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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).
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Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Dec. 24, 1971 called no. 3 in masthead and no. 4 in publisher's statement; July 21, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Aug. 3, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Feb. 2, 1972 called no. 2 in masthead and no. 3 in publisher's statement; Apr. 26, 1974 called no. 9 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Aug. 2, 1974 called no. 5 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
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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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
>9 Number 7
Hoflywood, Florida Friday, April 6,1979
CFrd K. Shocht-FrWy. April *, l7f
Price 35 Centa
iril Is "Campaign Intensive' at the Federation
By BEN SALTER
rIEF Campaign Chairman
grateful to report to you
s of March 29, our 1979
ned Jewish Appeal-Israel
Bncy Fund campaign has
d $3,528,532 which is
Fimately a 20 percent
\e over 1978 contributions
ke same donors.
fever, since we have yet to
1978 contributors who
in excess of $500,000, our
i leadership has declared
ith of April as "Campaign
live" in order that we may
the very reachable goal
^9 of $4 million dollars phis.
mot be done without the
jed dedicated efforts of our
\kd professional leadership
i cooperation of our Jewish
nity.
With the signing of the Peace
Treaty, Israel enters, upon a
"Crisis of Peace" which in
economic terms may be even
more harsh, more demanding and
even more frustrating than
outright war. It has been reliably
estimated that it may cost Israel
up to $10 billion dollars (only $3
billion has been requested of the
U.S.) to redeploy its military
forces and defenses, build new air
bases and complex installations,
move the Sinai settlements and
continue to maintain a military
readiness to counter any
emergency.
THE EXPENDITURES
involved will continue to stoke
the fires of inflation in Israel
an inflation already at the rate of
50 percent, ravaging the
economy, eroding the Israeli
achievements, widening social
gaps, spreading injustice and
threatening the future of Israel.
The government will be forced to
make budgetary cuts to ease the
inflationary pressure. These cuts
will hurt. They will be felt most in
education and social services.
Although we cannot man the
tanks, airplanes and guns, or
even buy them for Israel, we can
and we will assume our sacred
obligation to pay for the im-
migration and absorption of our
returning exiles and we accept
the responsibility (much too
heavy for the over-burdened
taxpayer the most heavily
taxes people in the world) to
fulfill the unmet needs of our
Israeli brothers and sisters in the
crucial areas of health, welfare,
education and social services.
At a time when 65,000 Jews in
Iran are being threatened with a
Young Leadership
inference in Orlando
ibers of the Jewish
ktion of South Broward's
; Leadership Committee are
to attend a statewide
Leadership Conference in
So, April 27-29.
[conference is sponsored by
JJA Young Leadership
et Region Four in con-
ion with the Young
?n's Leadership Cabinet
Four and the Committee
leadership Development of
Council of Jewish
at ions.
featured speaker will be
Barry Shockett, legislative
assistant to Senator Stone. He
will speak on foreign relations in
the Middle East.
The Rabbi-in-Residence will be
Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, a con-
servative rabbi with two
congregations for the deaf in New
York.
The Scholar-in-Residence will
be Ted Comet, director of
Overseas Services and
Leadership Development
CJF.----------
For additional information,
contact Diane at the Federation.
tentative* of the Jewish Federation of South Braward, the Inter-
Council of Greater Hollywood, the City of Hollywood and area
bus affiliations participated in a press conference concerning the
pQg of the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel. Seated from left
father John Madigan, O.M.I.. St. Stephens Church; Sandi Khani,
r-Faith Council president; and Hollywood Mayor David Keating,
ling from left an Joyce Newman. Federation president; Rabbi
>n Malavasky, Temple Beth Shalom; and Rabbi Harold Richter,
ation chaplain. Mayor Keating oreeented a proclamation, to the
^FalUl Council declaring March 26,1979 ae Peace fa the Mideast
Mission Goes Beyond
the Tourist Spots
|der the direction of
ition missions chairman
lil Levin, a 10 day Family
in to Israel is planned for
[ 9-20, to be led by Dr. and
Saul Singer, Family
> chairmen.
ssion is an opportunity to
Bnce Israel in a unique way.
eting with government and
officials, experiencing
hospitality with Israelis,
and through briefings with
experts in various fields of social
development and in depth
touring of the country, mission
members can gain an insight into
the country, its problems and
successes.
Programing will be geared to
the complete family.
For details to the Family
Mission, contact Diane Good-
stein at the Federation office.
mini-holocaust, our people in the
Soviet Union are being im-
prisoned merely for being Jewish,
and Nazi party groups are active
on our college campuses, we
cannot sit back complacently
with our task not yet completed.
During the month of April, we
must make a concerted effort not
only to obtain pledges from
everyone who gave in previous
years, but to reach every Jew in
our community and to bring in
every dollar that is obtainable.
IF YOU have not made your
pledge to the 1979 CJA-IEF, this
is the time to do so! Make all
checks payable to the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
For information regarding
where your campaign dollars are
allocated, contact the Federation
office.
Ben Salter
passoveR message f or peace
By JOYCE NEWMAN
Federation President
We were witnesses to history.
Three great world leaders sat
down, after 16 months of
negotiating, after 31 years of
wars and bloodshed, after 5,000
years of struggle and signed a
Peace Treaty. By implication.
President Sadat's signature on
that piece of paper, admits to the
world' that Egypt recognizes
Israel's right to exist. In Israel
-.vthif .rfaiaari in the streets, fa
Miami they blew the shofar and
here in Hollywood, we offered an
inter-faith prayer service. Jews
everywhere were enthusiastic and
rejoiced.
But in Jerusalem, a terrorist
bomb exploded. In Lod, there
was a similar act of terror. Arafat
shook his fist into the T.V.
cameras and promised vengeance
against Sadat's "act of treason."
In Syria and Iraq there were
strikes in protest of the signing.
We cannot be ostriches nor
Pollyannas, and believe that the
signing of a piece of paper a
magical, mystical piece of paper
will cure the ills of the Middle
East. The politics of the Middle
East are far too complex. The
prejudices and hatreds of cen-
turies cannot be erased with the
stroke of a pen.
OUR DREAM of a Jewish
state flourishing in the desert is a
reality. Close your eyes and
visualize greenery where once
there was sand; modern cities
where Druid tents once stood,
and modern schools and
universities where desolation
only existed. In every mental
image there is another element:
the handsome young soldier with
h\ "oozie." While some swim in
the' Dead Sea, a soldier patrols
the 4)each While tourists shop in
the Old City of Jerusalem,
soldiers are all around. Whether a
visitor prays at the Wall or
watches children at play in a
school yard, the soldier is part of
the scene.
Is that magical piece of paper
going to eliminate the soldier
from our beautiful pictures?
Quite to the contrary .!
But it is a beginning! It is "A
First!" It is cause for optimism
cautious optimism.
Joyce Newman
The price to Israel will be
sleep. The oil fields in the Sinai
that Israel discovered and driled
will be gone. The air basesnn the
Sinai that are among the most
sophisticated and expensive will
be gone and must be reproduced
elsewhere. The settlements in the
Sinai must be abandoned and
new homes and jobs found for the
inhabitants.
THE SECURITY on Israel's
borders must be intensified. The
price of peace is astronomical.
But ... if one life is spared, if
war is averted, if Egyptians and
Israelis can learn to coexist, IT
WILL BE WORTH EVERY
PENNY!
We, the Diaspora Jews, must
show our strength as never
before. We must shew the world
we are willing to pay the price of
peace just as we have paid the
price of war so often in the past.
We must stand strong with our
Israeli brethren and pray that
this Peace Treaty is only the first
step towards a true and lasting
peace in the Middle East.
To quote Prime Minister
Begin, "No more war; no more
bloodshed; no more bereavement.
Peace, Shalom, Salaam forever."
AS WE celebrate this Passover
holiday, may our prayers for
peace be heard. May Jerusalem
stand strong and united forever.
And may the prayers of our
oppressed brethren in Ethiopia.
Iran and Russia be answered:
Next year in Jerusalem!
CRC Plans Mid-East Update
A "Mid-East Update,"
featuring Arron David Rosen-
baum, director of research of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee, will be held on
Sunday, April 29, at 7:30 p.m. at
Temple Beth Shalom. The
program is sponsored by the
Community Relations Committee
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Rosenbaum has been a member
of the AIPAC staff since 1972.
AIPAC is the only registered
lobbying group which works on
behalf of legislation and other
Congressional actions affecting
Israel. It is also active in other
public action from Washington
with a view toward improving the
friendship and cooperation
between tbe United States and
Israel.
Rosenbaum, 28, is a graduate
of the University of Michigan,
where he was a James B. Angell
scholar for his studies in Soviet
and Chinese political science and
history. He was a major con-
tributor to the Near East Reports
special survey, "Myths and
Facts.
This program is open to the
public
Mohe Day an stresses
importance off U.S.-Israel
Memo off Understanding,
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TheJiwUh Fhridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 8, 1979

