The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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

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

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^Jewish Meridian
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
9 Number IP
Hollywood, Florida Friday, September 7.1979
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retold Scenario
StraussSeen
Stronger Than
EverasEnvoy
Mrs. Newman Called to Washington
3EPH POLAKOFF
IHINGTON -
Robert Strauss,
Carter'8 special
East envoy,
from the chaos of
lideast policy as
le analysts charac-
le Carter Adminis-
strongman and
[counselor in the
pel negotiating
these analysts
, not only fore-
the Administra-
posal to introduce
compromise pro-
Palestinian rights
Security Council
rejected by Israel
it turned out, by
well.
1 made it clear before
a three-day shuttle
mission to Israel and Egypt that
the Egyptian-Isreal negotiations
and the Camp David agreements
might founder if the U.S. did
anything less than veto any
resolution the pro-Palestine
Liberation Organization rep-
resentatives and allies might
propose in the Security Council
that would bring the Palestinians
into the settlement process.
Returning from Cairo and
Jerusalem with the strongly
negative reactions by President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt and Prime
Minister Menachem Begin of
Israel to the U.S.-proposed
resolution, Strauss minced no
words in again denouncing the
idea and in calling for it to be
abandoned.
Israel's objection to anything
that might enhance or increase
PLO influence is well known. But
it was Sadat who termed the
Carter Administration's idea for
a new resolution on Palestinian
rights "stupid" and noted that it
Continued on Page 15
South Broward's Newest
Synagogue Housed At
Pines Middle School
tide is one in a series
! serve to acquaint you
religious facilities
to South Broward
A different
on will be featured
Iamywilpon
Igh being in on the
fcor of any organization
gainful, the excitement
Ws make it all worth-
said Rabbi Bennett
i of Temple Beth Emet,
[Broward's newest
is only
old,
liet has
ling re-
school
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Pines
School,
[Douglas
embroke
Rabbi Greenspon
eligious school teaches
from kindergarten
tenth grade. It is the
jgregation in the area to
[school taught completely
lunteers. The Sunday
has 100 students enrolled
Upcoming year, and 30-40
'involved in the Hebrew
program. Confirmation
| are also offered for those
}pper grades.
nple Beth Emet is a
knit group. When you
nt with 13 families, there is
bound to be closeness. Very large
synagogues sometimes lose the
personal touch that is so im-
portant," Rabbi Greenspon
remarked. "We are also a demo-
cratic congregation. Anyone can
preach from the pulpit, as long as
I know in advance. During the
High Holidays, almost every
Torah portion will be introduced
and commented on by a different
member of the congregation."
HAVING grown to 75 families,
more is being done to reach the
rest of the community, according
to Rabbi Greenspon. "With the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, we are planning adult
education classes on Sunday
mornings, so the children realize
that Jewish education is not just
for them.
"Young Maccabbeans, a
father-child program modeled
after the Indian guides, will be
started, as will youth groups and
family education programming,"
Rabbi Greenspon added.
He feels in order for a
synagogue to be a viable force in
the community, it must be inter-
generational. "We are trying to
reach older members of the com-
munity as well as young. We
would like to grow enough to
provide everyone with special
needs: day care, college pro-
grams, senior youth groups and
senior citizen programs," Rabbi
Greenspon explained.
"We are finally overcoming our
biggest problem becoming a
visible part of the community.'
Joyce Newman, president of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, attended a recent
briefing by President Carter,
Director of National Security
Zbigniew Brzezinski and General
Seignious on the SALT II
agreement.
The purpose of the meeting for
the 200 Floridians who attended
was to convince them of the
importance of the treaty and
hope that they, in turn, would
convince their Congressmen.
"I found President Carter to be
both knowledgeable and
charismatic. It was an honor and
a privilege to be invited to at-
tend," said Mrs. Newman.
Brzezinski and Carter both
spoke and then opened the floor
for questions and answers.
"The United States was the
primary military force in the
world during the 40's and 60s,
but the same is not true today.
We need the SALT agreement
now to catch up with the Soviets,
and we would be much better off
if it is signed," commented Mrs.
Newman.
"All three men agreed that we
have the proper surveillance
necessary to monitor the Soviets,
making sure that they live up to
their part of the deal. I would fee)
more comfortable if the President
made this known to the Senate
Committee so that when it comes
up for debate, they have facts to
base their votes on.
"The biggest problem with the
arms agreement is the cost. In
order to equalize the Americans
and the Soviets military, there
must be a big arms build-up on
our part. This would mean an
added 85-10 billion to our
national budget. It just seems
paradoxical to me that in order to
achieve peace, we much make
more weapons.
"South Florida's rapidly
growing population is considered
important and influential by
President Carter in his search for
spheres of influence among the
American people. This is
testimony to the growing
strength of the Jewish com-
munity, and we need to show this
strength by getting actively
involved and interested in the
arms negotiations," she con-
cluded.
History Aired
Wallenberg's Sister
Says Russians Lie
By RICHARD YAFFE
London Chronicle Syndicate
Mrs. Nina Lagergren of
Stockholm, half-sister of
diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, who
disappeared more than 30 years
ago in the Soviet Union's
notorious "Gulag Archipeligo,"
has brought her activities to free
hiip tn the United States,
following her successful cam-
paign to form Free Wallenberg
committees in Britain and
elsewhere.
In Britain, the committee is
headed jointly by Mr. Greville
Janner, QC, MP, and Winston
Churchill, MP. In America, it is
presided over by Sen. Daniel
Patrick Moynihan of New York,
Frank Church of Idaho,
Claiborne Pell of Rhode Island,
and Rudy Boschwitz of Min-
nesota.
Wallenberg, based in Budapest
during the war, was approached
by President Roosevelt and
asked to do what he could to save
Hungarian Jews from depor-
tation to the Nazi death camps.
Wallenberg agreed. His work in
Hungary, it is agreed, was of
heroic proportions.
FEARFUL THAT the Nazis
planned the extermination of the
Hungarian Jewish community,
he used his diplomatic status to
issue special Swedish passports
to thousands of Jews scheduled
for deportation. He also bought
houses in Budapest with his own
money, and had them declared
"safe houses" for Jews waiting to
escape.
He traveled for days through
Hungary to save Jews from a
Nazi-ordered death march to
Austria, successfully demanding
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Congressman Edward J. Stack, center, talks with Nat Pritcher, chair-
man of the Community Relations Committee, and Joyce Newman,
president of the Jewish Federation of South Broward, prior to
speaking at the Aug. 21 meeting of the Community Relations Com-
mittee of the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
Eighty South Broward residents prepare lor departure on the Jewish Federation of South Broward's first
Family Mission. The Mkwka, led by Dr. and Mrs. Saul Singer, was held from Aug. 9 20. See related
photoe on Pages 8 and 10.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Holtywood
Friday, September 7.1979
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From left axe Harvey and Barbara Feldman, Toby Greenberg, Mariann and Martin Soanick. Dr. and Mrs.
Herb Brizel were the hosts.
From left are Dave Housen, Jean Gerd, Min Kaplan and Syde Housen. The Housens were hosts of the
parlor meeting.
Seated from left are Jean Spector, Lillian Epatein and Dora Gottatein. Standing from left are Irene
Holtzman, Samuel Spector, Herman Glaaberg, Solis Cantor, Sol Kitzis and Sydney Holtzman. The
Holtzmans were the hosts of the parlor meeting.
Coffee House
Attention College Students 8 SeasonBegins

During the course of the school year, the Jewish Federation
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hometown events.
Please fill in the form below and mail to:
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Women's Division
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House season, sponsored by the
Israeli Information Desk of the
Jewish Federation of South
liioward. will open Sept. 8 at 9
p.m. al the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center, 2838
Hollywood Boulevard.
The entertainment will include
a bully dancer and a singer.
A backgammon tournament
will In held, with first prize !>eing
j'i'J value from l.uria & Son,
.econd pri/.e donated from Jaffa
Gale in the Diplomat Mall and
thiid prize *28 value from
Jerusalem Gate in the Hollywood
Pavilion Center.
Admission is $'2.00
The public is invited to attend.
hi.j.n
Nathan Pritcher (left) and Irene Batt display a wall hanging which
will be on permanent display at the Jewish Federation of South
Broward. The artist, Mrs. Batt, was commissioned to do the piece
with monies from friends and family who had made donations to the
Arline Pritcher Memorial Fund. The hanging is woven with cotton and
acrylic, with "Eshet ("hail," meaning "Woman of Valor" in Hebrew.
Moscow Officials Warn of
Western Contamination
David Shipler has reported in
The New York Times that "the
head of the Moscow City party
committee warned citizens
against succumbing to the ido-
logical contamination when
thousands of foreigners pour into
the Soviet capital for the Olympic-
Games next year."
The Communist official, Viktor
(irishin, said that "while hos-
Federation Needs You!
There are volunteer positions available at the Jewish
Federation of south Broward for qualified volunteers with
excellent typing and clerical skills. Interested applicants should
contact Nancy Mullins at 921-8810.
pitality must be shown, so must
resistance to alien ideas."
This was one of the first signs
of nervousness shown by the
leadership over the impact of the
300,000 foreigners expected next
July for the Olympic Games. In
the same talk, (Irishin also
scolded writers for their in-
sufficient efforts to glorify Soviet
life and denounce foreign views.
