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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Hollywood, Fla

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

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Happy New Year 5744 ^n3Tl ("Q1B 71X7*?
___________ and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
/olume 13 Number 18
Hollywood, Florida Friday, September 2,1963
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Price M Cents
FSB Retreat overflows
By STEVE KATON
Associate Editor
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward raised more
loney last year than ever
before for the State of Isra-
I and local Jewish services.
This year, at its first
Ifficial event, more leaders
If the South Broward
I e wish community than
ver before 120 at-
;nded Sunday's Board
leadership Retreat as a
rst step toward topping
lat record.
The crowd thronged into
le Holiday Inn at Holly-
tood Beach to hear, among
|thers. Harold Goldberg,
ssociate executive vice
lairman of United Israel
appeal.
"Every dollar pledged in the
I niti'd States to United Jewish
ppeal touches every Israeli,"
uoldberg emphasized. Through-
put his address, he stressed two
vords:
Responsibility andaoiiistment
(ioldberg called on Jews every-
where to live up to their responsi-
bility to keep alive the State of
Israel.
Without a homeland, Jews of
Ihe world are in trouble," he
Implored.
This concept. Goldberg added,
supported when a Jew con-
killers his or her contribution as
In investment not only in the
Jewish ethic and Israel's very
(istence. but as a future for
very giver and his and her
amily.
The UIA leader reminded the
|ewish leaders of South Broward
hat Israel has instituted a policy
no more borrowing by the
'vernment (as an anti-inflation
leasure), thus spelling severe
jrtailment of numerous vital
ucial services.
"Voluntary support is giving
trength to the Jewish People,"
joldberg said.
A prime example of how UJA
lollars are used, he said, is the
FEDERATION LEADERS Ellie Katz, Harold Goldberg,
Dr. Philip Levin, Jane Sherman, Ted Newman, Dr. Saul
Singer and Sumner
Leadership Seminar.
Responsibility, investment
JDC (Joint Distribution Com-
mittee) which receives its funds
from American Jewry. Goldberg
said the 70-year-old JDC is being
called upon by Ethiopia to open
an office there.
It already has offices through-
out the world ... in Poland, in
Czechoslovakia, in the Soviet
Union. "A total of 6,000 Jews in
Poland all the Jews left in
Poland depend solely on
JDC," he said.
Second featured speaker of the
afternoon session was Jane Sher-
man from Detroit, national
Project Renewal chairman for
United Jewish Appeal.
Ms. Sherman traced the
history of Project Renewal from
the mind of Prime Minister
Menachem Begin to the 160
neighborhoods in decay in Israel
wanting rehabilitation.
She said 650,000 immigrants
from Africa were thrown into a
Western society in the early
1950s and were not properly
absorbed into the State of Israel.
This reason: lack of funds.
"They lacked pride, turning to
prostitution and thievery," Ms.
Sherman said. Delinquency and
poverty were the bywords of
become bywords
FEATURED SPEAKERS Jane Sherman of Detroit, who
addressed Project Renewal, and Harold Goldberg of
United Israel Appeal brought their particular expertise to
the afternoon session.
G. Kaye pose during Board
200,000 new Israeli children.
"Social reform, not revolt is
the object of Renewal, "she said.
But just throwing dollars into
these blighted areas was not the
answer. Look at America, build a
brand-new building for the dis-
advantaged without proper
pride and caring as a social
process and that new building
becomes a new slum in a very
short time, Ms. Sherman said.
So the answer was and is to get
the people involved. "Local
steering committees were
established to make the people
living in Project Renewal areas
responsible for their own neigh
borhoods," she said.
And it is working. But there
still are 80 neighborhoods
awaiting Renewal. The South
Broward Sister City of Hod
Hasharon is on its way to
becoming independent, yet there
still are many projects to be
completed.
Harry B. Smith, a Miami
attorney who has been active in
the Greater Miami Federation for
a decade and who served as first
chairman of the Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies (Legacies
and Endowments), pointed to his
Federation's accomplishments as
a role model.
He said the $5 million goal set
in 1973 in Miami has (crown to
Continued on Page 23
On the coming year...
Dr.PhiHpUvlB
By PHILIP ALEVIN M.D.
President, Jewish Federation of South Broward
As Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur approach,
it has been customary for the president of our
Federation to offer some words of wisdom to the
readers of the Jewish Floridian. Wisdom you may
not get, but I am willing to share with you some of
my holiday thoughts.
Unfortunately, most of us are two- or three-day
a year Jews when it comes to supporting our syna-
gogues and temples. We are now planning to make
our annual visits to our houses of worship.
I am told that only 17 percent of the Jewish
families in South Broward even have temple or
synagogue affiliation.
The facts are that we cannot continue to educate
our Jewish youth or offer the Jews in our area the
necessary services of houses of worship unless the
temples and synagogues survive.
They cannot survive if we do not support them.
I am sure many of you are wondering why the
president of Federation is stressing synagogue
affiliation. I believe that if the Jewish ethic is to
endure we must have three areas of response:
The State of Israel, the Jewish community and
the synagogues. Without all three, we are in
trouble.
So, at the beginning of this New Year, do more
than purchase tickets for High Holiday services.
Be a total Jew.
Support a synagogue or temple, so that the
backbone of our survival over the centuries shall
itself survive.
To all our friends, may I wish you and yours a
happy New Year, L'shana Tova.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 2,1983

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In the Jewish month of Tishri,
approximately 3800 years ago, an
event took place that had a profound
affect on the conscience of humanity.
It established the principle that
Man alone is responsible for preserving
the gift of freedom granted to him by
God at the Creation.
The experience of the patriarch
Abraham, the father of the Jewish
people, launched a new era of human
understanding. For Abraham's will-
ingness to sacrifice his most cherished
possession, his son Isaac, on behalf of
his faith and ideals, gave man a new
direction and purpose for life.
The Biblical story of Abraham's
triumph, therefore, is not merely an
account of the test of .the strength of
one man's convictions and prepared-
ness to act on behalf of what he
believed. It is a test all humanity must
be ready to face. For freedom to live,
develop and worship as one chooses is a
gift not easily acquired, and once
obtained,often requires sacrifice to
maintain.
