The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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

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

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

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tions on Assembly
ewal Must Become Our Slogan, Our Pledge'
miih campaign, endowment funding a; o .... ^ C
Soviet Jewry, resettlement,' ?t*5&^ 0n<* .again, with
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Irish Federation
[ Bro ward
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of 3,000 mem-
urican Jewry for
| Assembly of the
Federations
ost committed,
able, most bril-
is in the Amer-
imunal world.
embraced every
iporary Jewish
|jg family, syna-
relationships.
CJF's review of its process and
its interrelationships with the
communities, legislation, leader-
ship development, media-public
relations, etc., etc., etc. An in-
credible program filled with sub-
stance and your 18 represen-
tatives from the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward tried to
cover every aspect.
Throughout the conference, in
most working sessions and in
many forms, there was an under-
current of a recurring epidemic,
festering anew. The disease:
the unstable economic situation
plaguing the world and in need of
a scapegoat, as in the Europe of
40 years ago when Hitler offered
up the sacrifical lamb to the
economic ills of the world of the
30's, the Jews are again the focal
point. Anti-Semitism is alive and
well and flourishing
corner of the earth.
in every
IN A FORUM on World
Jewry, I anticipated hearing the
plight of the Jews in Chile,
Argentina and Russia, but I was
totally unprepared for the report
from our brethren in Great
Britain or from the sophisticated
countries of France and Belgium.
To hear of Jewish students
bening denied the right to meet
on college campuses, of PLO
offices being supported by demo-
cratic governments and allowed
to become the distributors of
anti-Semitic propaganda is mind-
boggling. This is 1978, not 1938.
In Mexico, just south of Texas
and California, anti-Semitism is
accepted and expected.
The theme for the 1979 Corn-
Continued on Page 2

------------ >~^.j uuHicpareu ior cne report v^ontinuea on rage c Joyce Newman
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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Hollywood, Florida Friday, December 1,1978
Price 35 Cento
toward Leaders To Attend UJA Conference
on of South Federation's delegation will be
lent, Joyce among 2,000 participants from
abined Jewish across the United States and
Urgency Fund Canada. Also attending are Mr.
Ben Salter, and Mrs. Nat Pritcher, Dr. and
ration's nine- Mrs. Meron Levitata, Nat
[to the United Sedley, Sumner Kaye, Federation
th Anniver- Executive Director, and Reva
Brence at the Wexler, Campaign Director.
c. 7-10. The Israel Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin will be guest of honor
on Saturday evening, Dec. 9 at a
banquet climaxing the 40th
Anniversary National Conference
of the United Jewish Appeal at
the New York Hilton Hotel. At a
time when peace between Israel
and Egypt will either be an
actuality or imminent, some
2,000 conference participants will
hear directly from one of the chief
architects of the historic accord,
responsible for negotiating on
behalf of Israel. Begin decided to
attend the UJA 40th Anniver-
sary Dinner after a deeply
emotional session in the Knesset
in late August when some 280
American leaders participating in
the UJA Prime Minister's Mis-
sion pledged $30 million in
support of ongoing programs in
Israel and Project Renewal.
The dangers and opportunities
inherent in the current tense
situation confronting Soviet
Jewry is the timely topic of a
plenary session to be led by the
Continued on Page 7
to Keynote 79 Big Gifts Meeting
eration of
19 Combined
rael Emer-
will be
lifts cocktail
Dmat Hotel,
for the
reception will be Akiva Levinsky,
treasurer for the Jewish Agency
for Israel, according to Nat
Pritcher, a vice president of the
Federation and Big Gifts
chairman.
"This gathering will set the
pace for the 1979 humanitarian
effort which benefits Jews around
the world," explained Pritcher.
"The Big Gifts event has been
held in private homes in years
Continued on Page 2
What Makes This
Campaign Different?
;ah Torch Run in South Broward
deration of
pukah Torch
Wednesday,
according
, chairman.
federation's
[Desk, the
at Young
All torch
lad out on
and 46th
rrier will
[at Temple
I Chanukah
lony to
{Hollywood
will par-
I ceremony.
"~wing the
lighting ceremony, the multi-
media "Here Is Israel" will be
presented. The show includes
Israeli actors, singers and
dancers. During the intermission
of the production, there will be a
display of Israeli art and posters
on the Chanukah theme done by
Hebrew Schools and Day
Schools.
Tickets for "Here Is Israel" are
available for $2 each in advance
at Temple Beth Shalom, Temple
Beth Ef Temple Solel. Temple in
Continued on Page 6
Norman Freedman
By BEN SALTER
CJA-IEF General Chairman
In an attempt to come to grips
with the realities of our 1979
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, we
have asked ourselves the mind
and soul searching question,
"Why is this campaign markedly
different from all previous
campaigns?"
From the welter of hopes, fears
and confusions, the unmistakable
answer arises, "A genuine peace
for Israel is now possible!" The
implications of this answer for
Israel for us and for Jews
Continued on Page 7
Ben Salter
Morris Udall to Speak At Human Rights Program
Democratic Congressional
member Morris K. Udall will
address members of the South
Broward community, Sunday,
Dec. 10, at 8 p.m. at Temple Solel
in observance of Human Rights
according to Human Rights Day
Day, the anniversary of the chairman. Sheila Katlin.
Universal Declaration of Human
Rights of the United Nations,
Continued on Page 15
trson Speaker at Community Day
S
"WJSrifes
tiunity Day hostesses addressed 7,000 in-
.ing Dec. 14 event to be held at the Diplomat
i special guest will be Bees Myerson. Members
mmittee include (from left) Bea MoguowHz,
Berman, Esther Robinson, Gloria Hess and
Bess Myerson will be the fea-
tured guest at Community Day,
Dec. 14, at the Diplomat Con-
vvention Center. Community
Day, being held under the
auspices of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward Women's Divi-
sion, is under the chairmenship of
Bobbie Levin and Audrey
Meline.
More than 1,000 women are
expected to attend. The program
will begin at 9:30 a.m. and con-
tinue through 2:30. Lunch will be
served. The registration fee in-
cludes the luncheon. Advance
reservations should be made to
insure available space. For addi-
tional information contact the
Women's Division at the Fed-
eration office.
Mayor David Keating of Hollywood (right) presented a proclamation
to Human Rights Day Chairman, Sheila Katlin, proclaiming Dec. 10
as "Human Rights Day" in Hollywood. The proclamation waa
presented in conjunction with the Human Rights Day program at
Temple Solel on Dec. 10. The featured guest at the program will be
Congressman Morris K. Udall. The program will begin at 8 p.m.
Refreshments will be served and the public is invited to attend.


Page 2
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar ofOnaUr Hollywood
Friday
Heller Addresses Young Leaders I
The November meeting of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Young Leadership Committee held at the home of
Howard and Judee Barron featured Milt Heller.
Heller is the director of the Young Adults and Young
Leadership Divisions for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The Young Leadership Committee is programmed for
potential Federation leadership. The monthly programs fully
explore all aspects of the Federation and its impact on the
Jewish community.
For further information of the Young Leadership Com-
mittee, contact the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
mmmm
Renewal
Continued from Page 1
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign is
"Renewal," and RENEWAL
indeed must be our theme. Not
just renewal of the slum neigh-
borhoods in Israel that we have
committed ourselves to through
"Project Renewal" but renewal of
the spirit and of our personal
commitment right here at home.
As never before, we must band
together showing our strength in
numbers, strength in our support
of our Jewish institutions,
strength in our support of our
brethren in their constant
struggle for freedom. Renewal
must become our slogan, our by-
word, our pledge. We must re-
commit ourselves, each to the
other, to ensure that the insanity
of past generations will never
happen again!
I link arms with my dead
Zedda and Bubba, as with my yet
unborn grandchildren, to ensure
that Judaism will survive ... in
Israel, in Jerusalem and in South
Broward. Florida. That is my
personal renewal to the
generations to my heritage
m the pledge I made with MoSM
at Sinai and renewed with Dr
David Hartman. the Honorable
Simcha Dinitz and 3.000 fellow
Jews at the General Asembly in
San Francisco.
As your president, it is the
contract I make with each of you
and I implore you to each join me
in committing yourselves to the
renewal of the pledge: Am
Yisroal Chai!
The Attorneys Division ot the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward has begun its work for
the 1979 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, according to chairman
Ron Rosen.
"This is the first year that the
attorneys have been so well
organized," explained Rosen.
"We are looking forward to the
campaign season with great
anticipation. We have a lot of
dedicated men ready to do what
is required of them for this
humanitarian campaign."
Rosen is hopeful that some of
Margolis to Speak on Soviet Union
As a member of the Florida
Attorneys Are Organized for Campaj.

