The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood


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


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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 26
Hollywood, Florida Friday, December 26, 1980
ma shoefi price 35 Cents
Super Sunday Jan. 18
On Sunday, Jan. 18, you will
receive a phone call from one of
(your neighbors asking you to
help Jews in need at home, in
Israel, and around the world.
This call will be coming from
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, where hundreds of
volunteers participating in Super
Sunday will attempt to reach
every Jew in South Broward in
an effort to raise more money in a
single day than ever before.
Don't put this call on hold. Too
nany people are waiting already,
according to Jacki Reichbaum
and Ron Rosen, Super Sunday
"Your support is essential to
keep our Jewish community
strong. Your support is essential
to meet immigrant needs in
Israel. Your support is essential
to sustain Jewish life around the
world. Your support is essential
to the quality of Jewish life in
this decade.
"When your telephone rings,
answer the call," the chairmen
Shomrai Dinner
Reservations are steadily being
made for the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's annual
Shomrai Dinner Dance. This
event is the largest of its kind at
this level in the history of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, according to Melvin
Baer and Norman Morrison,
The dinner dance is set for
Saturday. Jan. 17 at the Diplo-
mat Country Club, explained
Maralyn Anton and Annette
Deakter, event coordinators.
Guest speaker is Yitzhak
Rabin, former Prime Minister to
the State of Israel.
"With Israel being more and
more isolated from the United
Nations and with the increase in
anti-Semitism around the world,
we feel that all Jews in South
Broward should stand and be
counted," the chairmen said.
For additional information on
the Shomrai event, contact the
Jewish Federation of South
Hillcrest Women's Division
The Hillcrest Women's
Division will hold its seventh
annual luncheon on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
on Monday, Jan. 26. The lun-
cheon is being held at the Hill-
crest Country Club, according to
Hannah Adel, Gloria Hess, Nellie
Shanler and Dorothy Lipson,
JFSB Premier
Gifts Dinner
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward held its annual
Premier Gifts Dinner recently at
the home of Jack and Marge
More than 45 people gathered
at the Saltzman home to pledge
to dedicate their leadership and
support to the Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, ex-
plained Ted Newman and Milton
v'inograd. Big Gifts chairmen.
Guest speaker for the evening
was Sam Miller, one of the
largest contributors in the United
States to the United Jewish
(See centerfold for related
More than 125 Hillcrest women
have been working on this
luncheon to insure its success,
the chairwomen added.
Guest speaker for the event
will be Rev. John Stanley Grauel.
He is best known for serving as a
leader of the ill-fated vessel, the
Exodus. His most celebrated
exploit remains his participation
in the Battle of the Exodus."
The Exodus Affair and the
evidence presented concerning it
became a focal point for the
United Nations' recommendation
of partition for Palestine and. the
eventual establishment of the
State of Israel.
The chairwomen said they are
confident that the Hillcrest
women really understand the
nature and depth of the human
problems facing the people of
Israel, as well as the opportunity
they have to strengthen Jewish
programs in their own com-
"The women of our community
have their individual Jewish
responsibilities in meeting
human needs through personal
gifts to the campaign. We are
confident the Hillcrest women
will do their part and surpass all
Continued on Page 11
Miller, Schwartz to Lead
Attorneys' Division
James Fox Miller and Joseph Schwartz have been named
chairmen of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Attor-
neys' Division for the 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, according to Philip A. Levin, M.D.,
campaign chairman.
Additional information will be available on these two men in
the Jan. 9 edition of The Jewish Floridian.
Both attorneys are hoping to have many of their colleagues
join them at the annual Shomrai Dinner Dance on Sat., Jan. 17,
at the Diplomat Country Club.
Saul Singer
Jerry Raticoff
Herb Grossman
Metro Chairman and Co-Chairmen Named
Saul Singer, M.D. has been
named Metropolitan chairman of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign, according to Philip A.
Levin, M.D., campaign chair-
Herb Grossman and Jerry
Raticoff have been appointed
Metropolitan co-chairmen and
will work on that area's campaign
with Dr. Singer, Dr. Levin added.
Dr. Singer, a surgeon in Holly-
wood, has been a solicitor for the
Jewish Federation for almost 10
years. He previously served as
co-chairman of the Professional
In 1979, Dr. Singer and his
wife, Susan, led the Federation's
first Family Mission to Israel.
Grossman served as co-chair-
man of the New Leadership Divi-
sion of Israel Bonds in Broward
He was one of the Founding
Families of Temple Solel, where
he served as vice president,
executive board member, as a
board of directors and as chair-
man of the Religious School.
He and his wife, Susen, will
lead the 1981 Family Mission to
Raticoff is a member of the
Federation Board of Directors
and serves as chairman of the
Public Relations Commitee. He is
also a member of the Model City
He is a member of Temple
Sinai's Board of Trustees and is a
past vice president.
These three men assume
leadership at an extremely
critical time. The challenges
facing us in 1981 are greater than
any we have faced in the past,
because of the fact that Israel has
recently been finding itself
isolated from most of the nations
of the world and the rise in anti-
Semitism, Dr. Levin said.
The Metropolitan Division is
hoping to raise $1.5 million by
organizing 25-30 parlor meetings
in that area. We hope to create a
more intimate atmosphere where
we can discuss the needs of South
Broward and Israel with our
friends and neighbors, Dr. Singer
added. ......
Ben andLeeRosenbery to be
Honored at Emerald Hills
The Emerald Hills Division of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward will hold its annual
dinner on behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign on Tuesday,
Jan. 27 at the Emerald Hills
Country Club.
This year, the Emerald Hills
Division is delighted to honor
Ben and Lee Rosenberg, who
have served as co-chair^men for
the past six years.
"The Rosenbergs have been
the mainstay of the Emerald
Hills Apartments, Townhouses
and Villas Campaign. It
behooves all commited Jews in
this area to attend this dinner in
their honor," Dr. Philip A. Levin,
campaign chairman, said.
Ben and Lee Rosenberg
Guest speaker for the event
will be Major General Jacob
Even, a career soldier in the
Israel Defense Forces.
Cocktails will be served at 6
p.m. and dinner is at 7 p.m.
Dinner sponsors include
Charles Bloome, Nelson Dembs,
Eli Field. Al Gandall, Hy
Glickstein, Jack Goldberg,
Abbot Greene, Jack Grossman,
Sol Kurtz, Aaron Liebenthal,
Abe Meister, Charles Moses.
Also Jerry Niederman, Nathan
Rakita, Lou Rappaport, Joseph
M. Levene, Ben Rosenberg, Sam
Sabin, David Schatzow, Bernard
Scheinholz, Nathan Shainberg,
George Steinberg, Harry
Swartzman and Dr. Lous
Rodensky Named Chairman
Of Physician s' Division
Paul Rodensky, M.D. has been
appointed Physicians' Division
chairman of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund Cam-
paign, according to Philip A.
Levin, M.D., campaign chair-
A former chief of staff at
Memorial Hospital, Dr.
Rodensky is a member of Temple
Beth El.
Dr. Levin is especially excited
about Dr. Rodensky accepting
this important assignment
because of his integrity and the
respect he enjoys throughout the
entire community.
South Broward has a national
reputation for its Physicians'
Division. We are well-known for
our highly organized group and
are frequently giving advice to
other areas of the country in
order to help them organize or
improve their own Physicians'
Division, Dr. Levin explained.
"The Physicians' Division will
be working closely with the
Metropolitan Division this year
in order to get EVERY physician
in the area involved in the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
"We won't stop until we get
100 percent of the Jewish
physicians in South Broward to
make a responsible commitment
to the CJA-IEF campaign," Dr.
Rodensky added.
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] ated from left are Eleanor Caplan. Simone Miller, Dodie Weinstein
and Karen Zwick. Standing from left are Margo Reives, Diane Wilen
and Sadie Levin.
I From left are Marion Wolf son, Suzanne Gunzburger, Phyllis Dom-
I stein and Florence Roth.
Career Women's Council
The Jewish Federation of
[South Broward's Career
|\Vomen's Council participated in
program entitled "Jewish
[Jugglers," a discussion on
[combining work and family
[responsibilities, according to
|N'ancy Atkin, chairwoman.
Marion Wolfson, program co-
ordinator for the Lifelong Leani-
ng Institute, was the moderator.
Panelists included Phyllis
pomstein, supervisor, Temple
leth Shalom Religious School;
y.i/.anne Gunzburger, a psychiat-
social worker; and Florence
loth, a teacher at Hillel Day
Each panelist discussed the
problems of juggling their work
and family responsibilities.
"It was a valuable program as
it gave everyone the opportunity
to talk about their own juggling
problems and to hear how other
women may handle the same
problems," Mrs. Atkin added.
The Career Women's Council
was formed three years ago for
women who either work or who
are in school and do not have the
opportunity to participate in
daytime programs. If you are
interested in learning more about
this group, please contact
Beverly Bachrach at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Weintraub's to Host
LaMer East Campaign
Bronka and Jacob Weintraub
will be the hosts at a La Mer
p'remier Gifts Cocktail Party on
Monday, Jan. 5. Mrs. Weintraub
the former Mrs. Harry Rabin.
The event, which is being held in
support of the Jewish Federation
;>t South Broward's United
Jewish Appeal-Federation Cam-
paign, will begin at 5 p.m. in the
|Ui'intraub.s' home in the East
Lee Franklin is La Mer general
chairman and West Building
nairman. Herman Karmiel and
\ If red Cohen are South Building
chairmen, Jerome Rosenberg is
F.ast Building chairman.
