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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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* Jewish Floridian
OF GREATER FORT ia..^|vM f
.^Number 26 ** K. U^PrH.y. p^s,, a, m. Fort L.uderd|J,> Floridf| ^ Friday December
22,1978
Two Sections 36 Cents
athilda Brailoveto Speak at Federation Lunch
c__I uUr rhnirman of PunH P, .._____. ____________,__,^^_^^__^__^_
Jan. 8 at the
Sol Schulman,
rt Sam Uber, chairman of
Advanced Gifta Division,
en's Division of the Jewish
ttion of Greater Fort
dale, announced that
da Brailove will be the
speaker at the Advanced
Luncheon
_ of Mm
Hands.
,. Brailove of Elizabeth,
as i-hiurman of the United
Irish Appeal National
i's Division from 1949 to
land is now a member of the
cutivt- Committee. She is on
lAdvisory Council of the Joint
iributiori Committee and
(or the Israel Education
Fund. For many years she has
been a member of the board of the
Jewish Community Council and
she has been active in her com-
munity Welfare Fund since 1938.
SHE WAS the founder of the
Urban League of Elizabeth, in
1942; was an officer of the United
Fund for nine years; the state
chairman of the U.S.O. from 1940
to 1946; vice chairman of Albert
Einstein College of Medicine,
Women's Committee from 1957
to 1969; and has worked on the
Einstein National Committee of
the Development Fund.
Mrs. Brailove served on the
board of directors of the
American Friends of Hebrew
University and on the Board of
Directors of the Israel Bonds. For
her work, she was honored with
service awards by the United
Jewish Appeal in 1950, 1951 and
1962, and the "Woman of Valor"
award by the Slate of Israel
Booda,
Mrs. Brailove has made
numerous trips Id Israel, and to
I'.uropean countries for the
United Jewish Appeal. She was a
nember of the first United
'ewish Appeal Survey Mission to
go to Palestine in 1948 and also
was a member of the Prime
first conference in
1960, as well as two subsequent
Prime Minister's conferences and
several more Study Missions.
In her honor, Mrs. Brailove's
home community of central New
Jersey endowed the Mathilda S.
Brailove Pre-School Kin-
dergarten in Beersheva, Israel in
1976.
MRS. BRAILOVE is the
widow of S. Alexander Brailove,
the mother of three daughters,
and the grandmother of seven.
Mrs. Theodore Daren, cam-
paign chairman, expressed en-
thusiasm about the event. "It
Continued on Page 14-A.........Mathilda Brailove
Young Adults Missioni to Israel This Summer
t
Howard Stone
Howard Stone, national over-
seas director of the United
Jewish Appeal, will be the guest
speaker at a meeting to be held
on Jan. 9 at 8 pjn. at Temple
Emanu-El. The meeting is open
to all members of the Fort
Lauderdale community in-
terested in participating in a
Young Adults-UJA Mission to
Israel this summer.
Formerly vice president of a
major advertising and public
relations firm, Stone joined the
UJA in 1971 after serving as a
consultant to the organization for
several years. In his first
assignment, as national young
leadership director, he was in-
strumental in developing a new
generation of Jewish leadership
in communities throughout the
country.
He is now responsible for all
UJA programs outside of the
United States and has made
numerous visits to Israel and
Evirope to personally study
JwWish life abroad.
Stone lived in Israel for several
years, as a member of a kibbutz,
later in Jerusalem as an advisor
to the Ministry of Health. A
gifted writer, his short stories,
poetry and articles have appeared
in leading publications around
the world. He lectures frequently
on the Holocaust and con-
temporary Israel.
Dr. Robert Segaul, member of
the Board of Directors of the
Jewish Federation and a former
UJA Mission participant said,
"A Mission is not only a great
vacation and sightseeing trip, it
is an opportunity to have official
meetings with top government
and military officials, one on one
interaction with Israelis in their
homes, on kibbutzim, at work
and at military installations. I
would describe the Mission
experience as moving, thrilling, a
high. No matter what one's
interests historical, religious,
archeological, cultural, political,
social there is something for '
everyone. The Mission includes
sightseeing tours of important
places of interest the "must
sees" that have attracted
millions of visitors to Israel
and much, much more."
Latin America
|\TayJ Mengele Seen
In Paraguay
Streng Announces Gait Campaign Kickoff
ondon Chronicle Syndicate
SLO Dr. Bjarne Ber-
b, who returned to Den-
after working for 38
among South Amer-
indians, claims he met
times with Joeef
ngele, the Auschwitz
wanted for war
i. He was known as
Vision of Golda
Leo Goodman, President
I the Jewish Federation of
l"ter Fort Lauderdale,
| "Golda Meir has joined
i immortals.
"She was an American
PU understood the mining
democracy and the
"Sth that freedom gives
' nation. She was a Jew
p> dedicated every fiber of
* being to the dignity and
** of her people. She
.' Zionist who helped to
ud a state founded on the
fophetic principles of
we. and viewed with a
m spirit of equality.
H vision end her
urage were legendary.
Her achievements
"Mime
"As we grieve over her
8lnK. I" us rejoice at the
J Km to the Jewish
P* and to free men and
.n'-verywhere, that was
*'f Golda Meir."
the "angel of death" for his
inhuman experiments on
the concentration camp
inmates.
A Danish-Norwegian, Berbom
said in an interview with the
influential Norwegian weekly
newspaper, Vi Menn, that when
he met Mengele in 1974 in the
border town of Foz do Iguacu be-
tween Paraguay and Brazil.
Mengele told him that he could
not be made responsible for any-
thing he had done under com-
pulsion.
MENGELE SAID that he had
written his memoirs and he did
not regret anything, meaning
that the scientific value of his
experiments would be realized in
time.
After meeting Mengele, Ber-
bom said that he was told by the
town's police chief that Mengele
could not be detained because he
was "protected" by President
Alfredo Stroessner of Paraguay,
who is half German.
Berbom believes that Mengele
lives about 18 miles from Foz do
Iguacu in the border country
between Paraguay, Brazil and
Argentina known as the "Nazi
Triangle." Twenty bodyguards
keep watch on his home.
Berbom said that he met
Mengele the first time briefly in
the street when visiting friends in
San Bernardino in 1965. His
friends warned him that if he
attempted to contact Mengele.
Continued on Page IS-A
John Strong, Gait Ocean Mile
area chairman for the 1979 Fed-
eration-UJA Campaign, an-
nounced that a kickoff cocktail
party for the Gait will be held on
Jan. 9 at 4 p.m. at the home of
Alvin Ghertner of South Point.
Sid Elkman, Major Gifts
Chairman of the Gait, said, "A
new, innovative concept in
fundraising is being introduced
on the Gait Ocean Mile this year
with a multi-level campaign. A
series of cocktail parties for men
only will be held throughout the
campaign, with the party at the
Ghertner home serving as the
kickoff function."
Last week, a buffet supper-or-
ganizational planning meeting
was held at the Federation offices
to gear up for the campaign.
"As no Jew is an island unto
himself," said Streng, "we must
unite our forces to collectively
realize our Jewish responsibility.
With the cooperation of
dedicated and committed per-
sons, we anticipate a most
successful and productive
campaign."
Inverrary Campaign Is Underway
The Inverrary 1979
Federation-UJA campaign was
launched last week at a fully re-
presented Executive planning or-
ganizational meeting, chaired by
Joseph H. Kaplan, chairman of
the Inverrary Drive.
Sherwin Rosenstein, executive
director of the Jewish Family
Service of Broward County, gave
an account of the inner workings
and programs of the Jewish
Family Service.
Rosenstein spoke of the unique
social-psychological problems
facing Jewish newcomers to the
South Florida area in adapting to
their new lifestyles. These
problems are handled by a
qualified staff of psychologists
and social workers of the Jewish
Family Service. Rosenstein said.
"Without the major allocation
and continuing support received
from the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, we
would be unable to continue our
programs," he noted.
The committee is planning a
dinner-dance on Feb. 25 at the
Inverrary Country Club aa a
culmination of their campaign
efforts and activities.
Dan Weyne and Barnie
Schnell, co-chairmen of the
Manors of Inverrary-UJA 1979
Campaign, announced a separate
event for residents of the Manors
to be held on Jan. 14, 5-7 p.m. at
the Inverrary Country Club.
In discussing plans for the
campaign, Weyne and Schnell
said, "Because of the size of the
Jewish population in the Manors,
we feel it necessary to establish
our own identity as concerned
Jews and establish a dose sense
of community identity in the
Manors. We will, of course, join
with the rest of the Inverrary
community in area-wide func-
tions."
Alone in Oslo
Begin Says Prize to Strengthen Peace
By EDWIN EYTAN
OSLO (JTA) The
1978 Nobel Peace Prize was
awarded here Sunday to
Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and to
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat, who was represented
at the ceremony by former
Parliament Speaker Said
Marai.
Both men, Begin in his
address, and Sadat in his
message read out by Marai
pledged themselves in the
Israeli Prime Minister's
words, to: "no more war, no
more blood and no more
enmity."
Both men also paid tribute to
President Carter for his role in
the current peace process and for
his "energy and devotion to
peace." The Nobel Peace com-
mittee also mentioned at length
in its citation the role played by
the American President during
and after the Camp David nego-
tiations.
SADAT referred in his
message to some of the dif-
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Th* .li*h FhriAmn of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. December^
Woodlands Honors Past Chairmen
The members of the
Woodlands community, on behalf
of the 1978-79 UJA Campaign,
met Dec. 12, at the home of Sam
Mothner. Nearly 100 men, who
have made a minimum con-
tribution of $1,000, were present
to pay honor to past Woodlands
chairmen, Robert Adler, Bernie
Libros and Ben Roisman and to
listen to an address delivered by
Israeli film producer and author,
Zvi Kolitz.
Kolitz explained that in Israel
today, as peace seems imminent,
"the situation is more critical
than even on the eve of war .
for at least when facing war, we
know what to expect." He added
"In order to secure this peace,
Israel will give up nearly two-
Barbara Shulman Addresses Lion Division
The Lion Division of the
Women's Division, Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, held their annual
luncheon last week at the home of
Shirley Levin of Palm Aire. The
event was chaired by Celia
Goldfarb, chairman, with Helen
Reiter and Helen Zola serving as
co-chairmen.
Barbara Shulman, campaign
chairman of the Women's
Division, Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County, and a
national leader in the Women's
Division, United Jewish Appeal,
was the guest speaker. She spoke
of her experiences as a par-
ticipant of the International
Women's Conference in
Amsterdam and Israel this year.
She recounted the anguish of the
Holocaust survivors in
Amsterdam and their feelings of
isolation and loneliness. "These
are experiences which we cannot
fully understand but can never
forget," she said.
From Amsterdam, the
assemblage of women from all
over the world journeyed to
Israel.
In commenting on the
possibility of the signing of the
peace treaty between Israel and
Egypt, Mrs. Shulman said "The
cost of peace is high. We cannot
afford to sit back now. We need
you more than ever."
She pointed to the growing
social gap and poverty level in
Israeli society, growing world
anti-Semitism, and Jews in
danger in Russia, Iran, and
South America, as reasons for
"being stronger than ever right
now. Do not forget that the
government administration
watches what we do and our
fundraising efforts reflect our
concern.
"We're here today," said Mrs.
Shulman, "to testify to the world
that we cannot be destroyed. The
stronger your local Fort
Lauderdale community, the
greater contribution you can
make to Jews worldwide.
Celebrate what you do here
today."
Stone Optimistic on Peace
100 Attend Major Gifts Dinner
The Major Gifts Dinner of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale attracted 100
leaders of the local Jewish com-
munity. Leo Goodman, Federa-
tion president, termed the event
at the Tower Club "most suc-
cessful and productive." Mrs.
Israel Shapiro was chairman.
Richard Romanoff, chairman
oi the 1979 Federation-UJA
campaign. introduced the
evening's guest speaker, Sen.
Richard Stone. He told the
assemblage that Mideast peace
negotiations between Israel and
Egypt may receive an un-
expected boost because of the
mounting crisis in Iran.
"The crisis in Iran could
compel the Saudi Arabians and
the other moderate oil states to
go along with the peace talks
between Israel and Egypt. The
moderates may be so frightened
Israeli Imports
Masada Imports of 4202 N.
