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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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fa Jemsti Florid tin
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Volume 4 Number 26
Friday, December 26, 1975
Price 25 cents
In honor of his and Anita's
50th wedding anniversary
which they marked this past
summer Louis L. Perlman
made a eift of $50,000 to B'nai
B'rith's Perlman Camp in east-
ern Pennsylvania's Pocono
Mountains, SI.000 for each year
of his marriage.
That in anyone's. book
deserves the name "love." Lou
Perlman loves his wife and loves
life. One who gi"es because of
that impulse and inspiration is
mily a philanthropist. That's
the special mark of Louis L.
Perlman of Fort Lauderdale,
Chicago and the world. Perlman
is listed in "Who's Who in
America."
Louis Perlmin has been doing
inspired things for most of his
industrious, creative, colorful
and successful life. A retired in-
Iraq Asks
Jews To
Return
By UZ1 BENZ1MAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
An Iraqi-born Member of
the Knesset has branded
the Eaehd.id regime's re-
cent invitation to Iraqi Jews
in Israel to return to their
country of origin a piece of
"incredible demagoguery."
Mrs. Shoshana Arbeli-Al-
moslino, a Labor MK and
chairman of the Knesset's
Labor Affairs Committee,
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency in a special inter-
Continued on Page 16
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HENRY LEVY
Louis L. Perlman Honored
dustrialist, he is as active in
civic and communal causes as
he once was in business. And
whereas he once had to make
time for good causes to get
them in, to squeeze them into
his crowded calendar as an en-
gineer, entrepreneur and manu-
facturer he is now free to
devote himself fully to works
of human benefaction and bet-
terment.
LOU PERLMAN'S host of
friends and neighbors will pay
their respects to him on Sun-
day, Jan. 11, at a brunch on be-
half of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale -
United Jewish Appeal to be held
in the Regency Tower.
Leo Goodman, chairman of
Fort Lauderdale's 1976 Federa-
tion-UJA Campaign, said he be-
Continued on Page 2
Day School Dinner Is a Huge Success!
A candle-lighting ceremony
was performed during the first
annual dinner dance of the He-
brew Day School of Fort Laud-
erdale, Nov. 29. Each donor of
$1,000 or more kindled a light
to symbolize the victory of
Chanukah and the light of free-
dom and learning.
The highlight of the evening,
however, was a sound-and-light
show depicting the children and
the school.
The evening was a resounding
success, and manv of those who
attended are already looking
forward to next year's affair.
The Hebrew Day School of
Fort Lauderdale is a newly
created independent school of-
fering an integrated general and
Judaic studies program.
Unaffiliated with any organ-
ization, the community school is
partially funded by the Federa-
tion, and has kindergarteners
throuRh fourth-graders. The
school plans to add a fiff> Rrad-'
next year and another grade
each year thereafter.
Information about the Hebrew
Day School is available from the
director. Moshe Zwang, at 484-
3801. Visitors are always wel-
come.
S
JjiV* i ^^P-ilE w\ *1
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At the recent Hebrew Day
School dinner Terri Baer
lights the menorah repre-
senting the support given
the school by the Jewish
Federation. Mrs. Baer is
general campaign chairman
of the Women's Division.
At her left is Shelly Lip-
nack, dinner chairman.
LOUIS L. PERLMAN
Guests at Day School dinner danced the Hora. Over 150
persons attended the dinner, which featured a sound-and-
light show depicting the children of the school. The show
is available for Jewish groups in the area; for informa-
tion contact the Hebrew Day School office, 484-3801.
IN CAIRO VISIT
French
Isolating
Israel
By EDWIN SYTAN
PARIS (JTA) President
Valery Giscard d'Estaing went
on a five-day official visit to
Egypt last week to sign Franco-
Egyptian trade agreements, co-
ordinate the foreign policies of
the two countries and negotiate
a large-scale arms sales agree-
ment to Egypt.
Continued on Page 6
Henry Levy, Veteran UJA Figure,
To Address Regency Tower Brunch
Henry Levy, former director
of Euronean operations for
United Hias Service and of the
Join' Distribution Committee'?
ation in Latin America, will
;>(' ress the Rsgencv Tower Jan.
11 brunch on behalf of the Jew-
ish Federation United Jewish
Apneal campaign.
A brilliant speaker and ad-
ministrator, Levy has a back-
ground of more than two de-
cades in social welfare. At the
end of World War II he was a
member of the JDC's European
Corps, which helped to rescue,
rehabilitate and resettle Jews
who had survived the Nazi
death camps.
After being graduated from
New York University, Levy
served in the New York City
Welfare Department for eight
years. In 1942 he resigned as a
Welfare Department supervisor
to join the American Red Cross
as Home Service Director for
the United States Air Force in
England, where he served until
after V-E Day.
When Allied victory in Europe
opened the way for large-scale
aid to the surviving victims of
Hitlerism, Levy accepted a post
with the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and was with the first
American military contingents
to occupy Berlin.
After helping the thousands
of Jewish refugees who filled
the Displaced Persons camps,
Levy undertook the delicate
task of directing JDC's human-
itarian activities in Bulgaria and
later in Czechoslovakia.
These tours were followed by
service as Director of Emigra-
tion at the Paris Office of the
JDC and then as JDC Director
in Tunisia and Algeria. Levy,
who has spent the past two
years in Israel, is in the U.S.
on a fund-raising tour for the
UJA.
Welcoming special guest Ruth Dayan, president of Maskit,
Israel's largest crafts company, to the hostess meeting
of the Advance Gifts Division ($1,000 minimum contrib-
ution) of the Women's Division were (from left) Evelyn
Gross, chairman of the Advance Gifts Division; Helen
Rubin, honorary chairman; Ruth Dayan; and Jean Sha-
piro, cochairman.
Perlman To Be Guest of Honor At
Regency Tower Brunch, January 11
JOHN STRENG
John Streng, chairman of the
Regency Tower United Jewish
Appeal campaign, will be the
host of a brunch on Sunday,
Jan. 11, that will honor Louis
L. Perlman. The brunch will be
in the Regency Tower Rendez-
vous Room at 11 a.m.
Streng noted that "all inter-
ested residents of the building
have been invited as guests to
show their solidarity for Israel
and humanitarian causes, and to
pay their respects to Mr. Perl-
man.
"Enthusiasm for this brunch
and the 1976 UJA campaign is
greater than ever before,"
String slid.
The guest speaker is Henry
Levy, an authority on Jewish
rescue and absorption programs
who has just returned from a
two-year tour of duty in Israel.


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Continued from Page 1
lieved he was speaking for
everyone who knew him that
"Lou Perlman is in the golden
tradition of the men who have
been the princes, prophets and.
zaddikim of the Jewish people."
Perlman if-, a founder member
of the Israel Bond Prime Minis-
ter's Club. He holds the State
of Israel Bonds Prime Minister's
Gold Medal. He is president of
the American Friends of He-
brew University, Chicago Chap-
ter, and a double Mt. Scopus
lounder of Hebrew University.
The Perlmans donated the
Perlman Wing at the Weizmann
Institute of Science in Reho-
voth, Israel. They are donors to
ORT Engineering School and
gave the Perlman Athletic Field
at the B'nai B'rith Women's
Children's Home in Israel. And
that does not exhaust the list of
his associations, posts and bene-
factions.
Perlman is vice president of
the Brandeis University Club of
Chicago, a founder and board
member of Beth Emet Syna-
gogue of Evanston, 111., where
he was the Israel Bond honoree
in 1975 and he and Anita
donated the Perlman Youth
Room.
Perlman is a member of the
John Evans Club of. Northwest-
ern University his alma ma-
ter from which he was grad-
uated with a B.S. degree in
engineering. He and Anita are
the donors of the Perlman Ter-
rarp at th university's campus
in Evanston.
