The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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13 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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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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Leon Uris To Open Sinai's
Jewish Heritage Celebration Week
Senator Lowell Weicker
member of the Energy and
Natural Resources Committee,
and the Labor and Human Re-
sources Committee, where he is
chairman of the Subcommittee on
the Handicapped.
Born in Paris, France, in 1931,
Weicker graduated from Yale
University in 1953, and earned
his LL.B. at the University of
Virginia in 1958. He served as
First Lieutenant of Artillery in
the Army in 1953-55. Weicker is
married, with eight children, and
makes his home in Mystic, Conn.
The Community Relations
Committee of the Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward has in-
vited noted author, Leon Uris, to
open Temple Sinai's Jewish
Heritage Celebration Week. Mr.
Uris will be speaking Saturday,
Oct. 10, at 8:30 p.m. at Temple
Sinai, 1201 Johnson St. Admis-
sion is free.
Rochelle Koenig, chairman of
the evening, remarked, "This will
be a rare opportunity for mem-
bers of our community to hear
Mr. Uris speak. Mr. Uris will be
introducing his new book, Jeru-
salem, Song of Songs, at the
opening of Temple Sinai's Book
Fair.
The week of Oct. 10-18 will be
filled with events celebrating
Jewish Heritage. Following is a
brief outline of the schedule:
Book
p.m.,
Leon Uris
Saturday, Oct. 10: 7 p.m.,
Book Fair Opens; 8:30 p.m..
Speakers: Seymour Liebman,
Professor of History, University
of Miami, Leon Uris, noted
author.
Sunday, Oct. 11: 9 a.m., Open
School Day; 11 a.m., Succah
Decorating Party Chaverim;
7:30 p.m., Yiddish Movie Night.
Thursday, Oct. 15: 4 p.m.,
Children's Book Festival.
Friday, Oct. 16: 7 p.m.
Display Art Exhibit; 8
Family Sabbath Services.
Saturday, Oct. 16: 8:30 a.m.,
Sabbath Services; 12 noon, Book
Display; 12 noon, Torah Study
Luncheon in the Succah.
Sunday, Oct. 18: 9:30 a.m..
Men's Club Breakfast, Author
Edith Jacobson, Guest Speaker;
11:30 a.m., Book Fair; 12 noon,
Dedication of the Paul B. Anton
Religious School Building.
For further information con-
cerning the Jewish Heritage Cel-
ebration Week, contact Temple
Sinai, 920-1577.
Herb Tolpen: UJA-Federation Chairman Of Malaga
Herb Tolpen has been ap-
pointed Chairman of the Malaga
Towers 1982 UJA-Federation
Campaign, according to Saul
Singer, M.D., campaign chair-
man.
Herb Tolpen, a native of Cin-
cinnati, resided in Dayton,where
for 15 years, he owned and
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"The .remarkable response to
this year's President's Mission
cleariy demonstrates the
strength of the American Jewish
community's ongoing commit-
ment to our people in Israel,"
UJA National Vice Chairman
Neil J. Norry, Chairman of the
Mission, said. "This expression
of unity and concern underscores
the continuing partnership that
gives deeper meaning to our cam-
paign theme for 1982 One Peo-
ple Indivisible."
Mission participants visited 40
Project Renewal sites in-
cluding Hod Hasharon, South
Broward's Project Renewal
neighborhood meeting with
residents and community leaders
for discussions of the program's
progress in upgrading the social,
economic and cultural quality of
life in Israel's distressed neigh-
borhoods.
American Jewish leaders met
with President Navon at his offi-
cial residence and were briefed by
other key Israeli officials on
issues of continuing mutual con-
cern.
The group was welcomed to
Jerusalem by Mayor Teddy
Kollek and toured the Jewish
quarter of the Old City before
gathering for individual medita-
tion at the Western Wall. High-
lights of the Mission included a
torchlight ceremony atop the an-
cient fortress of Masada with the
Israel Defense Forces Armored
Corps a first for a President's
Mission and a ceremony of re-
membrance at Yad Vashem, the
memorial to victims of the Holo-
caust in Jerusalem.
The Mission closed with a state
dinner hosted by Israeli Prime
Minister Menachem Begin in the
Knesset, the Israeli parliament.
operated a retail furniture busi-
ness. He is a graduate of the
University of Cincinnati, with a
B.S. in Business Education. He
served a tour in the Korean War
as an anti-aircraft and guided
missiles officer.
In Dayton he was very active
in civic affairs and Jewish com-
munal activities. He served as
the advanced gifts chairman in
their Combined Jewish Appeal.
He was a member of the Anti-
och Shrine Temple and rode with
their motor corps for 5 years. He
also rode in the Antioch national-
ly known matched Palomino
Herb Tolpen
Horse Mountain Patrol for 4
years. He is a past President of
the Dayton Optimist Club.
Herb is committed to the per-
petuation of Jewish survival, and
is a willing and enthusiastic
leader. Malaga Towers is looked
to, in the coming year ahead, as a
pacesetter in the 1982 Campaign
under Herb Tolpen's administra-
tion.
Preparations For The
Community Mission
Participants in the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
upcoming Community Mission to
Israel (October 26 November 3),
have been busy preparing for the
Mission.
"The second Ulpan class for
Mission participants will meet on
October 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Federation building," report
Joan and Jerry Raticoff, co-
chairmen of the Mission. "We
hope all participants will attend."
"The last study group session
for participants in the Poland
portion of the Mission will meet
October 5 at the Federation
building," said Nancy and Herb
Brizel, co-chairmen of the Mis-
sion. "These sessions have been
an invaluable tool in preparing us
both educationally and emo-
tionally for the upcoming visit to
Poland."
Division Plans Community Day
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Ifcctress have
Acclaim from
coast to coast, in such vehicles as
"Barefoot In The Park" and
"Butterflies Are Free."
As an author, her autobiogra-
phy "There Goes What's Her
Name" was a best seller and h is
been followed by a beauty nook,
"Don't Blame The Mirror," and a
cookbook "Tonight or Never."
As the first woman Crusade
Chairman for the American Can-
cer Society, her fund raising ac-
complishment has been unequal-
led.
Susan Dworkin, a playwright,
is a writer for Ms. Magazine and
co-author of "The Womer's
Health Book."