State Rd. 7 (441), Lauderdale
Lakes, and 6279 W. Sunrise
Blvd.. Plantation, has a large
selection of Judaic art and
jewelry and religious articles. All
are imported from Israel.
by what they see happening in
Iran that they might end the
pressure against Egypt signing a
treaty." Stone's optimism about
the signing of a peace treaty was
heartily welcomed by the
members of the Federation. He
lauded the group for their efforts
on behalf of Israel and the local
Jewish community.
Al Seigel then explained the
needs in Israel and the in-
ternational sphere He implored
the group to realize their respon-
sibility as never before in this
most crucial time in Israel's
history. Those present at The
Tower Club responded to the
challenge.
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Sidney Spewak, Woodlands 1978-79 UJA chairman, andl
Libros, 1977-78 chairman, are shown at a recent
dinner.
thirds of her territory. It is our
task to see that in reverse
proportion to her territorial
weakness, Israel gains in military
strength. By reaffirming your
commitment to UJA, you allow
Israel to take care of these
military priorities."
Woodlands UJA Chairman,
Sidney Spewak, aaked those
assembled, "to go beyond the
good work we have done in
previous years and to demon-
strate our faith in Israel with our
increased giving." Spewak
added, "Zvi Kolitz has told us
that those who do not get in-
volved who are indifferent,
will be swept away with the
debris of history. Let's be in-
volved with more fervor
ever before!"
The Woodlands' UJA v
mittee Report shows that;
words of Kolitz and Spewaki
heeded, as the campajgal
Woodlands is progressing *j
percent increase over
1977/78 drive with
$350,000 already raised.
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The Jewish Floridian nf Greater Fort Lauderdale
Fridy. December 2J
The First Chanukah Candle
We light the first candle in celebration of
Chanukah on Sunday evening, Dec. 24. The holiday
symbolizes the- great Mapaabee victory over the
Graeco-Assyrians and the^foansing of the Temple.
We think of Jewish triumphs throughout our history
against a backdrop of ceaseless wandering and the
most acute of all obscenities in our experience, the
Holocaust.
This year, Chanukah is no different. Saddened
by the death of one of modern Israelis most
distinguished leaders, Golda Meir, we light the first
candle remembering the excitement of the so Anwar Sadatv" peace initiative" last Chanukah when
hopes were sent soaring for a Mideast accord, which
seemed but around the corner.
The candle flickers before us, the memory of
Mrs. Meir's stilled voice echoes in our spirit, and the
soaring hopes of Chanukah yesteryear appear not yet
to be fulfilled. This is the bitter sweet of all our
Jewish history and the bitter sweet of all our
Chanukahs as joy mingles with disappointment and
occasionally even despair.
But Chanukah is a festival symbolizing
rededication and renewal of ancient Jewish principles
and ideals. And so, in the glow of the menorah and
the first candle, we renew our hopes for joy for
peace. We offer them in the spirit of the blessing,
ba'yamim hohem lazman hazeh, in the spirit of our
trust in the miracle of the Jewish continuum as in the
days of old unto our own time.
A Titan Passes
Golda Meir was a titan. There is an affinity
between the role she played in the history of the
Jewish people and the role played by Judah Mac-
cabee, whose bust stands in the U.S. Academy at
West Point as one of the great military leaders of all
times.
Golda'8 stage was political and diplomatic, but
it was rooted in the same fierce allegiance to ancient
Jewish history that marked the successful Maccabee
uprising against Graeco-Assyrian tyranny.
In modern times, Golda's role was as an ad-
vocate of Zionist fulfillment. As Prime Minister of
the State of Israel, she did that with remarkable
agility as remarkable as had been her advocacy in
lesser-titled positions before she rose to the premier-
ship, if not less significant ones.
History also imposed upon her the responsibility
to take her nation into battle when battle was thrust
upon her by the enemies of Israel in 1973, and that
too she did with an intensity and fierce determination
to achieve victory in the face of adversity that would
have done the Maccabees proud.
We reject as absurd, demeaning and irrelevant
Golda Meir's role as a woman, a mother the torn
and tattered image of her as ayshes chayil. This gave
her no special quality. Nor was it an unstated im-
pediment to overcome. Nor was it something to
marvel at as a disadvantage she did manage to
conquer, thus making her great achievements all the
greater by contrast.
Golda's contributions to the State of Israel
began with her own beginning as a Jewish human
being. They were forged in the anti-Semitic crucible
of the Russian world. They emerged in the teen-age
life of Middle America in Milwaukee and Denver.
They came to fruition in her pioneer years in then-
Palestine.
The diadem, the crown of her life was written in
her name as signatory to an infant Israel's
Declaration of Independence. As Prime Minister of
Israel, she presided over the greatness of a people
whose nationhood she helped establish.
In death, like another great leader, Moses, she
was denied the joy of the return home fulfilled: of the
splendor of peace. We, who remain after her, must
assure that the legacy we inherit from Golda Meir
waxes from strength to strength and glory to glory.
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THE DEATH of Golda Meir
leaves many burning questions
unanswered. If we adopt
Carlyle's view of history, which is
that the course of human events
is shaped by heroic leaders, not
by people who just happen to be
in the right place at the right
time and who accidentally rise to
the power of leadership on swells
of universal cataclysm, then the
answers to the questions go with
Meir to her grave. |
For example, no one will be
able to shed light on Meir's cata-
strophic decisions in 1973 that
caused her to reject the army s
plea for a general mobilization on
the eve of Yom Kippur. Both
Israeli and American intelligence
had warned of unusual troop
movements on the Egyptian side
of the Suez Canal. Why did she
elect not to mobilize?
NOR WILL anyone be able to
explain why the gas lines feeding
the huge flame-throwers installed
in the Bar-Lev Line bunkers to
deal with surprise, massive
crossings of the canal had been
previously ordered shut down.
All we know is of Meir's own
confession of profound guilt in
the wake of the war that some-
how the failure to contain the
Egyptian crossing had been her
own. From a Carlyle point of
view, history will merely be able
Mindlin
to speculate on that, or whether it
wasn't, perhaps, a Jewish mother
syndrome that impelled her to
accept the blame for what were
more rightly the goofs of her
children.
Similarly, we will never know
precisely what went on between
her ana Henry Kissinger when
the U.S. Secretary of State waa
gung-ho on selling out the Israeli
victory in the name of Egyptian
"dignity" and "self-respect."
Presumably, that is why tho
Egyptians jumped the Israelis in
the first place to prove their
manhood in the face of three
previous whippings they
sustained at the hands of the
Israelis.
WHAT WE do know in
generalized way is that Meir told
Kissinger to peddle his papers
elsewhere when Kissinger urged
bar to cede the Sinai to
because, in his view
Sadat's forces in fact mat
cross the canal, and didn'
deserve a reward at lea*
Never mind that, in the
his key Third Army u
rounded and entrapped by
soldiers to the north and t,
the canal, which spelled an <
Sadat's doomed vision ol
quest, while other Israeli so.
were by then deep into Ej
the south and west,
beeUne for Cairo.
Never mind all that.
needed a reward.
If we will never know ^
what Meir told Kissinger,
conceivably what Ku
himself may tell us .
exchanges between them it i
future time, and which
hardly be as trustworthy
Meir's accounting would
been, we at least know onsu
thing about Meir's view of
Sinai Peninsula than that
held onto it for dear life in I
the face of considerable Ai
pressure on her to let go.
THAT 18 that even i
lingering weeks of agony _
her death, she was enraged I
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The Jewish Floridian nf (!,. p^ r -rfr-rfnf,
Memorable Quotes From Golda's Talks
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Following it a cross-section of quotations taken from that thev mu8t destroy a nation
the addresses and writings of Golda Meir. They represent or J P??1 Arab mothers, I'm
^r w0rk and ktr thinking at the highpoint of her
distinguished carnr.
ickfldkood RemialscsBcs
IFiftv-four vears ago, together
other children of my age. I
on the steps of a house in
yd watched my father and
fathers of our neighbors'
n boarding up the doors
planks as a means of pro-
J, in anticipation of the
ns that were expected in
Then I didn't know exactly
i was happening around us.
all of us were silent. The only
was the knocking of the
rs. And we children felt
deep children's instinct
something very serious was
g, something of grave
-ante. And I ask the
goon; if it had been given to
i in one's lifetime to go all the
i from that protection against
pogromists in Kiev to the
.jaibility of living in the Stats
I land where there isn't yet
te security, but there is
dv the feeling that we aren't
. mercy of pogromists. and
if anyone strikes at us we
ve the power to defend our
ildren what more can a Jaw
for? So many millions
ughout the ages and
ons before our very eyes
not privileged to have the
: of being safe and able to
Mend themselves like us.
- From an address accepting
Stephen Wise Award of the
Amtncan Jewish Congress,
btntsalem.July 25, 1967.
LWa Bond of Friendship
with the People of America
The friendship between
lAmerica and Israel has deep and
laduring foundations. When
Ijour great nation was itself still
{young in freedom and indepen-
hence, over 140 years ago, its
lacond President, John Adams,
Ivrote: "1 really wish the Jews
ligain in Judea, an independent
[nation restored to an independent
government.'' That tradition of
{American sympathy for the
{restoration of Israel has never
been broken. Its roots, which lie
In our common spiritual heritage,
Ihave been nurtured by our
[common historic experience and
[our common devotion to
[democracy. The people of Israel
[have indelible memories of the
[peat moral and practical aid that
[your nation has given us from the
[day our State was reestablished.
IWhatever differences msy srise
In our appraisals of Middle
[Eastern developments, they do
[not, 1 know, affect the essential
[friendship between our nstions,
and our community of beliefs and
| interests.
- From an address before the
\\ational Press Club. Washing
yon, December U, 1956.
|ft* Secret of land's Endurance
The secret of Israel's en-
[durance in the struggles and ware
Ithat have been forced upon us
lnce we achieved our indepen
pnce is the inexorable tie be-
[een survival and sovereignty,
|d our consciousness of this tie
I- for the survival of the Arab
Hates does not depend on the
"quidation of our independence
f the destruction of Israel, while
pur very lives and survival of
*n of us and of all of us
tocher depend on the
*rength of our State.
]~From an address in the
RW.K, (Parliament), Jerusalem,
\ March 17, 1969.
I^RighttoSsewky
w are a small people in a
""* barren land which ws
[^lved with our labor and our
*Ve The odda against us are
*"y. the disparity of forces is
*l. but we have no alternative
'to defend our lives and
y*0 nd the right to security.
'tre nothing more
equate
thetic
peace, but we cannot
peace merely with an apatl
readiness to be destroyed. If
hostile forces gather for our
proposed destruction, they must
not demand that we provide them
with ideal conditions for the
realization of their plans.
From an address before the
General Assembly of the United
Nations, November, 1966.
Mothers ChBdren War
People cannot go on like that
with the aim held before them
or
sure think about how their
children can live. They don't
want to think about how Israeli
children can be killed.
- From 'A War with Arabs,'
Journal American, March 17,
I MS
Death in Battle
An Arab mother whose son
falls in battle weeps as bitterly as
an Israeli mother. We didn't raise
our sons to kill and be killed.
There is more glory in wanting
peace than in wanting war. The
Israeli army of 1967 was the
saddest victorious army in
history. We want to live. There is
no joy in shooting, no joy in
killing. There is no joy in winning
wars. We say, let us sit down and
negotiate, not a dictated peace,
but as equals at the table.
From an address
Jerusalem, June 16, I960.
in
The Tbniag of Peace fe in
Arab Heads
We hsve no better alternative
than to stand firm against
tension and pressure. We did not
choose the firing situation along
the cease-fire lines or the
existence of shelters in the border
villages, and we are not the ones
to determine how long this
situation will last. They will not
succeed in weakening our
strength. We have the power and
ability to stand firm and we have
enough breath to wait as long as
necessary, until our attackers
prefer peaceful co-existence to
aggression.
From an address in the
Knesset, June 30.1969.
We Shall Never Weary
I hope and trust that, over the
sound of guns and the tumult of
hostility, the voice of .Israel
calling for peace will reach the
ears of lovers of peace in the Arab
world. It is a call that goes out in
no meek or apologetic tone.
Aggression, the threat of war
and international pressures will
not deter us. We shall not wary of
our righteous struggle, nor shall
we surrender our aspirations and
our striving for peace.
From an address in the
Knesset, Jerusalem, May 5,1969.