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
rage.
Sister Charges Soviets Lying About Diplomat
Continued from Page 1
their return to Swedish
protection in Budapest.
When the Red Army liberated
Budapest in 1946, Wallenberg
''was promptly arrested, whisked
off to Moscow and sentenced to
prison, without trial, for
espionage. The Soviet Govern-
ment has since maintained that
Wallenberg died in prison in
1947, but persistent rumors have
indicated he is alive somewhere in
the "gulag."
MRS. LAGERGREN is so
convinced, she told a press
conference arranged for her by
the American Jewish Committee,
presided over by the
organization's president, Richard
Maass. She cited evidence that
has strengthened her conviction:
A book, The Feather in My
Hand, by Carl-Frederik Palrn-
stierns, which states that
Wallenberg was known to be
alive as late as 1962 on Wrangel's
Island, north of Eastern Siberia.
People on this island are usually
declared legally dead.
Alexander Solzhenitzyn, the
Nobel laureate whose expose of
the "Gulag Archipeligo" brought
this notorious prison system to
the attention of the world, told
the Wallenberg family that he
believed Wallenberg to be alive
and urged them to enlist the help
of Jewish organizations in a
fiublic campaign to establish his
ate.
A report from Simon
Wiesenthal, head of the Vienna
Documentation Center and
V
NCJW to Honor Anne Kolb
Hollywood Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, will
present Commissioner Anne L.
Kolb with the Hannah G.
Solomon Award at a meeting to
be held on Monday, Sept. 17, at
12:30 p.m. at Temple Sinai, 1201
Johnson St., Hollywood.
This award, named after the
NCJW founder, is being
presented to Ms. Kolb "for her
outstanding service in environ-
mental protection in Broward
County."
The public is invited.
scourge of Nazi was criminals,
that he had at least one reliable
witness to the fact that
Wallenberg did not die in 1947, as
the Russians have reported. He
quoted an Austrian Jewish
physician, Dr. Menachem Melzer,
who said they he treated
Wallenberg in a labor camp at
Vorkuta after the date when the
Russians say he died.
'Learn-In'Set for
Women's Division
Gene Greensweig, executive
director of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education, will conduct a
six weak "learn-in" for the
leadership of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
Women's Division, according to
Bobbie Levin, vice president in-
service.
"His topic will be "Israel
The Transitional Years," ex-
plained Mrs. Levin. "The six
week program will begin on Sept.
19 and will offer inspirational
reward for all the work our
leadership does throughout the
year. Greensweig taught a highly
successful course last year on The
Source. THis is a natural follow-
up."
Dr. Atkin to Host Reception
Dr. Norman Atkin, President's
Mission chairman, will host a
cocktail reception honoring Joel
Breslau, National UJA Missions
chairman, Tuesday, Sept. 18.
"Attendees will have the
opportunity to hear Breslau
discuss the Oct. 28 Nov. 2
President's Mission to Israel,"
explained Dr. Atkin. The Mission
is held under the auspices of the
UJA and the president of the
Stale of Israel, Yitzak Navon.
Dr. Atkin

Judaica High School Begins
Local Women Attend Hadassah Conclave
Representing the 2,600
Hollywood Chapter of Hadassah
members, Mrs. Leon Brauser, the
chapter president, attended the
G.'iih annual convention of
Hadassah held at the Palmer
House in Chicago from Aug. 19
through 22. Mrs. Arthur Marcus
of the Sabra / Scopus Group and
Mrs. Pauline Heyman Strauss of
ili.- Presidential Group also
attended as official delegates.
The convention's opening day
was lughlighted by an address by
Prof. Yigael Yadin, Deputy
Prime Minister of Israel.
Among the other speakers
during the convention was Dr.
Kalman J. Mann, director
general of the Hadassah Medical
Organization, who discussed the
latest medical developments as
well as the urgent medical needs
in Israel.
The Tuesday evening banquet
featured the presentation of the
annual Henrietta Szold award.
" Every phase of Hadassah s
projects was reported in depth in
workshops during the four-day
convention, and a film theater
was open continuously for
presentation of Hadassah's latest
productions. Another highlight
was the newest Israel Fashion
Show.
Hollywood Judaica High
School classes will begin during
the week of Sept. 9. The schools
participating in the program are
Temple Beth El, Temple Beth
Shalom, Temple Israel of Mira-
mar, Temple Sinai and Temple
Solel.
In preparation for the first two
months of school. Dr. Diana J.
Reisman, the consultant from
Central Agency for Jewish
Education to the South Broward
Jewish4Federation, reported that
a workshop was held at Temple
Beth Shalom for all area teachers
on Wednesday, Aug. 29.
The evening started at 6 p.m.
with 72 rabbis, educational
directors and teachers in atten-
dance. After supper, registration
and greetings, the first session
started with three workshops
running concurrently. They were:
"Crafts for the Holidays," con-
ducted by Harriet Lapidus;
"History and Customs of the
Holidays," conducted by Rabbi
Avrom Drazin; "Teaching the
Values of the Holidays,' con-
ducted by Stephanie King.
The second session began with
"Diagnosing Student Abilities,"
conducted by Dr. Deborah Lerer;
"Teaching the Holidays through
Hebrew," conducted by Shula
Ben David; "Hands On"
Seminar for the holidays, con-
ducted by Ruth Levow.
Richters to Lead *Growth Group'
Itubbi and Mrs. Harold Richter
will present an eight session
"Growth Group" beginning
Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 7:30 p.m.,
under the sponsorship of the
Hollywood Recreation Depar-
tment, 2030 Polk St., Hollywood.
The topics to be discussed will
include: Improving the Quality of
u relationship and com-
munication, dealing with dif-
ferences such as anger and
jealousy, learning the art of
joyful solitude, closing the doors
on bygone relationships, and
dealing with the difficulties of
aK>ng parents.
Ilubbi Richter received his BA
from the University of Miami and
Ins MA in counseling psychology
from Goddard College. He
studied pastoral psychology at
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
tunned with O'Connel Gestalt
Therapy in Miami, with the
workshop Institute of Living and
Learning in New York, with Dr.
Elizabeth Kubler Ross Life and
Death Workshop in San Antonio,
and attended the Psychosyn-
thesis Institute in California.
He is the chaplain for the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, on the staff at the
South Florida State Hospital,
past president of the South
Florida Chaplains Association,
and vice president of the Florida
Chaplains Association.
Devora Richter also trained
with O'Connel Gestalt Therapy
and is a group counselor and teen
counselor for the Community
Counseling Center and par-
ticipated in workshops at the
Psychosynthesis Instutute in
California.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday .September 7, 1979
Death as Boomerang
In the worst sense of the word, there is
something medieval about world revolutionaries in
the cause of "freedom," meaning freedom as only
they see it, who shout "Death!" to their enemies.
An example is the nauseous demonstration of
some 150 American Blacks this week before the
Israel Mission in New York City, who called for
death to Israel, Zionism and just about every other
symbol of their rage they could muster.
We had hoped that this sort of demented
behavior would be avoided in our own country, where
there is an equally rich and varied history of political
dissent and disagreement without violence.
Instead, they seek to rekindle the flames of their
revolution in the 1960's which, in the end, consumed
even one of their own sacred leaders, Dr. Martin
King, Jr., in an ironic twist of fate ironic in the
sense that Dr. King was opposed to violence above
all things.
We could remind the Black demonstrators this
week that violence begets violence or that those who
live by the sword shall perish by the sword. But these
are aphorisms whose meaning has been blunted by
unjudicious repetition.
Iran is a better example. Many of those who
cried "Death to the Shah!" and who were violent in
the cause of the Ayatollah Khomeini are themselves
dead now, long since judged guilty of some unnamed
revolutionary miscarriage by the very change they
believed would liberate them from ODDression.
Dr. Goldmann To Go A'Calling
There is something of the senile in Dr. Nahum
Goldmann's persistent public statement that he
would not hesitate to meet with PLO Chief Yash-
Arafat if an invitation to him to do so were
forthcoming.
Dr. Goldmann's persistence has the vocal edge
of aged petulance and egotism to it which, in itself,
would be his own business but for the fact that
neither the world, nor Yasir Arafat more specifically,
can forget that he is former president of the World
Jewish Congress.
In our view, Dr. Goldmann will do inestimable
harm to Israel, and in the wake of the Andrew Young
cause celebre and the Pandora's Box that has
opened, if he manages in the end to meet with Arafat.
It is specious for him to reason that today he is
a private citizen, no longer identified with the WJC
and therefore able to do just exactly what he wants.
Neither Arafat nor the rest of Araby sees him this
way, and the propagandist^ coup in their favor such
a meeting would bring is incalculable.
'Holocaust' Again
We note with interest the second national
showing of Holocaust due beginning Sept. 10 on
NBC. We say "interest" because we do not waver
from our original evaluation of the TV melodrama as
a fictional representation of the Jewish agony during
the Hitler era with little connection to historical
accuracy.
On the other hand, we have never hesitated to
report and observe upon the incredible impact of
Holocaust showings in Europe and especially
Germany, where the production led to an enormous
raising of consciousness to the genocidal murder of
the six-million.
