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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Hollywood, Fla

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

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Klemsti Florid lam
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
)9 Number 25
Hollywood. Florida Friday, December 14,1979
F MS Shochti
Price 35 Cents
osens Host Attorney's Division
i than 50 people attended a
party given by Ron and
| Rosen on behalf of the
Federation of South
W's Attorney's Division.
^rpose of the event was to
new leadership for the
jmbined Jewish Appeal -
Emergency Fund, ac-
; to Ron Rosen, Attorney's
In chairman.
Paul Anton of Abrams, Anton,
Bobbins, Resnick, Schneider and
Mager introduced the guest
speaker, Robert H. Traurig.
Traurig, an attorney with
Greenberg, Traurig, Hoffman,
Lipoff, Quentell and Wolff, is on
the board of directors of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
He stressed the importance for
new attorneys becoming involved
in the Jewish Federation.
Philip A. Levin, M.D., JFSB
campaign chairman, said, "I was
pleased with the receptiveness of
thos who attended the event. I'm
looking forward to the Attorney's
Division becoming a viable force
in the Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund."
See photos on page 21
Shomrai Co-Chairmen Named
Stieber and Joel A.
Kder, M.D. have been
lit i-d Shomrai co-chairmen
Jewish Federation of South
ird's 1980 Combined
Appeal Israel
ency Fund, according to
[A. Levin, M.D., campaign
fcan.
Shomrai Dinner is for
)ut<>rs of $5,000 and above
Federation's campaign,
lent will be held Saturday,
V at the Diplomat Country
I explained Stieber.
jest speaker will be Ehud
a member of Israel's
8 Likud Party.
(eider noted, "We have
begun our work with the
ii Dinner. The challenges
as in 1980 are greater than
[have faced in the past. To
liese challenges, we must
[lore of our contributors so
ay pledge both their moral
Randal support for Israel
its around the world."
)50 Attend
xmunity Day
than 1,350 women at-
K'ommunity Day recently
diplomat Hotel, according
lelle Koenig. chairman.
Jevent. sponsored by the
Federation of South
Women's Division,
guest speakers Bella
and Dr. Ruth Gruber. (See
[ issue for related photos.)
IF to Honor
|ack Shapiro
jsh National Fund,
County Council, will
[Jack Shapiro at its 6th
dinner and dance to be
the grand ballroom of
Beth Shalom,
^ood.on Jan. 12.
)iro is the temple's
fry president for life and
llebrate his 85th birthday
V date. He has been ex-
active and supportive of
Beth Shalom and Jewish
lal Fund, particularly the
I of the Bicentennial Park
iisalem. He is well known
[ participation in all Jewish
, the State of Israel and the
I community.
uded in the evening's
ties will be cocktails at 7
dinner at 8 and a band for
r'g. Chairman of the dinner
is Dr. Fred Blumenthal.
pdythe Schoem is ticket
person. Dr. Morton
f'sky is chairman of the
*rd Council of JNF. and Zev
is president of the
beast Region.
tickets, call Sylvia S.
f* at Temple Beth Shalom.

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Otto Stieber
Dr. Joel Schneider
From left art Morris Deakter. Albert Ratner, president of the
Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, Annette Deakter.
Other photos page 16
Young Leadership
Attendants at a recent Jewish Federation of Sooth Broward
Leadership Development meeting are from left Henry Levy,
guest speaker; Susan Holtzman Thomas, director of Women's
Division; Larry Weiner. chairman; Barbara and Jeff Rosenberg,
hosts. Other photos page 17
Orly to Keynote
'80 Big Gifts Dinner
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward will hold its
annual Big Gifts Dinner in
support of the 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund, Sunday, Dec.
16, according to Milton
Winograd, Big Gifts chairman.
The 6:30 p.m. event will be
held at the Diplomat Country
Club. 501 Diplomat Parkway,
Hallandale.
Special guest is Maj. Gen.
Avraham Orly, a member of
Israel's negotiating committee
with Egypt.
Prior to the establishment of
the State of Israel, Orly belonged
Continued on Page 2 3-
Campaign Launched
The Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund was launched recently with a new
category event. A $25,000 Cocktail Party was held at the home of
Morris and Annette Deakter.
Guest speaker was Albert Ratner. president of the Jewish Com-
munity Federation of Cleveland-
Milton Winograd is Big Gifts chairman.
Maj. Gen. Orly
Making plans for Hillcrest's Big Gifts Cocktail Party and
general participation in the Jewish Federation's 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign are seated
from left Jake Mogilowitz. Louis Brecher, Jack Lichtenstein,
Sam Kotler. Standing from left are Irving Noble, Joe Raymond,
Arthur Rosenberg, Bert Mock, chairman; Julius Reinlieb.
La Mer Opens Campaign
The Premier Gifts Division of
La Mer will open its annual
campaign on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund.
Thursday, Dec. 27, at 5 p.m.
The campaign opening event
will be a Premier Gifts Cocktail
Party hosted by Bronka and
Jacob Weintraub in the East
Building.
The committee includes
William Edelman, Joseph
Herman, George Kahn, Louis
Kleinberg. Sol Lasky, Dr. Martin
May. Herman Mindieh.
Also Paul Novak. Jerome
Rosenberg, sol Ross, David
Ruskin, Richard Schneider,
William Sherkow, Victor Tarica
and Daniel Wagner.
A second Premier Gifts
Cocktail Party, hosted by
Corinne and Robert Kolodin in
the West Building, will be
Thursday, Jan. 3, at 5 p.m.
The committee for that event
includes David Coleman, Norman
Ellis, Lee Franklin. Philip Kent,
Dr. Ebergardt Klein man.
Also Robert Kolodin, Ben
Kushner, Sam Roth, William
Shader, Jerome Taylor and Irwin
Vogel.
La Mer general chairman is
Lee Franklin, South Building
chairman is Herman Karmiel,
East Building chairman is Leon
Glattman and West Building
chairman is Lee Franklin. Corinne and Robert Kolodin


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I FrMyJDtmkw 1< 1979
300 at Hornstein Service Temple Sinai
More than 300 people attended a memorial service for Special EvCtltS
Moses Hornstein, a Jewish Federation of South Breward
vice president for six years. The service, held at Temple
Sinai in Hollywood, was attended by representatives of all
aspects of Jewish communal life that Hornstein was
involved in.
Seated from left are Fred Lipman, Judge Lex JAogan, Stanley
gulies, M.D.; Congressman Ed Stack and Norman Braman. Standing
from left are Al Goldin, Mort Kushner, Joe Raymond, Rabbi Simon
Greenberg, Sen. Richard Stone, Rabbi David Shapiro and Rabbi
Seymour Friedman.
Seated from left are Joel Dennis, Morton Silberman, Joyce Newman,
Otto Stieber and Myron Brody. Standing from left are Cantor Naftaly
Linkovsky, Consul General Joel Anton, Herbert D. Katz, Rabbi M.
Kipper and Sumner G. Kaye.
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Chanukah Supper and Dance on
Tuesday. Dec. 18, at 6:30 p.m. in
the Haber Karp Hall. Chairmen
are Rose Edelstein and Eva
Burkholtz.
Monday evening adult
education classes will resume on
Jan. 14. Winter term of Adult
education classes will resume on
Thursday, Jan. 17.
Wednesday afternoon, games
take place in the Haber Karp hall
at 11:30 a.m. Free lunch for all
participants.
Thursday evening games take
place in the Haber Karp Hall
with doors opening at 6:30 p.m.
Minyan meets daily in the
Louis Zinn Chapel at 8 25 a.m.
and 5 p.m.
Hillcrest Pilot
Program Launched
The Hillcrest Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward inaugurated a
Pilot Program recently at the
home of Eleanor Lerner for a
group of women in Building No.
25.
The aim is to focus attention
on current issues in the news and
their effect on World Jewry.