LOU PERLMAN is a trustee
of tho R'nai B'rith Foudation of
the U.S., past president of B'nai
B'ritVs North Shore Lodge, a
board member of B'nai B'rith's
International Fund-Raising Cabi-
net. A benefactor of the B'nai
B'rith Perlman Camp, he holds
thp R'rfi B'rith International
President's Gold Medal for his
Goodruiu and McQuade Named
United Wav Section Chairmen
Fort Lauderdale residents
Daniel S. Goodrum. president of
Broward Bancshares and Brow-
United Way campaign. He is a
member of Fort Lauderdale
Chamber of Commerce and the
Navy League.
decades of dedicated sen-ice to
this oldest of America's Jewish
service organizations.
Perhnan's interest in health
and medlaine is reflected in his
board membership of the Gas-
trointestinal Research Founda-
tion (GIRF); his trusteeship of
the Leo N. Levi National Arth-
ritis Hosnital in Hot Springs,
Ark., to which he and his wife
donated the Perlman Wing; his
board membership of the Chi-
cago School and Workshop for
th Retarded Children and their
gift to the school of a Youth
Room; their underwriting of a
P^rar^Mic Mobile Program at
the Highland Park Hospital in
Evanston.
BOARD CHAIRMAN of the
Perlman-Rocque Company, food
and paper products distribution
concern. Perlman is a member
of the National Society of Plas-
tic Engineer's and the Chicago
Association of Commerce. He
was the recent honoree of the
Chicago Paper Products Divi-
sion of United Jewish Appeal.
The Perlmans have a son.
Theodore, and a daughter. Do-
rene, and four grandchildren.
Perlman will be presented
with a Scroll of Honor signed
bv Irving Bernstein, executive
vice chairman, and Frank R.
Lautenberg, general chairman,
of the United Jewish Appeal.
Daniel Goodrum John McQuade
ard National Bank, and John J.
McQuade, retired general man-
tiger of Jordan Marsh, Fort
Lauderdale, have been named
section chairmen of the 1975
United Way fund-raising cam-
paign.
Goodrum, who will lead the
commercial banks section, has
s?,r,,ed in United Way cam-
paigns in Jacksonville West
Palm Beach and Fort Lauder-
dale. He is past president of the
Florida Bankers Association and
is a member of the Navy League.
McQuade, in charge of the
major department stores sec-
tion, served as chairman of the
loan executives in a past
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Friday, December 26, 1975
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Louder dale
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chairmen. It will be a retrospective fashion show, fea-
turing magnificent dresses from the collection of the
world-famous Hannah Troy.
Chairmen of the Palm-Aire campaign at Pacesetters
meeting are Shirley Levin and Dorothy Resnick (right).
Representing Woodlands are (from left, back row) Fay
Henschel, Sylvia Liber and Lil Spilkin; (from left, front
row) Tola Messing, Harriet Seminer, Eve Silverman and
Helen Zola.
Gait Mile Campaign workers are (from left) Leone Fis-
chelson, Eva Wittcoff and Connie Abraham.
Discussing a point at meeting are (from left) Mitch Li-
bros, Woodlands; Evelyn Sorrell, Woodlands; and Bil-
He Koffman, Points of America.
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Moderate
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Policy Shift
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israeli Arab moderates who
profess loyalty to the State
are expressing serious con-
cern over what they see as
a new "hard line" by certain
members of the government
and the Knesset toward Is-
rael's Arab citizens.
They have objected spec-
ifically to veiled warnings
by Labor Minister Moshe
Baram and Housing Minis-
ter Avraham Ofer that gov-
ernment assistance to Naza-
reth, Israel's largest Arab
town, would be reduced if
the Communist candidate
won in mayoralty election
there.
ISRAELI ARABS are also bit-
ter over the speech in the Knes-
set by Likud MK Amnon Lin
impugning their loyalty. Lin
claimed that Israeli Arabs were
plotting a revolt should a Pales-
tinian state be set up on the
West Bank and urged harsh
measures against any Israeli
Arabs suspected of sympathies
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Mahmoud Abassi, assistant
advisor to the Minister of Edu-
cation and Culture told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that he
was 'shocked' by Lin's remarks.
He praised Premier Yitzhak
Rabin's reply to the Likud MK
in which the Premier expressed
complete confidence in the
loyalty of Israel's Arab popula-
tion.
The speeches by Baram and
Ofer have created consternation
among many Jews as well as
Arabs who believe the minis-
ters' attempt tcynterfere in tho.
Nazareth elections played into
Communist hands.
BARAM, a Labor Party stal-
wart, was especially vociferous
in his warnings against a Com-
munist victory in Nazareth. "It
is only natural that no people
and no country would tolerate
a city which is ruled by a move-
ment which is in effect an
agency of nationalists and Com-
munists, which is influenced by
the colonialism and imperialism
of the USSR and the darkest sort
of Arab nationalism." Baram
said on a radio interview on the
eve of the Nazareth elections.
The Labor Minister declared
that "Israel should not tolerate
a mayor who could be an agent
of Arafat and the terrorist or-
ganizations." He was referring
to Tewfik Ziad, candidate of the
pro-Moscow Rakah Communist
faction, who happened to be a
Knesset member sworn to sup-
port the State. He offered no
evidence to support his claim
that Ziad was associated with
PLO chieftain Yasir Arafat.
Lin, in his Knesset speech,
accused the government of fail-
ing to support moderate Arabs
and being too soft on extreme
elements among Israel's Arab
population..
HE CHARGED that the latter
plan to annex the so-called
"Arab triangle" Nablus-Tul-
karem-Jenin to a Palestinian
state and force the return of
Arab refugees from the 148
war to their former homes in
Israel. Lin contended that a
majority of Israeli Arabs had
come under the influence of the
extremists because of blunder-
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that those Arabs who believed
in Jewish-Arab co-existence
were afraid to speak out.
In his reply to Lin, Rabin
said Israeli Arabs would not be
taken in by PLO propaganda.
Reminiscing about their
many years of involvement
I in the Jewish community
are Anita Perlman (left),
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Federation Women's Divi-
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, December 26, 1975
EDITORIALS
Rep. Fascell's Forgiveness
Dante Fascell's "forgiveness amendment" would ex-
cuse Israel from having to repay some $750 million in
foreign aid that the administration has appropriated as
a loan.
The amendment deals with what seems like a
small figure reckoned in international terms.
Still, it was large enough for the Israelis to make
a point of it after their protracted negotiations with
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger leading to the in-
terim accord with Egypt.
At that time, the Israelis say, it was their impres-
sion that the sum involved would be part of a $2 billion-
plus foreign aid grant promised by the administration
in return for the one-sided concessions made by Israel
in reaching the accord.
Almost immediately on his return from the Middle
East, the administration, including Dr. Kissinger, "cor-
rected" the record downward, which meant tagging
three-quarters of a billion dollars of the projected for-
eign aid figure as a loan.
Rep. Fascell's amendment to the foreign aid bill
would have the effect of correcting the "correction."
it it it
In Practical Terms
The significance of Fascell's move was placed into
its proper perspective early this week when Arnon
Gafni, director general of the Israel Treasury, revealed
that his country envisions a rise in unemployment dur-
ing the coming year from 37,000 to a dismal figure of
60,000.
And Gafni was careful to point out that so much
as a $500 million cut in U.S. aid to Israel during the
year ahead could mean as many as 10,000 more Israelis
out of work than that.
Reckoned in these terms, Fascell's "forgiveness"
measure could save 15,000 Israelis from joblessness.
Purely from an objective point of view, Rep. Fas-
cell's action deserves credit. That Fascell is a South
Floridian, truly "one of our own," makes us all the
more proud of it.
Damping the Short Fuse
Premier Rabin's threat to resign the other day over
the Gush Emunim issue may seem like a gesture to
some. But it is indicative of the white heat attending
cabinet meetings in Israel today.
Primarily, it is indicative of a slow national awaken-
ing to the fact that Israel muffed a golden opportunity
before the 1973 war to come to terms over the West
Bank.
