The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale


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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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Fred K. Shochet.
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Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
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Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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pJewisti Floridf OF GUI A Tffft FORT LA UDKRDALE
ime 6 Number 7
Friday, April 1,1977
(g) FredK.shwjiet Friday, Apriii,iw .Two Sections price$1.00
Greenberg Urges U JA Giving 'In Passover Spirit'
Persons who have not yet
made pledges to the 1977
UJA-Israel Emergency Fund
were called on this week by
Sen. Samuel L. Greenberg, the
UJA general chairman, "to
come forward in the spirit of
Passover to help rescue and
redeem the tens of thousands
of Jews in Israel, the Soviet
Union, Arab lands, Latin
America and right here in Fort
Lauderdale who depend on our
help and generosity."
vo members of the Georgian Dancers of Israel, which will
^pear here on May 17, are captured in mid-air.
Israeli Georgian Uancers
To Perform Here as Part
\f Independence Day Fete
[The Jewish Community Center
Greater Fort Lauderdale will
ansor the internationally
claimed Georgian Dancers of
ael in connection with its
ebration of Israel's twenty-
pth anniversary.
^Harvey Kopelowitz, chairman
the celebration, hailed the
ncers as "an exemplification of
Kiel's determination to be
The celebration will take place
| Tuesday, May 17 at 8 p.m., in
i War Memorial Auditorium.
THE GROUP will appear as a
rial favor to the Jewish
imunity Center in recognition
|its success in presenting other
aeli performances.
Since there will be only one
)rformance, Kopelowitz urged
rly ticket purchases, which are
bailable at War Memorial
luditorium or at the JCC.
The Georgian Dancers of Israel
under the direction of Ilia
lamtalashvili. He began his
tudies as a dancer at the
jrgian National Academy of
tag and dance in Tiflis, at the
[AT 16 he graduated as a
boreographer, and beginning in
50 was the official
fioreographer for the Dance
ompany of Gori. At the same
le, he danced for the National
ince Ensemble of Georgia, both
thin the USSR and throughout
i world.
In 1953, Namtalashvili was
fted into the Soviet army and
assigned to form a company
40 dancers from the army's
National Georgian Division.
That group has since achieved
worldwide notice.
Between 1950 and 1970,
Namtalashvili, while dancing for
the National Dance Ensemble of
Continued on Page 2-A
'Victims' Day
Memorial Set
A creative day of remem-
brance, in memory of the victims
of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
and the entire holocaust, has
been set for April 20, at 1 p.m., at
Temple Emanu-El, according to
Sol Brenner, president of the
Senior Adult Group of the Jewish
Community Center.
Rare slides of the holocaust
will be shown as the guests enter
the auditorium. There will be
dramatic readings followed by a
selection of songs by a special
guest artist.
Barry Axler, assistant director
of the Jewish Federation, will
deliver the keynote address. This
will be followed by a candle
lighting ceremony and a special
"We must remember the past
and give hope for the future,"
commented Brenner. "I urge
everyone in our community to
attend this important event," he
Serving on the committee are
Lillian Brenner, Hy and Minerva
Kaplan, and Helen Nathan of the
JCC staff.
Sen. Greenberg made
known that over $350,000
remains outstanding from
Dei-sons who contributed in
Although the 1977 campaign
has already exceeded its 1976
total result of $1.5 million, the
Senator said he felt it "in-
cumbent" on himself and hie
fellow officers "to insure that
every person on our rolls remains
current, and that means giving."
THE RECORDS show, he
said, that the list of 1977 non-
givers "is discouragingly long,"
adding that "either we aren't
reaching these Jews or they're
plainly unconcerned."
Sen. Greenberg said in this
connection that he found it
"difficult" to believe that "there
are persons who can turn either
their backs or a deaf ear to the
pleas of our fellow Jews in need."
He urged past contributors to
"become current" by sendinK-
Continued on Page 11-A
Federation Leaders
Passover Greetings
By Senator Samuel L. Greenberg
General Chairman, Federation / UJA / Ivael
Emergency Fund
"Mah Nishtanaw; why is this night different?"
Why is this year different? Yes, let's look at this
past year from one Passover to another. I don't
know of any other year that was marked by the
likes of Entebbe,' just as there has never been a
year that quite matched the Year of the Exodus
from Egypt.
In Fort Lauderdale, this has been the year of
our greatest UJA success, so far. More Jews live
here; more of them are contributors to our UJA;
more funds from Fort Lauderdale are being sent
for life-saving, freedom-giving, humanitarian
programs in Israel and countries around the
MORE IS being done right here in Fort
Lauderdale to usher in new lives of hope for the
sick, the aged, the economically needy, the psy-
chologically troubled.
Nor is this the end of our cause for joy. Days
following Passover we shall mark the twenty-
ninth anniversary of Israel's establishment as a
free and independent State. We can begin to
celebrate that wonderful event at Passover,
because the Exodus meant chai life as well
as freedom, and so does Israel's re-birth as a
Passover also means shalom peace. It means
justice. It means thanks to God for it was He
who brought us out of Egypt, with a strong arm,
an outstretched hand. Shouldn't we do as much
for all who are still in bondage, still yearning to be
free? May you have the happiest Passover ever.
President, Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale
It's my great pleasure to extend Passover
greetings to every member of our Greater Fort
Lauderdale Jewish community. I extend these
greetings to you, dear reader.
Passover, of course, is a joyous holiday, com-
memorating as it does not only the liberation of
our people from Egyptian bondage but man's
first successful confrontation with the forces of
human oppression.
IT IS THAT liberation and that success that
we mark and celebrate during the opening Seder
days of Passover and all of the following week.
But in actuality we are Passover-conscious and
Passover-oriented all the rest of the year
working as we are to help liberate Soviet Jewry
from a ruthless religious and cultural repression;
to help Soviet and other Jews in an exodus to a
new life of freedom in Israel; to help Israel itself
improve its free way of life for all who come to it
for haven; and to help create a better life for
thousands of men and women in Fort Lauderdale
who look to the Jewish Federation for social
service, educational, cultural and religious
I AM deeply encouraged not only by the
response of so many of my fellow Jews to our
Federation / UJA campaign but to their
reception of the Federation as the central and
main agency in planning and working for the
Jewish community.
In the times of Exodus, Moses led our people
step by step from strength to strength. I have
the sure sense that we are in step also moving
month by month from one strength to another.
The Georgian Dancers of Israel, a 40-member" troupe, of Georgians who left the USSR for
Israel, are directed by Ilian Namtalashvili
passovea QReetinqs pRom the BoantvOfficeas and Staff
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The Jewish Flbtididn ofOredterForiLduderddlr
Friday, April 1, i<
Perlmans Honored by Brandeis Library Offering
Language Classes
Louis L. and Anita Perlman.
longtime friends and benefactors
of Brandeis University, were
inducted as members of the Uni-
versity Board of Fellows at a
dinner, March 29 at Bahia Mar
Hotel inFort Lauderdale.
Mr. and Mrs.
Perlman, who
have residences
in Fort Lauder-
dale and Chi-
cago, have to-
gether blended
careers in busi-
ness, community
and philanthropy
for more than 50
A high point
of their communal service came
last summer when they were
awarded the Keter Shem Tov
Pursuant to Article XV of
the By Laws of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort.
Lauderdale, notice is hereby
given that there win be a
meeting of the Corporation
for the purpose of amending
the By-Lawa on Thursday,
April 14 at 5 p.m. in the
offices of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, 2999 NW 33
Ave., Lauderdale Lakes,
Rayus Sets Date
The Rayus Group of Hadassah
is planning a Youth Aliyah Testi-
monial on April 26 to honor it*
past president.
Georgian Dancers
Continued from Page 1-A
Georgia, choreographed for many
other Georgian companies.
IN 1970, he decided to
emigrate, to Israel and was
deprived of working until his
departure in 1972.
His reasons for leaving were
two-fold, he said. First, he was
inspired by the Six-Day War, and
second, he realized that despite
the respect he had achieved for
his talent in his native Georgia,
there would never be an op-
portunity for advancement
because he was Jewish.
All of Namtalashvili's family
are, and were, dancers, including
his mother and father and
brothers and sisters. Upon
arriving in Israel, he formed a
small group comprised of family
members of friends. Over the
years, as new waves of Georgian
immigrants arrived in Israel, the
company grew in size until today.
It now boasts 40 members.
was to form a company on a level
with the National Company of
Georgia, which he greatly ad-
mires. He feels the group has
now arrived at the point where it
can perform in public and be
compared to any Georgian
The Company's orchestra
includes soloists from the
National Georgian Company ano
features Ilia Quitelashvili playing
the Deduki, and Otari Zizov at
lead drummer.
The show includes man)
Georgian dances of note, among
them the Sadarbazo, Georgia's
national folk dance; the Diigitov,
Caucasian horse-riders dance;
Asitinian Folk Dance, Old Tiflis
Dance, Parikaoba, the national
sportgames dance, and others.
Namtalaahvili has also
prepared several dances that
Soviet authorities have refused to
let be performed outside the
USSR. In addition, he has said
that the repertory contains
certain tracfcttnal Jewish
Georgian dances that, likewise,
have never been seen outside the
Award (Crown of Good Name) by
the Jewish National Fund.
Elected Fellows of the Uni-
versity last year, they have
devoted their energy and
resources on behalf of Brandeis
for many years. Perlman had
earlier served on the President's
Council, and Mrs. Permian was a
founder of the Chicago Chapter of
the Brandeis National Women's
Both Mr. and Mrs. Perlman
are members of the national B'nai
B'rith, and Mrs. Perlman is a
past national president of its
Women's Division. She also is
president of the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale, and'
her civic and communal energies
have been devoted to such causes
as the National Safety Council
and the White House Conference
on Children and Youth in 1960.
The Lauderdale Lakes Branch
of the Broward County Library
system in Lauderdale Lakes, is
offering classes in several
languages. The classes are held
on a continuing, weekly basis.
Conversational Yiddish classes
are once again accepting in-
terested people. Yiddish is
presented every Thursday from 1
to 2:30 p.m., instructed by Sunny
Classes in Italian for beginners
is starting on Friday. April 1,
and will be presented every
Friday from 1 to 3 p.m. The
classes will be instructed by Ines
French for beginners is
scheduled for Tuesday from 1 to 2
p.m., starting on April 5.
Maurice Abby is the trench
Cochairmen of the Margate Jewish Center UJA Committee are
Israel Resnikoff (left) and Bill Katzberg. The committee meets
on Tuesdays, mapping strategy to increase fund-raising efforts
over last year's campaign.
A symbol of a
will no
i people who
Not even in death.
Yahrzeit is the Jewish ritual observed
upon the anniversary of the death of a parent
or close relative.
A candle is lit and burns for twenty four
hours in the home of the family. As it burns, a
son or daughter of Israel is remembered and
loved. And the Faith and the destiny of the
Jewish people becomes unforgetable.
Each time a Yahrzeit candle is is the
fulfillment of God's promise to Abraham. An
assurance of new generations for all time.
For the flame is eternal. It symbolizes
Jews as a people who will not die. Not even
in death.
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Friday, April 1,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 3- A
Beth Orr to Fete Schultz
Floyd P. Schultz, a founding
member and member of the
Board of Trustees of the Coral
Springs Hebrew Congregation,
now Temple Beth Orr,
has been selected
to receive the Is-
rael Solidarity
Award at a Night
in Israel on be-
half of Israel
Bonds at Temple
Beth Orr, Coral
Springs, on Sun-
day, April 17, at'
8 p.m. SCHULTZ
The event will be held under
the auspices of Temple Beth Orr,
Larry Johnson, president,
together with the Coral Springs
Lodge B'nai B'rith, Marty Feins,
president; B'nai B'rith Women of
Coral Springs, Gail Delia Bella,
president; Northwest Broward
Synagogue, Joan Silverman,
president; and Women's
American ORT," Coral Springs
Chapter, Arlene Abrams,
president. Gary Fagelman is
chairman and Dr. Robert Wenig
is cochairman of the Israel Bonds
Schultz, owner of the Coral
Springs Pharmacy and Surgical
and a partner in Pines Chemists
and Orthopedic Aids, is widely
known for his activities on behalf
of many communal causes. He is
a director of the Coral Springs
Chamber of Commerce and the
Bank of Coral Springs.
He is a former president of the
Executive Club of Coral Springs,
a former member of the Broward
County Charter Commission and
a former member of the Coral
Springs Charter Review Com-
Chairman Fagelman an-
nounced that a program of enter-
tainment is planned, headed by
Larry Dorn, American Jewish
folk humorist. Refreshments will
be served and the public is
USYer's Participate In Sholom Weekend
Temple Sholom recently hosted
over One hundred members of the
United Synagogue Youth,
representing nine congregations
in the Southern Region, in a
weekend "Shabbaton'' beginning
with Sabbath dinner prepared by
the Temple Sisterhood and
headed by Mrs. David Farber
and her Youth Committee.