Dorothy Lipson. Hillcrest
education chairman, facilitated
the afternoon and involved the
group in a discussion of the
issues.
Free Counseling
The Alcoholism Treatment
Center at Community Hospital of
South Broward. 5100 West
Hallandale Blvd., offers free
educational and counseling
sessions each Saturday from 1 to
4 p.m. to families of alcoholics.
The discussion groups are held in
room 526, and films will be
presented. Reservations are not
necessary.
While 50 American hostages are being held in Iran, more than 70
people gathered on the steps of Hollywood City Hall recently to
pray for their safe release. From left are Rabbi Robert Frazin,
Temple Solel; Father John Madigan, St. Stephens Church; Sal
Oliver!, president, Inter-Faith Council of Greater Hollywood.
Dr. Ira Sheier, director of planning, Jewish Federation of South
Broward and executive secretary of Inter-Faith Council of
Greater Hollywood. ____________
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The original
Declaration of Independence.
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There was a time in history when
Man's right to independent worship
went unrecognized.
But,2145 years ago.an event
occurred that firmly established the
principle in the consciousness of Man.
In the year 167 B.C.E.,the first
war in history was fought to preserve a
peoples'way of life .their laws ;stand-
ards of morality ;and above all.the reli-
gion revealed to them in the wilderness
of Sinai more than a thousand years
before.
The Jewish people led by the Mac-
cabees.f ought to break the religious
tyranny ofthe Assyrian-Greek conquer-
ors of ancient Judea who threatened
the very survival of the Jewish way of
life.
The Maccabees and their followers
struggled not for personal gain.and
broader influence.but to preserve the
Jewish Faith.
Their ultimate victory was a tri-
umph of justice and human dignity.lt
brought to humanity's attention an
ideal that transcends life itself.
Chanukah is the Jewish Festival
that commemorates that victory.For
eight nights, commencing with the 25th
day of Kislev.a candle is lit in every
Jewish home. As the candle bums,it
gives hope that the faith of the Jews
will one day serve to banish tyranny
and oppression from the earth.
It is a yearly recurring declara-
tion of mankind's i ndependence.a mem-
orable reassertion of the God-given
right of human beings to live and wor-
ship in freedom.
Chanukah is called the Festival of
Lights.It illuminatesjustice.lt is the
pure light of freedom that glows in the
heart of Man.
It's what makes us Jews.
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The Business of Terrorists

Of little notice was the General Assembly's
generous vote for a resolution to dismiss the Camp
David accord as irrelevant. In a word, the United
Nations has legislated the accord out of existence.
Led by the Third World, the world "peace
organization" moved to legitimize the terrorism of
the Palestinian movement. But this is the same
movement that conducts the war against the United
States not only in Iran, but also elsewhere through-
out the Middle East.
The grand irony is that it is to this "peace
organization" that we have appealed to for action
against Iran's kidnaping of American citizens and
holding them as hostages until we do Ayatollah
Khomeini's bidding in the case of the Shah.
What can we expect from the United Nations?
In our opinion, nothing more than a lot of sanc-
timonious palaver. Only the likes of a Jesse Jackson
can make sense out of this senseless situation. In the
Third World's rise on the scruff of our necks, only he
can applaud.
Spotlighting the Future
Florida's Jewish community is the third largest
in the country, and for this reason, the annual dinner-
dance of the Florida Division of the American Com-
mittee for the Weizmann Institute of Science on Dec.
13 at the Eden Roc Hotel will be a unique occasion.
Whether in the development of new drugs
promising hope for those afflicted with Multiple
Sclerosis, whether in the formulation of new
procedures to safeguard against premature infant
births, be it in the synthesizing of hormone extracts
to help children and the elderly suffering from critical
immunological deficiencies, or in the uncovering of
new Vitamin D derivatives for dialysis patients
proving highly effective in combatting kidney
disease-induced bone damage the Weizmann
Institute of Science in 30 years of work since its
establishment has made a worldwide mark in
research bearing on biology and astrophysics, lasers
and learning.
Is Navon Aching to Quit Job?
Carl
HAIFA There are recurrent
romors here that President
Yitzhak Navon is seriously
considering resigning from his
post. Some of these rumors are
idle speculation by citizens who
seek to impress their cafe friends
with the extent of their political
acumen. Others come out of the
murky waters of Machiavellian
political scheming which seeks to
set in motion events that would
serve specific political purposes.
Whatever the source of the
latest stories, several fairly clear
scenarios can be sketched.
One has it that Navon feels
frustrated in his high state post
which has all the trappings of
honor and glory, but is almost
completely devoid of any true
authority, responsibility or
opportunity to exercise an in-
fluence on national policies.
THAT IS the way the office of
the presidency was set up 32
years ago, tailored for the
country's first President, Chaim
Weizmann, who was already
ailing and almost blind when he
took office. Most of his suc-
cessors were already of advanced
age so that the absence of any
real challenge in the office was to
them a virtue rather than a fault.
Navon, on the other hand, is
only 58. He finds himself both
fettered and gagged, since the
President is supposed to be both
above and outside of partisan
politics, where all the action is.
Before he was named President,
he was a leading member of the
Labor Party, and his election
nevertheless, during the Begin
administration, was a remarkable
I ribute to his popularity.
Alpert
His full five-year term of office
would carry him a year beyond
the next scheduled Knesset
elections, and the next ad-
ministration, whether Likud or
Labor, would find Navon still in
his neutral political no-man's
land, and out of the main stream
of those who make and influence
policies.
IF HE WERE to decide to quit
and re-enter politics, he cannot
wait much longer. It is generally
agreed that a retiring President,
like a retiring general, cannot
leap straight into politics on the
basis of the prestige of his
previous post. A cooling off
period is necessary, possibly as
much as a year. Such a deadline
is rapidly approaching if Navon
seeks to leave the ceremonial
reviewing stand and descend into
the arena.
There can be little doubt that
he still retains his old Labor
Party loyalties. It must hurt him
to see the party torn by the bitter
personal feuds for the leadership
between Peres, Rabin, Allon and
others this at a time when
many believe that a strong,
united Labor can effectively
unseat the Begin coalition at the
next election. The present in-
fighting on the left menaces the
possibility.
The popular Yitzhak Navon
could become the rallying point
for a rejuvenated Labor Party.
He is a Sephardi, and that is a
powerful asset. He has a warm
personality. He speaks English.
French, Spanish, Arabic and
other languages with as much
fluency as his native Hebrew. It
has become clear that the masses
respond to him more en-
thusiastically than to any other
personality on the Israel scene
today.
THERE IS a variation to this
scenario. Begin may not succeed
in Maintaining the stability of his
coalition. The divided Labor
Party may not be able to present
a united front. A national crisis
would threaten. At this point the
cry would go up for establish-
ment of a national wall-to-wall
unity government, embracing the
major parties of both left and
right, and with Yitzhak navon as
the Prime Minister.
Should the President agree, his
candidacy would be well-nigh
irresistible. He could become the
strong man many say Israel
needs. The masses would look to
him as a savior. And because he
comes with Labor credentials no
one could apply to him those
epithets of "dictator" or
"fascist'' which would inevitably
have been attached to a leader
who came from the ranks of the
right.
But what does Navon himself
say? According to one report, he
intends to complete the five years
to which he was elected.
According to another report, he is
already under pressure from
some of his friends, and in
suitable circumstances would be
prepared to resign from the
Presidency.
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Friday, December 14,1979
The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Carriage Hills Residents Invited to Education Day
Residents of Carriage Hills will
participate in "Federation
Education Day," Wednesday,
Dec. 26, at 2 p.m. in the Carriage
Hills Social Hall.
The event is sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward in conjunction
Women's American ORT.
with
The purpose of the day is to
inform the residents about the
Federation, including an ex-
planation of the many agencies
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Annual Torch Run
Staged in Hollywood
Chanukah originated because
of the rebellion between the Jews
and the Romans in 167 BCE,
when the new sacrificial cult was
introduced. A handful of Jews
fled to the mountains to escape
the punishment of the govern-
ment for their act of "political
terrorism."
