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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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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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lume 9 Number 5
Hollywood, Florida Friday, March 9, 1979
Price 35 Cents
e the People Stand With Israel'
[President Carter may believe
Vt Israel stands alone; helpless,
Ihout friends. Israel is not
|ne. We, the people stand with
These were the words of
rk Siegel, former deputy
listant to President Carter as
addressed 119 members of the
ith Broward community at the
jrth Annually Sponsored
herald Hills Dinner.
("he event, chaired by Ben and
Rosenberg, was held on
half of the Jewish Federation
South Broward's 1979
ibined Jewish Appeal-Israel
rgency Fund.
JjA-IEF Chairman, Ben
er, said that the Emerald
efforts have been excellent
(past years and this year's
tion should prove just as
[filial to the Federation's
fcual humanitarian campaign
vorld Jewry.
The Rosenbergs announced
that $50,000 in new pledges had
been made at the dinner. "The
residents of Emerald Hills
are
aware of the needs of the people
of Israel and they want to do
their share to help meet these
Continued on Page 14
From left are Ben Salter, CJA-IEF general chairman; Ben Rosenberg,
Emerald Hills chairman; Mark Seigel, gueat speaker; Joyce Newman,
Federation president; Lee Rosenberg, Emerald Hills chairman; and
Sumner Kaye, Federation executive director.
Take Your Choice
Jews Have Nothing to Fear
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
JEW YORK (JTA) -
lerican Jewish leaders
re given assurances by
hresentatives of the Aya-
|ah Ruhollah Khoumeini
that Jews in Iran
ild be given full civil and
jious rights. It was also
rned that this assurance
also given personally
Khoumeini to a large
L'gation of Iranian Jews
called on him in
it-ran
Questions on the status of
lian Jews were raised by
tram Gold, executive vice
sklent of the American Jewish
nmittee, and Daniel Marias-
hn, director of the Middle
Itern affairs department of the
|i-Defamation League of B'nai
th at a private meeting with
[of the Ayatullah's represen-
ires in the U.S., Shahriar
Ham and Reza Sadra. A
ft meeting with about seven
Jewish officials was tentatively
scheduled for later.
GOLD TOLD the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the two
Iranians tried to reassure them
about the future of Jews in Iran.
Rouhani, who is spokesman for
Khoumeini's Interim Committee
to Oversee the Activities of the
Iranian Diplomatic Corps in the
U.S., said Jews, along with
Christians and Zoroastrians,
would have "full civil rights
both political and religious."
But Rohani told Gold and
Mariaschian that these rights
would not apply to the some
200,000 to 300,000 members of
Bahai, a religious sect whose
world center is in Haifa. The
Bahai were given some
prominent positions by the Shah
and Khoumeini considers them a
political group not a religious
minority.
Gold reported that while
Rouhani expressed the wish that
Iranian Jews would remain in
thet country, he said they would
be free to leave and would be
allowed to sell their property.
Recently, the. Iranian govern-
ment had imposed a $3,000 limit
on the amount of assets that
could be taken out of the country.
ROUHANI said that Iran will
not sell oil to Israel, South Africa
or Rhodesia, Gold said. He noted
that the Iranian spokesman
indicated that Iran would not
participate in any military efforts
against Israel since it expects to
be chiefly concerned with
domestic problems for the next
three to five years.
This is expressed in a report on
the prospects for Iran by Dr.
George E. Gruen, the AJCom-
mittee's director of Middle East
affairs. The report said Iranian
rabbis welcomed Khoumeini
when he returned from France
and "were received cordially."
AFTER THE government of
Prime Minister Shapur Bakhtiar
collapsed, Khoumeini "received a
large delegation from the Iranian
Jewish community and welcomed
them warmly and again
reassured them of full rights so
long as they did not engage in
'treason.' "
balance Shifted
abs Better-Armed Than Israel
^SHINGTON (JTA) *
fings on the balance of
forces in the Middle East
Ite that both the Arab
i and Israel are better armed
before the Yom Kippur
But "the balance leans
iy in favor of the Arab
according to an article in
the current issue of NATO's 15
Nations, a privately published bi-
monthly magazine that
specializes in discussions of
armaments.
NATO's 15 Nations describes
itself as an "independent review
of economic, political and
military power." Its editorial
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tystery Bus Trip for Confirmants
Mystery Bus Trip will be
ted to all South Broward
lants, Sunday, April 1.
"Jewish Odyssey Retreat"
be held at Camp Shalom,
importation will be supplied,
ring from Temple Beth
ilom east parking lot at 8 a.m.
Stations available to the
participants include making
matzah, sun clock, archeological
dig, gathering, Soviet Jewry,
Genesis and the Exodus.
For additional information and
registration, contact Yossi Netz
at the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
network is led by the Monch
Publishing Group whose
executive office is in Bonn, West
Germany. Jupp Monch is
president.
IT ISSUES magazines mainly
in German and English but also
publishes a quarterly in Spanish
and Portuguese. Johannes Stein-
hoof, a retired German Air Force
general, is chairman of the
editorial board. Its editorial
director is Sir John Baraclough,
RAF retired, a former British Air
Marshal.
Israel is listed among the
scores of countries where the
magazine has offices. The ad-
dress there is the Marketing Sys-
tems Developing Co. in Tel Aviv.
According to the article, the
Continued on Page 14
In Pursuit of Peace
Carter Is Off
To Egypt, Israel
President Carter left Wednes-
day for a trip to Egypt and Israel
in an effort to clear up remaining
roadblocks to a written settle-
ment for peace in the Middle
East.
As prospects for peace bright-
ened, Prime Minister Menachem
Begin promised that Israel would
never attack Arab neighbors
Syria or Jordan.
Egyptian Prime Minister Mus-
tafa Khalil said in Cairo that
Carter's trip "will most likely
lead to a signing."
And noting that Israel has
accepted U.S. proposals for
wrapping up a treaty. Begin said
"there is good hope a treaty will
Designed."
