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Vol. 13, no. 23 (Nov. 11, 1983)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
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Numbering in masthead and publisher's statement conflict: Aug. 4, 1989 called no. 14 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
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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
Uncontrolled:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla
Creation Date:
March 2, 1984

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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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.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statement conflict: Aug. 4, 1989 called no. 14 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
General Note:
The Apr. 20, 1990 issue of The Jewish Floridian of South County is bound in and filmed with v. 20 of The Jewish Floridian of South Broward.
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Title from caption.

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University of Florida
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Hollywood, Florida Friday. March 2, 1964
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Telephones throughout South
Broward will be ringing on April
1. aa thousands of local Jews are
asked to share the vision" of the
1984 United Jewish Appeal
Federation Campaign.
The occasion is Super Sunday
when the telephone becomes the
most important medium for
helping Jews in need worldwide.
Super Sunday Co-Chairwomen
Meral Khrenstein and Delia
Rosenberg have announced that
more than 9.000 homes will be
called on Super Sunday by teams
of hundreds of volunteers. Parti-
cular emphasis has been placed
on reaching members of the
Jewish community who have not
previously participated in the
campaign.
"We will aak our fellow Jews in
South Broward to share our
concern for the human service
needs of our brothers and sisters
at home and abroad." Mrs.
Khrenstein said. "Super Sunday
is the time to declare our com-
munal commitment to the tradi-
tion and ethic of generosity which
have been major factors in the
course of Jewish history."
Super Sunday volunteers will
gather at the Federation Building
from 8:30 am to 9 p.m., calling
on behalf of the campaign. These
volunteers will include the
leaders of Federation, its family
of agencies, and the many Jewish
organizations and agencies
serving South Broward.
"The accent of Super Sunday
is on communal spirit and
dedication to Jewish survival,"
Mrs. Rosenberg said. "We stand
together to help support Jews in
need, regardless of geographic
boundaries or personal circum-
stances. On Super Sunday, no
dream is unattainable and no
accomplishment is beyond our
reach."
As a follow-up to Super
Sunday, a number of synagogues
and temples in South Broward
will participate in a "Super
Week program, seeking
maximum participation of their
congregants in the 1964 cam-
paign.
A large number of spiritual
leaders, congregation board
members and other prominent
members of the Jewish commu-
nity will take part. Federation
board member Elaine Pittell is
chairing the Super Week project
which is being undertaken for the
first time in the history of the
South Broward Jewish com-
munity.
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the 1964-86 budget of Hod Hasharon. South
rds wetar cky in Israel
co-chairman of the Project Renewal committee.
60,000 baing donated to the town will go for
Cta, such aa a day care center for working
.....escbootsrs to. and an early enrichment center
t to public school for youngsters.
issms bow the money is to be spent," Singer
rar, the delegation works intimately with the
MM and racommendat ions.
th< d ttoa include Dr Howard Barren, co^hairman.
Kayo, Executive Director of the Jewish
r^te be staffed on a rotational basis by
wtt bafin operation sometime during the
n-.fr*- and their families will fly to Israel and
I volunteers while living in Hod Hasharon
By JTA
The Soviet Union's new leader, Kon-
stantin Chernenko, is reputed to have shown
practically no personal interest in the Middle
East in the past.
French officials who met Chernenko
personally in the spring of 1982 in Paris
believe that he will exert a restraining in-
fluence on Syria and will urge President
Hafez el Assad to avoid any possibility of a
confrontation with either Israel or the United
States.
They say that, at least immediately,
Chernenko will probably want to concentrate
on internal economic affairs and avoid a
climate of crisis in international affairs,
especially in the Middle East. He is also
reputed to have very little experience in
foreign matters.
The French analysts say Chernenko
represents, both because of his age and his
political past as a protege of former Soviet
leader Leonid Brezhnev, the most "cautious"
fragment of the Soviet leadership.
In terms of Chernenko's effect on
emigration policies for Soviet Jews, the new
Soviet leader in a 1981 speech to the 26th
Party Congress called anti-Semitism "a
nationalistic aberration" which is "alien to
socialism." Brezhnev too had spoken in
similar words at that Party Congress.
However, Dr. William Korey. director of
policy research for B'nai B nth in New York,
is pessimistic that Chernenko's accession to
power will improve conditions for Soviet
Jews.
"During the course of the past year, it is
now clear that basic Community Party
decisions have bean largely taken by the
Politburo as a collective group and it is more
than likely that the forthcoming transitional
period will also be marked by the collectivity
of decision-making,'' Korey said.
UsJc will be staffed year-round
Begin's health Improved
keastofTtJAviv
year's budget wiU go for hiring extra
for the community, located about
u in tarma of the towns self-
ard has been funding Hod Hasharon
SBfmtt between us. Many friendships have
lad by Nat Sedley. will P^ ""f^'"
baton leave. Florid, on ApnU -*
table, and can be reserved by calling 921
Menachem Begins health baa
tremendously unproved recently,
and a cloee friend believes be may
re-enter public life
"Ha looks better now than be
did when we last saw him in
November." said Hart Hasten.
an Indianapolis businessman
who has been a dose friend of
Begins for years, and one of the
few outsiders to have corresp-
onded with him recently
"He's gained some weight, he's
clean-shaven, and he's very alert.
He's up to data on everything.''
Hasten said. "He reads the news-
papers dairy. "I've never seen a
man read so much."
Hasten and his wife Simona
visited Begin at bis Jerusalem
boms in January. The only others
to have seen the former Israeli
Prime Minister recently. Hasten
said, are his children and his
housekeeper.
"In my personal view, from my
observation. I think be is going
to take on more of s public life,'
Hasten said. "Right now be
doesn't want to take on the busy
public life he had for 67 years.
But he's alert, he has a sense of
humor, and he knows eveything
that's going on."


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Business and Professional Women's Network met to plan their
fundraising brunch Sunday March 25 at the Hollywood Beach
Hilton, featuring Rabbi Norman Lipson showing And>
Warhol's "Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century
Left to right: Dodie Weinstein. Nola Goldberg. Susan Malater.
Ed Finkelstein. Robin Fasbinder.
Women's Division raised $341,923 at their B not Shalom
luncheon which was held on February 9th at Reflections on the
Bay. Women attended who contributed $365 to $4,999 dollars
to the women's division 1984 UJA-Federation campaign^
Evelyn Stieber women's division campaign vice president, said
the results were excellent and this will help us reach our I
million dollar goal The arrangements for the B not Shalom
luncheon was Delia Rosenberg and she was greatly helped by
ch of the category chairwomen. Beverly Shapiro
Shoahana chairwoman. $2,500 category. Susen Grossman, chai
chairwoman 1.800 category. Arlene Ray. meirah chairwoman
1.000 level. Janie Berman and Ula Zedeck Yonah co
chairwomen 5.000 level and Brenda Greenman and Merle
(Move, the newly established Tamid Diviaion co-chairwomen
$365 category. The featured guest speaker was Naomi Levme
Vice President of New York University Seated left to right
Beverly Shapiro. Shoahana Chairwoman. Nancy Bruel.
President of women's diviaion. Naomi Levine guest speaker.
Delia Rosenberg, arrangements chairwoman. Standing left to
right: Janie Berman Yonah co-chairwoman, Brenda Greenman
Tamid Co-chairwoman, Evelyn Stieber. Campaign Vice
President. Merle Orlove Tamid-co-chairwoman. Lila Zedeck
Yonah Co-chairwoman Susen Grossman Chai Chairwoman, and
Arlene Ray. Meirah Chairwoman.