the South Broward attorneys in
his division will be able to attend
and represent the Federation at
the 4th International Congress of
Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, on
Dec. 17. Included in the Congress
program are meetings with
Israel's Prime Minister, the Jus-
tice Minister, the Defense Min-
ister and Israel's President
Navon, as well as home hospital-
ity with Israeli attorneys.
For information on the 4th
International Congress in Israel,
contact Reva Wexler at the
Federation.
Ron Rosen
Allan Margolis, president.
WMBM radio and LOVE 94-FM.
will speak on "My Visit To The
Soviet Union." He will relate his
personal experience behind the
Iron Curtain involving his
det ainment and imprisonment, at
10 a.m., Sunday, Dec. 3, in the
Tobin Auditorium of Temple
Beth El, Hollywood.
a
Conference of Soviet Jewry, Mar-
golis visited Russia in May 1977
to help the refusniks. On this trip
he was detained and harassed by
the Soviet police and KGB for
taping an appeal for human
rights by Vladimir Slepak, a
leading Jewish refusnik.
The public is invited to hear his
address.
Israel Histadrut Foundat
to Sponsor Bruncheom
W
Representatives from Hollywood Beach buildings making plans for
the 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund are. seated
from left, Lloyd Kovel. Beach Plaza; Phil Oiender. Oxford Towers;
Dan Pollin, Stratford Towers; and Perry Simmons. Stratford Towers.
Standing, from left, are Sydney Holtzman. Hollywood Beach chair-
man; Lillian Bressman, Hyde Park Towers; Israel Tannenbaum,
Hyde Park Towers; Bertha Tannenbaum; Jacob Sherman, Cambridge
Towers; and Joseph Reiss, Cambridge Towers.
NFTB Board Elects Wyman
Owen Lewis Wyman of Holly-
wood was elected to the Execu-
tive Board of the National
Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods-Jewish Chaulauqua
Society (NFTB-JCSl for a two
year term at its 27th Biennial
1 ention in New Orleans.
NFTB is composed of 500
Reform Temple Brotherhoods
with 70.000 members in the
United States and Canada. The
Chautauqua Society is its major
educational project which helps
promote better interfaith under-
standing. Both are affiliated with
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
Wyman, a real estate execu-
tive, has been active in the Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign of Broward
County, and has served as presi-
dent of the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth El in Hollywood.
He is a life member of the
Men's Association of the Boston
Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for
the Aged and the Shriner's Hos-
pital for Crippled Children.
A book review, "Abba Eban
An Autobiography," will be
presented by Hester Kapelow,
noted book reviewer-lecturer, at
the annual bruncheon to be held
at the 11 ill crest Country Club,
4600 Hillcrest Dr., Hollywood, on
Thursday, Dec. 14, at noon under
the sponsorship of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation.
Mrs. Kapelow was born in
Florida and educated at the
University of Alabama and the
University of Illinois. From 1959
to 1972. she lived in New Orleans.
La., where she became a leader in
the Jewish community.
For eight years she served on
the National Board of the
Women's Division of the United
Jewish Appeal. In this capacity
she was involved in working with
Jewish refugees on their way to
Israel from North Africa and
Eastern Europe. Mrs. Kapelow
participated in many study
missions to Israel where she was
briefed by Israeli government
officials to prepare her for
speaking on Israel's behalf to
Jewish communities in the
United States. She has been a
resident of Hollywood since 1972.
In 1976. Mrs. Kapelow was a
delegate representing Hollywood
at the World Conference on
79 Big
Gifts Meeting
Continued from Page 1
past." noted Pritcher, "but due
to the growth in our community,
we felt the need to move to a
public room*. We are delighted
that South Broward has grown to
such a size that would warrant
the move."
The Big Gifts reception is a
preliminary to the official cam-
paign opening at the fourth
annual Shomrai Dinner to be held
Jan. 6 at the Diplomat Country
Club. General campaign chair-
man is Ben Salter.
a
Hester Kapelow
Soviet Jewry in
Belgium.
Dr. Morton L
chairman for South Bn
National Hoard
Israel Histadrut Fo
stand that Dr. Sol]
national president of tfatj
dation, has just retu
Israel and will speak<
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According to M
Goldberg, program
and Advisory Board i
the Israel Histadrut F
pianist Dorothy
entertain with Hebraic!
dish melodies. Mrs. Rorsfl
co-chairperson, im
Goldberg are residl
Hillcrest
The Israel Histadnij
dation provides finandtU
for the vast network of F
social sen'ice instit
Israel and is cu
its major efforts
viding low-cost
Israeli veterans i
families.
Reservations for theb
may be made through l
drut Foundation office it'
Hallandale Beach Blvd.]
612.
currently i
The Hillcrest building captains meeting for breakfast to plan the 1979
Hillcrest campaign in support of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund are
above (seated from left) Dr. Louis N. Kaplan, Ben Haiblum and Joe
Raymond. Standing from left are Hyman Gorim, Samuel Silberberg
and Alvin Hess. Pictured below are (seated from left) Joe Bloom, Al
Weiner. Felix Lourie and Arthur Rosenberg. Standing from left are
Isadore Rabinowitz, Sam Kotler, Alex Schnitz, Louis Weinger and
Mike Zeitlin.
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mber 1,1978
Ih^^^ondianandShofar ofGreater Hollywood
Page 3
mple Sinai Dinner Hadassah to Honor Peter Bluesten
'
f State Schdeuled
. Mrs- Herry Kaplan,
leaders in the South
[jewish community and
Sinai, will be honored at
pal Temple Sinai Israel
of State, Saturday
Dec 16, in the Haber-
Jitorium of the Temple.
I be the recipients of the
j}en Gurion Award on
Iof the Israel Bond
Lion.
|r preparations are
L Rabbi Paul M. Katz,
(meritus David Shapiro
and Mrs. My rim
fchairmen. Mr. and Mr.
lomstein are honorary
executive director of
I Sinai for nearly two
I served for two years aa
Iple's president and for
as chairman of the
I School Committee.
tieh L. Plotkin, lecturer,
expert on Middle
affairs and former officer
Irael Defense Forces, will
speaker.
ognized authority on
lional relations, in-
law and comparative
ent, Dr. Plotkin was
at the Hebrew Univer-
irusalem and the Univer-
ondon. He was the first
' Israel to be admitted to
University's Woodrow
ISchool of Public and
onal Affairs, from which
ed the degree of Master
I Affairs.
Germany in 1921, Dr.
km] his family emigrated
line in 1935. He received
Idary education in Haifa.
Ihe became a member of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaplan
the Jewish self-defense organiza-
tion, the Haganah, and was
active in its operations until
Israel declared its independence
in 1948. He served as an officer in
the Intelligence Corps of the
Israel Defense Forces, which he
joined on the first day of its
establishment.
Hillcrest Women
Aim to Raise
$100,000
A goal of $100,000 has been set
by the Hillcrest Women's
Division Steering Committee of
the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Federation Campaign. Co-chair-
women are Alice Berezin and
Gloria Hess.
The women raised $78,000 la3t
year.
The committee, which held its
first meeting at the home of Mrs.
Hess, plans its annual luncheon
at the Hillcrest Country Club on
Monday, Jan. 29.
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ggy* the Hallandale
"'Best, will be honored at a
Bond with Israel brunch spon-
*fed by the South Broward
Hadassah on Tuesday, Dec 12
SLlil ami' ,.at TemP'e Beth'
Shalom, Hollywood, it was
announced by Esther Cannon,
Kegion President and Helen
Kamer, Region Bond Chairman.
Bluesten is past president of
the Hallandale Jewish Center and
the Sunshine Lodge of B'nai
b rith. He has served on the
Executive Board of the Zionist
Organization of America and is
past Department Commander of
the State of Florida Jewish War
Veterans. He is a member of the
Disabled American Veterans,
Chapter. 35. He served as a
member of the Board of Directors
of the Hallandale Chamber of
Commerce and has been honored
by them and by the United Way.
Bluesten will be the recipient of
the David Ben Gurion Award,
presented for extraordinary
service to the community and the
State of Israel.
Heading preparations for the
Bond-with-Israel brunch are the
following Hadassah Israel Bond
Chairmen: Helen Fromm,
Hallandale; Shirley Green,
Hollywood, and Rose Weisner,
Southwest Broward. Mrs. Irma
Rochlin is chairman of the Israel
Bonds South Broward Women's
Division.
