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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Hollywood, Fla

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

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* Jewish Florid far
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Number 25
Hollywood, Florida Friday, December 15,1978 cFrtd k.Sh Women Aim to
Raise $1 Million
, million goal for the 1979
ned Jewish Appeal-Israel
iency Fund campaign has
let by the Jewish Federa-
f South Broward's Wo-
Division. according to
(Rosenberg, campaign vice
Int.
Women's Division cam-
to date is more than
0. This is a card per card
of 51 percent over last
campaign at the same
explained Mrs. Rosen-
I women have been meeting
onths to plan various
r.onal and programming
[ties, added Mrs. Rosenberg.
ntinued on Page 16 Delia Rosenberg
Weiner
Pritcher
Atkin
Stieber
er Fsraeli Prime Minister
Meir Fs Dead At Age 80
s/i Floridian News Feature
da Meir is dead at the age
The former Prime Minister
ael, who was once a school
br in Milwaukee, Wis., died
piday, Dec. 8, of compli-
i resulting from circulatory
ts.
. Meir had been in and out
hospital for the past few
ts with what her physicians
I lower back problems. Her
essively deteriorating con-
resulted in a CBS-TV
of her death two weeks
The report was promptly
with apology, but it was
:lii'.i! um of just how serious
iition was.
IS. MEIR'S rise to world
power ended in her
rship of Israel during the
om Kippur War surprise
l>v Egyptian forces that
(Continued on Page 5
Big Gifts
J? Committee
Wim Prepares for
Akiva Levinsky
Preparations are being finalized by the Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Big Gifts Committee to welcome Akiva Levin-
sky, the treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Israel, to a reception
in support of the 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. The reception will be held Sunday,
Dec. 17 at the Diplomat Hotel, according to Big Gifts Chairman,
Nathan Pritcher.
"We are looking forward to this event setting the pace for the
Federation's annual humanitarian campaign which benefits
world Jewry," explained Pritcher. "All of the members of the
Big Gifts Committee have been busy contacting prospects for
the reception. We are expecting a record number to attend and
make their moral and financial commitments to improve the
quality of Jewish life world-over."
Members of the Big Gifts Committee pictured in alphabetical
order clockwise from Chairman Nathan Pritcher (top center) are
Norman Atkin, M.D., Frank Beckerman, Lewis E. Cohn, Allen
Cordon, Moses Hornstein, Herbert D. Katz, Paul Koenig, Ben
Salter, Jack Saltzman, Nat Sedley, Otto Stieber, and Paul
Weiner
Cohn
Golda Meir
Gordon
Salter
Koenig
Katz
Hornstein
|anukah Relay Torch Run,
[ere Is Israel' Show Set
Tickets are still available for the "Here Is Israel" multi-media
live show, which is being held in conjunction with the first South
fard Chanukah Relay Torch Run. The event, sponsored by the
h Federation of South Broward's Israel Information Desk, is
esday, Dec. 20, according to Chairman Norman Freedman.
The Torch Run beings at 6:15 p.m. at Young Circle in Hollywood
i the first torch carriers will begin to run. All torch carriers will be
1 out on Hollywood Boulevard and 46th Avenue.
. 7 p.m. a lighting ceremony of the Chanukia begins at Temple
I Shalom, 1400 N. 46th Ave., Hollywood. The ceremony includes
M>earance by Hollywood Mayor David Keating.
immediately following the ceremony will be the "Here Is Israel"
featuring Israeli actors, singers and dancers. During the break
show there will be a display of Israeli art and posters on the
Jkah theme done by Hebrew Schools and Day Schools, Freed-
explained.
Tickets for the show are available for *2 at Temple Beth Shalom
'le Beth El. Temple Solel. Temple In The Pines, Young Israel
Sogue, the BBYO Offices, Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Com-
y Center, Jewish Community Center-Hollywood Extension,
lem Gate in the Hollywood Fashion Center and Diplomat Mall,
: Judea and the Jewish Federation of South Broward. Tickets
50 at the door.
additional information, call Yossi Netz at the Jewish
Ration.
Physician's Division Involved in Campaign
The Physician's Division of the
Jewish Federation of South Bro-
ward has begun making plans for
its work for the 1979 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign, according to co-
chairmen Dr. Saul Singer and Dr.
Howard Barron.
"We are looking for total in-
volvement of the medical com-
munity. Every member oi the
medical community should be
significantly involved in the
campaign," explained Singer.
"We reaffirm our belief in our
ability, without the threat of a
shooting war; we really are fight-
ing a continuing war on unmet
human and social needs," Barron
said.
"Because of rising inflation,
major pockets of poverty. Olim,
(Israelis leaving Israel), immi-
gration and absorption, just to
name a few, we must give more
and raise more to strengthen the
quality of life everywhere in the
Jewish world," added Barron.
Singer explained that we must
now attend to the needs ot the
future. "The future of 1979 is
here and we must recognize these
future needs NOW," he added.
Barron said in organizing the
programs, it must be recognized
that the structure of our lives
here is undergoing change, creat-
ing new realities, particularly af-
fecting: Jewish family life, our
treatment of our aging, the edu-
cation, values and opportunities
we give our youth and the way we
arrange the resettlement of the
newcomers among us.

Howard Barron, M.D.


Page 2
The Jewish Floridian andShofarof Greater Hollywood
Friday,
.
Friedman to Keynote Mrs. Katz Named Pacesetter Chairmi
Shomrai Dinner
Friedman,
Rabbi Herbert
former executive [
vice chairman of
the United!
Jewish Appeal, I
will be the key-
note speaker at
the Jewish Fed-
eration of South!
Broward's an-
nual Shomrail
Dinner, Satur-
day, Jan. 6 at the|_
Diplomat Coun- RaDbi Friedman
try Club.
The dinner, which is the official
opening of the 1979 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign, is the fourth
annual event held in support of
world Jewry, declared Shomrai
Chairman Dr. Phil Levin.
"The $5,000 minimum com-
mitment dinner is expected to
draw record numbers of people
and raise record numbers of
dollars to benefit our fellow Jews
all over the world," explained Dr.
Levin.
Rabbi Friedman is an eminent
authority on Jewish overseas
needs and Israel's refugees and
immigrants.
He is a new resident of Israel
and provides one of the vital links
between fund raising efforts in
the United States and the
programs these funds make
possible.
Rabbi Friedman graduated
from Yale College and was or-
dained by the Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion.
In 1945. he served as chaplain
with the 9th Infantry Division in
Germany, where he spearheaded
efforts to help Jewish survivors
of the Nazi death tamps. He later
served as Assistant Advisor on
Jewish Affairs to Gen. Joseph T.
McNarney, Commander of the
U.S. Occupation Forces in Ger-
many. After the war. Rabbi
Friedman was an active sup-
porter of statehood for Israel.
For information and reser-
vations regarding the annual
Shomrai Dinner, contact the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Jo Ann Katz has been named
to chair the 1979 Pacesetters
Dinner on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, according to
Ben Salter. campaign chairman.
A member of the Federation's
Board of Directors, Mrs. Katz
has served as campaign vice
president for the Women's Divi-
sion, committeemember and co-
chairman for the Women's Divi-
sion Pacesetters, as well as a Wo-
men's Division Board member
since 1974.
The annual humanitarian
event will be held Jan. 27, 1979 at
the Diplomat Hotel.
"We are looking forward to
this year's Pacesetters Dinner
being attended by more members
of the South Broward community
than in the past," commented
Mrs. Katz. "We are hopeful that
we will have a record number of
people making their moral and
I 650 Women Attend Community Day I
More than 650 South Broward
women attended Community
Day recently at the Diplomat
Convention Center. Community
Day, held under the auspices of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Women's Division,
was under the chairmanship of
Bobbie Levin and Audrey
Meline.
The daylong event featured
guest speakers Bess Myerson
and Marillyn Tallman.
Marillyn Tallman, who
replaced the previously scheduled
speaker Dawn Schuman, spoke
on the "Jewish Women Behind
Walls."
Bess- Myerson spoke on
Activities at Temple Sinai
Temple Sinai of Hollywood
announces the following events:
Saturday, Dec. 16: Annual
Israel Bond Dinner Reception;
7 p.m. and dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Honorees: Harry and Shirley
Kaplan. Kaplan is the executive
director of Temple Sinai.
Speaker: Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin.
Saturday morning, Dec. 23.
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Levine.
son of Mrs. Sandra Levine.
Tuesday, Dec. 26 Annual
College Brunch at 11 a.m.
in the Haber Karp Hall College
students of members are invited
to attend.
Friday, Dec. 29 Shabbat
Family Service under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Sandra Leib and
Mrs. Samuel Winn.
Friday. Saturday and Sunday,
Jan. 5, 6 & 7 A Shabbaton is
being planned for students of the
Religious School from Class
Aleph through Hay which will
lake place at the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center. Chairman: Mrs. Albert
Apseloff. Mrs. Alfred Rosenthal.
Education Committee Chairman
will assist Mrs Apseloff. as well
as a committee OI Junior Coun-
selors.
Monday. Jan. 15 Annual
Torafa Fund "I)inner-At-Noon"
in the Haber Karp Hall. Mary
I eKIman, chairman. Co-
Chairmen: Rose Edelstein and
Julia Perolman.
Cruise for Seniors
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida plan a
senior adult sponsored trip on the
M S Sunward II, sailing to
George Town, Great Exuma;
Nassau and the Berry Islands on
May 14. Call Elaine Goldstein for
information.
