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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
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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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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Volume 12-Number 4
Hollywood, Florida Friday, February 19, 1982
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Price 36 Cents
Israel a
Mission to
Seffovf
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Passover
Mission to Israel haa been sold
out, reports Nat Sedley, chair-
, man and Joe Raymond, co-chair-
Lman. Ninety people have signed
up for the March 31 April 14
Mission, which promises to be a
comprehensive tour of Israel at a
leisurely pace.
This trip to Israel includes five
star hotels and all meals, round
trip airfare from Fort Lauderdale
and sight-seeing with renowned
I'JA guides. The cost of $2,095
per person, double occupancy is
I- an incredible value.
Beginning Monday, March 1,
and continuing through the end
of March, Ulpan classes will be
held at the Federation building
from 2-4 p.m. for Mission par-
ticipants.
Joe Raymond encourages
those people who are still in-
terested in participating in the
Mission, but have not signed up
yet, to contact Susan Marx at
921-8810. The Federation is now
accepting checks for standbys, in
Joe Raymond
case of cancellations of those
already registered.
"Don't miss out on this once-
in-a-lifetime opportunity," said
Raymond. "It will be a unique
experience, with no minimum gift
required, no solicitation and no
hidden charges."
See Photos Page 12
B now Shfllom
Luncheon Fob
More than 200 women are ex-
pected to attend the Women's
Division R'not Shalom Lun-
cheon, set for Thursday, Feb. 25
at Beth To rah Congregation,
according to Esther Gordon,
^chairwoman.
The event is being held on
In-half of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's 1982 United
Jewish Appeal-Federation Cam-
paign and will feature guest
sneaker Jackie Levine.
Mrs. Levine is the chairwoman
of the American Jewish Congress
National Governing Council and
a past president of its Women's
Division.
The B'not Shalom Luncheon
includes the five Women's
Division categories: Shomrai
(S5.000). Shoshana ($2,500). Chai
($1,800), Meirah ($1,000) and
Uyonah ($500), explained Nancy
I rfrizd, vice president, campaign.
Mrs. Brizel feels the challenge
for 1982 is greater than any they
have faced in the past.
"We deal with people, with
Nancy Brizel
human lives and there is no trust
more sacred than that. The local
services and programs we sup-
port must be bolstered. The
humanitarian programs we fund
in Israel are vital to human life
and well-being. Those benefiting
by these programs need our con-
tinuing help to strengthen the
quality of Jewish life," she ad-
ded.
Hod Hasharon Singers
Return To Israel
The Hod Hasharon Singers re-
turned to Israel on January 27,
leaving many new friends behind
to continue the campaign for
Project Renewal.
The four girls, Ronit, Iris, Sim-
ha and Rachel, and their teacher
and guitar accompanist, Freddy,
captured the hearts of the com-
munity, performing at more than
20 events in the two weeks they
were in South Florida includ-
ing two television shows
"Montage" on Channel 4, which
aired on Saturday, January 30 at
6:30 p.m., and "Mosaic" on
Channel 5 (West Palm Beach).
Hod Hasharon is South Bro-
ward's Project Renewal neigh-
borhood. Project Renewal seeks
to improve the quality of life in
distressed neighborhoods in Is-
rael by building and rehabilitat-
ing housing, creating special edu-
cational and recreational facil-
ities, and providing job training
and essential social support ser-
vices. The Project Renewal pro-
gram in Hod Hasharon is a part-
nership between the people of
Hod Hasharon, the Jewish
Agency in Israel and the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
The Hod Hasharon Singers
were formed approximately 18
months ago, when the four girls
participated in music education
classes provided by the Project
Renewal Program. Freddy, their
instructor, noticed the beautiful
blend of the four girls' voices and
formed the quartet.
The group has already
achieved great recognition. They
have performed on Israeli televi-
sion, bet ore Israeli President
Yit/chak Navon and recently
travelled to Germany to partici-
pate in a cultural exchange pro-
gram.
During the group's two week
stay in South Florida, many
South Broward people extended
limitless hospitality. Members of
the group stayed in the homes of
Audrey and Sam Meline. Joan
Continued on Page 13-A
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Each weekday over 115 seniors
receive hot kosher lunches at the
Jewish Community Center of
South Broward. These lunches
are responsible for getting many
of South Broward's seniors out of
their isolation, and into the
mainstream of life.
Eleanor Bernstein, ad-
ministrator of the Senior Adult
Nutrition Program for the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Broward, explained that approxi-
mately 350 seniors participate in
this hot lunch program, funded
under the Older American Act-
Title 3C, and subsidized in part
by the Jewish Federation of
South Broward. To qualify for
this program, a person must by
60 years of age or older. The
Center tries to service the most
needy, both in financial and so-
cial aspects.
Bernstein explained that if the
seniors did not participate in the
nutrition program, many of
them would never leave their
homes. The majority of the
seniors are isolated from their
families. Eating lunch at the
Center brings them out of their
homes, and interests them in par-
ticipating in many of the dif-
ferent programs the Center has to
offer.
In order to assist the seniors,
Continued on Page 4-A
High Mse Pacesetters
Exceed All Expectations
At Feb. 1 Brunch
"The High Rise Pacesetter
Brunch was an exquisite event,"
reports Otto Stieber, chairman of
the 1982 High Rise UJA-Federa-
tion campaign, "both in terms of
ambiance and in commitment."
Over 230 people attended the
February 7 Brunch at the elegant
Sheraton Bal Harbour, where
funds in excess of $100,000 were
raised. Participants were stirred
by the eloquent speech of Dr.
Ruth Gruber, author, foreign cor-
respondent and authority on the
Middle East.
All of the High Rise leadership
were quite pleased at the results
of the event. The High Rise
Brunch has traditionally been the
inauguration of the High Rise
campaign. Chairman Stieber re-
marked that with such a success-
ful brunch, he is filled with en-
thusiasm for the remainder of the
campaign
See Photon Page 8
From left are Otto Stieber, chairman of High Rise campaign; Saul
Singer, M.D., Campaign chairman; Dr. Rath Gruber; Robert Pittell,
M.D.. president; and Nancy Brizel. vice president, campaign. Worn-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 19 ]
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Hostess Chairwoman
Sis Altman has been named
Chavarut Hostess Chairwoman
of the Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of South Bro-
ward. announced Evelyn Stieber.
Beach chairwoman.
The Chavarut Luncheon is set
for Monday. March 8 at 11 a.m.
at the Sheraton Ba! Harbour. The
Habimah Players will provide en-
tertainment for the $100 mini-
mum commitment event. More
than 700 women are expected to
attend this second annual lunch-
eon.
Mrs. Altman has appointed
one woman from each of the four
geographical areas covered by
the Chavarut category as Area
Hostess Chairwomen.
Anne Lowe. representing
Hollywood, is responsible for the
women who will welcome those
attending tnt luncheon. Estelle
filattman. representing Hallan-
dale. is in charge of the hostesses
for registration. Man.- Cohen, re-
presenting Three Islands, will co-
ordinate the hostesses handing
out the luncheon programs. Rosel
Kroll. representing Golden Isles,
will work with her group of hos-
tOBBoa in directing people to their
"This year we have had so
much unity on the beach. All of
1 he women in our area are work-
ing together in order to make thi-
Chavarut Luncheon even more of
a success than last year's was.
Mrs. Altman explained.

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Friday. February 19,1982
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3-A
s Division Mans
Kehillah
Community leaders gathered
at the home of Betty Homans to
finalize plans and coordinate the
names of the 400 "Women Who
Care," who will receive in-
vitations to the new Kehillah,
(Hebrew for Community),
Brunch being planned for March
18 at Beth Torah Congregation.
This important event is part of
the Metropolitan Divison's, ($100
- S499), fund-raising efforts on
behalf of the Women's Division
1982 Campaign.
Chairwoman of the day, Jo
Ann Katz, is as excited about
this special fund-raising event as
she is about the guest speaker,
Michael Medved. He is the
noted author and TV personality
West Off! T
who wrote the best-seller What
Really Happened To The Class of
65?
Nancy Brizel, 1982 Women's
Divison Campaign Chairwoman
said. "This will be both a suc-
cessful and stimulating day, with
the participation of so many
women working diligently in the
kW
Jarkie and Alan Kan
The Western Young Leader-
ship Division of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward is
planning a cocktail party on
March fi. at 8 p.m., at the home of
Jackie and Alan Kan in Pem-
broke Pines.
The affair will be the first of its
kind in the area, encompassing
young couples from Pembroke
Pines. Pembroke Lakes. Rock
< reek, Cooper City. Miramar and
Havie.
There will be a minimum $250
per family commitment to the
1982 UJA-Federation campaign.
I .oral needs, and those of our
people in Israel have increased
greatly this year. As it is written
in (he Talmud, "All Jews are
responsible for one another."
Man Cohen, the representative
of Israel's Minister of Finance to
the Development Corporation for
Israel, will be the guest speaker.
For further information,
contact Susan Marx at the Jew-
ish Federation of South Broward,
921-8810.
preparations."
Serving on the Steering Com-
mittee are Janie Berman, Betty
Homans. Sylvia Kalin, Audrey
Klein, Carol Press, Arlene Ray,
Hannah Schorr and Susan
Singer.
Coordinators for the event are
Karen Baer. Marv Cohen,
Beverly Gandall, Mamie Gates,
Sandi Gelfand. Ruth Gillman.
Brenda Greenman, Fran Haskin,
Jill Hunter, Debbie Lundy, Merle
Lundy, Eleanor Neiderman,
Merle Orlove, Linda Patraka,
Naomi Prever, Debbie Rappa-
port, Barbara Rosenberg. Cheri
Rothschild, Sabina Sabin,
Maureen Schwartzberg. Beverly
Shapiro. Delly Weinberg, Lynda
Wilentz, Shane Wolf. Lila Zedeck
and Jan Ziff.
Hostesses attending include
Janie Berman, Joan Cooper,
Rhoda Donner. Sandi Gelfand,
Ruth Gillman. Fran Haskin. Jill
Hunter, Sylvia Kalin, Merle
Lundy. Mildred Meister, Gerry
Morrison. Ada Nassi, Merle
Orlove, Sherri Poliakoff, Carol
Press, Naomi Prever, Barbara
Rosenberg, Maureen Schwartz-
berg. Sylvia Saks, Beverly
Shapiro. Susan Singer, Lynda
Wilentz. Joan Youdelman, Lila
Zedeck and Shane Wolf.
Reservations for the "don't
miss" Champagne Brunch may
be secured through any hostess
or by calling the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward.
Seated from left are Barbara Rosenberg; Merle Orlove. arrangements
chairwoman; and Millie Meister. Standing from left are Fran Haskin,
Sandi Gelfand, Naomi Prever and Joan Cooper.
Seated from left are Susan Singer, Betty Homans. hostess chairwo-
man; and Carol Press, publicity chairwoman. Standing from left are
Beverly Shapiro; Nancy Brizel, campaign vice president; Janie Ber-
man; Jo Ann Katz, Kehillah chairwoman; and Sylvia Kalin.
Seated from left are Lynda Wilentz, Maureen Schwartzberg and Merle
Lundy. Standing from left are Rhoda Donner, Lila Zedeck. Mary Cohen
and Sherry Poliakoff.