Knesset Member to Speak at UJA Events |
A member of the current
Israeli Knesset, Josef Rom, will
be the guest speaker at the
January 10 and 11 breakfasts of
the United Jewish
Appeal/ Israel Emergency Fund
Drive at the Crystal Lago
Country Club, Pompano Beach.
Rom, born in Poland, educated
in the U.S., with a Ph.D. in aero-
nautical engineering from the
California Institute of Techno
ogy, and a professor of aeronau-
tical engineering at the Technion
in Haifa, has been a member of
the Knesset since 1976 on the
Foreign and Defense Committee,
acting as chairman of the Sub-
Committee for Arms Purchasing
and Production.
The breakfasts will start at 10
am. Ada Serroan and Frances
Nusbaum plan a program of
entertainment by the Yiddish
Culture Choral Group under the
direction of Winnie Winkelstein.
These breakfasts have been
planned to give those unable to
attend the recent UJA functions
the opportunity to be included
with their contributions.
Tickets are available from UJA
building and area chairmen.
Two Century Village residents
will be the "honorees" st these
breakfasts. Jack Schwartz,
Cookvie worker, will be honored
on Jan. 10 and Sid Hess, Durham
president, will be the "honoree"
on Jan. 11.
Col. Henry Peck is this year's
overall chairman of the drive with
Irving Friedman and Max
Dick stein serving ss honorary
chairmen. Evelyn Denner and
Harry Simon are serving as co-
chairmen of the two breakfasts.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
rridy. December 22
Winter Campaign at Waterbridge Condo
The members of the Executive
Committee of the Waterbridge
Condominium, UJA Fund Drive,

held their final organizational
meeting on Dec. 11. The meeting
was attended by 20 members of
Jack Blau to Receive
B'nai B'rith Award
S::*
Jack Blau, chairman of the
Board of Georgetown Manor,
Ethan Allen Galleries, and
Broward County communal
leader, will receive the Torch of
Liberty award of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, Saturday. Jan. 6, at a
dinner-dance at the Inverrary
Country Club, which was
recently announced by J.
Raddock, dinner chairman.
Along with Raddock from the
Palm Aire Community are Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Davis and
Commissioner John Crisconi who
serves as honorary dinner
chairman.
Blau has been selected for the
award because of his dedication
to civic and philanthropic en-
deavors.
In 1929. Blau joined the Hecht
Company of Washington, D.C.
and advanced to vice-president
and general merchandising
manager. In 1961, after 30 years
with the Hecht Company, Blau
elected early retirement and
moved to South Florida.
While residing in Washington.
D.C. he was an active member of
the Woodmont Country Club, the
Washington Hebrew
Congregation, as well as the
United Jewish Appeal, United
Way, the Anti-Defamation
League, and other civic
organizations.
The Society of Fellows is the
national leadership group of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith devoted to the financial
support of A.D.L. For 65 years
the A.D.L. has been the leading
national communal agency
devoted to fighting bigotry,
intolerance, and discrimination
against the Jewish community,
nationally and internationally.
The A.D.L. has 26 regional of-
fices in the United States, an
office in Jerusalem and corres-
pondents in Europe. South
America and other major areas
throughout the world.
Installation Dinner
The Margate Jewish Center
plans an annual Temple triple in-
stallation of officers for the
Center, the Men's Club and the
Sisterhood on Jan. 28 at 5:30
p.m. at Temple Beth Israel,
Sunrise. A kosher dinner is
Slanned and dancing to Larry
Iooti's Orchestra. Awards will
be given.
Jack Blau
the planning committee as well as
by two members of the Fort
Lauderdale Jewish Federation
Irv Spector was chosen to be
chairman of the drive. He will be
aided by Pinchus Deren who
agreed to act as co-chairman.
The community, located on
Sunrise Boulevard between the
Turnpike and University Drive,
is expecting its biggest drive ever
as the residents look ahead with
enthusiasm. Spector put it best
when he said. The need is
greater now than it has ever been.
Can we afford to give less than
our best effort to meet it?"
Plans were finalized for a
preliminary cocktail party to be
held on the premises of
Waterbridge in early January.
The campaign will culminate
with a breakfast on Jan. 21 in the
main recreation hall of Water-
bridge.
It is expected that Louis
Koker. Mayor John Lomello and
Commissioner Moss will be in
attendance.
Bermuda Club Slates Rally
Isidore Landsman, president of
the Bermuda Club Management
Council, announced that the third
annual Jewish Federation / UJA
Rally will take place on Wed-
nesday, Jan. 17, at 8 pjn. in the
Bermuda Clubhouse Auditorium.
Chairman will be Bernard
Simms and the guests of honor,
Leonard Laufer and Esther
Hoffman.
Danny Tadmore, noted Israeli
speaker and entertainer, will be
the special guest for the evening.
Sponsoring organizations are
the Bermuda Club Men's Organ-
ization. Ladies Social Club. Herzl
Chapter of Hadassah. B'nai
B'rith Women Chapter No. 1627,
B'nai B'rith Lodge No. 3032 and
the Single Socialites.
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UJA 1979 National Conference on Dec. 7 at the New Ya
Hilton.
Temple Emanu-El Youth Group
Collects Food for Needy Family
The Chanukah lights will shine
brighter for one needy Broward
County family this year due to
the efforts of Temple Emanu-El
Youth Group under the direction
of chairperson Lisa Jo Fox.
The Youth Group collected
canned goods and other foods to
give to a needy family through
the WECARE (With Energy
Compassion And Responsible
Effort) Volunteer Program of t
Jewish Community Center
Fort Lauderdale.
Rovi Faber, honor
WECARE general ct
accepted the gift for WECAB
"It's heartwarming to knowth
teenagers in this day and agei
still interested in don
something worthwhile for
lea* fortunate than themselves."
Institute for Prospective Converts
Rabbi Leonard S. Zoll.
chairman of the North Broward
Board of Rabbis Conversion
Committee, has announced the
establishment of an Institute on
Judaism for Prospective Con-
verts.
The winter term will meet for
10 sessions on Mondays from 8 to
9:30 p.m. beginning Jan. 8.
The first five sessions will
conducted by Rabbi Mori
Brill at Temple Beth lsr
Sunrise. The last five sent
will be conducted bv Rabb
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Orr, Coral Springs. Registratk
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jjA Mission Diary
A Heart Full of Sadness; A Heart Full of Pride
ting
nfi Hte: Participants *
*iort Lauderdale-UJA Mis-
u Israel returned home last
' full of enthusiasm and in-
i by the experience of
the achievements of
r0f Israel. The following
acerpts from an account
by Mm Victor Gruman,
[group's appointed historian.
_jy.Nov.27
IJdSdn't think I wi a vey
M| person, but the wel-
we received at Beit
^.jch had me fighting back
wars. We were greeted with
shaloms, and carnations
the women, and then a won-
concert by the Tel Aviv
i's Choir, each of whom
leautiful faces and voices!
-5, we all have it in our blood
Uhe way the Israeli music had
[all clapping and moving to the
rthms of the songs. There's no
[ling quite like it. One has the
pediate feeling that he has at
t arrived home. ^
| Paul Rosenberg, chairman of
mission, greeted us with a
message to Israel from
i mission We joined the choir
fthe singing of a song, and then
listened to a recording of
vid Ben-Gurion proclaiming
! establishment of the State of
Rosenberg introduced
oishe Kol, one of the original
ners of the Declaration of In-
ndence, who spoke about his
eriences while in a variety of
ces, and as a civilian during
tmany wars.
| ALL WAS not gloomy aa he
erspersed his stories with
ch humor. During his time,
Lhile officiating in the rescue of
ildren after the Holocaust,
0,000 children were brought
Israel. His theme was our
tnership with him in all of his
deavors and also with Israel.
le then were joined with the
oir in the singing of "Hatik-
y, Nov. 28
We were awakened at 6:20 a.m.
breakfast and ready to leave
7:10. Eli, our knowledgeable
tide and historian, gave us a
nplete lecture on history as we
e. We passed the development
Own of Yavne with government
ousing which were nice little
omes. We also went through an
dustrial area on the way to the
Gua Strip. We by-passed Yad
"ordechai, which, until 1947,
i the borderline between Israel
1 Egypt.
All the fields in the southern
i are irrigated with water from
|L-e Tiberias or Sea of Galilee,
pe passed a small industrial rone
Hwtted by the Israeli govern-
j"*nt for the purpose of
providing work for the Arabs of
fte area. The government also
Rvebped a port in the Gaza
[Wnp for this reason. Most of the
[Arabs from Jaffa moved into this
F* and were paid reparations
[tor the loss of their property. We
|U*n passed through an area of
IWouin settlement. What a
|contraat!
Our first stop was at the Etan
m Force Base south of Tel Aviv.
I"u is a training camp for para-
l^pws On the way we drove
Ir"**1 the heart of the citrus
I II s amazing to see such
[greenery among the sand dunes.
"e were treated to an exhibition
the troops jumping. Aa we left
"* bus uj watch those who btld
rre?dy Jumped, came walking
it- "* 8truck bv tiie beauty of
jwr faces and their youth. There
J80 were some girls in the groups
lhHUmpers Some of -* f*-"-9*
ld come out to watch them
>P and would meet their own
?y m he came walking by. We
* s* soldiers in the distance,
"> *ere training, being led by
"ne female officers.
,.0N THE RETURN trip we
"* uken to the Yamit area to
Agricultural sett lament called
*hav Sadot. A young lady.
Chia, who originally came
from Toronto, gave us a very
clear picture of the workings of a
moshav. Each mosavnik owns his
own home, and the approximate
40 dunams of land are leased
from the government on
renewable 99 year leases. These
plots of land are cultivated by the
moshav and his family, and they
are allowed to raise the crops
they wish, with, of course,
suggestions from the ministry of
agriculture. They have a com-
munal accounting and marketing
committee, and a five member
secretariat which is like a
tribunal which oversees
problems, complaints, etc.
Chia answered questions from
our group some of which were
about what would happen to this
moshav when the peace treaty is
signed with Egypt. She told us
that they only knew what they
heard on the news broadcasts
that the government has not
informed them of what will
happen to them if this settlement
has to be abandoned because of
the peace treaty. It is very hard
to live and work, not knowing
when and if they will have to give
all this up. Speaking for herself,
Chia said she wouldn't live there
under Egyptian sovereignty.
The town of Yamit, which was
our next destination, is just five
years old. This town was sup-
posed to have been the third
largest port in Israel, but because
of the possibility of having to
abandon it in the interests of
peace, those plans have not been
instituted. Some 300 families
from Russia, America and Israel
were brought in to be settled
there. Bomb shelters were built.
There was a large high school
which serves the whole area,
including the moshavim.
On leaving Yamit, we picked
up three soldiers hitchhiking
home for overnight. Eli, our
guide, interviewed two of them
for us. The first was 20 years old,
one of four boys and five girls. He
certainly was handsome. He
knew nothing about UJA. The
second one was 27 years old,
married, and the father of two
children. He knew about UJA
and what it does for Israel, and
he asked us how long UJA could
nup its work. Everyone im-
lately answered "Indefi-
nitely." Eli then said that that
was the meaning of "We Are
One" and expressed how good it
was to hear our answer as we are
still needed.
Wednesday, Nov. 29
IN THE EVENING we had
dinner at the hotel with Yitzhak
Rabin as our speaker. He clarified
for us, the situation with the on-
going negotiations of the peace
treaty with Egypt. The main
theme was that the treaty is a
risk for Israel which must be
taken, and that, if, during the
ensuing five years after the
signing of the first treaty, the
Egyptians will be able to see the
benefits they can derive from a
lasting peace, total peace may
become an actuality. This, he
emphasized, was his personal
opinion as a member of the
opposition in the Knesset. We
had a much better picture of the
whys and negotiations with
Egypt after his speech.
Thursday, Nov. 30
This morning we left Tel Aviv
after breakfast and a briefing on
Renewal of Life. We were told
that Israel absorbed 300,000
people about 20-25 years ago,
who came from a number of
different countries with diverse
cultures and languages. The main
problem is how to educate them
and teach them how to live in a
modern society. There are not
enough kindergartens and other
schools. There are as many as 40
children to a class. It is the
government's wish to have every
Israeli learn how to keep an
apartment clean, and that every
child should be in school. This is
most important for the second
and third generations of these
people.
In a suburb of Herzliya, called
Neve Israel, there was an area
named Shaviv, where we walked
around and observed the small
360 square foot apartments (as
manv as 11 in a family live in one
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of these apartments). We viewed
the grounds and visited a school.