Local Women on National Cabinet
Brizel
Gordon
Nancy Brizel, Esther Gordon
and Delia Rosenberg have been
named to serve on the Council of
Jewish Federations National
Women's Division Cabinet, it has
been announced by Fran Levey of
Miami, Women's Division
chairwoman.
"Over 100 communities
throughout North America now
are represented on the Cabinet,"
said Mrs. Levey. "We expect a
great deal of excitement to be
generated as these top-level
leaders begin interacting and
sharing their most creative
ideas."
The CJF Women's Division
serves as a link between local
Federation women's divisions
throughout North America,
developing collective policy and
direction. It functions as a
clearing house and initiator of
innovative concepts in leadership
development, Jewish enrichment,
and fund raising skills.
WOMEN'S DIVISION
1979-80 PROPOSED SLATE
OF
OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS g
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CJF Quarterly Meetings and
annual General Assemblies
provide opportunities for model
programming that is replicated
by local communities. Council
also sponsors regional meetings
throughout the year, and
specialized Women's Division
staff is made available for on-site
consultations at individual
communities.
The Council of Jewish
Federation is the association of
Esther Gordon, president
Delia Rosenberg, vice president, campaign
Brenda Greenman, vice president, community education
Bobbie Levin, vice president, in-service
Florence Roth, vice president, leadership development
Bea Mogilowitz, secretary
Ann Cohn, nominating committee chairwoman
Hannah Adel, parliamentarian
Board of Directors
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Hannah Adel
Sis Altman
Nancy Atkin
Judee Barron
Janie Berman
Natalie Bluth
Frances Briefer
Nancy Brizel
Barbara Buchwald
Helen Cohan
Ann Co^n
Louise Diamond
Nancy Ehrlich
Esther Gordon
Brenda Greenman
Joan Gross
Gloria Hess
El lie Katz
Jo Ann Katz
Rochelle Koenig
Corrine Kolodin
Jean Kruger
Bobbie Levin
Marian Levitats
Karen Margulies
Audrey Meline
Susan Miller
Bea Mogilowitz
Carol Morgenstein
Joyce Newman
Elaine Pittell
Joan Raticoff
Arlene Ray
Ruth Rodensky
Delia Rosenberg
Florence Roth
Noreen Schapiro
Dina Sedley
Beverly Shapiro
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The Jewish Floridian and Sho far of Greater Hollywood
Friday. April 6,1979
Celebrating Passover
Let us read the Haggadah this year with special
attention to the story of the Exodus from Egypt,
which launched the thousands of years-old
celebration of Passover we are now preparing our-
selves to observe.
Once again there is an Exodus this time from
the sands of the Sinai down to Sharm el-Sheikh for
which untold thousands of Israel's best young men
and women gave their lives. The Exodus now is in
the cause of peace. In ancient times, it was a flight
from servitude at the hands of the Egyptian
Pharaoh.
The Exodus today presages a new era in
relations between Israel and Egypt that can open a
period of unprecedented progress in the history of
both nations. And a period of unprecedented co-
operation between them.
But let us also read the Haggadah fully aware
that the Exodus from the Sinai means a return to
another Canaan surrounded by ancient and in-
transigent enemies who can turn the new era upside
down to Israel's disadvantage at a moment's notice.
As we begin the story of Passover with Auadim
hayenu VPharaoh b'Mitzrayim, let us pray along
with Egyptian men of good-will that the opening
sentence of the Haggadah, recounted as it is in the
past tense, means precisely that. "We were slaves
unto Pharaoh in Egypt."
The period of servitude is over. As Prime
Minister Menachem Begin and Egypt's President
Anwar Sadat pledged in Washington at the treaty-
signing, "Let there be war no more."
But let the past history of Jewish hopes and
aspirations in Israel not escape us. Let the Haggadah
be alive with its special meaning this Passover The
bitter frustrations experienced in the search for peace
lurk ever in the background to declare that peace and
freedom can be as much of a war as war itself.
"And if the Lord. Our God, had not taken us out
from there (Egypt) with a strong hand and out-
stretched arm, then we and our children and our
children's children would still be slaves unto Pharaoh
in Egypt."
Despite God's blessed canopy about us, peace
and freedom are not ultimate ends, but merely
hopeful beginnings toward which all mankind
constantly aspires.
Peace: A Historic 'First'
It is official. For the first time in the history of
the modern State of Israel, there is peace between
Israel and at feast one of her Arab neighbors. There
is a sense of euphoria everywhere tied to the hope
that other Arab nations will join in Egypt's historic
treaty-signing.
But it is a euphoria tempered by an alertness to
the possibility that the treaty may not last not
necessarily because of Egyptian violations, but
because of the pressures being applied on Egypt
resulting from peace-making decisions of President
Sadat.
The pressure is bad enough today. Palestine
Liberation Organization Chief Yasir Arafat has a
contract out on the life of President Sadat at this
very moment, and he has already vowed to "chop off
the hands" of Prime Minister Begin and President
Carter.
Already, there have been bombings and the loss
of life in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, stonings and the
setting of fires by Palestinians who oppose the recog-
nition of Israel under any circumstances.
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Olympic Popularity, Nyet? I
Friday, April 6. 1979
Volume 9
9NISAN5739
Number ~
By JIM MURRAY
Phew! That was a dose one!
I refer to the pre-Olympic
elections in Russia the other day.
I presume you noticed in the
public prints where they had a
squeaker in the national elections
in the USSR. The incumbents got
barely 99 percent of the vote. I
mean, one more week of cam-
Eigning and the election might
ve swung the other way. I
don't know what the Electoral
College vote was, but the margin
must have been extremely un-
comfortable. Clearly, the national
mood was mutinous. The
National Committee has to go
out and try to win over that
dissident minority. I'm betting
that they will. They always have.
LEONID I. BREZHNEV got
elected president for another five
years. The entire slate of 1,499
Communist Party members got
elected with him. It was the kind
of election NBC could have
predicted an hour after the polls
closed; in fact, a day before they
opened. It was what the Central
Electoral Commission there
hailed as a "triumph of Socialist
democracy at work." There are
174 million voters in Russia. All
of the "no" votes were absentee.
Or will be.
The closeness of the election
indicates how passions are
running in the Soviet Union over
the issue of the 1980 Olympics.
Obviously, the Soviet taxpayer is
rebellious. He wants to have an
Olympics that will pay for itself,
will be no burden on the taxpayer
and he served notice on the
Presidium that the people will
not be pushed around any more
on this issue.
It must come as a sober
warning to Brezhnev that he did
not get 1 percent of the vote. At
least, Stalin used to get 100
percent. Which is to say that the
ballots cast against him were
disqualified because the balloters
were disqualified; either dead or
in prison by nightfall. And only
in Chicago do they allow
cemeteries and lifers to vote.
No doubt someone in the
Moscow City Council, or some
shrill talk-show broadcaster
there, influenced closeness of the
election by his opposition to the
Olympics. You know how
Muscovites feel about not being
consulted by their leader in major
moves. Strikes, work stoppages,
referendums, recall elections; all
must have occurred. How they
must have inarched in the street,
overturned automobiles, stormed
embassies, picketed the Kremlin,
and got out the vote!
ALL OF THESE things must
have taken place. Speakers
doubtless got up on a soapbox in
Red Square to denounce the
"ripoff-ski." Others probably
pointed out what an Olympics
would do to Moscow traffic, and
others wondered how security
could be guaranteed, especially
since the KGB was already
overworked keeping track of
embassies and cultural exchange
as well as wiretapping the
conversations of Supreme Soviet
Council itself. Who knows which
shot putter is a pay? WHo knows
if the entire U.S. team is a CIA
plant.
No, Brezhnev's plurality hangs
by a thread and you have to think
the Olympic Games are at fault. I
mean. Stalin murdered millions
of Kulaks or jailed other
peasants, and his popularity at
the polls never wavered. Grain
shortages never bothered
Khrushchev. The only issue that
could have made such a dent in
Brezhnev's popularity at the
polls must be the Olympics.
Despite the narrowness of his
win. the Olympic movement has
to breathe a sigh of relief. The
torch will be handed on at least
once more. As attentive as they
are to the will of the people, as
necessary as it is for them to
worry about upcoming elections,
as fearful as they are of the man
in the street, the Politburo must
now feel it has a mandate,
however narrow, to go ahead with
the Moscow Olympics.
This is a good thing. Because
they have already sold the rights,
for heavy American dollars, to
NBC, Coca-Cola, Kodak,
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and pole-vault companies. You
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over this kind of procedure, but
the Moscow Olympics are as far
out of the reach of our Senate as
they are of a shoe cobbler in
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MOSCOW 18 merchandising
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Finalizing plans for the Hills Dinner Dance to take place on Saturday.
April 28, at Emerald Hills Country Club, are standing from left Mark
Fried, chairman; Larry Hunter, associate chairman; Rick Knee and
Ted Newman. Seated from left are Jill Hunter and Fran Knee.
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From left are CM Mark Fried and Associate Chairman Larry
Hunter.
Residents of Golden Horn met to pledge their support to world Jewry
at branch held in svpport of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund. Seated
from left are Michael R. Schlanger, committee member, North
building; Michael A. Paul, chairman. North building; and Sy Kahn.
co-chairman, South building. Standing from left are Elmer Leveneon,
co-chairman, South building; Evelyn Ssidel, co-chairman, South
building; Lou Levin, chairman, South building; aad Murray Lefaon,
committee member, North building.
Resident, of Golden Surf met to pledge their moral and financial
support to the people of Israel at a breakfast held in support of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal >
Israel Emergency Fund. From left are William Taitelbaum. char man
Murray Green, co-chairman; Max Yumkaa. co-chairman; and Sam
Weissberg. condominium president.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 6,1979
Beth Shalom Names Music Director
Harvey Schwartz is the new
music director at Temple Beth
Shalom.
Schwartz is a graduate of
Florida Atlantic University who
majored in music education. He
studied at the Chicago Con-
servatory of Music and is a
concert pianist. He is preparing
for programs with the Broward
Symphony Orchestra in con-
Soffer Fellowship Endowed
The Phyllis Dropkin Chapter
of the City of Hope announces
the endowment of the Don Soffer
Medical Research Fellowship at
the free and non-sectarian
Hospital and Research Center.
In recognition of the con-
tribution he has made to the City
of Hope and to numerous other
charities, Soffer will receive the
City of Hope "Man of the Year"
Humanitarian Award at a
testimonial dinner on March 31
at the Aventura Country Club.
Soffer, a graduate of Brandeis
University, is the owner of
Aventura Country Club and
resides with his wife, Carol, in
Miami Beach.
Don Soffer
junction with Jim Woodle of
Broward Community College.
Schwartz is a member of the
National Guild of Piano
Teachers. His duties will include
instruction of music, music
appreciation, classical, liturgical,
both voice and instrumental. His
instruction will begin with the
early childhood students of ages
three through the Beth Shalom
Day School and also teen-agers
and adults.
The announcement of his
appointment was made by the co-
chairpersons of the school, Ellie
Katz and Dr. Blumenthal, as well
as Ur Morton Malavsky,
spiritual leader: Leon Weissberg,
principal and educational
director; and Shirley Cohen,
youth coordinator and early
rhilldhood director.
The Galahad Court Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward held a tea on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund. From left are chairmen Matilda Kimelblott.
Jeanette Sussmsn, Rose Serchuck and Frances Briefer.
Residents of Trafalgar II showed their continued support to the
Jewish Federation of South Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund at a recent breakfast held at Temple Beth El.
From left are Louis Ballin, honorary chairman; Charles Wolf, past
campaign chairman; Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Temple Beth El; Ilan
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NJCRC Charges Justice Department
The National Jewish Com-
munity Relations Advisory
Council recently charged the
Justice Department and the
Immigration and Naturalization
Service with defying the will and
intent of Congress by
withholding funds allocated for
speeding up the investigations
and trials of Nazi war criminals
living in the United States.
NJCRAC, funded in part by
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund,
is the coordinating body for the
policies and programs of 11
national Jewish agencies and 106
Jewish community councils
throughout the country. The
Special Litigation Unit of the
Immigration and Naturalization
Service, has received only
$900,000 of the 82.052 million
authorized by Congress for the
specific purpose of upgrading the
Unit's Operations, according to
the NJCRAC. The $2,052 million
is less than 1 percent of the total
INS budget.
After intensive meetings with
Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman (D.-
N.Y.), chairwoman of the House
Subcommittee on Immigration,
Refugees and International Law,
the Justice Department agreed to
allot an additional $300,000 an
amount criticized by both the
congresswoman and the
members of her Subcommittee in
various meetings with Deputy
Attorney General Michael Egan,
David Crossland, General
Counsel of the INS, and Martin
Mendelsohn, Chief of the Special
Litigation Unit, "the handful of
cases finally brought to trial in
several cities are proceeding at a
NJCRAC's Subcommittee on
Unprosecuted Nazis as
inadequate.
THE NJCRAC Subcommittee
on Unprosecuted Nazis is made
up of Jacqueline K. Levine,
Chair; Phil Baum, associate
director, American Jewish
Congress; David (idler, director
of European Affairs, American
Jewish Committee; Elliot Welles,
director of the Task Force on
Unprosecuted Nazis, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith; Abraham J. Bayer, staff
director of the NJCRAC Sub-
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 6.1979
at Home and Overseas
Campaign 79
Why Renewed?
Because we Jews have a 4000-year-old
tradition of taking care of each other
in our own community and
throughout the world.
Our achievements are many.
Establishing the State of Israel.
Rescuing fellow Jews from the
Holocaust/ and from Arab lands.
Settling Soviet Jewish emigres.
Our challenges/ as always, are great;
but our belief in Renewal continues.
This year we rededicate ourselves to
renewing Jewish souls and spirits here
at home and wherever Jews live.
Jewish Renewal at Home and Over-
seas
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Jewish
Education
Our children. How will they
know their heritage, their
tradition? Jewish
Education is a vital
resource of talent and
information for 10 Jewish
schools in the South
Broward area serving 1300.
With 34% of today's
Jewish adults taking non-
Jewish mates, we can look
ahead to an entire
generation of Jews who wul
have little, if any, Jewish
identification and
knowledge.
The needs today are greater
than ever before, and the
needs of tomorrow fanmft
more top quality Jewish
day schools and after
school programs to help our
children carry on their
heritage.
Adults, too, have
demanded Jewish
educational programs
programs unavailable any-
where else. Today, more
than 300 adults have been
active participants in
programs which have been
coordinated and organized
by Jewish education.
Where will the financial
resources to expand this
come from? The answer is
you.
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Leadership
Development
Committee
The Leadership Develop-
ment Committee runs a
two-year program which is
designed to educate and
train future leaders in the
community. The committee
covers all aspects of the
workings of the Federation
and their role in the total
community picutre.

favor of Israel is crucial to
Jewish survival, but, once
again, the CRC budget has
not seen an increase to meet
these needs. Where wul the
financial resources to
expand this come from?
The answer is you.
Community
Relations
Committee
Anti-Semitism, perse-
cution, and bigotry,
whether they are here in our
community or directed
towards Jews in foreign
lands, threaten every Jew
no matter how "safe" he or
she thinks they may be.
The Community Relations
Committee champions the
right of Jews to live in
peace, freely as Jews.
Through its information
projects, educational
programs, and involvement
in civic affairs, the CRC is
the voice of the Jewish
community.
Now, more than ever
before, the need to counter
Arab propaganda in the
media, and to fight for
American public opinion in
Jewish
Community
Center*

The JCC Programs serve
every age group from the
child in nursery school to
the retired man and woman
with activities that span
community service; social,
educational and cultural
enrichment; and physical
education. Each day nearly
HOOpeople use the facilities
of the JCC's. Because of
geography there are two
JCC's in our Federation
area.
Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center
18900 N.E. 25th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Florida 33180
932-4200
Hollywood Jewish
Community Center
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Fla. 33020
921-6511


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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish
Family
Service