If it is melodrama and frank soap opera methods
that were needed to achieve this end, then the pro-
duction deserves praise without searching for other
reasons to criticize it either historically or ar-
tistically.
Long may it run.
Christian Voice: Juggernaut
TELEVISION'S evening news
the other night featured a presen-
tation on the Christian Voice as
an outfit determined to rally
Christians around fundamental-
ist biblical principles.
Once organized, they would be
lobbied by Christian Voice tele-
vision and radio programs and
Christian Voice publications on
major political issues and told
how to vote on these issues and
which candidates to support as
representative of the Christian
point of view.
What the TV newscast did not
report was that Christian Voice is
a rapidly-growing, extreme right-
wing organization headquartered
in Pasadena, Calif., with
seemingly unlimited resources to
proselytize against political
liberalism and its spokesmen.
IN ITSELF, to oppose
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and leadership is not necessarily
either bad or dangerous. These
are value judgments as naive as
preaching the "Christian view-
point," whatever that may be.
Besides, there are liberal prin-
ciples and leaders aplenty who
ought to have been sent out to
pasture long ago, so bankrupt are
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political point of view across the
board is very dangerous, indeed.
Its intent is to squelch opposition
and, in the hands of Christian
Voice, to squelch opposition in
dogmatic parochial terms.
In the end, given the pos-
sibility of success, Christian
Voice can call anyone or anything
of which it disapproves
"unChristian," and 50 or 60
million Americans whose minds
it hopes to enlist and enslave will
vote them out of existence.
POLITICAL liberalism, the
inaugural enemy of Christian
Voice, is just the beginning of the
joy ride. After that, there is the
whole nation which can come
under fire as "liberal" or "un-
christian" or anything else
Christian Voice may choose to
call the latest enemy if only
because neither what is "liberal"
nor "unChristian" has been
scientifically defined by the
organization, or even defined just
plain a priori.
Whatever Christian Voice dis-
approves of can be run over by
the most handy Christian
elephant. Simply charge it with
being "liberal" or "unChristian"
in the same way that the
Inquisition once dealt with these
juridical matters, or that Joe
McCarthy dealt with Com-
munists. No other categories are
really needed.
What was most objectionable
about the television report the
other night was that Christian
Voice was made to look like just
another one of those well-
intended, born-again Christian
operations whose adherents are
plain weary of evil in all places,
high and low, instead of the
extreme right-wing activist
political force it aims to be.
TO BEGIN with, Christian
Voice already has a registered
lobbyist in Washington. He is
Gary Jarmin, whose credentials
include five years in the same
Continued on Page 9-A
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Black-Jewish Struggle
It's Really a Struggle for All Americans
Friday, September 7,1979
Volume 9
15ELUL5739
Number 18
By LEEK-THORPE
If Black and Jewish relations
were what they should be, we all
would have seen that United
Nations Ambassador Andrew
Young's resignation is not an
ethnic or racial issue but a
national one that deserves to be
seen in that light.
Young's resignation would
never have become the issue it
has if it weren't for the more
serious underlying issue that
of relations between Blacks and
Jews and Blacks and whites.
Throughout the 1960s civil
rights movement. Blacks worked
together with Jews in a shoulder-
to-shoulder alliance to achieve
the common goal of better human
conditions for all: education,
employment, housing, and full
freedom to live as equal citizens.
Each group made its sacrifices
for the other, because it knew
that its common ideals depended
on just that, their commonness to
all. By definition, the abolish-
ment of racism, prejudice and
ignorance means for all peoples.
BUT BY the 1970s both
Blacks and Jews somehow had
become more passive and less
communicative, not only to each
other but on national and in-
ternational issues as well. There
has been less working together
and less speaking together to the
point that we not only address
issues as separate groups, but we
also have lost that basis of trust
that once assured us of our unity
in the struggle.
Andrew Young's resignation
only calls attention to just how
far Blacks and Jews have drifted
away from each other, from our
common goals, and from the time
when we were able to talk and
work together.
We have to rebuild the bridges
and reopen the lines of com-
munication quickly, honestly and
courageously. As one prominent
IIlack leader said, "We need to
have dialogs, not just one
dialog."
YOUNG'S PAST record as an
individual is also beside the
point; whether it was a fine
record or one flawed by mistakes,
his most recent action made his
resignation unavoidable. Young
had no choice but to resign, and
President Carter had no choice
but to accept that resignation
after Young held a meeting with
a PLO official and failed to in-
form the State Department, while
U.S. foreign policy is committed
not to speak to the PLO as long
as it refuses to acknowledge
Israel's right to exist.
And no wonder Israel objected
any nation so treated by the
government or representative of
its ally would have expressed its
anguish. Andrew Young himself
is irrelevant to the issue if he
had been a Jew, the same thing
would have happened.
But somehow, every time a
voice is heard on behalf of Israel,
it becomes a "Jewish" issue, and
therefore a Black-Jewish issue
this time, whereas in reality we
are talking about an issue for
America and for democracy
everywhere.
YOUNG'S RESIGNATION is
in fact as far as can be from being
a Black-Jewish'' issue at all.
But unfortunately, due to our
present strained relations, it is as
handy an incident as any to
throw into that other free-for-all,
as in fact Israel itself is so vic-
timized by that same senseless
conflict.
But if we can rise above the
rhetoric of who is to blame, the
real issues behind Young's
resignation are clear: the process
of U.S. foreign policy-making, its
integrity and consistency, the
welfare of the Middle East, and
above all, the peace America is
trying to establish there.
We must restore the relations
between Blacks and Jews so that
when events occur they will not
needlessly turn into racial or
ethnic causes but can be
discussed and resolved on the
merits of the issues themselves,
rather than what appears to be
the benefit to be had by special
groups at the expense of all of our
ideals.
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Soviet Resettlement Not Simple
Nothing is ever as simple as it
should be. The current exodus of
Jews from the Soviet Union
should be good news, news for
rejoicing, a matter for simple
happiness, like the parting of
clouds. But ask around among
officials of the Federations, the
Jewish Agency, and the United
Jewish Appeal, and you will hear
different stories about Soviet
Jews, none of them simple.
Currently, behind closed doors,
the resettlement is a subject of
dispute, a dispute that can only
grow more bitter in the coming
months as the number of refugees
rise.
And the numbers are rising
fast.
IN THE DECADE after
Stalin, a little better than 2,000
Jews were allowed to leave.
Hut in 1978, 28.000 Jews left.
And this year some say as many
as 50,000 Jews will leave the
Soviet Union.
Just why they are being
allowed out, no one really knows.
Probably the Soviets hope to
bettor their chances for trade
agreements, and for most
lavored-nation status, with the
Uniled Stales. Probably, too. the
release of refugees is calculated to
improve the Soviet image for the
I i.MI Olympic games in Moscow.
Those Jews must be greeted,
and processed, and escorted, and
transported, and greeted again in
iheir new home countries. They
must be resettled and retrained.
ALMOST ALL of the refugees
leave the Soviet Union on Israeli
visas. But lor each refugee, the
Soviet Jewry
first stop is in the city of Vienna.
And once in Vienna, the refugees
make some choices. Those who do
go to Israel (about 1/3 last year)
go to a camp run by the Jewish
Agency, and they can be in Israel
within 48 hours. Those going to
the U.S., Canada, or elsewhere,
are shepherded by the Joint
Distribution Committee (JDC)
and the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society (HIAS) from Vienna to
Rome, using funds provided in
part by the U.S. government and
in part by the American Jewish
community.
The refugees bound for
America are maintained in Rome
by II IAS while the U.S.
government process their visa
applications, and while III AS
mutches them up with a suitable
city or town in this country.
Now. of course, to clear up that
backlog. HI AS has to move out
many more and much faster then
before, because still more Jews
arrive in Home every day.
As everyone has heard by
now. a growing proportion of the
emigres are choosing the United
States over Israel. Of the 50.000
expected to leave Russia this
year, more than two-thirds
probably will opt for America.
THIS HAS been, and remain..
Update
Vladimir Tufeld is a 51-year-
old radio engineer. For two years.
lie and his wife, lsolda. have been
irinsed an exit visa, although
1 Ik ii son. Igor, has been allowed
to emigrate to Israel.
Vladimir has been in the
hospital ft"' 'he nast two months
with a serious back disorder that
may require dangerous surgery.
Recently, 27 other Moscow
ulusniks appealed to Leonid
Itie/.hnev.
Please write to Brezhnev and
to the Tufeld family:
I.oind Mre/.hnev
President, Secretary General
The Kremlin
Moscow, USSR
Vladimir Tufeld
Chkalova 41-2
Apt. 272
Moscow. USSR
The Tsimberov family of
U-ningrud applied twice early
this year to leave and were
rejected twice. They plan to
continue to apply until per-
mission is granted. Dr. Tsim-
beruv, a mechanical engineer, is
si ill employed but at a lower level
tlian before making a visa ap-
plication. His wife lost her job
immediately upon applying.
The family is especially
concerned for their son Dimitri
will graduate in June and will not
Ih- accepted at a university
because of the visa application.
When he turns 18 in the fall of
WHO. he will be eligible for the
Ii.ill Such eligibility and any
actions which could result may
well destroy the family's chances
of early emigration. The
Tsimberovs live at Ulitsa Korab-
kst lUiiteley 29 / 5 / 161,
a controversial point. Israel
needs manpower, and a large
proportion of the Soviets are
highly skilled.
