The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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13 v. : ill. ;
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Hollywood, Fla

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Dec. 24, 1971 called no. 3 in masthead and no. 4 in publisher's statement; July 21, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Aug. 3, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Feb. 2, 1972 called no. 2 in masthead and no. 3 in publisher's statement; Apr. 26, 1974 called no. 9 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Aug. 2, 1974 called no. 5 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Aug. 4, 1972 called also v. 2, no. 19, and May 10, 1974 called also v. 4, no. 9, repeating numbering of previous issues.

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fcJemsti Florid fan
and SIMM AH OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
Volume 3 Number 5
Hollywood, Florida Friday, January 19, 1973
Price 20 cents
Campaign Chairman Issues Prog ress Report
At a meeting of the Executive
Committee of Greater Holly-
wood's Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, Herbert D. Katz, 1973 cam-
paign chairman, reported that
more than S5O0.OC0 has already
been counted in this year's cam-
paign. This figure, he said, is
particularly exciting inasmuch
a> organization of the campaign
has only recently been completed
and solicitation has hardly
started.
The campaign this year, Mr.
Katz revealed, will be divided
into six divisions covering every
possible member of the local
Jewish community. It will be set
up on both a dollar basis, with
various financial categories in
separate groupings, and on a
professional basis, with separate
committees in each of the many
businesses and professions. Other
groupings will take up the slack
in areas that will benefit from
other types of solicitation.
First of the six divisions will
be the Benefactors' Division
which has already started off
the campaign with one of the
most successful fund-raising din-
ners in the history of Federa-
tion. More than S290.000 was
raised at this function, Mr.
Katz's report showed.
Heading the Benefactors' Di-
vision will be Dr. Norman Atkin.
president of JWF. who will be
in charge of donors of $5,000 and
over, and Dr. Philip Weinstein
Jr., whose responsibility will
cover contributors of $1,000 and
more.
The second division mentioned
by Mr. Katz in his report will be
headed by Gerald Siegel, vice
president of JWF and cochair-
man of the 1973 campaign. It
is the Professional Division,
which will encompass all possi-
ble employed people plus organ-
ization members in any cate-
gory. Dr. Sheldon Willens, sec-
retary of Federation, will work
with Mr. Siegel in this division
concentrating on the organiza-
tions and temples, the metro-
politan portion of the group as
well as the wind-up Phon-a-
Thon campaign planned for the
campaign's end .
One of the most important di-
visions from the standpoint of
revenue expected is the Apart-
ment Division, organized under
the chairmanship of Melvin H.
Continued on Pag* 2
Women's Division Planning
All-Day Education Program
Dr. Allen Pollack, professor
of Russian history at Yeshiva
University and one of the world's
authorities on the problems of
Jews in the So-
viet Union, will
P^ 5 be the guest
W ^^^^ speaker at the
A all-day educa-
Hfch'llfe VV rational
gram of the
Leadership In-
stitute of the
Women's Divi-
sion of Jewish
Welfare Feder-
ation Thursday.
Feb. 1, at Tem-
ple Beth El.
will speak on
"Jews Around the World," but
will concentrate on the statas of
the Ssviet Jews, so much in the
news today.
The Women's Division pro-
gram is planned as a casual
gathering for the women of the
Dr. Po/lock
Dr. Pollack
community with Dr. Pollack
speaking to the group in the
morning. Following his presenta-
tion, there will be an informal
lunch, arranged so that discus-
sions can take place during the
meal.
The women will be divided in-
to groups of no more than 25
each and with a professional to
act as group Wader each group
will be able to engage in counter
discussion relative to the topic
of the day which is "Judaism
Is My Bag.''
Questions which will be used
by the individual group leaders
as starting places for discus-
sions relate to all phases of Jew-
ish life in addition to the topic
presented by Dr. Pollack. They
will include "What Does Juda-
ism Mean to Me?"; "What I
Like About Judaism"; "What I
Don't Like About Judaism" and
"What Do I Do About Being a
Jew?"
Dr. Pollack is an executive
with the World Zionist Organi-
zation, a former national secre-
tary of Habonim Labor Zionist
Youth and a member of the
Labor Zionist Organization of
America.
He is the author of many pub-
lications on Soviet Jewry and
was instrumental in the estab-
lishment of American Professors
for Peace in the Middle East.
Dr. Pollack attended the Rus-
sian Institute of Columbia Uni-
versity, was a visiting fellow at
the Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute.
University of Leningrad, and re-
ceived his doctorate from Prince-
ton University.
He is a former professor of
Russian history at the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh and has writ-
ten extensively on the early role
of Jews in the Communist Party
and the relationship of Jewish
Continued on Page 7-
Siegel Appoints
Prominent Men
\
Gerald Siegel, cochairman of
the 1973 Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion campaign and chairman of
its Metropolitan Division, has
announced the appointment
of many prominent men in
the community to positions in
his division. Each of these men
are leaders in their professions
and will head divisions of which
they themselves are a part.