The repression of Judaism
Jin the USSR has brought
thousands of Soviet Jewish
refugees to this country,
and numbers are expected
to increase in 1979 by 100%
of 1978.
The Jewish Family Service
has completely resettled 23
Soviet Jewish families here
in South Broward. With the
need for food, shelter, and
clothing being subsidized
by the Family Service in
the initial months of
resettlement, prolonged
support has not been
necessary due to quick
adjustment on the part of
% .tfie individual families.
1901 Harrison Street
Hollywood, Fla. 33020
927-9288
Israel Independence Day
activities and promotes
friendship and under-
standing between
American and Israeli young
people.
H
Community
M.aliacl.
The Community Shaliach is
an Israeli-in-residence who
provides information and
counseling to high school
and college students who
want to visit, work or study
in Israel. He promotes
youth participation in
Chaplaincy
Program
The South Broward
Chaplaincy Service has as
its purpose visiting of
Jewish persons in
hospitals, rehabilitation
centers, correctional in-
stitutions, nursing homes
and other such facilities in
South Broward County. It
is offered as a cooperative
program of the Jewish
Federation of South
Broward and the South
Broward Council of Rabbis.
B'nai It* r H h
Youth
Organisation
The major thrust of the
B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization is to provide a
creative outlet for Jewish
youth through a complete
program of cultural, ath-
letics, religious, social and
service oriented activities.
AZA for boys and BBG for
girls serve nearly 30,000
members in making the
combined membership of
BBYO the largest Jewish
youth group in North
America.
Douglas
Gardens Jewish
Home and
Hospital For
the Aged
The Douglas Gardens
Home provides care for 360
residents, 99 of whom are
over 90 years old. It is the
only place in South Florida
where our elderly sick can
be cared for in a Jewish
environment.
151 N.E. 42nd Street
Miami, Fla.
761-8626
For centuries, the Jewish people have carried on a proud tradition of caring for
and helping their fellow Jews, no matter what the odds, no matter what the
cost. For more than 35 years, the South Broward Jewish community has lived
that tradition, and today, through the Jewish Federation of South Broward and
its constituent agencies and their programs, there is someone to help.
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The Annual Awards Dinner of
the American Jewish Committee
(Broward County Chapter) will
feature the presentation of a
special award to Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Anderson for many years
of dedicated service to their
community. The dinner will be
held at the Hillcrest Country
Club in Hollywood on Sunday
evening, April 22, it was an-
nounced by AJC President
Joseph Kleiman.
Cathy and Bob Anderson are
well known in the area not only
for their roles in the political field
but also for their activities in the
community. Cathy is presently
vice mayor and commissioner of
Hollywood, while Bob is
president of the Barnett Bank of
Hollywood.
Also to be presented at the
dinner will be the "Student
Human Relations Award" to the
AJC to Honor Hollywood Couple=
outstanding high school senior in
the county.
A panel of judges Byron C.
Campbell, Judge Alcee Hastings
and David H. Rush will select
the high school senior "who has
displayed outstanding leadership
in the field of human relations
and who has contributed to the
promotion of better un-
derstanding among all persons in
their school or community
without regard to race, religion or
ethnic origin."
Campbell is the president and
general manager of Gore
Newspapers, publisher of the
Fort Lauderdale News and Swi
Sentinel. Hastings is a Circuit
Court Judge and a leader in the
civil rights movement. Rush is
chairman of the Board and
president of ACR Electronics,
Inc.
The guest speaker for the AJC
at the Awards Dinner will be
Milton Himmelfarb, director of
the Information and Research
Services of the American Jewish
Committee, and editor of the
American Jewish Year Book and
a contributing editor of Com-
mentary magazine.
Chairperson of the Student
Human Relations Committee is
Leah Weinstein. Also on the
committee are Gladys Abram,
Myrna Sobo and Gail Kapp.
Co-chairmen of the Awards
Dinner are George Bursak and
Fred Feinstein. Chairperson for
decorations and reservations is
Dorothy Fine.
Master of ceremonies for the
dinner is Judge Morton L.
Abram.
Cathleen Anderson
Robert Anderson


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Pagell-A
The Histadrut Israel's Real Majority'
By DR. JUDAH SHAPIRO
ident National Committee
for Labor Israel
[The Histadrut of Israel is not
sily explained. Some say it is
reel's "Federation of Labor"
d having said that, go on to
plain that it is really much
re.
[Those who say that the
Btadrut is the largest non-
kvernmental health, education,
id welfare agency in Israel are
right, but they must add that it ia
also the organization of workers.
It would be so much easier to
simplify the complexities by
stating the basic fact that the
Histadrut is the organizations!
framework fo the overwhelming
majority of the population of
Israel.
Men and women who earn their
living by work are the members
of the Histadrut; they and the
members of their families are
served by an all-embracing health
sidents of AUington Towers honored Lewis Cohen at a recent
inch held in support of teh Jewish Federation of South Broward's
ombined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund. From left are
pharles Goldin, co-chairman; Eli Stifdel, chairman; Manuel Feldman,
i-rhairman; Jack Rosenblatt, co-chairman; Lewis Cohen, Reuben
)<>rfman, co-chairman; and Reuben Gladstone, chairman.
\f
From left are Manuel Feldman and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cohen.
service, "Kupat Holim," more
closely approximating a complete
national health service than
many maintained by advanced
countries of far greater resources.
THERE ARE services for the
aged, for the deprived, for those
whose aspirations are hemmed in
by limited education and
resources. Women have their full,
independent status within the
Histadrut, and there are those
among them who could not
maintain their working situation
without the help of Histadrut
training and support services.
Additionally interesting is the
fact that it is also a reflection of
the entire political spectrum.
Whatever its ruling majority, it
is exclusive of none, and mem-
bers of every party not only
belong to the Histadrut but enjoy
its multiple services.
Members of every party, from
right to left, may have opposing
views about the conduct of the
government, but they all par-
ticipate in the aims and programs
of the Histadrut with their
varying positions. Never was the
solidarity of the Histadrut
membership more effectively
revealed than in the period since
the termination of the Labor-led
government of Israel.
The Histadrut is the majority
of thepeople of Israel, united in
their common interests as wage
earners and in the shaping of the
state and society of Israel so that
they will best serve the needs of
all the people equitably.
THROUGHOUT ITS
existence, the Histadrut has
attracted the friendship and
admiration of Americans Jews
and non-Jews.
What was seen in the
Histadrut was the example par
excellence of the concept of a
"bootstrap" operation. Workers
creating industry, to provide jobs
for wbrkers; principles of social
justice were extracted from
abstractions and given practical
application; the principle of the
co-operative entered into joint
and mutual self-help enterprises.
That the Histadrut gained the
support of Jewish dreamers and
workers is obvious, but the at-
tractiveness of the Histadrut for
the entire American trade union
movement soon became ap-
parent, and the Histadrut has
had no greater and more staunch
supporters in this country.
The Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign of the National Committee
for Labor Israel has centralized
and coordinated the support for
the Histadrut from here.
There is no interference in
Israel's political affairs, nor even
involvement in the conduct of
Histadrut affairs. The exclusive
concern of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign is to 'enrich the
resources of the Histadrut in its
health, educational, and welfare
services to assist people in need
and to make the ideals of hope
and social justice become
realities.
Residents of Avant Garde held their annual breakfast in support of
the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund campaign. From left are Sol Cohen, chairman
and Joyce Newman, Federation president.
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TTte" Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 6,1979

Soutk Qtiowand
Qpotdigk h
Cypa '-^" bq It was an elegant evening, with beautiful people, honoring a
very special woman Mary Zinn. The white and gold party
invitations announced "A Simcha for Momma. A Special
Evening to Share Our Love."
Mary's charming daughters, Esther Gordon and Rita IlowH
celebrated their mother's birthday with 140 appreciative guests.
The Gordon pool and patio area on the lake-waterfront was
transformed into a setting that could be compared to the
elegance of a Great Oatsby movie set.
Mary was surrounded by her loving grandchildren Robert,
Robin, and Brian Gordon, Mindy and Ira Vernon, as well as
Theda Vernon Shaw, husband Michael, and great-grand-
daughter Unsay Shaw of Atlanta. Theda, an accomplished
pastry chef who had studied in Paris, prepared many of the
unusual, luscious desserts that filled the sweet table.
Son-in-law Allen Gordon spoke movingly about Mary's life
and her late husband Louis Zinn who came to Hollywood in
1948. They were pillars of the Jewish community. The chapel at
Temple Sinai bears the Zinn name. Mary has established the
foundation, and her family has continued to follow her gracious
example.
Among the guests were Diane and Sheldon Shaeffer and
Terry and Dr. Alfred Geronemus. Terry is an active supporter of
"Friends for Life" which benefits the University of Miami
School of Medicine.
"Fang," who was recuperating from recent hernia surgery,
told the story of his operation to Dr. Seymour and Simone Dunn
and to Paul and Maralyn Anton, who had just returned from
Hawaii. The Fred and Leon Sultans, Shelly Schlesingers, Jerry
Rosenbergs, Norman Atkins, Jerry Raticoffs, and Dr. Norman
Wrubels were there. Marys regular canasta group, Irma Stein,
Sally Gouz and Sandy Gulden, with their husbands, also en-
joyed the delightful evening.
Dr. Alfred and Florence Rosenthal planned a surprise
dinner party for their son Leigh's 21st birthday. Leigh is a
senior at the University of Pennsylvania. Wharton School of
Finance, and will attend law school next fall. Joining in the
surprise were Mike Jablove, Mike Levin, Mike Kushner and my
son, Mike Koenig. Some of the other guests who are not named
Mike were Steve Siff, Jimmy and Lisa Demet, Tom Katz, Judy
Nathanaon, Mitch Holove and sister, Nancy Rosenthal.
Florence Rosenthal was also busy making plans with
Marilee Berger for the Nova High School Luncheon honoring
retiring Broward County Superintendent of Schools, James
Maurer. Judy Glazer is N.P.A. president. Barbara Roberts
efficiently handled reservations.
And another big birthday celebration this time Bobbie
Levin was surprised when friends and family gathered for a
luncheon in her honor at Joe Sonken's Gold Coast Restaurant.
Bobbie rarely eats lunch.
Lila Demet, Jo Ann Katz, Phyllis Siff, Dina Kaye, Natalie
Bluth, Joyce Newman, Shirley Wolf, Josephine Budasoff,
Brenda Greenman joined golf and baseball friends as well as
family Jake. Bea Mogilowitz and Lil Levin. Pediatrician
husband, Dr. Phil Levin, took the day off from his busy office to
be there. What would you give a woman who coaches a T-Ball
team and is a champion golfer? For her special birthday, a
special gift golf clubs, of course.
Bea and Ed Lane have been happily entertaining their
daughter, son-in-law and grandson. We met them at the
Emerald Hills Country Club Thursday King Neptune Buffet,
and again at the club on Sunday evening. We saw each other at
Mary Zinn's party that same weekend. We all agreed to eat
home on Monday.
Congratulations to Phyllis and Bemie Koplin on the
engagement of their daughter Susan to Mark Cohen from
Miami. Phyllis and her older daughter Kathy Klausner gave a
bridal shower in honor of Susan.
Best wishes to Marge and Jack Saltzman on the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, Ira. And to Mary and Edward Gottlieb on
David's Bar Mitzvah.
Good wishes also to Dr. Howard and Sandy Kellner and to
grandmother Eve Fishkin on Alan's Bar Mitzvah. While roller-
skating two weeks before the big day, Alan broke his wrist. So
under his brand new suit jacket he also wears a brand new cast.
Kudos to Selma Hopen, Betsy Krant and Tobene Rosenthal
for the outstanding symposium for "The Total Child" program
of the Broward County Medical Association Auxiliary. The
topic was "Coping with Stress." An overflow crowd of teachers,
administrators and interested parents heard a panel of leading
psychologists address a most difficult problem in our present
day society.
The very capable committee included Mara Giulianti,
Rachel Rogers, Ann Lane, Sherri Kerzner, Robbie Kurland, and
Eleanor Sobel. At the conclusion of the program auxiliary
member Diane Bergheim was at the front desk selling the
booklets for speaker Dr. Donald Dinkmeyer. 1 hopefully bought
all four. Maybe it will help!
Jonathan Keller, son of Dr. Peter and Barbara Keller, has
emerged as the champion speller of the fifth grade at Nova
Eisenhower Elementary School. Runner-up is Michele Levin,
daughter of Dr. Larry and Cheryl Levin. The spelling bee was
almost a "stalemate," but they both missed that word. The
deciding word was "asylum." Is it just a coincidence that the
Dads of both super spellers happen to be dentists?
Another dentist, Dr. Norman Bluth, and wife Natalie are
also very proud parents. Their daughter Debbie has become the
state champion in the Oratory Division of the Florida Forensic
League Debbie will compete nationally in Cincinnati in June.
Debbie's grandparents are Manny and Stella Bluth of Meadow-
brook Towers.
Saturday Night Fever struck Temple Sinai Chaverim Group.
It was the annual disco party. The club is a social, educational,
and cultural group which sponsors both interesting and fun
events. Susan Chira, Randee Lefkow, Tammy Mann, Janet
Michaelson, Paula Platt, Lynn Rosen, Marsha Samuel, and
Linda Winn organized the successful evening.
The Temple Sinai Donor Bruncheon was held at the
beautiful Emerald Hills Country Club this year.
Rhoda Marcus is chairperson of the Donor Luncheon of the
Hollywood Chapter of Hadassah. Ann Hurwitz and Esther
Sklar will assist with the plans at the Diplomat Hotel.
To those of you who will be traveling north for Passover
and the summer months, we wish you a safe trip. We look
forward to seeing you next fall.
Soviet
Vote
Continued from Page 4-A
this Olympics the way Bamum
and Bailey would a circus. As TV
Guide magazine puts it, "The
Communists become capitalists
after about 15 minutes at the
bargaining table."
This should be the biggest
influx of western technical goods,
knowledge and currency for the
Soviets since the Murmansk Run
and, with a multi-billion-dollar
trade deficit, don't underestimate
the economic importance of an
Olympic Games to the USSR.
It's even worth the risk of letting
the local citizenry rub shoulders
with citizens from countries
where 52 percent of the vote is a
"landslide," and there are
sometimes as many as two
candidates for the same
government position.
Because Moscow is such a pure
democracy, they don't have to
resort to the subterfuge of linking
a new subway, or monorail, or
airport to an Olympics budget in
order to get the electorate to okay
it. Not since Hitler s Olympics in
Germany in 1936 have the Games
had such universal support at
home. On the other hand, our
own form of government is so
suspect of being totalitarian and
insensitive to the rights of the
people, that two lawyers from
Paooima can probably get them
thrown out at any time. All they
need is a pen and a ride down-
town.
So, when you buy one of the
merchandising items from the
1980 Moscow Olympics, say
Mis ha the Bear to hang on your
rear-view mirror, you will be
content in knowing you are
supporting an Olympics and a
regime that has the approval of
174 million voters and the
disapproval of only about 12, who
probably by now see the error of
their ways.

