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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
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Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Dec. 24, 1971 called no. 3 in masthead and no. 4 in publisher's statement; July 21, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Aug. 3, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Feb. 2, 1972 called no. 2 in masthead and no. 3 in publisher's statement; Apr. 26, 1974 called no. 9 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Aug. 2, 1974 called no. 5 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
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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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Volume 10 Number 17
Hollywood, Florida Friday, August 22, 1980
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Discover Israel
By ALBERT AND
MARLENE FINCH
Editor's Note: Al and Maiiene
Finch made their third trip to
Israel in November 1979. It was
their first mission with the
Jewish Federation of South
Urn ward. This year, the Finches
will be leading 80 South Broward
residents to Israel aa chairmen of
the Oct. 16-26 Community
Mission.
As a tourist, you would only
get to see Israel with your eyes.
~n a mission, you discover it
ith your whole heart and soul.
If you haven't been to Israel on
a mission, you haven't been to
Israel.
A mission brings you into
personal contact with the
country. You do not feel isolated
or apart like a stranger in a
foreign land. You come to feel a
sense of kinship with the land.
You get to know more about the
history, the landmarks, the
culture, the traditions. You feel a
special sense of pride in the
beauty of the beaches, the
majesty of the hills, the
exuberance, talents and hap-
piness of the people, as you climb
Masada or swim in the Dead Sea.
There is an enormous dif-
ference between going to Israel as
a tourist or as a member of a
mission. And while everyone who
visits Israel comes away the
richer for it, those who have gone
there as members of missions will
tell you it has affected them in a
powerful and positive way they
find difficult to describe. Yet they
know the feeling will remain with
them forever.
The cost of this year's mission
is $999 per person, including
meals. Minimum gift to the
Federation's 1981 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign is SI ,500 for head
of household plus a $500 woman's
gift to the Women's Division.
Individual travelers will be
expected to make a $1,500
minimum commitment.
There are only a limited
number of spaces still available
for the Oct. 16 mission. For
reservations and information,
contact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward Missions Desk.
Tennis Players Advance
In Maccabiah Qualifier
Three South Broward tennis
players qualified for the national
trials to determine the U.S. team
which will participate in the 11th
Maccabiah Games to be held in
Israel, July 6-16.
The tournament, which was
held at the Sans Souci tennis
courts in North Miami, was
under the direction of Tourna-
ment Director Hurley Ridgway.
Thirty-three men and women
entered the tournament with
hopes of advancing to the
national finals to be held in the
spring of 1981 and to go on to
represent the United States in
Israel.
Joel Schackne and Andy
Travis of Pembroke Pines
captured the men's open doubles
division by defeating Keith
Gainer and David Fixel, both of
North Dade. Scott Hunter of
Hollywood was the champion in
the men's open singles division.
Winners of other divisions
included Al Cohen in the men's
35 singles, Stu Fitelson in the
men's 45 singles, and Manny
Winitsky in the men's 66 singles.
Women's competition
champions included Ilene
Friedland in the women's open
singles and Mimi Kanarek in the
women's 36 singles.
Funds raised through Project Renewal will be used to expand existing housing as well as building new
housing for the residents of Hod Hasharon.
projct renewal.
The government of Israel, working in concert
with the worldwide Jewish community, has
embarked on a comprehensive program for social
change called Project Renewal. Project Renewal
is committed to the social rehabilitation of 45,000
immigrant families who are living in 160
distressed neighborhoods which lack adequate
housing and necessary community and social
services in both urban and rural areas.
Project Renewal involves 300,000 people, 10
percent of the entire Jewish population of Israel.
Some 200,000 of that number are children, or one
Israeli child ih every five. Most of the people to be
assisted by this ambitious new social program are
immigrants from the Moslem countries of North
Africa and Asia. Many of these people, however,
have been residents and citizens of Israel for more
than 22 years. They are a crucial part of Israel's
future, and until now a largely neglected
minority.
"Project Renewal," writes the Jerusalem Post,
"is an attempt to correct the mistakes of the
State's early years when masses of immigrants
were crowded into tiny box-like structures that
lacked the most elementary community services."
Most of these people never left the communities
in which they were re-settled. The toll has been
heavy; more dependent aged and more dependent
children than anywhere else in the country;
undereducation; underemployment; festering
feelings of helplessness and frustration.
Project Renewal is a program dedicated to
bringing these people into the mainstream of
creative life in Israel. It involves the renovation
and construction of housing units, the creation of
recreational and educational facilities including
pre-kindergartens and day centers, and the in-
tensification of social services; vocational
training, tutoring and family guidance counseling
among others. 'Project Renewal," said Prime
Minister Menachem Begin, "is a way of healing a
wound in the Jewish heart."
The program represents a partnership to be
funded equally by the people of Israel and the
Jews of the free world through the United Jewish
Appeal (UJA), funded in part by the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Cam-
paign. It is a $1.2 billion project and will take five
years to complete. It is a campaign above and
beyond the regular campaign.
The Jewish Federation of South Broward has
twinned with Hod Hasharon, a city northwest of
Tel Aviv.
Breslau to Lead President's Mission
Scott Hunter
Joel S. Breslau of Washington,
D.C. has been appointed
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal President's Mission to
Israel, Oct. 5-10, according to
Dr. Howard Barren, President's
Mission chairman for the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
"More than 400 Jewish leaders
from across the United States
will participate on this Mission,"
noted Dr. Barren, "a Mission
which will set the pace for
Campaign 81. In addition to
myself, members of the South
Broward delegation include Dr.
Earl Barron, Marge Saltzman,
Dr. Philip A. Levin, Max Cof-
fman, David Posnack, Susan
Singer, Harry Simon and Sumner
Kave.
"Spaces are still available on
the President's Mission.
Interested participants should
contact the Mission's Desk at the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward," said Dr. Barron.
Breslau's previous wide ex-
perience as a mission leader
includes the chairmanship of the
first two President's Missions, as
well as a 1975 mission to Poland,
the largest ever to visit that
country.
Breslau, a national vice
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal and former chairman of
its Overseas Programs Depar-
tment, has a long and
distinguished history of Jewish
service, noted Dr. Barron.
Former head of UJA Operation
Upgrade and solicitor training
programs, he was a member of
the original UJA Young
Leadership Cabinet, chaired its
Dr. Howard Barron
membership and placement
committee, and was that com-
mittee's first fund-raising
chairman.
Hillel Leaders Discuss Fund Allocations
The executive committee of the
Hillel Foundations of Florida met
recently at the Jewish Federation
of South Broward to discuss their
allocation of funds from the
Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign, according to
Federation President, Dr. Robert
Pit tell.
Hillel is a unique American
Jewish creation, noted Dr.
Pittell. "It is one of the most
successful Jewish institutions
created in this hemisphere in this
century. Hillel was founded by
the Jewish Federations in
Florida, in cooperation with the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations.
The purpose of the organization
is to provide for a system of
service and accountability to the
Jewish academic community
throughout the state of Florida.
"We read many studies in-
dicating that the American
Jewish community of the future
will be smaller in number, "said
Dr. Pittell. "Many see such
predictions laden with dire
consequences. Therefore, what
happens Jewishly on campus is
crucial."
Dr. Pittell continued, "The
Hillels on the campuses see the
Arab influence as developing into
a major area of concern. We must
do our best to combat this ever
growing problem.''
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Sukkot Event Tied to Project Renewal
The annual celebration of
Sukkot in South Breward will be
held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Sept
23 at the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center 2838
Hollywood Blvd.. under the
auspices of the JCC and the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Israel Information
Desk
The theme of the celebration,
which commemorates the final
harvest festival, will be directly
related to the latest undertaking
of the Federation, Project
Renewal. Project Renewal is a
program by which the Federation
is twinned with a community in
Israel. The mayor of that
community. Simcha Moaz of Hod
Hasharon. will have a
proclamation read in his absence.