Community Day invitations
are being mailed out in mid-
October. The cost of the luncheon
is $22.50. Reservations will be
accepted between Oct. 26 and
Nov. 20. Priority seating will be
on a first paid basis, Mrs. Rosen-
berg explained.
Community Day is under the
auspices of Florence Roth, Com-
munity Education vice president.
Bobbie Levin is Womer's
Division president.
Sis Altman and Dina Kaye are
Hostess chairwomen; Esther
Gordon is Reservations chair-
woman; Joan Gross and Marilyn
Neuman are Decorations chair-
women; Helen Cohan is Publicity
chairwoman; and Bea Mogilow.tz
and Hannah Schorr are
Invitation chairwomen.
For additional information on
Community Day, contact Mary
Anne at the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
Delia Rosenberg


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Let's Travel
Women's Division Bus Tour
Plans for the Jewish Federa
tion of South Broward Women's
Division annual Bus Tours are
being formulated under the direc-
tion of Community Education
Vice President Florence Roth and
Chairwoman Susen Grossman.
The Bus Tours will show both
men and women in the com-
munity exactly where their
monev is spent locally, Mrs.
Grossman explained.
The H illcrest Bus Tour is set
for Monday. Nov. 16 from 9:30
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The bus will
pick people up at the Hillcrest
Playdium and the Hollybrook
Golf and Tennis Clubhouse.
The Beach Bus Tour is planned
for Wednesday. Jan. 13 from 9:30
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The bus is
JCC Holds Second
Annual Film Festival
The Second Annual Film Fes- buy lhe series for $12. Individual
tival of the JC C s of South Brow- admission will be sold for $3.
ard will bring to South Broward
six excellent films starting on
Oct. 26. Most of these films have
not been available to this com-
munity for many years if at all.
They run the gamut from joyful
musicals to thought-provoking
dramas.
at ion-supported agencies auch aa
The Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged at Douglas
Gardens. The Jewish Community
Center of South Broward. and
Beth Shalom Day School, Mrs.
Grossman added.
Committee members include
Sis Altman. Sylvia Kalin, Bea
Mogilowitz, Ellen Pomerants.
Carol Press. Gert Siej ,
Jackie WbJfijJ
the Women s Division ojIi
the excitmg Bus Tou?J
call Mary Anne at the
Federation of South Browufl
Susen Grossman
scheduled to pick people up at the
Art and Culture Center at 1301 S.
Ocean Drive.
The Bus Tour will visit Feder-
Alfred Golden
Harvey Pincus
Douglas Lazarus
Riverside Memorial Chapels
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Happy New Year
Dates and films are as follows:
Oct. 26. "Kazablan". an Israeli
musical: Nov. 16. 'The Dyb-
buk," a Yiddish drama; Dec. 14,
"The Flying Marchmaker," an Is-
raeli musical comedy; Jan. 18,
"Daughters, Daughters." an
Israeli comedy; Feb. 22 "I Love
You, Rosa," an Israeli love story;
March 22, "The Garden of the
Finzi-Coutinis." an Israeli
Drama.
All films will be shown at Tem-
ple Israel of Miramar 6920
S.W. 35th Street in Miramar.
They will start at 8 p.m.
The series is available at $15
per person. Members of the JCC
and Temple Israel as well as
Senior Citizens and students can
Preview Brandeis
Study Groups
A new more exciting than ever
series of courses and lectures for
the enjoyment and edification of
our members has been prepared
by the Hollywood Chapter of
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee.
The bulletin describing them
has already been mailed to the
members, but for prospective
members who will not receive it,
here is a sampling of the courses:
wonderful Billie Hyman leading
discussions on current books,
Jewish Women in America by our
own member, Doris Feibusch,
Modern Art at the beautiful
home of Carl Harnick,
Psychology by the eminent Dr.
Gradetor, Playreading, Poetry
reading and analysis. Fractured
Families, Current Events, Jewish
Roots, Rap Sessions, and a
lecture series on a wide variety of
topics. Bridge lessons and play
are planned in addition to other
delightful studies still to be
announced.
Members may enroll via the
mail using the coupon in the
Bulletin. Those who desire mem-
bership plus the opportunity of
taking courses can easily do so at
our first open meeting of the
season October 29 at noon, at
Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14 Ave.,
Hollywood.
For a special treat that day we
will hear Billie Hyman dramatize
"A Biography of a Hero". Much
enjoyment is in store for all of us!
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YAD Succoth
Celebration
^ _ne Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
PageS
iay. Oct. 10,8 p.m. at the
Community Center of
Jroward, 2838 Hollywood
he Young Adult Division
sh Federation of South
will gather to celebrate
jth provides the oppor-
have a cultural event
rial event," commented
)ru Geier, co-chairman of
sg Adult Division.
rst guests at the Succoth
nil help decorate the
Rabbi Ben Romer of
[Beth El will lead and in-
f A I) members on the cus-
jii blessings of the Lulav
og-
the Sukka portion we
[going into the JCC for
aeli singing, dancing and
ament. We are very ex-
out this portion of the
commented Mara
Plan Fan
icral Assembly
hundred Jewish Federa-
|the U.S. and Canada will
ilebrating the 50th Anni-
[ Year of their national as-
the Council of Jewish
ons at the 50th annual
neral Assembly, Nov. 10-
I Louis.
pety of special events are
for the 50th General As-
I which is expected to in-
than 2,500 partici-
ouncil of Jewish Federa-
established in 1932 to
the association of the
I number of Jewish Com-
I organizations in North
y New services added by
fleeted the growing so-
tion of the Federation
I in the 1960s and 1970s.
paraded services included
i of planning and finan-
wish education; leader-
velopment; endowment
pvelopment; opening a
on Action Office to aid
derations in securing
ent funding for social
programs; etc.
ouncil's 200 constituent
ons embrace over 96 per-
the Jewish population of
[America. The General
ly has grown to become
pr convocation of Jewish
brth America.
Rations for the General
' can be made by filing
ph Federation of South
1,921-8810.
tasiness And
[Professional
ten's Network
Business and Professional
|s Network, formally the
Vomen'8 Council, under
hPices of the Women's
[ of the Jewish Federation
Broward, is beginning
la steering committee and
TBhip list.
' the direction of Florence
bmmunity Education vice
p, the Business and Pro-
Women's Network is '
I serious-minded, working
lin the community to be-
J" of a Network System.
