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Thejewish
of South Broward
1 Hollywood, Florida Friday. March 1,1986
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Price 35 Cents
er Sunday March
is the day when
homes in South
r d get their chance to
letermine the fate of
I in Israel, overseas,
[home.
isands of households
jhout the community
telephoned on Super
|y on behalf of the
United Jewish
lal- Federation
lign. More than 400
?ers will man the
>nes at the Jewish
lation of South
rd Building, placing
rom 8:30 a.m. to 9
Zedeck and Ellen
J.ston, Super Sunday
len, are asking for
)nal volunteers. If
iven't signed up yet,
call Judy Nemeth at
ition, 921-8810.
the first time, the
its of the seven
Rational schools will
irticipating in this
kunity-wide event,
(student has received
jn "Operation Moses"
card. One school is
a Super Sunday
sale; another is
)ring "bring in a
fs pledge card along
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BE A PARTNER FOR LIFE
March 17
with your own." All of
these programs will
culminate on Super
Sunday.
Also for the first time,
the B'n'ai B'rith Youth
Organization will hold
special Super Sunday car
washes at two locations:
City Hall Shell, 2635
Hollywood Boulevard, and
Citgo of Emerald Hills,
4551 Sheridan Street.
Proceeds of the car wash
will help support the 1985
UJA-Federation Cam-
paign.
"Super Sunday is our
day to reach out to the
entire South Broward
Jewish community and ask
them to be a part of our
campaign of life and hope,"
Mrs. Livingston said. "It is
a time to really feel our
unity, to join together and
take action on behalf of our
brothers and sisters at
home and abroad."
Mrs. Zedeck noted that
Super Sunday takes on a
particularly important role
this year because Operation
Moses requires the Jewish
community's immediate
and maximum support.
"It's not a question of if
we will help Ethiopian
Jewry," she said. "We can
and we must do more than
ever. No one else will be
there for thousands of
Ethiopian Jews resettling
in Israel. Super Sunday will
be our opportunity to stand
up and be counted."
Sunday will kick off an
entire Super Week that will
continue from Monday,
March 18 to Thursday,
March 21. On each weekday
evening, leaders from
South Broward
congregations will place
calls to their fellow
members, asking them to
take part in the 1985 UJA-
Federation Campaign.
Super Week is being
chaired by Federation
officer Elaine Pit tell.
Participating
congregations are:
Congregation Levi Yitz-
chok. Young Israel and
Temple Solel on March 18;
Temple Beth El and
Temple Beth Emet on
March 19; Temple Sinai
and the Hallandale Jewish
Center on March 20; and
Temple Beth Shalom,
Temple Israel of Miramar
and Temple Beth Ahm on
March 21.
Wiesenthal says pressure must be
placed on Paraguay to find Mengele
SUSAN POYAS
Israel Today
izi hunter Simon
enthal welcomed the
rican government's
pon to track down Dr.
Mengele, the "Angel
^eath" of Auschwitz,
said only political
^ure by the U.S. on
juay, where he is
ig. can lead to the
ire of the most wanted
i alive.
believe that the only
to capture Mengele is
[the Americans to put
Itical pressure on
*guay. Some people
fe suggested to me to
him for money (by
)ing guards and of-
*ls) but this is ab-
itely not the way to do
Wiesenthal said in an
srview. He also rejected
ers to murder Mengele
without bringing him to
trial. "His life means
nothing. How can he pay
for the deaths of millions.
He must be brought to
justice for the lesson to be
learned."
Wiesenthal came to
Israel to participate in an
international panel which
heard hair-raising evidence
over three days at
Jerusalem'8 Yad Vashem
from 29 witnesses, many of
them twins, who were
spared from the gas
chambers by Mengele for
his pseudo-medical ex-
periments in genetic
engineering at breeding an
Aryan master race. Of 750
pairs of twins only 180
children survived the or-
deal. Most live in Israel.
Interest in Mengele was
revived by the recent
ceremonies to com-
memorate the 40th an-
niversary of the liberation
of Auschwitz, where 2.5
million of the six million
Jews perished in the
Holocaust.
Wiesenthal said he was
informed of U.S. Attorney-
General William French-
Smith's decision to order a
full scale investigation into
Mengele's whereabouts.
The inquiries would be
carried out by the Justice
Department's Office of
Special Investigations
which has had a number of
recent successes in locating
former Nazis, including
Walter Rauff.
Wiesenthal said he has
already spoken to the
official in charge of the
investigation. He will come
to the Vienna Nazi
Documentation Center
where Wiesenthal will
provide him with the
Continued on Page 2
Chrlebach here for free corwert
Jewish folk musician
Shlomo Carlebach will
perform in South Broward
in a free concert Monday
March 25 at. 7:30 p.m. at
Temple Beth Shalom, 1400
N. 46th Avenue,
Hollywood. The event is
presented by the South
Broward Council of Rabbis
and the Education Com-
mittee of South Broward.
Carlebach, the world
renowned Hasidic folk
singer, has revolutionized
Jewish music in our time.
His enchanting melodies
are a blend of the early
1' Hasidic niggun,'' along
with a sharp contemporary
influence. Shlomo con-
tinues to draw throngs of
enthusiastic fans to his
performances in this, the
third decade of his career, a
distinction achieved by few
in his profession.
Our generation seeks a
deep spirituality in ways
that none of our
predecessors have ever
imagined. Shlomo, with his
inspiring melodies and
Continued an Page 2


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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood / Friday, March 1, 1985
The Grand Bay Hotel was the sit* of this year's Lion of Judah
Luncheon. This elegant Women's Division event was coor-
dinated by (left to right) Meral Ehrenstein, Women's Division
President; Joan Mendelaon, guest speaker; Penny Warner,
Arrangements Chairwoman; and Sylvia Kalin. Etz Chaim
Chairwoman.
The Annual Lion of Judah Luncheon included the Shomrai (5,000) Category and the new Eu
Chaim (10,000) Category. Responsible for this successful fundraiser were, (left to right) Susej
Grossman, Metro Campaign Vice President; Mildred Friedman, Beach Campaign Vi
President; Evelyn Stieber, Etz Chaim Co-chairwoman; Rhea Krieger and Ruth Glickmu,
Shomrai Co-chairwomen; and Sylvia Kalin, Etc Chaim Co-chairwoman. All women at these
levels of giving wear the Lion of Judah pin, signifying their position of leadership in Women's
Division.
Jewish Holocaust survivors to meet in Phila.
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) -
Some 5,000 Jewish Holocaust
survivors and their families are
expected to meet here April 21 to
22 to participate in the Inaugural
Assembly of the American
Gathering of Jewish Holocaust
Survivors at the Civic Center, an
event which will coincide with the
40th anniversary of the liberation
of the Nazi death camps.
Survivors and their families,
according to Benjamin Meed,
president of the American
Gathering of Jewish Holocaust
Survivors, will also seek to
evaluate the positive effects of
the moral dimension of the Allied
victory over Nazi Germany.
"It will be a time of reunion
and exchange of memories, a
mixture of joy and sadness, anger
and hope: and a reaffirming
experience that participants will
cherish and which will have a
positive effect on the rest of then-
lives." Meed told reporters at a
news conference here.
"Time has taken its toll,"
Meed continued. "More than
200,000 survivors most of them
between the ages of 18 and 36
came to the United States after
World War II when they emerged
from the Nazi death camps
Perhaps half that many survivors
are alive today.
"Many survivors see the
American Gathering as the time
when they can best bear witness
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en masse to the atrocities they
experienced and the chance to
search for loved ones who sur-
vived the war or for some word of
the fate of those who did not."
The gathering in Philadelphia
follows the 1983 gathering of
some 20,000 Jewish Holocaust
survivors and their families in
Washington. In 1981, 5.000
survivors from 14 different
countries met in Jerusalem for
the first International Gathering
of Jewish Holocaust Survivors.
As in the past gatherings, the
Civic Center will be transformed
into a "survivors' village" where
participants can gather according
to the cities of their birth and the
camps of their incarceration to
meet each other again.
Central to the survivors'
village will be a computer bank
linked with the National Registry
of Jewish Holocaust Survivors
which now contains over 55,000
names. Survivors can use the
computer system to search for
friends or relatives and to learn of
those who did not survive. The
computer system aided in
reuniting more than 600 people at
the Washington Gathering two
years ago. Among the scheduled
events, there will be programs
demonstrating solidarity with
Israel and with oppressed Jews
all over the world.
Shlomo Carlebach
Conceit
Continued from Page 1
compassionate love, has
moved the hearts of tens of
thousands.
Alternating songs and
stories, he creates a
compelling, intimate blend
of joy, humor, irony and
spiritual matter-of-
factness. Wittf his music,
his stories and his deep
Hasidic teachings, Shlomo
reaches the heart and sings
to the soul the place
where joy can be reached.
Shlomo has composed
thousands of melodies. He
has recorded over 20
albums end. two spngbooks.
Mengele
Continued from Page 1
documented evidence that
Mengele is now in
Paraguay.
Wisenthal also has of-
ficial U.S. documents to
prove that American forces
in occupied post-war
Germany arrested Mengele
in 1947, but let him go.
"This is based on official
reports from one American
counter-intelligence agent
to another in Germany,"
Wiesenthal said. The
documents crossed the desk
of former CIC (counter-
intelligence) agent Ben-
jamin Gorby (Goldstein)
who served in Germany
after WW II and now lives
in Israel but refuses to be
interviewed.
Once captured Mengele
will be extradited to West
Germany where he
stand trial for his crime
against humanity based i
the evidence of 100's of
surviving Auschwiti
victims. "Everything 3
Germany is ready for him,"
Wiesenthal said. The
Frankfurt prosecutor has
offered the equivalent of
$330,000 for information
leading to Mengele's
capture.
Wiesenthal joined the
call by Jerusalem lawyer
Zvi Terlow, who closed the
public tribunal by ap-
pealing to Pope John Paul
II to help force Mengele to
justice.
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Friday, March 1, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Page 3
Singles to again travel to Israel this summer
Once again South Broward will
I participate in a special national
mission to Israel for singles only.