"Many residents of South
Broward have visited Hod
Hasharon while on Federation-
sponsored missions." noted Co-
Chairmen, Avis Sachs and
Norman Freedman. "They feel a
special closeness to the people of
Hod Hasharon. It will be very
exciting to celebrate Sukkot and
have our friends of Hod
Hasharon with us in spirit, if not
in body."
The Sukkot celebration is open
to the community.
Current Events
The Soviet Jewry Committee
of the Community Relations
Committee of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
invites the entire community to
hear a discussion on current
events in Russia by Rabbi
Herbert Tobin, who will be
joining the Federation staff,
according to Dr. Stan Spaiz.
Soviet Jewry chairman.
The event will be held Sunday,
Sept. 14, at 8 p.m. at the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center, 2838 Hollywood Blvd
The program is free of charge.
Fashion Show,
Spaghetti Dinner
Sisterhood of Temple Israel of
Miramar plans a fashion show
and spaghetti dinner Sunday,
Aug. 24, at 4 p.m. at 6920 SW
35th St.. Miramar.
The fashion show will be
presented by J.C. Penney,
narrated by Debbie Bizzel. For
tickets, contact Marcia Adler,
Adele Stepper or the temple
_ office.
Prom left are Ruth Rodensky. Patty Kelrick. Hannah Schorr and
Lynda Wilentz. Not pictured are Bevi Schram and Florence Roth.
Women's Division community education vice president.
Agency Bus Tours Slated
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division Bus Tour Committe met
recently to make plans for their
three upcoming Bus Tours,
according to Ruth Rodensky,
chairman.
"The purpose of the Bus Tours
is to let the community see what
local agencies the Federation
dollars are allocated to," ex-
plained Mrs. Rodensky.
Agencies that will be visited on
the Bus Tours include the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center, Temple Beth Shalom Day
School. Southeast Senior Day
Care Center at Temple Sinai and
Miami Home and Hospital for
the Aged at Douglas Gardens,
she said.
This year's Bus Tours are set
for Thursday. Nov. 6. Monday,
Dec. 8 and Tuesday, Jan. 13.
For additional information,
contact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
Career Women's Council
Sets 'Race for Influence9
The Career Women's Council
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Women's Division will
participate in "Race for
Influence" on Wednesday, Sept.
17, according to Nancy Atkin.
chairman.
"Race for Influence" will be a
discussion on the Jewish con-
sciousness of candidates for local.
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Panelists include Sharon
Solomon, representing the views
of the Women's Political Caucus;
Debbie Finkelstein, representing
the views of the National Council
of Jewish Women; and Meral
Ehrenstein, representing the
views of the American Israeli
Public Affairs Committee
(AIPAC).
The 7:30 p.m. event will be
held at the Federation office,
2719 Hollywood Blvd., said Mrs.
Atkin.
The Career Women's Council
steering committee includes
Sylvia Abram. Mrs. Ehrenstein,
Marjorie Fishman. Elaine
Fleisher, Holli Harwin, Mariene
Heller, Rita Ilowit, Ina Linda,
Pauline Lupowitz.
Also, Betty Pollack. Phyllis
Pritcher, Judie Richman, Bar-
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Susan Singer, Sally Weiss, Shane
Wolf and Marion Wolfson
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The Jewish Federation of South Broward Women'a Division Shalom
Committee met recently to discuss plans for this year's Shalom
events. The first one, to be held at the home of Jaclu and Simon Reich
baum. is set for Saturday, Oct. 4. The second event is set for Saturday
Oct. 11, at the home of Debbie and Tony Lundy. Shalom events an
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Seated from left are Florence Roth, Jacki Reichbaum and Hedia
Cantor. Standing from left are Edna Jacobs, Debbie Lundy, Randy
Blackburn, Avis Sachs and Florence Pasternack. Not pictured art
Audrey Klein, Shalom chairman; Kay la Hercovitrh and Susan
Snyder.
Witnesses Are Needed
Emst Killers, Constantin Canaris and Kurt Ashe are going
on trial in Kiel, Germany, for atrocities committed against Jews
during World War II. Please forward to the Holocaust and
Remembrance Commission Chairman, Carl Rosenkopf, under
the auspices of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Com.
munity Relations Committee, the names and addresses of wit-
nesses living in the United States. Replies from witnesses might
be of tremendous importance. Time is of the essence. Rosenkopf
can be reached through the Jewish Federation of South
Broward.____
Senator
Richard (Dick)
One step ahead
on important issues
that concern Floridians.
Inflation
Energy
Unemployment
Strong National Defense
Strong Support for our Allies
Fair Laws to Prevent Condominium Abuses
Increased Social Security Benefits
Eliminating the Earnings Ceiling on Social Security Benefits
Increased Disabled Veterans Benefits
Recomputation for Retired Military Personnel
Opened New Foreign Markets for Florida Citrus
Fought to Protect Florida Farmers
from Dumpings of Foreign Produce
Opposes Withholding Tax on
Interest and Dividends
Richard (Dick) Stone, a hard working
Senator, with over 3.000 recorded votes
representing a 97.18%voting record,
kept his promise to visit all 67 counties
every year to learn first hand the concerns I
of the people of Florida. a
Re-elect U.S. Senator RICHARD (DICK) STONE
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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NEA Endorses Stack for Re-election

WASHINGTON, D.C. The
National Education Association
(NKA), with some 1.8 million
members nationwide, has en-
dorsed the re-election of U.S.
Rep. Edward J. Stack (D.-Fort
l.auderdale).
The president of NEA, Willard
McGuire, told Stack in a letter
announcing his endorsement,
'Your re-election to the U.S.
fcHouse of Reprsentative will be in
the best interests of school
children, parents, educators, and
your constituency as a whole."
McGuire further expressed the
organization's appreciation for
Stack's "continuing support for
sound school legislation."
Accompanying the NEA
endorsement of Stack was his
endorsement by the Florida
Teaching Profession, (the FTP,)
which is an affiliate of the NEA.
The FTP is Florida's largest
teachers' organization.
John Myrick, president of
FTP, wrote Stack, "We feel that
the democratic, grassroots
process we use to determine our
choice in political races has
yielded the best possible result.
Edward Stack is a man the
teachers in the Twelfth
Congressional District can stand
solidly behind."
Stack was strongly recom-
mended for endorsement by
Mm ward County's Classroom
Teachers' Association, with some
4,000 members in the Twelfth
Congressional District.
Stack serves on the influential
Committee on Education and
Labor. He is the only majority
party member on this committee
from a state south of North
Carolina. Stack is presently
sponsoring legislation that will
require the federal government tc
reimburse local school districts
for the cost of educating Cuban
and Haitian refugee children.
Without this legislation, the
expense would have to be borne
totally by local taxpayers, most
of them in South Florida.

Dr. Phil Levin
Sumner Kaye
Attend Washington Briefing
CJF Controllers Institute
nil To be Held in New Orleans
Irving Fox, Jewish Federation
of South Hroward's controller,
will join controllers from
Federations throughout the U.S.
and Canada to discuss the fiscal
and administrative concerns of
local Federations and their
agencies at the annual Con-
trollers Institute to be held Sept.
21-23 in New Orleans.
Sponsored by the Council of
Jewish Federations, the Con-
trollers Institute is designed to
enhance professional skills in the
area of Federation fiscal
operations.
The Institute will include
workshops on auditing,
Federation functional accounting
and the use of the word processor
We're Proud
The adage "the apple
doesn't fall far from the tree"
is true indeed. Saul and
Susan Schechter, son-in-law
and daughter of Sam and
Betty Kotler of Hillcrest,
have followed faithfully in
their father's footsteps. Sam
has been a leading force in
the important and highly
successful Hillcrest Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
The young couple live in
Clearwater, and Saui
Schechter has recently
accepted the chairmanship of
the UJA drive for all of
PineUas County. Susan, a
leader in the Women's
Division, presides as a vice
chairman.
Their devotion to their
heritage and their interest in
Jewish survival can serve as
a model for all. We
congratulate them and wish
them good luck.___________
Irving Fox
and other new office products.