Serving as chairmen of the
Physician's Division will be Dr.
Philip Weinstein Jr. and Dr.
Joel Schneider. Dr. Weinstein is
a vice president of Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and a long-time
worker for its causes. Dr. Sch-
neiden holds the position of
treasurer in the Young Lead-
ers Council of Federation and
has become one of its most ac-
tive supporters.
Heading up the Dentist's Di-
vision will be Dr. Samuel Me-
line president of the Young
Leaders Council and winner of
this year*.,- Young Leader Award.
The Attorney's Division will
be led by Errol Rosen, a promi-
nent young attorney who is a
vice president of the Young
Leaders Council of JWF. Mark
Fried, vice president in charge
of Youth Development for the
Federation's Young Leaders
Council, will be in charge of a
division that will include ac-
countants, stockbrokers, optom-
etrists, veterinarians, podiatrists,
insurance agents and bankers.
In the building industry. Abe
Durbin, one of the most promi-
nent builders in the area who is
president of Temple Solel, will
organize his fellow builders.
Dr. Sheldon Willens, secretary
of Jewish Welfare Federation,
will work with Mr. Siegel on the
Organization and Temple Divi-
sions as well as the Metropoli-
tan and Phon-a-Thon Divisions.
In the Organization and Tem-
ple Division, D.r Ron Levitats
will be in charge, with Barry
Holeve in charge of the Metro-
politan and Phon-a-Thon Di-
visions.
JDL Leader
Will Be
Prosecuted
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rabbi
Meir Kahane, leader of the Jew-
ish Defense League, definitely
will be prosecuted on criminal
charges stemming from two un-
related offenses, the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency has learned.
One charge relates to al-
leged attempts by the JDL to
smuggle amis out of Israel for
a private war on Arab terrorints
in Europe. The other concerns
Kahane's letters to Arab fami-
lies on the West Bank demand-
ing that they get out of the
country because It belongs to
the Jews.
A senior official of the Minis-
try of Justice told the JTA that
Kahane would probably be
charged under the sedition laws
for writing the letters. He said
the sedition laws, which are part
of Israel's criminal code, pre-
clude sowing hatred between dif-
ferent sections of the popula-
tion.
Melvin Baer, Herbert Katz, Gerald Siegel
News Briefs
Dutch Government Recognizes E. Germany
AMSTERDAM (JTA) The Dutch government has recognized
East Germany and ambassadors will be exichanged shortly between
the two countries. The establishment of diplomatic relations was
"independent" of current talks on compensation for Dutch-owned
factories nationalized by East Germany and "unrelated" to talks on
reparations for Dutch war victims, the announcement said.
Resignations, Reprimands Expected
JERUSALEM (JTA) Knowledgeable sources say that "heads
will roll" here as a result of the seizure of the Israeli Embassy in
Bangkok Dec. 28 by four armed Arab terrorists who held six
Israelis hostage for 19 hours before they were persuaded to release
them unharmed. The sources said that resignations would be de-
manded from certain officials responsible for the security of Israeli
missions abroad because of the ease with which the terrorists en-
tered and took over the embassy.
Goren Publishes Langer Ruling
JERUSALEM (WNS) Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren has pub-
lished his controversial ruling clearing Hanoch and Miriam Langer
of the taint of bastardy. The ruling cited four halachic grounds on
which the rabbi contends the Langers were free to marry their
fiances: no evidence their mother's first husband, Avraham Boro-
kowsky, was properly converted to Judaism; even if he was, his
reversion to Christian practices afterwards nullified his conversion;
no evidence that Mrs. Langer was ever married to Borokowsky;
even if they were married, Borokowsky's divorce of her after she
remarried and bore children by her second husband, nullified the
original marriage bond.
Record National Budget Adopted
JERUSALEM (JTA) A record IL 19.8 billion national budget
for 1973-74 emphasizing social services and economic development
has been submitted to the Knesset. If approved, the budget will go
into effect April 1, the start of the new fiscal year. It reflects the
increased rate of immigration, the growing costs of absorbing the
newcomers and mounting needs in the areas of health, education
and social welfare, but the military portion of the budget continued
to decline in relation to the total budget. Military defense expendi-
tures will rise by only seven per cent and will account for 35.8*/o
of the national budget compared to 39.81 for fiscal 1971-72 and
421 in 1970-71
Sen. Jackson Aids Soviet Family
WASHINGTON" (JTA> Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D-Wash.)
has succeeded in obtaining a waiver of an exit fee of nearly S10.000
which Soviet authorities had imposed on a Jewish citizen. Alexander
Malchik, who sought to join his American wife and 2-year-old
daughter in the United States. A letter from Soviet Ambassador
Anatoly Dobrynin, delivered by hand to the senator's office assured
him of Malehiks release. Malchik's American wife, the former
Laulette Hanson, sought Jackson's help in obtaining the release
of her husband after months of diplomatic effort failed and re-
peated pleas by the U.S. Embassy in Moscow were ignored by the
Soviet authorities. Mrs. Malchik is a Russian-language specialist at
the University of Washington.