William Littman, chairman of
the Broward Israel Bonds Board
of Governors, announced that
Israel Amitai, Israeli television
producer and former editor of one
of Israel's daily newspapers, will
be the guest speaker. Amitai is a
Sabra (native-born Israeli). As a
youth, he served in the Haganah,
the defense organization of the
Jewish community prior to the
establishment of the State of
Israel. In World War II, he
served in the regiments organized
by the Jewish Agency in co-
operation with the British
government. In 1948, he fought
in Israel's War of Independence,
achieving the rank of captain in
Israel's Defense Forces.
He has produced and directed
over 1,000 television programs in
the areas of public affairs, the
arts, culture and education, as
well as many programs for ethnic
groups in their native tongues.
Peter Bluesten
Israel Amitai


Sherwin Rosenstein, executive director of the Jewish Family Service
of Broward County, opened the 1978 Jewish Family Institute on Nov.
21. The Institute, under auspices of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Women's Division, centers around the problems facing the
Jewish Family of the 1980's. The next session of the Jewish Family
Institute will be held at the Jewish Community Center-Hollywood
Extension, 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 7. Refreshments are served at
all sessions and the public is invited to attend.


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Friday, December 1,1978
Volume 8
1
KISLEV5739
Number 24
A University Whitewash
We view the University of Florida action in the
case of the Greek letter fraternities, Kappa Alpha
and Sigma Epsilon, as a gutless whitewash.
Members of these fraternities attacked a Jewish
fraternity house on campus, Tau Epsilon Phi. The
"honorable" college "students" caused damage,
engaged in verbal assault and shouted the most
revolting kind of anti-Semitic epithets.
Following University President Robert Q.
Marston's call for a "detailed investigation," the
Judiciary Committee of the Interfraternity Council
declared the fraternities innocent "as groups,"
although guilty of "provocative conduct."
That"s like slapping the claw of a Bengal tiger.
We had a hunch that a whitewash was in the
offing, and it was our considered opinion that the
interested community may have left university
officials no alternative because of the harsh terms of
the punishment they demanded revocation of the
charters of the fraternity.
No Hope Remains
Now that the simian hooligans involved have
gotten off scot free, it may be beside the point. Still,
it strikes us that what they lack is a knowledge of
history the history of the Holocaust, which reeks
with the odor of blood and murder.
What the University of Florida might better
have done was to rub the noses of these simians in
that history that blood and that murder by
requiring of them as a precondition to their continued
existence on campus that they take courses in the
Holocaust and be held academically accountable for a
demonstration of what they have learned.
Then, perhaps, they might have been less in-
clined to scream on the campus of a supposed in-
stitution of higher learning, supported by your taxes
and ours, such epithets as "F the Jews" and "Your
mother...was a lampshade." '
Even Apeneck Sweeney "jacknifes erect," T S
Eliot tells us. Possibly, the apenecks at the
University of Florida might have come alive as
human beings and learned sorMthing about the con-
sequences of hatred.
As it is, no such hope remains for them or for
the rest of us.
UNESCO Condemns Israel
PARIS (JTA) A UN special commission has
adopted an Arab-sponsored resolution condemning Israel
for its archaeological and cultural activities in Jerusalem
and reaffirmed the continued applications of UNESCO
sanctions vote in 1974. The vote was 59 in favor, 22 '
against and eight abstentions. The United States and
most Western countries voted against.
The resolution must still be adopted by the General
Conference, the Supreme Body of United Nations
Educational Social and Cultural Organization, to become
final but this is considered a mere formality. Decome
A similar resolution in 1974 plunged UNESCO mr .
deep crisis. The United States iSSStoMrfelfhSU
dues and hundreds of artisu.TteSXS
refused to cooperate with the organization to protest what
was described as its politicization." *<. wnac
After the vote results were read out, the American
delegate took the floor. He said. "My silence KT2
indicate the weakening of the American governments
opposition to sanction which we consider extraconstitu
tional unfair and contrary to normal practice. We keDt
silent because important negotiations are takin* nlam
elsewhere and we did not want to inflame the debate
which might have been prejudicial to these talks."
THIS IS the first anniversary
of the so-called "Sadat peace
initiative," his flight to Jeru-
salem, but the occurrence
deserves comment for more
reasons than that.
There are two issues to be
taken into account here so far as I
see them. The first is that it is not
a peace initiative at all. It is,
instead, an insidious operation to
chop Israel down to size, which
Sadat attempted and failed to do
in the 1973 war.
The second issue is that it was
not Sadat's initiative. Sadat did
not initiate the current peace
effort. What he did was to
respond to peace signals from
Israel to all of Araby from 1948
on, and to Egypt in particular
beginning as early as in 1975.
THIS SECOND issue is im-
portant because we are per-
mitting history to be rewritten
now by political leaders, their
propagandists and a pompous
world press grown weary of
reporting but eager to be ac-
credited as adjuncts to some
diplomatic corps.
The result is a predictable view
of Israel predominantly
characterized in the columns of
the news media as "in-
transigent." a four-syllable word
much too complex for journalists
Mindlin
to have come up with on their
own, and exposing their
eagerness to fulfill the role of
handmaiden to the politicians
and their propagandists in a
spirit of phony piety.
And we are being treated to a
portrait of Anwar Sadat who,
despite this ugly "Israeli in-
transigence," is urging the stiff-
necked Jews to make peace
before he lowers the boom and
chucks his "initiative" as a
prelude to some ultimate Middle
East Armageddon.
THE SCENARIO is lovely. I
am almost moved to tears, except
that I must reserve them for an
American Jewish community
that is swallowing it all script,
setting and stage-lighting.
I can understand the rest of the
90U|
farbieien* mam,^
broad whoTS"
Davtd accord? VVhv^y
on every EgyptJ **1
Israeli immortality?
AT THE SAME .
"ample, as they hav,
the reoJ AshrVf clir
Ohorbal whose cbaWj
an Egyptian eSj
America was marked lj,
anti-Semitic overtone,,
nail nun in their (
communal balk, 4
Vx* from bimah
spreading the new
Anwar Sadat, which
they frame and a
though Sadat were
day Messiah.
ri,Thy1notLonlyforW<
Ghorbal, they totmL
Sadat as well, whose hen,
youth was Adolf Hitler.
Political leaders, of c
permitted to chiaj
Menachem Begin hunaff
seemed to turn his badtoai
Herut principles the i
advocacy of which kept!
of the highest halls of I
for three decades.
AND SO, America,,
leaders forget and forgjJ
erstwhile enemies. Audi]
spirit of forgiveness, tktl
Begin, too. now that (
become kosher in their era I
They hail him as if that]
acceptable equivalency
Herut principles, Sadat'i
ful fling with Nazi sple
Ghorbal's use of loose j
Semitic talk in Latin i
his advocacy of the Arise
Still, Sadat has the i
Begin in their eyes. Theirs
Sadat is more in keeps,]
with the London Timn'i
ializing on this yeari I
Peace Prize
OPINED THE Tiim'
hard not to feel that by s
Mr. Sadat share the awaifj
Mr. Begin, the Nobel (
have detracted a good <
its value."
Admittedly, America I
don't go quite that fir.
effect on their new ina
the same. Indeed, ikJ
irritated that Begin doealj
up Israel's tent and give I
faster than he has -And
reserve their greatest ta|
Continued on Page 11
Disney World Shuns PLO Dam
By GENE STARN
Heritage
It was billed as the Palestinian
National Folk Dance Group, and
they were scheduled to perform
at Walt Disney World's Magic
Kingdom.
The performance never took
place.
The dance troupe, composed of
Palestinian Arab teenagers from
Lebanon, was on a national tour
of the U.S. sponsored by the
United Holy Land Fund, pur-
ported to supply funding to
orphanages and hospitals in
Lebanon
. THE NIGHT before, however
in s town outside West Palm
Beach, the group had put on a
rousing fuwT-raiaing event for the
*,1LOJbefore 260 southern
n"n"' mostly Arabs, who
paid 20 each to see the event.
The performance was strictly
anti-Israel propaganda, ac-
cording to a reliable source. The
dancers were dressed in army
camouflage uniforms and boots
and carried toy machine-guns'
Their dance depicted Israeli
soldiers killing innocent Arab
women and children.
After the program, posters of
Yasir Arafat, booklets and other
propaganda materials were sold
to the enthusiastic crowd. There
was no doubt of where the money
was to go to help support the
Palestine Liberation
Organization terrorists.
AMONG THE enthusiasts in
attendance were Dr. Hatem
Hussaini, the PLO's Washington
spokesman, and Fatima Bar
naoui, a PLO terrorist who spent
10 years in an Israeli prison for I
attempting to blow up a theater
in Jerusalem.