Begin added: "I believe the
visit to Cairo and Jerusalem will
further the cause of peace.
SUNDAY, Begin called on the
U.S. to "talk to the Egyptians."
He vowed repeatedly that Israel
would not sign what amounts to
a "sham document," involving
the right of Egypt to give
priority to its agreements with
other Arab nations in the event of
a war between Israel and the
Arabs, and also to force Israel
into linking a timetable to Israeli
withdrawal from the Sinai with
autonomy for the Arabs of Gaza
Continued on Page 4
Women's Division Sets
Tennis Tournament
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Suburban
Women's Division is finalizing
plans for its first annual Tennis
Tournament and Luncheon,
according to Delia Rosenberg,
campaign vice president.
The $100 minimum com-
mitment event will be held
Thursday, March 29, at the
Diplomat Country Club,
llallandale. Continental break-
fast and tennis begin at 9:30 a.m.
and the luncheon begins at noon.
Mrs. Rosenberg explained that
the event is geared for
peripherally or uninvolved
women. The purpose of the all-
day gathering is to educate
women about the Federation and
the needs of Jews around the
world, she added.
Chairwomen Judee Barron,
Terry Greenberg and Barbara
Rosenberg said they expect 120
women to attend the luncheon
and 70 to participate in the tennis
tournament.
For additional information on
the Tennis Tournament and
Luncheon, contact Susan
Holtzman at the Federation
office.
Family Mission
Hotels Selected
The hotels have been selected
for the Aug. 9-20 Family Mission,
sponsored
Federation
according
Chairmen,
Singer.
by the Jewish
of South Broward,
to Family Mission
Dr. and Mrs. Saul
"We will be staying at the
King David in Jerusalem, the
Hash echar, which is a Kibbutz in
Elat, and the Herzlia in
Accadia."
For reservations on the Family
Mission and additional in-
formation, contact Diane at the
Federation office.
Florida Federations
Set Spring Conference
The First Spring Conference of
Florida Federations will be held
Saturday evening and Sunday,
April 21 and 22, in Orlando,
according to Jewish Federation
of South Broward president
Joyce Newman.
The conference will deal with
issues of Florida Federations,
and some workshops will deal in
socio-demographic tactors.
Keynote speaker, Mark
Talisman will discuss "Funding
Resources for Federations" and a
CJF officer will discuss
"Planning Responsibilities of
Florida Federations."
For additional information on
the Conference, contact Diane at
the Federation office.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 9,1979
Hollybrook in Premier Gifts Program
The Hollybrook Division
of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward par-
ticipated in the
Federation's Premier Gifts
Program. They held a $500
minimum commitment
cocktail party at the home
of Mary and Jack Jaffe.
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From left are Rosalind and Harry Karp,
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Women's Division
Nominating Committee
The Jewish Federation of The committee will meet
South Broward Women's Monday, March 12, Friday,
Division has elected its 1979 March ,6 and Monday, March 19
Nominating Committee, ac- to decide on a slate for the up-
cording to Esther Gordon, coming election,
president. _______________________________
The committee includes
Eleanor Weiner, chairwoman,
Hannah Adel. Ann Cohn, Ellie
Katz, Bobbie Levin, Bea
Mogilowitz and Florence Roth.
1978 Nominating Committee
Chairwoman, Jo Ann Katz will
serve on the committee but has
no vote.
The South Broward com-
munity is invited to submit
names for potential Women's
Division Board members to the
Nominating Committee.
JCC
Happenings
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center announces that
classes for children in kinder-
garten through the fifth grades
are being offered at the following
sites: Temple Beth Shalom in
Hollywood, Temple Israel of
Miramar, and Temple in the
Pines in Pembroke Pines. The
classes range from arts and crafts
to physical activities.
High school aged people are
invited each Sunday morning at
10 to Emerald Hills Ball Field to
play softball. The game is coed.
The Center will be developing a
volleyball program soon for
teens.
Women interested in jogging
should call Bob Schwartz at the
Center.
Plans also are being made for a
Couples Communications Work
shop to be started in late April.
Passover Russian greeting cards, a project of the
Soviet Jewry Committee of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's Community Relations Com-
mittee, are now available at the Federation office.
Each pack includes four cards and addresses to
send out to each family. The holiday cards are
available through Toby Lipton or the Jewish
Federation.
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50 Attend Vanguard Women's 'Bruncheon'
'
The Vanguard Worpen's Divi-
sion of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward held its annual
BRUNCHeon at the Emeral Hills
Country Club, Thursday, March
8.
More than 50 women attended
the $500 minimum commitment
event, according to chairman,
Sylvia Abram.
A special program, "Portrait of
a Woman," was presented. The
program is produced and per-
formed by Federation-involved
women from the Orlando area.
The Vanguard Committee
includes Gladys Abram, Hannah
Adel, Nancy Atkin, Shirley Cole,
Louise Diamond, Marian Egg-
natz, Minna Fleekop, Florence
Goodman, Joyce Gould, Joan
Gross, Suzanne Gunzburger,
Gloria Hess.
Also Elaine Luxenberg, Susan
Miller, Peggy Paret, Lillian
Rakita, Arlene Ray, Teddy
Romanik, Sabina Sabin, Lee
Schatzberg, Diane Shaffer,
Haviva Shull, Susan Snyder,
Celia Wiener and Shane Wolf.

A Jewish Career Women group has been formed by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward Women's Division. The purpose of the
group is to inform and involve the working Jewish women in South
Broward. According to chairman, Nancy Atkin. the group is growing
and building and within a few months, should be meeting on a
monthly basis. "By the fall, we hope to have 50 active women in the
group," she declared.
Livny Addresses
Young Leaders
The Young Leadership Com-
mittee of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward met March 3 at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Phil
Levin. The guest speaker was
Jonathan Livny, a young Zionist.