Break of Day1
Seated from left are Mamie Gates, Shane Wolf and Joan Youdelman.
Standing is Beverly Bachrach, Women's Division Director.
"Break of Day" a four piece
band will be featured at the next
Jewish Federation of South Bro-
ward Young Adult Division soc-
ial gathering, Sunday, Feb. 28, at
8 p.m. at the Emerald Hills
Country Club.
Featuring guitar, bass guitar,
drums and lead vocalist, "Break
of Day" performs a wide variety
of popular music and has per-
formed regularly over the past
four years at South Florida clubs
and colleges.
"I was very happy to learn
that this group was available,"
commented Sheldon Lefkowitz
YAD co-chairman. "Live music
has always provided a good even-
ing for the participants in our
Young Adult Division social
events."
Additional information is
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Volume 12
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Number 4
X Realistic View
We wish it weren't another one of those inter-
minable debates on the shores of the East River in
New York involving yet another Israeli act of alleged
intransigency that has finally brought the United
States to consider the worth of its membership in the
United Nations.
Without U.S. threats to drastically reduce its
outsized contribution to the operating budget of the
so-called world peace organization, the likelihood is
that the General Assembly would have gone as far as
it hoped to go: to oust Israel from membership.
Even so, some of the things that our UN Am-
bassador, Jeane Kirkpatrick, said during the course
of the dabate in which she urged more moderate
action warrant further consideration. Warranting
even further consideration were here comments in an
interview on the CBS-TV program, 60 Minutes, the
week before.
In these, Kirkpatrick revealed that delegations
from the Third World and Communist-dominated
UN openly believe that there are too many Jews in
the U.S. Mission in policy-making positions.
Taken together, this blatant anti-Semitism with
the general Third World and Communist claptrap
about Jews and Israel as "racist, imperialist, Zion-
ist," causes us to wonder what it's all about.
Who would be most seriously damaged by a
United States withdrawal? You can bet that it would
be the United Nations, and they would never really
permit it.
Isn't it about time we started demanding a quid
pro quo for our membership in this laughable organi-
zation?
Congress will have 30 days to
review a proposal by the Reagan
Administration to sell civilian
communications equipment to an
Arab consortium which includes
the Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation and Libya, as well as Sov-
iet client states as Syria and
South Yemen but also pro-
American states as Egypt and
Saudi Arabia.
A detailed letter has been sent
by the Administration to mem-
bers of Congress assuring them
that the $79 million deal for the
22-member ARABSAT consor-
tium did not mean that the U.S.
was recognizing the PLO and
that the equipment would not be
used in an Arab satellite system
which might have military capa-
bilities. The deal was pulled back
last November in the face of Con-
gressional criticism that the
equipment might have military
capabilities.
The Administration notified
Congress of the proposed sale
last October 30 to comply with
the Arms Export Control Act but
Defense Secretary Caspar Wein-
berger told the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee on Nov. 3
that he was not aware of it.
Secretary of State Alexander
Haig. confronted with more Con-
gressional questions about
ARABSAT said on Nov. 4 that
the proposal was being with-
drawn pending further study. A
State Department spokesman
said that following "our consul-
tations with Congress, we have
no reason to believe that Con-
gress will disapprove the case.
If Congress, after its 30-day re-
view, approves of the sale, the
Administration intends to issue
an export license to Ford Aero-
space, manufacturer of the com-
munications equipment. Under
the Arms Export Control Act,
the license needed to ship the
equipment abroad is subject to a
Congressional veto. The equip-
ment is actually being sold to the
French firm Aerospatiale which
is assembling three satellites for
the consortium.
According to plans, the first
satellite is to be launched in early
1984. It will provide the Arab
world with more than 10,000 tele-
phone circuits and a television
channel. Negotiations have been
under way for a second satellite
to be launched by the U.S. space
shuttle in mid-1984.
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Centenary Marked fey Publication
EAST BERLIN The World Jewish Congress re-
ports that the occasion of the centenary of the Berlin
Weissensee cemetery has been commemorated by the
Jewish community of East Berlin with the publication of a
64-page documented booklet containing some 50 photo-
graphs of tombstones.
The booklet was published in collaboration with the
Institute of the Preservation of Ancient Monuments in
the German Democratic Republic, and is the first of a
series on historic cemeteries in the country. Editor is Dr.
Peter Kirchner, chairman of the East Berlin Jewish com-
munity, and there is an epilogue by Klaus Gysi, Secretary
of State tor Church Affairs of the German Democratic
Republic.
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transportation is provided to and
from the Center. If many of them
had to come by public transpor-
tation, they would have to take
three or four buses.
Bernstein emphasized that the
demand for participating in the
Nutrition program is great. "If
our facility were larger, we could
serve double the amount," Bern-
stein said.
In the next hour, 57 American
lads will try to kill themselves.
Many over problems that may
seem small to adults. But to
children, even little things
can be matters of life
and death.
Grades that weren't
quite high enough. A
broken date. A game
that wasn't won. One
more reason for feel-
ing they've failed to
measure up. To
others' expec-
tations. Or
their own.
Suicide is
the second
leading
cause of
death among
young people.
But it's
preventable. If only
someone recognizes
the danger signals in time.
Sudden changes in eating
and sleeping habits. Withdrawal horn
mends and activities. Becoming accident
prone. Talking about being "gone" or "better
off dead." The most dangerous sign of all is
making final arrangements giving away
favorite records, books or other treasured
possessions.
And don't think lads who talk about sui-
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As a parent, the most important thing
you can do is show you care.
Ask your children about their feelings.
And listen to what they have to say. Without
making judgments.
If you're concerned about self destruc-
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children, and
their families, learn
better ways of deal-
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One of the tragedies of youth suicide
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5-A
Perceiving If me Pelation
By ELAINE PASEKOFF PINES John Birch Society, issued a
One of the things I cannot grasp is time relation At an Press statement on the letterhead
hour when Jews were being done to death at Treblinka extermination of the Amendments Committee
camp, the overwhelming pfurality of human beings, two miles away on in which h assailed supporters of
Polish farms, five thousand miles away in New York, were sleeping or abortion rights as "bulldykes."
eating or worrying about the dentist ... The two order! of "queers." and "a sea of hard,
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hideous a paradox that I puzzle over tflw" FmM&pNfa
by William Styron.
Some extremely disconcerting
news was disclosed on a broad-
cast of CBS-TV's "60 Minutes"
on January 31. Jeanne Kirk-
patrick, the United States Am-
bassador to the United Nations,
spoke about the fact that various
delegates at the UN have ex-
pressed concern that there are too
many Jews in the U.S. Mission to
the UN and about Jewish in-
fluence on American policy.
Asked by Mike Wallace if she
was suggesting that there is anti-
Semitism in the UN, Kirkpatrick
replied that "Israel was a pariah
nation at the United Nations"
nnd that "there has been some
concern expressed about Jewish
influence within our Mission."
Pointing out that she has been
nn unconventional Ambassador
lN-cnu.se "not only am I o woman,
nnd not a man, but I'm, you
know, an academic and not a
diplomat," Kirkpatrick said that
she had brought along with her to
i he UN "a bunch of other people
who are not normally too entirely
acceptable as Ambassadors at
ihe UN. I brought in Jews and
Cubans as Ambassadors and
neither of those are particularly
popular or conventional kinds of
imbnssadorial representatives."
Kirkpatrick sharply criticized
i he UN, accusing it of double
standards in actions. She
miiI "The United Nations, very
Ini|iienlly. very very frequently
.iris on the basis <>t double
landards, rather than even-
andedrj Thai il ppfb* it those
nations whom to make
Is or scapegoats, very
different standards, and judges
them by them. Israel is one.
South Africa is one, the non-
Communist nations of Latin
America are other examples.''
She also noted that a great deal
<>( invectives are used at the UN.
Dirty names. Name calling.
racist, imperialist. Zionist, you
know, that sort of thing.'- The
Ambassador was asked by
Wallace if the UN should exist in
view of all the criticism levelled
against it. She replied: "Well, the
UN does exist. You know, like
death and taxes, the UN exists."
Ilsewhere in the U.S., the
Rules Committee of the Cali-
fornia State Senate approved a
resolution "deploring" the anti-
Semitic remarks of Sen. John
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Friday, February 19,1882
Prof, lobel Yo Speak At Park Place
On Sunday, Feb. 28 at 4 p.m.
in the Park Place Chib House,
Professor B. Z. Sobel will address
a Federation-UJA Fundraising
Cocktail Hour.
This annual event is to support
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Federation-UJA Cam-
paign. The campaign supports
tnany life-sustaining agencies
locally, nationally and overseas.
"We are very pleased that
Prof. Sobel will be joining us on
February 28," commented
Dorothy Jarow, who handles the
Arbor building in Park Place.
" Hopefully this year's campaign
Brandeis in 1969 to assume his
present post at Haifa University.
He has been published in a
variety of professional and
general journals including the
American Sociological Review,
The Jewish Journal of Sociology.
The Quarterly Review, Mid
Stream. Judaism. The Journal of
Scientific Study of Religion, The
American Jewish Historical
Quarterly, Jewish Social Studies
and many others.
Past Park Place Chairman Lou
Fine commented, "Each year, as
Park Place has grown, so has the
Federation-UJA Campaign. This
annual Cocktail Hour gives all
Park Place residents the oppor-
tunity to show their support tor
Jews in need around the world."
The Cocktail Hour will be held
in the Club House and there is a
minimum commitment of S100 to
the campaign. Building Chair-
men include: Arbor Dorothy
Jarow, Banyan Sam Popper,
Cypress Toby Silla. Doewood
Ted Hodee and Forrest Irwin
Blumberg. Additional in-
formation can be obtained from
building chairmen or by calling
Ira Sheier at the Jewish Federa-
tion.
To Address HMcrofJf
i
Morton Silberman, vice presi-
dent of AIPAC. will be the fea-
tured speaker at the Hillcrest
B'nai B'rith Lodge at its program
meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 23, at 8
p.m. in the Playdium.
Mr. Silberman is an authority
on the Middle East and speaks on
behalf of the only registered Jew-
ish lobby in Washington. D.C.
Professor B.Z. Sobel
will be eyen more successful than
last year."
Prof. Sobel is the Dean of the
faculty of Social Sciences and
Associate Professor of Sociology
at the University of Haifa. He
was born and educated in New
York City and after receiving his
Ph.D. at the New School of Social
Research. Prof. Sobel was an
instructor of Sociology at Miami
University and on the faculty of
Brandeis University. He left
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Friday, February 19,1962
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11-A
HMerest Women's Division of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward broke another record
this year when 530 women at-
tended the Eighth Annual
Luncheon on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal-Federation Cam-
paign.
This luncheon boasted the
I largest attendance ever. Credit
for the successful event goes to
the hardworking Luncheon
Committee of Gertrude Entin.
Gertrude Kronovet, Eleanor
Rabins and Gloria Hess, ex-
plained Hannah Adel, Dorothy
Chernuchin and Eleanor Lerner,
chairwomen.
from left are Rose Lothstein, Gertrude Kronovet,
and Reservations chairwoman; Helen Elbier and
To date, Hillcrest Women's
Divison has raised almost
$250,000, shattering their
original goal of $200,000, ex-
plained Nancy Brizel, vice presi-
dent, campaign.