This year's UJA National
Summer Singles Mission will
depart the U.S. July 21 and
return ten days later. Florida
singles will be able to meet other
involved and concerned young
Jews from all regions of the
frpuntry and spend time
discovering ancient and modern
Israel in a mission like no other.
Last year, South Broward sent
31 delegates on this mission. For
those who wish to repeat, or
those who are familiar with
Israel, a special itinerary has
been set up.
The trip includes organized
tours and free time in three cities:
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and Eilat.
All hotels will be five star the
Dan in Tel Aviv, the Hilton in
Jerusalem, and the Sonesta in
Eilat. Most meals and all
tourbuses and guides are in-
cluded.
This year a special "pre-
mission" to Paris will be offered.
There will be five days and four
nights in that city, which will
include meals and sightseeing.
The date for those leaving Fort
Lauderdale on the Paris-Israel
trip is July 17 with a July 22
arrival date in Israel.
Participation is limited to
those currently single between 22
and 40. Limited space for the pre-
mission is available. For costs
and more information, please
contact Sheryll Herschberger at
Federation, 921-8810.
Livny to speak at
Emerald Hills dinner
Boat harbor in Eilat.
Ann and Nelson Dembs will be
the honorees at the annual
Emerald Hills division dinner
Tuesday March 5 at the Emerald
Hills Country Club, 4100 N. Hills
Drive, Hollywood.
The dinner is being held on
behalf of the 1985 UJA-
Federation campaign. Cocktails
will be served at 6 p.m., with
dinner following at 7.
The Dembs are longtime
leaders of the Emerald Hills
campaign for the Jewish
Federation of South Broward,
said Paul Sigel. co-chairman of
the event along with Abe
Meister. "This honor in only a
small way repays the years of
work and devotion to this
group." Meister said.
Guest speaker at the dinner
will be Jonathan Livny, who was
I the Attorney General for the
West Bank after the Sue Day
War. Livny held that position
when he was just 25 years old.
As a Major, Livny served in
Israel's Defense Forces during
the Six Day War, the Yom
Kippur War, and in the war in
Lebanon.
In the United States, Livny
Editor, Klezmer Players
featured at Chavarut
Jonathan Livny
has been a forceful spokesman for
Israel on television, radio and on
college campuses. Since retur-
ning to Israel, he has served as
Assistant to the Minister of
Tourism and Legal Advisor in
the Knesset.
For reservations or in-
formation regarding the dinner,
please contact Rabbi Herb Tobin
at Federation. 921-8810.
Cm March 11 at the Doral
Beach Hotel, the women from the
Metropolitan and Beach
vicinities are banding together
for the first Chavarut-Kehillah
luncheon. The chairwomen of this
function are the capable and
efficient Edna Warren, Arlene
Ray, Sis Altman, Lynda Wilentz
and Edith Frost. Merle Lundy
has taken on the role of head of
the hostesses.
The featured guest speaker is
Mrs. Evelyn Summer, from
Parana, Argentina. Mrs. Sommer
is the editor of the Jadla and
Eresnews news services for Latin
America. Since 1970, she has
undertaken a wide range of
speaking engagements in Latin
America, Canada, Australia,
South Africa, Switzerland and
Finland, for the UJA, Keren
Hayesod and WIZO Campaigns.
In 1980 she headed the WIZO
Delegation to the International
Women's Year Conference and
the Mid-Decade Women's
Conference. Since 1982 Mrs.
Sommer has served as a delegate
of WIZO to the 30th Zionist
Congress. Joining her as the
day's entertainers will be the
Epstein BrotheK, four talented
and proficient singers and
musicians, commonly referred to
as Klezmer Players.
The Chavarut-Kehillah lun-
cheon is open to all women who
have given a minimum com-
mitment of $L25-.to the UJA-
Federatioir Campaign. For more
information concerning this,
please call Carole Roth at 921-
8810.
Evelyn Sommer
Hemispheres Breakfast March 10
The Hemispheres leadership
nas announced it will hold its
1985 UJA-Federation breakfast
ion Sunday, March 10 in the
.Grand Ball Room. Special guest
] speaker is Gideon Peleg, a
professor of Judaic studies at the
University of Miami. Professor
I Peleg "s mother was an un-
derground officer smuggling
Jews throughout Europe during
World War 11, and his father was
a chief underground commander
in Palestine.
Chairing this very special
event is the Hemispheres'
leadership Kalman Rado, Lila
Brecker, Jack Udis, Rose Pollen,
Mary Lipschutz, and Ada and
Morse Engleman.
Kaye Gym planning
meeting March 13
A special meeting to review plans and to solicit ad-
ditional funds for the Jeff Kaye Gymnasium will be held
on Wednesday, March 13 at the home of Mary and Ed
Gottlieb in Hollywood.
. An outpouring of support for this project has been felt
ui the entire South Broward Jewish Community and
100,000 has already been raised. The Jeff Kaye Gym-
nasium will be a major focal point in the new David
Posnack Jewish Community Center, to be built on a 29
acre site in Da vie.
"We all have a deep commitment to this project," said
Dr. Howard Barron, Treasurer of the Jewish Federation of
outh Broward. He and his wife Judee are Special
Projects Chairmen for the JCC Building Campaign.
"Jeff Kaye was an outstanding athlete, an honor
student and committed Jew, whose deep feeling for Jewish
We was instilled by his parents, Dina and Sumner Kaye.
1he gymnasium will be a fitting tribute to the memory of
this fine young man, his love of sports and his unique
devotion to his people," he said.
For further information and to RSVP please call
federation, 921-8810.
MARK SPITZ WON SWIMMING AWARDS IN THE 1965 MACCABIAH GAMES before
he won Gold Medals in the Olympics. Here he is pictured at the VII Maccabiah with his sister,
Nancy Spitz, who was also a Maccabean champion. The Family Mission to Israel will see games
of the 1985 Maccabiah during its July 10-24 trip, leaving from Fort Lauderdale. To see the next
champions in swimming, track and field, basketball, soccer and 30 other sports, ca
Federation at 921-8810 to reserve space.
the


Pa*?_ TteJwMh Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood / Friday, March 1, 1985
Sex expert Dr. Ruth well versed in Jewish law
By MARGERY MEYERS
Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
In the olam habah (world to
come) we will have to account for
all the pleasures in life of which
we did not partake. "That in-
cludes sex,'' says Dr. Ruth
Westheimer, in Pittsburgh
recently to speak.
Considered a pioneer in the
field of psychosezual therapy.
Dr. Westheimer is well-versed in
Jewish law especially the
family purity laws and asserts
that Jews can and should become
good sexual partners, and should
be able to articulate their
physical needs.
"I want us all to become sexual
gourmets," she says.
Dr. Ruth, as she is af-
fectionately known by TV
viewers and radio listeners, cites
a Midrash to illustrate that it is
clearly permissible to discuss
sexual matters explicitly:
"A rabbi is having intercourse
with his wife. Just before the
point of no return, the rabbi
stops. Something is not quite
kosher. He gets up and opens the
curtains, and sees his favorite
student under the bed.
"The rabbi says, Moishele. is
that derech eretz (proper)? What
are you doing down there?' and
the student replies, 'What you
are doing is Tora and Tora I must
learn.' So you can see," explains
Dr. Ruth, "We should talk about
it."
Dr. Westheimer chose her field
for this reason. She holds a
master's degree in sociology from
the New School of Social
Research and a doctorate from
Columbia University. During her
training at New York Hospital
Peres: Israel will not further
interfere in Lebanon's affairs
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier
Shimon Peres said that the Israel
Defense Force will not intervene
in the internal affairs of Lebanon
after it withdraws behind the
international border. But should
any threat to Israel's security
arise in Lebanon, the IDF would
re-enter that country, do what
has to be done and leave, he said.
Peres spoke to reporters at an
IDF position at Buksata,
overlooking the south Lebanon
port of Sidon and the Awali
River. He visited there to watch
the progress of the IDF with-
drawal from that region, the first
stage of its three-stage pull-out
from south Lebanon.
Once Israel is out of Lebanon
"we do not intend to play any
part in the internal politics of
Lebanon," Peres said. As to the
danger of new bloodshed between
rival factions after the IDF
leaves, Peres said "I don't want
Israel's military superiority over Syria is short-term
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel can
maintain its military superiority
over Syria in the short term
the next three years but Syria,
its most dangerous foe, is rapidly
improving its military
capabilities, according to Maj.
Gen. (res.) Aharon Yariv.
director of the Jaffe Center for
Strategic Studies of Tel Aviv
University.
Yariv, a former chief of
military intelligence, gave that
assesment in presenting the

latest edition of "The Middle
East Strategic Balance 1984", a
316-page volume published by
the Jaffe Center, to the press.
According to Yariv, Israel, facing
severe budgetary constraints
which include defense, is losing
its military edge over its Arab
neighbors.
As a consequence, he said.
Israel must concentrate on
"qualitative improvements" in
its military personel rather than
attempt to maintain numerical
equality with the military
hadrware -the Arab staes are
receiving in massive quantities
from both East and West.
He said the Syrians are aiming
at military parity with Israel.
They already have "a very
serious defensive capability" and
in a matter of years will aquire an
offensive capacity against Israel
as well.
The "Strategic Balance,"
published in both Hebrew and
English editions, has become an
essential source book for Middle
East experts. The English edition
is printed and distributed in
Israel by The Jerusalem Post and
in the United Staes by Westview
Press. The Hebrew edition is
printed and distributed by Yediot
Achronot.
At South American Mission Meeting at the home of Evelyn
Stieber: from left: Lotye Grossman, Jack Burman, Mrs. Jack
Burman, Janet Malamud, Margarita Terldel, Jack Malamud.
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to engage in prophecies. I believe
nobody really knows what
will happen" in Lebanon. "I
would like to see the Lebanese
reach a solution among their
different parties," Peres said.
But, he added, "It is their
business if they choose to save
the situation or destroy it. We do
not intend to stay in Lebanon
and we are now leaving. We do
not want Lebanese soil." He
noted that in the past the IDF
has been able to protect Galilee
from within Israel's borders and
it will be able to do so again.
Should a danger arise, however,
"we would act. We would re-enter
Lebanon and then return home."
Peres said.