Disney World had booked the
dance group into the Magic
Kingdom as part of their normal
entertainment programming,
performed in front of Cinderella's
castle by local high school bands
various ethnic groups or even ^SSm 3
their own bands and actors. ^7 wonder^
' to let them perform
previewing their set
"THEY HAVE "^
to entertsin and perfe"
anyone else," "l!
"as long as their r*
does not offend at*
preview all scU here,
fnalm our dedsioo *
their performance.
But by 1p.m., to*'
bad not shown up*'
preview. Disney o*""1
to cancel the performs**
Visitors in fronto"
Castle Ssturday^tsri
make do with the M
Uinment offered stwf
Kingdom. There we
ichod bsnds ply*J
Uin *"f&T
appearances of ""T' s
number of
A last-minute alert to a
possible propaganda effort by the
dance troupe, however, lad
Disney officials to a decision not
Kingdom like
others st the par*
But there
And no one was


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 6
Merest to Kick OB CJA-IEF Campaign "~
ternier Gift Cocktail Party
Lnch the Hillcrest cam-
tf the Jewish Federation of
[Browards 1979 Combined
, Appeal-Israel Emergency
| Monday. Dec. 11 at the
Bt Country Club, accord-
Hillcrest Chairman, Bert
guest speakers will be
and Val Silberman of
' Morton is the immediate
resident of the Greater Mi-
[wish Federation. Prior to
i year term as president, he
a six year term as vice
knt. He is the founding
nt of the Jewish Federa-
rPalm Beach County.
is a member of the Great-
Jewish Federation's
[of Directors, a member of
Lions CJA-IEF Steering
ttee and Women's Execu-
oard. She also holds many
positions as well as
as a delegate to the Jew-
Biicy for Israel.
are anxiously awaiting
frent which will kickoff the
l campaign at Hillcrest,"
Mock. The Hillcrest
Ittee of chairmen have been
lg very hard so that our
fcampaign dollars will far
[the 1978 dollars."
I i participating chairmen
temier Gifts. Nat Pritcher;
{ise. Ben Haiblum and Ed
and Morris Ratner; Co-
Itor. Sam Kotler; Upgrade,
om and Milton Winograd;
Joe Raymond; Country
Dan Schlanger. The
s Division chairmen are
Hess and Alice Berzin.
rig with them are: Hi-Rise,
Shanler; Mid-Rise, Roz
; Low Rise, Gert Kron-
and Premier Gifts, Bea
:iv. u/ and Gert Entin,;;
bed Mock.
uon on Single
rent Families
i Michael-Ann Russell JCC,
Miami Beach, sponsored a
: Affairs Night, Nov. 26, in
Satz Auditorium dealing
Die growing contemporary
ft Single Parent Families
fes discussed by the panel
erts from Jewish Family
Ruben's Services, Jewish
tonal Services, Federation
Force Committee on Single
|s. lawyers and clergy
religion, raising children
training.
ruise for Seniors
cruise aboard the MS
trd II is planned by the
rood Jewish Community
' Senior Adults for May 14-
Pall Elaine Goldstein for
nal information.
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Members of the Hillcrest community prepare to board a bus for a
"Mini Mission," sponsored by the Jewish Federation of South
Broward Women's Division. The event was an afternoon tour of three
of the Federation's constituent agencies. Stops were made at the Hillel
Community Day School, the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center, and Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged *
Douglas Gardens.
Orchestra Members Teach Students
Morton Silberman
The Hebrew Day School
children are participating in the
Members of the La Mer committee making plans for the La Mer effort of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund are, from left, Jerome Rosenberg,
Hyman Abrams, William Shader, Otto Stieber, Hallandale Beach chairman; Louis Kleinberg, Ben Sch-
wab, Leon Moel and Herman Karmiel.
PACE program. PACE stands
for the Performing Arts for Com-
munity and Education.
PACE sponsors a series of
programs with the Fort Lauder-
dale Symphony Orchestra. The
children have had groups repre-
senting the brass and the wood-
winds and percussion sections of
the orchestra.
PACE presents a format of
introduction and explanation of
the instruments. Student par-
ticipation is vital to the success
of the presentation. Parents of
the children have also attended
these programs.
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Randy's comments were typical
of seven recent alumni of the pro-
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"The High School in Israel
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experience in Israel. It is eight
weeks of total immersion and
hard study of history. A dry
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The High School in Israel Pro-
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"The program has been ap-
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receive six academic credits, plus
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changed people: their under-
standing of themselves and their
heritage is a delight to behold."
The purpose of the program at
the Bluths' home was to intro-
duce prospective participants to
the High School in Israel Pro-
gram. By listening to past
participants, the prospective
students were able to get a good
understanding of the joys and
difficulties that would face them
during their eight weeks in Israel.
There are five, eight week ses-
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ested in the program. They leave
in September. November. Feb-
ruary, April, and the summer.
"Imagine being on another
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your normal life, and you are con-
stantly learning," commented
Mark Yeslow. two weeks after he
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Complete information, includ-
ing applications, availability of
financial assistance, costs, etc.,
are available through Dr. Ira
Sheier at the Jewish Federation
of South Broward.
Torch Run
Continued from Page 1
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The jewi8h Floridian andShofarofGreater Hollywood
Page 7
Lbers of an on-going (four consecutive weeks) assertiveness
ng class geared for Women's Division leaders and /or potential
fcrs with group leader Gail Weisberg (standing right) are (seated
[left) Marlene Heller, Jean Kruger and Bea Kreines. Standing is
i Abram.
)Outh Broward Leaders
ontinued from Page 1
nationally acclaimed poet,
nr and philosopher, Elie
el, on Thursday, Dec. 7. The
Mellon Professor of
ganities at Boston Univer-
takcn from his childhood
in Hungary and sent to
fchwilz and Buchenwald, is
|y regarded as "the con-
ce of the Jewish people."
play, 'Zalmen or The Mad-
of God" was written as a
nony to the courage of
^ian Jewry.
Guy de Rothschild,
|ident of the Fonds Social
Unifie, the French Jewish
agency, and head of the
kschild Bank of France, will
the principal speaker at a
onal Leadership Dinner on
Jraday, Dec. 7. Simcha Dinitz,
|er Israel Ambassador to the
ed States, will be honored at
I event for contributors of
KX) or more.
Our prominent academicians
the fields of social studies,
U.il and social development,
ory and government will
to present the Sixth
lual Louis A. Pincus
norial Lecture on Saturday,
.9.
ichael Walzer, Professor of
eminent at Harvard Univer-
will be moderator of 'he
ion which will project the
ct of the impending peace in
Middle East on the Jewish
munities of Israel, the U.S.
the USSR. Participants are
id Apter, Yale Professor of
parative, Political and Social
elopment; Martin Peretz,
>r of The New Republic and
erat Harvard; and Richard
ipes, Harvard Professor of
ory.
wish Agency Treasurer,
|va Lewinsky, will address a
ary session on Friday
rung, Dec. 8. The new
surer, whose presentation
a highlight of the Jewish
cy Assembly this year, will
an exploration of the
cy's budgetary needs this
and present an up-to-the-
ute review of Project
ewal.
hdividuals and communities
ng clarification or help
filing Project Renewal will
~ it at the UJA National Con-
nce. These services will be
liable each day of the con-
Pnce from Wednesday, Dec. 6
Sunday, Dec. 10. Upon regis-
twn for the conference, par-
pants will be told where the
'Ject Renewal Information
u'r will be located, and how to
ge for a community con-
tion.
me 15 workshops, study
"Kins and seminars exploring
full range of 1979 campaign
[grams and approaches will be
to community leaders
"g the conference. Sessions
1JDC, Project Rnewal, Cash
and Allocations, Effective Use ot
the Mission, Tax Incentives,
Leadership Development and
Solicitation will be chaired by
national leaders and feature open
discussions with strong resource
panels. They will focus on the
development of new concepts and
ideas and a creative exchange of
information.
Chaim Vinitsky, Director
General of UJA Israel, will be
feted Thursday, immediately
following the National Leader-
ship Dinner. Special tribute will
be paid to Vinitsky for his 42
years of devoted and creative
service. Vinitsky will be on hand
throughout the Conference to
greet and meet the thousands of
men and women he has greeted in
Israel.
To document UJA's
productive 40-year history, inter-
views will be conducted with
some of the American Jewish
communities' most honored and
revered figures men and
women who have been pro-
ductively active at the local Fed-
eration and Jewish organization
level for four decades. Individual
and group interviews will be
recorded and transcribed for the
UJA archives, as well as for the
archives of the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem.
Dr. Malavsky to
Attend Dedication
Dr. Morton Malavsky, Rabbi
of Temple Beth Shalom, who will
be leading a tour to Israel Jan. 1,
has been invited to attend the
Hubert Humphrey Dedication in
the Bicentennial Park in Jeru-
salem, Jan. 5.