The young people assisted
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer at the
Sabbath eve new moon service
and conducted an open forum
question hour after the Oneg
On Saturday they assisted in
the Sabbath Service and at-
tended Torah sessions where
discussions were held on Jewish
Identity and Roots, Mysticism in
Jewish Tradition, and Jewish
Ethics and Involvement in
Community Service.
Saturday night was marked by
the annual dance and social, and
on Sunday the group conducted a
morning prayer service which
was followed by a picnic.
"It has been an inspiration to
watch these young people,"
Rabbi Skop said, "and they are a
credit to their Rabbis and
Congregations. Their familiarity
with our Hebrew language, Torah
Bible readings, worship service,
and general decorum was a joy to
behold. We are proud to have
had these young people in our
Temple and in our homes for the
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Optometrists Name
Solomon President
Dr. Jack Solomon
come president |
of the Brow- .
ard Countyj
Optometric As-j
sociation during I
an installation'
dinner on April 1,
at Pier 66, during
which plans will
be made for the)
BCOA's hosting
of this year's Solomon
Florida Optometric Association
convention in mid-April.
Other BCOA officers to be
installed include Dr. Robert
Davis, president-elect; Dr. John
Renaldo, vice president; Dr.
Charles Kluge, treasurer; Dr.
Howard Braverman, secretary,
and trustees Drs. Philip
Dagostino, Robert Golden,
Robert Grand and William Kahn.
Dr. Sheldon Stein becomes im-
mediate past president.
Dr. Solomon, a graduate of
111 inois College of Optometry, has
practiced optometry in Fort
Lauderdale since 1960. He is a
fellow of the American Academy
of Optometry and the FOA's peer
review board chairman.
Dinner Date Set
Temple Sholom of Pompano's
annual dinner will be held at the
Temple on Saturday evening,
April 16.
Beverly Hersher is chairperson
of the dinner. w
A Passover
Message To
The Community
Executive Director, Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale
You have my heartfelt greetings for a joyous Passover. This is the
one holiday of our Hebrew calendar that is the family holiday par
excellence. We have the keenest sense of family with our forebears who
endured the wretched trials of oppression and then, with God's help,
broke the shackles. We have that deep sense of family suffering in the
long years of desert wandering before our ancestors came into the
Promised Land. And today, as our fellow Jews in Israel toil and
sacrifice to bring to reality the promise of a land of milk and honey, we
take a family pride in their wondrous accomplishments and
offer our .help which so many of us give through our
Federation / UJA / Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
Our sense of family is reflected also in the growing size and scope
of our Jewish Federation. Not yet 10 years old, it is today the central
agency of the Jewish community built by the very community it
serves and growing from year to year because the community is in
growth. Ten years ago there were less than 10,000 Jews in Greater
Fort Lauderdale. Today, there are over 60,000 and a Federation
with a broad range of social, family, religious, educational, cultural
and recreational services all funded through our UJA campaign
even though the greatest part of the funds that are raised go to Israel.
This is how a family is, and should be living together in unity and
affection, pulling together, sharing the same trials, hopes and dreams.
It was that way in the time of Moses. It remains that way today. As it
is said, we are one. We are, indeed. Happy Passover.

Our OfTicers,pireetors &>tafT
wish you and yours
Chairman of Ike Board

Page 4-A
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 1,1977
Who's in Control?
The Constitution of the United States is a remarkable
document, mainly for its succinctness and brevity. We
shudder to think what the Washington bureaucrats would
make of it were it given into their hands to write the Con-
stitution today.
Specifically, the Constitution of the United States
grants to the President the power of controlling and
shaping our foreign affairs.
Presumably, the State Department is the agency
designed to assure the fact that the President's wishes are
In matters of foreign affairs, which have become so
critically important especially since World War II, it is no
secret that career diplomats who live in its caverns and
direct its functions attempt to neutralize the President's
powers as defined by the Constitution and, in fact, to
assume that power for themselves.
An 1 example is President Carter's appearance before
the United Nations last week. There, not only was the
President duped by Secretary General Kurt Waldheim,
who invited representatives of the PLO to meet and shake
hands with Mr. Carter despite Carter's repeated
statements that there can be no U.S. dealings with the
PLO until the PLO gives up its avowed dedication to the
destruction of the State of Israel.
He was also duped by his own State Department
which, according to reports, was handmaiden to the
Waldheim invitation.
Observers of the Carter-PLO representatives meeting
were witness to the President's visible embarrassment.
A Terrifying Answer
When will this kind of State Department sabotage of
presidential desires finally come to an end? If we are to
judge by the report on our front page last week [Jewish
Floridian, Mar. 18) of an address by former CBS News
Correspondent Daniel Schorr who charged that the failure
of the CIA to warn both Israel and the U.S. of the surprise
Yom Kippur attack in 1973, the answer seems never.
In that speech, Schorr said that the CIA had absolute
knowledge of the attack beforehand, but that the "anti-
Israel spirit within its (the State Department's) Middle
East desk deterred a prediction of an apparently im-
minently full-scale war."
Are we, willy-nilly, going to get a Palestinian state on
State Department terms or a solution to the Middle East
dilemma as forged by the Israeli and Arab parties in-
volved through the good offices of the President of the
United States?
Judging by the latest State Department stunt at the
United Nations, we shudder to think of the answer to that
USSR Anti-Semitism
There is growing concern that the Soviet government
is engaged in the most vicious anti-Semitic campaign
since the death of Stalin and one that is reminiscent ol
Czarist Russia. IsraeU Foreign Minister Yigal Allon
recently accused the USSR of "unleashing the latent
and perhaps not so latent sentiments of anti-Semitism
which exists in large parts of the Soviet society."
Jews who have emigrated from the USSR report that
anti-Semitism is still strong among the Soviet people. No
one expects pogroms, although Jews are attacked by
bullies on Soviet streets as part of the organized harass-
ment against Jewish activists.
The recent actions of the Soviet authorities endanger
not only the activists but every Jew, and the Kremlin may
find that it has unleashed a monster which even it will not
be able to control.
It is now showing anti-Semitic films on television and
has run an article in its newspaper, Izvestia, accusing
some of the leading activists of working for the Central
Intelligence Agency. It has arrested one of these, Anatoly
Sharansky, and has threatened to charge him with
espionage and treason.
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Addendum to Buckley Flap
A PHONE call from the Ne*
York office of William F
Buckley's National Revieu.
politely requests a copy of the
column in which I take out after
Mr. Buckley's anti-Jewish
Just as politely, I ask whicl
one. There have been two in the
past few months.
There is a moment of silence
which I interpret as dismay, as f
the caller is thinking that there
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Volume 6
has been a terrible blunder
somewhere. How can it be?
TO BE helpful, for the tact is
that I am pretty aura which
column is at issue, I ask whether
it's the one involving Buckley's
interview with a representative of
the Moon Unification Church on
his Firing Line public television
The silence over the phone is
broken. There' is general if
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Fndy, April 1,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 6-A
ORT to ate Achievers
On Monday, April 11, the
Broward Region of Women's
American ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training)
will hold ita annual Honor Roll
Luncheon at the Diplomat Hotel,
Mr. R. Jack Lewie, Honor Roll
JWV Council
Elects Slate
The Broward-Palm Beach
District Council of the Jewish
War Veterans is now in its second
year. The council consists of all
Posts in the two counties in-
cluding Miramar, Pompano
Beach, Deerfield Beach, Delray
Beach, West Palm Beach, Holly-
wood and Fort Lai
surrounding areas. |
The annual
convention was
held last month
and the following
were elected for
the term expiring
in 1978:
Paul P. Zim-
merman of Fort
Lauderdale, com- Zhni
mander; Alex Block of West
Palm Beach, senior vice com-
mander; Milton Weinberg of
Pompano Beach, junior vice com-
mander; Irving Doctor in of Deer-
field Beach, trustee; Ray Weiss
of Hollywood, trustee; and Sam
Franzblau of Miramar, trustee.
A slate of junior officers will be
appointed by Cmdr. Zimmerman
ORT to See Film
The Deerfield Beach Chapter of
Women's American ORT
(Organization of Rehabilitation
through Training) will meet on
Tuesday, April 12, in the Admin-
istration Building of Century
Village East, at noon.
The film "L'Chayim to Life"
will be shown.
Members and guests are in-
vited to attend. Cele Fleischer,
membership chairman, can
provide more information.
chairman and hostess for the day,
stated that this year's luncheon
marks the silver anniversary of
Honor Roll in ORT.
The Honor Roll began as a
campaign for emergency financial
assistance in Israel.
Honor Roll is the record of
involvement of each of Breward's
3,700 ORT members. It is an
indicator of every member's
support for the vocational edu-
cation program. Those members
invited to attend the luncheon
have achieved their National
Honor Roll level through work
and donations.
ORTists will be welcomed by
Mrs. Herbert Wormser,
Also to be given recognition
are Golden Circle members,
women who have contributed to
ORT's Capital Funds Campaign.
These women, Mrs. Theodore
Daren, Mrs. Milton Nowick, Mrs.
Albert Osborne, Mrs. Leon
Rubin, Mrs. David Wechsler,
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next meeting on Wednesday,
April 13 at 1 p.m. at the Tamarac
Jewish Center.
Officer elections wfll be held for
1977-78 at this meeting.
Sunny Landsman will direct a
Passover program, "A Time for
BB to Sponsor Show
Fort Lauderdale Lodge 1438 of
B'nai B'rith will present Allan
Jones and his all-star Revue at
the Fort Lauderdale High School
Auditorium on Sunday, May 1 at
8:30 p.m.
Jack Lazar is in charge of
arrangements. Moe Kaplan,
Lazar or Josh Chodrow are in
charge of reservations.
Sunrise Center To
Occupy New Premises
The Sunrise Lakes Jewisl
Center will shortly move into its
new premises on West Oakland
Park Boulevard in Sunrise.
Abe Yunnan is president of the
congregation and Jack Merchant
is cantor.
BB Lodge 2912 Installs Officers
The Blue Star Lodge 2918 of
B'nai B'rith of Tamarac held ita
fifth annual officer installation
kat weak and the following men
began their terms of office:
Lou Plevy, president, is chair-
man of the Hilfol Division of Bios
Star and the B'nai B'rith Council
of North Broward-Palm Beech
Lodges. He is also chairman of
the Century Club.
Other inducted officers
Harry Singer, first vice presi-
dent; Mortimer Zinn, second vice
president; Dr. Dan Resnick, third
vice president; Mort Weinberger,
fourth vice president; Robert
Shurr, corresponding secretary;
Mark Weissman, financial secre-
tary; Nat Brodsky, treasurer;
Dr. Herman Weiss, chaplain and
David Gornitaky, warden.
Singer wae presented with the
Man of the Year Award Rabbi
Israel Zimmermen of Temple
Beth Torah; Morris Glicksman,
president of the Temple and ADL
chairman of the Lodge; and Phil
Solomon participated in the
1BBW Plans Meeting
B'nai B'rith Woman Tamarac
Chapter 1479 will hold an in-
stallation meeting on Thursday,
April 21 at the Tamarac Jewish
Center at 12:15 p.m.
Officers for the coming year
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Friday, April 1,1977
Hanafi-Refugee Common Cause
(JTA) Presidential
Counsel Robert J. Lipshutz
told the annual meeting of
the Zionist Organization of
America's executive com-
mittee in Washington last
weekend that "a large per-
centage of the Palestinian
people feel they have been
deprived of their rights and
whether such an attitude is
justified or not. we would
ignore this situation at our
Lipshutz, who is one of
President Carter's closest
advisers and presides over
White House staff meet-
ings, stated that "the reso-
lution of this problem is of
utmost importance to the
State of Israel, to the Arab
countries, to the United
States and indeed to the
reflecting "my own personal
thoughts." Lipshutz said he
found "important analogies"
between the feelings of the
Hanafi Moslems who last week
seized three buildings here and
held 134 persons as hostages for
39 hours and the "hundreds of
millions of people in this world,
particularly in Asia and Africa"
who "feel they are deprived oi an
equal opportunity to life as com-
pared with other peoples of the
He noted that the Hanafis
have "a belief that our system
has not properly rendered
justice" to those persons for the
1973 slayings of the wife and
children of the Hanafi leader.
Khalifa Hamaas Abdul Khaalis.
by what the Hanafis claim was a
rival Moslem group.
Discussing the "spectacularly
successful teamwork" in the
release of the hostages. Lipshutz
drew attention to the partici-
pation of the ambassadors of
Egypt, Pakistan and Iran and
"the deep religious beliefs of the
person (Khaalis) who held our
people captive"
He suggested that while in the
past "deep religious convictions
might have been the basis for
strife between persons of dif-
ferent beliefs," they "might well
become a common bond" and
bring together "all of the people
of the world."
IN ANOTHER address at the
meeting which marked the ZOA's
80th anniversary. Rep. Clement
Zablocki (D., Wis.), chairman of
the House International
Relations Committee, urged a
three-point program for the
Middle East, including a formal
American security commitment
to Israel.
