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The
_. Jewish
iFlorfoi^H
of South Broward
,15 Number 10
Hollywood, Florida Friday, May 10,1986
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i Price 35 Cents
at ana
Hollywood City Council honors
^
'Days of Remembrance'
[Wsr
gsenkopf lights
rance ceremony
I chambers.
a memorial candle at the Day of
April 17 at Hollywood City Com-
"Because we remember
today, tomorrow will be a
better day," said Reverend
D. Wayne Martin,
president of Inter-Faith
Council of Greater
Hollywood who led the
Invocation on Wednesday,
April 17, at the Hollywood
City Council of Chambers.
The program was spon-
sored by the Jewish
Federation of South
Broward and the Inter-
Faith Council of Greater
Hollywood.
In front of filled Council
chambers, which included
classes from Beth Shalom
Day School, Mayor David
Keating and the Hollywood
Rosenkopf an active, not
issive. Holocaust survivor
Rosenkopf, a
1st survivor, was
passive survivor.
led by the Nazis in
saw ghetto, he was
las a teacher, a
ir of arms and food,
sliverer of children
Even" now, as a
57, he still remains
re survivor, a man
involved in the
?ranee of that
event, the
St.
rear being the 40th
fsary of the
I of the death
has brought
|>pf to the spotlight.
a short emotional
after lighting
lat a Yom Hashoah,
>f Remembrance,
t the Hollywood
Emission meeting
week, Rosenkopf
Israel for an in-
toal meeting of
wt survivors. He is
ting the Federation
the Holocaust
Center at Florida
itional University.
far he will be the Vice
ent of the center's
ve board.
f Rosenkopf's
projects is the
building of a monument to
the six million dead in
North Miami Beach. The
sculpture has been com-
missioned to artist Enzo
Gallo.
Rosenkopf escaped his
Nazi captors while en route
to a death camp. When he
surfaced, he was a member
Continued on Page 7-
City Commissioners opened
their meeting with a
poignant program com-
memorating the Holocaust.
Commissioner Cathy
Anderson, president of the
National Council of
Christians and Jews, spoke
and stressed the im-
portance of remembering
the Holocaust. "The
Holocaust was the darkest
single period in our history
and we must express to our
Jewish brothers and sisters
our solidarity because
unless we remember, six
million Jews will have died
in vain," she said.
Mayor Keating and the
Hollywood City Com-"
missioners issued a
Proclamation designating
the week of April 14 as
Holocaust Commemoration
Week. In a show of unity
the Mayor and Council
memberss each took part in
the reading of the
Proclamation.
Mayor Keating
presented the Proclamation
to Paul Or Ian, a Holocaust
survivor and Chairman of
the Holocaust Committee
of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward. With
moving words, Orlan
expressed his feelings
about the Holocaust, the
importance of remembering
and the education of future
generations. Orlan also
issued a plea to President
Reagan to forgo his visit to
Bitburg W. Germany and
urged the audience to make
their feelings known.
During the symbolic
candlelighting ceremony,
Carl Rosenkopf of the Ben
Gurion Culture Club and a
member of the United
States Holocaust Com-
mission spoke of his per-
sonal pain and horror
connected with the
Holocaust and the loss of
many members of his
family.
Rabbi
Temple
program
descriptive
"That the
Robert Frazin, of
Solel closed the
with a vividly
benediction.
flames of the
Continued on Page 2
Israel to join in 'Star Wars' research?
Israel Today
JERUSALEM Prime
Minister Shimon Peres and
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin are inclined to
respond positively to an
American invitation to join
in the "Star Wars"
program, but a final answer
will not be given until
Jerusalem has clarified
with Washington exactly
what role Israel will play,
official sources said.
A lively debate is ex-
pected in the Cabinet,
Knesset and the media over
how Israel should respond
to the offer by considering
the scientific, political,
strategic and economic
aspects of such
cooperation, the officials
said.
The Israeli answer to
Secretary of State Caspar
Weinberger's letter, which
arrived on Rabin's desk,
must be given within 60
days. The only countries
outside of NATO
Washington proposed to
join in the multi million
dollar space weapons
research program for the
21st century were Israel.
Canada, Japan and
Australia.
Close aides said Peres
believes Israel should
cooperate in the program
because of the considerable
technological spin-offs that
could result, especially for
Israel's security. Rabin is
much mote cautious in his
reaction and called for a
deep study of all aspects of
the issue before making up
his mind.
The acting chairman of
the Knesset's prestigious
Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee Victor
Shemtov (Mapam) urged a
ful debate in the committee
"as this is a most sensitive
issue with global reper-
cussions which might affect
Israel's relations with the
Soviet Union."
Yossi Sarid, also a leftist
MK (Citizens Rights
Movement), warned
against Israeli in-
volvement. "One must be a
political astronaut, com-
pletely cut off from regional
and global reality, to in-
volve Israel in preparations
for a Star Wars between the
superpowers," Sarid said.
Israel's scientific
community is eagerly
awaiting details about the
American offer which it
believes could provide a
serious shot in the arm for
export oriented science-
based industries and
provide employment for
high grade specialists
whose work has been
jeopardized by government
budget-cutting due to the
country's economic plight.
We must now go beyond
the level of slogans and find
out exactly what Israel is
being asked to contribute
to the program, whether we
will receive serious projects
involving large sums of
money or insignificant
minor projects thrown to us
just to satisfy the
politicians in Washington
and give the impression
that this is an international
effort," Assa Margalit, a
senior manager at Rafael,
the Weapons Research
Authority said.
The American invitation
to Israeli scientists touched
off an immediate reaction in
the Arab press.
In Amman, Jordan, Al
Ray was particularly
vehement in its editorial,
"The United States, Israel
and Star Wars."
Said the Jordanian
newspaper:
"The invitation that U.S.
Secretary of Defense
Caspar Weinberger has
extended to Israel to
Continued on Page 10-


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood / Friday, May 10, 1986
From left, Austin Tupler, Harry and Jackie Rosen, Ed Finkelstein.
Ibsnack Center raises $U.2 millwn
Funds raised for the David
Posnack Jewish Community
Center have passed the $4
million mark, announced Brenda
Greenman, President of the JCC
Much of the money has been
raised through the successful
parlor meetings which have
taken place at homes throughout
the community. The most recent
meeting was at the home of
Harry and Jackie Rosen, in
Miramar.
The new center will be on a 29
acre site in Davie, near
University Drive and Stirling
Road. Ground was broken at a
ceremony in December. Planned
facilities on campus include a
gymnasium, swimming pool,
racket sports, running track,
lake, camping ground,
auditorium, and office space for
many vital Jewish organizations.
The next parlor meeting will
be at the home of Fran and
Howard Shapiro in Emerald
Hills on Tuesday evening, May
14. Other meetings scheduled
include these at the homes of
Saul and Susan Singer on
Wednesday, May 16, co-hosted
by their neighbors Brenda and
Andrew Greenman; and a May
23 meeting at the home of Marie
and Paul Luskin.
If you would like to attend or
host a parlor meeting, or would
like to contribute, please contact
Seymour and Caryl Berzofksy,' Mr.
Ron and Lynn Rosen.
and Mrs. Ken Bornstein,
Brenda Greenman, Joel Schneider, Evelyn Goldstein Lm.
and Lillian Weil, Harry Goldstein. CT
Day of Remembrance
Continued from Page 1
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Friday, May 10,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of South Browani-Hollywood Page 3
FmanalA planning through
philanthropy program May 22
served on staff at the Council of
Jewish Federations in New York
City. Dan Levenson brings a
unique layman's prospective to
the May 22 program. As a
participant in the Endowment
Program, Mr. Levenson is also
very familiar with deferred
giving vehicles.
The Financial Planning

In an effort to educate the remainder trust in order to
I community about the benefit the donor's overall estate
IEndowment Program, the plan.