The Bicentennial Park was
planned by communities
throughout the United States in
recognition of the celebration in
1976.
The project is being dedicated
in memory of Humphrey, and in
attendance will be members of his
family. The group traveling with
Dr. Malavsky may attend the
dedication with him.
Broward County, where Dr.
Malavsky is Jewish National
Fund chairman, has participated
in the Bicentennial Park dedica-
tion, and a delegation was in at-
tendance on July 4, 1976 when
the park itself was dedicated.
Call Dr. Malavsky for tour in-
formation.
Teachers
Chanukah
Workshop
A Chanukah workshop was
held recently at Temple Solel for
teachers of Hollywood religious
schools. Dr. Diana J. Reisman of
South Broward Jewish Fed-
eration reports that the program
began with a display of multi-
media materials including
records, film strips and books.
Included on the program were
"Teaching Chanukah to the
Special Child," by Dr. Deborah
Lerer, director of the Department
of Special Education at CAJE;
"Teaching the Prayers of
Chanukah," led by Rabbi Efraim
Warshaw, educational admin-
istrator at the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale; and
"Chanukah and Its Relationship
to Christmas and the Origins of
Christianity," by Rabbi Avrom
Drazin.
Other sessions included
"Teaching Chanukah Through
Creative Dramatics," by
Stephanie King, instructor and
supervisor at Judaica High
School; "Teaching the Hebrew of
Chanukah," by Shula Ben David
of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach; and "Experiential Ap-
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Chanukah," by Hildy Sheinman
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all over the world are almost
incalculable and cannot be fully
assessed in view of the many
uncertainties that still exist.
The situation presents us with
a strange anomaly. As welcome
as peace with Egypt may be, we
are already aware that contrary
to what we have previously
believed, rather than a solution to
the many existing problems, this
peace will for years to come
intensify these problems and will
make huge, unprecedented finan-
cial demands upon the State of
Israel.
As an example, we supposed
that the tremendous burden of
defense needs would be con-
siderably eased, should an
Egypt-Israel peace eventuate The
truth, unfortunately, is vastly
different. With the tragic
memories of four wars, par-
ticularly the treacherous attacks
of the Yom Kippur War, Israel is
now and will continue to be for
years, substantially militarily
mobilized and ready for any con-
tingency. Not until both Israel
and Egypt learn to trust each
other can this situation change
for the better. This means that
ever increasing sums of money
must be spent for defense needs.
New, terribly expensive military
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and the entire military infra-
structure must be maintained
and improved. Israel's security
demands no less.
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of Israel's people needs of
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welfare services, employment and
immigrant absorption, all of
which have never been
adequately met in the past
because of a chronic shortage of
funds? With the increasing
defense needs, we can see there
will be even less money available
in Israel's budget for these all
important services.
As a result, the very fabric of
Israel's society may be torn
asunder by the internal pressures
created.
It is clear that unless Jews
of the Diaspora accept and
respond to the challenge of peace
with an unprecedented burst of
generous giving, we will have
failed in our major tools of
helping to make Israel not only a
land of peace but a land of oppor-
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Th,.Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Holly wood
Fridav
Dinitz Opimistic That Peace Treaty isNeai
By MURRAY ZUCKOFF
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
Simcha Dinitz, Israel's
Ambassador to the United
States, affirmed here that
"there is not one single out-
standing issue between us and
Egypt to prevent the signing of a
peace treaty." To the applause of
some 3,000 Jewish leaders from
the United States and Canada
attending the 47th General
Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations, Dinitz
expressed optimism that despite
new conditions Egypt presented
during the last few days, as a
condition for signing the peace
treaty, the treaty would be
signed before he returns to Israel
next month upon completing his
service as Ambassador.
Moreover, "the treaty with
Egypt is not the end of the
chapter but the beginning of a
chain reaction" in the nego-
tiations of peace treaties with the
other Arab countries, Dinitz said.
The Ambassador did not,
however, try to gloss over the
fact that new difficulties have
developed in the past few days in
the treaty negotiating process,
but he underscored that, contrary
to some media reports, the
difficulties were not created by
Israel but by the instructions
Egyptian Acting Foreign
Minister Boutrous Ghali brought
back with him from Cairo to
Washington, "maybe under the
pressure of Baghdad." This was a
reference to the conference of the
Arab rejection front in the Iraqi
capital. "The new conditions are
impossible to meet," Dinitz said.
The condition "which com-
plicated the negotiations." he
said, was the demand for a time-
table for establishing autonomy
for the West Bank and self-rule
for the Palestinians.
THE DIFFICULTY, he ex-
plained, is essentially two-fold:
Israel does not have a party with
whom to begin negotiating the
West Bank and Palestinian
issues; to sign a peace treaty
with Egypt on this condition
could mean that once Israel with-
draws from Sinai and the oil
fields. Egypt could turn around
and question the legality of the
treaty if Israel has failed to abide
by this preconditioned time-
table. Israel. Dinitz declared, has
not changed "one iota" of its
commitment to honor the Camp
David accords nor did the Israeli
Cabinet change its position on
the treaty, a reference to the two-
day Cabinet debate last week on
the military and political aspects
of the pending peace accord. He
added that Israel continues to
adhere to the Camp David ac-
cords which laid the foundation
for general peace in the Middle
East. These were two separate
and distinct foundations and at
no time was Israel asked to con-
dition one upon the other, Dinitz
noted.
Without alluding to criticism
in some Jewish and Israeli circles
that the Carter Administration
appears to be pressuring Israel to
conclude a comprehensive peace
agreement, which in Admin-
istration thinking is through
linkage of Israel's withdrawal
from Sinai to other issues, in-
cluding the West Bank and the
Palestinians, Dinitz declared:
"We are for a comprehensive
peace. We want to establish a
treaty with each of our neighbors.
This was Israel's idea so no one
has to coax Israel. The question
is not one of a separate peace or
comprehensive peace. The
question is if we cannot attain
total peace because some of our
neighbors will not negotiate with
us, should we wait for (Jordan's
King) Hussein or (Syrian Pres-
ident Hafez) Assad or the Pales-
tinians or Saudi Arabia to agree
to negotiate with Israel, or go
ahead and negotiate with one
Arab country which wants to
negotiate and thereby lay. the
basis for future treaties?"
Dinitz called attention to the
fact that "we have to face the
new reality that none of the Arab
countries are willing to negotiate
with Israel even after we made
far-reaching compromises, far-
reaching risks for peace" by
agreeing to withdraw from Sinai
and the oil fields. However, he
added, "I am optimistic that the
present peace process will be con-
cluded with Egypt, and also with
Jordan and Syria." During his
more than one-hour address,
Dinitz did not once mention the
Carter Administration's frequent
criticisms and rebukes of Israel in
its post Camp David pressures
regarding linkage of the two
accords reached at the Camp
David summit conference. In
fact, earlier in the day, he told a
press conference that the U.S. "is
doing its best to push nego-
tiations forward. The difficulties
in the peace treaty process in the
last few days are not the making
of the United States but by the
new demands by Egypt." Dinitz
rejected a reporter's contention
that Carter's statement in
Kansas City last Thursday was a
reiteration of linkage and by
implication a criticism of Israel
for creating new difficulties in the
negotiating process. "I read
Carter's statement," Dinitz
replied. "There is nothing in it
against Israel. It was incorrectly
interpreted by the press."
THE CLOSEST Dinitz came
to what could be considered a
criticism of the Carter Adminis-
tration was when he focused on
the post-peace realities. Dinitz
said that many issues which do
not relate to the Egyptian-Israel
agreement will be left open. The
paramount issue, he said, would
be Jerusalem. Affirming that
Jerusalem will always be the
Harry Prussack Named "Man of Year'
Harry H. Prussack was hon hoods "Man of the *ear" a,1
ored as Temple Beth El Brother- d,nner at the temPle- Pnissack 's
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Office Locations, Hours
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OF BROWARD COUNTY presents a listing of its services,
locations and office hours.
Offices are maintained at:
Hollywood Office
1909 Harrison St.
Hollywood, Florida 33020
Telephone: (305) 927-9288
Fort Lauderdale Office
3500 N. State Road 7
Suite 399
Fort Lauderdale Florida 33319
Telephone: (305) 735-3394
Jewish Family Service is a counseling agency offering its
services to all residents of Broward County. The basic objectives
of the Agency are to promote and strengthen sound family life in
the community and to prevent personal and family breakdown.
