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

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Jewislh Fllari'dliai in
e
Number 23
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Hollywood, Florida Friday, November 17,1978
Price 35 Cents
ving the Same Is Giving Less
wish Renewal: The Challenge in So. Broward
L BEN SALTER,
|EF General Chairman
jg 1978 our Jewish com-
land each one of us in it
a lot to meet the human
b'f our people. But, the
( reality is that these
knd the cost of providing
fices to meet these needs,
wing in disproportion to
If funding.
We have all faced spiraling
inflation in our own household
budgets. The same dollars simply
cannot buy the same amount of
food, clothing and other essential
commodities. At Federation, this
inflation has pinched our service
programs. The ultimate result is
that, with the same CJA-IEF
contribution, we can actually
provide less.
THE RESOURCES necessary
to meet these needs are available
in our community. It is the com-
munity response that has not
been sufficient to raise the neces-
sary dollars. But, we see the
bottom line of our Federation
drive not in terms of dollars
raised, but rather in the amount
of quality of service we can
provide to the Jewish people. We
raise dollars, but if we don't raise
the consciousness of the Jewish
community, everything else we
want to accomplish will not
happen. This year, with all of our
accomplishments, and they have
been noteworthy, we have fallen
short of that line. It is important
to assess our accomplishments,
not to reminisce, but to begin a
process of renewal renewal of
commitment toward meeting the
needs of all our people.
As we begin a new year, let us
pledge to ourselves, to our com-
munity and to the Jewish people,
a renewal of effort to meet our
bottom line by fulfilling the needs
of Jews everywhere.
What counts in Jewish life is
not so much what we profess to
believe, but what we do about
those beliefs.
jUtffe.
Ben Salter
*
2 Jews Elected To Senate;
Making Record High of 7
l.iti, chairman of the 1978 Premier Gifts Luncheon, which will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 6 at the
pheres Beach Club, met recently with some members of his planning committee. The luncheon, on
1 of the Jewish Federation of South Broward'a 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
j will kick off a general campaign solicitation for the beach building. Some of the members of the
Ittee, seated from left, are Ethel Gould, Ada Engelman, Mary Lipshutz, Lee Silverstein and Pearl
Standing from left are Morse Engelman, Aaron Krome, Kalman Rado, chairman Ben Klein,
I Slavitt and Jack Udia.
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Two of three Jewish candidates
for the United States Senate
scored victories and 22 Jews were
elected to the House of
Representatives in last week's
nationwide elections marked by a
larger voter turnout than most
pundits had predicted.
The victors in the Senate
contests were Carl Levin, a 44-
year-old Detroit Democrat who
unseated the two-term
Republican incumbent Robert
Griffin and Rudy Boschwitz, 45,
of Minnesota who defeated the
Democratic incumbent, Wendell
R. Anderson. The third Jewish
candidate, Jane Eskind, a Demo-
crat, lost a hard-fought race to
Republican incumbent Howard
Baker in Tennessee.
The victories by Levin and
Continued on Page 16-
\ace Treaty Political Clauses
\eet Fierce Cabinet Disapproval
Levinsky to Address Community Leaders
[BARBIE MEYOUHAS
I YITZHAK SHARGIL
tLSALEM (JTA) -
the heavy cloak of
t that surrounded its
Irations and the absence of
official confirmation, the
al conclusion here is that
abinet rejected the political
ts of the draft peace treaty
negotiated between Israel
Sgypt in Washington and
ound fault with many of the
' elements.
arts circulating here said
Dlitical clauses of the peace
met with fierce disap-
I by the Cabinet, and it was
to reject them at least
|Begin returns to Israel. It is
ed that Weizman and
gn Minister Moshe Dayan,
(chief Israeli negotiators,
could be called home at that time
for further discussion.
THESE DEVELOPMENTS
indicated that, from the
government's point of view, the
reports brought from
Washington by Weizman
revealed an insignificant degree
of progress in the negotiations.
The Cabinet's reaction to the
treaty drafts made it virtually
certain that they will not be
completed before Nov. 19, the
first anniversary of President
Anwar Sadat's visit to
Jerusalem.
Weizman appeared distinctly
unhappy with the reaction of his
Cabinet colleagues. He denied
that he was disappointed with
the two days of Cabinet sessions.
Continued on Page 4
Akiva Levinsky, treasurer of
the Jewish Agency for Israel, will
address the Big Gifts Division of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, Sunday, Dec. 17 at the
Diplomat Hotel, according to Big
Gifts Chairman, Nat Pritcher.
"The $10,000 minimum
commitment reception will direct
itself to the unmet human and
social needs of the people of
Israel and Jews throughout the
world. Our speaker, Mr.
Levinsky, is one of the foremost
speakers from Israel and an
expert on the financial situation
Nat Pritcher
of the State of Israel. He will
bring us up-to-date information
on the Jewish Agency and their
short and long range budgetary
needs," explained Pritcher.
The Big Gifts committee in-
cludes Dr. Norman Atkin, Frank
Beckerman, Lewis E. Cohn, Allen
Gordon, Sydney Holtzman,
Moses Homstein, Herbert D.
Katz, Paul Koenig, Ben Salter,
Jack Saltzman, Otto Stieber, Nat
Sedley and Paul Weiner.
The arrangements committee
consists of Gertrude Hornstein
and Phyllis Pritcher.
Mission Participants Increase Pledges
\llcrest Begins Campaign
rhe Hillcrest campaign of the Jewish Federation of South
kid's 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund wui
pnched at the Premier Gifts Cocktail Reception, Monday, Dec. n
S Hillcrest Country Club, according to Hillcrest Chairman, Bert
("Hillcrest has always shown dedication to the Jewish people, and
I will not be different. We anticipate our campaign efforts to Jar
d last year's dollars," noted Mock.
