The Jewish Floridian of South Broward

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The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood
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Vol. 13, no. 23 (Nov. 11, 1983)-
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of South Broward
Number 2
Hollywood. Florida Friday, January 20. 1984
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Price 36 Cents
mdale s home
ted cantor
ine baritone sounds
kntor Zvi Adler, who
! recently served the
li Beach congregation
iple Emanu-EI. will
sounding at Hallan
lewish Center begin
:eb. 1. Adler, by age 5
Committed to memory
[the liturgical prayers.
14.
\3 worst year
[Soviet Jews
ioviet Union's har
treatment in many
is coming down
(that country's 2
>n captive Jews,
lent Yuri Andropov is
ime. says the
taal Conference on
it Jewry. Page 3.
to attend
lot Shalom
ii Levine, the first
in ever to serve as
lal executive of the
ican Jewish
ress, will be visiting
Broward Feb. 9 to
at the Women's
B'not Shalom
ieon. Approximately
jwish Federation of
Broward women are
ir her address at
:tions on the Bay in
I. Page 3.
le of freedom
13 Jews
I of 33 Argentine
|h prisoners whose
N appear on a list
('led by the Anti-
nation League are
ree, thanks to the
Argentine gover
|t. At least 900 other
b still behing bars.
reports. Page 7.
'Tlje Precious Legacyf
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Federation planning
special showings of
Judaic -a at Bass
i.'w muM-um collections in the world can adequately
document the breadth and depth <>t one people I culture.
rhii i^ aepedaUy true oi Judaica collection* became the
Holocaust destroyed more than 90 percent of Kuropean
Jewry I material culture.
In the entire world, there is only one collection that of
the Cxechoakn ak State which has the scope and quality
to illustrate the vibrancy and continuity of Jewish life.
Mote than ;I50 historical and artistic objects from the
collection will be shown in Miami Beach when The
Precious legacy: Judaic Treasures from the Czechoslovak
State Collection" opens at the Bass Museum of Art Jan
Jl. where it will be on view throuigh March 21.
"The Precious Legacy" is the result of Project Judaica.
chaired by Mark B. Talisman, who negotiated with the
Czechoalovak Socialist Republic for 15 years to bring the
exhibition to this country.
The exhibition, which has been organized by the
Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, in
cooperation with the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, will
also tr;i\ iU other citiaa. I hi- national corporate
sponsor is Philip Morria, Int
The Jewish Federation of South Broward has secured
several dates at the Bass Museum, when it will sponsor
special events for its various divisions.
Premiere (lifts i$10,000 minimum) contributors will be
attending an exclusive showing with Talisman as tour
guide on Tuesday. Jan. ill.
Federation supporters will be leaving together from the
JFSB building at 6 p.m. After the tour at the Bass, a
cocktail reception at the Konover Hotel will give Premiere
(oft-, contributors the opportunity to speak personally
with Talisman.
The Community Relations Committee of JFSB will be
attending "Precious Legacy" on Tuesday. Feb. 14. with
buses leaving the Federation building at noon. For CRC
reservations, contact Melissa Martin at 921-8810.
For other Federation contributors, every Thursday
morning in February, the 3rd. 10th, 17th and 24th, buses
will be leaving JFSB headquarters. Reservations are a
must: contact Reva Wexler at 921-8810.
Ironically, this one-of-a-kind collection of religious
Continued on Page 6
9 84 Campaign nears $3 million
-pledges up 21% over last year
At better than $2.86 million, the United
Jewish Appeal Jewish Federation of South
Broward 1984 Campaign is running 21
percent ahead of laat year's record-breaking
effort. Ted Newman. Campaign chairman,
reports.
"Thia is due to the extraordinary
dedication of Campaign workers on the
Beach, in the Metropolitan area*, out Weet
arid the Women's Division." Newman said
In announcing progress to date, the
Campaign chairman noted that thib year s
goal of $6.5 million is definitely within
reach. He said examples of his optimism in
the Campaign to benefit the Jewish
communities in South Broward. Israel and
worldwide is baaed on "outstanding per-
formances at the Premiere Gifts Dinner.
HiUcrest. Hollybrook. Emerald Hills.
Shomrai and. of course, the Missions
Program.
"This is not to demean other areas of the
Campaign.'" Newman said "Only to petal
Continued on Page 12 Ted Nev a


January
22. Sunday
23, Monday
25, Wednesday
26, Thursday
27, Friday
29. Sunday
31. Tuesday
Temple Solel 11 tn Grade Pos:
Confirmation Class meets a"
10:45 am
Youth and Issues is topic ot Don
Samuels. Broward School Board,
at Workman s Circle young mem-
bers meetinq at Inverrary School.
Lauderhill. 11 a.rr
International Music Festival'
features three cantors at Temple
Sinai. 8 p.m.'
American Jewish Congress.
Hollydale Chapter, welcomes
new director Dennis Wald at
Galahad South, noon, call
454 7254
Lettie Horwitz Scholarship Lun
cheon at Temple Solel. 11 a.m..
call 9890205
International Buffet Luncheon
and Card Harty. Temple Israel of
Miramar Sisterhood, noon, call
961-1700
Dolls for Democracy.' Grand
People of Temple Solel. 730 p.m.
Rummage and White Elephant
Sale at Temple Beth El. 9 am
noon.
Annual Shabbat Dinner. Temple
Beth Ahm. 6 p.m.; services to
follow; call 431-5100
Temole Beth El Dinner-Dance-
Cocktail Party. SDonsored b\
Brotnernood 6 30 d rr
Tne Precious Legacy Premeire
Gifts lour. Jewish Federation o'
Soutn Browarrj 6 p.m.;
call 921-8810
Your Community Caienoa' welcomes news o< you' Je*isn
teo organization Alt meetings times and tnei' locations snouid De
directed to Steve Katon associate editc at me Jewisn Federation
ot South Broward. 2719 Hollywood Blvd Calendar intormation must
t>e recwed at least two weeKs before publication date
"Looking at the World Through
Jewish Eyes"
A Contemporary Lecture Series For Adults
Offered to the Community By
Jewish Community Centers of South Broward
and
Jewish Federation of South Broward
"The Modem Jewish Family"
(Oy Veyl So Many Problems!)
Augusta Zimmerman. LCSW, Coordinator of Enrichment
Program, Jewish Family Service.
Monday, January 30th, 10-11:00 a.m.
"Children of the Holocaust"
(Now After All These Yesrs)
Marta Stern, Child of a Survivor
Monday, February 6th, 10-11:00 a.m.
Frea Admission.
Lectures to be held at the JCCa of South Broward
2S36 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood.
Call 921-6511
For More Information
?
MORE THAN $100,000 was raised last week as the men's club at HallandaW,
(enter held a breakfast in behalf of the United Jewiah Appeal-Jewish Fk*
South Broward 19K4 Campaign Shown |from left) are Royal Kweit, ro-chairmi
club; Ed (JinfiburK. chairman; Ted Newman. Federation Campaign rhairmu.
Broth, president of the club; Rabbi Carl Klein; and Barney Levine. co-chairman
CAMPAIGN
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Mm and arol (.arber ami
Bernard and < 'i^ii < ioktbergei ."
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an- Mel and Lucile Baer
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Jewish I-ederalion of South
liroward 19H4 Campaign on Sun
day. Jan 29, at 11 a m al the
recreation hall
Contact Sidney (.rwnfield at
Federation 921-KM 10. for more
information
Fairways Roy ale
A complimentary breekful is
planned Sunday. Jan 22. at 10
am at Fairways Hoy ale in behalf
of the United Jewiah Appeal
Jewish Federation of Soulh
Broward 19M Campaign
According to F.dwin Gold,
chairman resident Harry
liauptman will be honored'
duesl speaker
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J. Friday. January 20. 1984
ThtJtwith Floridian of South Broward
Page 3
re harassment,
tw assaults mar
viet Jews' year
\ndropov to blame, report says
YORK (JTAI -
up harassment of Jews
onslaught" of anti-
propaganda using
and neo-Nazi themes
t hi' year 1983 for Jews in
,1ft Union, the National
Pncr on Soviet Jewry
Ahram. conference
in. said in releasing a
Id report that 1983 -
[coincided with the first
power <>f Soviet President
indropov was marked
denial of exit visas U> all
landfill of Jews and strong
in discourage and inhibit
>m applying to emigrate"
lr-h measures against
^king to express their cul-
il religious heritage."
alarming hate campaign
lews using Zionism as
tensihle target and port
[Jewi as potential traitors
a let motherland ."
ftenaified efforts to reduce
fciiunale contacts between
lews and Jews living
ftn^h Dec 12. Jewish
it.i m from the USSR
onl) 1,284 the lowest
figure smie records have
lept on the Soviet Jewry
|t urn iiiii\ eiiM'nt
the tirst time in I9BS,
Int; to the repot, the
11 ss described as suIht
ind miithet ical to Soviet
private and unofficial
< nl Jewish history and
lie I SSH drive against
Ig ol Hebrew i ulnunut
|l trial ol losil Ik-gun. a
ii InMi.it a tan who be-
came a self-taught hut unlicensed
Hebrew teacher in Moscow.
