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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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Fred Shochet
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Hollywood, Fla

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 13, no. 23 (Nov. 11, 1983)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for July 7, 1989 called no. 11 but constitutes no. 13.
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THE PRECIOUS LEGACY EXHIBITION at Miami Beach's Bass
Museum of Art held special meaning tor 100 leaders of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward who participated in an unusual private
tour. Mark Taliaman. who brought the exhibition to the United States
from the Czechoslovak State Museum, delivered the keynote address,
providing special insight into the history and emotional impact of the
more than 300 artifacts from the Prague Jewish community. These ob-
jects trace more than 1,000 years of culture and religious autonomy
which ended with the Holocaust of World War II.



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Bikel to set quick pace at Pacesetter
Theodore Bikel
To define versatility is to capture the
essence of Theodore Bikel. whose mult-
iplicity of talents includes:
Bikel the actor on stage, screen and
television; Bikel the folk singer and
guitarist; Bikel the author, lecturer and
raconteur; Bikel the photographer; and
Bikel the social activist, especially strong
for Jewish causes.
For one of those causes, the United
Jewish Appeal-Jewish Federation of South
Broward s 1964 Campaign. Theodore Bikel
will be appearing in concert at an 11 a.m.
brunch Sunday, March 4. at Temple Beth
Shalom in Hollywood.
According to Ted Newman. JFSB
Campaign chairman, Bikel will be per-
forming in behalf of the High-Rise Pace-
setter Division whose members pledge a
minimum family contribution of $ 1.000.
Bikel was but 13 when his parents
In concert March 4
at High-Rise Brunch
for U J A-Federation
emigrated from Vienna to Palestine.
During his schooling, he intended to teach
comparative linguistics he was fluent in
Hebrew, Yiddish and German. Meanwhile,
he labored on a kibbutz.
When he displayed more flair for reciting
Shakespeare than for tilling the soil, he was
allowed to stage local productions. In 1946,
Bikel entered London s Royal Academy of
Dramatic Art. from which he graduated
with honors.
Sir Laurence Olivier was so impressed
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STKVK KATON
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to the popular
many parents, a
banaiva and jammed
kr rrutvah party often
prtM the supposed
hat nila affair: the bar
mii/vah (at liebrew
fagg m Jerusalem) was
Scant to me; it wasdif-
niil a whole big thing
of people,'' Dan
in. 13, says in evaluat
n-mony while on last
nlv Mission.
[ins parents' idea, and I
, wai gTMt," Dan adds.
Ii old is the son of l)r
ad Joanne Schoenbaum
e months of studying
I ian joined three
Ingstera Irom South
ml Kabbi Herb Tobin
push Federation baton
Kamilyl Mission was
hperienca I'll rvmember
|ili the Crossroads
dents says. "The
ople take care of
V\e didn't hve U>
Dan Schoenbaum
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worry about baggage, hotel
rooms and things like that. And
the tour guides were the best."
I-ast year's Family Mission
was Dan's third experience in
Israel. The first time his parents
took him to Kretz Yisrael he was
8; he went again at 10 and then
last year at 13.
The Schoenbaums tmly make
it a family adventure, bringing all
their three children. Laura, 21.
Hon. 19. and Dan Dr. Schoen
baum is a radiologist in
Hollywood.
Asked if he is keeping up with
his Judaic studies. Dan said he
still goes to Hebrew school and
attends services at Temple Solel.
The I.'1-year-old's other in
U-rests include working with
computers, scuba diving and
hunting.
The Schoenbaums extended
their most recent Family Mission
U> Fgypt, and Dan called that
experience "fascinating."
The next Family Mission
sponsored by United Jewish
Appeal and the Jewish Feder-
ation of South Hroward will be
July 15-26. Contact the Federa-
tion at 921 -8810 for more details
RIVIERA reaidenta greet speaker Arieh L. Plotkin [in dark suit) before
a recent breakfast hi behalf of the United Jewish Appeal-Jewish
of South Broward 1984 Campaign. Shown [from left] are Sidney Jacobs,
Co-Chairman Mae Weiner, Chairman Murray Feuerstein and Building Co-
Ruth Fenerstem and Philip Reach.
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First Hod Hasharon
director back on job
By MARILYN GRANT
Project Renewal Coordinator
To many of you, she is not a new face, but an old friend and
colleague in Project Renewal. Ziona Kemelman, who was the
first director of Hod Hasharon's Project Renewal, is back in her
post, replacing Katriel Wild who has resigned to take a position
in industry.
Ziona is a dynamic and energetic young woman with a
background in project management and community
organization. She is married (her husband Arthur is the son of
the author of the famous "Kabbi" detective books) and the
mother of three boys.
Several years ago. the Kemelmans bought an old house with.
for Israel, a lot of land and began the process of enlarging and
renovating to fit their needs.
lief ore long. Ziona was employed in the (iiora neighborhood of
Hod Hasharon as the first community worker ever in that
neighborhood. She found a shocking situation. A whopping 19
percent of all the families in (iiora were families in distress, and
11 percent of all male heads of family were, or had been, in jail.
