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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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Fred Shochet
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Hollywood, Fla

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

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^dent's New Year Message
Hashanah
ehalf of the Board of
|r8 of the Jewish
on of South Broward, I
extend to the entire
community our best
lor a healthy, happy and
bus new year.
year, the High Holy
re ushered in admidst a
fthat the coming year is
. of challenge, the year of
.he year of destiny, the
I decision, and so forth.
Lht be inclined to take the
l', "Same old
L.things never
[..always "this" coming
special. .Can't we ever
mantle of alarm which
hike a coat?"
I wish I could refute the above
and say that things will be better
m the coming year. But, at home
and abroad, I see problems which
appear to multiply in alarming
proportions.
Abroad, the threat to Israel
from ever-strengthening Arab
foes, bent on her destruction, is
greater and more real each
month. The PLO has grown in
strength from small time
terrorists, to a force with highly
sophisticated weaponry, and a
real army organization which
poses a threat to Northern Israel
that has not been lessened by a
flimsy ceasefire.
Israel's precision attack of the
Iraqi nuclear facility bought
time, and the admiration of her
few friends. Sadly, it did not
lessen the long-range threats to
Israel from her fanatical foes.
Israel has major economic,
political and social divisions
which also threaten the integrity
and vitality of the Jewish State.
These divisions will require our
total support to repair.
The flow of Jews from the
Soviet Union has gone from a
flood, two three years ago, to a
trickle, despite our efforts. Jews
in Iran, Syria, and Ethiopia still
live in terror, with little hope of
achieving freedom in the coming
year.
Anti-Semitism, especially in
Western Europe and South
America, is in the ascent today.
It is appalling to see Jewish
blood spilled outside of
synagogues in Vienna and Paris,
and swastikas desecrating
Jewish tombstones in our
cemeteries. Here at home, the
statistics of riainff numbers of
anti-Semitic incidents and
vandalism show an alarming
increase.
We are concerned about the
strength and depth of the U.S.
government's support for the
State of Israel. Sale of
sophisticated weaponry to the
Saudis is not only a threat to the
survival of Israel, but also to the
security of the United States. We
Continued on Page 4-A
Robert Pittell
?Jewish Floridlam
e
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
111 Number 19
Two Sections
Hollywood, Florida Friday, September 18,1981
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Price 35 Cents
men, Greenman Co-chair Super Sunday
(iolden and Brenda
in have been appointed
nen of the Jewish
Ion of South Broward's
unday. according to Saul
Ml), campaign chair-
) Sunday, which is set for
1982, is held in most
kities throughout the
] States. All over the
volunteers will make
Is of calls in an effort to
more people and raise
pney in a single day than
In.
In, who is the Executive
President of Riverside
Chapels, is the only
|n the country to serve on
Federation boards
neously.
Bent of the Central
for Jewish Education,
is a National Com-
er iif the Anti-Defamation
and National Vice
an for College Youth and
'for the Council of Jewish
lions.
ner clinical psychologist
linked States Army and in
practice, Golden is an
and director of several
Jues in Dade and Broward
IGreenman served as the
gn chairman of the
a Division last year and
past vice president of
lily education.
erves on the board of the
is Division, the Jewish
[ty Centers of South
and Jewish Family
a past recipient of the
pordon Young Leadership
very pleased that Al
and Brenda Greenman
cepted the appointments
er Sunday co-chairmen.
ath come to the position
tensive experience; Al
served as Super Sunday
n for the Greater Miami
Federation in 1981 and
having served as cam-
airman for the Women's
last year," Dr. Singer
en said he aspires to make
undav a happening. "I
day to be more
using event.
Alfred Golden
"By having everyone work
together, we will be able to
establish a feeling of belonging
in the South Broward Jewish
community,'' he explained.
Mrs. Greenman said, "I would
Brenda Greenman
like to make Super Sunday a day
when we reach out into the
community in order to bring
people together. We want
participation from every
organization and individual in
South Broward."
Leon Uris to Speak At
Jewish Heritage Celebration
Mr. Uris has had a fascinating
life. He was born in Baltimore in
1924. His father, William Uris.
A product of a broken home,
Leon Uris spent his boyhood in
Continued on Page 6-A
Sam Staff Appointed Chairman
Of Quadomain For 1982 Campaign
Organizer and administrator
are terms that fit Samuel Staff
exactly. A former administrator
in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Public School system, he has
been published in profession
journals on' Upgraded Systems of
Education. He was responsible
for the preparation, development
and implementation of system-
wide curriculum materials and
organizational policies, patterns
and designs related to pupil
placement. He has also served as
social director of a Pennsylvania
summer camp.
His interests in Jewish
communal affairs date back to his
leadership in B'nai B'rith.
Always, his concern for the
advancement of Jewish culture
and the strengthening of Jewish
life have given him personal
satisfaction. "One does not live
for oneself alone,"Sam believes.
As a member of the South
Broward community and a full-
fledged citizen, he has the
commitment, and now the time,
to devote to more volunteer
responsibilities.
Sam and his wife, Lillian, are
the parents of Dr. Bruce Staff, of
Kansas City, Kansas, and Robert
Sam Staff
Staff, an
Administrator.
Education
The Quadomain has always
been in the forefront of
humanistic endeavors, and now
under the direction and super-
vision of Sam Staff, a banner
year for the 1982 United Jewish
Appeal-Federation campaign is
assured.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Submit any material for publication in The Jewish Flori-
dian and Shofar of Greater Hollyood to:
Public Relations Department
Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida 33021
Phone: 921-8810
Any information regarding advertising should be directed
to:
Leon Uris
emigrated from Poland and Rus-
sia after World War I. The elder
Uris had spent a year as a pioneer
in Palestine en route to America.
The name, "Uris," is a derivative
of "Yerushalmi," which means
Jerusalemite. His mother, Anna
Blumberg, was born in Maryland
of Russian-Polish immigrant par-
ents.
Abraham B. Halpern, Advertising Supervisor
2500 E. Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Suite 707 G
Hallandale, Florida 33009
Phone: 454-0466
Any comments on editorial content should be directed to:
Fred K. Shochet, Editor and Publisher
120 NE 6th Street
Miami, Florida 33132
Phone: 373-4605


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofdr of Greater Hollywood
Frida
T.I
Women's Jewish Awareness Seminar
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's Divi-
sion's Committee for Jewish
Awareness is holding a seminar
in order to broaden women's
awareness of issues affecting
their lives.
The sessions will attempt to
answer questions and enlighten
their position as a Jewish woman,
concerned citizen and responsible
parent in today's contemporary
societv.
The sessions will be held on
seven consecutive Mondays from
9:15 to 11:16 a.m. beginning Oct.
19, according to Arlene Ray, vice
president, leadership develop-
ment.
Arlene Ray
The Oct. 19 session, which will
be held at the home of Arlynne
Women's Division
Shalom Party Oct. 3
The Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward will hold a Shalom
Party on Saturday, Oct. 3 at 8
p.m. at the home of Kayla Hersh,
chairwoman.
"The purpose of the Shalom
program is to welcome new-
comers to the community and
help them establish roots here,"
explained Florence Roth, vice
president, community education.
Members of the Shalom com-
mittee include Sharyn Baron,
Janie Berman. Meral Ehrenstein,
Marlene Fellen, Freyda Fellows,
Lillian Ginsberg, Joan Gross,
Perla Israel, Audrey Klein, Judy
Koch. Ada Nassi. Marilyn Neu-
man, Naomi Prever. Gertie Rich-
ter, Ellie Rickel, Janet Rubinger.
Marcia Schwartz, Beverly
Shapiro and Delly Weinberg.
Anyone interested in attending
the special Shalom party should
contact Lisa at the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward.
Monday. Oct. 5 marks the date
of the annual President's Council
luncheon, sponsored by the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
The 11 a.m. event will be held at
the Federation office.
Elaine Pitted will once again
serve as liaison for the
President's Council, according to
President's Council
Bobbie Levin, Women's Division
president.
The annual luncheon gives the
presidents of all South Broward
Jewish women's organizations to
meet and calendarize their up-
coming events.
Anyone interested should con-
tact Mary Anne at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Alexander, will feature Marilyn
Tallman as guest speaker dis-
cussing Baggage an experi-
ential exploration of Jewish atti-
tudes and practices we have in-
herited.
Abe Gittleson will discuss Is-
rael If I forget thee, 0 Jeru-
salem, it is because I do not
understand what I must remem-
ber, on Oct. 26 at the home of
Eileen Ross.
The Nov. 2 session will deal
with Parenting the roles and
responsibilities of parents and
children to each other. Under the
direction of Rabbi Robert Frazin,
the session will be held at the
home of Lila Demet.
Nov. 9 will be the session on
Currents a contemporary
account of the situation of World
Jewry, led by Meral Ehrenstein.
This session will be held at the
home of Lynda Wilentz.
Under the leadership of Gene
Greenzweig, a session will be held
on Nov. 16 dealing with the Jew-
ish American or American Jew
investigating the results of assi-
milation. This session will be held
at the home of Fran Haskin.
The Nov. 23 session, which will
be held at the home of Candy
Clark, will feature Dr. Helen
Fagin discussing Anti-Semitism
anti-Semitic behaviors both
inside and outside the Jewish
community.
Joyce Newman will discuss
Passages where do we go from
here? on Nov. 30 at the home of
Merle Orlove.
Janie Berman and Beverly
Shapiro are co-chairwomen of the
event, which has already been
closed with a membership of 50
people.
The Committee for Jewish
Awareness includes Arlynne
Alexander. Wendy Benjamin.
Candy Clark, Lila Demet. Lynn
Emmer, Esther Gordon. Joan
Gross, Susen Grossman, Fran
Haskin, Patti Kelrick, Audrey
Klein, Merle Orlove, Naomi
Prever, Joan Raticoff, Eileen
Ross, Cheri Rothschild, endy
Rubin, Maureen Schwartzberg,
Susan Singer and Lynda Wilentz.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Your Legislators
Congressman William Lehman
he fourth in a series on
'a Legislators. This in-
published as a service
islative Liaison Joan
irman of the Com-
lotions Committee.)
ntative William Leh-
iocrat, was elected to
ongress in 1972. He is
a member of the Ap-
Committee, sub-
on Foreign
i, Transportation and
jet of Columbia. Mr.
s now serving his fifth
he House of Represen-
Bsman Lehman was
[Alabama in 1913. He
I from the University of
with a Bachelor of
tins
bes
William Lehman
thaw Announces
Opposition to
AWACS Sale
Science degree in 1934. He also
took additional studies at Cam-
bridge University, University of
Edinburgh, Harvard University,
and Middlebury College. In 1963,
he earned a certification as a
teacher of high school English.
Mr. Lehman is also a longtime
businessman. He owned and,
until 1966, operated a used car
business. In 1966, the business
became known as William Leh-
man Buick.
Lehman won election to the
Dade County School Board in
1966, and was made Chairman
after his 1970 re-election. He re-
signed in 1972 to run for the Con-
gressional seat in the newly
created 13th District.
Mr. Lehman is a strong sup-
porter of Israel. He consistently
votes in favor of Foreign Assis-
tance Authorization Acts which
authorize military and economic
assistance to Israel.
Mr. Lehman most recently
signed the Lent-Long Resolution
of Disapproval which objected to
the proposed sale to Saudi Arabia
of AWACS and conformal fuel
tanks and air-to-air missiles for
the F-15 aircraft.
Letter to The Jewish Community of Vienna
"LETTER TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF VIENNA"
We, your brothers in the Jewish community of South Brow-
ard, Florida, wish to express our deepest sympathy in your
tragic loss of Ulrike Kohut and Lotan Fried in the terrorist
attack on your synagogue on August 30.
In times of joy, and in times of sorrow such as this, perhaps
you can find some solace in knowing that "We Are One." We, in
South Broward, share in your grief.