[Is of this network are to
the needs of women,
support groups,
en Jewish identity and
Wy involvement.
career minded women I
working within our
Ry are invited to join the
1 committee to plan pro-
ad select a direction for
up. Please call Lisa
Ht the Jewish Federation
71 Broward for further in-
* concerning this unique
Sommers, a committee member.
Popular American music and
dancing will be part of the pro-
gram starting at approximately
10:30 p.m. This will be followed
by a late movie and late night re-
freshments of bagels, cream
cheese, etc.
In addition to traditional Suc-
coth food, sangria, soft drinks,
munchies, etc. will be available.
"We have scheduled a full eve-
ning of exciting activities for
everyone," commented Allen
Adler, another YAD member.
The YAD Succoth party is
scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 10
at 8 p.m. at the Jewish Com-
munity Center, 2838 Hollywood
Blvd. There is a donation of $5.
The Young Adult Division of
Jewish Federation of South Bro-
ward is a group of singles who are
concerned with the future of Jew-
ish people in South Broward, the
United States and the world. The
Young Adult Division includes
social, cultural and educational
programs. For additional infor-
mation, call Dr. Ira Sheier or
Anita Lorenz at the Jewish
Federation.
HOLD THE DATE
JANUARY 17, 1982
The Jewish Federation of South Broward will be hold-
ing its second annual Super Sunday, a mammoth one day
"Phon-A-Thon." Help us make this year's Super Sunday
as successful as last year's.
Super Sunday chairmen are Al Golden and Brenda
Greenman.
The Federation needs you and your organization's par-
ticipation. For additional information, contact Susan
Marx at the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
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Lisa Greene Joins
Staff Of JFSB
Lisa Greene joined the staff of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward in June as Assistant
Director of Women's Division.
Ms. Greene earned a Master of
Science Degree in Education
from the University of Miami and
a Bachelor of Science Degree in
Health Education from the
University of Maryland.
She has worked in several
capacities in social welfare
agencies, specializing in women's
services.
Ms. Greene will work with
Women's Division Director
Beverly Bachrach in various as-
pects of Women's Division, with
major concentration on the
Shalom events. Bus Tours and
Business and Professional Wo-
men's Network.
Marion Salter
Post Haste Shopping Center
4525 Sheridan St., Hollywood, Fla.
Phone 91-6998
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Volume 11
4 TISHRI 5742
Number 20
Yom Kippur
The chant of Kol Nidrei will be heard in syna-
gogues throughout the world on (October 7) Wed-
nesday evening, ushering in Yom Kippur. the last of
the High Holy Days.
From the most humble congregation to our
gloriously-built temples, from gatherings in lands
where Jews must whisper for fear of their survival to
pioneer outposts in Israel, the chant will call us to a
spiritual stock-taking.
The universal, compelling force of Yom Kippur
has as much meaning for us today as it did in our
ages-old past. Perhaps more than any other Jewish
holiday, the Day of Atonement evokes a spirit of awe
in the heart of every Jew.
In the chanting of "Uv-chen Tayn Pachdecha."
we implore: "And put Thine awe on all Thy crea-
tures, that they may all form one force to do Thy
will." Here, the meaning of Judaism aspires toward
total identification with its highest belief.
And, in this aspiration, all Jews recognize the
essential unity of their faith. In direct contrast, there
can be no greater tribute to the dignity of the indi-
vidual Jew.
Yom Kippur, according to tradition is the day
on which mans fate is sealed for the year to come. On
Rosh Hashana, it is merely recorded and, during the
Ten days of Penitence, we make one final effort to as-
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y, October 2, 1961
^^JshFloridianandShofarofGreaUrHnU^,^
Perceiving Time Relation
*2
By ELAINE PASEKOFF PINES
-One of the things I cannot grasp i* #,-, M; A
I wtoll .W iiwre My done to deatA at TrebZhnJ"- *' a"
LA /arm,, /Ie IAousand Mb, aU;ay h ftS York ITre'lZ!* 0n
\g or... worrying about the dentist The\Z0rt,?fr
Vaneous. experience are so different their Zu^Zl tt
us a paradox that I puzzle over time pl c ?, ^
ce. by William Styron. tmu- From SophuS
According to police, a group of
Catholic pilgrims was re-
turning from mass at the Church
of the Holy Sepulchre and had
Chairmen Appointed For
Leadership Development Committee
Dr. Robert S. Pittell, president
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, has appointed chair-
men for the Leadership Develop-
stopped at a gift shop in an alley ment Committee.
leading to thf New Gate in the .. .v.:
year ago this week, a
i exploded outside of a major
gogue in Paris Four people
killed, and 12 injured as a
It of this terrorist attack. In
lion to this crime, thousands
kgry and shocked demonstra-
I marched down the Avenue
Champs Ely sees to protest.
[marchers included Jews and
lews from a variety of poiiti-
ersuasions. all condemning
rident, and calling for a
> such attacks
It would seem there is no end
in sight to terrorist attacks, and
no ethnic or religious group can
feel itself safe. Two weeks ago, a
terrorist hand grenade attack in
the Old City of Jerusalem fatally
wounded a 65-year old Italian vi-
sitor and injured 28 other per-
sons, most of them Roman
Catholic tourists on a religious
pilgrimage. Three of the
wounded are listed in poor condi-
tion. The others sustained only
slight wounds.
immunity Relations Committee!
Jewish Federation of South Broward
i Relate
ear Friend:
now from your previous cor-
sndence to me of your deep
em with the proposed F-15
kncement-AW ACS package
(to Saudi Arabia. Itisacon-
l that I ver\ much share. I do
believe that this proposed
I is in the best interests of the
led States. Israel, or the
of peace in the Middle
The Congress has a clear
jnsibility to prevent this ill-
ed arms sale and I have
with other Senators in
iring a resolution of disap-
|al. This resolution will be in-
ttced in the Senate once the
ty day prenotification period
ended and the Administra-
afficially submits the pack-
t the Congress.
I feel the Congress
[Id generally support the Pre-
in his implementation of
nation's foreign policy, the
ress does have an important
light role to play in the case
jor arms sales A majority
in the Senate attempted to
Me the President not to
forward with the AW ACS
A majority of the
I of Representatives also in-
Bd their position Despite
lear bipartisan advice, the
frustration has persisted in
M'ng the *aie. I believe
leas must respond by re-
Ig the proposal.