The elementary school dropout rate was high, and the town's
high school had almost no neighborhood children. Youngsters
"hung out" at the infamous (iiora "Coffee Shop" an
euphemism for a drug and gambling center. The situation looked
almost hopeless.
Then, concurrently, two things happened a new mayor,
Simcha Maoz. was elected and something new Project
Renewal and its pairing with the Jewish Federation of South
Broward was on the horizon.
Together, Maoz and Ziona wrote a proposal to the Jewish
Agency which was to oversee Project Renewal. After a national
survey, our neighborhoods of Gil Amal and (iiora were deter-
mined to be among the first 30 neighborhoods most in need of
rehabilitation and were accepted into the project in 1979.
The linkage with South Hroward lone of the first linkages in
the project) took place the next year, and later on, Palm Beach
County joined in the partnership.
Ziona sees this linkage as the real strength of the project, and
looks forward to the continuation of the "twinning" long after
all the renovation has been completed.
She visited Florida in 1981 as a guest of the South Broward
Federation and has many friends in the Florida community.
The first item on her agenda is to reactivate the neigh-
borhoods committees and to get more and more of the neigh
borhood residents involved in the activities of the project.
Steering committee meetings, which have been held on a leas
than frequent schedule, are now being held every two weeks. An
all-day planning seminar for neighborhood activists and
professionals is scheduled, and a second leadership training
course will begin this month.
Together with Hadassah Solomon, associate director and
Shasha. Saadia. and Malka of the professional staff. Ziona is
determined to get the project going at full steam. With her
determination and enthusiasm, and with our help, we know that
she'll succeed.
PARK B'nai
honor George
Fsmbarg at a
Israel' break
y. Feb. 26, at
1 the recreation
Fembergs ate
Israel's coveted
versary Scroll of
Jewish- American
Emu Cohan wfll
Missing Jews' plight will be investigated
By KEVIN FREEMAN
JTA Reporter
NEW YORK The newly created Argentine government
commission investigating the disappearance of individuals
under previous administrations during the "dirty war" in the
mid-1970s will also review the cases of an estimated 1,500
Argentinian Jews, according to a member of the commission
Rabbi Marshall Meyer, one of two Jews appointed to the 16-
member commission last month by President Raul Alfonsin and
who will speak to the Jewish Federation of South Broward s
Mission to Argentina and Brazil, confirmed last week that the
plight of missing Jew* will be investigated along with the
estimated 15.000-17,000 "disappeared ones "
Meyer, who is director of the Latin American Rabbinical
Assembly, and Dr. Gregorio Klimovsky of the Latin American
branch of the World Jewish Congress were appointed to the
commission whose task will be to receive charges and evidence
on cases (of disappearances) and submit them to courts ..
investigate the whereabouts of missing persons aatabliah
the whereabouts of missing children separated from their
parents or guardians with the alleged purpose of repressing
terrorism
Meyer denounced the previous military government in
Argentina, describing it aa a faecaU and "Nazi regime" and
called the paat nine years a long cruel night
Ha said the election last October of Alfonsin. a candidate
representing the Radical Civic Union, waa "a heartening
development." He suggested that the elections and change to a
democratic pluralistic society in Argentina would mark a
significant change in the history of Latin America.
On the issue of anti-Semitism in Argentina, which the
previous military junta did little to combat. Meyer stressed that
the Alfonsin government will do its utmost to assure the Jewish
community that anti-Semitism is not government policy. Ha
noted the presence of Jewa within the new government.
"That there n no anti-Semitiam in Argentina I am not
prepared to say," Meyer declared. "Of course there is anti-
Semitiam in Argentina just as there is in the United States "
But the major difference between the previous Argentine
junta and the newly elected government, Mayer said, is that, for
example, if vandals now commit an anti-Semitic attack against a
synagogue, they will be tracked down, apprehended, and
punished according to the laws of the state. "Thai was not true
in the paat," he said.
Meyer is in the United States attempting to contact former
Argentinians who fled the country during the reign of terror by
right-wing groups to gather new information for usage by the
commission in its investigations. He noted that there are an
estimated 66,000 former Argentinians living in the Now York
area alone.
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
Or rat urn this coupon, with your nama, add rots
ndphonal to
JFSB
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Fla. 33020


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Pluralism:a victim
of Reagan Politics?