Again, we were impressed with
the beauty of the faces of the
children, and how out-going they
were. I had a fun experience with
about six boys who came over to
me at the playground to display
their knowledge of English. Each
one told me his name in English
and asked what my name was. I,
in turn, told them the English
equivalent to their Hebrew
names. I hope they will have a
chance to grow and learn and be-
come good members of their
society.
We then went on to a briefing
by several social workers who
explained how they work with the
children and parents. They work
mostly on a one to one basis.
About half the people in this area
own their own apartments. If
renting, the rent runs between
200-500 pounds a month. They
haven't been able to get in-
formation from the people of
what their income might be so
they have not been able to come
up with a median income for this
-.. Iliii I uf the
i. there !.' elderly. Their
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couple.
WE THEN drove to Suffin
Observation Point through an
Arab town in the occupied West
Bank. Then to Herzliya for lunch
at the Hotel Shalom, and from
there to Kibbutz Hamadia for
home hospitality and dinner with
the Kibbutz members. On the
way we drove through a very
green valley, fed by water from
the mountains. The Arabs in this
area are Israeli citizens. This
valley is called the Jezreal Valley
and is the most fertile in Israel.
At Kibbutz Hamadia. we were
first taken to their clubhouse and
briefed about the life on the
kibbutz and served coffee and
snacks. Then we were driven
around the kibbutz area, after
which we were introduced to our
host members a lovely couple,
husband 41, and wife about 34,
with two children. He was in
electronics management in Tel
Aviv, and his wife also worked.
They owned a "large" home
there, and they have both taken a
two year leave of absence from
their jobs to try kibbutz living-
Friday, Dec. 1
Before long, we were at the top
of the Golan Heights to see an
army outpost. Hope the weather
isn't that miserable all winter, as
the poor boys manning the post
must have been frozen. Mud was
everywhere from the rain, and the
wind made it very cold. Just as
we were to leave, the bus got
stuck in the mud. Everyone had
to get off to make it lighter, and
with the help of some of the
soldiers and the great driving of
Shlomo. we finally got freed. We
were taken into a small food
storage building made of sheet
metal, and we sang songs to take
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weather while waiting for the bus
to be freed. An officer named Igal
joined us to give us a history of
the Golan Heights, and then we
were taken to the "Good Fence"
on the Lebanese Border. A man
from the village of Metulla. at the
base of the mountain was selling
oranges and apples, so we bought
some to have on the trip to
Jerusalem.
Entering East Jerusalem, we
passed through the Arab section
first, and then stopped just short
of the old city, and walked about
a half block, which Eli said is a
traditional thing to do. We then
entered the bus and were handed
a glass of wine and we all recited
the Shehechiyanu and Kiddush.
Again, I was greatly moved by
this ceremony. Our next stop was
the Western Wall. The weather
was cold, damp and raining, but
we all got out and walked to the
wall and said our own personal
prayers. From there we were
taken to the Jerusalem Hilton,
which was to be our base for the
remainder of our time in Israel.
AFTER DINNER we all
adjourned to the grand ballroom
to hear Prime Minister Begin
speak. We were especially
honored by the appearance of
Mrs. Begin tonight as she doesn't
often appear with him. Paul
Rosenberg introduced Begin,
who was to go the next Friday.
Dec. 8 to receive the Nobel Prize.
He said. "Peace is the real prize.
The Nation of Israel deserves the
Nobel Prize, not I." He told us
that he prefers sacrifices to war.
Two weeks ago, he said, he
could have made a momentous
decision. They could have signed
the peace document and are
ready to sign it now, as is. They
have already given up two very
important amendments, but they
haven't had a positive answer
from the other side. They are
determined to carry out the peace
document as signed at Camp
David. Begin said: "War is
evitable Peace is inevitable"
and security is not just a word, it
is life itself to Israel. Peace with
security.
"Jerusalem was established as
the capital of Israel more than
3000 years ago. It i* no* re-
united," said Begin. "We have
rebuilt the synagogues, ceme-
tery, hospital, and the Jewish
Quarter and allow everyone com-
pletely free access to all holy
shrines. Jerusalem, capital of
Israel, reunited, individuals, re-
mains so long as the Jewish
people live, and they will live
forever."_____________________
Sunday, Dec. 3
We were treated to two hours
of most exceptional entertain-
ment. The Lod Children's Choir
performed, and were led by the
same young man who led the Tel
Aviv Choir. These children
seemed a bit older than their
counterparts in Tel Aviv. I
fought back the tears again when
listening to them. After their per-
formance, we were treated to the
sight of some Israeli dar
formed by a very profeaik
group. Then Israels very urn
actress, Aviva Marks. waVj
duced, and in turn, intr
the next acts. She is pi
beautiful, and with an
accent yet! The next act
called the Rabbinical Choir i
Cantor Brown as soloist, i
surprised to see them all in i
uniforms. This was some
We could have listened to tfj
all evening. Wish 1 could .
found some records of [heir jjj
ing.
AVIVA MARKS read
poems that won first prize
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join the army against his parent]
wishes. He wrote to apologia t
his parents for having done I
and was killed one month af
enlisted. The poem that
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girl.
'toft part of the snow waa
Gson, considered the
,nd entertainer in Is-
,ang most beautifully in
;; Yiddish, and English.
t at 7:30. and im-
,|y afterward we
, i movie
about the Holo-
'Aftervard. Prof. Yehuda
renow ned Holocaust
!, lectured on the signifi-
["Vrf the Holocaust on con-
' Jewish life. AH this
Jus for the solemnity and
making experience of Yad
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it was all we had heard
. j, and yet the most
bg experience of my life. All
we have heard and seen
t the Hol.K-aust it really
^p a> w. walked through
auseum and participated in
lizkor service. One cannot
and one shouldn't want to
' Several of our men were
I to participate in the cere-
of laying bouquets at the
plaques in memory of
who died in the various
enlration camps. The
ng in which the eternal
lights the names of all
camps is eold and damp,
|is the service takes place.
that the people who
.bed there are here with you
^ keeping watch with us that
atrocities never happen
I to our people.
n Yad Yashem, we stopped
Herzl Military cemetery.
I has made this a beautiful
orial to her fallen children,
ey call them, but better if it
have been a park for
en to play in._____________
ay, Dec. 5
up We were given the
|carpet treatment with very
accommodations and
onably good food and
of that. Vic and I wan
very happy with the whole trip
We couldn't have asked for more
except, perhaps, a little less
tiring itinerary, so that we would
have more time for rest. We had.
despite seeing some very sad
sights, a wonderful time. I came
away with a heart full of sadness
for what our people have gone
through, and suffered, and at the
same time, a heart full of pride in
our people and in what they have
accomplished in such a short
time. I will never forget the
beautiful faces of the children,
and young people, and their look
of pride and their welcoming
attitudes to us. To be able to go
anywhere and be greeted with a
smile and "Shalom" made me feel
as if I belonged.
I came, I saw. and I was
conquered.
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HOMESTEAD Three
members of the Ku Klux Klan
picketed outside of the Howard
Johnson facility at 1020 North
Homestead Blvd. Dressed in
traditional KKK garb, including
white sheets and pointed white
hats, they were protesting the
refusal of a Howard Johnson's to
rent space to a KKK unit in Ohio.
Spokesmen for the Homestead
KKK said that their klavem had
decided to protest the refusal
Nov. 11 of a Middletown, Ohio,
H-J facility to accommodate the
northern klavern.
Mengele has been for years on
the "wanted" list of Simon
Wiesenthal, the head of the
Vienna Documentation Centre,
and the Haifa Documentation
Centre on the Nazi Holocaust in
Haifa, offered a reward in 1971
for information leading to his
arrest.
Yeshiva President Lectures in Miami
Dr. Norman Lamm, president
of Yeshiva University, discussed
Universal and Particularistic
Values in Jewish Thought" at the
first lecture of a Yeshiva
University sponsored
Monday, Dec. 18.
aariM,
The event, held at the Fried-
man- Uhlar Auditorium of the
Millel Community Day School,
1900 N.E. 25th Ave., North
Miami Beach, launched the
special lecture program in the
Miami area. Subsequent lectures
will be held in January. February
and March.
Dr. Lamm is widely recognized
as an authority in applying the
viewpoint of traditional Judaism
to contemporary issues.
Philosopher, teacher and rabbi.
Dr. Lamm has authored such
books as The Royal Reach:
Discourse on Jewish Tradition,
Faith and Doubt, and A Hedge of
Roses: Jewish Insights into
Marriage and Married Life.
An alumnus of Yeshiva Uni-
versity and the first native born
American to head the institution.
'California Suite'Premiere Scheduled
Brandeis National Women's
Committee of Fort Lauderdale -
Pompano Beach Chapter
presents an exclusive premiere
showing of Neil Simon's
California Suite, co-starring
Walter Matthau. Alan Alda, Bill
' osby and Jane Fonda.
This special event was to take
place on Dec. 21 at the Gateway
Theater II. Immediately
following the performance the
group planned a "Critics Corner"
in the lobby.
AddresBPS Physicians
Dr. Harry T. Zankel, a retired
physiatrist (an M.D. specializing
in physical medicine and rehabili-
tation), addressed the South
Florida Retired Physicians
recently.
Dr. Norman Lamm
Dr. Lamm is now in his third year
as president.
Dr. Lamm also was a guest
speaker at a dinner in behalf of
the University's Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Wednesday,
Dec. 20. at the Eden Roc Hotel.
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Frtfy. December!
Jewish Community Center Presents
ADULTCLUB
CHAM KAH PROGRAM
The Adult Club of the Jewish
Community Center of Fort
Lauderdale will present the
American Yiddish Players in
their annual Chanukah program
on Tuesday, Dec. 26, at 1 p.m. at
the Lauderdale Lakes City Hall.
There will be a candlelighting
ceremony for the second day of
Chanukah. a one act play The
Shiddach. songs by Dorothy
Golin, accompanied by Paula
Cohen, pianist, and community
singing. The play is directed by
Harold R< isenberg.
Tickets can be obtained only at
the JCC. No tickets will be sold
at the door.
Chanukah program co-chair-
persons are Jean Griff and Jean
HindersU'in. Sunny Landsman is
Entertainment Committee coor-
dinator.
WEC ARE Treasure Cheat
The WEC ARE (With Energy
Compassion And Responsible
Effort) Volunteer Program,
sponsored by the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Fort
Lauderdale and the Jewish
Federation, is collecting gift
items for its annual Chanukah
Treasure Chest Drop-Off Project.
Donations made by local
merchants, cookies and baked
goods and other items are being
prepared for distribution to
hospitals, nursing homes,
Hebrew schools and pediatric
centers. Belle and Irving
Vitrofsky are chairmen of this
project.
Any business or individual
wishing to contribute may do so
by either dropping off items at
the JCC or calling Hilda Robbins.
WECARE Coordinator.
WINTER DAY CAMP
"Walking in a Winter Wonder-
land" will be the children who
attend the Jewish Community
Center of Fort Lauderdale Winter
Day Camp, Dec. 26, 27, and 28.
They will be the first to preview
the JCC new facility at Florida
Air Academy, 6501 W. Sunrise
Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale.
The hours are 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. Children must be dropped
off and picked up at the Academy
at those hours. They need to
bring a bag lunch on Tuesday
and Wednesday. (A beverage will
be provided.) Thursday the JCC
will sponsor a barbeque.
For information and
registration call Penny Rubin.
The camp is limited to 100
children.
TWEENS AND TEENS
Children in Grade 6, 7, or 8,
who would like to make new
friends or learn the latest disco
steps, are invited to the Jewish
Community Center of Fort
Lauderdale at 7:30 p.m. every
Wednesday night.
Irving Bromberg, TeenTween
Director, announced that a
"mystery night" is planned, as
well as ice skating, bowling,
movies, and dances.
On Sunday, Jan. 7, at 7:30
p.m., a new Tween Group is
beginning at the JCC. For more
information call JCC or Irv
Bromberg.
BLOOD BANK DRIVE
"Right now we have a severe
shortage of blood in Broward
County," declares Ida Chustek,
WECARE (With Energy
Compassion And Responsible
Effort) liaison between the
Jewish Community Center of
Fort Lauderdale and the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale and Temple Beth
Israel of Fort Lauderdale. "So,
mark your calendar for Thurs-
day, Feb. 8, for the Broward
Community Center Blood Bank
Drive," she said.