Hie guest speakers will be Morton and Val Silberman. Morton
nan is the immediate past president of the Greater Miami
Federation and the founding president of the Jewisn
lion of Palm Beach County. Val Silbennan serves m* n
rJ>an of the United Jewish Appeal's Women's Division *? "
chairman of the National Campaign Cabinet for the rionaa
To inaugurate the first UJA
President's Mission, held Oct. 29
- Nov 3 in Israel, participants
pledged $7,539,000 for the
regular campaign, for an increase
of 21 percent over their individual
pledges of 1978 and added
$6 702,500 for Project Renewal,
according to Frank Beckerman,
President's Mission chairman.
Beckerman and Paul David
Post were among 299 par-
ticipants of the Mission, hosted
by Israel's new activist presi-
dent, Yitzhak Navon.
AT A TIME when the world's
hope for peace in the Middle East
has been renewed, members of
the Mission visited borders
involved in the historic nego-
tiations at Camp David and
heard from two of Israels
foremost participating leaders
Foreign Minister Moehe Dayan
and Defense Minister Ezer Weiz-
man, Beckerman said.
The Mission participants spent
time learning the facts and seeing
the faces behind the historic
Project Renewal program for
rejuvenating 300,000 lives in dis-
tressed urban immigrant areas.
They discussed the project's
implementation with the national
coordinator, Deputy Prime
Minister Yigael Yadin.
"Through an intensive study
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee's pioneering programs of
aid to the aged, the handicapped
and the disadvantaged and the
Jewish Agency's efforts to
provide adequate housing, youth
care, education and resettlement
services to 25,000 newcomers and
unabsorbed immigrants of prior
" Continued on Page 11


Frank Beckerman


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In the program, sponsored by
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Jewish Federation of South
Broward. Udall will offer his
opinions as a spokesperson for
progressive politics in America
today, according to Human
Rights Day chairman Gail
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During his campaign for presi-
dent, Udall communicated to
America the convictions he has
voiced in Congress for more than
a decade and a half: "A respect of
the human and physical environ-
ment; a commitment to social
justice; and a belief in institution
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Barron
Schneider
vin Named to Chair Shomrai Dinner
Levin, M.D., has been
| to chair the Jewish
on of South Broward's
nnual Shomrai Dinner,
to Combined Jewish
Israel Emergency Fund
In, Ben Salter.
I Shomrai dinner will be
Iributors of $5,000 and
the Federation's CJA-
bDeign. The event will be
held Saturday, Dec. b at the
Diplomat Country Club. We are
anticipating a larger number in
attendance than in years past,"
explained Levin.
The Shomrai guest speaker will
be Rabbi Herbert Friedman,
former executive vice chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal and
authority on Jewish overseas
needs and Israel's refugees and
immigrants.
Levin noted, "We have already
begun our work on the Shomrai
Dinner. With the help of my co-
chairmen, Dr. Howard Barron
and Dr. Joel Schneider, we will be
able to reach more of our con-
tributors so they may pledge
both their moral and financial
support for Israel and Jews
around the world."
ttalnacht Memorial at Temple Beth El
kmbering Nov. 10, 1938
rampage in Germany .
traction of virtually every
ue and Jewish business
iucing Crystal Night .
i of the heaps of splintered
kitside the Jewish property
1 on that night.
[Jewish Federation of
|roward remembered that
1 years ago, by holding a
lacht Memorial on
Nov. 14, 1978 at
Jeth El.
|ARYEH NESHER, a
of the concentration
id Jeanne Daman, a non-
was honored by the
bent of Israel for her
Id in saving Jewish lives
pe Holocaust, were the
eakers at the event.
program began with tm
jion by Rev. David
|er of the Union
Igational Church of
Jale, followed by dramatic
i by members of the B'nai
louth Organization.
Iyer and the introduction
lywood's Mayor David
_ *ere made by Rev.
Tucker of the First Pres-
f Church of Miramar.
Keating presented a
proclamation from the City ot
Hollywood proclaiming Nov. 14
as Kristalnacht Memorial Day.
A PRAYER and the in-
troduction of Jeanne Daman were
made by Father John Madigan,
O.M.I., of St. Stephens Catholic
Church.
Jeanne Daman added a per-
spective of non-Jewish resistance
to the oppression of the
Holocaust.
Nathan Pritcher, chairman of
HI
wit
Dr. Aryeh Nesher
the Community Relations Com-
mittee of JFSB, provided
background information and
introduced Dr. Aryeh Nesher.
Dr. Nesher discussed the
affects of the Holocaust and its
importance to Diaspora Jews.
THE KRISTALNACHT
Memorial was sponsored by the
Community Relations Committee
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward in cooperation with the
Inter-Faith Council of Greater
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Chanukah originated because of the rebellion between the
Jews and the Romans in 167 BCE, when the new sacrificial cult
was introduced. A handful of Jews fled to the mountains to
escape the punishment of the government for their act of
"political terrorism.""
Word of the rebellion came to the people of Israel when a
torch was carried from the town of Modiin.
JEWS IN the Diaspora commemorate this event by par-
ticipating in Torch Runs.
The Jewish Federation of South Broward's Israel Infor-
mation Desk has organized the first South Broward Chanukah
Relay Torch Run to be held on Wednesday, Dec. 20 at 6:15 p.m.,
according to Chariman Norman Freedman.
At this time the first torch carriers will begin to run from
Young Circle in Hollywood. All the torch carriers will be spread
out on Hollywood Boulevard and 46th Avenue.
At 7 p.m. the lighting ceremony of the Chanukia begins.
The ceremony will include an appearance by Hollywood Mayor
David Keating.
FREEDMAN SAID besides lighting the Chanukia and
singing, there will be a multi-media show, "Here Is Israel." The
show includes Israeli actors, singers and dancers. During the
break of the show there will be a display of Israeli art and
posters on the Chanukah theme done by Hebrew Schools and
Day Schools.
Participating groups include Temple So lei, Temple Sinai,
Temple Beth El, Temple Beth Shalom, Temple In The Pines,
Temple Young Israel, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, Young
Judea and the Jewish Community Center.