I*e a number of objections
arms sales package. It is
Israel's defense will be
eopardized bv the in-
ci ion of AW ACS aircraft in
iddk East, which flies in
' of the Long-Standing
nmitment to Israeli sa-
lt is unwise from the
Point of U.S. national
to place control of the
sophisticated AW ACS
'ogy in the hands of any
particularly in the volatile
eEast. Further, to sell the
|enhancement items would
explicit assurances given
Pgress in 1978 regarding the
pve capabilities of the Saudi
bottom line is that the F-
ACS sale is not in the best
of the United States. I
k for its defeat in the
|h best regards, I am
Sincerely,
LawtonChilea .
The Silent Killer
how to take your own
Pressure and how to live
inypertension at free hour-
glasses offered by Com-
fy Hospital of South Bro-
ln Hollywood. Classes are
I every Monday evening,
"> afternoon, and Wednes-
nrp.mg. Pre registration is
P| Call thi Public Rela-
L'^'runent at 966-8100.
r-mjnuy Hospital is located
iwi W est HaUandale Beach
just west.
. Gate in the
i northern wall of the city. Two
assailants hurled grenades from a
rooftop.
The injured included three
Arabs, two Dutch tourists andan
American soldier. The fatally
wounded man was from Milan,
and was a member of the Catholic
party which arrived in Israel
three days before for a five day
visit.
The incident was the second
fatal attack on European tourists
in Jerusalem in one month. In
late August, a German tourist
died after he was shot in the head
while walking along the Via
Dolorosa.
Four people killed one year ago
in Paris, two religious pilgrims
killed in Jerusalem in the last
month, and two killed in Vienna
last month all tragic statistics
which prove that "time relation"
cannot be ignored.
The chairmen for the Metropo-
litan area will be Betty and Bud
Unmans, land Janie and Brian Ber-
man. The chairmen for the West
area will be Debbie and Tony
Lundy, and Jan and Richard Ziff.
on a broad spectrum of con-
temporary Jewish concerns
These programs will feature ex-
perts speaking on their respective
topics in an attempt to examine
the challenges that face the
Jewish Community.
The first program will be on
Sunday, Oct. 18, at 8 p.m., at the
home of Janie and Brian Ber-
man. Marilyn Tallman, noted
lecturer and Jewish historian
from Chicago, will be speaking on
"Discovering Jewish History
Through Your Family Roots."
For more information, contact
The Jewish Federation, 921-8810.

Tit yuJuM- 4
Gold's UtttUAaJM
NEW YEAR

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Page 6
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
l> Illl If ill*
Congratulations to Otto and
Evelyn Steiber. They are cele-
brating their 40th wedding anni-
versary. The Steibers are very
special to the South Broward
Community. A wonderful oc-
casion for a super couple who are
loved and respected by their
many, many friends
li was September in Paris for
Shirley Fischler and daughter
Lori. Before assuming her
position as a Washington, D.C.
attorney. Lori studied French at
the Sorbonne. Shirley, also an at-
torney, joined her lor two weeks
Together t hey may have studied
the French judicial system or
simply relaxed and enjoyed the
hopping.
Maze I tov to Sam and Iris
Frey. Daughter Jane has become
engaged to Adam Kugler ol
Tenaflj N.J Both Jane and
-\aam arc Tulane graduate-
lane is employed as an assistant
buyer at A & S Department
Adam, who is a champion
will be associai
Hank after tie compli I
at N".
he happy news Sam and
I ris enjoj
with
darv in Toronl
Incident ally Jane discovered
.luhe wetnateiii
town Hollywood is a neighbor m
Manhattan
Allen and Esther Gordon
beaming with happiness Tne
was a garnering to in-
traduce their handsome future
in-law Paul Fasbmder whi
ngag
daughter, Kobin. The coupli
R .
lie university for her
pathology,
financial an;,
tamily lives in K
City. The poise ana charm of this
young couple is a delight.
Hobin looked beautiful in a
bride-like ecru cocktail dress, her
personable finance beside her.
Esther chose an exquisite hostess
outfit in a new shade of plum.
Alien was a genial host. Grand-
mother, Mary Zinn was charming
and gracious as always. Few
family parties are complete
without Mary's delicious chop-
ped liver, and guests that eve-
ning enjoyed her culinary spe-
cialty. Paul's mother, aunt and
uncle, Robin's brother Brian and
aunt Rita Ilowitt all joined the
festivities. Rita has wonderful
news also. Son Ira Vernon will
wed Penny Gretainger in Novem-
ber.
Among the friends meeting
and greeting the happy couple
were Dr. Norman and Gloria
Umbel. Hy and Hilda Corn, Dr.
Bernie and Annette Milloff, Jerry
and Joan Raticoff. (Daughter
Dana recently graduated from
FIU) Also Stunner and Dina
Kaye, Rabbi and Leila Shapiro,
Andy and Brenda Green man.
Sonny and Betty Finkelatein, Dr.
Seymour and Sunonne Dunn.
The Dunns had just heard from
former partner, anesthesiologist
Danny de La Pen ha and wife Bil
lie who have moved to Hilton
Head, S.C. Fang and I had
visited the de La Penha's in their
countrified beautiful new home
during the summer.
It was a splendid evening filled
with good cheer and good friends
celebrating the engagement of
two lovely young people.
Lucky Robin will next be guest
of honor at a bridal shower in Oc-
tober at the fabulous Le Club In-
ternational. Hostesses will be
Anita Courtney, Nancy Atkin.
Maralyn Anton, Iloo Seidman.
Joan Raticoff. Dianne Shaffer.
Beverly Shapiro, and Teddy
Romanik.
Friends at
coming back
Gert Entin
vacation up
Hillcrest
to town
from a
north in
are wel-
Sol and
summer
the cool
mountains. Also Jack and Ruth
Rosen have returned from a de-
lightful visit with their children
Best wishes to Doug and Marzi
kaplan on the Bat Mitzval
daughter Karen at Temple Beth
Shalom. Sister and brother
Hilary and Russell returned
home from college to share in the
family celebration. Marzi
recently joined her husband as a
member of the Bar She has
joined the staff of the Broward
County Attorney's Office
Attorney Maurice Enszleberu -
also an avid marathon runner He
and daughter Lori have qualified
for the Oct. 28 New York Mara-
thon Stephanie promises to
bring back a complete report to
the crew at the JCC.