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13-A
You saw it on television... now remember it always...
with the historic EYEWITNESS commemorative of
The Signing of the
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Friday, April 6,1979
Ask Abe
By Abe Halpern
Question:
Did Moses actually exist? The story of his birth
in the Scriptures, the description of his death, his
body never found, and the statement in the
Torah narrative, "And no one knows his burial
place till this day" leaves me in doubt as to
whether he ever existed. Can you come up with
some realistic answers to my question?
Morris Dunn
Hollywood
Answer:
Jewish history begins with Abraham, but the
ideas and ideals of Judaism begin with the story
of creation. The Hebrew Bible consists of
three divisions:Torah (meaning study, teaching,
law), the Pentateuch. Chumosh in Hebrew;
Neviim (Prophets); and Ketuvim (Hagiographia
or Holy Writings).
The Torah is divided into five books and is
known as the Five Books of Moses. They are
furthn subdivided into 54 portions. Each portion
is read in the Synagogue on succeeding Sabbaths.
The entire Torah reading is completed during the
course of one year. On Simchat Torah, the reading
:;ain from the beginning.
i reading of the Torah Tnust be done from
I written by a specially (rained Scribe,
public readings have continued for more
than Lwo millenia throughout tht world whever
Jews
Genesis, the first book, covers the Creation, the
beginning rf the history of man and describes the
lives of the Patriarchs. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob,
and the sa^a of Joseph. It concludes with the
sojourn of Jacob and his sons in Egypt and ends
with the deaths of Jacob and Joseph.
The next four books. Exodus, Leviticus,
Numbers and Deuteronomy begin with the story
of the Mondage. They continue with the birth of
Moses, the Exodus from Egypt, and the
Revelation at Mt. Sinai. The 40-year wandering
through the desert as well as the promulgation of
laws and code of life based on the Ten Com-
mandments are described in great detail. The
Torah rwrrative ends with the death of Moses on
the threshold of the Promised Land.
The I en Commandments are a sublime sum-
mary of human duties binding upon all mankind.
It cannol ) antiquated as long as the world en-
dures. It is at the same time a divine epitome of
Israel's- creed of life The Ten Commandments,
the niagna carta of religion and morality, lays
down the fundamental rules of worship and life,
and orders the lives for all children of men in all
generations until the end of time.
start.
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Among the Jews throughout history, very few
ever doubted the Bible as a source of history.
However, some Bible critics question whether
Moses was a Hebrew or an Egyptian. Other Bible
critics, scholars and philosophers questions
whether Moses actually existed. The best answer
to these Bible critics can be found in a long essay
published in 1904, written in Hebrew by Ahad
Ha'Am, the pen name of Asher Ginzberg,
essayist and philosopher /1856-1927). Following
is a brief excerpt.
"When I read the Haggadah on the eve of
Passover, and the spirit of Moses the son of
Amram, the supiemest of heroes, who stands like
a pillar of light on the threshold of our history,
hovers before me and lifts me out of this nether
world, I am quite oblivious of all the doubts and
questions propounded by non-Jewish critics.
"I care not whether this man Moses really
existed; whether his life and his activity really
correspond to our traditional account of him;
whether he was really the savior of Israel and
gave his people the Law in the form in which it is
preserved among us; and so forth. I have a short
and simple answer for all these conundrums. This
Moses. I say, this man of old time, whose
existence and character you are trying to
elucidate, matters to nobody but scholars like
you.
"We have another Moses of our own, whose
image has been enshrined in the hearts of the
Jewish people for generations, and whose in-
fluence on our national life has never ceased from
ancient times till the present day. The existence
of this Moses, as a historical fact, depends in no
way on your investigations. For even if you
suceeded in demonstrating conclusively that the
man Moses never existed, or that he was not such
a man as we supposed, you would not thereby
detract one jot from the historical reality of the
ideal Moses the Moses who has been our leader
not only for 40 years in the wilderness of Sinai,
but for thousands of years in all the wildernesses
in which we have wandered since the Exodus.
"And it is not only the existence of this Moses
that is clear and indisputable to me. His character
is equally plain, and is not liable to be altered by
uny archeological discovery ..." (Selected
Essays by Ahad Ha am. pp. 308-309).
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Workshop Set On Divorce Prevention
['Divorce prevention must
the day the honeymoon is
["hat's the theory, supported
[work with troubled couples, of
!>ert Green, Ph.D. a clinical
/chologist practicing in
award County. Green, along
fch his wife Lynda, MSW,
?.S.W., will present a Divorce
evention Workshop at the
lllywood Jewish Community
iter.
The first session is Tuesday,
^ril 25, from 7:45 through9:30.
ccessive sessions are scheduled
Tuesday, May 1 and Tuesday,
iy 8, same time.
This workshop is intended not
|ly for those who are ex-
riencing marital difficulties.
lUier. it is a workshop intended
both troubled couples and
jples who find satisfaction in
eir marriage but who wish to
ike it even better.
["In a fight everyone either
pns or loses," says Green. That
the secret of how to love and
jht fairly. Fighting fairly is an
iportant communication tool
ini can do much to prevent a
Carriage from deteriorating and
riding up on the road to divorce.
Techniques of loving and fighting
airly will be discussed in detail.
At the end of each session an
Jpen discussion will be en-
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Religious
Directory
NORTH BROWARD
rEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
.Phillip A. Labowltz Cantor Maurice
A.Neu.
ITEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform (44)
ITAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9104
S7th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44-A)
MIRAMAR
|ISRAEL TEMPLE. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin
Cantor Yehudah Htllbraun. (48)
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TEMPLE BETH EMET. 200 NW
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Temple in the pines. 9730 sterling
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HALLANDALE
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MM NE 22nd Ave. Reform Rabbi
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ETH EL TEMPLE. 13S1 S. 14th Ave.
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[TH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4601 Arthur
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MAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnson St.
pwtrvajtWt. Rabbi Paul M. Katt,
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Hollywood, Fla. 33021. Liberal
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sntor Phyllis Cole. (47C)
iiS ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
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load. Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe
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The JCC will co-sponsor with
Broward Community College a
six part program called "Women
on Their Way." This program is
designed to help the woman
interested in searching out jobs
as well as self-realization
potentials. The program will
begin on Wednesday, May 2, and
continue for six weeks. The
course is offered from 8 to 9:30
p.m. at the JCC.
The Center is also planning in
April for the Tweens (6-8 grades)
an "Ice Cream Sundae & Flick"
social to be held on Sunday, April
22, at 2 p.m. The Last REmake of
Beau Geste with Marty Feldman
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Friday, April 6,1979 SECTION B
Day an Explains the Memo of Understanding
By GIL SEDAN
And YITZHAK SHARGIL
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan
stressed the importance of the
U.S.-Israeli memorandum of
understanding which he signed
with Secretary of State Cyrus
Vance in Washington in which
the U.S. undertook to supervise
implementation of the Israeli-
Egyptian peace treaty during the
next three years.
It is the first written document
that specifically mentions the
strengthening of the U.S.
NYU Prexy
Beats Bushes for
Sharansky's Release
NEW YORK (JTA).- In an
attempt to secure the release of
Anatoly Sharansky and other
political and Jewish activists
imprisoned in the Soviet Union,
John C. Sawhill, president of
New York University, extended
an open invitation to the Soviet
government to allow Sharansky
to participate in the university
commencement program in June.
"1 am sending a formal letter
.to the Soviet government,"
Sawhill said, "asking for per-
mission to have him in New York
City for this event. And, I call on
the United States Congreas and
1 resident Carter to use all
available means at their disposal
to support New York University
m this endeavor."
FURTHER, in an attempt to
mobilize a broad base of
"diversity support to secure
Uj-kV- -,iM Sawhill
^rwidf'as
throughout this country
throughout the free world, and
throughout the Soviet Union to
extend a similar invitation for
their commencement programs."
Sawhill spoke at a .press
conference at the St. Regis Hotel
announcing the formation of the
New York Committee of Con-
science. The newly formed
committee serves to increase
awareness of the problem of
Soviet Jewish prisoners. Sawhill
serves as co-chairman of the
committee, along with New York
Attorney General Robert
Abrams.
AS A REACTION to the
conviction of Sharansky last
July, Sawhill requested the the
faculty of New York University
postpone any further scholastic
or applied research programs
with the Soviets, and called on
faculties elsewhere to take similar
steps until the Soviets released
Sharansky.
presence in the region, Dayan
told a meeting of foreign
diplomats here.
DAYAN SAID that while it
will not extend beyond three
years, it is important that the
U.S. has agreed to serve as the
address to which Israel could
refer in the event the Egyptians
violate the peace treaty terms.
He did not refer directly to the
angry complaint lodged formally
by Egypt with the U.S.,
protesting that the memorandum
could be construed as an
"eventual alliance" between the
U.S. and Israel
He noted, however, that the
Americans are now "in the same
boat" with Egypt and Israel,
which will be navigating stormy
waters in the months ahead when
the two countries negotiate over
autonomy on the West Bank and
Gaza Strip.
Dayan said the 11-member
ministerial committee headed by
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
will complete its autonomy
proposals within a week and
negotiations with Egypt could
begin two weeks after that in
accordance with the treaty terms.
HE SAID initial talks between
the two countries were begun in
Washington but no decisions
were made so far. He said the
negotiating site will rotate
between El Arish in northern
Sinai and Beersheba.
Dayat explained the good-will
gesture- Israel has pledged to
Egypt it order to improve the
climate for the autonomy
negotiations. But in his remarks
to reporters, and in his
presentation, he sought to allay
fears on the part of many Israelis
that these gestures were "one-
sided" and go too far.
He said several of the gestures
merely reaffirm the situation that
exists today, namely that the
populations of the West Bank
and Gaza Strip are free to move
to and from Israel and abroad.
This will continue, he said.
HE SAID the permission
granted for political activity by
West Hank and uaza residents
did not apply to incitement
against Israel but only to
peaceful expressions of political
views through newspapers and
periodicals. Dayan said that
meetings of a political nature
would be permitted but only with
prior permission of the Israeli
authorities.
The Foreign Minister stated
that the transfer of the Military
Government headquarters from
the town of Gaza to a less
populated area would not in any
wav curtail the authority or
affect the activity of the Military
Government. It is only a matter
of relocation which in many ways
is better for Israel, he said.
Dayan explained that the new
laws pertaining to administrative
detention were approved before
Israel undertook its gestures. It
is not eliminated entirely but
subject to approval by the
president of a district court. Up
to now, administrative detention
was not subject to judicial ap-
proval.
AS FOR Israel's agreement to
release some political prisoners,
Dayan said it applied only to a
small number of prisoners not yet
sentenced. He said the
reunification of West Bank and
Gaza families with relatives who
left those territories in 1967 is
nothing new and has been going
on for years.
Dayan hinted that Egypt could
play an important role in fur-
thering the resumption of
diplomatic ties between Israel
and the several African states
that broke off relations after the
Yom Kippur War.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward offices will be
closed on the following dates
in observance of Passover:
Thursday, April 12-Friday, April 13;
Wednesday, April 18-Thursday, April 19