MegUn. who first applied to
emigrate to Israel in 1971. was
sentenced to a maximum prison
term of seven years in a labor
camp and five years of internal
exile for anti-Soviet agitation."
The most disturbing aspect of
Andropov's Jewish policy." the
report said, "concerns the call in
an 'appeal' issued by the Anti-
Zionist Committee for a massive
propaganda effort for the poli
tieal unmaskuig of Zionism.'
The report added:
Judaism is seen as the source
ol Zionist evil;' the Torah and
Talmud are presented as works
preaching racism, hatred and
violence The committee's June 6
press conference signaled a
heightened onslaught of the
media offensive
In a particularly vicious at-
tack. (Committee) Chairman
Dragunsky labeled Zionism a
man hating ideology' based on
t lie Ideal and methods of
Hitler The report continued:
Much of the propaganda
Continued on Page 11
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'SENIKS On Tuesday. Feb. 7. at 7:30 p.m. an
Hie underground theater presentation from the
In ion will be performed at HaUandale Jewiah
The presentation of mime and aong will star Olga
tvgeny Koxhevnlkov and is called 'The Refueenike.'
b boated by the Jewiah Center and aponeored by
vet Jewry Committee of the Jewiah Federation of
Broward.
HILLCREST WOMEN, 91 strong, pledged $204,950 for the United Jewish Appeal-
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1984 Campaign at the Women's Division $1,000
Cocktail Party. This Hillcrest Pacesetter event plays a major part in the UJA-
Federation effort. Chairman Marc Gilbert said. Shown here (standing) are Evelyn
Stieber, W-D vice president, campaign; Dorothy Chernuchin, Hillcrest chairman;
Joyce Starr, guest speaker; and Gert Entin, arrangements chairman. Seated are (from
left | Lillian Koffler, Nellie Shaler and Birdie Fell, Pacesetter co-chairmen.
Attorney-author will address
'84 B 'not Shalom Luncheon
Naomi Levine, the first woman *r%3fiSSr^??*" '*^8@fe- f" A fVUPA WL nN
ever to serve as national execu- ^t^BSaal *"lW^ vil'l" rYm\^f\
live director of the American j-^J^sBm&fc' /Tujm\ af"M aVT>4^ OA
Jewish Congress, will address the ^^JHt." jj^flL*^ (rT^V V-'L BT^J CJ1
Women's Division Knot Shalom i^nassi%Al;nBiW^ % a. -----^^
Luncheon Thursday. Feb. 9. at
Reflections on the Bay in Miami.
Mrs Levint, an attorney and
author, is vice president of New
York University in charge of
external affairs. She formerly was
director of the Commission on
Urban Affairs of AJCongress,
and for many years was assistant
professor in race relations at
John Jay College of Criminal
Justice
She will be talking to approx-
imate^ 600 contributors to the
United Jewish Appeal-Jewish
Federation of South Broward
1984 Campaign. women who
deem it most important to sup-
port Jewish causes in Israel, the
local community and worldwide.
The B'not Shalom Luncheon
draws together five levels of
giving through the Women's
Division: Tamid ($365 minimum,
a new division); Yonah ($500
minimum): Meir ($1,000 mini
mum): Chai ($1,800 minimum)
and Shosona ($2,000 minimum)
According to Arrangements
Chairman Delia Rosenberg, in
charge of Tamid are Merle
Orlove and Brenda (ireenman;
for Yonah. Janie Berman and
Lila Zedeck are chairmen; for
Meir. Arlene Ray is leader: for
Chai. leader is Susen Grossman;
Rosenberg Orlove
Naomi Levine
and for Shoshana. Beverly
Shapiro is in charge.
The chairmen are expecting
more than 600 women at Reflet
tions on the Bay. hailed by
restaurant critics as one of the
finest eateries in the Southeast
Zedeck
Grossman Shapiro
Penny project closing In on 6 million
The B'nai B nth Youth Org-
anization has just stepped up its
Six Million Pennies Project and
has targeted July 1984 for its
completion The project is de-
signed to collect six-million pen
nit one penny to represent
the life of each Jew who perished
in the Nazi Holocaust
The six Millmn Pennies
Project was bom three years ago
when B nai B'rith youth found it
difficult to fathom the concept of
so many lost lives. In order to
rvalue the enormity of the mas
acre of six-million Jews, they
decided to collect something to
represent and visually demon-
strate such numbers. The idea of
pennies became significant when
the youth realized they could
donate the pennies to a charity to
preserve the memories of the six
million.
Shari (idler and Keith Waaser-
strom. chairman of the Six-Mil-
lion Pennies Project, are enthu-
siastic about completing the task
by the summer of 1984. "So far,
we have over one million pennies,
and with some hard work from
Gold Coaat Council BBYO. I'm
sure we can reach our goal," Ms.
Oilier said.
BBYO has received donations
to this cause from as far many as
New Jersey and Berkeley. Calif.
and anticipates even more
national participation this year
Wasserstrom said he would like
to involve the entire South
Florida community in the collec-
tion process. He and Ms. Giller
have just formed a speakers
bureau of youth who will visit
other clubs and organizations to
publicize the project and enlist
more community support.
In the past month. Young
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Friday. January 20, 1984
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Number 2
Laying new bait
for King Hussein
One does not have to be a seer to divine the in-
tentions of the Reagan administration in the Mideast
as 1984 limps onto the world scene. The Marines
remain under fire in Lebanon; the electorate is
restless and would like to see them headed home; in
an election year, it is never bad form to try to give
the electorate what it wants.
The recent lovefest in Cairo between a beaten and
chastened Yasir Arafat and President Hosni
Mubarak looking for a way back into the Arab fold
that would not infuriate Uncle Sam provided its own
set of signals. While Israel fumed at the sight of the
terrorist and the leader of the only Arab nation to
make peace with the Jewish state exchanging em-
braces, the United States applauded.
There are indications that the United States was
not surprised by the Arafat-Mubarak meeting and
indeed might have had a role in its planning. The
Reagan administration certainly had its own
messages to send.
The much-maligned Reagan peace plan of Sep-
tember 1982 remains on the table in the high-stakes
poker game that is Mideast diplomacy. If Egypt can
help nudge a heretofore stubbornly negative Arafat
into an arrangement whereby Jordan's King Hussein
can enter the negotiations with the blessing of at
least part of the PLO. Reagan's plan could breathe
new life.
This is diplomatic hardball realpolitik with a
vengeance. The message to the bewhiskered.
beleaguered terrorist without a base is clear. Play a
more positive role as a representative of Arab and
Palestinian "moderation" or disappear from the
scene without a trace. It is a scenario that at least
keeps Arafat on stage for a while.
Syria, of course, will try to stymie U .S. plans to
widen the peace process. The Syrian-backed PLO
rebels will scream "traitor" at their former leader. To
Israel, understandably, any discussions that involve
Arafat or the PLO are a shameful travesty, and so we
are likely to see new Israeli-U.S. tensions develop.
In any event. Hussein remains the key player, and
Reagan will continue a concerted effort to entice him
into the game.