It was not unusual for President Reagan to exhort
his fellow Americans to follow th word of God. as he
did in addressing the conventun of the National
Religious Broadcasters in Washington on Monday
America's political and governmental leaders have
always done so It was the message his evangelical
listeners wanted. it was a message that the president
has delivered manv times before It was effects e
speechmakmg and" good politic*
There was another more parochial element to the
speech, however that was disturbing for many
Americans Reagan's exhortation to .Americans to
follow the teachings of Christ pushed him over an
invisible but terribly important political and social line
When the president of the l'nited States, whatever
his personal religious beliefs, states in a public address
that all American would do well to toe a specific
religious line, follow a specific set of religious precepts
he has set in motion a potentially dangerous dyn*
There is little doubt that the purely Christian, ever,
fundamentalist, tenor of the president s addre-
broadcasters served him well in that particular forum
His listeners shouted their approval stopping hirr.
several times with their applause It wasenough ac
ceptance to gladden any politician's heart
The president s obligations, however, require that he
be perceived as the leader of a pluralistic, democratic
society m which every shade of religious opinion and
even non-religious opinion is tolerated in which ever,
unpopular attitudes and ideas are permitted ex
press ion.
There are those who see America as a Christian
nation and who would like that image ordered or
legislated into reality The framers of our Constitution
foresaw this danger and acted forthright!v to counter it
But our Constitution is only as strong as our national
will to preserve it
Our pluralism has alw ays been a source of our
strength, our tolerance for one another's beliefs a pillar
of our democracy In the heat of political battle the
temptation to take the easy road will be too great for
many candidates for public office It is a roacT howe.
that our president must shun and this is not too ear
to remind him of that
Kikcl
< oniinurd from Pa^- .
with Bikel i performance* .al]
Iyindon theater* that he offered hirr. a -
in A Streetcar Named I>e*..re. star-
Vhrin I>igh
Among Bikels most well-known screen
eforts are 'The Defiant One*. The
African Queen, and. of course. Fiddler on
the Roof.
He received an Academy Award nomina
tion for best supporting actor aa a Southern
sheriff in "The Defiant Ones.'' ha* repeat-
edly been nominated for Kmmys for ha
television dramatic performance* and we* a
founder of the Newport Folk Festival
For Jewish causes. Bikel is orxhairman
of the American Jewish Congress Govern-
ing Council, founder of the AJC Arts
Chapter, a member of the executive board
of the National Jewish Music Council and a
member of the board of directors of the U S
Section of Amnesty International
An American citizen since 1961.
Theodore Bikel divides his tune between
California, where he works, and Connec-
ticut, where he and his wife Rita and their
two sons live
If you would like to see Bikel peform at
Temple Beth Shalom, contact Rev a Wexler
at 981-8810
When foes off Israel
court our supp0]
H> MORRIS J \MITO
special to ta* rTortdaaa
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-led
ho are
imsata that a
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only
betas or
Dssaocrat, and vote
Bean shared
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;->rter*of
^buttons to
i andnlarw wit> nsgsfrn I arasl related records
h*.srd oa taecunoui rauoaalsd what if hr
- .me serious questions
particularly if the final outcome is in
doubt m :ly candidate win'
\l support semi
tn- I an lewisa -upport be ao
-atemmts
-mar
U bdatea u thai be ..rshe denies
- not a real issue But
supp i nopal which does
d-. : indication of where
lands I I ators are un
i- Israeli act* >ns and voting
br the tab* of a I sr-l
Bl|
( ontrary U> popular belief An*,*-,
whilr being significant finarnial
the funding of federal elect..,n. ianail
unlimited resource* to rone ,Jlf o
dunng elections is neither t "*m&t
prudent political straleg) i ampamm
! nliutions niK only pas i an paignen
nd a message of gr* [asti
I hey > annot buy fun,- ehsvav
I oken support wher. BJ
- lit <>( doubt is a rst "titcilT
IhjI where a clear disparity \i-ti.poj.
a measure of aelf conf ider,.. lictsU 1
genuine friends only
Actually, one can haw r-pert (nril
w ho is consistent in hi* \:. .. -,^n t
may not agree with them Vshatau
a senator adopting certain i.Mtionjforj
- and then, in anticipation I hirn
changes his tune
While the new notes may bapleasingt
they sometime* do not bjst >od ek
So a* in fact, the wrong undidatei
chances of has campaign promise* ov
long established attitude* arelinn
(andidalea such as Sen < harks Pmrj
Illinois and Sen Gordon Humphrey d\
Hampshire both in both ..r,t-stJr
seeking Jew ash support liasasi nnihera
u< h upport may not ba ^ hm!
^ rt, somrwell meaning i :.rrnei1Je
nev erthek-sa cont r ibute in t h hiipr ti
think that such support iUr>nnji
. hangi <>l heart Bela-f in r>- traditional Jewish \alue liutinanrirai
past deed* should spe^k idet than [
words
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SCHATZBERCJS. ONE AND ALL Surrounding Nnphtali Lav*. NY
general of Israel (third from right), are the Schat/bergs [from left] Judy,
honorees Meyer and Lee. Lois and Alfred. Below. Quadomain movers and**
the l'nited Jewish Appeal Jewish Federation of South Broward 1H4 Camp
-landing Sam Koffler. Nat Sedley. Consul General Lnvie. Harry Rosen
Sam Staff Seated, also from left, are Chairman Harry Kaplan. Co ( hairmail
Zaroff and Leon Weiabrod. president. B'nai B'ritb.
