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^Jewislh Flondii&n
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Volume 9 Number 12
Hollywood, Florida Friday. June 15,1979
Price 35 Cents
West Bank Arabs
Will Get Their Way'
Wru
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Gen. Danny Matt,
military coordinator on the
West Bank, told a Knesset
committee that American
diplomats attached to the
*JJ.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv
"d the Consulate in
salem are assuring
West Bank Arabs that
"eventually they will get
what they really want."
According to Matt, who ap-
peared before a closed session
of the Knesset's Foreign Affairs
and Security Committee, u.e
American diplomats meet
frequently with West Bank
leaders urging them to join in the
autonomy talks between Israel
and Egypt.
HE ALSO reportedly said that
Quaker charitable organizations
based in the U.S. and working on
the West Bank consistently
supplied funds for legal action
brought by local Arabs against
expropriation of their lands.
He also claimed that sizeable
funds were flowing into the West
ft Bank from Arab rejectionist
~!states, channeled to extremist
^W"ments and intended to make
them independent of Israeli
we.
Matt's remarks were leaked to
'he media, causing committee
chairman Moshe Arena to scold
Knesset correspondents for
publishing material that could
prejudice national security.
The newsmen countered that if
the matters reported by Matt had
not been squelched by military
censors, there would be no
security threat.
MEANWHILE, in
Washington, President Carter
stressed that the United States
would make its own proposals to
Egypt and Israel on autonomy
for the West Bank and Gaza
Strip only if necessary to "break
a deadlock" or suggest a com-
promise. Asked at a press
conference whether it was not
"incumbent" on the U.S. to make
its own proposals, Carter said it
would be "counterproductive"
for the U.S. to "pre-empt" the
negotiations on autonomy now
going on between Israel and
Egypt.
"We have never been reticent
about putting forth ideas,"
Carter said, adding that this is ^
what both Israel and Egypt
want. But he said the same policy
would be followed as at the Camp
David talks in which the
American proposals would be
made only after Israel and Egypt
have discussed their own views
and cannot reach an agreement
THE PRESIDENT said the
U.S. has "never espoused an
independent Palestinian state"
and said to make such a proposal
would hurt the negotiations.
Carter added that he spoke by
phone with Israeli Prime
Minister Menachem Begin and
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
over the weekend and with
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance,
and they all were "excited" not
only at the progress so far but the
"attitude" of Egypt and Israel
toward future steps for peace.
June 20-July 18
South Broward Parlor Meetings Set
For Community Mission to Israel
Community Mission parlor
meetings are scheduled through-
out South Broward to enlighten
prospective participants on the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Community Mission
to Israel, according to Mission
chairmen Mary and Ed Gottlieb.
"The Mission is scheduled for
Nov. 1-11. The accommodations
include five-star deluxe hotels in
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and
Tiberias," said the Gottliebs.
Following is a list of parlor
meetings currently scheduled.
Any South Broward community
member wishing to attend a
parlor meeting should contact the
Jewish Federation's Mission
Desk for additional information.
Wednesday, June 20, at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Bill and Judie
Richman.
Monday, June 25, at 7:30 p.m.
at the home of Jerry and Delia
Rosenberg.
Monday, July 9, at 7:30 p.m.
at the home ef Ed and Mary
Gottlieb.
Wednesday, Jury 11, at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Jake and Bea
Mogilowitz.
Thursday, July 12, at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Alan and
Gert Leinwand. ,
Wednesday, July 18, at 7.30
p.m. at the home of Andy and
Brenda Greenman.
The cost of the South Broward
Mission is $750 per person, round
trip from Hollywood Fort
Lauderdale Airport, connecting
at JFK Airport for a non-stop El
Al flight to Tel Aviv.
Mission participants will be
asked to make a minimum gift of
$1,700 to the 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward ($1,200 family gift and
$500 Women's Division gift).
Family Mission a Sell-Out for Federation
All seats for the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
first Family Mission to Israel
have been sold out, according to
Mission Chairmen Saul and
Susan Singer.
"The excitement is mounting
for the 80 people who will see
their heritage redeemed, alive,
growing toward future greatness;
as they explore Isra#l from Aug.
9 to Aug. 20,"-"-fkplained the
Singers.
This mission drew a lot of
attention from South Broward
residents. Increased Jewish
awareness and community in-
volvement can account for a sell-
out, noted the Singers.
"The participants of the
mission realize August is just
around the corner and are busily
planning for the vacation to their
homeland. There are many ad-
vance preparations to be made,
including passport validation,
shopping for proper clothing, and
preparing their children for an
experience they will long
remember," the Singers said.
Mayor UTo Stranger to Tragedy
ByTOMTUGEND
London Chronicle Syndicate
When Dianne Feinstein first
ran for political office in her
native San Francisco ten years
ago, she had two obvious lia-
bilities she was a woman and
she was a Jew in a "mas-
culine" city without a strong,
She Can Use a Gun
organized Jewish voting bloc.
Today, the elegant Mrs. Fein-
stein, 45, is still a woman and still
Jewish, but she is the Mayor of
San Francisco. The political
pundits are guessing if and when
she will run for the U.S. Senate or
the governorship of California.
HER LIFE has not been
unmarked by personal tragedy,
and she reached her present office
through a civic tragedy the
assassination last November of
the then incumbent mayor,
George Ma scone.
Mrs. Feinstein was then
serving as president of the city's
legislative body, the Board of
Supervisors, and automatically
succeeded to the mayoralty.
She will run for a four-year
term in her own right in next
November's elections, and is con-
sidered the favorite to beat her
most likely challenger, Super-
visor Quentin Kopp, an out-
spoken Jewish politician.
MAYOR FEINSTEIN came to
her Judaism partly by heredity
and partly by choice. Her phy-
sician father, Dr. Leon Goki-
mann, was Jewish, but her
Mayor Feinstein
mother was a Roman Catholic.
Mrs. Feinstein received her
early education at the Convent of
the Sacred Heart in San Fran-
cisco.
Encouraged by both her
parents to be a free thinker,
Dianne made up her mind at the
age of 20, after studying at both
the convent and a Jewish Sunday
school.
"I CHOSE Judaism, because I
liked the simplicity of the
Continued on Page 3
I Campaign Leaders Plan for 1980 I
The Allocations sub-committee, a part of the Planning, Budgeting, Administration and Allocation*
(PBAA) Committee, met recently to consider recommendations for allocating lands raised from the 1OT9
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign to more than 40 local, national and overseas
-^agencies. Seated from left are Carl Roeenkopf, Paul Koenig, chaJrmanand Gert Scisorek. Standing from
|Rt are Joe Perlstem, Hannah Adel, Arnold Rosenthal, Herman Kats, Dina Sedley and Merv Weinstein.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Campaign
Leadership gathered recently
with 1980 Campaign Chairman
Philip A. Levin to wrap up the
1979 campaign and discuss
strategies and goals for the
upcoming campaign.
The standing room only group
consisted of Hi-Rise leaders from
Hollywood Beach, Hallandale
Beach and Hallandale Area 'A'.
More than 90 community
leaders came together in a
combined effort to assess the
potential for the coming year and
mobilize their efforts for
achieving this end.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, June 15,1979
| Janes 553 Named to Federation Staff | Pre-School Program Head
James H. Paret has been
named to the staff of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward as a
campaign associate, according to
Sumner G. Kaye. executive
director.
Paret, formerly a fund-raiser
for the Lawyers Division of
Trades and Professions for the
UJA / Federation Joint Cam-
paign, will be responsible for the
metropolitan areas of South
Broward, including new area
developments to the west- He
also will be working with Young
Leadership, Young Professionals
and Community Organization.
Paret received a BBA from
Bernard M. Baruch College (City
University of New York.)
Women's Division Board Orientation
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Women's
Division will hold a board
orientation meeting, Thursday,
June 21, at 9:30 a.m. at the
Federation office, according to
Bobbie Levin, in-service vice
president.
The orientation will feature
speaker Dr. Diana Reisman,
education consultant for the
Central Agency on Jewish
Education, who will discuss
"Jewish Women Past and
Present."
Young Leadership Committee Meets
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Young
Leadership Committee recently
held its last session of 1979 at the
home of Sally and Joel Weiss.
Chairman Larry Weiner said
the group of 32 made plans for
1979-80 and is especially looking
forward to participating in a
Shabbaton next year.
Sumner G. Kaye, Federation
executive director, is facilitator of
the committee.
Jamea Paret
TemDle Beth El Honors Rabbi Woll
The Brotherhood of Temple honoring Rabbi Jonathan S. WoU
Beth El of Hollywood held a who wUI > completing
"Farewell Brunch" on June 3
rabbinic tenure at Temple Beth
Dr. Sandberg To
Address B'nai B'rith
Dr. Joel Sandberg. Hollywood
ophthalmologist, will address
Herzl Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at its
last meeting before the summer
hiatus at Temple Sinai. Wed-
nesday. June 20. at 8 p.m.
Dr. Sandberg. formerly
chairman of the South Florida
Conference on Soviet Jewry and
presently national vice president
of the Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews, and a leading
spokesman for the Jews of
Russia, has selected as his topic.
"Prisoners of Conscience."
Jack Solot. lodge president,
who will preside at the meeting,
stated that Dr. Sandberg and his
wife Adele. traveled to the Soviet
Union in 1975 to visit with Soviet
Jewish Refuseniks in outlying
cities. They were arrested by the
KGB, interrogated at great
length in separate rooms, were
threatened with five years im-
prisonment, and finally taken to
the Rumanian border and ex-
tradited from Russia.