Claire Tolins (left) is discussing the 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign at the Fairways Apartments with
Sumner Kaye, executive director of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward. Mrs. Tolins is carrying on with the same dedication and
enthusiasm as her late husband and former chairman of the Fairways
campaign, Albert Tolins.
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"Community Day brought all
the Jewish women of South
Broward together for a day of
camaraderie, education and
intellectual stimulation,"
remarked Mrs. Meline. "All the
organizations in South Broward
participated in planning the
day's activities."
A corps of 125 hostesses,
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The guest speaker
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Broward
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Delia Rosenberg, Women's Division vice president campaign .5
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Newman. Federation president; Rabbi Carl Klein, HallandaleJ
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, December 15,1978
The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
IckerNamedtoHolocaustMemorialCommission
[resident Carter has appointed
Aid M. Picker of Golden
rh to be one of 24 persons on
President's Commission of
folocaust.
commission will recom-
to him an appropriate
lal to the six million per-
iled in the Holocaust. The
imission will be chaired by
|Weisel.
Ift'hen he first announced plans
such a group last May, the
fesident said, "Many nations
te memorials to the Holocaust
kirns. There is no such formal
[morial in the United States to
Lure that we in the United
States will never forget."
Earlier, he had said in a state-
ment observing Passover: "Little
more than a generation ago the
Holocaust perhaps the crud-
est chapter in the long history of
man's inhumanity to man took
the lives of six million men, wo-
men, and children. And 35 years
ago today, in the streets of the
Warsaw Ghetto, Jewish fighters
rose up in arms againsftheir Nazi
oppressors. We must never forget
the reality and meaning of the
Holocaust, or of the heroic re-
sistance against it."
The President's Commission of
the Holocaust was formally es-
tablished by Executive Order on
Ihomrai-Shoshana Lunch
Arnold M. Picker
Sabra-Scopus
Hollywood
Hadassah
The Sabra-Scopus Group of
Hollywood Hadassah will hold
their Annual Paid-Up Member-
ship Luncheon, Dec. 19 at
Temple Solel, 5100 Sheridan St.
The luncheon will feature a
fashion show by "Nose for
Clothes." In addition to the
entertainment, a weekend for two
at the Sonesta Beach Hotel and
Tennis Club will be raffled off.
For further information, contact
Shirley Rosenblatt.
Nov. 1. Its specific duty is to
make recommendations on estab-
lishing and funding an appro-
priate memorial to victims of the
Holocaust, and to recommend
ways for the nation to commemo-
rate April 28 and 29, the "Days of
Remembrance of Victims of the
Holocaust."
An active member of the
American Jewish Committee,
Picker first visited Israel in 1935.
Picker and his wife Ruth have
been involved in the Weizmann
Institute in Rehovot and the
Jerusalem Foundation. He was
chairman of the Board of the
Foundation for Child Mental
Welfare in New York, a former
member of the Board of Trustees
-of Temple B'nai Jeshuran in New
York, and currently a member of
Temple Beth El in Hollywood.
Picker is a retired executive
vice president and chairman of
the Executive Committee of
United Artists Corporation. He
also served as vice president of
Trans American Corporation. He
was a member of the Standing
Committee for Motion Pictures
under the USA and the USSR
Cultural Exchange Agreement.
In this capacity, he had visited
the Soviet Union many times. He
was appointed by President
Johnson three times to the
United States Advisory Com-
mission on International and
Cultural Affairs.
Picker was active in the poli-
tical campaign of Senator
Muskie. He was also active in the
presidential campaign of Sen.
Henry (Scoop) Jackson.
Picker was a member of the
United States delegation accom-
panying Vice President Walter
Mondale to Israel on the occasion
of Israel's 30th anniversary.
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The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Frida
The First Chanukah Candle
We light the first candle in celebration of
Chanukah on Sunday evening, Dec. 24. The holiday
symbolizes the great Macoabee victory over the
Graeco-Assyrians and the cleansing of the Temple.
We think of Jewish triumphs'throughout our history
against a backdrop of ceaseless wandering and the
most acute of all obscenities in our experience, the
Holocaust.
This year, Chanukah is no different. Saddened
by the death of one of modern Israel's most
distinguished leaders, Golda Meir, we light the first
candle remembering the excitement of the so-called
Anwar Sadat.''peace initiative" last Chanukah when
hopes were sent soaring for a Mideast accord, which
seemed but around the corner.
The candle flickers before us, the memory of
Mrs. Meir's stilled voice echoes in our spirit, and the
soaring hopes of Chanukah yesteryear appear not yet
to be fulfilled. This is the bitter sweet of all our
Jewish history and the bitter sweet of all our
Chanukahs as joy mingles with disappointment and
occasionally even despair.
But Chanukah is a festival symbolizing
rededication and renewal of ancient Jewish principles
and ideals. And so, in the glow of the menorah and
the first candle, we renew our hopes for joy for
peace. We offer them in the spirit of the blessing,
ba'yamim hohem lazman hazeh, in the spirit of our
trust in the miracle of the Jewish continuum as in the
days of old unto our own time.
Whither Peace Euphoria
In the wave of peace euphoria sweeping the
American Jewish community, there has been a
decided reluctance to come to grips with the
possibility that the fabled Sadat peace initiative has
been turned into something like a Frankenstein
monster by the design of Sadat, himself, encouraged
by his negotiating partner, not Israel, but the United
States.
It grows increasingly clear that what Sadat wants
is not peace, but a piece of Israel. Sadat wants a
piece for himself, and the growing strength of his
linkage demands indicates that he wants to assure
other pieces for his fellow-Arab rulers as well.
This is not a popular observation to make, par-
ticularly since the euphoria ebbs away only slowly
and with great reluctance. But Sadat's most recent
demand that Israel accede to a rewrite of Article VI
so that his treaty with Israel should be subordinated
to subsequent treaties he might make with other
Arab countries tells those of us who have been
suspicious all along that we were right in our guarded
optimism.
A Web of Words
Now comes Prof. Yoram Dienstein, Dean of the
Tel Aviv University School of Law, who in an article
published in Ha'aretz, calls the whole Draft Treaty
an amateurish job that he would barely have passed
if written by one of his students in international law.
There is no wonder, he says, the treaty is loaded
in favor of Egypt. After all, confesses Prof. Dienstein
in a startling expose, one of the American legal
experts Israel consulted was a lawyer named
McDougle, "who never concealed the fact that he has
long been an adviser to Arab oil interests."
What happens to American Jewry's euphoria is
really only a minor issue. More vital is what happens
to Israel now that she has boxed herself in by words
at which the fabled People of the Book ought to have
seen far more adept from the beginning.
." '"iJewislri Floridian
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
and SHOFAR OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
Hollywood Office IX 8. Federal Hwy Suite 208. Danla, Fla 33004
Telephone 920-9018
MAIN OFFICE and PLANT 120 NE 6th St.. Miami, Fla S31S2 Phone 373-4606
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The JewifhF loridian Does Net Guarantee The Kashruth
Ol The Merchandise Advertitad In Its Columns
Published Bl Weekly
Second Cuua Poetage Paid at Danla, Fla 864600
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Arab Argument is Jordanian
THE ARAB argument that
Palestine" is occupied certainly
sounds very legal. America,
nothing if not a sucker for the
legal, except where its own
immediate interests may be con-
cerned, swallows the Arab
argument hook, line and sinker.
But the Arab argument is
essentially Jordanian, a nation
only 27 years older than Israel
herself, a nation proposed by that
great self-appointed Zionist. Sir
Winston Churchill, who foresaw
the end of the British Mandate in
a Zionist hegemony, and who
wanted to assure a Palestine
divided more complicatedly than
simply between one Arab and one
Jewish entity oner events in the
Middle East would force the
British presence to come to an
end I hi n
AND SO it is a matter of

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Mindlin
history that what America ac-
cepts as Levantine legalese is in
fact the child of Churchill now
grown into Jordanian legalese.
not historical geopolitical reality.
Consequently, when the
British Mandate ended in 1948
precisely as Churchill foresaw it
with still another partition
that divided yet another time the
remaining half of Pale.,;., .
tween Araby and a S
state Jordan ,*
second partition sfCT? j
creation and moved in "
tion with six fellow-ArKH
to.nvadeanddestroy^e'S'
partition and the dbTS
political entity with it
His
THE SOWER wrrh strings attached
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apologies +o Millet
His grandfather n
Abdullah earlier JfisJl
concept of a Jewish State ...
positive Levantine far* *
murdered for his sentiments.
IT IS this monarch, itistlii.!
invasion which President CiE I
these days sanctifies as ,vmbS |
of Arab legal and "histW
rights in the area which he b.
been led to believe, are ml
expropriated by Is-adj
cupation" and which must k,
"restored."
THAT THE Arab invasionj
Israel in 1948 was itself ill*
hardly seems to bother himui
other world leaders. That fc I
1948 invasion added Brits!
Mandate lands to Jordan in fe j
form of open annexation of tat
West Bank and East Jerusaleal
does not dissuade him fn|
further identifying this bootya I
"Jordanian" or "Palestinian,"
which it became by acclaim at9
hideous Khartoum conferau
after the 1973 war.
The Arab lie is acceptable; tit |
Israeli claims, initiated by UH
fiat and enlarged by Arab at-
tempts to destroy her wti
British urging and support if*
failed in 1948, are "illegal,'' sign
of "occupation" and unac-
ceptable.