The blood drive will be at
Temple Beth Israel, 7100 West
Oakland Park Boulevard, Fort
Lauderdale, between 2 and 8 p.m.
All blood donors will be eligible
for family protection for one year.
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JCCDAYCAMP
Sixteen acres of athletic field
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Summer Day Camp at the new
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Lauderdale, located at the former
Florida Air Academy, 6601 W.
Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.
Camp Chairperson Neddie
Lynn and her committee: Ivy
Levine, Eda Lang, Elaine Conn,
Ruth Tanenbaum, and Joan
Jacobs are presently evaluating
the buildings and grounds at the
Academy to formulate plans and
make recommendations for
summer program.
"We are looking forward to an
exciting summer for our children.
A crafts studio is planned along
with instruction in tennis, soft-
ball, basketball, and gym-
nastics." declares chairperson
Neddie Lynn.
"Our junior Olympic size
swimming pool will be the site for
future swim meets, and diving,
swimming, and life saving in-
struction. We may even find a
second Mark Spitz in our camp,"
says JCC Executive Director Bill
Goldstein.
According to Youth Program
Director Penny Rubin, there will
be three, three week sessions. The
camp divisions are:
Junior 3 to 5 years old (must
be 3 years by Jan. 1 of previous
year)
Senior Grade 1 through 5
Tween- Grade 6,7, and 8
C.I.T. Grade 9 and 10
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Pagell-A
dents Present Chanukah Programs JDL Sends Members Here
j.Udren of the Hebrew
"jhavc been active in
for various groups of
CTuuderdale community.
E 20. the Hebrew Day
|j nresentcd a portion of
Blunuk.h Happening at the
E5.ni City Hall. The
Chanukah candles
lit
coming program at Sunrise
Music Theatre.
On Sunday. Dec. 24, at 2 p.m.
the Hebrew Day School children
will present their Chanukah
Happening program at the
Sunrise Music Theatre as part of
the Sunrise B'nai B'rith
Women's Chanukah Festival.
Mrs. Anita Perlman will be the
m ,ongs from their up-
cial Events at Emanu-El
Chanukah Family
i-El
I ""Si" be 'heU at Temple
0f Greater Fort
je, on Friday. Dec. 22,
h5p.m.
[medal Sabbath eve service
L for 8:15 p.m. on Friday
.Dec. 29.
will be a combination
Homecoming" eervice
jo a "welcome to the New
Everyone. especially
j of college age, is Invited to
r Temple Emanu-El
I A unique workshop
ning new concepts and
in Jewish education was
ored by the Temple on Dec.
with Rabbi Sanford
of Emanu-El. Dr.
|aard Kramish. noted
jtor from Evanston. I1L,
Eicted the evening workshop.
bis and educators from both
greater Miami and Fort
Tdale areas attended.
Rabbi Shapero will hold adult
education classes every Tuesday
night from 8 through 9:15
through Feb. 27. The course will
be a survey of Jewish literature
and philosophy throughout the
ages. For information, call the
Temple office.
Every Monday night is Bingo
Night at Temple Emanu-El. The
games are played in the Temple;
run by members of the congrega-
tion, and all profits go to the
Temple.
Early bird games start at 7:30
p.m. There are progressive
games, giant jackpot games, 50-
50 games. The public is invited.
Martin Yohalem, president of
Temple Emanu-El of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, was selected as
the outstanding Civil Engineer of
the Year by the South Florida
Section of the American Society
of Civil Engineers at their annual
mewling in Tampa recently.
keynote speaker that day.
Coordinating the children's
program are Mrs. Fran
Merenstein. director, and Mrs.
Theo Armstead. PTO vice presi-
dent.
On Sunday, Dec. 31, at 4:30
p.m. the Hebrew Day School
children will lead a candielighting
ceremony at Broward Mall in
front of Jordon Marsh. The
children will not only recite the
blessings, but they also will
entertain with Chanukah
melodies.
To Picket UF Frats
The cultural aspects of the
Hebrew Day School program
have been expanded. On Dec. 7
the children heard Winnifred
Tiger from the Seminole Indians.
Ms. Tiger, dressed in Indian
regalia, talked about Indian life,
raft, and lore.
The children enjoyed the last of
ne PACE musical series at the
Hebrew Day School on Dec. 14.
The older children of the
Hebrew Day School attended a
performance of Will Cody at
Temple Beth Shalom in
Hollywood.
GAINESVILLE A cadre of
Jewish Defense League members
demonstrated on the campus of
the University of Florida Sun-
day. The JDL group was from
Miami. Regional director Brett
Becker had previously announced
the intentions of the organization
to demonstrate here.
The object was to call attention
to the outburst of force by two
non-Jewish fraternities, Kappa
Alpha and Sigma Phi Epsilon,
before the Fraternity House of
predominantly Jewish Tau
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some 200 members of Kappa
Alpha and Sigma Phi Epsilon
threw rocks and eggs and
shouted anti-Semitic epithets.
THE UNIVERSITY of Florida
Campus Council since found the
fraternities innocent on a
collective basis, and their
charters on campus were not
revoked, as had been demanded.
But according to University
officials, individual members,
none named so far, are currently
under investigation for specific
acts.
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Tht Jewish Florvtian of Greater Port Lauderdale
Frida
y.Dec Area Organizations Announce Events
ORLY HAD ASSAM
The Orly Group of Margate
Chapter of Hadassah will meet at
Holiday Springs Playhouse on
Jan. 25 at 12:30 p.m. The retired
Cantor Jack Cohen of New York
will present a program of Jewish
musk.
POMPANO LODGE 2941
B'NAI B'RITH
Pompano Lodge, No. 2941,
B'nai B'rith will hold its regular
meeting on Thursday, Dec. 28 at
8 p.m. in the auditorium of
Temple Sholom, Pompano. In
celebration of Chanukah a
cabaret night is planned
featuring Charlotte Cooper,
comedienne, songstress and
entertainer.
MARGATE WOMEN'S
LEAGUE FOR ISRAEL
Margate Chapter of Women's
League for Israel will hold a
special Chanukah membership
meeting on Tuesday. Dec. 26, at
12:30 p.m. at the Boca Raton
Bank meeting room in Margate.
FORT LAUDERDALE
LODGE 1438
B'NAI B'RITH
Fort Lauderdale Lodge 1438
B'nai B'rith will hold its
December meeting on Wednes-
day. Dec. 27 at 8 p.m. at the
Women's Club of Wilton Manors.
600 N.E. 21st Court. Fort
Lauderdale. Guest speaker will
be Robert Wood of Broward
County Division of Consumer
Affairs.
CATLE GARDEN ARMON
HADASSAH
A meeting is set for Monday.
Jan. 8 at Castle Recreation
Center. 4850 N.W. 22nd Terr..
Lauderhill at noon. Hester
Kapelow will give a book review
on the Autobiography of Abba
Ebon.
RAYUS HADASSAH
Rayus Group of West Broward
Chapter of Hadassah will meet
Tuesday, Dec. 26 at noon at the
Tamarac Jewish Center, N.W.
57th St. The program will feature
a musical, "Around the World
with Sadie Baia," directed by
Rose Rousso and performed by
the Somerset Shoshanna Chap-
ter of Hadassah.
Mrs. Pauline Levine, chairman
of "Inner Circle," says the second
drawing of her project will take
place.
ORIOLE SCOPUS
HADASSAH
Oriole-Scopus Chapter of
Hadassah will meet on Wednes-
day. Dec. 27, at 12:30 p.m. at the
new meeting place at the Boca
Raton Community Room behind
the Boca Raton Bank at 1334 N.
State Road 7, Margate. Mrs.
Claire Molinas will present a skit
on Youth Aliyah.
BLYMA HADASSAH
The regular meeting of Blyma
Hadassah was to be held on Dec.
21 at noon at Congregation Beth
Hillel. 7038 Margate Blvd. with
guest speaker Dr. Solomon Geld,
Rabbi for Margate Jewish
Center, on "Roots of Zionism."
CORAL RIDGE ORT
The Women's American ORT.
Coral Ridge Chapter, will hold a
regular meeting on Dec. 28 at
12:30 p.m. at Lauderdale Lakes
Cky Hall. Following an intro-
duction of Region represen-
tatives, there will be a book
review by Mary Lawson of the
best seller, American Caesar, by
William Manchester.
BNAI B'RITH
TAMARAC CHAPTER
In August 1978 the Com
munity Volunteer Services Com-
mittee of B'nai B'rith Women
Chapter 1479 started an extended
friendship project with the Shef-
field Nursing Home in Wilton
Manors.
Under the direction of Rabbi
Zoll of Jewish Federation, a
group of women go to the Home
the first Friday of every month to
help the Rabbi in conducting
Shabbat Services for the elderly
Jewish men and women who
reside that*. The Committee then
provides win*, challeh and cake
foralL
The women visit and chat with
the residents and try to bring a
little Shabbat cheer. The next
visit will be a Chanukah party on
Dec. 22.
BOUTIQUE-
THRIFT SHOP
All Florida chapters of
Women's League for Israel will
operate a permanent Boutique-
Thrift Shop of new and nearly-
new articles at 3272 N. Stat*
Road 7, Lauderdale Lakes, comer
Oakland Park Boulevard in the
Reef Theatre Shopping Plaza.
The shop will be open Monday
through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Donations of merchandise
are welcome and receipts given
for tax deductions. Merchandise
can also be left on a consignment
basis. Celia Engelmeyer heads
the Broward operation.
SUNRISE SHALOM
HADASSAH
The next meeting will be on
Jan. 11 at the Tamarac Jewish
Center. 9101 N.W. 57th St..
Tamarac at noon. For trans-
portation call Lillian Meltzer.
Phase I. Rose Cohen. Fhase II.
Sadie Gunzenhaeuser, Phase III.
CHANUKAH CEREMONY
On Dec. 27. at 1 p.m. Lauder
hill Women's Chapter B'na
B'rith 1483, in conjunction with
Men's Lauderhill Lodge 2923
will present the symbolic
Chanukah Lighting Ceremony at
Lauderhill Mall.
These ceremonies are due to
the efforts of Lillian Balitzer with
the assistance of William
Leuhter. Jack Salz will be host,
and the traditional chants and
candle-lighting will be performed
by Cantor Philip Erstling and
Max Axelrod
On Dec. 28, at 1 p.m.
ceremonies will take place at the
Lauderdale Lakes Mall. Again
Jack Salz will be host and this
time Cantor Solomon Cohen will
chant. The Cast lea ires, under the
direction of Dr. Joseph Watson,
will entertain with appropriate
songs.
At its breakfast meeting on
Dec. 24 at 9:30 a.m.. Lauderhill
Lodge 2923 B'nai B'rith will
celebrate the advent of Chanukah
with a program of musical en-
tertainment. This will take place
at the Castle Recreation Hall.
A special award will be
presented to Eugene Cipolloni.
the mayor of Lauderhill. Solomon
Cohen will relate the story of
Chanukah. Philip Erstling.
accompanied at the piano by Mae
Isserles, and the Castleaires.
under the direction of Dr. Joseph
Watson, will sing.
Members of other Lodges who
fish to attend as guests of the
Lodge should contact Abe
Jacobs.
LAUDERDALE LAKES
B'NAI B'RITH
The general meeting of the
B'nai B'rith Lauderdale Lakes
Lodge 2940 was to take place
Thursday, Dec. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Lauderdale Lakes City Hall.
The "Chosen Children" Choral
Group from Temple Beth Israel
of Sunrise, under the direction of
Cantor Maurice Neu, was to be
featured in a special musicale.
The Chanukah Festival." an
updated variation of the
traditional annual presentation.
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
The next monthly meeting of
Workmen's Circle Greater
Lauderdale Branch 1046 will be
held at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec.
22 at Lauderdale Lakes City
Hall. A Chanukah program is
planned with songs and dancing.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER
On Sunday. Dec. 24 at 8 p.m.
the Margate Jewish Center will
host a Chanukah party, arranged
by Lou Feen, program chairman.
It will feature the humorist and
entertainer, Eddie Schaeffer. To
preserve the spirit of the holiday,
wines and refreshments will be
served by the Sisterhood. The
guests will sing Yiddish and
Hebrew songs.
Dr. Sol Landau, Rabbi of Beth
David Congregation, Miami,
was guest speaker at a recent
meeting of the Sisterhood of
Temple Sholom, Pompano
Beach. Dr. Landau is
president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami,
of the Rabbinical Assembly of
the Southern States and pres-
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Association of Dade County.