If humanity is unprepared to meet
its obligations to preserve freedom, it
may ultimately lose it
Rosh Hashana, the solemn Jewish
New Year, reaffirms the principle
established nearly 4000 years ago, that
Man's destiny to be free lies in his
own hands.
Aa the Shofar is sounded on Rosh
Hashana, it summons humanity to
unite in the cause of freedom and jus-
tice. It bids mankind to heed the pleas
of all who suffer from oppression and
slavery. It rekindles the spirit of hope
and peace for humanity.
It evokes the day in which Man met
his soul.
It's what makes us Jews.
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Federation women
to devote Dec. 8 to
education, socialization
More than 1,200 women from all over South Breward are
expected at the Jewish Federation of South Broward, Women's
Division, Community Day on Thursday, Dec. 8, at the Diplomat
Hotel.
The annual day-long event, under the direction of Helen
Cohan and Merle Orlove, gathers distaff leaders of every Jewish
organization in the area for a day of education and socialization.
This year a new seminar format is being instituted. Four
seminars are to be offered, with attendees choosing two from
these seminar topics:
"The Evolution of the Jewish Family," as seen by Gene
Greenzweig, executive director of the Central Agency for Jewish
Education.
"The Jewish Connection," to be led by Marilyn Tallman, a
long-time Jewish activist who specializes in media.
"Advocacy: The American Jewish Responsibility", under
the watchful eye of Federation lobbyist Elaine Bloom.
"Preventing the Nuclear Holocaust: The Jewish
Response, "to be led by Rabbi David Saperstein, co-director and
counsel of the Religious Action Center.
Scholar-in-Residence Rabbi Harold Schulweis, editor, in-
structor, philosopher and lecturer, is to be the featured speaker
during the afternoon session.
Registration at the Diplomat begins at 8:45 a.m. The program
will run until 2 p.m. Fee for the day, including luncheon, is $25.
Ida Nudel
JIME TO REMEMBER Along with New Year's greeting
this year, the Jewish Federation of South Broward Soviet
Jewry Committee suggests you send a meaningful message. A
package of 15 New Year's cards is available at Federation for
S8. which goes toward sending packages to Jews trapped
behind the Iron Curtain. For more information on the card
assortments, call the Federation at 921-8810.
Paris classes set
Dr. Abraham Gittelson of the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education (CAJE) is to teach
two classes on French Jewry this
month at the Jewish Federation
of South Broward.
This year's Paris-Israel
Mission (Oct. 11-24) will visit the
homeland of 375,000 Jews in
Paris. South Broward Mission-
goers are to share cocktails with
David de Rothschild, president of
the Jewish Federation of Paris, in
addition to a full itinerary of
sights.
After France it's on to Israel
for nine days that participants
won't soon forget, including
meeting top Israeli leaders, both
in government and at Hod
Hasharon, South Broward's
Sister City and Project Renewal
site.
The classes are to take place
Wednesday, Sept. 14, and
Monday, Sept. 26, beginning at
7:30 p.m.
Overall Missions chairman
again this year is Joan Raticoff;
Paris-Israel Mission leaders are
Herb and Doris Tolphen.
For more information, call Lin-
da Meyers Reich at Federation,
921-8810.
Merle Orlove
Happy New Year
Alfred Golden, Exec. V.P.
Douglas Lazarus, F.D.
William Settles
Carl Grossberg
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Greater Miami extend greetings and best wishes to the
entire community for a happy and healthy New Year.
Rabbi Jeffrey L. Ballon
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin
Rabbi Bennet H. Greenspon
Rabbi David W. Gordon
Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe
Rabbi Carl Klein
Rabbi Phillip A. Labowltz
Rabbi Joseph M. Langner
Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Rabbi Richard J. Margolis
Rabbi Harold Richter
Rabbi Chalm Z. Rozwaski
Rabbi Emanuel Schenk
Rabbi David Shapiro
Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter
Rabbi Elliot Skidded
Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Rabbi Herbert C. Tobln
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The Jewish Fhridian and Shofarof Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 2,1983
Federation & JCC
Partners in building Jewish communities
By LIONEL KOPPMAN
And
FRANK F. WUNDOHL
The Jewish Federation and the Jewish Com-
munity Center are "Made in America" in-
stitutions.
On this Rosh Hashana, it is appropriate to
examine the ways in which these two partners in
serving the Jewish community enhance the
quality of Jewish life and assure a rich and full
Jewish New Year for North American Jewry.
Esther Leah Kitz has long been a leader on the
local, national and international levels. In
Milwaukee, she has been president of both the
Jewish Federation and the JCC. She is president
of JWB and vice president of the Council of
Jewish Federations (CJF) and is president of the
World Confederation of JCCs. She is on the board
of the American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee (JDC).
In an interview with JWB public interpretation
staff members, Mrs. Ritz showed how she views
Jewish Federations and JCCs as partners in
building Jewish community. Following are ex-
cerpts of that interview:
Mrs. Ritz, what is your philosophy regarding
the Jewish community and the Jewish Com-
munity Center?
I believe that the Jewish Community Center
field shares with the Federation field a philosophy
which is summed up in the term "Jewish People'
- Klal Yiaroel
The things that unite us our history, our
culture, our religion are more important than
the things which divide us. That is not only the
premise on which Jewish Community Centers
operate but also the theme that JCCs must
convey to the Jewish people both here and
worldwide.
These two the JCCs movement and the
Federation movement which are uniquely
American social inventions, the specific product
of the North American Jewish experience, derive
from this sense of peoplehood.
I see Federations and JCCs as inevitable
partners in a unique way, different from other
agencies, because of their common assumption.
They are both in the business of community
building: JCCs by building Jewish identity in
individuals and groups; Federations by creating
and supporting the institutions which help
strengthen community.
Leadership, both volunteer and professional,
tends to flow between JCCs and Federations more
than among other agencies and Federations.
Because of their common purpose and common
interest, Federations will increasingly look to
JCCs as the informal setting for community
building, for strengthening the communities for
which Federations are responsible. Not that they
do the whole job. Jewish educational agencies
must play a role. So must synagogues.
We hear people questioning the very future of
Jewish life in North America. They point to the
dual problems of growing aaehnuation and
alienation. How do yon view this?
There are growing problems of assimilation, of
alienation, of inter-marriage, of even more than
those of passivity and of nothingness.