The committee in formation
Includes William Edelman,
Joseph Herman, George Kahn,
[Sol Lasky, Dr. Martin May,
Herman Mindich, Paul Novak,
Jerome Rosenberg, Sol Ross,
Bronka and Jacob Weintraub
Richard Schneider, wniiam
Sherkow, Benjamin Solondz,
Victor Tarica and Daniel
Kolodin 's to Host
La Mer West Campaign
Corinne and Robert Kolodin
"ill be the hosts at a La Mer
Premier Gifts cocktail Party on
Tuesday, Jan. 6. The event,
which is being held in support of
fhe Jewish Federation of South
broward's United Jewish
Appeal- Federation Campaign,
Jill begin at 5 p.m. in the
Kolodins' home in the West
I^e Franklin is La Mer general
chairman and West Building
chairman. Herman Karmiel and
& Cohen are South Building
airmen, Jerome Rosenberg ia
East Building chairman.
The committee in formation
"eludes David Coleman, Norman
"is, Lee Franklin, Dr. Eber-
pardt Kleinman, Robert Kolodin,
Corinne and Robert Kolodin
Ben Kushner, Sam Roth, William
Shader and Irwin Voge.
Residents of Hillcrest recently participated in a Jewish Federation of South Broward Women's Division
Bus Tour. The Bus Tour visits Federation-supported agencies such as the Hollywood Jewish Community
Center, Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged at Douglas Gardens and Temple Beth Shalom
Day School. The Women's Division will be sponsoring its next Bus Tour on Tuesday, Jan. 13, for beach
residents. The Bus Tour will be leaving from the Art and Culture Center on South Ocean Drive.
Golden Surf To wers Women
To Ho Id Mini Brunch
Golden Surf Towers Women's
Division will hold its Mini
Brunch on Wednesday, Jan. 21.
The annual event is held on
behalf of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign, according to
Gert Lazier and Freda Rosen, co-
Guest speaker will be Emanuel
"No No" Razinovsky, a seventh
generation Sabra. "No No," the
shaliach at the Jewish Fed-
eration, will discuss diaspora
Jews and the current needs of
"The Mini Brunch is your op-
portunity to participate in the
Olympus Campaign
Olympus will hold a cocktail
party on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign on Sunday, Dec. 28, ac-
cording to Sue and David Harris,
The 5 p.m. event, which is
being held in the social hall of the
500 Building, will feature guest
speaker Henry Levy.
Cholesterol Free Wok Cooking
Members of Greater Hollywood
. Chapter of Brandeis University
National Women's Committee
will hurry to be among the first
100 to receive lessons in
authentic wok cooking from an
authentic Chinese chef. The event
will take place Thursday, Jan. 22,
at 11 a.m. in Burdine's at Holly-
wood Fashion Center.
Price is $5 and a call to either
Roz Kruger, 456-4174, or Natalie
Goldberg, 456-0918, will assure
you for a place.
Greater Hollywood Chapter
will be one of six Broward
Chapters of Brandeis University
National Women's Committee to
attend "University on Wheels,"
an annual event presented by
three professors from the
The topic this year will be "Am
I My Brother's Keeper?", the
date Thursday, Jan. 15 from 9
a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Bailey Hall,
Broward Community College,
3501 SW Davie Rd., participation
price $7.50. The cafeteria will be
open or if preferred, picnic lunch
might be brought from home.
The three professors are Dr.
Alfred Ivry, professor of Judaic
Studies; Dr. Leonard Hausman,
associate professor of economics,
and Dr. Alan Levitan, associate
professor of English. This is one
of the highlights of the Brandeis
Women's Year and is well at-
tended by both members and the ,
Tickets can be purchased by I
calling Roz Kruger, 456-4174, and
Natalie Goldberg, 456-0918.
survival of Judaism and Israel
and the growing needs within our
own local community," Mrs.
Rosen said.
The Brunch is being held in the
Golden Surf Towers Card Room.
Please join hostesses Ruth
Arshen. Isabel Baker, Lillian
Brasch, Jean Cayne, Ethel Cohn,
Estelle Deutsch, Minetta Fried-
land, Rhoda Grinberg, Bea
Kassin, Helen Koren, Cele
Levine, Rose Lubin, Martha
Prenner, Mary Stander, Anna-
belle Weissberg, Bess Wisler and
Minna Wittner on this occasion
where you will have the oppor-
tunity to make your financial
commitment to the Women's
Division 1981 CJA-IEF Cam-
paign, added Mrs. Lazier.
Women's Division
Goes Broadway
"Don't be left out. Be part of
the group that will be singing,
dancing, laughing and having fun
at the Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Metropolitan
Women's Division Musical Pro-
duction being held on Thursday,
April 2, according to Susan
Singer, Metropolitan chair-
"To become part of the group,
you must display your talents at
the final auditions on Wednes-
day, Jan. 21, at the Hollywood
Jewish Community Center, 2838
Hollywood Blvd.
"Other than performers, many
excellent opportunities to par-
ticipate in the Musical Pro-
duction still exist on the pro-
duction end: make-up, set design
and costume design. These
women should also attend the
final auditions on Jan. 21," Mrs.
Singer explained.
Tony Santamauro will direct
and choreograph this musical
production of showstoppers from
the Ziegfeld era up to present
times. Alta Orringer will be the
rehearsal pianist.
"Don't miss this chance-of-a-
lifetime opportunity to sing,
dance and make merry, all for a
good cause: the 1981 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. Join the fun and
bring along your friends to the
auditions," Mrs. Singer added.
at the Metropolitan Musical Production
8:00 P.M.
Hollywood Jewish Community Center
2838 Hollywood Boulevard
The Musical Production, to b held Thursday. April 2, 1981. I
on behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward
Women's Division 1981 Fundraising Campaign.
No minimum commitment.
For additional Information call Beverly Bachrach 921-8810.

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofarof Greater Hollywood
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Friday. December!
A New Misguided Missile
The American Jewish community has had the
misfortune of having to deal with diplomatic mis-
guided missiles in almost every Administration since
1948. President Eisenhower had John Foster Dulles.
President Nixon had William Rogers. President
Carter had Andrew Young. And now, even before the
Reagan Administration has been sworn into office,
along comes Sen. Charles Percy soaring off into
space from his own launching pad.
The Republican solon of Illinois, who is slated to
head the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, decided, in his conversation with Soviet
leaders, to preempt President-Elect Reagan and his
entire new Cabinet to formulate foreign policy for the
United States. In remarks reeking of political hali-
tosis, Percy reportedly advocated a Palestinian state
headed by the machinegun-toting chief of the
Palestine Liberation Organization, Yasir Arafat.
To be sure, Percy told his Russian hosts that
Arafat 'is a terrorist, he has done some dastardly
things." But. the legislator noted, the darling of the
international jet-setting bomb squad "has a com-
pelling desire to be a chief of state, no matter how
small it is." How considerate of Percy to think of
this. How compassionate. How noble. That's like re-
warding the local mugger with his own territory and
a ready supply of victims just so long as he
doesn't stray into the next neighborhood. Of course,
Arafat would like to be a chief of state, "no matter
how small it is." For Arafat, that small state is
Possibly the best evaluation of Percy's contri-
bution to non-peace in the Mideast was made by
Rabbi Joseph Sternstein. president of the American
Zionist Federation. He pointed out effectively, if
perhaps undiplomatically, that Percy's suggestion
has reduced "morality to the dungheap of civili-
Response to Disaster
One of the distinctive features of the Chanukah
festival, which just concluded, is the tradition of
shalach monot. giving gifts to the poor and the
needy. That ancient Jewish practice assumed a
special urgency as Jewish leaders and organizations
mobilized emergency relief efforts to help relieve the
suffering of the tragic Italian victims of the devas-
tating earthquake.
The Joint Distribution Committee, the central
Jewish overseas relief organization, set up an
emergency relief program and transmitted checks
contributed by Jews from all over America in the
amount of $70,000 to the Italian Consul General.
JDC'a executive vice president. Ralph Goldman,
reports that the JDC office in Rome has been alerted
to make available all its social welfare services to the
Italian Government and people.
Remarkably. Russian Jewish doctors and nurses
DOW in Rome as immigrants on their way to America
have volunteered their medical and healing skills.
The Jewish communities in Italy have been sending
truckloads ot blankets and clothing to the victims in
the Naples earthquake area. And in New York.
leaden of the Jewish and Italian communities met to
work out joint rescue programs.
In a way. this spontaneous response of
American Jews to the Italian people is our means of
saying thank you" to the Italian people for their
urong stand against Nazi anti-Semitism and for
their constant generosity in welcoming Jews and
other victims of oppression in Europe.
Above all. it is an expression of the Bible's
teaching. "'You shall not shut your hand from your
needv brother."
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RUSSIA and Israel are perfect
examples of a world coming
increasingly under the rule of
megapolitics. For want of the
word. I hereby coin "mega-
politics" as a new addition to the
vocabulary of a demographic
future shaped by gigantism.
Nations and their peoples are
already being buffeted almost
beyond bearing by the huge,
which is not infrequently hy-
phenated with the ugly. More
and more, they are victimized by
forces bigger and more powerful
than themselves.
THIS IS true in both economic
enterprise and government.
There is not a single one of us
who does not fall prey to
monopoly, these days politely
referred to as "conglomerates."
be it in the purchase of food or
And who can claim that
government does not diminish
each of us. not only in the way in
which government rapes people
of the fruit of their toil, but as a
result of the anonymous relation-
ship developing between it and
Anonymity is the .sine qua non
of megapolitics of the exercise
by giants of their power. De-
humanize the individual, and it is
a cinch to force him to do your
will. The Nazis taught us this in
their treatment of the Jews,
whom they reduced to subhuman
status. It is easy to exterminate,
say, an insect.
