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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla
Creation Date:
March 16, 1984

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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.
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Larry Smith named Honorary
Chairman for April 1 Super Sunday
U.S. Congressman Lawrence J.
Smith has been named aa
honorary chairman of Super
Sunday. South Broward s
massive April 1 outreach day on
liehalf ol Jews in need worldwide
Mr Smith will join hundreds of
volunteers who will call local
enta seeking support for the
United Jewish Appeal
r.ili-nition ( 'umpaign. The
volunteers arf pfflfd to call
On than 9.(XX) homes through-
out South Hroward during the 12
and a half hour phonathon at the
li*ish rrdrration of South
Hroward Building
Federaiion leaders Delia
Rosenberg and Meral Khrenstein
are serving as the Super Sunday
co-chairwomen Additionally.
Ksther Gordon and Ron Rosen
are serving as Super Sunday
trainers. Audrey VI el me and
David Sachs are chairing recruit-
ment, and Naomi Preverand I.ila
Zedeck are serving aa hospitality
chairmen.
A dynamic program seeking
new gifts from individuals
previously uninvolved in Federa-
tion has been undertaken and
chaired by Elaine Pitted and
Susan Singer.
Super Sunday volunteers will
include the leaders of Federation.
Congressman Larry Smith, honorary Super Sunday chairman, recently presented Secretary of
State George Shuitz with 1,000 post cards requesting the US. to intervene on behalf of
refusenik Yury Tarnapolsky. a 47 year old Soviet Jewish scientist who was sentenced to a
Russian labor camp. The cards were collected at the annual human rights plea at Temple Beth
El. sponsored by the Soviet Jewry Committee of the JFSB.
SupERSuNcW^
its family of agencies and the
many Jewish organizations
serving South Broward. They
will telephone local residents
between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.
Additionally, volunteers will
follow up with a "Super Week"
program from April 2-5 by calling
synagogue and temple members
who have not made commitments
to the 1984 campaign.
Chairwomen Rosenberg and
Khrenstein emphasized that the
objective of Super Sunday is the
increasing of the quantity and
quality of gifts to the UJA-
Federation Campaign to meet the
growing needs of Jews in Israel,
in South Broward and in more
than 30 countries abroad.
They said Jewih Federations
along Florida's Gold Coast will
be sponsoring Super Sunday
programs simultaneous with the
one in South Broward. making
the event the single largest
communication network among
Jews ever held in South Florida
Bid to close schools on Jewish holidays rejected
BALTIMORE IJTAI A re-
quest to the Baltimore County
Board of Education to close all
county public schools on Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur was
unanimously rejected by the
board after it received conflicting
recommendations from Jewish
groups.
The Reisterstown-Owings
Mills B'nai B'rith lodge made the
request, declaring such a policy
would be consistent with the
closing of the schools on such
Christian holidays as Good
Friday and Easter Monday but
spokesperson for the American
Jewish Congress opposed the
recommendations on grounds of
state-church separation, accord-
ing to the Bakimore Jewish
Times.
Stanley Levin. former presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith lodge.
contended that Jewish children
who stay home on those Jewish
holidays are academically
penalized and suffer psycholog-
ically because Judaism is
"treated as second class by
school authorities."
But William F.ngleman.
AJConggress vice president, said
religion "does not need and
should not have the sponsorship
or support of government.
Stanley Sollins. executive
director of the Bakimore Jewish
Council, told the Jewish weekly
that the AJCongress position
was shared by most national
Jewish organizations, even the
most Orthodox.
Robert Dubel. the ->chool
superintendent, said thrw school
districts in Maryland close for
the two Jewish holidays.
However, he said, such closings
are probably illegal, just as the
"archaic" state law mandating
school closings on Good Friday
and Easter Monday is probably
illegal.
He told the Jewish Times that
Christmas is an exception to his
belief that preference for any
religion should not lead to closing
of public schools on religious
holidays.
Go boating on the Galilee
Come join us for a boat ride on
the Sea of Galilee, have dinner
and dance with your South
Broward'' family.''
On April 4. the Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward "s second
Passover Mission to Israel
departs for 14 days. Fulfill the
passage in the Haggadah that
reads "Next year in Jerusalem."
Make it This year in
Jerusalem,' said Nat Sedley.
who with his wife Dina are
leading this Mission.
The Mission still has a few
spaces left.
Some of the other highlights
include visiting the Museum of
the Diaspora, climbing Masada.
and meeting some of Israel's
highest level leaders. A side trip
to Hod Hasharon. South
Broward's sister city in Israel, is
also scheduled.
For the most unique Passover
you've ever experienced, please
contact Judy Nemeth at the
Federation. 921 8810.



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The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Hollywood, Fndw.
Israel wants U.S. Jews to
support its foreign policies
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Israeli government wants the
American Jewish community to
understand and support its
policies in Africa and Latin
America.
This was made clear during the
recent four-day visit to Jerusalem
by the Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish
Organizations. While much of the
information was given in private
background briefings, some of its
was allowed to emerge publicly
President Chaim Herzog. in
welcoming the more than 70 men
and women who participated in
the visit to the Presidents
mansion, gave a tour de horizon
of Israel's problems. But when he
talked about his recent visit to
Zaire and Liberia he became
exuberant.
Herzog described the
thousands of people who lined the
road from the airport in Zaire,
waving Israeli flags and singing
Hebrew songs He talked about
the warm meetings he had with
the officials of the two countries
He said the leaders of the two
countries "went out of their way"
to express their admiration not
only for Israel "but the entire
Jewish people "
Herzog said he was especially
moved in Zaire by his meeting
with the SO members of the
Jewish community in Lumum-
ba shi. formerly Elizabethtown. m
Katanga. A special ceremony was
held for him in the towns
synagogue
Herzog told the visiting Amer
ican Jews that the American
Jewish community should "find
ways of expressing its appre-
ciation of the way the President
of Israel was received" in the two
countries He did not explain
what form this appreciation
should take
But it is an open secret in
Washington that Israel has
urged U.S. aid for Zaire and
Liberia. Opposition has been
particularly strong in the House
Foreign Affair's Subcommittee
on Africa, headed by Rep
Howard Wolpe (I) Mich I. a Jew
A Jewish representative here
noted that Congress has been
reluctant to provide aid to the
two regimes which many consider
corrupt and authoritarian.
Moshe Gilboa. director of the
Foreign Ministry's World Jewish
Affairs Division, who discussed
the briefings with visiting Jewish
reporters, said the Herzog trip to
Africa had a good effect on other
Black African countries Israel
hopes that other African
countries will restore diplomatic
relations with Israel as did Zaire
and Liberia
Gilboa noted that reports on
Herzog's visit were carried
throughout Africa He said
Herzog made it clear that Israel
opposes South Africa's practice
of apartheid He said that while
Israel exports goods to South
Africa its trade is less than that
of th United States. West Euro-
pean countries and even many
African countries
l.atin America is another place
where Jewish Congressmen, and
many non-Jewish Congressmen
and Senators who are staunch
supporters of Israel, have been
among the chief critics of the
Reagan Administration's
policies.
Gilboa noted that many latin
American countries have been
traditional supporters of Israel
While not expressing any opinion
about the Reagan Administra-
tion's policies, he pointed out
that the countries that are
hostile" to the U.S. Cuba.
Nicaragua and Guyana are
also anti-Israel and support the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization
As for arms. Gilboa stressed
that Israel arms exports are far
less than are sent to I-atin
America by the US and West
European countries "Israel does
not send arms to a I .at in Amer-
ican country where there is a civil
war." Ciilboa maintained "But
Israel does send arms where all
Western countries do "
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will be served to residents of
Colony Point on Sunday March
lHat 10 am in the Clubhouse, on
behalf of the 1984 Colony Point
1.1 A Federation campaign Dora
Roth will be the guest speaker
PARK PLACE
A complimentary brunch on
behalf of the 1984 UJA Federa-
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Sunday March 25 at 11 30 at the
luhhouse auditorium Th* truest
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there Anti-Semitism in Argentina?
By EGON FRIEDLER
vn American Jew trying to
jeratand what anti-Semitism
[Argentina really ia mutt forget
iparison Argentina can't be
spared either with Nazi
nany, or with Poland bet
the two World Wan, or the
, iet Union today. There are no
ti Jewish laws in Argentina,
are successful in many
Sessions. There ia
ssoming Jewish life and
ixiy interferes with the ac-
uities of the many existing
rish institutions. In Argentina
is a Jewish press, a large
ush school network ayn-
gues, Zionist organizations
youth movements, and a
ninary of Hebrew teachers.
