several measures to
slow down the deterioration in
the economy which it will propose
at the Sept. 17 meeting.
ONE WILL be to encourage
holders of the government bonds
to keep them under improved
terms. A second proposal is to
increase the interest rate to cut
down on credit. The rate for a
bank mortage is now 42 percent
annually.
The ministry will also propose
increasing fees for government
services such as drivers' license
ixtm
and auto reeistr,.
government pobcy **
any increase in the ;_.
"hich has a top M
Percent, but it might ^
gasohne now costs $l.<
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urge amir* the Xj
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IsraeCs first time capsule is planted by delegates to a unique Singles Convention
sponsored by the American Jewish Congress. The event took place in an AJCongress
forest near Golani Junction in the Galilee. Holding the capsule is Jeremy Alderson, of the
American Jewish Congress staff in Israel. The capsule, fashioned from a 105 mm. tank
shell, contains greetings from Israeli officials, photos of delegates to the "Singles Con-
vention" and other artifacts of American and Israeli civilization circa 1978. It will be
opened in 1998, Israel's 50th anniversary.
Headlines
Soviets Must Vow No Bias at Olympics
The American Jewish Congress has called on
the United States Olympic Committee to demand
assurances that the Soviet Union will not
discriminate against Russian Jews or Jewish
visitors from abroad when it hosts the 1960
Olympics.
Citing the refusal of the Soviets to grant a visa
to the Chief Rabbi of Denmark on the alleged
grounds that no hotel space was available.
Howard M. Squadron, president of the American
Jewish Congress, declared:
"We have been informed that Chief Rabbi Bent
Melchior of Denmark has been denied a visa to
visit Moscow as a tourist, ostensibly because
hotels in that city are booked, and the rabbi
would have no place to stay. This despite the fact
that Rabbi Melchior's traveling companion
Erik Hoist, a member of the Danish Parliament
was granted a visa though he, too, had no hotel
reservations."
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
said it was "disturbed" by the publication in the
September National Geographic magazine of a
1978 map of Israel and the West Bank mislabeled
"Palestine" and has called upon the editors for an
explanation.
The use of such a designation in the current
context, according to Arnold Forster, associate
director and general counsel of the League, is
puzzling since the map "is not historic in nature."
In a letter to Gilbert M. Grosvenor, editor of
the magazine, Forster said: "If this were intended
as an historic map, it would also be wrong for
Palestine, as you surely know, historically en-
compassed not only present day Israel and
Jordan but also, at times, parts of Lebanon and
Syria."
The former commander of the America Fleet,
Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, Jr., speaking before a
Community Relations Committee of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Houston, emphasized
Israel's importance to American strategy by
keeping the Soviet Union out of the Middle East,
where America has vital economic, political and
military interest.
He said that in 1970, when Syria threatened
Jordan with an invasion, the U.S. moved the Six
Fleet closer to the area, but the Syrian invasion
was actually stopped by Israel, which moved her
tanks to the borders. "For me," he said, "it was
bice an American Army on the Syrian Border."
Irradiation of the total lymphatic system,
followed by bone-marrow transplantation, may
provide the answer to the problem of graft
rejection that has made transplants of organs so
difficult This appears from revolutionary
research work by Dr. Shimon Slavin, of the
Department of Internal Medicine of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center,
who has received dramatic results in developing
tolerance to grafts in laboratory aajajaja
Dr. Slavin, who has just returned from the
...
International Conference on Transplantation in
Rome, where he had presented his paper, reported
on his work at a press conference held in con-
junction with the 64th annual national convention
of Hadassah.
Rose E. Matzkin, Hadassah Medical
Organization chairman, presided at the meeting
where Dr. Slavin presented his findings.
Zehdi Terzi, Yasir Arafat's PLO observer at the
United Nations, has been assigned a bodyguard
by the Security Division of the world
organization. The assignment of the bodyguard
was decided upon following the recent spate of
killings among the rival Arab terrorist groups in
the various capitals around the globe. Terzi, who
used to wander around the corridors and
chambers of the UN alone, is now always seen
escorted by a plainclothes security guard.
Former Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger
will present the Covenant of Peace Award of the
Synagogue Council of America to Golda Meir at
its annual dinner in the Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
on Nov. 12.