Very Truly Yours,
ROBERT S. PITTELL, M.D.
President,
Jewish Federation of South Broward
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last No other country
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^^ShnoSS Hollywood

A Reagan About-Face?
It is hard to second-guess what actually oc-|
curred during the discussions between Israel s Prune,
Minister Begin and'President Reagan last week. One
thing we know for sure, and that is that the auto-
nomy question played a principal and possibly even
hot role.
The GOP's hero of traditional conservatism.
U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona, the other day
went on record as supporting talks, not necessarily
recognition, with the Palestine Liberation Organiza
tion. We don't want to enter into any dispute ovei
the notion that talks are by definition de facto recog-
nition. Otherwise, whom are you talking to?
More pertinent to the point, in our view, is that
the Goldwater statement presages a Reagan Ad-
ministration about-face (yes, another one) on his
campaign position, repeated only recently, that the
PLO is a terrorist outfit.
It is not unlikely that the about-face was
inaugurated during the Reagan-Begin talks in
Washington last week. ^^^^^^
We Are Ready
Why is this second-guessing pertinent? Well,
because of the report in the West Germain daily,
Frankfurter AUgemeine Zeitung, which details PLOJ
Chief Yasir Arafat's role in the orchestration of the
growing incidence of violence in Europe, including:
the bombing late in August of a synagogue in Vienna i
that claimed the lives of two people and wounded 18.
The West German daily opines that Arafat is all'
for the escalation of terrorism because European
governments are now "psychologically ready" for'
new attacks against Jews there.
If what we believe to be true about a Reagan
Administration about-face on the PLO is in fact true,
then apparently the United States is also psycholo-
gically ready.
A Greater Fair Share
"From Generation Unto Generation" is the dra-
matic theme which will echo in 1,500 synagogues
throughout the United States and Canada during the
30th anniversary Israel Bonds High Holy Day
appeal this Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
The theme emphasizes the fact that a new
generation has grown up in the 30 years since the
founding of Israel Bonds, and that the tradition of
developing Israel's economy must be passed on to
the next generation.
Phillip Ratner, noted Jewish artist, has been
commissioned to create a special High Holy Day bas-
relief award which will be presented to participating
synagogues. Its theme is "David in Jerusalem."
The National Rabbinic Cabinet has set a goal of
$50 million for this year's synagogue appeals, the
largest ever for a High Holy Day effort by the Bond
Organization.
Last year, South Florida synagogues produced
more than $3 million in Bond sales through appeals
during the High Holy Days.
Hitting a Home-Run
The Union of American Hebrew Congregations,
the Reform synagogues' umbrella organization in the
United States, is to be congratulated for hosting
some 250 Black children from Atlanta at a summer
camp during the last week in August. The project
was part of Atlanta's "Safe Summer '81" campaign
to keep these children off the streets at a time when
so many of them have been victimized by still largely
unknown assailants.
Anything to help the kids. Also, anything to
help Black-Jewish relations when they have fallen to
such a low ebb and when reports suggest that Black
anti-Semitism is a growing phenomenon in the U.S.
~Jewish Floridian
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President's New Year Message]
Continued from Page 1-A
must speak out on these issues
and let our elected officials know
where we stand.
We are also concerned that
vital human services which we
seek to deliver to our people here
at home are compromised and
diminished by the budget
alterations of the Federal
government. We applaud
economy and efficiency in
government, but do not wish to
see our aged, or our children be
denied vital aid previously
delivered by us, and now
potentially no longer available.
In our own South Broward
community, we do not begin to
offer enough for our people. Our
Jewish Community Center is
exciting, viable and staffed by
wonderful, dedicated people.
However, space and funds
prevent it from offering the full
programming our entire com-
. munity from the Beach to the
West from young to old -
deserves.
Our aged are served only by a
few Center programs, some of |
which are in jeopardy as I in- ,
dicated above. We have access to ;
a few beds in Douglas Gardens in
Miami, but. by and large, we are
woefully deficient in providing
service for our seniors.
Jewish Family Service does an
outstanding job with their
limited budget and staff, but
demands on it far exceed its
capacity.
We support Jewish Education
with Day School subsidies,
funding for Jewish educational
programs, Hillel Foundations on
college campuses, special
education programs for children
with learning disablities (to touch
on a few areas where we have
infused funds.) But, we could
ana snouia ao much more in
these areas.
The obvious answer is to
expand our campaign, raise more
dollars, and in this way, meet our
obligations at home and abroad.
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Volume 11 Number 19
It sounds simple, but even in-
creasing our campaign still will
not meet all of our needs.
We need your involvement as
well as your dollars. We need
your support and your work. In
addition to campaigning for
money, come to the open forums,
hear our speakers, volunteer for
our committees, and be a real
part of our Federation family.
Join us on Missions to Israel,
come with us to Council of Jewish
Federations' General Assembly
meetings in November. Don't be
a passive, noninvolved giver.
Give of yourself, and find you will
take out something which defies
measure.
Despite the gloom that per-
meates portions of this message,
let us not be discouraged. Let
us press on with strength and
vigor to help us overcome. We
are united in purpose, and must
not allow our support ,w.
home and abroadJi*
fact, let our eZSS
reinforced a thousand
face 5742 united^1
as never before.
Interfaith Co,
The first general t
Interfaith Council of a.
HoUy wood will be held o,,
day, Sept. 24 at the F^|
Church of Hollywood j
The program will be led I,
Marie Danielle of Mad.
demy who will lead a (,,
on "How Interfaith Cm
the Lives of Protesum (
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page5-A
Perceiving Time Relation
By ELAINE PASEKOFF
"One of the things I cannot grasp ...is 'time relation At an
hour when Jews were being done to death at Treblinka exTerminatZ
Polish farms, five thousand miles away in New York, were sleeping or
eating or... worrying about the dentist ...The two orders 0f si
multaneous experience are so different their coexistence is so
us that others "did not'
, many were killed or
in the attack." At the
he funeral of the victims
outrage, Austrian.
fir Bruno Kreiflky had
ten to express his con-
I In fact, Kreisky
ly remarked after the
lat Israel's "impersonal
oward the Palestinians"
tly to blame for the
| attack.
I in Hannover arrested
neo-Nazis and sym-
Iduring an unauthorized
Ihe Nazis in that city in
Vust. Among those
pere six British soldiers
[in the "Rhein army" in
nany and one French
Irho participated in the
| was the first time the
[ soldiers serving in
Germany since the end of World
War I were arrested as neo-Nazi
activists.
Police said the soldiers and
French civilian were arrested to
protect them from angry anti-
Nazi demonstrators who clashed
with them. The neo-Nazis were in
Hannover for a meeting of an
organization called the "People's
Socialist Movement of Ger-
many." The participants at the
meeting ranged in ages from 17
to 52 and carried with them large
quantities of neo-Nazi
propaganda material.
They travelled from a room
decorated with a PLO flag and
other PLO materials to a
synagogue in Vienna's Jewish
quarter. Their actions un-
derscore the tragic reason we
must never downplay the idea of
"time relation."
On Saturday, August 29,
terrorists carried out a grenade
and shooting attack on a
synagogue in Vienna. Two
participants in the joyous oc-
casion of a young man's Bar
Mitzvah were murdered. The two
victims were a 68-year-old man
and a 25-year-old woman, who
witnesses said had shielded a
friend's child with her own body.
The two suspected terrorists
were identified as Husham
Mohannad Rajih, 21, an Iraqi,'
and Hassan Marwan. 22, an
Egyptian. The third Arab,
arrested in Rajih's apartment,
was identified as Mohsen Al
Azehour, a Syrian.
Police said Rajih, a student in
Austria who is accused of leading
the attack, said, "I did not care
how many were killed or wounded
in the attack. I wanted to
achieve a maximum result."
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The Jewish Floridianand Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Frida
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Septeab^
Israel Histadrut Holds
Conference Sept. 18-21
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Dedication of The Paul B. Anton Religious Schr,
The Israeli Histadrut Councils
of South Florida Inaugural Con-
ference will be held on the week-
end of Sept. 18-21 at the Konover
Hotel on Miami Beach.
In making the announcement,
Irving Gordon, executive
director, stated "officers and
members representing five
Histadrut Councils in South
Florida will attend the first of
what we hope will be annual
Campaign kickoff Conferences.'*
Joseph Walker, Council Pub-
licity director and, the Histadrut
regional offices at 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach are coordi-
nating Conference activities.
Plans call for a welcoming cock-
tail party to be followed by gen-
eral sessions and workshops on
Sept. 19 and 20. Social activities
aside from the welcoming cock-
tail party will also include a full
length motion picture, a Satur-
day night concert and farewell
dinner-dance on Sunday,
featuring an outstanding United
States Senator, as guest speaker.
Delegates from Greater Miami.
North Dade-Broward. Fort Lau-
derdale, Deerfield and Delray
Beach will actively participate in
discussions regarding the future
of Histadruts programs in the
Southeast. Each of the councils is
actively involved in the health,
education and social service pro-
grams of Histadrut in Israel.
Thanks to the councils and
concern of individual members,
six full clinics and 40 hospital
rooms have been dedicated
through Histadruts remarkable
health service Kupat Holim.
In the field of education area
councils have since the inception
of the Histadrut Scholarship
fund in 1957 sponsored hundreds
of annual and perpetual scholar-
Uris to Speak
Continued from Page 1-A
Norfolk, Baltimore, and Philadel-
phia. He flunked English three
times, and never graduated from
high school.
One month after Pearl Harbor,
Mr. Uris ran away to join the
Marine Corps. He was 17 at the
time of his enlistment. He saw
combat at Guadalcanal and
Tarawa, but was forced to return
to the States because of malaria,
dengue fever and recurring asth-
ma.
Mr. Uris had always wanted to
be a writer. His first break came,
however, when he sold an article
to "Esquire" in 1950. His first
book. Battle Cry, was published
in 1953.
In 1955, his second book The
Angry Hills was published. Soon
after this, he wrote the screen-
play for The Gunfight at OK Cor-
ral.
Mr. Uris had a large family on
his father's side in Israel. He was
quite eager to travel to Israel and
write a novel on the country. He
arrived in Israel in 1956, and
travelled over 12,000 miles inside
the country, conducting hun-
dreds of interviews, photo-
graphing, etc. Exodus was pub-
lished in 1958.
Exodus contained an account
of the Warsaw Ghetto which fas-
cinated Uris. He began tracking
down survivors of the ghetto.
The result was Mila 18.
Next he began working on the
book, Armageddon, on which he
conducted research in Germany
and the USSR. Topaz, his next
book, was published in 1967, Q.B.
VII, in 1970. and Trinity, in 1976.
Mr. Uris, and his wife Jill (a
talented photographer) worked
together on his latest book, Jeru-
salem, Song of Songs. The book
will be published by Doubleday,
and will become available in the
early fail.
ship for underprivileged children.
A number of councils, individ-
uals and supportive
organizations have dedicated full
vocational school departments in
a number of Histadrut Amal
schools throughout Israel.
As recently as June of this year
the Histadrut Women's Council
and Manuel Burstein family each
dedicated two story dormitory
buildings at Ruppin agricultural
college near Netanya.
The Conference promises to be
both informative and socially en-
tertaining. Anyone desiring
further information may contact
the Histadrut office at 531-8702
Dade 945-2248 Broward.
Jerry Raticoff. chairman and
Dr. Norman Wrubel, co-chair-
man, announce the Dedication of
the Paul B. Anton Religious
School of Temple Sinai to be held
on Sunday, Oct. 18 at noon. The
afternoon religious school is
being named after the late Paul
B. Anton, dedicated member of
Temple Sinai for 24 years, mem-
ber of the Board of Governors
and active community leader in
both Jewish and community-wide
causes.