The double code of behavior I
here reduces itself to Jew vs. m
Jew. In a world increasingly [
dominated again by New Testa-
ment anti-Semitism and, for the [
first time, Koran revulsion far]
Judeo-Christian infidels 1
generally, the winner is apparent
The Christian, by number.power
and habit, can easily deal wia [
the Koran.
The Jew, by number, power
Continued on Page 13
The Stalemate in Rhodesia
Friday, December 16,1978
Volume 8
15KISLEV5739
Number 26
Some 27 U.S. Senators,
primarily of strong conservative
persuasion, have brought
Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian
Smith and two black allies to
Washington, giving the trio
exposure to American law-
makers, the media, and the
public.
The stakes are tremen-
dous. With Rhodesian whites,
comprising only 4 percent of the
vast nation's population, slowly
moving out, with economic
sanctions strangling the troubled
country, and with Russia and
Cuba itching to push the Smith
regime into final collapse,
Rhodesia must achieve genuine
racial parity and rear a truly
democratic government or face
bitter civil war.
NOBODY KNOWS this better
than Joshua Nkomo and Robert
Mugabe, the black guerrilla
leaders, who will either achieve
5 percent control of the entire
government or else accept the
blandishments of Moscow.
And nobody should know it
better than Ian Smith, whose
boast that never in a thousand
years would he yield to all the
demands of Rhodesia's blacks
has helped mightily to push him
to the wall.
Back a quarter of a century
ago, when Smith was a political
lieutenant of Prime Minister Roy
Welensky, he should have given
better heed to that astute leader
Welensky, who was the son of a
Lithuanian Jew one who went
in 1887 from America to try to
build a fortune once said of Ian
Smith: "He's shown a great
power of resistance to change I
can't see Mr. Smith makina
changes that will produce a
solution. We're headed for
confrontation: and most people
don't seem to realize how terrible
it can be unless some settlement
can emerge. We should move on
to a mixed government, and then
the government should be pre-
dominantly black."
WHEN HE SAID this,
Welensky had the weight of
statistics with him, for 96 percent
of Rhodesia's population is black.
Ana those proud Africans, keenly
conscious of intensified decolon-
ization, will not abide the Smith
rule, the Smith intransigence, the
Smith refusal to grant the great
black majority a proper share of
leadership in the legislative,
judicial, and economic life of
Rhodesia. (Currently average
black earnings there are $830
annually; average white earnings
are $8,249. Literacy holds for 25
percent of the people; but
determination to taste all the
fruits of freedom and democracy
scores 100 percent among the
long-suffering blacks.)
Britain, which looks aghast at
the pro-Smith move led by
Senators S.I. Hayakawa of
California and Jesse A. Helms of
North Carolina, has for years
acknowledged that the dream of
Cecil Rhodes had changed to
nightmare. Rhodes, who knew
how to acquire millions from gold
and diamonds, also knew how to
saddle apartheid, the rankest
kind of discrimination, on a
nation while sugarcoatingitwnl
lovely promises ol a paradisiacal I
future for blacks. He had hisonj
way of "extending British civil
ization into darkest Africa.''
SO BEGINNING in lM-l
when the blacks resolved
throw off Smith's tight hold and |
formed the African Natw*
Council, England so.*'
vigorously for a solution^'
change came in 19 m
British Foreign Secretary Ja
Callahan brought forward IiH
calling for acceptance ol w
principle of majority ru*
elections in one and a half to t*
years, independence only ""
majority rule was establish^
and no long, drawn-oiii
negotiations.
This proved a prescription <*
demanding for the Smith raja*
but when State Secretary HeW
Kissinger retooled j"J
changed his mind and agreeo-
black majority rule within j
ye"8, -J
The two years have gone m
Henry Kissinger, still Itry"*:
shore up Smith, gave h^J
support during the M*r\
leader's recent Washing*" I
BUT PRESIDENT CaJ*|
declaring he knew of no
agreement with Smith, stai*
wliTnot familiar with *
Kissinger-Smith P 3
continued to call for a ne^JJ
plan for transition to m*)**
ln retrospect, Wfffil
seems to have been |
prophet when he sud- '
see Mr. Smith ^{^F
that wiU produce a soluuoe
That's a judgment that n*~
Rhodesia to this day-


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The Jewish Floridianand Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
Former Israeli Prime Minister
Golda Meir Is Dead At Age 80
Continued from Page 1
Light Israel "in flatfooted sur-
rise and gave rise to many post-
Mr investigations into just who
Lg responsible for the country's
^.preparedness.
It also gave rise to severe
L.itici.sm of Mrs. Meir's "kitchen
fcabinet," a reference to her
illegedly elitist method of rule
vhich involved meetings between
derself and her top aides in her
kitchen at home over tea and
boffee, and which suggested that
the was not operating on a broad
Enough base of public and
overnmental opinion.
Born in Kiev, Russia, in 1898,
Mrs Meir and her parents im-
migrated to the United States in
1906 and settled in Milwaukee.
4er father worked as a railway
carpenter. Her mother ran a
small grocery store.
IN HER teens, she was active
Jewish civic and relief
Organizations, particularly in the
Labor Zionist Poalei Zion. She
ater taught in Yiddish folk
chools. In 1917, she was
carried.
In 1921, Mrs. Meir immigrated
Israel with her husband,
ettling in the Kibbutz Merhavia
the malaria infested Jezreel
/alley, where the couple special-
zed in poultry breeding. Three
(rears later, they settled in
Jerusalem.
Mrs. Meir became the mother
Df a son and a daughter and was a
andmother of five at the time of
fier death. Her daughter became
. member of Kibbutz Revivim, a
pioneer village in the Negev
desert. Her son is a professional
cellist.
In 1928, Mrs. Meir became sec-
I'tarv of the Women's Labor
Council, founding member of
Mapai. the Israeli Labor Party,
and later joined Histadrut, where
tin U'came a member of its
Exi cutive Committee.
WITH THE end of World War
I nml the growing pressure at
[tin' l.'nited Nations Organization
I for the partition of then-Palestine
land the establishment of a new
Jewish nation, in 1946 Mrs. Meir
nras named acting head of the
Newish Agency's Political De-
|partirunt in Jerusalem.
On May 10, 1948, dressed as an
!Arab woman, she traveled
secretly to Amman to attempt to
I persuade King Abdullah of
ITransjordan not to join in the
I Arab invasion of Israel which
I occurred within 24 hours after the
I UN partition.
Four days later, she became a
I signatory to Israel's Declaration
I of I ndependence. During the next
(year, she served as Israel's first
[Ambassador to Moscow, and in
1949, she was elected to Israel's
| First Knesset.
SHE WAS appointed Minister
I of Labor and was particularly
preoccupied in the following
years with providing employ-
l ment and housing for the great
Jewish refugee immigration of
the early 1950s.
In 1956, she was appointed
Foreign Minister, and in 1965,
she retired from all government
activity.
However, one year later, with
* sudden death of Premier Levi
Genkol, she was named secretary
general of Mapai. With the
merger of the major labor fac-
tions to form the united Israel
Labor Party, she became its sec-
| retaj"y general until 1968.
One year later, she was
nominated and accepted the
| Premiership of Israel.
MRS. MEIR'S death comes at
a time when Israel is again locked
"a life and death struggle to
achieve peace in the Middle East.
*-ven m death, her voice still
speaks words pertinent to that
struggle. In an address to the
Knesset on March 17, 1969 she
declared:
The secret of Israel's en-
durance in the struggles and wars
that have been forced upon us
Katz Family Released
After Kennedy Plea
.* nkewkX0Rf w- (JTA) ~ The fami,yof Boris and
isatasha Katz of Moscow, which attracted international
attention because their one-year-old daughter, Jessica,
required treatment for a digestive disorder which Soviet
doctors admittedly could not treat, arrived in Vienna after
finally receiving permission from Soviet authorities to
emigrate.
According to the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry,
which reported their arrival in Vienna, the Katz's nine-
day-old daughter, Gabrielle, whose birth delayed the
family from leaving Moscow, was carried off the plane by
Natasha. J
THE FAMILY flew to Boston, where Jessica will
undergo an operation. Boris Katz thanked Sen. Edward
Kennedy (D., Mass.) for making the final breakthrough in
the family's struggle to join his mother and two brothers
in Cambridge, Mass. Kennedy helped clear the way for the
Katz family to leave the Soviet Union during a visit in
September when he met with Soviet President Leonid
Brezhnev.
since we achieved our indepen-
dence is the inexorable tie be-
tween survival and sovereignty,
and our consciousness of this tie
for the survival of the Arab
states does not depend on the
liquidation of our independence
or the destruction of Israel; while
our very lives and survival of
each of us and of all of us
together depend on the
strength of our State.''
In the wake of the 1956 Suez-
Sinai war, she told the General
Assembly of the United Nations:
"WE ARE a small people in a
small barren land which we
revived with our labor and our
love. The odds against us are
heavy; the disparity of forces is
great, but we have no alternative
but to defend our lives and
freedom and right to security. We
desire nothing more than peace,
but we can not equate peace
merely with an apathetic
readiness to be destroyed.
"If hostile forces gather for our
proposed destruction, they must
not demand that we provide them
with ideal conditions for the
realization of their plans."