Major Livny spoke on the needs
of the people of Israel and the
importance of South Broward
community members par-
ticipating on missions. A slide
presentation also was made on
the 1979 South Broward Com-
munity Mission.
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chairman; Roland Baxt and Jacqueline Levine, advance gifts
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 9,1979
can all be traced to is the current
on Capitol Hill to give China the
The Stevenson Maneuver
Those concerned with the fate of Soviet Jewry
are right to be angered by Sen. Adlai Stevenson's bill
to eliminate the need for assurances by the Soviets
on emigration before getting the full benefits of Most
Favored Nation status.
The Illinois Democrat's move would modify the
Jackson-Vanik Amendment restricting trade
benefits to the Soviet Union and, potentially, China.
What it
maneuvering
benefits of Most Favored Nation status as part of our
normalization of relations with Peking.
How to do that without angering the Soviets?
The administration's solution, which the Stevenson
bill proposes, would change the Jackson-Vanik
restrictions should the President determine that
granting trade benefits would "lead substantially to
the achievement of the free emigration objectives"
that Jackson-Vanik aims to coerce out of the Soviets.
The Stevenson bill, in effect, gives the Kremlin
what it wanted all along. In return, the Kremlin gives
us nothing. i
Meanwhile, those poor Soviet Jews, which is
what it was all about to begin with. .
Our Saudi Policy
What upsets Saudi Arabia these days is not the
Islamic ideology of the Ayatollah Khoumeini
revolution in Iran but its explosive radicalism. It is
not unreasonable to assume that, if it happened in;
Iran, it can also happen to the Saudis.
After all, many of the factors that brought
success to the Khoumeini movement prevail in Saudi
Arabia. Corruption and scandal, for one. Gross
inequality reflected by immense wealth alongside
dire poverty, for another.
As angers fester, there is in Saudi Arabia the
presence of some one million foreign workers
Muslims from Pakistan, Yemen and the ubiquitous
Palestinians all of them just hankering to launch a
revolution.
All of which is by way of wondering what the
U.S. is doing to ward off the possibility in this vast
oil pipeline to the gluttony of American energy
needs. Our own assessment is that President Carter
is doing about as much there as he did in Iran.
And j ust about as effectively. i
Brother Billy Rebuked
We are delighted to note that President Carter
has finally taken a firm stand against brother Billy's
obnoxious and dangerous anti-Semitic comments.
"They are," says the President, "foreign to every-
thing about the way we live."
Fine.
But why does he have to blame Billy's erratic
behavior and revolting opportunism on his brother's
"health," who suddenly and rather conveniently
finds himself hospitalized?
What is worse, why does he leave it to Robert
Strauss, who is his special U.S. trade representative,
to spread the word about the President's disturbance
with Billy? Not because Strauss is Jewish, of course
not.
It's Anyone's Educated Bet
Continued from Page 1
land on the West Bank.
Nevertheless, peace hopes were
still vaguely alive, particularly
I when one unnamed Israeli official
called Carter's latest bid "impor-
tant and interesting."
Meanwhile, Prime Minister
Begin left Washington for New
York and talks with important
Jewish leaders there. A U.S.
source emphasized that Carter
and Begin have no plans to meet
again, and it declared that
Israel's reaction would come
"through more routine means"
perhaps through the Israeli
Embassy in Washington.
THIS SUGGESTED that, for
all the flurry of excitement about
a possible breakthrough, none
was really at hand. Furthermore,
it emphasized the probability
that what Carter had offered did
not involve security measures at
all, nor would it lead to a larger
U.S. presence in the Middle East,
specifically not in the Sinai.
The President, himself, offered
a rather bleak assessment of his
talks with Prime Minister Begin
during a Bible class he conducted
at the First Baptist Church in
Washington.
As the talks opened on March
1, obvious tension between the
Carter Administration and the
Israeli government appeared
unabated.
Only a few hours before the
first Carter-Begin meeting since
the Camp David agreements were
signed last September, the White
House sought to portray the
Carter Administration as an
honest intermediary between
Israel and Egypt with peace
between them as its goal. But
reports persisted that the U.S.
had warned Israel last week to
agree to a pact with Egypt within
10 days or face serious reprisals.
MEANWHILE, the
Administration's pro-Egyptian
position continued to be clearly
visible. For the first time, too, the
Administration pointed out that
Egypt's "security" was involved
along with Israel's and the
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national interests of the U.S. in
the attainment of an Israeli-
Egyptian agreement as part of a
"comprehensive peace."
This was stated twice by
Presidential Press Secretary
Jody Powell in briefing reporters
on the Begin-Carter meeting.
Earlier, National Security
Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, in
a television interview, said the
Administration's goal is a treaty
between Egypt and Israel that
will include means for a wider
agreement in the Middle East.
No time was lost in opening the
meeting between the two leaders,
some two hours after Begin
arrived at Andrews Air Force
Base on his "official visit."
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance
welcomed him and escorted him
to Blair House from where Begin
went to the White House to meet
with the President shortly af-
terwards.
NO DINNER was planned at
this meeting.
Regional and bilateral matters
and Israeli-Egyptian peace nego-
tiations were on the agenda.
"Obviously," Powell said, "the
security of Israel and the security
of the national interests of the
United States and, for the record,
also of Egypt, do have a
relationship for the security of
the region."
He repeated virtually the same
sentence shortly afterwards when
asked if Begins criticism of
Egypt's new terms for a treaty
"go too far in jeopardizing
regional security."
ALTHOUGH THE President
commented three times last week
on the Egyptian-Israeli situation,
and officials at the White House
and State Department leaked
information to selected reporters,
Powell insisted, "We're going to
do our best to avoid any public
statements or actions that would
tend to make this process
which everybody recognizes as
difficult more difficult."
He emphasized "our concern"
is for the "consequences" should
the Camp David frameworks fail.
He said the U.S. would "explore
every opportunity" in the Begin-
Carter meetings and "the sub-
sequent discussions" to reach
"an early conclusion" between
Egypt and Israel "as a first step
toward a comprehensive set-
tlement."