Middle East: Some things just
never seem to change
By MORRIS JAMITAY
Special lo The FVoridian
Judging by recent event, in the MtfdtoM. it
would seem me things, unfortunately. never
change
For instance, a beaded Y.sir *******
evacuated from Lebanon, this time under^the
United NatiaOJ fla* Shortly thereafter, Arafat
proclaims a great political virtorj,. as *-
warmlv embraced by President Mubarak
Again, defeated in battle and exiled **J
resurrected politically not only by hg> pt but
more importantly by th, United States whjrh
hails the Arafat Mubarak ^W*"%V
forward in the quest for peace in the Middle ha*
Meanwhile, on laradeeaateni border. JordM s
King Huaaain I- making tha now old new hints
thai ha i- prepared to disc ,-- a peace settlement
The Saudis, we an told, are also continuing!to
user) their moderating"innuanceinthe-Middle
l ,,st while al the same tune bankrolling the
Syrians and their PLO aurrogalea rheee
similarities to the situation a year ago *"
. .mplete without yet another I S Mid.
nvo) reim enl ing 11"' haal i"',"r'' 'i,s",v"""
the extent ol \rabduplicity in the nagoUttng
game
\nd finally. we h..\ a the reeusi ital ion ol tha ill
oonceived Reagan P< ace Plan
All of thia deja vu. curiouah enough cornea
immediately after a newer* oM s Israel
coopoaration which we alaohad in 198
Incidentally administration spokesman BOH
msist m the fate ol W> protests, that this latest
era is not new after all
Given this dismal background there is scant
reason 10 believe that the joint I S Israel
working group* meeting this week to implement
the Shamir Keagan understanding on strategu
cooperation *ill amount to much
As long as an American administration can be
misled into believ ing that genuine peace
arrangements can be worked out with the likes of
Arafat and Assad and that the Saudis and
Jordanians can be relied upon to protect U s
intereeU. self defeating policiea will conta*.,
be perpetuated m the Middle East The g^/
is how many time* must the same )JmZ*i
learned? ^"*,b
The Jeeee Jackson "coup" in Damaarq,
whatever else its political conaequencw, Dwi
viewed as another manifestation of black J>
estrangement over M iddle East policM
Although the mainstream and more r_
black leadership still maintains iutieuotkj"
lilx-ral Jewish community and expresses fa*
support for Israel, the more radical 'Irniaiii
including Jackson, have made it clear that t
sympathies lie elsewhere
President Assad of Syria was not only l_^
to embarrass the US government hj rjk-wal
the downed U S airman he was slsoshos
appeal mtion for Jackson s pn> Arab stance
was exemplified by Jackson s statement upcij]
return to the I mted States that it wa^roMv
have a Middle Past policy that \.its oat
ountr> meaning Israel, and in< ilai"S|
oiintnes. meaning the Arab nations
I here ia ,i para generation of black leadt-Ninl
thai sr*niis 1.1 have forgotten the major con-
trilaitions made t thia country b} *unerican Jews sJeooin
is the support given in ( ongn-.s hj Jewish
legislators >n those issues of importance to
Macks In act. a survey three >ears igooftat|
voting rSC irds of black and Jewish represen-
tatives dei uinstrated that Jewish support oak
vote* tor blacks was much greater than vn
versa
diven this historical perspective and havmfl
tMiih exiierienced discrimination, it a not
unreasonable to expect greater understandinj |
from black Americans of the emotional Ues
\meru an Jews feel for Israel So when th rfntl
major black candidate for the president) an
l>raced Vasair Arafat, and was welcomed xl
ln arms in Damascus, there is ample ntni|
lie disappointed
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Mil ^-1
Here's what a Jew is
About Jews:
If the statistics are right, the Jews constitute but
one quarter of one percent of the human race. It
suggests a nebulous dim puff of star dust lost in the
blaze of the Milky Way. Properly, the Jew ought
hardly to be heard of, but he is heard of, has always
been heard of; he is as prominent on the planet as
any other people, and his impotence is extravagantly
out of proportion to the smallcess of his bulk.
H is contributions to the world's list of great names
in literature, science, art, music, finance, medicine
and abstruse learning are also very out of proportion
to the weakness of his numbers. He has made a
marvelous fight in this world in all ages, and has
done it with his hands tied behind him. He could be
vain of himself and be excused for it. The Egyptians,
the Babylonians and the Persians rose, filled the
planet with sound and splendor then faded to dream
stuff and passed away The (Greeks and the Romans
followed and made a vast noise and they are gone:
Other peoples have sprung up and held their torch
high for a time but it burned out. and they sit in
twilight now. or have vanished.
The Jew saw them all. survived them all. and is
now what he always was. exhibiting no decadence, no
infirm it ies of age. no weakening of his parts, no
slowing of his energies, no dulling of his alert and
aggressive mind. All things are mortal but the Ji
all other forces pass, but he remains.
What is the secret of his immortality"'
MARK TWAIN
Harper's magazine
September 1891
(Submitted by Sid Arrow.
Hollywood 1
Letters
nUMMt. The.lru fal *]
One lac-i of our rich J
cultural heritage has
brought to South a**
the writings of the commuruy
,wn \bha Hen ^ *mm "T
Halpernl The ^Pen"^iU)i
obaars atJoas commumesuw
ofusbv Mr Halpenimttstaf
unrecognised
Others in this commun
should MM* Mr llslpw"/;
and share their Unkagai
those of us who are nil'*
American. Th.JhF
m to be commended for >i
port of thia moat ente
and enlightening eanss
RONALDJ ROTHSCHll


.-wood. Friday. January *0, 1984
The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Wlybrook woman
serve in Israel
Page 5
Schoenfeld of Holly-
has devoted a good deal of
to Jewish causes Her late
ind. Mel. for 25 years served
jommunitiea of St Louis,
[real and Miami as u Jewish
junal worker
t Mrs Schoenfeld is going
Irael to help out on an army
I saw the story in The
sh Unndian (Dec.'9. 19831
decided to investigate. Mrs.
i-i!i>-lii said.
ider the headline "Volun-
tor Israel send urgent call.'
Lrt ii le lold of the severe man-
L shortage Israel is expe-
ting because of the army's
pnuing presence in U-hanon.
r local office of Volunteers
Israel is located at the Fort
lerdale JCC on Sunrise Boul-
A call there from Mrs.
iTifeld l>egan her efforts.
i- now enrolled to travel to
Tel Aviv to serve as a civilian in
the military She will |- taking
|>\ er the duties usuallv performed
by reservists in the army
maintenance corps.
She i- h) sen. 2\ days as a
volunteer Her onl\ COM will be a
subsidized fare and a $20 regis-
tration fee Food, lodging, tour-
ing and Shahbat with Israeli
families will he supplied by the
military
Mrs. Schoenfeld will work five
and a half days a week, including
eight hours a day of supervised
manual labor
Mrs Schoenfeld. whose hus-
band was campaign director for
the Jewish Federation of (.renter
Miami. is greatly looking
forward to her adventure.
The Volunteers for Israel can
be reached at 792-8700. ext. 25. or
974-1984
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week on 'Time. Space and Judaism.' The speaker is flanked by hosts Shelly and Lynda
Levin and Cheri Rothschild, chairman (right).
Hillcrest Campaign on the move
The people who are working to
raise $1 million for the United
Jewish Appeal-Jewish Feder-
ation of South Hroward 19H4
( ampaign at Hillcrest are listed
below.
\ total of $500,000 already has
been pledged.
The campaigners. in
alphalietical order, are:
Robert tbakw, Godfrey
\ugusius. Lao Halkin. Louii
liat/.ar. I harles Herman. Joseph
Block. Joseph Bloom. l)r Meyer
iiogarail. i)r Harry Hoorstein.
Sul Borstain, I'hilip liraunatein.
Daniel Brock l^ouis M rooks.
Menjamin liuren and Bernard
Busch.
( harles ( hamn Sam Cohen
Tom Cohen. Spencer Daniels. Sol
Diamond. Michael Dronsick
Harr> bpatcin. I'hilip Keibusch.
Harvey Fall, lr\inK I-inker
Abner Friedman. Dr J. Savin
(iarber. Dr Max Geller. Marc
Gilbert. Julius Giller. Sid Gin-
sburg. Morris (iodfried. (ieorge
(ioldstein. Charles (ioodman.
Paul S (ioodman. Stuart Gould
and I)r Charles (iradinger
Bruo Hauler. Ber. Ilaiblum.
Milton Herman. Morns Hertz.
Leon Hottman Sam llofman. Al
I /eii -on. Philip Jacobs l)r l^eo
lacobson, lr Louia Kaplan. Hy
Kautf. Paul Kleinman ( harles
Knopf, Sol Kotflcr. David Korn.