Tickets for the show are available at Temple Beth Shalom,
Temple Beth El, Temple Solel, Temple In The Pines, the BBYO
office, Michael-Ann Russell, JCC-Hollywood Extension,
Jerusalem Gate in the Hollywood Fashion Center and the Dip-
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iii^Nov^,
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Peace Treaty Political Claui
Meet Fierce Cabinet Disapproi
Continued from Page 1
But he acknowledged that
many problems were raised and
that the Cabinet offered solutions
to some and set guidelines for the
solution of others. "I am con-
vinced that we are nearing the
signing of a peace agreement."
Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Seven Arts F"^f.n Association o.
wide News Service, National Editorial Association. American Association
English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Association.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (local area) One YearS7.S0. Out of Town Upon Request. Weizman told reporters.
Friday. November 17.1978 17 HESHVAN 5739 HE ADDED however "I am
Volumes Number23 convinced that it will be a
mistake if we do not reach an
agreement." He also said that the
time has come for the leaders to
tell the nation the pros and cons
of the peace agreement and the
nature of what lies ahead.
Plugging the Loophole
Congress has finally plugged up a loophole in
the immigration laws that has existed since 1952
which has prevented the U.S. government from
barring Nazis from entry to this country or deporting
those it finds living here.
The new law, devised by Rep. Elizabeth
Holtzman (D.. N.Y.) would "exclude from admission
into, and to deport from, the United States all aliens
who persecuted any person on the basis of race,
religion, national origin, or political opinion, under
the direction of the Nazi government of Germany.
and for other purposes." The law will also allow the
government to strip a Nazi war criminal of U.S.
citizenship, once he is convicted, and deport him.
The Immigration and Naturalization Sen-ice has
only recently begun moving against suspected Nazi
war criminals after some 30 years of unexplained
inaction. The INS already has a list of several people
who had arrived in the U.S after 1952 and whom it
will be able to move against under the new law.
Holtzman commented that the Congressional
adoption of the bill she sponsored "confirms my
belief that it is not too late to make our stand against
war crimes clear and unequivocal." Those who have
committed war crimes must not be allowed to
continue unpunished.
An 'Unsettling' Worry
Prime Minister Begin's statement after his
meeting with President Carter in New York last week
about the President's answers to King Hussein's
questions as being "very unsettling" in turn worries
American Jewry.
It is therefore good to note that Theodore R.
Mann, president of the Presidents Conference of
Major American Jewish Organizations, has gone on
record that U.S. Jewry stands behind Israel in its
policy on the West Bank and Jerusalem.
For undoubtedly these are precisely the issues
that have worried Begin so much and that Mr.
Carter has not made much of a secret about in his
determined decision to cut them away from Israel's
sovereignty.
may need some time to fasten our
belts, but we shall have a new
era," he said.
H was learned that the Cabinet
meeting witnessed sharp ex-
changes between Weizman and
other ministers. Some expressed
disapproval over the military
clauses, particularly the pace of
Israel's withdrawal from Sinai.
THEY INSISTED that the
final stages of withdrawal must
coincide with the completion of
the new air bases In the Negev
that will replace the bases
abandoned in Sinai.
Meanwhile
Y^gaelYadin^ft
that There still J^1
bas.c. very unponjj
"> concluding tkT
negotiations betwn
Jgypt and these are
differences on small *]
He emphasized that
no need to rush into
elusion of a treaty
basic treaty which will
our security and way 1
many years to come and
take each issue and at
ground it in accordance,
considerations of whatii
us "
i
Iran Mobs Destroy
El Al Offices
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
And DAVID LANDAU
TEL AVIV (JTA) Rampaging mobs in
Teheran, opposed to the Shah, devastated the El Al office
there, according to reports reaching the airline's head-
quarters here. There were no reports of casualties. El Al
officials said that flights to Teheran will continue as long
as the airport remains open.
The El Al office was located in the modern part of the
city. The one or two policemen guarding it were unable to
stem the mob which, according to the report, destroyed
the office completely.
THE DISTURBANCES continued and appeared
directed against all foreign establishments. The main
building of the British Embassy was set on fire as were
scores of government offices and international hotels.
Foreigners were attacked and beaten, including reporters.
The uprising against the Shah's regime by a com-
bination of students, left-wing elements and Moslem
religious zealots did not appear to single out Israeli
targets. But concern mounted here, nevertheless, for the
safety of the Iranian Jewish community, numbering some I
80,000, mostly in Teheran.
He said he believed the pros
are much more important than
the cons. "I am convinced that
the new way of life (with a peace
treaty) will be a positive one. We

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The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
\re Secret Agreements Made?
QtS
YORK k magazine has reported
,id was a series of verbal
between President
President Anwar
( Egypt tne Camp
summit conference
U.S. aid to Egypt
Jtegic matters.
ding to sources which
tk did not identify,
promised that a con-
0f Western nations
by the U.S. would
ate Egypt for any cut off
or reduction of aid from Arab
sources in retaliation for the
Camp David accords.
U.S. ECONOMIC and military
aid to Egypt and Israel would be
roughly equal after the two
countries implemented their
peace treaty, Carter reportedly
told Sadat in what Newsweek
said was a private statement of
intentions rather than a specific
commitment. Other points,
according to Newsweek were:
The strategic redeployment of
Egyptian forces from Sinai to the
>bi Malavsky to Lead Israel Tour
orton Malavsky, rabbi of
Beth Shalom, announces
will lead a tour to Israel
Dr. Malavsky has been
tours to the State of
r the past decade, two or
imes a year, and has
hat period developed a
^e of the geographical
ars as well as the eco-
rcli^ious and political
i hi'State.
g his upcoming visit in
he plans to meet with
es and key people in
receive first hand
e of the political hap-
penings, prospects, and outlook
for peace in the Middle east and
specifically in Israel.
Libyan border; secret
cooperation between Egyptian
and Israeli intelligence, begun at
the time of the Libyan-Soviet
build-up against Egypt in 1976,
would be expanded; reduction of
ihe Egyptian army by half while
increasing its fire power with
U.S. armor and weapons to
protect Egypt from the Soviet
Union or its surrogates;
agreement between Carter and
Sadat that U.S. arms deliveries
would be linked to progress in
implementing the Camp David
accords, including the West Bank
issue.