We admit that this is dangerous Monday morning
quarterbacking. We also admit that Israel's failure was
not one-sided. There was an arrogant King Hussein
still suffering the indignity of his miserable perform-
ance in the Six-Day War, who would have been hard to
talk to even if the Israelis were ready for it.
What can be learned from all of this is the need
not to make more such mistakes. And what we suspect
is that the lesson is not yet being learned judging by
Israel's heavy-handedness in attempting to load the
Nazareth election for mayor the other week, no less
than the Gush Emunim flap.
Not only Premier Rabin, but most Israeli officials
these days, have a short fuse. Needed instead are re-
doubled efforts to contain anger against Israeli Arabs,
against all Israelis at a time when every decision in
every arena is so critical.
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Friday, December 26, 1975 22 TEVETH 5736
We're Losing the Pivotal War
"VOU TURN to the Sunday pa-
per. and on the front page
there is a photo illustrating a
story discredited as unsubstan-
tiated at least two weeks ago.
A masked Palestinian guer-
rilla (the cutlines call the mask
"Arab headdress") stands with
a rifle in front of a beleaguered
Beirut synagogue protecting
Jewish refugees inside on or-
der from Yasir Arafat, who has
warned his forces "not to harm
one hair on the heads of the
Jews."
A regular little Barbara
Fritchie. that Arafat.
YOU TURN to the Viewpoint
section, and there, opposite
the editorial page, is a column
by Gary Wills, arguing that
"The Arabs can not defeat Is-
rael. Only Israel can."
In fact, declares Wills, the
Israelis ARE defeating them-
selves, presumably because
they are acting according to
some formula not in keeping
with Wills' making.
And what is Wills' formula?
Why, to slap Israel for send-
ing planes "on a massive bomb
and strafe operation against
the refugee camps in Lebanon,
camps full of women and chil-
dren."
OF COURSE, he makes no
Mindlin
mention of the provocation
the Arab terrorist (Arafat s
"Palestinian guerrillas") mur-
der of Yeshiva students at Ra-
mat Magshimim, terrorists arm-
ed with 8X68 to decapitate their
i ictims and bring the heads
back as trophies to their bases
if they could.
What else is the Wills for-
mula? Why. to remind his not
inconsiderably small reading
audience tha' "The Pope pro-
tested."
Of course, out of the Pope's
mouth came not a peep when
the Yeshiva students were mur-
dered a typical one-sided
Vatican silence traceable to
the swaggering days of Adolf
Hit'-r. when it was only six-
"-'lli and so why should the 1'one
possibly have protested then'
Wills says nothing of that
AFTER THESE "what s"' yet
a third "what" emerges: What
is going on here?
Why, the loss of a war. Israel
is losing a war not the war
Wills talks about, but a far
more important war. And so
are Jews everywhere else in
th ir support of Israel losing
the war. a propaganda war
that makes all the wars won
on the battlefields thus far an
irrelevancy.
The discredited photo on the
front page of the Sunday paper
demonstrates that, if nothing
else.
THE PROBLEM is that we
are the People of the Book,
wizards with words. The prob-
lem is componded by the fact
that the^e are some 14 million
of us. Imagine 14 millim
People of the Book, 14 million
wizards with words.
And so on every Israeli, on
every Jewish issue there are 14
million press releases, 14 nil-
li-n analyses. 14 million ex-
planations, 14 million speech-
es, debates, arguments.
Somewhere, .ve have forgot-
ten that Moses was a stutterer.
Continued on Page 12
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
F*ity.
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community
coiencpor
THURSDAY. JANUARY 1 (New Year's Day)
Temple Beth Israel Senior USY Basketball8 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Junior USY Basketball8 P.M.
Board Meeting, B'nai B'rith Women Tamarac Chapter
No. 1579.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2
North Broward Hadassah Board Meeting10 A.M.
MONDAY, JANUARY 5
Woodlands ORT Board Meeting10 A.M.
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah Armon Group12:30 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood Board Meeting8 P.M.
Temple Shalom Couples Club8 P.M.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 6
Temple Shalom Sisterhood Board Meeting10 A.M.
ORT, Luncheon Meeting DiplomatNoon.
Temple Beth Israel Senior USY Basketball8 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Junior USY Basketball8 P.M.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7
National Council of Jewish Women Board Meeting10:30
A.M.
National Council of Jewish Women Book Review1 P.M.
JCC Senior Citizens Film Nite7:30 P.M.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 8
Temple Beth Israel Board of Directors Meeting8 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Senior USY Basketball8 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Junior USY Basketball8 P.M.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 10
Temple Emanu-El Fund Raiser7 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Young Coules Club Women's ORT,
Sunverary Chapter 50's Party8 P.M.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 11
Brandeis National Women.
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah Tamar Group7 P.M.
Youth Activities.
Temple Emanu-El Art Show.
MONDAY, JANUARY 12
Temple Beth Israel Men's Club Board Meeting8 P.M.
Women's ORT Sunverary Chapter General Meeting.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 13
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity LuncheonNoon.
UJA Woodlands Dinner7:30 P.M.
Temple Shalom Board Meeting8 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Senior USY Basketball8 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Junior USY Basketball8 P.M.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14
Brandeis National Women's University on Wheels, Text
10 A.M. |
Woodlands ORT1 P.M.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 15
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah liana Group12:30 P.M.
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah Tamar Group12:30 P.M.
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah Bat Yam Group-J2:30 P.M.
B'nai B'rith Women, Tamarac Chapter No. 1479 Regular
Meeting.
Temple Emanu-El Executive Board Meeting8 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Youth Committee Meeting8 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Senior USY Basketball8 P.M.
Temple Beth Israel Junior USY Basketball8 P.M.
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Isolating
Israel
Continued from Page 1
His trip came at a time when
Israel's diplomatic isolation in
the world is almost universal
and its popularity in France at
the lowest ebb as a result of the
air raids on Lebanon. The Presi-
dent's visit to Egypt will, if any-
thing, contribute further to Is-
rael's isolation.
THE PUBLICITY surrounding
his trip, which included televi-
sion and radio documentaries
praising Egypt's moderate role
in the Midwest and its natural
beauties, broadcast throughout
Western Europe, will have the
effect, albeit indirectly, of draw-
ing Egypt closer to Europeans
and shoving Israel further away.
The French have always had
a soft spot for Lebanon which
was part of its Syrian mandate
between the two world wars.
The Israeli air raids have
evoked bitter comment in the
French press. Le Monde pub-
lished a cartoon depicting a
Nazi-style concentration camp
in which Oriental slippers, such
as Arabs wear, were shown on
top of a pile of shoes reminis-
cent of the personal effects the
Continued from Page 1-A
Nazis took from gas chamber
victims.
FRENCH JEWISH organiza-
tions are doing their best to
reverse the anti-Israeli feelings.
Letters appear in the press and
appeals for understanding of the
Israeli action are being cir-
culated .in Jewish and non-Jew-
ish circles. But it is moot whe-
ther these actions will have the
desired effect in the prevailing
climate.
discard d'Hstaing said in. an
interview with Egypt's Middle
East News Agency prior to his
departure that there is "a full
identity of views" between
France and Egypt. In view of
this, he said, "We shall not be
seeking for a rapprochement but
for the means to settle a num-
ber of issues and advance a
number of solutions."
He confirmed that "Franco-
Egyptian military projects are
being currently discussed" but
said no actual agreements would
be signed during his stay in
Egypt. The French President
returned the visit of Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat, who
came to France last year.
APART FROM the technical
aspects of the French Presi-
dent's Egyptian trip, it is seen
by political circles as marking
a closer relationship between
Egypt and Western Europe as
a whole. French diplomats here
say the other eight European
Common Market countries agree
with France that "moderate
Egypt must be encouraged."
That encfiuragement would
take three main forms: signing
of trade agreements providing
for French investments of about
S10S million in Egyptian indus-
trial projects; the dispatch of
French experts and joint de-
velopment projects such as a
tunnel under the Suez Canal;
coordination of Franco-Egyptian
foreign policies; and, eventual-
ly, Cairo's diplomatic moves
with those of Western Europe.