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and Social Servuv
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voyage ol the ship
11 upon which Leon
\V and the movie
rare baaed
|h>T 1 I hooks is the
Israel on the Seventh
Day." Writing for the NY.
Herald Tribune, she told of the
days ol the illegals and the
birth of a nation. Israel
Her exclusive articles and
photographs m l.if.- and CoUiera
magazjaea and the Tribune drew
the indignation of the world -
until the British freed all 52,000
Jewa imprisoned in ( > prua
Miss Qruber is to sjxak to
more than BOO women, all of
whom have committed gifts "t i
minimum of 1126 to the United
Jewish Appeal Jewish Federa-
tion <>f South Broward 1984
(ampaign Geographically,
(havarut encompaeeea the South
Broward Beach, including South
1N mii Drive, Golden Isle-- and
Three Islands
Organizers ol (havarut are Sii
Mtman and Mildren Friedman,
co-chairmen. Kuth (ilickman.
arrangements chairman. Bett)
Kox and Helen Gladstone Inot
pictured), table docontiona;
Schwartz
(iersten
Cohn
Vogel
rida confab of Federations
[ S hwartz, W omen i
[I n iii>nt tor the
Kami Jewiah Peder
imn appointed to
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Jewish li-diratic.il'-
inference March 28-
raion \S orld in (>r
it. in e IS designed to
r Jewish communal
throughout Florida
i numerous issues nl
|ew iah communities m
itional and overseas
Isornl in coo|M-ration
I mini il ol Jewish
the I niled Jewish
t .11 I .1 A \\omens
hi' conference will
number ol plenary
well as amail group
with Mrs Schwartz
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Study Backs Cutting Cholesterol to Curb Heart Disease Risk
By PHILIP M.BOFFEY
WASHINGTON. Jan 12 Medical
researchers today announced "the flret
study to demonstrate conclusively"
that towering choteeterol levels In the
bloodstream reduced the rate of heart
attacks In a high-risk group of middle-
aged men
rhr scientists had cooperated In a H>
yei. 6150 million study sponsored by
the federal Government that uaed a
potent holesterol lowering drug,
choleetyramlne They said the drug
substantially cut both blood choleeterol
levels and coronary heart dlseaae In
middle-*Red men who started out with
\ erv high cholesterol levels
h .mi M Rlfklnd of the National
Henri. Lung, and Blood Institute, who
was protect director for the research,
said the study demonstrated "that the
i isk of coronary heart disease can be
reduced by towering blood choles-
terol "
Previous studies associated high
blood cholesterol with cardiovascular
disease, and many health groups have
commended tow cholesterol diets,
bat whether ihntsetornl reduction
iou)d actually reduce heart disease
h*d remained an open quest ion
The participating acientlata svg-
gested that their findings could have
broad implications Although this
particular study relied primarily on a
drug to reduce blood cholesterol, the
scientists said U supported the view
that towering of cholesterol through
diet would also be beneficial
At the news conference, the scien-
tists cautioned thai they were not urg
ing vast numbers of Americans to start
taking the drug, which is available by
prescription Instead, they suggested a
check with the doctor to see if blood
cholesterol levels ware ragh. us* of diet
as the first means to reduce choles-
terol, and drug therapy only where t hat
seemed medically necessary
Although this study treated only mid-
dle-aged men with very high choles-
terol levels, the scientists suggested
that tens of millions of Americans who
have moderately elevated blood choles-
terol levels, including women and
younger men. could also reduce the
risk of heart attack by lowering their
cholesterol
The study was a "landmark whose
results had been "anxiously awaited."