The former Prime Minister of Israel will come
to New York to receive the award, which carries
with it an $18,000 cash prize. Lillian Carter and
Nelson Rockefeller wen the most recent
recipients.
Irving Mitchell Felt, New York industrial and
communal leader, will serve as general chairman
for the dinner.
At a meeting in Washington, D.C., with
Brazilian Ambassador Joao Baptists Pinheiro, an
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
delegation expressed concern with the "upsurge
ui Nazi activity" in that country, and suggested a
Brazilian government program to locate and
identify Nazi war criminals before the German
law on war criminals expires next year.
According to Rabbi Morton M. Rosenthal
director of ADL's Latin American Affairs
Department, there may be thousands of Nazis
bving in Brazil, which has been described by the
Kw de Janeiro newspaper. O Globo. as "the
second largest refuge for ex-Nazis."
_."* i*rtlgeU|r noted the international
HK,i ,N" .meeting held in Brazil lest
qELTS! l6du)the arre9t of N"> crinunS
SSffc' nm Wagner- who commander oftha
Sobibor concentration camp in PokndweT re?
ponsible for the murder of tens of thousand/
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The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11-B
ist Alot of Palaver
fobody is Really Disarming
3LFGANG WAGNER
noverlche Allgemeine
|body U>U jit but nobody disarms.
[what Kast and West are
(to call detente the arms
Vinues unabated.
the strategic arms
i agreement between
ton and Moscow, did not
superpower military
achieved by even greater Soviet
troop cuts than necessary when
talks began.
YET THE Soviet Union insists
on equal cuts by both sides,
which would consolidate East
bloc superiority.
Given this tactic by the
Kremlin, impatience would be the
worst mistake the West could
make. A political decision is just
what Moscow wants.
The German Scene
indeed, it hardly
I further expansion.
VIENNA MBFR talks
|l> cuts in Central Europe
Irking time and an in-
number of countries
lined the arms race in
tears
lil-rich Arab countries and
Ive gone in lor military
le in ;i bin way.
enough to make peace
|h iind disarmament
Its in the West, who for
Lve untiringly drawn up
Ui'pnnts lor a more peace
d. gradually despair.
efforts are useless. No
ihat they come up with,
proves more powerful, a
^dominated, us ever, by
mistrust and lust for
| WOIILD'S trouble spots
leasing in number, and the
unreason seems to be
ground, not giving way
international order
I by peace and harmony.
|i- the background against
the Social Democratic
lenlary party in the Bonn
tat.' has called on the
line:-.: to appoint a
|r tor Disarmament after
elections.
federal government
has a disarmament
|but he is only a medium-
Foreign Ministry official.
H) Mi's feel he is not
I'hey say only a Minister
|rnough weight to ensure
country plays a more
part in disarmament and
nitation, one of the most
|nt roles Bonn could
I play in world affairs.
proposal is well-meant but
[ttul value. It is probably
k>n experience^ over the
ar or two. of a continual
ar between the Foreign
llense ministries and the
Bor's Office on important
of arms land disarma-
Arms and disarmament are a
sector poorly suited for tokens of
goodwill which do little more
than weaken one's own position.
What is needed is the opposite:
a breakthrough for specialized
knowledge. for expertise.
Specialists would nowadays be
inclined to abandon the ideas
evolved by the West years ago
when the MBFR talks began.
A NUMERICAL reduction in
armed forces on both sides has
been rendered largely irrelevant
by recent advances in weapons
technology.
No one will deny that the East
enjoys military superiority in
Europe. Even Moscow admits
this, arguing that superiority in
Europe is offset by worldwide US
technological superiority in inter-
continental ballistic missiles.
But this is an equation the
West cannot afford to
acknowledge. Its aim must be a
state of affairs in Europe in which
the East is no longer able to put
its military strength to full use.
THIS MEANS primarily that
some counterweight to the over-
whelming predominance of
Soviet tanks in Europe must be
found. Manpower is well-nigh
irrelevant.
The neutron bomb could have
been this counterweight to Soviet
tanks but it is not, for the time
being, to be manufactured.
Other options are on the
horizon, especially non-nuclear
armour-piercing shells with
devastating accuracy provided
by advanced technology.
The west could dispense with
these weapons if the Soviet
Union were only to withdraw
some of its tanks from Ceni ral
Kurope. But Moscow is not even
going through the motions.