Mr. Raticoff indicated that
Paul Anton had been involved in
teaching throughout his lifetime
and was particularly concerned
about the growth and develop-
ment of religious education in the
Jewish community. A successful
and prominent lawyer, he dedi-
cated much effort to assuring the
future welfare of the Jewish com-
munity. Dr. Wrubel, a long time
friend and associate announced
that friends and family have con-
tributed generously towards this
campaign in memory of Mr. An-
ton. He suggested that those
wishing to participate in this
noble endeavor should contact
him or Mr. Raticoff.
Maralyn Anton, the widow,
expressed on behalf of her family,
her pleasure at the generous out-
pouring which brought this proj-
ect to its fruition.
Participating in the Dedication
program will be Rabbi Seymour
Friedman, Rabbi Emeritus.
David Shapiro, Dr
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Prid*y.s^abfc
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I 4 4 I 1 lU I I If I
The!
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From left are Dr. Haifa and Nancy Brizel. Women's Division campaign chairman; ^
Samnar \ KayeV aiseathra director; Annette and Congressman Tom Lantoa, guest
speaker.
From left are Bobbie Levin, Women's Division president, Congressman Tom LuUh
and Marge Salt/man.
From left are Joyce Newman and Susan Singer.
From left are Dr. Saul Singer, campaign chairman; Susan Singer and CongremaJ
Tom Lantos.
From left are Dr Robert Pittell. president; Elaine Pittell and Mark I uUsman, g*]
speaker.
From left
Singer.
Jack Saltzman, Congressman Tom and Annette Lantoa and Dr. Saul

From left are Lewis and Ann Cohn and Annette and


JRV September 18,1961
the Boca Raton Hotel (August 28-30) was an
kend for all in attendance.
r Julius Levy), and on Planning (led by Les
j for the upcoming campaign. The speeches of
Jisman were highly interesting and emotional-
The Jewish Floridianand Shofar of Gretaer Hollywood
Page9-A
r special weekend:
YAD Plans Succoth Party Oct. 10
_- |_
I. .
Sn, guest speaker, Rabbi Herb Tobin and David Posnack.
The Young Adult Division of the
Jewish Federation of South
I Broward is making plans for a
Succoth Party, Saturday, Oct.
10th at the Jewish Community
Center of South Broward, 2838
| Hollywood Blvd.
"We are very excited about
this event," commented Co-
Chairman Sheldon Lefkowitz.
"It will give our membership a
chance to celebrate Succoth
together and have a nice social
evening as well," he concluded.
Rabbi Ben Romer of Temple
Beth El was instrumental in
j meeting with the Young Adult
{Division to help plan the
program. "Rabbi Romer was
terrific in helping us put our ideas
in order," commented Maria
Jaffe, a member of the YAD
Steering Committee.
Anyone interested in working
with YAD on the Succoth Party
is welcome to a meeting on
Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 7:30 at the
Jewish Community Center, 2838
Hollywood Blvd.
The first two of the three part
"Learn in" series dealing with
the High Holidays was attended
by more than twenty YAD
members. Leaders of the
sessions were Gene Greenzweig,
executive director of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe of Temple
Beth El and Rabbi Seymour
Friedman of Temple Sinai.
The members of the Young
Adult Division have been invited
to attend High Holiday services
at one of the local congregations.
Further information concerning
services and all YAD activities
may be obtained by calling the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, 921-8810 and ask for
Dr. Ira Sheier or Anita Lorenz.
\
ien Tom and Annette Lantos, Otto Stieber, Dr. Philip Levin,
7,
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rard Barron and Mark Talisman.
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Special
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Newly created volunteer tasks
await some special people with
special talents at Community
Hospital of South Broward. The
hospital is expanding its vol-
unteer staff and is recruiting new
volunteers to serve in areas such
as the medical library, emergency
room, and x-ray, Monday
through Friday during morning
or afternoon hours. Volunteers
with clerical skills or who enjoy
patient contact are also needed.
Come serve where your efforts
are appreciated! Each volunteer
gets a complimentary meal for
every shift worked and is invited
to participate in hospital-wide
functions. Service days and hours
are flexible. Contact Carol Bruno,
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
2JS*****..
Miami Federation to Receive Top Award From HIAS In New York
The Greater Miami Jew- j^fE AWARD is given in rec-
ish Federation will receive ignition of "notable humanitar-
the Zvi Hirsch Masliansky tan service in aid of refugees.
Award of HIAS, the He- migrants and others who were
u., Tm_;.o..+ \\A forced by political or economic
brew Immigrant Aid zonsxdliTit\L to seek new coun-
Society, at a dinner m New tries of residence." Previous win-
York City Sunday evening, ners of the honor have included
Sept. 20, it was announced William Rosenwald. Judge Mur
this week by Edwin Shap- JfJ _9"* nJE? ^P9*"1*
iro, HIAS president.
tive Emanuel Celler.
The dinner will follow a
meeting and reception of the
HIAS Board of Directors at the
Minskoff Cultural Center, 164
East 68th St. Also to be honored
at the event is Michael Novak,
U.S. representative to the UN
Human Rights commission, who
will receive the HIAS Liberty
Award. It will be presented by
Ambassador Jeane J. Kirkpat-
rick, permanent U.S. representa-
tive to the UN. Chairing the din-
ner will be Judge Betty W. Eller-
in.
HIAS, which has resettled
more than four million Jews since
its founding 101 years ago, is
beneficiary of the United Jewish
Appeal, the UJA-Federation of
Greater New York, and Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
across the country.
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The presentation will
mark the first time since
the award was established
ten years ago that it will be
given to an entire commu-
nity, rather than to an indi-
vidual.
The selection of the Miami
Federation "reflects our ad-
miration for the magnificent
response performed with the
highest standards of profession-
alism of Miami's Jewry to the
influx of Cuban refugees and
other uprooted persons." Shapiro
said in announcing the award.
HE NOTED that the Miami
Federation helped care for and
resettle more than half of the
HIAS-assisted 2,781 non-Jewish
Cubans who arrived in the United
States from Mariel in 1980. He
added that most of those aided
were cases of family reunion,
"because HIAS felt they repre-
sented the most urgent humani :
tarian needs."
Harry A. Levy, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, will accept the award from
Shapiro.
The Masliansky Award, a
framed scroll, was established by
the late Dr. Harold M. Weinberg.
a HIAS vice president, to honor
the memory of his father-in-law,
who was a funding member of the
worldwide migration agency.
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he long, hot summer is nearly
Don't let the outdoor
eratures fool you. Summer
brations are now heart-
ning memories.
July. Eunice Rosen planned
thdiiy luncheon for popular
:e Levine. She invited Gussie
He, Sally Liebenthal. Jane
Ethel Avidan. Gladys
nan, and Sue Spiegel to
at the fashionable Miami
lurant, Food Among The
\ers.
veral South Broward couples
rved their 25th wedding
versaries and received hearty
gratula'.ions.
t Bob and Elaine Pit tell cele-
H the occasion in Mexico
They toured the interesting
Ls and enjoyed many great
\g experiences. In honor of
Pittels Fang and I joined
friends Dr. Joe and Selma
fn. Myron and Charlotte
Be. Herb and Ellie Katz to
td good wishes at a sumpt-
fdinner at Le Dome.
and Kay Terl were trie de-
I recipients of a vacation in
rort. Bahama as an anniver-
gift from their thoughtful
Steven, a third year U. of Miami
Law School student came home
for the weekend. Alan, who had
been working for IBM during the
summer had not yet returned to
California for his senior year at
Stamford. Robert is a freshman
at the U. of Florida and osten-
sibly came home to attend the
Florida vs. U. of Miami football
game with his younger brothers
Larry and Danny. Daughter Nina
flew in from New York where she
has been working since gradua-
tion, and that was the biggest
surprise of all for Wally and
Phyllis. Nina had spent the day
hidden at Dr. Al and Florence
Rosenthal's.
Longtime friends Dr. Lee and
Marion Eggnatz, Andy and
Brenda Greenman, Dr. Lou and
Natalie Joblove, Mel and Gloria
Friedman, Sonny and Betty
Finkelstein were among the close
friends at the party. A table
laden with homemade delicacies
was a highlight of the evening.
The sweet table was fabulous.
Everyone sampled Carol Mor-
genstein's superb chocolate
mousse. No one could resist the
delicious homemade pastries
baked by Judy Glazer, Estelle
Podis, JoAnn Katz and Sandy
Kellner.
The evening was a lot of fun
and provided a meaningful time
to reminisce with good friends
who have spent over twenty
years in our community.
Mazel Tov to Rabbi Herb and
Nancy Tobin and their new little
son, Benjamin William. Since
coming to town, the Tobins have
made many friends through his
association with our Jewish Fed-
eration.
Congratulations to Larry
Morse and Elise Willens. They
are engaged to be married in Feb-
ruary. Larry is the son of Leon
and Barbara Morse and Elise is
the daughter of Dr. Shelly and
Libby Willens.
Periodontist Lee Eggnatz and
wife Marion and dentist George
and Roby Kline have been good
friends for many years. They now
share good news. Their children
Steven Eggnatz and Amy Kline
are engaged and will marry in
November.
On August 30, Sandra Sutta,
daughter of Bernard and Roz
Sutta became the bride of
Richard Brusca in New York.
Sandra's brother Elliot, his wife
Betty, and four year old ring-
bearer, Jen son Sutta, took part in
the simcha. The bride and groom
are honor graduates of American
University Law School. They will
live in Manhattan and are associ-
ated with New York law firms.
Lou and Ann Cohn and grand-
son Gary are home after two
months in Israel. Living in Jeru-
salem for a month was an especi-
ally meaningful experience that
young Gary and his wonderful
grandparents will long
remember.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
F^y.Septea^,
Pre-High Holiday Services and Events g Raymond Named To
Dr. Samuel Meline. chairman
of the Chaplaincy Committee and
Rabbi Harold Richter. Director of
Chaplaincy of the Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward have an-
nounced that pre-Hih Holiday
Services will be held at most of
the institutions of the South
Broward area. Also, a High Holi-
day Prayer Booklet will be dis-
tributed to Jewish patients in
hospitals, nursing homes, mental
institutions and the women's
prison. The institutions are urged
to serve traditional Rosh Has-
hanah dinners on Rosh Hashanah
Eve, Monday, Sept. 28.

The foDowing institutions are
planning to hold pre-High Holi-
day Services: Biscayne Medical
Center, Community Hospital of
South Broward, Hollywood
Medical Center, Dania Nursing
Home, Golfcrest Nursing Home.
Hallandale Rehabilitation
Center. Hollywood Hills Nursing
Home, Washington Manor
Nursing Home, Willow Manor
Retirement Center, R & R Guest
Home, South Florida State Hos-
pital and the Broward Correc-
tional Institution.
4n addition to the above insti-
tutions High Holiday Prayer
Booklets will be also distributed
at Doctors Hospital. Memorial
Hospital and Pembroke Pines
General Hospital.
The services will be conducted
by the Chaplain, Rabbi Richter.
who will be assisted by various
members of the volunteers of the
Chaplaincy Service. Mrs. Lillian
Glasson of the Hallandale Chap-
ter of Women's B'nai B'rith will
chair the collation served for the
Chapel Service at the South Flor-
ida State Hospital. Sheila Kolod
will assist at the Geriatrics and
Children's Division. Sarah
Brackis will be in charge of re-
freshments at the Broward Cor-
rectional Institution.
TEMPLE SINAI
Temple Sinai will hold Selichot
Services at midnight. Sat. Sept.
19.
A Chaverim Celebration will
begin the evening at 9 p.m. with a
Dessert Supper.