Page 2
*'Jn*ist> IT Friday, January 19, 197G
Campaign Chairman
Issues Progress Report
Continued from Page l>
Baer, cochairman of the JWF
campaign.
In this division, vi < chairmen
have ahead} started work on
the individual buildings with
building heai< already selected
in most cases. ~Vm- Apartment
Division, which contributed more
thin BMOjOOO to the 197a cam-
paign, is expected to make an
even more substantial contribu-
tion to the over-all oanpalgn
t hi- year due in part to tilt con-
tinually expanding numbers of
apartment house residents -and
in runt to the increasing aware-
ness and involvement of these
raaMsnts which has been pro-
moted by Federation in the pa*-t
few war-.
The Women's Division, which
aan be tanned Division Four, is
iiivlrr the leadership of Mrs.
Martha Tobin. and is presently
mi.kins on new ideas that will
InvHvc all the women i>: the
Jewish community.
Mary Zinn, Joyce Roaman,
Jun< fJordon, Marion Nevins,
Sylvia Mwiter and Susan Mile
all outstanding naombem of the
Hollywood community, will work
in different areas to set up an
interesting group of programs
for women beginning at the end
>: this month and continuing
throrgh March They will culmi-
nate In an i vening evenl w hi ;h
boenuge of the noveltj of it' ?on-
ti m .in I 'v culIon i- exoecti I
in inehide an I Interest the en-
tire community,
Robei i Bi...... .i wish Welfare
K< rl< ation's treasui ei. has
- 'c U l in h l up the Parlor
Mot Division, ivhich con-
a1 on setting up meet-
oi small ;roui of men,
acquaint*1^ 'hem with th < oam-
i 'i 'ii and asking their coop m-
tii in I'mtherins ii- aims. This
-1 ,\as Inaugural I within
the :. i an and haf : ,,
to be a si u .....I
itin ; prosp rtive donors in
Is ol the can ai i i.
"Onerat'.on Up-Gra le" i- the
tin......' the sixth division of
th 1973 campaign according t.i
"> I '-., rono-t. ft i 11 h
headed by Dr. Samuel Mehne,
prcsidcul of the Young Leaders
Council of JWF.
Function of this division is lo
bring Fod< ration campaign lead-
ers from other cities into Holly-
wood to speak to potential con-
tributors on a one-to-one basis.
In 1972, the first year that this
method was attemnted, it was
: discovered that when approached
; on a man-to-man kail I, often
men from similar business fields
1 of endeavor, local men tended
i to increase their involvements.
In summarizim; his report.
M Katz voiced the opinion that
this year's campaign is destined
to be the bet in Federation's
history. "Never before," said Mr.
Kalz, "have we been so well or-
ganized with so many comm'tted
jieoiile involved in our work. In
this year of '7.T when the needs
of Israel and the needs of our
local agencies have increased
stTononskeatly, it is gratifying
thai s" many enthusiastic men
and women have come to the
forefront to help us attain our
announced goal of $1.5 million.
There :s no question in my mind
that with th.- cooperation and
hard work of all these people
we will attain it."
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R i' lolsema sei b I
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Additional performances wfl
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Cast of the show, both profes
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Atty. Gen. Shevin
Guest Speaker At
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Fiona's Attorney General. Rob
day, at S p.m., in Temnle Beth
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Presiding officr will be Mrs.
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clu w o ;: book "The
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Mrs. Ann Ackerman. Mrs, IK
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*Mf*it fhrSdli3ir aT"* Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, January 19. 197"
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Number 5
16 SHE'/AT 5733
1M rifles Set Example
''-an airports is a
and the
Thai government recently in
i" should alt d example foi
rid in frustrating Arab terrorists on what-
rate.
Bolstered by Israel's determination not to be black-
Black September" demands, the
-vn the way to prevent the kind
Eigedy which has cast a shadow en the ability of many
ns to handle terrorism cf this kind. The Thais were
aware of I, 9licy of not dealing with the ter-
ad of the courage of the hostages and, unlike the
C -.man authorit.es, utilized every avenue of diplomacy to
iiee them without less of life.
One new factor which has come to light is the action
San ambassador, obviously supported behind
)S by his government, in entering the negotiations
the terrorists. It may be that the Arab governments,
)ite their open opposition to moves to have the United
ns seriously consider the problem, have finally reccg-
crt 'Black September" terrorism can be as danger-
security as they are to Israel.