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The Pompano Beach Temple Sholom Sisterhood Torah i
Luncheon is slated for Tuesday, Jan. 16, at noon at Tn
Sholom Social Hall. Seated, Mrs. Oscar (Fran)
chairman, and vice chairmen, standing, Mrs. Max H
Goodman, and Mrs. Lee (Frieda/ Eiseman plan the
Sisterhoods affiliated with the Women's League maintm\
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SCOPUSCHAPTER
OF HADASSAH.
Scopus Chapter of Hadassah.
Deerfield Beach, is planning a
trip to New Orleans for one week.
For information and reser-
vations, call Minna Jaffe. The
group will be having a musicale
to be held at Temple Beth El in
Boca Raton. A concert violinist
and pianist will entertain. For
information and reservatio
Anne Hechtman or Ai
Mendell.
I LAN A HADASSAH
liana Hadassah was to I
meeting on Thursday. Dec!
noon at City Hall, Laud
Lakes, with a book review of]
Thornbirds being given by I
Barbara Pandat.
Lily Schwartz Honored
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chairman of Golda Meir chapter of Hadassah. was prawn
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Hollywood, and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and
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The Jewish Floridian ofGrPat.r Fnrt Lauderdale
\wy Queries to Go Unanswered
^ considered Meoachmn
.-. -fl-out his hocking
'|ion to Sadat at Camp
I nf the Sinai Peninsula and
l^tegic Israeli settlements
iMeir, the bulk of Sinai waa
otiable, not only for
iiecurity, but for free world
, is a whole.
jie still been vigorous
Uv the message would be
|iveiy clear, and con-
LWv Begin might then nave
inclined to be leas sub-
ve before the peanut farmer
Georgia, whose texts in
iffairs are not Mettemich
Ralleyrand and Machiavelli,
[Baptist interpolations of the
IT FORM her opposition
I uke is another of the tin-
ned questions that must
,in unanswered in death. But
^d would have heard it and
i heartened not just Begin
Shimon Peres and Moshe
and Ezer Weianan, who
Jaed deaf to it because it was
, i still small voice, and who
singly these days sound
an Israeli Jewish Defense
which is to say heap
iho palaver, but po*y cat
vior.
|tinteresting to note that in
i Meir is being vindicated by
Chief of Intelligence of
US- Air Force. tit ia Gen.
Keegan, who recently
told an international affairs con-
ference at American University
in Washington that the Camp
David accords, particularly con-
cerning the Israeli concession of
the Sinai Peninsula to Egypt, is
"extremely destabilizing and
that it must be viewed against a
backdrop of the most extensive
military preparation in the
history of the Soviet Union.
Keegan describes himself as
probably the only American
privileged to inspect Israel's
three Sinai air bases, including
their early warning network
installations. Two of these fields,
he characterizes as "the most
sophisticated warning systems in
the free world."
ADDS KEEGAN: "With the
surrender of these fields Israel
may not recover her early
warning capability" this
despite the now much-disputed
U.S. offer to replace the bases in
theNegev.
As Keegan sees it, not only will
Israel, and therefore the free
worid, lose this invaluable front
line of defense, but the American
offer to replace the bases appears
now to fall far short of just what
it is intended to replace. The
issue is not bases, but ultra-
sophisticated bases, and Keegan
sees no hope for such an
equivalent replacement. In effect,
the offer is cosmetic, not tactical;
diplomatic, not militarily viable.
In this sense, he told the
conference, the U.S. seems bent
on a course of suicidal behavior in
the Middle East that can only
lead to the destruction of its own
best interests. We are. for
example, sending specialized
technicians to Jordan and Syria
to help the Arabs build a $280
million command and control
system in these countries
financed by Saudi Arabia. In his
view, the system will permit the
forces of Iraq, Syria, Jordan and
Saudi Arabia to unify in another
war against Israel.
"FOR THE last four years,"
he said, meaning since the Yom
Kippur War, "a new Arab
strategy has been evolving on
how to eliminate Israel. The
military plan, formed principally
oy the Syrians and Saudis, has
'een to intrude 15 armored
divisions in another contest with
Israel through the West Bank."
According to Keegan, the joint
command would operate on the
lifeblood of the F-15 jet fighters
promised by the Carer ad-
ministration to the Saudi
Arabians.
Keegan categorically denies
that the F-15 is a defensive
weapon, as President Carter
described the plane when he
pressed for Congressional ap-
proval of the sale. Keegan calls it
one of the world's most for-
midable offensive weapons. His
opinion is far more experienced in
this than Carter's.
NOT MUCH attention ia being
paid to the former Chief of Intel-
ligence on Capitol Hill these
days. Naturally not, since they
run contrary to our peanut petro-
diplomacy.
But there can be little doubt
that President Sadat's reneging
on Article VI of the Camp David
accords, which would deny him
the right to make future treaties
with other nations superseding
the treaty with Israel, or to keep
on a priority basis previous
treaties with Araby against
Israel shows that he has been
listening to people like Gen.
Keegan with great care.
It also shows Camp David to
be a worthless piece of paper.
In the event of a new Arab
round against Israel, peace treaty
or no peace treaty, he could
march right into Israel's back
door from his new front porch
the Sinai Peninsula wrested from
Israel so simply, he had never
imagined he could achieve'it so
simply.
SHE HAS taken many secrets
with her to her grave, but not this
one. For those who bothered to
listen, we can still hear Golda
Meir's shouts of warning against
Israel's wild concessions in the
Sinai for precisely these reasons.
In death, at least on this
question, she speaks out more
eloquently than her physical
suffering permitted her to do in
those last agonizing months here
on earth.
Lebanon's Christian Militia
Supports Israel's Airfield Claim
TEL AVIV (JTA) Maj. Sa'ad Haddad, com-
mander of the Christian militia in south Lebanon, has
substantiated Israel's denial of claims by some Lebanese
leaders that Israel was building an airstrip in south
Lebanon and an anchorage on the coast. Haddad said
these projects were indeed undertaken, not by Israel but
by his own forces.
He claimed the airstrip was necessary because the
United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) has
failed to reopen road connections between north and south
Lebanon. According to Haddad, the roads have been con-
trolled by terrorists since Israel's withdrawal from south
Lebanon.
He said the airstrip and a small anchorage near
Iskandrona village were needed to prevent the isolation of
the Christian enclaves.
Mengele Still Alive
And Still Arrogant
Continued from Page 1-A
Nazis living in the area
lid prevent this.
ETURNING to San Bar-
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om said he saw Mengele
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owner. When he appeared,
i men went inside and locked
^door, and the only reply to his
ck was the sound of closing
in
ilengele is believed to control
"Estrella" Nazi organization
ch possesses an enormous
une earned from the sale of
Its of art looted by the Nazis
[theSecond World War.
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yed an important part in the
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, December
The Cypress Tree Condominium and the State of Israel Bond
Organization paid tribute to Sid and Theresa Fradin with the
Israel Solidarity Award. The Fradins were recognized for their
years of work and for economic support of the State of Israel.
From left are: Jack Ingram, Abe Goldberg, Theresa and Sid
Fradin andJoex Russell.
Abraham Meltzer. (left/ and Benjamin Bernstein fright) were
the chairman and co-chairman of the Beth Torah Tamarac
Jewish Center "Night in Israel" on be/ialf of the State of Israel
Bonds Organization. They received certificates of appreciation
for their dedicated work in making the event a success for the
.Jewish State. Mollie Kantor and Tessie Neufeld were honored
for their long service to the Jewish community. Making the
presentation is Emit Cohen, noted American Jewish folk
humorist.
The David Ben Gurion Award of the State of Israel Bonds
Organization was presented to Sol Hechtkopf for his long and
untiring devotion to the people of Israel and to the American
Jewish community. The award was presented at an Israel
Dinner of State in his honor. From left are Maurice Fromer,
chairman; Mrs. Maurice Fromer; Israel Consul Judith Beilin:
Hechtkopf and Mrs. Hechtkopf.
Nazi Archives
Evidence Proves
Holocaust
NEW YORK Documents
from Nazi archives official
letters, orders, statistical break-
downs which link Adolf Hitler
with the extermination of six
million Jews in the Nazis "final
solution" to the ".Jewish prob-
lem." were presented in a special
press conference at the head-
quarters of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith last week
in New York.
The documents, which also
provide evidence now being
disputed by neo-Nazi revisionist
historians of the existence of gas
chambers and the number and
identity of the victims
slaughtered in the Holocaust,
were discussed by Beate Klar-
sfeld. a non-Jewish German
fighter against anti-Semitism.
BROUGHT together in a
special report edited by Serge
Klarsfeld. a lawyer active in the
hunt for Nazi war criminals, the
documents refute the recent wave
of propaganda seeking to
rehabilitate Hitler and the Nazi
movement.
Published as a book. The Holo-
caust and the \eo-Nazi Mvtho-
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statistics which pinpoint Jewish
mortality up to March 31. 1943.
that were developed for Heinrich
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'Schutzstaffell by the Inspector
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premeditated Nazi murder of
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Federation
Lunch
Continued from Page 1-A
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Are Enrolled at Judaica High School
Bar Mitzvahs
w 75 teenagers have
"in the Judaica High
j according to Rabbi
a Warshaw, diractor. This
increase of more than 60
,tover the previous year, he
, Tuesday evening program
dies is open to all eighth
l pgders in the community
^conducted by the Board of
Jewish Education under a grant
from the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Young people choose from an
elective program of course of-
ferings, which include
"Philosophy of Judaism,"
"Hebrew Ulpan," "Jews Around
the World" and "Israel Through
Song and Dance."
Glenn Golden is offering a
Community Calendar
kmen s Circle membership meeting Hebrew Day School
ftonukahParty-ipm-
_ |e Emonu-EI sponsoring the Florida Pops orchestra at Sunrise
fcwcal Theatre Hebrew Day School Winter Vacation begins
nnse Jewish Center Men's Club breakfast meeting 10a.m.
c.26
ii group ol Hodossoh meeting Shoshana Hadassah meeting
miotion Jewish Congregation Sisterhood bowling Aleph
^jncil B'nai B'rilh Women's meeting Hebrew Day School Board
meeting 8.15p.m. Rayus Hadassah regular meeting
|D. 27
Ifornble
meeting
7
wood East ORT Board meeting Ramaz Hadassah general
g Scopus Hadassah meeting at Margate Jewish Center
Ike. 28
Itemple Emanu-EI Board meeting 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women
iHope Chapter general meeting 1 p.m Deerfield B'nai B'rith
meeting Havenm Hadassah general meeting B'nai B'rith
Pompono i?)*' meeting at Temple Sholom 8 p.m. Shalom
Hodassah Board meeting
special college-level course en-
titled "Israel and the Middle
Last Today." and credit is of-
fered at many colleges for this
class which students take while
still in high school.
Mrs. Tiki Silverman teaches
"Israel Through Song and
Dance an encounter with the
life, culture, values and history of
Israel.
"Jewish Values and Social
Crisis," taught by David
Goldstein, explores the break-
down of the family and sexual
morality, anti-Semitism, Russian
Jewry in Crisis, and assimilation
in America.
Sunrise Jewish
Center Services
Mr. and Mrs. William Men
lelsohn are sponsoring the Oneg
r-habbat following the Friday
night services Dec. 22 at the
Sunrise Jewish Center, in honor
of their 58th wedding an-
niversary. Services begin at 8
p.m.
On Saturday, Dec. 23 Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Honing will sponsor
the Kiddush following the Bar
M it/.van of their twin sons Larry
and Ira at the Temple services,
starting at 8 a.m.
Rabbi Albert Troy, assisted by
Cantor Jack Merchant, will
conduct the services at 8049 W.
Oakland Park.
DOUGLAS ALLEN
Douglas Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Allen, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Dec. 30 at 10:30 a.m.
at Plantation Jewish Congrega-
tion-Temple Kol Ami on 8200
Peters Road. In honor of this oc-
casion, the family will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday,
Dec. 29.
DARIN FINKELSTEIN
On Saturday, Dec. 23. at 10:30
a.m., Darin Finkelstein. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Finkelstein,
will be called to the Torah aa a
Bar Mitzvah at Plantation
Jewish Congregation-Temple Kol
Ami. In honor of this occasion,
Mr. and Mrs. Finkelstein will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing the regular Shabbat
service on Friday, Dec. 22.