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Poll: Labor would
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TEL AVIV UTAI A public
opinion poll published here in
dicated that the Labor Alijrn
ment would score a deciaive
victory over Likud if Knesset
elections were to be held now
According to the survey by the
Modi in Kzrachi polesters, pub
liahed in Mum. the Alignment
would win an absolute majority
of 61 seats in the 120-member
Knesset to 37 seat-, for Likud In
theory, such a result would allow
Labor to govern without coalition
partners labor's natural'
allies. Shulamit Aloni's Owl
Right* Movement and the Shinui
Party, would win one seat and
two seats. respectively. in
elections now. according to the
poll
The poll found that the Na
tional Religious Party would lose
one at. reducing u>. Knesset
mandate from six to five The
Aguda Israel Parts would retain
its lour seats. Temi its three, and
Tehi\ a three
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The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Page 3
ii writer:
We must reconcile ourselves to a Palestinian state
)RK (JTA) The
it of demilitarized
atate ia a historical
Israelis should
lemserves to this
i the only way to solve
East conflict, says
iua. one of Israel's
to Yehoahua, it is
[for Israel to deal
lh the Palestinians
rith King Hussein of
it the future of the
He pointed out that
^-Israeli pact on the
which does not take
into consideration the wishes of
the Palestinians who live in the
area will not solve the Palestinian
problem.
The Palestinians, he claimed,
will not feel bound by any agree-
ment reached between Israel and
Jordan and a situation might
develop in which PLO leader
Yaeir Arafat would return to the
West Bank after the area is
returned to Hussein, without
being committed to a settlement
with Israel.
Yehoahua, who is a professor in
the Department of World Liters
ture at Haifa University, said
Israel should announce "a
declaration of intentions" on the
establishment of an independent
Palestinian state. "This would
bring the Palestinians to the
negotiating table." he main-
tained The Palestinians, he
said, in fact have "no other
choice" but to enter into nego-
tiations with Israel.
"One must not forget that the
Palestinians are now, after the
war in Lebanon, beaten and
disappointed with the whole
Arab world, and they have no
alternative but to accept Israel's
declaration of intentions with
open arms." Yehoahua said.
Developing this theme, he said
he does not share the view that
the PLO cannot be a partner in
negotiations with Israel. He said
that once the PLO recognizes
Israel, Israel should negotiate
with it. "I think that the argu-
ment that we should not nego-
tiate with the PLO because they
are the murderers of children is
not a valid argument. Why?
Because we are willing to
negotiate with other Arabs .such
as (President Hafez) Aaaad of
Syria and the Iraqis whose
records are not much better."
He stressed, however, that the
establishment of a Palestinian
state in the West Bank does not
mean that Israel should
dismantle the Jewish settlements
there. The settlements "can stay
there under Palestinian rule,"
Yehoshua said. "There is no need
to repeat the story of Yamit in
the Sinai (which was dismantled
when the area was returned to
Egypt). The way there are Arab
villages in Israel there can be
Jewish villages in the West
Bank."
A sharp critic of the war in
Lebanon, Yehoshua said that
both the Israelis and the Pales-
tinians were defeated in Lebanon.
He said Israel's losses in the war
were "astonishing." Apart from
some 600 Israeli soldiers who
were killed, Israel was also
defeated morally in the war, he
'Id Jewry Roundup
Canada pressuring Israel
LNOLD AGES
tlegrsphic Agency
- It appears that
dsys of Canada-
are s thing of the
Ite 1983. both Prime
B i<>t t Trudeau and
External Affairs Alan
hsve been making
nents which indicate
from traditional
jes-st views.
lacEachern and
to make their
tents during trips to
es Trudeau did not
ring his last trip.
itements from Arab
ideau insisted that
lid withdraw im-
ind totally from
ive the West Bank
PLO to establish a
writer in the
|B.C. Jewish paper
ommented: "About
the only thing that the Prime
Minister refrained from asking
Israel to do was surrender all its
currency reserves to the PLO and
name Yassir Arafat B'nai
Hrith s Man of the Year."
It wasn't always this way.
Israel enjoyed s more or less
uninterrupted period of support
from Canada up to the early
1970s This was due in part to
two men: Justice Ivan Rand and
Lester Pearson.
Rand was the Canadian
member of the UN Special
Committee on Palestine, which
brought forth the 1947 partition
resolution. Rand's pro-Zionist
feelings are said to have in-
fluenced the committee in issuing
the majority decision to advocate
partition.
And Pearson, while serving in
1966 as Canada's delegate to the
UN. offered the famous
resolution which helped create
the United Nations Emergency
Force, which was interposed
between Egyptian and Israeli
forces. Pearson eventually won
the Nobel Prize for his political
work as a peacemaker.
But of late. Canadian represen-
tatives have on several occasions
supported resolutions con-
demnatory of Israel.
Trudeau was the first com-
monwealth minister to speak out
against Israel during the 1962
invasion of Lebanon. While the
American administration waa
cautiously assessing the
situation, the Canadian parlia-
ment, led by Trudeau, passed
resolutions denouncing Israel
and demanding immediate with-
drawal.
However, the Parliament's
liberal caucus, having been
apprised of the reaction of
Canada's large liberal Jewish
constituency, urged Trudeau to
adopt a more judicious approach
in foreign policy statements on
the Mideast.
In early 1964. Canadians are
talking about the prospects of an
election. But the Conservative
Party must unseat the Liberals in
order for Brian Mulroney who
has advertised his warm feelings
for Israel to take power. But
even in that event, it is unlikely
that Canada will return to the
pro-Israel sentiment of the
Pearson era.
But, he pointed out, without
intending to, the war in Lebanon
might in the end result in one
blessing. "The Palestinians have
reached a dead end as far as their
military options are concerned
and might now turn to the
political option to solve their
conflict with Israel," Yehoshua
said.
He observed that Israel now
finds itself in a "catch-22" situa-
tion in Lebanon. "Israel wants to
leave I^ebanon now but she cant
because once Israel withdraws,
the Katyushas will start falling
again on Israel's northern
villages," Yehoshua said. One
solution might be for Israel to
remain in Lebanon for a few
years. Another solution would
entail a general settlement of the
Palestinan-Israeli conflict.
Lewis: Embassy
should be in Jerusalem
Ethiopia improving
IK (JTA) The
thiopian Jews has
fie past three years,
rt reached what an
>ish leader would
pptable" situation
sakove. president of
nerican Conference
Jewry, returned
after visiting the
ace. It waa her first
ft since 1981.
it in the villages
| eight days during
nee were now
ring been closed by
nveminent in 1961.
[of Ethiopian Jaws
ng government
Is and the villages
eric an tourists.
There will be a presentation on the state of Ethiopian Jewry
on Wednesday March 7 at noon at the Jewish Federation of
South Broward. The discussion will be led by Donald Lefton.
chairman of the 1984 NJCRAC plenum.
But in other areas of the
Gondar province, hard hit by
famine and drought, and border
wars with Somalia, the plight of
these Jews has not unproved.
The Ethiopian
a been
Jewish com-
munity has been estimated at
about 20,000. Precise numbers of
those who have emigrated to
Israel are disputed. Emigration,
period, is illegal in Ethiopia.
Many aspects of the Israeli
effort in the rescue operation
remain secret, although reports
clearly indicate that Ethiopian
Jews have been able to escape
Ethiopia and reach Israel.
Volunteer organizations have
clashed over whether the Israeli
government ia doing enough to
rescue Ethiopian Jews. However.
Ribakove said that Israel is doing
an excellent job at this. "The
difference between now and a few
years ago ia spectacular," she
said.
JERUSALEM (JTA) US.