He urged that the U.S. scale
down its sale of arms to the
Mideast and that peace efforts
"complement the reduction."
In addition, Zablocki
suggested an economic develop-
ment bank for the area by a
consortium, including the Arab
states. The Palestinian question,
he said, "is the heart of the
conflict and it will not go away,"
adding that "unless the issue is
faced by all sides unemotionally
it will not be solved."
peppered both Lipshutz and
Zablocki with questions, some
tinged with criticism.
Rabbi Joseph P. Sternstein.
ZOA president, said the latest
U.S. expressions on Mideast
policy by President Carter and
the State Department "can only
lead to confusion.'
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Laucterdale
180,000 Invitations To Soviet Jews Not Acted On
The U.S. Joint Commission on
Security and Cooperation in
Europe, which received testi-
mony Mar. 17 on the treatment of
Jews in the USSR, has been
informed by Eugene Gold, chair-
man of the National Conference
on Soviet Jewry, that "at the
present time" 180,000 invitations
sent to Soviet Jews to find their
homes in Israel have not been
acted upon.
Gold also told the Commission
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private lake, campers are exposed
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Boating and skiing are featured
as are equestrian activities on
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With services conducted each
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that "no one can say" why
Jewish emigration has fallen off
in the last two years "except that
the Soviet Union totally controls
the rate of emigration."
Leater S. Hyman, of
Washington, D.C., will serve as
chairman of the planning com-
mittee for the 71st annual
meeting of the American Jewish
Committee at the Waldorf-
Astoria in New York, it has been
announced by Elmer L. Winter,
AJCommittee national president.
Hyman is a partner in the law
firm of Leva, Hawes, Symington,
Martin and Oppenheimer. He is
chairman of AJC's Washington
'Chapter and a
utive Council
member of the
National Exec-
and Domestic
Affairs Commission.
Theodore Freedman, director
of the program division of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, is meeting this week in
Rome with representatives of two
major Vatican bodies concerned
with Catholic-Jewish relations.
The meetings are with the
Vatican Commission for
Religious Relations with the
Jews and with SIDIC (Inter-
national Documentation Center
on Jewish Christian Relations).
Freedman is also meeting with
vhe Commission's new secretary.
Ft. Jorge Mejia.
President Carter has appointed
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindkr,
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations, to serve on the advisory
board of the Alliance to Save
The Alliance is a private, non-
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Rep. Dante Faacell (D., Fla.)
has urged President Carter to
speak out against a Soviet ban on
the importation of flour used to
make matzot for the Passover
In a letter which was also
signed by a number of his
congressional colleagues, Fascell
pointed out that this is "in direct
violation of the Helsinki Accord,
which grants the right of
religious freedom to all people."
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 1,1977
Rabbi and Mrs. Morton
Malavsky of Hollywood have
announced the engagement
of their daughter, Judith, to
Robert Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Scott of
Bloomfield, N.J.
Judith, presently a second
grade teacher at Maimonides
Day School in Boston,
earned her B.A. degree at
Boston University, attended
Hebrew Teacher's College in
Boston and studied at the
Hebrew University in
Jerusalem during her junior
year of college. She will be
awarded her masters of
education degree in May.
The bride-elect was a
soloist in the Zamir Choral
for a number of years and
appeared throughout the
states and in Israel. She is
now a member of a
professional Israeli dance
troupe. Judith is a graduate
of South Broward High
School and also attended the
Hebrew Academy, Miami
Beach, where she was
president of the student
Robert is a graduate of
Rutgers University and
majored in Judaica studies.
He earned his masters of
Hebrew literature at the
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America and has worked
as a counselor and depart-
ment head at Camp Ramah.
He is presently the principal
of the Hebrew and Judaica
department of the Hillel
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Tampa, Fla.
The couple plans to make
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both will teach at the Tampa
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An August wedding is
Rabbi Malavsky is the
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United Way campaign. The an-
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N. Cheaney, campaign chairman.
A resident of
Tamarac, Rush
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to work with United Way
towards the betterment of Brow-
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Active in civic affairs for many
years. Rush, a member of United
Way's board of directors, is an
honorary trustee of Broward
Community College, serves on
the executive board of the South
Florida Council of Scouting, and
is chairman-elect for the Greater
Hollywood Chamber of Com-
merce. He is also a committee
member for the Fort Lauderdale -
Hollywood Airport Negotiation
Committee and is a member of
the National Aeronautics
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Page 9- A
-Ambassadors Vverwhelmed' by U.S1 Jewry's Expressions of Gratitude-
Iran's Ambassador Ardeshir
Zahedi finds himself "literally
overwhelmed by expressions of
appreciation and gratitude" for
his participation in the
negotiations that led to the
release of 134 hostages 10 days
ago held by Hanafi Moslems for
39 hours in three Washington
Zahedi, Pakistani Ambassador
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the Hanafi leadership at the
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terrorist operation and where
about 107 hostages were held.
Another 27 hostages were held at
the Moslem center and the
m District Building (City Hall).
HUNDREDS of letters and
other communications have been
received by the three envoys,
many of them, perhaps the
majority, from Jews. David
Blumberg, B'nai B'rith
president, was among the first to
communicate with the envoys
and expressed his thanks.
Zahedi made his comment in
response to a letter from Hyman
Bookbinder, the American
Jewish Committee's Washington
Zahedi noted that he was "a
first-hand witness to the
generosity of the United States"
by the Truman administration's
aid program and that "since
then, I have watched with
growing admiration as you have
continued to set an example to
the rest of the world in the
provision of economic and
humanitarian aid.
"For all this, your great and
powerful nation has seemed to
expect no praise, and yet when I,
as a foreigner, was able to play
some small role in easing tensions
of last week, I found myself
literally overwhelmed by ex-
pressions of appreciation and
generosity are indeed a sign of
the greatness of your nation."
In his response, Yaqub-Khan
thanked Bookbinder for "the
touching and generous
ments expressed in it."
senti- No response has been received
yet from Ghorbal.
Fran Schopp Attends NCJW Biennial
Iran Schopp, president of
Plantation Unit of the National
Council of Jewish Women, at-
tended the thirty-second biennial
national convention of the NCJW
at the New York Hilton Hotel
from March 7 to 10 as a delegate.
The delegates elected new
officers and a new board of
directors to serve until the next
_ biennial at the convention, amid
workshops and Plenary Sessions.
The convention concluded with
a banquet, which was attended
by Mayor Abraham Beame of
New York City.
The John F. Kennedy Award,
NCJW's highest honor, was
presented to Vice President
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 1,1977
Leo Maudlin
Addendum to Buckley Flap
Continued from Page 4-A '
nervous agreement that the
column I have identified is the
one the Buckley bunker has in
mind. Then, there is another
silence followed by a tentative
"The second column. What is
it about?"
"One at a time," I reply as sen-
sitively as I know how, and
promise to drop a copy of the first
into the mail within a few days.
I HAVE not yet done so.
Any piece of writing must
speak for itself, or it is no good in
the first place. Still, I feel im-
pelled to add a note, and since the
first charge was publicly made, it
seems appropriate that the
addendum should be publicly
made, too. And so here goes.
Dear Mr. Buckley:
What apparently troubles you
is that I have called some of youi
sentiments crude anti-Semitism.
To be anti-Semitic, to feel anti-
Semitic these are things by
which surely you feel absolutely
CHARGES of anti-Semitisrr
against you therefore shock you.
They are not a part of your self-
image. Your intellectual proces-
ses, your philosophical notions,
your friendships with the creative
elite so many of whom are
Jewish, let alone your sense of
fair play and insouciant attach-
ment to life as drama of the
absurd all these things make
anti-Semitism an absurdity and
alien to vour very soul.
And yet in your interview with
Albert Salonen of the Rev.
Moon's Unification Church, you
spoke with enthusiasm of the
Jewish crime of deicide of which
Jews, in your view, are guilty to
this very day.
You not only accept Jewish
complicity in the crucifixion of
Jesus as an historic fact, but you '
purvey on the open market place
the disgusting notion of the
collective guilt of the Jews, which
can never be expunged.
THIS IS the sort ot thinking
that is characteristic of students
of Latin extraction in my college
classroom. There is a huge
number of them in South Florida,
as you well know, and their
Catholic religiosity is much closer
to its tormented European roots
than is generally true for native
Americans today, who may
practice their faith with
something of equal fervor, but
who have acquired a less
parochial and more wholesome
view of it over the years.
Furthermore, there is a high
correlation between the parochial
Catholic view of deicide and
intellectual non-achievement in
academics across the board.
Students who hate Jews
"because they killed Christ" tend
to be intellectually inferior. They
read little, write poorly and think
mainly in vulgar cliches, not only
about Jews, but just about
everything else, too.
THE REASONS are obvious.
The tenacious reverence for a
religious cliche does not en-
courage curiosity, academic or
any other kind. This is as true,
say, in theology and philosophy
as it is in sociology or math-
With respect to yourself, I
therefore find your holding with
the charge of deicide as contrary
to both the spirit and the reality
of your own personal
This is not to say that
Catholics who embrace the
deicide charge are sui generis
intellectually inferior. St. John
Chrysostom, whose fire sermons
I detest with every fiber of my
being, surely was not inferior.
BUT THE point here is that
deicide is a religious principle.
However much I may find it a
repulsive principle, I am willing,
to recognize it as that.
But you, Sir, confuse it with:
historic fact, and you enthus-
iastically present it as such. In
this sense, you are a partner in
the kingdom of my cliche-ridden
students whose parochialism
cripples their growth and will,
poor souls, keep them crippled
throughout their lives.
In this sense, I can no longer
feel the kinship for you that I felt
in the past. The bond of the
aristoi of excellence between us
has been loosened to free you to
make common cause with a lower
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THAT YOU have seemingly
managed to overcome the dis-
advantage of the cliche-ridden
does not make you unique, only
more dangerous. There are other
fine minds in the twentieth
century which also either held
tenaciously to deicide specifically
or to anti-Semitism generally as a
principle among their beliefs.
There were Hilaire Belloc, T. S.
Eliot, G. K. Chesterton, Ezra
Pound, Wallace Stevens, D. H.
Lawrence. The list is sadly long.
But their distinction wanes as
the confusion in their thinking
becomes more apparent over the
passing decades. And if you (and
they) are not unique in the sense
that your creativity has managed
to transcend your bigotry, what
remains is the danger of your
venom prepared to do its deathly
business disguised as the petal of
MY STUDENTS are what
they are, easily recognizable. But
it is your literacy, once an object
of my most profound admiration,
that now sends you into the
ranks of my enemy.
You are dangerous because you
are not what you seem.
Primarily, you confuse religion
with history, and you make this a
respectable confusion for others
to emulate. That is a crime far
more detestable than the charge
of deicide itself. On a practical
level, it has less to do with anti-
Semitism than with accuracy.
Just how trustworthy are you?
My God, man, religious
doctrine is even separate and
apart from a theological doctrine,
certainly from a metaphysical
rank statement of faith, having
nothing whatever to do with
knowledge or empirical
reasoning. Or with a priori
reasoning either, as St. Thomas
Aquinas adequately demon-
strated in his rejection of St.
Anselm's ontology as pure ab-
surdity. And who could be more
Catholic than St. Thomas?
And yet, in 1977, comes
William F. Buckley on national
television in the U.S.A. talking
about the Jewish crime of deicide
as if he were a hooded member of
some reconstituted Inquisitorial
court talking about facts when it
is faith he has in mind.
I am not attempting to
abrogate your religious rights.
You are entitled to them. But you
have confused them with
knowledge, belief, and evidence.
And this I cannot forgive in a
man of your calling.
How can I take anything you
say any longer with the degree of
seriousness I once thought it
Yours truly .
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Hday, April 1,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Pagell-A j
Israeli Bank Ups Profits
Shoiom Sisterhood Planning Luncheon
Bank Hapoalim B.M., one of
Israel's leading banks, increased
is net profits by 52.9 percent in
i to IL 200.5 million ($22.9
jjllion) in the year ending Dec.
[l, 1976, Jacob Levinson, chair-
nan of the board, announced.
The bank's good performance,
.i what was described as a year of
i-intense competition for funds
Lmong major Israeli banks," was
jrther indicated by strong
Advances in total assets and
deposits. Total assets rose by
R'2.8 percent to IL 62.8 billion
IS".2 billion). Total consolidated
Lsets reached IL 63.36 billion
fs7.24 billion), compared to IL
12.47 billion ($5.98 billion) in the
previous year.
Deposits grew to IL 55.91
Million ($6.38 billion). Total loans
Greenberg Urges
UJA Giving
Continued from Page 1-A
their checks or a note offering a
blt'dge. "Even though we have
surpassed last year's result," he
[declared, "inflation has been
eroding our success. As a result,
while more dollars are being
[allocated to the national UJA for
[re-allocation to the Jewish
Agency in Israel and to the Joint
I Distribution Committee for its
relief and medical rehabilitation
programs in some 25 countries
the world over, our dollars are
worth less in the crunch of an
inflation that is worldwide. We
have to literally kejp raising
I more to keep abreast of last
ear's purchasing power of our
THE UJA general chairman
Inoted that volunteer telephone
Isquads are at work almost every
Iday and night at Federation
I headquarters calling contributors
[ to come through with pledges to
the 1977 campaign.