On the other hand, someone
with a name, with a personality,
is so much harder to control, or
even enslave, let alone to destroy.
terms, it should be clear that eco-
nomic enterprise and government
are becoming more and more
closely allied as megapolitics
reaches out to reduce us to th
status of those subhumans with
whom the Nazis had a field day
(.igantic power lusts after the
fulflowering of the mini-man it I
currently creating, or it can not
achieve its governance goals.
Do we have an effective
alternate energy program? The
reason that we do not is simple
the oil companies don't want one I I
and so the collection of m.' X
dividuals who compose the
nation, mini-man. suffers in the
cause of Exxon profits. Or Gulf
or Texaco, or Occidental The
names are different, but the
megapolitical imperative is the
Are we swamped by a
seemingly stymied immigration
policy? The reason that we are is
also simple: the gigantic com- I .
munist forces governing Latin 'isM
affairs seduce us with the
humanistic considerations for
which we still pretend some
regard and which they hold in
the profoundest of contempt.
IN UNLIKELY cahoots with
the Catholic Church, which is
motivated by its own mega-
political system, the communist'
encourage us to open our arms
wide, precisely as Jimmy Carter
did, to the miserable millions
they funnel into our midst and to
enslave us in the totality of all
our misery half a century hence.
There is no better way to
nourish mini-man than to feed
him with the flood tide of other
mini-men. especially mini-men of
such disadvantage that they are
inchoate; they merely act and
react. And, in their dis-
advantage state, given the con-
tinuation of such suicidal fan-
tasies as equal access equal
opportunity, ultimately the dis-
advantage must reduce us to
their own level of despair.
Does this say that these
miserable millions are com-
munists themselves? Of course
not. although some of them may
well be part of an elite vanguard
of our future Muscovite masters.
who are opting to take us over by
degrees rather than by direct
confrontation with a series of
Latin American liberation army
wars capable of leaving them just
as depleted as we are likely lo
become if we accept the
responsibility of fighting them
Then who are these Latin
millions yearning lo be free"?
Contined on Page 13
Soothsayers Look into Crystal Balls
Friday. December^. 1980
Volume 10
Number 2ft
HAIFA As the calendar
year 1980 is about to depart, the
astrologers, soothsayers and
clairvoyant* are preparing their
prediction.- tor the lL' month-
thai lie ahead. Israel, too, has it-
crvstai-gazers. and all are now
consulting their globes, their
stars, their tea-leaves, or what-
ever may be their sources of
in formal ion.
Hut what about their predic
lions uttered in December. 1979"
U hat did they forecast for the 12
months now elapsing, and how
right were they9 Does nobodv
recall their predictions? Well, we
do. We saved all the prophecies
and prognostications, all the
expectations and the fore-
bodings, and we spread them out
before us now to see how well the
prophets did.
One of the best-known in Israel
is Herzl Lipshiu. whose main
claim to fame was his accurate
prediction of the Israel-Egypt
peace treaty at a time when such
an augury was dismissed as a
LAST YEAR. Lipshitz fore-
cast for 1980. the year we now
know so well: the collapse of
Khomeini and the return of the
Shah to power, an unprecedented
revival in Israel: a
sharp increase in alivah from
Kussia and from elsewhere, as
well: the discovery of oil in
Israel: a political comeback for
Yigal Allon and Moshe Dayan:
and the reelection of Jimmy
It seems to have been a
catastrophic year for Lipshitz.
but in 1979 he ventured into
1981 fC. as well He foresaw the
beginning of a great world mill
tary conflagration with wide
spread use of nuclear bombs
disaster all over the world, and in
19rt! Caluornia would be wipe*:
off the map. Cheer up: his record
for inaccuracy may be consistent
Next fortune-teller: This one is
Miriam Spector. who calls herself
a psychological astrologer, but
she refuses to cast horoscopes for
individuals. She says people
usually come around when theyj
are in trouble, and she doesn't
want to be ihe one to tell them
the bad new -
MIRIAM'S predictions in 1979
or the year 1980: The Moslem
revolution in Iran will get
-ironger and spread: inflation in
Israel will continue at a dizzying
e: not a chance in the world of
finding oil here: Ezer Uei/man
will have the worst year in his
life: no increase in aliyah. and ?
continued fwtidm. Feres has no
political chances: and whoever is
elected President of the United
States (she wouldn't say who)
will be assassinated in office, but
that goes beyond our present
Her record is a pretty good
Next clairvoyant: Miriam
Tamir claims to have been the
personal family astrologer of the
Shah when he was at the height
of his power (What happened?
Did he fail to heed her advice?)
Her vision of what would happen
in 1980 There will be a sharp in-
crease in crime in Israel: negotia-
tions will begin with Jordan,
eventually leading to peace with
that country: Khomeini will fall,
but Jimmy Carter will be re-

Friday, December 26,1980
Me Jewish flohdwn and Shofarof Greater Hollywood
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Soviet Police Bar Scientist s
Hebrew Day School Events
MOSCOW For two con-
secutive weeks since the arrest of
Vicktor Brailovsky on Nov. 13,
Soviet authorities prevented
Jewish refusenik-scientists from
conducting their regular Sunday
seminar. When the scientists
arrived at their usual meeting
place at the Brailovsky apart-
ment on Nov. 23 and 30, they
were barred by Soviet
securitypolice (KGB). A group of
seminar members, including Yuri
(iolfand and Solomon Alber. said
they had decided to continue
trying to hold the seminars in the
Brailovsky apartment for two
To give up, they said, would be
to admit that they had been
doing something wrong; and
moving the seminar to another
apartment would expose another
member to arrest. After being
turned away from the Brailovsky
home on Nov. 23, they had tried
to hold their meeting at Alek-
sandr Ioffe's apartment. The
mathematician was then called to
the KGB and warned not to
conduct the seminar, or he would
meet with the same fate as Viktor
of Viktor Brailovsky on Nov. 13
resulted in outbursts of indig-
nation by three Republican Con-
gressmen from New York.
John W. Wydler, Norman F.
Lent and Hamilton Fish, Jr.
spoke on the floor of the House
during the week of the arrest,
condemning the Soviet author-
ities for their action.
Rep. Ken Kramer (R., Colo.)
brought the plight of the Grigory
Khess family to the attention of
the Congress on Nov. 12. when he
reminded his colleagues that the
family had been waiting to
emigrate since 1973.
On Nov. 14, Rep. Brian J.
Donnelly ID., Mass.) expressed
Elections were recently held for
the office of President for the
Hillel Jewish Student Union at
Broward Community College.
Outgoing president is Paula
Sch ul man and incoming
president is Sheldon Birman.
Even though schools are on
vacation the Hillel-Jewish
Student Union will be holding
Inactivities. On Dec. 30 there will
be a college reunion and cults
program at Temple Beth El in
Hollywood. Also planned for the
beginning of January will be
another fantastic Israeli Coffee-
house If you would like more
information about the Hillel in
the Hollywood-Fort Lauderdale
area, call the Hillel director,
Nancy Tobin, at the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward, 921-
Travel Tips
If you're traveling to
Israel in the next couple of
months and need travel tips,
help finding relatives, names
of good restaurants, or any
other help, call Emanuel "No
No" Razinovsky at the Jew-
ish Federation of South
Gordon Lei and
Master Piano Craftsman
Tuning Repairs Rebuilding
20 yr. member
Piano Technicians Guild
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his concern for Aleksandr
Paritsky and his wife and two
daughters, who have been sub-
jected to harassment by the KGB
since their application to
emigrate in 1976. He urged his
congressional colleagues to lend
their personal support to the
Kharkov family by writing to
President Brezhnev in their
NEW YORK According to
the Soviet Research Bureau, 789
Jews left the Soviet Union in
November 1980, a decline of 81.2
percent from the same month in
1979. November marked the
lowest monthly emigration figure
in the last three years, except for
August 1980, when only 770 Jews
arrived in Jsrael.
In the eleven months of 1980 a
total of 20,582 Jews left the
USSR as compared with 47,175
in the same period in 1979. This
means a decline of 56.4 percent
for the year, to date.
The Hebrew Day School is
committed to providing in-
dividualized learning for the
children. This is a reality and not
a.theory at the Day School. One
of the programs that provides for
this acualization is the strong
corps of qualified volunteers.
Two ladies who volunteer on a
regular basis are Josephine
Steinberg and Ruth Greenhouse.
Asked about their background
and rationale for their third year
of working at the Hebrew Day
School, the following is what they
I. Josephine Steinberg, am a
perennial volunteer in many
fields. 1 am a certified Braillist.
have been active in both com-
munity projects and religious
organizations over the past 40
years. I was a president of a
Sisterhood up north and presi-
dent of a business and pro-
fessional women's organization.
At present, I am retired and
doing teacher's aide work in the
Hebrew Day School for the pre-
kindergarten class, through the
auspices of the JCC WECARE
program. I am also working as a
volunteer at the Covenant Care
Center, a nursing home facility,
twice a week, also sponsored by
WECARE. Recently I joined the
volunteer staff at Horizon
Elementary School in Sunrise, as
a remedial reading teacher's aide.
These activities over a span-of
many years have kept me aware
of the -need to recruit more
volunteers. Giving a bit of our-
selves to our fellow men seems to
be the rent we pay to live on this
earth and it is extremely
I, Ruth Greenhouse, started
out as a volunteer after I retired
and found I had much spare time.
On Monday mornings I work at
the Bennett Hospital. While it
has been satisfying, instead of
giving more time to the hospital,
1 decided to help tutor the
children at the Hebrew Day
School. There are youngsters who
are having difficulty with their
reading and need some outside
help besides the everyday
classes. Also there are foreign
born children who knew very
little of the English language
when they came to live in the
United States. They find it
difficult to understand their
playmates in class and some lose
interest in what the other boys
and girls are learning. I help
tutor them in learning reading
and speaking English. Much time
and patience must be devoted to
I also am a volunteer at the
Horizon School and work with
children who have behavorial
problems and who also need
much love and understanding.