At 10 p.m. they will join the
congregation for a "Learnin"
with Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
spiritual leader of Temple Sinai,
which will be followed by Cantor
Robert Ungar who will teach the
congregation special melodies in
connection with the holiday. At
11:30 pjn. the congregation and
Chaverim members will join to-
gether for the Torah Mantle
changing ceremony. At mid-
night, the Selichot Service will
begin. At 1 a.m. the service will
be followed by refreshments.
Schedule of Rosh Hashanah
services: Begin Monday evening.
Sept. 28 at 7:15 p.m.: Tuesday
morning. Sept 29 at 8 p.m. and
then again at 7:15 p.m. and
Wednesday morning at 8 a.m.
Services for Kol Nidre begins
Wednesday evening. Oct. 7 at
6:45 p.m. and Yom Kippur will
take place Thursday morning,
Oct. 8 at 8 a.m.
TEMPLE SOLEL
Honor the men in your lives by
attending the Bar-B-Q and Mens'
Fashion Show sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Temple Solel at
Emerald Hills Country Club on
Saturday. Sept. 19 at 6:30 p.m.
Reservations may be made by
calling the Temple office 989-
0205.
A dessert reception will be held
on Saturday. Sept. 19 at Temple
Solel 5200 Sheridan St. at 11 a.m.
to be followed by the Selichot
Services at midnight to usher in
the High Holiday season.
On Wednesday. Sept. 23, the
Brotherhood will feature Chuck
Dowdle. Sportscaster of Channel
10 as guest speaker at a dinner.
Call the Temple office (989-0205)
for time and place.
The grand People of Temple
Solel announce a wine and cheese
party to be held at the Temple on
Thursday. Sept. 24 at 7:30 pm. to
welcome new and old members
for an evening of congeniality.
Celebrate 5742
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Israel Bonds Cabinet
Hillcreat resident Joseph Ray-
mond was named to the national
Campaign Cabinet of the State of
Israel Bonds Organization. The
announcement was made by Sam
Rothberg of Peoria, III., who
serves as the Israel Bonds Na-
tional Chairman.
Raymond currently serves as
the Israel Bonds Chairman in
South Broward County and over-
sees all phases of the campaign
within organizations, synagogues
and hi-rises.
Long active in Jewish com-
munal affairs in New Jersey and
South Broward, Raymond served
as an Israel Bonds Chairman in
Teaneck and was also on the
United Jewish Appeal Cabinet.
He is a prime mover in the Hill-
crest Jewish Federation of South
Broward's UJA and Israel Bonds
campaign, is a member of the
B'nai B'rith President's Club, the
ZOA and the Jewish War
Veterans.
Joseph Raymond
Raymond is a member d fcl
Israel Bonds Prime Minmt,
Club and has been honored bj4
ZOA and Brandeis Univenity.
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ie Jewish Floridian andShoft^ofGreatenioUywood
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llandale Jewish Center Adult Program
Hallandale Jewish Center,
jE. 8 Ave., announces the.
pg of its 1981-82 program of
Jewish Education on Mon-
' Nov. 2. The following
i are being offered during a
ek session, ending on
,25,1982.
Mondays
,, Beginners' Hebrew
actor to be announced).
a, Shabbat Prayers
uctor to be announced);
nediate Hebrew Conver-
Mr. Meyer Hirsch, in-
p.m. Talmud Class Rabbi
flein, instructor.
,.m. Bible Claas Rabbi
Jein. instructor.
Wednesdays
jn. Advanced Hebrew
creation Dr. Sidney I.
son, instructor.
Thursdays
(First Semester)
Judaism Rabbi Avrom L.
instructor; (Second
uteri Yiddish Conversation
Jacob Danziger, leader.
Bat Mitzvah Claas
enough ladies register, this
| will be organized and led by
i Carl Klein. Those who did
ave (or took) advantage of
pportunity to participate in
inspiring and meaningful
ous ceremony in their youth,
^rged to sign up. This is a
that is sweeping the coun-
ind is to be highly com-
!C Singles
Jewish Community Center
|es of Hollywood (ages 35-55)
hold their next program on
day evening, Sept. 21 at 8
at the Jewish Community
ers of South Broward, 2838
Kwood Blvd.
Patrick Puccio of Shell
ors will show a film on and
various wines, and there
be a wine and cheese tasting
articipants.
uturc programs include a lee-
and open discussion on
Ineliness" by Dorothy
hstein, M.S. on Monday
ling, Oct. 5 and a movie night
ct. 19.
programs are held at the
sh Community Centers of
th Broward at 8 p.m.
ranee fees are $1.50 for mem-
and $2.50 for non-members
he Jewish Community Cen-
| Singles of Hollywood.
further information, con-
| Judy Glazer at 921-6511.
mended. Time schedule will be
set up later, but registration
must be taken care of now.
Special Lecture Series
Once each month during the
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The Jewish Floridion and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
J^SeptJIJP
1 Community Relations Committee|
Jewish Federation of South Broward
^Update
The first Community Relations
meeting of the 1981-82 year will
be held on Thursday. Sept. 24 at
7:30 p.m. at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center. 2838 Hollywood
Blvd.
Elaine Bloom, newly appointed
Governmental Affairs Represen
tative of 11 Jewish Federations
throughout the state of Florida,
will be the guest speaker.
She will detail the effects that
the Reagan Administration's
budget cuts will have on Federa-
tion programs and the efforts
that she will be making on behalf
of Federations in Tallahassee tc
see that the impact of the budget
cuts are minimized.
Information is the lifeline of
the '80s. Information dissemina-
tion is what the CRC"s Speakers
Bureau is all about.
CRC*s role is to inform the
Jewish community concerning
local, national and world affairs.
Conflict in the Mideast .
anti-Semitism in the USSR .
the Arab boycott... the UN.
You read about these issues.
You talk about them. But do you
know the facts you need to take
an informed stand? Do you know
the best ways to channel your
concern into constructive action?
The member organizations of
CRC are involved with these
issues every day. Now. you have
the opportunity to hear about the
Issues from informed, articulate
community leaders and experts
through the CRC Speakers
Bureau.
For CRC's work to succeed, the
Jewish community must be well
informed. CRC can define the
issues, provide a forum and coor-
dinate activity. But, CRC's
efforts are effective only when
people at the grassroots level un-
derstand the issues and act on
them.
Another goal of the CRC's
Speakers Bureau is to promote
understanding between the
Jewish community and other re-
ligious, racial and ethnic groups.
Providing effective and articulate
speakers strengthens this
dialogue.
CRC speakers are volunteers.
each combining first-hand fami-
liarity with the issue and a broad
perspective on community life.
Speakers offer educational, in-
formational and interpretive pre-
sentations, using audio-visual
materials, where possible, in a
clear and interesting manner,
including both current develop-
ments and historical background
material.
Joe Kleiman is chairman of the
CRC Speakers Bureau.
For additional information on
the Speakers Bureau, call the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Please make requests at least
four weeks in advance of the date
required.
ACTION ALERT
Administration Action
on the AWACS
Shortly after Labor Day, the
Keagan Administration is ex-
pected to send notification to the
Congress of its plans to sell
AWACS and the F-15 offensive
enhancements to Saudi Arabia.
This multi-billion dollar arms
package is anticipated to include
five AWACS. seven jet refueling
tankers. 62 pairs of fuel pods for
the Saudis yet to be delivered F-
15s and 1,200 advanced Sidewin-
der Missies.
A majority of both houses of
Congress, including Senators
Paula Hawkins and Lawton
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While opposition has forced
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postpone submitting the sale to
Congress, it is expected that an
intense lobbying effort will ac
company its submission in the
weeks ahead. President Reagan's
recent legislative victories have
shown him to be an able and per-
suasive leader, and considerable
pressure on members of Congress
can be expected.
Recommended Action
A continuous flow of letters
should be sent to Senators Haw-
kins and Chiles, thanking them
for their opposition to the arms
package, and urging them to con-
tinue it.
Letters should also be sent to
Rep. Shaw, thanking him for his
cosponsorship of Long-Lent Res-
olution of Disapproval. Letters to
Rep. Shaw should also urge him
to maintain a strong stance of
opposition.
Only a large volume of mail to
our Congressmen wfll insure de-
feat of the expected lobbying
efforts of the Administration for
the passage of the Saudi Arms
package.
Letters should be sent by indi-
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, September 18,1981
The JeuAsh'FWMian and ShofarofO^titerM^ihotid
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Soviet Jewry Update
IINEV Aharon Mun-
frefusenik since 1978, was
called to the local pro-
9 office and interrogated
hours- Munblit reported
(he recognized his in-
Itor as a KGB agent, who
fcned him with charges of
| because of his alleged ties
jigers and information he
pposedly given them.
|>lit asked for the interro-
be recorded, which was
A further request for a
to be present was also
with the assertion that
"an informal con-
requiring no wit-
The interrogator then
Bed Aharon, declaring
ad of going to Israel, he
go in the "opposite
|n"
Munblit complained
Ithe illegally of the in-
Ttion. He received a
i response from the procu-
*hich said: "Your com-
tras checked and rejected.
. j invited to testify on the
f organizing groups which
live in violating public
[We did not find any
Ay in the interrogator's
pr "
names of Vladimir Tsuker-
nd Osip Lokshin were not
ned during the question-
he two refuseniks are pre-
fbeing held in a Kishinev
, while investigations con-
nto charges of their alleged
Jizalion of, or active partic-
in. group action which
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NORTH BROWARD
i BETH ISRAEL 7100 W. Oak-
|Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
i A Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
[ Reform.
\C JEWISH CENTER. 9106
I St Conservative. Rabbi Israel
erman.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th St.
ervative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
y Joseph Wichelewski.
PEMBROKE PINES
BETH EMET. Pines Middle
Ql 200 NW Douglas Rd.,
Reform. Rabbi Bennet
nspon.
i IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
|Hollywood. Conservative. Rab-
irnard P. Shoter.
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ATION JEWISH CONGREGA-
p. 400 S. Nob. Hill Rd. Rabbi
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tiger
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pman
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Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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| Conservative. Rabbi Morton
ky. Cantor Irving Gold.
LEV! YITZCHOK. OR-
Dx Rabbi Raphael Ten
aus 1504 Wiley St.
1 SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Con-
Wive. Rabbi Seymour Friedman.
Emeritus David Shapiro.
I Robert Ungar
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Fla. 33021. Liberal
Rabbi Robert P. Frazln.
p Michael Kyrr.
ISRAEL OF HOU.YWOOO-
UUDERDALE 3291 Stirling
Orthodox. Rabbi Edward
violate public order," arising
from a protest march on May 30.
MOSCOW On Aug. 14, Vik-
tor Brailovsky's appeal was
heard by the Supreme Court of
the RSFSR, which upheld the
conviction and sentence of five
years' internal exile imposed by a
lower court on June 18/- Viktor
must now endure the notorious
prisoner transport into exile. The
place of his banishment will not
be known for some weeks.
MADRID Phase II of the
Madrid Review Conference,
devoted to the consideration of
new proposals and the drafting of
a concluding document, eneded
on July 28 with inconclusive
results. The participating states,
unable to work out differences on
the remaining issues dividing
East and West, resolved to take a
break for the remainder of the
summer. The meetings will
resume on Oct. 27 and are ex-
pected to last until mid-Decem-
ber, by which time it is hoped a
substantive and balanced con-
cluding document will have been
adopted.
In a speech at a closed session,
Ambassador Max M. Kampel-
man, chairman of the U.S. dele-
gation, said that the Soviet
Union was pursuing a "general
pattern of aggression and in-
timidation" around the world
that made progress in the confer-
ence hall impossible. He cited in-
tervention in Afghanistan and
said the Soviet Union had sys-
tematically violated the provi-
sions of the 1975 Helsinki agree-
ments on detente and human
rights, which this conference was
called to review.
Soviet Jewish emigrants who
have not been specifically
referred by the Jewish Agency."