The program for carrying out these objectives is administered
by professionally trained social workers, providing casework
counseling services for a wide range of personal, family and child
care problems. Jewish Family Service of Broward County also
offers group counseling and services to the aged, family life
programs to community organizations as well as an active
Russian Resettlement Program.
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Broward County, Jewish Federation of South Broward and
Jewish Federation of Fort Lauderdale.
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hood president.
Prussack was born in New
York City and graduated from
City College of New York. Since
retiring to Florida, his top
commitment has been to the
Brotherhood. He served as
chairman of registration and
credentials at the National
Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods biennial convention in
November 1976; chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal and Israel
Bond drive in 1976. Another of
his priorities is the B'nai B'rithof
which he has been an active
member for over a half century.
He was a charter member of the
Hallandale lodge and served as
lodge chaplain and vice president
for many years. Prussack is in-
volved in the Anti-Defamation
League and Hillel. He is also
active in Kiwanis, Masonic
Order, B'nai B'rith Century Club,
Jewish Chautauqua Society and
a member of the Hallandale civic
groups.
united capital 0| th.
P?ple, Dinita declare?
historical injusticTwL1
fay that JeiKW>l
territory." WithouT J.2
Assistant Secret T*
Harold SaunSV,1
stated that IsraelC"0'
Jerusalem was J2
Jordan for ?9 ^"*\
Jerusalem has been K
the Jewish people for 2 ooo,
lo the rousing appl,U8e
audience. Din" ""J,
Moslems have Mee^
Medma and then Jw
Christians have many
and then Jerusalem C
have the Vatican V
Jerusalem; the Jews
Jerusalem, and then JmJ
and Jerusalem, and Jerusal3
Mandel
CJF Preside
Meanwhile, MortonLI.
a prominent Cleveland I
trialist, civic and Jewiil
munity leader, was i
ident of the ('.IF at theC
Assembly. He succeeded!
C. Hoffberger, of Baltii
served the maximum I
term of office. Mandel i
vice president since 1976a
former president of the]
Community FederatNi]
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Jewish Community I
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Page 11
r/ Tamir
Ruthi Navon
[nister of Justice to Speak
Annual Weizmann Dinner
Duel Tamir, minister of
l of the State of Israel, will
guest of honor and
speaker at the annual
and dance of the Florida
lion of the American
nittee for the Weizmann
lite of Science, on Thurs-
. 14 at the Eden Roc
in Miami Beach, it was
Inced by Shepard Board,
banker, who is the unit's
jry chairman.
I Florida Division which has
If in" in Miami Beach, also
es Puerto Rico and the
i Islands. It is one of the six
Lal constituents of the
nanri Institute's overall
rican Committee,
uartered in New York City,
conducts educational and
live activities in the
States on behalf of
major center of scientific
ch and graduate study. The
lite bears the name of the
. Chaim Weizmann, world-
scientist-statesman who
tat president of the State of
| as well as founder and first
ent of the Institute.
tl'SALEM BORN, and a
for Jewish statehood in
ne since childhood, Tamir
the Irgun Zva'i Leumi,
round organization in pre-
Israel, of which Prime
er Menachem Begin was
kmmander-in-chief. While a
ludenl. he was deported by
pit is h to Kenya. While in
lion there, Tamir finished
iw studies, passed his
nations and became a
er of the Israeli bar after
ate was established in 1948.
Jewish leaders serving as
and Board members of
the Weizmann Institute's Florida
Division are:
Honorary Chairman: Shepard
Broad, Miami Beach; Vice-
chairmen: Louis Levine, Safety
Harbor and Louis Ludwig,
Hallandale; General Chairman:
Jay Weiss, North Miami; Co-
Chairmen: Irwin Levy, Palm
Beach; Sheldon B. Neuman,
Miami, and Norman Rossman,
Orlando.
Members of the Board of
Directors are: Sam I. Adler.
Miami; Stanley Brenner, West
Palm Beach; Morris N. Broad,
Miami Beach; Lou Cohen,
Hollywood; Arthur H. Courson,
Miami Beach; David Einhorn,
Miami.
Also, Martin Friedovich, Fort
Lauderdale; Harry A. Greenberg,
Miami Beach; Dr. Sidney S.
Hertz, St. Thomas, V.I.; Moses
Hornstein, Hollywood; Joseph
H. Kanter, Miami; Herbert D.
Katz, Hollywood; Jay I. Kislak.
Miami; Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Miami Beach.
Also, Hyman Lake, Orlando;
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Miami
Beach: Harry A. Levy, Miami
Beach; Harvey B. Nachman,
Santurce, P.R., Harold Rosen,
Miami Beach; Bob Russell,
Miami; Dr. M. Murray
Schechter, Miami; Harry B.
Smith, Miami; Joseph Suzin,
Miami; Nathan Tanen. Nort..
Palm Beach; Arnold Vandroff,
Jacksonville; Arthur T.
Wasserman, Palm Beach, and
Dr. M.M. Weisberg, Cocoa
Beach.
Col. M.J. Diskin, Miami
Beach, is the director of the
Florida Division for the
American Committee for the
Wiezmann Institute of Science.
[ultural Programs at Day School
ie Hebrew Day School estab- on the 9ig"'"cance of the High
cultural programs for the
Jren this year, including par-
ation in PACE program-
[very month a group from the
Lauderdale Orchestra comes
school and presents a
Bent involved program. The
aren have heard the brass and
dwinds sections of the or-
a. This program was estab-
as this year's selection of
Moses Feldman Memorial
lural Fund by Dr. and Mrs.
|ldon Feldman.
ie children also saw the play
nocchio" at Parker Play-
This was one of the
duled theater experiences for
|children.
part of the cultural
Tarn, the fourth grade class
visiting the Mexican art
i the Museum of Modem Art.
visit will be a culmination of
. children's studies of
ucan/ Indian culture in
erica.
Hebrew Day School has
several speakers to
nee the cultural program.
'fred Tiger will present a
on Seminole Indian life.
he Feldman presented life in
W as he is living it. Rabbi
'P Labowitz shared his ex-
nces. stories and expertise
Holidays.
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Saul Levine Dies at 71
Saul Levine, 71. Hollywood, a
resident for six years, died Nov.
II. Services were held at the
Johnson Foster Funeral Home,
Hollywood.
Levine, who moved here from
Massachusetts, was founder and
president of Scott Distributing
Co. He was a member of the Jew
ish Federation of South Broward
Jewish Community Center
Emerald Hills Townshouse As
sociation. officer of the Com
munity Concerts of South Brow
ard, and past social director of
the Carriage Hills Condominium
Community. He is also the
author of Impromptu Entertain-
ment.
Surviving are his wife Adele; a
son Lawrence Levine of Lynn-
ville, Mass.; a brother Philip of
Hollywood; three daughters,
Mrs. Paul Hollywood, Mrs. Jason (Mary
Brenda) Cortell of Lexington,
Mass.. and Mrs. Edward
(Cynthia) Astrachan of North
Con way, N.H.
He was a man of light and love. He was a dedicated Jew. We will
miss him.
Joyce Newman, President
Jewish Federation of South Broward
Saul Levine
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The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater HoQywood
PaoelS
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Neo-Facists Enter Synagogue;
ntral Peace Initiative Issues AttemPt t0 Distribute Literature
Dtinued from Page 4
Israeli leaders who
; the Camp David accord
it it is as phony as the
i accord and the initiation
_ truncation of Israel
E>ned as a primary issue
of the one-year-old "peace
initiative," can't even let the
names of Israel and/or Begin
pass his lips, if nothing else, that
at least ought to tell them
something.
So far, it hasn't. In the matter
of the phony peace now being
example, Geulan Cohen, a perpetrated, the American
:h leader of Begins own Jewish community, in the name
Party, is given short shrift of Israel, has become one giirantir ose Potentate, King Khaled, is
no as if she were a sabre- American Civil Liberties Union nOW the darIin8 of many
tr nariah neCflUSe 8116 nflfl hpnr ntn if___.1 Amaridan !..,,> L>___.___ _
demographically and, ultimately,
as a meaningful political entity.
Katz has said that this is not
surprising. "Washington," he
has written, "takes its cue on
East Jerusalem as on all the
essential questions relating to
Eretz Yisrael, from the Arabs
specifically from Saudi Arabia,"
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~ pariah because she has
Jie chutzpah to say what
of Israel is saying about
1 David, President Carter,
Ihem Begin and Anwar
[as Sadat daily raises the
ior his signature on a peace
[that will be broken just as
' as his objectives are
elsewhere, and he can
lis attention full blast on a
ken Israel to shrink it even
.SHORT, one is simply not
fted to be critical of the
ngton-Cairo axis, whose
I is honing a new Middle
a Zionrein Middle East
himself best characterizes
Ks persistent refusal to
bn Israel by name in his
sions of the progress
, the achievement of a
(treaty (habitually, he talks
J the other side") or even
Ihem Begin (he addresses
f exclusively to "my good
Jimmy Carter," as if it
(the U.S. with whom his
funn is in negotiation, not
I only reckoned in these
even the jubilant
lean Jewish community
to deduce that its
It urn is misplaced. Or, at the
least,, that it ought to be
fcred. When Sadat, the man
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bent on supporting the very Amencan Jews for reasons as
enemies of its fiber, its history sound as those explaining their
its traditions,
being.
its culture, its adulation of Ashraf Ghorbal.