Assimilation and intermarriage, alienation and
passivity have been characteristics of all Jewish
history. And yet, we have survived.
I am personally committed to the idea that
Judaism and Jewish life are tremendously ex-
citing, that a people which has survived and
continued to be creative over thousands of years
represents something that ought to attract great
numbers of people. I don't think they have been
told about it or taught about it in a way that
intrigues them.
We live in a society which is free. Maybe that's'
one of the reasons why we are more subject
to some of these activities and some of these
concerns. If you lived in a closed society and
never saw a non-Jew, it is unlikely that you would
marry one.
We live in an open society. Our kids go to
school from nursery school through college
usually with non-Jews.
We have to find ways to convey the excitement,
the romance, the uniqueness of Judaism and the
Jewish people from nursery school to the age of 90
to keep people in the heart of this open society
committed to remaining Jews.
I think it can be done. I think JCCs can play an
important part in that process. I don't think it's
all going to happen at the snap of a finger, nor
quickly, but I want to substitute joy for duty: I
want at least to add joy to duty!
Do you see the JCC as a setting far both in-
formal and formal Jewish educational ex-
periences?
I see the JCC absolutely as an educational
setting. It's an informal setting for both formal
Ritz
and informal education. I think JCCs can deal
more with experiential learning than with what
we call didactic that is the instructional
kind of learning. But, I think it is absolutely
essential that JCCs be in that business.
JWB is very much interested in the connection
between North America and Israel. How do you
see the relationship between Israel and the
Diaspora?
I believe most emphatically that a Jewish
community will survive, not only survive but
survive creatively, in the Diaspora and especially
in North America.
When we talk about the centrality of Israel as
the Jewish People, the idea of a people who have
persisted in many different places with the
thought of returning to Jerusalem, then I'm very
comfortable with it.
I reject the notion that Jewish life can exist
only within those parameters and perimeters
which are the State and the Land and that all
Jewish life outside will wither away.
I have been to many Jewish communities in the
world which acted on the assumption that Jewish
life would exist only in Israel, and it became for
them to some degree a self-fulfilling prophecy.
They did not create institutions to strengthen
their own communities, and to guarantee then-
own Jewish survival. I don't want to create that
self-fulfilling prophecy for North American
Jewry.
What are the challenges that Jewish mobility
creates for the future of the Jewish community,
for JCCs, for Federations? How do you see us
meeting those challenges?
The whole American society is more mobile
than it once was, the population, the continent, if
you wish, is tipping to the south and west, and so
is the Jewish community.
For older people who are moving in retirement,
there is one set of problems. Loneliness is a fact of
life even for people who live in affluent retirement
communities.
That's one set of problems I think Jewish
Community Centers can address. Young families
that move are young parents and their children
are young singles who marry away from the
community in which they have lived.
What we have then is the destruction of the
traditional Jewish family support system, and the
Jewish Community Centers and Jewish corn-
Continued On Page 16
Rep. Lehman praised
EDITOR, The Jewish Fhridian:
Congratulations on the recog-
nition you are receiving from the
City of Hallandale. I regret very
much that I could not be present
for this testimonial luncheon.
Although your service to your
congressional district has been
outstanding, all Floridians have
benefited from your tenure in
Washington. We in state govern-
ment have been particularly
grateful for your actions as chair-
man of the Subcommittee on
Transportation of the House Ap-
propriations Committee.
In that role, you have been in-
strumental in securing federal
funding for projects at airports
throughout Florida, including the
Southern Florida Regional Air-
port, the Opa-Locka Airport and
the international airports in Fort
Lauderdale-Hollywood, Miami
and Orlando.
In another arena, I appreciate
your consistent support for
federal reimbursement to our
state and local governments for
expenses related to handling the
influx of refugees and entrants
from trie Caribbean during the
past few years.
Commerdations are in order to
the Hallandale City Commission
hosting this testimonial to a de-
dicated public servant. We
couldn't have too many like you.
With warm regards,
Sincerely,
Bob Graham
Governor
Editor's note: Hallandale will
honor U.S. Congressman William
Lehman (D-Fla.l on Sunday,
Sept. 25, at the Diplomat Hotel.
L'Shana Tova
EDITOR, The Jewish Fhridian:
The Prune Minister of Israel
through the Zionist Revisionist
Herat of USA wishes to extend
to the residents of South
Broward, L'SHANA TOVA and
365 days of health, wealth and
nachas with a message to the
world that only a united govern-
ment of Israel with strong mili-
tary forces will bring peace to the
Middle East.
8AMUEL ROTHKOPF
Representative
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Friday, September 2,1963
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
Shalom Brunch Sept 25
Kxpressly for newcomers, the
season's first "Shalom South
Broward Brunch" is being
sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward on
Sunday, Sept. 26, beginning at
9:45 a.m. at the Federation, 2719
Hollywood Blvd.
The concept of Shalom is to
welcome residents new to the
area, as well as those who have
lived here but have not been
introduced to Federation.
^ "The Shalom Brunch offers a
marvelous opportunity to meet
new friends, while discovering
more about what Federation's
family of agencies can do for
you," Brenda Greenman, Shalom
chairman, says.
The Sept. 25 brunch is to be
followed by other such Shalom
events to integrate and welcome
all Jewish brethren.
"If you know anyone who has
just moved to South Broward, or
Arnon, Ben-Hur
leaving their
posts In Miami
Consul General of Israel Joel
Arnon, who was instrumental in
establishing the Israel Consulate
in Miami and has been in charge
since its opening in February
1982, says his assignment will
end in October, and he will return
to Israel.
Atlanta Consul General Yeho-
shua Trigor has been appointed
mWy the government of Israel to
succeed Arnon. He will assume
his duties the first week in
October.
Miami Vice Consul Oded Ben-
Hur will be leaving his post at the
end of this month to return to Is-
rael for reassignment. His suc-
cessor will be Dorit Shavit.
Calendars
available
at AmeriFirst
In observance of the Jewish
New Year, which begins Wednes-
day night Sept. 7, six Broward
County offices of AmeriFirst
Federal Savings and Loan
Association will make available
to visitors coming into the offices
a 1983-84 Jewish calendar.