Oraica in Buenos Aires ia the
pst Jewish club in the world,
Ensoring not only an active
fcrts program but also in
Mine cultural activities. Still
i largest Jewish community in
kin America, with 300-350.000
k; i Argentinian Jews lead
most intensive Jewish life on
continmti although it's clear
;is-.imilation is, as every-
pn in the Diaspora, a serious
lilem If Jewish life is not
kir and better of course rton-
are not to blame.
i bare ariaa*. the classic
|i-n queation: If everything ia
|.. whj is everything so bad?
t| ilanatkn is not simple,
everything connected
lewa and anti-Semitism in
entina is shrouded in a
,!;-'' ambiguity It is true that
Rttina has the strongest anti-
litic tradition on the con-
hut it is also true that it
|ld be an unfair and gross
mention to label Argentina
kmi-Semitic country. There is
Bubt that large groups within
[government, the aristocracy
V cattle owners." the army,
[church, and even the labor
Ins have anti-Semitic views.
lit would be a serious mistake
|make generalizations and
fund important minorities
| institutions as a whole.
Jewish leader explained
nbivslence of Jewish life in
itina in these terms: "When
my eyes and review the
si dangers existing for the
nunity, I think we should all
up from our dream and
from here aa soon aa
s. But aa I open my eyes
[see our Jewish institutions
ng a free Jewish life with no
erence from anyone, when I
[so many Jews prospering
turbed in the liberal
tssions, I think anti-
jitism ia no real threat."
course, you hear stories
rwhere about anti-Semitism,
pi Argentina you hear more
' m other countries. I heard
si on my recent visit to
os Aires. A Jewish woman
ned to Ruenos Aires from a
Europe. When the official
customs-house saw her
Ban name, he very kindly
er t hat he would not inspect
I'UKgage. Since she was
Pn, she waa okay. But the
P> decided to avoid a mia
'standing and explained
lane was Jewish. The official
r*ff changed his attitude:
>ou are Jewish open your
Jews are all smugglers."
fher incident: an officer of
"Rentinisn Army insulted
7 "Public place. There were
but of course they did
' open anti Semitiam is
on enough to degrade any
1 th* Argentinian Army.
entinian Jewa take it lor
1 that you may encounter
attitudes in the
. young Jews know
1 oonfrontatbna with anti
hoodlums the polka
won't be very helpful It
r" for granted that young
]!?"' "*
,rouChtirna. Aetorvofone
Space remains for
Argentina mission
Only 10 spaces remain for the J FSB South American mission,
having March 28 and returning April 9. The trip will arrive in I
rUo de Janiero, then continue to Buenos Aires. In both places,
the situation of local Jewry will be seen and discussed.
Currently 36 members of the South Broward Jewish com-
munity, led by Joseph and Margarita Terkiel, will meet local
leaders and average Jews from the communities. Also included .
are trips to s local nightclub and a Jewish country club in:
Buenos Aires.
Please contact Linda Reich immediately for details: call 921-
8810.
SftWrW*
Jew who was an exception had a
very easy explanation: "He made
a small cosmetic change in his
name, so that it did not sound
Jewish anymore."
An Israeli well-acquainted with
Argentinian life thinks Argentina
is the worst place in the Western
Hemisphere for Jews since anti-
Semitism is deeply rooted in the
Establishment "It is true that
only small fringe groups take
seriously the wild fantasies of the
ideological anti-Semites Hut
these fringe groups have |(Ower."
On*- of the problems here, says
a Jewish community leaner is
that The fight against anti-
Semitism is not popular even
among liberals, let alone Peronist
or Leftist groups. They think
that Jews are strong enough to
defend themselves when they are
attacked. "
Hut the democratic press,
mainly the newspaper La Prrnsa.
lead a clear-cut fight against anti-
Semitism.
A columnist of La Prensa, J.
Iglesias Kouco. attacked the
prestigious Catholic University
in Ruenos Aires for being a
bulwark of anti-liberal ideas, of
Fascism and anti-Semitism.
Rut in spite of the courageous
fight of some columnists in the
press, anti-Semites are firmly
entrenched in important
positions and nobody is ready to
make a serious movement to
dismiss them.
The Argentinian Church is a
case in point. Undoubtedly, the
most important bishops belong
to the conservative faction which
does not take very seriously the
conclusions of Vatican Council
II. Aa an Argentinian Jew said
with a kind of bitter irony: "If I
had $ 100 for every Catholic priest
or nun who still teaches today
that the evfl Jews killed our Lord
Jesus Christ, I would be a very
rich man."
Just as in the army, in the
Church, people may get into
trouble for being too Leftist or
oo active politically in the
' wrong" party, but not for
expressing s too strong anti-
Jewish bias.
Of course, one can also find
some liberal and even pro-Jewish
priests in the hierarchy, but they
are a minority and not a very
vocal one.
In Argentina, there is no
separation of Church and State,
and Catholicism is the leading
religion in Argentina. If the
conservative and even reac-
tionary clergy are traditionally
anti-Jewish, the Leftist priests
who often rebel against them do
not promise any serious im-
provement concerning Jewa and
anti-Semitism.
Very often, some of the young
and rebellious priests leave
behind the old fashiooed anti
Semitism toward "the killers of
ear Lord" only to embrace the
new "anti-Zionism" in Arab or
Third World style. Arab
propaganda, wifch moat not be
overestimated but also not
underrated, reaches many
quarters the Jews or Israel don't.
Undoubtedly it has influence on
of the political
It is hard to measure the in-
fluence of German Nazis who
came to Argentina with the
protection of the first Peron
regime or to measure the snti-
Semitic activities of their off-
spring. Moet observers of the
Argentinian political scene think
it is not really important. Rut
from time to time the question
arises of German Nazi organ-
izations in Argentina. Recently a
Cordoba newspaper published
the news that some wealthy
Germans in this city had helped
to finance a paramilitary Nazi
underground organization. Some
days after the information was
published the army declared the
information false. Rut the report
was surely not sheer invention. It
was nased on certain facts.
Perhaps the purpose of the
newspaper was to frustrate a plan
that was still in its inception.
Has Jacobo Timmerman"s
campaign throughout the world
and mainly in the United States
changed the situation of Jews in
Argentina? I posed this question
to many Jews and the answei
was mostly negative. Timer-
man's campaign is a problem ol
public relations for the Argen-
tinian government and the
government answers with words
not with deeds. The "for-
besrsnee" towards extreme
Right elements denounced by
Manfred Schofeld (who. like
other Argentinian journalists,
attacked Timerman severely
after he received the Moors-
Cabot Prize for Journalism),
seems still to be the policy of the
government.
Margarita and Joseph Terkiel
As a matter of fact, I found
very few people in Argentina
ready to see in Timerman an
honest champion of human rights
and even fewer who think that
what he does will help Jews in
Argentina. One of those few told
me, "It is okay to put the
government in a defensive
position. He also has spoiled the
card of the Jewish scapegoat for
the extreme Right. They will
hsve to be careful." A critic of
Timerman sees the situation dif-
ferently: "Timerman mixes truth
and lies and he exaggerates all
the time. If tomorrow something
serious really happens, it will be
easy for the army to say it's just
lies." As far as I could gather
even those who agree with
Timerman s campaign and
celebrate his open exposure of
anti-Semitism in Argentina are
not very enthusiastic about his
personality. Most of the people I
spoke to see him as a highly
gifted, but controversial, self-
centered, and extremely am-
bitious man One of the critics
quipped: "I would like to be sure
that he really cares about the
well-being of Argentinian Jewry.
I doubt it."
It seems certain that Leftist
Jews had a harder time than non-
Jews during the years of
Coatianed oo Page 4
Iran victory dangerous for Israel, says Eban
LONDON (JTAI A victory
by the Iranian forces would be
more dangerous for Israel than if
the Iraqis win the Persian Gulf
war, Abba Eban, former Israeli
Foreign Minister said here.
Vowing preference for neither
side in the bloody four-year-old
conflict, he said he did not want
to see Israel become the prime
target for an irredentist Shiite
Islam led by Iran's Aystollah
Khomeini. Such a prospect made
it all the more important for
Israel to withdraw from southern
Lebanon and so avoid having to
rule the half a million Shiites
living in that ara. Eban said.
Such a withdrawal, he argued,
would have to involve a security
arrangement with Syria, which
he described as being "contrac-
tually available" for an agree-
ment like that which led to the
Golan Heights disengagement 10
years ago
Unlike that occasion, though,
he expressed skepticism about
the possibility of excluding the
Soviet Union from the nego
tutting process, expecialry as the
United States had so compro-
mised itself in the eyes of Syria's
President Hafez Assad.
Eban told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, however, that
although a Labor government
would be flexible over the Golan
Heights, captured from Syria in
1967, there was no reason to
repeal the legislation, enacted by
the Likud government, extending
Israeli law to the Golan area.
"We would deal with it pragma-
tically, and not juridically," he
said.
On the wider Arab-Israeli
front, Eban foresaw no likelihood
of negotiations in 1984. He
blamed the diplomatic stalemate
on the U S. presidential elections,
the inflexibility of the present
Israeli government and on Arab
"timidity." He observed: "All
you can do is try to hold the line
and hope for new opportunities in
1985."
6Purim events this weekend
Six Purkn events have
scheduled by various temples and
.this
On Sunday. Temple Reth Emet
holds it* seventh annual Purim
carnival at Pines Middle School
at 200 NW Douglas Road ia
Pembroke Pines from 10 a.m. to
1:30 p.m. It wil
children's games, a IS
shewing bazaar, a Moon Walk
ride for the kids, and tbs Y100
There will also be s costume
; tor kids.
can be
purchased at Friday evening
services, at Sunday school, or by
calling the temple office at 431
EMET.