Dr. Paul and Ruthie Rodensky
happilv bid farewell to daughter
Karen" as she left for a year in
London. England to study-
theatre at the Drama Studio.
Kathv Kelrick. daughter of Joe
and Patti Kelrick will also be in
London studving for a career in
the film industry The girls will
share an apartment Sounds likt
a great year' It won't be long be-
fore both parents find an excuse
to visit
I veryone knows of the cele-
brated author Leon Uria. On Oct.
10 at 10 p n. he will speak at
Temple Sinai in cooperation with
Federation's Community
Relations Committee Ni
should miss the opportunity t
th( famous author of
as h. introduces His
book There is no ch
tor tne exciting program which is
part of the Temple Sinai Book
Festival. The hard working com-
mittee includes Barbara Stein.
Ronni Simon Elaine Pittell.
Florence Rosenthal. 1 hope to see
vouthen
Our warmest greetings to all our Friends
May the New Year bring peace
throughout the world.
American Friends of the
Hebrew University
Otto Stieber
Chairman,
State of Florida
NatPritcjJ
HaUandale-Hnlu-u-oodSS]
Happy Holidays
vm?
Richard A. Barnett
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Friday, October 2, 1981
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Page 7
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Think again.
\M7hy do yu thir^ your
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Because its ads say so?
But other brands' ads are
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Just where is a tar-
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Well, numbers don't lie.
So we've put the tar levels of all
these claiming-to-be-lowest
brands into the chart below.
That way you can see just
how much tar your brand has.
And something else-there's
one brand lower in tar
than any of the other "lowest"
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Page 8
The
Jewish Ptojtogg st.nfr of Greater Hollywood
Friday, Octobtr2,
1911
Women's Division Board Retreat
L -i m hold The 34 Board members traveled together by bus to the hotel. They were unawir.*!
The Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of South Broward recently neia ^ destination until they boarded the bus, Mrs. Rosenberg explained. "ol
their first Board Retreat at the Four Ambassadors Hotel in Miami. ^ ^^ guegt speaker G Weinberger discussing Team BuUdW
The Retreat was under the auspices of In-Service Vice President Audrey wieune. ^^ ciiulianti discussing Moral Majority; Maxine Schwartz discussing TzedZk'
event was a tremendous success, due to the capable leadership of Chair- The Righteous Road to a Successful Campaign ; and Dr. Bernard Schechterm,,,
la Rosenberg and Co-Chairwomen Esther Gordon and Rhea Kneger, Mrs. ^u^g Policies in the Middle East.
The
woman Delia
Meline said.
The women returned to Hollywood at the end of the fun-filled day with p
knowledge and a new camaraderie between them, Mrs. Rosenberg added.
From left are Marge Saltzman, Joan Gross, Marilyn Neuman, Fannie Schifnn and
Susen Grossman.
From left are Esther Gordon, co-chairwoman; Rhea Krieger, co-chairwoman; D*
Rosenberg, chairwoman; and Audrey Meline, In-Service vice president.
i rom left are Sylvia Kalin, Bobbie Levin, president; Bertha Goldberg and Hannah
A del.
From left are Esther Gordon, co-chairwoman; Beverly Shapiro and Jo Ann Kit*
ri&~
From left are Carol Press. Susan Singer, Bea Mogilowitz and Nancy Brfael,
vice president.
From left are Gloria Hesa, Sylvia Stein, Jack! Rekhbaum and Joan Raticoff.
'S^IMb/MbkB^.
t>

From left are Florence Roth, Community Education vice president; Lee Schatzberg,
Evelyn Stieber and Arlene Ray, Leadership Development vice preaident.
From left are Janie Berman. Brenda Green roan and Florence
Education vice preaident.
Roth.


Friday, October 2,1961
The Jewish Ptoridian and Shofar of Oretaer Hollywood
Page 9
<
Events
The Jewish Community
tenters of South Broward will be
siding Wednesday Workshops
topics of interest to the
bmmunity as a whole. The first
(orkshop will take place on Oct.
Mark Fried, Vice-President
ranch Mananger of Butcher &
Inger, Inc. will discuss
ftocka", "C.D.'s", the "Money
irket" and how to make your
jney work for you.
uture workshops will include
issroads", a workshop on
r chance and-or career re-
try led by Linda Pasekoff,
Career Planning Consul-
it, on Nov. 18 and "Coping. .
Challenge of the 80's in-
cted by Sherwin Rosenstein,
.S.W., Director of Jewish
ily Services of Broward
nty on Dec. 16.
fh- public is invited to attend
Wednesday Workshops,
rli begin at 8:00 p.m. at the
ash Community Centers of
Ih Broward 2838 Hollywood
_evard. The fee for each
kshop is $5 for JCC members
S7.50 for non-members.
Mfee and cookies will be
further information please
Bet Judy Glazer at 921-6511.
Jgistration for Adult Classes
i JCC's of South Broward is
in progress. The classes in-
various aerobic dance ex-
classes, a stained glass
ballroom dancing for
two levels of bridge
tfction. a Diet Workshop,
in quilting, Parent
tiveness Training, copper-
calligraphy, bookbinding,
photography, art appreci-
|and painting.
classes are scheduled to
the week of Oct. 26.
|iret explaining the full
pi JCC programs are avail-
pon request. The classes
pen in the public and
ership in the. JCC's of
[Hroward is not required.
act Judy Glazer 2838
krood Boulevard at 921-
}i further information.
Dice:
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Women's American ORT,
South Broward Region, will hold
a Donor Society Kick-off break-
fast on Oct. 15 at 10 a.m. at
Emerald Hills Country Club.
For further information, call
Sarah Fellner, 961-2767.
BEN-GURION
The David Ben-Gurion Culture
Club will hold a dedication of an
ambulance to Israel followed by a
Simchat Torah Dinner and
Dance.
The dedication begins at 5 p.m.
and the Dinner begins at 7 p.m.
The event is being held at the
Hallandale Jewish Center.
AMERICAN MIZRACHI
WOMEN
The Tamara Chapter of Ameri-
can Mizrachi Women will hold
meetings on Oct. 15, Nov. 19 and
Dec. 17 at 12 noon at 3901 S.
Ocean Dr., Hollywood.
For further information, call
458-8053.
HADASSAH
Hemispheres Hadassah will
hold regular meetings on the first
Tuesday of each month at 12
noon in the Hemispheres Ball-
room.