As a first concrete develop-
ment, France is expected to
press for accelerated negotia-
tions in Brussels for a trade
agreement granting Egypt most-
favored-nation privileges in the
Common Market.
David M. Blumberg (right) of Knoxville, Term., interna-
tional president of B'nai B'rith, was guest speaker at a
breakfast last month honoring members of the Century,
Covenant and Presidents Clubs in Broward County. Trie
breakfast benefited B'nai B'rith Youth Services. Also
pictured are Neil Jay Wolff of Hollywood (left), president
of the Gold Coast Council of Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA),
a division of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, and
Rubin Binder of Margate, a leader of Bnai B'rith in North
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Ramhlewood Celebrates Chamikah Beth Israel Plans
And Dedicates Recreation Center
An estimated 1,200 people at-
tended a Chanukah party at the
Ramhlewood East condominium
r"-itv.^itv at Conl Springs,
highlighted by the dedication of
a new $1 million recreation cen-
ter.
Participating in dedication
ceremonies were Lou Weiser,
president of the Council of Jew-
ish Organizations in Civil Serv-
ice, an i Ramhlewood East resi-
dent Moe Schwartz, vice presi-
dent of the National Association
of Jewish Civil Service Em-
ployees. Both orginizations arc
headquartered in New York
City, origin of many of Ramble-
wood East's residents.
In a cndle-ligMing ceremony
Rabbi Joseph Mowshowitz, a
Ramblewood resident, officiated
end Murray Delman. president
of Briyuth. a New York City
health organization, was cantor.
Terry Grant and Len Turesky
of Ambnnk Pronerties hosted
the event, presenting plaques tc
Weiser and Schwartz to be per-
manently displayed at the new
recreation center.
Ambank Properties, the Ram-
blewood developer, is a wholly
owned subsidiary of American
Bankers Life Assurance Com-
pany of Florida.________
IHF Veterans' Day
At Hallandale Jewish Center
Contm-iine Us exnr^ssion of
solidarity with the people of Is-
'ael. the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation (IHF) of South Florida
will honor Israel's veterans at
its annual Saluts to Israel Vet-
erans' Day at the Hallandale
,'ewish Center Saturday, Dec.
27. at 8 p.m.
The evening is dedicated to
ouilders of "Homes in the
Homeland" who, through con-
tributions to the Histadrut An-
nuity Trust, hive helped finance
the Histadrut Mortgage Fund,
which grants home loans to
\oune couples in Israel, par-
ticularly veterans of the Israel
Defense Forces.
Hispanic,
Jewish
Dialogue
Urged
NEW YORK (JTA) El
Diario-La Prensa, the leading
FpanUh hnuuri'ie newspaper in
New York, has expressed con-
em in an editorial over the re-
cent clashes between hisnanics
and religious Jp\vs in the
Borough Part: section of Brook-
lyn an'. ha announced it plans
ta "host a di ;1 mue ml purpose-
en mg if ; and or>;-!-
ions ;:i order I i h sal b*e which currently exists between
these two fine gro upS (His-
panics and Jev s) who have so
nv.ich to contribute to eacii
other."
Bomueh Park, which ho"s
one of the largest communities
of Orthodox Jews in the world
has recently been the scene of
several fire-bombings of syna-
gogues and Jewish schools. The
violence has been blamed on
Hi >;::;:': youths.
"THE REPORT to fire bomb-
ings, harassments, bully boy and
mob f tfi s h" .-......I>'- ',:i'
hate-filled misfits as a means of
settling dupu'.-s that exist be-
tween these two communities is
nothing more than a flagrant
and obvious attempt to polarize
decent, fa-nily-c.ntered and law-
abiding Hispanics and Hassidics
into believing their resnective
differences are irreconcilable,"
the editorial declared.
"It is ironic that these dif-
ferences are, to a great extent,
rooted in the common condition
of insufficiency which is the
plight of both goups, insuffi-
cient understanding from the
larger commanity of their value
system, life styles, customs and
cultures."
The newspaper urges both
groups to cooperate bv under-
standing each other and work-
ing together to obtain improved
services for the entire commu-
nity.
Keynote speaker will be Is-
rael's Ambassador to Canada,
Mord^hai Shalev. Concert sing-
e- Emil ^orovets, a native of the
Sovj-t Union, will offer the en-
tertainment.
Participating on behalf of the
Histadrut Foundation will be
national president Dr. Sol Stein
and Dr. Morton Malavsky. rabbi
of Temple Beth Shalom, Holly-
wood, and chairman of the
cn"th Broward Council of the
IHF.
Saturday's event is free, but
reservations must be made
through the Hollywood Histad-
rut office.
Mmi-Shouk
Temple fleth Israel. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Boulevard, Sun-
rise, is planning a Mini-Shouk
an Israeli Expo in honor of
Tu BiShevat Tor Sunday
morning. Jan. 18, on the Temple
grounds.
The numerous exhibits and
booths, featuring Israeli mer-
chandise and products include
El Al Airlines, an Israeli philate-
ly exhibition, the Encyclopaedia
Judaica, Israeli giftware, Israeli
wines and cheeses, Israeli fela-
fel and other art and products.
A booth of "Buy Israel," a
company that urges us to pur-
chase only products from Israel,
will provide a full store of Is-
raeli products to be bought.
The entire community is also
invited to a tree-planting pro-
gram in honor of the holiday of
Tu BiShevat. Children of the
Religious School will participate
in song and dance celebrating
this holiday.
A number of local nurseries
will sell plants to be taken home
and planted for Tu BiShevat.
The Religious School will par-
ticipate in an Israeli art exhibit
contest featuring watercolors.
oil. sculpture and crafts. Works
by the children will be displayed
and judged that morning.
"The Chosen Children," teen-
agers who have entertained
many Florida audiences with
their reportoire of Israeli and
Jewish folk music, will give a
concert.
There is no admission charge,
and the community is welcome.
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Friday, December 26, \975

Chanukah Celebrations At
Area Nursing Homes
Th* men and women of the
convalescent and nursing homes
were able to "taste" the Chan-
ukah spirit because of the ef-
forts of the Jewish Federations
of South Broward and Greater
Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi Richter, cl- "lain, v .is
)ordinator, Mrs. Elaine Pi
assisted him in setting up
Chanukah programs performed
by South Broward's Jewish
grou .
The following progra ns were
held:
Nov. 2*. Temple Solel's
Junior Youth Group presented
a Chanukah program at Wash-
ington Manor Nursing Home.
Th" H'llcest Nursing Home
Visitation Committee conducted
a Chanukah sen ice there on
Nov.:28, led by Max Popowitz:
;Nov. 30. Temple Sinai's
USY performed at Gulfcrest
Nursing Home. Irving Belson
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sarner
conducted services;
Dec. 7. Temple Beth Sha-
lom's Senior USY performed at
Dania Nursing Home;
I Dec. 8. Temple Solel's
Youth Group gave a program at
Hollywood Hills Nursing Home.
The Hillcrest Nursing Visitation
Corps, under the leadership of
Dr. Lewis Ulan, held a Chan-
ukah service th***! on Dec. 3.
Assisting him were Harrv Al-
per, George Goldstein. Phil Ros-
enberg and Irving Belson;
Dec. 10. Temple Beth El's
Youth Group gave a Chanukah
program at Hallandale Rehabi-
litation Center. Dr. Lewis Ulan,
Irving Appleman and Harry
Krieger conductel a Chanukah
service there on Dec. 5.