My greatest pleasure is in
knowing that with their growth
and new skills they will have tht
tools to become productive and
happy children.
With individuals like
Josephine and Ruth, the Hebrew
Day School feels the cooperative
effort of the Jewish community in
providing a quality education for
Jewish youth in Greater Fort
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 26,1980
by RockeUe Koeni&
Mel and Lucille Baer have
exciting news. They have become
great grandparents! Little
1 iiiiii'ii Elizabeth Baer was born
in New York to happy parents
Kicky and Nancy Baer. Sharing
the joyous event are grand-
parents Jimmy and Margie Baer.
Congratulations to this won-
ilcrtul family as they celebrate a
Mel Baer. founder of the Baer s
Furniture Stores, has been recog-
nized by the furniture industry.
Il> is among the recipients of the
highly esteemed Industry Col-
league Award granted by the
Florida Chapter of the National
Ilome Fashions League
Cli.imik.ili lights shone on
l.merald Hills Irv and Lillian
London shared the beauty of the
holiday with their neighbors and
passersby. On the roof of their
home was a huge menorah and a
Star of David glowing with soft
blue lights The Londons have
bean among the pioneers in the
construction field and long time
members ol Temple Sinai. They
promised to leave the festive
Jewish holiday display until the
\i Year n dri\ e by.
Ma tel i-'\ to Ethel (iould on
the Bat Mitzvah ol ber grandson
in Israel Sou Donald has lived in
Israel fm ovei two years He is
ttssistant Dean .! Studies at the
I mversity ol Tel \\i\ and is
.i--. iat<.: a ilh l.l \ I'. .ip
d was rhosen ii> attend the
recent I ieneral Vasembh in
* hen he met our South
Brow urd leaders
Hurry ami Jranellf Sussman
in verj bus} folks Their niece, a
teachet ol retarded children m
Israel, spent the summer nh
them Together the) vacationed
in New (' leans for fe days In
the fall the Susamans visited
iIh'ii nephew- in New York,
enjoying the holidays with their
familv Moat recent trip was an
\cnmg cruise to Mexico anil the
fabulous experience ol traveling
through the Panama Canal
Beat wishes to Howard and
Merry 1.iff on the Mar MitXVahol
MI Eric at Temple Sold Sharing
.tu' joyful event were natr
Mindy and brother Steven and
proud grandparents Joan Green-
berg, Henry and Honey Lift. This
beautiful family is enthusias-
tically involved in Jewish leader-
ship. The Liffs are a fun-loving
family; I still remember 12 years
ago when Howard used to take
my son Jim for a ride on his
Congratulations to David
Balick, a new member of the
Florida Bar. David's parents are
Dr. Morton Balick and TeJsa
Rosen field It is always a delight
to see our young people achieve
wort hwhile objectives.
A beautiful little daughter.
Sara Michel Klausner, was born
to attorney Bob and Kathy
Klausner. Bernie and Phyllis
Koplin are the proud grand-
Congratulations to accountant
Mel and Koz Pollak on the
engagement of their daughter
Denis*- to Ira Kederer. Denise. a
student at Nova University, is a
candidate for a doctorate in
clinical psychology. Ira.
originally from Ne Jersey, la a
Bache broker Both of the other
Pollak daughters are abend)
married llene, now Irving in
Coral Springs, is in business with
hei hubbt Kath) attend-
:i tow 'i I.a >> he*il and i>
Iso i young mother 'The thru
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Dul ''i toa n guest sat tee)
South Broward n sidi tits \ erj
bus) now ';at t be season is
Jeaae and Ceil Wiener enter
tamed daughter Kobin trom New
lring and Selma Fa* enjoyed
a delighttul visit with daughter
Kona and grandson Adam from
Jamie Colo, son of Jerry and
Francine Cole, ha- Iteen choapR
one ol the Top Ten Teenagers at
the Broarard County Youth Fair
This aarard is based on com-
munity service and leadership
ability Jamie is a top debater on
the Nova High Forensic Team.
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Dr. Michael and Barbara
Desky were most enthusiastic
about their study trip to Israel.
The Deskys participated in the
high school in Israel program for
Ana Sonkin was a charming
and delighted honoree at a
surprise birthday party for a few
close friends given by her
husband Dr. David at Le
Dauphin Restaurant.
Long-time friends Moe and
Isabelle Baker are celebrating
their 50th wedding anniversary.
The Bakers are a lively, fun-
loving couple who had shared
many happy occasions with my
parents, Saul and Adele Levine.
Moe has a clever poem for every
occasion. South Broward was
most fortunate when this lovely
couple moved here several years
ago from Maiden. Mass.
Who said that one woman
cannot make a difference? The
Kducation Committee of the
Broward County Medical
Auxiliary honored exemplary
k>ader in education Bob Smolian
at a meeting at the home of
Selma llopen. Mrs. Smolian has
been involved in the world of
academia locally and in Birming-
ham. Ala. Among many ac-
complishments, she and her
husband have dedicated the
Garden of Peace and the Medical
School Clinic in Birmingham.
Her ideas and encouragement
have been an inspiration to
friends and the community.
Following the meeting at which
innovative plans were formulated
for local educational needs, a
beautiful luncheon was served.
Participants were Mara Guilanti,
Betsy Krant. Diane Bergheim.
Tobene Rosen thai. Other guests
included Cynde Martin, Nancy
Ehrlich, Harriet Packer and
Robbie Kurland.
Music, music, music. I have
been to more high school band
concerts than I care to shake a
drumstick at, but none can
compare to the Nova High School
holiday music extravaganza held
in magnificent Bailey Hall at
BCC. A special treat was guest
conductor Joseph Kreines of
Satellite Beach. Parents Lee and
Bea Kreines were on hand, along
with close friend Jean Krueger,
enjoying the thrilling per-
formance of the symphonic band.
My son is in the percussion
section, so Fang and I were
present with our ever-ready
sound movie camera. We were
particularly proud of Jim when
he was named All State Drum
mer. He will appear in the All
State Orchestra at Davtona in
January. This ranks him as one
of the top high school drummers
in our state. Guess who will be in
the audience once again with our
movie camera?
Other talented Nova High
musicians are Nat Seidman, Ri8a
Mish, Dale Appell, Doug Eaton.
Spotted in the crowd were the Dr
Jack Millers, parents of Dale, the
Dr. Saul Singers with clarinet-
playing Steven, Drs. Bob and
Selma Josell with two musicians,
John and Dan, drummer Alan
Kellner and parents, the Dr.
Howard Kellners with grand-
mother Eve Fish kin, also the
Stan Kowitt family watching
Debbie playing trumpet. It was a
great evening of fun and en-
joyment for the kids and their
Delta Players Present
A musical in Yiddish, I)e
Bubbe's Yerusheh," will be per-
formed by the Delta Players on
Sundays at 2:30 p.m. The per-
formances will take place at Coral
Springs High School, Jan. 11 and
18; Hallandale High School. Feb.
1.8. 15, 22 and April 5: Deerfield
Beach High School, March 22
and April 12 The proceeds will
benefit Israel. This will be a
colorful show. For tickets call
Morris Spit/. 946-9016.
Maxu ell House Coffee
Is After Shopping Relaxatk n.
Shopping far a "good buy* has be-
come one of' Americas favorite pas-
times. It's always run to find new
'hmgs. see the new fashions and
perhaps pick up something new for
the house or family.
Another favorite pastime is to come
home from shopping, kick off the
shoes and relax with a good cup at
coffee Maxwell House" Coffee The
full-pleasant aroma and great-
tasting, satisfying flavor is
the perfect ending
to a busy shop-
ping day-. Espe-
cially when
relaxing with
a close friend The good talk The
good feelings. The warmth are some
of the things that go along with
Maxwell House" Perhaps chat's why
many Jewish housewives don': shop
for Maxwell House" They simply
buy it. It's the "smart buv" as anv
balabusta knows!
So. no matter what your prefer-
enceinstant or ground when
you pour Maxwell House? you pour
relaxation. At its best.. consis-
tently cup after cup after cup.
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Friday, December 26,1980
'. .' i''Y
The Jewish FUmdfan and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Seated from left are Dr. Joseph Stein, chairman Holly brook Division;
Joyce Newman, guest speaker and former JFSB president; Jackie
Levine, chairman. Big Gifts Cocktail Party; Rhea Krieger, co-chair-
man. Big Gifts Cocktail Party. Standing from left are George Fin-
neman, co-chairman, Hollybrook Division; Lester Weil, past chair-
man. Holly brook Division; Evelyn and Harry Goldstein. Phase IV
chairman and host and hostess of Awards Breakfast; Dr. Ira Sheier,
JFSB director of planning and Hollybrook campaign associate.
Hollybrook Workers
A wards Breakfast

"Commitment, dedication and
hard work by you, the workers,
has helped the phenomenal
growth in Hollybrook s totals to
the UJ A-Federation Cam-
paign in the past year," said
guest speaker Joyce Newman at
the recent Hollybrook Workers
Awards Breakfast.
"Your future efforts in opening
new accounts and upgrading
present contributors will help
ensure the well-being of Jews
here in South Broward, around
the world and in Israel," con-
cluded Mrs. Newman.
The annual Workers Award
Breakfast at Hollybrook is held
you back to
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closed Mondays

to thank last year's workers and
to kick off the 1981 Campaign.
Dr. Joe Stein, chairman of
Hollybrook said, "By having this
breakfast, we are able to give
recognition to last year's workers
and also start the involvement of
this year's workers."