These useful, informative
calendars contain important holi-
day dates printed in Hebrew as
well as English. They will be
available at the following Ameri-
First offices through Sept. 9:
Universal Plaza, 5631 North
.University Drive in Lauderhill;
Sunrise Lakes, 2900 North
University Drive in Sunrise;
Broward Mall, Broward Mall
Shopping Center in Plantation;
Oakland Park, 3201 North
Federal Highway in Oakland
Park; East Sunrise, 2515 East
Sunrise Boulevard in Fort
Lauderdale; and Gait Ocean
Mile, 3201 North Ocean
Boulevard, also in Fort Lauder-
dale.
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l|th Anniversary this year, is
one of the Souths largest
financial institutions, with assets
exceeding $4 billion and is one of
the state's largest residential real
(state lenders.
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anyone who has lived here and
would now like to become part of
the Federation family, please let
us know," Mrs. Greenman says.
Guest speaker on Sept. 25 will
be Dodie Weinstein, marriage
and family therapist and long-
time Jewish activist, who will
speak on "Jewish Families on the
Move: Uprooting."
For more information, contact
Debbie Brodie at Federation, 921-
8810, or write to Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward, 1719 Hol-
lywood Blvd., Hollywood, Fla.
33020.
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A Healthy and Happy
New Year
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The Jewish Fhridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 2,1983
Distaff note: Raise your Jewish awareness
Under the guiding hand of
Susen Grossman. Leadership De-
velopment vice president, the
Women's Division, Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward. is
planning four area-wide Jewish
Awareness Seminars.
All four educational seminars
are to be conducted in the homes
of members and will feature
speakers with expertise in a par-
ticular field. Mrs. Grossman
says.
"For the sake of distance to
travel, we are setting up seminars
in the Emerald Hills, Hollywood
Hills. Beach and Hollybrook
areas," the Women's Division
officer adds.
Beginning Oct. 3 and running
every Monday thereafter through
Nov. 14, the Phase I program,
under the co-chairmanship of
Merle Orlove and Rasha Silber-
berg, will lead off with Marilyn
Tallman. whose topic will be
Our Legacy for Tomorrow: Me-
mories Created for the Next Gen-
eration."
On Oct. 10. Jerry Gleekel will
bring this expertise to the topic
"Currents-Update of World
Jewry;" followed by the topic
"OoDression to Freedom:" and
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"If I Forget Thee O' Jerusalem."
with CAJE speaker Abraham
Gittelson.
CAJE (Central Agency for
Jewish Education) Director Gene
Greenzweig is to speak Oct. 31 on
the topic "Update: American
Jewry." followed by the Federa-
tion's Herbert Katz on Nov. 7
who will address "The Washing-
ton Connection."
The final seminar on Nov. 14
will find Women's Division Pres-
ident Nancy Brizel talking
on"Life Behind the Lifeline."
Under the co-chairmanship of
Merle Lunday and Elayne Topol-
ski. the Phase II Jewish Aware-
ness Seminars are to begin Oct.
12 and run four consecutive
Wednesdays.
First speaker is to be Israeli
expert Gleekel. whose topic will
be "Update: Israel," followed by
Rabbi Morton Rosen thai on Oct.
19 who will address the topic
"Disappearing Jewish Communi-
ties."
The next Wednesday. Oct. 26.
"Jewish Communities in the
Sunbelt:; will be the topic of
Rabbi Herbert Tobin. followed by
Women's Division Campaign
Vice President Evelyn Stieber on
Nov. 2 to discuss the movie "Life
Behind the Lifeline."
For Hollybrook women, four
consecutive Fridays are being
planned for the seminars They
are to begin Oct. 28 with Israeli
Assistant Vice Consul Dorit
Shavit addressing the topic "Is-
rael Today." On Nov. 4, Andy
Warhol's 10 Portraits of Jews of
the 20th Century will be dis-
cussed by Rabbi Norman Lipson
of CAJE.
"Jewish Communities in the
Sunbelt" is to be the topic of
Rabbi Tobin of the Jewish Feder-
ation of South Broward on Nov.
11. On the 18th, the series will
conclude with a discussion of the
Federation movie "Life Behind
the Lifeline."
Co-chairmen for the Holly-
brook seminars are Rbea Krieirer
and Edna Cohen.
For Hollywood and Hallandale
Beach women, Jewish Awareness
Seminars are to start Oct. 20 with
"World Jewry Update," with
Gleekel as the speaker.
Beach seminars will run for
four consecutive Thursdays
through Nov: 10. The second
seminar, to be led by CAJE's
Gittelson Oct. 27, is to address
the topic "Israel "If I Forget
Thee O' Jerusalem."
On Nov. 3, Warhol's 10 Por-
traits of Jews of the 20th Century
is to be looked at by CAJE's
Rabbi Lipson, and, on Nov. 10,
"Our Destiny, Our Responsibil-
ity" will be the topic of Delia
Rosenberg and Beverly Shapiro,
who also are serving as co-chair-
men of the Beach Women's
Jewish Awareness Seminar.
If you would like further infor-
mation on any part of the
program, contact Beverly Bach-
rach. Women's Division director
at the Federation (921-8810).
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Lriday,Septemb!r212983_
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
Women
[o learn
Iheir rights
lept. IS
, Know your rights, If you
Bon't. you may lose them.'
T -phis is the message Adrienne
B Maidenbaum, an attorney who
tves in Pembroke Pines, will
[ress and elaborate upon as
i speaks before the Women's
Business and Professional
Network, Women's Division,
Jewish Federation of South
jjroward.
Beginning at 7:30 p.m. Sept.
|5 at the Federation, 2719
Hollywood Blvd., Ms.
Maidenbaum, a partner in the
Hallandale law firm of Feinberg
md Maidenbaum, will delve into
onsumers' rights, past, present
j future.
ilie attorney, who also teaches
Florida Atlantic University's
aralegal Institute in Boca
aton, for four years was a
junselor at Legal Aid of
reward County.
She had been a librarian in the
lade County School System
efore graduating from
Jniversity of Miami School of
aw.
The stated purpose of the
business and Professional
Women's Network, according to
o-chairmen Dodie Weinstein and
usan Matter, is to discuss issues
levant to working women, be
tflrmed of and take action on
ewish and community concerns,
letwork for social and business
urpuses and create awareness
nd participate in activities of the
/omen's Division.