Ambassador Samuel Lewis said
here that he regards Jerusalem as
the capital of Israel and knows it
is an "affront" to Israel to have
the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv
rather than in Jerusalem. It
should have been moved there in
the 1960s. Lewis said.
The VS. envoy made his re-
marks to 70 American Jewish
leaders representing the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
at a dinner at the Jerusalem
Hilton. He explained that over
the years it had become difficult
for the U.S. to transfer its em
baasv to Jerusalem because of
the belief that the move would
harm the U.S. ability to make
peace in the Middle East
The situation could be resolved
eventually only through a peace
agreement that included a section
on Jerusalem, Lewis said. The
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee is scheduled to hold a
hearing next week on a resolution
by Sen. Daniel Moynihan (D.
NY) asking that the embassy be
moved to Jerusalem.
Family Mission to Israel leaves July IS
'otential threat
mtral America
Guatemala (JTA)
of representatives
[immunities from
has concluded
traguan pro case"
Itial threat to the
other Jewish
i the region.
the Sandinista
Nicaragua, which
the political un-
area, the leaders
said that nearby
ties could be In
i is exported.
the potential
the Jews of
i do not currently
see themselves aa being on the
eve of a massive exodus.
There are two stable and
dynamic Jewish communities in
the region: Panama (5.000-6.000
Jews) and Costa Rica (2.000-
3,000) Other countries with
Jewish populations are
Guatemah (about 1.0001, a
community reduced by
smigration, but still active; and
El Salvador and Honduras.
which have about 40 Jewish
families seen
The meeting was taw 11th
convention of the Federation of
of Central
A family mission is the richest
resource for teaching your
children the spirit and challenge
of Israel and what it means to the
continuity of the Jewish people.
Learning about and ex-
periencing Israel first hand
together, you will be contributing
deeply to your growth as a
Jewish family, and to your
children's future as leaders in the
Jewish community worldwide.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward is sponsoring ite
annual Family Mission to Israel,
leaving July 16 for eleven daya.
Special programming will be
arranged for all members of the
family, with particular emphasis
on activities for the children.
All hotels on the mission will
be 5-star All meals and tran-
sportation are mduded in the
price There will also be in-depth
with Israeli leaders,
"hospitality with Israeli
a. UJ A guides aboard all
For more information, call the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward at 921-8810 or mail back
the attached coupon.
Family Mission to Israel
July 15-26
Call 921-8810
Or Sand To:
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Florida 33020
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Volume 14
4i
28 1 ADAR 6744
Number 5
Israel's Anger With
Gemayel Seems
Entirely Justified
Israels anger at the Gemayel govern-
ment's scrapping of the Israel-Lebanon
accord worked out so carefully last May 17
is both justified and understandable.
It brought an instant retaliatory military
operation last Sunday, when Israeli
warplanes pounded three Lebanese villages
in attacks upon guerrilla strongholds. Two
of these attacks were against targets east
of Beirut. The other was against the
southern Lebanese town of Damour.
Since the fatal change in the balance of
power in Lebanon and what appears to be
the imminent demise of the Gemayel
regime, it has been clear that Palestine
Liberation Organization terrorists are once
again filtering back into Lebanon to add to
the confusion in that hapless nation divided
by ancient enmities among Shiite and Suni
Muslims on the one hand and Maronite
Christians on the other.
All of this civil war has been com-
pounded in its problems by the Alawite-led
Syrian activity against Gemayel to get
him to abrogate his accord with Israel. In
this five-pronged struggle, the PLO plays
the role of sixth wheel a wheel Syria's
President Assad sent careening out of
Tripoli and rolling toward a second PLO
exile in almost as many years the first
having been Israel's destruction of the
PLO's forces in Beirut at the start of the
war.
AU of these complexities apart. Israel
must now deal with the arrogance of a
situation that finds a duly-signed political
instrument between itself and another
Arab nation scrapped as a result of the
inspired warfare by a second Arab nation.
With the stark image in Israel's mind of
the absolutely unbelievable behavior of
Egypt's Hosni Mubarak in Washington
last week, which now suggests the
abrogation of the Camp David accord itself,
no wonder the Israelis sent their jets out
storming in a warning to the Lebanese:
Abrogated accord or no abrogated accord,
Lebanon cannot return to its previous
status of a staging area of terrorism
against northern Israel.
Filling in Background
Mubarak hung tough in WashingU
By HELEN SIl.VFR
WASHINGTON
(JTAI President
Keagan, King Hussein of
Jordan and President
Hosni Mubarak of Kgypt
emerged from a luncheon
meeting at the White
House with Keagan
declaring that the Middle
Last conflict "must be
resolved by negotiations
involving an exchange of
territory for peace.-'
In addition Mubarak urged
i hi- Imted State* to open a
dialogue with the Palestine
Liberation < Irgani/ation through
Yasir \rafat and Hussein ex
preaaed hia appreciation for the
tarss-Wl) talks and his own
private meeting ith Keagan
A SENIOR Administration
affinal ho summed up the talk*
later st reused however that
thrrv had lxen no breakthrough
An divisions iff taken and no
Ufa plans were made that was
not the purpose of the meeting
he said
Th<' official alao dissociated
Keagan born Mubarak i
II S dialogue h
obeerving that \%l
control statementi bri|
ing chief nf *uta wj,
tainly don't endow]
standing there
He reaffirmed that I
stands In Secunt?
resolutions 'Jt'.' and
framework for MidoVI
and declared We
tention of negotstajl
PLO
The official Mid lol|
(ontinuedoal
Someone pays the price .
until you pay your pledge
IN HONOR OF HARRY AND EVELYN GOLDSTEIN.
Hollybrook increased their pledges by 87 percent over last year
during their annual dinner, at Temple Beth Shalom on Feb. 12.
From left, Wolf Blitrer. Washington correspondent for the
Jerusalem Post; Harold Goldberg, chairman 1984 Hollybrook
campaign; Roth Goldberg, dinner co-chairman Harry and
Evelyn Goldstein; Lillian and Lester Weil.
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hernuchin, Hillcreat WD co-chairman; J. Frederic Btitetein, gueat
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president Campaign. Below, from left, are Eleanor Sacknoff,
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AT GALAHAD WEST Flora Berkeley receive, an honor
from Sidney and Dorothy Hodea Jerry Gleekel (right) .poke at
the occasion.
Metro Pacesetter
a success; raises
more than $100,000
The metropolitan pacesetter,
held last Saturday, raised more
than $100,000 for "the 19R4 UJA
Federation campaign, according
to chairman Michael Orlove
More than 200 persona at
tended the function, held at
Temple Beth Shalom It was the
largest metro pacesetter dinner in
the history of the community,
said Dr Philip Levin
"The fact that there are so
many new pacesetters in this
room attests to the vitality and
depth of commitment which have
spurred our federation to greater
accomplishments with each
year." Levin said
The group also listened to
Thomas Dine, executive director
of the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee. and
Congressman Larry Smith of
Hollywood
Ted Newman, chairman of the
1984 campaign, talked about the
role of the American Jewish
community
"There was an expression that
became popular a decade ago
Think globally, act locally That
statement sums up the purpose
of this dinner Tonight we gather
to set the pace in responding to
the many lasuee and needs facing
world Jewry by declaring our
commitment to our local
federation."
Passover
ot the Concord
Mon April 16-lues April 24
The observance of trodifion the moo
nificence of rhe Sedonm rhe beouty of
rhe Services rhe wormrh of rhe Holiday
Confer Herman Motomood
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Totenkopf 'l'"lh' J.Jn
,v,or, planned for March 30m
the town of Oberaula. SUte ol
Hesse.