Temple Sostl's Purim Megillah
reading begins at 10 a.m. Sun-
day, followed by their annual
Purim carnival at 11 a.m., on the
temple grounds. There will be
food, and
Carnival day at the Temple
Temple Reth Ahm will read the
Msgillah Saturday at 7 p.m
Children are encouraged to coma
diiieasd in root lima.
Southeast Focal Point Senior
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Sunday. A tl donation is
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Numtxr 6
Jackson's candidacy
and the Jews
Presidential candidate Jesse Jackson s problems
with Jewish voters began long before he stubbed his
toe in "Hymietown." Certainly that clumsy example
ot thoughtless and insensitive repartee made
headlines. Certainly the time lag between making the
ottensive remarks and apologizing tor them added to
the bad feelings all around. But the political fires
that this incident tueled had been burning intensely
tor some time before.
The fact is that Jackson s foreign policy views
are and have been opposed by most Jewish voters,
including many who would share a sizeable piece of
his domestic agenda. In the simplest terms
recognizing the piTIalls inherent in over-
simplification Jackson's platform on the Mideast
has been seen as harmful to Israel's interests and to
the Jewish state's relations with the Untied States.
His well publicized contacts with Yasir Arafat and
the Palestine Liberation Organization have raised
Jewish hackles. His calls tor a Palestinian state and a
re-evaluation of U.S. Mideast policy are not likely to
win Jewish votes.
No apologies need be made by Jewish voters tor
harboring these concerns and for weighing them as
political choices are made. In a pluralistic society,
candidates are judged by a variety of groups on a
variety of issues relevant and irrelevant, sub
stantive and whimsical. For the American Jewish
voter, questions relating to Israel's security and
viability are both relevant and substantive The
position ot all candidates on Mideast issues will be -
and should be closely examined.
The tact that the specter of anti-Semitism has
been raised in this primary campaign is untortunat*
because it clouds a bright moment in American
politics A black candidate is making a serious run at
the nation's highest office. There will come a time -
not tar oft when a Jewish candidate will make the
same run. He or she will be judged by the electorate
in the same way as candidate Jackson. It may be an
imperfect way. but it is a democratic way.
The American political process, especially as it
relates to electing a president, has never been neat. It
is a loud, rough, brutal clash ot positive and negative
forces that often hands the prize not to the victor,
but to the survivor. Such is the nature of the game,
and like it or not. it is the only game in town
Anti-Semitism in
Continued
repression that followed the
takeover by the army in March.
1976. but Jewe were not per-
tecuted aa such Now since the
K rural situation regarding
man rights baa unproved, one
does not hear about kidnapping
of Jews or of nuetreetroent. Moat
people do not feel anti-Semitism
n their daily lives Some are
convinced that Argentinians are
teas anti-Semitic than European*
like the French, for instance. A
barling Jewish intellectual told
me that there is no anti Semitiem
in cultural circles, "Whan the
Jewish Argentinian writer Ceeax
Tiampo died some time ago. the
entire who'a who of Argentinian
culture waa there. They really
regretted the loan. And Ceeer
Tiempo waa arwaya an outspoken
front Page}
Jew who wrote about his Jewish
Hart's record agreeable to Israet
By MORRIS J A MIT AY
The New Hampshire Presi
dential primary haa propelled
Senator Gary Hart of Colorado
into the headlines Naturally, he
has also become the subject of
closer scrutiny from the Amer-
ican Jewish Community.
Hart. 47. was first elected to
the Senate in 1974. and reelected
in 1980 He first came to national
attention as campaign manager
of Senator George McGovem's
dismal 1972 Presidential cam
peign Hut unlike McGovem.
whose views on the Middle Kast
have frequently dismayed sup
porters of Israel. Hart has been I
oonaietant friend He made his
mark as an early and ardent
advocata of reducing U S
dapandanca <>n Imported oil, and
bai BaBO bean an influential
member of the Armed Bervfcea
Commit tee
Hart regularly votes for
foreign aid hills containing sub-
stantial sums for Israel and has
described US support for Israel
as a "moral and strategic
commitment "
Hart was a cosigner of the
famous Senate "I>etter of 7fi"
aimed against the Kissinger-Ford
"reassessment" of V S relations
with Israel He opposed both the
Fl.r. and AWACs sales to Saudi
Arabia Hart has not missed
many opportunities to speak out
on behalf of Israel during Senate
debate, and was one of few to
publicly express sympathy for
Israel's destruction of the Iraqi
nuclear reactor two years ago
Killer, he initiated a letter to
President Reagan opposing an
anticipated arms sale to Jordan,
and issued a supportive state-
ment regarding Israel's military
operation in 1-elmnon However,
he also publicly expressed
concern over Israeli respon-
sibility for the killing of civilians
in the two refugee camps in
I^ebanon
With regard to the I'S military
role in I Hart has exhibited uneasiness
over the use of force His early
calls for withdrawing the Marines
from l,ebanon demonstrated an
inability to recognize the
challenge posed h\ Syrian
Ni\ hi backed aggression and the
Serious implications their W
But moat people are worried
about the disastrous economic
situation in the country and don't
care to calculate fee political
consequences Some people who
know history remember that at
the beginning of Una century
there were two pogroms in
Argentina: in May. 1910. and one
in January. 1919. which wee
called "The Tragic Week.'' Io
both events. Jews were victims
along with other immigrants, and
Argentinian workers, since they
were accused by the conservative
forces of "Leftist agitation
Reprinted from Midstnam
Magazint
would have for US influence in
the Middle East
Hart's reactions to Lebanon
are in marked contrast to the
restraint shown by Walter
Mondale who seemed to have
more of an understanding of the
Marine presence and the threat
posed to both US interests and
Israel's security by a Syrian-
Soviet takeover of Lebanon.
For the moment at least.
Israel's friends in this country
can be reessured that the two
leading Democratic candidates
have overall positive records of
support on issues of concern
The Administration recentK
notified ('(ingress of its plans to
sell Jordan more than 1600
houlder-flrad Stinger ante
aircraft missiles worth 1183
million as well as 8000 of the
DM mobile sophisticated heat
I Milting, missiles to Saudi Arabia
lor (141 million
Secretary of Defense Caspar
Weinberger has been a strong
proponent, of the missile sale He
has consistently supported the
sale of sophisticated arms to ene-
mies of Israel based on the
doubly flawed ntionaj,
than shipments will solid*.!!
ties with the "inodewT'
nations and that the
not be used against IsraT
wwa,,-
Throughout the
Administration. We
time and again, hai
strated an unremitting I
toward closer US \
Whether it was by
contact between AmensT
Israeli forces in I.ehanoa n
unhappiness over a shtm of i
against Syria. \\einhsa|
prove to be an alhatro i
the neck of President K
his bid for Jewish -.uppo
second term Weinh
curious parformanca fi
Israel is Involved has
tunately substantiated n
the doubts express.-^ hy 1
supporters at the tim*
appointment Evea
ominous are the rumors I
Washington that Wri
would replace George Sk
second Reagan Admit
This only goea to provi i
adage that when thug]
had. they can always get (
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Friday. March 16.1984
The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Pagei
Hebrew University honors
founders at brunch
| Southeast Region Socisty
jnders of the American
i of the Hebrew University
[its fourth annual gala
n Sunday. Feb. 12, at
hntainebleau Hilton Hotel
Kr Bernard Cherrick. Vice
fnt of the Hebrew Univer-
Jerusalem, as the guest
Cherrick apprised the
-! of over 150 guests of the
1 situation in Israel and the
*f the Hebrew University.
Founders of the Hebrew
ity were honored. They
'Mr. and Mrs. Season
Irs Mollie Adler. Mr. and
.ouis Aronson. Mr. and
jbin Binder. Mr. and Mrs.
i Karmiel. Mr. and Mrs.
Ufrnfeld. Mr. and Mrs.
vy. Mr and Mrs. Morris
;m and Mr. and Mrs.
Saidenberg.
I Society of Founders is
d of those dedicated
_ils who have made a
(ment of $25,000 to the
an Friends of the Hebrew
kity Founderships are
pdemir backbone of the
niversity and their
knrtion insures the con-
] of high academic stan-
\\ the foremost citadel of
[learning in the Middle
lid Milton M. Winograd.
in This annual event
eft
Ihthe
islators
pranta have t>een planned
during the Florida
lion of .Jewish Federa-
annual Tallahassee
ke workshop.
ii set as the date of the
[luncheon with the legis-
I i entire legislature is
I or. the 22nd floor of the
In addition, in-depth
on the most important
u- and budget issues
Federations and agencies
rid
program lasts from 9:30
430 p.m. For more in-
n. call Melissa Martin at
ration, 921-8810.
idnion. the day before,
fth. an event geared to the
rip women who serve on
rds of directors of federa-
knd agencies has been
FAJF Womens' Day
?vide a more extensive
of state government
' one day legislative
ck of rooms has been
at the Tallahassee
>r April 30. The rates are
[* mgle room and 163 for
If you are interested,
ontact Joan Gross at 921-
EAGULL
53*6*31
''Ml I
served to honor this prestigious
group and to welcome its new
members."