Meetings take place the third
hursday of the month at 7:30
at the Federation. For
dditional information, contact
udy Eitelberg at the Federation,
21-8810.
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The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward is re-
gistering for after-school day
care. Cost is $25 per week pay-
able monthly. Pickups at area
schools, snacks and activities are
planned.
Preschool
The JCC is registering 2'/1-4-
year-olds for a playgroup. There
are still openings in the three-day
and five-day programs.
Dance
Join the JCC Singles 20-40 at
its Labor Day dance Saturday,
Sept. 3, from 9 pjn.-l a.m. at the
Miramar Golf and Country Club,
3700 Douglas Road, Miramar.
Cost is 85. Music is to be
provided bv a DJ.
Weekend
"One Singular Sensation," a
super South Florida singles
weekend, will be at the Jupiter
Beach Hilton Nov. 4-6. Cost per
person is S135, which covers
room, meals, workshops, enter-
tainment, T-shirt, tax and
gratuities.
Reservations and deposits
must be made by Sept. 26. Call
Mark Brotman at 921-6511 or
write to the Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward, 2838
Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood,
Fla. 33020, to reserve a place.
Clataea
The Adult Department of the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Broward, 2838 Hollywood
Blvd., will be offering and ex-
citing season of fall classes.
Classes include aerobics, basic
computer, Yiddish for all ages,
PET (parent effectiveness train-
ing), bridge, Ulpan (modern con-
versational Hebrew), Sholom
Aleichem (reading prayers) and
Israeli and international folk
dancing.
PET
The JCC s parent effectiveness
training course (PET) starting
Tuesday, Oct. 4, from 7-9;30p.m.
lasts six weeks and offers proven
methods to help bring parents
and children together and to
teach parents how to help their
children grow into loving, mature
and productive adults.
PET teaches communication
skills that are effective in differ-
ent situations at home, work
recreation. The course will be
taught by Maria Gale, and cost is
$30 for JCC members and $35 for
non-members.
Computer*
The JCC is again offering basic
computer I at Radio Shack Com-
puter Center, 429 State Road 7 in
Hollywood.
Two classes will be offered
Monday evening 6:30-8:30 -
starting Oct. 3 and Thursday af-
ternoon 1-3:30 p.m. starting Oct.
6. Cost is $50.
Garden trip
The JCC will tour the Grove
Isle Sculpture Gardens in Coco-
nut Grove on Wednesday, Oct.
26, from 9a.m. to 3:30p.m.
The tour of the 50 pieces of
contemporary sculpture dotting
the beautiful landscape on Grove
Isle will be conducted by Martin
Margulies.
Free time for lunch and shop-
ping in the Grove will follow.
Tickets are $8 for JCC mem-
bers, $10 for non-members and
includes the tour and round-trip
transportation.
Brunch Bunch
The JCC announces its fall
season of the "Brunch Bunch"
enrichment workshops for
women.
Coffee and daniah and stimu-
lating discussions led by profes-
sional facilitators are on the
menu.
The group will meet monthly
the second Wednesday 9:30-11
a.m., Sept. 14. Oct. 12, Nov. 9
< and Dec. 14.
The first session, "Quality
' Time for Me," on Sept. 14 will be
led by Augusta Zimmerman.
The fee for each session is $2
for JCC members, $2.50 for non-
members or $7 and $9 for the
entire series. Registration is re-
quired.
Dinner Theater
The JCC is offering three din-
ner-theater trips for the coming
season.
They are Wednesday evening,
Nov. 16, "Pal Joey" at Royal
Palm Dinner Theatre. Cham-
pagne Brunch Dec. 18, "Bye Bye
Birdie" at Burt Reynolds Dinner-
Theatre; and Tuesday evening,
Jan. 17, 1984, "Annie" at Royal
Palm Dinner-Theatre.
All trips include round-trip
transportation from the center.
Senior classes
The Southeast Focal Point Se-
nior Center will be offering new
classes beginning Sept. 1 with
ballroom dancing; Sept. 7, drama
class; Sept. 6, sketching; and
basic sewing, Yiddish, Bible
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9
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The Jewish Floridian andShofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
Spain moving to improve relations with Israel
PARIS (JTA) The Foreign
Ministry of Spain has announced
that Premier Felipe Gonzales has
not yet decided whether to seek
formal diplomatic ties with Israel
but that Spain is already acting
to improve its economic and
cultural relations with the Jewish
State.
His statement followed reports
in the Spanish and Israeli press
that the two countries are about
to exchange diplomatic recogni-
m tion and to exchange ambassa-
dors.
A report in the Israeli press
said Israeli envoys in Madrid
were already looking for a
suitable building to house the
embassy.
Spain is the only Western Eu-
ropean country that has never
recognized Israel despite the fact
that since its admission to the
European Economic Community
(EEC) it has been under wide-
spread pressure from its partners
to align itself with the rest of the
EEC member-states.
Gonzales' electoral victory was
seen as giving Spain an addition-
al push on the way to recognizing
Israel. He had visited the Jewish
State on several occasions as
guest of the Labor Party.
While he was in the opposition,
Gonzales hinted that if he were
elected, there would be an im-
provement in Spain's relations
with Israel. A Spanish Socialist
delegation, led by the party''
chairman, Ramon Rubnial, is in
Israel to meet with government
officials and Labor Party leader
- Shimon Peres.
The Spanish press said that
Gonzales is probably waiting for
at least a partial Israeli pullback
in Lebanon before announcing his
decision.
Diplomatic reports in the
Spanish dailies also said Gon-
zales, who is a vice president of
the Socialist International, would
have preferred to exchange am-
bassadors with a Labor-led gov-
ernment in Israel.
Spain has traditionally dose
economic links with the Arab
states and in 1982 imported 14
billion worth of oil from Saudi
Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar
and mffTitgd to sell them
products for a near equivalent
amount.
Arab influence is traditionally
strong in Madrid and the Spanisr
Socialists are, together with their
Greek colleagues, the least influ-
enced by U.S. policies in the Mid-
dle East.
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2,1983
Moscow Book Fair
vital to ref useniks
i
for All Your Trawl Needs.