We Must Mat Forget
The easing of tensions in the world, such as the treaty
East end West Germany, is always to be desired,
bat the Communist East German
* to refuse to make restitution to the
: wsecution, or even, as has the Bonn gov-
lity for the crimes committed
h people. The venomous tone it hes used
Israel, greater than any of the others in the Soviet
one wonder if the Nazis are still not in control
:at soiry segment of Germany.
As g sidelight to the worldwide moves
j] recognition of the East German government,
- we Dut< i is impressive. From !he
he nest conservative, including the off] i '
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e program plan to reproduce them at an
the new Congress. The bills wore intro-
duced too late for action in the last Congress.
Although five of the 76 senators who cosponsored Sen.
Henry Jackson's amendment last year to the East-West
Trade Act have not returned, the 51 votes needed for pas-
sage are assured by a comfortable margin. The House
count is still short of a majority, but most observers believe
that it will be there once the Jackson bill passes the Senate.
Continued pressure on our government and legislators,
as well as in other world capitols, remains a priority ac-
tion for Jews concerned with the fate of Soviet Jewry and
their tight for freedom. The economic pressure which the
Jackson-Vanick bills implies is only one part of that struggle.
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world refutation grew, his wari-
ness shrank, especially in inter-
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ed, but his ebullient ego could not
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sonal n latior
without scuttling thi pat m
itself. Nixon made it clear.
after his 197- victory, thai h
wished the res1 of the government
could function according to th
Kissinger model in foreign policy.
He is unlikely to throw away the
greatest successes of his first term
baeausn of iiis aide's vanity.
AM) KISSINOEK* He has told
interviewers, including this writer,
nI his doubts al>out continuing an-
other four years. He felt that the
new procedures should not depend
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for parsons. It is like condemning
a painter because he is drawn to
colors. Power is what foreign po -
Icy begins with but not ends
with. It must end with welfare, a
frame of order, peace.
The real count against Kissinger
from several quarters, is that, i'
ending the cold war. he has stolen
the thunder of the left to help a
Conservative President. It is a
crime tor which history is likely
to forgive him.
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APPOfNTFfS TO METROPOLfTAN D/VISfON Of
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This season ol the year always makes me think of parties -
or -oin- to them ana of giving them. So far, I. personally haven'1
gotten around to giving one but I'm mighty happy thai some of
my friends are more ambitious and have invited me. as I sure
have enjoyed going to them.
For example on New Years Eve there were a host of gath-
erings and I started off the evening at the lovely home of Gloria
and Stan f'.reenspun. Always gracious and hospitable. Gloria
and Stan were entertaining a large group of so-called "snow-
birds." Those are escaoees from the wintry North down for the
winter months to enjoy our sunny climate. There were a tre-
mendous group of loealites that means all of us who arc
smart enough to live here year round. Anyway, we all con-
verged on the Greenspun homestead to wish them a Happy
New Year and to partake of their hospitality.
On I he Greenspun guest list that night were the Jesse Fines.
Dorothy was at her anticipatory best telling us alxnit her im-
pending Russian trip. She's traveling with two other Hollywood
Gals. Natalie Heiden and Clarice Mann Pell. I just hO]>e they
all manage to find winter woolies, 'cause from what I hear
it'll be plenty cold over there.
Other Hollywooilites enjoying the hospitality were Celina
and In' FMtman, Sue and Harry Permesly, Sandy and Joan Sto-
lov\ Floret te and Dave Aranow, Audrey and Bernie Spiritis,
Sylvia and Bill Liiwnan. Inez and Cal I.inda. Rosalyn and Joel
RottnKin and many many more most of whom we met again
at the breakfast party at Rita and Bill Illowit's.
And believe me the New Year's Day morning parly at the
Illowits' is becoming a Hollywood tradition. It's always great
after a night ol imbibing to make this last stop in the festivities
and share the start of the new year with Rita and Bill and all
their friends. Working on bagels and nova were Rita's sister and
brother-in-law Esther and Allan Gordon and Rita and Esther's
mother. Mary Zinn. Mary really looked "smashing" as they say.
Some of their many friends who made the party Inculdi I
Rosemaris Yeslow, also looking great, Florence and Howard
Fuerst, Gloria and Al Sherman, Dorothj and Mae Kline. Ann
and Al Vorra. Hilda and Hy Corn. (1 wish I had brought a pencil
and paper so I would be able to remember some more of the
group.'* As I looked around I made note of the fact thai many
e have joined the "thin" ranks including Iwth Al Yon a and
Hy Corn both sylph-like thai i>. if you can call males sylph-
like. Anyway. I hope with all the great food and relaxing atmos-
pherc none of them went off the wagon the food wagon, I
mean. It just might be that we'll all wind up at Weight Watch-
ers yet with all this partying!::'.