Federation is spo^ringan Endowment Funds have
levent at the HoUywood Beach become a significant secondary the May 22 program. As a
[Hilton on May a. iha_event is 80Urce 0f revenue for participant in the Endowment
[entitled Financial Planning Federations. The charitable
|Through Philanthropy. gjving vehicles within the
The Endowment Program Endowment Program can meet
I offers a variety of charitable the individual estate planning
giving vehicles to prospective needs of a donor.
B KdStoiSTi: The *+B*mf* this Through Phuan^py eveTwul
I adapted in rr w> meet uie program Mark Berkowitz and be held at Noon on Mav 22 A
particular needs of a donor For r^ Levenson. will highlight complirnentaT lunc, wttl be
example assets which have the8e principie9. Mirk served. ForXtheTmformatkm
lapprecmted over a period of time Berkowitz, the Federation's about this event^nta^Mark
Jean be place into a charitable Endowment Director, formerly Berkow^at^l-88?0
Wolfs to chair Aliyah conference
Bob and Shane Wolf of
Hollywood are chairing the third
mnual Aliyah Conference which
will be held on Sunday, May 19
^ Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th
\ve. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Speaker of the day will be Ella
evine, a former Refusenik who
nigrated to Israel in 1969 and
is currently an Aliyah
^preservative for the Jewish
gency Aliyah Dept. in New
Stork City.
At this Conference, workshops
vill be held dealing with all
es of living in Israel, as well
i short term programs in Israel.
The following "shlichim,"
presentatives from Israel, will
the workshops: Nir Gur,
ttlements and Moahavim;
euven Lewis, Kibbutzim; Uri
ohe, Absorption and Housing;
;ii Hauvin, University Program
d Education; Ella Levine,
firemen t in Israel; Avi Arpaz.
for Economic Affairs,
pusiness. Employment and
ofessional Opportunities.
A highlight of the Conference
i year will be a display of Life
Israel through photographs
Farag Peri, one of Israel's
oremost photographers.
Bob and Shane Wolf
Recently Farag Peri's work was
on display at the Capitol
Building in Washington, D.C.
Admission to the Conference
is $5 for adults and $2.50 for
children under 12. Baby sitting
service is available and ad-
mission includes a strictly
kosher ranch. For details call the
Aliyah Council, 676-4000, or in
Broward, 467-7490, azt. 360 or
the Israel Aliyah Center, 673-
2556.
temple Beth Shalom honors Ellie Katz
Temple Beth Shalom and Beth
Shalom Day School will hold
eir annual Scholarship Ball,
Sunday, May 19, in the ballroom
pf the Temple. The bonoree will
Eleanor (Ellie) Katz, who has
ved as vice president of the
Te, a position she holds now, as
ell as serving as co-chairman of
the school board.
Ellie will be honored for her
dedication and extreme devotion
Jewish education generally
nd Beth Shalom educational
partments particularly. Day
nool education has been made
OBsible in no small measure
fhrough her involvement and
npetus. Ellie has ~,rved as an
prncer of many community
Organizations and Temple Beth
Ellie Katz
Shalom and Beth Shalom Day
School salutes her with pride and
joy.
The Gala Scholarship Ball will
begin with cocktails at 6 p.m.,
followed by a complete dinner at
7 p.m. A live band will provide
dance music. Chairing the
evening will be Dr. Fred
Blumenthal, past president of
the Temple and co-chairman of
the board of education. Dr.
Blumenthal is also chairman of
the new project Beth Shalom
West being constructed in
Cooper City.
Elbe is married to Herbert
Katz and resides in Hollywood.
They have their two youngest
sons, Walter and Daniel, living
with them.
Campaign awards
May 13
May is the time of year when
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, with its campaign
nearly complete, gives thanks to
all those who worked tirelessly
on behalf of the Federation-UJA
campaign, which directly
benefits Jewish agencies at
home, nationally, in-
ternationally, and in Israel.
As of May 1, we have raised
$6.2 million, which is a 16
percent increase over last year's
campaign.
"This is an indication of how
our campaign keeps growing,
year after year," said outgoing
Campaign Chairman Dr. Saul
Singer. "I hope that next year
we can go over the $7 million
mark."
A cocktail party in honor of
campaign closing will be held
Monday May 13 at 6 p.m. at the
Hollywood Beach Hilton Hotel,
4000 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood.
At that time, special in-
dividualized campaign awards
will be distributed.
"This is the type of event
which reaffirms that we really
are "Partners for Life," said
outgoing President Dr. Phil
Levin. "After all the hard work
that we all put in this year, I
think a celebration is just what
we deserve."
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD
42nd ANNUAL MEETING
Thursday, June 13,1986,5:30 p.m.
Emerald Hills Country Club, Hollywood
1985-86 PROPOSED SLATE OF
OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Saul Singer, M.D...........................President
Howard Barron, M.D...................Vice-President
Ellie Katz.............................Vice-President
Esther Gordon........................Vice-President
Elaine Pittell..............................Secretary
Nelson Dembs.............................Treasurer
Board of Directors
Members to be elected to a 3-year term expiring with the
Annual Meeting of 1988:
Barry Alter, M.D.
Joseph Bloom
Herbert Brizel, M.D.
Al Golden
Rabbi Bennett Greenspon
Donald Hersh
Ellie Katz
Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Stanley Margulies, M.D.
Joseph Raymond
Paul Rodensky, M.D.
Harry Rosen
Delia Rosenberg
Carl Rosenkopf
David Sachs, D.D.S.
Reuben Schneider
Laurence Weiss, M.D.
Continuing Board Members
Norman Atlrin, M.D.
Richard Barnett
Howard Barron, M.D.
Stanley Beckerman
Albert Cohen
Lewis E. Conn
George Crane, M.D.
Morris Deakter
Nelson Dembs
Meral Ehrenstein
Marc Gilbert
Mara Gmlianti
Harold Goldberg
Esther Gordon
Robert Gordon
Ralph Grant
Brenda Greenman
Herbert Grossman
Susen Grossman
William D. Horvitz
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffa
Sylvia Kalin
Alan J.Kan
Herbert D. Katz
James Kofman
Philip A. Levin, M.D.
| Jesse Martin
(Joyce Newman
(Michael Orlove
Elaine Pittell
[Robert Pittell, M.D.
Morris Ratner
Ronald J. Rothschild
iBenSalter
Marge Saltzman
Joel Schneider, M.D.
Stephen Schoenbaum, M.D.
Nat Sedley
Saul Singer, M.D.
Evelyn Stieber
Joseph Terkiel
Herbert Tolpen
Jerome D. Winnick
1985 Missions
Ethiopian kids get Cabbage patch
|NEW YORK-One thousand
Cabbage Patch Kids
n8 a Star of David in
il colors, blue and white,
.sent to Israel by Coleco
amines and distributed to
^opian refugee children in
P*Ption centers in time for
Tl?0L?g^heir Bnt P**ver
fct^ doU to >* B
Je firlift, which Coleco calls
lfi?n uChildhKl." was
nl by Abraham H.
. associate national
2.S i?)* Anti-Defamation
ifcofB nai B'rith, during a
'HolocaU8t survivor. Fox-
impressions of the
children he saw at one ab-
sorption center "reopened old
psychic wounds." He described
the children as "silent, utterly
silent and seemingly beyond
human reach."
But when Fozman opened a
flight bag and began passing out
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some dolls originally intended
for Israeli friends, the children,
he says, "were immediately
transformed. Not only did they
stubbornly refuse to relinquish
the dolls, but they started
talking to them' their very
first words since arriving in
Israel."