In addition to handing out
award plaques and certificates to
the many workers. Dr. Stein also
announced the Big Gifts Cocktail
Party which will be held on
Saturday. Jan. 17, at the home of
Hal and Zee Rudln. Jackie Irvine
and Khea Krieger are serving as
chairman and co-chairman
respectively of the event. "We
hope to have over 100 people at
our Big Gifts Cocktail Party,"
commented George Finneman,
co-chairman of the Hollybrook
Also announced as co-chair-
man for the annual dinner to be
held Sunday, Feb. 22, at Emerald
Hills Country Club were Esther
Marcus and Sylvia Stein.
The awards breakfast was
hosted by Harry and Evelyn
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Dr. David Sachs, chairman of '
the Hebrew Literacy Campaign
Committee; Mort Kushner,
president of Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood; Werner Jaffe, president of
the Men's Club of the Temple,
and Marcy Kameron, president of
the Sisterhood of the same
congregation, have issued a joint
statement announcing the forth-
coming Hebrew Literacy Cam-
paign for members of Temple
Sinai and the general Jewish
Beginning Jan. 11, 17 classes
will be offered each week for 12
weeks, teaching Hebrew reading
to the entire membership of the
congregation. At the end of the
12 weeks, the entire congre-
gation, acting jointly as a "col-
lective cantor," will chant the
entire Friday night service on
April 3.
Each student will take a single
two-hour course per week, but
classes will be offered each
morning, afternoon and evening
of the week.
Many lay people who have
never taught Hebrew before have
volunteered to become lay
Campaign coordinator of the
Congregation, Dr. Sachs, has
declared the slogan Of this
Literacy Year as: "Those who do
not know how to read must learn
to read. Those who know must
teach others." Our lay teachers,
he said, are going to be given a
crash training program by Rabbi
Seymour Friedman, spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai for
teaching based on a recently pub-
lished best-seller tftxtfrook,
"Shalom Aleichem," by Rabbi
Noah Golinkin.
Among the volunteer teachers
are Ronni Simon, Esther Gordon,
Nili Kimelman, Avis Sachs and
Paula Platt. Other volunteer
teachers are being sought.
Students at Hillel Community Day School helped residents of the Hallandale Rehabilitation Center
celebrate Chanukah with traditional holiday songs. The celebration was part of the Federation's Chap-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 2*>, 1980
Community Calendar*
Jot. 5
Cocktail Party, 5 p.m. at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wein-
traub, guest speaker, Gene Greenzweig.
WOMEN Discussion by panel of clinical psychologists at
general meeting, subject: Self-Help Enhancement 12:30 p.m. -
refreshments will be served, Temple Sinai, 1201 Johnson St.,
Hollywood For additional information, coll 923-4286.
- *
Cocktail Party 5 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Kolodin guest speaker, Al Golden.
Jan. 11
Gifts Coffee- 10 a.m.
Breakfast 10 a.m. guest speaker, "No No" Razmovsky.
Gifts Cocktail Party al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Baer 5
Jon. 13
Beach Bus Tour 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. leaving from the Art
and Culture Center.
Cocktail Party 3 p.m. Hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Not Harris guest
speaker, Tom Cohen.
12:30 p.m. entertainment will be in the form of a play, "Please
Call Me Sol." Members and friends are invited refreshments
will be served.
Jan. 15
p.m at Temple Solel guest speaker will be Brenda Shapiro of
the American Jewish Committee speaking on "Growing Up
Jewish Refreshments will be served.
ship meeting sponsored by membership chairman Esther
Winkelstein 12:30 p.m. at the Miromor Recreation Center,
6700Miramar Parkway, Miramar for information call 981-2168.
p.m. at the Diplomat Country Club guest speaker Yitzhak
a.m. to6p.m. at the Federation office.
Movie, 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 21
Women's Division Brunch 10:30a.m.
Metropolitan Revue, final auditions 8 p.m. at the Hollywood
Jewish Community Center.
Jan. 22
shop 7:30 p.m. at the Federation.
Jan. 23
Coffee 10 a.m. Hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mandelbaum guest
speaker "No No" Razinovsky.
Jaa. 25
Breakfast 10 a.m. guest speaker, Rev. J. S. Grauel.
Jan. 25
"III" Cocktail Party 5:30 p. m. at Temple Beth El guest speaker.
Rev. J. S. Grauel.
Jan. 26
Division 12 noon at Hillcrest Country Club.
and Fashion Show by Irving Berlin and Nat Allan, narrated by
Tehia B. Rosenfeld 6 p.m. donation $12.50 at Temple Sinai,
Habert Karp Hall, 1201 Johnson St., Hollywood call 920-1577.
Jan. 27
Breakfast 10 a.m. guest speaker, Rev. J. S. Grauel.
- 6 p.m. Emerald Hills Country Club guest speaker, Jacob
Jot. 21
Women's Division
Women's Division Luncheon 11:30 a.m. at Voile's.
Forum 8 p.m. guest speaker. Prof. Arnon Gutfeld, Temple
Beth El.
Living With Death and Dying
"Living With Death ana
Dying: An Experience in Aware-
ness" is the topic of a workshop
presented by Community Hos-
pital of South Broward on Tues-
day, Jan. 13. from 7 to 10 p.m.
Indians to Visit
In conjunction with the
Thanksgiving holiday the
Hebrew Day School of Fort
Lauderdale invited Winnifred
Tiger, a representative of the
Seminole Indians to visit.
Mrs. Tiger, dressed in
traditional Seminole dress, spoke
to the entire student body about
how the Seminoles live today.
She brought with her an assort-
ment of baskets, some valued at
$200, intricate hand-made
materials, dolls, and wood
carvings. These were samples of
other Indian tribes as well as the
The children of the Day School
were eager to participate in a
question-answer period. They
learned several Indian words and
were most impressed by the
amount of time it took to do the
weaving of the baskets and
The Hebrew Day School gave a
donation to the Seminole Indian
Education Department in ap-
preciation of this educational
Edie Stark. RN\ BS a pioneer
in the development of "Living
With Death and Dying" work-
shops, has trained with Elisabeth
Kubler-Ross, Ml) Her work-
shops advocate humanizing and
personalizing health care as well
as a commitment to involvement.
The program is designed to
enhance participants* skills in
caring for the dying patient
through exploration of behavior
and feelings about living, dying
*h to
and death.
The program is 'open to all
health care personnel. The fee is
$15 and advance registration is
required. Contact Francine
Foley, RN. at Community Hos-
pital of South Broward, 966-8100.
Community Hospital is a pro-
vider approved by the Florida
State Board of Nursing (No
H000047). This program offers
nurses three contact hours.
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our hearts reach out to your
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The concerns of the Jewish
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Hillcrest Women's Division
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in-vious records," they added.
Luncheon chairwomen include
pertrude Entin, arrangements;
Gertrude Kronovet, seating;
E lea nor Rabins, Miriam Brecher,
Eleanor Lerner, Belle Schlanger,
[able decorations and gifts;
Eleanor Sachnoff, Low Rise
Hidings; Tess Haber, Mid Rise
lildings; Nellie Shanler and
| >orothy Chernuchin, High Rise
Building chairwomen include
liriam Podell, Anne Weitz,
tioldie Unger, Lillian Noble,
[Jlara Manchyk, Trudy Ginsberg,
lartha Werbach, Sally Ritten-
)erg, Sylvia Amsterdam, Rae
senblatt, Rona Lewit, Sue
Hochberg, Adele Samuels,
|l ><>rothy Chernuchin, Ida Sloan,
Edith Krupnick, Ruth Serwitz,
oz U;ii hit. Dorothy Sternberg
ind Gilda Hochman.
The campaign committee in-
cludes Zelma Abarbanel, Esther
(Arnold, Rose Balkin, Toby Berk-
lan, Dorothy Bernstein, Lil
llrrnsicin. Evelyn Bregman.
Irene Charlop, Pearl Cherno, Ada
Cohen. Ann Cohen, Frances
ICohen, Sylvia Cohn, Ada Cooper.
llicai nee Ehrlich, Lillian Ehrlich.
1 Anita Eisenlx-rg, Helen Ellner,
|Sue Fein. Esther Ferguson. May-
llielle Friedman. Hannah Glenn,
I! illian (ioldlterg.
Also Stephanie Goldstein,
Barbara Gompera, Birdie (.iould.
Hilda Gradinger, Marion Green-
.pan, Dorothy Guttenberg, Teas
llaber, Sadie Haiblum, Prances
[lersh, Frieda Hertz, Helen Hite,
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Kass, Bea Kauff, Lillian
Kaufman, Helen Klein, Sylvia
Klcm. Sylvia Kleinman, Mildred
Kleasmer, Libby Klinghofter,
Gertrude Koss.
Adult Education
The third of a series ol lecture's
on the Future of World Jewry
will be held on Thursday, Jan. 15,
.it Hallandale Jewish Center. The
lecturer will be Louis Kleeman.
member of B nai B'rith Inter-
national, who will speak on
European Jewry After the
I lolocaust." Reserve this date as
the lecture will deal with the most
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Ixjthstein. Olga Marks, Blanche
Messinger, Helen Miller, Midge
Nathanson, Lillian Noble, Sonya
Podell, Kate Preiser, Judy
Reddock, Miriam Rifkin, Blanche
Ringelheim, Edith Rodman,
Dorothy Rodnon, Ruth Rosen.
Ann Rosenberg.
Also Rose Ross, Adele Rush.
Lillian Sackman, Gladys Saltz-
man, Fay Salzstein, Fay
Schaefer, Naomi Schick, Dina
Shapiro, Sylvia Shapiro, Tess
Silberberg, Dorothy Simon, Rose
Skolnick, Sally Smallberg, Pearl
Sobel, Mary Stone, Pearl
Strauss, Laura Teibel, Mildred
Unterberger. Sally Winograd,
Mary Wolfe. Eleanor Wolpe.
Tina Yerman.