The Jewish Agency was
motivated to take its action for
fear that the "dropout" phenom-
enon was threatening the entire
emigration movement. More than
85 percent of Soviet Jews arriv-
ing in Vienna on Israeli in-
vitations are now going to coun-
tries other than Israel. They be-
lieve that the Soviet authorities'
recent cut back in emigration is
linked to this fact and that if the
"drop-out" continues, they might
discontinue emigration altogeth-
er.
HIAS rejects this view. Its
leadership stated that American
policy "has always been and will
continue to be that Soviet Jewish
refugees arriving in Vienna
should have freedom of choice
with regard to where they wish to
resettle."
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Floridian
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 18,1981 Section B
On Rosh Hashanah
Our thoughts tuwi to ppayeR anO Jewish SurvivaI
AT THE approach of Rosh Hashanah, our
(oughts turn to prayer itself, its meaning to us
[jews and its value in Jewish survival. In dip-
hg through basic Jewish classics, I find that
fen the great philosophers, theologians and reli-
i)us leaders and spokesmen probe the meaning
[prayer, and come up with different concepts.
We all stand in judgment before God during
> High Holy Days and, of course, we pray, both
[individuals and as members of a community
for forgiveness. Abraham Joshua Heschel, in
plan's Quest for God," tells us the following:
"IT IS not safe to pray alone. Tradition
Lists that we pray with, and as a part of, the
bnmunity; that public worship is preferable to
gvate worship."
Then he added, "Those who cherish genuine
aver, yet feel driven away from the houses of
jrship because of the sterility of public worship
I > Hill
U II Sill
today, seem to believe that private prayer is the
only way.
Yet, the truth is that private prayer will not
survive unless it is inspired by public prayer. The
way of the recluse, the exclusive concern with
personal salvation, piety in isolation from the
community is an act of impiety.''
PERHAPS these words, clearly and plainly
enunciated, explain why Jews, sometimes in-
different to synagogue attendance during the rest
of the year, fill their houses of worship during the
MNNMHIIIIIimilllttllMIUIIIIIIIIIIMIIItinitHIIIIHM
Blast of the Shofar
its Souno is the CenteRpieee of the high holy day
By CHAIM BERMANT
SLAST!
One sound, and we all come to life, even those
us who have been in ahul since the service
egan which, on Rosh Hashanah, can be as early
36:30am.
,, There can be no doubt that the tekiat shofar
the center piece of the festival, for, apart from
Sla* el8e, the one part of the service
fmch we can all understand. One doesn't have to
! able to read only to hear, for its very sound
oclaims its purpose. It is a clarion call, the
Pnon call.
The Rambam defined its message in the fol-
f^ing terms:
Awake, O sleepers, from your sleep. O Slum-
jerers, arouse ye from your slumbers and
gamine your deeds, repent and remember your
yfutor.
W hich is perhaps why we begin blowing the
polar a month before Rosh Hashanah so that,
when the festival comes, we should already be set
on the road to improvement.
THERE IS no doubt that, properly blown,
the shofar can have a significant impact on even
the most desiccated soul. It can and, indeed
should awaken the dead, for according to
tradition it will sound at the end of days to signal
the resurrection. But, in fact, very few baalei
tekiah have the skills necessary for their job, even
where they have the wind.
In the Glasgow synagogue which I attended,
tekiat shofar was a time of high drama. The
elderly president had a chazaka and baal tekiah,
and whenever he put the instrument to his lips, an
expectant hush descended on the assembly
which is to say, they all expected him to fluff it;
and fluff it he did, though he huffed and he puffed
till he was blue in the face.
The junior warden then tried, with much the
same effect; then the financial representative, the
rabbi, the first reader, the second reader, and so
on, all the way down to the shammos, who was in
fact no better, than the rest, but it was felt by
then the shofar had been duly sounded, if only in
aggregate, and they continued with the service.
THE ONLY shofar virtuoso in Scotland was
my late father, of blessed memory, but on Rosh
Hashanah he preferred to pray in a shtibl. I have
inherited something of his skill, and pack up my
shofar in my old tallit bag, and smile, smile,
smile, but nobody asks me to play.
The shofar began life as a musical instrument
and was used in the Temple service together with
the trumpet. The trumpets were of silver, but the
shofar could be made out of any of a variety of
horns, including sheep, goats, antelopes and
gazelles, though the shofar used on Rosh
Hashanah must be a ram's horn because of the
connection between the festival and the binding
of Isaac (who was, of course, saved from sacrifice
through the timely appearance of a ram with its
horns caught in a thicket).
We first hear of the shofar in Exodus and
Continued on Page 2
Days of Awe.
Dr. Heschel made another penetrating point
about Judaism, and relates it to prayer in com-
munion with others:
"Judaism is not only the adherence to par-
ticular doctrines and observances but primarily
living in the spiritual order of the Jewish people,
the living in the Jews of the past with the Jews of
the present.
"Judaism is not only a certain quality in the
souls of the individuals, but primarily the exist-
ence of the community of Israel. It is not a
doctrine, an idea, a faith, but the covenant be-
tween God and the people. Our share in holiness
we acquire by living in the Jewish community. s
What we do as individuals is a trivial episode;
what we attain as Israel causes us to become a
part of eternity."
IN THIS striving for eternity, in this desire
for unity with one's own people. Jews gather to-
gether on Rosh Hashanah when they cannot =
seem to find the time to come together on other =
holidays and pray. Thus, "the Jew does not
stand alone before God." according to Dr.
Heschel. "It is as a member of the community
that he stands before God."
Nevertheless, prayer is also an individual
phrased by Martin Buber. clarified the
significance of personal prayer in these poetic
words:
"Let everyone cry out to God and lift up his
heart to Him, as if we were hanging by a hair and =
a trumpet were raging to the very heart of heaven
so that he did not know what to do, and he had
almost no more time left to cry out. And in truth
there is no counsel and no refuge for him to save
to remain alone and to lift up his eyes and his
heart to God and to cry out to Him. One should
do this at all times, for a man is in great danger in
the world." 2
"A man is in great danger in the world ..."
and if man the Jew recognizes himself as
part of his people, then man cannot but be
anxious not only about himself but his people.
THIS IS why the Jew responds to the call of =
his fellow Jew everywhere in the world and why
Kol Yisrael Chaverim all Jews are Brothers.
Besides prayer in the synagogue both the
private and the public act what can we, as
Jews, pray for (as representatives of an entire
people) as we face the challenge of the New Year?
We can, and must, of course, pray for world
peace.
The Hebrew Prophets, fierce and demanding
as they were, understood that peace was primary
if there was to be progress in the world. In the
words of the Prophets do we find the most elo-
quent disposals for peace as is inherent in our
faith that we pray for and seek peace.
Other religions conquered by the sword, and
left trails of death, bloodshed and massacre in
their wake. This is foreign to the Jew. It has been
peace, not the sword for the Jew.
AND EVEN today, as the Jewish State of
Israel prays for peace, calls for peace sessions
with adamant and war-like enemies, the weapons
of the Jewish State are collected and purchased in
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Jewish SurvivaI
Continued from Page 1
the devout hope that they never will be utilized.
And so, as we pray this Rosh Hashanah for
individual souls and for Jewish souls all over the
world, we also pray that Israel remain secure and
be permitted to develop its cities, its soil and its
industry.
We must pray, too, for a continuation of the
partnership between the Jews of Israel and the
Jews of the United States, who represent the
greatest community, in numbers, of Jews in the
world.
It is possible, as the years stretch across this
decade, that the two Jewries will, sometimes,
misunderstand one another and will not always
speak the same language or see eye to eye on
critical matters. But the commonality of interest
ties us together in an unbreakable bond and we
must pray that it remains so.
WE MUST, therefore, pray that the Ameri-
can Jewish community deepens and extends
Jewish education in the United States an edu-
cation that is not superficial, an education that
sticks to the heart, soul and mind of the Jew, so
^t. in the years ahetd. Jews will continue to
recognize one another and help one another.
"A man is in great danger in the world ..."
Indeed, so is the Jew. And as he prays, in the
common language of Hebrew, and observes the
High Holy Days simultaneously with other Jews,
so shall he feel solidarity with his own people, as
an individual and as a member of the large Jewish
community.
Blast of the ShopM: Centeppiece of the high holy toys
Continued from Page 1
Levitcus as a portent of great and good events,
such as the giving of the Torah and the proclama-
tion of the jubilee year. The sound of the shofar,
properly blown, is inherently jubilant, and I
cannot understand how it came to acquire funere'.
connotations.
I SUPPOSE, in common with much that is
melancholy in our traditions, they are the
products of exile, for if the shofar as heard in the
Bible generally has a cheerful and stirring note, in
the Talmud it becomes lachrymose, and it came to
be used for funerals and fasts and exorcisms and
excommunications. It also acquired a practical
lunclion and was used by the town crier to herald
iIh' approach of the Sabbath.
It was Rabbi Shlomo Goren who restored the
shofar to its original use when he sounded a tri-
umphant tekiah gedolah to celebrate the re-
unification of Jerusalem in 1967. Unfortunately,
he hasn't stopped blowing it since.
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Temple Beth
Shalom News
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3-B
Arthur Marcus Named South Broward
Israel Bonds Director
Beth Shalom an-
exciting Religious
r for 1981-82.
ernoon after school
School program has
pli'U'ly revised and re-
This was a decision
tie Board of Education
iple in order to make
more appealing .
. and long lasting.
dement this program,
pi. has engaged Itta
Religious School
jvitz is
jate <>f Kent State Uni-
^nd College of Jewish
Bachelor of Fine Arts
ster of Hebrew Litera-
srrvrd as Religious
ervisor in Cleveland
I in the Public School in
Sary departments
II add a new dimension
Kgious School of Temple
fclom. introducing He-
[ Art with great empha-
nversation. prayers and
pgram has been devised
! Morton Malvsky. Spir-
(!.: of Temple Beth
consonance with our
Leon Weiss berg, and
J
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trandeis
Book
lllection
and Neighbors! The
Bd Chapter of Brandeis
Women's Committee is
sking for your usual
ly m donating books for
ling annual bookfest sale
I are book lovers like our-
bur shelves are probably
with fully digested
*ny not give them to us
Ithers can share your en-
|of them. Then in March
be albe to browse
I our new collection and
J" at prices you will be
Phamed to pay.
now all the proceeds go
prehase of new materials
Te of the students at the
Libraries. Those books
t sell will be sent to local
P. juvenile detention cen-
fne like.
fness is giving pleasure
". think of what your
accomplish. You enioy
|nte them to ua, we sell
* "joy. nd so often
* books find their way
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era will be happy to
lour hard back andpaper
, children's books, art
* books and sheet
pawiUgiveyouataxde-
PyourdonaUon.
Hw these ladies for the
*" Rea Kutell 454-6472
yra Jacobs 454 0081.
Director of Early Childhood,
Shirley Cohen ... and was
presented to the Board of Edu-
cation for approval last year. The
Board of Education is chaired bv
Mrs. Ellie Katz and Dr. Fred
Blumenthal.
The program will consist of
Religious School sessions for
most students one day a week for
a two and a half hour span. In ad-
dition, they will spend two hours
every Saturday morning in
studies and prayer; and once
every five weeks a Jewish Living
weekend will be held where the
students will be involved with
Jewish teachings and Jewish
learning. Classes begin Sunday
August 30
From all indications, this ap-
pears to have great merit and
promise for a highly successful
program.
For further information, please
call Itta Abovitz at 966-2200.
Arthur M. Marcus has been
named Executive Director of the
newly created South Broward
State of Israel Bonds Organiza-
tion, according to Campaign
Chairman Joseph Raymond. The
South Broward Campaign was
previously connected with the
Miami area Israel Bonds office.
Raymond noted that because
of the tremendous growth of the
South Broward community and
the potential for sales of Israel
Bonds, the Bond Organization in
New York decided to create an
independent campaign headed by
Marcus.