More than 50 women participated in a worker training session led by
ii-n H"lcre8t Chairwoman of Worker Training, Hannah Adel. The
Hillcrest women have been holding regularly scheduled training and
organizational meetings to prepare for the Fifth Annual Hillcrest
Women's Division Luncheon to be held on Jan. 29, 1979. The next
comnJ,"ee m^'ing wfli be Dec. 18th. The meeting will be foUowed by
the Hillcrest Hostess Luncheon on Jan. 21. The Hillcrest Women's
Division activities are under direction of chairwomen Gloria Hess and
Alice Berezin.
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Friday, December,
BEN SALTER
Campaign Chairman
1979 Combined Jewish Appeal!
Israel Emergency Fund
Executive Campaign Cabinet-
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NATHAN PRITCHER
Big Gifts
MERON J. LEVITATS, M.D.
Education
SYDNEY HOLTZMAN
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OTTOSTIEBER
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RALPH J. GRANT
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R. JOEL WEISS, ESQ.
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DELLA ROSENBERG
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Robert Evans to Speak at JNF Dinner
Fred Lippman, Florida State
Representative will receive the
Distinguished Award from
Jewish National Fund. Broward
County Council for his dedication
to all and especially to the State
of Israel at Beth Shalom. Dec. 16.
The annual dinner of Jewish
National Fund will feature as
main speaker CBS Commentator
Robert M. Evans.
Earlier this year Evans went to
Egypt to cover the Anwar Sadat-
Jimmy Carter Summit Meeting
in Aswan. He spent several
weeks in Egypt conferring with
Egyptian officials and public
figures as well as American
diplomats in Cairo.
He has made frequent trips as
well on assignments to Israel. At
the invitation of the Foreign
Ministry he made a month-long
visit to Israel to produce a series
of three programs of Israeli life
for broadcast in his own
nationally syndicated television
series. The Foreign Ministry also
invited him to Jerusalem to
participate in a military and
strategic affairs seminar that
looked back at the results of the
1973 War. Evans has also led a
group into the Sinai Desert and
to the Santa Katerina Monastery
for scaling Mount Sinai.
Evans went to Washington the
week of the Camp David summit
announcement. He probed into
the background of the new ac-
cords between Menachem Begin
and Anwar Sadat that President
Carter fashioned. He will speak
here on "Israel and the Arabs
after Camp David."
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Temple Israel Education~aTF^,
Tin. Siilll hn'iml Rrnaiarrl C:l____ Saver has many hook,
and religious WEt'
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a lturer. radio W
personality. ""
Elaine Silver
The Southwest Broward
Chapter of Hadassah presents its
second Educational Forum at
Temple Israel of Miramar on
Monday. Jan. 29at 7:30 p.m.
The program will feature Dr.
Samuel Silver and his wife "' ">"ver i8 ,
Elaine. Together they will ?T a.tc of J"illiard
present a composite of song. Musu' "> New York City"
music, humor and raconteur. Dr.
Silver is currently the Kabbi at
the Jewish Community Center in
Cape Coral. Prior to this he held
the pulpit of Temple Sinai in
Stanford. Conn, for 18 years. Dr.
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Performed in van
country ,fore g
audiences.
This Forum is ,
public. For ticket
please call Mrs.:
MaeKiCl
ion
and
Participating in the ribbon cutting ceremony are from left. Gail Weisberg. M.S.W.. project director.
Southeast Multipurpose Center; Morton Levin, chairman of the Jewish Community Center Hollywood
Extension Advisory Committee; Leonard Weisinger. vice president of the Area-wide Board on Aging
Browat I County; Dr. Nan Hutchison. D.E.D.. executive director of the Area Agency on Aging -
Hrowar 1 County; Hollywood Mayor David Keating; Joyce Newman. President of the Jewish Federal!
or J*>ur!i Broward; William Oriol, staff director, special committee on Aging for the U.S. Senate; ai
r neda aides, program coordinator of the Southeast Senior Day Care Center.
Senior Bay Care Center Opens
A ribbon-cutting ceremony to
commemorate the official open-
ing of ne Southeast Senior Day
Care Center was held recently at
Temple Sinai, according to CJail
Welsh project director.
On hand as guests were Holly-
wood Mayor David Keating. U.S.
Senate Special Committee on
Aging stafff director Bill Oriol.
Nan Hutchison, executive di-
rector c* the Area Agency on Ag-
ing, and Joyce Newman, presi-
dent ol the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
First opened eight weeks ago.
the center provides an alternative
to the place elderly people most
dread the nursing home.
'That nursing home is the
worst thing that can happen to
you. positively the worst," de-
clared Milton Forman, a partici-
pant in the day care center pro-
gram.
Thirty-four "participants'"
people older than 60 whose health
I have tuned pianos (or most ol the
worlds great
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is particularly frail are by mm
more or less regular visitors to
the center each Monday through
Friday. Eleven of them arrive
each morning in a van donated by
National Council of Jewish
Women.
Right now 1 would say trans-
portation is one of our chief
problems.'" Weisberg said. "We
have more people who want to
come than we can get here each
morning."
Activities at the day care
center resemble those offered at
similar facilities for very young
children. They include singing.
dancing, painting, short walks
outside, a nap whenever a parti-
cipant feels too tired to do
anything else. There is also some
bingo, speech therapy, word
games and communal conversa-
tion and singing.
The program is a parent
agency of the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida. Fund-
ing is provided by the Area
Agency on Aging and Title III. a
Technion Bazaar
The South Broward Chapter of
the American Society for Tech-
nion will hold a Bazaar on
Monday. Dec. 18, at noon, at
Galahad North, 3001 South
Ocean Drive. Hollywood.
Proceeds will go for scholar-
ships for Technion. Florence
Scheinbeim is chairperson.
matching grant program with the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
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Members of the Jewish Federation of South R.
Division Beach Campaign Cabinet met recent! IT^
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lents Perform in Chanukah Festival
Lrew Day School's
[Happening program
Festival, sponsored by
i'rith Women of Sun-
cr No. 1527 at the
llusic Theatre on
c. 24. at 2 p.m.
nukah Happening is
Jjf iongs, dancing, and
L children from pre-
i through fourth
be participating as
of the parents.
nita Perlman, past
Q president of B'nai
pen and founder of
B'nai B'rith Girls and current
president of the JCCOF Fort
Lauderdale, will be keynote
speaker. The B'nai B'rith Girls
will serve as ushers and also
participate in singing at the
festival. Coordinating and chair-
ing this event will be the current
president. Harriet Weinroth, and
past presidents. Helaine Paress
and Ida Kostoff. Director of the
Hebrew Day School, Mrs. Fran
Merenstein and her chairperson,
Mrs. Theo Armstead, will be
correlating the children's
segment of the Chanukah
Festival.
rood Mall Chanukah Display
The Feast of Ded-
"The Festival of
is on the 25th day of
[month of Kislev and
^ht days. It marks the
of the Temple by
Eabeein 165 B.C. after
[over the Syrians who
|ts sanctuary.
Hollywood Mall, a
display from Dec. 22
epicts the search for
predicted by Isaiah,
Hebrew women
Bowing robes of blues,
told, traditional colors
>f Israel.
\an B'nai
\Sets Concert
S. Truman Lodge of
frith presents on
lee. 19 at 8 p.m. at the
3800 South Ocean
I first local concert by
Jinkofsky, Cantor of
ai of Holly wood.
graduating from the
chool, he pursued his
(eer by studying with
bchers in Europe. He
years with the
ic Orchestra
They are approaching the
Menorah in the Temple of
Jerusalem with oil to light the
candles.
Chanukah begins at sundown
Sunday, Dec. 24, when the first
candle on the Menorah is lit, and
continues through Monday, Jan.
1.
Some 150 guests attended the
Fourth Annual Autumn Ball of
the Hebrew Day School of Fort
Lauderdale with the theme of
"Help us raise the roof."
Rabbi Philip Labowitz gave
the invocation and was followed
by Cantor Maurice Neu leading
the Hatikvah and Star Spangled
Banner. Mrs. Fran Merenstein,
director of the Hebrew Day
School, welcomed the guests on
behalf of the children. David
Jackowitz spoke to the group as
president of the school and as a
parent in the school.
An auction was held for
weekends at hotels. David
Jackowitz, president of the
Hebrew Day School, officiated as
auctioneer. The proceeds of the
evening will aid the Hebrew Day
School in its move for the next
school year to the JCC site at the
Florida Air Academy.
Chairpersons of the evening
were Mr. and Mrs. Joel Reinstein
and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lip-
nack.
Irving Fox Is Controller
Irving Fox has been named to
the position of controller at the
Jewish Federation of South Bro-
ward, according to Sunnier G.
Kaye, executive director.
Prior to joining the staff at
JFSB, Fox was employed for 13
years by Amerada Hess Corpora-
tion in Woodbridge, N.J. He
served in several managerial
positions, including general man-
ager, Fuel Oil and Burner Service
Department before leaving the
corporation.
Fox earned a Bachelor of Com-
merical Science degree from Ben-
jamin Franklin University in
Washington. D.C.
Fox and his wife Selma have
two daughters.
Irving Fox
lloist
as
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ram will include some
[arias, medleys of
lebrew and Jewish
knd classical liturgical
tpt Votes
Embargo
LLEM (JTA) An
vernment source here
phock and disappoint-
^ Egyptian support of
-sponsored draft
adopted in the United
General Assembly's
^mmittee which called
datory arms embargo
Bel.