Other topics to be presented are
"Personnel Interviewing and
Record Keeping" and "Record
Retention and Storage."
The Council of Jewish
Federations is the association of
200 Federations, Welfare Funds
and Community Councils which
serve nearly 800 communities
and embrace over 95 percent 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
Federations through leadership
in developing programs to meet
the changing needs of the Jewish
community; through the ex-
change of successful experiences
to assure the most effective
community services; through
establishing guidelines for fund
raising and operation; and
through joint national planning
and action on common purposes
dealing with local, regional,
national and international needs.
The Broward County
congressman serves on a total of
nine committees and sub-
committees. His other education-
related assignment include the
Subcommittee on Select
Education and the Subcommittee
on Human Resources.
The Subcommittee on Select
Education deals with vocational
rehabilitation, the education of
handicapped children, the
VISTA organization, and the
\CTION agency.
The Subcommittee on Human
iesources is concerned with the
Older Americans Act, the
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
Prevention Act, drug and
alchohol abuse, and child and
spouse abuse.
Stack served as sheriff of
Broward County from 1969 to
1978. He is seeking his second
term in Congress.
Dr. Philip A. Levin, Campaign
chairman for the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward's 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, and Sumner
Kaye, the Federation executive
director, recently attended a two-
day briefing in Washington, D.C.
Their meetings began on
Sunday, Aug. 17, with a recep-
tion and dinner. They were
addressed by Zvi Brosh from the
Ministry of Information for
Israel. The theme for the meeting
was campaign planning for the
1981 annual humanitarian cam-
paign held on behalf of world
Jewry.
Immediately following an AI-
PAC briefing by Morris Amitay,
executive director, they attended
a White House briefing regarding
the current status of matters
with Israel.
The meeting was held under
the direction of Hershel Blum-
berg, national Campaign chair-
' man for the 1981 United Jewish
Appeal, with cooperation from
Paul Rosenberg, national vice
chairman of overseas programs
for the United Jewish Appeal.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood to Meet
Temple Beth El Sisterhood is
having its first luncheon meeting
of the season on Tuesday, Sept.
2, at noon in the Tobin
Auditorium of the temple.
The program will feature
"Tony and his girls." Tony and
Christina, father and daughter,
will sins: and dance. Tony comes
from New Haven, Conn., where
he has worked with the Yale
Drama School and has performed
on the condominium circuit for
the past three years.
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Reports have been trickling into the media
about the mass starvation among refugees in the
Hom of Africa. There are reportedly 1.5 million
Ethiopian refugees in Somalia. Ethiopia reportedly
has some 700.000 refugees inside its country. This
may include the Falashas. the Black Jews of
Ethiopia, who are being decimated by the war going
on in that area.
But do we hear about all this? Are. special
emergency sessions of the General Assembly or
other United Nations agencies being called as
millions starve not only in the Horn of Africa but in
other parts of Africa?
The United Nations has been too busy speaking
about Palestinians. The problems of Palestinians
dominate every UN session, whether it is a meeting
about women, as was the case in Copenhagen;
labor, health or the recent waste of time and money
which called a special emergency session of the
General Assembly on the Palestinian issue.
As Israeli Ambassador Yehuda Blum puts it so
eloquently at that session, the majority at the UN
"shamelessly turned its back on the real problems
facing makind by indulging so much of its time in
barren anti-Israel exercises."
Remember how UN Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim and the UN establishment had to be
dragged in kicking and screaming to act on the
horrendous situation of the boat people and other
refugees in Indochina? UN officials now stand
accused of ignoring the plight of the starving
refugees in the Horn of Africa. Yet Waldheim and
other UN bureaucrats are quick to comment only on
Israel.
World Reaction
World reaction to the- Jerusalem declaration
was only to be expected. The reaction is particularly
sharp in Catholic Church quarters, and that too was
to be expected. One might, maliciously we suppose,
suggest that for thousands of years Jews have been
reacting to negative declarations from the Church.
Is it unkind also to suggest that what was sauce for
the goose must now to considered sauce for the
gander? That Israel is entitled to be indifferent to
Vatican ministrations for a change?
The furor over the Jerusalem declaration hides
an even more important Middle East issue, and that
is the discovery that Egypt's President Sadat has
been secretly urging the African nations not to
reestablish diplomatic ties with Israel now that
peace between Israel and Egypt is a de jure reality.
This is what the Africans devoutly desire,
having broken their diplomatic ties with Israel in
the first place because of the uninterrupted war
between these two countries despite their clear
recollection of the technical and economic assistant
Israel, not Egypt, rendered to them prior to the
1973 war. Clearly, they want the assistance resumed
and need it now.
Sadat's secret activity constitutes an un-
declared act of war. In effect, it shows the futility of
the entire peace process Egypt growing out of the
Camp David accord. It demonstrates the foolhardy
haste in which Prime Minister Begin announced his
willingness to cede the Sinai at the outset.
More than any of these considerations, it places
into question what Israel's position ought to be with
regard to the final stage of the Sinai withdrawal. In
all of these movements back out of the Peninsula
there has not been a single Egyptian quid pro quo
except vague promises of normalization, which thus
far have been all one-sided, and continuing demands
for more ind more Israeli concessions.
Abo- e all these things, Sadat's new undeclared
war against Israel in Africa demonstrates the
wisdom of the Jerusalem declaration in the first
place an act that should have been taken in 1967.
As petro-diplomacy seizes the Western imagination
and fires it with unrelenting fantasies of greed at
Israeli expense, the Jerusalem declaration must
stand as the ultimate response to an historically
anti-Semitic Western reaipolitik.
Above all things, it must say to a Catholic
Church that showed absolutely no interest in the
Jordanian desecration of Jerusalem from 1948 to
1967, let alone Jordan's barring even of Jewish
visitation rights there, simply to butt out of Israel's
business.
In Jerusalem, it is the Jewish soul that must
reign supreme.That is how ever it has been since the
day of David. Those who have thought to become
David's adopted children never gave David a chance
to say just how he felt about that in any case.
His true sons have now spoken.
Moshe Dayan: The Born Actor
By LARRY PRICE
Moshe Dayan is a born actor,
says Roy Davis, director of the
new BBC documentary series in
which Dayan stars, along with
Israel. He will go through a
scene as many times as is neces-
sary to get it right.' said the
British-born director, in Israel
only for the Dayan assignment.
The series will be named
Living with, the Bible, after
Dayan s book of the same name.
It will be in three parts, each one
hour long, tell Dayans life story
and. at the same time, that of
modem-day Israel
THE IDEA for the series came
from producer of the series,
Amon Zuckerman. 46, an Israeli
who until recently was head of
Israel Television. Soon after he
left the television. Zuckerman
approached Dayan in the letter's
Zahala home. After a two-hour
meeting. Zuckerman emerged
with a signed commitment from
Dayan to narrate and star in the
series.
Zuckerman then approached
BBC II with the idea, and they
bought it. provided they could
supply their own director and
scriptwriter. Zuckerman s
conditions were that his com-
pany. Rimon Communications,
would provide all other facilities.
Rimon communications hold
the distribution rights to the
series, and hopes for a worldwide
THEWQHRpAp
market. The film will be ainvi
early in the winter, 1980-81.
The BBC provided Roy Davis
who said of Dayan. "He is not at
all what I expected him to be. He
is small. He is gentle.' And
Davis was surprised not only
with Dayan, but with Israel as
well. "I expected Israel to be
dangerous and hostile. It's not.
It's peaceful and quiet."
ON A RECENT trek around
the ancient sites of Jerusalem,
two stars collided. Dayan came
across film director Roman
Polanski. who was touring the
city as a guest of Teddy Kolleck,
.Jerusalem's mayor. The two
"film" personalities paused for a
shot by photographers.
But Dayan is more, of course,
than a film star. His story is, in
many ways, the story of Israel.
Thus, the film goes to the first
kibbutz settlement in Israel,
Degania, where Dayan was born.