A square dance and supper will
be held on Oct. 17 in the Ocean
Ballroom at 6:30 p.m.
A Nat Allen Fashion Show
Luncheon will be held on Nov. 24
at 12 noon in the Hemispheres
Ballroom.
The Habimah Players will per-
form on Dec. 22 at 8 p.m. in the
Hemispheres Ballroom.
For further information, call
Ethel Gould, 458-7375 or Rose
Pollen, 458-0567.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar ofGreaterHoUywood_
Silent No More
Soviet Jewry Update
Friday, October 2.19Ri
MOSCOW The Third Mos-
cow International Book Fair took
place Sept. 1 to 8, with American
representation sharply reduced
by past clashes over censorship
and human rights.
However, the display of the
Association of Jewish Book Pub-
lishers (AJBP) was welcomed
with great enthusiasm by thou-
sands of culturally starved Soviet
Jews who thronged the stand to
get a glimpse of their heritage.
Many of them had traveled 10
to 12 hours and stood on long
lines to attend the Fair. The
AJBP booth, one of the eight
American stands in the two large
Book Fair pavilions, displayed
more than 800 titles about Jewish
life and history. Hebrew and Yid-
dish melodies played at the
exhibit evoked nostalgic feelings
in older Jews and interest and
excitement in the young.
Two books were banned from
the AJBP shelves by Soviet
censors: "American Jewish
Yearbook 1981," published by
the American Jewish Committee,
and a children's version of Abba
Eban's "History of the Jews."
Other books by Mr. Eban, in-
cluding one confiscated in 1979,
were permitted. Soviet author-
ities also prohibited AJBP of-
ficials from distributing the 8,500
plastic promotional records of
Hebrew and Yiddish folk songs
they had brought along, although
similar records had been per-
mitted for distribution in 1979.
The Israeli exhibit, one of the
largest at the Book Fair, proved
equally popular, displaying
shelves of books in Russian, He-
brew, Georgian and Arabic, along
with colorful Israeli posters.
Representatives of the AJBP
held a press conference on their
return to New York City on Sept.
10. Sol Scharfstein. AJBP
President-elect and President of
KTAV Publishing House, and
Dr. Israel Kugler, President of
the Workmen- Circle, stressed
ihi- fad thiit there was a "hunger
and need' tor Jewish books re
cords and i-'iucational mat'
in Russian. Hebrew and Yid
and d I the overwhelming
enthusiasm with which Soviet
Jews greeted their display. They
stated that for the first time So-
viet publishing authorities
realized the seriousness of the
AJBP's mission and the possibil-
ity of opening up a two-wav com-
mercial dialogue. Soviet publish-
ing officials, who will be visiting
the United States in the next few
months, have expressed a desire
to meet with members of the
AJBP.
Emigration Lowest in Decade
Daring the month of August
only .430 Jews' left the Soviet
Union, the smallest monthly
figure in a decade.
Few permissions are currently
being issued, making it likely
that the year's total will also be
the lowest in 10 years.
- i
KISHINEV Vladimir Tsu-
kerman and Osip Lokshin are ex-
pected to be tried in Kishinev
Supreme Court on Sept. 23 or 24.
Both have been formally charged
with "circulation of fabrications
known to be false which defame
the Soviet state and social sys-
tem," and "organization of, or
active participation in group
actions which violate public
order." If convicted on both
counts, they could each be sen-
Natiuimi j.-uriah Organization
Seekuv i thX Executive Director
Please send resume to:
P.O Box 6146. Hollywood, FL
33021
tenced to six years' imprison-
ment.
The state defamation charge
came as a shock to the two men
and the Kishinev refusemk com-
munity, which anticipated a
charge based only on violation of
public order stemming from a
protest march on May 30 (see
Press Service, June 12,1981).
Tsukerman's home was
recently searched and three
books confiscated: "Exodus" by
Leon Uris, a book on Israel, and
one published in Israel. Testi-
mony was given during the in-
vestigation that Tsukerman had
lent his copy of "Exodus" to a
witness, who stated that others
had also borrowed it.
Tsukerman's lawyer is on
vacation and seems to avoid
working on the case. Lokshin, an
attorney, is expected to defend
himself.
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|Election of Iraqi As UN
>mbly President Is
Denounced By Israel
By YITZHAK RABI
1ITED NATIONS (JTA)
he election of an Iraqi diplo-
Ismat Kittani. as President
i 36th session of the General
ibly was sharply de-
ced by Israel. Kittani, Iraq's
^secretary for Foreign Af-
was selected by lottery
itwo secret ballots failed to
lire the required majority for
one of the three candidates
ke office
|a statement issued immedi-
after the election, Yehuda
Israel Ambassador to
I Nations, declared; "It
neasure of the regretable
\ (1 the United Nations'
am- that the UN General
ly should have elected as
esidenl the representative
ounlry which, as a result of
pie and onjjping acts of ag-
an. is in a state of war with
n of countries in the Mid-
Iraq is actively en-
h [ran and re-
lly in a state of war
I
i \f mconceiv-
\: Nations
. .;.uian ag-
gression against Ethiopia as
president of its assembly in 1936
and now. strangely enough, the
aggression of Saddam Hussein
(President of Iraq) is being re-
warded with the election of his
representative to the presidency
of the General Assembly of the
United Nations."
Kittani. a Kurd, said in his in-
augural speech immediately after
the election that the General As-
sembly must implement its reso-
lutions of past years, including
those on the rights of the Pales-
tinian people to self-
determination and statehood
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Holocaust Victims Must File Applications For Grants
. .. ... ..__., ^ .rcut. who The Claim- Conferee.
The Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany
called upon all Jewish victims of
Nazi persecution, who may be eli-
gible to receive grants from the
Claims Conference Hardship
Fund, to file their PPlf*"n"
not later than December 31,1981.
More than thirty million D.M.
t
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claimants.
The Hardship Fund is intended
primarily to handle applications
from such Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution who left Eastern Eu-
rope after 1965 when the deadline
for filing claims under the Ger-
man indemnification laws ex-
pired. Other persecutes who
B2 for very valid reasons to
fUe timely mdemnificationc^s
in past years may also apply to
the Hardship Fund.
The Claims Conference as-
sumed the responsibility for the
administration of the Hardship
Fund, which is funded by the
German Federal Government and
distributed
ill l MM! Guideline.