"We are fortunate that Arthur
Marcus has been chosen to lead
our efforts," Raymond said, "be-
cause he has vast experience in
fund-raising and the financial
field and is thoroughly familiar
with all areas of this com-
munity."
Marcus most recently served
He was associated with the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward as a Campaign Asso-
ciate, Director of Allocations and
Director of Legacies and Endow-
ments.
Prior to his settling in Florida,
Marcus was, for more than two
decades, president of the West
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pany in Union, New Jersey. He
has been active with numerous
Jewish oriented groups since his
youth and had leadership roles
with Temple Beth El in Cranford,
New Jersey, the Jewish Federa-
tion of Central New Jersey and
Temple Sinai in Hollywood. He is
a member of B'nai B'rith.
Marcus resides in North Miami
Beach with his wife Rhoda.
Arthur Marcus
as Acting Director of the Greater |
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and prior to that was an Israel
Bonds Field Representative in
the South Broward area.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Fridav
U.S. Disagrees With Them
But Officials Keep Slapping at Begin
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The State De-
partment has stressed that
it did not agree with the as-
sertion by a retiring U.S.
Ambassador that peace
could not be achieved in the
Middle East as long as Pre-
mier Menachem Begin re-
mains in office.
Department spokesman Dean
Fischer said that Talcott Seelye
was "not speaking for the Ad-
ministration" when he made his
statements in Damascus just
prior to leaving his post as U.S.
Ambassador to Syria. "He was
reflecting his own personal
views," Fischer said. Interviewed
by reporters just hours before he
left Damascus to begin a retire-
ment after more than 30 years in
the foreign service, Seelye gave
two reasons for his belief that Be-
gin was an obstacle to peace.
"In my view it is impossible to
expect Begin to divest Israel of
the West Bank and secondly be-
cause he is totally blind to the
Palestinian imperative in any
peace agreement," Seelye said.
FISCHER SAID, "yes" when
he was asked directly if progress
could be made toward peace while
Begin was in office. He said, "no"
when asked if the Administration
felt that Begin had a "blind spot"
toward the Palestinians.
Fischer rejected claims in the
news reports from Damascus I
that Seelye was retiring after 32
years because pressure from the
(Israeli lobby! had kept the Ad-
ministration from offering him a
new post. Fischer noted that See-.
lye was "retiring after a long and!
distinguished foreign service
career." ;
He said he did not know of any
complaints about Seelye from'
Israel. A State Department
source said later that there was
no evidence that Seelye had not
wanted to retire.
Seelye. who was bom in Beirut,
where his father was the presi-
dent of the American University
of Beirut, has served in Jordan,
Kurwait, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon,
Tunisia as well as Syria. After a
vacation in Europe, he reportedly
will return to the United States
and become a private consultant
on the Middle East.
SEELYE ALSO said that the
Camp David talks should be re-
placed by a new U.S. initiative
which should include a
"dialogue" with the Palestine
Liberation Organization. He said
the 1975 commitment by then
Secretary of State Henry Kissin-
ger "did not oreclude a dialogue
with the PLO j,
negotiations and
While Fischer a
himself to tnt?**
comments, the
A sat-
Ambassado
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T The Broward members of the Rabbin lea l Assocl
Greater Miami extend greetings and best wishe
entire community for a happy and healthy New
Knesset Defers Action
On David Excavation
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Knesset has decided to refer
the issue of the two Chief Rabbis'
ban on further excavations at the
City of David to the Education
and Cultural Affairs Committee.
The debate, for which the Knee-
set was called back into special
session during its summer recess,
was remarkably quiet and short,
unlike the controversy over the
last few weeks between the re-
ligious and scientific com-
munities.
Labor Alingment spokesmen
said they feared the ruling by the
Chief Rabbis, based on the con-
tention that there are ancient
Jewish cemeteries at the site but
disputed by archaeologists and
academics, heralded an assault
by the religious leaders on
scientific inquiry,
EDUCATION Minister
Zevulun Hammer appealed for
restraint and compromise. He
said he was against any in-
terference with archaeology in Is-
rael, which was helping Israel
discover its roots and lend ad-
ditional support for Israel's re-
turn to its historic homeland.
While the Knesset was dis-
cussing the City of David dig, the
Chief Rabbinical Council was in
session to discuss the same issue.
The Council announced that it
was urging the government to
halt all excavations there imme-
diately, remove the ar-
chaeologists from the site, cancel
the excavation license and of-
ficially declare the entire
southern slope of the Temple
Mount and ancient Jewish ceme
tery now in the hands of the chief
rabbinate.
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
Shlomo Goren told Israel Radio
after the meeting that a press
conference in Jerusalem by dis-
tinguished academics "made me
somewhat skeptical about
modern scientific and academic
research." The academics
presented documents, with texts
and maps to shore up their con-
tention that there were no Jewish
graves at the dig site.
GOREN BROUGHT politics
into the issue by saying he was
sure that Hammer, a leading
member of the National Religious
Party, would obey his religious
injunctions as he represented the
religious community "who are
the only ones to have voted for
him."
Hammer's reaction to the Chief
Rabbi'8 instruction to him to
withdraw the City of David ex-
cavation license and halt work
there at once was to say he would
immediately ask the Attorney
General for a ruling on who gives
orders for such matters.
Rabbi Samuel April
Rabbi Jeffrey L. Ballon
Rabbi Joel C. Dobin
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin
Rabbi Seymour Friedman
Rabbi David W. Gordon
Rabbi Sheldon J. Han-
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffa
Rabbi Carl Klein
Rabbi Phillip A. Labowitz
Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Rabbi Jacob I. Nislick
Rabbi Paul Plotkin
Rabbi Harold Richh,
Rabbi Ben A. Roma
Rabbi Emanuel Sctngl
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Yigal Barkan Joins UJA Project Renewal
lORK Yigal Barkan
Liem has joined the
A wish Appeal as UJA
tnewal Representative
Robert Russell, Nation-
Renewal Committee
| announced today.
arkan will add a vital
in our continuing to
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fees both in the United
Ll in Israel," said Mr.
pHLs background and
1 gives us a greater op-
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lies in the United States
nth neighborhoods in
Jerusalem and edu-
Ihe United States, Mr.
a graduate of Yeshiva
Ind Hebrew Teacher's
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in New York City. He received
Jus Master of Arts degree at
George Washington University
Graduate School of Education in
Washington, D.C. He completed
his doctoral program at George
Washington University and will
soon be awarded a Ph.D. in cur-
riculum design.
Barkan is the Author of Aliyah
Coming of Age in Israel, co-editor
and educational advisor for Foot-
loose in Jerusalem and curricu-
lum designer for Teaching Mitz-
vot.
In his new position with the
United Jewish Appeal, Mr. Bar-
kan will assist in coordinating
efforts between the Jewish
Agency Project Renewal Depart-
ment and the UJA headquarters
designed to facilitate fundraising
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Mr. Barkan also will assist in
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vidual visits to linked Project
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He will work closely with Ameri-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Frida
y.
SPUober
Nazi War Crimes Study
Shows Trials Important
LONDON A study of Nazi
war crime trials published here
says that, despite their many
shortcomings, it is imperative
they continue. Made following
the sentencing, on June 29. 1981.
of eight defendants in the Maida-
nek trial in West Germany, this
analysis appears in the Research
Report series produced by the
Institute of Jewish Affairs in
London.
The IJA study brings together
statistics which show that, al-
though the rule of law was upheld
and thousands of former Nazi
personnel were tried in a number
of countries, many were either
acquitted, pardoned after short
terms of imprisonment or only
received lenient sentences. Some
6,450 persons have been sen-
tenced by the Federal German
authorities but "these figures
must be compared with the
78,605 persons against whom
proceedings were initiated by the
German courts but who were not
convicted. Since 1965, the rate of
convictions has fallen to 1.5 per-
cent before 1965 at least one in
every ten accused was found
guilty."
THE REPORT explains the
reasons for the discrepancies and
also shows that the statistics are
incomplete because some coun-
tries Czechoslovakia,
Yugoslavia, Hungary, Bulgaria
have not released any official
information on their in-
vestigations of Germans who
committed National Socialist
crimes. Even so, probably the
largest category of criminals con-
sists of those who managed to
conceal either their crime or
themselves; "estimates put the
number of indictable Nazi per-
sonnel at anything between
100.000 and 200,000."
In assessing whether or not the
trials have fulfilled their purpose,
the study discusses some of the
complexities of the legal pro-
cedure which complicate the
judgement process and lead to
mild verdicts. The report says
"the fact that there was no
wholesale surrender of the rule of
Nigeria Picks Israeli
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NEW YORK Israels
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has signed a contract involving a
$190 million loan to Nigeria for a
package of building projects to be
carried out by the Israeli com-
pany and its affiliates.
The projects include three ho-
tels, a flour mill, a cement pro-
ducts factory-, an aluminum plant
and two water works, according
to Eliyahu Porat, managing di-
rector of Solel Boneh, the Israeli
firm that signed the contract
with Nigeria.
The deal for financing the new
package is the largest of 11 such
contracts signed by Solel Boneh
in the past two years. These total
$750 million and include loans to
Ecuador, Venezuela and the
Ivory Coast as well as Nigeria.
A consortium of 50 banks is
providing the eight-year, $190
million loan to cover 88 percent of
the projects, which are in the
Nigerian state of Anambra. The
Nigerian Government is
financing the balance, according
to the Israeli company.
Solel Boneh is owned by His-
tadrut. the Israeli trade union
federation. Its international
subsidiary has carried out ex-
tensive construction projects
throughout Black Africa, includ-
ing roads, airfields, housing, hos-
pitals, universities, hotels and
various water-works such as dril-
ling, laying pipelines and
irrigation.
law might, in the long run. be an
appropriate compensation for the
present, justified anger of the
bewildered survivors."
A total of 2.251 cases are still
under investigation in the Fed-
eral Republic and. although it
seemed at one time as if Germany
was not eager to pursue the
question of Nazi crimes, the
present head of the Central Office
for the Investigation of Nazi
Crimes. Dr. Adalbert Ruckerl. "is
devoted to the task of bringing to
light Nazi crimes and criminals."
THE QUANTITY of testi-
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court cases "constitutes a giant
body of knowledge about the
Holocaust The trials have be-
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temporary history."
The Maidanek trial sentences
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that the trials "touch of funda-
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lent's Council
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nual President's Council
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kn of South Broward.
[m. event will be held at
ation office.
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ft Council, according to
/in, Women's Division
nual luncheon gives the
of all South Broward
pmcn's organizations to
calendarize their up-
nt8.
interested should con-
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Nazi Collaborator Knocked Down
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) -
A 25-year-old member of
the Jewish Defense League
attacked Boleslavs Mai-
kovskis. a 75-year-old Lat-
vian immigrant accused of
collaboration with the
Nazis in 1941 and 1942,
during deportation pro-
ceedings against Maikov-
skis in the Immigration and
Naturalization court in
Federal Plaza here.
Identified by the JDL as Mar-
tin Schwartz of Brooklyn. Sch-
wartz reacted with rage when
Maikovskis" defense attorney
said he had "proof" that some f
the prosecution witnesses had
lied in describing Maikovskis'
wartime record in Latvia.
Screaming "you're a lying
bastard," Schwartz rushed
toward Maikovskis. grappled
Ultra-Orthodox
Condemned
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
One of Israel's leading Judaic
scholars, Prof. Ephraim Urbach
of the Hebrew University, sharp-
ly condemned ultra-Orthodox
elements trying to put an end to
the archaeological excavations in
the City of David.
Urbach. president of the Israel
Academy of Sciences, a Hebrew
University profession emeritus of
Talmud, and himself an Ortho-
dox Jew, spoke at the Hebrew-
University amphitheater on Mt.