And. while the ex-Cabinet
minister, General, and Israeli
superstar walks around the
kibbutz fields, he speaks not only
of the ancient history of the land,
but of the modern history of
present-day Israel.
Similarly, when Dayan walks
through Israel's first Moshav
(cooperative smallholders settle-
ment), founded in 1921 by a
group including his father, a dual
meaning evolves: a peeling away
of the layers of earth from the
modern moshav existing today to
that founded sixty years ago. and
then back to a settlement which
was abandoned by Jews two
thousand years ago.
THUS THE film's double
dimension continues. Dayan
tours battlefields, both ancient
and modern, and in both recalls
their history, for his is the look
both of a general and of an ar-
cheologist. He overturns a
Continued on Page 13
We Can Permit Our Destruction
HAIFA-The long dragged-out
autonomy talks with respect to
the status of Judea and Samaria
could be brought to a speedy
conclusion in either one of two
ways. For one thing, the Begin
Government has only to yield to
everything that President Sadat
and the PLO and the Arab
irredentists demand. Or alter-
natively Sadat, having obtained
everything he wanted and more
in the South, could be a little
more flexible in his negotiations.
. However, the Egyptian
President is now following a clear
strategy. He has read the
speeches and statements of
Shimon Peres, who is generally
expected to succeed Begin when
Labor takes over after the next
election, and has come to the
conclusion that he would be able
to get a much better deal from
Labor. Hence he won't yield an
inch to Begin; the next Israeli
negotiator has already an-
nounced he is prepared to give
back most of the West Bank.
PERES' VIEWS have been
followed with interest elsewhere,
as well. That great authority on
the Middle East, Bruno Kreisky,
of Austria, sees great promise of
a bridge between Peres and Yasir
Arafat. If the Israel public comes
to the same conclusion, that
could be the kiss of death as far
as Peres' political ambitions are
concerned.
In preparation for the elec-
tions, the various elements
within the Labor Party are
marshalling their strength.
Mapam, Labor's left wing ally in
the so-called Alignment, itself
once a traditional exponent of a
bi-national state in Palestine, has
a long list of the concessions it is
Carl
Alperf
willing to make. Other doves in
the party have already advanced
their suggestions to dismantle
Jewish settlements, and have the
Jordanian flag fly over East
Jerusalem.
Peres, himself not a dove,
would perhaps not go so far, but
he has convinced himself that
peace is just around the corner.
He knows how to do it: just
invite Jordan into the
negotiations. At the White
House in April, Peres claimed
that Labor could bring Hussein
into the picture because it would
offer him greater inducements
than the Likud is prepared to
make.
A FEW weeks ago, Peres
repeated his glib formula for a
solution: extend an invitation to
Jordan to join the peace talks.
But every time he repeats the
idea, King Hussein just as
quickly rejects it oat of hand
except completely on his own
terms complete Israeli with-
drawal behind the lines before the
1967 War, which means, among
other things, dividing Jerusalem
again.
The Peres formula for peace is
theoretically fine. It would make
a splendid shidduch. The groom
is ready and willing. The only
problem is to convince the bride.
Even Israelis who have not been
happy with the way the Begin
Government has turned out, are
beginning to have second
thoughts about the prospect
under Labor. The best time for a
permanent arrangement with
Continued on Page 13
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Friday. August 22,1980
The Jewish Fhridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Pge 5
Hadassah Women to Convene in LA.
Hadassah'a convention will get
underway, Sunday Aug. 24 at the
Bonaventure Hotel, Los Angeles,
with an eminent list of speakers,
programs and innovations.
Highlighting the four-day
convention will be the ob-
servances of the 120th an-
niversary of the birth of
Henrietta Szold, founder, first
president, and inspiration of
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
Organization of America.
Esther Cannon, president of
the Florida Mid-Coast Region of
Hadassah, will head a delegation
of some 50 leaders from Broward
County and South Palm Beach.
Three Soviet
Jews End
Hunger Strike
AMSTERDAM (JTA) A
reporter for the Dutch daily,
Hundehblad, who attended the
Olympic Games in Moscow,
reported Aug. t> that three Soviet
Jews ended their 16-day hunger
strike.
Frits Schilling, the reporter,
said the three staged their hunger
strike in protest against the
refusal of Soviet authorities to
grant them exit visas to Israel.
According to Schaling, the
three hunger strikers were Dina
(irossman. 25, Vladimir Brodsky,
36, and Igor Vinogradov.
Grossman and Vinogradov
applied for exit visas more than a
year ago, and Brodsky applied
for a visa almost two years ago.
The three never received a
reply to their requests but, in-
stead, were fired from their jobs,
Schaling reported.
He said he personally saw
(irossman at the end of her
hunger strike and said she was
extremely emaciated. During her
16-day hunger strike she lost 24
pounds. She weighed 120 pounds
when she began her strike.
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The region will host a midnight
party for Mid-Coast delegates
and members of the national
board the last night of the
convention.
At the convention's banquet
evening, the Henrietta Szold
Annual Award will be presented
to Jacobo Timerman, and among
the many national and in-
ternational speakers during the
four days will be the ambassador
of Israel to the United States.
Efraim Evron; Dr. Kalman J.
Mann, director general of the
Hadassah Medical Organization;
S. Einav. supervising; nurse, and
Dr. Michael Roakin, new head of
Social Service Department; also,
Rabbi Mordecai Waxman, acting
president of World Council of
Synagogues, and Yaacov Amidi,
director of Hadassah Community
College of Israel.
The conclave will be preceded
by a four day intensive meeting
of the national board which, in
addition to Mrs. Cannon, area
residents Elaine Ellish of
Tamarac, National vice
president, and Sara Munter of
Hollywood, national associate,
will also attend.
This 66th National Convention
of Hadassah will also witness the
conclusion of Bernice Tan-
nenbaum's national presidency,
and the installation of Frieda
Lewis. Mrs. Tannenbaum will be
honored for her outstanding and
distinguished leadership during
the past four years, while the
delegates will face the future with
complete confidence as Mrs.
Lewis picks up the gavel at the
closing brunch on Wednesday.
Aug. 27.
Following the convention and
for the rest of the year,
throughout the country.
Hadassah chapters will celebrate
the 120th anniversary with
special programs, performances,
speakers, films, and radio and
television productions.
II
Pioneer Women
Memorial Scholarship
It
Two perpetual scholarshipa in
memory of the late Sophia
Plotkin of Coral Gables, a
founding member of Pioneer
Women and a national leader of
the Labor Zionist Movement,
have been established by
chapters, clubs and individuals
belonging to the South Florida
Council of Pioneer Women.
Mrs. Plotkin was the mother of
Harriet Green, president of the
Pioneer Women Council and
national vice president of the
American Zionist Federation.
Mrs. Plotkin was the founder and
first president of the Coral
Gables Chapter of Pioneer
Women and for many vears was
an officer of the South Florida
Council and of the American
Zionist Federation.
She was a childhood friend of
the late Golda Meir. prime
minister of Israel and former
head in the United States of
Pioneer Women.
The perpetual endowments
were made possible by con-
tributions from the Hi Rise Tik-
vah, Negev, liana. Beba Idelson.
Masada. Aviva, Golda Meir,
Kinneret, Miramar, Gilah,
Shalom, Eilat, Sabra, Dimona
Bel and Kadimah chapters and
by Clubs One and Two of Pioneer
Women.
Other contributions were made
by the estate of Sophia Plotkin.
Lillian Davis. Mollie Press.
Margot Bergthal and Dora
Cohen. Additional donations may
be made through the Piuneei
Women office, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Plotkin was one of the
founders of the Israel Bonds
Organization in Greater Miami, a
life member of the Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged of
Miami, a leader of the Jewish
National Fund and a member of
the Florida Poetry Association.
She received the Women of Valor
award from Israel- Bonds
organization and endowed a
perpetual scholarship in Israel
through Pioneer Women.