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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far ofGreater Hollywood
Fr> Riverside to Open Chapel in Tamarac
Rabbi Malavsky. left, presents a "Sedur" to members of the Aleph
class of Temple Beth Sholom. The children from left are Karen
Homans, Howard Lane, Michele Drath and Lara Kayne.
Riverside Memorial Chapels of
Florida will break ground next
month on Broward County's
newest, largest and most modern
Jewish funeral chapel, it has been
announced by Alfred Golden,
executive vice president of
Riverside of Florida.
The West Broward chapel will
be located at Commercial
Boulevard, just west of N.W.
66th Terrace near University
Drive, and will have a seating
capacity of nearly 300 persons. It
was designed by award-winning
Coral Springs architect Morris
Simon, and is scheduled for
completion later this year.
The new Tamarac facility has
been designed to satisfy every
aspect of the Jewish funeral
tradition, and the Orthodox
ritual, when requested, will be
strictly observed, according to
Arthur Grossberg, F.D., vice
president in charge of Riverside's
Broward operations. He added
that the new chapel will have a
mikveh for the ritual washing of
the dead.
Staffing the new Riverside
chapel will be Mark Davis, L.E.,
who will be assisted by
Grossberg; Leo Hack, vice
president and religious adviser;
and Kenneth Kay, F.D., vice
president in charge of Dade
operations.
This will be the eighth funeral
service location operated in
Florida by Riverside Memorial
Chapels, the largest and one of
the oldest Jewish funeral firms in
the nation, founded in New York
City in 1915 and serving Florida
for more than 40 years. Other
locations are in southwest Miami,
Miami Beach, North Miami
Beach, Hollywood, Sunrise, West
Palm Beach, and five locations in
the metropolitan New York area.
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Kushner Heads Temple Sinai
At the annual election meeting
of Temple Sinai held March 25,
Mort Kushner was elected
president. Kushner has been a
board member and officer of the
Temple for over 20 years.
Other officers elected were: Dr.
Alfred Rosenthal, first vice
president; Marcy Kamerson,
second vice president; Elliot
Stein, 3rd vice president;
Stephen Plait, fourth vice
president: Svdnev Burkholz,
treasurer; Louis Ueutscn,
financial secretary; and Rose
Cohn, recording secretary.
Elected to the Board of
Governors for three years were
Thomas Cohen, Jerald Goldman,
Philip Hausfeld, Ronald
Horowitz, Hyman Jacobs,
Myrim Levine, Irving London,
Norman Platt, Ronald Rosen,
Barbara Stein and Bertha
Widlitz.
Those Board members with
two years remaining: Paul B.
Anton, Dr. Alvin Fisher, Moses
Hornstein, Jacob M. Mogilowitz,
Dr. Robert Pitted, Albert Ponn.
Dr. Irving Rosenthal, Harry
Schelner,' Joseph Siegel, Dr. Saul
Singer and Ina Wachman.
Board members with one year
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Chira, Ernest Freiberger, Dr. Mai
Golden, Hy Kameron, Joseph
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The Jtuiish Ptoridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page3-B
Mussolini articulated the point
as only a master of the art of
propaganda can: "We will, like
the octopus, darken the waters."
His reference was to lies, half
truths, rumors. People are apt to
believe what they want to hear.
Their biases preclude the intake
of truth.
So it seems to be with the
current propaganda campaign to
give Israel a black eye on the
issue of the alleged torture of
prisoners. A junior foreign
service officer, Alexandra U.
Johnson, serving in the American
consular office in Jerusalem,
convinced her superiors that
Israel was conducting a
systematic campaign of serious
abuse of Arab prisoners.
THE STORY hopped from the
U.S. consular office in Jerusalem
to the London Times to the
Washington Post. As it hopped,
the smear and confusion grew;
p*. and Israeli officials had to spend
valuable time wiping off the mud,
time that might have been much
better spent in protecting Israeli
civilians from Arab marauders
trained to kill and run away.
The flaws in the story?
? Miss Johnson, who has
acknowledged she was at one
time engaged to a Palestinian,
has flunked her final tests in this
branch of government service.
Her talents are no longer em-
ployed in the U.S. Jerusalem
office. She blames the impact of
her an ti-Israeli report. State
Department Spokesman Hod-
ding carter denies that;
State's technical language
on Miss Johnson's dismissal is
that she has been "selected out"
of the U.S. Foreign Service. That
fancy term can be effectively
applied to the London Times's
treatment of the damaging
report, to The Washington Post's
mishandling of the ncident, and
to the modern habit of "leaking a
harmful story" just when big
news is breaking;
0 Red Cross investigations of
such reports, Israel's actual
record, and the U.S. govern-
Real and Imagined
Robert
ment's eventual pronouncements
on the matter all demolish the
house of cards Miss Johnson
built.
WE WENT through this sort
of mischief not so long ago when
the pro-Arab network in the
United States picked up the
handling of the case of Sami
Esmial, an American, who
claimed he had been tortured
while detained by Israeli
authorities. Eventually, the U.S.
State Department found the
charges made against Israel by
Esmial sympathizers groundless.
Going back a bit further, we do
well to consult "Myths and
Facts," a running account of
complaints against Israel and the
truth in each case as recorded by
The Near East Report. In that
examination of grievances, it is
indicated that Israeli jails held
about 3,000 Arab prisoners aa of
December, 1977. Nearly all had
been captured while on terrorist
missions against Israel or in
possession of arms and sabotage
plans. It is clear that Israel's
' prisons are open to inspection at
I all times by the Red Cross.
The head of the Red Cross
committee, sent in June, 1970, to
probe Israel's prison conditions,
concluded: "If there must be
prisons, then may they all be like
this one (Beersheba)."
The Near East Report con-
cludes: "Investigations of
specific charges have shown that
many are fabrications. Other
claims have been based on
medical illness or injuries suf-
fered years prior to arrest."
MISS JOHNSON'S baneful
and overblown report oozed out
on the eve of the release of the
United States Human Rights
Survey, dealing with conditions
in 115 countries. Palestinians in
our country quickly assembled a
press conference to cash in on
Miss Johnson's witch hunt. Miss
Johnson and the American
Palestinians could have made
better use of their excess energy
by studying carefully the U.S.
Report.
Excerpts from that survey: (1)
Saudi Arabia: "Islamic law,
which is the constitution of Saudi
Arabia, sanctions the practice of
severing the hand of convicted
thieves Capital punishment
by public beheading is provided
by law." (2) Syria: "Charges of
torture have been frequent .
There is good reason to believe
that in several recent cases,
physical coercion to the point of
serious injury was employed." (3)
Israel: "Torture is prohibited by
law in Israel and is virtually
unheard of. Although there may
have been rare exceptions in the
past, the Department of State
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Excerpts
Begin Repeats His Nobel Sentiments
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Following are excerpts from
Israeli Prime Minister Menachem
Begin's speech:
I have come from the land of
Israel, the land of Zion and
Jerusalem, and here I am in
humility and with pride as a son
of the Jewish people as one of the
generation of the Holocaust and
redemption. The ancient Jewish
people gave the world a vision of
eternal peace and universal
disarmament, of abolishing the
teaching and the language of war
PEACE IS the beauty of life.
It is sunshine, it is the smile of a
child, the love of the mother, the
joy of the father, the together-
ness of a family. It is the ad-
vancement of men, the victory of
the just cause, the triumph of
truth. Peace is all of these and
more, and more.
These are words I uttered in
Hebrew Day School News
The Hebrew Day School chil-
dren are participating in a food
drive for Passover items to be
given to needy families.
Items such as matzo meals,
Passover soups, jello, are being
collected. The children will have
all these items at the school by
April 2.
Mrs. AnnaJean Harden is co-
ordinating this Passover Food
Drive, and anyone wishing to
donate to the drive is encouraged
to call the Hebrew Day School
office for details.
Jesse Faerber. fundraising vice
president of the Hebrew Day
School, has just announced the
next project for the school.
Faerber has contacted Paul
Frieser, a fellow parent and
Board member and owner of the
Grapevine Plantation. With the
advent of Passover, Frieser has
agreed to donate a sizable per-
centage of the profits from all
wine sales April 3 and 4 to
parents, friends and relatives of
the Hebrew Day School. Either*
Passover (Carmel wine) or
regular wine may be purchased
and its profits donated to the
Hebrew Day School.
During the week of March 26
the children at the Hebrew Day
School had a unique learning
experience. They spent a half a
day at the Riding with Nature
Ranch in Rolling Oaks.
The pre-kindergarten and kin-
dergarten children spent their
time in learning the basics about
a horse and about nature on the
ranch. Each child also rode a
horse.
The first through fourth
graders had a more extensive
exposure at the ranch. They had
lessons and films about the
environment, which they are also
studying in social science this
month.
The children had lunch at the
ranch to complete their morn-
ing's activities.
March 13 was a fun-filled day
at the Hebrew Day School, when
all of the children, from pre-k
through fourth grade, par-
ticipated in Purim festivities.
The pre-k and kindergarten
paraded around the school in
their bright Purim garb. Even
the teachers dressed for the day.
The children watched a filmstrip
on Purim and heard the Purim
story from the Megillah. Each of
the young children compiled his
own picture Megillah to retell the
Purim story at home with his
family. The children made
hamantaschen while they studied
the holiday.
The first through fourth
graders sponsored a mini-
carnival for the other children in
the school. After the revelry, the
children listened to the Megillah
reading and ate hamantaschen
provided by the PTO.
Oslo on December 10, 1978, while
receiving the second half of the
Nobel (Peace) Prize. The first half
went, rightly so, to President
Sadat. And I took the liberty to
repeat them here on this
momentous, historic occasion. It
is a great day in the annals of two
ancient nations, Egypt and
Israel, where sons met in battle
five times in one generation.
However, let us not forget that
in ancient times our two nations
met also in alliance. Now we
make peace the cornerstone of
cooperation and friendship. It is a
great day in your life, Mr.
President of the United States.
You have worked so hard, so
insistently, so consistently, to
achive this goal and your labors
and your devotion draw God's
blessed fruits .
A GREAT field commander
once said civil courage is
sometimes more difficult to show
than military courage. You
showed both. Mr. President. But
now it is time for all parties to
show civil courage in order to
proclaim to our" peoples and t o
others: no more war, no more
bloodshed. no more
iH-reavements. Peace unto you,
with God's help we won the day.
shalom, salaam forever.
And it is. ladies and gen-
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my life. The first was May 14,
1948, when our flag was hoisted.
Our independence in our an-
cestral land was proclaimed after
1,878 years of dispersion- P61-"
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ultimately, physical destruction.
We fought for our liberation and
That was 'spring. Such a spring
that we can never have again
The second day was when
Jerusalem became one city and
our bravest and perhaps most
hardened soldiers, the
parachutists, embraced with
tears and kissed the ancient
stones, the remnants of the wall
destined to protect the chosen
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Why is this Passover different?
Because, this year, we cart do more than celebrate the
liberation of the children of Israel 4,000 years ago.
We can begin a new era.
For 200,000 children in Israel's distressed
neighborhoods today.
And then* parents and grandparents.
300,000 human souls in all.
Because, this year, we can do more than recall the
age-old story of the deliverance of our people.
We can be the deliverers.
Leading 45,000 bypassed immigrant fami-
nes out off the backwaters off doubt and
frustration...into the mainstream off
trve Hfe in Israel.
Because, this year, we can do more.
Because, this year, we can do more than commemo-
rate the miracle of the Exodus from Egypt.
We can be part of a modern miracle.
Providing the means for resettling in free-
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or oppression.
Or nun/ have to.
Because, this year, we can do more than reenact our
great ancestral triumph.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Grmter Hollywood
Friday, April 6,1979
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foint Distribution Committee officials are greeted by Philip M. Kaiser, United States
Ambassador to Hungary (left) following wreath-laying ceremony at the Monument of the
Martyrs in Budapest. Others are (left to right) Mrs. Donald M. Robinson, Robinson,
president of the Joint Distribution Committee, and Ralph I. Goldman, JDC executive vice
president. -
JDC Officials Greeted in Hungary
Donald M. Robinson, president of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
and Ralph I. Goldman, JDC executive vice
president, brought greetings from the American
community to the Hungarian Jewish community
in a formal visit there last month.
They were greeted by Jewish communal
leaders, government officials and the United
States Ambassador.
During their visit the Jewish leaders conferred
with Dr. Imre Heber, president of the Federation
of Hungarian Jews, and Mrs. Geza Selfert,
general secretary of the Federation.
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Informational letters and
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Call Annabelle Wood,
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Carter 'Honors' The Two Leaders
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Following are excerpts from
President Carter's speech:
During the past 30 years,
Israel and Egypt have waged
war. For the past 16 months,
these two great nations have
waged peace. Today we celebrate
a victory not a bloody military
campaign but of an inspiring
peace campaign .
At the end of this campaign
the soil of the two lands is not
drenched with young blood. The
countrysides of both lands are
free from the litter and carnage of
a wasteful war. Mothers in Egypt
and Israel are not weeping today
for their children fallen in sen-
seless battle. The dedication and
determination of these two world
statesmen (Prime Minister
Menachem Begin of Israel and
President Anwar Sadat of Egypt)
have borne fruit. Peace has come.
I HONOR these two leaders
and their government officials
who have hammered out this
peace treaty which we sign. But
most of all I honor the people of
these two lands whose yearning
for peace kept alive the
negotiations which today
culminate in this glorious event.
We have won, at least, the first
step of peace a first step on a
long and difficult road. We must
not minimize the obstacles that
lie ahead.
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Knapple. Standing from left are Ray Stain, volunteer; Rabbi Harold
Richter, chaplain, Jewish Federation of South Broward; and Lori
Keyaer.
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The Jewish Floridtin and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9-B