Word of the rebellion came to
the people of Israel when a torch
was carried from the town of
Modlin.
Jews in South Broward
commemorated this event
recently with the second annual
Torch Run, sponsored by the
Israel Information Desk of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Torch carriers ran from Young
Circle in Hollywood to Temple
Beth Shalom, where a ceremonial
lighting of the Chanukiah took
place.
Immediately following the
ceremony, the multi-media show,
"Here Is Israel" was seen. It was
a production of light, sound and
live music, weaving together the
threads which make up Israeli life
and ideas, concerns and hopes.
ORT Honors
HEW Official
Dr. Kenneth B. Hoyt was
honored at Women's American
ORT's 25th Biennial Convention
v/ith a plaque denoting his
service to U.S. education by his
dedication and promotion of
career education.
Ruth Eisenberg, outgoing
national president, noted that Dr.
Hoyt combined his vocationa.
skills with humanism.
In accepting the award, Dr.
Hoyt praised the 140,000
members of Women's American
ORT in 1,100 chapters as the
"prime example of support for
career education in the nation."
He said Women's American
ORT's "Educational Bill of
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Friday. December 14,1979
Karate Federation Protests Arab Pressure
The South Broward delegation at the second annual President's
Mission in Jerusalem are seated from left, Norman Atkin, M.D.,
Shatzi Kahn, Saul Singer, M.D., Theodore Newman, Morton
Kalin, Revs Wexler, Jewish Federation of South Broward
campaign director; Martin Cohen, United Jewish Appeal
Florida representative.
Silent No More
Vanik Speaks Out
For Soviet Jewry
Congressman Charles A.
Vanik, (D-Ohio) was the featured
speaker at the USTS^iuipan
Rights Plea for Soviet Jewry.
The event took place recently at
Temple Beth Shalom.
Hollywood, according to "Sam'*
Sagenkahn, Human Rights Plea
for Soviet Jewry chairman.
Mrs. Sagenkahn, commented.
"We were very pleased to have a
speaker who has been as closely
identified with the cause of
Soviet Jews as Congressman
Vanik. He has long been a
champion of the rights of Soviet
Jews and has been linked with
landmark legislation, the .lack
son-Vanik Amendment, which
has insured a constant flow of
Jews from the Soviet Union."
Having served in Congress
since 1954, Congressman Vanik
is no stranger to Washington. In
addition to his work with the
Jackson-Vanik Amendment, he is
a member of the House Ways and
Means Committee where he has
led efforts for tax reform. He is
also a member of the Joint
Committee on Taxation by virtue
of his seniority in the committee.
He served as chairman of the
Oversight Committee of the
Ways and Means Committee
reviewing the administration of
Social Security, Medicare and
supplemental security income
programs as well as the adminis-
tration of the Internal Revenue
Service.
The annual "Human Rights
Plea on Behalf of Soviet Jewry"
is sponsored by the Soviet Jewry
Committee of the Community
Relations Committee of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. This year the co-
convenors of the Plea were the
members of Women's American
ORT.
Commenting on the Human
Rights Plea. Dr. Stan Spatz.
chairman of the Soviet Jewry
Committee, said. "More than 800
people came to the Human
Rights Plea for Soviet Jewry.
The plight of Soviet Jews is
getting nationwide attention, and
by focusing on their plight, we
feel even greater numbers will be
given their freedom."
The long standing invitation to
the Israel Karate Federation to
take part in this month's second
world full-contact karate cham-
pionships in Tokyo was with-
drawn because of Arab pressure
on the Japanese organizing
committee.
In protest to this, the Israeli
Karate Federation is touring the
United States and participating
in tournaments and demon-
strations, beginning in
Hollywood and continuing on to
Las Vegas, Chicago and New
York.
The Israeli Karate Federation
competed against the U.S.
Karate Maccabiah Team,
Saturday, Nov. 24 at the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center, North Miami
Beach. The program was co-
sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward and
the Jewish Community Center.
The Israeli Karate Federation
team consists of the manager,
Kiesan Nae first Dan; Dennis
Hanover fourth Dan,
president of World Maccibi
karate of Israel, president of
Kyokushinkaikan Darate in
Israel, committee member of
Israel Karate, teacher of self
defense to the Israeli army and
coach to the Israeli National
team; Yoram Yehezkel second
Dan. 18 years old; Shmoel
Burner first Dan, 27 years old;
Yoram Cohen first Dan, 22
years old; Aviram Boaz first
Dan. 18 years old; and Mickey
Em first Dan, 27 years old.
The Federation of Israel
Karate presented Dr. Allan
Fields of Hollywood with a
second Dan black belt for his
outstanding contributions and
cooperation towards furthering
karate and understanding among
nations.
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Making plans for the recent Energy Coalition meeting of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward's Women's Division are
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three women are co-chairmen of the Energy Coalition i
More than 50 Hfllcrest women attended the first of three
training sessions for the Jewish Federation of South Broward's
1960 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Sylvia
Hagler and Hilda Gradinger presented the group with new
Women's Division Dialogue. The group discussed plans for their
$100 minimum luncheon, scheduled for Monday, Jan. 28. In
1979, Hillcrest Women's Division raised more than $100,000.
From left are Nellie Shanler, co-chairman; Gert Kronovet,
assistant chairman; Dorothy Lipson, co-chairman; Hannah
Adel. co-chairman; Gloria Hess, assistant chairman; Eleanor
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Chanukah Family Festival Day
on the grounds of the Michael-
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Center. North Miami Beach
branch of the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida on Dec.
16.
An eight mile run will begin at
9 a.m.. The streets of North
Miami Beach will be filled with
well over 1,000 joggers who have
entered the 8 mile race. There will
be splits every mile, aid stations
at 2, 4 and 6 miles. Swimming
pool, showers and locker room
facilities will be available at the
finish.
For additional information,
registration forms and race
packet, contact Tord Boman
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and physical education director.
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The South Dade Jewish
Community Center, 12401 SW
102nd Ave., Miami, a branch of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida, presents a
Chamber Music Concert Dec. 23.
at 8 p.m. in the social hall. This
concert features the music of
Beethoven, Corel li and Hurt ok.
For further information and
reservations, contact Sondie
Reiff, South Dade JCC, branch
director.
The Michael-Ann Russell
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Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida, presents a special
New Year's Eve.
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mood in celebration ot the New
Year, together with the music of
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31, 10 p.m. to midnight in the
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available at the Michael-Ann'
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WARWICK, R.I. (JTA) -
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and its problems.
Speaking before more than 500
corporate executives and guests
at a State of Israel Bond dinner
here at which sales of over $2.3
million in Bonds and other in-
struments were reported, Warner
said, "The Iranian crisis has
brought Americans together in
patriotism. It is beginning to
unite the Congress behind a
strong national defense of which
Israel is an integral part. We
have developed a new empathy
with Israel because of its courage
and because it faces dangers
constantly. We are learning, as
Israel has learned when faced by
terrorists, no nation can
surrender to terrorism."
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and television stations, received
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people that President Anwar
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Friday, December 14,1979
UN Won't
Let Israel
Show Film
OnPLO
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA The
PLO, an independently-produced
Swiss film documentary on the
terrorism of the Palestine
Liberation Organization, was
screened here at the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith
headquarters after the United
Nations rejected Israel's request
to screen the film in the Dag
Hammarskjold Auditorium at
the UN building.
The PLO was Israel's "an-
swer" to the UN-produced film,
Palestinians Do Have Rights a
PLO version of the Arab-Israeli
conflict which was shown Nov.
29 at the UN as part of the
Palestine Day celebration.