Sam Koiier Irving Krassner.
\lfred Kmnovet Mm Kropveld
and Sam Krupnick
Dr Milton l.andon. Joel
Landrat Herman i.azarus.
Bernani l.a/ri-. Ira l.echlman.
Jack l.eoponi Jack Lichtenstein,
lien l.ieberman. William Marks.
Ben Meyers. David Meyers
Bernard Mirochnuk Ben
Mishler. Bert Mock, Jacob
Mogilowitz. Irving Noble and Hy
(irlansky
Albeit Phillips. Herman
Linker. Isadore Kabinowitz.
Morns Kadov. Harry Kappaport.
Morris Katner. Joseph Kaymond,
Julie Hcinlieb. Sam Hiesenberg.
Jack Kosen. Sol Koyal and Mil-
ton Kudick
Al Saitzman. Abraham
Schaeler. Dave Schatzow. Dan
Schlanger. Mm- Schwartz. Harry
Schwartz. Fred Selesko. Kd
Shandall, Moms Shapiro. Sam
SUberberg, George Silberfein.
Sam Simon. lxu Sloan. Harry
Smallberg, Koliert Smith Harry
Studner Keutx-n Teibel. Marvin
Thornar, Dr Lewia L'lan, Dr
Irving Weinberg. William Ueis-
lierx. Sam Werbach. Milton
Winograu. Nathan Wrubel and
W illiam Zimmerman
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Hod Hasharon budget object of scrutiny
By MARILYN GRANT
Projert Renewal Coordinator
I would like to use The Jewish Floridian lo reach all of you
whom 1 have concerned with Project Renewal in the Ciiora and
Gil Atnal neighborhoods of Hod Hassharon. This will serve as a
"State of the Project" periodic report and update.
I have been back in Israel for about a month after my short
and hectic visits to South Broward and Palm Beach Much has
happened during this month. As you know and have been
hearing, the economic situation in Israel has reached crisis U\ .1
Budgets are being cut into the flesh and bone; the fat had liern
trimmed long ago.
We who are deeply involved in Project Renewal an' concern.*!
that the progress that has been made to dale will l>e able to be
continued and will not be eroded.
In Hod Hasharon. we have a new mayor. Kliahu Shimoni In
addition. Ziona Kemelman. who was our first project director
has returned lo head the project after a leave of absence of 112
years. From an administrative point of view. I behave VS anon
a ^ood path
I have been meeting with all our Project Renewal sub
committees, which are. as you know, made up of citizens from
the neighborhoods and the appropriate professionals in each
field These meetings will continue right up until the tun. of
budgetary' consultations with representatives 1mm both South
Hroward and Palm Beach These are scheduled for mid
February.
1 sit. exofficio. on even, committee, representing the interest*
of the Florida communities These sub-committees, early
childhood development, formal education, informal education
welfare. elderly. health, employment and community
development, all will submit their requests to the overall
steering committee, on which I also sit Then', all request* will
be reviewed and the determination made as to what the overall
budget request should be
'Tifye Precious Legacy'
Continued from Page 1
artifacts, documents and other items was the result ol a
Nazi program. In 1938. Keinhard Heydnch. Hitlers
administrator for Bohemia. Moravia and Prague, cabled
Berlin to request permission to confiscate all propsrt)
from Czechoslovakia's 368 Jewish communities in order to
establish a "Museum to an Extinct Race
Heydnch regarded Prague as the ideal site in which lo
show an Aryanized world how the decadent race had
lived, for the city had been one of Europe's chief centers ol
Jewish life
Only an estimated 26,000 out of 362,000 of
Czechoslovakia's Jews survived the Holocaust, but the)
left a remarkable legacy in the Czechoslovak State
Collection: 95.000 items spanning six Centura's, which
have been stored in Prague's Jewish quarter since 1838
and have been preserved intact as a national historic
monument
The exhibit Kin will reveal to the United States how this
vast and important collection of Jewish ceremonial art
came into existence and how the rich historical, artistic
and cultural heritage of European Jewrj is preserved in
these objeCtfl
The Precious LegaC) includes 330 object9 which
reflect the cope, quality and artistic significance "l the
Prague collection, the rich history ol Bohemian and
Moravian Jewrj and the relationship between Jewish art
and ritual ohserv an.ee
The presentation of the exhibition s objects creates a
tune-line through Jewish history, from the Middle Ages
through the Holocaust, in a variety of artistic media
textiles, silverworks and other precious metals, glassware,
paintings, books and manuscripts
The setting for The Precious Legacy is the famous
Jew ish Quarter in Prague, a community of homes, schools,
six synagogues, town halls and a historic Jewish
cemetery, all ol which were established between the
Middle Ages and the end of the 19th century
For additional information, call Federation at 921-8810
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Arts & Crafts Sailing Scuba Gymnastics and
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Rock Climbing Basketball Soccer Softball
Hockey Zoological & Science Program
Dietary Laws Observed Shabbat Services
Medical Staff Available at All Times
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COACHJ I MONTGOMERY
MORRIS SHEILA WAL0MAI
STAN iBARBARA MINT?
Miami Beach Phone 305-538-3434 or Write
P.O Boi 2888. Miami Beach. Fla 33140
STAFF INQUIRIES NOW
-"- ',r*,'M'-1 ',ZTX hose coming from the
** 2 .IgS XeJsSeT^S^drtees,
ES^7*sxR~ 5 isssr ~*,mportanl
,.hen-h-h.l.tat...n..fth. .. neighU.rhfs
,-hl. pnAton. ol Ik. WWn- boa. Gfl Ajjlgd J^J-J
SS3 &**itta, ,n,egr.,l. the fact that
,,:'r chiloSn anno, kaa **** JJ"rn-U" ^
PMlh..l,1^.,]..-,lli.s.-lu.atK.nal(.r..M.-n>s
.- ,,,,.. M have all of the other pfobfaM which afflict
ivl .,,'^1 r^hbornoodi However with .11 of the
-2 ,re.as,s I nnuunopt.nus,!. Car. of this optimism is
SanTaS Pr1 i. bssad ) -en. ri* U> your com-
muni tie*
During, the fe deyslhsl I sit in the area I met with many
,!! ,.,i communit) leaden and profeaetonale, whose role it is
, make Project Renewal work Tbeii commitment and op
,,*, serves as the foundation for m) positive fataage I know
,na, our neighborhoooi -ill continue to taajreea and ajBJ
eventual!) become the food places m whiek u. live that thr
potential portemls
I only *,sh that all "f the Jewish communittai of South
Broward and Palm H.ach could vie* and mm t know the
people oft. I \malanK.iora.;issnian> of our Honda partner!
have aireed) dons Only b) such visits ,-an the full impact ol
what Projeci Renewal has dons sad ie doing be felt
In the meantime and in the hone that these periodic report*
will stimulate youi intereet. I will continue to keep you all in
formed eboul the progreei being made hj the project
Ml ol us here in Israel with you, youi familiw and all of our
partners in rvn. .il .1 g.Kl >r in ll.M a year blBBSStl with
health peace and continued good works
CAMPAIGN
CUPS '{ft
Grandview
\ki\ .1 It ittorne) and
imist -|> rial 1 orporale law is to
speak in behall ol the United
I. w ish Vppeal Je ish Kedi
lion ol South Hroward 198 i
paign on Sunday Ian 29 at
()rand> ie
\i 1 ording to Pi Sigi hair
nd> Breakfe I -
to begin at 10am Minimumgifi
S100
Raum u Israeli Krmj
Bond
. military
correspondent
during Su Da)
\\ ai end 1 lei on
the Weel Banl
Id hai writu on
11 d mflilarj affairs
Attorneys
Irwin ( oiler, pn I. Ui
iit M.dill I niversit) and an
. >.]> rt on 1 a il liberties <* ..
drew ih. H n.ii it nth Juslici
I odgi end liu tttorne) Divi
si..n ol the Jewish Federation ol
South Broward lhursda>. Jan
26, at '. 46 p m
Profeeeof ( otlsr, a rnambei ol
the iwiard ol director! ol the
Canadian Human Ki.-hts
Foundation and dimctof of h.
( eatf*. lor Law and Public Pout .
is to talk at Kmerald Mills t OUI
try Club
The Federation I Attorneys
Su*rmg Committee includes
Richard Bamett. Brian Herman.