PARIS (JTA) Two supporters of the right-wing
"New Forces Party" entered the Marseilles main syna-
gogue and tried to distribute neo-Fascist leaflets and
brochures. The two were expelled by a group of young
Jews who were attending a class in the building but a
small fist fight broke out in this process.
A spokesman for the neo-Fascist organization later
said that the two right-wing supporters did not know the
city and thought they were distributing the leaflets in a
church. The president of the local Jewish consistory,
Marcel Guenoun, said this excuse is completely ground-
less.
SHMUEL KATZ, former
information adviser to Prime
Minister Begin, is painfully
aware of this. He has repeatedly
warned us that the Washington-
Cairo axis, now that it has
shaken Israel loose of the Sinai
Peninsula down to Sharm el-
Sheikh, over which Israel went to
war in 1956 and, after the 1967
war vowed never to surrender it,
is preparing a similarly enforced
Israeli surrender of East
Jerusalem, including the Western
Wall as Phase II of its objective
to reduce Israel geographically.
IN THE end, what we must
come to understand is the
meaning of Sadat's own
timetable for the destruction of
Israel's hegemony as it demands
an Israeli timetable of surrender
of sovereignty over what he calls,
as does all of Araby, the "oc-
cupied territories."
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Jewish community's present
state of euphoria, can it come to
such an understanding? That is a
question worth extensive
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Frida
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Israel Bonds Events Highlight Intensified
BEACON TOWERS
The Beacon Towers Night for
Israel will take place Monday,
Dec. 11, at 8 p.m. in the pool area
under the auspices of the Beacon
Towers Israel Bond Committee.
Nat Lerner, chairman of the
Beacon Towers United Jewish
Appeal drive, active in the B'nai
B'rith, Zionist Organization of
America and the Knights of
Pythias, will be the recipient of
the Israel Generation Scroll. The
guest speaker will be Eddie
Schaffer, American-Jewish folk
humorist. Chairperson of the
committee is Susan W. Rubin.
for his services to B'nai B'rith.
Mrs. Sidney Kimelblot is chair-
man of the Galahad Court Israel
Bond Committee; Judge Jack
Gollub. Alfred Olkin, Mrs.
Joseph Perstein, Mrs. Harry
Sussman and Archie Wilder are
co-chairmen; Moe Levin is
honorary chairman; Harry
Pearson is president of the Social
Club. Guest speaker will be Larry
Dorn, entertainer who has
starred in leading theaters and
television and radio shows.
Jack Scharf
HALLMARK
Jack Scharf, secretary of the
Hallmark Religious Committee
and on the board of the Hallmark
Social Club, will be the recipient
of the Israel Generation Scroll at
the Hallmark Night for Israel
Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 8 p.m. in the
Hallmark Social Hall. The Hall-
mark Israel Bond Committee is
headed by William Seitles, chair-
man; Dr. Robert Pollock, Milton
Seitles, Saul Vort and Eugene
Atkins, associate chairmen. The
guest speaker will be entertainer
Mickey Freeman.
GUILD FORD PLAZA
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rashbaum
will be honored at the Guildford
Plaza Night for Israel Wednes-
day evening, Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. in
the recreation hall. Chairpersons
of the Guildford Plaza Israel
Bond Committee are Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Pasik. Mr. and Mrs.
Rashbaum, active on behalf of
Israel Bonds, B'nai B'rith and
the Memorial Hospital of Holly-
wood, will be the recipients of the
Israel Generation Award. Mrs.
Rashbaum is assistant treasurer
of the hospital auxiliary. Eddie
Schaffer, entertainer and speaker
on the Middle East, will be the
guest personality.
David Ehrlich
GALAHAD COURT
The Israel Generation Scroll
will be presented to David R.
Ehrlich. active on behalf of many
communal and civic causes, at
the Galahad Court Night in
Israel Thursday, Dec. 7 at 8 p.m.
in the social hall. Ehrlich is active
on behalf of Israel Bonds, United
Jewish Appeal and B'nai B'rith.
He has been honored with the
Anti-Defamation League Award
/-\
Ida Nyer
IMPERIAL TOWERS
The Imperial Towers Israel
Bond Committee will sponsor a
Salute to Israel Sunday, Dec. 10
at 10 a.m. in the Social Hall of
Imperial Towers North. Mrs. Ida
Nyer, a member of Hadassah for
more than 40 years, a life member
of B'nai B'rith and long active on
behalf of Israel Bonds and the
UJA. will be the recipient of the
Israel Generation Scroll.
Mrs. Nyer is also active on
behalf of ORT and is a member of
Temple Beth El. The committee
is headed by Mr. and Mrs.
William Garnter; Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Guild and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Rubin. Entertainment will
be provided by Larry Dorn,
American-Jewish folk humorist.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sklar
HOLLYBROOK GOLF AND
TENNIS CONDOMINIUM
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sklar will
be honored at a Night for Israel
Monday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m., spon-
sored by the Holly brook Israel
Bond Committee. The Sklars,
members of Temple Solel in
Hollywood, are active in the
Holly brook B'nai B'rith Lodge.
Mrs. Sklar is a member of the
Century Club, Hadassah Tel
Chai. B'nai B'rith Women and
the National Council of Jewish
Women. Sklar is a Mason and
financial secretary of the Holly-
brook Condominium. They will
be the recipients of the Israel
Generation Award. Al Rosen and
Jack Stirling are co-chairmen of
the committee. Entertainment
will be provided by Larry Dom.
star of night clubs, radio and
television shows.
HOLLYWOOD TOWERS
A Night for Israel will be held
at the Hollywood Towers Tues-
day. Dec. 12 at 8 p.m. in the rec-
reation hall under the auspices nf
the Hollywood Towers Israel
Bond Committee. Mrs. Helene
Haas, treasurer of the Hollywood
Towers Social Club and active on
behalf of B'nai B'rith Women,
the National Council of Jewish
Women. Israel Bonds and the
United Jewish Appeal, will be the
recipient of the Israel Generation
Scroll. Entertainer Mickey
Freeman will be a special guest.
The committee is headed by Dr.
Henry R. Bloom and Benjamin
Neisner. co-chairmen.
GALAHAD WEST
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S. Hodes
will be the recipients of the Israel
Generation Award at the
Galahad West Night in Israel
Wednesday. Dec. 13 at 8 p.m. in
the Social Hall. They are active
on behalf of Israel Bonds and the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
American Society for Technion
and on behalf of Soviet Jewry.
Hodes was an organizer of Beth
Din in America. The vent will be
sponosred by the Galahad West
Israel Bond Committee of which
Al Lowy is chairman and Gorge
Schneider and Dr. Irwin Travis
are co-chairmen. Eddie, Schaffer,
a performer who has starred on
many television shows and in
leading night clubs, will be guest
entertainer.
GALAHAD SOUTH
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kir-win will
be the recipients of the Israel
generation Scroll at thiNy
^rael sponsored by H-
South Israel Bond S
Wednesday, Dec. 13 au
the South Socal \uR
B'r7hnVre 8Ctive M
Bnth, American fay,]
gress. Temple Sinai 7"
wood, the Zionist OrgarL
America, Israel BoHi
United Jewish
Kirwm is also activeinH,A
and the Women', Cll?"
entertainer will be Lam
American Jewish folk hum.
The committee is \JT?'\
Robert Hoffman. &*
Sidney Holtzman and Abn'
Zirn, co-chairmen.
1
At a meeting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Weiss, the Florida Alumni Cabinet of the j
Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University, gathered to make plans for the forthcomingi
dinner scheduled for Dec. 20 at the Eden Roc Hotel. Guests of honor are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore I
ritter, well-known philanthropists. Pictured from left to right are Prof. Arthur J. Helfet, Dr. I
Galbut, Dr. Martin Kaliah, Dr. Seymour Feld, Dr. Sidney Cole, chairman Dr. Charles Weiss, Dr.!