The ?>ena*tor ur^ed con-
tributors to call him at JUA
campaign headquarters, 484-
|8200, or any of the following
^campaign associates: Joseph
Calig for residents of Palm-Aire;
Kuirene Goldberg for residents of
[Hawaiian Gardens, Majestic
[Gardens, Somerset, Oakland
iF.states, Cypress Chase, Gold
Key or the Northwest section;
|Nathan L. Roberts for Tamarac,
'oral Springs and Inverrary;
Mrs. Jan Salit for any of the
J'ompano Beach condos, the
Voodlands area and Lauderdale
Oaks; Irving L. Geisser, the
Federation's executive director,
Ifor the Northeast, Southeast,
iGalt Ocean Mile and Point of
(Americas; and Barry Axler, the
assistant executive director, for
the Women's Division.
outstanding rose to IL 42.50
billion ($4.85 billion), an. increase
of 51.5 percent.
The management of the bank
has decided to recommend the
distribution to the shareholders
of ordinary and ordinary pre-
ferred shares of a stock dividend
(bonus shares) at the rate of 20
percent. This would be in additi-
on to a cash dividend on the or-
dinary shares at the rate of 12.5
percent, and on the ordinary pre-
ferred shares at the rate of 15.5
percent. Both dividends are to be
paid out of 1976 net profits.
Reviewing the bank's domestic
and international operations,
Levinson noted that 1976 had
been a year of continued ex-
pansion both in Israel and
abroad. Over the past eight years
Bank Hapoalim's total resources
have grown about 33-fold.
The year's progress was also
reflected, the chairman said, by
the growing network of sub-
sidiaries, branches and repre-
sentative offices abroad The
New York branch completed its
second year of operation with
gratifying results. As a con-
sequence of the bank's ex-
perience, a second New York
branch is to be opened soon.
In London, both the West End
and City branches continued to
strengthen their individual
positions; the first in trade and
business between the United
Kingdom and Israel, the second
in the areas of international trade
and the money market. Bank
Hapoalim (Switzerland) Ltd., a
wholly owned subsidiary in
Zurich, which began operations
in June of 1976, reported net
profits by the end of the year of
approximately SFRS 100,000,
and total assets of SFRS 128.9
In Toronto the bank opened a
representative office to facilitate
and stimulate the growth of busi-
ness relations between Canada
and Israel. The bank also
maintains representative offices
in Buenos Aires, Sao Paolo, and
Caracas, and a subsidiary in the
Cayman Islands.
Ampal-American Israel
Corporation, which has been
successfully mobilizing invest-
ment funds for Israeli enterprises
since joining the Bank Hapoalim
Group three years ago, paid a
dividend of 10 percent.
The Ampal group has been
active in the South Florida area
since the opening nearly one year
ago of a regional office in Miami
Beach under the direction of
Shmuel Erner.
Lewis to Present
Bonds Awards To
Florida Bankers
A presentation of the
Jerusalem City of Peace Award
will be made to the Florida
Bankers Association at an
Awards Luncheon Saturday,
April 2, at Innisbrook, Fla., it
was announced by Milton M.
Parson, executive di-
rector of the
M South Florida Is-
M ^^^ rael Bond Organ-
^L ization.
m* The presenta-
tion will be made
jp-~ by Gerald A.
Lewis, controller
of the State of
A Florida, on be-
^L half of the Israel
Bond Organiza-
LEWIS tion.
Receiving the award on behalf
of the Florida Bankers
Association will be John C.
Wulbern, president.

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luncheon will be held on Tuesday,
April 26, at noon, in the Mary
Celeste Dining Room of the Bare-
foot Mailman Hotel in Hillsboro
The event will feature folk
singer Bea Kramer, a member of
the Folk Singer Society, who has
performed at clubs and restau-
rants in Pennsylvania and
throughout Florida. She has
studied Hassidic and Israeli
I music in Israel, which she will
include in her program.
During the luncheon, the
guests will also be entertained by
George Fields, pianist of the
Tropical Acres Restaurant in
Pompano Beach.
Mary Freeman, president, will
bring greetings. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop will give the invocation.
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer will lead
in the singing of the "Hatikvah"
and the "Star Spangled Banner."
Reservations may be made by
contacting Mrs. Cannon.______
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Page 12-A
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Port Lauderdale
Friday, April 1.19T7
Stern Free, Sharansky Seized
Dr. Mikhail Stern, who was
Treated in May, 1974, and >
sentenced in December,
1974, to eight years in a
labor camp on charges of
"bribery and swindling,"
was released by the
Ukrainian Supreme Court
on "humanitarian
grounds," it was reported
by the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry (SSSJ) and
the Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews (UCSJ).
The court stated that it
had taken into consider-
ation the 58 year old en-
docrinologist's ill health,
age and the fact that he was
a "first offender."
THE SSSJ and UCSJ said
Stern was suffering in the labor
camp from tuberculosis, ulcers,
bladder stones and spinal and
heart disorders. A month ago, he
was placed in a punishment cell
for 10 days for writing a latter
which was never delivered to his
wife, Ida, dafcim the horrors
of the camp conditions, the two
groups reported.
"Dr. Stern was a scapegoat in
he classic sense," the SSSJ and
JCSJ said. "He was tried
because his sons had applied for
exit visas to go to Israel. It was a
clear warning to all Jews in the
Ukraine who might seek exit."
Furthermore, they said, his
conviction followed a two-week
"kangaroo court" trial in Vin-
nitsa in which the sentence was
already common knowledge
before the proceedings ended and
at which almost every prose-
cution witness recanted his test*
mony on the stand.
"The release of Dr. Starr
vindicates the widespread
Western campaign on his
behalf," the SSSJ and UCSJ
days before sympathizers were to
have held an international
tribunal on the case. Among
those who were expected to par-
ticipate were Jean-Paul Sartre,
whose committee for the release
of Stern included 60 Nobel Prize
winners, exiled Soviet dissidents
Viktor Nekrasov, Alexander
Galich, Leonid Plyuahch and
Stern's two sons
Meanwhile, Anatoly
Deny Jews Left Israel
To Return to Morocco
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Jewish Agency denied a
news service report that substantial numbers of Moroccan Jews
left Israel last year to return to Morocco. Yehuda Dominitz,
deputy director of the Agency's immigration and absorption
department, claimed that not a single Jew emigrated from
Israel to Morocco last year.
Sharansky, one of the Soviet
Jewish activists who was
recently accused in an Uvettia
article of working with the
Central Intelligence Agency
(CIA) waa seized by eight secret
police as he was accompanying
two American reporters from the
apartment building wheip he had
bean staying, according to the
National Conference on Soviet
His immediate whereabouts
could not be learned, according to
a report from Moscow to the
SHARANSKY, 29, a member
of a group monitoring Soviet
implementation of the human
rights sections of the Helsinki
agreement, was talking to the
reporters about the release of Dr.
Mikhail Stern when the police
moved in.
The activist has been under
close surveillance by the secret
police as he moved about the city.
While police held back the
reporters, Sharansky was pushed
into a waiting car.
Sharansky, together with
Vladimir Slepak in whose apart-
ment he had been staying and
who had also been accused of
working with the CIA, waa one of
260 signers of a statement several
days ago which warned that anti-
Jewish prejudice is ready to erupt
in the Soviet Union. Slepak waa
also one of the signers.
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ly, April 1,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 13-A
|UJA Campaign Progress
INVERRARY: This over-the-top campaign wfll mark its
success at a Campaign Victory Party on Thursday, April 21 at
the Inverrary Country Club.
Harold Slater, general chairman of the Inverrary UJA will
preiide and Sen. Samuel L. Greenberg, general chairman of the
Greater Fort Lauderdale drive, will convey his "thanks" from
the Federation / UJA.
In designating the date for the party, April 21, Slater noted
that "It s the day Israel's twenty-ninth birthday is being ob-
served all oirer the world, even though the actual anniversary
falls two days later *- on April 23, which is Shabbat."
Slater said Israel's anniversary is a "fine day on which to
celebrate a success on its behalf."
Invited guests will be the chairmen of the numerous
Inverrary complexes and members of their committees. The
party is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.
WOODLANDS: Bernard Libros, chairman of the
Woodlands UJA, is heading a special campaign clean-up to
bring in gifts from those who have yet to make their 1977
To date, Woodlands is running 25 percent ahead of 1976.
OAKLAND ESTATES: This campaign has also exceeded
last year's record. Nettie Avorn was campaign chairman and
presided at the UJA breakfast, which honored Stephen H. Corn
of Corn Construction Co.
Barry Ross of Miami, chairman of the Florida UJA Young
Leadership Cabinet, was the guest speaker.
MARGATE QUAD CITY: The Margate Quad City
Campaign is moving at full speed. On March 13, over 250
members of the Oriole Gardens II Condo Association turned out
to pay tribute to Lillian Wadler, community leader. Chairlady of
this breakfast was Esther Rich, with Hy Karl and Lou Zucker-
man serving as cochairmen. Alvin Capp, Fort Lauderdale at-
torney, described local and overseas needs.
Oriole Gardens Condo I Association, under the chairman-
ship of Harry Glugover with Mary Bolka, Harry Rich, Murray
Schuh and Flora Weller serving as cochairmen, held its UJA
breakfast on Sunday, March 20. With the help of a large
working committee, a record turnout came to honor two com-
munity leaders: David Bergerand Paul Risch.
On Sunday evening, March 20 a testimonial was held for
Daniel J. Kaufman by the Oriole Gardens Condo III
Association. This was the first time that the Oriole III
Association hosted a Federation-UJA affair. Its success owes to
Chairman Charles Zellman, Cochairmen Alvin Tendler and
Charlie Charlip. Barry Axler, guest speaker, described both the
local and overseas needs. Daniel Kaufman, in accepting his
award, described his part almost 29 years ago in the establish-
ment of the State of Israel.
Israel Resnikoff, general chairman of the Margate Quad
City campaign, and Cochairman Bill Katzberg. along with
chairmen and committee members of the various sections and
phases, have all agreed that in the days and weeks ahead, all
members of the community will be contacted in order to make
i his the most successful campaign yet.
WATER BRIDGE: On Sunday, March 27, Water Bridge
Condominium held its second annual UJAFederation Break-
fast. Chairing the evening was Lou Colker, with Pincus Deren
serving as cochairman, and Isadore Gladstone and Irving Griff
heading the Breakfast Committee.
Anita Perlman, chairman of the Federation's Women's
Division, was guest speaker.
SUNRISE LAKES: Mr. and Mrs. Nathan R Shapiro of
Sunrise Lakes Phase II, were honored at a UJA / Federation
Breakfast in mid-March, held in the Sunrise Phase II
Clubhouse. Shapiro was honored as the president of Sunrise
Lakes Phas. II.
Beatrice Schlegman, chairman of the breakfast, greeted
fellow residents.
WECARE Volunteer News
WECARE General Chairman
Rovi Faber has announced that
for Passover, Jewish residents of
local nursing homes are being
remembered. Faber, together
with WECARE Nursing Home
Chairman Fritzie Rosanaky and
Rabbi Leonard Zoll, director of
Chaplaincy, will conduct services
and distribute food packages.
Over 250 packages, containing
matzohs, macaroons, a bottle of
wine and a Haggadah prepared
by Rabbi Zoll, have been put
together by WECARE volun-
Marvin and Ida Schagrin of
Causeway Liquors donated the
wine and other contributions
have been received from Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Blechman of Temple
Emanu-El; Mrs. Joseph
Gorelkin, WECARE Recognition
Day Chairman; Maurice Meyer,
WECARE Hospital Visitation
Chairman: Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon
Feldman, whose contribution was
made in memory of Arthur
Kwiat's mother, Roslyn; Lillian
Schoen, past president of the
American War Veteran's
Auxiliary Ladies; and Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Axler, assistant
director of the Jewish Federation.
WECARE volunteers and
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood
members Ida Goldman, with her
husband, Beryl, and Evelyn
Shainman, F.stelle Wagner, Rose
Russak, Hilda Ivers and
husband, Kurt, Shirley Pock,
Gerry Morris and Josephine
Newman are providing Passover
foods and arranging a model
seder for the residents of the
Broward Convalescent Home. As
a special treat. Rabbi Zoll will be
joined on this occasion by Cantor
Jerome Klement of Temple
Jewish, as well as non-Jewish,
residents regularly attend
religious services at the home
every fourth Friday of the month.
The services are conducted bv
Religious Directory
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu (42).
land Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Joel
Goor. Cantor Jerome Klement.
LAUDERHILL, 2048 NW 48th Ave.,
Lauderhill. Conservative. Isadore
Rosenfeld, president.