Israel has to start from scratch
- building new houses and new
schools for the new arrivals. The
conventional estimate is that it
costs about $6,500 to settle a
family here, and $65,000 to settle
one in Israel. Under these cir-
cumstances, how could Israel
possibly absorb more?
Still, the Israelis hope to find
new ways of encouraging the
Russians to come. Recently they
took teenagers, who were backed
up in Home, for tours of Israel,
hoping the children would be
impressed and would relay their
impressions to their families in
Rome. Many were impressed.
Eventually, we may see a large
aliyah of younger Russian
emigres in America as well,
especially as they unlearn the
distorted information they
received; back in the USSR,
regarding conditions in Israel.
Jewish dollars: The money for
the Soviet Jews comes out of
monies raised in part by the
Jewish Federation of South
Hroward s Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign.
Public Dollars: The United
States appropriate a grant of $20
million dollars to help Americans
resettle refugees this year.
THE GRANT is of the mat-
ching type: In theory, it pays
back each local Jewish com-
munity 50 cents for every dollar
the community spends this year
on resettlement. But there is a
ceiling: the grant provides only
for a maximum payment of
31,000 per individual. In other
words, the communities are
reimbursed only for half of the
lirst 92,000 they spend per in-
di\ idual.
The communities spend far
more than the $2,000. though,
when one adds in hidden costs:
scholarships at Day Schools
(which cannot be applied to a
federal grant because of the
separation of church and state);
free medical care: time con-
tributed by countless volunteers.
And because of the cost of ad-
ministering the grant. the
communities receive somewhat
less than the $1,000 reim-
bursement.
At the most estimate. 50,000
emigres will exit the Soviet
Union this year, and from 25 to
33,000 will choose to come to the
Uniled States. If we spend $2 000
per individual, the resettlemenl
in the United States alone will
cost anywhere from $50 to $6
million. (Add in hidden costs and
the figure might be closer to $100
million.) Against such a figure,
the 16 million provided to the
Soviet refugees by the block
grunt will not prevent an in-
credible crunch on the American
Jewish community.
And in Israel, the 20.000 or so
new arrivals will cost con-
siderably more than $2,000 per
individual some say as much
as $20,000. $20,000 mutiplied by
20.000 people is 8440 million. The
entire amount raised by the local
Federation campaigns last year
was al>out $470 million, of which
National UJA received a little
more than $260 million.
THE SOVIET Jews will make
important contributions
wherever they are. The) are
resourceful. motivated. and
dynamic people: in many casev
highly educated, and in some
cases. o| stellar talent.
In the end. the story goes far
beyond budgets, details, and
hussies; beyond the niggling
questions of how to slice the pie.
Fifty thousand Jews are being
helped, and comforted, and given
homes this year. We have not
stood aside and let them
flounder. The great policy issues
aside, we can take pride in a
human job well done.
r'./'A'-w'ar*'. _
Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined
That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health.
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The Jewish Fhridian and Shoforof Ortater Hollywood
Friday, September?, 1979
Youth Reflections on JFSB Family Mission
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It was the night before Israel and all through the house
The mothers were packing and the children were out.
"Why do we have to go on this terrible trip?
We all thought our parents had really flipped!"
We got to the airport and to our surprise
We had to wear name tags and sing songs which brought heavy sighs.
On to Israel we flew with great speed
But none of us realized how great was the need.
As the music began and we made our descent
All the frowns on our faces Into smiles were bent.
The cries from our parents as they started to shout
Made some of us happy while others still pout.
Our first activity on the way to the hotel
Was to stop and plant trees.
But all we could think of was
"Where is the breeze?"
The King David is the finest hotel
Without any doubt,
But our belated room assignments
Proved UJA had no clout.
When we went to visit the Shrine of the Book
Few of us even cared to take a good look.
The reconstruction of the old city was an interesting sight
Even though with our parents we put up a fight.
The Arab market place was as gritty as could be
What was not to be smelled was sure there to see.
The Knesset was a disaster as we all discovered
And from the long lunch line we have still not recovered.
The experience at the absorption center was truly a sight
Until now we couldn't agree that our parents were right.
The next day to Massada we did depart
Wake up at 5:30 to get a head start.
Hotter than hell was the sun.
But Jerry and Scott had to run.
Although he was past the age of puberty
Mr. Pollack was Bar Mitzvahed and proud as can be.
While on Massada we heard a deafening noise above the crowd
We looked up and saw our Israeli jets instead of just clouds.
On to Eln Gedi and the Dead Sea
The walk to the waterfall,
Survival to the top was the key.
As we stood in the memorial service at Yad Vashem
The darkness opened our eyes.
The six million who died and suffered were
Jews until their last sighs.
How little we have suffered in comparison to them.
These were our thoughts when we were at Yad Vashem.
The military cemetery found all of us caring.
The ages on these graves, we were all sharing.
Off we went to the military base,
None of us really caring.
Every time we saw a group of soldiers
We wondered why they were staring.
We saw the tanks
And how things could really be rough
And came to the conclusion that the Israelis have to be tough.
When we went to the Golan Heights
Which stood up very tall,
Some of us with the soldiers got to play basketball.
But more important than that
When we saw the Syrian border below
The pride we felt about Israel
In our eyes began to show
We know it's the food that's made us so sick
Falafel may be good.
But there's not much else we'd pick.
Rolls and water were our nourishment
But at least to lomtll,
It gave no encouragement.
Our counselors thought that we were all spoiled brats
But when the caucus started,
We changed all that.
Ronny we really thought your songs were cute
Even though we all remained mute.
Mo-Moor Mu Mu
You answered to either one,
We loved you as a counselor
You were a lot of fun.
Anat your patience and smiles
We'll never forget,
If we had your musical talents
We'd be all set.
To all the guides, we'd like to say
We're not as spoiled as you thought .
That first day.
Now it's time to say thanks and goodbye
But we know our memories will never die.
Now that our trip has come to an end.
We finally realize that our minds could bend.
So to you our parents, we end on this note:
Thanks for bringing us and Lahltriot!
Richard Gi
Scott Levin
HekULiaa
IraLtae
Sharon Singer
Debbie RatieofT
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
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Mag Editor Threatens Suit;
Denies CIA Behind Symposium
Learn to Have Tun with Antiques'
TEL AVIV (JTA) David
Shaham, editor of New Outlook,
has threatened to institute a libel
suit against Labor Party Knesset
member Danny Rosolio for
implying that the symposium the
magazine was sponsoring in
Washington in October is being
financed by the CIA or other
United States government
agencies.
Shaham sent Rosolio a letter
demanding an official retraction
and apology or be sued for libel.
In order to do this, Rosolio's
Knesset immunity would have to
be revoked.
THE KNESSETER, an
emerging leader of the Labor
Party and secretary of the party-
sponsored Ichud HakvuUot
vthakibbutzim, made the im-
plication during a discussion
several days ago over whether
invited Labor Party Knesset
members should agree to
participate in the symposium. He
asked how a magazine with a
rather limited circulation can
Finance payments for a large
group of people to travel from
Israel to Washington.
Frances Friedman Resnick,
educator, appraiser and restorer,
will begin her fall series of "Fun
With Antiques" lectures at 9:30
a.m., Sept. 10 at Hollywood
Recation Center, 2030 Polk St.
Collectors and antique buffs
will learn the history and
background of fine antiques; how
to tell the real from the fake: the
Beth El Sisterhood
Luncheon Set
Jewish Special Education
Program Offered by CAJE
The second and final year of
the Jewish Special Education
Program is ready to begin. Last
year, 80 children participated in
the day and supplementary
classes.
The continuing success of
these classes, designed for
children with learning problems
who are eager to receive a Jewish
education, depends on com-
munity recognition and support.
Dr. Deborah Lerer, director of
special education for the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
has organized classes in day
schools, synagogue schools, as
well as community programs for
both Dade and South Broward
counties.
If you are interested in en-
rolling your child in a class of
Jewish Learning Disabled
youngsters, contact Dr. Deborah
Lerer at the Central Agency
office between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
any day during the week.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
have its opening luncheon
meeting of the season on
Tuesday, Sept. 11, in the Tobin
Auditorium of the temple,
Hollywood.
Ruth and Henry Zimmerman,
affiliated with the New York
School system, specializing in
physical education and dancing,
will present a program of
American and Israeli dances, as
well as line dancing. The Zim-
mermans have performed in this
area for numerous organizations.
Reservations will be accepted
from members and their house
guests only. The deadline is
Friday, Sept. 7.
difference between American and
English collectibles; how to do
research and how to make new
friends through this avocation.
She will discuss collectible
Judaica such as menorahs,
lallitzim and ancient kiddish
cups, holiday symbols and books.
The highlight of each meeting
is "show and tell." Participants
may bring a small treasure from
home for the teacher to evaluate
and for others to admire.
Mrs. Resnick holds an MA
degree in general education from
the University of Montreal. She
has been teaching for 25 years
and travels extensively.
Advanced registration is not
required.
Brandeis Women
Plan Book Sale
Brandeis University Women,
Hollywood Branch, is planning
the third year of its Book Sale,
scheduled in March.