ISRAEL, for its part, would
benefit from American
technology to advance its own
armaments industry and would
be allowed to purchase the full
quota of F-15 and F-16 jets that it
has requested, Newsweek said.
Time magazine has reported
that the American draft peace
treaty under discussion by Israel
and Egypt at their peace talks in
Washington is an eight-page
OUR
Rabbi John Krug (second from lett I discusses missionaries and Jewish
home life at a recent event jointly sponsored by Temple Beth Shalom
and the Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward with (from left) Sumner G. Kaye, Federation executive
director; Joyce Newman, Federation president; and Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, spiritual leader for Temple Beth Shalom.
document spelling out the main
issues.
Time said that one possible
sticking point concerned Israel's
oil installations in Sinai for which
it may seek compensation from
Egypt or an Egyptian guarantee
to sell oil to Israel.

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)K, The Jewish Floridian:
American citizens and
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Is campaign to create a
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very fact that our Senate,
tially voted to withhold
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'nit, was coerced by our
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of how pro-Arab they
come. We believe that
i expression of outrage"
Ite Department has sug-
is a farce and complete
Bion to the glorification of
LO. and its leader, Yasar
| movie "Do Palestinians
Rights" is an un-
ated attempt to justify
terrorism. Despite their
record of carnage and
[ of so many innocent men,
and children, both Jews
^n Jews alike, the United
i has seen fit to legitimize
(-0. whose representatives
en accorded diplomatic
on.
vatched the rise of Hitler.
| the rise of Idi Amin on the
How long are we to
the jaundiced view and
ft bigotry of these so-
I world leaders"?
s day and age of spiraling
and people who cannot
edical care, nor the basic
ties of life, this
sible spending of our tax
undermines our funda-
human rights.
ultimate goal of the
an Rights movement is
nihilation of Israel.
ming 3,000 women from
Mroward Region of
<\merican ORT, we
bu to know that we can no
*'t idly by and remain
nor can we continue to
an administration that is
forming in our best in-
annot forget.
rill not forget.
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i^y-Noven^,
Jewish Family Life Is Focus^
Of First Institute Session
Former Deputy Prime Minister Yigal Alton greets Joel Weiss, a
participant in UJA Cash Mission to Israel.
Sherwin Rosenstein, executive
director of Jewish Family Ser-
vice of Broward County, will
be the guest speaker at the first
Jewish Family Institute session.
Tuesday. Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Jewish Community Center
Hollywood Extension. The J.F.I,
is sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward
Rosenstein will give an
overview of what the future
promises and what new problems
can be expected to affect Jewish
family life.
The second of the 9eries will be
held Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 7:30
p.m. This session will be a panel
discussion of the generation gap,
rising drug and alcohol abuse and
young people's diasassociation
with Judaism. The panel will
consist of a local rabbi, a
psychologist from Jewish Family
Service; a representative from
the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization and two local
teenagers.
The third session will be
Wednesday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m.
Led by Rabbi Robert Frazin of
Temple So lei, the session is
entitled. "When Two Parents
Become One" and deals with the
single head of household.
The Jewish Family Institute is
open to all members of the family
and the public is invited to at-
tend.
For reservations, contact the
Women's Division, Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Sherwin Rosenstein
Local Federation Leaders Kronish Attends
Take Part in UJA Mission Israel Convention
Joel Weiss and Frank
Beckerman represented the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward when they participated
in UJA's Cash Mission in Israel
from Oct. 23-29. The purpose of
the Mission was to see the needs
of Israel and learn how to turn
pledges into cash to meet those
needs, according to Weiss.
The October Cash Mission was
specifically planned for this time
of year to strengthen the cash
flow to Israel in the last months
of the calendar vear.
WEISS SAID the inflation
rate in Israel is rising two to
three percent per month for the
cost of living and four to six
percent per month for housing.
"One dollar pledged today will be
worth "5 cents in six months,"
Weiss added.
Mission participants spent
part of each day reviewing
successful cash techniques in
order to increase their ef-
fectiveness in their individual
communities. Weiss explained
the three parts of the cash
collection technique. "The first
step is to establish the dollar
amount collected in the com-
munity; second, review the
pledges made and third, develop
procedures to collect
"Israel needs
peace is costly.
the money
There are set-
tlements to be reestablished and
social and economic needs are
high." Weiss said. As the Jews of
the Diaspora, we owe it to our
brethren." he added.
Mission participants visited
Masada and stood where soldiers
pledged that Israel will never fall
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WHILE ON the Mission, par-
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sites, and Weiss said cash is
needed for that as well as for the
regular campaign. "In the
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there are more than just housing
needs; it is an overall package,"
Weiss explained.
UJA's Operation Pony-
Express will fly from community
to community to pick up
collected funds from old pledge
cards. Weiss said. "The time
being taken to pay the pledge is
done so at the expense of the
people of Israel." he added.
Sydney D. Kronish, executive
director. Temple Beth El.
Hollywood, will be attending the
annual convention of the
National Association of Temple
Administrators in Israel. Kronish
is a member of the Executive
Board of NATA and will be
participating in various
programs as part of the con-
vention.
NATA consists of hundreds of
executives of the Reform
Movement under the auspices of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. During the
convention, the participants will
be the guests of the president of
Israel at his residence for a
dinner. Kronish will be ac-
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The Jewish Floridian andShofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
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B'nai B'rith Sets
The cells in Vladimir Prison
have iron screens on the window
so no ray of light can penetrate.
The walls of the cell are made of
rough concrete so they cannot be
written on, and are damp. There
is a heating system but part of
the punishment is to keep it
deliberately low, even in winter.
The guards shove food through a
trap door.
Some cells have no toilet, only
a bucket or just a hole in the
floor. All the stench from the
sewage system returns to the
cells, which have no proper
ventilation system.
Conditions are worse in the
punishment cells. You are kept in
solitary confinement in a room
about two and one-half square
meters. The only light is from a
small bulb in a niche in the
ceiling. At night you sleep on
wooden boards raised a few
inches from the ground with no
mattress or blankets or pillow.