Guest speaker at the event was
Israel Amitai. Entertainment
was provided by the Hod
Hasharon Singers, who were
visiting the area from Hod
Hasharon. Israel, the Jewish
Federation of South Broward s
Project Renewal neighborhood.
Hess, campaign consultant. Standing from left are Seated from left are Birdie Fell, Mildred Klessmer, Shirley
h Adel, chairwoman; Eleanor Lerner, chairwoman; Kravitz and Nellie Shanler. Standing from left are Gloria fl
fc Chernuchin, chairwoman; Gertrude Entin, Ar- Hess. Rona Lewit, Ida Sloan, Mildred Unterberser and
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Sealed from left are Byrdie Gould. Toby Greenberg. Fran
Cohen and Dorothy Sternberg. Standing from left are Lil-
lian Ehrlich, Dorothy Guttenberg. Rae Rosenblatt, Ruth
Rosen and Anne Cohen.
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from left are Ann Weitz, Belle Schlanger, Sylvia
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From left are Robert Pittell. M.D., president; Sumner
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Sylvia Frost (left) accepted a Shomrai pin on behalf of her
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Helen Marx (left) is presented with a Shomrai pin
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. February 19.1982
The Interfaith Council of
Greater Hollywood held their
fourth annual Brotherhood
Luncheon. Dr. Gregory Wolfe,
Some of the people who will participate on the Passover Mission are
seated from left Sam and Gloria Schickman and Sylvia Katz. Standing
from left are Morris and Pearl Kleinvex, Nat Sedley, chairman;
Evelyn Saidel and Harry Katz.
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keynote speaker at the event on
February 17 at the Rotary Club,
in Hollywood. Co-sponsoring the
Brotherhood Luncheon were the
South Broward Council of
Rabbis, The Catholic Deanery of
South Broward, the Ministerial
Association of Greater
Hollywood and the Hollywood
City Commission.
The following people par-
ticipated in the Luncheon:
Eleanor Handleman, chairman of
the luncheon; Sal Oliveri of
Nativity Church; Rev. Robert
Temple of Hollywood Hills
United Methodist Church; Lydia
King of the First Baptist Church;
Elaine Pittell, president of the
Interfaith Council of Greater
Hollywood; Dr. Stanley Kessel;
Rabbi Carl Klein, president of the
South Broward Council of
Rabbis; Deacon William Zandree
of the Catholic Deanery of South
Broward; Robert Preston, presi-
dent of the Ministerial Asso-
ciation of Greater Hollywood:
Mayor David Keating; and Rev.
Wayne Martin of the First
Baptist Church of Hollywood.
A presentation was made to
Helen Austin, wife of the late
Rev. Stuart Austin, immediate
past president of the Interfaith
Council of Greater Hollywood,
and to Chaplain Hal Denhart of
"Memorial Hospital.
A Cocktail Party was held recently at Clifton on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's 1982 United Jewish Appeal-Federation
Campaign. From left are Carl and Charlotte Goldstein, hosts; Roslyn
Solomon, co-chairwoman; Sylvan Solomon, chairman; Abe Melter,
vice chairman; and Karl Freedman, co-chairman.
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bruary 19,1982
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13-A
Marty Runs For BBYO
|59 a.m. on a crisp Jan.
; in Miami "Take your
set ... Then the
dws, and over 2,000
Irted on a 26.2 mile run
|e streets of Miami in
Orange Bowl Mara-
runners participated
sense of personal
Bt, others were testing
and still others just
run in a marathon to
could withstand the
Id finish.
in thousands stands
rh. as a person who
reached a very significant per-
sonal goal by finishing the 26 2
mile race. He is Marty Cohen,
former president of Coral Gables
I-odge of B'nai B'rith. Marty's
goal was to establish an ongoing
Israel Program Scholarship Fund
for Florida Region BBYO mem-
bers.
Last winter, Marty dedicated
himself to this project with the
support of his lodge. He started a
weight reducing-running regi-
men, which brought him from 200
plus pounds to 135 pounds, and a
aNiaro # voirar u|Oii
Meline, D.M.D., chair-
The Chaplaincy Com-
|the Jewish Federation
Broward, announced
}mmittee, together with
Community Centers
Jroward and the Jewish
irvice of Broward Coun-
anizing a "Share Your
oject. The aim of this
ire, according to Dr.
to bring families who
Seders together with
i or couples who do not
In to attend. We will
ipi to bring smaller
(jgether so that they can
eir Seders in a more
I setting.
jng to Dr. Meline, the
3ur Seder" participants
natched" by the mem-
bi1 new Hospitality com
>mposed of the Chap-
)mmittee, Jewish Com-
pentan of South Bro-
| Jewish Family Service.
littee includes Marilyn
(iood of Temple Israel of
will hold a Pre-Purim
In Sunday, Mar. 7 at 5
V temple, 6920 SW 35th
mar.
St for the full course din-
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The guests at the Seders will be
chosen by referrals from rabbis,
synagogues and the local Federa-
tion agencies. He added that
families who will be celebrating
Passover with Seders and those
who wish to join these families
are asked to call the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward and
submit their names, addresses
and telephone numbers to Rabbi
Harold Richteror Raquel King.
solid athlete. He ran fifty-five
miles a week to build his stamina.
Marty's lodge and general local
BBYO members and staff col-
lected pledges to sponsor Marty
in his run. The funds will be col-
lected and disbursed directly to
Florida BBYO members who
need scholarship help in attend-
ing Israel programs like Interna-
tional Summer Institute or High
School in Israel.
Since the fund will be adminis-
tered by the Florida Region
BBYO Board of Directors
Scholarship Committee, all ,
scholarships will be based on fi-
nancial need to help guarantee
that any member of Florida
BBYO can go to Israel if they
want to.
Marty plans to make this an
annual event. He also plans to
run for Florida BBYO in this
fall's New York Marathon!
Our hats off to Marty Cohen!
The members and staff of Florida
Region BBYO thank you for your
dedication and efforts! Keep on
running!!!
Continued from Page 1-A
and Jerry Ratiooff. Nancy and
Herb Brizel. Susan and Saul
Singer and Dina and Sumner
Kaye. The girls received free den-
tal attention from area dentists
David Sachs, John Meyer, Peter
Keller, Jerry Rubin. Larry Levin
and Sam Meline. Area merchants
including Sneaker Shack, Best
Wishes. Hyde's Sportswear and
Charlie's Sportswear were ex-
ceedingly generous to the group.
Dina and Nat Sedley, Ellie and
Herb Kat/.. Carol and Irving
Karten. .ludec and Howard Bar-
ron and F.laine and Bob Pittell al-
so made sure the group had a
memorable time here.
In addition to acquainting the
South Broward community with
the work of Project Renewal, the
visit of the Hod Hasharon Sing-
ers to South Florida has brought
new pride to the people of Hod
Hasharon. This intangible bene-
fit is an important achievement
in the Project Renewal program.
JCC Form. CfcoJr
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward invite
you to join the newly formed
community choir. The group,
under the direction of Cantor
lleilbraun will sing Israeli,
Yiddish, Hebrew, traditional and
classical music. For further
information, contact Cantor
lleilbraun at 925-1474.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 19,1982
Jewish
family Service
The Jewish Family Service is a
non-profit service organization
that works to promote and
strengthen sound family life in
the community, and to prevent
personal and family breakdown.
Described below is a typical
problem which the service must
deal with on a daily basis. It ad-
dresses the problem of relocating.
"Our move from Ohio was all
very well for him. He simply
plupged himself, into his new job
as you transfer a phone from one
room to another. But for me it
wasn't easy at all leaving fam-
ily and friends. All of a sudden, I
found myself stranded in Fort
Lauderdale in mid July with two
restless pre-schoolers in a new
development where I never saw
anyone outside. Do you think it's
easy just to go up to someone at
the pool and make friends when
you're feeling depressed and un-
sure of yourself? The days are so
empty. I feel withdrawn from the
children, and they begin arguing
more and more to get my atten-
tion. It worksI become irri-
tated and lash out at them. By
the time my husband gets home
in the evening, not only have I
had a rotten day. but our evening
is ruined as well. He wonders
CANDLELIGHTING
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Friday. Feb. 19 5:59
Friday, Feb. 26 6:03
Friday, Mar. 5 6:07
Friday, Mar. 12 6:10
NORTH BROWARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL 7100 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
ANeu.
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform.
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
57th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman.
MIRAMAR i
TEMPLE ISRAEL 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Cantor Joseph Wichelewski.
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
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RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA-
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HALLANDALE
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SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
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Shulkes
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
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TEMPLE BETH EL 1351 S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthui
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Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold.
CONG. LEVI YITZCHOK. OR
thodox. Rabbi Raphael Ten
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TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Con
servative Rabbi Seymour Friedman
Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro
Cantor Robert Ungar.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
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what has happened to the rather
adequate wife and mother he
seemingly left behind in Ohio.
When I try to tell him about what
has upset me, he gets defensive
and feels I'm over absorbed in my
little daily mishaps and that I
don't understand the real strains
he's under on his new job trying
to re-establish himself as the
competent worker he was back in
Ohio. At night we go to bed ex-
hausted feeling that the gulf be-
tween us is surely widening ..."
If this sounds like a familiar
story, that's not strange con-
sidering the fact that American
families relocate on the average
of once every four or five years
and Jews as we all know, are
good at exceeding averages!
However the problems of felt
alienation and disruption that ac-
company relocation are not
laughing matters and put con-
siderable strain on existing pat-
terns of coping. Especially for the
younger family system, this may
be the first move away from one
or both of the families of origin,
and when loss of both the posi-
tive support and-or negative ef-
fects of this influence begins to be
felt, the family system will begin
reacting to this loss one way or
another. Or it is possible that a
relocating family is going to live,
for the first time since the mar-
riage, in the same town as the
family of origin. Again this con-
fronts family members with the
need to work out a satisfactory
boundary relationship with their
family of origin under the diffi-
cult conditions of being "newly
moved."
Not all individuals experienc-
ing the pangs of moving are as
aware of its interrelated effects as
our composite wife quoted above.
Our approach to her would be to
encourage her to come in with her
family, thus emphasizing that we
wish to get to understand how
the family system as a whole is
experiencing and coping with
their new living situation. At
such a meeting, it may become
clear that the wife is carrying the
emotional burden of the whole
family, and is reacting with ten-
sion and rigidity to the children,
while the husband is rather with-
drawn and doesn't know how he
can support the wife nor does
she know how to express these
needs to him so that they may be
heard.
We may at this point, wish to
work with the couple only so as to
enable each partner to become
more aware of his or her feelings
and needs, to be able to hear the
needs of the other and to appro-
priately communicate these.
(This process will entail becom-
ing aware of the mould of
thoughts, feelings and interac-
tion acquired by each marital
partner from his or her family ot
origin). As these interactional
skills are learned and applied to
resolve everyday problems in liv-
ing, the family acquires valuable
tools for dealing with the future
family crises that will and do
erupt during the family life cycle.
It is also recognized that we
never acquire all the tools we may
possibly need, and there may
come a time when help is onre
more needed. But this too is in
the Jewish tradition, which tells
us that we are not expected to
finish all the work but neither
may we desist from the task.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15-A

Highrise Living.