The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, with an enrollment of
well over 16.000 and a faculty and
staff of 2.400 is by far the largest
of Israel's universities. Through
its varied curricula and its exten-
sive research programs, the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
continues to perform in terms of
its historic three-fold program
which dates back close to a
century ago when the University
idea was born.
The Hebrew University serves
Israel by providing professional
manpower, training its future
leaders and, with science, hasten-
ing the process of its devel-
opment. It serves the Jewish
people by creating an intellectual
center for all Jewry and serves
humanity by extending knowl-
edge in all fields.
Dr. Bernard Cherrick, Vice President, Hebrew University of
Jerusalem (Uft), guest speaker at Founders Brunch, with
Milton M. Winograd, Chairman, Society of Founders
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H oUywood, Friday, M vtK 1
The last walk to death
Spring of nineteen forty three, leant
forget!
March nineteen, when the snow started to
melt.
The day, when nature started to wake up .
For two young boys- life came to a stop.
Their agonized young blood.
On a coming to full glory-Spring.
1 n their full glory of youth.
When the birds started happy to sing.
Nineteen common peasants-Poles.
Hungry to spill Jewish blood.
Surrounded the two helpless boys.
Boys tired, hungry, without any food
F.very one of the Poles-had a knife or
a stick.
Used dirty words-circling them around.
Hitting them with all might until thev
bled.
Knjoying the falling weapons, enjoying
the sound.
All over spilled blood -from the Jewish boys
They chained than for the night, because it
was late .
1 ).i\ id'a B) i- was hanging loOBB. Ml the
bee,
Hersh neck itli knife-deeply sin
In tin- morning when the sun mi in full
him
III. Poles were proudl) delivering t" kill
Tins iwobo) ere a ilkii .
laet Him
hains
Iff
\
still .
On such a spring day in full prime.
Knowing-that soon their life will stop.
Knowing that they're walking, the last
time .
They looked on the sun. they looked up .
The wind was fondling with a soft
sigh ...
But they didn't break down they didn't
cry!
They only looked to the blue, sunny sky.
Asking: I)eartiod. why we've to die? .
\\ h\ we ve now. Ut go through tortures, pain'1
We didn't do wrong. We're still so young
Aren't you Almighty, a little ashamed'.'
To let us kill, in such a lovely Spring''
They walked to death-slowly the last time.
The young boy* they fell already so cold'
The} n.'\ er did in life any crime
Hut their eyes wen- saying good-bye.
to the world
Passing their homes the) were holding bin k
a despair shout
So many memorial Here they lived.
I lore i he) grew up
But in the windowe-excited, carioua ighhon
looked "ui
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Community Centers worldwide,
has selected Jewel Smith and Ed
Hoffman as the 1984 JWB
biennial young leadership
awardees. This award was given
to Jewel and Ed for their untiring
commitment and devotion to the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Broward. They will be
honored at the JWB Biennial in
Boston April 25th-29th at a
special Young Leadership
Dinner. As recipient of the JWB
Young Leadership Award, both
Jewel and Ed. are entitled to take
part in a special day long leader-
ship institute in Boston.
Jewel Smith currently serves
on the Board of Directors of the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Broward. as chairman of
the new JCC Membership sub-
committee, is an active member
of the JCC Camp Committee and
the Fine Arts Committee, as well.
In addition. Jewel, has been very
involved with Temple Beth
Shalom and the Broward PTA.
Jewel is married to Dr. Larry
Smith and is the mother of
Wendy and Heather
Ed Hoffman is currently tl e
Treasurer of the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers of South Broward;
he is also chairman of the Budget
and finance Committee. Ed has
previously been involved with the
Temple Beth Shalom Mena Club,
the USY Board and the Holly-
wood Jaycees. Ed is married to
Marilyn Hoffman and is the
father of four children.
Performing arts workshop
A performing arts workshop
for students aged 6 to 12 will be
held Saturdays starting March
24 from 10 a.m. to noon at
HaUandale Cultural ArU
rehearsal rooms. 800 E.
HaUandale Beach Blvd.. Sage
Plaza No 27. Artistic Director is
Kufrenia Oingold. currently
director of Actor.
Workshop
Tuition is 176 for g
covering .11 wp^
orming arta. Enroling'
limited and registrstwr, m '
made before March 17 en?
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Oremland. Naomi Cabel
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annual Family Miaaion to Iarael
^jving July 16 Tor eleven days".
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children. Pleaae call 961-1700 for
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Theodore Bikel poses wkh JFSB leaders at euceeeaful Metro Pacesetter: (from left) N*Sed|ey,
Pacesetter chairman; Evelyn Stieoer. Women* Diviakm vice preaident of campaign; Theodore
Bikel; Nancy Brbel, preaident of Women's Division: Ted Newman, campaign chairman. Below.
Tom Dine. Executive Director. AIPAC. keynote speaker; Merle end Michael Orlove. chairman
Metro Pacesetter dinner dance.
COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL met
listened to Marda Light, left. District 6 PrwwdnTrfi
American ORT. who recently visited ORT acanofc J
Morocco, Italy and Israel. She reported that gn*ti
being made, and many hope to make Aliyah in l*
tinue their studies. Also pictured. Joan YssjjshJ
President. South Broward ORT; and Msra
Chairman.
c
AT EMERALD HILLS GRANDVIEW DINNH
Ted Newman, General campaign chairman
chairman (irandview; Yehudah Hellman. upi
chairman of the Conference of President of Ms,
organizations; Nelson Dembs. Emerald Hila
chairman.
. THE GIFT OF
LIFE INSURANCE
.* This article reprinted with permission from the Round Table magazine.
WHAT IT IS. ..
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For mor* information, contact the Legacy and Endowment Fund Jewish Federate
or tooth Broward, ttl-salO J*w,wn Federation
Religious direct!
Orthodox
Coagregatioe Levi YkUebok Lubavttch. 1296 I
Reach Blvd .. Hallsndale. 468-1877 Rabbi Rafael 1
Daily services 7:66 am 20 minutes before sundon:
services. 7:30 p.m Ssbbsth morning. 9 o'clock; San".
am Religious school; Grades 1-8. Nursery h'
through Friday.
Young laraal of llamjsssd 3291 Stirling Rosd
Rabbi Edward Davis Dairy services. 730 t.m
Sabbath services, one hour before sundown; Sabbeui
o'clock; Sunday. 8 a.m.
Conservative
Sdat
- 416 NE 8th Ave 444
Carl Klein Daily services. 8:30 a.m.. 630 p.m.
p.m ; Sabbath morning. 8:46 a.m ; Sabbath afternooU
Tempi* Bath Skeiosa 1400 N 46th Ava.. HoU]
6111 Rabbi Morton Malavsky Daily aervicei.
sundown; Ssbbsth evening. 8:16 o'clock: Sabbath I
o'clock Religious school Kindergarten 8
Teasp*e Beth Am 9730 Stirling Road. Hollywood
Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter. Services Sunday
Thursday. 8 a.m.; Ssbbsth. 8 p.m.; Sabbath morn*
o'clock. Religious school: Nursery. Bar MiUvah. Jul
School .
Tesaol* larsel of Ms earner 6920 SW 35th St 961
Raphael Adler Daily aervicee. 8:30 am Sabbat
Sabbath morning. 8:46 o'clock. Religious
kindergarten-8.
Tempi* Sissi 1201 Johnson St.. Hollywood 9>-
Richsni J Msrgolia. Daily sarvicas 8:25 a in ..5 p,
8 p m Ssbbsth morning. 8:35 o'clock. Raligtoui
kindergarten Judaic a High School.
f^eforiT)
Tempi* Beth El 1351 S. 14th Ave.. Hollywood
Rabbi Samuel L Jsffe Sabbath evening M
morning 11 a. m Religious school Grades K 10
Tessa*. Bath Eamet Pembroke Pine. Gaaari
auditorium,
Rabbi
Religious school Prekindergarten 10 *&lA\
Taanple Ssial 6100 StMridaa St.. Hollywood *!
Robert P Frazm Sabbath services, 8ill P_ J
nmg. 10.30 o'clock Religious school Preeenow-
l^ecoqslruclloQlsl
Basse. Shaasm 11301 W. INPeawj*^.,
3800 Rabbi Emot Skidall Oshhstk r-^tm. a
Beth Ease* Pembroke rn"~~
urn. 2261 University Drive, Panibroka naw
Bennett Grasoepon Sabbath mrncm.