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Emergency Fund are seated from left. Esther Coleman. Rae Eichenbronner, Evelyn Stieber and Betty
Karmiel. Standing, from left are Ben Schwab, Sylvia Fridman. Helen Ahrams. Herman Abrams, Delia
Rosenberg, Jerome Rosenberg, Otto Stieber and Herman Karmiel. Beverly Shapiro presented a report
and slide show on the 1978 Community Mission.
Shcharansky Transferred to Prison,
Further Away From Family
POC Anatoly Shcharansky has
been transferred further away
from his family to a prison in the
Tatar Republic. Shcharansky
was sentenced in July to a total
of 15 years in prison and labor
camps for "treason, espionage
and anti-Soviet agitation" and
had been 9ent to the infamous
Vladimir prison, about 100 miles
east of Moscow.
He has now been transferred to
a criminal prison in Chistopol,
about 500 miles east of Moscow.
Vladimir had housed both
criminal and political prisoners.
The move will make it much more
difficult for Shcharansky's family
and friends to visit him.
Shcharansky's trial drew
world-wide condemnation for its
perversion of the Soviet criminal
justice system. President Carter
and hundreds of other American
officials had proclaimed their
belief in Shcharansky's in-
nocence.
In a cruel reversal, Amner
Zavurov, who would have become
eligible for amnesty in six
months, has been convicted of
violating his labor camp rules
and sentenced to an additional
one and a half years.
Zavurov had recently been
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ab Argument is Jordanian
ued from Page 4
mot
|E argument for
0d "legal" rights of
occupied" lands
er consideration.
hat the Arabs gained
Jerusalem as early
venth century when
Dm Arabia began
vard and then
|to Europe,
part "f the early
le Islamic struggle
.._ anrting Christen-
jjthing t<> do with an
i!> >|)iritual feeling
Horde that within a
lears the Arab
to an end in the
the occupying
bnasty, whose home
Bmasius. The power
(,on shifted to Bagh-
hands of a junta
|by Persians and
lasids.
VER. either before or
overthrow, did the
any interest in
generally or in
specifically. The
ruggle, as such, had
designed to set off
growing strength of
rbread Lady'
i's The Gingerbread
i through Dec. 18 at
r>d Playhouse. Cast
re Sally I/evin, Paul
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tor is Bob Weinstein.
jst is located at 2640
i St., Hollywood.
Christendom, not to establish a
holy or geopolitical presence in
Palestine or Jerusalem.
What is further clear is that
official Arab attempts to estab-
lish a political presence in what
today are called the "occupied"
territories always zeroed in on
Ramla as the distant Arab pro-
vincial capital, not Jerusalem.
It is true that, with the excep-
tion of the brief period of oc-
cupancy by the Christian
crusaders, Jerusalem was under
Moslem rule from the days of the
Persian-Turkish Abbasid junta
until 1918 a period of some
1,300 years.
THIS DATE coincides with
the collapse of the Ottoman
Empire and the establishment of
the British Mandate after World
War I. But this is a geopolitical
reality having nothing to do with
Arab spiritual interest in the city.
Arab spiritual interest is
rooted in Mecca and Medina,
where Mohammed lived and
where his work led to the
founding of Islam. Despite the
presence of the Dome of the Rock
and the Mosque of Al Aksa, both
in East Jerusalem, Arabs pntil
today have had no genuine
spiritual interest in that city. It is
toward Mecca and Medina that
they turn in their prayers, much
as Jews historically turned east-
ward, toward Jerusalem,
throughout their own exile.
What they resent is a Jewish
nation as anathema to the
teachings of the Koran in the
same way that they resent
Christendom. Quite simply, they
resent the existence of Israel. The
Jewish presence in Jerusalem,
incidentally a majority presence
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since the end of the nineteenth
century, is merely a secondary
consideration.
THE PARALLEL to Chris-
tianity makes this clear.
Christian anti-Semitism is rooted
in the notion that Jews must
remain reviled and in exile until
their redemption through the
acceptance of Jesus as Messiah.
The retstablLshment of Israel in
our time not only sets the lie to
this dogma; it shakes the ground
of the ideological structure essen-
tial to Christian belief.
Christian relations with Jews
are geared to a successful ac-
ceptance of their dogma, and
they have done everything
possible throughout the ages to
assure the fact that Jews will be
reviled and remain in exile. It is
clear that their attitude toward
Judaism and Israel must remain
consistent with this policy.
If we want to go back to begin-
nings and just who is occupying
whom in Jerusalem, the fact is
that the Dome of the Rock and Al
Aksa are built on the ancient
Jewish Temple Mount, which
precedes both off-shoot
Christianity and Islam by at
least half a millennium. It is they
who are the squatters.
THAT THE Temple Mount is
holy to each of these off-shoots
surely demonstrates the poverty-
stricken visions of each of these
orphan spiritual systems, which
cannot fend for themselves
unrelated to Jewish spiritual and
geopolitical history, let alone
holy writ.
It is precisely in this that we
can recognize the genocidal
mania in each toward Jewish
mystical realpolitik. But the
Jewish presence in Jerusalem and
prior claims to Jerusalem go back
to the days before the Prophets.
They are rooted in the Five
Books of Moses.
That Christians later and
Araby today ex-post facto invest
Jerusalem with Christian and
Moslem spiritual claims is no less
absurd than the Moslem propa-
ganda that the presence of Jews
in Jerusalem defiles their own
purpose there.
THE JORDANIAN rape of
East Jerusalem in 1948, and
.King Hussein sgovernmentally-
decreed destruction of all Jewish
facilities and grave sites in East
Jerusalem during his occupation,
give substance in the muddled
Christian mind to this belief, so
confused are Christians by their
own bigoted view of the claims of
Christianity.
From a political viewpoint
today, chief in the ranks of the
muddled is Jimmy Carter. It is
not a fear but a distinct
possibility that Jerusalem may
yet be torn from the Jewish grasp
once again. It is Carter who will
largely be at fault if it is, for it is
Carter who is pandering to the
newest anti-Semitism.
THE VISION of a Baptist
Sunday School teacher is no
clearer than, say. that of a Jim
Bishop, whose main claim to
fame is that he made a load doing
yet another rewrite of history
called The Day Christ Died.
And who fought for the right
to establish iniquitous dens of
gambling along the Gold Coast. I
am certain that Bishop sees no
conflict of interest here
precisely the way Carter sees no
conflict of interest between his
acceding to President Sadat that
a Jewish presence in Jerusalem is
illegal and his Sunday School
instruction.
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Musical Program at Beth Shoiom chanukah Pro-am Special Services at Beft
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An evening of ente-tainment
for all ages is planned for Temple
Beth Shalom on Sunday, Dec. 17
at 7:30 p.m. in the grand
ballroom. 1400 N. 46 Ave.,
Hollywood.
The orchestra will be
ducted by Henry Osman.
con-
The orchestra is composed of
64 professional musicians and is
sponsored by the Washington
Federal Savings and I.oun Hank.
All donations that evening will be
channeled to the new Beth
Shalom school building addition.
Call Temple office for tickets and
additional information.
A special Chanukah program
will be presented by the children
of members of the National
Council of Jewish Women on
Dec. 21 at 10:30 a.m. at the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center. Singing and dancing is
planned.
Fine Arts Programs Set at beth El Technion Women
The Brotherhood of Temple
Beth El will present three
Sunday evening fine arts perfor-
mances. On Sunday, Dec. 17, the
Florida International University
Harp Ensemble will perform in
the Tobin Auditorium, 1351 S.
14th Ave., Hollywood.
In concert, the American
Balalaika Company will appear
on Jan. 21, in the Tobin
Auditorium. Clarinetist
Yoshihiro Obata will perform at
the Hollywood Art and Culture
Center. Tickets are avilable at the
Temple office and at the door,
1351 S. 14th Ave., Hollywood.
The public is invited.
The South Broward Chapter of
the American Society for
Technion, will hold its next
meeting on Monday, Dec. 18, at
noon at Galahad North, 3001
South Ocean Drive, Hollywood.
A Bazaar will be featured with
many surprises.
United Jewish Appeal Sponsors
'40th Anniversary Essay Contest
NEW YORK As part of its
40th anniversary of service to the
Jewish people, the United Jewish
Appeal will sponsor an essay
contest for high school students
in the United States and Israel, it
was announced by Irwin S. Field,
the UJA national chairman. The
topic for the contest is "UJA
Forty Years of Jewish Lifeline."
In order to emphasize that this
contest is a learning experience,
and to minimize the competitive
nature. UJA will recognize the
participation of all entrants by
granting them an official cer-
tificate of achievement There
wQl, moreover, be no ranking of
prizes in the United States: the
authors of the 10 best essays will
each he given a round trip to
Israel, to enable them to examine
at first hand the subjects ex-
plored in their essays. While
there, they will have a one-day
guided tour by the United Jewish
Appeal.
THE ISRAELI first prize
winner will receive a three-year
university tuition scholarship:
the second prize winner, a two-
year tuition scholarship; and the
third prize winner will receive a
one-year tuition scholarship.
Those wishing to participate
may obtain entry forms until
Feb. 15 from their local Jewish
Federations and Boards of
Jewish Education or from the
National UJA office. 1290
Avenue of the Americas, New
York, N.Y. 10019. The winners
will be announced on May 2,
1979, simultaneously in
Jerusalem and New York. May
2nd is Israel's Independence
Day.