The UN-produced film cost the
UN $80,000 and was authorized
by the General Assembly's
Committee on the Exercise of the
Inalienable Rights of the
Palestinian People.
The PLO was purchased by the
Israel Mission to the United
Nations and will be distributed to
different groups and
organizations in the United
States and elsewhere. The 26-
minute film documents major
acts of terror, murder and
sabotage perpetrated by the
PLO, with brief interviews with
experts on terrorism, among
them former Israel UN
Ambassador Chaim Herzog. The
film stresses that PLO terrorism
is indiscriminately aimed at
civilians and that its victims are
people of all nationalities as well
as Jews and Israelis.
Asked by reporters if he was
"happy" with the film, Israel
Ambassador Yehuda Blum told
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much more to be said" on the
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Page 11
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News in Brief
Top Egyptian Guest in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM Egypt's
governor of El Arish and Nor-
thern Sinai, Gen. Muhammad
Shawkat, arrived in Israel Sun-
day for a five-day visit as guest of
the Foreign Ministry. He was
feted by Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman at a reception Sunday
night.
Shawkat is a former Chief of
Military Intelligence and is con-
sidered one of the rising stars in
Egypt'8 political / military
firmament. His host for this visit
is Vo.sef Hadass, head of the
"normalization" section at the
Foreign Ministry.
NEW YORK The arrest of a
suspect in the killing of an elderly
Hassidic rabbi and an incident at
a pre-trial hearing of two Has-
sidim in the assault last year
against a Black youth
dramatized last Friday's racial
tensions between Blacks and
Hassidim in the Crown Heights
section of Brooklyn, center of the
Lubavitch movement.
Police reported the arrest
Friday of Carl Miller, 19, on
charges of the murder on Oct. 25
of Rabbi David Okunov, 68, a
recent immigrant from the Soviet
Union, who was murdered on his
way to synagogue services.
Okunov was shot in the head. His
assailant stole a small case con-
taining his prayershawl and
prayer book.
A police spokesman said Miller
used the name Melhar as a mem-
Iwr of a group called Five Per-
centers, a group of young Blacks.
a hose group name reportedly
reflected a belief that only five
txjrcent of Black people resist
exploitation" by whites and
that they are among the five
percent.
BONN A West Berlin court
has sentenced a 28-year-old coal
dealer to 11 months in jail and
lined two 17 year-old youths $170
and $115, respectively. They were
found guilty of spreading neo-
Bar
Mitzvah
Wyman
Jason Adam Wyman will be
called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah Saturday at 11 a.m. at
Temple Beth El, Hollywood.
During Shabbat services
Friday at 8:15 p.m., pulpit
honors will be accorded Mr. and
Mrs. Owen Lewis Wyman,
parents and Hyman Wyman,
grandparent, in honor of Jason's
Bar Mitzvah. Mrs. Owen Lewis
Wyman and daughter Robyn will
bless the Sabbath tapers.
The Oneg Shabbat will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.Owen
Lewis Wyman in honor of their
son. The flowers will be from
David and Robyn Wyman, in
honor of their brother.
Jason attends University
School of Nova University, where
he is a student in the eighth
grade of Sunday School and is
president of the Junior Youth
Group. He is an active par-
ticipant in most sports, and his
main hobby is boating. This past
summer Jason toured Israel and
Massachusetts.
On Saturday at 11 a.m.. Jason
will conduct the worship service
and read from the Torah.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Poliakin of
Worcester, Mass.; parental
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Wyman of HaUandale.
Nazi propaganda in a television
broadcast and for displaying
Nazi Party symbols. The Nazi
Party is illegal in West Berlin.
The three appeared before a
West German TV team last
March in a Berlin cafe where they
described themselves as members
of the Kampfgruppe Gross-
deutschland and demanded the
abolition of the ban on the Nazi
Party. The trio displayed
placards with swastikas and dis-
tributed them to the patrons.
JERUSALEM The Cabinet
has strongly condemned the
United Nations General
Assembly's resolution declaring
the Camp David accords invalid.
The resolution, adopted Thurs-
day night by a vote of 75-33 with
37 abstentions, was denounced in
a Cabinet communique as
"another proof of the decline of
the United Nations. The inter-
national organization designed to
keep the peace 'condemns' a
peace agreement," the com-
munique said.
The General Assembly reso-
lution declared that the Camp
David agreements signed in
September. 1978 bv Israel. Eirvpt
ind the United States, "have no
validity insofar as they purport
to determine the future of the
Palestinian people and the Pales-
tinian territories occupied by
Israel since 1967."
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 14,1979
Record Attendance at Moscow Book Fair
A record number of visitors
attended the Moscoe Book Fair
in September, and the head of the
Israeli delegation reported that
no fewer than 8,000 people visited
the Israeli stand in the first two
days alone.
The Book Fair serves as an
excellent opportunity to share
with Soviet Jews cultural
materials which they have a right
to share, but in actual fact rarely
receive. "It was one of the most
moving and extraordinary ex-
periences of my life to see long
lines of people waiting to come in
just to touch the Hebrew books
and listen to Israeli music," said
Reuven Livni, head of the Israeli
delegation. "Some of the visitors
wept openly and unashamedly."
Other visitors noted the
tremendous enthusiasm and
excitement over the books. "I can
only put it down to a profound
hunger for the Hebrew language
... I saw visitors with
notebooks, copying as much as
they could before having to move
on," said another visitor. One of
the most popular books of all was
the Encyclopedia Judaica in
English and Russian.
On the other hand, exhibitors
from the West did have some
troubles. Americans were par-
ticularly angry over the banning
of several books and the refusal
of an entry visa. to Robert
Bernstein, who is the chairman of
Random House Publishers.
In addition, 14 Israeli
publishers had been banned from
attending. This circumstance
activated protest from all nations
except those of the Eastern Bloc
nations. Said Per Sjoegren,
president of the International
Publishers Association, "We are
not trying to make trouble, but
when we have an international
conference anywhere in the world
we must feel that everyone is
treated fairly and equally. I find
the actions of the Soviet
authorities in this regard in-
tolerable and ominous."
The Moscow Book Fair was
attended by some 2,000
publishers this year, representing
over 70 countries. The first
Moscow Book Fair took place
two years ago.
A first-hand account from an
exhibitor of the Book Fair brings
us the following account.
"One of the individuals met by
this exhibitor asked that some
personal papers of a woman who
had emigrated to the West be
brought out to her as she had
neglected to take them when she
left. The letters, reportedly
concerning the life of poet
Mikhoels, were to be part of her
memoirs on that period of life in
Soviet Russia. The letters were
personal, non-anti-Soviet and
dealing solely with cultural in-
terests."
The letters were nevertheless
seized at customs and not
returned.

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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 14,1979
Headlines
Women Hit Soviet Anti-Semitism
Conference on Families.
Participants in a recent Jewish Federation of South Broward
Women's Division Career Women's Council panel discussion on
"Political Priorities iir Jewish Women" are seated from left
Nancy Atkin, chairman; and Mtette Burnstein, Broward
County Circuit Court Judge. Standing from left are Ruth Shack,
Dade County Commissioner, Fran Gross, Broward County
Commissioner and Roberta Peters, opera singer.
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The International Council of Jewish Women
has denounced the growing campaign of anti-
Semitism in the Soviet Union. The ICJW, at its
mid-term meeting in Jerusalem, condemned anti-
Jewish attacks in the media, the denial of
university seats to Jewish students, and the
continuing lack of opportunities for the study of
Jewish culture and history.
Mrs. Eleanor Marvin, president of the ICJW,
which has more than one million members in 31
countries, also pledged organizational support for
Jewish prisoners of conscience, such as Ida
Nudel, and other long-term refuseniks.