Dr. Sandberg
A
Last spring Dr. and Mrs.
Sandberg visited Israel and
visited with the people they first
had visited in Russia. Everyone
they had met in Russia, except
one family (out of 20) now is in
Israel, to a great degree because
of the efforts of the Sandbergs.
The public is invited to attend
the meeting. Admission is free.
El the end of June.
Clergy of all faiths attended
the tribute to Rabbi Woll who
has been instrumental in fur-
thering an inter-faith program in
the Greater Hollywood area. A
large attendance of Temple Beth
El members as well as Rabbi
Woll's friends in the community
were on hand for this occasion.
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe, senior
rabbi of Temple Beth El and
president of the South Broward
Board of Rabbis, led this tribute
on behalf of Rabbi Woll's
colleagues.
Rabbi Woll. born and raised in
Brookline. Mass.. was brought
up in the Reform movement and
participated in education and
youth groups, local, regional and
national. He received his BA
degree in sociology from the
University of Cincinnati in 1971
and his MA in Hebrew literature
from the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion in
New York in 1975. where he was
ordained in May 1976.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Day School Students Tour Federation-
Page 3
Members of the kindergarten class of Temple Beth
Shalom Day School recently participated in a tour of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward and the Jewish
Community Center-Hollywood Extension.
Leslie Horn, assistant public relations director, and
Angela Magliocco, electronic data processing clerk, led
the children throughout various departments in the
Federation office, including Public Relations, Xerox,
Word Processing and Electronic Data Processing.
Teacher, Ellen Baig, said the tours were part of the
children's lesson on "The Community."
JWV Essay Contest Winners Named
Arthur A. Selevan, chairman,
announces that the Robert K.
Franzblau-Miramar Jewish War
Veterans Post 177 sponsored an
essay contest with the theme
"Why I Am Proud to Be an
American Jew," for all South
Broward Hebrew schools.
Temple Beth El and Temple
Solel participated. All children in
the sixth grade were qualified to
enter the contest. The top
contestant of each Hebrew school
received a $25 U.S. Savings Bond
and also an award certificate: the
five runners-up of each school
received a Jewish War Veterans'
certificate.
The winners at Temple Solel
were: first place, David
Freedland and Michael Aronsky,
David Silverman, Beth Petraka,
Jamie Maekiel and Amy Brown.
They received their awards on
May 15 at an assembly at Temple
Solel.
The winners at Temple Beth El
were: first place, Judy Gun-
sburger and Debra Goldfine,
Laurier Segal, Abby Efros,
Kenneth Altman and Felecia
Lamgel. They received their
awards on May 20 at an assembly
at Temple Beth El.
The judges included Abe
Gittelson of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, Rabbi Louis
Lederman of Temple Beth Moshe
and a disinterested party.
The committee for this contest
was comprised of Arthur A.
Selevan, chairman; James
Oberstein, commander; Jack
Horowitz and Ben Berliner.
Friscos Mayor Feinstein
No Stranger to Tragedy
Continued from Page 1
religion, the directness,"
she
recalls. "I was also aware of the
prejudice that exists and of our
distinct heritage, and I felt a need
to go in that direction."
After graduating from Stan-
ford University with a degree in
history and political science, she
worked as a government intern
and married Jack Berman, a
lawyer. The couple had one
daughter, Katherine Anne, now
21, and a political science student
at the University of California.
The marriage was sub-
sequently dissolved. In 1962, the
future mayor married Dr. Ber-
tram Feinstein, a leading brain
surgeon, who died of cancer a
little over a year ago.
RECENTLY, Mrs. Feinstein
has been sporting a ruby and
diamond engagement ring and
has announced that she plans to
marry Richard Blum, an invest-
ment banker, later this year.
ALTHOUGH the city is pre-
dominantly Catholic, with a
strong Italian influence, it has a
large Chinese and growing Black
population, and 15 percent of the
residents form a politically
potent homosexual voting bloc.
So far, Mrs. Feinstein has
received high marks for coolness
and competence in two critical
situations: first, the assas-
sination of her predecessor; and
then the mass suicide in Guyana
of cult members belonging to the
People's Temple, whose home
base is in San Francisco-
Mrs. Feinstein herself is no
stranger to violence. In 1976, her
city home was fire-bombed, and
the windows of her beach house
were shot out. She knows how to
use firearms, but does not carry a
gun.
Mrs. Feinstein is the second
Jewish mayor in San Francisco
history. The first was Adolph
Sutro, who was elected in 1895.
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Number 12
Friday, June 15,1979
Volume 9
More Than Rhetoric
We would like to believe that it was more than
political rhetoric when Prime Minister Menachem
Begin told a Herut convention Sunday night that
Jerusalem is indivisible. This was a solid warning to
President Sadat, who has increasingly begun to test
the waters of dissent involving Arab claims on Old
Jerusalem.
We would also like to believe that nothing will
shake his confidence in the principle he espouses
that, cooperation or no cooperation between Israel
and Egypt, no one and that means both the Carter
administration and President Sadat can force
Israel to continue on the merry-go-round of making
concessions.
Cooperation, yes; suicide, no. This was the gist
of his message, and in the heat of enthusiasm over
the new peace agreement, it is well that he has finally
spoken up out loud.
'Normalization' and Radar
This is a central issue for two reasons best
illustrated by two separate incidents earlier in the
week. One was the statement made by Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan prior to his departure for
talks in Cairo.
Addressing himself to the one-sided Egyptian
attitude toward "normalization" of relations and
Egypt's apparent reticence to open up the borders
between the two countries, Dayan said that
President Sadat can't have it both ways. By this, he
meant that El Arish residents are permitted as a
matter of course across the new border into Israel;
but Israelis are not permitted into El Arish or any
place else in Egypt, as a similar matter of course.
The second illustration is the sudden erection of
gigantic radar facilities by Egyptian authorities in El
Arish. What are they monitoring?
Thatcher Rumored Uninformed
On Affairs in Middle East
By JUDITH ROSEN
NEW YORK -(JTA) -
Eric Moonman, a former
Labor member of Parlia-
ment and president of the
British Zionist Federation,
said here that Britain's new
Conservative Prime Minis-
ter Margaret Thatcher was
relatively inexperienced in
foreign affairs, especially
the Middle East.
He said the main concern
of British Jewry was with
Mrs. Thatcher'8 principal
spokesman on foreign
affairs in the House of
Commons, Sir Ian
Gilmour.
MOONMAN, who was
defeated for reelection in the May
3 elections, noted that Sir Ian,
the Lord Privy Seal, is very
active in the Arab lobby in Eng-
land and has openly advocated a
Palestinian state on the West
Bank and Gaza Strip. He called
Thatcher's appointment of Gil-
mour, a founder of an Arab-
British friendship movement, a
"foolish and thoughtless move."
Asked during an interview
with the JTA about the effects of
the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty
on fund-raising activities in
Britain, he admitted that
Zionism is easier to promote
"during a hot war and crisis."
However, he called peace a
"challenge" and said the Jewish
community must come to terms
with the situation and respond
with more creative techniques in
fund-raising to keep up the
momentum. In that connection,
he observed that while American
Jewish organizations had more
professionals than their counter-
parts in Britain, the relations be-
tween the lay and political
leadership was not always well
defined.
HE SAID he felt there was far
too much duplication of activities
among various Jewish organiza-
tions' in the U.S. Moonman said
there was a problem in Britain
today of maintaining Jewish
identity.
He said the fight was against
indifference rather than-
ass imitation.
THE FLAP over the func-
tional literacy test in the State, of
Florida is understandable, but
opponents of the test are wrong
to contest it.
At issue is the testing ol
would-be. high school graduates
to determine if they can read,
write and perform basic arith-
metic computation.
To begin with, we (and they)
ought to feel a profound sense of
embarrassment that young
people are permitted to advance
so far along in the public school
system and still be woefully
deficient in the intricacies of what
were once called the "3 R's" when
we call upon them at their
eleventh-hour to prove their skills
in them.
BUT THAT is the nature of
our educational dilemma today.
They are not only deficient; they
are hostile at being called to
Mindlin
account, and they and their civil
libertarian representatives go to
court as the injured parties as
if it were not their fault. This
exists not only in Florida but
throughout the nation, although
Floridians must finally face up to
the fact that their public school
system is among the worst in the
country.
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By Robert Segal
Attack on Newsmen Insidious
Not long after Pope John Paul
II let it be known that he was
Eing this Spring to visit Poland,
id of his birth, that nation's
politburo decreed that all
newsgatherers from non-Polish
lands coming to cover the
Pontiffs homecoming would
have to pay a tax of $360.
Thus the totalitarian mind at
work.
About the same time, in one of
the few surviving democracies, a
Massachusetts state senator
proposed a law requiring those he
branded "investigative repor-
ters" to post a f 6,000 bond and
pay an initial fee of $750 plus
annual tax of $400 to continue aa
part of the newspaper profession.
THESE SNOOPING jour-
nalists, he declared, amount to
private detectives and had to be
licensed. News spies packed too
much power and were too devilish
to continue to enjoy freedom of
the press.
Now the highest court in the
United States has held that a
plaintiff in a libel suit has a right
to ascertain the state of mind of
the newsgatherer preparing his
articles and of his associates
joining in that enterprise. The
case in point was that of Lt. Col.
Anthony B. Herbert, oft-
decorated Vietnam War veteran,
vs. Barry Lando, a producer of
CBS's explosive 60 Minutes
program.