"We hope that students will
avail themselves of materials
pertaining to Jewish survival
after the Holocaust, the set-
tlement of displaced persons, the
rebirth of Israel, and the
upgrading and renewal of the
quality of Jewish life, in all of
which the UJA has played a key
role," said Field.
The contest will be supervised
by an advisory committee of
leading American Jewish
educators. Dr. Alvin I. Schiff,
chairman of its steering com-
mittee, said: "We hope that
many young people will take
the opportunity to familiarize
themselves with this vital period
of Jewish history and forge a new
link with the Jewish heritage of
humanitarianism, which has been
exemDlified bv UJA in its out-
standing record of achievement
over 40 years."
IN ADDITION to Dr. Schiff,
who is executive vice president of
the Board of Jewish Education of
Greater New York, and Issachar
Miron, national director of
creative and educational pro-
grams of the United Jewish
Appeal, who serves as the
coordinator of the contest ac-
tivities, the steering committee is
composed of leading Jewish
educators and representatives of
Jewish education bureaus and
youth organizations.
The steering committee in
formation is comprised of:
Donald Adelman. executive
director of the American Zionist
Youth Foundation: Dr. Shimon
Frost, acting director, American
Association of Jewish Education;
Rabbi Robert Hirt. director,
National Commission on Torah
Education, Yeshiva University;
Rabbi Melvin L. I.ibman.
director of the Rabbinic Cabinet
and director of the Faculty
Advisory Cabinet of the United
Jewish Appeal; Rabbi Stephen
A. Schafer. director. National
Federation of Temple Youth;
Rabbi Samuel Schafler.
Superintendent of the Board of
Jewish Education of
Metropolitan Chicago: Dr.
Morton Siegel, director, Com-
mission on Jewish Education of
the United Synagogue of
America; Rabbi Daniel B. Syme,
national director of education of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
A "Dry Bones" cartoon from
the Jerusalem Post has been
dedicated t> the contest by
Yaacov Kirschen, creator of the
most popular daily cartoon in the
paper. The name "Dry Bones" is
symbolic It is taken from the
Book ot Ezekiel, written in the
Sixth Century B.C.0-, in which
the Prophet foresaw the rebirth
of Israel from destruction to
redemption.
Jobs Needed for Russian Families
The Jewish Family Service oi
Hi ward County is seeking em-
ployment for various members of
newly resettled Russian families.
Currently needed are jobs for
computer programmers, photo
graphers, and dental assistants
as well as any other positions
that are available.
Contact Shelly Solomon at
Jewish Family Service. By
helping these families reach
independence the agency can
oiler aid to more families
currently waiting to be resettled.
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County held a Volunteer
Orientation Evening for the
Russian Resettlement Program
on Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Hollywood office of Jewish
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jcember 15,1978
. *'
ierican ORT Federation
Launched in Florida
Irican ORT Federation, the
TJn of the world's oldest
tional system of
onal schools for the
. and training of skilled
[manpower, was launched
hda on a statewide basis
this month with the
. of a state chairman, the
iment of a professional
Erector and the selection of
auderdale as ORT's state
liarters.
p I. Moss of Lake Worth, a
[Chicago industrialist who
Ice president of American
Federation, has been named
I organization's executive
[as chairman of the new
i ORT.
.Vachtel of Miami Beach,
assistant director general
1 American Jewish Joint
Lution Committee (JDC),
Led in Israel for eight years
|g for JDC in conjunction
}RT has been named
in Miami of ORT's
el office.
. L. Roberts of Fort
?dale, a veteran publicist,
and professional fundraiser
. past affiliations include
lg posts with a number of
largest philanthropic,
ftional, cultural and
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
Nathan Roberts
religious organizations and in-
stitutions in the American
Jewish community, has been
appointed ORT's Florida state
director.
ORT an acronym for Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
through Training is the
umbrella organization nation-
wide. There are men's ORT
chapters in 100 communities
throughout the country, in-
cluding the Greater Miami Beach
Men's ORT. Women's American
ORT is an affiliate of the
American ORT Federation, with
its own structure of over 140,000
members the country over.
** P
II y Abe Halpcrn
Addenda:
Dear Sir: Re- Who is Hephzibah?
I hasten to point out that your explanation
concerning the above mentioned name did not
include one other woman called Hephzibah.
According to Who's Who in the Old Testament
b.v Joan Comay p. 152, col. 2:
"Hephzibah (Hebrew My delight is in her) c.
8th century B.C.E. Wife of King Hezekiah and
the mother of King Manasseh. (2 Kings 21:1)"
An examination of 2 Kings 21:1 specifically
refers to her as follows:
"Manasseh was twelve years old when he
began to reign, and he reigned fifty and five years
in Jerusalem. And his mother's name was Hephzi-
bah").
Hope you'll accept this addition to your article
of Friday, Nov. 17th in the Jewish Floridian and
Shofar.
Keep up the good work otherwise, since your
answers are worthwhile and instructive.
Sincerely yours,
Henrietta M. Prentky
Hallandale. Florida
The above Icter was received immediately
following the publication of the ASK ABE
column of Nov. 17.
I wish to express my thanks and appreciation
to Henrietta Prentky for her valuable comments.
Because it has additional information about the
name Hephzibah, I did not wish to delay the
publication of her letter. It is succinct, well
written, documented and to the point. I am
delighted to share it with the readers of this
column.
I n researching answers to questions submitted,
1 always have more information than I can in-
clude in one column. Sometimes my answer
appears in two consecutive columns two weeks
apart. Other times the answer appears in three
columns which takes a month for the conclusion.
I prefer however to write the answer to most
questions in one column. I therefore must limit
the information available.
Since this column began in April 1974 I have
been receiving numerous comments in person, by
phone and by mail. I welcome the type of letter
printed in this issue. Please continue to send me
your questions and comments. Many thanks.
It is interesting to note that in the original
Hebrew text the name Hephzibah is spelled out as
follows: Chet, Fay, Tzadi, Yod, Bet and Hay,
*ith a dash between the Yod and the Bet. The
1 lebrew pronunciation is Cheftzee-bah.
Please send questions to:
ASK ABE
Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
MoUywood.Fla. 33020_______
Knew Emigres Were Criminals
ALBANY, N.Y. (JTA) -
The names of at least three
alleged Latvian Nazi war
criminals now living in the
United States were known to
immigration authorities before
the men entered this country.
Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal
charged here.
In a taping for "Heritage and
Destiny," a television program
produced by the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith
and the local Jewish Federation
on the Albany ABC affiliate,
Wiesenthal said that the names
of Vilis Hazners, Karlis Detlavs
and Edgars Laipenieks were on a
list of 50 criminals from the
Baltic countries that he pub-
lished in 1949.
"WE WERE searching in
some displaced persons camps in
Germany, because these people in
1944 escaped with the Germans,"
he said. "I sent this list to an
American newspaper, and they
sent it to the immigration
authorities."
Hazners, 73, now lives in the
Washington County town of
Dresden, N.Y.. 60 miles north-
east of Albany. He is charged by
the U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service (INS)
with having entered the country
illegally in 1956 from Hamburg.
Germany, by failing to disclose
his participation as a senior
military official in Nazi-spon-
sored war crimes in the vicinity of
Riga. It has been established that
he was employed by the CIA-
funded Radio Free Europe and
Radio Liberty.
Detlavs, 67. of Baltimore. Md..
entered the U.S. in 1950 and is
also charged with failure to dis-
close his participation in Nazi
war crimes.
Religious
Directory
NORTH BROWARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowltz. Cantor Maurice
A.Neu.
HE ALLEGEDLY served as a
guard in Salaspils death camp,
and took part in shooting and
selection of Jews in Riga. Both
Hazners and Detlavs are in the
midst of court procedures,
represented by the same at-
torney, Ivars Berzins. The
Hazners case has been inactive
since spring.
The INS has not yet brought
formal charges against
Laipenieks, the third Latvian
that Wiesenthal named. Now
residing in San Diego, Calif.,
Laipenieks, 65, allegedly killed
Jews in the central prison in
Riga.
According to a journalist and
Nazi war criminal expert, Charles
R. Allen, Jr., the CIA,
Laipenieks' employer for more
than 14 years, has inter' ened on
his behalf.
"THE GUILT of the Nazi
helpers in the occu|"d ter-
ritories, especially the Eastern
countries, is, in my opinion,
greater than the guilt of the
(German) Nazis," Wiesenthal
said.
"They were perfect criminals;
they were voluntary. They were
living in the same places as the
victims, going to the same
schools, knew each other. Some-
times they had common busi-
nesses, and in the end they had a
profit from the profiteers.
"During the Cold War in the
1950s," he continued, "these
people entered the U.S. and now
they are here. For me, there is not
any doubt that these people are
guilty"
Dutch Murderer Beats Rap
After Less Than Two Years

AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
Dutch multimillionaire Pieter
Men ten, now 79, was freed im-
mediately Tuesday morning by a
special tribunal of the Hague
District Court after nearly two
years of detention most of which
he had spent in Hague Prison
I lospital for diabetes.
Menten had been sentenced by
the special tribunal of Amster-
dam District Court to 15 years
imprisonment in December last
year for mass murders committed
in the village of Podhorodze in
Eastern Galicia in the summer of
1941.