NW 57th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman (44ft).
4171 Stirling Rd. Orothodox. Rabbi
TION. 400 S. Nob HIM Rd. Liberal Re-
form. Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr (64).
SHOLOM TEMPLE. 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Jacob Renier (49).
Margate Blvd. Conservative. Cantor
Charles Perlman.
NW 9th St. Conservative. Cantor Max
TEMPLEETHORR. RlvertideDrive.
Reform. (441.
GOGUE. S041 W. Sample Road.
fury Village East. Conservative.
Rabbi David Berent (62)
4351 West Oakland Park Boulevard.
Modern Orthodox Congregation.
Rabbi Saul D. Herman.
. 8049 W. Oakland Park Blvd. Con
. tervatlve. President Abe Yurman.
Cantor Jack Merchant
Rabbi Zoll, in conjunction with
the WECARE volunteers.
Ida Goldman, WECARE rep-
resentative for Temple Emanu-
El, is in charge of the traditional
arrangements and provides
special foods and services for
each Jewish holiday celebrated at
the home.
Goldman has expressed her
thanks for what she describes as
"this marvelous group of
women" to assist her.
FABER along with Dr. Alvin
Colin and Erwin Franken, Blood
Bank chairman and cochairman;
Marc Bray, Temple Beth Israel's
Blood Bank chairman, and Ida
Chustek, cochairman, have com-
mended the work Jimmy
Multack, president of Jewish
Guys & Gals, and Linda Chustek
accomplished by recruiting 18
blood donors for the Federation's
blood bank drive at Temple Beth
Israel last month.
Lucille Steng ip the WECARE
Telephone Committee chairman.
A native Newa
Yorker, Stangsl
career began as a I !
UJA volunteer. | j
She was chair- '3
man of the Wom-
en's Auxiliaries
of the Council I
where she accom- '
panied the first
Israel. She was also national sec-
retary of the American Jewish
Congress Women's Division.
Since joining the WECARE
program, Stang has organized
volunteers in contacting leaders
of Jewish organizations to donate
gifts that were distributed during
the Chanukah season to the
'.lderly and to children. She is
also responsible for securing
blood donors for the Federation-
sponsored Blood Bank Drives.
ALONG WITH her involve
ment with WECARE, she is
active in Hadassah and B'nai
WECARE volunteers can sink
their teeth into a new project.
General Chairman Faber has
requested volunteers to help at
the Broward Center for the Blind
on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to
3:30 p.m.
Mission to
Dr. B. G. Forman, chairman of
the Program Committee,
requests assistance for arts and
crafts instructors or any other
talented people. Classes are
scheduled to begin on April 6.
RAQUEL Gorelkin has been
named WECARE chairman for
the Committee for Volunteer
Recognition Day. Ethel Scolnick
and Harry Haimowitz are
cochairmen and will be assisting
Gorelkin in preparing the
arrangements for Wednesday,
Nov. 2, at which time all
WECARE volunteers will be
Volunteers Anita Applebaum,
Dee Lowenstein, Harriet Marks,
Doris Nirenberg, Geri Smith,
Marsha Shutter and Maureen
Torn joined forces to assist Tom
Land, Banyan School director, to
help children with learning dis-
abilities in reading and math.
Volunteers are still needed for
this project.
The Chanukah Gifts Com-
mittee is getting started now for
this year's holiday.
YARN AND material has been
donated by Rita Bernson,
WECARE volunteer, and Fran
Copeland, WECARE Special
Talents and Art Crafts volunteer,
has started to make booties and
other articles.
WECARE salutes Lewis
Abraham, Mrs. M. W. Abraham,
Phyllis Atallo, Ida Rosenberg,
Shirley Indyke, Geri Provenz and
Evelyn Barlow for clerical
assistance arranged by Marie
Parsons, administrative
assistant to WECARE.
Sam and Ethel Scolnick will
celebrate their fiftieth wedding
anniversary. Ethel is WECARE
Chanukah Gift Committee chair-
man and is also chairman of the
Speakers Bureau and cochairman
of the Committee for Volunteer
Recognition Day.
Rabbi Leonard Zoll has an-
nounced that many area nursing
homes will be celebrating
Passover with mini-seders.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 1,1977
Jimmy's Big Show;
Air Shuttle Sacred
Jimmy Carter has put on a big
show of cutting down govern-
ment luxuries. With a great roll
of the publicity drums, he has
stripped many government big-
wigs of their door-to-door
limousine service.
But he has kept strangely
quiet about their air shuttle
service, which the taxpayers also
provide. Airplanes are more
costly to operate than limousines.
FOUR PLANES that were
being reassigned were given
gleaming new paint jobs. The
auditors claimed the old paint
was quite adequate to protect the
planes, yet they were repainted
strictly for cosmetic reasons.
The GAO's unpublished report
states the painting was requested
"merely because the paint was
faded and the aircraft looked
inferior as compared with special
air mission aircraft."
If this seems like a lot of fuss
over a little paint, the job cost the
tax payers $635,000.
THE AIR FORCE keeps 25
luxury planes at the beck and call
of the government hierarchy. The
Air Force also provides flight
crews to attend to the wants of
the prominent passengers.
At key locations such as
Honolulu, the Pentagon main-
tains a visitors bureau, which
meets the planes, reserves hotel
rooms and answers questions
about bathing beaches and night
THIS LUXURY fleet is known
as the Special \ir Mission, and
the 25 planes range from the
president's own Air Force One to
smaller, cozier jets. The cost to
the taxpayers of this VIP
ferrying service ran over WO
million last year.
The Coast Guard furnishes two
additional sleek, white jets for
the top brass. And the Federal
Aviation Administration puts
four planes at the disposal of its
Of course, the government big-
wigs feel that the taxpayers
wouldn't want them flying
around in shabby planes. Two
years ago, for example, govern-
ment auditors reviewed some of
the maintenance records. Their
findings were never made public,
but we now have had access to
UNKIND CUT: President
Carter is in trouble over his last
haircut. He brought in Ismael
Morales, a Puerto Rican, to cut
his hair last week. Morales con-
fessed he was nervous, so the
President told him to relax and
spoke to him in fluent Spanish.
Morales relaxed and gave Carter
a shampoo and a scissors haircut.
The next day, the regular
White House barber, Milton
Pitts, was quietly fired. Pitts had
changed President Richard
Nixon's hairstyle from the greasy
to the dry look. Pitts also
brought President Gerald Ford's
1950 haircut up to date by
lowering his sideburns and no
longer shaving the hair around
his ears. ,
BUT PITTS had to pack his
brushes and sprays and clear out
of the White House. Now the
barbers' union is preparing to
complain to President Carter for
Pitts is a union man and Morales
Is not.
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t, April OsW
The Jewish Flokdian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Mandell Named to Bonds Post

I6i /srae/ Zimmerman tfe/rj of Temple Beth Torah-Tamarac
tish Center, receives the congratulations of George Morantz,
irman of the Night in Israel held recently at the temple,
\re the Rabbi was the recipient of the Israel Solidarity
ird conferred upon him by the South Florida Israel Bond
The appointment of Arthur
Mandell as assistant executive
director and campaign director of
the Israel Bond Organization of
South Florida was announced
this week by Milton M. Parson,
executive director.
In making the announcement,
Parson noted that Mandell comes
to the Israel Bond Organization
of South Florida with a long
record in top executive posts with
a number of national Jewish
"Mr. Mandell s expertise in
nearly 30 years as an executive
on behalf of leading national
Jewish organizations augurs well
for our community's Israel Bond
effort, "he said.
A native of New York City,
Mandell served as national
associate director of community
relations and as West Coast
regional director of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. Other top posts which he
held were Mid-West regional
director of the American Tech-
nion Society, West Coast
regional director of Brandeis
University, and Mid-Atlantic
States and Southwest regional
director of the American Medical
Center at Denver. For the past
seven years, he served as
executive director of Congre-
gation B'nai Moshe in Oak Park,
Mich., and Beth El Congregation
in Phoenix, Ariz.
He served as a member of the
Policy Board of the State of
Michigan Democratic Party and
was President of the Tanglewood
Home Owners Association of
Southfield, Mich. He also served
as a member of the board of
directors of the Akiva Hebrew
Day School in Southfield and as a
member of the Executive Com-
mittee of the Southfield Arts
Mandell is a graduate of Long
Island University.
Shalom Hadassah To
Hear Book Review
The Shalom Group of
Hadassah has invited members
and friends to listen to Mrs.
Joseph Newman review the book
Messengers of God on Thursday,
April 14 at the Tamarac Jewish
Center at 12:30 p.m.
Transportation is available.

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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 1,1977
Yesterday It Was Amalek
Today It's Arafat
Just as the Israelites started their wandering in the deserthaving
fled the Pharoah's bondagethere came yet another scourge.
Their rear guard was attacked by the Amalekites, a fierce warrior
tribe deeply hostile to the Jews.
Now, nothing in ancient warfare was more violative of its rules
nor more despicable than an attack on an enemy's rear. Always
the rear guard was made up of the wounded, the dying, the sick,
the enfeebled.
Although the Amalekites inflicted serious losses, the Israelites
kept going. They had kept going despite the Egyptian attack upon
them at the edge of the Red Seaand despite the physical barrier
of the Red Sea itself. Theirs was a march unlike any that man had
seena mass escapte from slavery, a great exodus to freedom, a
liberated people on its way to the Promised Land.
In their observance of Passoverwhich commemorates this
unforgetable flight to freedomJews remember two thing above
all else:
1) That it was Godfirst and foremostwho brought them
out of bondage.
2) That He brought them to freedom in a dramatic, passionate
and climactic way in order to make the pointforeverthat op-
pression, persecution and enslavement are anathema, that as God
is free, manwhom He made in His imageis also free.
Jews regard human freedom as God-given. That is why Jews are
always on the side of freedom for othersi as well as for them-
selvesfor the Andrei Sakharovs and Alexander Solzhenitsyns as
well as for Jewish hostages at Entebbe and their repressed kin in
the USSR.
The Jews' dedication to the freedom principle is expressed and
underscored here and in hundreds of other American communities
by giving and working for the United Jewish Appeal.
Right now, the UJA is in the midst of its annual campaign to ef-
fectuate the movement to Israel, and the resettlement there, of
tens of thousands of Jews from the Soviet Union, other East
European countries, Arab lands and parts of Latin America. In
none of these places are Jews either physically safe or
politically / economically / socially / religiously free. When they
come to Israel, they are free at last. Yet. .
That modern AmalekiteArafatwould make it all impossible.
He, too, befalls the rear guardas his terrorists have done again
and again. One has only to recall the melancholy slaughter of
defenseless school children at Maalot, peaceful villagers at Kiryat
Shmona, sleeping Olympic athletesat Munich. But Arafat cannot,
he must not succeedas Amalek did not succeed.
You can help. Support the 1977 UJA and Israel Emergency Fund.
Clip and return the coupon on this page. In the spirit of Passover,
give for saving and renewing lives and freedom in Israel, in some
25 other countries the world over, and right here in Fort Lauder-
dale. The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdalethrough
such programs as its Jewish Family Service, Jewish Community
Center, home and hospital visitation of the infirm aged, Jewish
education and numerous other activitiesworks to strengthen not
only the Jewish community but the fabric of freedom for all
United Jewish AppealIsrael Emergency Fund
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Guests are Not Infrequent at the Seder
eiijah is mysterious passover Visitor
Guests are not infrequent at the Seder. All the
relatives are sure to come, unless they have their
own Seders and it was the custom for good Jews to
search out the lonely and the stranger to invite
them. "Let all who are hungry partake," the master
of the household recites, raising the unleavened
bread, signaling the beginning of the Seder.
But there is one rather mysterious visitor for
whom a special cup of wine is poured in advance at
every Seder. He doesn't usually appear at the begin-
ning. Maybe it's part of the stage scenery, so to
speak, for as I have said, he is a very mysterious
kind of being. But on the other hand, it may be
simply for a more practical reason.
Suppose on the same Seder night you had to be in
Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, in New York and Chicago
and Buenos Aires and Copenhagen, Denmark. The
chances are you would be a little late, too. The
wonder is that he does it at all, but he does have
extra swift means of transportation.
OF COURSE the one I refer to could be none other
than Eliyahu Ha-navi (Elijah, the Prophet).
It's not only on Seder night he is busy. The fact is,
he goes around all the other 360 days of the year
busy; for he employs himself in doing good and in
that business there is no slack season. The only
trouble with that business is that the hours of work
are very long. Unemployment never. Work there is
always enough.
If it wasn't for his fast means of transportation, he
would be lost. The Midrash says, in four steps he can
go from one end of the world to the other. Does he
use a jet plane or maybe one of those supersonic
planes? It must be, because surely no one could
make these trips by bus.
In every home holding a Seder, we know that
during the course of the Seder, the door is opened for
Eliyahu Ha-navi to enter.
IT MAY be of course that on account of the great
number of homes, a few are skipped, but one can
never be sure, for he is a man of infinite disguises.