The group is looking for all
types of books hard-cover
fiction, paperbacks, art books,
music and records, cookbooks,
books about science and
medicine, law and children's
books.
Chairman of the sale is Sylvia
Simons of Hallandale, chairman
of New Books for Old.
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New Soviet Law Affects Emigration
On July 1, a new Soviet
citizenship law went into effect
which will materially affect
Soviet Jews who apply to leave
for Israel.
The main points of the law are
that exit visas will not be granted
to citizens who have not served in
the armed forces, or, if they have
received higher education, have
not served in a state-directed
institution. Soviet Jews are more
afraid of the way the law can be
used than the law itself.
For example, would-be ap-
plicants who have sons who are
16 years old are already being
told their applications will be
delayed for two years until their
son is eligible for call-up, when
they will be faced with the choice
of leaving a son behind or waiting
the further two years of army
service plus whatever time is
classified after army service as
"security risk."
Gregory and Natalya
Kosenshtein, in speaking of the
new ruling, pointed out that "if
we add up the number of all the
families with young people who
would like to leave, we find that
there is an enormous percentage
of people who cannot even think
of applying for an exit visa.
Therefore, our son, Misha,
because of his age, is in this
dangerous zone. But it applies to
all young people starting at age
15.
It is stipulated that the law
may be applied in some cases and
not in others, at the discretion of
the authorities.
Therefore, we feel that when-
ever the law is not applied, it is
very important. If it is applied, a
large percentage of Jewish
families will not be able to leave
Russia. The fate of my family is
just an example and I would like
to tell my friends that our destiny
is in their hands."
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 7, 1979
Special Weekend Set for Temple Sinai
Friday evening, Sept. 7, marks
the beginning of a three-day
weekend with special guests and
events at Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood.
Services will take place in the
main sanctuary at 8 p.m. with
Rabbi Seymour Friedman of-
ficiating and Cantor Naftaly A.
Linkovsky chanting the liturgy.
Special speaker for this Friday
evening will be Henry Sender,
president of the Southeast
Region of the United Synagogue
of America. Flowers gracing the
pulpit have been sponsored by
Mrs. Louis Garber in memory of
her husband.
Saturday morning services will
begin at 9 a.m. with Rabbi
Friedman conducting the service
and Cantor Linkovsky chanting
the prayers. The sermon will be
delivered by Rabbi Benjamin Z.
Kreitman, executive vice
president of the United
Synagogue of America. The con-
gregation will be addressed by
Simon Schwartz, president of the
United Synagogue of America. A
special Kiddush following the
service in honor of the event will
be sponsored by Temple Sinai.
Hollywood JCC Announces
Preview of Fall Programs
The Hollywood Jewish
Community Center begins fall
program registration Monday,
Sept. 10. at its 2838 Hollywood
Blvd. building for the new
programs offered this fall.
The center also previews its
programming next Monday
through Thursday evenings
during its 'Welcome Week" and
on Sunday, Sept. 16 with a family
Open House" at Hollywood
Hills Elementary School.
The JCC is now offering its
largest program since its opening
in 1973. The special program on
Sept. 16 will be from 1-4 p.m. and
feature information on programs
for all ages and categories offered
this fall.
Most of the course instructors
will be present to answer
questions and to demonstrate
what will be learned through
their program. Entertainment
will be offered by Bill Swaim and
his Blue Grass Band. There also
will be Israeli music by Ron Ezry
and Disco demonstration. All are
welcome.
"Welcome week" will highlight
new programs during the week of
Sept. 10 13. Monday night will
offer information on children's
programs; Tuesday will be teen
program night; Wednesday,
family life and senior adult night;
and Thursday, adult program
night. These activities begin at 8
a.m.
The center offers new
programs such as a special
studies program (elementary-
aged tutorial service), parent-tot
recreation. Jewish crafts,
sculpture, drawing and painting,
cartooning all for younger
children: for teens, a new pilot
project "Big Brothers-Big
Sisters" with children from single
parent families, a new Spanish
enrichment program to better
acquaint teens with Latin
traditions; a new teen musical
workshop with a community
presentation performed on Nov.
G; special new sports programs in
soccer, flag football, and T BAU;
adults, bridge. Spanish, women's
awareness seminar, disco, diet
workshop and "dance-a-cize."
The JCC also will sponsor a
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sultants. The course is coor-
dinated by Dr. Mary Butterneld.
Sunday installation ceremony
for Rabbi Friedman will begin at
2 p.m. with the installing officer,
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, vice
chancellor of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary. Greetings will
be presented by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association; Rabbi David
Gaffney, president of the Rab-
binical Association; Rabbi
Samuel Z. Jaffe of Temple Beth
El; Rabbi Irvintr Lehrman,
honorary president of the Rab-
binical Assembly; Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, president of the
BrowardBoardof Rabbis; Cantor
Maurice Neu, president of the
Cantors Assembly; and Rabbi
David Shapiro, rabbi emeritus of
Temple Sinai.
Sunday evening, a Tribute
Dinner will take place in the
Haber Karp Hall at 7 p.m. The
keynote address will be delivered
by Congressman Benjamin S.
Rosenthal. Greetings will be
given from Mrs. Joyce Newman,
president of the South Broward
Federation, Mayor David
Keating of the City of Hollywood
and Mort Kushner, president of
Temple Sinai. Remarks will be
given by Mrs. Ina Wachman,
chairperson of the installation
festivities and Morton
Grebelsky, vice president of the
Southeast Region, United Syna-
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'Death to Zionismi
150 Blacks Demonstrate
Outside Israeli Quarters
NEW YORK (JTA) Chanting slurs against
Jews and the State of Israel, about 150 Black Americans,
American-Arabs and their sympathizers staged a two-
hour demonstration Monday afternoon in front of the
Israeli Consulate and Israel's U.S. Mission here. No
incidents were reported.
The demonstration was sponsored and organized by
the Black United Front as a protest, according to a press
release given to reporters during the demonstration,
against "the Zionist racist pressure which resulted in the
dismissal of Ambassador Andrew Young."
THE DEMONSTRATORS carried placards
denouncing Zionism as "racist and Fascist," and praising
the Palestine Liberation Organization. The demonstrators
also carried Palestinian flags, and some wore kaffiyehs
"he traditional Arab headdress.
"Death to Israel, death to Zionism, long live the
PLO," the demonstrators chanted vigorously, in response
to various speakers who demanded that the U.S.should
change its Mideast policy and recognize Palestine rights.
The leader of the Black United Front is the Rev.
Herbert Daughtry, who organized demonstrations last
summer against Hassidic Jews in the Crown Heights
section of Brooklyn.
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Traditions Award, at a dinner-
ball in his honor, on Sunday, Oct.
28. at the Diplomat Hotel,
Hollywood.
"B'nai B'rith is honored to
give this coveted award to such
an outstanding citizen," an-
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service organization. "His
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 7, 1979
Jewish Federation of So Broward's
First Family Mission to Israel


Bay, September 7,1979
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
oldmann Furor
Says He'd Meet With PLO's Arafat
3y YITZHAK SHARGIL
And GIL SEDAN
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Nahum Goldmann, the
^troversial Jewish leader
former president of the
kid Jewish Congress,
the center of a new
>r in Israel over reports
he might meet with
sLine Liberation Or-
lization chief Yasir
Arafat. Goldmann denied
the reports but with the
qualification that if he did
receive an invitation to
meet Arafat he would
accept it.
The incident began with a
report of a telephone interview by
The New York Times with Gold-
mann, who is currently in West
Germany, quoting him as saying
he might meet Arafat in Septem-
ber or October.
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Incheon noon, AAiramar Recreation Center, 6700 Miramar Pkwy. -
>nation $3.75 call 987-6210.
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ipt. 13
/ish Federation of South Broward Women's Division Shalom
|ommittee meeting 10:30 a.m. AAiramar Chapter Pioneer
/omen, regular meeting, special motion picture and prizes
>urtesy of Hollywood Federal Savings noon, Miramar Recreation
[enter, 6700 AAiramar Pkwy. call 989-7870.
>pt. 17
lywood Section, National Council of Jewish Women Hannah
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m. -TempleSinai, 1201 Johnson St. call923-4286.
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ipt. 20
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7:30 p.m. Southwest Chapter of Hadassah Henrietta Szold Group
regular meeting, open for new members 12:30 p.m. Miramar
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REACHED by telephone by
Yediot Achronot correspondent
Yeshayahu Ben Porat, Goldmann
said there were no plans now for
such a meeting. He told Ben
Porat that for "a long time" he
had been approached repeatedly
by "people suggesting such a
meeting, but nothing concrete
has been proposed, that he had
received no invitation from
Arafat, and that, "in any case, I
have not yet decided to accept or
reject such an invitation if it
comes."
In an interview on Israel
Radio, Goldmann again denied
that a meeting with Arafat had
been set but, on that interview,
he said that if he did get an in-
vitation, he would accept it.
Declaring on the radio inter-
view that "there are many people
Arabs, Europeans, Americans
who advise me to meet" with
Arafat, Goldmann defied his
critics. He said he once told
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
that, having resigned as
president of the WJC, "I am a
private person, and I can meet
whomever I want to meet." He
added that, "of course, I shall
report to Begin both before the
meeting and afterwards."