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Mission meeting
% YOUNG LEADERSHIP MISSION. A meeting to
:: introduce persons to the Young Leadership Mission to :j
:j: Israel October 5-16, will be held at Federation on Thur- S
: sday May 16 at 7:30 p.m. This mission is strictly for first- ;::
: time mission participants who are South Broward :|j:
8 residents aged 25-45. Call Donna Frankel for reservations, S
g 921-8810. I
Sx-X\rx*:-XvXvXvX*XvX-x-:vX-:vX*:w^
Return this form to:
Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, FL 33020
Mease send more Information about Missions:
O | Pragua Budapest Israel Mission, Sept. 29-Oct. 13
D I Young Leadership Mission to Israel, Oct. 5-16
i D National Singles Mission to Israal, July 21 31
Name__________________________________________
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of South Bro ward- Hollywood / Friday, May 10,1966
What some Jewish
names mean
By YITZCHAK DINUR
What do the names Cohen,
Gordon, Ochana, Rosenberg,
Green, H add ad, Brodie,
Koletkar, Hudeida, Berlin,
Silverberg, Caspi and London all
have in common? They are all
Jewish names, and they can all
be met in Israel while walking
down the street.
The vicissitudes of Jewish life
all over the world have produced
a profusion of Jewish names. In
Israel, this profusion has
blended and been mellowed by
the addition of Hebrew names.
The result is that name-watching
in Israel is as popular a game
and hobby as train-watching in
Britain and, by my guess, much
more rewarding.
A Jewish name can teach you
someone's personal history
where he came from, what his
name was before, how it has
changed, why it has changed. It
can also illustrate Jewish
history.
Many of the quaint Jewish
names we have all heard of are
the result of a forcible naming
process in the Russian and
Austro-Hungarian empires about
200 years ago.
Jews did not have and did not
want to take family names,
mainly for religious reasons. As
a result, they were branded with
names which were strange,
sometimes laughable, derisive,
ridiculous or even downright
malicious. Some examples:
Federbusch (featherbush), Fetter
(fatty), Bitterman (bitter),
Son tag (Sunday), Montag
(Monday), Mittwoch (Wed-
nesday), Dreyer (swindler), Bok
(big ox). Galgenstrick (gallows-
rope) is one of the most infamous
of these.
The Austro-Hungarian empire
is gone. So is the czar. The Jews
have survived them, and to have
these names which, with the
passage of time, have lost their
poison, mellowed and even
become traditionally Jewish.
Many Jewish names indicate
place of origin: Brodie
(Romania). Slonim (Poland),
Berlin (Germany), Hudeida
(Yemen), Al-Fasi (Fez, Morocco),
Moscowitz (Russia) Shirazi,
Isfahani (Iran), Koletkar (Kolet,
a village in the Maharashtra
province of India), Mendoza,
Sevilia, Mitedulla, Castilla are
grand old Sephardic names
originating in Spain. Al-Kudsi
means the family originated in
Jerusalem. (Al-Kuds "the
holy one" is the Arabic
designation for Jerusalem.)
Many are common names in
the Jews' countries of residence:
Rosenberg, Birnbaum, Schneider
are all from Germany. Haddad is
common amnaig Jews from
Arabic-speaking countries; so is
Hakim (a wise man), which
among Jews from that area
indicates a rabbi somewhere
along the line, just like
Rabinovitch.
Simple patronymics (son
of. .) are among the com-
monest of Jewish names:
Jacobson, Jacobowitz,
Ab ram son, Michaelovitch,
Yankelewits ("ovitch" or
"ewitz" is "son of in Russian,
. and in Romanian it becomes
. "ovici"), Yacovzadeh (in Per-
sian, "zadeh" means "son of),
Yacovshvili (in Georgian, "sh-
vili" means "son of").
Many names relate to trades
or occupations: Schneider is a
tailor in Yiddish, and Hayat is a
tailor in Hebrew. Mahler is a
painter; Stoller, a carpenter;
Kremer, a shopkeeper; Krecz-
mer, an innkeeper; Goldschmitt,
a goldsmith, all in Yiddish.
Some ordinary names are
Hebrew words or, more
mysteriously, the initials of
Hebrew or Aramaic words.
Touro is Aramaic for a bull;
Halaf is a slaughter's knife;
Day an is a religious judge; Katz
hides the initials hohen tzedek
a righteous priest; Shub is the
initials of shohet u bodek
slaughterer and examiner;
Baabad or Badad is ben-av-bet-
din a descendant of the
president of a religious court.
Some are contractions of long
Hebrew names as written in
Hebrew letters. Persons called
Yaavetz or Javitz or Javetz are
descended from a famous 18th-
century rabbi, Yacob Emden
BenTzvi.
Although Israel is the great
meeting ground of Jewish
names, the unique phenomenon
has been the flowering of
traditional and modern Hebrew
family names. It is considered
patriotic, progressive and a sign
of Jewish feeling to take a
Hebrew name. Many of Israel's
leaders did so. Ben-Gurion was
once called Green. Golda Meir
was Meyer son. Levi Eshkol was
Shkolnik.
There are four ways of
changing a name to Hebrew:
Finding a similar-sounding
Hebrew name Shertok became
Sharett; Mishkinsky becomes
Mishkan; Neiman becomes
Ne'eman or Na'aman.
Shortening a name so it
sounds Hebrew: Levinski
becomes Livni; Michael son
becomes Michaeli.
Translating a name or a
portion of it to Hebrew:
Perlmutter becomes Dar (mother
of pearl in Hebrew); Schneider
becomes Hayat; Goldberg
becomes Zahavi or Har-Zahav;
Goldschmitt becomes Tzoref;
names ending in Stein or Stone
become Avni (even is Hebrew for
stone); Yaacobovicz, Yaacob-
zadeh, Yacobshvili all become
Ben-Yaakov.
The last way is simply to
change the name to something
entirely different. The late Yigal
Alon's name was previously
Yigal Paicovitch.
With a little patience, a name
can be chased as it changes, for
example, from Silberberg to
Silverberg, to Sivler, to Har-
Kessef, to Caspi.
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and Howard Shapiro, boats of the event; Carole and Louis Morningstar, Barbara and Jeffrey
Rosenberg, all co-chairmen of the Metro Jewish Awareness group; Sheila and Howard Wacks
Western Young Leadership; Judy Sloan, character actress, provided entertainment for the
evening.
From left, Leon Weissberg, Jane Finkelstein, Eilene and Barry Topper, Karen Baer, Toni
Weissberg.
From left. Myles and Regine Krieger, Ron Rothschild, Bruce Yoskin. Both groups had a very
successful year with a diversified number of programs and speakers. Next year promises to be i
very exciting year for both groups.
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evening, June 9th, 6:30 P.M. at Hillcrest Country Club. The cost is $26.00 per
person for dinner & dancing. Call 921-6611 for reservations.
In accordance with the JCC By-Laws any "other nominations may be made
in writing by seventy-five (76) members in good standing provided that such
Dominations are received by the Secretary of the Corporation at least fifteen (16)
days before such annual meeting."
JCC 1986 86 LEADERSHIP SLATED
The JCC Nominating Committee, comprised of Michael Orlove, Chairman, Harry
Eichler, Merle Lundy, Ron Rothschild, Harry Rosen, Margo Raines and Jerry
Winnick; have nominated the following slate of officers and board members for
the 1986-86 fiscal year.
OFFICERS: President
Vice Presidents
Treasurer
Secretary
1 Year Tam(Exp. 1988)
Brian Bemoan
Richard Daub
Issie Goldstein
Morris Hymen
Sylvia Kalin
JeanKrsvit
Gloria Lipinsky
Mart Meyers
DrewPickard
Dr. Robert Schwartz
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Jewel Smith (Membership)
Harry Eichler (Fundraising)
Eugene M.Weitz
LannyGelfand
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2YaarTam Martin Abraham
Seymour Berzof sky
Nancy Brizel
David Brown
Dr. Ed Fellows
Ethel Jacobs
PaulOrlan
Arthur Pickmsn
Harry Rosso
HaroURoaaniald
Rfbbi Samuel Rothberg
Cberi Rothschild
DoaSanrasla
Dr.AKdn8hapiro
Jsny Solkoff
Margo Raines (Program)
Dr. Joel Schneider (Bufktmg)
S Year Term (Exr.19)
Ron Abraham
Harry Eichler
Mark Fried
LannyGelfand
Brenda Greenman
Ed Hoffman
Marls Lundy
Dr. Samuel Meline
Tad Newman
Michael Orlove
Margo Raines
Ron Rothschild
Dr. Joel Schneider
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Friday, May 10, 1986/The Jewiah Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Page 6
Passover Mission visited Project Renewal
By MARILYN GRANT
I project Renewal Coordinator
"Being able to sit down with
whose background is
ent from ours, but who are
much an important part of
lives is a wonderful feeling
at I can't really describe."