Representatives of Washing-
ton's Jewish community
prepared to welcome Begin at
Andrews Air Force Base and
outside Blair House on Sunday in
a demonstration of support.
THE MENORAH group,
mainly students, demonstrated
against Carter's Middle East
policy outside the White House.
Begin, who intended to remain in
the United States for a week after
concluding his talks with Carter,
has been meeting with the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations in New York all
week, it was announced by
Yehuda Hellman, executive
director of the Conference.
Diplomat Towers leadership meeting prior to their brunch held in
support of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund an from left Katharine
Packer, Frank Beckerman, Florence Goodman and Nettye Pollack.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 9,1979
Hadassah Region Education Institute
The Florida Mid-Coast Region
of Hadassah will hold its first
annual Education Institute on
Wednesday, March 14, at the
Recreation Center of Lauderdale
Lakes City Hall, starting at 10
a.m.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Carl
Missions Calendar
April 26-May 10: National Women's Division -
Israel and Paris
June 24-July 23: UJA Students Mission Poland
- Rumania Israel
June 25-July 5: National Family Mission
July 17-31: Young Leadership Family Mission
July 17-31: National Family Mission
Aug. 6-20: National Family Mission Poland &
Israel
Aug. 9-20: Jewish Federation of South Browara
Family Mission
Aug. 26-30: Prime Minister's Mission
Sept. 9-19: UJA Study Mission Opportunity
Oct. 4-14: UJA Study Conference
Oct. 17-31: National Women's Division
Oct. 21-31: UJA Study Mission Opportunity
Nov. 4-9: President's Mission
Nov. 1-11: Jewish Federation of South Broward
Community Mission
Nov. 8-18: UJA Study Mission Opportunity
Nov. 25-Dec. 2: UJA Study Mission Opportunity
Dec. 13-23: Chanukah Mission
Dec. 23-Jan. 2: UJA Family Mission
Dec. 23-Jan. 2: UJ A College Students Mission
For additional information, contact the
Jewish Federation of South Broward.
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served on the Actions Committee
of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion, has studied Jewish com-
munities behind the Iron Curtain
and Europe, and has been a
delegate to World Jewish Con-
gresses in Jerusalem.
Education Chairman of the day
is Josephine Newman, who,
together with Esther Cannon,
president of the Florida Mid-
Coast Region of Hadassah will
offer a presentation emphasizing
the need of Jewish education to
perpetuate Judaism the world
over.
The program also will include
Hebrew lessons, plus a section of
Yiddish revival by Claire Berlin,
local Yiddish story-teller. A skit
portraying The Wandering Jew
will feature the cast of Bea Eisen-
stadt, Pearl Goldenberg, Mollie
Lewis and Dory Tarlow. Books of
Jewish content will be on display.
Following the afternoon ad-
dress by Mrs. Spector, the day
will conclude with a Hebrew
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Newman.
Registration cards are
available from Education chair-
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the area. Delegates are requested
to bring a sandwich for the lunch
break. Coffee and dessert will be
provided.
Residents of Golden View met for a brunch on behalf of the Jewish
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
Beth El Brotherhood to Sponsor Concert
V
Lydia King and Pat Matthews
will present a two hour concert,
sponsored by the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth El, on Sunday,
March 21, at 8 p.m., in the Tobin
Auditorium of the Temple. The
duo will sing Broadway as well as
classical and liturgical melodies,
announced Jack Masket,
Veterans Sponsor
Essay Contest
Arthur A. Selevan, chairman,
announces that the Robert K.
Pranzblau-Mirimar Jewish War
Veterans Post No. 177 is
sponsoring an essay contest with
the theme "Why I Am Proud to
be an American Jew," for all
South Broward Hebrew schools.
The following schools and
directors have accepted the
invitiation: Temple Bethel,
Temple In The Pines, Temple
Israel, Temple Sinai, Temple
Sold, Temple Beth Emet.
All children in the sixth grade
qualify to enter the contest.
The committee for this contest is
comprised of Selevan, chairman,
James Oberstein, Jack Horowitz
and Ben Berliner.
Blood Drive Month
March has been proclaimed
Blood Drive Month at Hollywood
Memorial Hospital for the Brow-
ard County Unit of the American
Cancer Society.
For further information,
contact Mrs. Phyllis Silverman,
Hollywood Memorial Hospital
Blood Bank.
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also been soloist with the Miami
and Palm Beach Opera Company.
Pat Matthews, lyric baritone,
has performed as Don Pasquele
with the Palm Beach Civic Opera
and appeared in numerous operas
and musicals in Florida, Georgia,
North Carolina and Nevada. He
teaches music at the Miami-Dade
Junior College and Killian High
School.
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Two valued residents of Trafalgar, Beatrice Borow (second from left)
and Rosalie Oremland (second from right) were honored at a brunch
held in support of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Pictured from left are
Irving Chabon, Beatrice Borow, Ida Joy Gottstein, Nathan Gottstein,
Rosalie Oremland, and Murray Oremland.
Residents of Hallmark met with J. Fred Blitstein (standing center) to
discuss the needs of the people of Israel and to pledge their moral and
financial commitments to the people of Israel. Seated from left are
Jack Scharf, Milton Seitles and William Seitles. Standing from left are
Maxwell Poroter, Dr. Robert Pollock, J. Fred Blitstein, Eugene
Atkins and Sydney Holtzman, Hollywood Beach chairman.
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The entree is Filet Mignon,
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 9,1979
New Mideast Power
He referred to Brown's visits
to Saudi Arabia and Jordan to
seek support for the Camp David
negotiations. He observed that
the Camp David formulas "are a
very firm and well advised foun-
dation" for the peace process in
the Middle East.