..achool Prekindergarten 10 ^
Basal 6100 Ttawksin St.. Hollywood 9W*


i. Friday. March 16.1984
Th* Jewish Floridian of SouthBrowarc
Jage
Force-fed mathematician on hunger strike is dying
)KOVA'S CONDITION
ICAL
now have some later in-
ktion about NADEZHDA
)KOVA. the Leningrad
^nik who. aa we reported
gsue. is being force-fed in
Hal. after she had declared a
>er strike unto death" in
it against her continued
lal"
like our earlier report, we
bear, that one of her friends
i fact been allowed to aee her
ha-, since reported that her
lion was "frightful." This
nation is confirmed by a
report we have had this
that FRADKOVA's
leal condition is critical.
lg been exacerbated by her
ks treatment.
IGUN IN TRANSIT TO
IF
Is II- BEGUN was ten days
emoved from the prison in
mir without his son BORIS
INA SHLEMOVA. hia wife.
able to see him. They have
ea where he has been sent.
than that he ia going
chare, in the direction of
I where there is a complex of
]regime labour camps.
|(il'N was on October 14.
sentenced to seven years
ngime imprisonment to be
red by five years exile
February 7. a day after
IN was taken awav from
BORIS and INN A
at Vladimir, where they
!(! to obtain permission
the court authorities to visit
L'N When they presented
rxTmit t<> t he prison ad-
Iration. they were shown a
which said that no visits
lowed, as the prison area
|nder quarantine due to an
in-, disease
they had only that day
ssued permits. BORIS and
si-nsed some irregularities
rant to see the prison
nor They were shuffled
office to another being
contradictory information
th\ reached the
Silent no more'
Soviet Jewry update
governor, only to be told that
BEGUN was no longer under his
jurisdiction and that he had been
sent away the day before.
INNA's disappointment was
compounded when later she
learned that it appeared as if the
papers she needed to register
officially her marriage to YOSIF
had been apparently mislaid,
with the result that she might
have to wait until BEGUN
reaches his destination and
restart the entire process
INN A has been pressing the
authorities for permission to
register her marriage since
YOSIF's arrest in November
1982.
There is no telling how long
BEGUN will be in transit. The
system of transporting prisoners
in the Soviet Union is notorious.
LAZAR LUBARSKY. a former
Prisoner of Conscience, now in
Israel, says that the journey to
the camp called "Stolypin"
(named after a Tsarist Minister
of the Interior) is often worse
than the strictest regime prison.
The train travels in stages
letapl. collecting inmates at
various points. Compartments
made for six have twenty
prisoner*, crammed into them
Rations at the transit halts are
lower than those in punishment
cells Escorting guards are
bullies, often corrupt and pay
scant regard to regulations
When BEGUN reaches his
destination he will be quaran-
tined for three days, after which
he will be apportioned a work
norm; only after that will he be
allowed to notify his family of his
whereabout.^
TARNOPOLSKY ON
HUNGER STRIKE
Israel Bond events scheduled
Israel Bond committees
scheduled events this
I
rali! Hills Bnai B'rith
3107 has scheduled their
for Israel Tuesday March
* P m at the Emerald Hills
Itrv Club Humorist Emil
In will perform at the event.
Inor of the state of Israels
(anniversary
IgTMlluau 1-arry Smith and
fife Sheila will be guests of
at the Temple Solel Israel
committee cocktail recep-
>n Sunday March 25.
ilahad North State of Israel
committee have scheduled
night for Israel Tuesday
pi 20th at 8 p.m. in the social
Residents of the building
will be honored for their support
of Israels continued economic
growth Emil Cohen will perform
at this function also
The Israel Bond organization
is the major source of funds for
the economic development of the
state of Israel. Established in
1961. it has provided almost $7
billion to advance every im-
portant aspea of its economy.
With the signing of the peace
treaty. Israel looks to the Israel
Bond program to help provide
some of the vitally needed funds
for the building up of the Negev
where thousands must resettle
from the Sinai as well as for the
implementation of high priority
economic projects throughout
Israel
SHARE A SEDER
rILL OUT IF YOU WISH TO PARTICIPATE
' would like to share my Seder with guests referred by
c Chaplaincy Service.
APRIL 16
.APRIL 17
I Would Like To Be A Seder Guest
ipril 16 (Eve.)________April 17
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Midrib*
Phone_
Send Coupon To Rabbi Harold Richter
Jewiah Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood. FL 33020
or Cell 921-8810
YURY TARNOPOLSKY. the
Kharkov scientist imprisoned in
the Chita region on the
Mongolian border, is on hunger
strike (we have no information
when he began his strike), in
protest against the authorities
depriving him of his right to have
a visit from his wife OLG A.
The authorities claim that
YURY forfeited his privilege to
see his wife because he did not
fulfil his work quota in the mine.
Both YURI and OLGA have
been asking the authorities since
his arrival at the camp last
November to allot him work
consistent with his physical
condition. OLGA reported that
he is suffering from a weak heart
and a damaged gall bladder, and
if he continued working in the
mine he would suffer irreparable
damage to his health
YURY. a Doctor of Organic
Chemistry, aged 47 was arrested
on March 15. 1983. on charges of
"defaming the Soviet State." At
a trial last June the prosecution
claimed that TARNOPOLSKY
slandered the Soviet Union in
letters to friends abroad, which
TARNOPOLSKY denied sen-
ding. He waa sentenced to three
years imprisonment
An Extension of the law
regarding the passing of secret
information promulgated in the
Soviet Union last week is seen by
refuaeniks to be a further
technique to limit contact with
anyone from the West.
The law. Article 13-1. which
went into effect on January 1.
specifies that passing on "of-
ficial" information mainly
gathered at one's place of work
will be punishable with imprison-
ment.
It is impossible to assess the
specification of "official secrets"
as the law's wording, vague and
obscure, does not define it.
The code categorised "Passing
Information Comprising Official
Secrets to Foreign Organ-
isations" stipulates in part:
"Passing and gathering with
the intention of passing to
foreign organisations or their
representatives economic, scien-
tific-technological or other in-
formation comprising official
secrets, by a person to whom this
information was entrusted
through service or work or
became known by other means.
will be punished by deprivation
of freedom for up to three years
or corrective work for up to two
years."
KLEINMAN: CONTINUES
FAST
We learn this week that
LEONID KLEINMAN of
Leningrad is continuing with his
protest hunger strike, which he
began on February 1
Some weeks ago KLEINMAN
was promised by the authorities
that he. his wife LUDMILA and
their three-year-old son
EVGENY will be allowed to
emigrate soon. It was when late
in January LEONID was told
that he was being "refused" that
he protested against the
authorities breaking their
promise with a fast.
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To meet the needs of Jewish
families in southwest Broward.
we are pleased to announce the
opening of our newest Levitt-
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Southwest Broward. Levrtt-
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Weinstem Brothers, whose
beginnings go back to 1900 in
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Located on the grounds of the
beautiful Star of Davtd cemetery,
the chapel will serve famibes in
Pembroke Pines. Hollywood,
Miramar. Davie. Cooper City, and
Plantation, and the community
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In addition to providing every
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921-6511
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"ON YOUR TOES"
Tickets sxe now available for
the delightful show "On Your
Toes" starring Leslie Caron at
the Miami Beach Theatre of Per-
forming Arts. Wednesday
evening. Mar h 21 depart from
JCC at 7 p.m. Cost: (including
transportation) members $27.
non-members $28.
Tickets also available for
Nine with Sergio Franci for
May H Call for reservations.
PARENT SUPPORT GROUP
Parents and friends of develop
mentally delayed. learning
disabled, emotionally disturbed
or hyperactive children, meeting
the MOOBa Thursday of every
month at 8 p.m.
The meetings feature guest
>|ieakers covering topics such aa
behavior modification, legal and
educiit tonal rights, the Feinguld
diet etc
TWKKNS CROUP
We have a wonderfullv active
program with diffsisM event
two Sundays monthlv mil a
mon:..,'. rap group Join ai manv
Other VOUag people *".
taking pan Kor
batween :! and I I
IKKNRAPCROl IP
\ n \ one bsj ween t he ages of 14
and 18 is welcome to )oin us.
Starting on March 13 at 7 30
p m and every Tuesday evening
following
AFTER SCHOOL
CLASSES FOR TEENS
Anyone between the ages of 14
and 1H. we are starting new
classes in video film making
photography, drama, aerobic
dance, jauercise.
OPENINGS IN
AFTER SCHOOL CLASSES
We still have some openings m
the following classes, soccer
'grades 2-4). flag football (grades
K 21. drawing. painting and
sculpture (grades 3-51
AFTER SCHOOL
DAY CARE
The JCC offers after school
care from 6-13 years of age at
2838 Hollywood Blvd. Holly
wood, every day after school from
2:30-6 p.m.. Fridays until 5 p.m
We provide pick up from your
child s school, snack and wide
variety of creative programs
PRESCHOOL
Openings are still available in
our JCC of South Broward Pre
School program, ages 3-5 A
waiting list started in relation to
our 2 year old preschool class.
The Pre-School is currently
located at: 1111 NW 69th Way.
Hollywood. FL (Montella Park
Recreation Center!