Tarkan and Dr. Philip Frost.
| Schoenbrum to Speak at Temple Sinai
Journalist David Schoenbrun,
a frequent visitor to the Middle
East, will be the guest speaker at
the Temple Sinai of North Dade-
Israel Dinner of State, honoring
Ira and Mitzi Gelber with the
City of Peace Award of the State
of Israel Bonds Organization.
Schoenbrun was associated
with CBS News for many years,
serving as its chief correspondent
in Washington and also as cor-
respondent in Paris. He is a noted
author and has written five
books.
The Israel Dinner of State is
scheduled for Saturday evening,
Dec. 3, at the Holiday Inn on
Ocean Drive in Hollywood. The
Gelbers will be honored for their
long-standing support of the
State of Israel Bonds Organiza-
tion and the State Of Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Greene
,N
Baum Featured at AJ Congress
Phil Baum. national director of
programming for the American
Jewish Congress, was the guest
speaker at the annual luncheon of
the Entebbe Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress.
Baum addressed nearly 250
women on the tonic of "National
Diabetes,
Hypertension
Screenings
The Diabetes Life Center at
Community Hospital of South
Broward and the Medox
Academy of Hollywood will do
free screenings for diabetes and
hypertension at area con-
dominiums or other apartment
houses, mobile home parks,
churches, or other groups of 35 or
more persons on their own
premises.
Groups interested in having
this community-outreach pro-
gram come to them should call
Joan Meyers. Director of Com-
munity Relations, at Community
Hospital.
Convention Delegates
Nathan Schlanger and Leo
Coslow. president of Jerusalem
Lodge 2936. both of Hallandale.
were among South Florida
delegates to the recent inter-
national convention of B'nai
B'rith. held in New Orleans.
Tennis for Women
The Michael-Ann Russell JCC
ladies "C" Tennis Team played
their fourth match of the season
on Nov. 16 and once again was
victorious. The JCC played Pem-
broke Pines and won 7-0. which
,nake.}nem the leading team in
the C'division.
Jewish Security" at the Emerald
Hills Country Club.
AJCongress Executive Vice
President, Bea Kreines, noted
that supportive work by the
following chairmen made the
event a success: Selma Shapiro,
chairman; Peggy Silverblatt, co-
chairman; Ruth Glickstein, and
Hilda Gradinger, raffle chairmen;
Judy Schwartz, program chair-
man; and Molly Gersh, president
of the women's Florida division.
David Schoenbrun
are chairmen ot the
Honorary chairmen are!
Mrs. George Berlin, Mr. i
Hy Wiener and Mr. an
Sam Bloom.
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[orris Udall to Speak At
[uman Rights Program
tinued from Page 1
o program, sponsored by
viet Jewry Committee of
immunity Relations
'tee under the auspices of
^sh Federation of South
in conjunction with
'Jewish organizations,
(ill offer his opinions as a
erson for progressive
in America today,"
[ed Mrs. Katlin.
his campaign for
L Udall communicated
rica the convictions he
IHIBIBIBI
has voiced in Congress for more
than a decade and a half: "A
respect of the human and
physical environment; a com-
mitment to social justice; and a
belief in institution reform and a
strict standard of personal,
political responsibility." His
humanitarian philosophy carried
over in his support of Israel and
Soviet Jews, Mrs. Katlin added.
The program is open to the
public, free of charge, and
refreshments will be served.
Community Calendar j
M
llSH FEDERATION Of SOUTH BROWARD, Community Mission
nion, 8 p.m. at the home of Annette and Morris Deakter, 371 Z
nanda Drive, Hallandale.
ii i
( COUNTY COUNCIL B'NAI B'RITH WOAAEN, Bazaar 78, new J
jsed merchandise, plants, baked goods, arts and crafts, food, I
pilry, Boutique Treasure Shoppe 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Hollywood "
tonal Guard Armory, 906 N. Dixie Highway, Hollywood, Contact |
kHomansat981-7202.
t.4
[lYWOOD CHAPTER HIUCREST HADASSAH, regular meeting |
i Wepner and her choral group will entertain with Hebrew and
lish songs to celebrate the holiday spirit of Chanukah noon
Lresl Ploydium, Hillcrest Drive. Call 963-0566 NATIONAL m
UNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN, Hollywood Section, general
Eiing Cantor Phyllis Cole of Temple Solel will present a program B
Newish Music", 12:30 p.m., Temple Sinai, 1201 Johnson St., _
lywood. Refreshments will be served. Call 923-4286.
5 i
Ish FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD Hollywood Hills Parlor
[tmg 8 p.m. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Allan Fields, 4801
rS' Hollywood
1.6 "
lSH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Hemisphere's Premier
I Loncheon noon Hemisphere's Beach Club Reataurant I
(SH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD'S WOMEN'S DIVISION,
litule 7:30p.m Jewish Community Center, 2838
I... ,dBlvd Hollywood. Contoct Nancy at 921-8810.
I Cross and Blue Sh.eld seminar on how to file your Medicare |
mi (or foster processing 10 a.m. JCC Hollywood Extension
(Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Call Elaine Goldstein at 921-6511 g
Lio i
llSH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD'S SOVIET JEWRY COM- _
lTEE OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMITTEE Humon Rights Plea |
Soviet Jewry 8 p.m. Temple Solel, 5100 Sheridan St., Holly- _
. Speaker, Morns K. Udall, Democrat, Member of Congress
Arizona DAVID BEN-GURION CULTURE CLUB, meeting, 7:30
Washington Federal, 167th St. and 6th Ave., North Miami _
bch MIRAMAR CHAPTER PIONEER WOMEN Na Amat Fun- I
[ismg luncheon, noon, Diplomat Country Club, 501 Diplomat
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IflSH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD Hillcrest Premier Gift -
kloil party 5:30 p.m., Hillcrest Country Club AMERICAN BJ
WISH CONGRESS meeting and "mini lunch." Judith Case will
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Question: As a youngster I remember that at
the conclusion of the Seder Service we used to
sing Jewish songs. One of these songs in Yiddish
is based on the 10 songs that the Jews sang as
praise to God. I remember seven of these songs.
Can you tell me more about the 10 songs?
I am also trying to secure a copy of this song in
Yiddish. So far I have not been succesful. Can you
help me locate a copy of the text and music. This
Yiddish song begins with three Hebrew words
Eftecho, L'moshol Pee, I will open my mouth
with a parable.
Samuel M. Herberman
Hallandale
Answer: Following the description of the
crossing of the Red Sea by the Israelites who were
pursued by the Egyptians, the Torah narrative
states:
"Thus the Lord delivered Israel that day from
the Egyptians. Israel saw the Egyptians dead on
the shore of the sea. And when Israel saw the
wondrous power which the Lord had wielded
against the Egyptians, the people feared the
Lord: they had faith in the Lord, and in His
servant Moses. Then Moses and the Israelites
sang this song to the Lord." (Exodus 14:30, 31;
15:1)
According to the commentary on this passage
by Dr. J. H. Hertz, in the Soncino Publication of
the Pentateuch and Haftorahs, "Whenever Israel
has faith in God and in the Divine Mission of
Moses, Israel sings. This song, notable for poetic
fire, vivid imagery and quick movement, gives
remarkable expression to the mingled horror,
triumph and gratitude that the hosts of Israel had
Lived through during the fateful hours when they
were in sight of Pharaoh's pursuing hosts. In
Jewish literature it is spoken of as the Song ... It
is probably the oldest song of national triumph
extant." (p.270)
According to the Legends of the Jews, by Louis
Ginzberg, this song was the second of nine such
songs.
"They assembled to sing the first in Egypt,
on the night when they were freed from captivity.
"Their second was the song of triumph by
the Red Sea.
"Their third, when the well sprang up in the
wilderness.
"Moses sang the fourth before his death.
"The fifth was Joshua's song after
his
victory over the five Amorite kings.
"Deborah and Barak sang the sixth when
they conquered Sisera.
"The seventh was David's psalm of thanks-
giving to God for his deliverance out of the hand
of all his enemies.
"The eighth was Solomon's song at the
dedication of the Temple.
"The ninth Jehoshaphat sang as, trusting
in God, he went to battle against the Moabites
and the Ammonites.
"The tenth and last song, however, will be
that grand and mighty song, when Israel will
raise their voice in triumph at their future
deliverance, for that will be the final release of
Israel for all time." (pp. 31,32)
I have not been able to locate the source for the
Yiddish song. If anyone of the readers of this
column know anything about such a song in
Yiddish, I would appreciate it if you would com-
municate with me.
It is possible that the Yiddish song which
includes 10 songs may have some songs listed in
the Legends of the Jews, and some other songs
not listed in the above quotation. The Ten Songs
are often referred to in Talmudic literature.
Opinions differ, however, as to the songs which
are to be included in this group.
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