I This comment from one of
Luth Broward Passover
Cissionaires was typical of the
kpressions we heard at the end
| their visit to Hod Hasharon's
[il Amal neighborhood.
1 Project Renewal, especially
low it relates to South Broward
esidents and their twinned
[communities in Hod Hasharon
Giora and Gil Amal takes
i full meaning after these visits
the homes of neighborhood
^>ple. A recent innovation,
Home Hospitality is becoming a
nust lor any visit. We divided
Jhe 32 people on the Mission into
lix groups, each going with their
anslator to a home.
There, overwhelmed by the
Variety of tantalizing dishes, we
at learning about each other,
letting to know how hard it was
_o come from Bukhara, for in-
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it is for a family of eight to eke
out a living on slightly more
than $400 take home pay per
month. Or learning how the
Project has brought the children
in off the streets and given them
both the opportunity and the
impetus to improve their futures
through education.
Or seeing first hand how, with
the help of the Project, a family
with five children has been able
to receive long term loans which
let them expand their home from
650 square feet to over 1000.
There is nothing better than
hearing and seeing how South
Broward's involvement in these
two communities has helped
change the lives of so many.
This year's Passover Mission
had a strong feeling of family to
it. And the feeling of family
seemed to pervade all that we
did during our visit to Hod
Hasharon. Because it was
Spring, the Mission first planted
saplings in what will become a
park and play area for Gil Amal
children. This "first" is only the
harbinger of things to come.
Both the children and women of
the neighborhood seemed to
enjoy this happy event as much
as the Florida visitors.
Another "first," one that will
bring great pleasure to many in
the future, awaited the Mission
as we then traveled to the Nat
and Dina Sedley Sports Hall.
There, we were treated to the
premier performance of the Hod
Hasharon Singers, eight lovely
teenage girls and a lead male
singer and their director-
guitarist.
In addition to the now
traditional welcoming speeches
by Mayor Shimoni, Ziona
Kemelman, Project Director and
mazal Dror, representing die
AT THE AIRPORT The Passover Mission to Israel poses before takeoff at Fort Lauderdaie
airport. The rest of the group met up in New York before arriving in Israel together.
neighborhood committees, we
heard Ruth Or en, a professional
psychologist describe one of the
important aspects of the Project,
the psychological evaluation and
remedial work being provided to
neighborhood children.
Progress is being made not
only for the children and adults
of Giora and Gil Amal but also
through expanding the in-
volvement of the wonderful
South Broward community.
Betty Homans in Israel and
Sandra Ross in South Broward,
together with Marilyn Grant, are
putting together an exciting
volunteer program that will
begin this Summer and hopefully
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7th annual chaplaincy volunteer celebration
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Diamond
hosts to approximately 50
people who gathered on Sunday
afternoon, April 28 to recount
the activities of the Chaplaincy
volunteers whose services
highlight the Chaplaincy
program of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
At the program, Louise
Diamond, chairman of the
Chaplaincy Service, spoke on the
significance of working with the
many remarkable people who
give so much of themselves to
help brighten the lives of many
people who are in South
Broward's institutions.
Rabbi Harold Richter, director
of the Chaplaincy, told of the
specific tasks of the individual
volunteers, as Louise Diamond
presented them with certificates.
In addition to the volunteers the
following members of the
Chaplaincy committee attended
the celebration: Sarah Brackis,
Lillian Mandel, Corinne Hirsch,
Marilyn Kaplan and Lester Weil.
The following volunteers
received award certificates:
Leo Ballon, for services at a
variety of institutions; Irving
Belson, for religious services at
Dania Nursing Home; Lillian
Belson, for assisting Irving in
religious services at Dania
Nursing Home; Gerard Bocian,
for serving refreshments at
holiday services at South Florida
State Hospital; Dr. Harry
Breslaw, president of Ben
Gurion B'nai B'rith Lodge, for
chairing holiday projects at
South Florida State Hospital;
Sam Boruchov, for programs at
Willow Manor Retirement
Home; Sarah Brackis, for
visitation to Humana Biscayne
Hospital Hollywood Medical
Center, Doctor's Hospital and
Broward Correctional Institution
and State Hospital; Abe
Brodsky, for participating in the
festival collations at South
Florida State Hospital; Ben
Brown, for joining in holiday
services at South Florida State
Hospital; Marvin Carroll, for
leading and helping at Sabbath
services at Washington Manor
and Hollywood Hills Nursing
Home; Al Cohen, for par-
ticipating at Wednesday services
at Hollywood Hills Nursing
Home; Gertrude Cohen, for
assisting at religious services at
Hollywood Hills; Murray Cohen,
for leading Sabbath services at
Hallandale Rehabilitation
Center; and Ruby Cohen, for
participating in holiday
collations at the State Hospital.
Also, Louis Dunoff, for
participating at holiday services
at the State Hospital as a
representative of David Ben
Gurion Lodge of B'nai B'rith;
Leon Ehrlich, for leading
Sabbath services on Fridays at
Washington Manor Nursing
Home; Leon Fleishman, for
participating in holiday
collations at the State Hospital;
Joseph Glassberg, for leading
religious prayers and delivering
Divrei Torah at Jewish Com-
munity Center; Lillian Glasson,
for chairing the refreshment
committees at festivals at South
Florida State Hospital; Irving
Glasson, for assisting Lillian in
her work at the State Hospital;
Rachel Goldberg, for
distributing holiday refresh-
ments at the South Florida State
Hospital; Irving Goldstein, for
assisting at festival celebrations
at the State Hospital; Joseph
Gordon, for leading Sabbath
prayers at Friday evening meals
at Hollywood Hills Nursing
Home; Carrie Gordon, for
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Philip Zeefe, for services r|
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May 18
South Service center advisory committee of the American Raj
Cross, Broward County Chapter, holds their annual fund-raising
dinner dance at the Seafair in Dania Beach, 7 p.m. Ralph Renick
is guest of honor. Tickets 850 prepaid. Call 987-3605.
May 18-20
B'nai B'rith Women South Coastal Regional conference at
Royce Hotel, West Palm Beach. Workshops, awards banquet
highlight the conference. Call 271-9897.
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I package (10 ot.) chopped
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Fridav. May 10.1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Page 7
I Unowned ??Ptor,?a^1 Dfl^?U with Ua wife' ZoW*. appeared at
the Aprfl 14 Yom Hashoah Commemoration at Temple Israel of
Miramar. Cantor Deitell held his audience spellbound with his
chanting of Z'Chor, "Remember Oh Lord," Rachem, Mercy and
Haskora Eil Moleh-Rahcamim while Mrs. Deitell sang Eili Eili
| and recited the eloquent "Shoes" poem.
Yom Hashoah
commemorated
On Sunday, April 21, the
children of the Religious Schools
of South Broward gathered to
attend and participate in a Yom
Hashoah commemoration at
Temple Israel of Miramar.
The program was opened with
greetings from Sandra Ross,
Education Director of Jewish
Federation of South Broward,
and Rabbi Samuel Rothberg,
Chairman of Rabbis and
Educational Directors. The
invocation was given by Rabbi
Richard MarRolis of Temple
Sinai. Rabbi Raphael Adler of
Temple Israel was the moderator
for the program.
Emil Starke, a survivor of the
Holocaust was the keynote
speaker. He told the children
about his experiences and
emhasized the importance of
remembering.