You are forbidden warm clothing.
Often there is not heating at all in
winter.
At 6 a.m. your wooden bed is
removed and there is nothing for
you to do the rest of the day no
newspaper, books, pen, pencil or
paper nothing. In solitary
prisoners get a specially reduced
diet black bread hot
water gruel.
The appalling conditions in
Vladimir means that almost
everyone suffers from stomach
ulcers, liver and kidney diseases,
or heart and vascular diseases.
You are allowed to send out
one letter a month but the prison
authorities can deprive you of
that right. If prisoners try to
describe their state of health or
the lack of medical helD in prison,
Career
Alternatives
Program Set
If you are looking to enter the
job market or make a change
from the job you now have, the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC,
Hollywood Extension, 2838
Hollywood Blvd. is offering a
program designed just for you.
The program begins on
Monday. Nov. 20. 7:30-9:30 p.m.
and will run for five consecutive
Monday evenings exploring job
!**** iwie rprhninup^ testing
for vocational personalities and
resume writing. The enrollment is
limited.
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their letters are confiscated.
Essential medicines are often not
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VLADIMIR BUKOVSKY
former Prisoner
of Conscience
Breakfast for ADL
The fifth annual fund raising
breakfast of the South Broward
Region of B'nai B'rith for the
Anti Defamation League is
scheduled for Sunday. Dec. 17. at
9 a.m. at the Hallandale Jewish
Center.
Alfred Golden, a community
leader, will be honored for his
support of the ADL. He is a
national commissioner of the
Anti-Defamation League and
vice chairman of the Florida
Hillel Community Board; past
national commissioner of the
Hillel Foundation of the U.S. and
past chairman of the Hillel
Advisory Board. Golden also was
recently appointed national vice
chairman of the Committee on
College Youth and Faculty
Programs of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
KING DAVID LODGE
MS. ELAINE PITTELL
JEWISH FEDERATION
Dear Elaine,
King David Lodge applauds
your program to help our
brothers in Russia.
I have been authorized to
contribute $100 from our
treasury to assist your efforts.
We would be pleased to have
your representative address one
of our Sunday morning breakfast
meetings soon. Please contact me
at the above address or call 921-
6708.
Sincerely
Milton Nagurka, president
Guest speaker at the event will
be Dore Schary, author,
playwright, producer and
honorary national chairman of
the ADL. Chairmen of the event
are William Littman and Joseph
Perlstein, and associate chairmen
are Ben Goldberg, Ben Miller and
Max Shapiro.
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mass meeting of the community
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will play when peace comes
between Israel and the Arab
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He stated, "The most pressing
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this can best be handled through
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The Jewish Floridian andShofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
men Take Mission Tour pro g^
Ly.five members of the
Federation of South
js Women's Division's
fed Leadership par-
in the first JFSB's
"Mission" Bus Tour
visited several
m supported agencies
j,g the Michael-Ann
[Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Douglas Gardens Jewish
Home for the Aged and Hillel
Day School.
The second "Mini Mission" is
for Hillcrest residents (men and
women) and is scheduled for
Monday, Nov. 20 at 1 p.m.
Participants should meet in
front of the Hillcrest Playdium
for the tour.
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Thanksgiving
Program
The Hebrew Day School PTO
announces its annual
Thanksgiving program at the
school on Wednesday. Nov. 22, at
10 a.m. for the pre-K through
fourth grades.
The children will have a
"tasting" program with foods
studied as to their origin and
symbolism in the traditional
Thanksgiving meal. The third
and fourth grades also will be
performing some choral poems.
The parents of the children are
invited. Mrs. Anna Jean Karden
is chairperson.
Also part of the program,
according to Mrs. Karden, is the
carrying out of tzedukah. The
children will engage in a canned
goods drive and donate the goods
to the Federation for needy in-
dividuals.
For more information, contact
the school office.
Mission
Participants
Continued from Page 1
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Post added that it was 76
hours of the most comprehensive
visit anyone could have to Israel.
"We were kept busy from early
morning to late evening with
exciting, new experiences," he
said.
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THE MISSION culminated
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Page 12
Tk. J,,,ish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Fri *ber 1? I
South Floridians At B'nai B'rith Convention
NEW ORLEANS Thirteen
South Florida residents were
among the more than 2,000
delegates, alternates and guests
attending the largest B'nai B'rith
International convention in
history.
They are: Rubin Binder of
Margate, William Broder of
Hollywood. Bert S. Brown of
Miami. Julius Freilich of
Hollywood. Judge Milton A_
Friedman of Miami. Alfred
Golden of Miami Beach. E.
Johnny Graff of Sarasota. Mrs.
Louis H. Gross of North Miami
Beach. Clarence Hourvitz of
Margate. Maurice R. Moresque
of Boynton Beach, Louia
Ossinsky, Jr. of Ormond Beach.
Samuel S. Sherwood of
Hollywood, and Jack Solot of
Hollywood.
The convention considered
issues of concern to both
American and international
Jewish communities, as well as
internal B'nai B'rith matters.
Delegates voted ai.
women from comftlfH
"J angles unit, TJH
delegates to future aL "I
to establish .TErH
Iael Lodge that w oft*
a financial resource for J^*
petition their govern*^
up their embassig^"
Mazeltov!
Your life-long dream of a trip to
Israel can be a reality. Because now
there are more ways to go to Israel
for less.
For the first time in 40
centuries,you can fly to
Israel for up to 54% less.
At $600 round-trip for a sched-
uled airline, it's the most economical
way to Israel since the parting of the
Red Sea. And if you go as part of a
group, it will only cost you $554* with
the new low airfare. So with all the
money you save on going to Israel,
you'll have more to spend on going
through Israel.
The Bible comes to life in Israel.
In Jerusalem you can slip a prayer
between the ancient stones of the
Western Wall. Or swim at Elat where
the Queen of Sheba once landed.
You can scale historic Mt. Carmel
where the prophet Elijah boldly
challenged the priests of Baal. Or
visit Safcd, one of the four holy cities
of Judaism.