In the Greater Fort Lauder-
dale area the following Chan-
ukah programs were held:
Nov. 28. Julius Strober of
B'nai B'rith, Jay Traube of the
Hebrew Congregation of Laud-
ei hill and Dora Cohen of Wom-
en's B'nai B'rith, presented a
Chanukah program at Broward
. nlescent Home;
Nov. 28. Saul Levine and
on panv of troubadors, in-
chidmg Jim Millner, Herman
Scholl, Evelyn Levine, Jenn>
I and Ruth Frazin, gave a
songfest and folklore program
at Coral Hills Nursing Home;
Nov. 30. Fran N'owick and
Patricia Birnbaum gave a Chan-
ukah program at Coral Manor
in Pompano;
Nov. 30. Fran N'owick and
Patricia Birnbaum, assisted by
Svlvia Begelman and Helen
Shields, gave a Chanukah pro-
gram at Colonial Palm's Nurs-
ing Home;
Nov. 30. Rabbi Richter and
Fran Nowick presented a Chan-
ukah music program at Manor
Pines Convalescent Home. They
gave a similar program at Shef-
field Convalescent F;me on
Dec. 4;
Dec. 7. The USY Chapter
of Temple Beth Israel celebrated
Chanukah at Plantation Nurs-
ing Home. They were assisted
by Lillian Schoen. Helen Coop-
er. Rose Metz. Sylvia Mulhauser,
Gert Goldenberg, Ruth Karron,
Mary Kantrowitz. Lee Schuman
and Selma Sirowitz. all of Castle
Singles. Flowers were donated
bv Helen Appel;
Dec. 20. The BBG Gimel
Group of Hollywood presented
a Chanukah program at Las Olas
Rehabilitation Center.
Nearly all of the homes served
Chanukah delicacies, including
latkes.
NCJW To Hear About "Ragtime"
Leukemia Victim
Needs Your Help
Corri Young has leukemia.
She has been in and out of hos-
pitals for two years in her cour-
ageous battle against this incur-
able blood disease. The Youngs,
a Jewish family of average
means, have been coping single-
handedly, not only with the
agony hut with the severe finan-
cial burden.
An appeal is being made I "
blood and funds to help the
Young family, whose hospital
and medical exp -. for Corri
1 ceed $25,000. Hood for Corri
Young can be donated at any
Mood bank; doners must stipu-
late that it is for Corri Young
at Jackson Memorial Hospital
The fund has been S3t-up by
"Volunteers for Leukemia," a
local nonprofit organization.
Tax-deductible contributions can
be sent to the "Corri Young
Fund" at the Barnett Bank of
Jacaranda, Fort Lauderdale.
People have been more than
generous: "Buffalo Bob" Smith
and "Howdy Doody" took time
out from their busy schedule to
visit Corri. "Skipper Chuck"
also went to Corri's bedside and
dedicated-one of his early morn-
ing shows to her. Many organ-
izations are collecting funds and
having blood drives.
Little Corri and her family
thank them all.
Margate Jewish Center
Offers Gravesites
All congregants are reminded
that the first block of 100 grave-
sites at the Star of David Memo-
rial Gardens have been sold, as
have a considerable number of
sites in the second block.
The balance will not last long,
and a price rise is anticipated.
For further information, call
Harry Hirsch at 941-2020.
"Ragtime," E. L. Doctorows
best-seller, will be reviewed by
the North Broward Section of
National Council of Jewish
Women on Wednesday. Jan. 7.
at 12:30 p.m. at the Women's
Club of Wilton Manors. 600 NE
21st Ct. The reviewer is Claire
Sperber.
A luncheon, card party and
sijent auction is planned for Jan.
2i at the same address.
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Friends for Life
"A Better Life That Lasts
Longer" is the slogan of Friends
for Life, a charter organization
recently forced in Broward
County to bsntfit the University
of Miami School of Medicine.
Friends for Life plans a Book
and Art Fair for Fjb. 27-28 at
the Coral Ridge Shopping Plaza.
Federal Highway and Oakland
Park Blvd.
Bio^s (hardcover and paper-
backs). mag"7ines (old and
new), objets d'art, iewelry. pic-
"1:1 -, etc., a<" 0." led. Proceed-
from the sale will go toward
medical scholarships. Call 733-
0336 or 739-2144 lor anything
you wish to have picked up.
Friends for Life aims to make
South Florida one of the b"st
medical care centers in the
country.
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Lauderdale Lakes Hospital
Installs Staff Officers
>.
Eugene Mascarenhas, M.D.,
has been installed as chief of
staff of the 290-bed Lauderdale
Lakes Hospital, part of the new
20-acre Florida Medical Center
and adjacent 10-acre Medical
Plaza.
Robert Segaul. vice chief of
staff, and Neil Schneider, secre-
tary treasurer, will coordinate
with Dr. Mascarenhaa the medi-
cal staff activities
Other physicians installed at
the stafl a annual dinner dance
were Joseph Sachs, chief of
medicine; Stanley Feldman, vice
chief of medicine; Alan Boren-
stein. secretary of medicirv;
Melvin Smoley. chief of family
practice; Harvey Tompak^v,
vice chief of family practice;
Ernest Michaelson, tecretarj ol
family practice, and Guillermo
Uria, member-at-large for the
Department of Medicine.
Other officers of the physi-
cians staff are Alan Goldenberg,
chief of surgery: Anthony Good-
man, vice chief of Burger; ;
David Richter. secretary of sur-
gery, and Gary Krulik, membei
at large for the Department ol
Surgery.
Broward Residents and Businesses
Responding to United Way Campaign
"Major profit groups in the
United Way campaign are lead-
ing the way toward the $1.69
milli"n e->il with $707,906 of
the $1,122,30 computed to date."
campaign chairman Larry
Adams announced.
Pledges are running 18 per-
cent ahead of this time last
year, Adams said.
The major profit group divi-
sion includes manufacturing
corporations with facilities in
Broward County, commercial
banks, savings and loan associa-
tions, major retail stores, utili-
ties companies, development and
construction companies, auto
dealers, hotels and restaurants.
"Despite the effect of infla-
tion and unemployment, Brow-
ard residents are responding to
the needs," Adams said.
Sunrise and Pembroke Pines
have already exceeded the"
amounts pledged last year
among professional people,
small businesses and residents.
Budget committee members.
headed by Ben Symmers, have
begun working on the requests
of the 40 United Way agencies.
employment, kibbutz, education, housing,
investment, short & long term programs
YOUR
ANSWER
TO THE
UN RESOLUTION
IS ALIYAH
To say we shall over
come is not enough.
For further information contact:
Israel Aliyah Center -
SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL OFFICE -(
4700 Biscayne Blvd., Rm. 385 *
Miami, Fla. 33137 V^ZT*
Tel: (305) 573-2556
employment, kibbutz, education, housing,
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Fort Lauderdale Hadassah Hears
Aboiit New Youth Aliyah Projects
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9
"New Aspects of Youth Aliyah
Responsibilities" was the theme
of the talk bv Mrs. Fran'lin
Moosnick at th? Fort Lauder-
dale Chapter of Hadassah lunch-
eon, Nov. 18, in Laudcrhill.
Mrs. Moosnick described her
nt visit to Ramat Hadas-
sah Szold Recention Center,
v,'"V' Yout*i Alivah h*>s
1'ir' ed on a flv"-vear rehabtb'ta-
-. t;"'i an I "''"''.'M .,,,,.,.;,.ni f.v.
fc^. (-"ifally disadvantage^ Israeli
youth.
The 600 local Ha'lassah wvrt-
rn heard details of pilot pro-
grams start' In Israel ;tn I ob-
s..-,(.i bv the rest of thr- world,
especially American educators
and psychologists.
This revealed the need for un-
limited funds to set up dormi-
to-ies. schools and workshops,
and to provide suitable man-
power, psychological services,
enrichment programs and great
maintenance costs. Hadassah
women, as always, answered the
c;-Il and doubled this year's
quota.
Fort Lauderdale Chapter of
Hadassah, under the guidance
^ of Mrs. Matthew Newman, presi-
^ dent, Mrs. Edward Hare, vice
president of fund-raising, and
Mrs. Lester Lasker, donor chair-
person, are looking forward to
the donor luncheon to benefit
Hadassah Medical Organizations
scheduled for May 13 at the
Diplomat Hotel. Israeli and
American fashions will be pre-
sented by Jordan Marsh.