Hours are from 9 a.m.-12 noon
Monday through Friday, or
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
MOMS AND TOTS
PROGRAM
Limited openings for Moms
and their Toddlers ages 15 to 24
months are available. Location
1111 NW 69th Way. Hollywood
(Montella Park Recreation
Center). Tuesday or Thursday
am classes.
MOMS AND TOTS
PROGRAM. SERIES II
Tuesday. April 10 to May 22 (6
weeks)) 9 am 15 to 20 months.
1030 am. 20 to 30 months.
Thursday. April 12 to May 24
(six weeks): 9 a.m. 20 to 30
months. 10:30 a.m. 15 to 20
months at Montella Recreation
Center, Mil NW 69th Way.
Hollywood
JCC CAMP SEASON
SCHEDULE
(m June 1H the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Hm ward's camping season
begins. For children from 5 to 12
there is the exciting Camp
K a dims at C B Smith Park, from
9 to 4 with early and late care
available The activities never
cease American Red Croea swim
instruction. Arts and Crafts.
Drama. Music. Dance. Sports,
Karate. Cheerleading. Coif,
Trips. Horseback Riding.
Boating. Tennis and more are
offered This year an Israeli spe
cialist will lend his talents to the
camp Two Four week sessions
and an additional optional ninth
week of trips are here for your
lonvenience Transportation is
also available I-ate nights and
barbecues will be happening
during the season
far Dm IS through 14 year olds
there will be the Ml Sport.
Camp, consisting of
week sessions Thia
concentrate on inteneivi
mentals in eoccer tennis
ball, baeeball and rnaketbalh
Swimming, boating end other
sports will be highlighted
Licensed P E teachers will super
vise the camp Guest apesksrs
and competition against otbar
centers will be arranged. Boys
and girla are both invited to
participate
The Teen Travel Camp is ready
to roll. Two four week sessions
are offered with trips to New Or-
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Why I Love Nathan's
Larry Farber (almost 13)
iMKI.AL.LASKIN
Lakin is a writer who
h at New York
rd uith permission
Philadelphia Jewish
prmmn has turned pre
pay Surely it will rain
lean tell the way the
| hanging. Sitting bare.
i say for my class
ind I wish to be taken
where, up to the sky
!>w. a day which may
for all I know. It's
he about a place I
that. I love dreams
py lift me out of the
present, into an area
lerfect as a ladybug.
Are dreams a place. I wonder
How can I think and write as
sorrow is building right outside
my window.
"1-arry. it's time for supper." I
run down the spiraling staircase,
tripping over my own feet,
anxious to escape my thought
Hut my mother has prepared
another vegetarian dinner ever
since she read an article in her
Surging Digest two weeks before
about the bad effect of red meat
on the internal system, she's
switched to vegetarian meals. My
fifteen-year-old sister Cara loves
this, because as she says. All
my friends are into being
vegetarians." Cara is very
trendy. 1 don't like her, nor do I
care for the meal I pick at the
orange stuff, squash maybe,
quite lamely, the peas are held in
a precarious balance on my fork.
They fall down.
"You don't like it."
"I told you that I don't like
this stuff. Mom." Her face gives
way to sorrow, and falls silent.
Then she finds a voice, and
makes a lot of noise with it.
somewhere between a shriek and
a cluck.
"You have to eat."
"He's not cool. Mom. Just
ignore him."
I feel like popping the peas into
my sister's eyes, but decide not
to My father, who is sitting at
the head of the table, unex-
pectedly comes to my defense.
"Leave Larry alone. He can
eat. or not eat whatever he wants
to. I don't like this stuff myself.
Gladys. Come Larry." He tugs at
my arm like a hunk of meat.
"We're going to Nathan's."
Ige.
Everyone is stunned that my
father is taking me someplace
alone, without the rest of the
family. The light is pouring into
the room, and all the rain has
ceased. I wonder who Nathan is.
My mother blinks her eye at me
like applause. I exit with my
father.
"Nathan is not a person.
Larry It's a restaurant. "
"Oh." I find it difficult to find
the words to say to him. because
so little has been said in the past.
A wave of guilt passes over him
like frost. 1 ran feel it at my feet.
My friend Charlie asked me
what grade you're in. and I didn't
even know You know Charlie''"
Yeah. I know him."
' W hat Krade are you in?"
"The eighth."
\\ irrive it ".;'hai of
Ocean aide, and quickly tind a
tahle My lather blow* tua nose
powerfuly like i wmir
inward and 1 follow ts delicate
roar everywhere, finally into the
handkerchief, where his snot
begins to look no different than
the next man's. He sits with his
bark straight. Iifl.njj his coffee
with a smooth, uncomplicated
move His forehead puckers with
some fleeting thought, as he
makes a reference to the distant
past.
I remember how I felt."
About what?"
When I was going to be bar
mittvahed." I lose myself in the
conversation, momentarily I was
so entranced with old Sam
Farber. that I forgot to notice the
place itself. The room is immense
and bustling with people. Moon-
like globes light up the aisles
lined with condiment stands
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boasting assorted relishes,
mustard, ketchup, and sauer
kraut aplentv leaning against a
wall which looks as if ft is about"
to fall are hot dogs, hamburgers.
knishes. corn-on-the-cob more
cold drinks than my mother's
kitchen ever had Steam rises
mysteriously from the grill, only
to meander and leave Pretty
young girls, only a few years
older than me. flip their ham-
burgers over like magic, so that
they apppear like flying saucers
Smells bombarde us. of food, and
of people's bodies.
"So?"
"So what?'
"So how do you feel now that
you're about to be initiated into
manhood?"
I don't realy feel anything I
was being honest What 1 did istl
was too short for my age. with tar
too many pimples on my fact' I
felt exceptionally small sitting in
my father s large shadow 1 p>ck
a cuticle off my large thumb and
watch it bleed. My father takes
napkin and wraps it tighl>
around my finger
"IH get us food What do you
want?"
"I don't know
It's a surprise then "
As he rises to get the food. I
notice crumbs falling out of the
mouth of the old woman next to
me She is almost toothless
"Here." He lays the feast on
the table: two hot dogs piled sky
high with accessories, two cokes,
and a large bag of french fries.
"Thanks 1 smile to let him
know how much I appreciate this
"Lst me show you how we re
going to eat I'll hold up this hot
dog in the center, and well goble
away until we both meet Gobble,
gobble." he says, to get me to
smile again "Let's start
We do
WE COME HOME, and the
words spill out of me like ket
chup I love Nathan s. the smell*-
which seize me like a bandit the
clouds of smoke rising aimlessly
where light grows like bubbles of
water, swelling fat. until it bursts
inside like diamonds of light
W hat everyone thinks is grease
are really diamonds of light. I
write about my father, how he
loves hot dogs piled pyramid
high with mustard and sauer-
kraut and the dog we shared
with delight, till our faces wen-
smeared with food. Soon.
Nathan's becomes a routine for
us We go there after my little
league baseball games
Though my father isn't coach
of our team, he likes to think of
himself as one He stands ready
to tell me what to do. what move
to make. He doesn't feel I was
properly placed as pitcher M\
arm feels lead heavy and the ball
seems just beyond my icrasp
There is no chatter from the
infield; everyone is looking
toward me. I walk the first batter
in the third inning, then I shake
off my catcher when he signals a
last ball, and again shake dim off
for a curve.
"Gel with it. Earn. The voice
of the coach or my father I'm not
sun- \1> face turns quickly like a
fan. feeling the sweat and the
burden of having to make a pood
play
Meal." the second baseman
yells
Sn-al screams my father I
aim the ball at the plate real last
It is too late V\e have lost the
gume
Ml heart persists in pumping
out blotchy tapestries of pictures
I don't understand He doesn't
talk to me going home, nor does
he make any plans for us to go
out toeat together He tells BM
"We'll watch Sunday after
noon football "
While he is rooting for the
(iiants I secretly pray for the
Jets
Once home. I take my time in
the shower watching the drops of
water fall painfully to my foet like
bugs I dry myself only partly.
hoping to gain some pity in these
cold limes, when November has
given way to frost
But my mother doesn't notice.
nor does my father, who is busy
munching away on potato chips,
and screaming "Touchdown
But the Giants are losing Mis
disappointment takes its toll on
the rest of the family
"He s starting again
What. Mom""
' With his anger 1 can't take
it." Cara and my mother are
trying to whisper, but 1 can hear
them
"Let's go My father gral>s
me. before my hair has even had a
chance to dry. we don't talk
about the game In the car he
asks me. "How come vou hardlv
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him
and
ever play with vour friends after
school? What do you do with
your time?"
"I see my friends. But I like to
spend a lot of time writ in
"Writing what?"
"Poems, stories, even essays."
That's interesting I'd love to
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Inside, voices are loud
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"I never told you how I fell
before being bar mittvahed. did
"No"
His eyes start to leave me
"Unlike you. I was so excited
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father say that it is green Our
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that maybe I am color blind
Standing in front of the mirror 1
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father's large hazel eyes are on
my tace I wonder about the time
he sang and danced before his
thirteenth birthday if he tripped
OVOT his own teet
He and my mother have been
fighting a lot lately 1 wonder if
they love each other It seems
that my father isn't around that
much these days We start to go
out together less He begins to
work even harder in his own
business, plastics manufacturing,
then comes home, eats dinner
and tumbles into bed. exhausted
Saturday slips into my life
without a sound Then, his voice
enters, large and booming
"Lst'l play tug-of-war."