BOTH MENTEN himself and
the public prosecutor appealed to
the Supreme Court. The latter
decided last May that the
Amsterdam sentence had to be
quashed because it had not
sufficiently motivated why it did
not take account of Menten's
claim that in October, 1952 he
had received an oral promise from
then Minister of Justice, the late
Leendert Donker, that he would
never be prosecuted again ft,, his
wartime activities in Poland.
The Supreme Court referred
the case to the special treatment
of the Hague District Court. Last
first
who had also been chairman of
the Second Chamber of the
Parliament, made a sworn
statement to the examining
magistrate that her late husband
had told her about this promise.
Mrs. Kortenhorst is now 88
years old. The court attached
strong importance to this
evidence. It also held that
Menten's renewed prosecution
after nearly 25 years is a con-
travention of the European
Convention on Human Rights.
In Memoriam
"Honorable friend Golda
Meir died. It is a great loss to
Israel and to the whole
world, but her name, actions,
ideas and her devotion to the
Jews and to Jsrael will live
forever." Ed Dincin.
H oily wood._______________
| CANDLELIGHTING
TIME |
temple beth ORR. 2)51 Riverside September, this court first or-
dered a thorough investigation in
all relevant files for any written
evidence corroborating Menten's
claim. It was reported last month
that no such evidence whatever
had been found.
HOWEVER, Menten's post-
war Lawyer, L.G. Kortenhorst,
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Dissenter's Opinion
Accord Dissatisfaction Seen Growing
By RAY SAIDEL
Special to
The Jewish Floridian
JERUSALEM -
Dissatisfaction with Carter's
Camp David treaty is spreading
into all areas of Israeli political
life left, right and center are
rethinking the issues.
The treaty lost many sup-
porters when Carter pressed for
items that were not originally
under serious consideration,
items Sadat alone would never
dare demand. But Sadat found
himself in a strange position. He
couldn't be less pro-Arab than
the U.S. President, so he "upped
the ante."
"IT'S OBVIOUS now to any
but the most obtuse observer
that the peace talks delay is due
to Washington; the snowballing
increase in Israeli discomfort
with "The Treaty" is due to
Carter and State Department
declarations. They make it
crystal clear. Washington has
moved into the Arab camp.
In fact, Carter and "State" feel
secure enough to move all the
way to an "extreme" pro-Arab
position. Israelis are wakinjt to
the fact that they are not nego-
tiating with an enemy Egypt and
a neutral U.S.A., but with Egypt
and Egypt's ally.
The Saunders episode in
Jordan and the "West Bank."
the U.S. backing out on
numerous financial and political
commitments, the tone of
Carter's comments make it clear
even to the most doveish Israelis;
they made a big mistake nego-
tiating in the U.S.A. They would
have been better off negotiating
in Cairo.
ONE OF the strongest sup-
porters of Prime Minister Bearin's
State Dep 't. 'Explains' Israel's
Military Shipment to Nicaragua
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The State Department said that
Israel's "last shipment" of
military materiel to the Somoza
government "under a set of
contracts for light military
equipment was made in August."
The Department's chief
spokesman, Hod ding Carter, was
asked for the second time in a
week about Israeli military
assistance to Nicaragua's
government. Previously he
reported that Israel had denied
making shipments "clan-
destinely" to Nicaragua.
REGARDING the contractual
shipments, Carter said that "we
have been told" by the Israel
government that no shipments
have been made since August
and that the materiel supplied
under the contracts consisted of
light weapons and uniforms.
Asked whether the cessation of
Israeli military shipments to
Nicaragua includes both private
and government sales. Carter
replied, "I think the answer is
yes."
peace policy was the chairman of
the Likud Knesset faction.
Avraham Sharir (Liberal Party).
Recently interviewed by the
Jerusalem Post's Mark Segal, he
lashed out at the treaty and
Washington.
"So what are they gaining by
this pressure? Do they want
Begin to fall? Do they think any
government other than one
headed by Begin would be able t>
deliver peace? With all due
respect, it now would seem that
the Camp David talks were not as
successful as they appeared."
Moshe Kol, a leader ot the
Independent Liberal Party and a
Cabinet minister in the previous
Labor government, is upset by
the proposed autonomy in Judea,
Samaria and Gaza.
KOL SAID last week that "the
time has come to inform the
government (Israeli) that this
autonomy, which is bounded in
its territorial application by the
1967 (1948) borders, is likely to
prove a catastrophe. It may, in
fact, contain the seeds of a new
war."
At the Herut Central Com-
mittee debate last month. Begin
was attacked for his policies by
his former Number 2, Yohanan
Bader, and the widow of one of
his long-time
Ben-Eliezer.
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School and Douglas Gardens
Jewish Home for the Aged,"
explained Mrs. Rosenberg.
Vanguard Training will be
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iuide Answers Questions
Christmas is a Christian Religious Holi
'This is What We Do Not Celebrate'
ude for Jewish parents
ChrisOO has just
ssued by tta Rabbinical
Mion of Greater Miami.
brding to Rabbi Michael B.
at of Temple Judea,
nt of the Association, the
is in response to many
by Jewish families in
omunity."
3BI EISENSTAT ex-
l ^at "during this time of
[Jewish families are con-
l by confusion and conflict
. the holiday poses for
f The purpose of the Guide
answer some of the
bns that children raise
Chanukah and its jux-
Ition with the celebration of
nas in the general com-
bbi Solomon Schiff,
live vice president of the
nical Association, and
of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Chaplaincy
Service has coordinated the
distribution of the Guide.
Q. Isn't Christmas a national
holiday which all Jews can ob-
serve in good conscience?
A. Banks and government
agencies do close, but above all
things, Christmas is a major
Christian holy day which
celebrates the birth of Jesus, the
Christian Messiah. To suggest to
our Christian friends that
Christmas is anything else would
be presumptuous. Christmas is
not in the same category as
Thanksgiving Day, Fourth of
July, Decoration Day, or any
other American holiday. Since
we do not regard Jesus as our
savior, we can not in good
conscience observe Christmas. To
do so is to violate our religious
principles.
Q. How do Christian
for the animal luncheon of the Entebbe Chapter of the
rican Jewish Congress at the Emerald Hub Country Gab are
left Gladys Snaaman and Hilda Gradinger, membership
en; Sylvia Hagler, president; Bea Kreines, executive vice
dent; Judy Schwartz, program chairman; and Alice Ehrlich,
fam co-chairman. The guest speaker for the annual event was Phil
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clergymen and the responsible
Christian laiety regard the
problem?
A. Responsible Christian
leaders bemoan the perversion of
the Christmas season and are
trying to do something about it.
Christian clergymen and laymen
constantly speak out against the
commercialization of the
Christmas celebration. It is a
religious holiday, and should be
regarded as such.
Q. Would it not be the better
part of discretion to "go along"
with our Christian neighbors,
even if it means observing
Christmas?
No matter involving violations
of strong religious convictions
can be regarded as trivial or
minor. The true spirit of
Americanism would never compel
anyone to act in conflict with his
freedom of conscience. Our early
American forebearers came to
these shores precisely for the
opportunity to worship God
according to the dictates of their
hearts.
Q. What about the Christmas
tree?
A. The Christmas tree is
distinctively a Christmas
symbol. Since Christmas is for
Christians, the Christmas tree is
appropriate for Christians only.
The Christmas tree has no place
in the Jewish home, nor should
any Jewish child be compelled to
participate in observances in-
volving Christmas trees.
Q. Should Jewish children
participate in Christmas parties
in the public schools ?
A. Parties designated as
Christmas parties or having the
appearance of Christmas parties,
have no place in the public
schools. Winter or year-end
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parties of a general nature are
acceptable.
Q. Is it appropriate to give
gifts to Christian friends?
A. It is appropriate to give
Christmas gifts to our Christiar
friends. However, it is not ap
propnate to present Christmas
gifts to Jews.
Q. Should Jewish children
participate in Christmas plays in
public schools?
A. No. Christmas plays
generally portray religious
themes which have no place in a
public school. On the other hand,
*"ne schools hold a so-called
"Winter Festival" in which an
attempt is made to avoid all
religious connotations. But it is
sometimes difficult to draw the
distinction. If the parents feel
that the performance is free of all
religious overtones, children may
certainly participate.
Q. Should Jewish children sing
Christmas carols?
A. No. Carols, being religious
hymns, do not belong in the
public school. Jewish children
should not be required to sing
hymns which embody a theology
they do not accept. Neutral songs
that have no religious references,
however, are acceptable.
Q. Do we harm our children by
directing them not to participate?
A. No. The classroom is one
among many places which
reveals the existence of dif-
ferences. We further our
children's personal growth and
maturity by teaching them that
they can respect the faith of their
neighbor without embracing that
faith. We can clearly mark these
differences by such simple
statements as, "This is what we
do," and "This is what we do not
do."
Q. What about other Jewish
children who participate in
Christmas observances in the
public schools?
A. There are now, as there
always have been, parents who
do not accept the viewpoint of
responsible Jewish leadership.
They proceed on their own when
they permit their children to
participate in Christmas ob-
servances. This confuses the
children of parents who do follow
the thoughtful recommendations
of Jewish leadership.
Jewish parents will help their
children most if they (1) accept
diversity in the ranks of Jewry as
a normal condition in
American environment; (S
and understand the
responsible Jewish___
and recognize that moat parents
are anxious to follow it; and (3)
assure their children that despite
the participation of some Jewish
children, Jewish leaders have
taken a strong position for non-
participation in observances of a
holiday not their own, and that
this is also their position.