The United States affiliate of ICJW is the
National Council of Jewish Women, which has
adopted Ida Nudel as a prisoner of conscience and
which recently held a protest vigil outside the
Soviet Embassy in Washington, DC.___________
Joseph Giordano, director of the Louis Caplan
Center on Group Identity and Mental Health of
the American Jewish Committee's Institute on
Pluralism and Group Identity, has been elected
chair of the Coalition for The White House
The White House Conference on Families,
originally scheduled for 1979, is now to be held in
three cities Baltimore, Minneapolis, and Los
Angeles during June and July of 1980.
The Coalition has been working among its
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on the changing needs of families and on
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Dr. Henry L. Foster of Newton Centre, Mass.,
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TheJewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
Freed Argentinian Dec/ares
ft's Very Important to be a Jew'
NEW YORK "It is very
nportant to be a Jew. After
iat, we can discuss all the other
lints."
These are the words of Jacobo
merman, the Argentinian
wish editor recently released
jm house arrest after years of
jrldwide protest. They were
ioken at United Jewish Appeal
tional headquarters during the
ly interview Timerman has
anted since arriving in the
nili d States.
TIMERMAN is slated to
ceive the UJA 1979 David Ben-
urion Award during the UJA
itional Conference at a public
embly in Avery Fisher Hall
on Friday, Dec. 7.
he exclusive interview,
ducted by Rabbi Mark S.
[>lub. will be aired on the
ndicated radio program
Chayim over WMCA in New
rk on Sunday. L'Chayim is
io broadcast in Palm Beach,
, through the auspices of local
lerations and the assistance of
eUJA.
The Avery Fisher Hall
sembly, which will see
merman presented with the
n durion award, will also
elude a tribute to recently-ra-
ised Soviet Jewish Prisoner of
nscience Boris Penson, a
malic reading by multiple
kani winning actor Eli Wallach,
d a concert by the Soviet
ewish Emigre Orchestra, under
tie direction of Lazar Guzman.
TIMERMAN WILL receive
Ben-Gurion Award for his
'...: If against oppression and
the right to live a Jewish life."
he 1978 award went to Soviet
lewish Prisoners of Conscience.
Timerman's reaction: "Weowe
i much to the Jews of Russia. In
Argentina, I had a very very bad
ling because I thought that,
ter all, I was under house
fri'st; not in so bad conditions
(the Jews who were in Russia.
The decision of the Jews of
ussia to fight for being Jews is
ithing that I think we don't
llize the importance of. That
Cans really that Jews can
vive. This is something they
ow to us."
ri MERMAN, who now lives
rael, said that "Freedom as a
nan being and freedom as a
they are very different. I
used to the idea of being free.
ippose it is not difficult to live
ta free human being. But what
Really difficult is to live as a
Jew. This is something I
^er imagined, it was an ex-
1 never had. I have been
I man. but I never was a free
[ In Israel, you are a free Jew,
1 am discovering every day
V it means. Jewish life is so
now, so many questions in
sh life we still don't have an
ver for. I still don't have the
oil idea of all the richness of
pg a free Jew .
(The Jews must work
fether, because anti-Semitism
I exist for many, many years. I
It know why. We cannot
troy anti-Semitism. The only
}K we can do is to see that
iSemitism doesn't destroy us.
It is why it is so important to
l'i> Jewish people. .
think the best thing for a
I is to live in Israel. But if you
[t live in Israel, you are still a
and you are very important
ne. You can be a Jew in any
Wry of the world, but I have
[ambition that Israel should
tie best country in the world "
V'hy was I arrested? I \ m
[or of the only outspoken daily
human rights in Argeri-
H was the only daily that
Wed out anti-Semitic in-
|nts in Argentine life. I was
because I was always
fpoken politically and because
I was always a very good Jew. .
"I WAS in prison for two and
one half years. The first three
months kidnapped, disappeared,
in clandestine jails. Then nine
months in a legal jail and one and
one half years in home arrest,
with eight policemen living with
me in the apartment for twenty-
four hours a day. I was released
because of international pressure,
but especially the Jewish in-
stitutional pressure. .
"One day, when I was feeling
in a very bad situation because of
much torture, I thought I needed
something to help me survive.
Thoughts of my wife and childr.
were not enough. I needed
something to be alive. So 1
spontaneously banged on the
steel door, to ask the guard which
was was East, so that I might
pray to Jerusalem. He told me
that for security reasons, he
couldn't tell me which was was
East. But I Was happy I had
asked. I don't- know to pray, I
don't know Hebrew, I don't
attend Synagogue, I am not an
observant Jew. But something
came out of me that I needed to
touch Jewishness to survive. .
Israel and you are never
mutilated. It doesn't matter what
you know or what you do. You
can be creative. I am a journalist
writing Spanish in a Hebrew
"I am a journalist. Journalists
cannot live without the language.
We work with words. All my life i
was a journalist, and I needed to
work now in Israel. I don't know
Hebrew. I thought I might learn
how to be a carpenter in a kib-
butz, or perhaps open a small
bookshop with my wife.
"WHEN I was arriving in
Israel, I thought about my life
and the future as a mutilated life,
because not to be a journalist for
me is very very sad.
"I felt very mutilated. But the
moment I arrived at the airport
in Tel Aviv I had an offer from
Maariv. I spoke with the editor. I
said to him, 'I don't write
Hebrew. I don't read Hebrew.
How can I work in a paper I don't
read?'
"He said, 'It doesn't matterj
You will write in Spanish, and we
will translate. We will read thei
paper to you. We have another
case, a Russian Jew. He writes in
Russian, and we translate it in
Hebrew.' \
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 14.1979
Campaign Launched
From left are Herbert D. Katz, Anna Grossman, Nat Sedley,
Ted Newman.
From left are Eugene and Wilma Rosen feld, Bobbie and Phil
Levin, campaign chairman, Dina and Stunner Kaye, executive
director
From left are Al and Marilyn Ponn, Norma and William
Horvitz, Marge and Jack Saltzman.
From left are Joyce Newman, president and Elbe Katz.
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By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Avital Sharansky, wife of im-
prisoned Soviet dissident
Anatoly Sharansky, returned to
Washington appealing for
continued support to help obtain
her husband's release so that he
can join her in Israel.
Looking worn from her
ceaseless efforts for her
husbands freedom, Mrs.
Sharansky met with reporters at
a breakfast at the National Press
Club, appeared on television and
later was a guest at a reception at
the Capitol, hosted by Rep.
Robert Drinan (D., Mass.), who
she described as a "dear friend of
our family."
THE REPORTERS received
copies of her personal account of
her life, entitled Next Year in
Jerusalem which were Anatoly's
last words when his trial ended in
Moscow in 1977. The book,
written with liana Ben'Joseph
and translated from Russian by
Stefani Hoffman, is the story of
two young people who married
for love and were separated
because they are Jewish.
Mrs. Sharansky emigrated to
Israel in July 1973, the day after
her wedding in Moscow. She has
not been permitted to visit her
husband since then.
Mrs. Sharansky explained the
background of what she called
the double standard the Soviets
employ regarding dissidents. As
an example, she said the Soviet
government produced "the very
aggressive" television film
against Israel and Zionism that
emphasized to the Soviet peoples
"we have here in the Soviet
Union soldiers of Zionism,
meaning, she said, "persons like
Anatoly. the Slepaks and Ida
Nude!.
Mrs. Sharansky urged that
letters from individuals and
statements by officials be sent to
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campaign" that in her special
case "Anatoly is sick" and that
other Jews want to emigrate, too.
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Set at Beth El
On Sunday. Dec. 16. the
Irotherhood of Temple Beth El
I Hollywood is sponsoring a
hanukah dinner for parents and
hildren in theTobin Auditorium
>l the temple at 6 p.m. A local
iaco jockey will entertain with
isco contests and prozes.
The Brotherhood of Temple
leth El will present a variety
Micert extravaganza, featuring
n international array of stars in
series of three performances in
hf Tobin Auditorium of the
wnpli'. The public is invited.
the Brothers Zim. Israeli song
lists, and Eddie Barton.
median, will perform on
nursday. Dec. 20. at 8 p.m.