For six years, this fascinating
libel litigation had journeyed
through the courts. At peak level,
the jurists did not limit pre-trial
questioning. Consequently,
loaded down with documents,
young Lando had gone through
26 days of questioning.
BUT THAT was not enough.
What were the inner thought
processes of Lando and his CBS
comrades, the trial lawyers
demanded to know. Just how had
they gone about trying to pin the
military hero to the wall? Much
was riding on such questions. Lt.
Col. Herbert, a tenacious
defender of his good name, waa
seeking $44.7 million in damages.
Perhaps prior to the era of
electronic jourrnalism, abrim
with tape recorders, candid
cameras, and disconcerting
television lights, such litigation
would never have been dreamed
of. Anyone who has studied the
files of newspaper of a century
ago can not fail to have been
surprised at the vicious name-
calling of men prominent in
public life who, thus besmirched,
failed to collect a penny or even
went to the trouble of suing.
But this is a different day. And
with Chief Justice Warren
Burger at the helm, a jurist
whose mistrust of the media is
already legendary, it is a different
court. Six of the justices have
voted one more brake on the
enterprise of news gathering and
news production.
ONCE MORE, to his great
credit, Judge Potter Stewart has
entered sharp dissent. The
The functional literacy teat is
designed to force the high school >
graduate, prior fo getting a
diploma, to demonstrate that he
is on a level of academic achieve-
ment commensurate with what
the diploma presumably
represents.
It is designed to put the brakes
on a democratically-inspired
egalitarian educational process
that has for decades sanctioned
automatic promotion from one
grade to. the next on the basis
that not to do so is to dis-
criminate against certain in-
dividuals, ethnic groups, and/or
races.
THE HISTORY of this
philosophy of education, which
took insidious root after World
War II and its baby boom after-
math, is a sad chronicle of the
decline in quality education.
The fact is that academic I
standards can not, or at least
should not, be modified to adapt
to the cultural norm. If the object'
of education is to elevate people
from where they are to some
hypothetical level of achievement
representing where they ought to
be, then just the opposite is true:
people (the cultural norm) must
be modified (elevated) to adapt to
established academic standards.
This is an elitist position, some
will say, but there can be nothing
democratic or egalitarian about
the education process. Since
World War II, democratic and
egalitarian principles have eroded
that process until we now
graduate substandard high
school students as a matter of
course.
It is for this reason that the
functional literacy test has been
designed, and if there is any
argument against it that makes
sense, it is that the test as a
brake against illiteracy comes too
late.
IT IS NOT an occasional
undeserving would-be graduate
we are holding back; it is many,
while those who pass the test
only marginally raise the number
of essentially substandard
graduates and would-be
Continued on Page 13
Herbert suit, he averred, con-
cerned only what was published.
What waa not published has
nothing to do with the case.
Liability hinges in the end upon
the publisher's state of
knowledge of the falsity of what
he published and "not at all upon
his motivation in publishing it." ,
Dissenting Justice Thurgood
strove also to uphold the
foundations of traditional
American press freedom:
"Society's interest in enhancing *
the accuracy of coverage of public
events is ill-served by procedures
tending to muffle expression of
uncertainty. To preserve a
climate of free interchange
among journalists, the con-
fidentiality of their conversation,
must be guaranteed."
Increasingly in these times,
shield laws protecting reporters'
assurance that confidences will
not have to be violated are being
bypassed by courts.
Increasingly, reporters are going
to jail for holding feat to their
files. In 1978, the Supreme Court
ruled, 6-to-3, that policemen
could rifle through newsrooms
pretty much at will. Little
wonder those who place great *
value on the right to inquire, to
write to publish are ap-
prehensive.
"A free press is not a privilege
but an organic necessity in a
great society," Walter Lippman
reasoned. How great is the
American dream, the enterprise
today?


Friday, June IS, 1979
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page5
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Steinberg Story Appals Angry Reader
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I was appalled when I saw the
Page 1-A picture and favorable
story about David Steinberg in
your May 18 issue. On reading it,
one gets the impression that he is
a good Jew. In fact, he is filled
with self-hatred and vents his
feelings by uttering anti-Semitic
remarks on national television
and in his personal and nightclub
appearances.
The first time I heard him was
on a Dick Cavett morning
program in New York several
years ago. He spoke of his father
as being "a sometime rabbi and a
sometime grocer" and added,
"and when he was a sometime
grocer, he enjoyed cheating
gentiles." The followwing week,
he appeared on the Johnny
Carson program and repeated the
routine.
ARNOLD FORSTER, then
general counsel of ADL, told me
they received letters and phone
calls from all over the country
from people who were dismayed
by Steinberg's remarks. I heard
him say many times on TV, "My
father considered me a curse from
God," and I can well believe it.
Representatives from the Anti-
OUR
R6A66RS
WRIte
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, American Jewish Com-
mittee and American Jewish
Congress met with Steinberg's
manager to try to get him to
change his ways, but it was of no
avail.
In John Huddy's Miami
Herald column of Oct. 31, 1974,
Huddy wrote: "I start to tell
Steinberg about an angry letter
from a reader calling him anti-
everything but especially anti-
Semitic. 'I know the line that did
it, too,' the comic says. 'The line
about the pill-crazed Hadassah
women you do not step on
that tube for one second without
offending 10 million people.'
"Another Steinberg line that
lights up the switchboard,
'My father thinks gentiles would
sell their children for a pint of
whiskey.' "
THE FOLLOWING appeared
in The Jewish Post of New York
on Jan 17, 1975: "Humorist
David Steinberg got his $5,000
fee for his appearance at a fund-
raising benefit at Temple Bethel
in Detroit, but his remarks were
so offensive and off-color that the
congregation's president and two
rabbis have asked for an apology.
The use of four-letter words out-
raged many in the audience who
walked out. Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz said, 'It was a disgraceful
travesty.' "
Space does not permit my
quoting many more anti-Semitic
utterances of Steinberg's. And.I
might add that CBS had to delete
an anti-Christ remark from one of
his routines. On a David Suss-
kind program he made an anti-
Black remark which showed he is
a racist, too.
There is enough anti-Semitism
in our midst without the likes of a
David Steinberg or a Jerry Lewis
creating more.
When Steinberg performs
before an unresponsive audience,
it does not occur to him that he
Neo-Nazis Grilled in Court
By ALFRED SCHROEDER
BONN (JTA) A West
German court has opened
criminal proceedings against six
neo-Nazis accused of establishing
a terrorist organization, as well
as committing individual crimes.
It is the first time in legal history
that the chief federal prosecutor
has pressed charges against neo-
Nazis or right-wing extremists
for terrorist activities.
The defendants are former
Army Lt. Michael Kuehen, 24,
described as the "brains" behind
the gang which calls itself the
"Werewolf Underground
Organization."
HE WAS discharged from the
military for neo-Nazi activities;
Lothar- Harold Schulte, 26, a
former non-commissioned officer:
Lutz Wegener, 22; Uwe Rohwer.
42; Klaus Dieter Puls, 37; and
Manfred Boerm, 29.
All are former members of the
new Nazi Party in north Ger-
many, said to have a membership
of 200. They are charged, among
other things, with raids and bur-
glaries to obtain arms and money
to finance terrorist attacks.
The High Court of Celle in
north Germany is conducting the
trial behind the walls of Bueck-
burg prison as a security
precaution. It fears that other
neo-Nazis may try to free the
defendants or commit acts of
violence against the court or the
jurors.
According to the prosecutor,
the "Werewolf gang had
detailed plans to raid German
Army and NATO installations
and to bomb the Berlin wall. The
indictment charges them with an
attempted attack on a British
forces broadcasting service
transmitter in north Germany.
PLANS WERE also found to
free Hitler's former deputy,
Rudolf Hess, from Spandau
prison where he is serving a life
sentence, to attack East German
border guards and to attack the
memorial at the former Bergen-
Belsen concentration camp.
Members of the gang were
instructed to raid arms shops and
banks as a test of their
"courage," the charges said.
Schulte and Wegener are
accused in addition of raiding the
guard room at an army barracks
to steal a submachinegun. Later
they broke into a Cologne apart-
ment and made off with two
rifles, jewels and caah worth
60,000 Marks. In December,
1977, they broke into an army
mmiinit.ifn depot and stole
1,000 rounds of ti'"fr8""
Are Confirmed
Missiles in Lebanon
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State
Department has confirmed that Soviet-made SAM
anti-aircraft missiles are in place in Lebanon near the
Syrian border, but their number and purpose were
not disclosed.
Department spokesman Tom Reston said the
missiles are "an old story."
HE SAID "there is no indication they have been
moved southward (away from the Syrian border) or
that their number has increased."
may be unfunny or offensive. He
then appears on televised talk
shows and says, "It was like
appearing before a pill-crazed
group of Hadassah women "
SEVERAL years ago, Jerry
Lewis appeared in Miami Beach
with his inane routines, and the
audience sat on their hands. The
Mimai Herald on Dec. 29, 1973,
quoting from a Playboy inter-
view, wrote: "Lewis comments
about the Beach, frequently
obscene, often anti-Semitic, are
astonishing." They quote him
further as saying, "It's Jew-a-
Rama down there. Wall-to-wall
Jews. If I stay there much longer,
I'm. going to end up sending
money to the Arabs. Miami's a
toilet The best thing you can
do for it is to pull the chain."
Now Jerry Lewis is making
movies down here and loves
Miami and the Jews. Could he be
thinking about the boxoffice, and
can Steinberg be planning an
appearance down here?