GOLDMANN added that, "in
principle," he opposed Israel's
position "that negates any talks
with members of the PLO." He
dismissed as neither "wise" nor
"realistic" the principle that "one
should not talk to terrorists in
order to persuade them to quit
terrorism. '
He expressed certainty that,
"in the long run," the United
States "will not stick to this
negative position."
He said that, if he did meet
Arafat, he would tell him that the
PLO "should cease from terror
and recognize Israel in the
borders which would be deter-
mined in an agreement on an
overall peace."
Goldmann also said he believed
"the majority" of the PLO was
ready to recognize Israel, "but
they are afraid of a split in the
organization." He said he tended
to agree with "my friends in the
Communist world and elsewhere"
that the PLO was keeping recog-
nition of Israel "as its last card"
which it did not "want to waste"
by acting "too early."
ACCORDING to press reports
abroad, Goldmann said he had
been encouraged to meet Arafat
by "a member of the Adminis-
tration in Washington whom I
am not at liberty to identify."
In Washington, following this
report, the State Department
promised to say whether the
Administration is designating
private individuals to make con-
tacts for it with the PLO. Gold-
mann's statement raised
questions on the larger issue of
whether the U.S. is having
private citizens wr. for Reaction in Israel was prompt
and sharp. Abraham Katz. Likud
Knesset member who is acting
chairman of the WZO, called or
Goldmann "on behalf of tht
Zionist movement," to refrair
from taking a step which "ma>
blemish his reputation."
HE WARNED that if Gold-
mann did meet Arafat, he would
take himself not only out of the
Israeli national consensus but
also "out of the world Jewish
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The Jewish Floridian and Shpfdrof Greater Hollyivood
Friday, September 7, 1979
South Broward Shalom
The Women's Division of the
JVwish Federation of South
Broward held its first Shalom
Reception of the 1979-80 season
al i lie home of Brenda and Andy
Greenman. More than 60 people
intended the reception which
welcomed newcomers and new
homo owners to South Broward.
The Shalom Committee
chairman is Louise Diamond. Co-
chairmen are Nancy Erlich and
Barbara Rosenberg.
Committee members
Wendy Benjamin,
Bolters, Bea Citron,
Cohan. Joan Cohen,
Shaloi
include
Phyllis
Helen
Doris
Dolchin, Karen Gavsie. Miriam
Ginsberg, and Joyce Gould. Also,
Marion Green. Joan Gross.
Suzanne Gunzberger, Dina Kaye.
Edna Jacobs, Audrey Meline,
and Carol Morgenstein. Also.
Beverlj Shapiro. Susan Singer.
lEnilh Tepper. Elayne Topolski.
Sally Weiss, Diane Synder and
Doltie Winnick.
The next Shalom reception is
scheduled for Oct. 6. Newcomers
to South Broward who are in-
terested in meeting their Jewish
neighbors should contact the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
From left are Fred and Audrey *
Klein.
Hosts, from left, Andy and
Brenda Greenman.
From left are Sand v and Kenny
Tate.
Seated from left are Karen and Hershel Gavsie, Naomi and Yossi
Netz. Standing from left are Carol and Karl Morgenstein, Louise
Diamond.
Seated from left are Gail and Jerry Shifrin, Harvey and Barbs..
Feldman. Standing from left are Richard and Elayne Topolski, Ira and
Enith Tepper.
From left are Dorri and Marc
Weiss.
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I, September 7,1979
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 18
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Christian Voice: Juggernaut
Continued from Page 4
city with the American Con-
Stive Union, another right-
outfit.
Icond, Christian Voice, still a
Jling organization, is already
|ucing a mountain of
gion features and "public
x" programs for broadcast
tie nation's UHF stations
a ted to religious content
ally and Christian view-
specifically. (South
da's is WHFT. Ch. 45.) Also
cable TV networks of such
lious matinee and nocturnal
as Pat Robertson, of the
Btian Broadcast Network's
[hub; and Jim Bakker, Praise
ord Network.
Surd, Christian Voice is cur-
preparing a Doomsday
irt for television showing on
various networks, which
eature Sen. Orrin G. Hatch
[Utah), a leading Mormon
ervative, and a member of
phristian Voice congressional
tory board, who declared
Dtly: "We think, we know
is a Christian nation, and
here to give voice to that
|t of view."
WILL be the aim of
\msday Report to emphasize
viewers the new organiza-
I's already extensive ties to
pranking legislators on Capitol
in addition to Sen. Hatch,
|se Republican senators:
Jim J. Humphrey, New
apshire; Roger W. Jepeen,
ra; James A. McClure, Idaho.
lo in the House of Represen-
Ives: presidential aspirant,
|ilip Crane, Illinois; Robert
man, California, a leading
^servative Roman Catholic;
I nine others.
In all, Christian Voice, only
pjntly organized by the Rev.
ert W. Grant, now claims a
|mbership of 100,000, including
ministers and priests
leading across some 40
nominations.
.'hai is more important are
30-odd-million "electronic
krch" television viewers to
sm Christian Voice is already
eading the gospel according to
|ant: "We believe that
erica, the last stronghold of
i Christian faith on this planet,
i come under increasing attack
|m Satan's forces in recent
RANT'S immediate enemies
I Strauss Defends
U.S. Rebuff
OfPLO
By JTA Wire Services
INEW YORK Robert
auss, President Carter's
bI Ambassador for Middle
st negotiations, defended the
uted States policy of not
I'kmg to the Palestine
tion Organization, but
he is seeking to bring
simians into the peace
Pn n interview on CBS-TV's
'Jhe Nation, Strauss also
-d that the Administration's
e*st policy ia in "disarray,"
wnced he will be deeply
Mved in the Lebanese
tion, and called for a cooling
Black-Jewish tension in the
' 1 of the resignation of
ew Young as Ambassador
|Ue United Nations.
Irauss' comments on the PLO
fter he was asked about
(" statement in his
hctory address to the UN
urity Council last Friday that
||M ridiculous" not to talk to
rU> Strauss said the U.S.
i cant talk with people who
F"* U) ai'tept the existence of
people."
include separation of church and
state. He aims to put God and
prayer back into the public school
system, and he sees this as s
struggle against his belief that
"Everywhere we turn, Christian
values are assaulted and are in
retreat. As Christians, we are not
going to take it anymore."
But Grant's enemies also
include rapprochement with the
Soviet Union as defined by SALT
II and U.S. policy in Zimbabwe
Rhodesia and in Taiwan, where
"Christian allies were thrown to
the wolves."
Many people, not necessarily
Christian and many of them self-
proclaimed liberals, would agree
with Grant if only on these last
two issues, but it is Grant's
deliberate exclusion of them from
his philosophical ranks if not
from the ranks of his faithful, and
his labeling of them as "Satan's
strategy" and as "the new gospel
of permissiveness," that make
him and the movement itself so
dangerous. In his intention only
to support conservative Christian
political candidates and to op-
pose liberals, he has thrown down
an unmistakable gauntlet.
JUNE TOTTEN, of the Wash-
ington Interreligious Staff
Council, calls Christian Voice "a
distortion of religious values."
Speaking for the Council, which
is a coalition of Protestant,
Catholic and Jewish sentiment,
Totten declares that "It (Chris-
Voice have in mind for the Jews?
A mere sampling of Christian
Voice television fare makes sly
but constant reference to
Golgotha, the Pharisees, the
Sanhedrin and the "businessmen
of the Temple" as the "enemies of
tian Voice) seems to be a vary
politicized group (that) .
could lead to bigotry."
Totten is right. Christian Voice
aims to divide, not unite. Ideo-
logical architect Jarmin
separates American Christendom
between liberals, whom he labels
"a tiny minority" inconsistent
with the principles of Chris-
tianity, and the majority who are
"basically conservative."
What, indeed, must Christian
Jesus" and of Christianity today.
IF, as Grant and Jarmin
expect, the object of Christian
Voice is to put contemporary
American political issues into
"Christian language" for grass-
roots America, what it has in
mind for Jews should be crystal
clear.
We can not rely on the last
hope of a Sen. Mark Hatfield (R.,
Ore.) who declares that "It's very
presumptuous to say that any
organization is the bona fide
expression of Christians. It's a
simplistic notion. People are
going to have different opinions."
In Hatfield's reaction to
Christian Voice, there is the
impulse to believe that it will go
away.
The trouble is that it is sim-
plistic notions that seize the
troubled imaginations of men,
not complex ones. And in the
current year, Christian Voice has
| budgeted SI million for its
operations, including the pro-
duction of those simplistic
programs for the "electronic
church" television circuit. In
1980, it expects to spend $3
million. The message in thjs for
all of us interested in freeoom,
Jew and Christian, can not be
mistaken.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 7, 1979
Soutfc Qhowand
Qpdkqk n;
by 9(ocmq
Happy 25th anniversary to Dr. Norman and Nancy Atkin.
They celebrated at a family reunion at their lovely vacation
country home in Stockbridge, Mass. Son Michael was a camp
administrator in Chester, Conn. Jell works as a gold and com-
modities broker in New York City. Daughter Beth, a ballet
enthusiast, is a student at Barnard.