Ginetta La Bianca. coloratura.
id Harry Sandier, violinist, will
lorm Tuesday. Feb. 5. at 8
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(The American Balalaika
pmpany, in concert, will per-
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[Tickets may be purchased from
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"hanukah Festival
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l>tival of five Broward and
de Zionist districts will be held
(Temple Beth El, Hollywood,
(Wednesday. Dec. 19, at 7:30
Puest speaker will be Dr.
tnard Schechterman. professor
\#litical science at the
sky of Miami. Prof.
echterman is a recognized
honty on Middle East affairs.
lso included in the program
be remembrances of the
i'sh theater, featuring
um Arnold, with Arthur
vy as narrator and Helen
Mmck at the piano. All
wts. their friends and neigh
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 14,1979]
South Broward Bonds Events Set
Allington Towers will hold its
annual Salute to Israel Brunch,
Sunday, Dec.16, at 11 a.m. in the
social hall. Albeit Zeidel will
receive the Israel Generation
Award in recognition of his long
involvement in Jewish communal
affairs.
The Salute to Israel is held in
cooperation with the State of
Israel Bonds Organization and is
sponsored by the Allington
Towers Israel Bonds Committee.
Chairman are Lewis R. Cohen,
Manual Feldman, Reuben
Dorfman and Eli Stiftel
Zeidel has been active in
synagogue work and currently
serves as president of the
Allington Towers Men's Club. He
has been active in the Minyan
Club and B'nai B'rith.
Special guest entertainer will
be Eddie Schaffer, the Jewish
humorist.
BEACON TOWERS
On Monday, Dec. 17, at 8 p.m..
the residents of Beacon Towers
will meet in the pool area to hear
Tom Cohen discuss the latest
situation in the Middle East.
Cohen is a well-known Jewish
communal leader in New York an
Broward County and will par-
ticipate in the annual Beacon
Towers Night for Israel.
The residents of Beacon
Towers will receive the Israel
Generation Scroll which is given
by the State of Israel Bonds
Organization in recognition of
dedication and devotion to the
economic support of Israel.
Chairpersons and Mr. and Mrs.
Isidor Jan Bookbinder.
PARKER PLAZA
Barbara Brown Muller, well-
known in Jewish Philanthropic
circles, will be the recipient of
Israel's Peace Award at the
annual Parker Plaza Night in
Israel.
Mrs. Muller is scheduled to
receive the honor Tuesday, Dec.
18, at 8 p.m., in the Parker Plaza
Gold Room. Long active in
Jewish communal affairs, she is a
life member of Hadasaah, the
American Technion Society and
Temple Beth Raphael. She has
been active in numerous organ-
izations, including American
Friends of Hebrew University,
Douglas Gardens Jewish Home
for thevAged, Papanicolaou
Cancer Institute and the
American Red Mogen David for
Israel. She has been honored by
the Jewish National Fund for her
South Qiiowaiid
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by Rochelle Koenig
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Walter Katz, son of Herbert and Ellie Katz, has become a
Bar Mitzvah. Everyone present could feel and share the hap-
piness and excitement shown by Walter on his big day. Grand-
mother, Gertrude Katz, Uncle Sherman and Aunt JoAnn Katz
were beaming. Brothers Danny and Tom, sisters Sally and
Laura, were also very proud of Walter's outstanding Torah
readings and the way he conducted practically the whole
Sabbath service at Temple Heth Shalom.
Ellie's family the Joseph and Bud Meyerhoffs of
Baltimore had arrived earlier in the week, and the entire Katz
and Meyerhoff clan also enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday
together. Walter had the distinction of celebrating the first Bar
Mitzvah of a student from the original class of the Temple Beth
Shalom Day School. He was so honored by Jack Shapiro,
honorary tempi president for life. Jack Bennan is current
temple'president.
In the evening, Ellie transformed the temple social hall into
an enchanting garden setting with graceful trees highlighted by
hundreds of tiny lights, hanging plants, bouquets of flowers,
and the warmth of glowing candles. Sketches and photographs
of Walter decorated the room. Rabbi Morton Malavaky crooned
a medley of tunes. Brothers Danny, 11 years old, and Tom, a
first year law student at Georgetown, sisters Sally, a sophomore
at the University of Pennsylvania, and Laura, who works in
Washington for Sen. Benson of Texas, collaborated with a
special "toast" for Walter. Friends David Brodie and Dror Netz
gave Walter special gifts. It was a beautiful day. Con-
gratulations to the Katz family.
A few days later found Ellie celebrating again. This time it
was her birthday. Good friends Marilyn Kaplan, Charlotte
Brodie, and Selma Hopen contrasted the lavish Bar Mitzvah
party by taking Ellie to lunch at a local salad bar.
The annual Hollywood Scholarship Foundation luncheon at
the Diplomat Hotel resembled a winter wonderland of white and
glittering silver. Gloria Conn and Brenda Dee were co-chair-
women with Berle Geronemua, Martha Schecter and Jan
Grossman handling tickets and invitations.
The fashions shown by Saks were elegant and
sophisticated, yet soft and feminine. It was an outstanding
collection of luxurious, entrance-making clothing in the latest
electric colors. Seated at my table were more lovely ladies as
slender as the Saks models hostess Selma Hopen, Be nit a
Schwartz, Marilyn Kaplan, Ellie Katz, Elaine Koplin, Elaine
Luxenberg and Leah Kurtz. Noticed a few young law wives, Jo
Ellen Kalis, Jo Ann London, and Shirley Weber enjoying the
holiday style show. The large collection of door prizes was
amassed by Carole Sacks, while Ruth Galvin, Aviva Baer, and
Norms HorvRz organized the hostess committee. Incidentally,
Norma's handsome son Wayne was one of the models. Reser-
vations were handled by Seena Berk and finances by Harriet
Blitz. The organization gives scholarships to local high school
indents with average grades in need of financial assistance.
Annette Milloff founded the (croup.
groups in the Hallmark complex.
Dr. Pollock is member of B'nai
B'rith and has served as co-
chairman of several Israel Bonds
campaigns, as well as campaigns
for the local Jewish Federation.
Mrs. Pollock is a member of
Hadassah and has long been
active in synagogue affairs.
The Hallmark Israel Bonds
Committee is sponsoring the
vent, and Jack Scharf is
:hairman. Emil Cohen will be the
guest entertainer.
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dedication to Israel.
Chairman are Mrs. Matin
Harnick and Mrs. Irma Rochlin.
Special guest will be Emil Cohen,
night dub entertainer
HALLMARK
A night in Israel will be held
inthe Hallmark social hall,
Wednesday, Dec. 19, at 8 p.m.
Dr. Robert and Bert Pollock will
recerive the Israel Generation
Award, recognizing their efforts
on behlf of the local Jewish
community and the people of
Israel.
The Pollocks are members of
Temple Sinai of Hollywood and
have been active with numerous
Dr. and Mrs. Pollock
B'NAI B'RITH HERZL
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Lewis H. Cohen will receive the
Gracious entertaining during the holiday season charac-
terizes the South Broward scene. Adele Levine planned a bridal
shower and luncheon in her Emerald Hills Townhouse. The
honoree was Dawn Edgar, bride-to-be of Alan Cohen, grandson
of A dele's close friend Eunice Rosen. The friendly bridge club
added in "spades" to the festivities with their "heart" felt good
wishes; Gladys Sussman, Helen Kaplan, Debra Rappaport,
Minerva Davis, Dorothy Block. Sylvia Schlanger, and Ethel
Avidan. Ethel and husband Alex had recently returned from
Sarasota and an art gallery tour. Others attending were Gussie
Krome, Sally Liebenthal, Jane Glick, Dorothy Katz, Helen
Covitz, Audrey Halpern, and Sue Spiegel. Everyone enjoyed the
delicious luncheon and hospitality of their gracious hostess.