It reminds me of Will Rogers'
comment about Henry Ford's
apology to the Jews for pub-
lishing the slanderous and scur-
rilous "Protocols of the Elders of
Zion" in his Dearborn Indepen-
dent. The cowboy philosopher
said, "I see by the papers that
Henry Ford has apologized to the
Jews he saw one riding in a
Chevrolet."
(Mrs.) GERRY BLUMENFELD
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Gnater Holly wood
Friday, June 15,1979
Rabbi Malavsky Heads S. Broward Rabbi Council
Dr. Morton Malavsky, Rabbi
of Temple Beth Shalom in
Hollywood has been elected
president of the South Broward
Council of Rabbis. Rabbi
Malavsky is completing his 16th
year of service at Beth Shalom.
He is past president of the
Rabbinical Association of Great-
er Miami, the Clergy Fellowship
of Broward, Broward Board of
Rabbia and many other
organizations. He is chairman of
Israel Histadrut of Broward
Community and the Broward
County Jewish National Fund.
Serving as vice president will
be Rabbi Carl Klein, spiritual
leader of the Hallandale Jewish
Center. They are succeeding
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe who has
served as president for the past
two years, and Rabbi Malavsky
as vice president.
Rabbi Malavsky
In assuming the presidency,
Rabbi Malavsky stated, "It shall
be the aim of the local Rabbinate
to help elevate the religious
standard of the community. to
involve ourselves with local and
national endeavors which will
better the standing and stature of
our people. We further hope to
establish various committees to
handle projects and programs of
a community nature as well as
information and education
regarding Israel, the Russian
Jews, and statistical reports on
the American Jewish Com-
munity."
Dr. Malavsky further stated
that the growth of Broward
County has become phenomenal
with synagogues and temple
springing up in all areas; Jewish
clergy growing in numbers so
that the county has three major
rabbinical organizations, South
Broward Council of Rabbis,
North Broward Rabbinical
Association and the Broward
Board of Rabbis.
The local rabbis also are part of
the Greater Miami community
and members of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami.
South Broward Council of
Rabbis will promote joint
projects and cooperative ven-
tures with the clergy of other
denominations. The South
Broward Council will continue to
conduct classes on the
Introduction to Judaism and
cooperate with Central Agency
for Jewish Education of Greater
Miami, as well as South Broward
Federation.
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War Vets Urged to Support Mendelevich
After a meeting with Rifka
Drori, the sister of Soviet Jewish
Prisoner of Conscience Iosif
Mendelevich, Nathan M.
Goldberg, national commander,
Jewish War Veterans of the
USA, has urged all members of
JWV to unite in an effort to
speak out for his release. Mrs.
Drori, former resident of Ri#a,
who now lives in Gush Etzion,
Israel, discussed her brother's
plight with Goldberg in
Washington recently.
Mendelevich was imprisoned in
June 1970, along with Edward
Kuznetsov and Mark Dymshitz
in the first Leningrad trial. Now
31, he is serving a 12-year sen-
tence for "treason, misap-
propriation of state and public
property, anti-Soviet propaganda
and organizational activity."
Both Kuznetsov and Dymshitz,
who were serving 15 year sen-
tences, were released as a part of
an exchange last month for two
Soviet spies being held by the
United States.
Florida Residents Graduate from Yeshiva
Seven residents of Florida were
candidates for degrees from
Yeshiva University at its 48th
annual commencement exercises
in Manhattan, June 7-
The are: Susan Ann Berg,
Coral Gables, Master of Social
Work, Wurzweiler School of
Social Work; Arnold Harold Pos
sick, Jacksonville, Master of
Canadian Jews Win Some,
Lose Others in Elections
By MICHAEL SOLOMON
OTTAWA (JTA) With
the impressive victory of Joe
Clark's Progressive-Conservative
Party in the election in Canada,
two Jewish Liberals went down
to defeat, including Defense
Minister Barnett Danson, who
was rejected by his York North
Riding in the Toronto area. Four
Jews were elected, three Liberals
and a member of the New
Democratic Party.
The only Jewish candidate on
the Progressive-Conservative
Party list was Sidney Spiwak,
who was defeated in Winnipeg.
In addition to Danson, the other
Jewish Liberal incumbent
in the Kglinton-Lawrence Riding
of Toronto on the Liberal Party
ticket. Last year, he refused to
accept a nomination for a by-
election because the election day
was on Sukkoth. He is an
Anglican.
THE REV. Roland de Cor-
neille, director of the B'nai B'rith
League for Human Rights, was
elected by the heavy Jewish vote
defeated was Sima Holt, a former
journalist, whose loss in a Central
Vancouver Riding was part of the
Progressive-Conservative sweep
in Canada's west. She had been
the first Jewish woman elected to
Parliament.
Reelected were Herb Gray, a
former minister and the first Jew
named to a Liberal Cabinet, in
Windsor; and Bob Kaplan, in the l
Toronto Riding of York Center.
Elected for the first time were
David Berger, a Liberal, in l
Montreal, and the NDP'a David
Orlikon, in Winnipeg. I
Clark, who now wfll replace
Pierre Elliott Trudeau as Prime
Minister, is five seats short of a
majority in the new Parliament,
and wfll need the NDP of the
Quebec-based Social Credit Party
for majority. His promise to
move the Canadian Embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
apparently had little influence
with the large Jewish vote in
Two Jewish MPs, Max
Saltman, a New Democrat, and
Jack Marshall, a Progressive-
Conservative of Newfoundland,
did not seek reelection and were
appointed to the Senate.
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Wurzweiler School of Social
Work; Alan Michael Singer.
Miami Beach, Master of Social
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Sunrise, Master of Social Work,
Wurzweiler School of Social
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Social Work, Wurzweiler School
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Because he is an Orthodox
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skull cap, observing holidays,
Shabbat and kashrut, Men-
delevich has been subjected to
especially harsh treatment, Mrs.
Drori told Goldberg. He is the
only Jew remaining in prison as a
result of the 1970-71 Leningrad
trials.
Jack Berman of Hollywood,
JWV National Soviet Jewry
Chairman, has appealed to all
members of JWV to write to U.S.
and Soviet officials to ask for
Mendelevich's release. "Since
five Soviet Jewish Prisoners of
Conscience recently have been
allowed to leave their prisons in
the Soviet Union," he said, "this
is an opportune time to press for
freedom for Mendelevich." He
also urged JWV members to
write to Mendelevich in prison to
show him and the Soviet
government that he has support
in America. Mendelevich's ad-
dress is Uchrezhdnie 5110/1,
Moscow RSFSR, USSR.
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TAa JciwsA Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, June 16,1979
A t Herut Conference
Begin Warns Sadat'Jerusalem Indivisible
By BARBIE ZELIZER
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin delivered one of his
toughest speeches at the
opening of the Herut
Party's 14th national con-
vention here Sunday night,
fervently defending Jewish
settlement on the occupied
West Bank as a "right"
and "duty," declaring total
war against the Palestine
Liberation Organization
and warning President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt to
refrain from criticizing
Jewish settlements or
talking about the division
of Jerusalem.
Begins hard line went well
with his audience of 3,000 Herut
loyalists who cheered and
stamped in the Jerusalem con-
vention halL "Settlement ifl a
right and a duty. We have and
will continue to fulfill that right
and that duty," the Prime
Minister declared. He fiercely
ruled out any notion of Pales-
tinian state or a divided
sovereignty over Jerusalem.
REFERRING to warnings
that Israel's aggressive settle-
ment policies undermine Sadat at
a time when he is being attacked
by the Arab rejectionist states,
Begin asserted, "We do not need
anyone to preach to us about the
delicate position of President
Sadat vis-a-vis the Arab world.
"We certainly appreciate his
courage and are ready to help him
as much as we can, as I am sure
he is ready to help us. But no one
'has yet helped his friends by
committing suicide, and this we
will not do," Begin said.
Addressing himself to the
PLO, the Prime Minister vowed
that "There will no longer be a
policy of retaliation against the
heinous terrorists who find refuge
in Lebanon. We will pursue and
hit him at any opportunity. We
will not wait for blood baths such
as those which occurred in
Nahariya and Tiberias.
"WE ARE no longer defense-
less and on foreign land. He who
raises a hand against a Jewish
child will not be safe in Beirut or
anywhere else."
Begin expressed hope for a de
jure peace with Jordan. But he
called President Hafez Assad of
Syria the victim of "a mad and
devouring enmity." He said that
normalization between Egypt
and Israel "was developing satis-
factorily."
The balance of Begin's speech
dealt with Israel's deteriorating
economic situation. He warned
Herut, "If we do not put things
right, the voters will blame us.
Finance Minister Simcha
Ehrlich, head of Likud's Liberal
Party wing, who was a guest on
the podium, was greeted with
catcalls from the audience which
tended to blame his stewardship
over the Treasury for the
country's economic woes.
VISIBLY dismayed by the
hostile reception, Ehrlich
stumbled through his speech. He
avoided any mention of economic
matters but warned his Likud
partners that "We need unity
because the (Labor) alignment is
waiting in ambush for us."
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Ethiopian Jews Urge U.S. To Take Up Cause of Falashas
By JUDITH ROSEN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
An Ethiopian Jew, now a
citizen of Israel, urged Jews
in the United States and
Canada to take up the
cause of his fellow Falashas
in Ethiopia who he said are
facing extinction. Zecharias
Yona, secretary general of
the Association of Ethio-
pian Jews in Israel, charged
that the problem of the
Falashas has been ignored
by the Israeli government
and Jewish organizations.