So NATO may (possibly, that
is. rather than probably! have to
respond to the reinforcement of
Soviet armed forces in Europe by
improving equipment and fire-
power.
THIS WOULD be. not for the
first time, the very opposite of
disarmament and arms
limitation. But this is a sector in
which unilateral advance con-
cessions are not to be recom-
mended.
Militarisation is gaining
momentum in the East bloc
Compulsory military training at
GDR schools is no more than the
latest instance.
li.
J HCRSCRT BUOKC
i?im Di|tn,c>. Koato*
MOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON. D C ZOSIS
September 22, 1978
My Dear Friends:
I wish to extend my holiday greetings to all
people of the Jewish faith.
It is my hope that this new year will bring
peace in the Middle Kast, and at long last an
acceptance by the 20 Arab nations surrounding
Israel of the right of that nation to exist.
After 30 years of hostility and fear perhaps the
Israelis can arrive through negotiation at a
cessation of the uncertainty and terrorism they
have known since Israel was established in 1948.
I pray that this will be so, but I know that it
will be difficult.
The Sadat-Begin face-to-face Meetings broke
the psychological harrier hetween Israel and Egypt.
Maybe, now at last, the other barriers will be put
aside one by one and a greater understanding and
appreciation will develop among the Middle Eastern
nations. My wish for the new year is that next
year fimls even more hope for lasting peace than
this one.
Sincerely,
_^>f/nr.RBi;RT
JHB:cd
BURKE
Member of Congress
Conmlttee to Raalsct Congressman J. Herbert Burin
David Lane, Chairman, Patrick Brennan, Treasurer
**************
L'SHAVA TOVA from...
Larry
Smith
Democrat District 96
Florida House
of Representatives
Chairman Planning & Zoning Board
City of Hollywood 1975-78 President
South Broward Bar Association 1977-1978
Member of Board of Directors Temple
Solel, Hollywood since 1973
! HAS been due to a clash
Its' views frequently dia-
ily opposed. A Minister of
now expected to lean
political decisions.
Iher words. Bonn ought
nes u, set aside security
lations and put forward
to further disarmament
hat may.
impatience is understand-
In impatience is a poor
I"' especially now. Bonn
[influence the Salt talks
' have a say at the MBER
ke in Vienna.
"ANA the Soviet Union
sistently used delaying
I tor years, rejecting each
proposal and awaited
*t. which has been
Jly more in keeping with
|nlins ambitions.
meantime, the Soviet
fas not been inactive. In
since the MBFR talks
I Moscow has powerfully
both in men and
tr. its strength in Central
l the West aims at parity
pK'on, Moscow Is making
|t Kast bloc superiority is
i! 'aniy
We the following have endorsed the candidacy of
Lawrence /. Smith for the House of Representatives, District 96:
Maynard Abrams
Paul B.Anton
Robert & Aviva Baer
Frank Behrman
Norman & Norma Becker
Alan J. Blaustein
Hal & Marilyn Blitman
Louis Brecher
Mac Buckner
Howell Case
Leo J. Coslow
Lillian* Jack Cohen
Councilman Scott Cowan
Abe Durbin
Rep. Harold Dyer
AlvinB. Epstein
Grace Finkel
David Friedman
Hugh Glickstein
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
Rhona Miller
Herman Mitkowsky
Leon A. Moel
William G.Rabins
AbeRittner
Irma Rochlin
Commissioner
Arthur J. Rosenberg
Carole T. Sacks
Hal Satchell
Joseph L. Schwartz
Mollie Shapiro
Min & Sam Sherwood
Jack Silvers tone
My ra & Marty Smith
Commissioner Jack Spiegel
Eli Stiftel
Susan & Robert Stone
Eleanor & Paul Weiner
Joel Marc WilentzM.D.
R.B. Wolf son
Samuel M.Zeitlin
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Prid.
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Meet JNF's New
Five-Year Master
PlanRivlin
NEW YORK UTA) -
Moshe Rivlin. chairman of the
Jewish National Fund Direc-
torate, concluded a nationwide
tour by calling upon all
"American friends and sup-
porters of the Jewish State" to
respond decisively to the
challenge of the JNF's new Five-
Year Master Plan.