said Antonio M Gotto, Jr prastdent of
the American Heart Association, a pri-
vate orgaiUzauon that has tang urged
Americans to maintain diets aimed at
knseriBgtlaseaterol levels
George Lundberg. editor of The Jour
nal of the American Medical Associa
lion, which will publish two major
papers from the study in its Jan 20
issue, predicted. "These two articles
will be looked at 25 years from now as
the definitive articles thai secured the
cholesterol theory of coronary heart
diseaae "
Nearly t.SSS Men Studied
The study involved 3.806 men. aged
15 to 59. who had very high blood ch
lesterol levels at least 265 uniLs. well
above the average of about 210 for that
age Only about 5 percent of the men in
North America have cholesterol levels
that high, the institute said
The men in the study had no sign of
heart problems when the study started,
and the tnal was designed to see
whether lowering blood cholesterol
would prevent the later occurrence of a
heart attack
Half of the men randomly chosen,
were given the cholesterol towering
drug while the other half received a
look-alike placebo Both groups were
also instructed to follow a moderately
restricted diet aimed at towering cho-
lesterol The men's health was moni
lored for seven to 10 years
Both the diet and the drug clearly
towered cholesterol levels For a brief
period when both groups were treated
through diet only, total cholesterol
levels fell 3 5 percent Then, when drug
therapy was introduced, total choles-
terol fell an additional 14 percent in the
group that received it in the first year
There was only a slight further decline
in the group tieated with diet only The
drug produt ed an even sharper reduc-
tion in tow density lipoprotein i holes
ii-ioi the type particularly associated
with coronary heart disease
Although this drop in cholesterol
levels was less than the scientists had
expected, it produced a significant
dr.ip in coronary heart disease, said
Ruben I 1-evy. vice president for
health science Ji t olumbia University,
one ol the s< imtists speaking at the
news .inference today at the National
Institutes ol Health in BethesdJ. Md
Ihe group treated with the drug e
prnencad only 155 coronary heart
deaths and nonfaul heart attacks, well
below the 117 recorded in the compan
son group The drug produced a 24 per-
cent reduction in coronary heart deaths
and a It percent reduction in nonfaul
heart attacks
As a rule of thumb, the investigators
said, each I percent fall in cholesterol
was associated with a 2 percent reduc-
tion in the rate of coronary heart duv
The drug treatment also cut the mo
dence of angma pectons heart pain
by JO percent, of coronary artery by
pass surgery by 21 percent, and of poor
heart performance after an exercise
test by 25 percent
The scsaatssit said they fouad as de-
bilitating side effects from the
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\i M YORK (JTAI A gift
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SHOMRAI LEADERS of the Women's Division. Jewish Federation of South
Broward, are [from left] Bertha Faaa. arrangements chairman; Dina Sedley. co-
chairman; guest speaker Irwin Cotler; Nancy Brizel. WD president; Susan Singer, co-
chairman; and Evelyn Steiber, WD Campaign vice president.
Shomrai Luncheon raises $400,000
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that that gilt is maintained or increased a
diamond is added to the gold pin
Since its inception in 19H0, the pin has helped
rain .. total of 12 5 million in th.- Shomrai
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The schedule for the Fourth
National Young Leadership
Conference. March 11-18 at the
Washington HI ton Hotel, will
feature plenanes. workshops and
meetings with congressmen,
according U> conference
organizers
Conference sessions will focus
on the theme Linking
Destinies, and are designed to
get the facts behind critical
issues affecting American Jewish
life in iy*4, an election year
The biennial conference is
sponsored h\ the Cnited Jewish
Appeal's Young leadership
Cabinet and Young Woman I
Leadership Cabinet, and is ex-
pected to draw 2,500 Jews, ages
25 10, from throughout the
country
Th" conference will open
Sund.i\ March 11. with a
plenary session featuring Sen
Rudy lloschwitz H M\i. and
Sen Frank Lautenberg [D NJl. a
former president of the national
I nited Jewish Appeal
hor additional information,
contact the Jewish Federation of
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Dr. and Mrs. David Ansfield and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Zaifert. Not shown are
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Jewish Members
From the 98th Congress
Senate
(Listed by State)
MICHIGAN
Carl Levin (Democrat)
MINNESOTA
Rudy Boschwitz (Republican)
NEBRASKA
Edward Zorinsky (Democrat)
NEVADA
Chic Hecht (Republican)
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Warren Rudman (Republican)
NEW JERSEY
Frank Lautenberg (Democrat)
OHIO
Howard Metzenbaum
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PENNSYLVANIA
Arlen Specter (Republican)
House of
Representatives
(Listed by State)
ALABAMA
Ben Erdreich (Democrat)
CALIFORNIA
Anthony Beilenson (Democrat)
Howard Berman (Democrat)
Barbara Boxer (Democrat)
Sala Burton (Democrat)
Bobbi Fiedler (Republican)
Tom Lantos (Democrat)
Mel Levine (Democrat)
Henry Waxman (Democrat)
COLORADO
Ken Kramer (Republican!
CONNECTICUT
Sam Gejdenson (Democrat!
FLORIDA
William Lehman (Democrat!
Larry Smith (Democrat)
GEORGIA
Elliott Levitas (Democrat)
ILLINOIS
Sidney Yates (Democrat)
KANSAS
Dan Glickman (Democrat)
MASSACHUSETTS
Barney Frank (Democrat)
MICHIGAN
Sander I^evin (Democrat)
Howard Wolpe (Democrat!
NEW YORK
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Benjamin A. Gilman
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William Green (Republican
Richard Ottinjjer (Democrat)
James Scheuer (Democrat)
Charles Schumer (Democrat)
Stephen Solarz (Democrat)
Theodore Weiss (Democrat)
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Willis Gradison (Republican,
OREGON
Ron Wyden (Democrat)
VIRGINIA
' Norman Sisisky (Democrat)
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Parker
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This year's annual
fund-raising event at
Parker Plaza in
behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal -
Jewish Federation of
South Broward 1984
Campaign was
dedicated to resident
Barbara Brown |at
left and below]. With
her and presenting
the Federation's
appreciation nor her
work in support of
Jews everywhere is
Parker Plaza
Chairman Rhona
Miller, below are
Jerry (ileekel. who
brought residents up
to date on Mideast
events [left|, and
honorary chairmen
Lucille and Melvin
H. gbaer.
Mazel tov, Building 2i\
By SAMl'FXSILBKRGKR
Galdfd l>v I h ipint of observing a traditional Jfwafc,^
,h. residents ..I MilU-rwt Building No B in H-.IKt,^^
i i,i .1 dinosf dance. < omm.-morating the l.lth nn.vnJ;
uprning "I MiUvah I'arH. ami U attracted the larK<-M Ktui
dvntt in Um hisi..r\ "I thelniilding
rradition InKhliKhwd and prevailed dunn* thu fa
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Mn i iit\ i,i Bereiin. i>k-d by a irroup ..(^un^i ^
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Mon April 16-Tues April 24
The observance of rrodihon rhe mog-
nificence of the Sedanm rhe beauty of
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Cantor Herrnon MoJomood.