Arnold Ilovitch and Koas
Manella For more information,
contact Melissa Martin at
Federation, 921 H810
Gordon Leland
Master Piano Craftsman
Tuning Repairs Rebuilding
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Riano Technicians Guild
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'GREAT RACE:
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American Israel
Affairs Coma
[AIPAC1. Saturdev,
21. at K pm. He
speak in k to the W<
Leadership Division *|
Jewish Federation
South Hroward it
home of Laurie and I
Krown in Cooper
Call JFBB at 921-M8III"
more information
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Friday. January 20. 1984
_________TtoJnjiih Floridian of South Broward
of ADL show results
Page 7
33 Argentine Jews freed
ORK (JTA) Thirty
inline prisoners, whose
car on a list compiled
ti-Defamation League
nth. have been given
jom by the new Buenos
fcrnment, the ADL an-
to Abraham
ADl.'s associate
knvtor and head of the
international Affairs
k-w s of release of six of
transmitted to ADL
fcrgtnfl government
embassy in Wash-
added that the league
[ the freeing of the
27 through unofficial
leinjt of the 27 came
len the government's
Btacutivt detention was
with lifting of the of
ol siege on the eve of
i election.
[leased. Fox man said,
the hundreds of im-
I individuals on whose
ADL has worked
s \rKent me Prisoner
Project In addition, the ADL is
also actively involved in seeking
information in at least 900 cases
- out of many thousands of
desaparecidos (disappeared).
Rabbi Morton Rosenthal. di-
rector of ADL s Latin American
Affairs Department, said, in arti-
cle prepared for the January edi-
tion of the ADL Bulletin, that the
steps taken in Argentina in be
half of human rights have
generated a climate of optimism
in the Argentine Jewish
munity
The article, titled. "A Hopeful
Kra for Argentine Jewry." said
"those who have watched with
consternation as Argentine so-
ciety suffered progressive de-
terioration under military rule
will surely wish to support the
new democratic government of
Argentina in its efforts to usher
in a refreshing era of democracy
and freedom "
Israelis believe war on horizon
TEL AVIV iJTA) -
stantial majority of
A sub-
j 2y *" "' a war Together they
J-g^-^a^JBSSBJ' "~ "*
or almost certain in the near fu- ,
ture. according to the results of a
poll published in llaaretz.
The poll, commissioned by the
newspaper, was conducted by
Pori. the Public Opinion Re-
search Institute of Israel. It
found that 45 percent of a repre-
sentative sampling of 1.200 Is-
raeli thought there was "some
likelihood" of a war between
Syria and Israel. Another 30
percent believes there is a "high
(dom fighter to speak
utJFSB Mission
?* of Argentina" will
fu of Jacobo Kavadloff
|\ Jan 2.1. at 7:30 p.m
of Joan and Jerry
Hollywood
ion, sponsored by the
federation of South
I will he in preparation
rSB Mission to Brazil
ktm.i March 2H-April 8.
Mf director of South
[affair* for the Amen
i < ommittee. according
leaders Joseph and
Terkiel. in June 1977
was forced to leave Ruenos Aires
because of anti-Semitic threats
against his life.
In his position, he adminis-
trates a multi-faceted program of
research, education and commu-
nity relations in many countries
of South America Among his
many areas of concern are anti-
Semitism. Arab propaganda and
inter-faith relations.
For more information about
the meeting and or the Mission,
contact Linda Reich at Federa-
tion. 921 8810
JOIN your Jewish Federation
of South Broward neighbors
in ARGENTINA and BRAZIL
March 28-April 8,1984
For more Mission facts,
call the Federation at
921-8810
return this coupon, with your name, address
and phone* to
JFSB
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Fla. 33020
issover
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Only 16.7 percent of those
|K)lled saw little darker of war. Of
that number. 9.6 percent said
there was almost no danger"
and 7 1 percent replied there was
no danger at all." The balance of
H.3 percent had no opinion.
HOLLYBROOK BIG GIFTS Cocktail-Dinner Party
represented contributions of $74,293 to the UJA-Jewish
Federation of South Broward 1984 Campaign, according
to Harold Goldberg, chairman [right]. With the event's
guest speaker, Gerda Klein, are JFSB President Philip
Levin [left] and Campaign Chairman Ted Newman. The
cocktail-dinner party was at Emerald Hills Country Club.
?ooocx
KJOOOW
Jewish National Fund
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Tampla Emanu-EI
Miami Baach
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Tampla Martorah
Miami Baach
Chrmn. JNF Exec. Board
Rabbi Malav.ky
Tampla Bath Shalom
Hollywood
Chrmn. JNF Broward
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Pras. JNF Qr. Miami
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Tampla Bath El,
Hollywood
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Jewish collegians armed with facts
Three basic techniques are
suggested, according to AIPAC's
Ralph Nurnberger. to enable
Jewish college students to be-
come more involved on campus
and around the country:
Direct contact Daily con
tact with congressmen, their
aides and their staff.
Grassroots organizing -
Make and use key contacts who
know those same legislators
personal.* t Nurnberger t.-IN-> "
\,. Mexico NMI
MtilMUd that there w,r. -<>
number of -lew- in his
actualb *- ""
,,t the number of
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U.S., Israel sign
mutual medical pact
WASHINGTON (JTAI A
preliminary agreement reached
MtWMn the United States and
Israel in Jerusalem for the use ol
Israeli medical facilities was
hailed here as .1 positive step by
Hep James Scheuer. D-NY.
The agreement which was
reached between l>r William
Mayer, *Ttftirt sscratan of
Defense tor Health, and Brig
Gen Mosbe Revech the lerael
Defense Force Burgeon general,
includes the use ol the Rambam
Hospital in Haifa
Scheuer and other congress
men had strongly criticised Del
ense Secretarj Casper Wein
bergar because the l' s Defense
Department had not used the
Rambam facilit) to trees \mer
lean servicemen wounded in the
Oct -* bomb attack against the
Marine hsedquarteri in Beiru;
Scheuer had publicU re|{
Weinberger's e\planation that
the Israeli "Her ol facilities a
not sccpeted because it had not
lH"-n needed
While I regret that Secretary
Weinberger is still insisting that
the bizarre procedures followed
after the (let 23 attack were pro-
per and logical, actions speak
louder than postering.' Scheuer
said
This agreement is a positive
step in avoiding a repetition of
the incredibly stupid manner in
which our casualties were hand-
led Should such a tragedy befall
our Marines again, there will be
no 10-or 12-hour wait for air-
planes and no 20-hour delays be-
fore reaching definitive hospital
care.'' he said.
The agreement in principle
leaves many details to be worked
out by the joint Israeli US poll-
NCCJ winners
to get awards
Winners of the 19M National
Conference of Christians and
Jews Silver Medallion Awards
have been announced and will re-
ceive their prizes from the Brow
ard chapter Saturday. Feb 11, at
Omni Motel
Honorees will be Stewart R
Kester. \ ice chairman of Florida
Coast Banks. Leonard L Farber,
chairman of the firm bearing his
name, and Thomas J Walker
president of Fred S James \ (',,
of Florida
V cording to Da\id II Rush,
awards dinner chairman, winner
of the NCCJ s Headlmer Award
and featured speaker will be Ted
K ppelol -\H< T\ News
I 01 more information, call the
\r< .1 .,ff1(-.at 19-6225
Tax aid available
In Us ninth year, the Brow
ard- American Association of
Retired People Tax Aid Program
is 111 begin Feb 1
Volunteers are being trained to
pass t.-sts certified by the Intern-
al Revenue Service to help senior
citizens in preparing their tax
forms
More than 6.500 of the coun
ty's elderly were assisted last
year, the Area Agency on Aging
reports
South Brow ard location is the
Hollywood Senior Citizens
Recreation (enter. 2030 Folk St
with hours of 9 am-noon,
Monday through Thursday,
beginning Feb 1 and running to
Vpril 12
tical committee that will have Its
first meeting this month
Scheuer said he aspects the
agreement to include use not on!)
ol the Rambam Hospital but also
Other Israeli hospitals such as
Hadaasah Hospital in Jerusalem
and Tel rlashomer Hospital in
Tel Km
The onh sad note here is thai
we would haw bad access to
these facilities last October.' th<
congressman said We will
never know how main lives
might havi been saved or injuries
lessened had our Marines been
able to get Kambam I first class
treatment instead ol being sub
jected to length) waning and
king flights tn Europe
tunes the
district than
case because
letters and calls be would receive
regarding spedftt bwibi and
legislation I
Political action During
lections, gel involved on
OUnpUa atn ass. get students
ut to vote, make phone caUs
maim difference iNurnbergei
,1M,1 ii 1983 race in Illinois to il
lust rale how students, an mah. I
different in sn election *******
UP \t mone) from around the
countn that helped elect Ri '
Drubin over Psul r indie)
\ll-\t organized 150 students
who in turn brought out
studeni votes the margin ol v
lory for Durbin I
The Vmsrican Israel Publij
Vffain < bmmittee lAlPAt
needs representatives sround the
countn at campuses Nurnbergw
Mid There SlSO is I summer
intern program in \\ sshington
I ,,t information COI
Jonathan Kesslei si VIPA1 144
S 1 apilol St \\\ Washington
III JIKHM
}.