Okay. Dad
1 always want to play a game
with him I think that maybe I'll
w in and each time becomes a verv
special moment My father gives
a jerk More of the string is in my
hand My father begins to reel
quicklv. hand over hand, eud
denlv feeling at hia end a tremen-
dous', struggling unsteady
weight He stands up and lifts hie
arm high, as 1 null back harder
Were struggling with equa
footing until he gives me one final
tug which takes all of the string
awBv from me 1 can't take it
anvmore The tears begin to fall
in a steady, fast stream
Why are you crying0" he
demands
Us a good thing my mother
isn't home, or they'd surely have
a fight
"You always have to win
"Don't be such a baby lie a
man 1 want to be. not so much
tor him. but for mvself My tears
won't let BM Ha Ties to turn his
hack on them, then finally
returns and takes m> arm
"Come
\\ drive in silence, invaded by
the gold light of early afternoon
which follows us in the car like a
brilliant steady sound He never
asked to sec one of my poems
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Th* JtwUh Floridian of South Broward
Page 15
SCR AC notes 40 years of social change
... The challenge tn thm i~.u ...
ASHINGTON 'rUv
Liary changes in the nature
character of American
Iv have been achieved over
at 40 years, and "we played
Bl role in bringing them
declared Jacqueline K.
Chair of The National
Community Relations
Lory Council (NJCRAC) as
addressed national and
Kunity Jewish leaders
i for the group's fortieth
,. Plenary Session, at the
lington Hilton Hotel.
CRAC is the national joint
The challenge to the Jewish
community at that time. Levine
stated, was "to hold America to
its promise of dignity and equal-
ity." and thus to enable indi-
vidual Jews to enter America's
mainstream. "We were to operate
on the premise that the security
of the American Jewish commu-
nity was ultimately dependent
upon the strength of the
American democratic system."
She cited the singular con-
tribution of the Jewish commu-
nity relations field in giving life
to the First Amendment through
its staunch defense of the pre-
planning and coordinating ciple of ^ separiti0ll of church
(or the field of Jewish and state in so many legal briefs
iiinity relations. during the 1940s and 50s that
were essentially adopted through
subsequent Supreme Court deci-
sions in the 1960s.
"No longer would our children
be subjected to daily religious
tailing the winter 1944
when NJCRAC was
Levine said that, in the
sense. "1944 was
the world was in dark
Jan
P aS Mm ~ -----------
under the shadows of Nazi rituals
Soviet totalitarianism. "In which
[world, the United States
nted hope, light, and
she declared. But, she
that it was an America
I by "the most brutal forms
egation" and racial op-
the internment of
Americans: McCar-
-iti to come: and anti-
lism expressed blatantly, as
ait in discrimination and
i in education, employment
busing.
on;
in the public schools
affect their image and
status as Americans and Jews,"
she said. "As a result of those
landmark decisions we are s dif-
ferent Jewish community living
in a different America."
Similarly, Ms. Levine spot-
lighted the field's Ions efforts to
democratize American immi-
gration law. which led to the
establishment of the coelitional
American Immigration and
Citizenship Conference. and
finally the abolishing of the
"vicious" national origins quota
system in 1966.
"We radically altered the
demographic nature of American
society in our single-minded drive
to repeal the racist barriers to
immigration, established in
American law at the height of the
power of the Ku Klux Klan in the
1920s she said. "That infamous
law cost thousands of Jewish
lives in the 1930s."
Levine also pointed to the
field's "partnership with the
NAACP in developing a total
package of civil rights legisla-
tion" and in creating the
national-level Leadership Confer-
ence on Civil Rights, which still
operates to this day. But she also
emphasized that "CRCs took the
lead" in creating similar coali-
tions in communities in all parts
of the country, and that the
initial successes were achieved at
the local level.
By the 1960s. Levine claimed,
these accomplishments had
changed the face of America, as
well as the status of its Jewish
community. "As threats to our
security as American Jews
diminished, we were moved in
new directions as a result of
threats to the security of our
fellow Jews abroad." Levine cited
the field's focus on issues such as
the plight of Soviet Jewry,
support for Israel, and the
defense of other Jewish commu-
nities throughout the world.
Citing the "incredible" open-
ing of emigration in the 1970s,
and the courageous actions of
Soviet Jews that were encour-
aged, Levine called these
developments a "miracle" that
flowed from our "audacious belief
that public denunciations in this
country would lead the Soviet
Union to modify its policies
against the Jews."
Levine called for the same
approach during the present
critical period for Soviet Jews
when emigration has once again
been closed off.
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The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Hollywood, Friday, Mfcfci
Expert: Problems between Sephardim
and Ashkenazim can be solved
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) A
leading expert on the issue of the
social and cultural gap between
Sephardi Jews, or Orientals, and
Ashkenazi Jews in Israel believes
that the problem can be solved by
creating a pluralistic society,
whose members would live "in
peace and harmony."
In fact. Dr. Maurice Roumani.
director of the Elyachar Center
for Studies in Sephardi Heritage
at the Ben Gurion University of
the Negev in Beersheba. claims
thst Israeli society and the poli-
tical establishment hsve been
more receptive to s pluralistic
society in the past few years.
"I think this is going to be the
trend in the future, which will
lead us to a genuine social and
cultural integration." he said
here in an interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Koumani. 45. is on s brief visit
to the United States under the
auspices of the American Asso-
ciates of the Ben Gurion Univer
sity whose president is Robert
Arnow Koumani. a Libyan-born.
Ameru-an-educated scholar who
is also an expert on Mideast
politics and Arab-Jewish rela
lions, said that the social gap
lietween Sephardim and
Ashkena/im has two major
aspects economic and cultural
He noted that the National
Insurance Institute in Israel
recently issued a report indicat
intf that the number of families
below, the poverty level has in-
creased by JU.000 to a total of
M.000 families Most of the*e
families are Oriental Jews."
Koumani said This is a regres
sion in terms of bridging the
socio-economic gap in Israel
An Improvement Under
The Likud Government
Pointing out that this regres
sion occurred during the recent
period ot the Likud government,
he said: "For some of us this is
not surprising. It is common
knowledge that Oriental Jews
supported the Likud and brought
it to power. I think they did so
not so much because they
supported the Likud's economic
ideology, but as a protest vote
against the Labor Party and its
29 years of paternalism and
undermining the Sephardi
heritage while in power."
According to Roumani. there
has been a change in this regard
under the Likud government
"The Likud and Menachem
Begin, its leader, restored for the
Orientals the image of a tradi
tional Jew with whom they can
identify The Likud also helped
the Sephardim in developing a
positive self image on the per-
sonal level, he observed He
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in high government positions
Under the Likud government
the economic gap seemed, until
recently, to have been narrowed.
Roumani said He said that the
Oriental Jews have enjoyed the
economic prosperity in recent
years together with the rest of
the population "That well being
might have been false but never-
theless the individuaTs economic
situation has improved."
Roumani said
This situation, however, has
drastically changed in the last
few months, snd the economic
gap has widened. Roumani said
l regard the economic gap -
although it affects children's
schooling and their way of life -
as soluble. he said, adding
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with reaourcea. properly chan-
neled, economic hardship can be
alleviated."
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pressing, is the cultural gap in
Israel: namely, what kind of
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subject in all univ
Israel
Aa Achievable (*
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it." He said that
Sephardi heritage coursesi
be introduced into the cun
of elementary and high
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Roumani noted that
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The Jewish Fbridian of South Broward
Go v. Graham to receive award
at Federation conference
Craham will ha iim
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Yale, Tel Aviv University
Governor Bob Graham will be
,ented the Humanitarian
ird by the Florida Aeeocia
M of Jewish Federations at
*ir Third Bi-Annual Conference
I theSheraton World in Orlando
Igrch 23-25, it waa announced
L Maxine Schwartx, Conference
fcairman Congressman Claude
tpper received the first Human
r ^ Award given by the
-Kin Federations two years
ago
The award ia bring given to
Oovemor Graham for his human
Hanan efforts on behalf of the
young and elderly of our commu
tiea. said James Beer. FAJF
Chau-man "Under his leadership
the State of Florida has demon-
strated the highest dedication to
humanitarian concerns that
exemplify our Jewish traditions "
reshiva awards two
I Solomon Garazi, president of
|iai-based Oriental Trading
ration, and Metro-Dade
booty Commissioner Barry
fhreiber were selected by the
londa Friends of Yeehiva
bvuTsity as honorees at its
entap- Award Dinner on
bnday. March 11 at the
bnovcr Renaissance Hotel on
lami Heach.
|The selection was made by Dr.
brmn l-amm. president of
hiva I'niversity, and Dr.
late hew Zuckerman. chairman
tht* Florida Friends organ-
It ion
lain Werner is the Heritage
ard Dinner chairman and
ik \ Mitrani, P.E.. co-
irman Metro-1 lade County
l\nr Stephen Clark is the
orarv chairman and honorary
fchairmen of the Dinner include
nda Congressman William
kman and Yehoshua Trigor.