Students participating in the
program were from the following
Temples: Beth El, Beth Emet,
Beth Shalom, Israel, Sinai and
Solel.
Holocaust Survivor
Continued from Page 1
|of the Resistance, with
whom he worked until the
I end of the War.
He doesn't like to talk
I about those years, from
194245, but he was active
in finding explosives,
I weapons, and food from
I Jews and non-Jews.
Most of Rosenkopf's
family did not survive the
I Holocaust. His parents
[died at Treblinka, and he
[estimates a total of 150
I family members were lost
I in all. Among nine siblings,
|only he and his sister lived.
"I will never quit my
Ifight because I want people
I never to forget they died
I only because they were
I Jews," he said.
Rosenkopf was born in
I Warsaw, and lived as a
JNazi prisoner in the
IWarsaw ghetto after the
I Germans invaded Poland in
11939. He estimates that he
I helped smuggle about 200
[children out of the ghetto
palls to freedom.
"In 1941 they started
[taking the children but to
I we camps," he said.
I Everyday, from the 400
I children, three or four or
J"ve of them would be
[missing.
"We had built bunkers in
the ghetto, and in there we
would hide the children,
every day a few but never
!*> many that the Nazis
would notice. But in order
to hide them, we needed
food. The main thing was to
exist, to live through
another day."
Rosenkopf came to the
United States in 1949, and
lived in Albany, N.Y. until
1973, when he moved to
South Florida. Retired from
business, he now lives in
Hallandale.
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I 21? AS.HAH event April 14 at Temple Israel of Miramar Standing, from left, back
EaterTJf .inrDCevw vb' 'ft* f u-; *d ">*= Bernard Berkowitz,
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were inadvertently left out of the April 26 issue. Again special thanks to those liberators
survivors and children of survivors who participated in the evVnt. liberators,
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City commissioners John Williams; Suzanne Gunzburger; Paul Orlan, Holocaust chairman,
CRC; Mayor David Keating; Commioners Cathy Anderson, Stanley Goldman. Also featured in
the program were Rev. Wayne Martin, President of Interfaith Council of Greater Hollywood;
Rabbi Robert Frazin, Temple Solel; Carl Rosenkopf, member of the Holocaust committee.
YOM HASHOAH DAY OF REMEMBRANCE From left, Nechama Lieber, Temple Israel;
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Margolis, Temple Sinai; Rabbi Samuel Rothberg, Temple Beth El; and children from all the
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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood / Friday, May 10,1985
Richter new president
of S. Broward rabbis
Rabbi Harold Richter,
Director of Chaplaincy of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, was elected president
of the South Broward Council of
Rabbis for the ensuing year
19851986.
The other officers of the
Council of Rabbis include Rabbi
Richard Margolis, of Temple
Sinai, vice-president; Rabbi
Samuel Rothberg, of Temple
Beth El, treasurer; and Rabbi
Raphael Adler of Temple Israel
of Miramar, secretary.
The outgoing officers of the
South Broward Council of
Rabbis are Rabbi Samuel Jaffe,
of Temple Beth El. president;
Rabbi Harold Richter, vice-
president; Rabbi Bennett
Greenspon, of Temple Emet,
treasurer; and Rabbi Avrom
Drazin, Director of Consumer
Affairs-Kosher Division,
secretary.
The newly-elected officers will
be installed at a dinner held at
Temple Beth Shalom during the
month of May. Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz of Temple Ner Tamid,
Miami Beach will be the in-
stalling officer.
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participate in the research
related to the 'Star Wars'
program is odd. Israeli
television revealed this
invitation here. If true,
then it means that the U.S.
Administration wants
Israel to join in the
preparations of the most
dangerous U.S. military
project. It consequently
means that the U.S.
Administration wants the
Arabs to know that any
military balance they aim
to achieve with Israel will
not catch up with future
developments that are
accelerating in this regard,
foremost being the 'Star
Wars' program.
"It goes without saying
that involving Israel in this
program by the United
States will intensify
Israel's arrogance, in-
transigence, and rejection
of the efforts being exerted
to activate the Palestine
question and to bring the
region closer to the desire
for just peace. The Arabs
should not neglect this
dangerous development
because it constitutes a
joing U.S.-Israeli threat to
the future of all Arabs and
confirms the evil intentions
that these two partners
harbor against Arabs. It is
also a savage step aimed at
converting the region into
one of the selected theaters
that will suffer should such
a star war break out.
"Involving Israel, in one
way or another, in the 'Star
Wars' program with the
United States strengthens
the conviction that our
region is still facing a long
period of conflict against
the U.S. Israeli hegemony
and that it may be
necessary now, more than
ever, to hold Arab-Soviet
consultations to discuss
this development and
evaluate its results in every
respect, especially since the
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keeping the region away
from the superpower
conflict and from the joint
hegemony of the Israeli
aggressors and their U.S.
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HSI teaches Jewish
heritage in Israei
The Alexander Muss High
.chool in Israel (HSI), also
nown as the "Quin in Israel," is
program that is gaining
opularity throughout the
krontry.
The purpose of HSI is to teach
gh school students about
Brael. This is accomplished
hrough an extensive academic
rogram in which the students
jctually visit the sites being
tudif(i. using Israel as a living
sxtbook.
In the history course, study
s with the biblical period
d ends in modern times, in-
lying 350 to 400 class hours.
went y of the 48 class days are
heduled for studying sites
levant to the periods of history
ing studied," said Judy
" strong, local director of HSI
issions.
HSI has five sessions each
ademic year. Each student
cides which session best suits
1 or her.
"HSI taught me of my
heritage and let me glance at my
uture," said Isa Glassman, a
Hollywood Hills High School
tudent who studied at HSI.
Housing consists of modern
cilities on a high school
npus in a northern suburb of
Aviv called Hod Hasharon.
community receives money
om the South Broward Jewish
Federation under Project
Renewal.
A major concern for parents of
HSI students is security.
However, "Israel is statistically
safer than any metropolitan area
in the U.S.," Armstrong said.
The courses are taught by
Americans with advanced
degrees. The student-teacher
ratio is low, on the average 18:1.
Students who earn a B or
better in the course may qualify
for six college credits.
The program also offers an
extensive tutorial program.
Individualized instruction is
provided in math, science, and
foreign language.
Students say they gained a
new self-discipline and learned
much needed college study
habits at HSI.
"Students in the program are
initially shocked by the intensity
and depth of their learning
experience," Armstrong said.
Students are taught the
beauty of living in a community.
"Our highest ideal is to come to
love one another as a com-
munity. We want to hold hands
not one hand, but many
hands," she said.
For information regarding
admissions and sessions of High
School in Israel, contact Judy
Armstrong at 921-8810.
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CENTERS OF
SOUTH BROWARD
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921-6511
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Time: 7 pjn.
Day: Thursday nighta
Starting Date: May 16
Fee: $30 per person mem-
bers; $36 per person non-
members
Call for registration ask for
Jeff 921-6611.
SINGLES CLUB 20-36
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward
Singles Club 20-36 is sponsoring
a dance on Sat*"^"" Mav 11, 9
p.m.-l a.m. at Orangebrook
Country Club, 460 Entrada
Drive, Hollywood. Admission is
$4 Members; $6 Non-Members.
Mask of the 60's and 60 'a will be
provided by Lawrence of Florida.
For information call 921-6611.
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Out of shape? Come join our
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Fried, co-chairmen.
Win two Lincolns
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward is
sponsoring a gala cocktail
reception to be held at Temple
Beth Shalom/ ballroom on
Tuesday June iI8 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $100 each and will
admit two people to the
reception. During the cocktail
reception there will be a drawing
for fabulous door prizes.
First prize His and Hers
1986 Lincoln Town cars (for
$26,000 cash option).
In addition there will be other
prizes including a 26" color TV
video cassette recorder and a
36 MM camera.
Only 1,000 invitations will be
issued. You need not be present
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 921-6611 for your
tkkets.