renowned operatic tenor
assisted by the Concord
45 voice Symphonic
Chorale conducted by
Don Vogel' Assoc Con-
ductor Mathew Lazor) to
officiate ot the Services and Sedanm
Outstondng leaders from Government
Press the Arts ond Uterafure Great films
Music day ond night weekdays Special
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ftabbis Cohen and
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Ask the rabbi
Golden Calves still
tempt G-d's people
By RABBI BERNARD P SHOTS!
Temple Beth Ahm
This weak'a Torah portion deacriba*. |>ernaps one ol the b -i
known incident* <>t th- Bible tha creation of the Golden Calf
and Moses indignation over the unions of the Children >>f
Israel
At precisely the same moment in Jewish history, two
brothers. Aaron and Moses, were engaged in identical acth itieo
I'hey both were sculptors Moses carved the Ten Com
mandments on stone while on the summit oi Ml Sinai; \aron
created the (iolden Calf at the foot ol the mount
Aaron had rescinded to the whims and iriah "I the
Israelites, and they danced around their nan found god Thar*
was great celebration and festivit) lor he had mat their naada
Hut Aaron's purpose was i,, stall the Israelites until Mi
returned with the Ten Cornjnandinenta The Golden ('all and .ill
that it represented had no purpose and gave no direction to their
ll\ l's
Moees on the other hand acted in responai to a divine dei
carving G >i i word. Moses could see t he benefit >>t his can inc
laws ol truth to lue by and to enhance societ)
With the shattering ol the firsl l.ihlets ol the Law the
Israelites and the brother*, Moses and Karon realized the fad
that when a people places releliration ol life abo>e discipline and
responsibility, above growth purposa and direction, then tl
must be idolatr)
In our miliv idual li\ es many of us become as idolatrous as diil
our ancestors \\ a dance and celebrate amund the (iolden Calf of
material poaasaaiOB and social position \\ e ignore the 11 d given
responsibilities to our fellow man. to our community and to our
people. I srael
No one can ignore man's desire for pleasures and for survival
However, there must be balance in life We must discipline
ourselves and place (id and the teachings of the Torah which
represents the ideals of freedom, truth, justice and mercy, before
us
The Ten Commandments call upon each of us to enhance our
l.w ish living in the home, in the community and on behalf of our
fellow man everywhere.
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SPRING GLEN N.I JTAI
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Jewry is i... ing fonnidablecnaJ
uninu rested tht turned ofl and
the feminiat movi iw nl
Rabbi Gilbert h
praaidenl ol the Rabbinical
Council "i Vmerica lokJ the
opening seaakMi ol thi
nation t fir.. da) tnidwintei
conferena thai unleei
in/, l ha I tin
legitimate problems lot nrgamzed
religion, we will i PPOf
Rabbi J.Hecht
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annual dinner
t ,. n Lev I

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dinner banqw t dl ,M'
highlighted b) renowned ipeakei
Rabbi Jacob J Hecht
Rabbi Hecht, executive \ re
president ol the National
Committee for the Furtherance ol
Jewish Education, has been .it
the forefront ol Jewish Education
lor 40 yean He is the director ol
IH international!) known Jewish
educational institutions Rabbi
Hs-hi sen es as oilu lal translate!
lor the l.uhavilch relibe Rabbi
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shlitah. ut public gatherings
Music will !* provided bj the
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it will be a (ilutt Kosher affah
Stan SaaTon. president of the
congregation, has asked that
raaarvations l>e made no later
than Feb 19 Rabbi Raphael
Tennenhaiu is the synagogue i
spiritual leader
Cocktails will be served at
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phone 45* 1877
Solel educator
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Karen haminsky director of
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I ilui alors
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ingle* the poor, the dined
. .miagui the unlettered and the
,naii(l W* must reach out to
, lonely and the wandering
Dealing with a major toper of
ihe .out. nine. The Synagogue
and l's Reiattoaahip with the
Son-Jewish communitv
Klaperman told the several
hundred rabbia from across the
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reasing polariullaa and
,u. ni tenaion beMsaaa the
,ihI the races which
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lb i iu d .urn Semitic flaveopa,
ruj ol swastikas ..n walls
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tensions between Hlacks and
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Maperman saw
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its opinion on poiiur-1
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morality in
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God and Jesus dominate Reagan's oratory
IEVIN FREEMAN
JTA Reporter
YOKK President
id g",uP hroadcast
H* last week that Amer-
no need to (ear the
cause "we have a
Irom Jeeus to soothe our
heal OUT hearts and
l>- our fears."