A mountain top is about as close as she will ever
get to highrise living. No ocean view. No amen-
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in an absorption center waiting for resettlement
in Israel. And it's a long wait.
Her life could be better. Not as good as yours
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But she can't do that yet. In fact, it will be at
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Don't turn your back on Judaism. Give
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. February 19,1992
It Was 20 Years in December
No Atonement for Adolf Eichmann's Butchery
By HELEN DAVIS
Editor. Israel Scene
Twenty years ago. on
December 15. 1961. Adolf
Eichmann was condemned
to death by a court in
Jerusalem for his role in the
murder of six million Jews.
The eight-month trial was a
sensation. From the moment
Eichmann was kidnapped in
Buenos Aires until the time of his
execution in May. 1962. world
attention was riveted on the
drai.ia unfolding in Jerusalem as
the Jewish people, in their new
homeland, brought to justice the
only senior Nazi to have fallen
into their hands.
Gideon Hausner had been Is-
rael's Attorney General for only
three weeks when, on May 23,
1960. Prime Minister David'Ben-
Gurion informed a stunned
Knesset that Eichmann. a former
lieutenant colonel in the SS and
the man in charge of implement
ing the Final Solution, had been
found in Argentina and would be
brought I" trial in Jerusalem for
his Crimea
FOR THE next two years.
Hausner was to be deeply in-
volved as chief prosecutor in
what was probably the most
dramatic and controversial trail
in history
"Even if he were killed a thou
sand limes, even if he died anew
each day even then there
would be no atonement for the
suffering he caused to a single
child. -
With these words. Gideon
Hausner asked tor the death
sentence to be imposed on Adolf
F.ichmann. It was the end of a
long, wearying trial, but by no
means the end of his link with the
gray, expressionless prisoner in
the dock.
There are many people, mil-
lions of people, whose lives were
touched, directly or indirectly, by
Adolf Eichmann. Most were his
victims and their families. To
Hausner fell the task of speaking
for those who could not speak for
themselves, the impossible task
of seeking some justice for th
millions slaughtered.
And the demands of justice
meant he had first to "get under
Eichmann's skin."'
"I knew a gread deal about
Eichmann before the trial
began.'* says Hausner.
"WE SPENT months study-
ing him. collecting every existing
piece of paper that came from his
office, that mentioned his name
and bore his signature.
"I read the books he read,
studied his private life, the way
in which he escaped after the war.
I had him take every known
psychological test to determine
whether or not he was sane.
Hut I did not meet him before
the trial, although I was most
curious to do so. For while we
were getting ready to try Eich-
mann in Jerusalem, the whole
world was trying Israel for kid-
napping him in Argentina in the
tirst place. And I was a'vaid that
if I visited him before the trial it
would give rise to rumors that we
were trying to influence him or
talk him into some sort of
bargain."
HAUSNER MET his ad
versary for the first timein the
austere courtroom. And his first
reaction was surprise
I had come to the conclusion
that Eichmann. 16 years after the
war. was still a pure, unalloyed
ADOLF EICHMANN
product of Nazism.
"I almost felt the urge to look
for horns or a tail. Yet here was
the devil himself, and he looked
quite ordinary. He was rather
drab, like a teller in a bank,
someone you meet on a bus. Out
of uniform, he looked very ordi-
nary and frightened.
But he was still Eichmann. a
resourceful and clever opponent
even in court. Only rarely did his
self-control falter. He was deter-
mined not to show his true
personality. But sometimes,
under cross-examination. I would
look at him and his eves would
Twenty years ago in
December, tne Nazi ar-
chitect of tne Final
Solution was senten-
ced to deatnin
Jerusalem. Israel
Scene Editor Helen
Davis talks to Gideon
Hausner, cnief
prosecutor at tnat
most dramatic of trials.
flare with a bottomless hatred.
"I hated him. of course, know-
ing what he had done. But I also
felt amazement. How could a hu-
man being come into this world
and become an Eichmann? It
puzzled me then and it puzzles
me to this day."
HAUSNER speaks of Eich-
mann and the trial as if it took
place yesterday, with something
of the good trial lawyer's sense of
the dramatic in the telling of the
-lory. For Gideon Hausner. who
came to Israel from Poland soon
after his Bar Mitzvah in 1927 and
who lost members of his family in
the Holocaust, remains as in-
volved with, and fascinated by
Eichmann as he was 20 years
ago
Those years have been full
Hausner's career as a trial lawyer
at 67 he still maintains an ac-
tive practice in Jerusalem has
been busy and successful. He is a
former Member of Knesset and
cabinet minister, a lecturer at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
president of the International
Association of Trial Lawyers
chairman of the Yad Vashem
Holocaust Memorial Authority.
And yet. ironically, it was that
encounter with a hated Nazi that
has formed the dominant period
of his life. He carries the hanged
Eichmann with him like an al-
batross.
"Yes. it is so," says Hausner.
"Wherever I travel and in the
past, when I represented Israel
on various parliamentary dele-
gations abroad and am intro-
duced to people, there is an
immediate flicker of recognition
in their eyes: I am the man who
prosecuted Eichmann."
HAUSNER DOES not feel,
however, that he should "lay the
ghost.'' even if he could do so
The lessons of the trial are
fading, not only for those who
seek to deny the Holocaust took
place at all. but also for decent
people who have innocently
accepted the view that Eichmann
was no evil genius, but a weak
cog in a machine; that he scarcely
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Such a view, encapsulated ir,
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 19
lized behavior.
"That phrase, 'the banality of
evil' is one of the most vicious
ever invented," he declares in a
* rare flash of anger. "It is a
distortion of the truth, an at-
tempt to provide some sort of an
answer which will be different
from the accepted one, and it
stems from a weakness of present
intellectuals who. in tryjing to be
different, offer fireworks of
seeming originality.
"BUT THERE is nothing
original, nor worthwhile, in the
theory that Eichmann was a mere
cog in the Nazi machine. He was
an extraordinary man, an organi-
zational genius. At a time when
Germany was desperately throw-
ing everything it had into the
war. when 11 million forced la-
borers had been gathered from all
over Europe to free every avail-
able German to fight, Eichmann
could get enough rolling stock,
manpower and material for the
Final Solution.
"He pursued the operation
.igainst the Jews relentlessly,
even when other leading Nazis
men in charge of production in
.. France, Poland and Holland
nsked him to let them have some
people to man the factories. But
Kichmann said "No." "
To illustrate Eichmann's
power, Hausner relates the story
(if Jenni Cozzi, a Jewish woman,
born in Riga, who was married to
a non-Jewish officer in the Italian
Army.
"Jenni Cozzi's husband fell on
the Russian front and she re-
turned to her family in Latvia
and found herself trapped in the
Riga ghetto. Somehow, she
managed to inform her husband's
friends of her predicament. The
Italian Consul in Danzig ap-
proached the German Foreign
Office and suggested that she
might be allowed to go to Italy.
"The request, was passed to
Kichmann, whose deputy, Rolf
Guenther, replied that there was
no possibility of releasing Mrs.
Cozzi as the Jewess Cozzi will
certainly use her knowledge of
events in the Riga ghetto for
spreading anti-Germany atrocity
propaganda."
"THEN THE Italian Ambas-
sador to Germany approached
German Foreign Minister Von
Ribbentrop. It was. he explained.
a matter of prestige for Italian
officers to help the widow of a
fallen comrade. Would von
KibU-ntrop use his influence?
Von Ribbentrop could do
nothing. The matter was again
referred to Kichmann, who
replied that "the measures
against the Jews are total and
uniform and we can make no ex-
ceptions."
"Von Ribbentrop was not
satisfied with this: 'At least, he
said to Kichmann, 'give a few
convincing reasons explaining
your refusal. We can hardly de-
scrilK.- the Final Solution to the
Italians.' There was no answer
from Kichmann.
"The next move was un-
precedented. The secretary-
general of the Italian Fascist
Party appealed to Martin Bor-
*" mann. the secretary-general of
the German Nazi Party, saying
that there were serious mis-
givings in Italy about the
Germans' refusal to accede to
such a simple reuuest. But Bor-
mann could do nothing. It was all
in Kichmann's hands. Bormann
wrote to him: 'Maybe you can do
something in this case.'
"Kichmann replied that since
Mussolini was dead the matter
would probably be dropped by
the Italians and that, in any case,
he would order that ^the Jewess
Cozzi' be included in the next de-
portation from Riga. She was
never heard of again."
.* HAUSNER GIVES another
example of Eichmann's un-
questioned power as "a master of
life and death."
"In July, 1944, there were
432,000 Jews left in Budapest, of
a pre-war population of over one
million. Five trainloads of Jews
were going to Auschwitz one day
and four the next. In Auschwitz,
the gas chambers and crematoria
were working around the clock,
destroying 10.000 human
beings every day.
"But suddenly, Miklos
Horthy, the Regent of Hungary,
refused to make any more trains
available to Kichmann. The war
was obviously lost for Germany,
the Pope had warned Horthy, a
Roman Catholic, about his com-
plicity in the slaughter of the
Jews, as had the King of Sweden.
Horthy got cold feet.
"Hitler, for the first time in the
course of the war, made a con-
cession: a cable was sent from the
Foreign Office in Berlin to the
German Ambassador in Buda-
pest with orders from Hitler that
the 8.700 families with passports
be allowed to leave. All the rest
would be deported to the camps.
"A FEW HOURS later, the
ambassador cabled back to
Berlin: 'The local commander of
the SS concerning Jewry, Lt. Col.
Kichmann, takes the view that
Jews in no case should be allowed
to leave. The matter concerns
people who have a biological
value. Many of them are veteran
Zionists, and their immigration
to Palestine or elsewhere is un-
desirable. Kichmann intends, in
view of the decision of the
Fuehrer, to ask Himmler to
appeal against this permission.'
"Do you see the importance of
this message?" asks Hausner. "A
mere lieutenant colonel of the SS
sitting in Budapest, daring to ask
his boss to appeal to Hitler to
change his mind something no
general or field marshal dared to
do. Was this the action of a mere
cog. an insignificant underling
caught in the iron grip of the
system?"
"As Himmler said when he
sent Kichmann to Hungary to
deal with the Jews: 'To Hungary
we are sending the master him-
self.'
"He was a master, the master
of life and death, a man hand-
picked to deal with the war
against the Jews and the only
Gestapo department head who
kept the same job throughout the
war.
"How clever he was. And how
he fooled the Jews. How could
this clever nation, which had sur-
vived so many enemies by its
wits, have been fooled for so
long? Kichmann used psy-
chological warfare against us.
outwitting us at every turn until
it was too late as there was no
way out of the trap.
"He convinced the Jewish
leaders in every community that
he was genuinely interested in
their communal affairs: that he
wanted only to help the Jews re-
settle elsewhere. He even learned
Yiddish and Hebrew enough
to speak and understand a few
phrases at least.
"When the Israelis captured
him in Argentina his first words
were the Shema Yisrael. When
one of his Israeli captors heard
these words coming from that
dirty mouth he wanted to kill him
on the spot.