Meanwhile, Israel was in-
formed that the Lebanese
government refuses to cooperate
in any way with the withdrawal
of the IDF. Reports from Beirut
indicated at the same time that
the IDF faces an escalation of
attacks from hostile Moslem
elements as its three-state with-
drawal begins. Nabih Berri,
leaders of tebanon's Shiite
Moslems and Minister of State
for south Lebanon was reported
as warning the IDF. "You'll face
resistance like you've never faced
before."
Cornell Medical Center. ,fe,,
a group exam with
psychologist, therapist
psychiatrist. A young WfI
came in with a head coverin*
it was obvious to Dr. Westh'
that she was Orthodox.
"She said that she
pregnant with her second ch
and she had never had
orgasm," Dr. Westheimer a
P!?8; ."^ Psychiatrist J
mediately asked her if 8bv
ever had intercourse during Lai
period .WeU.sheput0nherg
and walked out.
Dr. Westheimer felt that wjtkl
her knowledge of the fad,!
purity laws, she could hZ
helped the woman. "I secant*
number of Orthodox people inm,
practice today," she adds.
Bora in Frankfurt, Germany l
Dr. Westheimer fought in the]
Haganah during Israel's WarM
Independence, and has lived on.
kibbutz in Israel. While studvmj I
at the Sorbonne. she wasi,
kindergarten teacher. Her wish I
create a more sexually hurtle
society has led her to become i
popular guest on television talk
shows. She has her own radio
program, "Sexually Speaking,'
and a cable television show is |
well.
"I had a caller on my radio
show," Dr. Ruth recalls. "I had a |
feeling the was Jewish, but you I
can't ask a person if they're
Jewish, of course. She was about
to marry, and she was nervouM
about the wedding night.
"I asked her. 'Will there bei'
big party?" and when she said
that there would be 500 guests. 1
knew she was Jewish."
Dr. Ruth has no qualms about
her recent endeavors as a media
psychologist. "You can't do
therapy on the air. and I don't
try. What I do is to educate," she
says, adding that she tries to
stress the fact that as much as
sex should be talked about, it is
still a private matter.
Israeli film nominated for Oscar
SOUTH AMERICAN MISSION MEETING AT
FEDERATION FEB. 18 featured Nate Friedman, a
spokesman from the American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee. From left, Harvey Peretz, Barbara Peretz, Joseph
Terldel, Nate Friedman, Marilyn Ponn, Al Ponn.
JERUSALEM An Israeli
film could be the winner of this
years Academy Award for the
best foreign language film.
"Beyond the Wall" was one of
the five films to reach the finals.
Director Uri Barabash calls it
"a dream come true." He says
that while he knew the film was
good "an Oscar is unbelievable."
"We believe very much, very
seriously, in our film and I think
because we believe so intimately
it is so sucessful all over the
world. But I never dreamed of
having a chance of going to
Hollywood for the Oscars,"
Barabash said.
"Beyond the Walls." which
deals with life in an Israeli prison
where Jewish and Arab prisoners
join together to solve common
problems, won a top award at the
Cannes film festival, and has
been sucessful in many countries
from France to japan
It will be competing with films
from Argentina. Spain and
Russia for the industry's most
prized competition.
Barabash says "wild horses
won't keep me away from being
at the academy awards" when
the white envelopes are being]
opened.
Israel Today
Israel's new economic package sfai
Friday, March 1, 1985
Volume 15
8 ADAR 5745
Number 5
TEL AVIV (JTA) An eight-
month economic program to
drastically reduce public and
private spending, increase
government revenues and raise
foreign currency reserves,
already at a dangerous low, took
effect shortly after it was ap-
proved by the Cabinet meeting in
special session.
The new program aimed at
economic recovery, replaces the
three-month wage-price freeze
package instituted last
November, which has expired.
Emmanuel Sharon, Director
General of the Finance Ministry,
said the new measures should
have some $200 million in foreign
currency by reducing purchases
of imported goods and curtailing
travel abroad. The government
also expects to realize some $350-
$400 million from various new
taxes and levies. Sharon said.
A key measure of the eight-
month package is doubling the
travel tax for Israelis going
abroad from $100 to $200 per
person and a 15 percent tax on
airline tickets sold in Israel.
A three percent tax has been
imposed on cars, privately owned
boats and aircraft. The deposit
surcharge on imported consumer
goods has been raised from 40 to
60 percent but will be reduced by
three percent a month beginning
in March. The import ban on 55
luxury items, imposed last year,
will be lifted.
The government expects to
realize substantial savings by the
drastic reduction or elimination
of its price support subsidies on
many basic goods and services.
Postal rates have gone up by 100
percent and the cost of electricity
was raised 25 pecent for domestic
consumers and 54 percent for
industry. But the prices of many
other basics will be held down.
Dollar or other foreign
currency-linked bank accounts
which can be withdrawn only in
Shekels will pay interest to
depositors if they remain in the
bank for one year. Previously,
interest was paid on accounts
closed after three months. The
measure is intended to absorb
excess cash in circulation.
Sharon said the new measures
and taxes would discourage
Israelis from taking Dollars out
of the country and help stem the
Treasury's fast dwindling foreign
currency reserves.
The Bank of Israel announced
last week that foreign currency
reserves tell by 11 percent hist
month. They now stand at $2.3
billion, well below the $3 bUlton
economists consider the
minimum safe operating level.
There was no immediate public
reaction to the new measures
Shops and supermarket'
reported no panic buying. But
many economic commentators,
are criticizing the new economic
program for its contents and tor
the way it was announced atw
many delays, leaks and denials ol
earlier announcements.
The most serious initial
reaction came from the travel
industry. Foreign airlines serving
Israel and travel agents warned
that the new taxes will result
serious losses for the local tourist
industry. The airlines will reduce
the frequency of their flights to
and from Israel and will emplo>
smaller aircraft-
Many of the increased service
costs and new taxes requirj
Knesset ratification, which b
expected shortly. Sharon saio
that if the new $23 billion budfc*
is implemented as it stands,
saw no reason for turtwr
economic measures this y*>_
"There will be no new taxes
beyond those announced,
said.


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Republican Senator Robert Pack wood of Oregon, newly
elected Chairman of the powerful Senate Finance
Committee and one of the strongest supporters of Israel
on Capitol Hill, was featured speaker at the Shanna
buffet Feb. 12 at the Hollywood Beach Hilton. In his
speech, the Senator spoke of achieving a lasting peace
in our time in the Middle East and the United States'
continuing commitment to the State of Israel. The
Shanna buffet is a newly established $365 level, held for
the first time this year, said Shirley Cole, Shanna
chairwoman. Beach Campaign Chairman Herb Tolpen
said he expects the success of the first Shanna event
means this will become an annual affair in South
Broward.
Senator Pack wood; Shirley Cole, Shanna chairwoman.
From left, Sen. Pack wood; Rhona Miller, chairman Parker
Plaza.
Doris Tolpen; Senator Pack wood; Herb Tolpen, Beach Florid a State Representative Ir ma Rochl in, Senator Pack wood.
Campaign Chairman.
Prompt
payment of
pledges
desired
The Jewish Federation 0f
South Broward has mounted an
effort to collect prompt payment
on 1985 campaign pledges to
offset the high costs of Operation
Moses.
Federation officer Elaine
Pittell is serving as 1985 cash
collection chairman, leading a
committee of recognized com-
munity leaders who are urging
early pledge payment.
Mrs. Pittell explained that the
American Jewish community has
agreed to raise $60 million to
finance the absorption and
resettlement of Ethiopian Jews
who were affiliated to Israel
through Operation Moses. The
Jewish Federation <.f South
Broward has promised to raise
$560,000 of that amount, she
noted.
"Due to the urgent situation in
Israel with Operation Moses, we
want people to pay early," Mrs.
Pittell said. -It's a" ctitical
situation and its the respon-
sibility of every Jewish com-
munity to help Israel pay its
share of Operation Moses.'
Mrs. Pittell said the JFSB has
one of the best cash payment
records of any Federation in the
United States, but it is important
that this year the flow of funds
begins early.
Serving with Mrs. Pittell on
the Cash Collection Committee
are Ben Ackerman, Hannah
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From left: Phil Albert, Co-chairman; David Sklar, Chairman
Ben Schwab; Sydney Holtzman, Active Member; and Michael
Schlanger.
THE HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER BREAKFAST for the 1985 UJA-Federation
campaign was Sunday, February 3. Over 450 people attended. The breakfast was proven most
successful by the very large increase of funds over the previous year. David Sklar was the
chairman and Phil Albert and Royal Kweit were the co-chairmen. The honoree was Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein and his wife Helen. The guest speaker was Al Effrat. For the first time ever, the
Hallandale Jewish Center had two pre-big gift cocktail parties chaired by Michael Schlanger
and Lou Tempelman which were most successful and started the campaign off with a roll. From
left: David Sklar, Jack Spiegel, Max Taraza, Rabbi Dr. Carl Klein, Helen Klein, Phil Albert and
Royal Kweit.
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there will be a short fund raising
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supper for all interested members
of the community. The Israeli
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Friday, March 1, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Page 9
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
Israel's largest and most
renowned institution of higher
learning, is alive and well and
celebrating its 60th anniversary
this year.
Despite the country's severe
economic crisis, the university
continues with more than 2,600
research programs, and the rate
of student enrollment continues
to grow. This year, some 30,000
students are attending the
university, 17,000 of them
studying toward academic
degrees and the rest in various
programs offered by the
university.
"This is a far cry from the less
than 100 students the university
had when it was established on
April 1, 192%," Bernard Cherrick,
vice president of the Hebrew
. University said in an interview
here. He noted that when he
joined the university in 1947,
there were only 900 students
there.
Cherrick. who was elected vice
president in 1968, said that the
university on Mount Scopus has
been a major contributor to the
scientific, cultural and social life
of Israel and the Jewish people
around the world.
Kven today, when Israel has a
number of other universities, the
Hebrew University is the only
one that has a faculty of
agriculture, a school of pharmacy
and a librarian school, Cherrick
said. Later this year, he added.
the university will inaugurate a
veterinary school. "This will be
the first and only school of its
kind in Israel." he said. "It will
ml the need to send Israeli
students to study veterinary
medicine abroad."