Yona, a reserve sergeant in the
Israeli Army, and Simcha Jaco-
bovici, chairman of the North
American Jewish Students Net-
work, spoke to Jewish media at a
press conference which concluded
Yona's speaking tour of the U.S.
and Canada
auspices.
under NAJSN's
JACOBOVICI urged a
massive letter writing campaign
to President Carter and to Zionist
and Jewish organizations urging
them to devise a "creative ap-
proach" to the problem of the
Falashas.
Yona, noting the efforts to
rouse world opinion over the
arrest of Jewish activist Anatoly
Sharansky in the Soviet Union,
asked whether the slaughter of
thousands of Ethiopian Jews
the last few years could not
in
also be made
national cause.
into an inter-
The Falashas, who numbered
250,000 in the 19th Century and
28,000 in 1976, are believed now
to number only 20,000. They live
in northwest Ethiopia which has
been the center of a civil
since the overthrow of Emperor
Haile Selassie in 1972.
THOUSANDS have been
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an estimated 7,000 are refugees,
according to reports.
Prior to 1972, when Yona
immigrated to Israel, the aliya of
Falashas was hindered by doubts
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But Yona said .that although
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the situation in Ethiopia is
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Friday, June 15,1979
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9
JERUSALEM "The world
would be a better place if women
ran it." So said former U.S.
Congresswoman Bella Abzug
Monday morning in preparation
for that night's opening session
of the World Conference of
Women Leaders in Jerusalem.
"Today, politics are run
generally by men, and they are
lacking in humanism and
compassion," the fervent ad-
vocate for women's rights ob-
served. "Women could bring that
same aspect into world
diplomacy and politics, and I'm
sure the world would be a better
place for it." She added that she
was dismissed from her recent
Ntask as chairman of the
^resident's Council for Women's
^Affairs because, "I fervently
opposed the national budget
submitted to Congress, which
reduced the amount allocated for
women's affairs."
JERUSALEM The remains
of Dora Bloch were laid to rest
here Tuesday nearly three years
after she was murdered at
Kampala, Uganda, on the orders
of former President Idi Amin.
Mrs. Bloch, who held Israeli
and British citizenship, was a
passenger on the Air France jet
hijacked by Palestinian terrorists
to Entebbe in June, 1976. When
most of the hostages were
rescued by an Israeli raiding
party on July 3, she was in a
Kampala hospital from where she
disappeared a day later.
Her remains were discovered
* buried at a village near Kampala.
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decision of a West German
Supreme Court forbidding
further use or display of the Nazi
swastika with any consumer
products, packaging or pro-
motional material produced or
marketed in West Germany."
PARIS The French daily,
Le Matin Dimanche, quotes an
unidentified Jewish woman who
says she saw three men enter the
Djerba synagogue just before a
fire broke out last May 9. The 24-
year-old woman says she saw the
three men approach the
synagogue at 10:30 p.m. and
"forced their way in.' A few
minutes later, she saw them leave
the building.
Another young Djerba Jew,
identified as David, told the
newspaper that there were no
candles burning that night in the
synagogue.
The paper quotes Tunisian
Chief Rabbi Fradji Uzan who
repeated his conviction that the
authorities are doing everything
in their power to find the origin of
the fire. Fradji stressed that the
country's Jews enjoy full and
equal rights.
JERUSALEM Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan on
Monday stressed the importance
of reciprocity in normalized
Israeli-Egyptian relations,
moments before he departed for a
visit to Cairo.
"The agreement must be based
on the principle of reciprocity,"
Dayan told reporters at Ben-
Gurion Airport. "Israel will not
agree to a situation in which El
Arishis can freelv [twin* *ntn
LOS ANGELES Swastikas,
will no longer be provided by a
Mattel subsidiary, Monogram
Models, Inc., for decoration of
scale model reproductions of
historic aircraft, ships and
vehicles, it was announced by
Harvey B. Schechter, director of
the Anti-Defamation League's
Pacific Southwest Regional
Office. This information was
given to ADL by Mattel because
of a complaint filed by ADL. .
More than a year ago, "We
questioned the wisdom of
providing children in Germany
with swastika-adorned models,''
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doorstep shortly after he finished
conducting evening services at
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Gaza.
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a broadcast from Beirut that its
agents were responsible for the
killing and warned that the same
fate awaits all "collaborators"
and supporters of the autonomy
plan. The broadcast named
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JOHANNESBURG After
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ambassador, Itzhak Unna will
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take up a new post in Jerusalem.
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normalization of relations bet-
ween Israel and South Africa and
a growth in trade. In an in-
terview with the leading
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to a guideline for a Jewish envoy
to South Africa. He said:
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people's experiences in facing up
to the problems of South Africa.
Bear in mind the differences as
well as the similiarities, between
your country and South Africa.
Even while being critical,
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South Africa'8 sociological and
historical development, and get a
feel for its contemporary literary
trends. It helps greatly, not least
when sounding critical of the
country's leading echelons, to
speak to Afrikaans.
Our husbands and w.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, June 16,1979
Soviet Jewry Update
Moroz is concerned
Ukrainian National
Editor's Note: This statement
was given at the opening of the
news conference held by the five
exchanged Soviet prisoners,
April 28, at the UN Plaza Hotel,
coordinated by the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry.
In addition to all that which
unites us. each one of us has his
own specialty each one has his
own soft spot, so to speak:
Pastor Vins is concerned
primarily with the religious
question.
Valentin
with the
movement.
Aleksandr Ginzburg is con-
cerned with the so-called democ-
racy movement as a whole-
Mark Dymshitz and I are con-
cerned first of all with the prob-
lem of emigration for Soviet
Jews. Consequently, prior to the
time when each one of us will
address himself to his own
particular theme, allow me please
to make a brief and very general
statement on behalf of four of us.
Pastor Vins will make a separate
statement; after that we will be
glad to answer any questions on
any subjects.
First of all, we wish to thank
the American people, President
Carter, the U.S. Congress and the
many people in the Western
world who have worked un-
ceasingly on behalf of Prisoners
of Conscience and on behalf of
those who for many years have
attempted to emigrate from the
USSR and first of all the Jews
who are trying to achieve this
right to leave for Israel. If we
were not taken out of the labor
camp secretly, and the other
remaining prisoners knew that in
one day we would wind up in the
USA, they would first of all have
urged us to convey the very same
words of gratitude which I have
just expressed. Yesterday, we
were still deprived of all rights;
today, we are here in a country
which for more than 200 years
has been the symbol of freedom.
IT IS CLEAR that we are not
that naive to believe that we have
found ourselves in our earthly
paradise. We realize that this
country also has its own
problems and difficulties. But at
the present time it is too difficult
for us to perceive these problems:
outside of the prison cell, in a
state of freedom, these are con-
fusing problems, but still these
are not prison misfortunes; these
are misfortunes of freedom, they
Israel Recommends Early
Release of Spy for Arabs
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Justice Ministry recommended
the early release from prison of
Terry Fleener, 24, an American
woman serving a five-year
sentence on charges of spying for
a Palestinian terrorist
organization. It also recom-
mended the release of Ludvina
Jannsen. 26, of Holland, serving
a six-year term on similar
charges.
A Ministry spokesman said
Fleener could be freed by the end
of June and Jannsen in Septem-
ber, both for "good conduct."
FLEENER, who admitted to
the charges before she was sen-
tenced 15 months ago, has been
the subject of representations by
the U.S. government on the
highest levels. On May 14, Sec-
retary of State Cyrus Vance
asked Justice Minister Shmuel
Tamir to take action for her
release.
In Washington State Depart-
ment spokesman Thomas Reston
said the U.S Embassy in Tel
Aviv has been informed that
Tamir would recommend to
President Yitzhak Navon that
Fleener's sentence be reduced to
two and a half years. He quoted
an Israeli Justice Ministry
spokesman as saying that it
could be further reduced by one-
third for good behavior if the
prison warden and a special
appeals committee concurred.
In that case, the former
Kuwait Airlines stewardess who
comes from Texas, would be
eligible for release on June 25,
Reston said.
MEANWHILE, two Arab
women suspected of terrorist
activity were detained following
the arrest of another woman,
Atai Ashraf. 22, of Ramallah.
Ashraf was seized after she
planted a bomb in a trash can at
the Jerusalem central bus ter-
mina.
Her interrogation led to the
arrest of others. A military
spokesman said the three women
belonged to a gang that carried
out a series of terrorist acts which
claimed at least four lives and
injured 53 persons.
are liberty's burdens, which are
not easy but cannot be compared
with the heavy weight of un-
freedom.
We are here in the USA -
and this is just as incredible as if
we had found ourselves on the
moon. We are here this seems
inconceivable, it is difficult to get
this through our heads. We have
not as yet gained full conscious-
ness, we still feel somewhat ill at
ease, wearing civilian clothing.
We still have not grown ac-
customed to free faces expressing
good will. We still cannot believe
that all camp burdens are behind
us.
I have already been asked on
two occasions what amazes me
most of all about New York. And
I answer: the fact we are here. I
cannot conceive of anything more
remarkable.
We thank everyone from the
bottom of our hearts everyone
who has helped us to get out of
prison clothing, and everything
connected to it. To a certain
extent, thanks to the fact that
the repressive aspect of Soviet
internal policy is an object of
continuous and active attention
on the part of a large number of
people in the West the number
of people who are persecuted for
political, religious, national
reasons, and for the right to
emigrate from the USSR is not
that great as it was at one time.
During the past few years there
has^ occurred a certain degree of
normalization between the West
and the countries of the Socialist
camp. There are many things
which bear witness to this fact.