But while various organiza
lions and trade union* are urging
the state Minister of Interior to
ban the rally on constitution,
grounds, the community of 3.500
5E ba. disturbed by the
prospect of SS veterans m their
Mubarak
Continued from Page 4
had assured his guests that he
will not shy away from the
peace process during this election
vrar He (the President) made
clear the need for moving for
ward The official refused to
elaborate however on Reagan s
rrmark about exchanging
territory for peace
IS HIS REMARKS to the
press after the luncheon meeting
which lasted well over an hour
Reagan said he and his guests
had discussed in detail the
opportunities for progress in the
Middle Fast He stressed his
September 1 1089 peace ,nl
native as the best means toward
progress and blamed the situa
lion in Lebanon on "outside
forces
Mubarak had the most to say
to reporters at the White House
He maintained that the key to a
solution in Lebanon is "the
prompt and unconditional with
drawal of Israeli forces from
that country He held Israel's
invasion of Lebanon to be the
cause of the problem'' and
warned that the partition of
l>ebanon "must be prevented at
any coat" He suggested an
expanded and reenforced peace
keeping role for the I'nited
Nations in Lebanon He alao
insisted that the Palestinian
problem must be addressed
"without delay
Mubarak who met with Arafat
in Cairo last December after the
PLO chtef was ousted from
1-ebanon by Syrian backed
Palestinian dissidents told
Reagan The Palestinian people
are entitled to your support and
understanding There is no tub
stitute for a direct dialogue with
them through their chosen repre
sentatives the PLO "
HE SUGGESTED that the
dialogue be held with Arafat
whom he described as "a reapon
aible leader who has demon
atrated tremendous courage
under the moat difficult circum
stances "
Huaaein said after the meeting
that he "came* back the unpree
awn that Egypt and the t' S are
willing to contribute their full
share in the search for peace
The senior Administration
official described the three way
talks aa "vary lively and
animated an ainng of oon
cerns and views about the need to
renew the focus in the Middle
Eaat He said the purpose of the
meeting had bean to diacuas
where the situation in the region
aa a whole and in Ibanon stands
today and what can be done to
reactiv st* the peace process
mldat than they laarful of
p^bl* demonetraUona by antl
Nazi groupa
Theloc^autr^iaa.mambar.
( th. ruling ChriaUan
Democratic Union. ?
public hall to ttow-Nw^ Hotel
,nd reauurant o*1* -"
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SOO-odd SS veterane and their
families ____
They are concerned, howevar.
that their town's image aa a
touriat resort wiUbn
protestors They m
tkular the thouaajl
who protested *M
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iN.
* j Television Review
A Miami Beach story
,
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it hostess committee for the Chavarut luncheon to be
Eh 12 at 10 a.m. at Turnberry-Iale. met to diacusa
Its and liaten to apeaker Ruth Gruber. Below, La Mer
Kugel listened to Dora Roth. Left to right: Delia
i, Estelle Gluttman. Dora Roth. Ella Upaher. Aniella
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BLOOMERS" WPBT Channel
2 Aired Tuesday February 28
Second airing to be announced.
Written, directed by Hildy
Brooks. Starring Hildy Brooks
and Pearl Shear 1979.
"Bloomers" is the story of an
artist suiting to taste success,
and her mother, living in a dingy,
poorly kept one room apartment
in lower Miami Reach. At 4 a.m.
one morning. Pacific time, the
daughter abruptly sits up on her
bed. awakening her husband. The
bleakness of the hour allows her
to see things clearly that are
blurred during the lit hours: she
is alone in an aloof world where
little matters, not even her ab-
stract art that previewed on a
gallery s walls earlier in the day.
She begins dialing a number.
"Who are you calling now?"
mumbles her husband. "My
mother It's three hours later in
Miami." she answers.
The Kastern Air Lines jet
lands at Miami International
with the daughter, played by
'M)ish Hildy Rrooks, an actress
first, but making her filmmaking
debut for the American Film
Institute. Rrooks' scene change
from Ix)s Angeles to Miami is a
change from the land of gild to
the land of guilt There is so
much guilt here, in Rrooks
Miami.-that it surrounds you like
the humidity The Latin taxi
driver playing samba music too
loudly starts in on her before she
van crosses the Causeway to the
Reach When he finds out that
Hildy s husband is not with her.
he casually suggests
Boyfriend?" as the reason why
she's here.
One of the ladies from Hildy s
mother's retirement building,
sitting on the porch in the sun.
literallv attacks the cab for
LEADERSHIP AT L'JA CAMPAIGN EVENT -
Mel Lazernick, chairman. Jack Pinkie, Gert
loseph Miller, HerbTolpen.
I
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1ST AT GOLDEN HORN: Simon Kahn, Mitchel
lichael Schlanger, Herman W aid man, Elmer
Abi Ben Ari (speaker), Sumner Kaye, Sam
V
-IAD COURT: (from left) Je*otU Suaaman.
Anne Lowe, honoree; Matilda Kimelblot. co
Briefer, co-chairman.
dropping Hildy off in a No
Parking zone in front of her chair.
Hildy laughs, but then the
woman launches her assault on
Hildy. once she recognizes her as
the daughter who comes to see
her mother just once a year, for
not coming to her mother's side
while she was in the hospital for a
heart attack. Shocked. Hildy
says she knew nothing about it.
"Doesn't matter. You've only got
one mother. You've got to learn
to take care of her." Hildy walks
upstairs to find her disheveled
mother unprepared for her
daughter's visit. It s the
perennial Jewish mother's
apartment with the daughter's
artwork dating back to grade
school still on the walls, but
messy with laundry on the floor
Hildy reprimands her mother for
not telling her about the hospital
visit, where she nearly died, and
for eating "poison" in the guise
of a salami.
Mother and daughter's roles
have reversed, and the mother,
playing the child, demands the
subject be changed to "So
how's your husband"1" This is the
subject Hildy doesn t want to
talk about She turns her head,
giving her mother the op-
portunity to pop a nitro pill
Folksinger Mary Travers, of
Peter, Paul and Mary fame,
will be the featured performer
at "Freedom Rally '84." a
community wide rally on
behalf of Jews in the Soviet
Union, on Sunday, March 11
at 2 p.m. in Peacock Park.
Coconut Grove. The rally ia
being sponsored by the South
Florida Conference on Soviet
Jewry, a committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration'a Community
Relations Committee.
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argun ent over who is going to fix
luncl, and Hildy insists on
pick jig up and doing the
lauidry. Rut when Hildy finds a
prir of white bloomers, her
r.other snatches them away and
won't give them back. "A
daughter should not wash her
mother's bloomers." she insists,
clutching them irrationally away
from Hildy. Their argument
turns to laughter, then to tears in
her mother's eyes. When the old
lady was 12. and her mother weak
from illness, she asked her to
wash her bloomers. She refused,
and it was the last favor that was
asked of her by her dying mother.
Now. 50 years later, the guilt of
that childish act is recalled. Hildy
takes the crying woman in her
hands, walks her to the mirror
and plays mother She insists
that the act has long been
forgiven and that her mind
should no longer be burdened
with the thought. Relinquishing
the bloomers to Hildy for
washing, the old lady tells Hildy
to resolve her own conflict and
call her husband in California.
They embrace, then Hildy cries
out. Mama, you're so wise!" "If
I were so wise." the old lady
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salami?"
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KEHILLAH BRUNCH
More than 200 women are
expected to attend the third
annual Kehillah Brunch on
Thursday March 8 in the Garden
Room at Turnberry Isle Country
Club, according to this year's
chairwoman Fran Haskin. The
brunch is a celebration for all the
women who work to make an
easier life for Jews around the
world and in South Rroward
This year's arrangements co-
chairwoman are Carrol Men-
delson and Helen*- Winnick.