The irony, says Hausner, is
that while the Jews under-
estimated their wily enemy, he
never underestimated them. "He
was convinced that the physical
destruction of the Jews was the
only policy to be followed. The
Third Reich would never be safe
if Jews remained in the world. He
perceived of the unbridgeable gap
between our faith and Nazi ideo-
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ways undermine from within a
system predicated on Nazi doc-
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"Even when he realized the
Nazi war for world domination
was lost, Kichmann took comfort
in the destruction he himself had
wrought, telling his cronies in
Vienna. 'I will jump into my
grave laughing because I drag
with me millions of Jews. In my
sector the war was won."
HAUSNER HAS one regret
about the trial: "Fresh material
has since been uncovered that
adds to the jigsaw of evidence,
yet nothing to alter the outcome.
But today I would be much
sharper against the West than I
was then, when Iv thought that
Churchill and Roosevelt were ig-
norant of the fate of the Jews. We
now know they simply wrote
Jewry off.
"How incredible was their
standing-by in the face of their
knowledge of the Final Solution:
Particularly Roosevelt, who was
iili-nli/rd by the Jews of America;
who owed them so much and
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Holly wood
News in Brief
UN Secretary General Cuellar to Visit Israel Soon
UNITED NATIONS Prime
Minister Menachem Begin has
invited newly elected Secretary
General Javier Perez de Cuellar
to visit Israel, and the Secretary
General has accepted in principle.
According to the spokesman
Begin conveyed the invitation
during his meeting in Jerusalem
with UN under Secretary General
Brian Urquhart. The spokesman
said that the date for the trip
would be discussed with the
Israeli UN Mission in New York,
and it was understood that a final
date for the visit would D
decided when Ambassador
Yehuda .Blum returns from his
current 10-day visit to Israel.
According to the UN spokes-
man, De Cuellar visited Israel in
the past before he was elected to
his present position.
U.S. can't Defend
Objectionable' Policies
WASHINGTON Sen.
Charles Percy (R., 111.), chairman
of the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee has warned Israel
that it cannot expect the United
States to damage its global inter-
ests* by defending "questionable
or objectionable" Israeli actions
or policies.
U.-S. global interests and res-
ponsibilities "include the security
of Isreel," Percy told a National
Press Club luncheon in a report
on his recent 38-day visit to
Israel and 13 Arab countries. He
said'he did not meet with any
leaders of the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
"Israel has seen U.S. willing-
ness to fully support them
against overwhelming opposition
when we believe they are right."
Percy said. "But Israel cannot
expect the United States to con-
tinue isolating itself from the
world community to defend ques-
tionable and or objectionable
actions in policies. The Israelis
must stop surprising* the inter-
national community and the
United States with preemptive
acts that are viewed by the com-
munity of nations as violations of
international norms, harmful to
U.S. interests and damaging to
the peace process that must now
proceed in the Middle East."
W. Berlin seeks Bar
to Arab Terrorists
BONN The West Berlin
Senate is considering means to
check the flow of Arab terrorists
into the city from East Berlin.
According to the police, hundreds
of Arab extremists have in-
filtrated West Berlin after receiv
ing training in terrorist tactics in
East Germany as part of that
country's program of military as-
sistance to the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
Meanwhile, West Berlin police
say Arabic newspapers have re-
fused to cooperate in their search
for a mystery woman who was
seen leaving the Israeli-owned
M if gash Israel restaurant in
West Berlin shortly before it was
destroyed by a bomb explosion
that killed a 14-month-old child
and injured 25 other people
many of them seriously last Jan.
15.
According to the police, the
Arabic newspapers rejected ap-
peals to publish descriptions of
the woman who appears to be a
prime suspect in the bombing.
The approach to the Arabic
papers indicated that the author-
ities believe the woman may be in
a Middle Eastern country.
Nazi war criminal
Loses His Appeal
AMSTERDAM Pieter
Men ten, a convicted Nazi war
criminal, has lost his appeal to
the European Human Rights
Commission in Strasbourg to in-
tervene against the 10-year
prison sentence given him by a
Rotterdam district court in July,
1980. The court also fined him
100,000 Guilders.
Mont en. 82, was found guilty
of complicity in the murders of 30
persons, mostly Jews, in the vil-
lage of Podhorodze in eastern
Galicia in June, 1941 where he
served with the SS. He appealed'
to the Strassbourg court on
grounds that his trial was con-
ducted in contravention of the
United Nations Declaration on
Human Rights. The panel ruled
that it was not authorized to hear
his complaint and in effect
rejected it.
That decision ended the appeal
process for the Dutch-born Nazi
collaborator who was once an art
dealer and was described as a
multi-millionnaire. His arrest in
1977 marked the beginning of one
of the longest and most compli-
cated war crimes prosecutions
ever held in Holland.
ORT to Job Train
British jobless
LONDON The job of pro-
viding industrial retraining for
many of Britain's three million
unemployed has been given to
David Young, chairman of the
administrative committee ot
World ORT, the Jewish organi-
zation which operates vocational
schools in many parts of the
world.
Young, 49. will become head of
the government's Manpower
Services Commission in succes-
sion to Sir Richard O'Brien who
is being replaced in April because
he does not see eye to eye with
the government.
In defending Young's appoint-
ment, which has sparked off a po-
litical row, Norman Tebbitt, Em-
ployment Secretary, referred to
his involvement with ORT.
Young has aroused the hostil-
ity of the opposition Labor Party
because of his rightwing political
associations. He is a director of
the Center for Policy Studies, set
up several years ago by Sir Keith
Joseph, Education Secretary.
On Israeli viewpoint
NEW YORK ABC News
denied that it has plans to pro-
duce a new television film on the
West Bank giving the "Israeli
viewpoint." The denial was
issued following reports from Is-
rael that an ABC production crew
was due there shortly.
A segment on the West Bank
titled "Under the Israeli
Thumb," which appeared on the
ABC-TV '20-20" program last
Thursday night, was strongly
criticized for pro-Arab bias by Is-
raeli officials and friends here and
abroad.
It reportedly drew expressions
of intense displeasure from Pre-
mier Menachem Begin in Jerusa-
lem and the Israeli Embassy in
Washington. Shmuel Moyal,
Friday-, February 19,1982
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segment "entirely unbalanced"
and a "gross distortion of
history."
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Israel, the network proposed to
produce a new film on the sub-
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aid." ABC News, in issuing its
denial, noted that during the pre-
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week'8 "20-20" program,-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 21
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' THE NEW YORK TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 5,1982
Life-Saving Benefits of Low-Cholesterol
Diet Affirmed in Rigorous Study*
_, -.
By JANE E. BRODY
A MAJOR, well-designed study has
shown more persuasively than
any previous experiment that
I eating less fats and Cholesterol
can reduce the chances of suffering a
heart attack or of dying suddenly from
heart disease. The study also showed a
smaller benefit from stopping smoking
or reducing the number of cigarettes
smoked.
The study, conducted in Oslo among
more than 1.200 healthy men who had
high levels of cholesterol in their blood, is
considered by experts in the United
States to be the best evidence to date of
the life-saving value of changing dietary
habits. After five years, the men in the ex-
perimental group had a 47 percent lower
rate of heart attacks and sudden deaths
than did a comparable group of men who
served as controls.
Previous studies were mostly con-
ducted with smaller groups, among men
living in institutions or among those who
had already suffered one heart attack. In
1980. the Food and Nutrition Board of the
National Academy of Sciences concluded
that no study had yet convincingly shown
a life-saving benefit of dietary changes
designed to reduce cholesterol levels in
the blood.
Dr. Henry Blackburn, a heart-diet ex
pert at the university of Minnesota and a
director of several major studies in this
country, described the Norwegian study
as well designed and neatly executed. He
said that it showed for the first time the
benefits of dietary change in a large group
of ordinary noninstitutionalized men.
The Norwegian study was begun in
1972 among 1,232 men 40 to 49 years old
who were selected because they faced a
high risk of developing heart disease.
Though their blood pressure was normal,
their cholesterol levels were considered
high from 290 to 380 milligrams of cho-
lesterol per 100 miililiters of bloodand
80 percent of them smoked cigarettes.
An analysis of the subjects' regular
diets showed that most consumed foods
high in saturated fats and cholesterol,
which tend to raise cholesterol levels in
the blood. Prominent in their diets were
butter, sausage, high-fat cheese, eggs and
whole milk. By contrast, polvunsaturated
fats, which help to lower cholesterol levels
in the blood, were infrequently consumed.
The men were then randomly assigned
either to an experimental or a control
group. The experimental group was given
guidance on slopping smoking and ad-
vised to follow a cholesterol-lowering
diet. The dietary recommendations in-
cluded the following: substitute skim
milk for whole milk, eat no more than one
egg a week, use polvunsaturated oil for
cooking and baking, eat fruit for dessert,
make sandwiches on high-fiber bread us-
ing fish or vegetable filling or low-fat
cheese or meat, and rely on main dishes of
fish, whale meat and low-fat meat with po-
tatoes and vegetables.
No drugs were used and no recommen-
dations were made for changing exercise
habits or losing weight, which changed
only minimally in the five-year period.
Over all, five years later cholesterol
levels were 13 percent lower in the experi-
mental group, averaging 263 milligrams
per 100 miililiters of blood as against 341
in the control group. Triglyceride levels,
another risk factor in heart disease, had
also dropped substantially in the experi-
mental group, and the ratio of protective
HDL cholesterol to harmful LDL choles-
terol had risen.
Those men who experienced the great-
est drop in cholesterol levels had adhered
most closely to the dietary recommenda-
tions, according to the research team. The
team, from the Oslo Department of
Health and the Life Insurance Compa-
nies' Institute for Medical Statistics, was
directed by Dr. I. Hjermann.
The team cited the consumption of less
saturated fat (mostly animal fat) as the
single most influential dietary change.
They calculated that dietary changes ac-
counted for 60percent of the difference in
the number of heart attacks and heart
deaths suffered by the two groups of men.
Changes in smoking habits were less
dramatic, accounting for approximately
25 percent of the reduction in heart dis-
ease, the researchers said. The average
consumption of tobacco per man fell 46
percent in the experimental group, but
only 25 percent of the group completely
stopped smoking.
The researchers conceded that "if this
had been a diet trial only, the difference in
MI (myocardial infarction, or heart at-
. tack] incidence in the two groups would
probably not have reached statistical sig-
nificance." However, they added, the com-
bination of diet and smoking examines
"two important lifestyle factors" and is
"more relevant to usual medical prac-
tice."
The reduction in heart deaths in the ex-
perimental group was not accompanied
by an increase in deaths from other
causes. Some previous studies had sug-
gested that a cholesterol-lowering diet
may increase the risk of cancer. No such
effect was seen in the Oslo study, where
men in the experimental group had fewer
cancer deaths than men in the control
group.
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Friday, February 19,1982

Another Study
Probe Student Jewish Feelings
NEW YORK Two-hundred
teen-agers and young adults
whose parents were the subjects
of a landmark study on Jewish-
Christian intermarriage are tak-
ing part in a follow-up study that
is expected to break as much new
ground as its predecessor did.
The new research, which will be
conducted before the end of the
year, is examining the effects of
intermarriage on children, and is
the first full-scale survey to ad-
dress its questions directly to the
children of mixed marriages rath-
er than to their parents.