The plan calls for the site
development for 80 new villages,
the construction of 2,000
kilometers of roads, the af-
forestation of 40,000 acres, the
preparation of 12,000 acres of
wasteland for new farming and
1.000 parks and recreation areas
RIVLIN, in addressing some
100 JNF executives who
assembled Sunday in New York
from all parts of the country,
stated that "it is vital for the
Jewish National Fund to create
'land facts' in the Galilee where
only 37 percent of the population
is Jewish.
"By developing industrial
complexes, by afforestation, by
building roads and new set-
tlements in this largely Arab-
populated region in the State of
Israel we will reinforce and
extend our presence and,
hopefully, in the next few years,
make the Galilee truly and
almost wholly Jewish."
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years ago. "^"i
DR. SAMUEL I.
JNF executive vk. .
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predicted a 20 m^I
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Funeral HomeStSSL
201 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd.. Hallandale
Lots of Good Health and Happiness
for the Coming New Year
CD. Patterson
Plumbing
300 N.W. 2 St.. Hallandale 456-1350
Wishes A Happy New Year
To All Our Friends and Customers
New Year Greetings To All
FLAIR OPTICAl
SAM ROTHFARBOPTICIAN
CONTACT LENSES
Prescription Filled Broken LenseDup
Sun Glasses Ground To Prescription
Laboratory on Premise
(Repairs)
Dia| 927-2236______ 2723 HoUymodl
Leon's Prime Meats
Deli Shop
9137TaftSt. Pembroke Pines Phoned
Wishes The Entire
Community A Joyous New Year.
Smith Office Supply
2006 Hollywood Blvd.
Wishes To Extend To The Entire Commuwtf\
Best Wishes For A Joyous Sew Year
Have A Happy and Healthy New Year
Foremost Liquors
2 North Federal Highway. Dania
922-2221
Universal Spa
5832 Washington St.
Good Health for the New Year
Doctor's Hospital
of Hollywood
1859 Van Buren Street
Hollywood, Florida
Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
Sports Car South
1881 N. State Rd. 7 Hwd -*
Good Health < A Happy New Year
A Very Happy New Year
To The Jewish Community
Broward
Typewriter Service
5845 Johnson Street 987-6550
Bill's Paint & Body SI
110 No. Dixie H'way Hollywood
Wishes A Happy Nw Year
ToAUOur Friends A Custom!"
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Lumber 22,1978
\riousness of Action
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13-B
ia Hoped to Handcuff Israel
lioued from Pge 4-B
:k in the north is to
l Syrian military flanks
be hampered by the
i militia when they try to
the Christian holds on
of Junyeh, the lifeline of
stians and their outlet
to the sea, and in
curity officials say.
ACCORDING to their view,
the Syrian move after Juney and
Beirut will be against the
Christians in south Lebanon.
Should the Syrians be successful,
Israel would face a Syrian front
on its 100-mile northern border
instead of a friendly Christian
population and a Lebanese
government. This, the security
officials say, is in the long-run
more important to Israel's
than the Camp David
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL .
Dr. & Mrs.
Alex E. Maron
7744TaftSt.
Pembroke Pines
Shalom Caterers
6730 Stirling Road, Hollywood
Phone: 981-2338
Extends To The Entire Community
their Best Wishes for a Joyous New Year
White Seal, Inc.
New Roofs Reroofing Repairs
Ing-Sealing Painting
Free Estimates
nerman Street 927-1795
Health and Happiness for New Year
security
talks.
Lebanese Christian leaders
said that their enclaves in the
south are in severe danger of
being demolished by the Syrian
army. They reported the oc-
cupation of Christian villages,
house-to-house searches, arrests
of Christians, the capturing of
arms and the demolition of arms
caches.
The leaders said the Christians
will fight to the last man to
defend their women and children.
They also called for international
intervention to force the Syrians
out of Lebanon and for placing
UN forces between Christians
and Moslems in Beirut until the
situation is calm again.
MEANWHILE, Israeli Chief
of Staff Gen. Rafael Eitan met
with Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo, chief
of the United Nations peace-
keeping forces in the Mideast, to
discuss the Lebanese situation.