Ironically, despite the
precarious state of the Israeli
economy, the Hebrew University
continues to have a reputation for
maintaining one of the best
economic departments of any
university in the world, Cherrick
said. It is also reputed for its
mathematics and archaeology
departments, and has the largest
department of Jewish studies
worldwide, he noted.
Although the economic crisis
in the country did not affect the
enrollment of new students, the
university feels the pinch of hard
economic times, Cherrick said.
He pointed out that the Israel
government cut its support of the
SI00 million yearly budget of the
university from 75 to 65 percent
this year.
"This will have a certain affect
on the fellowships we have been
Riving to students for second and
third degrees," he noted. Another
area that will suffer, he pointed
out, will be the purchase of new
equipment mainly for the
sciences he said, as well as
books many of them very
expensive and out of reach for the
average Israeli student for the
university's libraries.
Tuition, which is $600 a year
per student, amounts to five
percent of the budget, while the
Friends of the Hebrew University
wound the world, especially in
the United States, raise about 35
percent of the budget, Cherick
said.
One of the developments in
went years, Cherrick said, is the
Kr owing number of Jewish
itudents who come to study at
be university from all over the
orld.
"I see it as a major challenge
or the Hebrew University to
ater to Jewish students from
broad." he said, adding that last
oar alone there were more than
^000 Jewish students enrolled in
at is known as the Overseas
dies program. Many of the
dents enroll in the regular
Rree programs at the
iversity after the first year
ing which they enjoy the
efits of being taught in their
n language English,
anish or French.
The university is also known
for having a large community of
Israeli Arab students. According
to Cherrick, there are presently
about 1,000 such students at-
tending the university. Many of
them live in the students' dor-
matories, mingling with the other
students.
Cherrick conceded that there
has been some tension between
Arab and Jewish students on the
campus. He said that tension
flares usually when the political
situation in the Mideast is tense,
or when hostilities between
Arabs and Israelis occur. He said
the university allows the Arab
students to hold nationalistic
meetings on campus, "but only
indoors, not in open areas."
But now, with other univer-
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be shifted once again to research
in the fields of energy and
science, to help Israel develop
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Holocaust survivor gained
through therapy
Mrs. S called the agency for
therapy with presenting
problems of anxiety, guilt, and
hostility. She felt these feelings
were interferring with her fun-
ctioning, especially in the family.
She stated that she is a
Holocaust survivor.
When the therapist met with
her, Mrs. S felt her life was out of
control and old ways of coping
did not work. It was difficult
obtaining an accurate history as
Mrs. S was vague about dates
and sequence of events. When
Mrs. S was about seven years old
World War II started and her
father was removed from the
house and brought to a con-
centration camp where he was
killed. Mrs. S's mother put her
into hiding, and they were
separated for about three years.
When the war ended Mrs. S's
mother found her and both
moved to the United States.
Mrs. S expressed that she was
married at age 20 and had two
children within three yers. She
says there was great pressure and
problems with the adjustment.
When she entered therapy
many years after the horrors of
World War II, she was ex-
periencing chronic anxiety,
phone: 427-8508. Hours -
Tuesday. Wednesday, and
Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday
9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County is a beneficiary
Hallandale Jewish Center-
JNF to honor Palankers
Rabbi Dr. Carl Klein, spiritual
leader of Hallandale Jewish
Center and chairman of
Hallandale Jewish National
Fund, has announced that Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Palanker will be
the honorees for the forthcoming
JNF annual tribute breakfast to
be held on Sunday. March 3, in
the Hallandale Jewish Center
Social Hall.
"Mr. and Mrs. Palanker have
earned respect and admiration for
their dedication to the
synagogue, to Jewish education,
to the Jewish National Fund and
to the State of Israel,'* according
to Zev W. Kogan. president of
JNF Southern Region.
The proceeds of the breakfast
are earmarked to establish the
Hallandale Jewish Center Forest
in the Menachem Begin and Aliza
Begin Peace Park in Israel.
Rabbi Carl Klein will be the
guest speaker at the tribute
\<4
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Palanker.
breakfast. A musical program
will be presented.
"Rabbi Klein is an outstanding
.Zionist leader, who has won a
t place of honor for his activities
and achievements on behalf of
the JNF,"' Dr. Kogan added.
feelings of irreparable loss,
preoccupation with emotional
past, insecurity, lack of con-
fidence, guilt over surviving the
war, feelings of inadequacies, and
inability to problem solve.
As Mrs. S was able to slowly
retell her story, she was able to
effectively mourn her losses and
work through the experiences of
the war. Through support and
reassurance from the therapist
Mrs. S was able to increase in-
sight and reach an important
emotional catharsis.
She has developed a rapport
via sensitivity as she is learning
to process alternatives and
become comfortable with self and
others. Mrs. S has developed a
sense of identity and self concept
by being able to recognize her self
worth, identity, her ac-
complishments, look at what she
wants for herself, and not feel
guilty for her successes. Her
mood swings are less and her
emotional balance is restored.
It is unrealistic to think that
Mrs. S wul ever forget what
happened to her during World
War II, but will any of us ever
forget?
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County, 4517 Holly-
wood Blvd., Hollywood, FL
33021. Telephone: 966-0956.
Hours Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m.-
5 p.m. Thursday 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County. 3500 North
State Road No. 7 Suite 399, Fort
Lauderdale, FL 33319. Tele-
phone: 735-3394. Hours -
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday. Thurs-
day 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Jewish Family Service of
'Broward County, 1800 West
Hillsboro Blvd. Suite 214, Deer-
field Beach, FL 33441. Tele-

Agency of the Jewish Federate.
of Greater Fort Lauderdale Z
Jewish Federation of Souti
Broward and The United WW
Broward County. '
Alex androvich concert Mar. 24
Temple Sinai of Hollywood
announces the highlight of its
cultural events of this season.
The upcoming gala concert by
our own great Cantor Misha
Alexandrovich.
The entire membership is
anticipating with delight the
special evening concert on March
24 in the Sanctuary.
Misha Alexandrovich has been
acclaimed throughout his long
career as a superb musician, a
warm and charismatic per-
sonality who mesmerises and
charms his audiences.
The New York Times in
reviewing his performances "One
of the better kept cultural secrets
over the last 25 years."
He delights his audiences with
cantorial gems as well as
selections from opera and Yid-
dish, French, Russian and Italian
folk and art songs. His is the
unique voice within a remarkable
man, which is displayed with
finesse and absolute control. He
is described as a cantor of unique
accomplishments with an im-
peccable taste and carefully
modulated phrasing. The or-
dinary folk song becomes more
meaningful and more profound.
Cantor Alexandrovich lived
most of his life in the Soviet
Union where he was a popular
tenor performing on the stage,
concert hall, radio, and records.
His career there was capped by
receiving the two highest
decorations possible in Russia:
Distinguished Artist of the
Soviet Union and the Stalin
Prize. He was finally able to
obtain his exit visa in 1972
because he believed that freedom
means more than luxury u
emigrated to Israel and a fa,
years later to this country.
uHi8 w P.PulBrity increased
through his many concert an- i
pearances displaying his J
tonal masterpieces, Israelf
selections and international folk
songs. His early training by
Beniammo Gigli in Italy becomes
apparent in his charming ren-
dition and interpretation of folk
culture. His recitals prove him to
be a great virtuoso steeped in a
wide ranging musical tale that is
captivatine.
General admission is $8. .,
tickets, please phone the tenini
office, 920-1577.
Chairman for this important
event is Joseph Kleiman assisted
by co-chairperson Rertha
Widlitz.
AIPAC
conference
The American Israel Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC) will
sponsor a one day, statewide
Political Action Workshop Us
teach the pro-Israel community
the nuts and bolts of the political
process on: Sunday. March 31,at
the Marriott Hotel. 17th Street
Causeway Fort Lauderdale, from
9:30a.m. to4p.m.
For more information, contact
Melissa Martin at the Jewish
Federation office 921-8810.
If you wish to attend, a
reservation is necessary.
Candle Lighting Time
Mar. 1 6:05
Mar. 8 6:08
FJeligious directory
ORTHODOX
Congregation Lev! Yltscbok Lubavltch, 1MB E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale; 488-1877. Habbl Rafael Tennenhaus Daily services 7:56 am .20
minutes before sundown: Sabbath services, 5:10 p.m.: Sabbath morning,
o'clock: Sundays. 8:S0 a.m. Religious school: Grades 1-8. Nursery scnool.
Monday through Friday.
Young Israel of Hollywood 31 Stirling Road; 966-7877. Rabbi Edward"
Davis. Daily services,7:S0a.m,sundown; Sabbath services, one hourbefore
sundown; Sabbath morning, (o'clock; Sunday. 8 am
CONSERVATIVE
Hallandale Jewish Center 416 NE 8th Ave.; 454-9100. Rabbi Carl Klein
Dally service*, 8:30 a.m., 8:80 p.m.; Sabbath 8 p.m.; Sabbath momlnf.
8:46 am
Temple Beth Shalom 1400 N. 46th Ave., Hollywood: 981-8111. Rabbi Morion
Malavsky. Dally services. 7:4S a.m.. sundown; Sabbath evening,
o'clock; Sabbath morning, 9 o'clock. Religious school: KlndergsTten-8.
Temple Beth Ahm- 9780 Stirling Road. Hollywood; 431-6100. Rabbi Avralum
Kapnek. Services dally 8 a.m.; Sabbath 8 p.m.; Sabbath morning 8:48 am
Religious School: Nursery. Bar Mltrvah. Judaic* High School
Temple Israel of M Ira mar 6930 8W 35th St.; 961-1700. Rabbi Rf**''
Adler. Dally services, 8:80 a.m.; Sabbath. 8 p.m.; Sabbath morning, 8*
o'clock. Religious School: pre-kindergarten-8.
Temple Slaal 1301 Johnson St., Hollywood: 930-1517. Rabbi Rlc,hrli
Margolla. 8 p.m.; Sabbath morning, 9 a.m. Religious school: m-
kindergarten-Judalca High School.