Hostess chairwoman is Cheri
Rothschild. Hostess coordinators
are Sharon Baron. Hazel
Greenberg. Elaine Konefsky.
Debbie Morris. Darlene Oklin.
Babs Wetngar Reservation
chairwoman is Lynda WilenU
The guest speaker is J. Frederick
Hlit.item There is a S125
minimum commitment.
WESTERN DIVISION
The annual Western division
cocktail on behalf of the UJA
Federation campaign will be held
on Saturday evening March 10 at
8 p.m. at the home of Mark and
Renee Kaplan. 1741 NW 108th
Avenue. Pembroke Pines The
speaker will be Gene Greensweig.
A minimum family gift of $250 is
asked
GOLDEN SURF
Estelle and Seymour Deutsch
are to be honored Sunday. March
11. at 10 a.m. at a complimentary
breakfast in Golden Surf Towers
Bod*] Hall in behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal-Jewish
Federation of South Broward
1984 Campaign
Former residents of Chicago,
the Deutschs had been active
there in Jewish causes, he as
director of B'nat B'nth Lincoln
Park 1-odge and a member of
Temple Shalom and its men s
dub
Mrs Deutsch was active in the
Sisterhood of that temple and w
now a member of the Golden Surf
Towers Women's Division of
Federation Deutsch also was a
co-founder. membership
chairman and past vice president
of B'nai B'rith s Golden Isles
Lodge
According to Irving Baum.
Julius Cooper and William
Kassin. Federation leaders at the
condominium, speaker will be
Israel Amitai. a worldwide
traveler and spokesman for
United Jewish Appeal
Contact Debbie Brodie at
Federation. 921-8810, for more
information
PLAZA TOWERS
The Pacesettmg leaders of
Plara Towers will hold a cocktail
buffet on behalf of the UJA
Federation campaign on Sunday
March 11 at 5 p.m. in the Plaza
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her late husband Irving. Prom left, William Meieter, Albert Schiro, honorees, Dorothy Lenz, steering committee, Sam Salz, co-chairman.
, Elsie Myers, Jack and Rone Orloff.
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Intermarriage biggest concern in Germany
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and large proportion of them
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immunity Calendar
March 2 and Saturday, March 3
Richard J Margoli*. of Temple Sinai. Hollywood, will be
Lung hi 10th year annivertary in the Rabbinote, the
Lid o* March 2. 1984. The fettivitiet begin with o ioeciol
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.evening initallation ceremony during service*. March 2,
Continuing on Shabbat morning and culminating with a
I March 3. marking the occation
iy, March 4
jh Sobro-Scopu Chopter Charity Auction at I 00 p m.. ot
lywood Rotary Club, 2349 Taylor Street, Hollywood
iminot presentation of Rho Pi Phi International pharmacy
iity, 8 a.m. at Home Saving* building. Young Circle
tood Call 932-1910
jay March 6
"Vonoble Rote Mortgagee Fact* ond Fiction*"
id by Elizabeth Keeler. 2997 Oaktree Lane. Hollywood,
m pon*ored by Notional Council of Jewi*h Women*
Network Call 989-8586 The Shalom Chapter of the
jod Hodo**ah will hold it* regular meeting 12 noon, ot
>e Saving* building, 3rd floor, Young Circle, Hollywood
lesday, March 7
Gala Founder* Ball for the American Friend* of the
University, ot Temple Beth Shalom in Hollywood
tile Series "For Women Only" at 7 30 p.m (led by
Zimmerman) ot Temple Solel Nurery School Open
t 7 30 p.m. at Temple Solel The South Broward Region
irjn's American ORT will ho*l a membership event with
mment. lunch ond a vi*ual sampling of ORT'* countries
to'io" presented by the 23 chopters in South Broward All
|embers will be invited to attend with their sponsors free
je by reservation only The event will take place at the
3 i Jewish Center, 416 N E 8th Avenue, Hollandale
5891 for more information
March 9
will be a specially written, creative Shobbot Service
rg Dr Somuel Z Joffe ot 8 00pm David Shapiro Rabbi
jjs ot Temple Smoi, Hollywood, will be the guest speaker
Irg the Service, there will be on Oneg Shabbat sponsored
)Hicer* and Board of Directors
ay,March 10
Sisterhood Progressive Dinner at 7 30 p.m Coll
0.1 777
Sole
^or962 1777
iy, March 11
S.noi present* the f mole in the "Smoi Series", the Miami
sera Company performing eicerpt* from "la Boeheme
may be purcha*ed m the Temple office, 1201 Johnson
|lAOod at $15 00 per ticket Dr ond Mr* Samuel Z
ill be honored on hit 25th Anniversary as spiritual leader
^pie Beth El A champogne reception will be held for
>nd Mrs Joffe m the Tobm Auditorium of the Temple,
14th Avenue. Hollywood The reception is open to
r* only from 300to500pm UAHC. Southeast
Social Action Meeting ot I 00 p m ot Temple Solel
:ondommium celebrates its Isroel bond Night for Israel. 8
lay, March 13
erhood of Temple Beth El luncheon meeting will be held
noon, m the Tobm Auditorium of the Temple, 1351 S
< Hollywood The program will feature Arlene Ditchek,
local book reviewer who will discuss "The Little
fer Girl by John leCorre Deadline for reservation*
March 9th Please call Dorothy Sohm, 454-0348 or Anna
927-0876 Thi* meeting i open to member* and their
kuests only
leiday, March 14
life Series "For Women Only" ot7 30 p.m ot Temple
A Night for Israel is cheduled ot De Solo Park for Stote
l bonds 8pm in the auditorium
lay, March IS
idoism ot 8:00 p.m. (conducted by Robbi Robert P Fronn)
le Solel
immunity Calendar welcome* news of your Jewish orlerv
|ization. All meetings, tlmee and then locatlone should be
ito Art Harris, associate editor, at the Jewlah Federation
Broward, 2719 Hollywood Blvd. Calendar Information must
1 at least two weeks before publication date.
'Jewish Medical
Ethics'
Topic of speech
Rabbi Immsnuel Jskobovits,
the Chief Rabbi of the United
Hebrew Congregations of the
British Commonwealth, will
speak on the subject of his book,
"Jewish Medical Ethics" on
Monday March 12 st 8 p.m. at
Temple Beth Shalom. The
congregation is at 1400 N. 46th
Avenue. Hollywood. The speech
is sponsored by the South
Broward Midrasha, and there will
be S3 admission.
Jskobovits is Joint President
of the Council of Christians and
Jews: President of the Con-
ference of European Rabbis;
Founder and Chairman of the
Jewish Educational Development
Trust. London; snd President of
the Institute of Judaism and
Medicine, Jerusalem
Formerly he served as Chief
Rabbi of Ireland and rabbi of the
Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New
York City. He was knighted by
H.M. Queen Elizabeth II in 1981.
The speech is being co-
sponsored by Temple Beth Ahm.
Temple Beth El. Temple Beth
Emet, Temple Beth Shalom.
Temple Shalom. Temple Solel.
and Temple Israel of Miramar.
CAMPAIGN LEADERS AT HEMISPHERES EVENT
(from left) Ted Newman, JFSB campaign chairman; U.S.
Senator Paula Hawkins; Molly Roth, Hemispheres chairman;
and Morse Engleman, Chairman of Bay North building.