Begin Wins High Praise In Israel
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Prime Minister
Menachem Begin has won
the praise of supporters and
critics alike for the high
risk personal initiative he
took at his fateful breakfast
meeting with President
Carter, March 13, just
before the President's
departure from Israel.
Begin yielded on some
points, stood firm on
others, acting on his
judgment of the situation
alone and thereby is
credited with helping
salvage a peace mission
that was tottering on the
brink of failure.
Similarly, they did not know
that, after months of rejection.
Begin now signalled his ac-
ceptance of the Egyptian demand
that Israel vacate El Ariah within
two or three months and present
a detailed timetable for its
phased withdrawal from the rest
of the "interim withdrawal" area
(to the Ras-Muhammad-El Arish
line) over the nine-month period
stipulated at Camp David.
In return for this, Carter in-
dicated Egypt would be prepared
to restore its agreement to ex-
change ambassadors with Israel
during the tenth month.
THE MINISTERS also did
not know at the time how Begin
was refusing to give ground,
despite the massive pressure
inherent in the cliff-hanging
circumstances of the Presidential
mission, on the Egyptian demand
for a military "liaison office" in
Gaza.
This, he told Carter, was not an
issue on which he could concede
no matter what the con-
sequences.
While appreciating and
praising Begins exhibition of
historic leadership qualities at a
critical moment, many observers
will now ask themselves whether
the same leadership could not
have been shown months ago
back in November, when the
peace talks first got bogged down
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Friday, April 6,1979
Why Sadat Signed
He Wants to be Middle East Linchpin
By WOLF BLITZER
London Chronicle Syndicate
WASHINGTON The same
reasons that led Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat to make
his historic journey to Jerusalem
in November, 1977 resulted in his
willingness to go along with the
a test set of U.S. compromise
proposals that overcame the few
-emaining, but stubborn def-
erences in the peace treaty
signed Monday.
This became clear to President
fimmy Carter and his senior
idvisers during their hectic six-
lay visit to Egypt and Israel
au-lier this month. And it gave
hem hope that their intensive
efforts would end in success.
I VISITED Egypt two weeks
fter President Sadat went to
erusalem, and I traveled with
'resident Carter there during his
nost recent journey. During
hose nearly 16 months, many
hings have taken place, in-
luding the fall of the Shah of
ran; the vocal opposition in the
trab world to the Sadat peace
nitiative and the Camp David
ramework agreements; the
oncern in Israel over the
>roposed autonomy plan for the
Vest Bank and Gaza Strip, and
he general perception that U.S.
nfluence and credibility around
.he world was weakening.
Yet the Egyptian leader, as
/ell as many others with whom I
poke in Cairo and Alexandria,
till appeared determined to
onclude what he had started in
'erusalem. Indeed, many of the
oncessions made by the
Egyptians during these
legotiations were made not so
nuch because of any equivalent
sraeli concessions, but because
>f the United States.
The Egyptians had high ex-
pectations, which were not easily
net. For example, they are
sxpecting the United States to
wnbark on a massive "Carter
Plan," much like the post Second
vVorld War Marshall Plan, to
mprove the lifestyle of the 40
million people in Egypt, most of
whom live under miserable
nditions in the villages along
the Nile and in the slums of
Cairo.
PRESIDENT SADAT deckled
to try to negotiate peace in an
effort to better the economic
plight of his people, to turn his
country"s limited resources away
from warfare to more productive
purposes.
He still believes, according to
his advisers, that a dramatic
upswing in the economic con-
dition of his country is possible.
He wants to give it a chance.
"Without peace," one Egyptian
policy-maker said: "There is no
chance."
The Egyptian leader agreed to
| move away from his earlier
I positions during the Carter
{shuttle because he knew that he
had gone beyond the point of no
return.
To fail now, he concluded,
would only have weakened
further his standing in the Arab
world. He would have been
ridiculed rather than feared, as is
the case today. No one in the
Arab world respects weakness,
and President Sadat knows this.
EGYPT, over the past few
years, has put all its eggs in the
American basket. Sadat wants to
see his country become the
region's strong policeman, now
that the Shah has fallen.
He wants to receive billions of
dollars worth of the latest and
most sophisticated U.S.-supplied
military equipment, and he wants
the United States to pay for it.
Without a peace treaty with
Israel, there was no way this
would happen. Back in 1977,
Sadat realized that Israeli Prime
Minister, Menachem Begin was
indeed someone with whom
Egypt could deal.
Begin may have some un-
moveable positions on certain gut
issues, but he can deliver his
Cabinet and the Knesset,
something earlier Israeli leaders
were not always assured of being
able to do. Sadat (and, later,
Carter), learned to respect this
fundamental fact of political life
in Israel.
Sadat may have had some
second thoughts about his entire
peace initiative, but they did not
prevent him from accepting the
Carter-Begin compromise during
a two-and-a-half-hour meeting at
Cairo's international airport on
Tuesday, Mar. 13.
WAITING ON the tarmac, I
spoke to the leading Egyptian
reporters and editors, who nearly
always reflect the official
government view.
In between the lines, I sensed
that they still wanted an
agreement, despite the risks
within the Arab world and the
months of intensive negotiations,
sometimes not very pleasant,
with the Israelis.
Egypt has moved way ahead of
its fellow Arabs in seeking peace
and taking risks for it. President
Carter appreciated this fact
during his talks in Cairo and
made all sorts of promises to
President Sadat, including a
dramatic expansion of the U.S.-
Egyptian military supply
relationship.
The fact that Egyptian
Defense Minister General Kamal
Hassan Ali was in Washington,
together with his Israeli coun-
terpart, Ezer Weizman,
suggested that the U.S.
Administration will be working
on military-related matters in the
coming months with both
countries in a parallel if not
totally similar manner.
FOR SADAT, who wants to be
the linchpin of the U.S. security
set-up in the Middle East, the
symbolic importance of having
his Defense Chief in Washington
together with Weizman was very
important.
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Palm Beach, from Hallandale to
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The announcement of the
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region, and Ann Salkin, ex-
pension chairman, both of whom
presided at the organizational
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The new chapters are the
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Mrs. Cannon has also an-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 1 IB
Vatican Report
Pope John Paul Most Cordial
ob-
par-
held
fl|< Paul II is "sincere in his desire to
improve the Catholic Church's
relations with the Jews," ac-
cording to Henry Siegman,
executive director of the
American Jewish Congress.
The Jewish leader's
servations followed his
ticipation in a meeting
-ecently in the Vatican with the
lew Pontiff and a delegation of
the International Jewish
Committee on Interreligious
Consultation to discuss the
uture of Catholic-Jewish
-elations.
MR. SIEGMAN SAID that
he atmosphere of the audience
vith the Pope "could not have
been more cordial," and
* Heffribed the Pontiff as "an
4)tfmely warm and engaging
erson."
However, Siegman noted, the
'ope used the phrase, "the
ewish religious community,"
nstead of "the Jewish people" in
lis formal statement.
"This is regrettable," Siegman
xplained, "because the latter
emulation more accurately
(fleets the national and ethnic
omponents of Judaism, which
he Church still finds
iroblematic."
FOLLOWING THE formal
art of the audience, which in-
luded the reading of prepared
tatements and the presentation
f a gift (a Hebrew Bible
>ublished in Amsterdam in
701), "the Pope spent a few
nimated moments in con-
versation with every member of
he delegation, and informed
BSJeral representatives that he
fted to visit Israel in the near
jire," Siegman replied.
The Jewish leader noted that
Die Pope's formal statement
ontained "important positive
lements Specifically. Siegman
reversion to the earlier Vatican
position, which had called for the
internationalization of the City."
The American Jewish
Congress leader concluded that
"the most positive aspect of our
encounter with the Pope was not
necessarily the contents of his
formal statement but the fact
that such a meeting took place at
all so early in his Pontificate.
"THERE WAS a question of
whether the newly developing
relations of the Catholic Church
and the Jewish people would find
a place on the agenda of the new
Pope. For the Vatican Curia and
for Catholics all over the world,
the meeting signalled that John
Paul II attaches importance to
the dialogue with Judaism, and is
personally committed to the
principles of the Vatican
guidelines.
"This is unquestionably a
development of great significance
which augurs well for the con-
tinuing relationship of the
Catholic Church and the Jewish
oeople."
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Pope John Paul II speaking with Henry Siegman, executive
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recently in Vatican Palace.
said, the Pontiff "underlined and
reaffirmed" the guidelines issued
by the Vatican in 1965, which
urge Catholics "to strive to learn
by what essential traits Jews
define themselves in light of their
own religious experience."
Siegman said the Pope
reiterated the guideline's
repudiation of all forms of anti-
Semitism "as opposed to the very
spirit of Christianity," and
observed that "our two religious
communities are connected and
closely related at the very level of
their respective religious iden-
tities."
THE POPE also promised "to
do everything in my power for
the peace of that land which is
holy for you as it is for us," and
expressed the hope "that the City
of Jerusalem will be effectively
guaranteed as a center of har-
mony for the followers of the
three great monotheistic
religions."
Siegman commented that this
last statement was a "careful
formulation, perhaps more
limiting than the formulations
used in recent years by the
Vatican but nevertheless not a
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 6,1979
Dancing ihlsrael Streets Celebrates Formal Signing; Mood Somber
By GIL SEDAN
And YITZHAK SH ARGIL
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The signing of a peace
treaty between Israel and
Egypt was celebrated in
Israel with religious ser-
vices of thanksgiving at the
Western Wall, dancing in
the streets of Israel's major
cities and public viewing of
the treaty signing in
Washington which was
shown outdoors on large
screens set up in scores of
cities and towns.
But despite the historic
moment, the general mood
throughout the country was
subdued and even somber,
reflecting the concern of many
Israelis over the risks Israel is
taking with accepting the
treaty's terms.
. Some 1,200 members of youth
movements, secondary school
pupils and youth battalion
members placed 160,000 red
carnations on the graves of
Israelis Jews, Druze, Bedouins
and members of other minorities
who fell in battle since 1948.
"We humbly remember and shall
never forget who gave their lives
to make this day possible," the
army's chief chaplain said during
a ceremony at the military
cemetery in Jerusalem. _
ALL PUBLIC BUILDINGS
in the country flew the Israeli
flag to mark the day. Special
ceremonies and assemblies were
held in every school, and many
persons who took part in Israels
struggle for independence ap-
peared before classes and youth
groups, telling their personal
stories. President Yitzhak
Navon, in a special address to the
nation, spoke in both Hebrew and .
Arabic )
Navon called on Arab leaders '
.and Arabs throughout the
Mideast to end their animosity
and join the peace process, and
support the autonomy plan. He
said that the treaty with Egypt
was not a separate agreement,
. but rather the first in a series of
similar agreements with the
neighboring countries.
Navon expressed special
admiration for the Egyptian
people, who, he said, decided to
face the future and let "the
bitterness and the suffering of
' the past drift away with the Nile
to the great sea."
He also stressed the special
role President Carter played in
the peace process and the efforts
of Prime Minister Menachem
Begin, "thanks to which we have
reached the hour of a peace
encounter between the national
Arab movement and the national
movement of the Jewish people."
NAVON URGED the Arab
leaders to listen to the "bell of
history which rings with new
tunes." In traditional AKab
flowery style, he added: "The
procession of peace is marching
on. Do not throw rocks at it. On
the contrary, give it your
blessings, and those who bless,
will be blessed from above."
During the thanksgiving
ceremony at the Western Wall,
the world famous violinist
Yehudi Menuhin played a Bach
Prelude. In an interview over the
Israel Army Broadcasting
Service, composer-conductor
Leonard Bernstein said that he
was glad the peace treaty had
been signed. "I have a dream
that one day I shall conduct Aida
near the pyramids with the
Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra
and with the Egyptian ballet
troupe," he said.
But while Israel celebrated its
first treaty with an Arab nation,
Arabs on the West Bank staged a
general strike, declaring today as
"a day of mourning." West Bank
leaders bitterly condemned the
Egyptian-Israeli treaty, saying
that Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat has betrayed them.
Statute of Limitations Debate
Yields 300 Votes Against Immunity
BONN (JTA) Leaders of the movement to
extend the Statute of Limitations on Nazi war crimes
beyond the December 31, 1979 deadline are predicting
that more than 300 members of the Bundestag will vote
against immunity for war criminals after that date.
Only 252 votes are required to remove the deadline on
prosecution. The Bundestag will begin debating the
matter on Mar. 29.
Interviewed on French television in connection with
the recent screening of the American NBC-TV Holocaust
series, Schmidt said that most deputies of the Social
Democratic Party oppose the cut-off date. Bundestag
members will be allowed to vote their conscience on the
issue and none of the political parties will take an official
stand.
Tight Security at Signing
WASHINGTON (JTA) Washington was
undergoing the tightest security Monday since the days
of the anti-Vietnam War demonstrations as Israel and
Egypt prepared to sign a peace treaty.
THERE WAS also a massive traffic jam in down-
town Washington as the streets directly around the White
House were blocked off to traffic, including the heavily
traveled Pennsylvania Avenue.
Adding to the traffic problem were some 2,000
demonstrators, many wearing Palestinian headdress, who
marched around Lafayette Park, across from the White
House, chanting such slogans as "Shah is gone Sadat
is next" and "Self determination for the Palestinians."
The demonstrators, organized by an Arab student group,
had a heavy police escort.
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Pagel3-B
\nti-Semitic Cult
ildren of God Idolize Libya's Col. Qaddafi as a 'Messiah'
YORK The Children
is an anti-American and
Bmitic religious cult which
ex as a recruitment device
[idolizes Col. Muammar
fi of Libya as a "Messiah,"
Jing to a report issued by
nti-Defamation League of
J'rith.
ADL report charges cult
David Brandt Berg,
i to his followers as "Moses
"Father David," or
with feeding this followers
zied potpourri of messages
ring dreams and
itions,' Biblical mis-
ions, gossip, sex, pre-
|is of earthly doom, and
sel, pro-Arab propaganda
I in crude anti-Semitism."
riN J. FINGER, ADL
ir of the Civil Rights
On, said that the Children
: (or Family of Love, as the
sometimes known) was
in California in 1968 by
bid is an outgrowth of the
is Freak" movement,
ling to the cult's own
its "children" number
S.000 young people.
j cult has all the trappings
)pidom, the drug culture,
revolutionary New Left,
as "the crass vulgarity of
poetry and the near por-
bhy of his missives and
is."
ADL charges that Berg
resurrected and repeated
ime-worn canards of anti-
i the world over." He
ily refers to the Jews as
it-killers," talks of a "con-
|y" of Jewish bankers, and
to a "Jewish-owned, con-
and influenced news
Special object of Berg's hate
United States, which he
tiled "America the Whore."
ling to the ADL report, he
tts that the U.S. will "be
Dyed ... by an alliance of
ries led by the Soviet
IS THE Jewish people,
pver, who have been a
target of the cult's
"Any Christian who
with the Jews ... is a
>r to his own faith," the
. quotes Berg as saying.
rg teaches his followers to
Libya's Col. Qaddafi and
iinsider him "a powerful and
come Messiah." "The
lren of God now spell Qad-
Ts name Godhafi' to honor
L" and, according to the ADL
fit, "they purportedly see him
Christ-like or Mohammed-
|figure."
ex seems to be a major pre-
jpation of the Children of
the ADL says, and Berg
|hes his followers to use it as a
or recruitment device. Berg
elf is quoted in the report as
\ng that sex was to be used to
potential recruits into
ek and docile sheep eating
|of our hands and hearts."
A pamphlet written by
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tended! Praise God! God bless
you with lots of His krve! If
you can't find it at home or at
church, try us! Well krve you!"
Love, however, is not what
Berg teaches his followers to feel
towards their parents. According
to the ADL report, "they are
taught to hate their parents as
'the enemy.' "
"Visits with parents are in
general forbidden," the ADL
say8, "... telephone calls are
monitored, conversations
prompted and letters censored."
Berg also denigrates Roman
Rabbi Hirt
Appointed
Rabbi Robert S. Hirt, son of
Mrs. Rose Pitterman of
Hollywood, has been appointed
associate dean of Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Thelological
Seminary's division of Com-
munal Services.
Catholicism. The report quotes a
letter Berg has written, entitled
"Arrivederci Roma," in which
the cult leader says:
"WE ARE now beginning to
invade the Catholic countries of
the world and we are going to
have to be pro-Catholic ... Go
partake of their little Eucharist,
go kneel with them in their
chapels They don't know
anything else. Play along with
them ... go through their
childish little motions with them;
... If that pleases them .,
what is it if you can act like a
clown? In other words, join a
circus!"
The ADL report states that the
Children of God has global
aspirations and the financial
resources to carry on its activites.
Members are taught that they
are saving the world from a
variety of devils. The result is
that the Children of God is now
carrying to 70 nations the anti-
American, anti-Jewish gospel of
its leader, the ADL report
concludes.
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A STATEMENT OF SUPPORT
.. A unique dimension of the development of the State of Israel was the role of its labor force, which created an
economic and industrial base for the State which later came into being. This constellation of workers in in-
dustry, agriculture and the public and private sectors was organized by the Histadrut of Israel in 1920. This
body was headed by the very people who ultimately came to leadership in the State of Israel. It is from the
ranks of the Histadrut, which represents so many varieties of endeavor, that the core of the leadership of the
new State emerged. David Ben Gurion was both the first Secretary-General of the Histadrut, as well as the first
Prime Minister of the State of Israel
For 66 years support for the Histadrut in Israel by Americans has come via the National Committee for Labor
Israel Israel Histadrut Campaign, which brought within its framework the American trade union movement.
Labor Zionists, and numerous others, who recognized the crucial importance of a strong labor movement in the
creation of a functional Israeli society. The N.C.L.I. continues unto this day to bring financial and moral sup-
port for the Histadrut in Israel through its health, education and welfare programs and institutions. The
N.C.L.I. encompasses the Israel Histadrut Campaign, the Israel Histadrut Foundation, the American Trade
Union Council for Histadrut, the American Histadrut Cultural Exchange Institute, and the Public Service
Council for Histadrut.
On the occasion of this 56th anniversary and in recognition of the centraUty of a soecity's labor force in provid-
ing strength and well being to its population, we endorse the continued efforts of the National Comittee for
Labor Israel Israel Histadrut Campaign. This anniversary occurs during the 80th year of the history of the
State of Israel It also comes at a time when the prospect for peace in the middle East was never so great. It is
therefore incumbent on all those who have identified themselves with Histadrut in the past and those who con-
tinue to recognize the importance of the health, education and welfare services provided by the Histadrut, so
vital to the welfare and progress of Israeli society, to renew and strengthen their efforts and support.
Profe*or MarverH. Bernstein,
President, Brandeis University
Peter Bommarito, President,
United Rubber, Cork, Lineoleum & Plastic
Workers of America, AFL-CIO
Sol C. Chaikin, President,
International Ladies' Garment
Workers Union, AFL-CIO
U.S. Senator Frank Church,
Idaho
U.S. Senator Allan Cranston,
California
Melvyn Douglas, Distinguished Star of
Stage, Screen and TV
Murray H. Finley, President,
Amalgamated Clothing & Textile
Workers Union, AFL-CIO
Frank E. Fitzsimmons, General President,
International Brotherhood
of Teamsters
Douglas A. Fraser, President,
International Union, United Automobile,
Aerospace and Agricultural Implement
Workers of America
Thomas W. Gleason, President,
International Longshoremen's Association,
AFL-CIO
Victor Gotbaum, Executive Director,
District Council 37, American Federation
of State, County & Municipal Employees,
AFL-CIO
Chaim Grode, Internationally
renowned Yiddish Author
Rabbi David Graubart, Presiding Rabbi,
Conservative Bet Din of Middle West, Chicago
A.F. Grospiron. President, Oil,
Chemical & Atomic Workers International
Union, AFL-CIO
George Hardy, President,
Service Employees International
Union, AFL-CIO
Alvin E. Hoops, President/
Retail, Wholesale & Department Store
Union, AFL-CIO
John F. Henning,
Executive Secretary-Treasurer,
California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
.U.S. Senator Henry M. Jackson,
Washington
U.S. Senator Jacob K. Javits,
New York
U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy,
Massachusetts
Alan King, Famed Star of TV,
Stage and Movies
Lane Kirkland, Secretary-Treasurer,
AFL-CIO
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom,
Miami Beach
Frieda S. Leemon, National President,
Pioneer Women, The Women's Labor Zionist
Organization of America
Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld, Fairmount Temple,
Cleveland
Meyer Levin, Renowned Author
John H. Lyons, President,
International Association of
Bridge & Structural Iron Workers,
AFL-CIO
Lloyd McBride, President,
United Steelworkers of America, AFL-CrO
Dennis McDermott, President,
Canadian Labour Congress
George Meany, President, AFL-CIO
Zubin Mehta, World-famous conductor
Rabbi Israel Miller, Honorary President,
American Zionist Federation
U.S. Senator Daniel P. Moynihan,
New York
Frederick O'Neal, President,
Associated Actors & Artists of America,
AFL-CIO
Rabbi David Polish,
Congregation Beth Emet, Chicago
Professor Allen Pollack, President,
Labor Zionist Alliance.
Harry Poole, President
Amalgamated Meat Cutters &
Butcher Workmen of North America,
AFL-CIO
Bayard Rustin, President,
A. Philip Randolph Institute,
New York
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler, President,
Union of American Hebrew Congregations
Albert Shanker, President,
American Federation of Teachers,
AFL-CIO
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, President,
National Committee for Labor Israel.
Jacob Sheinkman, Secretary-Treasurer,
Amalgamated Clothing & Textile Workers Union.
AFL-CIO
Isaac Bashevis Singer,
Winner Nobel Prize for Literature, 1978
Michael J. Sovern, '
Provost and Dean of Law,
Columbia University
Dr. Marie Syrkin, Distinguished Author and Editor
J.C. Turner, President,
International Union of Operating Engineers,
AFL-CIO
Glenn E. Watts, President,
Communication Workers of America,
AFL-CIO
Rabbi Mordechai Waxman, Temple Israel,
Groat Neck, New York
U.S. Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr.,
New Jersey
William W. Winpisinger, President,
International Association of Machinists &
Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO
Jerry Wurf, President,
American Federation of State, County
& Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO
Professor Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi,
Harvard University