We believe that our liberation can
also be looked upon as another
instance of such normalization,
but with certain reservations. We
would like to hope that this step
taken by the Soviet government
will not be the last step in this
direction.
THE PERIOD of sharp con-
frontations of two political
systems has been replaced by a
period of many-faceted contacts.
In this connection, it is natural
that the West should be in-
terested in certain guarantees for
making such contacts firm.
Guarantees of peace, and the cer-
tainty that the course toward
normalization of international
relations will not be simply a con-
jectural, tactical step. And the
most weighty guarantee of such a
Five imprisoned Soviet activists, Mark Dymshitz, Eduard Kuznetsov,
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April 27. The National Conference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ) has been
actively working for the release of Dymshitz and Kuznetsov, both
Jews, since they were arrested in June 1970 and convicted in the First
Leningrad Trial. The NCSJ was the first non-governmental agency
allowed to meet with the five activists when they arrived in New York
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
background Report
Vance Cozies Up to Arab Territory Viewpoint
iy BARBIE ZELIZER
3RUSALEM (JTA)
cretary of State Cyrus
who spoke for the
(ted States at the formal
ig of the Egyptian-
iieli talks on Paelstinian
>nomy in Beersheba,
ired to be closer' to
: Egyptian position than
| Israeli on that sensitive
le.
his speech, Vance employed
nomenclature of Egypt's
bnse Minister, Kamal Hassan
referring to the "self-
erning authority" to be
kblished under autonomy on
| West Bank and Gaza Strip
er than to an "administrative
Dcil" which is the term used
Israel.
OPENING session was
by the last minute
sion of Egyptian Premier
stapha Khalil not to attend.
san Ali spoke for Egypt and
rior Minister Yosef Burg,
of the Israeli negotiating
i, for his country. The session
devoted to speeches, not
atiations. The latter were
to begin when the two
meet again in Alexandria
inesday and Thursday.
11 three diplomats spoke with
ptraint. Hassan Ali avoided
reference to the establish-
^nt of a Palestinian state. Burg,
his part, did not explicitly
and the right of continued
settlement and land ex-
opriation by Israel. The dif-
ences between the Egyptian
Israeli were most apparent
|wever in their references to
isalem.
|Burg spoke of the city as "the
ernal capital of Israel" while
issan Ali noted that "Arab
jsalem" is to be subject to the
Secretary of State Vance
"principle of inadmissability of
the acquisition of territory taken,
by the war" according to
Security Council Resolution 242.
HE STRESSED that all
Israeli actions taken to change
the area's status are "null and
void." But he did not specifical-
ly demand that East Jerusalem
which he referred to as "Arab
Jerusalem," be incorporated
under the future autonomous
authority-
It was Vance's remarks that
aroused the greatest interest in
Israel and consternation in some
quarters here. Following are
excerpts from the Secretary of
State's speech:
"The range of issues involved
in the Palestinian problem is far
too complex to be resolved at
once. The only realistic approach
therefore is to establish a
transitional period, during which
time the decisions that need to be
made can be dealth with in a
measured and logical way. The
approach was agreed by Egypt
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they have invited other parties to
the Arab-Israel conflict to
support it and join the
negotiations.
"WE REGRET the absence of
the Kingdom of Jordan and of
Palestinian representatives from
these proceedings today. If we do
not agree with their decision not
to attend at this time, we
nevertheless respect their right to
have a different view. We want to
make it clear that the invitation
to them to join us remains open.
At the same time, their absence
need not check the progress these
negotiations can make towards
the objectives which Jordan and
the Palestinians hold no less than
those of us at this table.
"I want to assure you in the
strongest possible terms that the
United States understands the
deep emotion and interests on all
sides that are touched by the
process which begins today. For
Egypt and the Arab world, the
primary focus is upon the
legitimate rights of the
Palestinian people. No peace can
either be just or secure for any
participant, if it does not resolve
this problem in its broadest
sense.
IN THE United States, we
believe that the Palestinian
people must have the right for
themselves and their descendants
to live with dignity and freedom,
and with opportunity for eco-
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"For Israel, meanwhile, a
lasting solution to the
Palestinian question and the
wider Arab Israeli conflict will be
possible only if there is a genuine
acceptance of Its right to live in
peace and security. We must also
go beyond these negotiations to
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Palestinian problem.
"We must make a start to deal
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"SECOND, the security of
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"Third, it is worth restating
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statement of principles covering
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lit. It establishes as the fun-
damental equation for peace,
withdrawal from occupied
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recognized boundaries.
"It is axiomatic that
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resolution leaves no doubt that
this was the understanding of all
parties when the resolution was
I passed in 1967.
"I AM convinced that a just
and secure settlement of the
Palestinian question is not
beyond the capabilities of men
and women of compassion and
good will, who will set their hand
to the task. I have no doubt that
solutions which the majority of
Palestinians and other Arabs will
consider fair can be fashioned in
negotiations, and in ways that
answer and well the fundamental
concerns for the security of
Israel."
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ThM Jewish Floridian and Sho far of Onattr Hollywood
Friday, June 15. 1979
Golden Elected CAJE President
Alfred Golden, synagogue and theme
community figure and long active "ACCORDINGLY," he con-
in top echelon Federation leader- tinued, "there will be very
ship, has been elected president focused goals for which to strive,
of the Central Agency for Jewish Chief among them will be the
Education for 1979-80. establishment of a community
Officers who will serve with day high school; the
Golden on the Executive Com- strengthening of inter-agency
mittee of CAJE include Levi planning and programming in all
Soshuk, David Mesnekoff and phases of Jewish education; the
Nanci Goldstein, vice presidents; full certification of day
Arleen Kosenthal, secretary;
Roberta Shevin, treasurer; Gwen
Weinberger, Nominating Com-
mittee chairperson; David Dobin,
Judge Steven Robinson and
Tamara Nixon, Executive Com-
mittee members-at-large; and
Helene Merger, immediate past
president.
Golden said, "I accept the
presidency of CAJE with a
profound sense of responsibility,
together with a willingness that
is shared by the entire Executive
Committee and Board of
Directors, to meet the formidable
challenges that face Jewish
education in the South Florida
community in the months and
years ahead. We are especially
fortunate in having a highly
capable and committed pro-
fessional staff under the direction
of Gene Greerzweig, CAJE
executive director, and a solid
year of achievement, growth and
development under the guidance
of Helene Berger, our outgoing
president. On this firm foun-
dation we seek to meet the
Jewish educational needs of an
ever-growing community."
GOLDEN HAS been a long-
time community leader, having
served on the Board of Directors
of the Jewish Federations of
Greater Miami and Greater Fort
Lauderdale, and as national vice
chairman of the Council on
College Youth and Faculty of the
Council of Jewish Welfare Fed-
erations. He has compiled a dis-
tinguished record of service in
B'nai B'rith, having been a
national commissioner of the
Anti-Defamation League, former
national commissioner of the
Hillel Foundations, and both
founder and first president of the
Dade Community Board for
Hillel and the Florida Foundation
for Hillel. He has served as an
officer and is on the boards of a
number of synagogues in both
Dade and Broward counties.
In the general community, he
is a former member of the Dade
County Personnel Board and of
the Miami Beach Public
Relations Committee. Pro-
fessionally, he is the executive
vice president of Riverside
Memorial Chapels of Florida.
In reviewing some of the major
achievements of CAJE during
the past year, Golden highlighted
the establishment of a Day
School Department that already
has had major impact on the
educational and financial
operations of the community's
day schools; the inauguration,
through special grants from the
Foundation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, of a Department of
Special Education that has con-
ducted a series of pilot projects;
the expansion of Jewish edu-
cational programming for lay and
professional community leaders;
the formation of cooperative
adult education programs in the
North Dade and Hollywood com-
munities with CAJE serving as
the melding instrument for the
synagogues and the Jewish Com-
munity Center; and the holding
of community-wide Israel Dance
Festivals on Miami Beach and in
Hollywood; all of this in addition
to the on-going programming of
the agency.
In looking to the future,
Golden declared, "The con-
striction of available funding for
Jewish education in the com-
munity combined with the ever-
increasing needs of overseas
Jewry, will make this year one in
which prioritization of projects
for mn*'"""" fulfillment of com-
munity needs will be the major
school
general and Judaic faculties; the
examination of approaches to
graduate Judaic studies in the
community; the coordination of
educational services throughout
all of Dade and Broward counties
and the exploration of co-
operative planning for Jewish
education on a state-wide basis;
the increased services to day
schools; and the broadening of
the pilot programs of the Depart-
ment of Special Education for the
learning disabled and the
mentally retarded.
"Above all else," Golden con-
cluded, "perhaps the most
dynamic factor in the entire com-
munity is the supportive attitude
for Jewish education of the lay
and professional leadership of
Federation, which realizes that
the continuation and enhance-
ment of Jewish life in our com-
munity depends to a large degree
on how this agency formulates,
implements and reaches the goals
Alfred Golden
of life-long, community-wide
Jewish education."
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ly, June 16,1
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
o Mindlin
"est is Opening Salvo for Kids
Continued from Page 4
iuates to a critical level-
lie war against illiteracy must
waged not when our young-
i are reedy to graduate but at
first grade, when they begin
pir public school careers.
Those who oppose the func-
aal literacy test argue that it is
discriminatory instrument,
lly against Blacks, whose
-integration education was
^standard, and that the test is
efore doubly punitive in a
of Catch-22 way: the public
d1 system has not success-
prepared the Black student
[graduation; and, if he finally
ices it through 12th grade at
Bt symbolically, he is barred
i graduation because he is not
jared to take the test success-
OWN experience in a
|ege classroom daily shows me
legacy of our endemic
(ional illiteracy, which im-
jons not only the Black
(dent, but all manner of others
well: white Anglo-Saxon
atestant, Jewish and Catholic
every category from Hispanic
European.