BITS AM) PIECES! A group of local Dolphin fans went
out to California for the Super Bowl. The group included the An
tons, the Fuersts.- the Raers and the Rottmans They're
forming a Little Theatre Group at Temple Solel and are looking
for members from among their t< mple membership Susie
R n. Ruth Kerbel, Marsha Tobin. Susan Stone, Elaine Fleisher
and Karen Lembeck spent an afternoon recently addressing
those fantastic invitations to the Feb. 1 all-day program of the
Women's Division of Federation, The day's program is being plan-
ned by Nancy Atkin and Marty Jacobson with the help of Gail
Cohen, Susan Miller and Ina Linda ... Did you catch the per-
formance of the Habimah Players at the Temple Beth El lunch-
eon? These gals get hotter all the time, so don't miss an oppor-
tunity to Bee them in their new presentation called "Passport to
Promi* The performers include Sylvia Berman, Evelyn Blum-
enthal and Elaine Ruda doing the singing; Telsa Bahek and
Bunny Goldstein do the commentary and Deeva Solove accom
panies the group on the piano. Unbelievable!!
DR. JOtl SCHWDtR
DR. PHILIP WEINSTHN JR.
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Hollywood Hills ORTPIans Varied Events
The Hollywood Hills Chapter of I ORT hat "rated since 192"
Women's American ORT Is hold- and is now the larzesl women's
Ing a membership tea al 8 p.m. and is now the largi : organization
or ''".'' day. Jan, 23, al the home' in nearly -in nations supporting the
ol Mis. Eugene White, i-1 0 Hayes | global creed thai man is besl aid I
Circle, Hollywood. Anyone wishing I by being helped to become inde-
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Ralph Rose, membership cochair-
Tl e hapter 111 hold a "Spring
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Jan. 26.
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*An*f* Fkrkftofl "d Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, January 19, 1973
I
Temple Beth Shalom Rabbi
Consecrates New Members
Temple Beth Shalom dedicated) Jg^S^SaS&'SE'Si
a recent Friday evening service to Mrs. Norman Mininberx. Mr. and Mrs.
the consecration of members who! Me'vln N*8*eiroth Mr and Mrs. David
. ..... ... .. Rader. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kavlt-
nave attlliated With the temple sky. Mrs. Sam RiKbenc. Mr. and Mrs.
during the past year. Dr. Morton' Theodore Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
, r.t*:. .. i.. m j i Rosenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Malavsky, spiritual leader, and Kuderman.
Cantor Irving Gold, assisted' by
the adult choir, officiated.
The honor of opening the ark
at the beginning of the 8:15 p.m.
service was given to Dr. Samuel
Meline. membership chairman and I siskind. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith
' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Soowal. Mr. and
JWB's Regional Consultant To Confer With Local JWF Leaders
Sol Greenfield, regional consult-
ant for the Jewish Welfare Board
in Atlanta, Ga.. will confer with
the leadership of Greater Holly-
wood's Jewish Welfare Federation
Thursday and Friday, Jan. 25 and
26, at the local Federation offices
it has been announced. The topic
Also Mr. and Mrs. IJonel Samuel-
son. Miss Frances Schafer, Mr. and
Mrs. .Marvin Schechter, Mr. and Mrs.
I. Robert Sch lancer. Dr. and Mrs. Joel
A. Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Georfje
Shepard. Mrs. Rose Shifrln. Mrs. Su-
canne K. Shifrln. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
vice president of the congrega-
tion. The candlelighting prayer
was offered by Mrs. Jerome Fried-
man, Sisterhood president.
New members and their families
were honored at the Oneg Shab-
bat following services. Among
tho9e who had affiliated during
1972 were:
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Appel. Mr.
and' Mrs. Daniel W. Ashley. Mr. and
Mrs. M. Michael Bachman, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Bardasrh. Mr. and Mrs. |
Isadore Barowsky. Dr. and Mrs. Karl
Barron, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baslst, i
Mr. and Mrs. Ell B. Benrer. Mr. and;
Mrs. Phillip Blaise, Mrs. Helen C- '
Blank, Mrs. Myrnalee Bloom. Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Bober. Dr. and Mrs. Bur- j
ton Bochakoff. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard i
K. Bookman. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bud- |
ney. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cohen. Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Eisenberir. Mr. and
Mrs. Hy Emery. Mrs. Gloria Farber, I
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Feinberg and
lira, Rose Feldman.
Also Mrs. Joanne Feuerman. Mr. '
and Mrs. Gus Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. I
Allan I. Freedman. Mr. and Vr.s How-
ard A. Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Gerard. Dr. and Mrs. Hubert H. Un-
ion. Mr. and Mrs Seymour Goldstein.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Gottlieb.