MPAC ON CAMPUS Taking advantage
holiday break, the Community Relations Com,
Jewish Federation of South Broward, last week soon
an American Israel Public Affairs Committee Alt
Coflegfl Kduration Program at the home of I)r. Fr
Meral Khrenntein. AIPAC's Ralph Nurnberger (ri
shown going over a few points with (left to right]
lessler of Broward Community College. .1
Khrenstcin of Middlebury College in Nerrnont.
Bryer of BCC and Ron Srhoenbaum of Tulane
Orleans.
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Should Palestinians form political parties ?
IT7.I1AK RAW ____. -*
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bv YITZHAK RAB1
JTA Kaportar
l\ YORK Menachem
a former Israeli admin-
, f the West Bank, ia
<>n the government of Is-
allow the Palestinians in
|(.st Hank U) organize poli-
I said, however, that only
linians who recognize Israel
nw to solve the Israeli
linian conflict through
at ions should be granted
tht tn form political parties.
professor of Arabic
Kill.
\RS openings
\w available
timumty (are l"r the Klder-
fcmergency Alert Response
|ii has openings for frail
homabound seniors, over
is ill .i):.-. living in liroward
||(s provides a L'4 hour-a-
ni nanism which is dec-
bilK iiinmi'twl to Holy
lllnspilal
Ider. milling assistance.
.1 button to initiate the
i i y\ le Personnel at Holy
immadiatatjl notify a pre-
imiil friend, neighl>or.
>ir nthiT resource to go
nl s home
I \KS Project is admin
ill b) Catholic Family
flinty Servnes and funded
;h ihe Area Agency on
hirther information, call
\rea Agency on Aging
coordinates and funds
i and advocates for the
in Hroward. Information
hlerral personnel are sta-
in Focal Point Centers
iicle to provide assistance
(idenli over 60.
intormalion regarding
services, call ^IttlK or
s t
ib Towers to fete
tuples Jan. 29
a Towers celebrates Is
15th Anniversary with a
ki for Israel" Jan. 29 at 8
and David Appotiveand
In and Daniel Levey will
t he I srael Bonds' Scroll of
Both couples are strong
hners of the State of Israel
dedicated to its continued
me growth and develop
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literature at Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, is currently a leader
of a new movement. The Way to
Peace, which seeks Palestinian
elements in the West Bank and
t.aza Strip, who accept Israel and
the Camp David peace process.
Addressing a press conference
at the American Jewish Com
mittee. Milson, who is here on a
lecture tour sponsored by the
AJ( "s International Relations
Department, said the current
decline of the PLO offers a
golden opportunity" for the
United States and Israel to
"strengthen and encourage those
Palestinians who reject the PLO
line and support the Camp David
framework and the Reagan ini-
tiative."
Contending the Palestinian
problem is "at the core" of the
Mideast conflict. Milson said
that the Palestinians in the
West Bank are indispensible" for
any political settlement of the
conflict. He said Israel's chance
to make peace is with those
Palestinians who break awav
from the consensus1' in the Arab
world which is against peace with
Israel.
Israel should encourage those
elements by permitting them to
publish a newspaper of their own
in the West Bank, in addition to
political parties, he said.
In response to a question. Mil-
son said the new movement he is
associated with has a "few
hundred members.-' He said the
movement is against the "settle-
ment policy" of the Likud
government. "We think it is
wrong (for Israel) to settle in
anas crowded with Arab popula-
tion." he said.
But he added, "By concentrat-
ing on the settlement issue we are
not solving the problems"
between Israel and the Pales-
tinians.
Replying to another question.
Milson said. "In Israel the
majority is willing to make terri-
torial compromises for peace."
He said this willingness was
demonstrated in Israel's peace
with Kgypt.
Passover In Israel
Leisurely 15-Day Deluxe Vacation and Mission
April 4 -19
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS UNIQUE VACATION:
Experience the first Passover Seder at an Air Base with 600 of Israel's finest
Attend welcoming ceremony at a Youth Aliyah Village
See Jerusalem's historic and modern sites; feel its unique spiritual meaning
Meet high-level Israeli government officials; speak openly with political leaders
Enjoy home hospitality with Israeli families
Lunch at a Kibbutz; learn about this special form of communal settlement
Experience the impact of Yad Vashem
Visit military installations
Visit Hod Hasharon, the Jewish Federation Project Renewal neighborhood
Relax in Eilat (Red Sea)a haven for vacationers and sea lovers
Visit the Dead Sea area and see Israel's unique solar energy ponds
Lunch at Knessethear a speech by a Parliament member
Swim in the Dead Sea and enjoy the health spas and hot springs
Ascend the heights of Masada on the Skylift or Climb the snake path
Visit the Museum of the Diaspora Beit Hatfusoth
Passover Mission Nearly Sold Out
At the first orientation meeting last week for the Passover Mission to Israel, the Mission's 50 available rooms were
nearly all spoken for.
Nat Sedley, Passover Mission leader, outlined the itinerary, which covers the whole State of Israelbeginning at
Ben Gurion Airport to Tiberias. Jerusalem, the Dead Sea. Eilat. Beershba and Tel Aviv.
From these cities, the tour begins. Included are the regular points of interest, plus the special UJA sights. Also in-
cluded, wherever possible, are air bases, military installations, demonstrationsmeetings with the political figures,
military commanders, etc.. and meeting with Israelis to get the feeling of Israel NOW from the average person.
The guides and drivers have already been assigned. "They are the best in the entire state.' says Sedley.
The audience was very enthusiastic and asked questions regarding modifications and extensions of the trip. The trip
will be modified to fit most everyone's desires. Also discussed were shopping, clothes, vacationing, visiting relatives
and friends.
FinallyagainSedley stated that the 50 rooms available are nearly sold out: No more are available during
Passover, which is the busiest time of year in Israel.
"We strongly urge you to send in your deposit, which is totally refundable up to 30 days before departure, so that
we can save a space for you." Sedley said.
This vacation is available only through the Jewish Federation of South Broward-UJA
For additional information, contact Judy Nemeth at the Jewish Federation of South Broward. 921-8810.
I am interested in spending Passover in Israel. Please send me additional information.
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La Mer supports Federation
STIEBERS HONORED The Jewish Federation of
South Broward last week paid tribute to Evelyn and Otto
Stieber at the La Mer event in behalf of the 1984 UJA-
Federation Campaign. Stieber, Beach chairman, and Mre.
Stieber, Women's Division vice president-campaign, were
presented with an Israeli handcrafted Passover Seder
plate. With the Stiebers are Sumner G. Kaye, executive
director of the Federation, and Aryeh Nesher. Israeli
extraordinaire [rear right), guest speaker.
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AT LA MER Mollye and Morris Fogelman hold their
Award of Recognition presented at a recent La Mer
Breakfast in behalf of the 1984 I JA Jewish Federation of
South Broward Campaign Awarding the honor to the
Fogelmans is Sydney Jacobs. Federation chairman for La
Mer Ileft I.
Singers honored at Galahad North
In behalf of the Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward s 1984
' JA-Federation Campaign,
'ialahad North is to honor Josye
.ind Solomon Singer on Sunday.
Jan 22. at 9 30 a m at the social
hall
Guest speaker, according to
hairman James W Kofman.
will be Arieh L Plotkin
The Singers, who also were
honored two years ago by UJA
Federation, are diligent workers
for the preservation of the State
of I srael Singer is a member of
the Zionist Organization of
America, a trustee of Herzl
I-odge of B'nai B nth. Society of
Fellows oi the AntiDefamation
league and a member of Temple
Beth El.