\n the end, those who oppose
test as discriminatory can
__us the most/ about our own
litudes toward education. Just
Jt do we think it is? Joseph
Idison, in the Spectator of
Ivember 6,1711, wrote:
("I consider an human soul
thout education like marble in
quarry, which shows none of
I inherent beauties till the skill
the polisher fetches out the
|ours, makes the surface shine,
_ discovers every ornamental
bud, spot and vein that run
rough the body of it."
Vnd the Harvard University
lilosopher, George Santayana,
Id that education that ends at
>ol and not taken up at home
no education at all.
ITHOSE WHO oppose the
ctional literacy test are not
kique in seeing education as a
kty to be performed by the
nool alone especially because
ey fear, and rightly so, that the
academic failure of their children
says something about them-
selves. The sad fact is that most
Americans see school this way.
They reduce school to a slightly
more glorified baby-sitting insti-
tution. As parents, they bring
little or nothing of themselves to
their children's education
To do this, parents need not be
PhD's. Rather they must inspire,
by the example of their own lives,
which they seem unable or un-
willing to do, a sense of reverence
and awe for education in the
minds of their children.
They must make their children
want to learn not simply to sit
back and morosely challenge
someone to teach them some-
thing. These are two very dif-
ferent things indeed.
IF PARENTS refuse this
responsibility, if they refuse to
inculcate a sense of respect for
knowledge and' learning, then
their failure becomes their
children's, as well. They make uv
different clods of their children
even as they, themselves, are
indifferent. They inspire their
children to expect that teachers
perform some miraculous act by
which they will miraculously
become educated even as they,
themselves, expect such miracles.
When miracles fail to occur,
and they never do occur, both
parents and children, each in
their own way, are bitterly
disappointed.
A youngster who has not, as
Steele said over 250 years ago,
seen education as a process which
"fetches out the colours, makes
the surface shine," blames his
teacher for this failure in himself.
And the parent who fails the
hild in inspiring him to want to
be a part of this process blames
the teacher, too, as a seemingly-
logical but dishonest alternative
to blaming himself.
THAT IS the lazy thing to do;
it is a natural outgrowth of the
decline in educational standards
since. World War IT unmodified
by misplaced egalitarianism and
in the loathesome rise in parental
Jews Urge Firing
Of Broadcast Official
(JOHANNESBURG South
Jewry is urging the
smissal of m national broad-
sting official who has written
Met with anti-Semitic un-
it ions, including a reference
Jews as a "problem" that
]uires a "solution." The author
[ Bill Chalmers, head of religious
Dgraming of the publicly-
TiedSouth African Broad-
sting Corp. That has a
ko no poly over radio and
television in the country.
The South African Zionist
Federation has accued Chalmers
of "a deliberate attempt to foster
anti-Semitism" and Harold
Rudolph, a Jewish member of the
Johannesburg city council,
publicly challenged the Chalmers
views. The booklet, titled Th.
Conspiracy of Truth, purports to
be a "Christian" response to
world problems.
Military Denies as 'False'
Report of Israeli Operation
TEL AVIV (JTA) A military spokesman
randed as totally false a report from Beirut Wednesday
ight that Israeli naval units aided by helicopters at-
Icked Tyre and the nearby Rashidiyeh refugee camp,
Uling 15 people. The spokesman said no naval or air units
fere in action against targets in Lebanon.
Israeli artillery fired on terrorist positions in south
ebanon after several Katyusha rockets were fired at
Bttlements in Upper Galilee. It was reported that on
Jjraeli army patrol discovered a large terrorist arms cache
In the western slopes of Mt. Hemon. It contained Karl
>ustaff submachineguns, hand grenades, explosive
larges, axes, ropes and other equipment.
Belts filled with explosives were found, believed
itended for use as "suicide jackets" indicating that the
ers would blow themselves up rather than be captured.
permissiveness
child to form
that
his
leaves the
own ill-con-
ceived emotional attitudes
toward the educational process.
In such an egalitarian society
as ours, we have come to expect
some benign Big Brother, a
contradiction in Orweuian terms,
to do everything for us even to
educate us. Although it is too
late, the functional literacy test is
designed to reverse these crip-
pling cultural attitudes in at least
one area of our false expectations.
If nothing else, the test is a
, starting salvo in the war to do so.
Members of Temple Beth Shalom Day School recently prepared fruit baskets for area nursing homes and
institutions In observance of Shavuotn.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
lay, Junel5, 1979
South Qkowand
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by QtxMk
'xKorniq
sons. Fang and I left the flooded Fort Lauderdale
airp tnd landed in the pouring rain in New York. This was not
a v;> >n. It was a trip to visit Fang's relatives who happen to
be : ivitche Hassidim in the Crown Heights section of
Bro< n. The occasion was the Bar Mitzvah of our nephew.
main focus was on the dinner. This one was held in a
dain -taurant men seated on one side, women on the other.
My seat happened to be next to the sink where they "wash"
befoi iting. From where I sat i could faintly hear the ring of
the register as people made purchases from the take-out
coui The Bar Mitzvah boy. dressed in a dark suit and
weai a black felt hat, was amazing as he rapidly chanted
entir from memory a dissertation completely in Hebrew,
whicl -as finally interrupted after more than twenty minutes
win he elders felt satisfied that he had displayed enough
knov ige. The evening was a joyous occasion as the men
clapp d hands, sang and danced.
For those of you who might be interested, there is a Glatt
Kosher French restaurant in the Roosevelt Hotel called "La
Difference." The menu offers such delicacies as quiche and veal
cordon bleu. Naturally, the recipes and ingredients are very
different from those at Cafe Chauveron which happens to be
more my style.
Dr. Joseph and Selma Hopen have been busy visiting their
three sons and attending family simchas. They flew to Atlanta.
(Dave Yorra happened to be on the same flight.) Youngest son
Craig is a pre-med student at Emory University. They saw
pretty Jill Finder who also attends Emory. Flew on to Phila-
delphia where they enjoyed the Bar Mitzvah of one nephew and
the confirmation of another. Son Gary, a graduate of Jefferson
Medical School, joined the family. After completing a research
fellowship in diabetic rhetinopathy at Baylor University in
Houston, Tex., Gary wi^f begin his residency in ophthamology
at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. In between, he
will find time to tour Israel with Rabbi Morton Malavaky.
Oldest son Stuart, an alumnus of Princeton, graduates from the
University of Florida Law School.
With all thSe dining and traveling, Joe may become an easy
mark in his regular tennis series with Dr. Joe Badat.
Meanwhile, Selma returned just in time to help the
Education Committee of the Medical Auxiliary plan a surprise
congr 'ulatory party for Tobene Rosenthal who has just
receiv a coveted Doctorate Degree in Education. Somehow
Selm. nanaged to entice Tobene away from the "Natural Eats"
resta1 int to the party of 18 women waiting in the "Steak 'n
Ale."
'>ene and husband Dr. Stoyan Rosenthal recently relaxed
and i Dyed a cruise on their boat to Cat Cay. Dr. Richard and
Susa vliller were among the "fleet" of boaters on the ocean
voya^.'
re the 1967 War in Israel, Elaine Pittell became in-
vohn i trying to help Russian Jews. Six years ago she formed
the et Jewry Committee. Programs, letters, phone calls,
trip.-- Europe, Canada, telegrams, speakers, community in-
volv- it. all told the plight of the Prisoners of Zion and others
wanting to leave the Soviet Union. Her committee worked
tirel* iy Abe Hal pern, Jack Herman. Stan and Gail Spatz,
Barb. Stein, Roberta Karah, Beverly Hollander, Toby Lipton,
Hanr Schorr, Gail Cohen, Eleanor Handleman and Sheila
Katlii At long last Soviet authorities announced that dis-
siden' would be released from jail, and Jews could finally
emigrate from Russia. This year's total may exceed 50,000
Jewish people. The news was released only two days after Elaine
concluded her long term as chairperson of the Soviet Jewry
Committee.
Attorney Bill and Marilyn Groasbard announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Beth to Marc Katz. Beth, a University of
Miami graduate, is a communications intern at Channel 10.
Marilyn is a busy gal working at "Best Wishes" with popular Jo
Noble. Between her buying trips, Jo recently attended a family
reunion and Bar Mitzvah in Buffalo.
Sylvia and Bob Berman are new grandparents. Daughter
Grace and her husband Jim DeVita have a new little son, Jacob
Elijah ... A very special congratulations to Bruce and Susan
Fineman on the birth of their first child, a seven-pound baby
boy, Laurence Joel. Proud grandparents, former Hollywood
residents now living in Sunrise, are Elsie Fineman and Harry
and Horty Grossman More happy grandparents are Max
and Betty Oberman. who celebrated the Bat Mitzvah at Temple
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Solel of their granddaughter Susan Cheryl Emmer. Susan at-
tends Nova Middle School and is the daughter of Burt and Lynn
Emmer. In Great Neck, N.Y., the Obermans" son, Samuel, a
resident of Westfield and a graduate of the Wharton School of
Finance, was honored by the American Jewish Committee at a
testimonial dinner Best wishes to Barry Snyder as he
graduates cum laude from Tulane. Attending the commence-
ment in New Orleans were parents David and Diane Snyder,
brother Scott, sister Leslie and proud grandparents Irving and
Lillian Belson ... A big celebration marked the graduation of
Roy Geronemus from the University of Miami Medical School.