The very poor stranger, whom the father of the
household has invited to be his guest and who seems
so beaten and quiet, may be our mysterious visitor.
He is apt to be the person least suspected. Take a
particular case. During the reign of the Emperor
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Fridiy, April 1,1977
PRepaRinq youR home pop passovep CeleBRAtion
Beth Din of Greater Miami
Passover of 1977 (5737) will be somewhat different
than usual because of the intricacies of the Lunar
Calendar. On rare occasions, the eve of Passover
lereu Pesach) occurs on Saturday, and that poses
problems with which the average Jewish family is
not aware of.
We have issued this condensed guide, based on
the rulings of our sages and rabbinic leaders both in
Israel and in the diaspora, and the Jewish com-
munity is asked to follow it.
Thursday, March 31. It is customary that the first-
born male should fast on this day. The fast can be
redeemed by the completion of a Talmudic
Tractate, usually held at the morning synagogue
services. The first born has an option both to fast
or to redeem himself also during the Friday
Mr. Fabulous Laundry
2200 NE 21st St. 566-9477
A Happy & Healthy Passover
to our Jewish Customers and Friends
Best Wishes to All at
Passover and throughout the year.
Jim's Standard
Expertise Automotive Works. .
Tires. .Batteries
101 N. Federal" Hwy.,
Boynton Beach 33435
Maurice's Italian
Mauro, Margaret and Anthony
extend Best Wishes for a
Peaceful and Happy Passover. .
191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach 33480
""tit WtStwS St ^$S#V#C.
Boehm Bros.
Service Station
7200 Toft Street, Hollywood 33024
morning service on Apr. 1.
Thursday night. B'dikas Chametz, the ritual of
searching for the chametz, is done after sunset (30
minutes past). The prayers and the methods are
found in our prayerbook or the Haggadah books.
The chametz is stored and saved for its ultimate
disposal on Friday before noon, Apr. 1.
Friday, April 1. The chametz is burned before noon,
and all chametz that is stored must be sold to a
non-Jew. The sale can be done all day 'ong. All
cleansing of the home must be completed before
the Sabbath. No work pertaining to the
preparation of the holiday may be done on the
Sabbath. All kashering can be done all day
Friday night and Saturday, Apr. 2. While legally
chametz is permissible until 10 a.m. on Saturday
morning, many complications are involved and
Ralph's Cleaners
897 NE 62nd St. (Next to Li'l General)
Cash & Carry Phone 771-1785
Happiness to the Jewish Community at Passover
Best Wishes to the
Jewish Community at Passover
Compliments of
Mr. Russell Green
601 North 44th Avenue,
Hollywood 33021
Best Wishes to the
Jewish Community at Passover
Rozzo Seafood
Fresh Fish Daily
900 E. Atlantic Blvd.,
Pompano Beach 33062
Greetings and
Best Wishes at Passover
Brink's Auto
Body Works
101 Northwest 3rd Street,
Boca Raton 33432
many risks are taken if we have both chametz and
Passover food prepared for the Sabbath.
Therefore, the more conscientious rabbis advise
the Jewish community to prepare all their Sab-
bath meals' Kosher for Passover," and no bread or
chametz products shall be eaten on this Sabbath.
Matzoh is also prohibited during the entire
Sabbath; nevertheless egg matzoth, and dishes
prepared before the Sabbath made of matzoh meal
are permissible.
If for any reason certain families do not wish to
adhere to the filling of eating egg matzoth, and they
prefer to have chametz with their meals, they must
get a ruling from a qualified Rabbi.
Saturday night. The first Seder is Saturday night,
Apr. 2. No preparations shall be made before night
(7:20 p.m.). This applies both to homes and to
kosher hotels.
Medicines and Cosmetics. Many medicaments are
Kosher for Passover. Likewise many cosmetic
items lists are available upon request.
Co-Ordinated Interiors
3413 Gait Ocean Drive Phone 566-4400
A Happy Passover To All. .
Greetings and Best Wishes to All
Lambert Agency
209 North Seacrest,
Boynton Beach 33435
Best Wishes to the
Jewish Community at Passover
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Service Inc.
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921 Southeast 20th Street,
Ft. Lauderdale 33316 524-4523
Best Wishes For A
Happy Passover
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Friday. ApriH.1977.
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
ACROSS THE span of over three thousand years,
Jews have annually recounted at the Seder service,
the enthralling saga of their ancestors' deliverance
from Egyptian bondage, in meticulous detail and
with rapt emotion.
And no wonder, for no other single event in the
collective Jewish experience than the Exodus from
Egypt compounded with the Revelation at Mt.
Sinai played a more decisive role in charting the
course of their destiny down the road of history and
in molding in its matrix their religio-national
THE ORIGINAL Passover festival which the
Israelites observed while still on Egyptian soil was
more than simply the exercise of a religious rite. It
was, in effect, a mass demonstration of an open and
daring defiance against Pharaoh's ungodly tyranny
under which they smarted and squirmed for 210
6xo6us f Bom eqypt
has enthRailefc us
OveR the millenia
This hastily convoked ritual was the first public
denouncement of human slavery known in history
and rang up the curtain on the first revolutionary
breakthrough for the cause of human freedom.
It is a well established principle that no historic
occurrence of a momentous caliber is ever entirely
lost on succeeding generations. The compilers and
editors of the Passover Haggadah were well aware of
BUT IN order for the Exodus from Egypt, the
symbol of hope of liberation, to remain hermetically
sealed in the consciousness of the Jewish people for
all times without the possibility of leakage
through a "generation gap" without the
possibility of leakage through a "generation gap"
they addressed themselves to the Seder celebrants
as follows: "It is incumbent on every Israelite in
every generation to look upon himself, as if he
personally had gone forth from Egypt ... It is not
Continued on Page 15-B
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Good Health and Happiness at Passover
Red Barn Groves
3491 W. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
1215 N. Federal Hwy., Hollywood
Passover Greeting to
Our Jewish Customers and Friends
H. & J. Radiator
734 N.W. 7th Ave.
Have A Happy Passover
Laury Lee Electric
5115 S. W. 64th Street Phone 791-3490
Happy Passover To Our Jewish Customers
And Friends
Sheffield Plating Co
3581 N.W. 9th Ave. 565-0162
Passover Greeting to Our Jewish
Customers and Friends
Coral Ridge
Insurance Agency
2131 E. Oakland Park Blvd. 564-0548
Holiday Greetings
4444 NE 8th Ave.-772-2911 772-2911
Happy Passover to our Jewish Friends
And Customers
General Radio
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4340 N.E. 11th Ave. 564-6322
We sell rent sound equipment
Passover Greetings
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Mahnke's Prosthetic-
Orthotics, Inc.
1915 N.E. 45th Street Suite 108-110
Holiday Greetings To Out Customers and Friends
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Racing Stables
Pompano Park Raceway, Pompano Beach 33060
Mr. William R. Haughton and Staff extend best wishes to all
Jewish Families for a Peaceful and Happy Passover.. .

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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 1,1977
IT HAS been said that "Christianity died at
Auschwitz." It did: the Christianity we have known, I
Constantinian Christianity, seventeen hundred>
years old, the Christianity allied to power, rendering
unto Caesar what is due to God, culminating in the
only instance in history of genocide carried out as a
concerted government policy, with the whole
machinery of the state mobilized for the purpose and
with the indifference of the institutional church to
the fate of the Jews making it possible an indif-
ference directly due to the traditional anti-Semitism
propagated for centuries.
This Christian teaching has permeated our
Western culture so thoroughly that even people
wholly detached from the church, including atheists,
are no longer unbiased in their reaction toward Jews,
though they may think they are.
IT IS true that the religious factor obtains less
and less in our hostility to Jews because we are
living in a desacralized society. This does not mean,
Christianity 6ie6 at Auschwitz
)eath Camp
however, that the long-lasting, emotion-charged
indoctrination of anti-Semitism has ceased to affect
people who have severed all ties with the Christian
That they give other than religious reasons for
their hostility sometimes superficially com-
mendable ones, such as a humanitarian concern for
the Third World must not be allowed to obscure
the fact that in our Western culture the image of the
Jews has been created by the church. This
derogatory image thrived for nearly twenty cen-
turies; given the human psyche, it is not going to
vanish overnight, the belief of some that they ar
free from prejudice notwithstanding.
SUCH A belief is a delusion because anti-
Semitism is protean; it never presents itself twice in
quite the same garb. The pogroms of 1881 in Russia
were triggered by an accusation against the Jews of
having engineered the assassination of Czar
Alexander II. In 1894, Capt. Dreyfus was accused of
treason in France. Hitler declared the Jews
responsible for the defeat of the Central Powers and
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216 Commercial Blvd. 776-6685
A Healthy & Joyous Passover
A Family Grocery
202 West Hillsboro Blvd.,
Deerfield Beach 33441
R Happn Passover
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3231 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach 33061 941-4605
Our Sincere
Best Wishes
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Friday, April 1,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 5-B
the downfall of Germany in World War I.
The Soviet Union finds it intolerable that some
Jews want to leave the "best country in the world."
Today, everywhere, liberals rightly concerned with
the plight of the Palestinians and the general misery
of the Third World, make the discovery anew that
the responsibility for all ills rests on the Jews call
them this time the State of Israel. The Jew is always
"that bald pate, that mangy creature who is the root
of all evil," like the poor donkey stigmatized by the
more powerful animals in La Fontaine's famous
fable, "The Animals Sick from the Plague." And
everyone always protests, "I am not anti-Semitic,
but..." The Arabs also proclaim that they are anti-
Zionist and not anti-Semitic, that is, anti-Jewish,
but they flood Africa and South America with copies
of the spurious "Protocols of the Elders of Zion."
Given this perennial character of anti-Semitism, to
ignore the Holocaust is to invite its repetition under
another name, such as the liquidation of the State of
WHILE ALL Jews today throughout the world
are deeply involved in the existence of the State of
Israel, their one hope after Auschwitz, the church
averts its eyes. No one expects it to approve every-
thing the State of Israel does, but why be silent
about its existence?
Because the church does not know what to do with
an event which contradicts traditional teaching.
Were not the Jews condemned to wander in exile on
account of the crucifixion until the end of time, when
they would recognize Jesus Christ?
This is a silence that follows with implacable logic
on its silence about Auschwitz. Auschwitz and the
State of Israel necessitate a new theology about
Jews, and the church does not yet have one,
although thirty years have passed since the events.
It retreats into what it claims to be Christian im-
IN FACT, the church uses a double standard: it
takes great care not to offend the Arabs, but does
not appear to be sensitive to the Jewish plight. Its
so-called neutrality does not help those Arabs who
are willing to sit down with the Israelis; it favors
those who actually make use of its own deadly
cliches in their propaganda the Jews are
avaricious, ruthless, hypocritical, apostate.
The silence in religion textbooks regarding the
State of Israel widens the gap between the
Continued on Page 8-B
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Compliments of
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West Palm Beach 33401
South Country
Day School
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Pom pa no Beach 33060
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 1,1977
FOLLOWING are letters written by Soviet
Jewish Prisoner of Conscience Ilys Glezer to Frumt
Soloroonovna Gurvich of Kibbutz Lokhame
HageUot in Israel. Glezer was convicted of "dis-
seminating anti-Soviet propaganda'* in 1972 and
sentenced to three years in a general regime prison
camp, followed by three years of exile in Siberia. He
is presently serving his term in exile.
Exactly one month after he and his mother ap-
plied for exit visas. Glezer was arrested and charged
with "anti-Soviet propaganda, slander and other
crimes." In particular. Glezer was jailed for having
written a letter to President Nikolai Podgorny sub-
stantiating the existence of anti-Semitism in the
Soviet Union.
- HIS TWO-DAY trial was held behind closed doors
with his mother and relatives barred from the court-
room. Glezer was given a three-year sentence in a
general regime labor camp. The next day Pravda
reported in a front-page article that Glezer had con-
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two Jews: One Stove,
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exchange letteps
tessed his crimes of writing anonymous "dirty, anti-
Soviet letters." that he had been incited by hearing
"the lying transmissions of Kol Israel" and "became
infected with the poison of the most rabid and unre-
strained Zionism."
Throughout his ordeal, and even in appeals from
the labor camp, Glezer has stoutly maintained that
his only "crime" was his fervent desire to live in
March 2, 1976
To tell the truth I admire and am astonished at
the greatness of heart of our people and of our
government. From my point of view our "cousins"
are nothing more than ancient colonizers of our
country. They had squeezed out of it its last juices
and had turned it into a desert by cutting down the
trees. In general, they behaved luce all the colonial-
ists (like the English in India, or the French in
Algiers). But our democratic system permits them
to come out with statements.