In addition, he was (ialahad
North chairman for Federation
and for Israel Bonds
Mr- Singer is an ardent
supporter of Hadassah. Techruon
and Temple Beth Fl Sisterhood
Pittells win trip to Israel
Dr Robert and Flame I'lttell. two ot the -.launchest sup
[Kirnr-- oi the Jewish Federation of South Hroward. will !* going
to land tret', ihaiih-. to tri- .ililt l\ show Hello Jerusalem
ami Kl Al airlines
The Pitted* tntr> in a contest which required viewers to
identify thre- iitM bol) t" Judaism, Chriatiaajty and Islam was
randomly picked from 3.IKKI correct anscrs
The drawing held in Hello Jerusalem s studio in
Jerusalem was recorded live, lioth in Israel and through a
telephone hookup to the PftteU'i Hollywood home
Hdlo Jerusalem can be teen locally on cable o\er Satellite
I'nigram Network ISPN
Hoayrwood.rrkfayTauSfy
R6fomi
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issues guide
for convert
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'Silent no more'
Soviet Jewry update
Fiddler' allowed at Moscow site
KI.BKRT of Kiev, the
BUI wife of Prisoner of
ire LEV, has been fired
rjoh for "absentiam."
six week hunger strike
in protest of the accusa-
Binst her husband left her
with liver damage. Last
limit had a small heart
Although home for a
ma to recover, Soviet
Tjea m both Moscow and
Li issurt-d Inna that she
\aw her job when she re-
. work.
kh refuaenik VALERY
iK was released after be-
|sted by Soviet authorities
sistance.' Jewish leader
i\ isi o| the Moscow unof-
i-ace movement, OLGA
JAI.IMSKAYAMED
[)Y. and computer scien-
UiA LUSNIKOVA were
Pitsed. although it appears
(iodyak and Lusnikova
Only 97leave Russia
NEW YORK IJTA) Ninety seven Jews left the Soviet
Union in December, the National Conference on Soviet Jewry
reports. This brought the total for 1983 to 1.315 people, lower
than any other year since the current phase of emigration began
in I J i 1
MOSCOW Tevye the milk-
man lamented the pogroms he
and his people had to endure in
an appropriate setting last week
as "Fiddler on the Roof," one of
Broadway's most popular
musicals, opened here, making its
Soviet debut 19 years after it
premiered in New York.
Dealing with the struggles of
Jews in the Russian village of
Anatevka. "Fiddler" was per-
formed twice here by a profes-
sional Jewish theater group.
nesses in a trial against
Yerusalimskya.
Refusenik YAKOV
QORODETSKY'a phone was
disconnected by Soviet author-
ities
IDA NUDEL is suffering from
exhaustion due to harsh weather
conditions in Hendery.
Wife of playwright LEONID
KELBERT. MARINA, is in the
hospital suffering from hyper-
tension. Send get-well cards to:
USSR- RSFSR-Leningrad
1930122nd Rabfakovsky
Apt. 57.
5-2-
ki forced to act as wit
J^^E^xj
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ING MEMORY Irving and Li la Falik present
to Blanche Kaminsky of Colony Point in behalf of
iish Federation of South Broward's 1984 cam-
1'he 1 uliks' contribution is in memory of their son,
Los Angeles City Councilman
Zev Yaroslavsky recently issued
an invitation to Jewish refusenik
YAKOV MESH to be his guest
for the 1984 Olympic Games
Yaraslavsky was formerly di-
rector of the Southern California
Council for Soviet Jews before his
election.
New refusenik case: BORIS
and NATASHA VEKKER of
l^ningrad speak excellent
English, and wish to receive
letters. Write to them at: USSR-
Laningrad- Prospect Marshala
Zaharova 273-272.
POLINA PARITSKYs hus
hand is no longer in the hospital,
but has been declared a third
degree invalid.
I'.O.C. STANISLAV ZUBKO.
who was arrested a few years ago
on "drug" charges, has been
transferred to a new prison camp:
Isiaslavrnx 324-31-12-122.
Lhmelnitskaya Oblast 2812000.
P.O.C VICTOR
BRA1LOVSKYs son. LEONID
was again refused permission
under the pretext that his father
is still in exile
YURI TARNOPOLSKY has
arrived in poor health at the pri-
son camp in Chita Province Send
letters of concern to: 672022
CHITA. PA YA G146. 5th
Group.
Is honoree
(tuple Sinai
knd JanUd Ratiooff, Is
riiK Committee chair-
jf'ir Temple Sinai, an-
khitt Itertha Widlilz will
at a cocktail reception
I Pen B at 5 p.m in the
l'|i Auditorium
iillit/ will be presented
prestigious Israel 35th
|ar> Award She ia a
supporter of Israel.
tmg in numerous Jewish
iipic and service organi-
h John Sunley Grauel
ku-st speaker A noted
leader, humanitarian
^sman for democracy, he
two non Jews who have
the Israel's Humanity
It Garde pitas
Bond event
nt Garde Israel Bond
will hold a "Night far
jnday. Jan. 22, at 8 p.m.
t Building Social Hall.
"denta of Avant Garde
warded the Israel Bonds
Honor in appreciation of
votion and service in
Israel's progress and
I Judith Steel will enter
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The group boasts a nontradi-
tional production with a mix of
Yiddish, Russian and Hebrew,
"the first lines in Hebrew ever
spoken on a stage in the Soviet
Union," according to one ob-
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Books written in Hebrew as
well as the teaching of the lang-
uage are forbidden in the Soviet
Union.
How did the audience react?
As one source reported, they were
laden with happiness and tears.
1983 worst year
for Soviet Jews
Continued from Page 3-
campaign is drawn from a newly
published book by I>ev Korneyev
entitled The Class Essence of
Zionism, which was favorably
reviewed in the Soviet press
"Korneyev acknowledged, for
the first time, an ideological debt
to a Crarist anti-Semite who
claimed that Zionist agents
provoked pogroms in order to in-
crease Jewish emigration to what
was then called Palestine, the
implication being that today's
Zionist agents' are conducting
themselves in a similar manner.''
Korneyev's writings, according
to the report, are frequently pub-
lished in military indoctrination
pamphlets.
Recently the Soviet propa
gandist introduced "another
hate-filled theme," thi report
said, adding: In declaring the
Holocaust a myth of Zionist
propaganda, he borrowed from
current neo-Nazi and neo-fascist
revisionist doctrine, which argues
the same theme that the figure
of 6.000.000 Jews killed is a gross
exaggeration ."
The report quoted statements
by the Anti-Zionist Committee
last March that "Soviet Jews
reject with contempt attempts by
Zionist propagandists to interfere
in their life" and that "citizens of
the USSR who are Jews are an
inseparable part of the Soviet
people."
Commenting, the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry
report said:
Soviet Jews were thus warned
against having contacts with
their Zionist' brethren in the
West. This policy has been
implemented by the interception
of mail, protests against the
presence of American diplomats
at Moscow's Central Synagogue,
and periodic newspaper stories
accusing Western Jewish tourists
of 'Zionist provocations.'
The report conclude. "Al-
though the past year made life
increasingly difficult for Soviet
Jews the arrival of Vilnius
activist Euan Finkelstein and his
family in Israel in December,
after 12 years of refusal, indicat-
ed that the doors have not been
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The Jewish tlonaian of
Hollywood. Friday i
JCL
|EWISH COMMUNITY
CENTERS OF
SOUTH BROWARD
2838 MCX.LYWOOOBl.VD HOUVAOOO IIOHID* <
921-6511
JCC's summer camp
now four camps strong
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Hroward's Camp
Kadima will he blossoming this
summer into four divisions.
In addition to Kadima. which
will be in its third year at C B
Smith Park. Chalutzim travel
camp, a new sports camp and an
even newer survival camp are to
he operated
Kadima features eight weeks of
swimming, arts and crafts,
drama, music and sports. It is for
Kindergarten through fith grade
Camp begins June 18; a reunion
of last summer's campers is plan
tied Feb. 12 at the JCC, 2838
Hollywood Blvd.