| speech to 4.000 people
_ the National Religious
Iters convention, Reagan
references to God and
ml strongly attacked the
I Court's ban on prayer in
hools
God. source of all knowledge,
should never have been expelled
from our children's classrooms,'
he declared to the thunderous
approval of the audience which
included the Rev Jerry Falwell,
the Christian Evangelist who
heads the Moral Majority
Joseph Herger. religion editor
of Newsday. a Long Island daily,
said Reagan's speech contained
all "the markings of a church
sermon." He quoted Jeffrey
Hadden. a Virginia sociologist
who has written a book on broad-
cast evangelists, as saying he
could not recall a more "explicitly
Christian" speech by Reagan.
sel's 'Golem'
icult reading
lem: The Story of a
By Elie Wieeel; illua
Mark Podwal. Tran-
Iby Anne Borchardt.
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Lricas. New York. NY.
|K3. 105 pp. Ages 12 and
by Doris Orgei
M nl.mcf. this is a
m but offputting book
brooa and gloweruig. no
i-.ic! Its assertions that
il-m is "the most
IK creature in Jewish
fantasy." and that "he
a force which over-
you. moved you.
you with emotion" and
ttaled in no way
Characters are not
>k skips back and forth
It consists more of
is and meditations than
liuilds no momentum
lories: ol the (iolem .
the same way: A Jew
accused of imaginary
They end in the same
the (iolem Intervening
R,hinga in their proper
ldeclarea the narrator
puling to draw the mdm
I lUapatnM nr other
^hniquea
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Jews call speech morally offensive
Keagan's address to the
evangelists, considered an im-
portant potential political consti-
tuency for Reagan, was the presi-
dent's first speech since his
announcement that he would
seek re-election.
Reagan's speech was similar in
tone to one he made last March in
Orlando to the National Associa-
tion of Evangelicals, an organ-
ization of conservative churches
and agencies, which came under
stinging denunciation from
leaders of the three branches of
Judaism.
The president told the Orlando
gathering that "there is sin and
evil in the world and we are
enjoined by scripture and the
Lord Jesus to oppose it with all
our might."
He said Soviet communism "is
the focus of evil in the modern
world" and that those favoring a
mutual freeze on nuclear weapons
were ignoring "the aggressive
instincts of the evil empire."
Jewish religious leaders said
the use by the president of moral
absolutes "in the name of Jesus"
was morally offensive and pos-
sibly a violation of his consti-
tutional obligations; that
castigation of the Soviet Union
as the locus of evil" might
unwittingly bring about the
catastrophe of a nuclear
holocaust; that it implied an
attempt to silence opposition to
the president's policies, including
support of prayer in public
schools, and threatened the
nation's religious pluralism.
Girous. 1982). Singer uses
minimal exposition, has lots of
action and features a comedic.
pidgin-Yiddish mumbling Golem
who yearns to become a human.
Readers can indulge in lively,
cozy emotions on his behalf.
With Math a satisfying work
available. I wondered why this
new. unentertaining "Story of a
U-gend addresses the same age
group. 12 to 14. I assumed it was
a marketing ploy, to justify the
lavish design: ceremonious
looking burgundy-red endpapers
and chapter initials: and Mark
I'odwal s first-rate illustrations
in pen. ink and wash, ap-
propriately brooding, yet delicate
and fine, evoking the spirit of
Judaism against the background
of baroque Prague.
Then 1 read the book again.
And knowing in advance that 1
would not get caught up in the
action. I paid attention to the
parts that on first reading I
rushed past:
For instance, to the subtle
reasoning behind the Golem's
muteness.
For instance, to the central fact
not gratuitous detail, as I'd
lirst thought ol the narrator
being a digger ol graves.
For instance, to the agom/j-d
refusal to accept that the (iolem
vhi> was created to help Jews in
their plight, had to be returned U>
clusi. while the plight continued
and continues
To the verbal magic ol the
name of the Temple in Prague:
\li neue shul that one day-
it shall be given back to
Jerusalem
1 grew fascinated by the
complex interconnectedness of
Maharan and Golem, creator and
created, and. by extension, ol
Wiesel to this material.
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Passover Mission jam-packed
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April 5-18 is nearly complete.
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April 5
Dayl
Arrive at Ben Gurion International Airport.
Tel Aviv.
Welcome reception at Carlton Penta Hotel. Tel
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April 6
Day 2
Tour of Tel Aviv and Jaffa
Visit a new settlement on the sand dunes near
the Gaza Strip.
Visit Yad Mordacai.