If they don't like it in our country, nobody has
closed the borders for them and it seems that there is
no need of an affidavit to emigrate? No? And all
around them are their brothers. What more do they
need? It is all this rotten liberalism. It wouldn't
harm them to get them here for a year or two. Maybe
they would then understand something. Alright, we
Good Health and Happiness to Our Jewish
Friendsl and Customers
-Edstrickiin University
Hearing Aid Service
6507 Sunset Strip Phone 484-3240
Ward & Dora Johnson
extend Best Wishes for
a Happy Passover
A-1 Ocean
Wholesale r Retail
Fresh Fish
531 North Dixie Hwt.,
Lake Worth 33460
Port Exxon
Tires. .Batteries. .
Shocks.. .Brakes
2330 South Federal Hwy.,
Ft. Lauderdale 33316 524-1177
National Hearing
Aid Center
2631 E. Oakland Park Blvd. 566-3338
A Happy & Healthy Passover
to our Jewish Customers & Friends
A Happy and Healthy Passover
To All Our Customers
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2740 Oakland Park Blvd. 564-9666
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We Will Lay It"
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Friday, April 1,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7-B;
are peaceful people and apolitical. What does it
matter to us that the cat wants to gobble up a bird?
After all, we are not a bird. (This is not met, but
"Hamlet," paraphrased.)
HERE ALCOHOL flows in torrents and washes
both the body and the brain. This is a factor that is
also of great importance. Both men and women
dnnk. They drink until they lose control over their
bladders and other negative matters. In this sense I
can be placed in a museum. Here they reason as
follows: If a person does not drink, this means that
he used to drink in such a way that he had had to
have treatment. No other versions are taken into
account. My "non-drinking" helps me a lot, because
it protects me from contacts. "What is there to talk
to him about if he does not drink?"
All around me there is something that I have
dreamed all my life to get rid of but cannot. There is
a song: With What Does Homeland Begin (it was
written by two Jews, Soviet, pre-Soviet). And so,
with what does the Homeland end... I think, with a
search, an arrest, with imprisonment (for
May 22,1976
The description of the day of the catastrophe and
heroism of the European Jewry has simply stunned
me. I have been sent from England the record:
David's Tower.
I CANNOT hear it without trembling, even
though it is in English. God, will I ever see all this in
reality?! I am still under the impression of the
refusal given to my daughter. It transpires that a
grandmother (my mother) and a granddaughter
this is not reunification of families!! What can one
call this except jeering. My daughter will apply
again in half a year. It seems that the aliya of my
family is being delayed. And how I would like my
daughter to start living in reality and not to
vegetate in the galuth.
For me life seems to have stopped since I have
realized where my true place is.
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The Entire Organization extends best wishes to all
Jewish Families for a Peaceful and Happy Passover.
J. White Aluminum
Products Inc.
221 Southeast 6th Avenue, Boynton Beach 33435
Here there are frequent reports about dis-
turbances in Judaea and Shomron and also in Jeru-
salem. As for what concerns acts of terrorism, all
this is understandable, but here too effective
measures are necessary if we want to survive. As for
what concerns strikes on full stomachs, I am in full
agreement with you.
It would seem that under the conditions of
"neither war, nor peace," all this might have been
reduced. It has long been time to slap the hands of
those who are cutting down the branch on which we
are all sitting (including those who are in the
Continued on Page 12-B
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It has Been Sai6 that Christianity i
Continued from Page 5-B
Christians and Jews of today, a gap already made by
the fact that the texts follow the recurrent church
practice of treating only pre-Jesus Judaism as
The traditional teaching is thai. Judaism ceased to
exist with the coming of Jesus. Thus it condemns us
to meeting an anachronistic people, a sure way not
to relate to them. On the contrary, says the French
Bishops' Committee, "Christians, even if only for
themselves, ought to acquire a true and living
knowledge of Jewish traditions."
WHY? Because "the permanence of this people
through the ages, its survival across civilizations, its
presence as a rigorous and exacting partner vis-a-vis
Christianity are facts of the first importance which
we can treat neither with ignorance nor with con-
tempt." Courageously, the bishops affirm that "the
first covenant was not nullified by the new." They
speak of the "particular vocation of this people by
the Saint jliiat ion of the Name which makes the
life and prayer of the Jewish people a benediction for
all nations of the earth."
Indignant traditional theologians have reacted
violently, clamoring that the bishops' statement
"breaks with church tradition"; that "the Jewish
people was the chosen people for two thousand years
. but this election was temporary"; that it is
"false to continue to speak today of a special election
of the Jewish people that it is equally wholly
mistaken to write that the 'first covenant was not
nullified by the new" "; that the French bishops'
position "is politically odious and theologically
destructive." Then comes the anguish-filled cry, "Is
faith in Christ no longer sufficient?" and the

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defensive aggressive statement, "We have no right
to change the faith."
Thus, though the bishops state at the outset of the
document that the enduring, living presence of the
Jewish people constitutes "more and more for
Christians a given situation which may facilitate for
them a better comprehension of their own faith and
enlighten their life," yet a quasi-visceral fear blocks
the way for many to an authentic relationship with "
our fellow Jews.
This fear is demonstrated in the "tightening up of
the basic explanations of the Gospel message," as
observed by John Pawlikowski (acting president of
the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago). It is, of
course, partly a backlash from Vatican II, and was
to be expected. But did we foresee that it would
become so powerful? Apparently we underestimated
the depth of the need for security in many
Christians. To them, faith is a safety valve, not a
challenge; it is static, not mobile. To them God is
not, as He is for Teilhard de Chardin, "the eternal
Discovery and the eternal Growth." To them, belief
means the assent of the mind to a dogmatic
This has never been the meaning of the verb
lehamin in Hebrew, which, after all, was the
language of the first Christians. The word does not
denote an intellectual process; "to trust" renders the
original meaning more accurately. Trust is a living
experience. It is not given once and for all but grows
with the person's own growth; its aspect changes
with the passing of time: its roots thrust deeper and
deeper through daily encounters, which are
welcomed as blessings by a resilient faith. Most
people, however, are used to and prefer a faith
hammered into their heads like a dead, rigid beam; it
frees them of any responsibility save that of holding
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on to the beam. Therefore, anything which tends to
unsettle the beam is greatly feared. For this reason,
the French bishops' declaration has drawn a sharply
divided response: excoriation from those who
welcome the disturbing breath of the Spirit, those
who "believe," those who "trust." For the latter, the
document is a joy and a light to their own Christian
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so that they can unmask and combat the disguised
anti-Semitism of today, which calls itself by such
names as anti-Zionism and anti-capitalism. In Com-
munist countries, the governments object to religion
but tolerate the church to a certain extent, whereas
the Jews are forbidden any kind of religious practice.
Do Christians in those countries, for example, offer
the use of churches to their Jewish brothers and
sisters? Do Christians make a point of learning
Hebrew? In short, are they conscious of their
solidarity with the persecuted Jews?
Anywhere in the world of our time the initiative to
further authentic relations with Jews will not come
from those in power; it must arise from the grass-
roots in each country, as it does in France and the
United States, where many religious and lay people
and a few priests have taken it upon themselves to
reeducate other Christians. Fierce opposition, born
of fear, already confronts us. We can expect more of
it; while remaining open to valid criticisms of our
specific actions, we must stand firm in our cause.
The multiheaded monster of anti-Semitism will leave
us no peace. Jules Isaac used to quip wryly, "It's not
easy to be a Jew." To a lesser extent, it's not easy to
be a friend of the Jews either, as some of us have
already realized.
And yet, here lies the decisive factor for the
direction the world will take. Not only did traditional
Christianity die at Auschwitz; Western civilization
died, too. Had the Christian church cried out forty
years ago, denouncing in no uncertain terms the
extermination of the Jews at Auschwitz and other
death factories, the world would not be what it is
today. Had the Christian church taken an
unequivocal stand against the Nazis, upholding the
moral and spiritual values Hitler flaunted, it might
have suffered severe persecution, but it would have
saved the respect due those values; and thus it
might have remained a beacon on earth, especially in
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the West. In capitulating to unspeakable evil
through its indifference to the fate of the Jews, the
church as an institution not only signed its own
moral death warrant, but also unleashed in the world
unrestrained reliance upon violence as a solution for
all personal, interpersonal, national, and inter-
national conflict. In the most critical hour of its
history, the church betrayed its mission. Today, the
whole world suffers the consequences.
However, because we are the younger brothers
and sisters of those who, as a people, brought to
humanity the hope of ultimate liberation, we refuse
to give -up the staggering task of reeducating
Christians regarding Jews. We know that, to human
eyes, what we accomplish is negligible in the face of
nineteen centuries of Christian "indoctrination." We
know also, as sociologists tell us, that today the
overt religious impetus behind anti-Semitic
manifestations has been replaced by social and
political stimuli, or both. Nevertheless, as previously
observed, we cannot believe that nineteen hundred
The traditional teaching is that Judaism
ceased to exist with the coming of Jesus.
Thus is condemns us to meeting an
anachronistic people, a sure way not to
relate to them. On the contrary, say the
French Bishops' Committee, "Christians,
even if only for themselves, ought to
acquire a true and living knowledge of
Jewish tradition."
years of pounding contempt and hatred into people
has ceased to color and influence their reactions to
Jews, even when such people are anti-religious, let
alone when they are Christians.
The very protean character of anti-Semitism
makes the fight against it a model for the worldwide
fight against any minority hatred and oppression.
Moreover, the attitude toward the Jewish question
remains the barometer which reveals the state of
spiritual health of any human being, group, church,
or civilization.
Auschwitz. Humanity's shame. The church's
betrayal. The beginning of a new era? A murky dawn
where a handful of us, Christians and Jews, are
groping for each other's hand, struggling toward
what many believe to be an impossible recon-
ciliation. But it is not for us to know how and when
that reconciliation will be fulfilled. Sufficient for us
be it to live daily, bearing witness to the coming of
the Messianic age in our thoughts and actions, as we
are faced over and over again with the monster of
Auschwitz masquerading under myriad masks.
Already our commitment has proved not so easy,
and it will probably become increasingly heavy to
sustain. May our Jewish sisters and brothers not
find us wanting.
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galuth). The whole matter is that we are a revo-
lutionary people. We like to make revolutions for
others, ana in our own home we organize discussions
when the enemy is at the gates.
I LOVE life very much, I love beautiful things,
comforts of life, flowers, music, but I shall give all
this away without hesitation (and I have already
done so) for the possibility of breathing the air of the
Eretz (without comforts). More than this, I don't
need life without the Eretz. Therefore I am enraged
when those who come there begin to write to me
complaints about the high cost of living, credits,
purchases of cars and so on. Oh, if you knew how all
this depresses all of us.
June 27,1976
Dear Fruma Solomonovna! Thank you very much
for the album of postcards devoted to your museum.
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think that the naivete of people is limitless: we think
that knowledge and reason always go hand in hand
with good. AD that has to be done is to educate and
to teach one to be literate and everything will be fine.
But it's just the opposite: the more refined the mind
is, the more knowledge one has, the more terrible
becomes this two-legged creature called man. Your
pictures are now very suitable to my mood.
July 6,1976
Of course, you understand that the entire past
week I lived under the effect of the hijacking and of
the ensuing events. Every day I read the prayer for
delivery and I believed that God would not permit
the criminals to triumph. Nevertheless I was
stunned by the brilliant actions of our fellows in
Entebbe. The only terrible thing is that four of our
fellows died. I can imagine the rejoicing in the Eretz.
I felt as if 1 were reprie\ -*1 from a sentence of death.
I think that this is retribution of the same sort as for
Aman from the Meggillah Esther. It is interesting
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with what frees they will denounce the
July 25, 1976
I have received several letters from one Member of
Parliament of England (a Protestant Pastor). I am
astonished that some intelligent people do not lose
hope to teach a crocodile to feed on hay. But the
crocodile continues to gobble up human beings. The
Pastor is one of these admirers of taming. He thinks
that the clapping of hands during Swan Lake is
going to change the essence of beasts. And don't
forget, he has gone through the Second World War,
he has seen Auschwitz and all the rest of the
August 1,1976
I have read an article about myself and I have
even become proud. It is even embarrassing to be
praised too much. The journalists always either
praise too much or mix one with dirt.
Every people has its own road, we have our own,
and therefore all the shouting to the effect that we
should be "like everyone else," to get absorbed and
to fuse and so on, all this is unacceptable to me.
Naturally, we are part of the world civilization, but
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we are a special part. Every time we try to be like
all, that is to assimilate and to become part of some
organism, a merciless reaction falls upon us.
August 3,1976
I have heard that on Saturday, July 3, people
danced in the streets. Really, our fate is astonishing.
The 20th Century has certainly been focused on our
fate. Without us there was no single event: either we
>rganized revolutions (for others), or we were an-
nihilated (and totally, at that). And here our little
ilot of land is like a splinter in the eye of those who
annot cultivate their own land. (Of course, I have in
mind neighbors, "cousins" and so on.) When one
listens to the radio it seems that the earth's axis
goes through our country. One can't help thinking of
the Torah "and people will come to you" (Psalms).
They say, and when will there finally be peace here
. and so on. And perhaps it is our fate to be
always that yeast that makes human conscience
rise? Alright, all this is philosophy in hot weather.