REFORM
Temple Beth El 1881 S. 14th Ave.. Hollywood. 990-8338. Rabbi Smu*Jjf
Jaffe. Sabbath evening 8 p.m. Sabbath morning 11 a.m. ReUglous school.
Grades K-10.
Temple Beth Emet Pembroke Pines General Hospital auditorium.JEW
University Drive. Pembroke Pines: 431-3638. Rabbi Bennett Gresnspon
Sabbath services. 8:15 p.m. Religious school: Pre-klndergarten-10.
Temple Solel 6100 Sheridan St, Hollywood: 989-0308. Rabbi Roberta.
FraOn Sabbath services, 8:18 p.m.; Sabbath morning, 10:80 ocloca
Religious school: Preschool12.
RECONSTRl (TK)NIST
Bamat Shalom 11801 W. Broward Blvd., PlantaUon: 473-8600. RabblEUW
Skldell. Sabbath services. 8:16 p.m. Religious scnool: Pre-klndergarten-s.


Friday, March 1, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Page 11
Synagogue News
HALLANDALE
JEWISH CENTER
Dr. Carl Klein, Rabbi of the
lllallandale Jewish Center, will
llead a "Heritage Tour" to Israel
and Spain (April 23-May 9.) This
tour will afford every traveler the
maximum in sightseeing and
I visitations with the opportunity
of seeing the Holy Land through
[expert eyes and on to Spain
vhere additional Jewish roots
(ill be studied and visited. Rabbi
I Klein is totally fluent in the
Spanish language and will serve
I not only as a leader but also as
resource scholar throughout the
| tour.
Departing Miami on April 23
I to Tel Aviv, the itinerary has
I been customed tailored and
personally prepared by Rabbi
I Klein so that among other ac-
tivities, the group will be able to
(celebrate Israel's Independence
I Day in Israel on April 25 a day
I of festivity and celebration
[throughout the land. They will
[witness an exciting parade in Tel
|Avi\ and participate in all the
[merrymaking.
From Tel Aviv, the tour
[continues on to Jerusalem, Beer
ISheva. Eilat, The Dead Sea, and
[then back to Tel Aviv where they
[will depart for Spain, visiting
[Madrid. Cordoba, Seville and
[Granada. The tour departs from
|Madrid on May 9 for Miami.
Price includes air tran-
sportation from Florida, all
transfers, extensive sightseeing
Iper itinerary, Israeli breakfast
land dinner daily, continental
breakfast and dinner daily in
|Spain, and all entrance fees and
hotel taxes.
For information call Shalom
Tours at 925-8220 (Nick Fliakos)
r>r Rabbi Klein at 454-9100.
Dr. Moshe Weiss, Rabbi, will
deliver a lecture at the Hallandale
Jewish Center (416 NE 8 Ave. at
4th Ct.|, on Monday, March 4, at
7:30 p.m. on the Falashas
(iKthiopia's black Jews.)
Mrs. Juanita Cohen was
priginally to have given this
cture but due to scheduling
problems, she could not be with
However, we are indeed
fortunate to have Mr. Moshe
Veiss as a replacement as he is
so eminently qualified on this
ubject.
I Dr. Weiss has had contact with
Falasha Jews recently arriving in
srael, and will report on their
background as well as the
problems facing them regarding
eaving Ethiopia and being
brought to Israel.
A resident of Israel, Dr. Weiss
krites a regular column for the
flew York Jewish Press.
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lecture series which is a part of
HJC's 1984-85 Program of Adult
Jewish Education. Those who
have registered for the Program
need only show their cards; all
others are requested to make a $ 1
donation at the door. This lecture
is open to the public.
TEMPLE SINAI
On Sunday, March 3, at 8 p.m.,
the Fabulous Brothers Zim
return to Temple Sinai for a
performance in the Main San-
ctuary. The Brothers Zim are
known for their Jewish blues, folk
songs, Yiddish songs and can-
torial singing. Tickets are
available in the temple office.
Purim begins on Wednesday,
March 6 with the reading of the
Megillah, the Scroll of Esther, at
7 p.m. in the Main Sanctuary. On
Sunday, March 10 beginning at
10:30 a.m. our annual Purim
Carnival will take place. Along
with games, food, cake sale and
prizes, a 19" remote control TV
will be raffled off. At 5:30 p.m., a
Purim dinner will be held in the
Haber Karp Hall, honoring Sam
Bernstein, a long time temple
member, on his 95th birthday!!
The temple office has additional
information.
Temple Sinai preschool begins
their registration for the spring
and fall semesters. Children 21 .
to 5 years of age are exposed to a
full secular school program. Our
facilities include a fenced-in
playground and classrooms
equipped with materials to en-
courage a child's social,
emotional and academic growth
and development. For further
information and a tour of the
school, please contact Elaine
Herring, pre-school director, at
920-8576.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF MIRAMAR
The Hyman Drooker Religious
School will have a Purim Car-
nival on Sunday morning, March
3 beginning at 10 a.m. Games,
prizes, clowns, refreshments will
highlight the carnival. Tickets
are available at the door.
Sisterhood will host the Purim
Seudah on Sunday, March 3 at 6
p.m. Admission is by reservation
only. For tickets, call 961-1700.
Donation is $8.75 for adults,
$4.50 for children under 12.
Purim Services will take place
on, Wednesday evening, March 6
at 7:30 p.m. Adults and children
are encouraged to come in
costume prizes will be
awarded. Drink L'Chayim and
eat Hamantaschen in celebration
of the victory over the wicked
Haman, as told in the Megillah.
Purim Services continue
Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m.
The Temple Board will meet
Tuesday evening, March 12 at 8
p.m.
There will be a Sisterhood
meeting on Thursday, March 14
at 8 p.m.
Sisterhood of Temple Israel
will be holding its semi-annual
Rummage Sale on March 17, 18
and 19. The public is invited.
Temple Israel will be hosting a
Passover Seder again this year.
Donation is $35 per person for
non-members. For reservations
and further information, please
call Mr. Abe Goodman, Chair-
man, at 961-1700.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
On March 10 a Book Review
will be held in the Meyerhoff
Library at Temple Beth Shalom.
It will take place from 10 a.m.-
noon. The book to be reviewed is
"An Orphan in History" by P.
Cowan. The moderator will be
Rabbi Morton Malavsky.
The Temple Beth Shalom
Sisterhod will be sponsoring a
Hoe Down on Saturday, March
23. Barbecue chicken, beer, soda,
coffee and cake will be served.
There will be two square dance
callers and the cost is $30 per
couple. It will take place in the
TempiebaHroonVat 7:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL
A color film in English,
starring Lenny Baker and
Shelley Winters will be shown on
Wednesday. March 20. at 7:30
p.m.. in. the Chapel of Temple
Beth El. 1351 S. 14th Ave..
Hollywood. This is the story of a
young man who tries to cut his
roots and lose his Jewishness by
becoming a part of the "Beatnik"
Greenwich Village of the 1950's.
Shelley Winters is the
stereotypical Jewish mother in
the humorous study of a Jewish
family in transition. Tickets at
the door $2 each.
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
El Luncheon Meeting will be held
on Tuesday, March 12, at noon,
in the Tobin Auditorium of the
Temple, 1351 S. 14th Ave.,
Hollywood.
Eddie Klein, a cantor and
popular international singing
star, will present a program of
Jewish music, consisting of
current and all-time favorites. He
calls himself the "Swinging
Cantor."
Cantor Klein is one of the most
unique vocal performers in show
business. His style and ver-
satility are imbued with an
originality that sets him apart
from the others. His superb
rendition of popular songs, show
tunes, and international
favorites, combined with a
delightful personality, have
captivated audiences everywhere.
Reservations must be made by
Thursday, March 7. Please call
Anna Wolfe, 927-0876.
TEMPLE SOLEL
Purim Carnival will be held on
March 3 from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m.
Pre-sale tickets can be purchased
before 11 a.m.
CONGREGATION
LEV I YITZCHOK
LUBAVITCH
Sunday evening, March 3,
marks the third annual South
Florida Hassidic Purim Festival
sponsored by Lubavitch of South
Bro ward. The Festival will be
held at Hollywood's Young Circle
Bandshell, beginning at 7:30.
Last year's program was at-
tended by over 3,000 people.
Admission is free. The Festival
has become South Florida's
largest public celebration of this
festive Jewish holiday.
Geared for the entire family,
the Festival is highlighted by
Hassidic song and dance, a live
musical band, special Purim
"Shpielers" (performers), as well
as the distribution of Purim gifts
to all boys and girls. Children are
asked to come dressed in
costumes. Delicious "haman
tnshen" will be available for all
and valuable gifts will be
awarded to lucky spectators.
Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus,
coordinator of the community-
wide celebration, invites the
entire community to join in.
"This Purim celebration is not
limited to the Synagogue goer.
What we have here is a total
Purim experience for young and
old, regardless of one's
background and knowledge of
Judaism."
Congregation Levi Yitzchok-
Lubavitch will also be respon-
sible for the massive packaging
and distribution of thousands of
Purim kits in the South Broward
area. These boxes, consisting of
candy, cookies, fruit, and pen-
nies, are given out to hospital
patients, senior citizens and
prison inmates, who are u
ble to attend the Chassidic Purim
Festival and-or Purim
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Call Mrs. Evelyn Sarasohn
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Synagogue services. The Jewish
Federation of South Broward is
once again, as in past years,
helping to fund this project.
According to Rabbi Ten-
nenhaus. "The message of the
Furim holiday is for everyone to
enjoy. Through our efforts, the
joy and meaning of Purim is
brought to thousands who are
often neglected and forgotten."
Purim commemorates the
deliverance of the Jewish People
from the hands of the wicked
Haman, minister to the King of
Persia, some 2,300 years ago.
This year, the Purim holiday
begins Wednesday evening.
March 6, and concludes Thur-
sday night. March 7. The Book of
Esther, or Megillah, is
traditionally read in Synagogues
both Wednesday evening and
Thursday morning. It is
customary to partake in a
traditional Purim feast Thursday
afternoon. During the day, gifts
of food should be exchanged
between friends and charity
should be given to the poor.
For further information about
the Hassidic Purim Festival, the
Purim holiday, and-or to receive
your free, colorful brochure on
How to Celebrate Purim, please
phone 458-1877.