All members arc urged te
port these services: Mt. Scopus
Hospital and Medical Center,
Hadassah Hospital and Univer-
sity and the medical centers
throughout Israel that serve all
residents, whether Jew or Arab.
Members should contact their
own groups for details on ways
and means available to earn
your donor. And if you are not
as yet a member, this is the time
to join.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Fashion House Inc.
2661 EAST OAKLAND PARK BLVD.
FT. LAUDERDALE 33306
Telephone 563-1394
At the Fort Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah luncheon
were (seated from left) Mrs. Matthew Newman, presi-
dent, Ft. Lauderdale Chapter; Mrs. Franklin Moosnick,
Hadassah National Board; Mm. Moses Spitalnick, Youth
Aliyah chairperson. Standing (from tejt) were Mrs. Ben-
jamin Finkel, publicity; Mrs. Edward Hare, vice presi-
dent, fund-raising; Mrs. Morris Ivanhoe, Youth Aliyah
cochairperson; Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg, president, Flor-
ida Region; Mrs. David Slass. vice president, program.
Compliments of
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, December 26, 1973
Sunrise Lakes cmd-Oriole Gardens
Plan January "Night in Israel" Events
Mr; is L. Weber has been
nam( i the recipient of the State
of Is 1 Solidarity Award to be
prescind at the Sunrise Lakes
Phw 'I "Night in Israel," Tues-
day, Ian. 6, at 8 p.m. in the Club
Hous..
On imlay, Jan. 11. the Unit
Own;. rff Oriole Gardens Phase
I in Margate will receive the
State of Israel Solidarity Award
at the Oriole Gardens Phase I
"Night in Israel" at 8 p.m. in
the Recreation Hall.
At both meetings entertainer
Eddie Schaffer will present a
program combining comedy and
seriousness to depict Israel's fi-
Januarv Is Sisterhood Month
At Temple Beth Sholom
Jar
at T
Beao'
Re.,
hood
patio-
is pi:
Th
mont .
Torar
irv is Sisterhood Month
lple Sholom, Pompano
inition for the Sister-
Work and their partici-
m Friday night services
ned.
culmination of the
program will be the
Fund luncheon on Jan.
20 at noon.
Mi- Oscar Sindll and Mrs.
Max -odtnan have worked to
make fiis year's luncheon out-
stand "g.
Syl i3 (Mrs. Ewald) Ziffer.
Bran' Torah Fund regional
chair in. will be the principal
speak r.
Pro >eds from the luncheon
are sent to the Theological
Art Auction at
"Emanu-El
An art auction sponsored by
Temple Emanu-El is scheduled
for Sunday, Jan. 11, at 8:15 p.m.
in the Temple auditorium, 3245
W. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale. A dessert buffet
and preview begins at 7:30.
The public is invited to this
showing of paintings and art
objects presented by Dapid Kap-
lan, well-known area art auc-
tioneer.
Donation is $5 for Patron
Tickets (which admit two) and
$1 for General Admission. Pa-
tron ticket holders will be eligi-
ble for a door prize drawing.
For additional information,
call Myrna Sobo at 587-0869 or
Harriet Greene at 584-5428.
Seminary in New York and
sponsor the newly completed
Mathilde Schecter Residence
Hall, a dormitory for women
students. The official opening
early this summer reflects many
years of effort.
For luncheon reservations
and information, call 563-5250.
nancial need and emphasize the
imnortance of purchasing State
of Israel Bonds to aid her eco-
nomic and development pro-
grams.
Morris Weber, chairman of
the investigatory committee for
the takeover of the Sunrise
Lakes Phase II Condominium,
serves on the executive commit-
tee of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale's 1976
United Jewish Apeal and Israel
Emergency Fund. Sponsored by
the South Florida Israel Bonds
Organization, the chairman is
Leonard Goldman and cochair-
men are Rocco Matteo and Ben
Goldstein.
Chairman of the Oriole Gar-
dens Phase I event is Dave
Berger and cochairmen are
Murray Schuh and Max Meisel-
man.
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cember 26, 1975
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 11
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Brandeis Women
Plan Seminar
On Tuesday, Jan. 20. from 9
a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Com-
mittee, Fort Lauderdale Pom-
pano Beach Chaner. will present
its annual "University on
Wheels" at Nova University.
The subjects of the daylong
seminar are the "Controversy
Over the Presidency" and
"Th>ee Views of the '76 Elec-
tion."
Three Brandeis University
professors, Dr. Bruce Oppen-
heimer, Robert Art and Stephen
Whitfield, will 3peak.
Coffee and cake will be served
from 9-9:30 a.m. Bring your
own box lunch. The S5 donation
is tax-deductible. For reserva-
tions and information, call Lon-
nie Golenberg at 583-0353 or
Roslyn Weissman at 739-2778.
The Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee
raises funds to buy books and
periodicals for the university
library.
B'nai B'rith
Wojmen No. 345
B'nai B'rith Women, Fort
Lauderdale Chapter No. 345,
will meet at a new location. Gold
Key Clubhouse No. 1, NW 68th
Ave at 24th St., Sunrise, on the
third Tuesday of each month.
Meetings are scheduled for
Jan. 20, Feb. 17, March 16, April
20, May 1, June 22.
The charter is sponsoring a
Yiddish adaptation of "H.M.S.
Pinafore," "Der Shirtz," at Fort
Lauderdale High School, Satur-
day evening, Jan. 10. For infor-
mation, call 735-3825.
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The Jewish Florhlian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, December 26, 197S" -
New Years Ere it Beth Sholom
( anol (Mrs. M ; i Stone
and Marian CM
berg know ho ike a so-
cial event an I I
success. The N< 1 ar's Eve
part]
of Temple Sholom al 132 5 .
1 it;-. '. Pii] mo Beach, will
: by Dan C

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"
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Season's Greetings to the
Jewish Community
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Continued frofi Page 4
lennings
i
.
.....
.... ler per-
son .i ; won to be
; I .:
ard v
oi brilli-
ant re in ict a rui ted
jativism.
We attack the Zi mist-racist
ns with volumes, and
right there on Page One is
Fritchie in Beirut pi
ing a s; nagogue. All the lit
i Id PLO wants is a room with a
view, and so Israel boil
homeless women and children.
Within weeks afl r the Oc-
tober, 1973 war, Roge Tamra
a repres;iitatj .< 11 Ider, 1
bouy in Beirut, pub
forces with Shafikh Al-Hout, a
is) tor the Palestine
Libei Organize tion at I
i. ni d N itions.
WITH ALL the n i il .....-
ey ;,t their conri and, ramraz
bluntl) argued th i Arabs n
noi tod v ith words specif-
.'.nd propaganda general-
ly, but henceforth they wo ild
be able to buy Madison Ave-
nu< 'l besi to t_Jl their tale.
That is exactly what they
ha\e been doing since then.
The Sunday paper's front
page picture was a marvelous
orchestration a word for
fraud put to melody bequeathed
to us from the days of the Wa-
tergate inquiry, Madison Ave-
nue's diadem of achievement in
the crown jewel collection cf
its public relations cunning.
GARRY WILLS is not up for
grabs as easily as Sunday edi-
tors may be, but his miscon-
ceptions, contrary to what he
may believe, are not his own
either.
They are the result of an at-
mosphere of historical and
ideological distortions bred by
Madison Avenue's best, includ-
ing Madison Avenue's best Jew-
ish copy-writers, since Tamraz
first put us on notice as to his
lexicon vf propagandistic in-
tent.
As for us?
Well, we are brilliant in our
refutations, all 14 million of
us, a cacophanous cackie that
frequently has us at each oth-
ers' throats rather than pre-
pared for our adversaries.
We are a symphony orches-
tra with at least as many con-
ductors as we are players.
THE HOLOCAUST is over.
Still, we capitalize the word.
Still, we perorate as if it has
yet to begin. By now, how bor-
ing.
Israel is a nation. Still, we
debate hat-in-hand, pleading
for her recognition. By now,
how obscene, such wailing wall
diplomacy.