Dr. Norman and Nancy Atkin love to visit their vacation
home in Stockbridge, Mass. This trip they enjoyed a special
treat when they also attended son Jeffs graduation from
Amherst ... Dr. Morton and Estelle Croesman have returned
from Philadelphia. Mort was given the Award of Merit by the
University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine for 50
years of distinguished service. Through the Crossman Com-
prehensive Clinic of Oral Health Care, the poor and needy now
receive dental services ... At Nova High School 1980 Senior
Class officers were announced: Debbie Meline, president;
Sherrie Grentiz, vice president; Valerie Klein, secretary; Sharon
Bresser, treasurer. Junior Class officers will be Risa Mish,
president; Laura Greenwald, vice president; Nancy Manulkin,
secretary. Elected as officers for the Class of 1982 are Sara
Singer, president; Dana Klein, vice president; Adam Goodman,
secretary; and Caryn Grossman, treasurer. Talk about Women's
Lib! I think that the boys have let the girls take over all the
work!
Dr. Bob and Mimi Sabra have been married for 25 years,
and 60 close friends and family, including children Mindy, Jody,
and David planned a surprise celebration. Son Ricky is out of
town at college. Mimi and Bob had insisted on spending the
weekend at their vacation townhouse in Fort Pierce. A
mysterious letter arrived from a non-existent exterminator
advising them of a sudden termite invasion, so they were forced
to remain home. Muni's sister Phyllis and husband Seymour
Levin and brother Dr. Sandy Yankow were there as well as
Mimi's mother, Julia Yankow. Bob's brothers, Ed, Hal and wife
Dorothy and parents Ben and Mary Sabra enjoyed the dinner
and dancing at the Hollywood Beach Country Club. The music
was reminiscent of the good old tunes played 25 years ago. Bob
is a multi-faceted comedian and musically talented dentist who
has participated in many Hollywood Playhouse theatrical
productions.
Attention: The next column will focus on our young people
who are graduating. Please send names, details, and future
plans of these worthy young men and women so that "naches"
can be given to their families. Mail this and all other vacation
plans, anniversaries, etc., to Spotlight On You, c/o Jewish
Federation of South Broward, 2719 Hollywood Boulevard,
Hollywood, Florida 33020.
Graduation at
Temple in the Pines
The first graduation ceremony
of the Early Childhood Program
of Temple in the Pines was held
recently. Ellen Heilig. director of
the school, extended greetings;
and Rabbi Bernard Shoter,
spiritual leader, and Justin
Weininger. president, presented
diplomas to: Dawn Aliano,
Aryeh Blum, Jennifer Clifton,
Lawrence Cohen, Jennifer
Libman. Caryn Michaelsl, Molly
Beth Rich, Adam Sabety, Lisa
Wald and Eric Wrobleski.
Temple president. Sidney F.
Schri-idell. invites inquiries
regarding membership in
congregation, Men's Club, early
childhood program and religious
school.
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I Graduates from I
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Howard L. Wein, son of Mr.
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wood, was among approximately
300 students graduating April 28
in spring commencement
ceremonies from the University
of Tampa. He received a Bachelor
of Science degree, with Special
Senior Honors. He majored in
biology.
Wein was president of Circle K
(community service organiza-
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Club, and a member of Phi Eta
Sigma (freshman honor
society).
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ly, June 16,1979
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
'Don't Pressure Israel, Zionists Tell Carter
y
and Mrs. David Hausen were the recipients of the Israel Bonds
i Ministers Club Award in recognition of their several decades of
lication to the economic development of the State of Israel through
eir purchase of Israel Bonds. Making the presentation is Harry
en, right.
CHICAGO (JTA) The
national executive committee of
the Zionist Organization of
America concluded a two-day
meeting here with the adoption of
a statement urging President
Carter not to pressure Israel to
accept a "PLO state." The
resolution was also highly critical
of remarks made in Israel by
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance.
The statement, issued by ZOA
President Ivan J. Novick and
executive committee Chairman
Alleck A. Resnick, called on
Carter to make it clear "Israel
will not be pressured to accept a
PLO state, now or in the future."
REFERRING TO Vance's
remarks in Beersheba, the ZOA
said the Administration "directly
and by implication" had invited
the Palestine Liberation
Organization to participate in the
negotiations on autonomy for the
West Bank and Gaza Strip. It
called the remarks "ill-conceived,
unwarranted and a counter-
productive intrusion .that
could severely jeopardize the
peace process."
At the closing banquet, Rep.
Philip Crane (R., 111.), a candidate
for the Republican presidential
nomination, promised the ZOA
he would back a plank in the 1960
Republican platform urging the
transfer of the U.S. Embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
AT THE opening meeting,
Rep. Christopher Dodd (D.,
Conn.) was critical of the role
being played by Saudi Arabia in
the Middle East and noted that
and Mrs. Charles Gerd received the State of Israel Generation
Lward at an Israel Bonds Night in Israel held in their honor at the
Residential Towers. The Gerds were honored for their many years of
fervice to Israel and the local Jewish community. The presentation is
kade by Harry Rosen, left.
Hollywood Commissioner Nicki Grossman and husband Judge Mel
Grossman were recipients of the State of Israel Generations Award in
recognition of their outstanding service to Israel and the local Jewish
community. The Grossmans were honored at a Night in Israel held at
Beverly Hills. From left: Phil Singer, Commissioner Grossman, Judge
Grossman and Mrs. Singer.
Ask Abe
By Abe Hal pern
Addenda No. 2: Regarding the question
I submitted by Sylvia Leder of Hallandale, "How
and when did the custom of Siyyum start? (Ask
Abe, Jewish Floridian and S ho far. May 18, 1979,
[page 6):
Immediately upon publication of the above
I column I received serveral communications of
memorable experiences. I am pleased to share the
following two letters with my readers.
Dear Abe,
I have experienced the privilege and pleasure of
I your column these past years, and also the
I personal attention you have given to my queries
I from time to time-
Recently you wrote on the origin and meaning
I of a Siyyum and you showed your usual in-
Idefatigable effort and energy (quoting sources,
It'll-. I and detailing the results in your column.
AS YOU stated in your column, study groups
[often plan if possible, to complete a Talmud
I Tractate on the day before Passover, the 14th day
| of Nisan.
According to our tradition a B'chor (firstborn
I male) is required to fast on the eve of Pesach until
Jthe Seder. However, if he participated in a
ISiyyum followed by a Seudah Mitzvah, a joyous
I festive meal, he is exempt from the obligation of
fasting.
Your column brought to mind pleasant
I memories of my younger days. As a B'chor I
participated at a local synagogue in a Shachris or
morning prayer service on Erev Pesach (the day
before Passover). We were all seated at a long
table, at the head of which sat the Rebbe or
learned man who had made a special practice of
studying the Tractate of the Talmud or Biblical
portion, timing the final portion to coincide with
I this particular morning. He then proceeded to
j conclude his study with a Siyyum.
THOSE WHO were in attendance including the
I firstborn, listening and participating, then had a
Ishnapps and some lekach, thus breaking the fast
land at the same time being exonerated from their
[responsibility of fasting throughout the day.
Thank you once again for the education, ex-
Iperience and pleasure I have gained from your
|writings. I remain respectfully your friend.
Dr. A. David "Dave" Smith
Hollywood
|Dear Abe,
Your "Ask Abe" column in a recent issue of
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar in which you
discussed Siyyumim the marking of a happy
occasion in our Jewish observances, vividly
recalled my first memories and experiences of a
Siyyum Torah.
THE OCCASION was the dedication of a new
Sofer Torah (Torah Scroll) that my grandfather
was presenting to our synagogue, Agudath
Achim, in Schenectady, N.Y. The year was 1913.
My grandfather had just returned from an
exhilarating visit to his relatives in Pinsk and
Kobrin, Russia his first return after migrating
25 years previously.
Before going to the synagogue for the evening
ceremony, our entire family (aunt, uncles and
cousins) gathered at my grandparents' home for a
Sudeh, a happy feast.
At the ceremony in the synagogue, the
privilege of having a specific letter inscribed, to
complete the Sofer Torah, a professional scribe, or
Sofer inscribed the letter. My father bought the
privilege of the letter Tet for me, my Hebrew
names being Todress. I was awe-stricken as I
stood there and watched the Sofer inscribe my
letter. Experiencing such traditional events and
customs has forged and perpetuated the bonds of
our religion.
AS A REGULAR reader of your column, I
have followed the answers and discussion to the
diverse question submitted to you. My knowledge
and understanding of our Jewish customs and
heritage have been enhanced and enriched.
Your column recently passed an important
milestone. Congratulations, and keep up with
your fine scholarly work.
With my best personal regards.
Sincerely,
TedLifaet
Hollywood
I wish to express my thanks and appreciation
to Dr. Smith and Ted Lifset for their heart-
warming recollections. This kind of letter makes
it a pleasure for me to continue research into the
questions submitted. Please continue to send me
your questions and your comments.
Please send all questions to:
ASK ABE
c/o Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Florida 33020
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The Juvenile Diabetes
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sponsorship of a professional
Coin and Stamp Show to be held
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Sunday. June 17, between noon
and 5 p.m. The show helps
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Puppet Plays Set
The Hollywood Branch
Library, 26th Ave. and Holly-
wood Blvd., plans puppet plays
Three Wishes" and "Three Billy
Goats Gruff at the library on
Thursday, June 21, from 3 to
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Congress had been assured that
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Religious
Directory
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land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
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Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin
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PEMBROKE PINES
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