Carter Sees Egypt as New Guardian The Sunshine Boys' in Hollywood
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) President Carter
reacted favorably to Egyp-
tian President Anwar
Sadat's expressed
aspiration to serve as the
guardian of Western in-
terests in North Africa and
the Middle East. Although
he said he was not im-
mediately endorsing those
ambitions, he observed that
Egypt "can be a legitimate
stabilizing force."
Carter made his remarks in
response to questions during a
surprise appearance before the
annual National Foreign Policy
Conference for editors and broad-
casters at the State Department.
THEY FOLLOWED Sadat's
assertions to Defense Secretary
Harold Brown in Cairo that he
needed American military equip-
ment in vast quantities to fill the
role of the area's keeper of the
peace.
The President pointed out that
Egypt has five divisions in Sinai,
east of the Suez Canal, which, if
withdrawn as the result of a
settlement with Israel, "would
mean these divisions would be
available" to protect Arab
countries. He said that "any
nation that would threaten to
attack another Middle Eastern
nation would face the threat that
these (Egyptian) forces would be
used to protect the peace.
"Egypt is very powerful in the
Arab world. They can be a legiti-
mate stabilizing force." Carter
said. "The potential is there for
Egypt to help to protect other
relatively defenseless Arab
countries and preserve the peace
in the Middle East."
HOWEVER, the President
said he would not, at least im-
mediately, endorse Sadat's
request for the vast arms
program he outlined to Brown or
Sadat's vision as a "policeman"
in the area within Egypt's sphere
of influence.
"I can't comment, of course, on
any nation being a policeman.
That would be a very serious
mistake," Carter said.
The President said that the
U.S. receives many requests for
economic and military assistance
"in excess of what our nation can
provide." He noted that Israel
and Egypt are the two largest
recipients of American assistance
and in that respect Sadat's
requests would not be "unique."
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way his peaceful intentions
toward Israel. In this connection,
he noted the Egyptian Pres-
ident's trip to Jerusalem in
November, 1977 and his par-
ticipation in the Camp David
summit conference last Sep-
tember as proof of his good in-
tentions.
ASKED IF the U.S. was
sufficiently pressing Jordan and
Saudi Arabia to support the
Camp David formulas. Carter
said, "We have approached the
limits of legitimate influence and
pressure probably on
I countries in that region in
support of Camp David."
Ed Ryan and Dan Greenfield
star as Al Lewis and Willie Clark
in the Hollywood Playhouse pro-
duction of The Sunshine Boys
through March 19.
Others in the cast include Paul
Winick, Jan Parker, Phyliss
Spear, Herb Kupferman, Henry
Goldstein, Kathy Talarico and
Harry Rosenblum. The pro-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9
Technion to Launch Expansion Program
The American Society for
?Technion- Israel Institute of
Technology will launch a major
expansion program in Florida, it
was announced this week by
Murray Friedman, chairman of
the board of the Greater Miami
Chapter.
The organization, which
supports the Technion in Haifa,
Israel, already has chapters in
Palm Beach County and in
Greater Sarasota, and is ex-
panding activities in Broward
County and in the Orlando,
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In Puerto Rico, this year's
Passover can be spent at the El
Conquistador Hotel and Club.
In Florida, the Americana
Hotel of Bal Harbour will be host
to Atlas's Passover program.
In Oahu, Hawaii, a new ad-
dition to the Atlas family of
Kosher for Passover Hotels is the
Hyatt Kuilima Resort.
In Mt. Pocono, Pa., Atlas is
offering a Passover vacation in
the Pocono Mountains at the
Pocono Hers hey Resort.
Seder services and en-
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P For information, contact your
travel agent or Atlas Inter-
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Opening of the Technion's
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Hundreds of American and
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Sol Stein (left) and Sam Wiletsky (right) discuss the current needs of
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 9,1979
Three Generations of Soviet Jews Are Reunited
On Feb. 7, Eastern flight 101
from Atlanta landed at the Fort
Lauderdale International Airport
and brought 67-year-old retired
bookkeeper Grigory Frimershtein
and his 60-year-old wife, Bella.
The Frimershteins are one of a
group of Russian Jewish immi-
grant families to come to the
United States since the Russians
have relaxed their regulation
about the number of Jews per-
mitted to leave the USSR.
The last leg of their flight from
their homeland marked an end of
18 months' separation of three
generations of Soviet Jews. The
first arrival was the Frimersteins'
son, Zinovy, who came with his
wife Lidya and their eight-year-
old son Sasha. A few months
later, the only daughter of the
Frimershteins, Frida, her
husband David Vaysman, and
their 10-year-old daughter, Inna,
arrived. Both families settled in
the Hollywood area.
Grigory Frimershtein and his
wife were met at the airport by
their daughter, daughter-in-law,
grandchildren, Rabbi Harold
Richter of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward, Russian Re-
settlement Worker Shelly
Solomon, volunteer interpreters
Mrs. Bella Faierstein, Dr. Alfred
Martin and an assortment of
well-wishers and media
representatives.
During a year in the United
States, both the Vaysman family
and the Zinovy Frimershtein
family have made remarkable
strides in their efforts to learn
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Resettlement ProRram of the
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County. She thanked
the dedicated volunteers who
take a part in resettling the
Russian families. "Our entire
program is really one continuous
line of hands across the seas in
order to bring home one of our
own," said Ms. Solomon.
Jewish tradition was upheld
when Rabbi Richter presented
the Frimershteins with a
mezuzah to bless their new home.
Dr. Alfred Martin took the family
to their apartment, located
within walking distance of their
daughter's home and their
grandchildren's school. The^
Frimershteins prayed for the
speedy arrival of another son,
Pyotr, still in Russia.
The Russian Resettlement
Program of the Jewish Family
Service of Broward County is a
recipient program of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale and the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Borward.
The Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of South Broward
held a coffee lor the women of the Hollywood Hills homes. The coffee
was held at the home of Hannah Schorr. Pictured seated from left are
Shane Wolf, chairwoman; and Hannah Schorr, hostess. Standing from
left are RocbeUe Koenig, Disa Anholt, Phyllis Siff. Barbara Roberts,
and Noreen Friedman, Suburban Division chairwoman. (Except as
noted, all are committee members.)