During the summer, Rabbi David Shapiro, rabbi emeritus
of Temple Sinai, and his charming wife Leila visited us when our
son Michael was home. After dinner we treated them to some of
our home movies. They saw Bar Mitrvah re-runs. They are
excited about their forthcoming 25-day cruise through the
Middle East which the rabbi will lead from Oct. 25 through Nov.
21. Participants sailing with them on the luxury cruise snip
Royal Viking Star wuT have the unique opportunity to learn
about the religious and cultural life of Jewish people in that area.
Leaving from Athens, they will visit Alexandria, Egypt, Haifa,
Turkey, the Greek Islands, Spain and Portugal.
Call Temple Sinai for information and join this exciting
adventure with stimulating and friendly folks.
Mazel Tov to Irwin and Disa Anhalt on the engagement of
their daughter Helaine to Stuart Yadgaroff Best wishes to
Edwin and Lavayne Gordon on the engagement of Carol Ann to
Barry Menscher ... Dr. Don and Lee Berman were surprised
guests at a 25th anniversary party given in their honor by their
three daughters Jill, Maria and Lynn at the home of Dr. Tom
and Joan Rodenberg.
Having enjoyed exciting vacations, everyone must now be
happy to return home. Welcome back Susan Hoksman,
Women's Division director and Marcy Bpfcsjt invpubLie relations
director of the Jewish Federation of South Bra ward, who visited
Israel. These are two enthusiastic, hardworking young women
. Traveling across the Caribbean to the island of Nassau were
Dr.Karland Carol Morgenstein, son Charles, his fiancee Melody
Bar, and younger son Ron. They were met by Sonny and Betty
Finkelstein. Ted and Joyce Newman, Brenda and Andy
Greenman at a dinner celebrating Charles' birthday Shelly
and Bobbe Schleauger, Dr. George and Irk Crane, Leon and
CamOle Sultan flew to Mexico City. They even cruised the
canals of Xochimilco enjoying mariachis and Mexican
hospitality. Next stop on their flight was New Orleans .
Myron and Charlotte Brodie visited Cape Cod, Mass.
Radiologist Dr. Stanley Margulies, wife Karen and
daughter traveled to Israel this summer where Dr. Margulies
worked with the medical profession in an Israeli hospital .
Oral surgeon Dr. Howard Berman, wife Drazia and their family
augmented much-needed dental care for the Israelis during their
visit Leonard and Teddi Romanik visited Maine ... Dr.
Michael and Lila De Met went to New York where son Jimmy
attended Cornell summer school and Cambridge, Mass., where
daughter Lisa attended Harvard summer school Lew and
Ann Cohn toured the beautiful French Riviera, Paris and
London.
"Fang" and I drove all the way to Palm Beach and the
Breakers Hotel for a much-needed weekend rest. Dr. Dan de la
Penka and accomplished artist wife Billie coincidentally had the
same plans. Their daughter Jeannie now lives in New Jersey and
married daughter Diane is in Arizona while her husband obtains
hisPh.D.
The charm and beauty of the gracious and historical hotel
did not keep me from Worth Avenue. Many of the shops and
galleries were open this summer, and I managed to "contribue"
to the economy of Palm Beach.
William HorovRx, president of Hollywood, Inc., has been
appointed to the South Broward Hospital District Board by
Gov. Bob Graham. His business acumen will be of significant
benefit to the board. Other members are Dr. Lawrence Lerner of
HaUandale and Dr. Alexander Goldenberg of Hollybrook.
Janie Mimole and Mark Jacobs were married by Rabbi
David Shapiro at Temple Sinai Mindy Sabra passed the
Florida Dental Hygiene Boards. Congratulations! Best
wishes to Stanley and Bobbie Berk on the marriage of their
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Yadin Warns Against Appeasement of PLO
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CHICAGO (JTA) -
Deputy Prime Minister Yigael
Yadin of Israel warned here that
"appeasing the PLO might have
serious consequences in the
process of carrying out the Camp
David accords."
The IsraeU leader, who ad-
dressed more than 3,000
delegates and guests attending .
Hadassah s 65th national con-
vention at the Palmer House,
said, "The best policy is to build
on the positive to invest in
success, which means the Camp
David accords and the sub-
sequently signed peace
agreement between Egypt and
Israel, which was a major
breakthrough for which much
credit must be given to President
Carter."
HE POINTED out that the
accords refer to the Palestinians
and provide for negotiations
between Israel, Egypt, Jordan
and the residents of the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip on self-
rule.
A new United Nations
resolution on the Palestinians
would therefore be regressive. He
also said that only last week
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
agreed that bringing in the PLO
would be counterproductive.
Yadin said that the issue is peace
not oil, and that Carter has firmly
stated that the U.S. would never
yield to blackmail nor can Israel
sacrifice its security for it.
Yadin stated that UN Security
Council Resolutions 242 and 338
are the basis of "the official and
the main policy of the United
States in the Middle East, and
any attempt to take a different
course by appeasing the PLO
might have serious consequences
in the process of carrying out the
Camp David accords. Let us stick
to the main objective carrying
out the Camp David accords
and give peace a chance.
BERNICE TANNENBAUM,
president of Hadassah, referred
to President Carter's recent
"crisis of confidence" statement
and said: "Certainly we have
problems we have difficult
decisions and hard choices to
make but so long as we are free
to make the choices and capable
of meeting the challenges, I see
no reason to despair.'
Continuing, she noted that
"there are major upheavals in the
world today and change is
always upsetting. An orderly
society is easier to deal with than
a dynamic one. But too often
maintenance of the status quo
does not reflect contentment but
apathy.'.'
Focusing on the United States,
she said, "We have an energy
problem. This is hardly a crisis.
First, it is a matter of credibility:
to persuade the American people
that there is a real shortage.
Secondly, to accept the reality
that in planning a fair
distribution of our energy
resources, hard decisions must be
made that cannot please every
sector of our society. I believe
that we are a socially mature,
law-abiding nation, who will
respond to the elected leadership
when it is clear that whatever
sacrifice is demanded does not
full on the weakest and most
vulnerable parts of the
population."
Stand on Blacks
Jews to Shun 'Half-Truths, Lies, Bigotry'
=
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK -
Leaders of major Jewish
organizations declared, in
response to statements issued by
a Black leadership conference
here on the impact of Andrew
Young's resignation on Black
- Jewish relations, that the
Jewish agencies "cannot work
with those who resort to half-
truths, lies and bigotry in any
guise or from any source."
The statement emerged from a
meeting of representatives of the
11 major national Jewish
agencies affiliated with the
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council,
which also represents 107 Jewish
Community Relations Councils
throughout the United States.
THE AFFILIATED agencies
are the American Jewish
Committee, American Jewish
Congress, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith,
Hadassah, Jewish Labor
Committee, Jewish War
Veterans, National Council of
Jewish Women, Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
(Reform), United Synagogue of
America (Conservative), Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, and Women's
American ORT.
The subject of the Jewish
statement was a meeting at-
tended by some 200 leaders of the
NAACP, the National Urban
League and the Southern
Christian Leadership Conference
which criticized the Carter
Administration and the Jewish
organizations in the resignation
of Young as U.S. Ambassador to
the United Nations.
The statement by the major
Jewish organizations declared:
"AS AGENCIES which have
been deeply involved for many
decades in achieving civil rights
and which have contributed our
manpower, finances and lives to
that struggle, we take pride in
our continued commitment to
those goals that grow out of our
Jewish heritage.
"Thus it is with sorrow and
anger that we note the Aug. 22
statements issued by a group of
Black leaders on Black-Jewish
relations. We know that many
Black leaders feel as we do. They
are and will continue to be our
allies. We join hands with them
in the struggle against injustice.
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Strauss Seen Emerging Stronger Than Ever
Continued from Page J
up to the Araba who bad
(jected the negotiating process
come to Israel and Egypt in
: negotiating effort rather than
! other way around, as some in
shington wanted.
THIS setting, Vice Pres-
Walter Mondale, Secretary
State Cyrus Vance and
itional Security Advisor Zbig-
Brzezinski joined Strauss in
ephoning Carter, who was
lising on the Mississippi River,
>ir "unanimous" recom-
pndation that the U.S. drop its
cmpt to introduce its own
>lution in the Security
lundL
Then it was Strauss who went
national television to explain
new U.S. position to the
lerican people and the world
ie media and to caution the
curity Council that it should
Btpone again its session
Jing with the Palestinians.
|n addition, it was Strauss who
it straight that the PLO had
\t to recognize Israel's right to
Bt within the meaning of
curity Council Resolution 242
lore the U.S. would deal with
|t terrorist force.
ALSO was Strauss who
spoke out for the Adminis-
tion against the leaders of the
jthern Christian Leadership
iference who courted the PLO
nd scored Israel and the Amer-
ican Jewish community.
Among the circumstances
evidencing the sad disarray of the
U.S. Middle East policy before
the Strauss ideas took hold at the
White House is that lame-duck
Ambassador Andrew Young
chaired the UN debate as the
Council's President while con-
tinuing as the chief U.S. repre-
sentative at the UN until his
successor is named.
Much of the responsibility for
the disarray points directly at the
White House and Carter himself.
The Administration's actions
both before and after the Young
resignation indicate the depth of
the President's personal par-
ticipation.
ON THE point of U.S. leader-
ship in the negotiations, Carter
had named Strauss with
authority to act for him. But he
demanded Strauss take the ill-
fated resolution idea to Cairo and
Jerusalem.