The official announcement
after the meeting said that Eitan
assured Siilasvuo that Israel will
use all of its influence to enable
the UN Interim Force in Lebanon
II'NIKII.I to fulfill its tasks in
south Lebanon in accordance
with the UN resolution last
March which set up the force.
The announcement added that
Israel will hold further talks with
Gen. Emmanuel Erskine,
UNIFIL commander, to find a
settlement in the spirit of the UN
resolution which stated that
UNIFILs task to help the
Lebanese government reestablish
its military authority in south
Lebanon.
Until now Israel has stated
that it can use its influence but
cannot force the Christian militia
in the Christian enclaves in south
Lebanon to accept its views. This
time the announcement did not
mention this element.
Best Wishes For A Happy and
Healthy New Year From
Dr. and Mrs.
Sheldon R. Levin
AND FAMILY
GARLICK, COHN, DARROW &
HOLLANDER, Attorneys
2421 Hollywood Boulevard
Extends To The Entire Community
Their Best Wishes for a Joyous New Year
BARRONS HOLLYWOOD PHARMACY
2740 Hollywood Blvd. Phone: 923-2456
Wishes The Entire Community A
Joyous New Year
Wynona Cleaners
500 South Dixie Highway
Phone 923-0402
A Very Happy New Year
fo All Our Jewish Customers & Friends
allandale Gardens
Dixie Hwy. Hallandale 456-2070
A Happy New Year
To Our Jewish Customers & Friends
Pines Opticians
Justin M.Weinger, Optician
[ I nivcrsity Drive Pembroke Pines
Phone 989-2020
New Year Greetings __________
Hallandale
[Moving & Storage
fV. 2nd Ave Hallandale 454-1200
\tings To Our Jewish Customers & Friends
Mornings tar's
Jewelers
|J9 Uorth 20th Avenue Phone 923-2372
HOLIDA Y GREETINGS__________
Divers Unlimited
IUywood Blvd. 981-0156
Good Health & Happiness
In The Coming New Year
HARLI
[ little smarter shop, with a little smarter
clothes, for the very smart gal
407 N.E. 2nd Ave., Hallandale
Wishes everyone a Joyous New Year
K&R ROSE UPHOLSTERY
192 N.E. 186th Terrace, North Miami
Extends To The Entire Community
Their Best Wishes For A
Joyous New Year
Collisioi
^oiusion
Specialists I
nc.
THE ORIGINAL
1000 N. State Road 7-441
Happy New Year
983-0573
Mall Barber Shop
Formerly Hollywood Mall Barber Shop
Hollywood Mall Phone 983-9599
Happy New Year to Our Customers & Friends
Astor Swimwear
Outlet
117 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
A Happy Passover To All
454-7880
LARRY KLINE WHOLESALE
MEATS AND PROVISION
60NEllthSt. Miami-Hwyd. Phone:921-8010
Wishes The Entire Community
A Joyous New Year
Herb Davis
Plumbing
2515 So. State Road 7 Phone 981-4100
A Happy New Year To All. .
Nu-Life Paint
& Body Shop
2111 S.W. 59th Terrace
A Happy New Year To Our
Jewish Friends & Customers
989-6040
Happy New Year To Our
Customers & Friends
Park Sheridan
Beauty Salon
3349 Sheridan St. 963-3890
Balogh Jewelers
of Hallandale
1115 East Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Happy New Year and Best Wishes To All
Green Harvest
Furniture
4171 No. State Rd. 7 Hollywood
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends 983-6649
4% Realty, Inc.
COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE
6011 Rodman ST. 431-6525
A Happy New Year To All
Happy, Healthy & Joyous New Year
MICHAEL'S
discount women's apparel
Famous Labels at Discount Prices
383 NE 2nd Ave. Hallandale 458-7660
AMERICAN CARPET AND INTERIORS
2811 Hollywood Blvd. Phone: 923-9009
Wishes The Entire Community
A Joyous New Year
Stardust Ballroom
105 North 19th Avenue
Public Dances-Singles-Couples Welcome
Tues.. Disco Thurs., Fri., Sat., and Sunday
Telephone 920-3957
A Very Happy New Year______
A Happy New Year To All
Air Conditioning
Enterprises, Inc.