The Promised Land. Now you can
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Now charter flights can
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Israel has never been so accessible
to so many Americans. Because
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The American Dollar:
It travels better in Israel
than in most of Europe.
With all of the ups and downs of
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to worry about the same kind of
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get more for your dollar in Israel than
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There's never been a better time
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"he place is Israel.The time is now.
Mazeltov!
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November 17,1978
The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
Bonds Sports Day Scheduled Nov. 19
first annual Sports Day,
irinn the slain Israeli
Lie athletes of 1972. will be
[Sunday. Nov. 19 at the
Lura Country Club in North
oi Beach. Celebrities from
orlds of golf and tennis will
[South Florida sports en-
sts in tennis and golf
laments at the day-long
in cooperation with the
of Israel Bonds Or-
ation.
highlight of the day will be
[Israel Tribute Dinner to
\r Philadelphia Phillies
er Robin Roberts.
BASEBALL great Stan
Musial and businessman Mar-
shall Berwick have been named
chairmen of the Sports Day
Robert L. Siegel, South Florida
builder and former Israel Bond
general chairman, has been
named tournament chairman for
Dade County. Ben Roisman,
chairman of the Broward Israel
Bond Country Club Division, has
been named Broward tournament
chairman by Gary R. Gerson,
Bonds general campaign
chairman.
Entrance requirements for the
Hodding Carter
Ithdraws Queries
[ashington -
State Department
lesman Hodding Carter
By retracted an af-
ttive reply he gave to a
rter at a press briefing
to whether Premier
fcchem Begin of Israel
ever acknowledged that
committed a terrorist
die' -" after he was
lenged by another
r and the question
reply were expunged
the official briefing
rcl.
QUESTION was posed
reporter for a far left
fcation whose questions
ently reflect an anti-Israel
When Carter said "yes,"
er reporter, known for his
prael sentiments, demanded
iw where and when Begin
made such an
^wledgement.
State Department
sman said "in his book,"
ently referring to Begin"s
pOgraphy, The Revolt.
reporter insisted that the
contained no such ad-
Dn, nor had Begin ever
bwledged a terrorist act in
fvr\ iew. Carter replied, "It's
tier of interpretation," and
I retract it, the whole
of questions and answers
Jgwith Begin."
SAN-WHILE, the State
trnint acknowledged that
mists Rowland Evans and
Novei were "accurate" in
report of replies given by
mud States to questions
by King Hussein of Jordan
BM luture of Jewish set-
pnis on the West Bank and
lers relating to East
Mem.
the Department continued
fuse to make public the texts
pe 14 questions posed by
Nm or the American
pises to them.
cording to Evans and
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sition' on the West Bank, and,
'What is the U.S. position' on
whether the self-governing
authority to be created on the
WI si Bank includes East
Jerusalem both in terms of
territory and people.'
tennis tournament will be a mini-
mum purchase of a $1,000 Israel
Bond, plus $50 in fees to cover
the opening luncheon, the
Tribute Dinner and special
prizes.
The tennis tournament will be
held under the patronage of Fred
Stolle, coach and manager of the
New York Apples professional
tennis team and tennis pro at
Aventura Country Club.
Entrance requirements for the
golf tournament will be a mini-
mum purchase of a $1,000 Israel
Bond plus $60 per person to cover
the opening continental break-
fast, the Tribute Dinner, greens
fees and prizes.
THE GOLF tournament will
be under the patronage of Julius
Boros, PGA tournament player
and professional at Aventura.
Chairmen Siegel and Roisman
said super prizes were being
planned. They predicted a full
day of excitement to be topped
by the Tribute Dinner. Guests
attending the dinner without
participating in the sports events
will pay $35.
Additional information may be
obtained by calling the Israel
Bond staff at 922-9457.


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Page 14
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Fri**y, Nova
The South Florida Jewish
community will bid farewell to
Si inch a Dinitz, Israel's
Ambassador to the United
States, at a Tribute Dinner,
Saturday evening, Nov. 25. at the
Konover Hotel, Miami Beach, it
was announced by Gary R.
Gerson, General Campaign
Chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, and
William Littman, chairman of
Israel Bonds Broward County
Board of Governors.
In their announcement they
noted that at the Dinner a
"Thank You" for a job well done
will be extended to the
Ambassador, who is being
recalled to Israel for a new and
important assignment.
THEY SAID, The Farewell
Tribute Dinner will bring
together a large gathering of
distinguished members of our
community and the nation,
representing all facets of
business, government and civic
life."
A distinguished career
diplomat and key administrator
in the highest echelons of Israel's
government, Ambassador Dinitz
is widely recognized as an
authority and spokesman on
Israel's foreign and political
affairs. He is no stranger to the
United States, haviiur snent
many years here in the service of
his country since shortly after the
establishment of its in-
dependence in 1948.
named chairman of the Farewell
Tribute Dinner. He said that
Kislak's experience and
leadership expertise in the Jewish
community will ensure a suc-
cessful "thank you" dinner for
the Ambassador.
"Ambassador Dinitz is an
extraordinary man who has done
an exemplary job under the most
adverse conditions," Kislak
declared. "It is with the greatest
pleasure that I am able to chair
this farewell tribute which
Ambassador Dinitz so richly
deserves," he said.
IN ADDITION to the Dinitz
tribute, recognition will also be
given to new members of the
Israel Bond Organization's
Century and Silver Honor Guard
Members of the Israel Prime
Minister's Club.
TEMPLE BETH EL
An Israel Dinner of State, in
cooperation with the South
Florida State of Israel Bonds
Organization, will take place
Saturday, Jan. 13, at Temple
Beth El in Hollywood. Dr. Philip
Gould has been named chairman
of the event.
Dr. Gould announced that
special tribute will be paid to
Abraham Halpern and Charles
Wolfe. The guest speaker will be
Israel Amitai, a well known
Israeli broadcaster. Further
information can be obtained by
calling the Hollywood office of
the State of Israel Bonds.