NEW BALLET
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward, 2838
Hollywood Blvd., is now selling
tickets for a gala evening of
ballet with Nureyev in "Giselle."
The performance will be held on
Tuesday evening June 26 at 8
p.m. at Dade County
Auditorium. Cost JCC
member $36, non-member
$37. Transportation available
from the center. Limited seats
call today Dene 921-6611.
SUMMER SPECIAL
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward, 2838
Hollywood Blvd., invites you to
enjoy a summer special at the
Raleigh Hotel in the New York
Catakills. One week vacation -
Aug. 4-11 includes round trip
airfare with open return
available, 3 gourmet meals daily,
peat activities, transfers to
hotel and much more. Coat
$676 per person double oc-
cupancy deposit of $100 due
before June 1. Call for in-
formation and reservations
Dene 921-6611.
BELLY DANCING CLASS
The JCC's of South Broward,
2838 Hollywood Blvd. will be
starting an evening belly
dancing class with Shani
McManus, Thursdays 7-8:30
p.m. at the center. The class will
run for 6 weeks. Cost for JCC
members $26, non-members $30.
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Singer elected to HI AS board
l* 4 >-
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Saul Singer, M.D., of
Hollywood has been elected to
the Board of Directorss of
HIAS. Announcement was made
by HIAS President, Robert L.
Israeloff, at the organization's
106th Annual Meeting held in
New York City on March 18.
A surgeon, Dr. Singer has
been active on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward for more than 13 years.
He is a member of the
Federation Board and is
currently Vice President and
Campaign Cast Metropolitan
Chairman and Pacesetter
Chairman for the Federation. Dr.
Singer serves on the Board of
Directors of the Temple Sinai of
Hollywood and the Jewish
Community Center of South
Broward.
Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus
and Rabbi Tibor Stern holding
the treasured volume of
Mishne Torah The Major
Work of Maimonides.
IqNA^OUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN Pembroke Pines
In presents a check to the JCC of South Broward to Sponsor two
D to attend a full summer of fun activities at JCC Camp
a. From left, Mark Sherman, assistant executive director, JCC;
i Giles, NCJW vice president, Community Affairs; Florence
lilier, President; Ruth Weiss, incoming President.
mposium on Maimonides
Veil over three hundred men,
nen and children were on
i, Monday evening, April 8,
fthe Maimonides Symposium
Celebration that took place
he luxurious Diplomat Hotel
lollywood.
Sponsored by the Broward
kmmittee Honoring
kimonides, the event com-
orated the 860th birthday of
bbi Moshe ben Maimon,
own in the Torah world as the
nbam. The evening was
flighted by a Siyum on
shne Torah, a formal coll-
ision on Maimonides' magnum
s, the classical codification of
entire spectrum of Jewish
The Mishne Torah was
npleted by tens of thousands
individuals throughout the
rid, who were inspired by the
of the Lubavitcher Rebbe,
llitah. Rabbi Menachem M.
neerson, to study the entire
^t of the Mishne Torah during
! course of one year.
pie Siyum was conducted by
bbi Shmuel Tuvye Stern,
[ritual leader of Congregation
hav MiYaakov in Miami
ich, and author of numerous
llachic masterpieces. Rabbi
i eloquently showed how the
nbam's teachings have an
Ipirational and eternal
jssage to all Jews, and that
|y are uniquely intertwined
|h the authoritative finds in
dern science and physics.
Rabbi Leib Schapiro, dean of
) Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater
kmi and author of many
|lmudic and Kabbalistic
pes, discussed the un-
fcding position of Maimonides,
It it is a Mitzvah, incumbent
pn all Jews, to teach and
Imote the Seven Universal
>s of Mankind, known as the
fen Mitzvahs of the
ndants of Noah, to all
pies of the world.
Mter hearing articulate
rotations from Doctor
Corseri, of Broward
nmunity College, and
lessor Jack Kronfeld,
ate of Yeshiva and Har-
Uni versifies, the eoomblod
i heard concluding remarks
Rabbi Aron Lieberman, of
f Synagogue of Inverrary-
,..' of ceremonies was
Pbi Raphael Tennenhaus, of
legation Levi Yitzchok-
vitch in Hallandale. He was
I in coordinating the
: by the above mentioned
. and Rabbi Joseph
Jg of Miami Beach, And
|N Yossy Denburg of
T>Ution, Florida.
Fj Broward CommiUee
^onng Maimonidea also
""" R^bis Edward Davis
the Young Israel of
"^ Fort Uuderdak. and
* Mark Dratch of Boat
? foag with Rabbi
> of Kendall.
Give Your Recipes
The Gulden's Taste
CHAM Of CAULIFLOWER SOUP
1 head cauliflower, broken
into florets
' cup butter or margarine.
melted
v cup chopped celery
Vt cup chopped onion
v< cup flour
1 quart vegetable broth
'/.' cup shredded Chedder
Cheese
'/. teaspoon ground black
pepper
V* teaspoon ground
nutmeg
3 tablespoons Gulden s
Spicy Brown Mustard
1 cup heavy cream
Steam cauliflower; set aside a lew florets as a garnish
Puree cauliflower in food processor, blender or food mill.
Saute celery and onion in butter. Stir in flour. Over medium
heat add broth, cheese, pepper and nutmeg Stirring con-
stantly, bring to a boil. Stir in pureed cauliflower Remove
from heat, stir in mustard If a smoother consistency is
desired, reprocess. Add cream, stir to warm over low
heat Garnish before serving
Makes 6-8 servings.
NUTTY CAMAGE SALAD
Wi cups mayonnaise
Vt cup I tablespoon Gulden's
Spicy Brown Mustard
2 tablespoons lemon tuice
2 apples, cored and chopped
2 small heads shredded red
cabbage
V? cup chopped walnuts
>- cup chopped celery
Combine mayonnaise
and mustard; set aside
Mix together lemon
luiee and apples.
Stir in remaining
ingredients
including
the mustard
mature.
Makes 6-8
servings
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Synagogue News
TEMPLE SINAI
David Feldman pre-achool ia
now accepting registration for
the fall semester. Children 2'/i to
6 years of age are exposed to s
full secular school program. Our
facilities include a fenced in
playground and classrooms
equipped with materials to
encourage a child's social,
emotional and academic growth
and development. Please call
Elaine Herring, preschool
director, at 920-8677, for more
information and a tour of the
school.
Temple Sinai bargain boutique
is open for business Monday
thru Friday, from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. All proceeds go to reduce
the temple mortgage. When you
do your spring cleaning, think of
the boutique for all your old
furniture, TV's, dishes, pots,
pans and bric-a-brac. Pick up
service is available and tax
credit will be given.
TEMPLE SOLEL
May 10 Family Night
Shabbat Worship Service at 7:30
p.m.
May 11 Senior Youth
Group presents an in-
troduction to SOLTY & SEFTY.
Open to 8th-12th grade at 3
p.m.; Temple Solel Plays Trivia
at 8 p.m.
May 17 High School
Graduation at 8:15 p.m.
May 24 Sisterhood
Installation at 8:15 p.m.
May 26 1985 Confirmation
at 7:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AHM
Registration for Summer
Camp Chai is still in progress.
For further informaton please
call 431-6100.
Reservations are being taken
for our Shabbat Dinner which
will be held on May 81.
Early Registration is now
being taken for our Religious
School, which goes from PEP to
Confirmation.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OFMIRAMAR
The Men's Club will sponsor a
Mother's Day Breakfast on
Sunday morning, May 12 at 9:30
a.m. All mothers, grandmothers,
and spouses are invited to attend
as guests of Men's Club. A noon,
the drawing will take place for
the temple's raffle. First prize is
an Apple Computer; 2nd Prize, a
weekend cruise for two; third
prize, a color television.
The Temple Board will meet
Tuesday evening at 8 p.m.
Friday Evening Services (May
17) will take place at 8 p.m. with
Rabbi Raphael C. Adler con-
ducting and Cantor Joseph
Wichelewski chanting the
liturgy. Installation of Officers
for Temple and Men's Club will
take place during the services.