After so many thousands of
years of our history, still we
refuse to learn its ultimate les-
son: that silence is often the
bffst offense..
And cunning but not the
canning of 14 million know-it-
all's.
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;ember 26, 1975
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 13
[with the families of the Young Leadership Group
Springs, Northeast, and Plantation at recent
ih party was Rabbi Harold Richter, Broward
\chaplain. In the background is an eight-foot me-
\uilt specially for the occasion.
[children watched a magician perform at recent
[Leadership Chanukah party attended by more
tS persons.
lapp {center) with Mrs. Capp and Arden Shenker,
jn of the CJFWF leadership development commit-
the recent General Assembly in Miami. Capp
cognized at the conference as the outstanding
leader in the community.
Capitol
Columnists
See Shift
Toward PLO
NEW YORK (JTA) Writ-
ing in the Washington Post
columnists Rowland Evans and
Robert Novak claim that the
Ford administration is changing
its policy toward the Palestine
Liberation Organization and is
viewing the PLO "as one pos-
sible instrument for establish-
ing a Palestinian state."
The columnists said that it
was Ford who gave United Na-
tions Ambassador Daniel P.
Moynihan a "flat order" not to
veto the security council reso-
lution extending the United Na-
tions disengagement observer
force mandate even though it
was linked to a council debate
on the Mideast with the PLO
attending. __
EVANS AND Novak said that
there have been subtle changes
in the PLO's "outrageous and
ridiculous demand that Israel
terminate its existence."
They see this in a statement
by Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat's spokesman Tahsin Ba-
shir, who says that the Arabs
"are now proposing the crea-
tion of an independent Pales-
tinian state coexisting, in peace
with a Jewish state," and in
the fact that the communique
in Moscow at the end of PLO
leader Yasir Arafat's visit did
not contain the usual PLO de-
mand for a secular state in
Palestine.
Hadassah
Rayus Group of No. Broward
Chapter held a meeting at
the Tamarac Jewish Center on
Tuesday, Dec. 23, 12:30 p.m.
The program was a musical
play, "Welcome to Our World,"
performed by the Rayus Play-
ers. This is a new membership
script with music which was
performed at the last Hadassah
convention.
k H &
Armon Group of Fort Lauder-
dale Chapter will meet on Jan.
5 at 12:30 p.m. in the Castle Re-
creation Hall. Eve Bernstein,
president, will preside.
Bea Gaynor, program chair-
man, has arranged for hypnot-
ist, Fredric Spitzer to speak on
hypnosis and its application to
women.
Hospitality, chairman is Helen
Greene.
:th Broward
htdassah
Group is holding a ba-
lie Publix Mall in Mar-
Sunday, Dec. 21, and
is invited,
onday. Dec. 29, at 11
ere will be a paid-up
Bhip brunch at Pompano
Dn Center.
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The Jewish FloridUm of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, December 26, 1975
WOULD KKP EMPLOYMENT UP
Fascell AmSridment Aims
To Save $750 Million
:j
WASHINGTON The
House International Rela-
tions Committee has adopt-
REP. FASCELL
ed hy voice vote an amend-
ment' offered bv Rep. Dante
Fascell (D., Fla.) which
would require the adminis-
tration to waive repayment
of $750 million of the $1.5
billion in military credits
designated for Israel in this
year's foreign aid bill.
The Fascell Amendment
also requires that loans
made to Israel be on a long-
term repayment basis.
IN ITS foreign aid request
for fiscal year 1976, the admin-
istration had asked authority to
provide $750 million in military
grants, as well as authority to
ailow Israel long-term repay-
ment of loans.
"The proposed amendment
would go further to mandate
the administration to carry out
its stated intent." said Fascell in
explaining his action.
During consideration of last
year's foreign aid bill, Rep. Fas-
cell introduced an amendment,
accepted by both the House and
Senate, which increased eco-
nomic assistance to Israel by
$200 million over the adminis-
tration's request.
IF PASSED, the amendment
woflld have rhe effect of nullify-
ing the Dec. 9 approval of $755
million in economic supporting
assistance for Israel, a sum $15
rr:!ion more than the adminis-
'>n's recommended amount.
The increase was on motion
U.S. Lawyers
In Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Department of Justice Lawyers
will go to Israel to gather evi-
dence against some 55 alleged
Nazi war criminals now living
in the Unit d States, according
to Rep. Joshua Eilberg (D., Pa,),
chairman o<" the House Subcom-
mittee on Immigration, Citizen-
ship and Irternational Law.
Eilberg, in a statement here,
said that A*torney General Ed-
ward Levi p ive "prompt action"
On his reqi' -st after he had ex-
plained that lawyers on the sub-
committee taff were told In
Israel "ther are definitely wit-
Besses in Israel and that our
people wou' I receive full coop-
eration fron the Israeli govern-
ment."
Although
list of allep
have been i
berg said,
esses hav
ed about t
ties."
nly 18 names on the
i Nazis in the U.S.
ocessed so far, Eil-
-nore than 60 wit-
already been loca-
jir alleged activi-
of Rep. Jonathan Bingham (D.,
N.Y.) and was passed by voice
vote.
Fascell's "forgiveness motion"
would also have the effect of
ameliorating some of the strict
new economic measures an-
nounced in Israel on Monday.
The measures relate to longer
hours, shorter vacations, more
price increases and a projected
rise in unemployment.
THE MEASURBf jute'-en**:
* stoned as a consewepcejnf jf
record $12 billion,* budget" arf
nounced by Finance Minister
Yehoshua Rabinowitz for the
new fiscal year.
According to Arnon Gafni, di-
rector general of the Treasury,
so much as a $500 million cut
in the U.S. foreign aid program
for Israel could mean as many
as 10,000 more Israelis out of
work. Currently, there are 37,-
000 unemployed in Is:ael. But it
is anticipated that the figure
will rise to 60,000 next year.
The Fascell proposal could
help keep that projected figure
down.
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The Jmwiah Fhridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
ft;Se 15
THE JEWISH COMMUNTY CENTER
BILL GOLDSTEIN, Director
2999 NW 33rd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale Rhone: 484-8200
Children's Specials
ll Winter Vacation Activities for Kindergarteners
thru Eighth-Graders)
I and Tuesday. Dec.
n.-3 p.m. (Kinder-
| grade).
iVacationland." A
_np at JCC." Bring
provide drink and
join a group of
full day of activi-
athletics, and the
"A Boy Named
|wn." A wonderful
new dimension to
vacation. Cost: $5
rs.
Dec. 30, 7:30-10
and eighth grades)
Jite, designed to
as" together and de-
i interests and help
ae socially active.
Jukebox, games, sundae-making.
Come and get acquainted with
the staff. No charge. Lounge
nights ace school nights from
7:30-9.
Three trips for sixth-, sev-
enth- and eighth-graders.
1st trip: "Roller Party." Sun-
day, Jan. 11. 12:30-5 p.m. Bring
"brown bag," we'll supply the
rest. Cost: $3. Meet at Center.
2nd trip: "Boat Ride." Sun-
day, Feb. 1, 1-5:30 p.m. Cost: $3.
3rd trip: "Bowling Party."
Sunday, Feb. 22, picnic lunch.
Cost: $3.
Register by calling Center,
484-8200, pnd ask for Nancy.
Come bring your friends
and lets meet each other!
Time Grades
3:15-5 pm K-2
3-5
3:15-5 pm K-2
3-5
3:15-5 pm K-2
3-5
3:15-5 pm K-2
3-5
3-5 pm
3-5 pm
Hen and Women
and Over
fest group at the Jew-
lity Center is off
Q "
gp has organized and
completed a mm-
sl ?vents. More ac-
planned, designed to
I quality of living for
ants.
"Get-Acquainted Night"
Sunday, Jan. 4. Line and round
dancing. Brush up on today's
dances. "Early Bird" dancing
lessons courtesy of Rhea and
Charlie Jaffee. 7-8 p.m.