Gerson said that Jay I. Kislak, AMBASSADORS BALL
head of a national finance and The Ambassadors Ball, which
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tradition, will be reinstituted this
fall and will culminate the
calendar of events of the Israel
Bond Organization. The Ball will
lake place on December 25 at the
Konover Hotel and under the
patronage of the Ambassador of
Israel, it was announced by Gary
R. Gerson, General Campaign
Chairman of the South Florida
Israel Bond Organization.
Among the highlights of the
Ambassador's Ball will be the
presentation of a coterie of young
ladies comeof-age, to the
Ambassador in a ceremony
symbolic of their introduction to
the community.
Gerson said, "The
Ambassador's Ball is an occasion
which dramatically reflects the
ties between the Ameirican
Jewish Community and Israel.
The presentation of a coterie of
young ladies to the Ambassador
of Israel underscores for them the
challenge and opportunity of
growing up with an awareness of
the part which Jewish communal
life can play in their maturing
years."
Gerson noted that the
ceremony was initiated shortly
after the State of Israel was
established and has been adopted
in a number of countries in-
cluding England, Italy, Brazil.
Canada and the Argentine.
The young ladies are presented
in a gala atmosphere, providing a
memorable experience for all
participants.
Another highlight of the Ball
will be the presentation of a
distinguished service award to a
leading member of the com-
munity in recognition of
exemplary service on behalf of
Israel during its 30th year of
Statehood.
Technion Women
The South Broward Chapter of
the American Society for
Technion, will hold its paid up
membership luncheon at noon,
Monday, Nov. 20, at Galahad
North, 3001 South Ocean Drive,
Hollywood.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 16
Ask Abe
fegtion: Can you tell me who is Hephzibah?
Ezerial Felsher
HaUandale
er: Hephzibah, the name of a woman, is
oned in the Book of Zerubbabel, describing
Bions concerning the happenings at the End
vs and the time of the Messiah.
.ording to this work, the appearance of the
h will be preceded by the appearance of a
[je king of Rome, who will be the son of Satan
i stone sculpture of a woman; his name will
nilus (Romulus, the first king of Rome who
so be the last). Armilus will conquer the
i world, vanquish all the traditional enemies
|>me, especially Persia, and will unify the
world under his religion. He will be a
iial Satan as well as an emperor.
ICCORDING TO the descriptions, the writer
i to see in him a new incarnation, or a new
ance, of Jesus. The whole world will believe
and see him as god and emperor, except
lews. The war of the Jews against this
will be conducted, at first, by the
ah son of Joseph, assisted by a woman
Hephzibah. The Messiah son of Joseph
ather all the Jews to Palestine and
alem. but Armilus will overcome him and
lim; Jerusalem will be saved by Hephzibah.
lephzibah's son, the Messiah son of David,
rise, overcome Armilus, and the messianic
kill begin." [Encyclopaedia Judaica, vol. 11,
Us 1412, 1413.)
Booh of Zerubbabel is written in biblical
as found in the visions of Ezekiel and
i-l ll describes the revelation to Zerubbabel
events of the End of Days by the angel
Bel or Metatron.
face the story a dramatic one of many
[and apocalyptic disasters has no theo-
t overtones, it was acceptable to every
gical movement of Judaism (except the
fen of Maimonides).
ound in countless medieval manuscripts and
fed in many different collections, the Hook of
tbabel became the standard source for
potions of the End of Days and of the coming
By Abe Halpern
of the Messiah." (ibid, vol. 16, col. 1002.)
ZERUBBABEL, LEADER of Jewish exiles
returning from Babylonia, is identified with
Nehemiah (5th Century B.C.E.). In Hebrew his
name is Zrubavel, indicating his Babylonian
birth. The name appears in Prophetic Rooks, in
books of the Hagiographa and the Talmud. He is
the grandson of Jehoiachin King of Judah of
the Davidic line who reigned in 597 B.C.E.
According to some sources, he succeeded
Daniel in the service of King Darius of Persia who
reigned from 522-486 B.C.E.
With the consent of Cyrus, Zerubbabel
returned to Judah at the head of the homecoming
exiles in order to rebuild the Land and the Temple
(Ezra 3:2). He set up an altar for burnt offerings,
and ensured the observance of the Festivals.
There is a passage in the Prophetic Book of
Zechariah which states that Zerubbabel shall
finish the work of the restoration of the Temple
and topple mountains. "Not by might nor by
power, but My Spirit, says the Lord of Hosts"
(Zechariah 4:6-10).
HIS NAME, however, is not mentioned in con-
nection with the dedication ceremonies of the
Second Temple. He is said to have been recalled
to Persia. But his name did not fade from the
people's memory. It was embellished in the
Apocryphal tale of questionable authorship or
authenticity.
In accordance with the dates jjiven in the text
for various stages of redemption, the Book of
Zerubbabel was probably written at the begin-
ning of the 7th century of the common era.
It is interesting to note that in the United
States during the colonial period, the name Heph-
zibah was used. There is a city in the state of
Georgia called Hephzibah.
Please send all questions to:
ASK ABE
c o Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Fla. 33020
Temple Sinai Events Slated
Temple Sinai of Hollywood has
scheduled these activities: Nov.
10: Temple Sinai Youth will
attend a Sleep-Away Sabbath at
the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center, North
Miami. They will leave here on
Friday, Nov. 10, at 2:30 p.m. and
remain there through Saturday,
Nov. 11. Nov. 12: Men's Club
Breakfast, Sunday morning at
10. Sponsored by Mrs. Nathan
Ehrlich in honor of her husband's
recovery. Nov. 13: Sisterhood is
sponsoring a Coffee Klatch which
will take place in the Hyman
Hornstein Library in honor of
new members who have recently
joined Sisterhood. 1 p.m.
Nov. 17: Sisterhood Friday
night supper. Lipman Youth
Wing. Nov. 18: Bar Mitzvah of
Marc, son of Dr. and Mrs. Donald
Mandelbaum. Nov. 19: Sunday,
from noon until 2:00 p.m.