Seated from left are Phyllis Minden and Femme Hochberg. Standing
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
JFSB Galahad Court Women's Division
The Galahad Court Women's
vision of the Jewish Federation
South Broward will hold a Tea
| behalf of the 1979 Combined
kish Appeal-Israel Emergency
nd, Wednesday, March 14, at
[30 p.m., according to
irwomen, Frances Briefer,
Itilda Kimelblot, Rose Ser-
lick and Jeanette Sussman.
The chairwomen said the
it. which will be held in the
Jahad Court Social Hall, will
bring record attendance as the
Galahad Court women are aware
of the needs of the people in
Israel.
"We know we are in peacetime,
but there is a greater need for
funds for educational and
cultural programs to benefit our
Israeli brethren," they noted.
The planning committee for
the Tea includes Isabelle
Atterman, Bertha Becker,
Frances Ehrlich, Mildred
Feinberg, Anne Greenberg,
Frieda Greene, Ruth R. Hersh,
Rose Karpay, Mabel Katzman,
Fritzie Kimball.
Also Beatrice Kritzer, Deborah
Mandel, Ruth Miller, Anne
Myers, Bern ice Olkin, Pat
Perlstein, Clare Shiren, Pearl
' Shutman, Diane Sobel and Mollie
Wilder.
The guest speaker is Israel
Amitai.
Brandeis Women Set Used Book Sale I
The Hollywood Chapter of
jrandeis University National
/omen's Committee is spon-
aring a Used Book Sale on
(arch 20, 21, 22, 23 from 10 a.m.
9 p.m. at the Hollywood Mall.
The money raised from this sale
will provide financial support for
the library.
The group spends most of the
year collecting, sorting, and
marking books for the sale. The
assortment consists of hard and
soft covers, fiction, nonfiction,
textbooks, prints, lithographs,
encyclopedias, dictionaries,
reference, children's and foreign
language books. Also sold are
magazines such as National Geo-
graphic, Horizon, Art, Antiques
and records.
Technion to Meet
The South Broward Chapter of
the American Society for
Technion, will hold its next
meeting on Monday, March 19,
at noon, at Galahad North, 3001
South Ocean Drive, Hollywood.
Rabbi Paul Katz of Temple
Sinai will be guest speaker.
Refreshments will be served.
kidents of Galahad Court met to pledge their moral and financial
bport to the people of Israel at their annual brunch held in support
(the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Combined Jewish
pcul-Israel Emergency Fund campaign. They also honored two of
fcir treasured residents, Alfred and Bernice Olkin (top from left),
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kwman, Federation president; and Judge Jacob Gollub.
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The Jewish Fhridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 9,1979
fioutfc Qkowakd
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fey The date Feb. 14 meant much more than Valentine's Day to
Carol Morgenstein and Ruth Rodensky. It was the dazzling,
elegant, festive and memorable event the South Broward
Federation Pacesetters Luncheon of which these beautiful
women were the co-chairpersons. The minimum commitment
was a $1,000 gift.
At 10 a.m. nearly 100 lovely women boarded charter buses
and headed for the Dora! Country Club. Ruth Galvin, Eleanor
Weiner, Bobbe Schlesinger, Ana Sonldn, Joan Schoenbaum and
(amiUp Sultan were among the group I traveled with. Our
gracious hostess, Florence Roth, poured champagne as we drove
along. The bus driver fortunately did not partake, so my only
concern was that I 'd spill the bubbling beverage on myself or on
Betty Finkelstein who sat next to me.
Leila Shapiro delivered the invocation. In her inspirational
message she wisely remarked that although Israel may not be
for every Jew, every Jew should be for Israel. Leila is the
charming wife of- Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro of Temple
Sinai. Her new hairstyle was most becoming.
The Habimah Players performed an original script written
by Bunny Goldstein. They spoke and sang for Jewish people
everywhere who live in silence and in fear hoping that other
Jews will care. Former State Rep. Elaine Bloom was most
impressive as she spoke without benefit of a single note card.
She commended the women for participating and having the
inclination to give and thereby setting their sights high. "Jews
have been in Iran for 2,500 years but are now considered
foreigners," she said. We dare not forget her message. I was
moved when I saw Camille Sultan solemnly nod her head in
agreement. Her family is from Syria.
The red and white color scheme was enhanced by attractive
centerpieces donated by floral decorator, Tom Roettele, of Fort
Lauderdale. Several women remarked that the pussywillows
were a reminder of springtime up north. (That day, however, the
temperature in the northeast hovered around 0 degrees.)
I enjoyed speaking with Jeanette Sussman and Mathilda
Kimmelblot of Galahad Court. They had known my father, Saul
Levine, and we had an opportunity to reminisce about my dad's
interest in the performing arts.
Minna Finkelstein mentioned that Lillian Zeefe was
celebrating a birthday. We all joined her in wishing Lillian a
happy and healthy year.
Dorothy Katz looked lovely in lilac. Marion Salter took the
day off from her busy Emerald Hills Book Bazaar to be present.
Rosemarie Goodman in a pretty peach color and Drazia Berman
in rose velour looked most attractive.
Well known educational consultant, Debbi Levy, was
seated with Marion Levitata. Among those who represented
Hillcrest were Hilda Gradinger and Alice Berezin. Gloria
Sherman also shared this afternoon with her close friend, Esther
Gordon, the very capable president of Women's Division.
The food was superb, beginning with the fresh fruit fantasy
and highlighted by the filet of Dover sole Bretonne. The vice
president and general manager of the Doral just happens to be
Arnold Seamon, brother-in-law of chairperson Ruth and Dr.
Paul Rodensky. Arnold is married to Ruth's sister, Frances.