Mazel Tov to the young couple and to grandparents Milton and
Eunice Rosen.
Winter get-away vacations are very popular with local
residents. Marvin and Sue Feldman spent a few days in Las
Vegas Marvin and Charlotte Gottleib and Joe^nd Gloria (of
Glorianne's) Reich cruised the Caribbean on ^he Song of
Norway" ... Dr. David and Shelly Stone attended a podiatry
meeting in the chocolate capital. Hershey, Pa., and then the
group continued on to Greece for more toetapping fun Phil
and Lillian Zeefe are back in town for the season. Saw them
dining with family and friends at Emerald Hills Country Club.
Mazel Tov to the Oscar Goodsteins on their 50th
Anniversary. Daughter Diane Goodstein is a cheerful, smiling
face on our Federation staff Temple Sinai honored authors
Mollie Padow, Saga of 80 Years of Living, and Dr. Donald
Berman, Masada, at the Sabbath observance of Jewish Book
Month Dec. 26 at 11 a.m. will be the annual Temple Sinai
College Get-Together for Brunch with Rabbi Seymour Friedman
. Congratulations to Hy and Marcy Kameron on the engage-
ment of son Alan to Karen Haber Best wishes to Dr.
Clement and Berle Geronemus on the birth of their first grand-
child Heather Geronemus.
Famous vocalist Roberta Peters was recently in Hollywood
when she visited close friend Shatzi Kahn. Shatzi brought her
guest to hear the exciting Women's Division, Career Women's
Seminar led by Nancy Atkin and Elaine Fleisher. The topic was
"Political Profiles of Women" and was a dynamic evening
featuring the outstanding panelists County Commissioner Fran
Groan, Judge Miette Burnstein, and Dade Commissioner Ruth
Shack.
Temple Sinai is most fortunate to have members like
Adolph and Nelne Schonfeld. Adolph is a leader of the Minyan
Club and a Temple board member. Nellie radiates warmth and
friendship to everyone who knows her, as well as having
fabulous culinary skills. For years both have given significant
leadership to Temple Sinai. They were an obvious choice to be
honored at the Temple Israel Board Dinner.
Words of praise came from Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro, Al and Marilyn Ponn, as well as
Eli Stiftel. Among the guests who shared the special evening
were Syd and Irene Holtzman, Jake and Bea Mogilowitz. Temple
President Mort and Dorothy Kuehner, Mary Feldman, Ted and
I il Sorin, and Herman and Rosemarie Goodman.
At our table we enjoyed the comradery of the Dr. Bob
Pittells, Dr. Phil Levins, who kept our wine glasses filled, and
the Dr. Al Rosenthals. Al recently attended a United Synagogue
Convention with Rabbi Friedman, where the busy doctor finally
found time to attend morning services. When he opened his
tefillin bag he found to his chagrin a yellow tennis ball. Eleven-
year-old son Stuart had been using the tefillin.
A very Happy Chanukah to all!
Israel Generation Award ata
Night in Israel to be held
Wednesday, Dec. 19, at 8p.m.
The event is sponsored by the
B'nai B'rith Herzl Lodge, and
Cohen will receive the award in
the Haber-Karp Hall at Tenw^>
Sinai, Hollywood. Cohen lK.
been active in Jewish communal
affairs for quite some time and is
past president of Herzl Lodge.
He is a member of Temple Beth
Shalom and serves as an officer of
its Men's Club.
Jack Solot is chairman of the
event, and the special guest will
be Tom Cohen, a local Jewish
communal leader.
Bea and Monroe Kaplan
GALAHAD WEST
Bea and Monroe Kaplan will
receive Israel's Generation
Award at a Night in Israel to be
held in the Galahad West Social
Hall, Thursday, Dec. 20, at 8
p.m.
The Kaplans will be recognized
for their involvement adn
dedication to many Jewish
communal and civic organ-
izations. Kaplan has been active
in temple affairs and is a past
president of the Lions Quo in
Verona, N.J. Mrs. Kaplan has
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led with Hadassah and has
honored by that organ
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"nion and have participated
'veral campaigns for Israel
Bonds and the UJA.
The chairman of the event is
Alfred Lowy; co-chairman are
Sidney S. Hodes, George
Schneider and Dr. Irwin Travis.
Emil Cohen will be the guest
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rd at a breakfast held in his honor at the Hallandale Jewish
Her. The event was sponsored by the State of Israel Bonds
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tlf of the economic development of the Jewish State. From left are:
landale Commissioner Sam Waterman, Alfred Newman, Canon,
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Hadassah Chapter Has Youth A liyah Lunch
ham Sharir, parliamentary whip of the Israeli Knesset was in
|h Broward to brief leaders of the Israel Bonds Campaign on the
j-ent situation in the Middle East and on progress in the peace
lotiatlona. From left are: Dr. Stanley I. Margulies, Vicki Raymond,
V Sharir, Sharir, Audrey and Dr. Sam Meline.
On Wednesday, Dec. 12, the
Southwest Broward Chapter of
Hadassah held its third annual
Youth Aliyah Luncheon at
Bonaventure Country Club.
Hadassah is the largest
contributor to the Youth Aliyah
Program, which in the 45 years of
its existence has taken care of
175,000 children who have come
to Israel from all over the world.
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Pa., a member of the national
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Hollybrook.
Rita Sherman is president of
the chapter and a member of the
Florida Mid-Coast Region of
Hadassah board. Chairman of the
day was Ethel Siegel, fund-rais-
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A musical program was
presented by Ellie Jacovitz,
accompanied by Jack Cagan at
the piano.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 14,1979
CJF Assembly Supports Handling of Iranian Crisis
MONTREAL The Council
of Jewish Federations adopted a
resolution strongly supporting
President Carter's actions in
handling the grave situation in
Iran. The move came at the 48th
General Assembly of the CJF
represented by over 2,600
delegates from throughout the
United States and Canada.
"We deeply deplore the events
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taking place in Iran, and express
our concern for our fellow citizens
held hostage in the US Embassy.
We abhor terrorism in any form,"
the importation of Iranian oil,"
the statement noted.
The council of Jewish Fed-
erations made a direct appeal to
its 190 constituent Federations to
take immediate steps to com-
municate with their members,
groups and affiliated organ-
izations to encourage reduction in
gas consumption according to the
guidelines set forward by the US
Department of Energy.
"This is imperative," said the
statement, "if we are to retain
our sovereignty and carry out
policies based on sound
democratic priciples."
The Council of Jewish Fed-
erations is the association of Fed-
erations which serve nearly 800
communities and embrace over
95 per cent of the Jewish
population of the United States
and Canada. Established in 1932,
the council serves as a national
instrument to strengthen the
work and impact of Jewish Fed-
erations through leadership in
developing programs to meet
changing needs in the Jewish
community; through the av^
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to assure the most effective
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establishing guidelines for fund-
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through joint national planning
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dealing with local, regional,
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Ask Abe
By Abe Halpern
THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS
(Sixth of series)
ntinued from last column, Jewish Floridian
\ Shofar, Nov. 30,1979, p. 15.
LU scholars agree that the discovery of the
Id Sea Scrolls is one of the greatest archeo-
cal finds of modern times.
fror more than three decades since the first
ten scrolls were found, the study and analysis
Ihe contents by many scholars is still going on.
fere are constant discussions, lectures and
Iny books still being written about the subject.
Following are a few brief summaries about their
nificance to Judaism, Jewish history and
pture.
|* "First of all as regards to Biblical studies we
ave here the oldest Biblical manuscripts ever
"and. One thousand years older than any
brew manuscript of the Bible ever before
covered, and several hundred years older than
t translations of the Bible ever found. It helps
| to better understand the evolution and the
cess of codification of the Old Testament text.