Scopus before hundreds of schol-
ars from 24 countries who
gathered here for the World Con-
gress of Jewish Studies.
URBACH SAID the attack on
the archaeologists was an attack
on archaeology and science in
general. He attacked Ashkenazic
Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren.
whose intervention in the matter
he said was "totally unwarranted
and unjustified."
Violence and protests by the
ultra-Orthodox caused part of the
dig to be closed temporarily near-
ly two weeks ago. The Ultra-
Orthodox, supported by the two
Chief Rabbis, maintain that there
is an ancient Jewish cemetery in
the area, and that the ex-
cavations are therefore a dese-
cration of the graves.
German Cleric
Raps Vandalism
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) A Prot-
estant dark has denounced the
vandals who destroyed a stone
marker which identified the site
of the former synagogue of
Roeddheim near Frankfurt which
was destroyed by the Nazis.
Parson Heinrich Dippei, who ad-
dressed a meeting at the scene of
the vandalism which had been
called to protest the act, termed
the destruction of the marker
barbaric
He declared that such acts of
violence are reminders of neo-
Nazi activity in West Germany
which deserves to be sharply con-
demned and which should alarm
every citizen. He also warned
that the neo-Nazis will not rest
content with destroying inani-
mate objects, such as the marker,
but/ will eventually unleash vio-
lence against people.
DIPPEL ALSO criticized the
community of Roedelheim for
failing to act against recently
published textbooks and pamph-
lets dealing with local history
which failed to contain a single
word of appreciation for the im-
portant Jewish community which
once existed there.
with him and knocked him to the
floor. Four court attendants
pulled Schwartz off Maikovskis.
The hearing was resumed after
Schwartz was removed from the
courtroom.
SCHWARTZ WAS one of 20
JDL members who cam*' to the
Federal Plaza in lower Manhat-
tan to demonstrate against Mai-
kovskis. who was sentenced to
death in absentia in the mid
1960s by a Riga court as a "mass
murderer." Maikovskis has been
fighting deportation by the U.S.
Immigration and Naturalization
Service since 1977. The INS
claimed Maikovskis lied about
his role as a member of a wartime
pro-Nazi Latvian police force to
gain entry into the United States.
Five of the 20 JDL demonstra-
tors were allowed to take seats in
the courtroom. However, only
Schwartz lost his self-control and
attacked the defendant, ac-
cording to Arnold Wemstem,
JDL national director.
Weinstein told the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency that the 20 JDL
members were allowed to enter
the Federal Plaza and to stage a
peaceful protest. He said the
demonstrators first recited
morning prayers and that he then
read a statement aloud, declaring
that "this is no longer a time for
words but for action the
prayer and the fist" a refer-
ence to the JDL emblem of a
clenched fist and the slogan
"Never Again."
WEINSTEIN ALSO told the
JTA that the JDL was not claim-
ing responsibility for the fire-
bombing of Maikovskis' home in
Mineola. Long Island.

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TheJewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Pagell-B
Bas-Relief By Phillip Rather to Be Presented to South Broward Synagogues for
Outstanding Achievement in Israel Bond High Holy Day Appeal
7
A unique artistic creation by
the noted Jewish artist, Phillip
Ratner, depicting in bas-relief
King David in Jerusalem, will be
presented this year to syna-
gogues which produce outstand-
ing results in Israel Bond High
Holy Day Appeals. According to
Joseph Raymond, South
Broward Israel Bonds General
Campaign Chairman, syna-
gogues in Broward County will
take part in this year's appeal,
stressing the theme "From Gen-
eration Unto Generation."
The bronze-colored bas-relief
shows an image of King David
with his harp standing over Jeru-
salem against the background of
a sunrise. Each copy will be in-
scribed with the congregations
name and the title "David in
Jerusalem." The word "David"
in Hebrew characters is carved in
the corner of the piece, which is
the first of a series of Biblical bas-
reliefs Ratner has projected.
Phillip Ratner was trained at
the Pratt Institute in New York
and now lives and works in
Washington, D.C. Having first
gained recognition as a sculptor,
he has produced tapestries,
stained-glass windows and litho-
graphs as well as sculpture. He
has exhibited at the Smithsonian
Institution, the Corcoran
Galleries and the National Col-
lection of Fine Arts in Washing-
ton and the Jewish Museum in
New York. The permanent collec-
tions of the Library of Congress
and the White House contain his
works.
Ratner has recently been com-
missioned to create ten perma-
nent bronzes for display on the
grounds of the Statue of Liberty,
the only sculptures ever dis-
played on Liberty Island, with
the exception of the statue itself.
In this year's High Holy Day
Appeal, which marks the 30th
Anniversary of the Israel Bond
Organization, Israel Bonds seeks
to mobilize $50 million, 25 per-
cent increase over the $40 million
recorded last year in 1,100 U.S.
and Canadian synagogues.
Chick's Tire Sales
1520 Dixie Hwy., Hollywood 33020
929-1153
New Years Greetings
Dr. Jerome M.
Dolinsky P. A.
Diplomat* National Board Of
Chiropractic Examiners
24 Hour.
961-6400
Dade: 621-1200
Chiropractic Health Care Center Of
Broward County
6670 Taft Street
(Next Door To American Bank)
L'ShanaTova!
We Wish All Our Friends
A Year of
lealth, Happiness and Shalom
Irs. Alvin and Tamara
lohen and Children
Post Haste Pharmacy
Bob Foster, Robert Fishman,
Fred Llppman Reg. Pharmacists
Open 7 DaysFree Delivery
Phone: 969-6524
4401 Sheridan St.
Happy New Year
New Year Greetings From
.LWOOD ANIMAL CARE CENTER
[Hollywood Blvd.-983-5112-Hollywood 33021
food Animal Hospital & Bird Clinic Professional
bming by Adrian's Hlllwood Grooming Boarding
fide-Air Conditioned Runs Complete Line of Pet
ppiies Pet Foods and Nutritional Supplements
'en W. Schachter, D. V.M.,M.S.
AndyPayson,D.V.M.
Healthy & Happy New Year
To Tha Jewish Community
Hollywood Inc. Realtors
4501 Shridan Street.
ANTHONTs FLORIST
1724 Hallandale Beach Boulevard
HALL AN DALE. FLORIDA 33009
457-8520
HALLANDALE
GARDENS
806 South Dixie Hwy., Hallandale 923-2070
Wish To All Our Friends A Customers
A Happy New Year
Miramar
Diner
3101 So. State Road 7 Miramar, Fla.
Holiday Greetings To All
Nu-Life Paint &
Body Shop
211 SW 59th. Terace 9894040
Happy New Year
Bash ana H aba 'ah B'Yerushalayim
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Meline
And Family
Swensen's
Ice Cream Factory
4770 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood 33020
PHONE 987*2990
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS FOR A NEW YEAR
From Ethel Gould
With Best Wishes for a Now Yoar of
Health, Happiness and Peace
Momingstar's Jewelers
119 N. 19 Ave.Hollywood-923-2372
Happy New Year To All
S & N Kurash, Inc.
2131 Hollywood Blvd. Suite 303, Hollywood Fla.
921-2902
/^DiqiLCgiTtp
Good Hearth & Happiness
In The Coming New Year
2455 Hollywood Blvd. Hwld.
Phone: 921-7778
From Child Care To Medicare
Medicare Assignments Accepted
Wishing All My Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
Jeanette S. Rauch
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Merchandise
Liquidators, Inc.
250 N. Federal Highway
Hallandale
454-1657
larDn nine nwj
Sally and Milton
M. Winograd
Joseph B. Esterson, m.d.,f.a.c.c. .
WPLOMATE, AMERICAN BOARD OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
takes pleasure In announcing the association of
Bruce L Boros, m.d.
WPLOMATE, AMERICAN BOARD OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
In tha practice o* Cardiology at
2500 E Hallandale Beach Blvd-Su ite 211
Haftandale, Florid. S3009
By Appointment rM305)45*5115


Page 12-B
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
J^L^l*!
25%
Raised
Prime Minister's Mil
NEW YORK Prominent'
Jewish leaders from communities
across the nation pledged a rec-
ord total of S15.821.500 to the
regular 1982 United Jewish Ap-
peal Campaign during UJA's an-
nual Prime Minister's Mission in
Jerusalem.
The 1982 total represents a
25.1 percent increase over 1981
pledges bv the same donors of
$12,652,000. UJA National
Chairman Herschel Blumberg
announced. The 1982 pledges in-
clude $730,000 raised in a special
women's fund raising caucus, he
said. Spouses were invited to
participate in the mission for the
first time this vear.
The American Jewish leaders
also pledged an additional
$980,000 for Project Renewal, the
economic, social and cultural pro-
gram to rehabilitate Israel's dis-
tressed neighbornoods. bringing
the total pledged tjy these do.iors
to $9,808,700
Mission participants an
nounced their 1982 pledges at a
dramatic closing dinner ad-
dressed by Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin, host to the mission,
and chaired by Blumberg. in the
Knesset. Israel s parliament. The
dinner followed an intensive,
four-day program that en-
compassed meetings with promi-
nent Israelis in all walks of life
and visits to facilities run by the
Jewish Agency and the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee which are funded with
monies allocated from UJA-com-
munily campaigns.
The itineerary included a visit
to the Project Renewal neighbor-
hood in Ramie where the mission
toured ore-kingergarten facilities,
a sports center and housing for
the elderly. Residents welcomed
the American visitors into their
homes and both groups joined for
a community-wide dinner. The
experience was in marked con-
trast to visits bv American
groups two years ago which were
met with heated confrontations.
In a highly emotional cere-
mony of remembrance at Yad
Vashem. the memorial to victims
of the Holocaust, each mission
participant was given the name
of a Jew killed in Nazi concentra-
tion camps that was the same
or closely similar to his or her
own. Each participant pledged to
say Kaddish to the Holocaust
victim for the rest of their lives.
The American leaders also vis-
ited the Israeli air base where the
missions originated against the
Iraqi nuclear reactor in Baghdad
and PLO headquarters in Beirut.
The UJA Prime Mink*
on also wa, the ft,
group, to land at an iki3
Negev being bJtSS
stallations Israel w,?S
when the Sinai j, IH
Camp David Accords
JOm groqp met with
President Y.Uhak &
Moshe Katzov, Deputy M
for Housing and 2
ment's representative
Project Renewal promn"
wellaa with top office J
Jewish Agency and the JDC
Radiology Consultants
Wish Our Friends
Happy New Year
T.AveUoae.MJ).
R. Klein, M.D.
J. Schneider, MIX
R. Pomerantz, M.D.
D. Mandelbaum, M.D
V.Grnja,MD.
J. Halpern, M.D.
A. Zimmer, M.D.
Divers Unlimited
Wish Everyone A Happy New Year
6023 Hollywood Blvd.-981-0156
A Happy and Healthy New Year
U. from .
mversity
Surgical Associates
2301 N. University Drive.
Pembroke Pines961-2500
Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Lundy and Family
Stanley Marks and Family
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lottenberg
PARK ROW INTERIORS
2940 SW 30 Ave. Hallandale
Parallel with 1-95 Ph: 457 7628
Happy New Year
HypyandHzdthyNzw Year
Associates
In Internal Medicine
WftMcW^ Sttwart D Shull> m.d
Jack B. Mdler, M.D. Henry Scherer, M D
Steven V. Gurland, M.D. Clifford J. Benezra, M.D
Alan I. Brawn, M.D.
A Very Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
.Wavdep
Juqgv new year
Morris Wolf Photography
1615 NE 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
Happy New Year
tal|eaa9rtnt|s
Custom Glass Tinters
6001 Garfield St. Phone 962-7354
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r^. Happy New Year
r ine Decorators Inc.