2400 S.W. 57th Way 987-5255
Shearson Hayden-Stone
326-71 Street Miami BeacTi. Florida
Mr. Larry Hunter, vice president
and resident manager e
Phone 864-2201 A Happy New Year To All
J.W. Wikberg
Insurance
1742 So. Young Circle 922-1561
greetings To Our Jewish Customers and Friends
THE LENA VIS CORP. FINA.
901 N. University Drive, Pembroke Pines
Wishes To Extend To The Entire
Jewish Community Best Wishes for a
Joyous New Year
EMERALD HILLS MOBIL SVC,
3451 Sheridan Street,
Wishes to extend to the Entire Jewish
Community Best Wishes for a Joyous New Year
C. David Insurance
2841 Holly wood Blvd.
New Year Greetings
Cement Craft Inc.
Hy Solomon Myles E. Sher
2200 N. Dixie H'way Hollywood
Manufacturers & Installers
Concrete Louvered Fencing
A Happy Jewish New Year To All
RIZ, INC.
6040 Pembroke Road-Miramar-983-7208
A Very Happy New Year
From Tony Riz
Emerald Gardens Florist
4461 Sheridan St. Post Haste Shopping Ctr.
Phone 966-8262
Happy New Year


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Page 14-B
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar ofGreater Hollywood
Frida
V.!
Thanks for Living, Joan
Singer Does Her Folksy Stuff
By BARBIE ZELIZER
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
American folk singer Joan Baez
enthralled her audience in the
first of two performances at the
Jerusalem Convention Center.
But her appearance was not
without controversy generated
by her alleged pro-Arab bias and
her refusal last month to perform
at Neviot in the Israel-occupied
sector of Sinai.
A bomb threat at the Con-
vention Hall proved false. But
outside, members of the "Kach"
movement carried placards
demanding Joan Go Home" and
"Eretz Yisrael Belongs to the
Jews."
BUT BAEZ quickly
established rapport with her
audience, composed mainly of
Israelis and American visitors.
She sang without interruption for
two hours after giving a brief
explanation of her political beliefs
following her first song
She said: "My politics are
without violence. No one has the
right to kill another I believe in
Camp David (the summit con-
ference! because I believe that
dialogue is the way to end
violence ... I am here because I
love to sing with Israelis, like I
love to sing with Arabs. Germans
and other nations."
Her concert featured songs in
many languages including
Hebrew, Kussian. Spanish and
Arabic "in caae there's an Arab
in the audience."
AT THAT point, the audience
began clapping enthusiastically
to the rhythm of an Arabic tune,
to which the folk singer
remarked. "I 'm glad you've got a
sense of humor."
Last month it was reported.
Johnny's Moving
& Storage
5710 Dewej Street
New YearGrt etings
9$ 8520
Naturally
It's Binnie's
1622 Hollywood Blvd Phone 966 B680
Hti/'p\ \ Year To Our ( ist >nu & .
West Hollywood
Kosher Meats, Inc.
142 S. State Road 7
Hiillvuwxl
U ishes The Entire Community
A Joyous \<:. Year
Sonias Restaurant
2103 S. State Road 7 Hollywood
H ishes The Entire Community
A Joyou Y. :. Year
Irving of
Hollywood, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
112S. State Rd 7 bade 625-2194 Brow: 983-8357
Delia's Delicatessen
1140 V University Drive Pembroke Pines
Wishes The Entire Community
A Joyous Sen Year
DELI-DEN
4401 Sheridan St.. Hollywood Ph. 961-4070
H ISMS The Entire Community
A Joxous New Year
Palm view
Realty, Inc.
Sheridan St 966-7300 Uade 625-1414
.4 Happy Xeu Year To All
Pembroke Pines
General Hospital
2301 University Drive Pembroke Pines
A Happy. Healthy. Joyous Sew Year
Kravit Jewelers
Art Libman Walter Kravit
809 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Phone 921-6360
A Happy New Year
Suto's Hungarian
Restaurant
|1938 Tyler St.. Hollywood 925-9040
A Happy New Year To All
Sosner's and Doc's
Caterers
1111 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. 454-1234
Uis/ies Everyone
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Tender Touch
Unisex Hairstylist
5715 Hollywood Blvd. 983-3058
Bach To School Special
Cut and Blow 45.00 Wednesday Only
New Year Greetings _______
The Builders of
MEADOWBROOK
LAKES
Condominium
Apartments
Wishes To Extend To The
Entire Jewish Community
Best Wishes for a Joyous New Year
45 E. Sheridan Street Dania. Fla. Phone: 920-6711
Michael's
4V^T ?ASJE LNISEX HAIRCUTTERS
4o3o Shendan Street Hollywood
ishes Everyone a Happy New Year'
Chappel Picture
Frame Company
2940 SW 30 Ave.. Hallandale Ph 458-6932
Wishes The Entire Community ^
A Joyous New Year
erroneously, ]
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Nursing Home
440 Phippen Road Dania FV
927-0508
Happy New Year...