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ttww ''. lareeli expert* on
Arab affair* aay. whether the
anaeetve supply of arm* to the
Sanriia at nosed the beat way to
achieve that objective or whether
a could prove to be a disaster.
These experta fear that the
- has not learned the leaaon
of several decades of military
and dJpk*natK mishaps which
r~..jted from arming and other-
^pporting corrupt or un-
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mm within than from outside
efemaata. The bloody events
surrounding the aetnre of the
Kaaba Moaqjae Mecca the
aaeesinstaee oa persona, or
refigwue grounds withir. the
royal household and cour. and
the presence of Moslem religious
fanattca who are informed by
the monarchy'a attempts t0
-* potential dancers.
The country t* volatile because
-', percent of as population is
illiterate and S5 percent is
rurally baaed Many young
illiterates, flowing into th>
but finding no work, are npv for
subversive propaga
Although oil has made Saudi
traMi one of the richest
countries in the world, or.
percent of its popular
employed in the oil industry and
of these, half are resident aliens
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lansky Appeals for Visa
I JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Supreme Court gave the
ierior Ministry 30 days to
explain why it has refused to
JZ a tourist visa to Meyer
Lansky of Miami Beech.
Tne 80-year-old Lansky ap-
oealed to the court to help him
Obtain a one-month visa,
claiming that two months ago
interior Minister Yosef Burg had
agreed to a visa but then reversed
himself.
>-* Lansky was in Israel 10 years
ago hut was deported after
several months because of his
reputed association with
organized crime in the United
States. His deportation followed
requests by the American
government.
He was sought by U.S.
authorities for alleged tax
evasion. His appeal against the
deportation was rejected and the
Interior Ministry refused to allow
him to return, even for a visit.
Lansky's attorney told the
court today that his client "is an
old Jew, suffering from cancer
and other serious ailments He
has a strong Jewish conscience
and would like with all his heart
to visit Israeli before his death."
The attorney also said that it
was inconceivable that a one-
month visit could cause harm to
the State or to the public welfare
of Israel.
Portuguese-Language Book
i 7
How Soviet Jews are fighting
harassment and anti-Semitism is
clearlv shown in a new Por-
! Iftuguese language volume con-
wining translations of articles,
poetry and stories that have
appeared in the underground
press in the Soviet Union, which
has just been published. It is
aimed at the Portuguese-speak-
ing public in Brazil, Portugal,
Angola. Mozambique, and other
African and Latin American
countries.
The new publication, a 184-
page book entitled Samudat:
Jewish Identity in the Soviet
inion. has been published by the
Jewish Federation of Sao Paulo,
Brazil, with the assistance of the
American Jewish Committee.
The Committee, which has had
a long cooperative relationship
with Jewish communities in
Brazil as well as in other major
Latin American states, helped
support the new publication as
part of its worldwide effort to
focus attention on Soviet human
rights violations and persecution
of Jews.
Among the subjects treated in
the book are: human rights and
anti-Semitism in the Soviet
Union; the Jewish contribution
to the struggle against fascism;
assimilation in the USSR; Jewish
identity; and Zionism and Israel.
Refugees Not
Counted
The Cuban refugees who
entered the U.S. since April will
not be included in the 1980
census, according to the Director
of the Census Bureau, Vincent
Barabba.
In a July 2 letter to Sen.
Richard (Dick) Stone, Barabba
explained that the cut-off date for
the census is April 1, 1980, and
the refugees who did not begin
arriving until late April cannot be
counted.
Soviet Jew
Released
From Hospital
NEW YORK (JTA) -
After numerous protests, Kiev
activist Vladimir Kislak has been
released from a psychiatric
hospital where he has been held
since mid-July, it was reported
here by the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry.
Fort Lauderdale Congressman Ed Stack (left), meets with Gov. Bob
Graham (right) and long-time House Education and Labor Com-
mittee Chairman Carl Perkins, to discuss relief for South Florida
schools impacted by the influx of Cubans and Haitian refugee
children. Stack has sponsored legislation to reimburse local school
districts for the added costs of educating these children.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Begin Blames Cairo
For End to Talks
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel released last week the official
text of the letter Prime Minister Menachem Begin sent recently to
FKvptian President Anwar Sadat.
As was previously leaked to the press, the letter blames Cairo
for the failure to resume the autonomy negotiations, rather than
final
Egypt, not Israel, has violated the peace treaty and the Camp
David Accords, charged Begin. He pointed to Egypt's vote in the
UN demanding Israel withdrawal from all the territories. "Where is
this. Mister President, written in the Camp David agreement?"
asked Begin.
IN REPLY to Egypt's support for a Palestinian self-
determination and an independent Palestinian state, Begin again
noted that some of this was mentioned in the accords. The same held
true for Israeli settlements in Judea and Samaria and the Golan
Heights, he said. They are legal, legitimate and an integral part of
Israel's security, wrote Begin. None of them will ever be removed,
llegin stated.
?' Begin attacked the initiative of Dr. Butros Ghali, Egyptian
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, urging African countries not to
nnew their diplomatic relations with Israel. This was an act of
hostility, as the personal attacks in the Egyptian news media
comparing Begin to Adolf Hitler and Shylock.
On the sensitive question of Jerusalem, Begin wrote: "I have
never misled you nor anybody else. Time and again I repeatedly said
that Jerusalem in its entirety is the capital of Israel, a city reunited
and indivisible for generations.
BEGIN began his 14-page letter by discussing his thoughts
alter his recent heart attack and the weakness of the human body.
He wrote that it is the duty of every man who is called upon to
serve his country with a just cause to do so, "as long as the heart
pumps." Begin concluded the letter noting that Sadat has already
suspended the autonomy talks four times. He called on Sadat to
refrain from any further suspensions. "Let us renew the negotiations
despite differences of opinion."
According to reports from Cairo Monday, Sadat was working on
a new response letter, and the indication is that the talks will not be
resumed soon. ___________________
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yfar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, August 22, 1980
Stack Supports More Aid for Vets
Recently, the House passed
H.R. 7511, VA Disability
Compensation and Survivors'
Benefits. This bill auhtorized a 13
percent cost-of-living increase in
the basic compensation rate paid
to disabled veterans The in-
crease will raise the monthly
payments to $54 for a 10 percent
disability and SI.005 for a 100
percent disability.
The bill also increases the
higher statutory awards foi
certain multiple service-
connected injuries from a low ol
$62 to a high of $1,748
Dependency- allowances will alsc
be raised.
This bill also increases by 13
Hollywood JCC Update
2838 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, Fla 33020
921-6611
By Sondra Keiff
Executive Director
As summer vacation comes to an end. we all begin to think
about our fall activities. This year the Hollywood JCC is
pleased to announce that we do have leisure time activities for
everyone from pre-schoolers to senior adults. Our program
guide should have arrived at your home by now. Take time to
read through the many classes, workshops, family programs
and special activities that we are offering. Give us a call or stop
by and see us if you have any questions regarding our
programs, or if there is something that you are interested in
but cannot find listed.
Hollywood JCC Open House and Registration
Hollywood Open House and Registration will take place on
Sunday. Sept. 7. from 2 to 5 p.m. It will be a day of interest
and fun for everyone. Demonstrations, rides for the kiddies,
entertainment, food, friends and fun will all be part of the
afternoon. The JCC staff and many of your board members will
be on hand to welcome you for the kick-off of our 1980-81
program year. Mark your calendars now so you won't forget
the date Sunday, Sept. 7. from 2 to 5 p.m.
In the last article, you
had the pleasure of meeting
the Hollywood JCC Children's
Program Supervisor, Linda
Sobol. Today I would like to
introduce you to Judy Glazer,
Hollywood JCC Adult and
Cultural Arts Program
supervisor. Judy has been an
active resident of Hollywood
for 15 years. She is a graduate
of Hunter College in New
York City. After several years
of teaching in elementary
schools in New York City and ^^7 Glaxer
Rochester, Minn., Judy moved to Florida and became involved
as a volunteer at the Nova Schools. She was an active board
member for 11 years and president of the Nova Parents
Association for two years.