2600 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale, Florida 33009
Brwd.: (305) 4564000 Dado 006) 944-7119
NEW YORK (JTA) A 64-
page catalogue hating more than
1.000 book titles, records and ed-
ucational materiala of Jewiah
content and interest will be dis-
tributed by the Association of
Jewish Rook Publishers at the
Fourth Moscow International
Book Fair Sept. 6-12.
The catalogue, prepared by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'nth. also contains s wealth of
supplementary material in Rus-
sian translation.
Included are an article on the
range and diversity of Jewiah
book publishing in the United
States; short descriptions of all
the Jewish holidays; Jewish
prayers; traditional Jewish
recipes, including one for haman-
t ashen. Jewish melodies and
lyrics; a listing of Jewish
Olympic prise winners of all
countries from 1896 to 1976, and
a multi-color foldout of the
alphabet in Hebrew and Russian.
According to Abraham Fox-
man, ADL associate national
director and head of its interna-
tional affairs division, 10,000
copies of the catalogue have been
printed to accommodate the
expected demand.
He said a similar catalogue
distributed at the fair two years
ago "was snapped up by Soviet
Jews who mobbed the exhibit."
Foxman said that ADL re-
gards the display of Jewish books
at the Moscow Fair every two
years as one of the most signifi-
cant contributions made by the
American Jewiah community to
the maintenance of Jewish life
and culture in the USSR.
"Soviet Jews demonstrated
their feelings in 1981," ha de-
clared, "by the overwhelming en-
thusiasm of their "response, with
many of the traveling ten to 12
hours and standing in long lines
just to attend the fair and touch
their Jewish roots."
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 16
Two causes generally prompt
setting up charitable trust
This is the first of a two-part series on charitable trusts. The
author, Gene K. Glasser Esq., is a Hollywood attorney For
further information, contact the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, Legacies and Endowments, at 921-8810.

By GENE K. GLASSER
The two motivations for
charitable transfers are tax
reduction and the benefiting of a
specific cause which the donor
finds personally appealing.
The tax reduction can be in the
form of income tax deductions or
estate tax deductions, as well as
affording other estate planning
benefits.
The charitable donee recipient,
for tax deduction purposes, must
be one that is recognized by the
Internal Revenue Service as a
qualifying exempt organization,
such as the Legacies and
Endowment Fund at Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
In general, other than outright
contributions and certain limited
exceptions for personal
residences and farms, no tax
deductions are available for gifts
of partial interests in property.
One significant estate planning
exception to the general rule of
disallowance for partial-interest
gifts, exists for certain charitable
trusts, as long as strict technical
rules are followed.
One such trust, which may be
..created either during lifetime or
after death, can provide for an
income interest to a non-
charitable donee and the
remainder interest to a charitable
organization, or the income to a
charitable organization for a
period of time and the remainder
interest to a non-charitable
donee.
Although reference is usually
made to a single charitable
organization donee, the trust
instrument may provide for
multiple charitable recipients,
furthermore, the donor may
specify the charitable beneficiary
oi beneficiaries by name or may
confer upon others the power to
select the charitable beneficiaries.
One type of split-interest trust
in the charitable remainder trust,
whereby the taxpayer or the
estate receives a current income
lax or estate tax deduction
I depending upon whether the
II ust is created during lifetime or
at death).
The taxpayer or another donee
receives a lifetime income interest
in the transferred property and
I he charitable donee receives the
remainder interest.
The second type of split-
interest trust, which will be
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She was installed at a district
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Toastmasters International is
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dedicated to the development of
communication and leadership
skills.
For more information about
Toastmasters, call 962-0625.
discussed in the next article, is
the charitable income trust, also
known as a charitable lead trust.
In this type of trust, a stated
amount or specified percentage of
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Federation and JCC
Continued from Pag* <
mutinies have to create contemporary substitutes
for the tnulit umal natural support system.
Mrs. Hit/. you have been chairman of JWB
minion* to Jewish communities in Latin America
and a member of study missions to Europe and
Israel. You are now president of the World
Confederation of Jewish Community Centers.
How do you Nee the Jewish Community Center
movement in other countries?
1 mentioned that the Jewish Community
Center is an invention of the American Jewish
community Interestingly enough, with the help
of the Joint Distribution Committee, we were able
to demonstrate some time ago that it is ex-
portable. The JIX' in Europe used both in-
stitutions, the Federation and the JCC. to help
recreate and rebuild the destroyed communities of
World War II.
The sports clubs in Latin America have to
begin moving in the same directions as the Jewish
Community Centers in the United States and
Canada. They have begun successfully, and as a
result. they are now connected with us in the
World Confederation of Jewish Community
Centers They are also affiliated with the World
Maccabi I'nun with respect to their sports and
educational programs.
Hut they also are finding the North American
model useful to them in enhancing their specific
role in strengthening their local Jewish com-
munity and building Jewish identity.
Israel is another case. Curiously enough. Israel
Centers are also moving in the area of Jewish
education in Israel where everybody gets a
Jewish education. There are gaps both among
immigrants and among children who were bom in
Israel. The centers are developing programs of
Jewish education different from what the kids
may have gotten in thier schools, in their
synagogues.
We find commonality, we find many programs
almost interchangeable. There are some
sophisticated programs that have been developed
in France, for example.
Only a handful of people in most of the Jewish
Community Centers I know of in the United
States would be able to deal with some of the
complex philosophical questions that the French
Jews deal with. Some of their seminars are at a
high academic level.
At the same time, when we talk about holiday
programs I have been at Hanukkah
celebrations in France that could have been
taking place in the JCC in Milwaukee.
I have been at Purim celebrations I have
celebrated Purim all the way down to Mexico
City, to Buenos Aires and back, and they were
also identical. The language was different, but
they were all basically the same.
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Happy New Year
For Good Health, Happiness A Peace
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Paul Nestel
i-
VShanaToval
We Wish All Our Friends
A Year Of
Health, Happiness and Shalom
Ruth and Arnold Picker
The Soviet Jewry Com
mittee of the Community
Relations Committee. Jewish
Federation of South Brow-
ard. woaid Hke to speak to
anyone ia the South Broward
area who is p^-'nig to visit
taw Soviet I'nioa ia the aeat
future.