Al's Chevron Stati
ion
in \.\\ Hi, Street
N"rth\liamj|
W ishes The Entir, i ^n'tif^/v
A Joyous .Y.v.
Al's Family Deli
7(il NE 167thSt.. North Miami He*
Phone: 653-1820
Extends To The Entin <
"nmunity
Their he* t wishes for a Jay ,ms Sen Fw
H&S Auto Parts, I*
245 S. Federal H w >., Dania Phootl
Harry & Sidney Rubinstein
Happy Neu Year
Windoor Art
2021 N. Dixie Highway. Hollywood
Hcppy Neu Year
Travel Travel
3500 e. Hallandale Beach Blvd.|
Hallandale Fla. 456-3000
Happy New Year...
Transmission Worlfl
Jill \ State Koad 7. Hollywood
Happy Neu Year
Walls Alive, Inc.
Extends To The Entire ("ommunitj
New Year (iri (tings
2327 Hollywood Boulevard
Crissy Realty, Inc.
981-0270
Good Health < Happiness at Sew Yte
Chick's Tire Saks
1520 S. Dixie Hwy.. HollvwoodMOl
929-1153
Joyce Klothes
Collection
32 NE 1st Avenue. Hallandak. Fta 33W|
458-4874
_____________Happy New Year
Jewels Unlimited^
3313 Sheridan Street
Wishes The Entire Community
A Joyous Neu Year
Mark Gerlick
Certified Public Accountant
2110 Tyler SL. Hollywood
Happy New Year
American ******
Carpet & Interiors
2811 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood 923^


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HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
5739
To All Of Our Many
Friends And Customers
lluuioodFord
(00 N. Federal Highway
Hollywood
A Happy New Year To
The Jewish Community
UTO TECHNICAL
ASSOCIATES
12041 Hayes St., Hollywood, Florida
921-2211
[TuneUps MinorTuneUps
^nt End Alignment and Brake Service
Air Conditioning Service
lember olB.B.B. & Hwd. C. of C.
A Happy
New Year To All
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Complete Service Dept.
Body Shop 0 Auto Rentals
>llywood Call 920-6010
1700SheredanSt.
\Happy New Year To All Our
twish Customers and Friends
[Merchandise
Liquidators
Co. Inc.
150 North Federal Highway
Phone 929-1657
TO AIL OUR FRIENDS
Happy New Year
RO GOLF
ISCOUIMT
N. State Rd. 7 (441)
[Hollywood, Fla.
| QO>|A 4 Blks. N. Fashion
-O040 Square Mall
TheJeWishFhMian and Shofar of Grater Hollywood
Page 15-B


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NEW YEAR
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Happy & Healthy New Year To
Our Jewish Customers & Friends
Hollywood
Business Machines
303 S. 21st Ave.
Typewriters Business
Olympic Machines
Royal
Silver Reed
Smith Corona
Ph. 923-2337
Sales
Service
Holiday Greetings
Doctors Hospital Of Hollywood
1859 Van Buren Street 1 Block South of Hollywood Blvd.
Serving Broward for over 40 years
Complete 24-hour emergency room
Blue Cross & Medicare approved
Fully Accredited
Happy New Year To All...
Zachary D. Bial
Ivan L. Bial
Southern Photo Service
A Happy
New
Year
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All-Rite Real Estate, Inc.,
Donald Rienzo, Jr., Realtor
SPECIALIZING IN.
C0ND0 RESALES & RENTALS
4624 Hollywood Blvd. 962-5001
618 Atlantic Shores Blvd.
[0 Hallandale 458-3336

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2719 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, Florida 33020 Phone: 921-8810

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