Service to the Blind
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, 1351 S. 14 Ave., Holly-
wood, on Tuesday, Jan. 20 at
noon. The public is invited to
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 chairman-
ship of Mrs. Milton Forman, with
Mrs. Abraham Halpern in charge
of the tape recording books for
the Nova schools. Mrs. Sylvia
Young is the coordinator for the
Dontation is $4 per person. For
tickets and reservations call Mrs.
Sylvia Cohn, 454-5090; Mrs.
Ray a Finn. 458-0378, and temple
office, 920-8225 or 944-7773.
Deadline for reservations Ls Jan.
16. No reservations will lie ac-
cepted after that date.
Seated from left are Jackie Kan, Debbie Lundy, Marcy and Joel
Schackne. Standing from left are Alan Kan, Tony Lundy, Richard and
Jan Ziff, Randy and Richard Blackburn.
Young Leadership
Western Division
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Young Leader-
ship Western Division met
recently at the home of Jackie
and Alan Kan.
The program, "What Makes
Me A Jew?", was led by Terri
Obstein Goldberg, Children's
Program Supervisor at Michael-
Ann Kussell Jewish Community
^ "The group discussed
Chanukah and Christmas and
how we should teach our children.
We also participated in a dis-
cussion on Jewish Value Classi-
fication," explained Randy and
Richard Blackburn and Debbie
and Tony Lundy, chairmen.
Additional couples living in
West Broward who are interested
in joining the Young Leadership
Western Division should call
Linda Senk-Kice at the Jewish
federation of South Broward.

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Friday, December 26,1980
Louis Rosenberg (right), newly-elected national president of American Red Magen David for Israel, is
congratulated by his predecessor in office, Joseph Handleman. Emanuel Celler is ARMDI national
Governments Reported as Murderers
People were murdered by government forces or:
executed for political reasons in more than 30>
countries in the 12 months reviewed by Am-
nesty's International's annual report, published!
Dec. 9.
The victims included peasant families in El
Salvador and Guatemala: members of political,
religious and ethnic groups in Iraq. Iran and
Ethiopia: and people in all walks of life in.
countries as far apart as Afghanistan. Chile and
the Philippines.
The 408-page Amnesty International Report
ttifri also documents the extent of detention
without trial, torture and other forms of repres-
sion. It describes the use of restrictive laws, labor
camps and psychiatric abuse to punish dissenters
in the Soviet Union. It calls attention to police
brutality to members of ethinic minorities in the
United States, sometimes resulting in deaths.
Leon Dulzin. chairman of the Jewish Agency
and of the World Zionist Organization Executive,
is in New York for a series of meetings with the
top echelon leadership of the United Jewish
Appeal. Dul/.in has come directly from an inter-
national meeting in London with some 90 of the
foremost Jewish leaders from 13 countries.
While in the United States. Dulzin will par-
ticipate in joint meetings of Federation and the
UJA in New York, and of the UJA in Cleveland,
Cincinnati. Los Angeles, and at a regional con-
ference in Orlando. Fla.
In New York, he will meet with the World Zion-
ist Organization-American Section Executive to
discuss the WZO meeting of the Board of Gover-
nors that will convene in Israel in February, 1981.
Teen-agers from more than 100 North
American communities are expected to take parti
in this year's Eastern Torah leadership Seminar,
six-day study and recreation gathering spon-
sored by the Department of Youth Services of i
Yeshiva University's Division of Communal!
Services in Lakewood N J., Dec. 25 to30.
The Eastern Torah Leadership Seminar is
| designed, according to program coordinator, Roy
iAngstreich, "to offer a broad range of educational I
and social experience in a traditional Jewish
Plans are moving forward for a three-day
Jewish Ethnic Music Festival, to be held in New
York Mar. 21 under the sponsorship of the
National Foundation for Jewish Culture, the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, and the New York University Depart-
ments of Music and Performance Studies.
One aim of the festival is to call attention to the
folk traditions that have enriched Jewish life
through the centuries. As communities of Jews,
dispersed to every corner of the world, established
new roots, they developed unique ways of ex-
pressing themselves through folk traditions,
music, literature, foods, dance, clothing and
general lifestyle.
"This is another effort by the National
Foundation to meet cultural needs of im-
oortancr." said Amos Comay, president of the
In the last decade. Asian concert artists and
orchestra players, many newly arrived, have
begun sounding a new note to the American
musical scene. Consequently, today the number
of Oriental music students in this country has
multiplied, and there has been a notable increase
in soloists and orchestra players from Japan.
South Korea and China, writes Leslie Rubinstein
of The New York Times
The journalist quotes Jorge Mester. conductor
and music director of the Aspen Music Festival,
who said. The Israelis took over in the 1950s
now it's the Orientals." He reports that now at
least half a dozen American orchestras have
Oriental conductors or concert-masters.
The 1980 edition of America's annual director
lists 58 musicians with Oriental names, compared
with IT a decade ago. "The Orientals are the Jews
of the future." suys the \ iolinst Yehudi Menuhin.
comparing the Asians' talents to the Eastern
European musical legacy left by Jascha Heifetz,
Mischa Elman, Efrern Zimbalist. Gregor
Piatagorski. Nathan Milstein. Vladimir
Horowitz. Artur Rubinstein and others.
Asserting that Jerry Falwell's support for
Israel was "welcome" but "not relevant to the
central question of the impact of the Moral
Majority on the democratic process in America,"
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler, president of the
Union of American Hebrew congregations, says:
T have never called Rev. Falwell an anti-
Semite. What I said, and repeat, was that in his
exclusivist emphasis on a 'Christian Bill of
Rights' and a Christian America,' he and his
associates have created a divisive climate of
opinion in America which is inimical to religious
pluralism and religious tolerance.
"Such a climate of opinion is bad for civil
liberties, for human rights and for social justice:
therefore it is bad for Jews." _____
The Union of American Hebrew Congregations
is announcing that it has raised special funds to
create a new Religious Action Center in
Washington as a "visible presence in our nation's
capital of the religious conscience in the struggle
for social justice."
The announcement is made by Alexander I.
Ross, chairman of the Commission on Social
Action of Reform Judaism, who said the action
had been approved at the Union's board of
trustees meeting in San Francisco last month.
A fund of some $400,000. secured by special
gifts, will be used to completely renovate and
make available additional space in the UAHC's
present building. That structure, a brick building
built in 1900. was contributed to the UAHC in
1961 by the late Kivie Kaplan, a leader of the
UAHC who also served as president of the
Some 380 young men and women, leaders in
Jewish communities throughout the United'
States, participated in the first-ever Hashireynu
Mission to Israel, sponsored by the United
Jewish Appeal's National Young Leadership
According to final results reported in New,
York, the mission participants pledged a total of
SI.055,758 to support programs and services
funded by UJA beneficiary agencies in Israel and
around the world in 1981.1
Mission Reunion
The Jewish Federation of South Broward held a Mission Reunion
recently at the home of Dr. Irving and Carol Karten. The Reunion was
for 1980 Community Mission participants and enabled them to re-
charge the friendships they had made.
The Reunion also gave the Mission participants the opportunity
to talk about readjusting to life at home and to learn about upcoming
Federation events.
Seated is Meyer Schatzberg. Standing from left is Lee Schatzberg,
Freda and Irving Schorr.
From left are Marion Heller, Bobbie Levin. Carol Karten, Nathan
Heller and Shane Wolf.
From left are Evelyn Stieber, Sandy Arenson, Sue Harris and Lee
From left are Trudy Russe, Martha and Murray Glickman, Bonnie
and Stuart Wolf.
are Bobbie Levin,
Razinovsky and Eve Hochman.
Susan Singer. Emanuel "No No"

(December 26, 1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
?othsayers Look into Their
1981 Crystal Balls
itinued from Page 4
[Ezer Weizman will some-
Prime Minister, and if
lit Yitzhak Navon goes
live politics, he will be
uslv successful.
^ve before us the digest uf
jther scenario, this one
an years ago. In 1971, a
of serious sceintists.
)gists, sociologists,
journalists, educa-
others put their heads
and on a scientific basis
visualize what this
| would be like by 1981.
pRIEF, they forecast: a
>! peace, economic pros-
eduction in aliyah and in-
i yerida. They saw Arabs
lly taking over in the
market, in agricul-
ture, in tourist hotels and else-
where, with Israelis refusing to
do menial work, and preferring to
draw unemployment compen-
The 1971 ambitious plans to
abolish poverty and eradicate
slums would fail completely, and
the housing shortage would get
worse. The waters of the country
and the air over the cities would
become increasingly polluted.
Organized crime would rise to an
alarming degree all this ex-
pected under a Labor Govern-
On the whole, the scientists of
ten years ago, with their com-
puters and their statistical pro-
jections, did far better than their
stars and their crystal balls. Federation of South Broward recently sponsored a
Htah Parly for its office volunteers. Seated from left are Hilda
~V. Louis Berger. Selma Kaye and Gert Kasowitz. Standing from
He- Bernire Kelrick, Rose Lowenstein, Pauline Miner and Molly
from left are Raye Bodner, Tena Solomon, Anne Solomon and
plunder. Standing from left are Sara Ottenstein. volunteer co-
Leah Sugarman. Alex Muslin and Frieda First.
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BONN (JTAI Justice
Minister Hans-Jochen Vogel
announced that he is preparing
strong measures to combat the
spread of Nazi propaganda in
West Germany. He told reporters
at a press conference that his
ministry is presently drafting a
series of amendments that will
put teeth into existing laws.
Vogel specified the principal
measures to be taken and how
they will work. The import of
Nazi propaganda material would
be banned under one of the pro-
posed amendments. Although
most such material is now
brought in from abroad, existing
laws prohibit only its display.
ANOTHER amendment would
outlaw Nazi material from th
period preceding the establish
ment of the Federal Republic ir
1949. Existing laws ban only
material produced after that
date. Vogel noted.