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As you plan your 1984
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life insurance to the Legacy and
Endowment Fund at the Jewish
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Many people have found that, in
addition to providing great
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Remember if you itemize your
deductions, every dollar you
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Life insurance is a favored
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1. Insurance provides an
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2. The death benefit ia
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Rights report hits Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department, in its annual
report on human rights practices
around the world, repeats its
assertion that Israel's main
human rights problem is due to
its control of the West Bank and
Gaza Strip and the situation is
made worse by the policy of
establishing Jewish settlements
there.
"The essential fact is that
Israel is governed democratically
and the West Bank is not."
Elliott Abrams. Assistant
Secretary of State for Human
Rights and Humanitarian
Affairs, said.
The report adds. "The most
significant human right problems
for Israel (in 1983) derived from
the strained relations between
the Israeli authorities and the
Arab inhabitants of the occupied
territories. These problems were
exacerbated as a consequence of
the government's continued
implementation of its policy of
strengthening, expanding, and
developing Jewish settlements in
those areas."
While the report is laudatory
about conditions in Israel it does
note that while Israeli Arabs
have equal rights under the law,
they "are substantially powerless
and tend to feel alienated
Despite some governmental and
private efforts to bridge the gap
there is little social interaction
with Israeli Jews "
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chanty for current needs
Here* how it works the
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Kach veer as the premium comes
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the premium The cancelled check
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made to the Fund, the amount of
the Rift, and the date it was
made It will therefore assure the
contributor a full deduction up to
50 percent of his adjusted gros
income v\ hen an indirect gift is
made, the annual deduction is
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payers income
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Mayor Deve Keating of Hollywood PL.
Prime Minister Menachem Begin of Israel st sfcl
Jerusalem with Certificate making him Hoeorsrt(
of Hollywood.
Mayor Keating
'Everyone Shoulj
Go to Israel'
By AMY WILPON
The Israelis have the pwneer sprt tk
Americans seem to have loat." seal Mayor Drd
R Keating upon returning to Hollywood if* I
thrt* week trip to Israel The Israelis wertve?
ruce. and it was one of the greatest expenenwa
my life
Mayor and Mrs Keating went on U* toe-
conducted by I>r Morion Malavsky of Traps
IU-th Shalom When they arrived in I"**'
welcoming cocktail party and banquet was Wds
their honor Vigal Barzilai. the vies miyor i
ller/lia and Mayor of Keating exdusf"
honorary citizenships and keys In thr cl<
making Hollywood and Herxlia sister dOBI
(m ol the highlights of the Keating* tnp
th^r visit ith Menachem Heg'" The Kww*
and the Malavskys were welcomed into the fnet |
Minister's home and they spent more thsn a
hour together
A private tour of the Knesset > a""***
for the group A meeting was held wh U
Menachem I'oruah. who also pBCSMtQ rK
the mayor The city of Tiberias
official welcome to the mayor at a dinner wxtw
mayor of Tiberias attending
There was such a contrast between th*10**
Stale* and Israel In the Holy Land yc*
history everywhere you go J"^*"
Bethlehem. Jencho there is so much to"**"
do I think everyone should, at aorne tun* |
lives, go to I srael." Mayor Keating said
The highlight of our firet trip to Isrsei is I
meeting with Prime Miniater Begin at his bo*
^^ i k*4 U
Oe our second trip this peat seasmer I
pleneure of rapraeaetleg Governor t'"**V
dedication of the Floride Ho-e st Hebrew I-^
Serah and I ISI.llllI eech time at the |fH
beiegm.de by the dedicated people of Iara*L
VOTE MARCH 13th: RE-El
MAYOR DAVE KEATlN<
PUNCH #174
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, Friday. March 2,1984
ThtJiwuh Floridian of South Broward
Page 13
Jlis
hsH FAMILY SERVICE OF BROWARD COUNTY
Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood. FU. 33021 (305) 966-0966
band played on;
ithout Ricky W.
Mrs. W. contacted the
iuse they were con-
(ii their son Kicky, age
Iwa-- missing school
stomach aches. Mr.
were very frustrated
their attempts to
tie problem had not
had initially taken
k<> family pediatrician
if it was a medical
tie pediatrician, after
the Ws that there
ir to be any physio-
i son-, for Ricky's
lach aches The Ws
ed several strategies
ty with his problem
^nning a nutritionally
rt waking Ricky up a
lier each morning to
Efficient time for
ind insisting that
|t" school with his
net All these ap-
id not worked and
till missing school.
be first interview, the
:-n as a very pleasant,
| out going couple and
a shy, good looking
[was in the 6th grade
lways been a good
school but his con-
jee was affecting his
and Ricky could not
By other time that he
^capacited. The family
ged to keep track of
id days of the attacks
ing to change any of
ors
I next interview, two
\. the Ws stated that
Dad to have his
Ichea on Mondays.
p and Fridays. Ricky
ptsed to understand
lifterent on those days
Hherapist's help he
ph.it it might be that
cular days were days
I band
Ifather had been a
jsician during his
youth and had worked his way
through college playing with a
group. He had long encouraged
Ricky to play the clarinet and
was very concerned about
Ricky's progress with this in-
strument and his performance in
band.
Ricky was able to express his
fears about disappointing his
father with the therapists help
He knew how much his father
loved music and how concerned
his father was about his progress.
Ricky said that he hated the
clarinet and that he began to
dread band because he was afraid
he would never be good enough to
meet his father's standards
Mr. W was able to understand
that he was placing stress on
Rkkjr by expecting that Ricky
live up to his expectations and be
the musician Mr. W. was The
father and son were able to
communicate their caring to each
other. They made plans to go to
concerts together for even though
Kicky didn't want to play an
instrument himself, he still
enjoyed music. Mr. W was also
encouraged to work with a friend
of Ricky's who played the
clarinet, for he obviously enjoyed
teaching.
Ricky's stomach aches stopped
when he gave up band and his
attendance and grades improved
If you have any questions or
feel that we can help, contact
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Hroward County. 4517 Holly-
wood Blvd.. Hollywood. 33021
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WECOMMEND
JOHN WILLIAMS
ON HIS ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR ALL OUR PEOPLE
DURING HIS TWELVE YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE
Remember
He Speaks Out.
For"
Re-Elect
JOHN WILLIAMS
Your Hollywood
City Commisioner

WE ENTUSIASTICALLY ENDORSE
JOHN WILLIAMS' REELECTION
as your
HOLLYWOOD COMMISSIONER

Martin Abraham
William Abrahams
Jack Altman
I.arry Argiro
Joseph Atlin
Hank August
Evelyn August
Frankie Bell
Nathan Bennett
Otto Berko
Bernard M. Berlin
Mary Berlin
Sam Berlin
Leon Herman
Robert A. Butterworth
(Former Sheriff)
Janet Chase
Bernard Clark
Claire Cohen
Jack B. Cohen
Moe Cohen
Tom Cohen
Irma Crader
Nat Demian
luis L. Dickman
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Joseph Dubin
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Hon. Harold J. Dyer
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I IMPORTANT!
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SHOULD VOTE FOR JOHN WILLIAMS
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MARCH 13
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Page 14
The Jewish Floridian of South Brvward
Holywood, Friday.
Affirmative action
Chile urged to extradite Rauff
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith has
called on Chile's Minister of
Interior, Sergio Onofre
Jarpa, to act affirmatively
on the request of his
country's Jewish commu-
nity that Nazi war criminal
Walter Rauff be expelled
from Chile. During World
War II, some 250.000 Jews
were murdered in Europe
by the movable gas vans
invented by Rauff.