Q. Would not the entire
problem be solved in the public
school by joint Christmas and
Chanukah celebration ?
A. No. It is a violation of the
Constitution to observe any
sectarian holiday in the public
school, be it joint observance or
otherwise. We do not correct an
error by compoundirg the error.
Q. Should Chanukah be
celebrated in the public schools ?
A. No. To do so violates the
Constitution, uses the taxpayer's
money for sectarian purposes,
and jeopardizes the principle of
the separation of church and
state, without which there can be
no religious freedom.
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Friday
Vietnamese Grow Into Their New Homes in Israel
By ROB WADE
JERUSALEM Rescued
from the Gulf of Thailand by an
Israeli freighter and taken to
Israel when no other country
would have them, 66 Vietnamese
castaways have spent the past 15
months rebuilding their lives in
ways remarkably similar to the
absorption of the 1.6 million
Jewish immigrants who have
reached Israel through the years
with the aid of community
fundraising campaigns in the
U.S. and other free world
countries.
More than a year after they set
sail off the coast of Vietnam, the
refugees are deeply involved in
the absorption process, the
Jewish Agency "s unique program
for transforming newly arrived
immigrants into full-fledged
Israelis.
"MY PEOPLE are well-settled
and building a new life here,"
said Dr. Hoa Tran-Quang, the 33-
year-old physician, a central
figure in their escape who acts as
spokesman and ombudsman for
the group.
After their arrival in June,
1977, the Vietnamese were sent
to an immigrant absorption
center in Ofakim. a development
town west of Beersheba. There
they studied Hebrew at an ulpan
for two months, and some began
their search for jobs and per-
manent housing.
A major problem arose,
' however, when many applied for
visas to live in the United
States. When these proved to be
3low in coming, some applicants
went through a period of
depression.
Dr. Hoa says that those who
applied were afraid they would
fail to adapt to life in Israel. Now,
he contends, many would change
their minds about moving to the
United States if their visas came
through. Only three received
visas thus far and two have left,
but their ranks were quickly
replenished with two briths.
TRAN THI PHUC, a pretty
24-year-old hostess at the
Jerusalem Hilton, who is known
there as Peony, has aunta in
America who want her to join
them, and she is an official ap-
plicant. "But I think I will stay
here," she says now. "This
country is very nice and I want to
stay here and work."
By next year, with enough
Hebrew at her command, she
hopes to be able to continue her
studies in law, begun before the
Communist takeover in Saigon.
Today, the refugees have
scattered throughout the country
in a wide variety of jobs. Some
are working as waiters and cooks
in Chinese restaurants in Tel
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Chanukah Greetings
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Wadlington Greaver
Funeral Home
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201 W. Ilallandale Beach Blvd., Hallandale
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105 North 19th Avenue Phone 920-3957
Public Dancea-Tues., Fri., Sat., & Sunday
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Disco lessons Wed. & Thurs.
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1115 East Hallandale Beach Blvd.
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J. W. Wikberg
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1742 South Young Circle 922-1561
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142 S. State Road 7
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Phone: 456-2400
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4770 Hollywood Blvd.
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Phone: 967-2990
Travel Travel
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December 16,1978
aliva center in Haifa,
they will be able to
e their high school
learn a profession and
iheir knowledge of
Lje here are very, very
mvs Miss Trail. "They
ttand our situation because
[,ere in it once themselves.
where I go, people ask me
I'm from, do I need
ng, can they help me?"
Hoa belives the refugees
a position now to begin
j back the country for the
"israel has given. "I am
on my people to return
^ing of what has been
given by giving our best to life
here by working hard and
succeeding."
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
'age 19
More than a year after
they set sail off the coast
of Vietnam, the refugees
are deeply involved in the
absorption process, the
Jewish Agency's unique
program for transforming
newly arrived immigrants
into full-fledged Israelis.
'My people are well-set-
tled and building a new
life here,' said Dr. Hoa
Tran-Quang, 33-year-old
physician.
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Judge at Helm
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NEW YORK Judgi Marvin
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resigned from the U.S. District
Court for the Southern District of
New York, has been appointed
chairman of the National
Lawyers Committee for Soviet
Jewry, an affiliate of the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry.
The appointment follows
Judge Frankel's pledge in his
letter of resignation to President
Carter to "enlist in human rights
causes."
.
IN MAKING THE an-
nouncement, NCSJ Chairman
Eugene Gold said Frankel's
leadership of the Lawyers
Committee will "usher in a new
and exciting era in the struggle to
end oppression of Soviet Jews."
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Israel Bonds Groups Set Salutes to Israel'
South Broward Debs to Be Presented
Three South Broward young
women will be in the coterie to be
presented to Israel's Ambassador
in a debutante ceremony at the
Ambassador's Ball set for the
grand ballroom of the Fontaine
bleau-Hilton Hotel, Miami
Beach, on Monday, Dec. 26 (the
first day of Chanukah) under
auspices of the South Florida
Israel Bonds Organization.
The women to be presented, in
a ceremony symbolic of their
introduction to the community
are, Mary Ann and Madelen
Lynn Klein, of Hollywood, to be
presented by their parents Mr.
and Mrs Fred Klein, and Olivia
Miller, of Hallandale, to be
presented by her mother Mrs.
Ron a Miller and her uncle,
George Friedland.
Lorraine Greenberg, chairman
of the Ball, which is held under
the patronage of the Ambassador
of Israel and culminates the
calendar of events for the year,
noted that, "The young ladies are
presented in a gala atmosphere
providing a memorable ex-
perience for the participants."
Dr. George S. Wise, a founder
and first president of Tel Aviv
University and former president
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, has been
named to receive the Man of the
Century Award at the
Ambassador's Ball.
Founder of the American Israel
Paper Mills, Ltd., in Israel, Dr.
Wise was also chairman of the
Board of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, a worldwide news
gathering and distributing
organization.
He is presently a member of
the Board of Governors of the
School of Medicine of the
University of Miami.
Bertha Kozba
AVANT GARDE
NIGHT FOR ISRAEL
Bertha Kozba, active in the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward and many other com-
munal services, will be the
recipient of the Israel Generation
Scroll at the annual Night for
Israel, under the auspices of the
Avant Garde Israel Bond
Committee, Sunday, Dec. 17, at 8
p.m., in the card room of the
West Building.
Chairman Charles Fisher
announced that Joey Russell,
who recently returned from
another trip to Israel, will give a
first-hand account of his
meetings with the leaders of the
State of Israel. In the entertain-
ment world, Russell is known for
his rapid wit. He has played the
major night clubs and hotels
throughout the country and has
been featured with Victor Borge,
Allan King, David Frost and
other top show business per-
formers.
Nathan Bolaany
HALLANDALE CENTER
SALUTE TO ISRAEL
The annual Salute to Israel
sponsored by the Hallandale
Jewish Center Congregation
Beth Tefila's Israel Bond Com-
mittee will take place Sunday,
Dec. 24, at 10 a.m., in the Social
Hall.
Nathan Bolasny, long active in
Jewish communal affairs, a board
member of the Hallandale Jewish
Center and of the Hallandale
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will be the
recipient of the Israel Generation
Award. Bolasny is also active on
behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal, Israel Bonds, the
American Red Magen David for
Israel and the B'nai B'rith.
Preparations are headed by Dr.
Carl Klein. Rabbi of the
Hallandale Jewish Center; Myer
Pritsker, president; Art I. Canon
and Barney Levine, chairmen.
Israel Amitai, a leading Israel
television producer, director and
writer of television and radio
public affairs programs and
former editor of one of Israel's
most influential 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 com-
munity there prior to the
establishment of the State of
Israel. In World War II, he
served in the regiments organized
by the Jewish Agency in
cooperation with the British
government. In 1948 he fought in
Israel's War of Independence,
achieving the rank of captain in
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Now in the field of television
production, he has produced and
directed over 1,000 television
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recognition of her exemplary
service to Israel. Mrs. Martin
Harnick is chairman and Mrs.
Betty Neft is co-chairman.
Larry Dorn, comedian, actor,
raconteur and star of television,
radio and theater, will top the en-
tertainment program.
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS
SCHWARTZ TO BE HONORED
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schwartz
will be the recipients of the Israel
Generation Award at a Night for
Israel in the Cascade Room of the
Aquarius Wednesday, Dec. 20, at
8 p.m.. on behalf of Israel Bonds,
under the auspices of the David
Ben Gurkn B'nai B'rith Lodge
and the Golda Meir Group of
Hadassah. Julius Freilich is
chairman and Shirley Green,
Rose Kem, Sam Ackerman and
Sam Wiletsky are co-chairmen.
Mrs. Schwartz is a life member
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Larry Dorn, wellw
humorist, will head thT^
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Irma Rochlin
PARKER PLAZA NIGHT
FOR ISRAEL
Irma Rochlin, for four years
Women's Division chairperson of
the South Broward Israel Bonds
Organization, a founder and
president of the Gulfstream
Democratic Women's Club and
chairperson for the Democratic
Women's Clubs of Florida, will be
honored at a Night for Israel
under the auspices of the Parker
Plaza Israel Bond Committee,
Tuesday, Dec. 19, at 8 p.m.
Active on behalf of a broad
spectrum of Jewish community
and civic causes, Mrs. Rochlin is
a member of Hadassah, Douglas
Gardens Home for the Aged,
Brandeis Women and Temple
Emanu-El. She will be the
recipient of the Israel Generation
Award, conferred unon her in
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