For dessert we were each served a large tricolor multi-
flavored ice cream parfait, topped with whipped cream, yet. In
addition, there also were trays of assorted cookies that prac-
tically melted in your mouth. They were so good. But how much
food could we consume! ... So we asked for doggie bags .
Selma Hopen and I packed a bag full of cookies which we handed
to Tobene Rosenthal for the volunteers who work at the Reading
Center at Stirling Elementary School. This project is sponsored
by the South Broward Branch of the Medical Auxiliary.
There were plenty more cookies left so Brenda Greenman
took some for the JCC middle school children who would have a
committee meeting that evening. Daughter Jenifer is the editor
of the soon-to-be released JCC newspaper titled, "Our Thing."
She is assisted by "columnists" Jim Koenig, who will review
music, and Alan Kellner, son of Dr. Howard and Sandy KeUner,
who will be the movie maiven.
The afternoon concluded with the bus ride back to Holly-
wood. More champagne. Now everyone was singing. Actually,
the women were given song sheets. Bobbe Levin remembered
when she and her husband, Dr. Phil Levin, led the South
Broward mission to Israel, and she evidently had enjoyed the
group singing. So there we were on Route 95 singing out loud
and clear "Avenu Shalom Aleichem," etc. The passing looked
rather bewildered. We had a ball!
Happy 35th Anniversary to Jerry and Bea Goldin. They
celebrated the happy occasion with their bridge club and close
friends Dr. Herb and Natalie Heiden, Andy and Margo Gould,
and Sam and Betty Finkelstein.
Congratulations to Dr. Donald and Lac Bissau on the
engagement of their daughter Lynn to Atty. Chuck Goldman of
Miami Beach. A summer wedding is planned.
To winter visitors and year round residents happiness is
watching the snow up north on the television screen. Everyone
loves to discuss how many inches of snow fell in his "home
town" or what the low temperature was, with and without the
wind chill factor. People from the Boston area spoke about the
day in February when the relative temperature, with the wind
chill factor, fell to 48 degrees below zero. On the other hand, we
love to rave about our fabulous South Florida weather. But
somehow when that particular friend or relative visits us, we
experience an unusual "cold spall" or it rains. Ws reply that
constant warm weather is monotonous or that the grass needed
the rain. Certainly, we all agree that our climate is much better
than up north.
Sabra-Scopus
Hadassah to Meet
Sabra-Scopus Group of Holly-
wood Hadassah will hold its
monthly general meeting,
Thursday, March 15, at Temple
Solel. Hollywood.
The theme is "The Chinese
Connection," and Chinese arti-
facts belonging to a world
renowned art collector will be dis-
played. The boutique will open at
7:30 p.m., and the meeting
begins at 8 p.m.
For additional information, call
Shirley Rosenblatt.
Donor Luncheon
The Hollywood Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its 32nd
annual donor luncheon, Thur-
sday, March 29, at the Diplomat
Hotel, Convention Hall.
The entertainment for the
afternoon will be provided by the
Habimah Players in a new
program, "Survival 79."
President of the Hollywood
chapter is Leona Brauser;
chairperson of the day, Rhoda
Marcus; and program vice
president, Ann Hurwitz.
The Hillcrest Division of the Jewish Federation of South Broward
culminated their efforts for the 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund at their annual breakfast. From left are Nat Prit-
cher, Big Gifts chairman; Joe Bloom and Milton Winograd, Upgrade
chairmen; and Bert Mock, Hillcrest chairman.
Residents of Paradise Towers who gathered to view a film sponsored
by the Jewish Federation of South Broward include from left Herb
Lodge, Vera Rudy, Judith Rappaport and Nathan Solomon.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
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| Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of South Broward
tly held a coffee for residents of the homes of Haliandale and the
section of South Broward. The coffee was held at the home of
lyn Caster. Seated from left are Carolyn Caster, hostess; Doris
in, Joan Goldstein, co-chairwoman. Standing from left are
ly Romanik, Rita Ilowit, Florence Roth, chairwoman; Joan
koff and Nancy Atkin. (Except as noted, all are committee
lbers.1
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i left are Marjork Scott, guest speaker; Carolyn Caster, hostess;
i Goldstein, co-chairwoman; and Florence Roth, chairwoman.
Big Brothers,
Sisters Benefit
WAXY 106FM, in conjunction
with the Mamas and Papas of
Broward County, will co-sponsor
WAXY's First Annual Grease
Ball to raise money for Big
Brothers and Big Sisters of
Broward from 8 p.m. to mid-
night, Saturday, March 10, at
Trail's End Dance Center.
Prizes wL'l be awarded to those
people in the best 50's dress, and
those most resembling La Verne,
Shirley and the Fonz.
All proceeds will benefit Big
Brothers and Big Sisters of
Broward, a non-profit
organization providing adult
companionship and guidance to
children from single-parent
homes.
Art Sale Set
Twentieth Century artists will
demonstrate techniques in oils,
acrylics, fabric collage and
watercolors and will show and
sell their work in a mall setting.
Member artists from around the
country will show all media
graphics, photography, ceramics,
and metal sculpture at the
Hollywood Mall, Friday, March 9
and Saturday, March 10 from 10
a.m. to 9 p.m.
Clifton honorees, Carl and Charlotte* Goldstein (left) are greeted by
Jessie and Abe Melter as they prepare for the Clifton brunch held in
support of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. The Clifton residents pledged
their support to the betterment of Jewish life world-over.
Residents of Quadomain held their final event in support of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund. Their brunch honored Max and Raye Wollman
(fourth and fifth from left). Pictured with the Quadomain honorees are
from left Sam Koffler, Nat Sedley, Dina Sedley, and guest speaker,
Jonathan Livny More than 130 Quadomain residents were on hand
for the annual CJA-IEF event.