The American Jewish Com-
mittee, sponsor of the current
study, also initiated and financed
the first one. which was publish-
ed in 1979.
Booh surveys were designed by
Dr. Figon Mayer, associate pro-
fessor of sociology at Brooklyn
College.
ALL OF the respondents have
one parent who was born Jewish
and one who was born Gentile.
Some of the born-Gentile parents
converted to Judaism, either be-
fore or after they married, but
most did not. and very few of the
Jewish spouses converted to
Christianity.
The goals of the present inves-
tigation, according to Dr. Mayer,
are lo assess the respondents'
feelings of religious and ethnic
identity and to examine the qual-
ity and quantity of their kinship
tiis and their general feelings of
emotional well-being.
Among
asked are:
the questions being
If you could be born again,
would you want to be Jewish?
Which religious group do you
identify with? Which religious
group does your (mother, father)
identify with?
How much time do you spend
with your (mother, father, broth-
er, grandmother, etc.)? How
much do you enjoy the time spent
in (his, her) company?
How much has your (mother,
father, etc.) influenced your ideas
about religion, education, poli-
tics. anti-Semitism. careers,
friends?
Are your friends and dating
partners mostly Jewish, mostly
non-Jewish, evenly mixed?
Do you attend synagogue ser-
vices? Church services?
Do you find family occasions
a source of warmth?
Do you feel well-liked by
those you really care about?
Do you have confidence about
your own future?
Do you have a sense of being
at peace?
THE FIRST AJC intermar-
riage study, which focused on the
intermarried spouses, was wide-
ly hailed for its insights by social
scientists, family counselors, and
intergroup relations specialists.
Among its major findings were
that:
Most of the born-Jewish
spouses affirmed a Jewish iden-
tity, but did little to act on this
affirmation.
Families in which the born-
Christian spouse had converted
to Judaism had a higher degree of
Jewishness than did other inter-
married families and seemed
to be more consciously Jewish in
terms of religious practices and
affiliation than most families in
which both spouses had been
bom Jewish.
Most born-Gentile spouses
did not identify strongly with the
religion of their birth and did not
place any religious pressure on
the Jewish spouse.
Differences of religious back-
ground did not seem to contri-
bute to estrangement from par-
The goals of the present
investigation are to
assist the respondents'
feeling of religious and
ethnic identity and to
examine the quality and
quantity of their kinship
ties and their general
feelings of emotional
well-being.
ents or to conflicts in family deci-
sion-making.
EXPLAINING AJC's reasons
for conducting the new study,
Yehuda Rosenman. director of
the AJC Jewish Communal Af-
fairs Department, said:
"A very large proportion of
American Jews, approximately
one third of them, according to
the best available data, are now
marrying non-Jews. Consequent-
ly, the impact of intermarriage on
the religious and cultural identity
of the children is of the utmost
importance, since the children
will determine Jewish continuity
or discontinuity
"There has been much heated
debate," continued Rosenman,
"on this very question: whether
intermarriage will lead ultimately
to the assimilation and disap-
pearance of the Jewish people.
We therefore think that studying
the actual attitudes and be-
haviors of children of intermar-
riage which has never been
done l>efore is a most tangible
and scientific way of trying to
bring light to this debate instead
of heat."
Disruptive Settlers
Get Treatment
From Soldiers
6
TEL AVIV (JTA) Some
50 Jewish Sinai settlers who had
been trying to disrupt the dis-
mantling of a water pipeline in
the Kadesh Barnes settlement
were dispersed by the army.
About 40 were arrested and one
man was taken away in hand-
cuffs. This was the first time the
army moved against the ultra-
nationalists in Sinai who have
been trying to obstruct Israel's
withdrawal from the area.
The pipeline being dismantled
is part of a central line connecting
the Kadesh Barnes settlement
with Yamit and the southern
Gaza Strip. It supplies water to
Jewish settlements in the north-
eastern Sinai. The dismantling of
the pipeline is one of the key
moves to Israel's withdrawal.
The work was halted earlier in
the week when many of the
settlers lay down in the path of
bulldozers. They said their
resistance to the dismantling
will continue because it is not
possible for them to live in the
desert area without water.
Before the army moved, it
sealed off the area to prevent
settlers from calling in reinforco-
ment from nearby Yamit, the
focal point of resistance to Is-
rael's withdrawal. For months
the government has avoided
confrontation with the settlers,
and Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon has until now opposed
any physical action against them.
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February 19,1982
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 23
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(Residents of Fairways Royale recently held their annual breakfast on
behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1962 United
Jewish Appeal-Federation Campaign. From left are Mike P. Cohen,
lurray Cohen, chairman; Erwin and Lillian Gold, honoreea.
PL S *-> 1
lore than 100 women attended the sixth annual Galahad South
[Women's Division Luncheon held on behalf of the Jewfeh Federation
lof South Broward's 1982 United Jewish Appeal-Federation Campaign.
From left are Ida Gordon, co-chairwoman; Ida Rakoff, chairwoman;
land Mildred Gratz, co-chairwoman.
^Venetian Park B'nai B'rith Lodge 1068 recently held an event on
|hehair of the 1982 UJA-Federatktn campaign. Standing from left are
Jay Donath, out-going president; Claire Donath; Davida Wyman and
Jerome Wyman, in-coming president.
Residents of Sea Air met recently to make plans for their annual
breakfast held on behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's
l!W2 United Jewish Appeal-Federation Campaign. From left are Ben
and Rose Rabinowitz. Irving Fife and Abe Mallet.
Residents of Imperial Towers recently held a breakfast on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1962 United Jewish Appeal
Iredmttka Campaign. From left are Frances Levitt, chairwoman;
Maro Gartner, honorary chairwoman; Alfred and Ceceil Mittleman,
honnrees; Walter Gartner, honorary chairman; and Ida Nyer, chair-
woman.
' i
Habbi Herbert Tobin (right) was the guest speaker at a recent Coastal
" aterway breakfast held on behalf of the Jewish Federation of South
uuaT.d 8 1982 Un|t' Jewish Appeal-Federation Campaign. With
*aobi Tobin are David and Florence Hurwiti.
Jewish Florxdian
Shofar of Greater Hollywood
AMOClciI Ion Om Florido rouoi u lion
Confab To Be Held April 2-4
Bette Gilbert of Palm Beach
and Lois Chepenik of Jackson-
ville have been appointed to chair
the Association of Florida
Federations Conference sched-
uled for April 2-4 at the Orlando
Hilton Hotel in Kissimmee.
Announcement of the appoint-
ment was made by James Baer,
President ot the South County
Federation and Chairman of the
Association of Florida Federa-
tions.
The conference is designed to
bring together Jewish communal
leaders from throughout Florida
to explore the numerous isuses of
concern to Jewish communities
on the local, national and over-
seas scene.
Sponsored in cooperation with
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions, the conference will include
a number of plenary sessions as
well as small group workshops.
Bette Gilbert. who was
recently inducted into, the B'nai
B'rith Women's Hall of Fame,
was the first woman to hold the
post of President of the Palm
Beach County Federation. She
has served as Chairman of the
Federation Community Planning
Committee and helped develop
Federation-Agency guidelines.
jwm Publish**
Summer Camp Directory
NEW YORK The 1982-83
version of the "Directory of Jew-
ish Resident Summer Camps"
has just been published by JWB.
The directory is designed to be
"a helpful guide to Jewish
Federations, Jewish Community
Centers, camps and other com-
munal agencies, parents and
prospective camp staff," accord-
ing to the book's foreword,
signed jointly by Israel Gold-
berg, JWB vice-president and
chairman, JWB Camping Com-
mittee, and Leonard Rubin,
director, JWB Camping Services,
begins.
Rubin pointed out the ease of
using the directory by noting,
"Camps are listed two ways
by category and in alphabetical
order by states for those in the
U.S. and provinces for camps in
Canada. Every listing presents
the name, location and distance
of the camp from the city office
serving it."
"In addition," Rubin said,
"the guide lists age groups
served, tells if the camp is co-ed
or limited to a single sex, camp
capacity, length and periods of
season, rates, registration
requirements for campers and
counselors and dietary practice."
The latest JWB Directory lists
149 camps in two ways: 1)
Resident camps sponsored by or
associated with Jewish Com-
munity Centers, YM & YWHAs
and Jewish Federations; and 2)
Resident camps sponsored or
under the auspices of other Jew-
ish communal organizations.
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available prepaid for $6.50 a
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Currently serving as President of
the Southeast Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods which en-
compasses five states, she has
also been a member of various
Statewide committees and has
chaired sessions at past General
Assemblies of the Council of
Jewish Federations.
Lois Chepenik, who will co-
chair the Apr! 2-4 Statewide
conference, recently lead a UJA
mission to Israel and is Chairman
of "Operation Breakthrough," a
big gifts development program
for the Jacksonville Jewish
Federation. She is currently a
Federation officer and past Cam-
paign Chairman of the Women's
Division and Past President of
Jacksonville ORT.
Persons interested in attending
the Association of Florida
Federations Conference are
invited to contact the Jewish
Federation of South Rroward
for additional registration infor-
mation.
Concluding the Petition Drive for Soviet Jewry are seated from left
Rick Barnett, chairman; and Gail Cohen. Standing from left are
Roberta Karch and Elaine Pittell, Community Relations chairwoman.
Soviet Jewry is a committee of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Community Relations Committee.
f vetrf For Soviet Jewry
The South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry is sponsoring
Great Performances at Temple
Beth Sholom. Miami Beach.
They will present the Soviet
Emigre Orchestra, with Lazar
Gosman, conductor and Boris
Bloch, pianist.
The event is set for Tuesday,
Feb. 23 at 8 p.m.
By attending this performance,
you will be helping to aid the
Jews of the Soviet Union.
For additional information
contact 576-4000.
Representatives of CRC were
invited to a special meeting
sponsored by the subcommittee
on the Holocaust to help in the
planning of the Holocaust
Memorial Observance (Yom
Hashoah) to be held at the
Hallandale Jewish Center on
Wednesday, Apr. 21. at 7:30p.m.
David Schoenbrun, author, tele-
vision commentator, journalist
and foreign correspondent will be
guest speaker. This committee is
being chaired by Carl Rosenkopf.
"day, February 19,1982
SECTION B
ELECT SUZANNE
GUNZBURGER
SHE STANDS FOR A NEW
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WE NEED IN HOLLYWOOD:
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Better Police Protection for The Citizen On The Street
An Immediate Hold To Further
Uncontrolled North Beech Development
SUZANNE IS INVOLVED
IN YOUR COMMUNITY
League ot Women Voters
White House Conference on Families
Jewish Federation ot South Broward
Broward County Mental Health Board
1 National Council ot Jewish Woman,
Paat President
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 19, igg
Residents of Meadovbrook Phase V recently held a breakfast in sap-
port of the Jewish Federation of Sooth Breward's 1982 United Jewish
Appeal-Federation Campaign. From left are Al and Debbie Smilow,
Norman Morrison, guest speaker; Jack Schulmaa, JuMa and Jack
MinU.