Guest Installing Officers will be
State Representative Fred
Lippman. The Temple Board to
be installed is as follows:
President, Leonard Schneider;
Executive Vice President, Frank
Lemer; Fund Raising Vice
President, John Greenfield;
Religious Vice President, Dr.
Arnie Feiner; Membership Vice
President, Dan Pearlman;
Educational Vice President,
Eleanor Sapolsky; Treasurer,
Dr. David Morris; Recording
Secretary, Steven J. Goldman;
Corresponding Secretary,
Barbara Gorod; Directors:
Martin Barasch, Myron Fisher,
Carl Goldman, Frances Kravetz.
Men's Club Board to be in-
stalled are: President, Arthur
Siegel; 1st V.P., Seymour
Berzofsky; 2nd V.P., Robert
Shaw; 3rd V.P., Morris Gold-
berg; Treasurer, Sam Kravetz;
Recording Secretary, Sol Zucker;
Corresponding Secretary, David
Rou ten berg; Directors: Myron
Fisher, Sheldon Miller, Sam
Dantowiu, William J. Bierman.
Couples celebrating wedding
anniversaries during the month
of May will be specially honored
and recite the Anniversary
Prayer. Heather Brown wifi
participate in conducting the
services as part of the
celebration of her Bat Mitzvah.
A Gala Oneg Shabbat will
conclude the services.
Temple Israel plans a weekend
Retreat on May 31-June 2 at
Hollywood Lakes Country Club
and Inn. Accommodations are
limited to the first 100
registrants. For complete in-
formation and-or reservations,
please call the temple office, 961-
1700
TEMPLE BETH EL
On Friday evening, May 24,
Erev Shavuot, which com-
memorates the season of the
giving of the Torah, the Con-
firmation class of the 10th grade
students of the Religious School
of Temple Beth El, will par-
ticipate in a special ceremony, at
which time they will be con-
secrated and confirm their
commitment to Judaism and the
Jewish people. They will be
presented with Bibles and
Shabbat Manuals by the
Sisterhood and Brotherhood v
Prior to the Service at 8 p.m.,
the Confirmands and their
families will gather in the Tobin
Auditorium at 6 p.m., for a
Shabbat dinner.
On Saturday, May 26, the
Confirmation Ceremony will
start promptly at 8 p.m., and
there will be no seating for 16
minutes. This inspiring and
beautiful ceremony links the
generations, each to each, and
serves as the vehicle for Jewish
survival and the perpetuation of
the Jewish faith. The first
Confirmation exercises in
Judaism were held in 1810 at the
Jewish Academy in Kassel,
Germany, established by the
Reform Pioneer, Israel Jacobson.
In the early days fo the Reform
Movement of Judaism, Con-
firmation was instituted as a
supplement to the traditional
Bar-Bat Mitzvah Ceremony m
was usually held two or thi
years later whan it was fcit!
students were better prepared!
make an intelligent commit
celebration to Judaism n
Jeffrey Berks, son of i>^
Mrs Jerome Berke; Sar. Ru?
Klein; Merritt Garin Kn, *
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard fcT
Elisss Miller daughter 0fJ'
and Mrs. Jack Shapiro; Stew.
Jay Rocker, son of Mr. and M
Stanley Rocker; Michael RoJ
son of Suzi Roeen and Erroi
SrsLift ^- *"**** i
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Selia Thi
students are to be congratuWj
on reaching this milestone 3
their fives and share in the pride
that their parents feel. The
public is cordially invited to
attend the Confirmation Service.
Temple Sinai preschool registration
Temple Sinai is once again
providing the community with
the service of a Pre-School
Center. This year the school is
extended through Kindergarten
age.
Mrs. Elaine Herring, who has
an excellent background in early
childhood education, is the
director of the program. She has
taught Sunday School at Temple
Sinai for 14 years and was
Director of Early Childhood for
the camp at Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center for
many years.
She is a grandmother of three
and when she talks about her
"little children," you don't know
whether she means her own
grandchildren or her pre-
schoolers, because her face lights
up about both.
The facilities at Temple Sinai
are particularly excellent for a
preschool, because the
classrooms are contained in a
separate building that is in a
fenced-in play area. The children
are closely supervised and there
is a small student-teacher ratio.
The program, while geared to
the needs of the individual child,
will include the study of nature
and science, the understanding
of the world around them,
holidays, customs and
ceremonies and of course
Shabbat.
Aggressive
Fixed Income
Strategies
For The
Substantial
Investor
Advest
Capital
r
Ixed income investments, whether tax
exempt, government, or corporate bonds,
are no longer investments to be put away
and forgotten. Sinking funds, call dates,
changes In ratings, when to buy and, just
as important, when to sell are all consid-
erations which must be monitored
constantly.
If you are a substantial investor, call for
an appointment to discuss how, together,
we can best manage your money.
Chuck V.Austin, Jr.
Managing Director
(Former Sr. Trust Officer
Bank of Hallandale & Trust Co.)
Mark R. Fried
Vice President, Advest, Inc.
Richard M. Knee
Vice President, Advest, Inc.
Advest, Inc.
1100 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale, FL 33009
Broward: 454-4227 / 456-1800
Dade: 949-9740
A Division of Advest, Inc., a registered Investment
advisor and New York Stock Exchange member firm.
Temple Sinai preschool students twist cholla dough to make
Supervised trips to the zoo,
Discovery Center and museums
are planned for the coming year.
The class hours will be 9 a.m.
to 12 noon, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Registration is now being
taken for the Fall. It is
suggested that you register your
child as soon as possible because
the classes are kept small.
You are most welcome to call
and make an appointment to
visit the school and meet Mrs.
Herring. The address is 1201
Johnson Street, Hollywood. The
phone numbers are 920-8676 and
920-1577.
*
Candle Lighting Time
May 10 7:39 p.m.
May 17 7:42 p.m.
Bcligious directory
ORTHODOX
C*BTKrtUa Lev! Yltschok Lubavltch, 1286 E. Holland*]* B**ch Blvd..
Hallandale; 468-1877. Rabbi Rafael Tennenhaus Daily *ervlces 7:M a.m., N
minute* before sundown; Sabbath services. 5:18 p.m.; Sabbath morning,
o'clock; Sundays. 8:S0 a.m. Religious school; Grades in. Nursery school
Monday through Friday.
Young Israel of Hollywood S381 Stirling Road; 6-7877. Rabbi Edward'
Davis. Dally services, 7:30a m. sundown, Sabbath services, one hour before
sundown: Sabbath morning. So'clock; Sunday, 8*m
CONSERVATIVE
Hallandale Jewish Center 416 NE 8th Ave.; 484-6100. Rabbi Carl Klein.
Daily service*. 8:30 a.m.. 6:30 p.m.; Sabbath 8 p.m.; Sabbath morning.
8:48 a.m.
Temple Beta Shalom 1400 N 46th Ave., Hollywood; 681-6111. R*bbl Morton
Malavsky Dally services. 7:48 a.m.. sundown, Sabbath evening, 8:
o'clock; Sabbath morning, 8 o'clock. Religious school: Klndargartan-8.
Vassals Bath Ahm-8780 Stirling Road, Hollywood; 481-8100. Rabbi Avrsharo
Kapnek Services dally 8 m ; Sabbath 8 p.m.; Sabbath morning 8:48 *.m.
Religious School: Nursery. Bar Mltrvah, Judalca High School
Temple Israai *f Miramax 6890 8W 88th 8t; 881-1700. Rabbi RphJ
Adler Dally services, 8:80 a.m.; Sabbath. 8 p.m.; Sabbath morning, 8:48
o'clock. Religious School: pre-klndergarten-8
SSaal- 1301 Johnson St. Hollywood: 830-1677. Rabbi Richar^
Margolls. 8 p.m.; Sabbath morning, 6 a.m. Religious school: Pr*-
Undergarten J udalca High School
REFORM
Temple B*th El 1881 8. 14th Ave., Hollywood; 630-8136. Rabbi Samuel Z
Jafl*. Sabbath evening 8 p.m. Sabbath morning 11 a.m R*Uglou school
Grades K-10.