Judy was the editor and general manager of the Woman's
Almanac, a state-wide women's newspaper, during 1979-1960.
In January of 1980, she became a cultural arts associate at the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC and the Hollywood JCC. Highlights
from her 1980 program year were the first annual Yiddish Film
Festival at MAR, the Jacob Sheiniuk exhibit, "Shetl Figures,"
at the Jewish Federation of South Broward and at MAR and
the Yom Yisrael Community Celebration in April. Judy became
the Hollywood Adult and Cultural Arts Program supervisor,
July 1.
As you check your program guide, you will find that a
very exciting range of programs has been projected for all
adults. Give Judy a call if you have any questions regarding
the activities listed, or if you are interested in working on a
steering committee for additional programs.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Wiesenthal Receives Gold Medal From Congress
[president Carter recalled Wiesenthal's words,
believe in God and the world to come,' and that
then each of us comes before the six million I
[ say I did not forget you.'
y JOSEPH POLAKOFF
fASHINGTON (JTAI -
ed Nazi-hunter Simon
benthal. in a moving
oony in the East Room of
Vhitc House, received from
iidenl Carter the special gold
fal unanimously voted to him
Congress.
h,e more than 200 guests
lited to the Aug. 5 presen-
[ion gave Wiesenthal, now 72,
standing ovations. Among
guests were film star Eliza-
kh Taylor Warner, who te-
ther with Orson Welles will
larrate the 90-minute television
orunientary film, Genocide."
fr.ch will be shown in November
\d in which Wiesenthal appears.
George McGovern (D.,
) and Hep. Christopher Dodd
Conn), who sponsored the
jolutions in the Senate and
luse awarding Wiesenthal the
ll, also were present,
wiesenthal was an architect
[n he was seized by the Nazis
I incarcerated in concentration
lips until he was liberated by
erican forces on May 5, 1945
one "t 34 prisoners out of an
linal group of 149,000.
IRACING Wiesenthal's de-
Ion in "build justice," Carter
prved that Wiesenthal set up
Jewish Documentation
|ter in Vienna where for more
three decades he has led the
th for Nazi war criminals,
irk is being continued at
Simon Wiesenthal Center for
taust Studies at Yeshiva
ersity in Los Angeles.
\i- goal has been not just to
ustice done, not just to see
Snals punished," the
Ident said.
is motive has not been to
|revenge, but to remember
m make certain that never
will such a crime against
icy and civility and
Initv be committed
Carter noted that "eleven
million people were slaughtered,
six million of them Jews. Even
today, the survivors are not
spared the savagery they
escaped. They have only to close
their eyes to see it."
RECALLING Wiesenthal's
words, "I believe in God and the
world to come" and that "when
each of us comes before the six
million I will say I did not forget
you," Carter concluded to a
standing ovation "nor Simon
Wiesenthal, will the world forget
you."
In accepting the medal from
Carter as "only" the "trustee" of
the Nazi victims, Wiesenthal
hugged the President and kissed
him on both cheeks.
He told the audience, which
included many leading American
Jews, "I am not a hater and the
word revenge has no meaning for
me. Hitler and Stalin are alive
today, but maybe not in the same
countries. They are waiting for us
to forget. They have not dis-
appeared."
Emphasizing the meaning of
Israel to world Jewry. Wiesen-
thal recalled that liberated
prisoners paraded in the camps
with the flags of the country from
which they came Italy,
Czechoslovakia, Poland all but
the Jews who had no flag and no
country.
From Wiesenthal's torn white
shirt and the faded blue one of
another Jew "something like a
blue and white flag" was made.
"WE WERE much too weak to
attempt a parade like the other
groups and so we just sat there in
the sun, holding up and waving
our makeshift flag. Jews from
other blocks came over to us and
cried; some of them kissed the
flag, a symbol of hope amidst the
dead and the dying."
Wiesenthal added, "At that
moment I felt instinctively that
my future life will be determined
by these two flags: the American
flag as a symbol of our liberation
for which I will always be
grateful and of the promise that
we would be able to go on living
as free men; the Jewish flag as a
symbol of a people resurrected
from the ashes of destruction.
There was never a problem of
double loyalty for me. On the
contrary, it was a symbiosis:
liberty for us and the world
through the United States and
dignity for the Jews as a nation
through Israel. These notions
have become the pillars of my
own life and my work ever since,"
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Page 13
Alleged Nazi War Criminal in Court
A man known to his neighbors 1941 ordered 12,000 Jews into the
as Mike Pasker and residing in
St. Petersburg Beach, has been
charged by the government with
being a Nazi war criminal who
should be deported.
Appearing in a Tampa court
before a federal judge. Pasker,
who was a Lithuanian policeman
during World War II. was ac-
cused of taking part in the death
of 100 Jews by hanging and
shooting, and of collaborating
with the Nazis, who in November
to jmnu*L*m
n. OKOlCATtOM
countryside and then stripped
and shot them.
Pasker was given a deportation
notice in June by immigration
agents as part of the Justice
Department's efforts to find
alleged Nazi war criminals living
in the United States.
A former resident of Chicago.
Pasker moved to California in the
early 1970s. The Jewish Defense
League marched and demon-
strated in front of his home in
1978, and the following year he
was stripped of his citizenship by
a federal judge.
Pasker has lived in St.
Petersburg Beach since last
spring when he purchased a
condominium. He easily passed
the condominium residents
association requirements for
purchase: no pets and no children
under 14. __,_______

I Day an: Born Actor
' i ..niinuedfrom Page 4 couldn't illustrate

Continued from Page
historical stone with every step.
The film is in three parts,"
said Amon Zuckerman, seated in
his modem offices in Jerusalem.
"The first is the settlement, from
1888 untfl 1948. There, in
Degania and Nahalal, where
Dayan spent his childhood, we
get the story of Israel, modern
Israel, digging roots."
The second part is Dayan the
warrior. This will be from 1948
until 1973. This includes Dayan's
evaluation of the Yom Kippur
war of 1973. Then comes part
three, the Sabra. This is the
politics of Dayan, and his com-
ments on relations with the
Arabs."
Zuckerman says, "The three
films show the connection be-
tween the Jews of the Bible and
the Jews today in Israel, through
Uayan's finds in archeology,
through his friends and
relatives." Zuckerman goes on,
"The filming takes place all over
Israel, in ancient and new sites.
In Sde Boker, in the Negev, and
ihe Sea of Galilee. Whatever we
wrt:
Destruction
Continued from Page 4
Jordan on the West Bank would
have been in the period im-
diately after the Six-Day War
bf 1967. Then we would have
erated from a position of
Strength. We could even have
afforded to be relatively
agnanimous.
Almost anything we could
propose would have stood a good
bance of being acceptable. Even
outright annexation of the
kJVest Bank would ultimately
Inave been accepted, just as the
Twld accepted Israel's in-
orporation in 1948 of areas far in
xcess of that offered in the
jpnal partition plan.
BUT THE then Labor
government could not bring
fself to make a decision. It had
either courage nor a plan, and it
hamstrung by its extreme
l wing partners. And so things
gged on until the Yom Kippur
ar changed the whole at-
osphere.
i Hussein has turned out to be a
[ily. strong, resilient leader, who
as made a great comeback in
cing such recalcitrant opponent
! can choose one of two paths.
W can maintain a strong, firm
and and, having already
elded a great deal in the south,
ke it clear that here we draw
line, and we shall yield no
are.
r we can embark on the
PPPery road of compromise and
Ijiciliation until we find our-
Wves in an undefensible position
Pd once again caught off guard
|f a repeat of the Yom Kippur
jar, but this time much closer to
ft big cities.
through
exhibits in Dayan's house," says
Zuckerman, "are found in the
Israel Museum."
Soon, therefore, viewers all
-over the world will be able to see
Israel's story through the film
biography of Moshe Dayan. Let
us hope the program lives up to
the high expectations which it
has raised.