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'^T. DecnnUrj
Area Jewish Teachers Learn to Teach Chanukah
An evening of professional
growth was held by the Board of
Jewish Education for teachers in
local Hebrew Schools, Sunday
Schools, Nursery Schools, and
the Hebrew Day School.
Theme of the workshops,
conducted by educational ex-
perts, was 'Teaching Chanukah
Effectively." Rabbi Efraim
Warshaw, director of the Board
of Jewish Education, delivered
the keynote address on the
subject "Chanukah in History."
Four concurrent Chanukah
workshops took place. Mrs. Joan
Bergman presented "Creative
Alone in Oslo
Continued from Page 1-A
ficulties still to be overcome if
peace is to be signed. "We have
now come to a moment of truth in
the peace process which requires
each one of us to take a new look
at the situation."
He added: "I trust that you all
know that when I made my
historic trip to Jerusalem, my
aim was not to strike a deal as
some politicians do. I made my
trip because I was convinced that
we owe it to this generation and
to generations to come
Throughout his nine-page
address, the Egyptian President
did not refer once by name either
to Begin or to the State of Israel.
He reiterated, however, the
known Egyptian demands that
peace should be comprehensive,
just and indivisible.
SAIMT'S message, which ob-
servers in Oslo found harsher in
tone than what had been ex-
pected, twice mentioned the
Palestinians and their problem.
In his recent speeches the
Egyptian President has ab-
stained from doing so in recent
months. Sadat's message said
that the "goal (of the peace
treaty) is to bring security to all
the peoples of the area and to the
Palestinians in particular,
restoring to them all their right
to a life of liberty and dignity.
The Israeli Prime Minister in
his address stressed repeatedly
Israel's deepset desire for peace.
He said "at Camp David, despite
all the differences, we found
solutions for problems, agreed on
issues and the framework for
peace was signed The path
leading to peace was paved."
Begin added that a peace
treaty with Egypt "can serve as
the first indispensable step along
the road towards a com-
prehensive peace in our region."
THE ISRAELI Prime Min-
ister first paid tribute to the
memory of Golda Meir and
stressed that "she strove with all
her heart to achieve peace be-
tween Israel and her neighbors."
The audience, which included
King Olav V, Crown Prince
Harald, and the Norwegian
Prime Minister, rose to their feet
for a minute of silence in tribute
to the late Prime Minister.
Begin also recalled the plight
of Soviet Jewry, which he
stressed "now wants to go home
home to Israel." In the
audience sat, as the Prime Minis-
ter's personal guest, Soviet
activist Silva Zalmanson.
The actual ceremony took
place in a 13th century Nor-
wegian fortress atop a wind-
swept hill overlooking the icy
waters of Oslo fjord. In spite of
the nature of the award, peace,
the Akershus castle compound
looked like a besieged camp with
hundreds of soldiers and police
manning the castle's walls, heli-
copters hovering overhead and
gunboats training their cannons
on the castle from the sea.
SOME OF the Norwegian
guests, less than 100, walked up
to the hill along a snow covered
path. The Israeli and Egyptian
parties came for security reasons
in police guarded buses and cars.
Begin and his wife, Aliza, who
were staying at the Royal Castle
as the King's personal guests,
were flown by helicopter to the
castle.
The award presentation
ceremony took place in a
relatively small, rectangular hall.
Its walls were covered with
French tapestries and its win
dows looked out over the icy
waters of the port and the snow
covered fields which surround the
castle. A small chamber or-
chestra, which sounded all violins
and cellos, played the slow
Nordic music of Grieg and
Sibelius.
BEGIN WAS the first to be
called to the rostrum to receive
the diploma, the Peace Gold
Medal and the approximately
$175,000 check half the prize's
amount. Begin has announced
that he will donate the money to
a special fund to be set up for
retarded children. Sadat has said
that he will use the money for the
development of his native village
in the Nile valley.
Approaches for the Nursery
School." She is past president of
the Jewish Council for Early
Childhood Education.
Mrs. Ruth Levow offered
'Making Learning Materials and
Crafts for Teaching Chanukah."
She founded a Teacher Center at
the Board of Jewish Education in
Milwaukee.
"Dramatics for Creative
Chanukah Teaching" was the
subject of Ms. Stephanie King, a
master teacher from Miami.
Rabbi Warshaw offered a
workshop on "Conveying the
History and Values of
Chanukah." and Mrs. Arlene
Solomon taught Chanukah
songs, both new ones and old
favorites.
This evening is one of a series
of four which are sponsored by
the Board of Jewish Education
under a grant from the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale and in cooperation
with the Central Agency for
Jewish Education in Miami
Teachers participated from
Temple Beth Israel, Temple
Emanuel, Plantation Jewish
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Oldest Symbol in Judaism
Chanukah menoRah is GmBlem of Jewish State
When the State of Israel wu reborn 30 years
Rago. no one had any doubt what the emblem of
P the young State would be.
k The Menorah, the aeven-branch candelabrum
li which was the oldest symbol of Judaism, became
p.' almost automatically the national symbol of the
li; Jewish State, continuing a chain that traces back
H to the time of Sinai.
I FROM THE very beginnings of the Jewish
| faith, the Menorah, aa the symbol of the holy
\ light, has held an important role. It was in the
\ wilderness that God commanded Moses to make a
;' seven-branch candelabrum for the service of the
| sanctuary.
The Divine injunction [Exodus 26:31) reads:
"And thou shall make a candlestick of pure
I gold; of beaten work shall it be made, even its
5 base and its shaft; its cups, its knobs, and its
| flowers shall be of one piece with it."
One RezaM, the son of Uri, the son of Chur.
I was commissioned to carry out the assignment.
| The Talmud gives us the dimensions of this
Menorah. It stood, in our measurements, about
|72 inches high with a spread of 36 inches. Its
[central shaft and six branches were of the same
[height, so that all seven lamps symbolize the
! perfect life. Another interpretation regards the
I Menorah as the symbol of the tree of life, and its
iiyi:ifiYflYrnMi^
branches as representing the planets, the fir-
mament and the days of creation.
FROM THE Sanctuary, the holy Menorah was
subsequently transferred to the Temple. No one
knows what happened to Moses' Menorah, which
disappeared without a trace. According to legend,
it was hidden by the priests before the
Babylonians destroyed the First Temple and sent
the Israelites into exile.
Pillage, persecution, disperskm in' the dr-
cmSStiTsurrounding the Jamjof the first
Menorah. one of the m*m+****5JJ
Jewish art we have in microcosm a history of the
fate that overtook countless ritual objects in the
centuries that followed. Of the Mfg*
Sabres that Hiram of Tyre wrought for King
SJZ of the holy Menorah that stood m
Ht3sTempfeheno trace is left. Indeed, of aj the
works of Jewish religious ^^^^^
and medieval times, a mere handful still exists.
AFTER THE disaster of 70 CE, the rabbis
?laced a ban on exact reproductions of the Temple
Menorah in particular proscribing its use in
synagogues. As V result, relatively few examples
of ^Even-branch candlestick we to be found
although it is frequently represented as a
atorafive or symbol* device. The rabbimc uv
terdktion thus brought into general use the eight-
branch candlestick, which had become important
during the Second Jewish Commonwealth as a
reminder of the Maccabean victory over the
Syrians in 166 BCE. It is this version, known as
the Chanukiah. that is widely used today during
the festival of Chanukah.
The miracle of the Chanukah lights has been
reenacted for over 21 centuries by the lighting of
candles or oil wicks for the eight-day period from
the 26th of Kislev to the 2nd day of Tevet. From
the simple Roman clay burners fashioned by the
early craftsmen were developed Chanukiot in
myriad forms and media.
WHAT IS believed to be the oldest
representation of the Menorah the seven-
branch version appears on coins of the
Hasmonean kings, many of which can be seen in
New York's Jewish Museum.
The earliest actual menorah which has yet to
come to light is one dating from the Second
Century, excavated from a synagogue site near
Tiberias. This menorah, which may well be the
oldest ritual object in existence, is now in the
possession of the Israel Museum. More recently,
fragments of a beautiful stone Menorah were
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Fridy. December!
how Chanukah Candles ape Blessed
THE CHANUKAH candles and the Menorah
are a joy to behold for their intrinsic beaty, as well
as for their symbolic meaning. There are specific
ways of engaging in the candeleighting ritual on
Chanukah.
On the first evening of Chanukah, one candle is
kindled. It is placed on the right of the eight-
branched Menorah, as the Menorah is faced. On
the second and each succeeding night, one more
candle is added to the left of the first. Candles are
lit from left to right.
ON THE LAST night of Chanukah. the last
candle, the one at the extreme left as the Menorah
is faced, is kindled first, then the seventh and so
on, moving toward the right.
The ceremony of kindling the Chanukah lights
is the most significant part of the Chanukah
holiday, and it should be observed in a spirit of
reverence and solemnity. The entire family should
remain standing around the Chanukah Menorah
as the Shamas is lit. the candle which is used to
light the other candles. As this candle is held
aloft, the blessings over the Chanukah lights are
recited.
CHANUKAH BLESSINGS
Baruch ata Adonai, elohenu
melech
ha'ohm, asher kidishanu b'miuVoa,,
vitzivanu Vhadlik ner shel Chanukah.
Blessed art Thou, O Lord, our God
King of the universe, who hast sanctified
us with His commandments and hast
commanded us to kindle the lights of
Chanukah.
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Baruch ata Adonai, elohenu melech
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haolam. she-asah nissim la'avosenu
huyarmm hohem bazman hazeh. aVSenU
Kin^K 3rt ThU- Lxd- our God.
nW-ll H* Un,VerSe' who ^ Performed
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Baruch at a Adonai, elohenu melech
ha'olam, shehecheyanu, v'keymanu,
v'higeyanu lazman hazeh.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort LouderdaU>_
Friday. Decemherai
BEHIND THE dramatic and fast-changing
events affecting Israel's relations to her Moslem
neighbors lie deeply-rooted cultural and religious
differences. Islam, the faith of about 90 percent of
the Arab world, plays a significant role in these
relationships because Islam, perhaps more than
any other, exerts a strong influence over the
political and daily life of the countries in which it
represents the majority.
All Moslem states are by their constitutions
Koranic States, that is, the Koran and Islam
are their Constitution. Thus, when the PLO
speaks of a secular state in Palestine, they are
deceiving the uninitiated world. Egyptian
President Sadat reads through the whole Koran
three times during the holy month of Ramadan.
THE KORAN addresses itself prominently to
the Jews of Mohammed's days whom the
Prophet had called the AM at Kitab, the People of
the Book. Many of the Biblical and Apocryphal
stories related in the Koran especially of
the dRamatic
jewish-moslem
tie in the koRan
By MANFRED R. LEHMAN
Abraham. Joseph. Moses and David have W
traced to the influence of the Jewish merchaJJ
and scholars who were Mohammad's neighbors i
Medinah, to where he had fled from his native <
of Mecca. ***
Although Moslems are commanded Kv
tradition to deny any outside influences on the
authorship of the Koran, modern scholarship -
starting with the epoch-making study in 1890 by
the Jewish-German scholar, Abraham Geig
entitled Judaism and Islam can precisely tract
the roots of theee stories to the Bible and the
midrashic portions of the Talmud.
Thus Mohammed displayed much admiration
for the Jews as God's select nation: "0 children of
Israel! Remember My favor which I bestowed
upon you and that I exalted you above all the
peoples." (Sura 2, verse 48).
IN VIEW of the rabid anti-Zionist propaganda
to which the Moslem world has been subjected (or
so long, it may surprise many that strongly
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-^nist" mmgM are found in the Koran.
For example. Sura (chapter 18) promisee that
the land of Israel will belong to the Jews in the
end of days: "We said to the Children of Israel,
Dwell ye in the Land, and when the time of the
promise of the latter days comes, we shall bring
you together out of various peoples.' {Sura 18,
verse 106). Or, again referrina to the Land of
Israel. "And already have We written in the Book
of David, after exhortation, that my Righteous
servants shall inherit the Land." (Sura 21, verse
10).
The Koran displays no design on the Land of
Israel, nor does it even mention the city of
Jerusalem. On the contrary, examination of the
earliest years of Mohammed's struggle discloses
that he consciously abandoned any interest in
Jerusalem as his capital.