Finally, he said, the law should
explicitly prohibit propaganda
aimed at playing down Nazi war
crimes or denying that the Holo-
caust ever took place. Proposed
amendments would allow state
prosecutors to initiate cases
against persons spreading the so-
called "Auschwitz lies." Under
the present law, only individual
victims ol Nazi war crimes can
bring suit against such persons.
New Synaagogue
A new synagogue. The Levi
Yitzhok Chabad. has been
organized in Hollywood. Services
are held at 1504 Wiley St.. and
are scheduled for Fridays at 5:10
p.m.. and Saturdays at 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m.
Leo Mind I in
Megapolitics And
The New Mini-Man
Continued from Page 4
The answer is that they are
pawns in the megapolitics of
demographic warfare in the same
way that we are. or that we are
victims of a national American
energy policy shaped by Exxon.
THERE IS no morality in any
of this because there is no
morality in megapolitics; there is
only power as a consideration
based upon the individual's
voluntary submission to the
eroding force of power which
reduces him to the status of a
faceless, anonymous mini-man.
That is why I said at the
beginning that Russia and Israel
are perfect examples of the new
megapolitical world. There is
nothing Israel can do in any
direction that will meet with less
than international condemnation
these days; on the other hand,
the Russians behave like the
behemoth they are with im-
punity, be it in Afganistan or
Poland, simply because they are
In the case of Israel, anony-
mity as the sine qua mm of mega-
political relationships is trans-
lated into a movement aimed at
delegitimizing her national in-
tegrity, hence her individuality.
Once a case for Israel's lack of
legitimacy as a nation can be
proved, then it is a subsequent
and small matter to destroy her.
WHERE IS America in this
brave new world of megapolitics?
It appears that the nation's
impulses are still good but. even
in the arena of our national
morality, our concern for good-
ness has given way to gigantism
in this instance to the mega-
morality of conglomerate
This is best typified by the
Moral Majority or Christian
Voice or any other television
religious movement which
replaces Jefferson ian principle.
Apparently, Jeffersonian prin-
ciple is no longer able to fend
for itself on a national scene
swamped by the lingo of Hee-
Huir The fascination in the
recent presidential election is
that it has been left to con-
glomerate religion to enter the
lists against conglomerate eco-
nomic and governmental enter-
prise. In the world of mega-
politics and with Hee-Hair as its
anthem, the individual Jeffer-
sonian hardly stands a chance.
But conglomerate religion is
not an antagonist of con-
glomerate economics and / or
governmental enterprise. Con-
glomerate religion does not seek
to tame the amoral principles of
megapolitics as a defender of the
faith of the mini-man.
ON THE contrary, all share
the quality of gigantism in their
natures, which as a power prin-
ciple rises above the petty dif-
ferences that may exist among
Notice, for example, the role
that the Catholic Church played
in Europe during the Hitler era.
It did not condemn, it did not
fight against the Nazis; quite the
reverse, it played footsie with
Similarly, the Moral Majority
types among us. who in the
Reagan victory these days take
credit for the greatest mega-
political victory in America thus
far. and who seem prepared to
enter the lists against the mega-
political superstars only to the
extent that the superstars oc-
casionally waver from their
extremist power principles which
the megareligionists also hold
My on,
The Knight!
Jewish mothers (and fathers) have traditionally boasted, and justifi-
ably so. about their children's professional achievements. But in how many-
parts of the world can a Jewish parent proudly proclaim: "Meet my son, THE
Certainly Scotland must stand in the forefront. In recent
years Scotland produced three Jewish Knights, two Jewish Mem-
bers of Parliament, a Lord Provost (mayor), and the only Jewish
pipe-hand in the entire world!
Of course Scotland's most famous product is scotch whisky.
And America's favorite scotch is JckB. We carefully select the fin
est scotches and blend them tor smoothness and subtlety. The
result is why we say that J&.B whispers.
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a Knight or your daughter a Dame in-order to enjoy J&.B. Any
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i he. Jewish t loridianandShofar / Greater Hollywood
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood__________
Friday. December 26,1980
News in Brief
Mideast Envoy Linowitz Bids Farewell
Minister Menachem Begin said
here that Israel, Egypt and the
U.S. will publish a joint com-
munique on the status of the
autonomy talks when U.S.
special envoy Sol Linowitz com-
pletes his present visit to the
region. Linowitz met with
President Anwar Sadat in Cairo
Briefing the Knesset's Foreign
Affairs and Security Committee,
Begin disclosed that Israel had
rejected a proposal that the three
countries publish a report
specifying the areas of agreement
and disagreement in the
autonomy negotiations to date.
He said such a report would have
required lengthy talks and nego-
tiations between the parties.
It was reported from Cairo
meanwhile that Linowitz
delivered a message to Sadat I
from President-Elect Reagan
containing assurances that the
new administration will support
the Camp David process in the
search for peace in the Middle
Est and that no changes would be
made without the agreement of
both Egypt and Israel.
LONDON Lord Kagan, the
Jewish textile manufacturer who
became a close associate of
former Prime Minister Harold
Wilson, has gone to prison for 10
months and faces fines totaling
more than one million Pounds
Sterling for stealing from his own
Kagan. 64, is the latest
member of Wilson's circle of
Jewish associates to become en-
meshed in a financial scandal. Sir
Eric Miller, the onetime honorary
treasurer of the Socialist Inter-
national, shot himself three years
ago after being accused of mis-
appropriating money from his
Although Kagan was not iden-
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
A. Neu.
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform (44)
57th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44 A)
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Cantor Joseph Wichelewski. 148)
School 200 NW Douglas Rd.. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Bennet Greenspon.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd., Hollywood Conservative. Rabbi
Bernard P. Shoter.
TION. 400S. Nob Hill Rd Rabbi Sheon
J.Harr. (64)
GOGUE. 7473 NW 4th St. (6*)
NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Or.
Carl Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob
Danziger. (12)
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max.
Landman (47B)
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave. '
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
GOGUE. 1504 Wiley St.
TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Seymour Friedman.
Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Robert Ungar.
TEMPLE SOLEL 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood, Fla. 33021. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Robert P. Fraiin
Cantor Michael Kyrr. (47C)
FORT LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
Road. Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe
Bomzer. (52)
Sol Lilian iu
lified with organized Jewish lite
in this country, press and
television coverage of his trial
and relationship with Wilson
have given prominence to his
Jewish background. In his trial,
in which he admitted stealing
blue dye from his denim factory
in Yorkshire, Kagan claimed that
he put the proceeds into a secret
Swiss bank account and used
them for a secret fund to aid
Jewish refugees from Eastern
LOS ANGELES Suspicions
that a recent synagogue fire in
the Los Angeles area was moti-
vated by anti-Semitism were con-
firmed by the arrest of two mem-
bers of the American Nazi Party
announced by the Los Angeles
County Sheriff's Office early this
Detectives said that Michael
Canale. 35, and Eugene Neilson,
24, have been booked on sus-
picion of having set the blaze that
caused more than $100,000 in
damage to Temple Beth David in
the San Gabriel valley during the
early hours of Saturday, Dec. 6.
Canale is being held on $100,000
bail, sheriff's deputies said.
The fire gutted the sanctuary
of the Reform temple, destroying
many of the Torahs. The county
arson squad reported at the time
that it was a clear case of arson.
Graham, the British Foreign
Office official in charge of the
Middle East, had a secret
meeting this month with PLO
leader Yasir Arafat as part of
Britain's move for closer ties with
An Evening on Cults
The Cult Sub-Committee of the
CRC of JFSB, together with the
JCC of Hollywood will jointly
sponsor "An Evening on Cults"
at Temple Beth El on Tuesday,
Dec. 30, at 7:30 p.m. This is the
second in a series of programs
being developed to sensitize our
college youth as well as high
school students to the cult
problem on college campuses and
in the general area.
The program will include a
discussion on the cults led by
Rabbi Ben Romer of Temple Beth
El, Rabbi Robert Jacobs of
Temple Solel and Nancy Tobin,
director of Broward and Dade
Counties' Hillel Foundations.
Invitations are being extended
to college and university
students as well as senior high
school students through the
synagogues and Jewish
organizations of the South
Broward area. The program is
also intended as a "homecoming"
occasion for college students
returning from the campuses.
The discussion will be followed
by a social which will include
Israeli dancing, beer, coke and
Co-chairpersons of the Cult
Sub-Committee are Eleanor
Handleman and Meral Ehren-
For additional information,
contact Rabbi Harold Richter at
the Federation or Judy Glazer at
the Hollywood JCC.
The first Interfaith
Thanksgiving Service in several
years was held at the Hollywood
Hills United Methodist Church.
Members of all faiths par-
ticipated. Participants from the
Jewish Community include
Rabbi Robert Frazin, who
delivered the sermon; Rabbi
Harold Richter, JFSB Chaplain,
who introduced the speaker.
Rabbi Ben Romer of Temple Beth
El, who led the Scripural
Reading; Sandi Khani of CRC
who read "A Prayer of
Thanksgiving"; and Elaine
Handleman of CRC who gave the
benediction. The service was
sponsored by the Interfaith
Council of Greater Hollywood,
the Ministerial Association of
Hollywood, The South Broward
Council of Rabbis and The South
Broward Deanery.
the PLO.
The two men met in Beirut on
Dec. 2. Sir John, a deputy under-
secretary, is the most senior
Foreign Office man to have of-
ficially met the PLO chief. The
Foreign Office said the encounter
did not signify a change in
Britain's general Middle East
policy or in its attitude toward
the PLO.