1061 NW 3 Street
Hallandale 944-8400
Happy New Year To All
MR. AND MRS. NORMAN FREEDMAN
Lost Horizons Travel
2514 Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood920-9002
Southern Atlantic
Service Corporation
1316 N. Dixie Highway
Hollywood-921-8999
Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Stuart
Courtney and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very
Happy New Year
2500 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd
Hallandale. Florida 33009
Brwd.: (305) 456-3000 Dade (305) 944-7119
Happy New Year
oron nan, rma*
Halpert, Oberst & Co.
STOCKS A BONDS SPECIALISTS
1250 Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Hallandale -458-010!
New Year Greetings
Healthy Happy New Year
To The Jewish Community
Paradise Realty &
Management
Larry Ginsberg, Realtor
615 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale
Phone 454-2300
Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
Karl M. Morgenstein, M.D.|
Myles K. Krieger, M.D.
1131 N.35th Avenue
961-8153
A Happy And Healthy New Year
To The Jewish Community
Alex Steinberg, Realtor
1932 S. Hallandale Beach Blvd
Halldab 454 1772
HOL1DA Y GREETINGS
BRUCE R.
SEIDENSTEIN
SCHOOL OF NUTRITION
NUTRITION COUNSELING SERVICE8
(Broward) 45WW03 (Dade) 9474258
Stoyan Rosenthal,
M.D.FAC.S.
and
Saul Singer
M.D.FAC.S.
Wish You and Your Families
A Healthy and Happy New Year


September 18,1961
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13-B
In Loving Memory of
Samuel & Mary Blank
Abraham Perkus
Harvey Panay
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Blank A Family
Happy Naw Yaar
Wishing AGood Year of
Shalom and Good Health
Ted & Joyce Newman
and Family
Happy New Year To All
My South Broward Friends
Robert S. Miller Esq.
________ Hallandale________
PEMBROKE PINES
GENERAL HOSPITAL
2301 University Drive
Pembroke Pines
Happy New Year To All
Robert Greauer
Funeral Home
201 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd. 454-6464
Happy New Year To All
Balogh Jewelers of
Hallandale
1115 East Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Happy New Year
Irving off Hollywood
112 South State Rd. No. 7
Hollywood 625-2194
Happy New Year To All
ween Harvest Furniture
4171 No. State Rd. No. 7-Hollywood
625-2068/983-6649
Happy New Year
Rose Goldberg
and
Ida Snyderman
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Budget Travel
|808 South Ocean Dr.Hollywood-458-1693
Happy New Year
Riz In.c
40 Pembroke Road Miramar 983-7208
Happy New Year
Wishing Our Friends and Family
New Year Filled With Health and Happiness
Joan, Jerry and Dana Raticoff
Irving Berlin
Men's Shop
1919 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood 921-2561
Happy New Year To All
.City National Bank
I of Hallandale
1995 E. taMmtm Beech BM.. ItofcniMr, Flood. 33009
(309) 434.5000 (Broowd) 949-2161 (Dade)
Happy New Year To All
Sheldon and Jackie Dickstein
And Their Associates
0T Wish Our Friends
A Happy New Year
mJ[\-rm
y> /iioMfisinc__
L^ / (305) 458-2222 broward
* Condominium Sales and Rentals
c n 404B South Ocean Drive. Hollywood. Fie 33019
bo ocean pflte 11 Hallandale Beech Blvd new 10 Holidiy Inn
All God's Blessings
To All Our Friends
Evelyn and Otto Steiber
Frances And Bill Littman
Wish A Healthy, Happy And Peaceful Year
To All Our Friends
Cement Craft Inc.
2200 N. Dixie Highway Hollywood 33020
947-1011
Happy New Year To All
Butcher Boy Meat Market
910 W. Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Hallandale, Florida 33009
457-9650
New Year Greetings
Kravit Jewelers
ART LIBMAN WALTER KRAVIT
800 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Phone: 921-6360
Happy New Year
Our Best Wishes
To The Entire Jewish Community
For A Healthy and Joyous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Pfttell
And Family
We Wish All Our Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
Dr. Stanley and Karen
Margulies
Robin Margulies
May You Be Blessed
With Health, Happiness and Prosperity
Now and Throughout the New Year
The Owen Lewis Wyman
Family
DERMATOLOGY ASSOCIATES
We Wish All Our Friends A Very Happy
Healthy And Joyous New Year
Joel Marc Wilentz, M.D.
Richard S. Greene, M.D.
Joseph A. Arena, M.D.
Garry B. Gewirtzman, M.D.
2100 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale, Fla. 33009
(305)
(305)454-1066
4101 S. Hospital Drive
Plantation, Fla. 33117
454-1066
(305)587-7195
Nat And Dina Sedley
A Happy L'ssmiKi
Doctors Hospital
Of Hollywood
1859 Van Buren Street
1 Block South of Hollywood Blvd.
Serving Broward for over 40 years
Complete 24-hour emergency room
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Happy New Year To All
Hollywood Appliances
2847 Hollywood Blvd.-927-9206
May You And Yours Have A Happy New Year
Botiere Florist
5801 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood 33021
989-8981
Happy New Year
'
Hollywood
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2723 Hollywood Blvd.
Happy New Year To All
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I
L'Shana Tova! *
We Wish All Our Friends
A Year Of
Health, Happiness and Shalom
Ruth and Arnold Picker
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Grtater Hollywood
Frida
y.
Septambwig,
European Rabbis at Conference
^^ i j ,.,.;Mn Rumania hQ FWi
By EDWIN EYTAN
BUCHAREST (JTA) -
Chief Rabbis from over half a
dozen countries gathered here for
the first-ever major Jewish con-
ference held in an East European
country. Rumanian Chief Rabbi
Moses Rosen officially welcomed
the dozens of rabbis, teachers and
community heads who are at-
tending the convention of the
European Rabbinical Conference.
Among the participants were
Chief Rabbis Immanuel Jakobo-
vits from Great Britain; Rene
Shmuel Sirat, France; ElioToaff.
Italv: and M. Toaff. Holland.
Rabbi Fabian Schoenfeld. past
president of the Rabbinical
Council of America, attended
from the U.S. as an observer.
The conference began its
session by adopting a unanimous
resolution condemning the
terrorist attack on a synagogue
in Vienna last Saturday. Rosen
condemned the "Nazi-like attack
which resulted in the death of two
innocent victims" and the
wounding of 18 persons. He
called on "all the nations of the
world to prevent the renewal of
fascist methods which certain
Arab terrorists now use."
MANY OF the conference par-
ticipants were surprised by the
unequivocal terms Rosen used to
condemn the attack and those re-
Joel L. Martin. M.D., F.A.C.S.
Diplomate American Board of Urology
announces
the opening of his office
for the practice of Urology
at
3939 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida
961-7700
BARRY R. ALTER, M.D., F.A.C.C.
Diplomat*. American Board of Internal Medicine
Subspecialty Board on Cardiovascular Disease
is pleased to announce
The Opening of His Office
for the Practice of
CONSULTATIVE AND DIAGNOSTIC
CARDIOLOGY
at
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sponsible. Rumania has recog-
nized the Palestine Liberation
Organization as the sole repre-
sentative of the Palestinian
people and has granted the PLO
bureau in Bucharest diplomatic
status-
Rosen also told the conference,
which was chaired by Jakobovita,
that he hoped Chief Rabbis from
other East European countries
"might soon" attend similar
rabbinical meetings. Rumania,
the host, was the only East Euro-
pean state represented for the
time being. Two young yeshiva
students from Bulgaria attended
in a private capacity.
The conference, which met
behind closed doors, also
discussed the Soviet Jewish
dropout problem and possible
Jewish reactions. Rosen told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
he personally favored cutting off
all aid to those who chose to
remain in Vienna and opt for
other countries than Israel. He
said he fears that a continuing
high proportion of dropouts
might jeopardize the Soviet emi-
gration process.
THE RUMANIAN Chief
Rabbi reportedly made a similar
statement at the conference,
stressing the need for an open
door policy for emigration and
warning that a continuation in
the number of dropouts might
have dire consequences in other
countries as well
Jewish emigration from Ru-
mania is expected to approach
this year the figure of 1.000. Last
year 950 Jews left for Israel and
the figure for the first seven
months for 1981 reportedlv is
550.
There are some 35.000 Jews
registered with the Jewish com-
munity left in Rumania, with half
of them living in Bucharest The
rest is scattered in Jassy. Clug.
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[September 18,1961
The Jewish FloritUan and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15-B
rgentian Haunted
eaknesses Plague the Gov't.
ISALEM (JTA).-
,i disappearances of Jews
ts have stopped, and ter-
\i the right and left has
rely curtailed, Argentina
ed by both its past ex-
rid ita present weakness-
fInternational Council of
tfth was told this week.
[n Eisenberg, director of
gncU, said in a report
here during the annual
of the ICBB that the'
[military government of
kberto Viola is seeking a
i ground" as it struggles
Ival.
JBERG VISITED Ar-
ia nd several other South
countries last spring,
with B'ani B'rith and
vish community leaders,
of the "grass roots,"
jts, human rights activ-
|govermental officials.
berg reported that condi
have substantially im-
(over the mid-19708 and
fere was "a definite mood
my Jews that past ex-
Imust be buried." They
lhat continued rehashing
lundo any chance of
hening the new govern-
Inf President Viola, who,
they believed, is their best hope
of containing anti-Jewish be-
havior.
The Jewish community's chief
concern is for an improved
economy, Eisenberg reported.
"There is incipient fear that a
decline in the economy will result
in scapegoating of the Jewish
community, he declared.
EISENBERG STATED that
"a general atmosphere or
uneasiness and disquieting which
has grown out of instability in
the country's economy and
political structure."
The major problem facing the
35,000 Jews of Chile is compla-
cency, Eisenberg said. The
Jewish community lives com-
fortably and is "deeply immers-
ed" in all aspects of Chilean life.
The result is apathy, and accord-
ing to the organized Jewish
community there are less than
20,000 people who identify them-
selves as Jews and participate in
Jewish communal affairs.
In Uruguay, where the Jewish
population is 50,000 (out of a
total population of 3 million), the
suspension of many traditional
liberties by a military dictator-
ship has brought unease, Eisen-
berg said. While the country
remains "relatively tranquil" and
the people Jews and non-Jews
alike look to a re-
democratization, young Jews are
making aliya to Israel at a rate
that is the highest in the conti-
nent. .
Eisenberg said that Argentine
Jews protest anti-Semitic acts.
"But their isolation makes it dif-
ficult for them to be effective
without help from the outside,"
he declared. "On the surface, the
situation is far quieter than the
stormy debate inside the United
States suggests. Americans must
remember that the U.S. has
limited leverage on Argentina,
and what they have should be
used effectively." On the other
hand, he noted, "ignoring the
leverage we have will send the
wrong message to Argentina."
IN OTHER nations he visited
Brazil, Chile and Uruguay
Eisenberg said anti-Semitism, if
not dead, is not flagrant. He re-
ported that the basic dilemma for
Brazil's 170,000 Jews "is the de-
gree of discomfort they feel in a
society which has, historically
not evinced strong signs of anti-
Semitism." Nevertheless, there is
unlike Americans, who seek com-
promise as a means of resolving
issues, Argentinians cling to
their excessive views, which
frequently results in a collision of
forces and a search for someone
to blame.
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2515 S. State Rd. 7 HoUywood33023
Happy New Year
981-4100
Best Wishes For
A Happy and Healthy New Year
From
Young Israel of Hollywood
Ft. Lauderdale
Rabbi Edward Davis
Dr. David Kornbluth. President
3291 Stirling Road, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Phone 966-7877
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The Jewish Foridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Greetings to our many Jewish friends and
neighbors on the occasion of this, their
High Holy Season. We extend our best
wishes for a new year filled with health,
happiness and prosperity.


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