The Jewish Federation of South Broward recently held an educational
meeting for residents of Grandview. The award-winning multi-media
presentation "Together We Grow" was presented and entertainment
was provided by The Hod Hasharon Singers. From left are Nelson
Dembs, Emerald Hills chairman; Arnold Goldstein, campaign
cabinet; Paul Sigel. Grandview chairman; Leonard Schiff, campaign
cabinet; Charles Moses, campaign cabinet; and Sol Kurtz, campaign
cabinet.
A Purim Carnival at Temple
Sole! on Sunday, Mar. 7 at 1 p.m.
will feature a parade of costumes,
games and refreshments. A fun
afternoon for children, parents
and temple members is promised.
On Tuesday, Mar. 9, Rabbi
Frazin will read the "Megillah."
the story of Queen Esther and the
significance of this holiday.
Fran Barrett of the Jewish
Family Service will address the
Grand People of Temple Sole! on.
Thursday, Mar. 25 at 7:30 p.m.
Barrett will explain "Rights
under Medicare." Members of the
Temple are welcome to hear this
important message. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Brotherhood members, wives
and friends are invited to attend
another Dinner Evening at the
Downtown Holiday Inn on Harri-
son on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at
7:30 p.m. Don Samuels, chair-
man of the Broward County
School Board will discuss the
Exodus of Middle Class Families
from the Broward School Sys-
tem. Cost is $10 per person for
members and wives and $12 for
non-members. Call Lou Pleeter
for further information.
- The monthly breakfast meet-
ing will be held at the temple on
Sunday, Feb. 28 at 9:30 a.m. A
surprise program is in store.
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deis University National Wom-
en's Committee is pleased and
honored to present Dr. Joel War-
ren in an outstanding lecture
"Biological Basis of Human
Behavior" on Tuesday, Feb. 23,
from 1 to 3 p.m., at Temple Beth
El, 1351 So. 14 Ave., Hollywood.
The lecture is free of charge and
open to the public.
Dr. Warren was educated at
Yale and Columbia University.
He received his BA from the
former and his MA and Ph.D.
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We are fortunate and proud to
have a man of the stature of Dr.
Joel Warren speak to us, and we
iknow you won't want to miss
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The Jewish Community Cen-
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you to a special night at the thea-
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I Mar. 14th at 8:15 p.m. The pro-
gram will take place at Bailey
Concert Hall.
The JCC has reserved a limited
clock of tickets at SI2 each.
Please call 921-6511 for reserva-
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The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Cult Hotline is
a series of phone numbers of
groups who demonstrated their
ability to effectively guide and be
of practical assistance to those
seeking help for a Jewish family
member or friend involved in one
of the numerous deceptive cults
flourishing in Florida.
For assistance, contact Rabbi
Harold Kichter, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
921-8810; Chabad House of
North Dade. 932-7770, 9:30 a.m.-
6:30 p.m.; Rabbi Kasriel Bruso-
wankin or Yisrael Ber Kaplan;
Hineni of Florida, 935-2449,
Aaron Schwartzbaum; Concern-
ed Parents of Cult Children, 866-
2081, Muriel Warren; Jewish
Federation Information and Re-
ferral Service, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., 576-
4000; Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, evenings, 445-
0555; or Concerned Parents. 865-
1885.
JCC Art
The Jewish Federation of Sonth Broward recently held an education
meeting. Shalom Eapanol, at Quadomain. The event, for South Bra.
ward Spanish speaking residents, waa held to make these people awart
of what the Federation is. From left are Mr. and Mrs. Felix GonzaW
Israel Amitai. guest speaker; Florence and Leo* Roth, Mr. and Mr.'
Alberto Orioff
The Jewish Community Cen-
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everyone to tour the delightful
nationally landmarked Art Deco Seated from left are Mrs. Bartog, Mrs. and Mr. Herman Roth. Stand
District on Miami Beach on Sun- ing from left are Mr. and Mrs. Luis Dikes, Mrs, and Mr. Jacob Cohen.
day, Feb. 21. The price of the trip
is S13 for members and $15 for
non-members. The fee includes
brunch, a walking and bus tour of
the district, bus transportation
and admission to the Bass Mus-
eum. The bus will depart from the
JCC. 2838 Hollywood Boulevard,
at 10:30 a.m. and return at 3:30
p.m. For further information and
reservations, call 921-6511.
From left are Margarita Terkiel, Israel Amitai, Joseph Terldel, Judy
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Intensive Reinvestment Lai
By Sent h Broward Bend Campaign
A major drive is under way to
reach all holders of matured Is-
rael Bonds in South Broward and
secure reinvestment of the pro-
ceeds during February and
March, Joe Raymond, South
Broward Israel Bond campaign
chairman announced.
Recent events in the Middle
IpofffgfcfB
March is a month filled with
I truly delectable events by Tem-
ple Solel's 'BB' "busy as a
I bee" Sisterhood.
Parents, join with your chil-
iren at the annual Purim Car-
1 Mar. 4, on temple grounds.
[Game booths, a cake walk, and
1 prizes will highlight the day.
[Tickets are on sale at the temple
land may be bought in bulk with
| advance discount sale price.
Mar. 11 is the date with the big
I circle around it heralding a
Ispecial occasion. Rabbi-Frazin's
annual book review, with an in
[side view of that very special
book, "The Old Neighborhood,"
I by A very Corman; one of the
[author's most recent novels, fol-
lowing Kramer vs. Kramer, Oh
God, etc. See you at Sisterhood's
breakfast meeting at 9:30 a.m.,
I with the book review as dessert of
day. Guests are welcome
nth, or without breakfast ap-
etites. RSVP to 989-0205.
Top these events with the piece
le resistance of the month:
The annual Progessive Dinner
/ill take place Mar. 27. There will
good foods stewed up by our
ry own gourmet cooks to whet
Ine's appetite, good friends to
ton verse with and pretty and
pleasant homes to dine in.
Then we return to the Temple
a limousine and find a sight
leasing to appetites and friends
dessert in our Social Hall. See
Jou there.
Lynda Wilentz and cc-chair-
lan planned it all Contact the
emple, 989-0205, for
reserva-
ons.
Teachers.
Soc. Workers
Practice Your
Profession in
ISRAEL
Attain your professional
goals and realize Jewish
fulfillment.
Certified teachers,
MSW's and BSW's are
invited to apply. Chal-
lenging positions open.
Financial assistance
available.
Interviews now being
scheduled for orienta-
tion courses to be held in
the fall in Israel. If you
think you quality, call to-
day.
ISRAEL ALIYAH
CENTER
4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Fl 33137
(305)573-2556/7
East have made it eminently
clear that Israel needs our in-
creased support at this time.
Through reinvestment of the pro-
ceeds of matured Israel Bonds,
we can demonstrate our solidar-
ity with the people of Israel and
at the same time continue the na-
tion's economic growth," he said.
State of Israel Bonds Fourth
Development Issue Savings
Bonds purchased in 1969, matur-
ed throughout 1981, depending
on the month in which they were
bought. Third Development Cou-
pon Bonds purchased between
Mar. 1, 1966 and Feb. 28, 1967,
matured on Mar. 1 of the past
year.
During February and March,
the South Broward Bond cam-
paign will launch a concentrated
effort to contact holders of
matured or maturing Bonds and
secure reinvestment of the pro-
ceeds. "Buying a Bond was an
act of faith in Israel's capacity to
develop into a modern industrial
nation," said Raymond. "We
must continue to reaffirm that
faith through reinvestment."
"Israel faces new challenges in
the months ahead," he explained.
"The terms of the Israel-Egypt
peace treaty stipulate that Israel
must withdraw from the Sinai in
April 1982. This means the
Negev must be made economical-
ly viable for the thousands who
must move there from the Sinai.
Israel Bond reinvestment is an
excellent way to help meet the
challenge."
The Israel Bond Organization
has provided a total of more than
$5.3 billion since 1951 for the
economy of Israel, helping to fi-
nance industrial and agricultural
expansion, the construction of
highways and harbors, the de-
velopment of communications
and transportation, the exploita-
tion of natural resources and the
search tor new sources of energy.
Milton Nagurka, (left) presented the Israel City of Peace award to
Florence and Harry Kaplan during the Quadomain Salute to Israel on
Jan. 10. The Salute to Israel breakfast was co-sponsored by the Qua
domain Israel Bond Committee and State of Israel Bonds.
Emil Cohen, nationally known
entertainer, will be appearing at
two upcoming Israel Bond func-
tions. He has appearances sched-
uled for Fairways Royale on
Wednesday, Feb. 24 and Parker
Dorado on Sunday, Feb. 28. Co-
hen has made appearances at
many of the major clubs and
theatres across the United States
including Grossinger's where he
first established himself.
Plaza Towers celebrated their annual Night in Israel on Jan. 28 with
double honorees. Rae and Harry Garson, (left) were presented with the
Israel Bonds Scroll of Honor for a devotion to numerous Jewish causes
and the State of Israel according to Max Taraza, chairman of the
event. Pictured with the Gsrsons are Taraza, and Ruth Suss, co-chair-
man. Also receiving the Scroll of Honor for her work in Jewish and
civic organizations was Helen Fromm.
The Hillcrest community along with the Hillcrest B'nai B'rith Lodge
sponsored a Israel Bond dinner on January 17 at the Hillcrest
Country Club. "The evening was a tremendous success," according to
Chairman Milton Winograd, "and we also had a most lovely and
deserving honoree." Hillcrest had named Vicki Raymond as the
Recipient-Elect of the coveted Lion of Judah award. Winograd (left)
called Mrs. Raymond a true champion of Jewish causes and a firm
believer in the development of Israel through the Bond program. Also
pictured are: Co-Chairman Tom Cohen, presenting the sward, and Mr.
Joe Raymond.
Helen Fromm, (third from left) was the recipient of the coveted Israel
Bonds Scroll of Honor st the Plaza Towers Night for Israel on Jan. 28.
Chairman Max Taraza (second from left) said the award was in partial
recognition of Fromm's work in Hadasash and Israel Bonds. Present-
ing the award is Lilian Solowey, president of the Plaza Towers Hi
dassah. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Deutsch, (far left and right) served as co-
chairmen. Also honored that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gar-
son.

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Holly wood
Friday, February 19,1982
It Was 20 Years m December
No Atonement for Adolf Eichmann's Butchery
the Holocaust, remains
as in.
By HELEN DAVIS
Editor, Israel Scene
Twenty years ago, on
December 15, 1961, Adolf
Eichmann was condemned
to death by a court in
Jerusalem for his role in the
murder of six million Jews.
The eight-month trial was a
sensation. From the moment
Eichmann was kidnapped in
Buenos Aires until the time of his
execution in May, 1962, world
attention was riveted on the
driii.,a unfolding in Jerusalem as
the Jewish people, in their new
homeland. Drought to justice the
only senior Nazi to have fallen
into their hands.
Gideon Hausner had been Is-
rael's Attorney General for only
three weeks when, on May 23,
I960, I'rime Minister David Ben-
Gurion informed a stunned
Knesset that Eichmann, a former
lieutenant colonel in the SS and
the man in charge of implement-
ing the Final Solution, had been
found in Argentina and.would be
brought in trial in Jerusalem for
his crimes
FOR THE next two years.
Hausner was to be deeply in-
volved as chief prosecutor in
what was probably the most
dramatic and controversial trail
in history.