In a cablegram to the Chilean
official Abraham Fox man
ADL's associate national director
and head of its international
Affairs Division said that "world
Eublic opinion and international
iw demanded that Walter Rauff
be brought to justice for his
crimes against humanity Now
the Jewish community of Chile
has appealed to you asking for
the expulsion of Kauff We
urge that you using the powers
of your office respond affirm-
atively to the request of iw
Comite Representative de r.nti
dades Judias de Chile the
representative organization 01
Chilean Jewry
FOXMAN ALSO cabled West
German Justic Minister Hans
Engelhard calling on his govern
ment ot request that Chfle expel
Rauf so that the Federal Republic
of Germany could bring him to
trial there Kngelhard replied
that his government "is now
investigating what measures can
be taken or solution found
regarding Rauff* expulsion or
extradition to the Federal
Republic Foxman said
Meanwhile Foxman disclosed
a number of other developments
in connection with Rauff
B'nai B'rith of Chile acting
on behalf of B'nai B rith Interns
tional presented a letter to
Interior Minister Onofre jarpa
urging him to favorably consider
the request of the government of
Israel that Rauff be expelled
leaders of the Peruvian
his "crimes against humanity
They told the Chilean diplomats
that the statute of limitations
do>w not apply to such enmea
There has been increasing
support from the noo Jew-.sh
community of Chile to expel
Rauff with demonstrators
outside his home calling him a
"Naii assassin' and demanding
he be tried for war enmea
Foxman said that becauae the
government forced thousands of
Chileans into exile for political
reasons many in Chile the war
criminal Walter Rauff or those
deprived of their nationality and
forced to live outside of Chile'''
POC may
face
new term
new vork utai -
Former Soviet Jewish Prisoner of
Conscience Gngory Goldshtein a
THE BUSINESS EXECUTIVE FORUM met Feb. 16 and
listened to Broward County at ate legislator Fred Lippman.
From left: Ted Sorin, Susan Singer, David Brown, Jerry
Winnick, Ted Newman.
Jewish community met in Lima physicist from Tbilisi may face a
with Chilean F.mbassy officials to ,. three to five year pnson
also call for Rauff's expulsion for term according to information
obuined by th' National Con
ference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJl
Accused ol taking advantage of
his position at the Central
Bureau of Statistics he was
informed that his file was trans
ferred to a local prosecutor The
NCSJ reported that Goldshtein
protested the move with a de-
tailed letter to the First Secretary
ot the Georgia Republic s
Communist Party
In another development the
NCSJ reported that Iosif Begun
the Hebrew teacher and Jewish
activist who was sentenced last
October to seven years imprison-
ment to be followed by five years
of internal exile for "anti-Soviet"
activities has been transferred to
a "corrective labor camp in
Perm some 600 miles east of
Vladimir where he was serving
his prison sentence
The Jewish Community Centers
of South Broward
Invites You To Attend
THE FIRST ANNUAL
PURIM MASQUERADE
Emerald Hills Country Club is the place to be,
On March 24th with the JCC
8:30 p.m. is the time to let down your hair.
A creative costume is the attire to wear.
Hors D'oeuvres, dessert and a cash bar too!
For just $15 (per person) is available to you.
Fantastic music a DJ will play,
So come, bring your friends, dance the night
away. If you have any questions don't
hesitate to call the JCC (921-6511)
will know it all!
M________________________
1st Annual Purim Masquerade.
Enclosed is________________
.for
will be attending the
--------------persons.
R.S.V.P. by March 16,1984
AT THE INTER FAITH COUNCIL: (from Wft,
Mayor David Ksstlng; Rabbi Robert Prazin of TeJ
Sister Jeanne OLeughlin. President of Barry L ai^S
Wayne Martin Rev. Gall Reynolds; Fr Josep.
TOR.
David Posnack
The officers and Board of Directors of the Jewish Fa
of South Broward express their profound regret upowl
passing of Dsvid Posnack.
Mr Posnack was an important mernher of th,
Federation, having served on its Board of Trustaiaind]
("lifts Division He participated in many Federation m
Israel snd F.urope. wsa a key mem bar of the Jewish Co_,
(enters of South Browsrd Board of Directors, and waTil
level supporter of Israel a Tachnion University
His great k>ve of children led Mr Posnack to estabhal
Jewish Federation's effort to rebuild depressed nen
in its Israeli sister city of Hod Haaharon
Throughout his more than 25 years in South Broward. |
Posnack exemplified the fines traditions of Jewish lilt t
his msny great works in our own community and abroad I
proud to have called him our colleague snd our friend
The Federation board also expresses it* sinoer* regmii
surviving sister. Khea Posnack
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Rabbi F.dwsrd Davis Daily sarvioss. 7 30 a.
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Friday. March 2.1984
Tewisl
)rtl
Pag.15
thematician on hunger strike force-fed for 10 days
5RAD: TWO ON
fsTRlKK
luDA FRADKOVA.
thirty-aix-yew-old
linguist, haa. we
I thin week, been
the hospital for at
layi after police broke
Iiemngrad flat.
A had declared a
ike "unto death" aome
and to avoid a
of a previous ex-
nl April when she was
amoved to a hospital,
ided herself in
[OVA has been waiting
, permit since 1978. and
I by her friends to have
ncreasingly desperate.
jnths ago she was
^at if she did not stop
the authorities she
detained in a
hospital.
JHDA's friends tried to
in hospital, but a
jr-hour guard outside
prevented them from
[OVA, who is divorced.
in Kuibyshev. She
Novosibirsk and later
toscow. For years she
it find a job in her
When she applied for
NADEZHDA was
wn on the grounds of
secrecy; he left her
jme thirty-five years
NADEZHDA has had
with him. Her mother
76.
|A is not a heroine, nor
pghter." her friend told
is simply a decent
who wishes to start
sway from the place
I suffered."
onths ago LEONID
|AN. aged thirty-eight.
>f six Leningrad Jews
who were promised by the OVIR
authorities that they would soon
be allowed to emigrate to Israel
This week we hear that
KLEINMAN. his wife and child
(we do not know their names)
were '' refused'' once again. and in
protest LEONID has gone on a
hunger strike!
ANATOLY SHCHARANSKY
I n his last two page letter the
imprisoned ANATOLY SH-
CHARANSKY was able to
confirm to his mother. MRS
MILGRON. that he was given
both a letter and a cable from
AVITAL SHCHARANSKY. his
wife in Israel. He also received a
number of letters from friends in
the USSR and from abroad and
he expressed his gratitude for
their concern.
Recently he was given a course
of injections. SHCHARANSKY
wrote, which improved his
health, but since the course
finished his condition
deteriorated.
When it became known that
SHCHARANSKY asked for a
prayer book and a Bible, his
mother received many copies
from well wishers. MRS.
MILGROM. however, is not
allowed to send them herself to
ANATOLY. but she hopes, she
told friends, that the Moscow
synagogue officials would be able
to do it.
ALEDANDRA LEIN lost her
job as a computer operator.
YAKOV GORODETSKY. a
mathematics teacher, was told
flatly: "You are going to
emigrate, it would be better if
you left." He handed in his work
book but he has not been given
an exit visa, neither has he been
able to find another job.
GORODETSKY has in fact
been under police surveillance
since he first early in 1982 ap-
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'Silent no more'
Soviet Jewry update
pealed with some of his friends to
the authorities to legitimize
Hebrew studies and other Jewish
cultural activities.
Only last week, on January
27th. he was called in to the local
Procurator where a Ms.
KATUKOVA told him that if he
kept quiet he would be allowed to
leave "Until I am sitting with
my family on the plane. I cannot
bank on such promises."
GORODETSKY told a friend
this week.