WHEN MOHAMMED was expelled from his
native Mecca, he befriended the powerful Jews of
Medinah and formed a very successful military
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vtsiteHP "i"*1** scientific journals. He
vmted President Sadat and Sheik Al-Azhar
TeltZl:f ^T'r f Arican JeTsh
religious and lay leaders.
alliance with them. It was only due to this
mil tary support rendered by his Jewish allies
if! C!t*,of M*ca was "Ptured. Mohammed
also counted on the Jews to join his religious
movement. m
fa^HZf- ** \lure' lhat the faithful "*
of MeS hart J^TibbU,h ,prayer9) in8tead
111 smce the days when Mecca, with its black
meteorite had become a pagan shrine. Mo-
hammed, however, found after a few years that
the Jews had no interest in his religion and would
continue their loyalty to the ancient Jewish faith.
So, on February 11, in the year 524,
Mohammed lifted this short-lived command and
asked the faithful again only to face Mecca in
their quibblah.
Thus Jerusalem, considered a device to lure the
Jews, was at that time without significance or
sanctity for the Moslems themselves, even
though, according to the Sheik Al-Azliar, the
theological head of Islam and the Al-Azhor
University, "Jerusalem was close to the prophet's
heart."
"O ye who believe, take not the Jews nor the
Christians for friends. They are friends one to
another, and whoso among you take them for
friends is indeed one of them. Verily, Allah guides
not such unjust people!" (Sura 7, verse 52).
THE EARLY successes of Islam brought its
armies quickly into the very heart of Europe. By
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Coral Ridge
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2631 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
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564-0548
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Boca Raton 33431
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8535 Lawrence Rd.,
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318 Southwest 14th Avenue
Pompano Beach 33060
782-0800
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Friday. December!
Holiday Glamor
The Staff of
Gait Tower Beauty Salon and
Hay den Salon of Beauty
Wishes You A Joyous Chanukah
Star Coiffures
and Boutique
3351 B Gait Ocean Drive Fort Lauderdale
(across from Gait Mile Hotel)
Complete Line of Boutique Items
"A Full Service Salon"
For Appointment Call 563-7888
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A Peaceful and Happy Chanukah
Broadband
Engineering Inc.
1525 CYPRESS DRIVE
JUPITER 33458
747-5000
BUCK'S
Delicatessen
And Catering
3340 NORTH FEDERAL HWY
AT THE NEW BOCA PLAZA
BOCA RATON 33432
392-4611
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and Customers For
A Happy A Peaceful Chanukah
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A-l Ocean
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Retail Fresh Fish
531 North Dixie Hwy.,
Lake Worth 33460
588-1679
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for a Happy Chanukah
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Milligan
Associates
WOOD-MODE CABINETRY
12170 U.S. Hwy.
GEORGE MILLIGAN
North Palm Beach, Fla. 33408
1-626-2518
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South Florida
Leasing & Rentals
200 E. Sunrise Boulevard Phone 764-5992
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Greenstein Trucking
Company
NATIONWIDE HAULING
280 Northwest 12th A venae
Pompano Beech 33061
946-3520
SAM & BEA AMIRA
SERVICES
4350 NE 5th Ta
Oakland Park 33334
561-0566
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McDonald
Distributors
Electrical
Wholesalers
990 N.W. 36th Street
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33308
563-1256
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Boehm Bros. Sunoco
Service Station
7200 Teft St., Hollywood 33024
981-9860
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Jim Strom's
Fine Used Furniture
Ft.Landerdak3S3*|
1314 NE 17th Coart
524-3073
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3136 Ravenewood Road
Ft. Laadordale 33315
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City National
Bank of
Lauderhill
4200 N.W. 16th Street
Lauderhill, Florida 33313
Phone: Broward County 733-8800
Dade County 944-1429
MINIBANK:
5201 N.W. 19th Street
Lauderhill, Florida 33313
Phone:484-1800
Member of F.D.I.C.
The Staff and Directors
Extends Best Wishes
To Our Jewish Friends
For A Peaceful and
Happy Chanukah
The First Federal
Savings and Loan Association
of Delray Beach
645 East Atlantic Blvd. Delray Beach 33444
276-6311
"Your Interest Is Our Daily Concern"
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(Nebraska Meats
Chuck Wood, Owner
1 "17 Northlake Blvd. 848-7505
North Palm Beach, Fla. 33408
Mr. Chuck Morris
Extends Best Wishes
to His Jewish Friends
& Customers
Lord's Jewelrs
1918 E. Sunrise Boulevard
In Gateway Shopping Center
Highest Pricet Paid for Your Precious Jewelry
Phone Stewart MinUer 764-6750
Chanukah Greetings
Chanukah Greetings
To Our Customers and Friends
Mahnke's Prosthetic-
Orthotics, Inc.
15N.E. 45th Street
Snite 108-110
IEALTH AND HAPPINESS FOR CHANUKAH
SWENSEN'S
Ice Cream Factory
2477 EAST SUNRISE BLVD..
FORT LAUDERDALE 33304
566-1847
Powell Motor
Company Inc.
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1333 N. Federal Hwy.
Ft. Lauderdale
33338
564-3221
Best Wishes
for a Peaceful
and Happy Chanukah
Chanukah Greetings
To Our Customers & Friends
Delray Beach
Farm Supply Inc.
1701 West Atlantic Avenue
Delray Beach 33444
276-5282
A Happy and Htalthv Chanukah
To All Our Customer,
Colonial Insurance
Counsellors, Inc.
351 N. State Rd. 7
5874690
Bruce Taylor
Joel K Rot man
AlRotman
Plantation 33318
Happy Chanukah
Coral Ridge
Interiors
5401 N. Federal Hwy. Fort Laoderdale, FL 33308
491-5331
Chanukah Greetings To All
Alden House
Nursing Home
1800 Eaet Oakland Park Blvd.
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DRS. BRATTER A GOLDBERGER, P.A.
Optometrists
A Happy, Joyous, Prosperous A
Healthy Chanukah to the Jewish Community
4232 N. State Rd. 7 (441) Shape of Oriole Estates
Florida 7314255
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Dr. Ronald A. Fisher
CHIROPRACTOR PHYSICIAN
By Appointnent
Phone 565-8122
Gah Ocean Mis
S305NES3fdSt
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Culligan
For Finest Water
112 S.W 12th Street
Phone 522-2646
Gait Ocean Mile
Hotel Beauty Salon
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Jewish-moslem tie
Continued from Page 5-B
then, the faithful had declared it their sacred duty
to make Islam a world religion. World conquest
became a religious command through the means
of the Jihad the Holy War.
Until this goal is achieved, the world is divided
into two spheres: Dor el Islam, the sphere of the
Moslems, and Dor el Harb, the sphere of War or
Destruction reserved for all infidels.
The interrelationship between these two
spheres has occupied the minds of Moslem
legalists and theologians for centuries. How could
political independence whether by Jews in
Israel or Christians in Lebanon be tolerated on
territory over which Dar el Islam had
sovereignty?
The answer given has always been: they will be
tolerated, but only as dhimmis, second-class
citizens subject to jihaz (heavy, discriminatory
taxes) and to curtailment of their reli-u
social rights. r "NM
THE MYTH of the Golden Age 0f j.
Moslem relations refers, at best u
century-long period in far-off Spain,' ^
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720 East McNab Road
Pompano Beach 33060
781-0990
Mr. Frank O'Brien and Staff,
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3550 S. Ocean Blvd.
Palm Beach, Fla. 33481
582-5631
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Warren Uniform Company
'We Rent Work Clothes'
Happy
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1200 South Dixie Hwy.
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j u> a small class of scholars and diplomats
fh* Jewish masses always suffered
Semination and persecution, even in moderr
Those Jews who have remained in Cairo
Example, face miserable living conditions in
toHarrt al Yahud (the Jewish ghetto). Jewish
refugee1- might ** readmitted to Cairo and might
ksve 'nc>r 8noP9 *n(' chools m l^e Haret al
Yahud returned, according to the Sheik Al-Azhar.
f Israel surrenders to Moslem demands. (One of
[he best sources on Moslem relations to Jews and
Christians is the book The Law of War and Peace
Uk"i. by Majid Khadduri, Johns Hopkins
University Press, Baltimore, 1955.)
Obviously, most Moslems today are not aware
.( ,he warm sentiments for Jews expressed at
Wast in the early portions of the Koran nor of the
orurinal Jewish-Moslem alliance which was so
inwortant to Islam's initial success. This
and an appreciation for the great
to Judaism which the Koran
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realization,
indebtedness
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and Happy Chanuhah
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HAPPY CHANUKAH
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betrays would surely generate much needed
sympathy and friendship between followers of the
two religious.
THE RECENT AGREEMENT between
1 resident Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin may provide the first step
towards an enlightened reappraisal of the
religious factors which have influenced the
history of Jews and Moslems for the last 1,300
years. In fact, Sadat sent this author, who was
part of the American Jewish delegation to Egypt,
a book whose premise could lead to a reversal of
the Jihad psychology towards Jews and Israel.
In the book. The Religion of Islam, by Maulana
Mohammed Ali, Jihad is defined as a drive to
ensure religious liberty for Moslems in non-
Moslem countries: to protect Mosques from
destruction, to guarantee the continuance of
Koranic education for children, among other
things.
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Moslem shrines are not only meticul ;ly
protected, but also restored and enlarged id
Moslem education is encouraged.
By this definition, then, it is clear thai he
Jihad has no j unification in the case of I
and was undoubtedly only intended to be
against pagans and idolators. Once Isrn is
recognized and .lumitted freely into the fam A
Near Eastern nations, the Jihad should
again be mentioned in connection with the J<- ;h
State.
HOPEFULLY, after peace is eatabh rhad
between Egypt and Israel, those nations will turn
their attention to their common religious and
cultural roots, and plan toward close cooperation,
in the spirit of mutual respect and tolerance. If
that happens, the world may look forward to a
true Jewish-Moslem Golden Age which will
benefit not only the masses of people in the whole
Near East, but also the world at large.
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Ft. Lauderdale 33i
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Pillage, persecution, dispersion in the circumstances surrounding the
loss of the first Menorah, one of the earliest-recorded works of Jewish
art, we have m microcosm a history of the fate that overtook countless
ritual objects m the centuries that followed. Of the ten great candelabras
that Hiram of Tyre wrought for King Solomon, of the holy Menorah that
stood in Herod's Temple, no trace is left.
ikah lamps in the world is to be found today
^Jewish Museum in New York. The Fifth
venue mansion, former home of the Warburg
nkmg family, and now under the sponsorship of
Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
Questionably constitutes the greatest archive
Jewish religious art in the Western hemisphere.
HERE WE find such rarities as a four foot high
Menorah which stood in a synagogue in
land nearly 300 years ago. Three lions support
!h*vv cast base, and its arms are elaborately
rned with bird-heads, leaves, flowers and
re eights. The great construction is topped by
bird with outstretched wings.
Another Chanukah lamp from 17th Century
Hsmburg has the figure of Judas Maccabee aa a
Lai Judith is a popular subject with German
{raftsmen and one 18th Century silver Menorah
Ln Frankfort-on-Main has not only a statue of
JiT Jewish heroine flourishing her sword and
iriumphantly faring aloft the head of
Holofernes, but also features Biblical scenes with
Jacob and Rebecca in red and white enamedled
medallions on the base.
Menorot designed for the home were naturally
on a smaller scale than those intended for
synagogue use. Household menorot were also
frequently designed with a back wall as a safetv
precaution. *
DO THESE historic menorot with their lively
often very ornate embellishments, constitute
great art'' Perhaps the majority would fail this
classification. Jewish craftsmen, usually the
subject of cUscrimination and barred from guilds
were often behind the mainstream of the art of
their times. Stylistically and technically the
purist can find many features to fault in these
treasured words.
Yet they are treasures in the finest sense -
works of art made with love and enthusiasm and
expressing a deep religious corumtment. a living
art responsive to a living religion No
symbol ol the undying spirit of Judaism coula
have been chosen as the emblem of the State of
Israel.
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HOLLYWOOD 33021
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For A Peaceful and Happy Chanukah
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392-3688
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May the glow of freedom
for all be reflected in
the Chanukah lights
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4549 Linton Blvd.
Delray Beach 33444
278-2818
Chanukah Greetings to all
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600 Ansin Blvd.
Hallandale 33009
454-9935
Best Withes From All Of Us,
to Our Jewish Friends and Customers
for a Peaceful and Happy Chanukah
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