The president of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
(JDC), Donald M. Robinson of Pittsburgh, recently dedicated a new
headquarters in Jerusalem for the Israel activities of the 66-year-old
agency. The new headquarters is located on Givat Joint (JDC HOI)
near the David Ben-Gurion Government Center in Israel's capital
dty. The JDC, which operates in 25 countries, has over 100 programs
in Israel and has an Israel budget of over $11 million.
Kimmel Announces
Appointment
Mayor Lenny Kimmel of North
Lauderdale, Democratic can-
didate for the office of Broward
County Commissioner District 3,
has announced the appointment
of his press secretary, Linda
Curt Ma.
She is an associate with
Suzanne Fuqua Associates, the
public relations agency of record
for the campaign.
The advertising for the
campaign is being conducted by
Ross Hancock Advertising
Agency of Hollywood, Kimm**'
has received the endorsement of
the Gwen Cherry Chapter of the
Women's Political Caucus.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, August 22,1980
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g Dr. Emanuel Rackman president of Bar-1 Ian University in Ramat Gan, Israel, *,
^dedicates a Chair for the study of the Jerusalem or Palestinian Talmud at the University in '
% honor of Prof. Saul Lieberman of New York {right}, a member of the board of trustees at 5
g.Bar-Ilan, who is regarded as the world's foremost Talmudic scholar. Dedication marks the i&
$first time in Jewish history that a special Chair has been established concentrating on the :g
^Jerusalem Talmud. %
Headlines
Schmidt Attends Goldmann Fete
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& Chancellor Helmut Schmidt waa guest speaker r:;KWK*:w:w:*:%*^^
H at a birthday party in Amsterdam, The Nether-fc ,,-. -i a ^_ u ..
1 lands, for Dr. N.hum Goldmann. retired preai- fil'ft 6 ftaSMK 5? %-M?^
| dent of the World Jewish Congress. Referrmg to I2H CJae8 m l* thousands of Jewish
Dr. Goldmann as os/i Galuta (head of Diaspora th ftes from around the world have taken part
'' Jewry), Chancellor Schmidt said on the 86th $ m, ^e Games, recogiuzed by the International
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birthday occasion that "I bring you birthday | Olympic Committee and the International Sports
armtHnam fmm mv rim.** f, .,. :: Federation as one of the only six such lnter-
greetings from my Government, from
greetings irom my uovernment, from your & ~. ~-------. ,------7J .
many, many friends in Germany, and from tens 5S55 ^vent8 etIulvluent "> ***ton to the
of millions of my countrymen who are grateful | 01ymP,c Games.
for what you have done to reconcile our two :: Some 3,000 athletes and contestants from 30
peoples after the Holocaust of which November |ij: countries will take part in the ten-day event,
::: 9, 1938 was just a beginning." S participating in more than 30 different sporting
| Chancellor Schmidts reference to Kristall- 1 yents. The games will be held mostly in Ramat
* nacht was prefaced by his observation that "At | Gan and the Tel Aviv metroPltan area.
that time, many Germans became guilty because :: Over 50,000 spectators are expected to watch
they stood idly by. But, as we all know, that!::- Israel's President Navon declare the Games-open
:: shameful pillage of the Jewish places of worship :: July 6 at the Ramat Gan Stadium and to witness
v foreshadowed the frightful mass murders in the runner light the Maccabiah flame in honor of
X: Auschwitz and elsewhere." ': the Maccabees, who led the Chanukah rebellion
8 JfmWBWMItB^ 0 & a8tunst tne Greeks more than 2,100 years ago, in
u''u/IJ"lugu-u:u^ww-U!l2rMtr11 f whose memory the Maccabiah Games are
B The Umted States Ambassador to Thailand, dedicated
S Morton Abramowitz, has credited the inter- 8
:: national response to the Cambodian crisis with $"
$ "keeping alive a couple of million people." :
x However, he noted that despite international
:: governmental and voluntary participation which x
$: has exceeded over $400 million, "the crisis is far ~
Zev Hymowitz. director-designate of JDC-
Israel, the agency responsible for the Israel
programs of the American Jewish Joint Dia-
from over, and that while the response has Strib*^L.Conimittee (JDC), has formally
hoinoH ooc fk. onf(.^n to k____ wl___li. imed his responsibilities, according to Ralph
* helped ease the suffering it has not been able to x
:: answer the bask causes of the problem."
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* addressing a meeting here of the executive com- ::
:: mittee of the American Jewish Joint Dia- ::
a tribution Committee (JDC), the overseas relief g
>:| arm of the American Jewish community.
:: Listing what he termed a "litany of misery;" ::
: he described the present situation of the Cam- x
bodians as "uncertain" and noted that "the g
:: harvest last year was bad and with the next ?
harvest still some months away there are serious :':
:|: prospects for starvation and a repeat of last x
g October when thousands came to the Thai-Cam- 8
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b will hold its fifith national con-
Him ui the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles
:g Aug. 24 to 27, Bernke 8. Tannenbaum, national
A president, has announced.
'At our last convention in Los Angeles in
: 1964, another Gov. Brown greeted Hadassah.
x Mr Walter Lowdermilk discussed development
I Ian River water supply, and Hadassah
and th< re innovating programs
to hnology and improve the quality "I
in third world countn. Tannenbaum
.1.
I. Goldman, executive vice president of the JDC.
The recent dedication of a new headquarters
building for JDC-Israel on Givat Joint (JDC
Hill) in Jerusalem at the end of June marked the
formal transition, said Goldman. He described
Hymowitz as a skilled educator, social worker
and administrator who, "having familiarized
himself with the responsibilities, is prepared to
face the challenges."
The .IDC Israel program budget is $10.7
million and is concentrated in a number of
important areas care of the aged, care of the
physicially and mentally ill, services for the
handicapped, development of community cen-
ters, manpower training, and Religious. Cultural
and Educational programs.
Shulamit Aloni, one of the most persistent
x fighters for human rights and religious freedom
Jj in Israel, said that Israel is in an acute crisis and
1 i hat if no major changes are forthcoming
X Israel will turn into a ghetto with an army."
The outspoken Aloni, who is deeply involved
:: in the struggle foi women's rights," is one of
n members in Israel's Knesset and
x the lone repreaentativi vil Rights Party.
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
frmple Solel Welcomes Rabbi S^JSjS^J^JSK
abbi Robert A. Jacobs
Eentlv Joined the 8ta^
fcnle Solel, where he will be
Pint to Rabbi Robert P.
izin.
labbi Jacobs, a graduate of
Liu State University, spent two
lars at Hebrew Union College in
difornia, where he received a
Irtificate from the College of
wish Communal Studies.
In 1977, he was ordained from
.Hebrew Union College in Cin-*
cinnati and received an MA in
Hebrew Letters. For the past
three years, he has been the
spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El in Longview, Tex.
Rabbi Jacobs said he and his
wife, Laura, are loolcing forward
to meeting and working with the
membership of the congregation.
Community Calendar
Sept. 1
LABOR DAY
Sept. 2
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Allocation Appeal
Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Federation office, 2719 Hollywood Blvd.,
Hollywood.
Sept. 3
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Education Meeting,
7 30 p.m., Federation office, 2719 Hollywood Blvd.,
Hollywood.
Sept. 4
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Allocation Appeal
Meeting 7:30 p.m.. Federation office, 2719 Hollywood Blvd.,
Hollywood. HILLS SECTION OF NATIONAL COUNCIL OF
JEWISH WOMEN, "Rally Round the Candidates," from 9 a.m.
through noon at Emerald Hills Country Club, for information,
contact Debbie Finkelstein, 981-9115 or Sue Gunzburger, 961-
0137.
Sept. 6
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD, second annual Selichoth
Experience, 7:30 p.m., various hostesses will entertairi
members and their husbands for cocktails and a home-cooked
dairy dinner. Afterwards, everyone will attend temple services
and meet for coffee and dessert, for information contact Judy
Koch. 989-3429,
Sept. 8
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD WOMEN'S DIVISION,
Executive Committee Meeting, 1 p.m., Federation office, 2719
Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH
BROWARD, Allocation Appeal Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Federation
office, 2719 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood.