Youth Aliyah Lunch
The Hollywood Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its Annual
Youth Aliy ah Luncheon on
Friday, Nov. 17, at noon at the
Americana Hotel Ballroom,
Miami Beach. The guest speaker
will be Jean Feinberg, president
of the Miami Beach Region of
Hadassah. Renato Renzie, will
provide the musical en-
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required.
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"Smarty-Party" for the children
of Temple Sinai sponsored by
the Library Committee. Lunch
and surprise dessert activities
and fun for the children. Nov. 24:
Shabbat Family Service this
evening. Nov. 25: Bat Mitzvah of
Vicki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Siegel. Nov. 26: Minyan
Club Breakfast sponsored by Ted
Goodman in memory of his wife.
9:30 a.m.
B'nai B'rith
Slate Bazaar
"Bazaar 78," sponsored by the
Twin County Council, B'nai
B'rith Women, will be held
Sunday, Dec. 3, from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. at the Hollywood National
Guard Armory, Johnson Street
and Dixie Highway.
B'nai B'rith Women, the
largest Jewish women's service
organization in the world,
supports the Children's Home
and Group House in Israel, the
Anti-Defamation League, B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization,
Hillel, and various local com-
munity projects. Proceeds from
the Bazaar will be used to further
these causes of B'nai B'rith
Women.
A variety of booths will be
available, including new and used
clothing, housewares, toys, and
jewelry, arts and crafts, plants,
XT 4.L. /~' U baked goods, personalized T
iNatnan ijreenDerg shins, food, boutique items and
treasure shop.
Dies in Miami
Nathan Greenberg of
Hallandale, formerly of the
Washington, DC. metropolitan
area, died in Miami, Oct. 31.
Greenberg was born in Lon-
don, England. He was the
founder and president of United
Drug Service, Inc. until his
retirement nine years ago.
Since his retirement, he had
been active in many charitable
organizations. He was a member
of the Prime Ministers Club of
the State of Israel Bonds, and
was similarly honored by many
other organizations. He belonged
to B'nai Israel Congregation.
He is survived by his widow,
the former Rose Kravitz, three
sons and their wives, Mr. and
Mrs. Bertram Greenberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Greenberg of
Silver Spring, Md., and Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Greenberg of
Potomac, Md., 13 grandchildren,
and one greatgrandchild. Also
surviving is one sister, Mrs.
Arnold Baum, of Arlington, Va.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood^
Frida
y. Nov.
2 Jews Elected To Senate;
Making Record High of 7
Continued from Page 1
Boschwitz will bring the number
of Jews in the Senate to seven
a record total when the 96th
Congress convenes in January.
The five Jewish incumbents who
were not up for re-election
yesterday are Sens. Jacob K.
Javits (R.NY); Howard Met-
zenbaum of Ohio; Abraham
Ribicoff of Connecticut; Richard
Stone of Florida; and Edward
Zorinsky of Nebraska, all
Democrats.
In the House contests, two
Jewish incumbents were
defeated They are Joshua
Eilberg of Pennsylvania who had
been seeking his seventh term
and John Krebs of California,
seeking n third term. Both are
Democrats. Eilberg had been
involved recently in a conflict of
interest scandal. But the Jewish
contingent in the House will
nevertheless reach the record
level of 22 set two years ago. It
was reduced to 21 when Ed Koch
(D.NY), resigned to run for
Mayor of New York City.
Jewish newcomers in the next
Congress are Ken Kramer (R.
Colo.) and Howard Wolpe, a
Democrat from Lansing, Mich.
Kramer's victory increases the
number of Jewish Republicans in
the House to four. Also elected
yesterday was Martin Frost, a
native of Fort Worth, Tex., now
living in Dallas, who defeated
Repubican incumbent Leo
Berman by a six percent margin.
According to the Texas Jewish
Post, Frost is the first Jew
elected to Congress from that
state in this century. A Jew,
David Spangler Kaufman, for
whom Kaufman County, Tex.
was named, served in the 29th
Congress in 1845 following the
admittance of Texas to the
Union, the Post noted. He also
served in the 30th and 31st
Congresses
1871.
until his death in
Senator-elect Boschwitz, who
heads a plywood company in
Plymouth, Minn., was victorious
in his first bid for public office
though he had been long active in
Minnesota politics. Both he and
his opponent were former state
campaign chairmen for their
respective parties. Boschwitz
worked for the election of Richard
M. Nixon in 1968 while Anderson
campaigned for the late Hubert
H. Humphrey. Boschwitz at-
tributed his win to his ability to
attract independent voters.
In Michigan, Levin garnered
60 percent of the vote. A lawyer
who served as president of the
Detroit City Council, he comes
from a family long active in local
political, civic and Jewish affairs.
His uncle, Theodore Levin, was a
Federal Judge appointed by
President Truman. His brother,
Sander, served in the State
Senate and was twice the
Democratic nominee for
Governor of Michigan, although
defeated in the elections. His
cousin, Charles, served on
Michigan's highest court. The
family established enviable
records in the social services of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
and its predecessor, the United
Jewish Charities, the Detroit
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legislator received more than 70
percent of the vote, returning to
the House for his 15th term.
Another Jewish Democrat from
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re-election to a fifth term but by a
slender margin. Other Jewish
Democrats returned to Congress
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California; Dan Glickman of
Kansas; William Lehman of
Florida, who was unopposed;
Elliott H. I^vitas of Georgia;
Willis Grandison Jr. of Ohio;
Marc L. Marks of Pennsylvania;
and Gladys Spillman of
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The Jewish delegation from
New York was. triumphant.
Benjamin S. Rosenthal, the
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House, won a 10th term.
Democrat Elizabeth Holtzman
breezed into her fourth term with
more than 80 percent of the votes
in her Brooklyn district. Also re-
elected were Richard Ottinger.
Stephen J. Solarz, Lester L.
Wolff. James H. Scheuer,
Theodore Weiss and Frederick
Richmond, all Democrats and
Republican Benjamin Oilman.
Two Jewish candidates in
South Carolina were defeated.
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as Mayor of Greenville, trailed
Carroll Campbell who became the
first Republican to represent his
district. Jack Bass, a 44-year-old
author and journalist of
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