PRISONERS VISITED
VLADIMIR TSUKERMAN
of Kishinev was recently visited
in Ki/.yl by his mother. She
reported that her son is as well as
can be expected. TSUKER
MAN's friend. OSIP LOKSHIN,
who is imprisoned in Lopshary,
was allowed to see his wife
LUBOV last December.
Both VLADIMIR and OSIP
were arrested in May 1981 and
were sentenced to three years
Labour Camp for "organizing an
activity liable to cause a public
nuisance."
VALENTINA
KOCHUBIYEVSKY spent forty-
eight hours with her husband
FELIKS last week in Solikmansk
Labour Camp. She hoped for a
three day visit, but the
authorities only allowed her to
stay for two days.
FELIKS, a lecturer in
technical sciences from
Novosibirsk, was in December
1982 sentenced to three years
imprisonment on charges of
"defaming the Soviet State."
LEV ELBERT from Kiev was
allowed to spend twenty-four
hours with his family in
Trudovoy Labour Camp. His
wife, INNA. their son KARMI
and ELBERTs father HAIM.
were there on January 24th.
RIGA REFUSENIKS IN
MOSCOW
Two Riga Jews are this week in
Moscow pleading with the
authorities to grant them exit
visas and to allow them to
renounce their Soviet citizenship.
It is not the first time
ZAKHAR ZUNSHAIN and
LEONID UMANSKY have
made this request. On December
31st 1983 both of them attempted
to demonstrate in Moscow
against the authorities continual
rejection of their demands.
ZUNSHAIN was arrested and
given a summary sentence of
fifteen days imprisonment.
Last year they wrote to the
Supreme Soviet saying:
"In this country, having
guaranteed and ensured equality
and flourising of culture to all
nations, we. Jews, were given the
only wsy assimilation. We
can't learn our native language.
It's almost impossible to read
Jewish author's books (only a few
are in public places.) Besides
there are many more things we
are deprived of. That's why we
decided to go to Israel."
In 1982 ZUNSHAIN was a co-
signatory to a letter to the
Madrid Conference, which read:
"Persons denied the per-
mission to emigrate because of
considerations of state security
are not informed what the real
reaons for the application of
'regime considerations' were and
for how long would they have to
wait in order to have these
restrictions removed."
"Even if we don't succeed this
time," one of them said, "we tried
before and we shall certainly try
again."
YOSIF BEGUN
INNA SHLEMOVA. the wife
of the imprisoned YOSIF
BEGUN, was told on 31st
Janaury. that BEGUNs file has
now been returned from Moscow
Appeal Court to Vladimir, but he
has still not been sent on to a
labour camp. SHLEMOVA and
BEGUN's nineteen-year-old son
BORIS are hoping that tbey will
be allowed to visit YOSIF in
Vladimir prison before he is sent
sway.
YURY SHPEIZMAN
WRITES
YURY SHPEIZMAN, a
refusenik from Leningrad who is
suffering from Leukemia, wrote
with his wife N ELLY a letter to a
Rabbi in Bournemouth. We
publish parts of the letter as
follows:
"Everyone must now know our
predicament Yes. truly, life is
hard for us! God. may His name
be blesssed. has once again
chosen to test us. Only He know
why?" Yury has now a second
name Yechid. He is at home now,
after receiving chemo-therapy at
the hospital. We pray that he will
be cured from his illness.
Jews from all over the world
are sending us telegrams and
1 letters. It is a great help to us,
hat so many Jews are thinking
lof us "Many regards to you.
my dear friends. The prayer-book
' you gave us was a good omen .
And we hope it will keep our
memories alive of our meeting in
our homeland': our beloved
homeland!"
A LETTER FROM
NOVOSIBIRSK
CHERNA GOLDORT of
Novosibirsk, who in 1975 was
refused permission to join her
daughters in Israel on the
grounds of state security, writes
to friends in London:
"I'm very glad to receive your
card on my birthday and very
pleased that you don't forget me.
I 'm especially glad, that soon you
will go to Israel and meet my
daughters again.
"I'm afraid that 1 shall never
see them. My life has no sense
now and my efforts to get per-
mission to go to Israel are
without result. I'm tired of it.
But what can be done? You tell
me that I have to wait and be
patient? Why should I have to
wait? Three days ago Misha
Soifer died, he also had been
waiting for a long time, but failed
Friends of IDA NUDEL.
formerly of Moscow and now
living in Bendery in Moldavia,
report that she is unwell snd that
she is under constant surveillance
of the KGB.
SVETLANA. the wife of
seventy-three year-old PROF.
NAUM MEIMAN of Moscow is
seriously ill. Friends and col-
leagues of PROF. MEIMAN
have appealed to the President of
the Academy of Science. PROF.
A. A LEX AN DROV, to allow the
MEIMANS to emigrate on
humanitarian grounds.
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SINGLES 20-40
JCC Single* 20-40 dance.
Saturday March 3. 9 p.m. at Hill
crest Country Club. Hollywood
Cash bar. admission M for
members. S6 for non-members
TEEN RAP
A teen rap group will begin on
Tuesday March 13 at the JCC.
from 7 30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
TWEENS RAP
A rap group especially for
middle schoolers meets the
second Thursday each month at
the JCC
SINGLES SOFTBALL
Co-ed softball and volleyball
group meets Sunday March 4 at 1
p.m at TY Park across from
pavilion 9 Soda. beer, and hot
coals provided 1 members. $-'
other*
SOCIAL MASSAGE
JCC Singles 40-S5 will hear
Earn* Harrell. massage
therapist discuss body toning on
Sundax March 4 at 30 p m at
the JCC S3 cost
PEAK PERFORMANCE
Guest lecturer Gina Hams.
Ph D will discuss ways to
motivate your children to get
peak performance in school
March \b. I p m at the JCC 2
members S3 others Refresh
ment
PI RIM CARNIVAL
\ Puron carnival is scheduled
for Sunda> March 18 at the
^. utheasi Fool Point Seor
Center MM Hollywood Blvd
Donation I
FLOWER DRIM
The Flower Drum Song will
be shown at Southeast Focal
Point Senior Center. Thursday
March 15 at 1230 p.m. Ticket*
SOccnU.
BEGINNING CALLIGRAPHY
The JCC is offering calligraphy
classes on Thursdav evenings
beginning March 15. M P
Make your own distinctive in
vitations. artwork, etc Cost S35
members. M0 non-members
INTERMEDIATE
CALLIGRAPHY
The JCC continuing inter
mediate calligraphy on Wed-
nesday evenings beginning
March 14 through May 9 Learn
more advanced techniques, in-
cluding illumination
PET
The JCC is again offering
parent effectiveness training
course starting in March This
nationally acclaimed course wul
b, held on Tuesday *****
taiMM ""Art Jo
offers proven methods to help
bring pareU and children
to help their children grow mto
tovmg mature and products
adults
SHOLEM ALEICHEM
An ear* method of reading
Hebrew .til begin Mth ^AprJ
12 Learn to read the Sabbath
prayers and blessings BBdBM*
Thursday mornings from* *> '
.m for six weeks Cost 115
members. 20 non members
COMPITER COURSES
New basic computer co""**to
be set up in evenings or after
noons If interested call Dane -
921-6511
ONYOCRTOES
Tickets are now available at
the JCC for the show On Your
Toes starry Uata DM\
the Miami Beach Theatre of Per
forming Arts Transportation
.,11 be provided Date *ed-
r*sda% evening. March ^1 -
Depart from JCC at 7 p m -
Cost (including transportation I
members 127. non members W
Call IVne for reservations Wfi-
6511
Please call the JCC at 921-Ml 1
for additional mformation or
registration details
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