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofta- of Oreatet HoUy Wood
Friday, April 6.1979
">
Presenting a plaque to Temple Beth Shalom for their support of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund is Sunnier G. Kaye, Federation executive
director (second from right). From left are Rabbi Morton Malavasky,
Dr. Samuel Meline, Temple president; and Bradley Buschel, Men's
Club president.
Sunshine Biscuits
Offers Kosher Products
When Sunshine started out in
1902, two Kansas City brothers,
J.L. and J.S. Loose wanted to
found a baking company that
would be distinguished for top
quality cookies and crackers
which would be baked in a
pleasant. glistening clean bakery
filled with sunshine. Bake shops
in those days were confined
mainly to basement premises.
The brand name they then
adopted for their cookies and
crackers seemed only natural:
Sunshine Biscuits.
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vegetable shortening in all of its
Sunshine brand products. They
made a commitment to using
quality ingredients. Sunshine is
the only national manufacturer
currently in its field to have
completely eliminated the use of
lard or animal fat shortenings in
its baking. This is of vital con-
cern to the kosher consumer,
vegetarians; and, people com-
mitted to using foods which
contain vegetable shortening.
Thirteen Sunshine products
are now under kosher cer-
tification. New packaging is
currently being prepared to carry
the K symbol, but you can be
assured that the following are
made under kosher supervision,
with only 100 percent vegetable
shortening and the Sunshine
commitment to quality: Wheat
Wafers, Hi Ho, Krispy, Oyster
Crackers, Cinnamon Grahams,
Honey Grahams, Banquet
Wafers, Shredded Wheat, Sugar
Wafers, Sugar Wafers Assorted,
Feanut Butter Wafers, Golden
Fruit and Chocolate Nuggets.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel
will conduct traditional
(kosher) Seder Services
in the Beaux Arts Ballroom
of the Diplomat Hotel.
Hollywood-by-the- Sea.
Wednesday, April 11th
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Bonds R&R Program Set
ih Florida State of Israel Bonds Organization launched its
imption and reinvestment program for 1967 Israel Bonds at
inning meeting held this week. From left are Irving Salm
nan Oberman, Sidney Poland, R&R chairman, Irving
ers and Jay Trilling.
\oneer Women Publish Cookbook
Lauderdale, a member of the
national board of Pioneer Women
and national chairman of Friends
of Pioneer Women, served aa
editor of the spiral-bound book.
Copies of the book also are
available from more than 25
chapters and clubs of Pioneer
Women in Dade and Broward
counties.
112-page cookbook, The
py Cooker, has been
ished by the South Florida
il of Pioneer Women, the
's largest Jewish women's
ization. Copies of the
er cookbook are available at
ff ices of the council.
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The program of redemption
and reinvestment has been
announced by the South Florida
State of Israel Bonds
Organization for all those who are
in possession of Israel Bonds
purchased in 1967, the year of the
Six-Day War.
According to Sidney Poland,
Redemption and Reinvestment
Chairman, those Israel Bonds are
redeemable now, at full maturity
Dr. Jaffe to Speak
Dr. Jonathan Jaffe, a
Hollywood cardiologist, will be
the featured speaker at the April
18 monthly lecture series,
sponsored by the Nova
University Health and Safety
Committee headed by Dr.
Georgia Reynolds.
Dr. Jaffe's subject will be
"Heartache for You and Your
Family Coronaries: How to
Prevent Them; How to Live with
Them Should They Happen."
The lecture, which will be given
at 1 p.m. in the Hollywood-Mail-
man Building Auditorium, is free
and open to the public.
Passover Seder
The Southwest Broward
Chapter of Henrietta Szold
Group of Hadassah will hold its
regular meeting Thursday, April
19, at 12:30 p.m. The meeting
will feature a Passover Seder
with Lil Offsey demonstrating at
the Miramar Recreation Center,
6700 Miramar Parkway. For'
additional information, contact
Minnie Sabow at 981-9402 or
Rc3e Kranser at 9876210.
Pancake Brunch
The Mahi Oriental Band of the
Hollywood Shrine Club will host
a pancake brunch from 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 8,
at the Hollywood Shrine
Clubhouse.
The public is invited.
value no matter when during the
year of 1967 they were purchased.
He urged members of the
community to search their safety
deposit boxes for 1967 Israel
Bonds and to bring them to the
Israel Bonds office in the Roney
Plaza so that they may be
redeemed and reinvested in
Israel's future.
Poland stressed that the
signing of a peace treaty between
Israel and Egypt will mean
billions of dollars will be needed
to redevelop the Negev area with
settlements and installations
previously located in Israel
occupied Sinai. He said that now
is the time to build Israel for
peace.
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living and learning, making new friends, and
lifelong memories. It is a unique growth ex-
perience.
Camp Directors Stuart And
Laura Chass Will Be In
Our Arsa March 29-
April 3. Call Now For
Appointment.
Call For Information Our
Local Representative
Irene Meyer
305-741-MOO
Attar s p.m.
Stuart and Laura Chase, Directors
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Friday. April 6,1 tfvw
West Bank Residents Mark\ Treaty Behind Closed Doors
JERUSALEM (JTA) West Bank residents
marked the signing of the peace treaty in Washington on
Monday with a general business strike, which closed down
the entire industry and services sectors in the larger cities
in the area.
All places of employment in Ramallah, Hebron,
Nablus and East Jerusalem were silent on Monday, and
most residents remained in their homes throughout the
day.
IN ONLY ONE case in Ramallah were disturbances
cited, when a group of youths attempted to set fire to a
pile of tires lying nearby. However, security forces
dispersed the youths within minutes.
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VIVANDES
ITALIAN FOOD SPECIALTIES
So. Federal H'way Hollywood 920-6909
Passover Greetings
To All Our Friends and Cusomters
Clay's Automotive
I Rodman Street Hollywood 963-5095
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Elaine Powers
Figure Salon
!. State Rd. 7 Hollywood 989-9455
Passover Greetings
To All Our Friends and Customers
Sage Bagel
and
Appetizer Shop
800 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale, Florida
Wish Their Friends A Happy Passover
Health and Happiness for Passover
Swensen's
Ice Cream Factory
4770 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Fla. 33020
Phone: 987-2990
PASSOVER GREETINGS from
ED LICHTMAN
Chinelly Real Estate
' Sheridan St.
966-7300
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends
Royal Market
1946 Harrison Street
Hollywood, Florida
Have A Happy and Healthy Passover
Foremost Liquors
2 North Federal Highway, Dania
922-2221
Shalom
Best Wishes for a
Peaceful Passover
from all of us at
PRO GOLF
IDISCOUNT
|13N. State Rd. 7 (441)
Hollywood, Fla.
JO OO/in 4 Blks. N. Fashion
^-004U Square Mall
Southern Atlantic
Service Corporation
921-8999
1316 N. Dixie Highway Hollywood
Management and Staff Wish All
Their Customers and Friends A Happy Passover
Bee Electric &
Ace Supply
1201 North State Rd. 7
9874)872
A Happy Passover To All
MR. and MRS. AL RUBIN
Jimmie's
Home Made Candies
148 North Federal H'wy. Dania, Fla.
Passover Greetings
To All Our Customers and Friends
922-0441
BOTTIERI FLORIST
4400 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
989-8981
Massada Tours
1801 South Ocean Blvd.
Hallandale, Fla. 33009
Phone: 456-2400
A Very Happy, Joyous & Healthy Passover
from
Stanley S. Kurash
and Naomi R. Kurash
S. & N. Kurash, Inc.
REALTORS
Specializing in Condominium Sales
and Resales
2450 Hollywood Blvd. 921 -2902
KREATIONS
hallandale, florida
wish all their friends
a happy passover
4toIaAjW Gw&lmQ
f Complete Service Dept.
f Body Shop t Auto Rentals
Hollywood Call 920-6010
1700SheredanSt.
Doctors Hospital
Of Hollywood
1859 Van Buren Street
1 Block South of Hollywood Blvd.
Serving Breward for over 40 years
Complete 24-hour emergency room
Blue Cross A Medicare approved
Fully Accredited
Happy Passover to All