Guidelines limit indiviL
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sand D.M.) per person.
Applications may b. i
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Hardship Fund, 225 !7,
nue South, (10th flow O
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W. German Politicos Agree
To Loosen Arms Restraints
BONN (JTA) The ruling
Social Democratic Party (SPD)
and its junior coalition partner,
the Free Democratic Party
(FDP), have apparently reached
an agreement to modify West
Germany's self-imposed re-
straints on arms sales abroad
which could pave the way for a
massive arms deal with Saudi
Arabia, it was indicated by SPD
sources here.
Government spokesman
Lothar Ruel said the Cabinet
would make a binding decision on
the matter after the parliamen-
tary coalition makes its final
recommendations, expected in
the next few weeks
UNTIL NOW the government
has declined to comment on this
controversial issue. West
German policy has bean to refuse
to sell arms to countries at war or
in areas of tension such as the
Middle East. But last week, a
joint committee of the SPD and
the FDP recommended that some
of those restrictions be dropped
and that future arms sales be
predicated on the "vital foreign
and security interests" of West
Germany.
Waldheim's Hat
in Ring Again
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
- Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim declared here that a real
lasting peace" in the Middle East
can only be achieved "through a
comprehensive settlement. He
said that the solution of the
Palestinian problem is essential
to such a settlement.
Waldheim's remarKs on the
Mideast situation were made
during his traditional press con-
ference before the opening or the
UN General Assembly The 36th
session of the General Assembly
opened here "
Waldheim. commenting on the
present situation in the Mideast,
expressed satisfaction that the
ceasefire across the Israel-
Lebanon border is holding
In his opening statement,
Waldheim officially announced
his candidacy for a third term as
Secretary General for the next
five years. The Secretary General
is appointed by the General
Assembly and must be endorsed
by the Security Council.
Should the recommendation be
adopted by the government, it
could open the way to possible
arms sales to Saudi Arabia,
notably West Germany's power-
ful Leopard II tanks and other
armored wehicles. Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt strongly fa-
vored such a deal earlier this year
but was deterred by opposition in
the Bundestag, including mem
bers of his own coalition.
Observers here say that Sch-
midt is likely to wait and see
whetherthe Reagan Administra-
tion goes through with its plans
to sell the Saudis AWACS
reconnaissance aircraft and en-
hancement equipment for the
Saudis" 62 F-15 fighterbombers
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curs, would the Chancellor be in a
position to proceed with the pro-
jected sale of sophisticated
German weaponry to the Saudis,
observers said.
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The Jewish Floridian and
Thunder of Zion
JDL Denies
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK- (JTA) -
The director of the Jewish
Defense League has denied
there are any militant fac-
tions in the JDL, after an
anonymous group, calling
itself "Thunder of Zion,"
and claiming to be "a
million faction" of the JDL,
claimed responsibility for
two firebomb incidents in
Manhattan.
Amo Weinstein, the JDL Di-
rector, told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency there are no
"factions" in the JDL. But. he
added, in the routine JDL re-
action to such reports, that the
JDL "applauded" the actions of
the group in the hope they would
focus attention on Soviet sup-
pression of Jews.
SEVEN FIREBOMBS, in-
cluding one that detonated, were
placed in the area of the Soviet
Mission to the United Nations,
leading police officials to increase
security precautions in the area
on Manhattan's upper East Side.
In the other incident, police re-
ported that a small bomb ex-
ploded at 1:40 a.m. at the Four
Continent Book Store on lower
Fifth Avenue, causing minor |
damage to the front window of
the bookstore which sells books
published in the Soviet Union A
caller told news agencies that
Ties to Militant Faction
said. The four other bombs were
TEMPLE SINAI
A New Member Sabbath will
be held on Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.
Religious Directory
NORTH BR0WARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL 7100 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
PhHNp A Labowttz. Cantor Maurice
ANsu.
TEMPLE BETH ORR 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform.
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9108
57th St Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman.
MIRAMAR
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 0820 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul PtotMn.
Cantor Joseph Wlchewwskl.
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE BETH EMET. Pines Middle
School. 200 NW Douglas Rd,
Liberal Reform Rabbi Bennet
Greenspon.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd, Hollywood. Conservative. Rab-
bi Bernard P. Shoter.
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA-
TION. 400 S. Nob. Hill Rd. Rabbi
SheonJ. Harr.
RECONSTRUCnONIST SYNA-
GOGUE 7473 NW 4th St.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER 416
NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein, PhD Cantor Jacob
Danziger
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes.
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Land man.
TEMPLE BETH EL 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
St Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold.
CONG. LEV! YrrZCHOK. OR
thodox. Rabbi Raphael Ten
nenhaus. 1504 Wiley St.
TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Seymour Friedman.
Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Robert Ungar.
TEMPLE SOLEL 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood. Fla 33021. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Robert P. Frazln.
Cantor Michael Kyrr.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOO
FORT LAUDERDALE 3291 Stirling
Road. Orthodox. Rabbi Edward
Davis.
"Thunder of Zion" claimed
responsibility. The caller said the
group was demanding the release
of Soviet Jewish dissident Ana-
tory Sharansky and "all Soviet
Jews."
Like the JDL, local law en-
forcement officials said they had
nver hear of the group. A spokes-
man identified the group, in tele-
phone calls as the "Thunder of
Zion" wing of the JDL.
THE BOMB that went off in
the Soviet Mission area had been
placed under an empty car with
diplomatic license p'atfs.
producing minor damage. The
car, however was registered to
the Nigerian Mission to the UN.
Two of the six firebombs had
been placed under unoccupied
Soviet Mission cars parked near
the mission building. They had
failed to go off because their
lighted fuses went out, police
Temple Solel
Sisterhood
True to promise Sisterhood
monthly meetings are proving to
be interesting and unique. The
Thursday, Oct. 15 program is ear-
marked ,to be a fun-filled day.
The annual Paid-Up Membership
Luncheon 10:30 a.m. can
truly be termed among the year's
highlight events; packed with
much laughter and sumptuous
food
Leonora AncheH's "This Is
Your Life" program seeks out a
victim whose Mother husband
or well-meaning best friend told
all-many incidents or escapades
long since laid to rest by the
mystery lady. It is with much
trepidation that the membership
hears those thunderous words
"This Is Your Life" followed
by the inevitable exclamation
"oh no not me."