Temple Sinai
scholar weekends
Temple Sinai's Scholars in
Residence program will feature
two outstanding Judaic per-
sonalities during two separate
weekends in March.
Dr. Sol Landau, who has at-
tained national prominence for
his years of work in exploration
of "midlife" studies, will discuss
the question of how Judaic
participants principles inform
and influence our ability to
manage contemporary life crises.
Dr. Landau will address the
congregation Friday night March
1, as well as at a Shabbat lun-
cheon March 2, concluding with a
Sunday morning breakfast
meeting March 3.
Dr. Stephen Bay me is the
assistant director of the Jewish
Communal Affairs department ot
the American Jewish Committee,
and is the author of many
scholarly articles. He will address
the topic of "Jewish response to
crisis" (power and powerlessnessl
in a series of three case studies:
Yavneh vs. Masada-pharisees
and zealots; the American
response to the Holocaust; and
Ben-Gurion and Begin: defining
Zionist ideologies.
Dr. Bayme will address the
Friday night Congregation on
March 29, followed by Shabbat
lunch March 30 and a breakfast
meeting Sunday morning March
31..
There are charges of $4 per
person for each luncheon, and $2
for breakfast meetings, payable
in advance. Make reservations by
calling the Temple office.
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WE'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER SOUTH FLORIDA
On Super Sunday, March 17, we'll be calling you to REACH OUT.
Your commitment is essential to the
- people of Israel.
To the young whose future depends
on education and guidance.
To the elderly whose golden years
are threatened by poverty and isolation.
To new immigrants whose
resettlement in the Jewish State is
crucial to Israel's future.
To 300,000 second-generation
Israelis whose depressed
communities are being reshaped
through Project Renewal.
Your support is essential to Jewish
survival worldwide.
To Jews in lands of oppression
whose fate depends on your
resolve.
To thousands of men, women and
children whose dreams of life in a
free society depend on
resettlement agencies.
To isolated remnants of Jewish
communities whose linkage to
Judaism is the care you help to
provide.
Your involvement is essential to our
local Jewish community.
To our youth, whose schools and
activities of today will mold our
Jewish leadership of tomorrow.
To our senior citizens whose fixed
incomes create a dependence on
local health, counseling and
activities programs.
To our friends and neighbors who
face new difficulties, such as
single-parent households,
unemployment and handicaps.
BE A SUPER SUNDAY VOLUNTEER
Join us at the Federation Building on March 17, as we reach out
to the South Broward Jewish community.
RETURN THIS FORM TO:
JUDY NEMETH
Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida 33020
I/we wish to volunteer as part of the Super Sunday team. We will be at the Federation Building
for the following shift(s):
8:30 A.M. -10:30 A.M.
11:30 A.M. -1:30 P.M.
2:30 P.M. 4:30 P.M.
5:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M.
10:00 A.M.-Noon
1:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M.
4:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M. -9:00 P.M.
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High School In Israel: Learning Is hard work
Learning is hard work, but for
the most part enjoyable work for
teachers of Jewish History; a
subject with the most compound
yet well preserved ancient
lineage, and the most volatile
recent historical trends. For the
teachers at the Alexander Muss
High School in Israel, the work
(their work) is learning.
The AMHSI is an eight week;
.endemic, high school accreditedl
'program which offers students
and staff a chance to evaluate
their identities through the most
personalized educational
techniques where those involved
"relive" their history on location.
Needless to say, the knowledge
"well" of teachers at the HSI has
grown in seniority with the
school's 12 year history, in
dedication, and in number. The
most recent additions to the staff
' hit three teachers as diverse in
background as they are similar in
dedication to the same overall
goal of personalizing Jewish
Education for the masses of
American Jews with no identity.
'.] In1 Silberschein, 30, is
teaching his third quinmester at
the HSI. Moshe finds himself
forced to evaluate and strengthen
his personal ideology at the HSI.
Although he has a rich Con-
servative Jewish background,
having finished his Masters
degree at the Jewish Theological
Seminary having served as a
Rabbi in Mpls, MN for a year, as
well as having done graduate
work in linguistics (Columbia
University) and in ancient
Hebrew texts, he says he's
enriched his education as a
teacher by being surrounded by
teachers from various
backgrounds from Orthodox to
Reform Judaism, and from
extreme right to extreme left
political-Zionist ideologies.
Diana Kidelman, 26, has been
with the school as a teacher for
two quinmesters. She says "I
love my job and I don't know too
many people who can say that."
Presidential
Chairman Lou Rosen an-
nounces the Presidential Towers
Khapter of Hadassah will be
honornl at an Israel Bonds Night
fw Israel Tuesday evening,
March 12 at 8 p.m. In the
Presidential Towers Social Hall.
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me. they make me think."
Last but not least is the most
recently appointed teacher to the
AMHSI, Don Peterman. A 36
year old Reform Rabbi from
Pomona, Calif., Don has a
scientific and spiritual approach
to Jewish Education. He studied
for his undergraduate degree in
Biochemistry and Research
Psychology at the University of
California in San Diego and for
his Masters in Jewish Communal
studies and Hebrew Literature at
Hebrew Union College. As
president of the Atlanta Rabbinic
Association and Pulpit Rabbi
from 1977 to 1984, Don had
contact with a wide range of
Jewish activity and Jewish
education.
As idealistic Jews, Moshe,
Diana, and Don have more than
their own Jewish appetites to
satisfy through learning. They
are sending back highly self
motivated and leadership
oriented youth to help their own
Jewish communities learn. "We
send back kids who will finally
read newspapers and pay at-
tention to the evening news;
they've taken a step towards
being responsible adults; they
give a damn about the world
around them."says Moshe.
"I think they'll know how to
fight apathy. They're no longer
Tlushim (rootless), strangers in
their own Jewish culture, they'll
have a well stream of information
to pass on to others," says Don.
Diana believes so strongly in
the HSI 3 domino effect or ability
to influence a vast number of
Jewish communities in the long
run that she says "As an Israeli,
I would love to see Jewish history
taught in Israel with the same
dimension we teach to the
American students at the
AMHSI not only does the
American Jewish community
have a lot to gain from HSI, but
Israel has a lot to gain from our
institution."
QUADOMAIN breakfast February 17 was sponsored by the King David Lodge B'nai B'rith
and featured guest speaker Yehuda Hellman, Executive Director of the Conference of
Presidents* of Major American Jewish Organizations. Leaders pictured, from left, Harry
Kaplan, chairman; Sam Koffler, co-chairman; Hellman; Nat Sedley; Isadora Zaroff, co-
chairman; Jack Weiss, B'nai B'rith lodge president.

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The JCC of South Broward's
recent fund-raising concert at
Sunrise Musical Theatre was a
tremendous success due to the
support of the JCC membership
and our community at large
over 3,000 tickets were sold
locally!
The next fund-raising effort
sponsored by the Center will be a
gala cocktail reception to be held
at Temple Beth Shalom ballroom
on Tuesday June 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $100 each and will
admit two people to the recep-
tion. During the cocktail
reception there will be a drawing
for fabulous prizes.
First prize His and Hers
1985 Lincoln Town Care (or
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In addition there will be other
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MM camera.
Only 1,000 tickets will be
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to win. We promise a fun filled
exciting evening where you will
be supporting the further
development of the JCC and
having a fun time too! Call Mark
S. or Joan at 921-6511 for your
tickets.
NEW INSTRUCTOR AT
JCC OF SOUTH BROWARD
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward, 2838
Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, is
proud to announce our new
creative writing class starting
this month with Shani McManus.
journalist and free lance writer.
Join us on Wednesday evenings
from 7-9 p.m. Do you have a book
in you? Your memories could
make you money!! Call Dene for
information on this class today
- 921-6511.
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward is
offering an exciting three-day
trip to the West Coast of
Florida's famous "Strawberry
Festival," March 5, 6. and 7.
Tour includes Cypress Gardens,
Ringling Museum, Country
Dinner Theatre, dinner show at
Lani PurceU's and more! Cost:
JCC members $190 per person,
double room occupancy, non-
members $200. Call today for
more information. Dene 921-
6511.
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Tuning Repairs Rebuilding
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Centers of South Broward. 2838
Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood, is
proud to offer an exciting day of
Jewish history. Join us Tuesday,
March 12 at 10:30 a.m. on this
full day trip to the Historical
Museum of South Florida and the
Bass Museum to view two major
exhibits "Jewish Life in
America Fulfilling the
American Dream" and "A
Vanished World: The Jews of nrKIG, AMne, iL _, ~~*"<
Eastern Europe 1934-39." Round EL"S ISLAND Students from Beth Shalom Day School'staI
trip bus transportation from the "^e 8pent,tl* at.t!ie J.CC of South Broward sharin0 I
Center, admission to exhibits, F*nenc of Ellis
lunch on your own. Cost: JCC stone,
members $13, non-members
$15. Reserve now. For in-
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NOW WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
The Jewish Community Centers of South Broward is
organizing a Choral Group for all ages. The group will be under
the direction of Bea Harris who moved to Hallandale from
Peoria, Illinois last April. She is a graduate of Brady University
with a Bachelor of Music and Education. She has studied piano
with the eminent piano virtuoso conductor Rudolph Ganz and
has done concert work throughout the Midwest. The JCC is
pleased to have Bea volunteer her services and expertise in
coordinating a Choral Group. We welcome her to South
Broward. We invite the community to come join in the fun
every Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. Cau Dene or Bonnie, 921-6511
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dShaiom network' Community Calendar
The entire Galahad North building was honored at a UJA-
Federation breakfast January 27. Jim Kofman, right, building
chairman, accepted the award from Al Effrat, guest speaker.
GALAHAD SOUTH breakfast February 17 featured Jonathan
Livny, a former government of Israel official. From left to right
standing: co-chairmen Samuel Spector, Ethel Endler and Ida
Rakoff; Sydney Holtzman, chairman. Seated: Jonathan Livny;
Solis Cantor, co-chairman.
GALAHAD III February 10 affair honored Alfred Bockian, a
dedicated leader for the benefit of Jewish causes. From left:
Jules Gordon, Galahad III chairman; Alfred Bockian; Albert
Effrat, guest speaker.