Contact Melissa Mania at
tW Federatiea. 9S1-8810.
Also, anyone who weald
like to write to a re fuse aft or
a fcaj oi his or her
fanutjr. contact the Federa
Education
rates high
1 -.h you to know that I
consider Jewnc education of the
aew gvneratua to be one ot the
fcugbest prxvaaw e| our times
So wrote Israel Prune M meter
Mecachem Begin m response hut
month to a be bar he received from
\ h*d Croidwe past president .'
the Cect* \geocy for Jewish
Fdurauoo. aac member o* ;V
board aj directors o* the Jesu:
Federation ot South Brow ard as
w*M as aj Greater Fort Lewder
daar ami Miami Jewish Federa
taws-
la has Mtter GoUeu. aocxag
that he parucujea at lipn
three Federauoos. wrote
"la any dahoetacx-ns I have
ei
What better way
to begin the
New Year
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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N.Y. Federation sets goal of $128 million
NEW YORK (JTA) The
goal for the 1984 drive of the New
York UJA-Federation campaign
is $128 million, Morton Kor-
nreich, campaign general
chairman, announced, adding
that the target was "an all-time
record."
Kornreich also said that the
goal "represents the minimum
level necessary to provide the
most basic services for our fellow
Jews in need in Israel, around the
world and here in New York." He
said nearly four million people are
helped each year with the funds
raised in each annual drive.
He said the 1963 drive, still in
progress, is expected to raise
$100 million, as well as another
$14 million for the Israel
Emergency Fund. He said the
$128 million target was deter-
mined through "a hard-nosed
evaluation" by campaign leaders
and professional staff of the
needs which must be met and a
realistic appraisal of what the
Greater New York community
can achieve."
Kornreich said the goal-setting
process started in January when
data was collected in the needs of
the major campaign
beneficiaries: the Jewish Agency,
the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee, the New
Yoirk Association for New
Americans, the Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society, and the
130 agencies in the network of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies.
The 1984 campaign also will
focus on Project Renewal, which
requires another $6 million to
complete the physical, economic
and social rehabilitation of
Hatikvah, the depressed neigh-
borhood in Tel Aviv for which the
New York UJA-Federation
campaign has assumed
responsibility. Kornreich said
that, since 1979, a total of $14
million has been raised in New
York for Hatikvah.
Asserting that the New York
campaign "has plenty of room to
grow," Kornreich declared that
"both from the point of view of
amounts given per capita and the
number of givers as a percentage
of the Jewish population, the
UJA-Federation campaign here
has fallen behind those in other
cities."
From 1975 to 1982, he
reported, the New York cam-
paign grew by 18 percent, while
in the same period growth in
Chicago was 36 percent and in
Los Angeles 37 percent.
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May the
new year
be filled with
peace and
well being.
AMERICAN SAVINGS
And Loan Association of
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fmge 18
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, September 2,1983
'Images of Moses' good reading
Jewish Books
Jlub in Review

i service ol the l\\ B *e/s/> A Council.
15 fast ifelh St N'rw Viwi. N.V. 10010
ktkmship between ber and
Mom*.
This concept, more than any-
thing else, shows to what extent
Kabbalistic thinking recast the
image of Moses in that of the
ideal, saintly man, the Tzaddig.
whom Kabbalists considered the
"Groomsman of the Matronit."
I can go along wholeheartedly
with Silver's striking observa-
tions that "in every religion suc-
cessive generations of the faithful
have drawn significantly differ-
ent pictures of the founder and of
the founder's faith," and that "to
know a community's Moses is to
know something of its soul."
All in all, this is a highly re-
warding book for scholar and lay-
man alike.
Raphael Patai is author of "Tht
Jewish Mind" (Charles Scrib-
ner'sSons), 1978 National Jewish
Booh Award for Jewish Thought
Image* of Mosss. By Daniel
Jeremv Silver. Basic Boohs. 10
B.59St., New Yorh. NY. fOMS
19HX.XV. S3S pages. S16.9S.
Revieuvxi by Raphael Patai
The purpose of this book is "to
sketch the various portraits of
Mows which were etched in the
hearts and minds" of the Jews in
several cultural epochs In fact,
the author gives both leas and
BN than the title and this
statement indicates.
I .ess. because in selecting his
series of Moses images, while Sil-
ver dwell) on the biblical. Hellen-
ist k\ earty Christstn. Talmud*'
Midrashic. Arab-Jewish: Kab-
baltstK and modern Jewish per
ceptions. he omits the image of
Moses in Has kits m and in the
Haskala
Haskhsm does not even appear
in his booa. and Haskala is dis-
missed in one smgar bnef para
graph without any reference to
the Mask dim a vfew of Moee*
Vhe author also passes over m
silence t he remarkable procrait of
Mosee whtch liraeu painted at
the \er> begmmng of magnus
opus, the History of the Jew*.
However. Silver richly com-
pensates for omissions such as
these by presenting much more
than one would expect from the
title. For in addition to the por-
traiture of Moses, the author
places the Mosss images in the
context of the varieties of Juda-
ism of the periods and milieus
covered.
The first chapter, whose argu-
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apotheosizing Moses, actually
seems bent on diminishing his
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me.
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Islam, ana the influence those
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gion struck s responsive chord as
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C>ints I mad* in my Ta* Jewish
tfaSQ.
In the chapter on "Mosss and
the Kabbalah." I miasirt mention
of the Matronit. the Zohar's per-
sonified fernaaf aspect of God. al-
though in the Zohar much is
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 19
Chemists appeal for release
of ref usenik Tarnopolsky
NEW YORK (JTA| More
than 160 participants at the 35th
annual meeting of the American
Association for Clinical Chemis-
try have sent a petition to Soviet
authorities appealing for the
release of Dr. Yuri Tarnopolsky,
a 47-year-old chemist from Khar-
kov.
t*This was reported by the Com-
mittee of Concerned Scientists,
an independent organization of
4,000 American scientists dedi-
cated to advancing human rights
and scientific freedom of collea-
gues worldwide.
Tarnopolsky was sentenced on
June 30 to three years in a labor
camp, the maximum penalty for
"defaming the Soviet state."
The sentence capped the Soviet
authorities' longstanding cam-
/fcign to silence the emigration
activist, in his eight-year quest
lor an exit visa, the committee
aid.