The program closes with a gift
book well equipped with old
glot OS and news items. Cobbie
azansky and Nancy Kaaky will
co-host; and as usual; do justice
to the day with a delectable
catered lunch.
Temple members are invited to
join Sisterhood for one year
courtesy of Sisterhood. Non-
Temple members may become
Sisterhood members for one year
only dues $18.
We look forward to seeing you
Oct. 15. All potentials are wel-
come!
found in a litter basket near the
mission building and were re-
moved without incident by the
police bomb squad.
Patrick Murphy, police depart-
ment chief of operations said
after the bombs were found that
the regular around-the-clock four-
man security detail for the Sov-
iet Mission was being expanded
by three more officers on eacn
shift. He also said unspecified
anti-crime measures were being
increased.
He said the bombings in-
dicated "a step up from the usual
harrasment" of abusive tele-
phone calls, including bomb
threats, to the Soviet Mission.
Joseph Valiquette. a special
agent of the New York office of
the Federal Bureau of Investiga-
tion, said his agency was con-
ducting "a very active" inves-
tigation of the bomb incidents.

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The Jewish DeGaulle
A First: Arab Delegates Fail
To Attack Israel at Confab
|fiy WILLIAM SAFIRE
Dr's Note: The following was
nted from The New York
Sunday, August 30, 1981
pn.
kRUSALEM Menachem
is not exactly a press ag-
dream. He lectures
sion newsmen about their
lions; he makes ultra-
ilated American Jews un-
trtable with his accented
sh and pricks other con-
tes with unwanted remind-
the holocaust; after his
bombing blunder, he
bellicose, rigid, didactic. I
Ithe day after a summit with
pent Sadat in Alexandria,
[former Irgun guerrilla
ndril to an invitation to
on some of his great con-
traries.
fcolda Meir, whose picture
i on his wall with the other
prime ministers: "Strong.
Brig prime minister. Proud
[a Jewess. Her main weak-
vas her so-called kitchen
It."
)avid Ben-Gurion: "Some
sharpest debates in the
e( were between David
arion and me,*' he says.
\o fought savagely over the
Effective way to oust the
from Palestine. Begin's
rround organization,
Ben-Gurion, waged all-
ron the British; when they
I seven of Begin's men, the
leader carried out his
to hang two British
Its.
Hearst reporter John
recently learned from
is Prime Minister Pierre
lu that British Prime Min-
|argaret Thatcher still held
taliation against Mr. Be-
laying she would treat the
only with the protocol
|ry I asked about Mr.
estimation of Mrs.
Br
said that was because of
sergeants," replied Isra-
ne Minister, "she didn't
|t seven of my friends were
and this is the reason
ue two sergeants were
We warned the British
and 'Don't hang our
they are not criminals,
i fighters for freedom if
I we shall retaliate.' They
|t heed the warning.
I or less two years ago, I
London on a private visit
Mrs. Thatcher invited
me to 10 Downing Street for a
luncheon. Completely Kosher, a
rabbi was present during the
luncheon, and I was very grateful
to her. I didn't invite myself; she
invited me.
"We had a talk, sometimes
some sharp exchanges about the
Second World War and the holo-
caust and the destruction of our
people, but why she said she
would see me only when it was
necessary, I don't know. Then
when I was re-elected I got from
her a very heartwarming cable of
congratulations. So the story
may not be true.
"She's a very strong prime
minister, I must admit," added
Mr. Begin. "I wouldn't be able to
withstand what's happening now
in that prison with the Irish hun-
ger strikers."
Like Mrs. Thatcher, Mr. Begin
is accurately described as a hard-
liner, a characterization he does
not like. He points to his trade of
the entire Sinai, including oil
fields, air bases and especially
Israeli settlements "which
gave me great pain in my soul"
for peace with Egypt. But
doesn't this unwanted reputation
as hard-liner make it possible for
Mr. Begin to make great conces-
sions for peace, as De Gaulle did
by giving up Algeria?
"I don't think De Gaulle was a
hardliner. De Gaulle was a differ-
ent man from me. First of all, he
was a great man, and you don't
compare yourself to any great
man. But then he was a curious
man I am not a curious man. I
"laughing "I am a simple
man and a simple Jew.
"I knew him quite well. Long
talks with him. He believed in
what he called French grandeur.
He reached the conclusion that in
his time, with decolonization, he
wouldn't be able to hold Algeria.
"The difference is that the Al-
gerians never asked for Paris.
They asked for Algeria. The so-
called PLO ask for Jerusalem, for
the state of Israel people
sometimes make comparisons
which are limping on both legs."
Whether or not that PLO-
Algerian analogy holds, I think a
comparison between Mr. Begin
and the always-difficult, right-in-
t he-long-run De Gaulle is far from
lame.
Menachem Begin in 1930 be-
lieved, against the vast majority,
that a Jewish state would be
created, and he was right. In 1935
he predicted, against the major-
ity, that Hitler planned a holo-
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when many Jews and others were
sympathetic to the Soviet Union,
he opposed Communism so
strongly he was imprisoned in
Siberia: he was right about the
Soviet menace early, too. In 1943,
he believed it would take military
force to get the British to keep
their word, and was probably
right, and in 1948 opposed,
against the majority, assigning
the West Bank to Jordan, and
now we see how right he was.
Through eight straight elector-
al defeats, he believed he would
one day be Prime Minister of
Israel, and was right. Accused of
being a warmonger, he insisted
he could make peace, and did.
With polls predicting a two-to-
one defeat, he believed he could
win reelection and was right
again.
Maybe he is not a press agent's
dream, and maybe his stature is
shorter than le grand Charles
but through two generations,
Menachem Begin has shown
himself to be the most consis-
tently underestimated man in the
world.
RIO DE JANEIRO For the
first time in many years, Israel
was not attacked by Arab dele-
gations at an international
gathering, this one the 10th
Congress of International Law in
Sao Paulo.
By unanimous vote of the 97
participating countries, some
4,000 delegates, resolutions
offered by the Israel delegation
were adopted. Among them that
oil should not be a tool of interna-
tional pressure; that terrorist
groups must be fought; that
human rights must be respected.
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delegations disappeared from the
meeting before the voting.
Jerusalem attorney Yitzhak
Menner, president of the Israel
Bar Association's council and
leader of the Israeli delegation to
the congress, was one of the nine
members of the resolutions com-
mittee.
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