The Israeli Embassy said that
it was awaiting instructions from
Jerusalem on whether to protest
to the Foreign Office. Israeli
officials meanwhile described the
Beirut meeting as "deeply dis-
appointing and very unhelpful"
to Middle East peace prospects.
underwent another 9.4 percent of
inflation during the month of
November, according to official
statistics released Monday. This
figure was the rate of increase of
the consumer price index, a
device worked out by govern-
ment economists to reflect the
average expenditure of the
The November figure brings
the 1980 figure for the first 11
months of the year to 124 per-
cent. However, the rate over the
past several months has been
considerably higher.
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Treasury officials immediately
cited the high November figure
as additional proof if proof
were needed of the urgent need
to trim government spending.
BOGOTA David Kimche.
director general of Israel's
Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
arrived here to meet with
representatives of President Julio
Cesar Turbay Ayala. Kimche
said his trip was made in an effort
to promote closer ties between
Israel and Colombia.
"From the Colombian govern-
ment we are hoping above all, for
friendship and comprehension of
Israel's problems," Kimche said.
"Colombia and Latin America in
general have always maintained
friendly relations with Israel and
we hope that they will not bow to
the economic pressures of the
Arab countries."
Finance Minister Yigael
Hurwitz made use of this
argument at Tuesday's special
Cabinet session when he tried
once again to persuade his col-
leagues to accept the belt-
tightening budget he has sub-
Colombia, like Israel, is
dependent on imported oil
currently 60,000 barrels a day
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wish Organizations Blast Percy
IK (JTA) -
rican Jewish or-
have blasted
Percy (R., 111.)
ting a Pales-
headed by
liberation Or-
chief Yasir.
ley contended
was not the
the incoming
snate or the
|is slated to become
lie Senate Foreign
nmittee in the next
Ited his views to
on his visit to
ling to cables sent
ton by Thomas
3. Ambassador to the
too. The classified mes-
i made available to The
Times which published
of their contents.
I quoted as saying that
nian stale "would permit
to realize his wish to be a
I f state before he dies."
Of the Conference of
I of Major American
Organizations, declared
oming at a time of grow-
aenchantment with the
its leadership and its
riat tactics, Senator Percy's
fitment of Yasir Arafat as
lad of a new Palestinian
particularly irresponsible.
confident that Senator
does not speak for Ronald
or the new Republican
istration. The President-
has clearly and repeatedly
iemned the PLO and rejected :
Idea of a separate Palestinian
>i Alexander Schindler,
Bnt of the Union of Ameri-
lebrew Congregations, said
telegram to Reagan that
of the confusion and
istrous misunder-
it can develop from
i'a unhappy com-
aim of your support
^Bns, I urge you to dis-
jairself from his views
rt your opposition to
in state and your
>n never to deal with
added: "We know
(Percy'si are dia-
>pposed to your own,
rly and unequivocally
Ihem during your suc-
tion campaign."
the American Jewish
declared that the
ee "regrets that even
iming the chairman-
Senate Foreign Re-
"ommittee, Senator
en fit to announce his
B a Palestinian state
Arafat as its leader,
ain that this does not
the policy of either the
Jr the incoming Ad-
jn, nor the sentiment
late and the American
Joseph Sternstein,
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president of the American Zionist
Federation, charged that "For
Senator Percy to view the PLO,
whose tentacles are intertwined
with international Communist
terror, as legitimate rulers of a
state when they hold even their
own Arab compatriots at gun-
the great contribution which
Senator Percy can make to the
Middle East peace process? Or
has he only embarrassed Presi-
dent-elect Reagan whose views
clearly and publicly contradict
those of the Senator? We wait for
an answer," Sternstein said.
Ivan Novick, president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
said Percy's view was "contrary
to that held by most Americans.
The recent elections gave the
Republican Party an impressive
mandate to carry out various
programs and policies. This in-
cludes rejection of the PLO and
the concept of a separate
state It is not in the interests
of the United States to encourage
the enemy of our ally, the State of
Israel. Nor is it to4be benefit of
the Palestinian Arab people to
believe there is no hope in
ACCORDING to the Times
report, Percy's conversations
with Soviet leaders, which en-
compassed strategic arms talks,
China and Afghanistan as well as
the Middle East, drew ex-
pressions of anger and dismay
from most members of Reagan's
transition team for two reasons.
One was Percy's impending
accession to the chairmanship of
the Foreign Relations Committee
which will give him powerful
leverage in foreign policy mat-
ters. The other was the report
that Percy told the Soviet leaders
that "much of what he was about
to say had all been coordinated
with President-elect Reagan,"
implying that the new Adminis-
tration favored a Palestinian
state. Reagan has stated publicly
that he does not and branded the
PLO a "terrorist" organization.
The Times report was not the
first indication of the Senator's
attitude on a Palestinian state.
The Illinois Republican said on
the ABC-TV "Good Morning
America" program last Monday
state in federation with Jordan
and disarmed for offensive pur-
poses for at least 25 years. The
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
reported on Dec. 3 that Percy
told the television interviewer
that he and Soviet President
Leonid Brezhnev had disagreed
on the nature of such a state.
"HE (Brezhnev) wants to see
the PLO a sovereign state, armed
with their own territory," Percy
said. "I feel that it should be in
federation with Jordan. It should
be like Japan and Germany, dis-
armed for offensive purposes for
at least 25 years and it must
recognize the rights of Israel to
exist, its sovereignty and to have
defensible borders.''
Those remarks elicited no
comment from any sources at the
time. Percy has come under fire
from American Jews in the past
for his views that Israel should
return to tis pre-June 1967
borders and deal with the PLO.
The Times reported that Percy
discussed his views with
Brezhnev, Soviet Foreign Minis-
ter Andrei Gromyko and Defense
Minister Dmitri Ustinov and that
they were the subject of Wat-
son's messages which were cir-
culated to the State Department,
the Pentagon, to Reagan's tran-
sition aides and on Capitol 11 ill
The Times said that Percy,
reached at this office, expressed
dismay at the release of the
cables because they were likely to
be misinterpreted.
"THESE ARE short-hand
statements," he was quoted as
saying. He nevertheless con-
firmed that he envisioned a
Palestinian federation with
Jordan that would retain a
defense force "like the Japanese
with no offensive capability," the
Times reported.
It quoted Percy a*> saying, "I
have always insisted that there
could never be a possibility of the
U.S. negotiating with the Pales-
tinians until the Palestinians
recognize the sovereignty of
Israel, the right of its people to
live in peace with sensible bor-
that he envisioned a Palestinian
Islamic Case for Jerusalem on Agenda
PARIS (JTA) Morocco's King Hassan and
Bangladesh President Ziaur Rahman will meet French
President Valery Giscard d'Estaing to present the
Moslem case for Jerusalem on behalf of the Islamic Con-
ference Al Qods. The Moslem delegation will meet other
West European leaders, including British Premier
Margaret Thatcher and West German Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt. The Al Qods conference represents 44
Moslem states.
Britain's Chief Rabbi
At Madrid Conference
Dr. Immanuel Jakobovits,
Britain's Chief Rabbi, flew
to Madrid to take up the
iissue of Soviet Jewry with
delegates to the conference
on European Security and
Cooperation. He will be
joining other European
Chief Rabbis who are
taking part in a prolonged
lobby of the conference
which is reviewing the ob-
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agreements' provisions on
human rights.
president of the Board of
Deputies of British Jews, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency on
his return that he had been sur-
prised by the insistence with
which one Western country after
another had been "laying into the
Russians" over human rights.
The Canadians had accused them
of using anti-Zionism as a cloak
for anti-Semitism.
Jewish leaders from France,
Belgium and Switzerland were
also in Madrid at the same tune.
The whole exercise, Janner said
was a tribute to the new spirit of
cooperation being shown by the
Jewish communities of Europe
under the combined pressures.of
resurgent anti-Semitism and the
Sab oil lobby. So^et Jewry
campaign leaders, including Rita
Ser. chairman of the British
^omen's Campaign for Soviet
Jewry, have also visited Madrid.
Planning the 1981 Hillcreat Israel Dinner of State to benefit the Israel
Bonds Organization are, from left, Tom Cohen, Chairman; Joseph
Raymond, South Broward Israel Bonds Chairman; honorees Susanne
and Bertram Mock and co-chairmen Milton Winograd and Benjamin
Bonds Honors Mocks
Bertram and Susanne Mock
will receive Israel's City of Peace
Award at the annual Hillcrest
Community-Hillcrest B'nai
B'rith Lodge Israel Dinner of
State, to be held in cooperation
with the Israel Bonds
Organization on Sunday, Jan. 11.
The announcement was made
by Joseph Raymond, Israel
Bonds South Broward Campaign
Chairman and Tom Cohen,
Dinner Chairman.
The Mocks have long been
active in Jewish communal af-
fairs and have played an active
role with the Jewish Federation
of South Broward and the Israel
Bonds Organization. Mock
served as chairman of the
Hillcrest Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign and is a
member of B'nai B'rith and ORT.
He is on the Board
of Directors of the Hill-
crest Country Club and has
been the recipient of the Wall of
Life Award from the American
Friends of the Hebrew
Mrs. Mock is a member of the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward and
the American Jewish Congress.
Special guest at the dinner will
be Robert Mayer Evans,
correspondent and former bureau
chief for CBS in Moscow.
Co-chairmen are Ben D.
Haiblum and Milton Winograd.
Ben Mishler is president of the
Hillcrest B'nai B'rith Lodge.

Ruth and Irving Serwitz (center) were presented with a limited edition
bust of former Israel Prime Minister Golds Meir. recognizing their
participation in the Israel Bonds Program and their induction into the
Israel Bond Century Club. The Century Club is comprised of members
whose bond purchases are at the highest levels. The presentation was
made by Tom Cohen, left, chairman of the 1981 Hillcrest Israel Bond
Dinner. At right is Milton M. Parson, Executive Director of the South
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