Sept. 9
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Community Mission
Orientation, 7:30 p.m.. Federation office, 2719 Hollywood
Blvd.. Hollywood.
Sept. 11-12
ROSH HASHANAH
Sept. 16
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Executive Com-
mutee Meeting, 7:30 p.m.. Federation office, 2719 Hollywood
Blvd Hollywood.
Sept. 17
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD WOMEN'S DIVISION,
President's Council Leadership Forum, 9:30 a.m., Temple Beth
El. 1351 S. 14th Ave., Hollywood. JEWISH FEDERATION OF
SOUTH BROWARD WOMEN'S DIVISION, Career Women's
Council Discussion, 7:30 p.m., Federation office, 2719 Holly-
NvoodBlvd., Hollywood.
Sept. 20
YOMKIPPUR
Sept. 22-23
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD WOMEN'S DIVISION,
Washington, D.C. Mission.
Sept. 23
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD AND HOLLYWOOD
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, Sukkot Celebration, 6:30 p.m.,
Hollywood JCC, 2838 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. MIGDAL
YAM CHAPTER OF HADASSAH, regular meeting, 12:30 p.m.,
Sea Air Towers, 3725 S. Ocean Dr.
> Sept. 25-26
SUKKOT
Sept. 27
HOLLYWOOD HILLS CHAPTER OF WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT, Art
Auction, dinner ot 7 p.m., auction, 9 p.m.. Holiday Inn, 1711
N. University Dr., Plantation, for information call Harriet
Packer, 963-7774 or Lui Carillo at the Holiday Inn.
Sept. 30
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Board of Director*
Meeting, 7:30 p.m.. Federation office, 2719 Hollywood Blvd.,
Hollywood.
Sept. 28
LA MER B'NAI B'RITH, regular monthly Sunday morning break-
fast meeting, 9:30 a.m., fof all members, their spouses and all
members of the Foundation. Entertainment by Harry Collins
famed mentalist from England, with guest speakers of Bache &
Co., La Mer Social Hall, Hallandale. For information, call
George Howard, 454-0326.
Family Night Shabbat worship
service at Temple Solel will begin
at 8:15 p.m., Friday, Sept. 5.
Hii/h Holy Day worship will be
held Rosh Hashanah eve, Sept.
10; Rosh Hashanah days, Septs.
11 and 12, 10 a.m.; Shabbat
Shuva worship service will begin
at 8:15 p.m., Sept. 12. Kol Nidre
will begin at 8:30 p.m. on Friday,
Sept. 19, and Yom Kippur
Shabbat worship service
Saturday morning, Sept. 20.
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin and
Rabbi Robert A. Jacobs will
conduct the worship services.
Cantor Michael Kyrr will chant
the liturgical portion of the
worship services.
Religious School begins
Sjinday, Sept. 21.
During the month of Sep-
tember, the following will be
called to the Torah to become
B'nai Mitrvah: Mitchell Fleet,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Fleet; Steven Mandell, son of
Mrs. Rita Mandell, Debra Soble,
daughter of Barbara Soble and
James Soble; Michael Aronsky,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Aronsky; and Jeffrey Newman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Newman.
The Sisterhood of Temple Solel
is sponsoring a Family Beach
Party at the Newport Hotel on
Sunday, Sept. 7. A trip to Viz-
caya is planned for Monday,
Sept. 22.
Brotherhood Cabaret Night is
scheduled for Saturday evening,
Sept. 27.
The Grand People will hold
their first meeting of the season
on Thursday, Sept. 25, at 7:30
p.m.
Sukkot evening worship
service will begin at 7 p.m.,
Wednesday, Sept. 24. Sukkot
morning worship service will
begin at 10:30 a.m. Thursday,
Sept. 25.
Religious
Directory
Friday evening services will be
held at Temple in the Pines, the
Conservative congregation of
southwest Broward County,
Aug. 22.
The services will be conducted
by Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter, with
Cantor Bernard Engel chanting
the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat
will be sponsored by the temple's
Sisterhood. Sabbath morning
services will begin at 9 a.m. with
the Torah service at 10 a.m.
Rabbi Shoter has announced
that registration for all depart-
ments of the Religious School is
now taking place. With a newly
expanded staff and curriculum,
the Hebrew School Department
will meet twice a week for
children eight through Bar Mitz-
vah; the Sunday School program
is being expanded to include
separate classes for five, six, and
seven-year-olds.
The seating committee for the
High Holy Days services will be
at the temple Sunday from 10
a.m. to noon for the distribution
of tickets to the membership of
the congregation. Non-affiliated
members of the community can
obtain tickets at this time or
during the week from the temple
office from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Temple in the Pines announces
that, in addition to the regular
services which will be conducted
by Rabbi Shoter. an auxiliary
service will be conducted at Park
Place Condominium for non-affil-
iated residents at the Park Place
Condominium. These services
will be held in conjunction with
the Park Place Minyan Club.
Seating for this service can also
be obtained by contacting the
temple office.
Mrs. Ellin Heilig, director of
the early childhood program of
the temple, announces that regis-
tration is open for children 2'/i-5
years of age. It is advised to
register your child now, since
space is being filled quickly.
A special awards dinner and
dance to honor last year's officers
and board of directors will be held
at Temple in the Pines Ballroom
Aug. 23 at 8:30 p.m. There will be
hors d'oeuvres, open bar, and a
complete kosher dinner, live
entertainment and music. Reser-
vations can be made by con-
tacting the temple office.
On Saturday, Sept. 6, a
Selichot penitential service will
be conducted at Temple in the
Pines to usher in the High Holy
Days season. The motion picture
"The Frisco Kid," starring Gene
Wilder, will be shown at 9 p.m. A
social hour will follow at 11 p.m.
Rabbi Shoter will conduct a
question and answer period. At
midnight, the Selichot service
will be conducted.
Temple Beth El Events
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. 144 A)
MIRAMAR
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th Sr.
Conservative. Rabbi Pa'jl Plotkin.
Cantor Joseph Wichelewsl.i. (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 stti Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob Dan-
ziger. > 12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH OADE.
1M0! NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kongsley Cantor Irving
Shuikes. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH AHM. 110 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Landman. (47B)
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
El, Hollywood, is offering a
training course in braille as part
of its "Service to the Blind"
program.This is an effort to seek
out those who wish to help the
visually handicapped. The course
is free and will be sponsored for
20 weeks. There will be a refund
for materials used.
Rosalind Zuckerman, former
director of the Braille Division of
the Jewish Guild for the Blind in
New York, will be the instructor.
This is an opportunity for men
and women of all ages. The class
will be limited to 20 members.
For further information, call
Rosalind Zuckerman.
Service to the Blind Program
of Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
benefit by Sisterhood's petite
luncheon card party to be held in
the Tobin Auditorium of the
Temple on Tuesday. Aug. 26, at
noon. The public is invited.
For tickets and reservations,
call Mrs. Sylvia Cohn, Mrs. Raya
Finn, or the temple office.
Sisterhood's Braille Service
provides study and test materials
for students at Nova Elementary
and Middle Schools, as well as for
students throughout the state of
Florida. Blind adults benefit by
the transcription of career and
technical manuals. This group
also provides library books to the
Jewish Braille Institute of
America. The Braille Bindery
group works under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Milton Forman,
with Mrs. Abraham Halpern in
charge of tape recording books
for the Nova schools.
Registration at the religious
school of Temple Beth El will be
held Sunday, Aug. 24. from 8
a.m. to noon in the Tobin
Auditorium of the temple,
Hollywood.
The temple offers a creative
educational program for kin-
dergarten through confirmation,
including choir, dramatics, arts
and crafts. The religious school is
accredited by the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Rabbi Ben Romer is its
principal and youth advisor. For
school information, call Rabbi
Romer. For membership call
Robert W.Gordon.
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