"Even if he were killed a thou
sand times, even if he died anew
each day even then there
would be no atonement for the
suffering he caused to a single
child."
With these words. Gideon
Hausner asked tor the death
sentence to be imposed on Adolf
Eichmann. It was the end of a
long, wearying trial, but by no
means the end of his link with the
gray, expressionless prisoner in
the dock.
There are many people, mil-
lions of people, whose lives were
touched, directly or indirectly, by
Adolf Eichmann. Most were his
victims and their families. To
Hausner fell the task of speaking
for those who could not speak for
themselves, the impossible task
of seeking some justice for th
millions slaughtered.
And the demands of justice
meant he had first to "get under
Eichmann's skin."
"I knew a gread deal about
Eichmann before the trial
began." says Hausner.
"WE SPENT months study-
ing him, collecting every existing
piece of paper that came from his
office, that mentioned his name
and bore his signature.
"1 read the books he read,
studied his private life, the way
in which he escaped after the war.
I had him take every known
psychological test to determine
whether or not he was sane.
"But I did not meet him before
the trial, although I was most
curious to do so. For while we
were getting ready to try Eich-
mann in Jerusalem, the whole
world was trying Israel for kid-
napping him in Argentina in the
first place. And 1 was afr'did that
if 1 visited him before the trial it
would give rise to rumors that we
were trying to influence him or
talk him into some sort of
bargain."
HAUSNER MET his ad-
versary for the first time in the
austere courtroom. And his first
reaction was surprise.
"I had come to the conclusion
that Eichmann. 16 years after the
war. was still a pure, unalloyed
Twenty years ago in
December, tne Nazi ar-
chitect of tne Final
Solution was senten-
ced to death in
Jerusalem. Israel
scene Editor Helen
Davis talks to Gideon
Hausner, chief
prosecutor at that
most dramatic of trials.
ADOLF EICHMANN
product of Nazism.
"I almost felt the urge to look
for horns or a tail. Yet here was
the devil himself, and he looked
quite ordinary. He was rather
drab, like a teller in a bank,
someone you meet on a bus. Out
of uniform, he looked very ordi-
nary and frightened.
"But he was still Eichmann. a
resourceful and clever opponent
even in court. Only rarely did his
self-control falter. He was deter-
mined not to show his true
personality. But sometimes,
under cross-examination, I would
look at him and his eves would
flare with a bottomless hatred.
"I hated him. of course, know-
ing what he had done. But I also
felt amazement. How could a hu-
man being come into this world
and become an Eichmann? It
puz/.led me then and it puzzles
me to this day."
HAUSNER speaks of Eich
mann and the trial as if it took
place yesterday, with something
of the good trial lawyer's sense of
the dramatic in the telling of the
story. For Gideon Hausner, who
came to Israel from Poland soon
after his Bar Milzvah in 1927 and
who lost members of his family in
volved with, and fascinated by
Eichmann as he was 20 years
ago.
Those years have been hill I
Hausner's career as a trial lawyer '
at 67 he still maintains an ac-
tive practice in Jerusalem has
been busy and successful. He is a
former Member of Knesset and
cabinet''minister, a lecturer at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
president of the International
Association of Trial Lawyers
chairman of the Yad Vashem'
Holocaust Memorial Authority.
And yet. ironically, it was that
encounter with a hated Nazi that
has formed the dominant period
of his life. He carries the hanged
Eichmann with him like an al
batross.
"Yes. it is so," says Hausner.
"Wherever I travel and in the
past, when I represented Israel
on various parliamentary dele-
gations abroad and am intro-
duced to people, there is an
immediate flicker of recognition
in their eyes: I am the man who
prosecuted Eichmann."
HAUSNER DOES not feel,
however, that he should "lay the
ghost." even if he could do so
The lessons of the trial are
fading, not only for those who
seek to deny the Holocaust took
place at all, but also for decent
people who have innocently
accepted the view that Eichmann
was no evil genius, but a weak
cog in a machine; that he scarcely
understood and was powerless to
resist that many men might
have done what he did under
similar circumstances.
Such a view, encapsulated in
the phrase "the banality of evil"
by American-Jewish writer and
philosopher Hannah Arendt. who
covered the trail for the Neu
Yorker magazine, rouses Haus-
ner to battle, for he sees in it the
blunting of the concepts of right
and wrong and the accountability
of men that lie at the base of civi
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Friday, February 19,1982
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 19
lized behavior.
"That phrase, 'the banality of
evil' is one of the most vicious
ever invented," he declares in a
V rare flash of anger. "It is a
distortion of the truth, an at-
tempt to provide some sort of an
answer which will be different
from the accepted one, and it
stems from a weakness of present
intellectuals who, in trying to be
different, offer fireworks of
seeming originality.
"BUT THERE is nothing
original, nor worthwhile, in the
theory that Eichmann was a mere
cog in the Nazi machine. He was
an extraordinary man, an organi-
zational genius. At a time when
Germany was desperately throw-
ing everything it had into the
^ war, when 11 million forced la-
borers had been gathered from all
over Europe to free every avail-
able German to fight, Eichmann
could get enough rolling stock,
manpower and material for the
Final Solution.
"He pursued the operation
against the Jews relentlessly,
even when other leading Nazis
men in charge of production in
. France, Poland and Holland
asked him to let them have some
1 people to man the factories. But
F.ichmann said 'No.'
To illustrate Eichmann's
power. Hausner relates the story
of Jenni Cozzi, a Jewish woman,
born in Riga, who was married to
a non-Jewish officer in the Italian
Army.
"Jenni Cozzi's husband fell on
the Russian front and she re-
turned to her family in Latvia
and found herself trapped in the
Riga ghetto. Somehow, she
managed to inform her husband's
friends of her predicament. The
"* Italian Consul in Danzig ap-
proached the German Foreign
Office and suggested that she
might be allowed to go to Italy.
"The request was passed to
Kichmann, whose deputy, Rolf
(iuenther, replied that there was
no possibility of releasing Mrs.
Cozzi as 'the Jewess Cozzi will
certainly use her knowledge of
events in the Riga ghetto for
spreading anti-Germany atrocity
propaganda.'
"THEN THE Italian Ambas-
sador to Germany approached
German Foreign Minister Von
Rihlientrop. It was, he explained,
;i matter of prestige for Italian
officers to help the widow of a
fallen comrade. Would von
Rlbbentrop use his influence?
"Von Ribbentrop could do
nothing. The matter was again
referred to Kichmann, who
replied that "the measures
against the Jews are total and
uniform and we can make no ex-
ceptions."
"Von Ribbentrop was not
satisfied with this: At least, he
said to Kichmann, 'give a few
convincing reasons explaining
your refusal. We can hardly de-
scribe the Final Solution to the
Italians.' There was no answer
from F.ichmann.
"The next move was un-
precedented. The secretary-
general of the Italian Fascist
Party appealed to Martin Bor-
V. mann. the secretary-general of
the German Nazi Party, saying
that there were serious mis-
givings in Italy about the
Germans' refusal to accede to
such a simple reauest. But Bor-
mann could do nothing. It was all
in Eichmann's hands. Bormann
wrote to him: 'Maybe you can do
something in this case.'
"Kichmann replied that since
Mussolini was dead the matter
would probably be dropped by
the Italians and that, in any case,
he would order that the Jewess
Cozzi' be included in the next de-
portation from Riga. She was
never heard of again."
HAUSNER GIVES another
example of Eichmann's un-
questioned power as "a master of
life and death."
"In July, 1944, there were
432,000 Jews left in Budapest, of
a pre-war population of over one
million. Five trainloads of Jews
were going to Auschwitz one day
and four the next. In Auschwitz,
the gas chambers and crematoria
were working around the clock,
destroying 10.000 human
beings every day.
"But suddenly, Miklos
Horthy, the Regent of Hungary,
refused to make any more trains
available to Kichmann. The war
was obviously lost for Germany,
the Pope had warned Horthy, a
Roman Catholic, about his com-
plicity in the slaughter of the
Jews, as had the King of Sweden.
Horthy got cold feet.
"Hitler, for the first time in the
course of the war, made a con-
cession; a cable was sent from the
Foreign Office in Berlin to the
(ierman Ambassador in Buda-
pest with orders from Hitler that
the 8.700 families with passports
be allowed to leave. All the rest
would be deported to the camps.
"A FEW HOURS later, the
ambassador cabled back to
Berlin: 'The local commander of
the SS concerning Jewry, Lt. Col.
Kichmann, takes the view that
Jews in no case should be allowed
to leave. The matter concerns
people who have a biological
value. Many of them are veteran
Zionists, and their immigration
to Palestine or elsewhere is un-
desirable. Kichmann intends, in
view of the decision of the
Fuehrer, to ask Himmler to
appeal against this permission.'
*'Do you see the importance of
this message?" asks Hausner. "A
mere lieutenant colonel of the SS
sitting in Budapest, daring to ask
his boss to appeal to Hitler to
change his mind something no
general or field marshal dared to
do. Was this the action of a mere
cog, an insignificant underling
caught in the iron grip of the
system?"
"As Himmler said when he
sent Kichmann to Hungary to
deal with the Jews: 'To Hungary
we are sending the master him-
self.'
"He was a master, the master
of life and death, a man hand-
picked to deal with the war
against the Jews and the only
Gestapo department head who
kept the same job throughout the
war.
"How clever he was. And how
he fooled the Jews. How could
this clever nation, which had sur-
vived so many enemies by its
wits, have been fooled for so
long? Kichmann used psy-
chological warfare against us,
outwitting us at every turn until
it was too late as there was no
way out of the trap.
"He convinced the Jewish
leaders in every community that
he was genuinely interested in
their communal affairs: that he
wanted only to help the Jews re-
settle elsewhere. He even learned
Yiddish and Hebrew enough
to speak and understand a few
phrases at least.
"When the Israelis captured
him in Argentina his first words
were the Shema Yisrael. When
one of his Israeli captors heard
these words coming from that
dirty mouth he wanted to kill him
on the spot.
The irony, says Hausner. is
that while the Jews under-
estimated their wily enemy, he
never underestimated them. "He
was convinced that the physical
destruction of the Jews was the
only policy to be followed. The
Third Reich would never be safe
if Jews remained in the world. He
perceived of the unbridgeable gap
between our faith and Nazi ideo-
logy and he realized we would al-
ways undermine from within a
system predicated on Nazi doc-
trine.
"Kven when he realized the
Nazi war for world domination
was lost, Kichmann took comfort
in the destruction he himself had
wrought, telling his cronies in
Vienna. 'I will jump into my
grave laughing because I drag
with me millions of Jews. In my
sector the war was won.' '
HAUSNER HAS one regret
about the trial: "Fresh material
has since been uncovered that
adds to the jigsaw of evidence,
yet nothing to alter the outcome.
But today I would be much
sharper against the West than I,
was then, when 1^ thought that
Churchill and Roosevelt were ig-
norant of the fate of the Jews. We
now know they simply wrote
Jewry off.
"How incredible was their
standing-by in the face of their
knowledge of the Final Solution:
Particularly Roosevelt, who was
idealized by the Jews of America:
who owed them so much and
gave so little in return!
"And he was right. The belief.
'Love your neighbor, a manlike
yourself is the exact opposite of
'Trample upon the one who is un-
like yourself.'
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