While White House sources
now say this was a relatively mild
U.S. resolution that could block a
tougher Arab-initiated action,
others saw the Carter proposal as
one more step towards estab-
lishing Palestinian domination
over the West Bank and Gaza
Strip and causing Israel to with-
draw from those areas and East
Jerusalem in line with the Presi-
dent's view, as he expressed in
Clinton, Mass., in the third
month of his Presidency.
But this proposal which
Strauss had fought, boomer-
anged, and Strauss came back
with demands for change
because, observers say, he saw
that such a proposal would
undercut Israel's opposition to
the PLO and would therefore
cause Israel to repudiate the
Camp David commitments and
thus possibly affect the return of
Sinai to Kgypt.
STILL undetermined is who
made the "suggestion" to Young
that he meet with the PLO UN
observer Zehadi Labib Terzi in
New York July 26. Terzi himself
now says that he firmly believes
Young came to meet him only
after getting permission from
Washington.
"Nobody believed for a
minute," Terzi said, "that Young
was acting on his own." Terzi
pointed out ambassadors do not
engage in impulse buying, and
"the United Nations is not a
boutique."
While the State Department
acknowledges that information it
received July 30, four days after
Young's meeting with Terzi
included a "suggestion" that
Young meet the PLO represen-
tative, this was not agreed upon.
But the Carter Administration
continues to be silent on who
made the "suggestions."
ANOTHER major factor in the
suspicions that more than Young
was involved in his actions is that
U.S. Ambassador to Austria,
Milton Wolf, met three times
with PLO officials in Vienna and
all that the State Department did
was to "remind" him of the U.S.
policy not to talk to the PLO.
Wolf was described as on
intimate terms with Austrian
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky who
entertained PLO chief Yasir
Arafat in Vienna and endorsed
Ins views.
Meanwhile, Republican
Presidential candidate George
Bush called on Carter to clarify
Ins Administration's position on
the Middle East to help "soothe a
growing domestic discord."
IN A statement issued at his
campaign headquarters here,
Bush said "Ambassador Andrew
Young's resignation from his
post as the chief U.S. represen-
tative at the United Nations has
created a furor" that "is one more
example of the inconsistency and
incoherence that characterizes
the Carter Administration policy
Classes to Begin at Temple Beth El
Egypt Official Says Israel
Deprives Arabs of Rights
Bar Bat Mitzvah classes will
rin at Temple Beth El,
.wood, Saturday, Sept. 8,
km 10 to 11 a.m. Sunday School
Isses will start Sept. 9 from 9 to
|:30 a.m. Confirmation classes
meet on Monday, Sept. 10
prii 7 to 9 p.m.
Temple Beth El, the largest
lagogue in Broward County, is
|the midst of formulating plans
its adult education series and
Itural program which will be
L'n to the community this fall.
Cultural programs will feature
musical concerts, films and art
exhibits. Prominent speakers are
being scheduled for various
evening and Sunday morning
programs.
High Holy Day tickets are
available to members and their
families. Temple Beth El is now
ucevpting members for the new
yCm*. Inquiries can be made by
culling Sydney D. Kronish,
executive director.
By TAMAR LEVY
GENEVA (JTA) An
Egyptian official accused Israel
of depriving Arab workers of
their rights in the occupied
territories. Saad Mohammed
Ahmed, Egypt's Minister of
Manpower and Vocational
Training, spoke at the meeting of
the International Labor
Organization here.
"The actual exercise of trade
Ask Abe
By Abe Halpern
[Addenda: Regarding the question submitted by
[Pauline Krumper of Hallandale. "Does one have
|to be Jewish to be a Zionist?" (Jewish Floridian
and Shofar, Jan. 26, 1979, p.15 and Feb. 9,1979,
i>15.)
Answer:
I am pleased to share part of a letter which I
?received from Mrs. Anne W. Rosenthal of Holly-
wood. She and her husband are well-known for
work in ZOA. She is a past president of
ladassah, is on the National Speakers Bureau
nd at present Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal are on the
ational executive committee of the ZOA.
Her letter contains a list of additional non-
pewish Zionists. Some of those on her list are:
George Eliot, the English writer published
[>er famous novel Daniel Deronda in 1876 in which
d^cribed a Jewish Palestine and a return to
Biblical life. She was so interested in the return of
Ihe Jews to the land of their ancestors that she
Paved the way for Zionism, and her novel was
Ktually a literary preparation for the Balfour
Jeclaration.
Jean Henri Dunant, a French-Swiss states-
an and philanthropist, founder of the Red Cross
nd the first recipient of the Nobel Prize in 1901.
ie published a manifesto calling for the Jewish
lonization of Palestine. He was also a par-
icipant at the First Zionist Congress in Basle in
|o97.
Rev. William Blackstone, a Protestant
QiS^fr' wa8 another ear,y Christian Zionist. In
*1 he presented a petition to President Ben-
n Harrison which was signed by several other
nnstians urging the President to use his in
uence with various governments in Europe to
insider the claims of the Jewish people to their
"ient homeland. He pleaded that their suffering
alleviated. He was then a man of 50 and eon-
ued to press his case even at the age of 75 when
again appealed to President Woodrow Wilaon
1316 to secure a home for the Jew and their
"tical security in Palestine.
Pierre Van Paassen, a Dutch clergyman and
famous author. He came to this country to speak
for the Zionist Organization of America and for
Hadassah.
The Rev. Dr. Carl Voss, a New York City
minister, was truly dedicated to the proposition
that there was no other place for our people than
Palestine
I wish to express my thanks and appreciation
to Mrs. Rosenthal. Letters from readers are a
constant source of encouragement. Please keep
them coming.
Beg Pardon!
In the answer to the question submitted by
Mortie Gellis of Hallandale, Is there a special sig-
nificance to the fact that the Decologue begins
with an Aleph (the fust letter of the Hebrew
alphabet), and the Torah begins with a Bet (the
second letter of the Hebrew alphabet), a type-
setting error occurred. {Jewish Floridian and
Shofar, Aug. 24, 1979. p. 11.) Several phrases were
omitted which completely distorted the meaning
of the paragraph making it difficult to understand
the answer.
I regret the error. Following is the paragraph as
it should have appeared:
The next letter Shin stepped forward and
entreated God to use the letter Shin to create the
world since God's name Shaddai also begins with
a Shin. Unfortunately however, the Shin is also
the first letter of Shav, lie, and of Sheker, false-
hood, and that incapacitated it. The letter Resh
had no better luck. It was pointed oat that it was
the initial letter of Ra, wicked and Rasha, evil.
Editor's note:
Please send all questions to:
ASK ABE
co Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Florida 33020
union rights by Arab workers in
the occupied territories is en-
countering many difficulties in
view of the pressures exerted by
the occupation authorities,"
Ahmed said.
AS THE Egyptian started to
speak, the delegates of the Arab
rejectionist states walked out in a
gesture of protest against
Egypt's peace treaty with Israel.
Earlier, the Iraqi Labor Minister
read out a memorandum sub-
mitted by the Arab labor
ministers demanding that the
UN agency reexamine Israel's
membership in the organization.
Following a point of order by
the Israeli Ambassador to the
UN in Geneva, Yoel Barromi, the
chairman ruled that the
memorandum could not be ac-
cepted as a proposal, only as a
speech. No agenda items directed
against Israel had been filed in
advance of the ILO meeting.
Saad, referring to the condition
of Arab workers in the Israel-
administered territories, said, "I*
is very clear that this is an issue
of occupation and unless this
hsue is solved and Israel with-
draws from the occupied Arab
territories and enables the
Palestinians to enjoy self-
determination, this problem will
continue to threaten world peace
and security in the Middle East."
Saad said, "The recent peace
initiatives were a step in the right
direction toward restoring their
rights to the people to whom they
are due"
in the Middle East."
Continuing, the statement
said: "Despite an incident that
exacerbated an already strained
relationship with Israel a
valued friend and strategic ally
and raised tension between the
Black and Jewish communities in
the United States, President
Carter has yet to issue a state-
ment which clarifies his Adminis-
tration's position in this matter
and soothe a growing domestic
discord."
It also urged Carter to clarify
the U.S. commitment to Israel
"for the sake of our own people,
the people of Israel and all those
who are seeking peace."
Religious
Directory
NORTH BROWARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
A. New.
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive Reform (44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
S7th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44 A)
MIRAMAR
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Conservative. Raobi Paul Pioikm.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. (48)
PEMBROKE PINFS
TEMPLE BETH EMET. Pines Middle
School. 200 NW Douglas Rd., Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Bennet Greenspon.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES 9730 Sterling
Rd Mull/wood Conservative. Rabbi
Bernard P. Shoter
PLANTATION
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SheON J.Harr. (64)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
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HALLANDALE
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NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob Dan
I'gcr. (12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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18801 NE 22nd Ave Reform. Rabbi
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TEMPLE BETH AHM 310 SW 62nd
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FuMPLE BETH EL 1351 S. Uth Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
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TEMPLE SINA: 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative Rabbi Seymour Fried-
man, Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Naftaly A. Linkovsky. (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
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Reform. Rabbi Robert P. Frazin
Cantor Phyllis Cole. (47C)
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FORT LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
Road Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe
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