The second importance is to Jewish history
1 culture. For the first time we have writings of
Essenes, a Jewish sect whom we knew existed
I about whom we knew very little. The dif-
knce between them and the normative Judaism
Ihose days was that the Essenes were more
hodox rather than more liberal." (From the
I commentary by Yigael Yadin dated 1974)
l The Dead Sea Scrolls provide the scholars an
litional link in the study of paleography, the
Jelopment of the Hebrew alphabet as used by
ilical scribes throughout the centuries.
According to Miller Burrows, not only the
L and languages of the Hebrew Bible are
ninated bv the Qumran text but also the
tory of the Bible and history of the in-
pretation of the Hebiew Bible.
1 "The men of Qumran had withdrawn to the
derness of Judea to prepare the way of the
M by the study of the Law, as the Manual of
kcipline says. Some of their literature therefore
Isists of regulations and directions for personal
feiuct and for the life and worship of the
timunity. The directions and rules recorded in
se documents are not presented in the form of
in-mat ic deductions from the Laws of Moses or
ler parts of the sacred canon, though an in-
fental citation of Scripture appears oc-
lionally. It is quite clear, however, from the
lh veneration for the laws frequently expressed,
It the sect considered its own rules and
human- application and explanation of the
Wed law.
The Museum of the Dead Sea ScroUs, the Shrine
of the Book in Jerusalem. The dome is symbolic of
the shape of the lid on the jars in which the scrolls
were found. The white is symbolic of the Qumran
Sect who called themselves The Children of Light,
and their enemies the Children of Darkness, Black
wall at left. (Photo by Abe Halpern)
"The most remarkable exhibit of the com-
munity's principles and methods of exegesis is
afforded by the commentaries on books of the Old
Testament. Most of them are expositions of the
prophetic books. The Habakkuk Commentary is
best known and complete of them all, but there
were also the scant remains on Micah and
Zephaniah and on Hosea and Nahum .
Commentaries on other parts of the canon are
represented only by the one on Genesis 49 and the
commentaries on Psalms Many if not all of
these manuscripts are so to speak first editions
..." I More Light on the Dead Sea Scrolls by
Millar Burrows, pp. 165,166)
"The Dead Sea Scrolls are important because
of their content and also because of the unusual
nature of the times in which they were written. It
was the period of the destruction of the Second
Temple, bringing to an end with the brief
exception of the Bar Kochba revolt the
existence of the Jewish state until the rebirth of
Israel in 1948 about 2,000 years later." (From the
tape commentary by Yigael Yadin dated 1974)
"A further contribution to the Biblical
material from Qumran is made by the com-
mentaries on various books Since the Biblical
text is quoted in them phrase by phrase before the
comment is appended, they provide further
evidence for the text of Hebrew Bible at the end of
the Second Temple times." (Encyclopedia
Judaica, vol. 5, col. 1401)
A summary of the significance of the Dead
Sea Scrolls to Christianity will appear in the next
column.
(To be continued)
Editor's note:
Please send all questions to:
ASK ABE
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Florida 33020
Temple Solel Events Slated
Orly +o Keynote '80 Big Gifts
Continued from P /e 1
Ihe Irgun (und ground). He
led the Israeli Defense Forces
1948 and took part in the War
Independence. As a volunteer
Ihe Airborne Corps, Orly was
[of the founding members of
'orps.
let ween 1968 and 1971. Orly
red as head of the Israeli
Defense Forces military mission
in Ethiopia. On his return to
Israel, he was appointed com-
manding officer of an infantry
brigade and in 1972 he was
appointed deputy commander of
the Gaza Strip.
In 1973. Orly was appointed
Governor General of the Gaza
Strip and Northern Sinai and was
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A. Allen Sandier, president of
Temple Solel in Hollywood,
announced that the following
delegates will represent the
temple at the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations Biennial
Convention in Toronto: Rabbi
Robert P. Frazin, spiritual leader
of Temple Solel, Mrs. Idella
Weinberg, Mrs. Eve Horwitz,
Mrs. Karen Kaminsky and Mrs.
Sylvia Greenberg.
On Sunday evening, Dec. 2, the
Adult Education Committee of
Temple Solel presented Egon
Meyer who spoke on "Inter-
marriage." On Sunday, Jan. 6,
the guest speaker will be Gary
Eisenberg. who will speak on the
"Cults." The program will begin
at 7:30 p.m. Adult education
calsses include Beginning
Hebrew. Intermediate Hebrew.
Ulpan (conversational Hebrew),
Adult Confirmation and Bible
Study.
The Social Action Committee
is involved in planning for a new
Home for the Aged, Runaway
Shelter and sponsoring a Viet-
namese family.
Family Night Shabbat
Obituaries
LUDWIG
Louis, 80 of Hallandale. died Dec. 2 In
Miami Beach. Ludwig was founder and
Chairman of the board of Eagle electric
Manufacturing Co. of N.Y.C., president
and chairman of the board of Eagle
electric Manufacturing of Canada Ltd.
member of the board of governors of the
Weizman Institute in Israel, vice
president of the American Committee
for the Weizman Institute In America,
vice president of AMPAL Corp. of
N.Y.C.. past board member of U.J.A.,
Bonds for Israel Chairman In Mahopac.
N.Y., honorary president of
Congregation Adath Israel In Long
Island City and member of Temple Beth
Shalom of Mahopac NY Survivors
Include his wife Miriam of Hallandale.
son Melvln of Great Neck, daughter
Doris Ludwig of N.Y.C., brother Philip'
Ludwig of NYC. slaters Mrs. Rhoda
Cohen of North mlaml Beach, four
granddaughters and one great-grand-
son. Funeral services were held In New
York City. The Riverside had charge of
arrangements.
promoted to the rank of brigadier
general. In addition to this
assignment, he received a
secondary appointment in the
Yom Kippur War, making him
commander of the Suez Canal
Western Area.
He was appointed coordinator
of Government and Israeli
Defense Forces Operations in the
Administered Territories in 1976.
Winograd explained that the
$10,000 minimum commitment
dinner will direct itself to the
unmet human and social needs of
the people of Israel and Jews
throughout the world.
The Big Gifts committee in-
cludes Joseph Bloom, Frank
Beckerman, Lewis E. cohn,
Morris Deakter, Alex Garber.
Herbert D. Katz, Sherman Katz.
Herbert Kravitz.
Also Abe Mailman, Theodore
Newman, Nathan Pritcher, Jack
Salt/man. David Schlossman,
Nat Sedley, Irving Serwitz, Saul
Singer, M.D., Otto Stieber and
Paul Weiner.
Allen Gordon is associate Big
Gifts chairman.
CANDLEUGHTING
TIME
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Worship Service will begin at
, 8:15 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, the
first night of Chanukah. Family
Night Shabbat Worship Service
also will be held on Jan. 4 at 8:15
p.m.
Sisterhood and Brotherhood
will have a Chanukah Family
Dinner on Sunday. Dec. 16.
Sisterhood is planning "An
Afternoon of Movies" during the
winter semester break, Dec. 26 at
the temple.
The Grand People will sponsor
a Chanukah Party at the
Hollywood Hills Nursing Home
on Dec. 21.
Religious
Directory
NORTH BROWARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
A. Neu.
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform (44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
57th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44 A)
MIRAMAR
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Cantor Joseph Wichelewski. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE BETH EMET. Pines Middle
School. 200 NW Douglas Rd Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Bennet Greenspon.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd.. Hollywood. Conservative. Rabbi
Bernard P. Shoter
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheon
J. Harr. 64)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
GOGUE.7473NW4thSt. (69)
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob Dan
ziger. il2)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kongsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Landman. (47B)
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Avt.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer (45)
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
TEMPLE SINAI 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Seymour Fried
man. Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Naf taly A. Linkovsky. (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood. Fla. 33021. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Robert P. Frazin.
Cantor Michael Kyrr. (47C)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
FORT LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
Road Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe
Bomzer. (52)
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