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Gronowetter. Mr
and Mrs. Carl Gross, Mr anil Mrs.
Irwln Hnnkin, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Herzlin*er, Dr. and Mrs. Philip A.,'
H'.nians, Dr. and Mrs. Howard M. I
Israel Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacob*, -
Mrs Ma Kallsh. Mr. and Mrs. .Man
J. Kamins, Mrs. Jeanette s K
Mr and Mrs Morton .1 Katl ami .Mr.
and Mrs. Robert N. Kerl.el.
Also Mr. and .Mrs. l/rnv Koross,
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Landsberft, Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon ueventhal. Dr. ami
Mrs Lawrence Levin, Mr. ami Mrs.
Lawrence Levlnson, Mr. and Mrs
Howard Mand.-l. Mr. ami Mrs, Larry
Rabins and Cohen
To Receive Israel
Atzmaiit Award
Two Hollywood residents will
receive the coveted State of Israel
Atzmaut (Independence* Award at
the Hillcrest Country Club-Israel
Dinner of State Jan. 28 at the
HMcrest Country Club.
Dinner chairman Samuel Sher-
wood has announced that William
G. Rabins and Thomas Cohen were
chosen to receive the award be-
cause of their "leadership as indi-
viduals and their united efforts on
behalf of many Israel-oriented
causes."
William Rabins is first vice presi-
dent of Hillcrest Country Club and
is active in many civic and reli-
gious organizations in the commu-
nity. He is a past vice president of
B'nai B'rith, Rocklyn Lodge, and
past director of Temple B'nai Sho-
lom, Rockville Center, N.Y. In
1972. Mr. Rabins served as chair-
man of the first Hillcrest Country
Club-Israel Dinner of State. He is
currently director of Temple Solel.
Hollywood, and president of Hill-
crest B'nai B'rith Lodge.
Thomas Cohen is a past presi-
dent of Congregation Shaari Is-
rael. Brooklyn. N.Y.. past presi-
dent of Brooklyn Region ZOA.
chairman of the Speakers Bureau,
president of Hillcrest Lodge B'nai
B'rith and vice president of the
Broward-Palm Beach Council.
B'nai B'rith.
The Hillcrest Country Club din-
ner, which is under the auspices
of the Hollywood Israel Bond Or-
ganization, begins with a recep-
tion at 6:30 p.m. Leo Balkln and
Al Tasner are cochairmen of the
dinner, and Benjamin Green heads
the hosts committee.
Classes At Beth El
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe, spiritual
leader of Temole Beth El, Holly-
wood, conducts a class in begin-
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on Mondays at 9:30 a.m., and his
series on "What Can a Modern
Jew Believe?" on Mondays at 8
p.m. in the chapel lounge.
Mrs. Albert Stark, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
St. in. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey K
Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strauss.
Mrs. Susan Swissman, Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin P. Taubman. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Robert Tavlln. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Te*er. Dr. and Mrs. Donald R. Tonkin.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Ullman, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Wexler. Mr. and Mrs. Ku-
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Mr. Greenfield is also expected
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+Jewlsl> ncrkOaff "d Shofar of Hollywood
1
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* Chief Rabbis9
Feud Worsens
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
feud between Israel's two chief
rabbis worsened this week when
Sephardlc Chief Rabbi Ovadia
Yosef charged that he was
"duped" into signing the mar-
riage certificate of Hanoch
Langer.
T-anger and his sister. Miriam,
were freed from the taint of bas-
tardy last month in a contro-
versial ruling by Ashkenazic
Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren and
a court of nine dayanim (rab-
binical judges) which Dermltted
them to marry their fiances.
The ruling areatod a furore
In the right-wing Orthodox cir-
cle*. RabM Yoaef has avoided
the opprobrium heaped on Rabbi
Goren by dfewoclating himself
from the rating although he haa
not publicly criticized It. He
was obviously infuriated Friday
when a newspaper published a
photocopy of the marriage cer-
tificate on which his signature
was clearlv visible.
Rabbi Yosef in a statement
issued Monday claimed that the
certificate had somehow been
slipped among the scores of mar-
riage certificates he signs each
week and that he signed it un-
knowingly. He hinted that Rabbi
Goren's hand was behind the
alleged subterfuge and demand-
ed a commission of inquiry to
find out how the certificate
came to his desk and who pa
it on to the press.
Rahhi Yosef tore the certifi-
cate to shreds in a fit of anuer
when it was brought to hiiv by
Pinhas Sheinman, chairman of
the Tel Aviv Religious Council.
A new certificate will be is-
sued and signed by Rabbi Goren.
Rabbi Yosef is in an anomo-
lous position. Although he de-
scribes himself as a moderate
in the interpretation of Hala?ha
NCJW Marks
80th Anniversary
The week of Jan. 14-21 marks
the 80th anniversary of the found-
ing of National Council of Jewish
Women in 1893.