Chalutzim is planning two
four week travel sessions for 18-
l.'i-year-olds Itineraries are yet
eannounced
The ipoita .amp. for 12-14-
y-ear-olds will have four two-
week session! and will stress
skills m selected sports Profes
s onal physical education in-
uctors will do the leeching si
( B Smith I'ark
sun i\al camp lor it 15-
r nidi ill teach campers bow
live olt the land and take
themselves \ survival expert
will do t oc teaching, which will
i ulmminate in s week-long
\i union
For more information
ICCal 921-6611
Camp reunion
The JCC > t amp Kadima ai d
( halut/im reunion will l>e at the
It i Sunday, Felt 12, at 1 p.m
Heine memories and hear what
the JCC has in store for the
summer Refreshments will he
sen ed
Barn dance
A ( ountry and VNestern barn
dance for singles 120-401 complete
w iih ha v nue and free beer will be
Saturday. Jan 21. at 8-30 p.m. at
Bar-B Ranch. 4601 SW 128th
\w Davie
Brtdf
Couples bridge w ill Im' Tue>da>
evenings from 7 30-10 starting
.Ian 24, and will run for B weeks
There will be lecture time
followed In an evening ol lirHi^e
playing, with an instructor
available
Yiddish
The JCC is offering Yiddish lor
all ages on Monday evenings.
7 30-6 30, with Is wile
siomovit/ The eight-weak course
begins Jan
Yoga
A yoga sxercisi class will be
available at the i enter \ frW
demonstration class will be given
by Karla on Mondaj J
i p m The eight weel rse will
run Jan (" M iv, 1
Wine and cheese
.It i Singles
w iih ani
Thursday Jat
at th< J< i .- Hollywood
Blvd
Shalom '84'
J< Singh plan I
rev tn on I .. sdav Fel
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ol thi vn
Skating
i I Singles will be roller
ng Mondaj Jan r
p in at Roll a HYa) v State
Road M, rort Laud) rds Ii
Ain't Mlsbehavin1
I he .l( t boa .1 limited nun
.us tor the National Touring
< ompan) production ol the
Broadwa) hit Vit
Misbehavin The show u at the
hden Hoc on 'Tuesday evening.
Fab. A bus will leave from the
JCC at T p m
BBYO collecting pennies
Continued from Page 3
Judea. in its efforts to aid BBYO.
has collected 45.000 pennies
B'nai B'rith men's lodges and
women's chapters have consist
ently brought in weekly jars of
pennies for the past three years
Other individuals and organize
tions wishing to support the
project are invited to do so.
The monies collected from the
Six-Million Pennies Project will
be donated to various local and
national Jewish charities and
Holocaust related memorials
Plans are being made for the
pennies to be displayed in South
Florida at the projet s comple-
tion
The B'nai B'rith Youth Organ
ization Gold (<>ast Council,
which stretches from West Palm
Beach to North Miami Beach
views this project as its most
important ongoing project
'84 Campaign at $3 million
Continued from Page I
up some of the biggest gainers."
The South Broward Federation Missions
Program recognized nationwide as the
per capita leader represents more than
$1 million toward the 1984 totals. "Still to
come are our Missions to Argentina and
Brazil, the Passover Mission to Israel, the
Family Mission and the Singles Mission,"
Newman said.
The Missions Program for 1983-84 shows
a 40 percent gain over 1982-83.
Registering a 41 percent gain over last
year is the Hoilybrook Kickoff, with 375
supporters of Federation attending. A tctal
of 663,650 was pledged at that single event,
compared with 645,223 last year.
The Hillcrest Premier Gifts Event shows
a 25 percent increase 6178,200 pledged
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INTERGENERATION ALLIANCE members, through the Jewish Cc
Centers of South Broward and Temple Beth Shalom Day School, wrote, dir
performed their Behind the Headline*' play at the day school. The new JCC]
links the young and old to get them to know each other's needs and to fc
experiences. The entire relationship between the two group* is being videoup
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iSnAEL JORDAN PEACE That's what Ken Stein, associate professor*t|
University, told Venetian Park residents during a recent combined I'JAJ
Federation of South Broward-B'nai B'rith Lodge breakfaat. Stein, who is work
former President Carter on securing a Mideast peace, also predicted that Ys|
will meet with Jordan's King Hussein in the near future. The combined breskis
first at Venetian Park. Shown with Professor Stein (center) are |left to right]
Pntzert. Leo Distenfield. Dave Chizen. Ssm Colton. Steve Binder. Kd AI
Cohen and Andy Feig.
Begin becomes
'Man of Year'
PARIS UTAl Listeners of a
Trench radio station voted
former Israeli Premier Menachem
Begin Man ol the Year lor
1663
Several thousand listener!
took part in the poll conducted b>
Radio tommumu. which is
operated l>> the French Jewish
Welfare r und in Pans The poll
showed that more than tw.,
thirds ol the participants sup
ported Begin Others m the run
ning were President Francois
Mitterrand and Simons Veil the
former president ol tin European
Parliament
Martin Gottlitb'l
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The Emerald Hills Big Giftj Dinner
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I hat figure represents a 2U percent
over last year's $86.22.1
gain
The overall Premiere (i.fts Dinner raised
nearly SI million in a single night The
exact figure is $959,700, up 14 percent from
last year s $843,234
Figures (or last Saturday nights
Shomrai Dinner at Temple Beth Shalom
were unavailable at press time
The next major event is the Metropolitan
Pacesetter s Dinner Feb. 25 at TempleBeth
Shalom. Guest speaker will be Thomas
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Israel Public Affairs Committee (AlPACl
This years Super Sunday is April 1
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lllad Jewish Family
,,! Broward Countv in
counaaltng He said he
wife had been having
li \ot (he last six months
\*\\< was slaying with a
|i-. bum she was afraid to
bne ith him He said the
rht tney had ended in
i \ ioJenct
Ranted an appointment for
i hara, his wife was willing
iul tnerapy sessions with
Mr and Mrs. S. appeared
lor their appointment
was wearing sunglasses
jsd to take them off be
her black eye.
said he loses his temper
lines so angry that he be-
hit his wife. When the
or asked what kinds of
[make him that angry, he
faculty getting specific.
lid that usually it does not
j what it is. if he has had a
|ii.i> be will lake it out on
she cooks peas and he
IcarroU he could become
Confirmed this by nodding
I le said he feels horrible
rhal happened but does
in control His father
hit his mother and the
when he begins to feel
he does the same
S said they had been
loi i year but they went
i lor alwul two years
khe marriage The hitting
I unn "'* 'l 'lid not
when the\ were dating
hurl .nut confused and
if -in- w.i- doing
in-.- in- aj
I she w anta the re
\i work inn w.i- utraid
in
rap* continuod Mi S
i-i. individually and the
llau were -ecu toMthm
Mr. S. began to realize that his
behavior was learned and he
could learn other ways to express
his anger He could yell, hit a pil
low. leave the house when he felt
explosive or talk out his anger
The counselor and client prac-
ticed this in therapy both in his
individual sessions and hia
marital sessions After about two
months of therapy. Mrs. S.
moved back in the house. She
decided that she would take a
chance.
She learned that if her husband
liecame very angry, she also had
options. She could leave and go
to a friend s house. She did not
have to stay and try to resolve
the problem at that time. Al-
though both Mr and Mrs. S.
were at the beginning stage of
therapy. they were both
motivated clients
They wanted to learn how to
relate to each other without the
violence Area* that needed to be
explored in therapy besides com-
munication skills were: family
origin on both sides, environ
mental stresses and feelings of
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READ A JEWISH BOOK One of the best ways to
learn about the Jewiah People, according to Karen
Kaminaky and Sandra Rosa [left], ia through reading. To
facilitate that effort, Mrs. Kaminaky, director of
education at Temple Sole), and Mrs. Ross, coordinator of
education for the Central Agency for Jewiah Education,
South Broward, will award certificates to students
reading and reviewing five or more Jewiah books.
Congregational schools participating in the program, in
addition to Sole), are Temple Beth Ahm, Temple Beth El.
Temple Beth Emet, Temple Beth Shalom and Temple
Sinai.
our family
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Miami looked Ike this,
already conducted
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Package Processing Log
4/4/2013 9:45:28 AM Error Log for AA00014306_00003 processed at: 4/4/2013 9:45:28 AM
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4/4/2013 9:45:28 AM Item title is required but not supplied!
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