Butter-kist Bake Shop
412 Hollywood Mall Hollywood
Passover Greetings
To All Our Friends and Customers
987-6906
Cataldo's Italian
Restaurant
6749 Pembroke Road Pembroke Pines
Wishes Everyone A Happy Passover
Joan's Florist
5921 Johnson Street Hollywood 983-4367
Wishes Everyone A Happy Passover
Victoria's
Prime Meats
6519 PEMBROKE ROAD
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
HARRIET COHEN and THE STAFF OF
The Diplomat Mall
Beauty Salon
Wish Everyone A Happy
and Healthy Passover
East EndDiplomat Mall
458-3858
Marvin's Cleaners
3030 Johnson Street 987-1844
3298 Stirling Road 963-3911
Hollywood, Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Vincent's
On the Water Seafood Restaurant
3445 Griffin Road Ft. Lauderdale, Floridi
961-5030
A Happy Passover
To All Our Friends and Customers
TO All OUR FRIENDS
Happy Passover
Batten's
Strawberry Farm
CORNER OF STIRLING AND DAVIE ROAD
DAVIE, FLORIDA
966-8385
. PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
The Gondolier
Restaurant
Hollywood, Florida
1301 N. Federal Highway
922-9696
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Wishes Everyone A Happy Passover


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Friday. April 6,1979
ArtLlBMAN
A Happy Passover
Kravit Jewelers
WALTER KRAVIT
800 E.st Hallacdale Beach Boulevard
Phone 921-6360
Happy Passover
and Best Wishes To All
Dr. & Mrs.
AlexE. Maron
7744 Taft Street
Pembroke Pines
Jo-Ann's Nut House
DIPLOMAT MALL HALLANDALE
Healthy and Happy Passover
WAN'S
Mandarin House
1937 Pembroke Road Hollywood, Fla.
Wish All Our Customers
A Happy Passover _____
Marc Gerlick & Co. P.A.
Tax aad Financial Accountant*
2110 Tyler Stwet (306) 923-3342
A Very Happy Passover
Miramar
Diner
3101 So. State Road 7 Miramar, Fla.
Wish Their Friends A Happy Passover
Seven Brothers
Car Care Center
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
4711 W.Hallandale Beach Blvd. 966-4009
West Hollywood
Kosher Meats, Inc.
142 So. State Road 7 Hollywood
Wishes The Entire Community
A Joyous Passover
J. W. Wikberg
Insurance
1742 South Young Circle 922-1561
Greetings to Our Jewish Customers and Friends
Stardust Ballroom
105 North 19th Avenue Phone 920-3967
Public Dance9-6 Nights Except Monday
Couples Welcome
Disco Lessons Wed. and Thurs.
A Very Happy Passover
RIZ, Inc.
6040 Pembroke Road, Miramar
A Very Happy Passover
from TONY RIZ
983-7206
Ludwig's Market
4191 No. State Rd. 7 Hollywood, Fla.
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy Passover
Herb Davis
Plumbing
2515 So. State Road 7 Phone 981-4100
A Happy Passover To All
(;ARLICK, COHN, DARROW &
HOLLANDER, Attorneys
2421 Hollywood Boulevard
Extends To The Entire Community
Their Best Wishes for a Joyous Passover
4171 No. State Rd. 7
Green Harvest
Furniture
Hollywood
983-6649

A Happy Passover
To All Our Friends A Customers
Divers Unlimited
4231 Hollywood Blvd.
Good Health and Happiness
For Passover
981-0156
HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS TO ALL
The Family Tree
Florist
Hollywood, Florida
5739 Hollywood Blvd.
962-2927
Pines Opticians
Justin M. Weinger, Optician
168 N. University Drive Pembroke Pines
Phone 989-2020
Passover Greetings
Walls Alive, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Community
Passover Greetings
2327 Hollywood Boulevard 922-4700
Marshe Jewelers
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
144 N.E. let Avenue 466-7480
Sports Car South
1881 N. State Rd. 7 Hwd. 966-8660
Passover Greetings
C. David Insurance
2841 Hollywood Blvd. 921-6881
Passover Greetings
Hallandale
Moving & Storage
204N.W.2ndAve. Hallandale 464-1200
Greetings To Our Jewish Customers A Friends
BUDGET TRAVEL
3808 South Ocean Drive 456-1693
A Healthy and Happy Passover
To Our Jewish Customers and Friends
The Lenavis
Corp. Fina
901 N. University Dr., Pembroke Pines 962-5087'
Wishes To Extend To The Entire Jewish
Community Best Wishes for a Joyous Passover
Hallandale
Gardens
806 South Dixie Hwy. Hallandale 923-2070
A Happy Passover Greeting
To Our Jewish Customers & Friends
Hollywood
Appliances
2847 Hollywood Blvd.
Passover Greetings
To All Of Our Jewish Friends
from BILL MATZ
Butcher Boy
Meat Market
920 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HAPPY PASSOVER
467-9660
Leon's Prime Meats
& Deli Shop
9137 Taft St., Pembroke Pines Ph: 432-2929
Wishes to extend to the entire community
Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday
>
Collision
Specialists Inc.
THE ORIGINAL
1000 N. State Road 7441
Happy Passover
983-0673
927-9206
Mr. B
3141 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale, Florida 33009
Passover Greetings
to all our Friends
Wynona Cleaners
500 South Dixie Highway Phone 923-0402
A Healthy A Happy Passover
To Our Jewish Customers A Friends
Windoor Art
2022 N. Dixie Highway, Hollywood 923-10
Happy Passover
%
Nu-Life Paint
and Body Shop
2111 S.W. 69th Terrace
A Happy Passover
To Our Jewish Friends A Customers
989-6040
MR. & MRS. NORMAN FREEDMAN
Lost Horizon Travel
2514 Hollywood Blvd. 920-9002
Good Health A Happiness for Passover
TRAVEL TRAVEL, LTD.
Wishes A Happy Passover
For All Your Travel Needs
2500 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale. Florida 33009
Broward (305) 456-3000 Dade (305) 944-7119
N
Hollywood Mall
Barber Shop
Passover Greetings
To All Our Jewish Customers A Friends
HOLLYWOOD MALL 989-9699
Naturally
It's Binnie's
4622 Hollywood Blvd. Phone 966-8680
Happy Passover To Our Customers A Friends
Balogh Jewelers
of Hallandale
1115 East Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Happy Passover and Best Wishes To All
Shearson
Hayden-Stone
326-71st Street Phone 921-4213
Miami Beach, Florida
A Happy Passover to All
Fine Decorators, Inc.
1061 N.W. 3rd Street Hallandale, Florida
Phone 944-8400
A Happy Passover to All
Charles Pastry Shop
2652 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida 923-7113
Passover Greetings
To All Our Friends and Customers
.?
Boulevard
Barber Shop
220 S. State Road 7 Hollywood
Passover Greetings
To All Our Friends and Customers
983-9903
American Health Spas
5832Washin, t. Hollywood 983-2493
Wish All Their Friends and Customers -
A Happy Passover
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TheJeMshjFM^klHaHdSHdyar6f0^t^r 'Hdtlfivodd
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Leadership Disco Event Israel Trip for New Leadership
Barry Tabachnikoff,
[leader of Bet Breira, will
State of Israel Bonds
Judah Award at the
[New Leadership Disco
1 to be held at 7 p.m. on
at "Food Among the
restaurant in Miami.
ling to Joel Reinstein,
[ County New Leadership
Rabbi Tabachnikoff
eive the honor for his
m and devotion in
[ young people into active
lent with the Israel
Bonds Organization. Reinstein
said that the Israel Bonds Or-
ganization is grateful to Rabbi
Tabachnikoff for his strong
support of Israel's economic
development.
The event will commence with
a reception, to be followed by
dinner and disco music.
Reinstein noted that the
evening is open to all who pur-
chase an Israel Bond and further
details may be obtained by
calling the Israel Bonds office at
the Hollywood Bread Building.
"ICE CREAM WORLD"
|90 S. State Road 7 961 -2287
|361 Sheridan Street 966-3680
Hollywood, Florida
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends
FLAIR OPTICAL
SAM ROTHFARB OPTICIAN
CONTACT LENSES
Prescriptions Filled Broken Lenses Duplicated
Sun Glasses Ground To Prescription
lepairs) Laboratory on Premises
M 927-2236 2723 Hollywood Blvd.
Passover Greetings To All
Bill's Paint & Body Shop
[HON.DbdeH'wy Hollywood 921-1226
Wishes A Happy Passover
To All Our Friends A Customers
GUARANTEED
Jever wax youR car AqAiN!
*"* 4623006
S15 N. ANMENS ME. FT. ULUDERMLE
COLOR
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repairs cBodylfRepairs
ANICAL REPAIRS W3&>*^H
V RESTORATION (>|StOtlV^ltfillg
1-9928
M01 S.W. 56 TERR.
PALMJIk
PAINT AND
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Complete Heavy Truck & Cai <
Mechanical Repairs i
FrameWork S
983-2046
lappy passoveR
Piunkett Street, Hollywood. Florida p "sirw
EIGAND
>mething Beautiful
Vv'fi
Order your Passover Seder
arrangements now.
f. mmRSITY DRIVE, PEMBROKE PINES
(In new Plaza currently under construction.
Ad jacen t to Pines / Royal Trust Plaza)
PHONE 917-01*0
Monday thru Saturday 10A.M.-6P.M.
The State of Israel Bonds
Organization will sponsor a New
Leadership delegation to Israel
May 10-21, according to Joel
Reinstein, chairman Broward
County New Leadership.
Reinstein said that the trip will
include young people from across
the nation and Canada.
Included in the itinerary are
visits to areas of Israel which the
uveruge tourist doesn't see.
Visits will be made to new
development cities and to fac-
tories and agricultural com-
plexes. A highlight of the journey
will be an extensive overview of
the Ncgev which is a new area of
rising importance to the people in
Israel.
There will be a special torch-
light evening ceremony atop
Musuda, where members of the
delegation will reaffirm their
dedication to the Jewish people.
In addition, a special visit will be
made to the West Bank, and
discussions will be held regarding
the peace treaty and what can be
expected in. the areas of Judea,
Samaria and Gaza.
Iteinatein indicated that a New
leadership Delegation to Israel
is nn opportunity to "see the
Inanities of the Jewish State and
m explore your Jewish heritage
ngether with fellow Jews." He
-.i id that further questions will be
inswered, and a detailed
College Boards
Preparation Course
A course to prepare high school
juniors and seniors for taking the
Scholarship Aptitude Test and
the College Boards Admission
test will be offered at the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center. There will be 15 hours of
instruction.
This course is being offered
through Irvin W. Katz,
Educational Consultants,
Broward office.
>rochure can be obtained by
ailing the Israel Bonds office in
lollywood, Fort Lauderdale or
liumi.
\
i i
Joel Reinstein
Zachary D. Biai
Ivan L. Bial
Southern Photo
Service
issovcr

Hillwood # Post Haste
Chemists Pharmacy
Bob Foster, Robert Fishmon
Connie Lopilato, Fred Lippman
Open 7 Days Reg. Pharmacists Free Delivery
Post Haste Phone: 989-6524 Hillwood Phone: 987-8000
we
wish you
a
Happy
'Passover
OnluiK-
znw2\
All-Rite Real Estate, Inc.,
SPECIALIZING IN.
C0ND0 RESALES & RENTALS
618 Atlantic Shores Blvd.
Q3 Hallandale 458-3336
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