During this 80 years dedicated
women have worked to improve
our country"s government, our
health and welfare services, and
our schools, with particular em-
phasis on day care centers and
justice for children."
To Israel. NCJW sends television
sets, clothing and educational ma-
terials for kindergartens, and has
recently pledged $1 million for the
education of the disadvantaged in
Israel.
The National Council of Jewish
Women is 100,000 members strong,
and in Hollywood and Hallandale
it has over 700 menvbers, all dedi-
cated to the ideals of its founders,
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(religious law) he was a member
of the Rabbinical Supreme Court
bench which in 1969 upheld the
earlier ruling of a Petach Tivka
rabbinical court that the Langer
children were "mamzerim" (il-
legitimates). His open feud with
Rabbi Goren Is regarded by
many Israelis as scandalous.
Women's Division Planning
All-Day Education Program
Continued from Page 1-
Labor and the Russian Revolu-
tionary Movement.
After Kinch, the Habimah Play-
ers, long-time Hollywood favor-
ites will present a new produc-
tion entitled "Passport to Prom-
ise." This group includes singers
Sylvia Berman, Evelyn Blumen-
thal and Elaine Ruda; Deeva
Solove, accompanist and Telsa
Balick and Bunny Goldstein,
commentators. The production
was directed by Mrs. Balick and
written by Mrs. Goldstein.
Cochairmcn for the Women's
Education Day are Nancy Atkin
and Marty Jacobson with Gail
Cohen, Susan Miller and Ina
Linda as members of the Plan-
ning Committee.
'This day is being planned as
an educational experience for
women who want to learn more
about their role as Jews," said
Mrs. Jacobson. "We hope it will
answer some of their questions
in a casual relaxing atmosphere."
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*Jewist fkridHair) "<* Shofar of Hollywood
Jriday, January 19, 1973
Theodore Bikel Lecturing
At Temple Sinai Jan. 28
Tivodoro Bikel. outstanding
fi : ire in the world of the arts,
will appear at Tempi. Sinai,

Hollywood, at 8 p.m. Sunday,
Jan. 28. Mi. Bikel, uho.se. talents
in many artistic fields are well
known, will appear at this oar-.
formnnce In the role of a
lecture
Mr. Bikel, who has earned a
reputation as an actor, folk
slngfr and guitarist, has always
!arl a deep Infers ; in Usael
and has api>cai"ed throughout
the country speaking about the
currert status of Soviet Jewry
as well as other -subjects re-
l;iins.' to Israel. Known as a
si n:;i I activist, he Ls a man with
strong beliefs which he imparts
to his lecture audience.
Mr. Bikel \\a< bom in Vienna
hut moved to what was then
Palestine with his family as a
very young boy, AS an enter-
tainer he has traveled through-
out the world. He is currently
a resident of the United States.
Just recently Mr. Bikel made
a recording entitled "Silent No
More." which features the free-
dom songs of the dissident
Soviet Jews. The tapes of these
songs were smuggled out of the
Soviet I'nion by an American
scientist who had visited Russia.
The record will be available
for purchase on the evening of
Mr. Bikel's appearance, with the
proceeds of its sale going to a
scholarship fund for Soviet Jews
at the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem.
Adult ami student tickets for
Mr. Bikel's i>erformanee are
available at Temple Sinai's
office or may be ordered by mail.
Temple Israel
Seeking Talent
For Musical
Temple Israel of Miramar is
I Manning an entertainment called
| "Lite Up Miramar" for the ove-
i lings of Saturday and Sunday,
| Kob. 10 and 11.
Volunteers in the production
; will !)i> selected from South Flor-
I ida residents. Talent is needed in
acting, singing, dancing, behind
tage work and pre-show adver-
tising and public relations.
For further information con-
tact Carole Baum. Kileen Schiff.
Joyce Goldberg or the temple
office
.
ALLAN F. SCHEINBLUM. M.D.
and
ALAN BORENSTEIN. M.D.
wish to announce the relocation of their office
for the practice of their office
for the practice of
NEUROLOGY ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY
and
ELECTROMYOGRAPHY
to
4107 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood Florida 33021
Office Hours By Appointment
Telephone 962-0214
OPEN NOW!
ROMAN HEALTH CLUB Inc.
Complete Health Club facilities and Gym
Sauna Whirlpool Exercise Equipment
Specializing in Roman Girl Massafe
Complete Privacy
Men Only
410 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hollywood
1 Block West of U.S. 1
949-8120-920-8631
Sisterhood Sabbath
Set At Temple Sina!
The Sisterhood of Temple Sinai j
will hold its annual Sisterhood
Sabbath at the regular evening ;
s. tv ires Friday at m p.m. in the
temple.