Friedman Heads
?liege Democrats
ernard J. Friedman, son of
and Mrs. Charles Friedman
Hollywood, was elected
onal president of the College
uocrats of America, at their
i anniversary national con
tion in Washington, D.C.
er 375 dele-
B8 from 27
tes, repre-
ting campus
nocratic clubs
ticipated in
I biennial con-
fcion.
|he College
locrats of
erica serves
the official
lent wing of
Democratic
Friedman
friedman is a junior at George
ishington University,
|oring in political science and
ch and communication,
lan comes from a very
Sve political family. In 1974
1976 his father was the
locratic nominee for U.S.
ress from Florida's Twelfth
essional District. Friedman
also a member of the George
shington University Debate
i, and a recipient of the
irge F. Henigan Scholarship
ebate. Friedman has been a
nber of four consecutive
is Lists.
Southern Bell
Employees
Honored
he employees of Southern
W Telephone and Telegraph
knpany were recently honored
[the "Greatest Givers" to the
kited Way of Broward County.
-.presenting Southern Bell at
recent Awards Luncheon
emony was Jim Stafford, key
son responsible for coor-
ating the campaign among the
kuthern Bell employees.
prking in cooperation with
rford in the campaign effort
j Communications Workers
IAmerican local presidents
lick Chuck Schroeder of Local
31, Fort Lauderdale and
[alter Mallardi, Local 3120,
ollywood.
|Because of the campaign ef-
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cent increase raising $327,208
I winning the prestigious
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'We the People
Stand With Israel'
Continued from Page 1
needs. They realize that it will
take total support from the
residents and giving from the
heart to educate the children of
Israel, supply adequate housing
for the poor, and create a better
life for Jews everywhere."
Dinner sponsors, who by
donating $100 over their CJA-
IEF pledges, made it possible to
gather residents of Emerald Hills
Townhouses, Apartments and
Villas together, were Nelson
Dembs, Eli Field, Al Gandall,
Hyman Glickstein, Jack
Goldberg, Abbot Green, Jack
Grossman, Max Klein, Sol S.
Kurtz, Charles Moses.
Also Jerry Niederman, Nathan
Rakita, Lou Rappaport, Ben
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Schatzow, Bernard Scheinholz,
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Dr. Louis Winkelman.
From left are George Steinberg, Charles Moses, Harry Swartzman,
Sol S. Kurtz, Abbot Greene, David Schatzow and Bernard Scheinholz.
From left are Sam Sabin, Al Gandall and Lou Rappaport.
Arab Forces
Better Armed
Continued from Page 1
Arab preponderance in weaponry
is "offset only by widely reported
rumors that Israel for some time
now has a nuclear capability and
the determination to use it if
necessary."
ANOTHER point made in the
article, bylined Bonner H. Day, is
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the Soviet Union and even the
U.S. are taking actions contrary
to Israeli interests," and there-
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Israel's Quest for Military Inde-
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the writer said.
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
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By Abe Halpera
A
Question:
Dear Uncle Abe. How come Sarah didn't have a
baby till 90? I am 10 years old and attend Hebrew
School at Anshe Shalom. With love.
Heather Levine
New RocheUe, N.Y.
Answer: Part 1
Sarah, originally Sarai, is one of the four
matriarchs of the Jewish people. The other three
are Rebecca, Rachel and Leah. Sarah is the wife of
Abraham and the mother of Isaac. The name
Sarah is generally interpreted to mean princess.
Sarai is first mentioned as the wife of Abram
and immediately thereafter mention is made of
the fact that she could not bear children. {Genesis
11:29, 30)
Sarai's name was changed to Sarah when God
told Abram to change his name to Abraham. This
is in connection with repetition of the covenant to
make a great nation from Abraham's descendants
and the establishment of the covenant of cir-
cumcision.
As for Sarah, God said, "I will bless her; in-
deed, I will give you a son by her. I will bless her
so that she shall give rise to nations; rulers of
peoples shall issue from her." {Genesis 17:16)
The question of her not being able to bear
children until she was 90 years old has occupied
the attention of many of our rabbis, sages,
commentators and scholars. There is much
discussion about this in the Talmud, Legends and
Commentaries.
In reading and studying our Torah it is im-
portant to take into consideration the time and
culture of the period described. This will help us
to understand the history of the Jewish people
which began with Abraham.
In the ancient Orient, childlessness was a
calamity, a disgrace to a woman and the narrative
of the Torah mentions the fact of Sarah's
childlessness several times.
Abraham was 75 and Sarah 65, and childless.
Therefore, it was an act of supreme faith to uproot
themselves and follow the command of the new
God to "Go forth from your native land and from
your father's house to the land that I will show
you. I will make of you a great nation. I will bless
you and 1 will make your name great." {Genesis
12:1,2)
About 10 years later, because of famine in
Cannan, they went to Egypt. Sarah was a
beautiful woman, and Pharaoh was attracted by
her beauty. When he discovered she was the wife
of Abraham, he was very kind to them. He gave
gifts to Abraham and also gave to Sarah his
daughter Hagar to serve as a hand-maiden.
The Torah narrative tells us that Sarah gave
Hagar as a concubine to Abraham. Hagar gave
birth to Ishmael. Sarah felt that perhaps this
would make it possible for her to bear a child as
well.
Dr. J.H. Hertz in the Soncino Publication of
the Pentateuch and Haftorahs has the following
commentary.
"It was the legalized custom in Babylon, the
home-land of Abram and Sarai, that if a man's
wife was childless, he was allowed to take a
concubine, but he was not to place her upon an
equal footing with his first wife.
"In Scripture the hand of God is traced in every
occurrence of life. Even what we should call
natural phenomena' are ascribed to Divine
agency." (page 56)
It was 13 years later when Abraham was 99,
Sarah 89 and Ishamel 13, that God made the
Covenant of circumcision with Abraham.
According to the Torah narrative, Abraham sat
in front of his tent and angels disguised as
travelers appeared before him and were offered
hospitality. One of the angels told Abraham that
Sarah will give birth to a son. Within a year a son
was born to Sarah and he was called Isaac. He
was circumcised when he was 8 days old.
(to be continued)
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