Here, in my exile, the heat is up to 40 degrees
(centigrade). There is nothing to breathe, because all
around the taiga is on fire. In the mornings the
smoke completely covers the sky and in the village
you can smell the smoke. This is why the vegetable
gardens are empty. The dust is disgusting.
THE ONLY salvation is the Angara. I take my
dog to the river and wallow in it together with him.
Getting letters from many countries, I now clearly
understand the entire spectrum of relations to our
case: from slight interest to complete indifference.
In addition, those who warmly sympathize can do
nothing, while those who can do something, think
mainly about themselves and about their own peace.
August 14,1976
Our letters go slowly like unfed nags. The heat
here has ended long ago, there is now dismal rain.
Everything has melted away and first and foremost
the clay soil. When I walk I drown in mud. My dog is
also wet and dirty. I have to clean and wash him,
otherwise it will be possible to plant a vegetable
garden in the room. In connection with the coming of
autumn I have heard a few times "Kol Israel." It is
surprising that all summer it had been impossible to
hear it. But now I am enjoying it (true, only in
. I have received a very nice letter from my future
dean and I am glad of the greetings. He insistently
recommends to me to study Ivrit, so that the
reading should begin as quickly as possible. {Note:
Glezer was appointed professor in exile of Ben
Gurion University in 1975.)
August 22,1976
Yesterday I received a parcel from the Ain Tsuria
kibbutz. I had more vexation with it than joy.
Firstly, they confiscated the calendar for 1976-1977
and the chewing gum. And a sevWe "warning" has
been put into the parcel: this an\this cannot be
sent. But a calendar! Why is it forbidden to count
time in accordance with our customs?
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Hadrian in Rome, the Roman police were instructed ]
to seize Rabbi Meier. They went to all the places
where the rabbi waa known to go but could not find -
They went to the roads running out of town and
asked at the inns if they had seen Rabbi Meier. At
several of the inns, they were told that a man an-
swering the rabbi's description had in fact been seen.
He was walking along with a painted woman of the
BUT DO you know that the painted up doll who
was walking with Rabbi Meier was Eliyahu Ha-navi,
who had put on this disguise to get the Romans off
the rabbi's track?
Another time, the good Jew Nahoum, famous for
his saying, "Everything is for good," was carrying a
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casket containing a jewel for a Roman potentate. To
his horror, as he was about to step up to the monarch
in the castle, he noticed that the jewel had been
stolen and plain earth substituted. The monarch
might be so offended, and he would institute a
massacre against the Jews. But Nahoum repeated,
"this is also for good" and as he opened the casket
showing the earth, a court official stepped forward
and said "Your Majesty, this earth is made of the
most wondrous material with which you can win
great victories in war. It is more powerful than
swords and battering rams." And so it proved.
Well, how did this come about? It could have been
done only in one way. The court official was Eliyahu
ONCE HE came across a poor man sobbing. His
wife and children were starving. The poor man
prayed to God to take him away that at least he
would not witness the agony of his family. Just then
a passing slave buyer passed. "Quick," said Elivanu
Ha-navi, "sell me to that slave and driver and you
will have money for your family for a year."
"I cannot do that," said the poor man But
Eliyahu was a very superior sort of person and sold
him to the King. Just at the time, the King needed a
new palace and, hearing that Eliyahu knew all about
architecture, offered him his freedom as soon as he
would design a new palace for him.
Within a few days a beautiful new palace appeared
and Eliyahu Ha-navi of course had his freedom.
SOMETIMES a person may be going along
wondering where he will get his next meal. Then
suddenly some help is afforded. The chances are
Eliyahu is around in some disguise. In the syna-
gogue, maybe a man is sitting over the Talmud,
trying to figure out something. He ponders and
ponders and suddenly there occurs a solution. It
shouldn't surprise anyone that Eliyahu is present
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6xo6us f-Rom eqypt has GnthRallefc Us Oveg the millenia
Continued from Page 3-B
[ancestors alone that the Most Holy, blessed be
I redeemed from Egypt but also us did He redeem
; with them as it is written: 'And He brought us
thence, that He might bring us to the land
kh He swore to give to our fathers.' "
Ind although Passover, the Festival of
ition, is intrinsically a distinctly Jewish
lay, its universal connotation cannot be over-
jhasized. The Exodus from Egypt was therefore
context of this broader scope not only the
enitor of Jewish national independence but has
jtten, after a yawning hiatu3 of many centuries,
other, far-reaching, freedom-ridden political
'social changes in the Old and New Worlds: the
ia Carta in England (1215), the American
Solution (1776), and the French Revolution
NUMBER of parallels, some realistic and some
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metaphorical, can be drawn between the insufferable
plight of the ancient Israelites in Egypt and the
oppressive measures which constrained the
Pilgrims, the forerunners of the American Revo-
lution, to seek refuge in the New World.
A "ringing" affirmation that they all share a
historical common cause the advancement of
human freedom and an egalitarian, socio-political
philosophy is strikingly exemplified by the
Biblical inscription on the Liberty Bell in
Independence Hall in Philadelphia: "And you shall
proclaim liberty throughout all the land, unto all the
inhabitants thereof" (Lev.25:6).
But even with these impressive milestones
achieved down freedom's highway, the battle for
human liberation pioneered by the Israelites over
three millenia ago, is far from having been won; not
when more than a third of the world is still shackled
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hi chains of bondage, writhing in anguish under the
stinging whip of totalitarian-Communist oppression.
WITH THE center of stage in the Soviet Union,
this battle continues both openly and clandestinely
by the Jewish culture-deprived Judaism-dehydrated,
three million harassed and imprisoned Russia Jews.
The Brussels Conference last year on behalf of
Soviet Jewry the majority of whom aspire to
emigrate to Israel brought forth their ineffable
tragedy forthrightly before the international
tribunal of public opinion: Is it any wonder then that
this expose so ruffled the red feathers of the
, And this aspiration could not be better sum-
marized than by the Haggadah's own laconic yet
eloquent words: "At present we are here, but next
year we hope to be in the Land of Israel; now we live
in servitude but next year we hope to be free men!"
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Greenberg Urges UJA Giving 'In Passover Spirit'
members of the Georgian Dancers of Israel, which will
ar here on May 17, are captured in mid-air.
Israeli Georgian Vancers
To Perform Here as Part
Independence Day Fete
' Jewish Community Center
heater Fort Lauderdale will
sr the internationally
|med Georgian Dancers of
in connection with its
ition of Israel's twenty-
i anniversary.
/ey Kopelowitz, chairman
tte celebration, hailed the
brs as "an exemplification of
Ts determination to be
celebration will take place
iiesday, May 17 at 8 p.m., in
far Memorial Auditorium.
GROUP will appear as a
1 favor to the Jewish
nunity Center in recognition
j success in presenting other
|i performances.
there will be only one
rmance, Kopelowitz urged
[ticket purchases, which are
ible at War Memorial
)rium or at the JCC.
s Georgian Dancers of Israel
inder the direction of Ilia
Jashvili. He began his
as a dancer at the
^gian National Academy of
and dance in Tiflis, at the
16 he graduated as a
eographer, and beginning in
was the official
agrapher for the Dance
rpany of Gori. At the same
he danced for the National
Ensemble of Georgia, both
kin the USSR and throughout
1953, Namtalashvili was
-ved into the Soviet army and
I assigned to form a company
|0 dancers from the army's
National Georgian Division.
That group has since achieved
worldwide notice.
Between 1950 and 1970,
Namtalashvili, while dancing for
the National Dance Ensemble of
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'Victims' Day
Memorial Set
A creative day of remem-
brance, in memory of the victims
of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
and the entire holocaust, has
been set for April 20, at 1 p.m., at
Temple Emanu-El, according to
Sol Brenner, president of the
Senior Adult Group of the Jewish
Community Center.
Rare slides of the holocaust
will be shown as the guests enter
the auditorium. There will be
dramatic readings followed by a
selection of songs by a special
guest artist.
Barry Axler, assistant director
of the Jewish Federation, will
deliver the keynote address. This
will be followed by a candle
lighting ceremony and a special
"We must remember the past
and give hope for the future,"
commented Brenner. "I urge
everyone in our community to
attend this important event," he
Serving on the committee are
Lillian Brenner, Hy and Minerva
Kaplan, and Helen Nathan of the
JCC staff.
Persons who have not yet
made pledges to the 1977
UJA-Israel Emergency Fund
were called on this week by
Sen. Samuel L. Greenberg, the
IIJA general chairman, "to
come forward in the spirit of
Passover to help rescue and
redeem the tens of thousands
of Jews in Israel, the Soviet
Union, Arab lands, Latin
America and right here in Fort
Lauderdale who depend on our
help and generosity."
Sen. Greenberg made
known that over $350,000
remains outstanding from
oersons who contributed in
Although the 1977 campaign
has already exceeded its 1976
total result of $1.5 million, the
Senator said he felt it "in-
cumbent" on himself and his
fellow officers "to insure that
every person on our rolls remains
current, and that means giving."
THE RECORDS show, he
said, that the list of 1977 non-
givers "is discouragingly long,"
adding that "either we aren't
reaching these Jews or they're
plainly unconcerned."
Sen. Greenberg said in this
connection that he found it
"difficult" to believe that "there
are persons who can tum either
their backs or a deaf ear to the
pleas of our fellow Jews in need."
He urged past contributors to
"become current" by sendine-
Continued on Page 11-A
Federation Leaders
Passover Greetings
By Senator Samuel L. Greenberg
General Chairman, Federation/UJA/ Israel
Emergency Fund
"Mah Nishtanaw; why is this night different?"
Why is this year different? Yes, let's look at this
past year from one Passover to another. I don't
know of any other year that was marked by the
likes of Entebbe, just as there has never been a
year that quite matched the Year of the Exodus
from Egypt.
In Fort Lauderdale, this has been the year of
our greatest UJA success, so far. More Jews live
here; more of them are contributors to our UJA;
more funds from Fort Lauderdale are being sent
for life-saving, freedom-giving, humanitarian
programs in Israel and countries around the
MORE IS being done right here in Fort
Lauderdale to usher in new lives of hope for the
sick, the aged, the economically needy, the psy-
chologically troubled.
Nor is this the end of our cause for joy. Days
following Passover we shall mark the twenty-
ninth anniversary of Israel's establishment as a
free and independent State. We can begin to
celebrate that wonderful event at Passover,
because the Exodus meant chai life as well
as freedom, and so does Israel's re-birth as a
Passover also means shalom peace. It means
justice. It means thanks to God for it was He
who brought us out of Egypt, with a strong arm,
an outstretched hand. Shouldn't we do as much
for all who are still in bondage, still yearning to be
free? May you have the happiest Passover ever.
President, Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale
It's my great pleasure to extend Passover
greetings to every member of our Greater Fort
Lauderdale Jewish community. I extend these
greetings to you, dear reader.
Passover, of course, is a joyous holiday, com-
memorating as it does not only the liberation of
our people from Egyptian bondage but man's
first successful confrontation with the forces of
human oppression.
IT IS THAT liberation and that success that
we mark and celebrate during the opening Seder
days of Passover and all of the following week.
But in actuality we are Passover-conscious and
Passover-oriented all the rest of the year
working as we are to help liberate Soviet Jewry
from a ruthless religious and cultural repression;
to help Soviet and other Jews in an exodus to a
new life of freedom in Israel; to help Israel itself
improve its free way of life for all who come to it
for haven; and to help create a better life for
thousands of men and women in Fort Lauderdale
who look to the Jewish Federation for social
service, educational, cultural and religious
I AM deeply encouraged not only by the
response of so many of my fellow Jews to our
Federation / UJA campaign but to their
reception of the Federation as the central and
main agency in planning and working for the
Jewish community.
In the times of Exodus, Moses led our people
step by step from strength to strength. I have
the sure sense that we are in step also moving
month by month from one strength to another.
The Georgian Dancers of Israel, a 40-member' troupe, of Georgians who left the USSR for
Israel, are directed by Ilian Namtalashvili
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. March 18,1977
Sara Goldstein
is responsible for three million people.
Sara thinks of the people of Israel millions of
Jews she's never met as parr of her own family.
They live in rhe ciries and border towns, immigrant
centers and universities of Israel.
Their needs are very much on Sara's mind.
Eoch day, they make tremendous sacrifices to keep a
2,000 year-old dream alive... they pay the highest
taxes in the world, live in overcrowded housing, face
rhe tension of holding off armies ten times their size.
It doesn't leave much for human needs. That's where
Sara comes in. Her job is to make the children of
Israel strong, to core for immigrants, to enable the
aged to live in dignity.
Sara fakes her responsibility very seriously. So do the
millions of men, women ond children who count on her help.
We Are One
One in Mind One in Spirit One in Purpose
of the
2999 N.W. 33rd Avenue Tel: 484-8200
Samuel L. Greenberg, General Chairman
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 333 ll
Miami Tel: 945-9731

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