Shabbat dinner at hotel
April 7
Day 3
Visit t'a.searea, the ancient Roman capital, and
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Visit Haifa
Arrive in Tiberias
Dinner on boat, with dancing, while crossing
the Sea of Galilee
April H
Day 4
Visit Galilee study security of Israel
Visit Golan Heights with an IDF stronghold
Visit Kibbutz including home hospitality
Have supper with your new friends in thar
dining room
April 9
Day 5
Depart for Jerusalem driving south on the
Jordan Valley Highway
Visit settlements in Jerusalem Hills
Shehecheyanu upon entering Jerusalem
April 10
Day b
Visit UJ A affiliated projects
Visit old and new city of Jerusalem
April 11
Day 7
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Visit the underwater observatory
Visit an IDK naval base.
April 13
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Viait YAD Vaahem Holocaust memorial
attend a Yiakor service
Visit Mount Hertz 1 and the military cemetery
Attend ( sbslot Shabbat at the Western Wall
Shabhat dinner at hotel
April 14
Day 10
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Visit the Israel museum and the Shrine of the
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Walking tour ..I the old city of Jerusalem
Dinner and folklore presentation
April 15
Day 11
Visit lieit Hatafutsot Museum of the Jewish
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Briefing on Project Itenew al
Visit to Hod Hashamn. our Project Renewal
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April 16
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Visit the model of am-lent Jerusalem a
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April 17
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Holywood. Friday **
Con)rr)Ui}ifey Calendar
February
19, Sunday
20, Monday
21, Tuesday
23, Thursday
25, Saturday
27, Monday,
28, Tuesday
29, Wednesday
March
1, Thursday
Religious School Teachers'
Regional WorKshop at Temple
Solel, 9:30 a.m.
Technion, S Broward Women's
Division, meets at Galahad North,
noon
Exercise and Your Health' lec-
ture at Hollywood Medical Cen-
ter. 7p.m
An Orphan in History' by Paul
Cowan is reviewed by Rabbi
Robert Frazin at Sisterhood Lun-
cheon, Temple Solel. 12:15 p.m.
Grand People of Temple Solel
meet. 7p.m
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's AIPAC Director
Thomas Dine addresses
Metropolitan Pacesetter's Din-
ner-Dance at Temple Beth
Shalom. 7:15 p.m.
American Jewish Congress.
Hollydale Chapter, meets at
Galahad South, noon
B'nai B'rtih Women, Hailandale
Chapter, is entertained by Oscar
Goldstein, humorist, at Home
Savings Building, 1 p.m.
Joyous Judaism' is theme of all-
day Florida Mid-Coast Rgion of
Hadassah program at Temple
Beth Am. Margate; call 731-9193
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Lun
cheon and Card Party benefits
Service to the Blind'; call 983
8920, 458-0378 or the temple
Your Community Calendar welcomes news of your Jewish onen
ted organisation All meetings, times and their locations should be
directed to Steve Katon. associate editor, at the Jewish Federation
ot South Broward. 2719 Hollywood Blvd Calendar information must
be recived at least two weeks before publication date

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JEWISH COMMUNITY
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1 Yes' vote being urged
on handgun referendum
The indiacrimate sale of hand
guns in Hruward has sparked a
grassroots campaign supporting
a criminal history check for all
handgun purchasers. The
Sensible Citizens Committee,
with more than 100 volunteers, in
urging a 'yes" vote on the March
13 county wide referendum
"1 cant think of a more impor-
tant local issue keeping hand
guns out of the wrong hands,"
said Karen Margulies. steering
committee coordinator.
Kveryone in this county feels
the threat of handguns. That's
why so many people are joining
our campaign.'
IMKMBERSHIP Co Chairman Jewel Smith and
Reines, JCC Parlour Party co-chairman, address a
| at a winter membership party. If you wish to attend
jur party or want further information about the
hi tact Ed Finkelstein or Mark Sherman.
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; nmler VYilmshurst. For
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Mm
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Mow to Increase Intimacy in
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Singh* dance
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.d 1984 Campaign. Shown are four of the movers
iakera of the building [from left]: Reuben Glad
[Selma Vogel, Co-Chairman Gertrude AltschuD and
ian Eli Stiftel.
adds Eichmann papers
Holocaust collection

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nveraity of Miami reports
original transcript of the
ul.ill Kichmann in 1961 is
major new addition to
Hand It-man Holocaust
len Fa#in. director of
Iversity't Judaic studies
.(iiilared the addition of
rare Ihihk. photographs
cu merits makes the col
Ithi- largest of its kind in
rida
f the rare additions is
an album of items
tic (he destruction of the
pillage in 1942 Another is
and Race.' published in
1 I i and called one of the
blueprints of the Nazi
'.ii a theory
|Mr ii a bonk by Alfred
ti. the Nazi philosopher,
m us the Knemy of the
mi- tor Hitler." is a book
x umtrntl t he eiMtperation
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lili> m in i ri documsots"
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inate Jews by quotations ex-
tracted from the Talmud
Rasputin." a biography of the
infamous Russian monk, at
tributes his most heinous acts to
"malevolent Jewish influence."
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