"Star on Ice" show at the
Sheraton Hotel Saturday. Jan.
24. Dinner and dancing. $14.95
per neison. Call Center for res-
ervations. 484-8200.
itary After-School Programs
/ginning January 5 For
jrgarten through 5th Grades
[call Jewish Community Center, 484-8200, and ask for
programs conducted at JCC Building and are 12 ses-
|S-3 tor 12 weeks
Programs
All American Sports
Artsy & Craftsy
Young Picasso's Art Class
Creative Dance Inst. t^coed)
Hammer & Nails
Chef & Hostesses
Puppetry & Story & Play Hour
Guitar Class
ary After-School Programs to Be Held from 3-5 p.m.
ISchool in Plantation, beginning Jan. 5. (Kindergarten
AGrade)
Outdoor sports program (coed), group
games, basketball fundamentals, vol-
leyball, arts and crafts.
Outdoor sports program and wood-
working and handicrafts, leatherwork,
etc.
renth- and Eighth-Graders
icing the "Jean Scene Lounge," open every Tue3-
p.m. Just for you!
kebox Music
g-Pong, Pool and Air Hockey Games
reshments
pt new friends from all over the city
K Lounge Leader "Sandy" ask for her when
(in! __________^___^__
Jewish Guys and Gals
Singles Group for 18'3(Fs
GUYS AND GALS" CAN OFFER YOU
fying evenings out of the house
lligent and educated people
people to meet constantly
uine feelings that you belong and are involved
places to socialize with your peers
frtaining social and cultural events
bond with Jewish men and women
the elements that your singles organizations should
s a call and then give us a try!!! For flyer on future
I Barb: 776-0253, Nina: 485-0780, Sherry: 523-8628.
thalom Sociahles Singles
At the recent opening Chanukah Party were (from left)
Mimi Lasker, volunteer. Bill Goldstein, JCC director, and
Jeanne Alexenberg, volunteer.
Over 300 Senior Citizens
Attend Chanukah Party
Programs for
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter announces the opening of
three new programs at the Cen-
ter for Senior Citizens.
"Around The World Folk
Dancing," every Tuesday at 1
p.m., beginning Jan. 6. Instruc-
tor is Bea Statnick and charge
is $5 for 12 weeks of lessons.
"Learn To Speak Yiddish"
class (or "Mama Lushen)".
Those interested call in and
give your dav preference.
"Cookir.g In Any Lan-
guage." A gourmet cooking
class. Monday at 1 p.m., begin-
ning Jan. 5. Come to our get-
acquainted class. Bring a plastic
container to first session.
All programs require registra-
Senior Citizens
tion. Call JCC, 484-8200. and ask
for Nancy.
Over 300 Seniors attended a
most successful Chanukah party
at the recent opening program
of the Senior Citizen activities
at the Jewish Community Cen-
ter. There were latkes for everv-
one, and "grab bag" from which
everyone received gifts (do-
nated by local banks).
Israeli folk dancing was led
by Mrs. Bea Statnick, and the
senior citizens were so delighted
that they have formed a folk
dance group that meets every
Tuesday at the Center.
Latkes and refreshments were
made and donated by the sen-
iors themselves.
Senior Citizens
Wednesday Nights At the Movies
A popular way to spend a
Wednesday night is to come to
the JCC, where there is always
a well-chosen film for viewing
and good company for social-
izing. Add to this some fine re-
freshments, and you have a
wonderful way to spend an eve-
ning.
The next film in the series,
"A Majority of One." will be
shown Wednesday. Jan. 7, at
7:30.
"A Majority of One" is about
a lovable middle-aged American-
Jewish widow who meets a
widowed Japanese industrialist
en route to the Orient with her
daughter and diplomat son-in-
law. When daughter forces her
mother to break off the rela-
tionship, the Japanese industrial-
ist avenges himselfby breaking
un the trade negotiations. A
hilarious comedy you'll love
every minute.
Admission is always SI for
show and refreshments.
CRAIG J. BRATTER, O.D.
announces the opening of his office
for the practice of
OPTOMETRY
including contact lenses
at
SUNRISE PROFESSIONAL CENTER
Office hours 5975 W. SUNRISE BLVD.
by appointment SUNRISE, FLORIDA 33313 587-^022
. is planning a gala "VALENTINES DANCE"
liday Inn West on Rt. 441 in Ft. Lauderdale
Commercial Blvd.) SATURDAY, FEB. 14,
JAND
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MEET NEW FRIENDS
GET ACQUAINTED
Thanks .
There have been m^y peo-
ple who have donated needed'
items to our Jewish Comunity
Center and we thank t.U.;m for
their support and intere t.
Mr. and Mrs. David J :kowiw
for a color TV set, K ind K.
Caterers for four new coffee-
urns, Mr. and Mrs. Gary ischer
for a piano, Mr. and M Sner-
son for a TV, Kathy B- r-r for ai
record player, Mr. Gra' r.on for
a hotplate
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782.-2573 426-Q112
Teenagers
(GRADES 9-12)
Pre-New Year's Eve Dince
Monday, Dec. 29
8:30 to midnight
featuring
"HEMLOCK"
the very best in nuflc
all our Jewish groups vill
be together!
at Temple Beth Is-- A
7100 W. Oakland PI; lvd.
Fort Lauderdale, F' i.
Admission S2. includes
great refreshment !
Israeli Folk Dancinr For
Teenagers (Grades r,-12)
The Jewish Commir Cen-
ter announces an Isr; 'i Folk
Dancinc Oroun to me'' Thurs-
day evenings from 7:." '-9. be-
ginning Jan. 8.
In addition to the n and
excitement of learnir these
dances, the teens plar o per-
form wearing costur : they
have made, after eight :eks.
Instructor is Ali u. the
local dance teacher w was a
member of the Miar Ballet
Company.
The course will run 1 weeks.
Total registration is ', and
opening night is frc to all.
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Iratj Invites Jews to Come Back
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view that the Iraqi authori-
ties were apparently react-
ing to the recently organiz-
ed movement of Oriental
Jews to press the claim of
Jewish refugees from Arab
countries.
MRS. ARBELI-ALMOSUNO,
who escaped from Iraq in 1947
after she was sentenced to sev-
en years' imprisonment for
Zionist activities, said "I have
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nothing pleasant to remember
from my Jife in Iraq, and I am
sure that no other Iraq Jew has
either."
She recalled her childhood in
Mosul, in Northern Iraq where
she was born, where Jews lived
in a Ghetto and were terrorized
by their Arab neighbors and
friends whenever clashes be-
tween Jews and Arabs occurred
in Palestine.
She remembered, in narticu-
lar 1941, when some 2500 Iraqi
Jews were massacred in Bagh-
dad bv the followers of progav-
nazi Rashid Ali L. Kalaini.
Jews were always discdimin-
ated against in Iraq. Mrs. Arbeli-
Almoslino said, adding that she
had turned to Zionism because
of the humiliations she was sub-
jected to in Mosul.
THE IRAQI campaign impor-
tuning Jews to return to that
country surfaced recentlv in
British Press where the Iraai
Embassv in London placed
large advertisements promisine
the returnees a "safe and warm"
welcome. The ads quoted the
recent UN General Assembly
resolution identifying Zionism
as a form of racism.
Their publication outraged
the Anglo-Jewish community
which picketed the offices of
the Guardian in protest last
week. The Times of London also
published the ads but deleted
certain offensive passages from
the copy.
Mrs. Arbeli-Almoslino became
aware of the Iraqi campaign last
July when she attended the In-
ternational Convention on Wom-
en's Rights in Mexico City as
an Israeli delegate.
ALTHOUGH the agenda item
was equal opportunities for
women, the Arab, Communist
and Third World m
ed the gathering -m.
Israel forum and pushe,J
a resolution in which i
was formally conden,
with capitalism and n
a movement to t- J_
was finally permitted,,
she gave an account of I
sonal experience with
discrimination and no,
in Iraq.
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