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United States and Canadian
Jews planning to relocate, with
information about where to go,
and to help them when they
resettle, has been organized by
the JWB and its 250 affiliated
Jewish Community Centers and
Jewish Y's, according to Esther
Leah Ritz, JWB president.
The Shalom Newcomers
Network (SNN) was developed to
help Jews at both places of
departure and places of arrival,
as distinct from welcoming
committees in a number of
Jewish communities, usually
under Jewish Federation
auspices, she said. The program
is believed to be the first of its
kind, according to Joseph Kroger
of South Orange, N.J., North
American chairman of SNN.
Ritz said the SNN program
recognizes the need to deal more
effectively with the discontinuity
resulting from the high rate of
Jewish mobility in the two
countries.
"Various studies reveal that 10
percent of the Jewish population
moves each year and those who
do move need as long as five
years to really reconnect, to
establish roots in their new
communities," said Ritz and
Arthur Rotman, JWB executive
vice president.
They added that the challenge
to the Jewish community posed
by that mobility "is to develop
the kinds of programs that will
help people reconnect more
rapidly and at the same time
strengthen their Jewish iden-
tity."
March 3
Bnai Zion Harry Matinsky Simcha Chapter No. 204 next Dancp j
Social at Luigi's Danceworld, 4850 W. Oakland Park Blvd Fr*
Lauderdale, 7:30 p.m. Coffee hour. Donation $3.50. For inform*.^
call 741-1136. uon
March 4
The Hadassah Chapter of Hillcrest will meet, 12 noon, at the Hillcrest
Flay dium for book reviews by Beth Zeigler of four famous and modem
Jewish women. Guest are welcome and may apply for membershin
For information contact Rose Cooper, 966-2024 or Celia Harnick <
3152. "*
The Sandpiper Chapter of Women's American ORT monthly meetinr'
at Broward Federal Savings and Loan in the Palms Plaza, 10050Prnei
Blvd. Mini lunch will precede meeting at noon with program to folio*
Guests are welcome. For more information call 431-5141.
The Hills Chapter of Brandeis University National Women's Com.
mittee is sponsoring a used book sale, Hollywood Fashion Center
Hollywood Blvd. at U.S. 441 March 4-8, 12-5 p.m. All categories of
books for sale at fantastic savings.
March 5
The Shalom Chapter of Hollywood Hadassah, will meet for book
review of "The Haj" by Leon Uris, 12 noon, Temple Sinai, 1201*
Johnson Street, Hollywood. Rabbi Elliot L. Skidell to review book.
March 6
Bnai Zion Harry Matinsky Simcha Chapter No. 204 meeting and
social, 7:30 p.m. at Broward Federal Savings and Loan, 5518 W.
Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderhill (Inverness Plaza). Featuring Bill
Weitz speaking on "Highlights '84 Income Tax Changes for You''
refreshments. For inforamtion call 741-1136 or 722-2311.
March 12
Dania Chapter of Hadassah Meeting, 12 noon. Frost Park Recreation
Center, 300 N.E. 2nd Street, Dania. Review of "Women of Valor"
given by Fannie Katz.
March 19
The Hollywood Section, National Council of Jewish Women program
featuring Channel 10 health reporter Deana Gonzalez, 12:30 p.m.
Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th Street, Hollywood. Guests welcome, for
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the Afieomin, and above all the singing of the traditional songs and
melodies that are part of the Passover seder.
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Friday. March 1,1985/ The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Pajze 17
Five Jewish Federations joined
ether to make possible the
Et Jewish Alcoholism and Drug
[use Conference in South
brida. They include the Jewish
deration of Greater Fort
uderdale, South Broward,
Beach County, Greater
Jimi, and South County (Boca
[ton). They were also joined by
Rabbinical Association of
eater Miami. The all-day
iference was held on Sunday,
10 at the Tamarac Jewish
nter and was attended by 250
bfessional and lay persons from
oward, Dade and Palm Beach
unties.
According to Rabbi Albert
hwartz. Director of Chaplaincy
the Jewish Federation of
eater Fort Lauderdale, and
diiiiiiin of the Task Force on
wish Alcoholism and Sub-
fcnce: "The purpose of the
hference was to bring about
nmunity awareness and
sitivity to this problem."
Rational and international
perts on substance abuse met
Tamarac to delineate and
cribe the extent and nature of
alhohoiism and substance abuse
among Jews and to help "break
down the wall of denial that
surrounds alcoholism and drug
abuse in the Jewish community."
Abraham Twerski, MD, Medical
Director of Gateway
Rehabilitate Center in Pitt-
sburgh, was the keynote speaker,
addressed himself to the cultural
influences that give rise to denial
and subsequently helplessness in
the Jewish community.
The Jewish Alcoholism and
Drug Abuse Conference caused
those so afflicted to be reinforced
in their denial of the problem or
to seek help from non-Jewish
sources.
Several workshops were held
which included the physiological
and psychological aspects of the
problem, the family and sub-
stance abuse, and youth and
chemical dependency. In each of
the workshops a recovered
alcoholic or substance abuser
gave a living testimony of the
denial, shame, helplessness and
finallly treatment and recovery
which marked the path of the
afflicted.
MIS wins a recent
battle over Medicare
Mrs. S. was hospitalized on
13, 1984 to have a
astectomy performed. Because
be surgery resulted in com-
Jications (nonstop bleeding), the
Btient was operated on again the
ext day.
| The surgeon billed Mrs. S. for
be two separate operations
1182 and $950, respectively.
rOwever, Medicare approved
nly the first operation and paid
othing on the second. When
Irs. S. requested a review,
ledicare did not hesitate to deny
pr of payment again. Medicare
(aimed that because the second
eration was performed .within
hours from the first major
lii-gory, payment was included
(in the basic allowance of the
piginal surgery."
Angry and upset with the
(tuation, Mrs. S. called Medicare
n form at ion Service. Avner
ewis, a MIS volunteer, studied
er case and offered to represent
Irs. S. at the Medicare Part B
learing. He carefully collected
pe necessary evidence to prove
at the second operation was a
birly serious procedure which
bust be treated separately from
pe original surgery. Mr. Lewis
oved that the follow-up surgery
fhich lasted one hour and 20
unutes was, indeed, other than
(normal post-operative care."
formally, payment for post
erative care is included in the
asic Medicare allowance.
It was not an easy battle.
Jilthough Avner had prepared all
the necessary paperwork to
onvince the Hearing Officer,
ere was a lot of disagreement
ver the applicable Medicare
uidelines. Mr. Lewis argued
iat the Physician Manual,
Ihich is published by Blue Cross-
|lue Shield, has a special
o vision regarding multiple
Urgery. According to this
ovision, two different surgeries
My be paid in full, if they are
Wormed on the different days
* the same admission. Mr. Lewis
hown that the second surgery
[as much more complicated that
' ngular "post-operative care"
bay be, and that it required a
fparate payment.
Mrs. S. was happy to learn
hat Medicare allowed her an
iditional $532 as a result of this
earing.
Jewish Family Service is a
fcipient agency of Jewish
federation of South Broward,
ewish Federation of Greater
\rt Lauderdale and the United
'y of Broward County. If you
ave a Medicare question or
\roblem: CALL Medicare
^formation Service of Broward
fount y at 966-0956 in
foUywood, 735-3394 in Fort
Lauderdale, and 427-8508 in
Deer field Beach.
Also on hand were Rabbi Isaac
Trainin, Director of the Com-
mission on Synagogue Relations
of the Federations and Jewish
Philanthropies of New York, and
David Buchholz, MD, Director of
JCS Foundation (Jewish
Alcoholics, Chemically
Dependant Persons and
Significant Others.). They both
spoke on the help that could be
forthcoming in the Jewish
community. JACS chapters are
now being established in various
parts of the country and one such
group is being formed in South
Florida as a result of the Task
Force on Jewish Alcoholism and
Substance Abuse.
Among those who participated
in the Conference program from
the South Broward Area were
Sandra Ross, Director of
Education, JFSB; Rabbi Harold
Richter, Director of Chaplaincy,
JFSB; Dene Gross of the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Broward; and Sherwin Rosen-
stein, Director of Jewish Family
Service of Broward County.
Those wishing further in-
formation on the Task Force can
contact the above at Jewish
Federation of South Broward,
921-8810; Jewish Community
Center, 9H-6511; or Jewish
Family Service. 966-0956 or by
calling Rabbi Albert Schwartz at
the Jewish Federation of Fort
Lauderdale, 748-8400.
At the Western Young Leadership Event, February 9, at the
Chairmen's home, Howard and Sheila Wacks. The guest
speaker was Larry Schuval, who spoke about the challenge of
cults in Broward County. The next meeting will be the last for
the season, and will be in April. For more information call
Debbie Brodie Suckno at Federation, 921-8810. Above picture
from left, Howard and Sheila Wacks, Chairmen of Western
Young Leadership; Rhonda and Larry Schuval. Below picture
from left: Les Suckno; Debbie Suckno, Western Young
Leadership Coordinator; Karen Lewis; Alec Lewis; Eileen
Topper; Barry Topper.
Hadassah annual donor luncheon
All Hollywood chapters of
Hadassah will hold their annual
Donor Luncheon on Tuesday,
March 12 at 12 o'clock at the
Diplomat Hotel. More than 600
people have made reservations to
attend this gala function.
Entertainment will be provided
by The Klezmer Band. Jaime
Bronzstein, clarinetist, is the
conductor of Jewish folk music
from Eastern Europe.
Hadassah is the largest Jewish
Women's Zionist Volunteer
Organization in the world, with a
membership of 370,000, sup-
porting two major hospitals in
Jerusalem, where medical
miracles are being performed.
Last year Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center an-
nounced the brith of its first test-
tube baby girl. The baby is
perfectly normal and in excellent
condition.
Hadassah is today, as it has
been since 1912, Israel's medical
pacesetter in healing, teaching
and research. We were the first to
bring modern medical care to the
Land and Old City Jerusalem.