Temple B**h [owt Pembroke Pine* General Hospital auditorium,
University Drive. Pembroke Pin**: 431*638 R*bbl Bennett Qreenspon.
Sabbath service*, 8 18 p.m Religious school: Pre-klndergarter,-10
Teeapie S*M 6100 Sheridan St., Hollywood: 686-0308 Rabbi Robert P
FraHn. Sabbath services. 8:18 p.m.; Sabbath morning. 10:80 o'clock
Religious school: Pre-school-U
RE CONSTRICTION 1ST
Raaaat Shalom 11801 W Broward Blvd.. Plantation 473-8600. RabblElllot
Skldell Sabbath services, 8 18 p.m. Religious school: Pr*-klndergarten-


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1 Temple Sinai students what Israel Bonds accomplish.
Dor L'Dor committee members: from left: Rochelle Koenig, Bonnie Weinreb, co-chairpersons;
Arthur Marcus, guest speaker for April 28 event; Sehna Hopen, chairman; Sandra Ross,
Director of Education, JFSB.
Dor L'Dor event brings children, seniors together
Dor L'Dor is an innovative
immunity program developed
r the purposes of fostering
tlelameds" or teachers to relate
feir knowledge and experiences
Jewish youth. The program is
jonsored by the Education
lommittee of the Jewish
federation of South Broward,
lider the direction of Sandra
loss. The Committee is chaired
i Selma Hopen, who conceived
e idea for the program, and her
jto co-chairmen, Rochelle
loenig and Bonnie Weinreb.
] This firat interaction day, held
April 28, was organized by
isalind Seidel, Director of
Pouth Education at Temple
linai. Attending were children of
he Paul B. Anton Religious
K-ho.il at Temple Sinai, many
ents of these children, and
rlelameds.
Overall response of those who
rended seemed very favorable.
activities chosen were ex-
tent ideas and the leadership
all the activities were won-
lerful in the spirit presented,
pformation conveyed and the
eve) presented to the children.
In wi parents agreed that they
pjoyed and learned a lot at this
tent.
The theme chosen, a
Celebration of Yom H'atzmot,
ovided a perfect basis for
|itroduction to the Dor L' Dor
ogram: Those of varied ages,
panning three generations,
pming together to appreciate
prael, symbol of our Jewish
eritage and hope of the future.
The morning began with
tings from Sehna Hopen.
Ivery child was asked to write a
"kvittel" (a small prayer note),
which Selma will personally take
to the Western Wall in Israel.
This personal connection with
Israel was a beautiful way to
begin the day.
The next speaker, Arthur
Marcus, explained his family's
association with the building of
the state of Israel and the Israel
bond program.
The imaginary flight,
presented by Bonnie Weinreb,
was so well described that one
could feel that one was on the
way to Israel.
The next activity was a slide
show about Jews in the Soviet
Union presented by Elaine
Pittell. Elaine's slides of her
experiences in Russia were well
chosen, depicting life of Jews
living there. Her narration was
both interesting and stimulating.
The presentation, made even
more real with a tape recording,
disposed the listeners to sym-
pathize with the plight of the
SoViet Jews.
The children were then divided
into two groups for separate
activities: one was a clay-story
group; the other, a Yiddish
group.
Lastly, all joined together for
Israeli songs, food, and dancing
with a famous instructor of
Israeli dancing. The students
had learned dances during the
week and each class performed a
dance. It was heartwarming to
see the Melameds also join in on
the dancing.
A bounty of food and drink
were well organized and prepared
by an excellent committee
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headed by Florence Rosenthal
and Linda Margolis, both of
Temple Sinai. The falafals and
Jaffa oranges were a delicious
touch. Goody bags, stuffed by
Jack Riesel and Erica Shea,
parents from the Temple, were
an added bonus for the children.
Rabbi Margolis officially
welcomed evryone on behalf of
Temple Sinai, and shared his
well-wishes for the program. We
left feeling closer to Israel and
with warm feelings of heritage
and unity with the Jewish
people.
Jewish Family Service
holds annual meeting
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County will hold its
23rd Annual Meeting on
Wednesday, May 22, at 8 p.m. at
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, 2719 Hollywood Blvd.,
Hollywood.
Jewish Family Service
provides counseling for in-
dividuals, groups, families,
single parents, adolescents, and
a variety of offerings for senior
citizens. The agency also
sponsors a Medicare Information
Service, Family Life Education
programs, Information and
Referral, and a Resettlement
Program. Jewish Family Service
is a licensed adoption and foster
care agency. Officers are
maintained at 4517 Hollywood
Blvd., Hollywood; 3500 North
State Road 7, Fort Lauderdale;
and 1800 West Hillsboro Blvd.,
Deerfield Beach.
The Nominating Committee
will place the following names in
nomination for election to the
Board of Directors: Gladys
Daren, Judy Feldman, Jean
Rosenberg, Dr. George Lipton,
Howard Wacks, Debbie Hir-
schorn, David Sommer, Rabbi
Elliott Skidell, Dr. Linda
Benlolo, Peter Deutsch,
Charlotte Padek, Bobbie
Simonds, Jerome Gevirman,
Rabbi Richard Margolis, and
Philip Weisberg.
The following are board
members whose terms of office
will continue: Joseph Berkovits,
Steven Hersh, Libo Fineberg,
Florence Straus, Israel
Resnikoff, Herb Tolpen, Rabbi
Bennett Greenspon, Reuben
Schneider, Ben Dantzker, Dr.
Robert Dolgow, Lee Dreiling,
Felice Sincoff, Lynda Levin,
Merle Or love, Bern ice Goldstein,
and Dr. Steven Schacter.
The following have been
proposed for election as Officers:
Dr. David Sachs, President:
Norman Ostrau, First Vice
Sunrise S&L buys
$1 million Israel Bond
Robert C. Jacoby, President
and Chairman of the Board of
Sunrise Savings and Loan, and
the State of Israel Bonds an-
nounced recently that Sunrise
Savings and Loan has purchased
a $1 million financial instrument
in support of Israel's economic
development.
Rosemary Eckenrode,
Hallandale Assistant Branch
Manager, and Kelley Babcock,
Advertising and Public
Relations Administrator,
presented a check for $1 million
to the State of Israel Bonds.
Proceeds from the sale of State
of Israel bonds remain in the
United States and are used for
purchases to help develop
Israel's infrastructure and to
promote its industrial and
agricultural efforts.
"We are very pleased to grant
this loan for economic
development to the State of
Israel, stated Eckenrode. "We
are impressed that since the
State of Israel Campaign was
launched in 1961 dose to 7
billion dollars have been sold
throughout the free world. Israel
has repaid 3V4 billion dollars on
time, when the Bonds have come
due, and has never defaulted on
Syment to anyone since the
jnding of the State of Israel in
1948."
David Sklar, in acceptance of
the tl million check, emphasized
the deep appreciation of the
Israel Bond Committee to
Sunrise Savings and Loan in
making the purchase. "We are
pleased that Rosemary
Eckenrode and Sunrise Savings
and Loan are joining the more
than one million Americans who
have invested in the last 37
vears." said Harvey Fell.
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IN YOUR WILL
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President; Steven Fayne, Second
Vice President; Elaine Pittell,
Treasurer; and Dee Hahn,
Secretary. Additional
nominations for membership on
the Board may be made by
submitting a petition to be filed
with the Chairman of the
Nominating Committee, Elaine
Pittel, Jewish Family Service,
4517 Hollywood Blvd.,
Hollywood, 38021, one week
prior to the Annual Meeting.
The Annual Meeting is open to
the general community.
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County is a financial
recipient of United Way of
Broward County, Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, and the Jewish
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