Earlier retaliation against
Tarnopolsky included his dismis-
sal in 1979 from his professorship
at the Polytechnkal Institute in
he Siberian city of Krasnoyarks.
Author of more than 60 scientific
papers, Tarnopolsky has since
.hen been prevented from
working in his field.
Taraopolsky's arrest was part
of stepped-up harassment of
Kharkov emigration activists,
which began with the 1981
ntencing of acoustic physicist
Alexander Paritsky to three
jycars in a labor camp.
Paritsky, along with Tarno-
lsky and other Kharkov ac-
ivists, had established an unoffi-
ial university for Jewish
tudents denied admittance to
stitutions of higher learning
ause of anti-Semitic dis-
rimination, the committee said.
Official opposition to the
niversity resulted only in the
* st of these two leaders, but
io in forced closing. In an
extension of these harassments,
harkov activists have been sub
cted to apartment searches,
lice detentions and interro-
tions, and threats of criminal
rosecution.
The petition, spearheaded by
larvin Peil, an American re-
earch and development chemist
^ng active in support of human
its, took note of Tarno-
nlsky's ill health and asked
oviet leader Yuri Andropov for
|a favorable ruling on his
Tarnopolsky's) appeal .
onsidering the privations he has
lrt'iidy endured, and the
ggravating effect of his intern-
ent on his diabetic condition."
The clinical chemists, who met
New York, stated further in
eir petition that such action,
ollowed by permission for
I'arnopolsky to emigrate,
nahling him to "resume his
cientific career in an atmosphere
|f freedom," would "elicit the
ppreciation of countless Ameri-
an chemists and help pave the
lay for improved scientific
plations between our two coun-
ries."
The urgency of LEV
BERT's case demands imme-
Pate action. Sentenced in May to
Tie year in prison for "evasion of
raft by a reservist," Elbert is
dw being accused of possession
' hashish. The charge brought
gainst him carries a maximum
pntence of three years.
^During his transit from city
Fwon to prison camp, authori-
m claim they discovered a bag
hashish sewn into his under-
>rt, which was already in their
"~dy.
ev's fingerprints were not
M on the bag, nor did an
Instigation ensue to confirm
F rightful owner of the shirt.
f'thout any further evidence,
fthorities threw Elbert into
Ntive iaoktor cell with
Silent no more'
Soviet Jewry update]
criminal homosexuals.
In retaliation, he went on a
five-day hunger strike and
threatened to commit suicide. At
that point, Elbert was trans-
ferred to a regular cell and
allowed a visit by his wife INNA
and his father.
Inna declared a hunger strike
until such time as the case
against her husband is dropped.
Send telegrams and cables to
Camp Director Colonel Rybmit-
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Dekhpyr:
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Begun has been denied access to
his prayer book and tefilin,
because according to prison
Commandant Major Ogodin, "if
Begun wants to pray, he can
stand in front of the wall in his
cell."
The trial will be conducted by
\ the chairman of the court, Vladi-
mir Musta Fenkov. Invitations
for the witnesses are to be sent
> out two weeks in advance, so that
i the trial date should be known in
advance.
Begun has decided not to avail
himself of the services of Leonid
Popov, the lawyer which his wife
retained, because according to
Popov, "Begun and I simply do
not see eye to eye about the
conducting of his defense.'' .
Begun repeatedly has refused
any suggestion of plea-
bargaining, under which he
would plead guilty to a lesser
charge and thus avoid the maxi-
mum sentence. He holds fast to
the belief that the teaching of
modern Hebrew is in no way
contravening Soviet law or
undermining the Soviet system,
charges of which he is accused.
Repression and control seem to
be the catch-words of Andropov's
new Soviet regime. To enforce
"lawfulness" the practice of
Continued on following page
IOSEF BEGUN's trial was
once again postponed, and no
future date has been set at this
time. Begun was arrested in
November 1982 and has been
incarcerated in Vladmir prison
awaiting trial ever since.
He faces probable charges of
"anti-Soviet agitation and propa-
ganda" which carries a maximum
sentence of 12 years. Begun has
already served two terms in
Siberian exile on lesser charges.
He was recently punished at
the prison for exercising during
his daily walk in the prison yard.
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* Mrs. G. learns to let go
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I
51 families make aliya Retreat
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JERUSALEM (JTA) A total of 61 families of the 240
families who came to Israel from the United States this summer
as part of Project 1000, have decided to make aliya, the Jewish
Agency'8 immigration and absorption department says.
Project 1000 was designed for families who expressed interest
in making aliya and came to Israel to explore the scene. Most of
those who decided to immigrate said they would settle here
within the coming year. Some said they would do so within three
months.
According to a questionnaire distributed among the
prospective immigrants, 70 percent said that the program "got
them considerably closer to aliya." Most said that one of the
rmain factors in deciding to immigrate was pressure by their
children.
Eleven of 15 families who spent their pre-aliya visit near
Jerusalem have already opened local bank accounts. Four
families have purchased apartments.
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assets today of more than 823
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"Contrary to what most people
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Assets of Legacies and
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At the hearing, the distric at-
torney, Jim Brown, said there
was no suspicion of foul play or
any other illegality connected
with the woman's death and that
he, therefore, would not insist on
an autopsy. Lippincott insisted,
however, he was bound by law to
perform the autopsy because that
was "necessary" to determine the
cause of an "unexplained death."
Rapps argues that in cases of
death caused by automobile acci-
dents, courts have prohibited
autopsies as not being "neces-
sary" under the meaning of
present state law since it could be
justifiably assumed that the acci-
dent caused the death.
Silver, pointed out that the
new law amends the "necessary"
and "unexplained" provisions of
the existing law and requires a
showing by the coroner of a
"compelling public necessity" for
an autopsy to be performed over
religious objections.
Silver also argued that the new
law should be applied in the case
before Judge Green, though it
was not yet in force, as a "decla-
ration of the public policy" of the
state because it bad been ap-
proved by the Legislature, and
signed by the governor.
Rapps said Green accepted
that proposal and ruled no
autopsy should be performed and
that the coroner release to the
family the body of the woman.
The body waa taken to Manhat-
tan and the funeral rites and
burial took place immediately,
Rapps said.
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