We established its first nurses'
training, medical and dental
schools, public health and social
welfare systems, and introduced
techniques that made possible
the first complete center for
cancer care and many other
"firsts." The core of the Medical
Center, with facilities at Kiryat
Hadassah and Mt. Scopus in
Jerusalem, is a University
teaching hospital of special
excellence, and facilities and
services that represent the latest
medical technology and treat-
ment in the world.
Hadassah has answered the
call to help Ethiopian Jews by
allocating special funds for the
absorption of Ethiopian youth
through the Youth Aliyah
program and has intensified her
efforts to do everything she can
to enable Soviet Jews to realize
their dreams by emigrating to
Israel.
The luncheon will be chaired by
Mrs. Sonia Podell, president of
Hillcrest Hadassah and guest
speaker wil be Mrs. Mollie Lewis,
president of Florida Mid-Coast
R>gion of Hadassah.
Federation Calendar
March 3
Colony Point Breakfast, 10 a.m.; Lake Point Towers breakfast, 10
a.m.; Low rise $100 minimum breakfast, 10 a.m., Hollywood Beach
Hilton; Plaza Towers cocktail party, 5:30 p.m.; Women's Division
Atzmaut Business and Professional group cocktail party, home of
Linda Winn, 4 p.m.; HoUybrook $350 minimum dinner, 6 p.m.,
Hollywood Beach Hilton.
March 5
Emerald Hills dinner, 5:30 p.m., Emerald Hfik Country Chib; Parker
Tower meeting, 8 p.m.
March 10
Aquarius breakfast, 10 a.m.; Allington Towers breakfast, 10 a.m.;
Golden Horn North and South, 11 a.m.; Plaza Towers breakfast, 10:30
a.m.; Park Place luncheon, 12:30 p.m.
March 11
Women's Division Chavarut-Kehillah luncheon, Doral Hotel, 10 am.
March 12
Young leadership retreat, 8 p.m., home of Helene Winnick.
March 17
Super Sunday, Jewish Federation building, 2719 Hollywood Blvd.
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Page 18 The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood / Friday, March 1, 1986
COLONY POINT PREMIER GIFTS COCKTAIL
PARTY FEBRUARY 10. Professor B.Z. Sobel was the
guest speaker. It was a $200 minimum, over 50 people
attended and it was a fun, educational and positive af-
ternoon. Colony Point's annual breakfast will be held on
March 3, at 10 ajn., in the Clubhouse Auditorium, guest
speaker will be Jerry Gleekel.
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Lillian Mintz, Edward Schipper, Pearl Goldenberg and Ed
Goldenberg.
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ones who must Live with the treaties. Senator Packwood pointed out the importance tracts of
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Friday, March 1, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Page 19
Fass selected AFHU Woman of Year
Bertha Goldberg Fass
JNF gala
honors Abram
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe,
ISpiritual Leader of Temple Beth
El. Hollywood, and member of
the JNF Presidium, has an-
Inounced that Judge and Mrs.
[Morton Abram will be the
Ihonorees at the Annual Tribute
iGala Evening to be held on
Sunday, March 10 in the Temple
I Beth El Social Hall.
Rabbi Jaffe will be the
ISpeaker, and will present the
[latest news about the JNF tasks
land responsibilities in the present
[day economic situation in Israel,
[and the outlook for the future.
[The JNF today is engaged in
redeeming, reclaiming and
preparing the infrastructure for
[JNF new sites and settlements
for the onslaught of present and
I future immigration.
"The honorees. Judge and
[Mrs. Morton Abram have always
[been devoted Zionists, dedicated
[to Israel, to Synagogue, to
[Judaism, and to the Jewish
I National Fund," said Abraham
Kirunhut, President JNF Greater
Miami.
Dr. Philip Gould, President of
|Temple Beth El is the Chairman
of the evening.
Israel Bond
campaign
Arthur M. Marcus, Executive
Jirector, South Broward Israel
ond Organization announces
thata large number of fifth
evelopment Issue Saving and
Coupon Bonds, purchased in the
eriod bebinning in March 1971,
vill mature beginning in March
1986.
The Government of Israel has
fgreed to permit these Bonds to
ereinvested a year early. This
neans that Bonds maturing in
^P"l. 1986 will be available for
einvestment in April 1985,and
)on.
Israel's current economic
difficulties make it more im-
t>rtantthan ever that Israel's
fiends demonstrate their par-
tnership with Israel by rein-
Testing their Israel Bonds.
Maturing Israel Bonds represent
p excellent potential for extra
Tivestment dollars to further
levelop Israel's industries.
friends who purchased Bonds
re confident that the nation's
comomy will soon be restored to
M former growth. If they are
wninded in advance that their
Bonds will soon come due, I am
lure they will reaffirm their
fommitment to Israel.
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Selection of Mrs. Bertha
Goldberg Fass, prominent
women's communal leader to
receive the "Woman of the Year"
award of the Greater Miami
Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, was announced by
Mrs. Charles Charcowsky,
chairman of the awards com-
mittee.
The chairman announced that
Mrs. Fass was chosen by the
committee to receive this high
honor in recognition of her civic,
cultural, educational and
philanthropic achievements.
Presentation of the award will
take place at the Woman of the
Year luncheon at the Doral Beach
Hotel, Starlight Roof, on
Tuesday, March 5.
"Our Woman of the Year
luncheon is not only an out-
standing event of our Women's
Division, but it has grown to be
one of the outstanding honors
bestowed on a member of our
community tor dedication to the
welfare of others both here and
overseas." Mrs. Charcowsky
stated. "Bertha Fass richly
deserves this award for her
leadership and dedication to the
community, to civic and
educational institutions and
programs, and to the welfare of
her fellow man."
Our honoree started her
community activities in Mid-
dletown. Conn., where she was
the Interfaith Chairman for 35
years^ She was president of
Hadassah, B'nai B'rith,
Sisterhood and many other
organizations. In 1963 she was
Woman of the Year in her
community.
The luncheon, which is open to
the public, is being coordinated
by Florence D. Feldman, director
of the Greater Miami Women's
Division. Reservations may be
made at the office of the
American Friends, 300 71st
Street, Miami Beach, or by
calling 868-7600.
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J. Frederic Blitstein from AIPAC was the guest speaker for the
second Metropolitan Jewish Awareness Group function held
Thursday, February 14, at the home of Bruce and Beverly
Hollander. The next event will be Wednesday, March 20,8 p.m.
at the home of Jeff and Barbara Rosenberg. David Harris will
lead a discussion on Ethiopian Absorption. From left: Jeff and
Barbara Rosenberg, Chairmen; Frederic Blitstein; Beverly and
Bruce Hollander, hosts of the evening; not pictured Louis and
Carole Morningstar, Chairmen.
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Page 20 The Jewish Floridian of South B reward- Holly wood / Friday, March 1,1986
The Arbor building of Park Place had a Smorgasbord Cocktail
Party, with Jonathan Livny as guest speaker. The Park Place
$365 minimum dinner was held on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 'Club
19" restaurant. Their $50 minimum breakfast on Sunday,
March 10 will close the campaign. This breakfast will be in their
clubhouse and a most brilliant and dynamic speaker is
scheduled to appear. From left, Lou Fine; Freda Breier, Henry
Breier; and Harold Nestler, Park Place Leadership.
Rabbi Abraham Kapnek and Mrs. Senfeld look on as Milton B.
Senfeld accepts the coveted Israel Bond Scroll of Honor, as
more than 100 congregants gathered Sunday, Feb. 3, at Temple
Beth Ahm in Hollywood to honor Milton Senfeld for his
steadfast commitment and dedication to communal causes.
Yiddish
book center
AMHERST, Mass. (JTA1 A
72-page "Catalog of New, Used
and Out-of-Print Yiddish Books"
has been issued by the National
Yiddish Press Center, which
described it as the largest single
listing of Yiddish books now
available.
Aaron Lansky, who started the
collecting of Yiddish books out of
concern that irreplaceable
volumes were gathering dust in
attics and basements of descend-
ants of the hundreds of
thousands of immigrant Jews
who owned them and used them,
but whose descendants have not.
began his effort more than four
years ago. when he was 24. He is
now executive director of the
center.
Lansky said the latest catalog
lists more than 800 titles of
Yiddish prose, poetry and drama.
He expressed the hope that the
catalog would bring information
on long-lost "treasures" of
Yiddish literature to new readers,
students, scholars and libraries in
more than 20 countries.
He reported that in June of
1980, a small group of Jewish
students founded the book center
as a non-profit organization for
the preservation and promotion
of Yiddish culture. Several ap-
peals have been issued for dis-
carded and unwanted books.
Collection drives were organized
in many local Jewish communi-
ties.
AT INTERFAITH LUNCHEON at the Orangebrook
Club, from left. Rev. Wayne Martin; keynote
Congressman Larry Smith; Jack Berman, Program
the luncheon.
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Sydney and Nan Jacobs
Ben Schwab, chairman, an-
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making for a Salute to Israel
Brunch Sunday, Mar. 10, 11 a.m.
in the La Mer Social Hall. 1904 S.
Ocean Drive. Hallandale. when
Sydney and Nan Jacobs,
recipients-elect of the prestigious
Israel Bond Tower of David
Award, will be honored. The
Jacobs, philanthropic and
community minded citizens have
given unstintingly of their time
to all community causes. Eddie
Schaffer, popular American-
Jewish Humorist, devoted
servant and champion of Israel,
will spark the festivities. Par-
ticipating organizations and their
leaders are La Mer Women's
American ORT, Adeline Herman,
President, La Mer Women's
League for Israel, June Wagner,
Bertha Mindich, and Frances G.
Resiick, President. They will be
presented with the Israel Bonds
Scroll of Honor. Evelyn Stieber,
is Honorary Chairman and
sponsors of the brunch are Philip
and Miriam Curland, Herman
and Betty Karmiel, Leo and
Estelle Lafer, Joel and Juliet
Rosenthal, Sol and Rose Sied-
water and Evelyn Stieber.
Everyone is welcome.
Home of America's finest salmon.
You can win a free all expense paid
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Visit your favorite grocer and pick up
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packed by Whitney Fidalgo-Americas first
choice. Then send the label (or a reasonable
facsimile), along with your name, address,
and telephone number to:
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But act now, because contest ends June 30,1985.
Look for these brands on your grocers shelf or display.
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