! I ounril (ieneral
lahbi Menachen Kaab.
ktor ol the day school depart
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h Education, was also
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Yeshiva University, the oldest
and largest university under
Jewish auspices, is now cele-
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Canada. Mexico and nations in
Kurope. l^tin America, the
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Elaine Bloom. Government
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Association of Jewish Federa-
tions, and a former member of the
House. stated "Governor
Graham waa a prime mover in
developing responses by State
government to the critical prob-
lems of providing for human
services in Florida. He haa
always been very supportive to
our Jewish community issues and
has been known for his dedication
to humanitarian concerns during
his entire career in public life."
Governor Graham will make a
major address and receive the
award at the Saturday evening
dinner session on March 24th,
when he will have just returned
from leading a State sponsored
trade mission to Israel. Senator
I.awton Chiles and Senator Paula
Hawkins will also receive awards
at the conference for their con-
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the State of Israel
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The American Friends of Tel
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Dr. FJartlett Giamatti. Pres-
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speak at the Purim celebration
and dinner on March 17 at Boca
Pointe Country Club. The dinner
will begin at 8:45 p.m. following
the reading of the Megillah in the
synagogues. Couvert ia $46 per
person and reservations can be
made by calling 392-9186 in Boca
Raton.
Also, a fine arts benefit at the
Patricia Judith Art Gallery in
Boca Raton wul continue through
the end of the month. The gallery
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the sale price for each work of art
purchased by friends of Tel Aviv
University during that time. The
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Study Backs Cutting Cholesterol to Curb Heart Disease Risk
By PHILIP M.BOFFEY
Ignuiun-W- vrt rir
WASHINGTON. Jan 12 Medical
researcher* today announced "the first
Mudy in demonstrate conclusively"
that lowering chotesterol levels in the
bloodstream reduced the rate of heart
attacks In a high-risk group of middle-
aged'men
The scientists had cooperated In a 10-
yeai. IIM million study sponsored by
thr Federal Government that used a
potent cholesterol towering drug,
chotestyramlne They said the drug
substantially cut both blood cholesterol
levels and coronary heart disease In
middle-aged men who started out with
Icry high cholesterol levels
Hnsil M Rlfklnd ot the National
Henri, Lung, and Blood Institute, who
was project director for the research,
said the study demonstrated "that the
nsk of coronary heart disease can be
reduced by lowering Mood choles-
terol." _______
Previous studies asaeclated high
Wood chetaaisrol with cardtovatn-tr
disease, and maey health groups have
lecomimnded tow-chat' "wot dtarta,
but whether tlrttttiml rndatltuu
coaM actually reduce heart dtaanea
The participating edenttota sug-
gested that their findings could have
broad implications Although this
particular study retted primarily on a
drug to reduce btood cholesterol, the
scientists said it supported the view
of cholsatiml through
diet would also be benef icial
At the news conference, the scien
lists cautioned that 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
chnhutenil levels were high, use of diet
as the first means to reduce choles-
terol, and drug therapy only where that
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
nsk of heart attack by lowering their
cholesterol
The study was a landmark" whose
results had been "anxiously awaited."
said Antonio M Gotto. Jr president of
tht American Heart Association, a pri-
vate organisation that has long urged
Americans to maintain diets aimed at
towering r hole-Mi ul levels
George Lundberg. editor of The Jour
ru I of the American Medical Assocta
lion, which will publish two major
papers from the study in its Jan 20
iskue. predicted, "These two articles
will be looked at 23 years from now as
the definitive articles that secured the
cholesterol theory of coronary bean
disease "
Nearly 4.BM Men Studied
The study involved 3JM men. aged
35 to SB. who had very high btood cho-
lesterol levels at least 183 units, well
above the average of about 21* for that
age Only about 3 percent of the men in
North America have cholesterol levels
that high, thr institute said
The men in the study had no sign of
heart problems when the study started,
and the trial was designed to see
whether lowering blood cholesterol
would prevent trie later occurrence of a
heart attack
Half of the men. randomly chosen.
were given the cholesterol lowering
drug while the other half received a
look-alike placebo Both groups were
also instructed to follow a moderately
restricted diet aimed at lowering cho-
lesterol Thr men's health was mom
to red for seven to 10 years
Both the diet and the drug clearly
lowered 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 thr
group that received it in the first year
There was only a slight further decline
in the group treated with diet only The
drug produced an even sharper reduc-
tion in low density lipoprotein choles-
terol, 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
drot) in coronary heart disease, said
Robert t levy, vice president for
health science at ( olumbia University,
one ol the scientists speaking at the
news conference today at the National
institutes of Health in Bethesda. Md
The group treated with the drug ex
penencad only 133 coronary heart
deaths and nonfatal heart attacks, well
below the Iff lecoeded in Use compart
son group The drug produced a 24 per-
cent rwduction in coronary heart deaths
and a It percent redact ina in nonfatal
heart attacks
As a rule of thumb, the utveeugators
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The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Hollywood Friday, Man* 16 ,^1
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March II
Ponm cornivol event* ol Tempi* Sold. T*mpl* B*lh Emu,
Temple Smoi. and Southeast Focal Point Senior Center Second
annual moonlight cruite sponsored by the Menj Club of the
Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged, at 6 30 p m at
Haulower Park Marino $17 50 per person, coll 751-8626
March 19
Goldo Meir Hodassoh luncheon at 11.30 honoring Rose Sch-
wartz, celebrating her 80th birthday Call Rose Doret 921 -6727
for reservations South Broward. chapter of the American
Society for Techmon. Israel Institute of Technology. (Women's
Division) meets at noon ot Galahad North. 3001 South Ocean
Drive. Hollywood Refreshments served
March 21
Temple Solel adult educotion program "For Women Only" at
7 30 pm Coll 98V 0205 for information UAHC Southeost
council dinner meeting at Temple Solel.
March 22
Hallondale Cultural Arts musical program for paid up members
and friends. 1 p m at Hallandole public library, featuring the
Winston Tno Call 454 1 268 Grand People meet. 7.30 p m at
Temple Solel
March 25-27
Rummage sale sisterhood of Temple Isroel of Miromor. 9 a m -
4pm eoch day 6920 S W 35th St Call 961 1700
March 30
Temple Beth El Brotherhood dinner-donee honors Williom Sch-
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Temple $1 3 50 per person Reservations only. 920-8225
March 30 April 1
Yiddish flm weekend at Temple Beth El Friday ot 8 p m Dr
David RoMnes speaks on "The Shtetl in foe: and fiction''
followed by Saturday 7 30 showing of o 1939 Yiddish film
"Fishke oe Krumer Sunday 9 30 o m breakfast seminar,
speech bv Dr Roskies on "The Soga of Moss Migrotion There is
a $1 50 charge for Sundoy s breakfast no charge for other
events Pease coil 920-225 to reserve free tickets to tne film
April I
Show "Norman, is that you'" at Temple Israel of Miromor, 7 30
p m Tickets $5 by reservation and advanced ticketing only
Coll 961 1700
April 10
Beth El Sisterhood holds onnuol fundromng luncheon "Soy it
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Your Community Calender welcomes news ot your Jewish onen
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Gloria Dorfberger ha* been
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the Teen and "Tween rap*
In the** sessions kid* are
encouraged to talk with profes
sionals on subject* they wouldn't
discuss with their parent* or even
close friends. Dorfberger said. "A
lot of thoughts they have, they
find out aren't so weird. They
find out a lot of other kids have
the same thoughts they do." she
said.
The "Tweena" group is for kids
11 to 14. The Teen sessions are
for kids 14 to 18 The two prof**
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psychiatric registered nurse and
a graduate student in counseling
Everything said in the group
stay* private, she said The kids
don't even talk about it to their
friends, much less their parents
It makes it special for them.''
she said "Iti n outlet that
hasn't been available for them
before
Group size is limited to 16. but
new groups will be formed when
ihere are enough to fill them.
The word ha* gotten out and
we've seen the number of group*
grow." Dorfberger said.
Uslie Greenberg is the new
Acting Early Childhood Director.
She is s former director of a day
camp in New York, and a former
kindergarten teacher in Holly-
wood. One of her biggest project*
is heading the "Mom* and Tot*'
program at the JCC.
"It's a class for mothers and
their children, aged 15 to 24
months, to participate together."
*he explained. "It's quality time
in an organized atmosphere.
Some of the activities include
arts and crafts, exercise, and
dancing. Greenberg said.
She also teaches preschool for 2
to 5 year olds, and ia working on
setting up a summer day camp
for that age children, to begin
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taking advantage o(
program, she said
"The expansion of u*
childhood program u btrngZ
according to the nesdjof tk
community." Greenberg atid
Leslie ia married to Law^l
Greenberg. They havt ,
children. Adam. u, J
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The 32-page tabloid, published
and owned by the Shocken
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