Mrs. Joel Rot I man and Mrs.
Melvin Waldorf will give a dia-
about the recent convention
r.f the "Women's League for Con- |
servatlve Judaism" which they i
ettended. This name for the group i
is a new one; it was adopted at |
the convention. Previously the '
group was known as the National
Women's League.
Other women who will partici-
pate in the service are Mrs. Bret
Lusskin, Mrs. Mervin Hornreich.
Mrs. Albeit Freeman, Mrs. Louis
Fixel, Mia, Jake Mogilowit/. Mrs.
Sarah Soboloff and Mrs. Mort
Kushner.
"Sock-Hop" Sef~
By Chai Ledge
Chai Lodce of B'nai B'rith is
holding a "Sock-Hop" Saturday 1
evening in the Chamin:ide High
School Cafotorium.
The evening will feature a disc
jockey and there will be a "Dick
Clark" style dance contest and a
'50s masquerade competition with
prizes for winners of both. All
entertainment is geared to the
current 1950s nostalgia ciiue cur-
rently |>opular.
Tickets may he secured from,'
any member of Chai Lodge and
must be purchased ahead of time
as no tickets will be sold at the
door. The tariff covers refresh- ,
i .< nts. including piz/.a and soft
drinks.
itfMiaMi
m.\
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Tytef Street Ifcih Avenue
Phone 92J-8222

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*,JknS$lh Iftoriidti&in nd Shofar of Hollywood
Pcgv? 9
PERSONALITY PROFILE
Robert Margo!;s
Robe i .I (i
T V 1h ;
i -.. na
Temple Sinai
Installs Its
'-
ROettT MAJcGOLlS
Thin
-
l. local re^id 'nl
: him !.
! of bel
them thai they
shoul' belori ai I conti Ibu
that they can I elp their f< low
jews who don'i have money to
supp ,,t Hi ti ile and still arc
in ver turned away "
Mr. Margolis points oul
t P.....'1' Hvin
nited fund., v ho
find c nfort id 11 n an onship
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children," he a I I
has
learn i
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on in Finn nd busi
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throu h th no n
whi re was."
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around the vn rl i and U
he deci**.
thai the Urrtl States was H
the beat. In Phiiaielphia he met
M., Ion. an-
became i-:-onts of a son.
Howard, who Is now an er
Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8lh Street, Miami
4444,2! 4444)922
Closed 0" The Sabbtk
Pcrsenaliied Memorial* Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workthop.
Hallandale Center
Elects \>w Slate
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fJenisli FkrHdian and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, January 19, 1973
SATURDAY, I\M'A!(V o
[ 10 p. Ml.
Ludl
B8 Nite 8:30 p.m.
S17XD V"
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Ji i,i the

*DA1 JANUARY
B p m.
: 1 p.m.
10 p.m. PI .
Tom
wed\'! i) vv. iam '.bv k1
h Group E Ing 12:30 p.m. Gal
:li
THURSDAY, JANUARY 25
Jewish Women i od Chapter
i] It, alth Sea
JWVVicto M ting "Let My Peo-
ple Go" 8 p.m. Hallandale Hoi lera] Bldg.
FRIDAY, : \M'ARY ?f>
iple Sole! Youth Group Shabbaton Weekend C
F Dude Rai ch, Lake Wales, Fla.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 28
Temple Sinai Cultural Series Theodore Bike] 8 p.m.
Temple Sinai
Tl BSDAY, JANUARY 30
.Mi. Scopus Hadassah Meeting 8 p.m. Home Federal
Bldg., Hollywood
Till RSDAY, FEBRUARY 1
Division 3e\ rh Welfare Federation Leadi
0 a.m. Temple Beth El
Women Movie 12:30 p.m.
Min inity Center
STARDUST BALLROOM
"THE PLACE TO DANCE"
DANCING
EVERY FRI31V 8 T011 FM.
$2.00 ?kR fESSOM
FREE
EYf.RrSUKJiY4T0 7P.K\
PHGXE: 920-3957 {tWH.)
REFRESHMENTS DANCE CLASS DOOR PRIZES
1855 Hollywood 8>vd. Downiown Holrywrrd Elevator Service
(Entrance at 105 N. 13th Ave. to 2nd Floor
AT THE SIGN OF THE STAR'
Hoipitalization Sickness Accident Life Annuities
B. H. BERNARD, INC.
"Insurance Specialist"
1926 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA 33020
Barry Holeve, President Phone 925-3251
PLANS AVAILABLE TO PERSONS WITH SERIOUS
HEALTH PROBLEMS
YOUR CHILDREN ARE IMPORTANT
Provide the poise, grace, confidence and healthy hobby they
deserve.
INTERNATIONAL DANCE STUDIOS, INC.
Register now for ballet & tap dance for children from 5 to 14
years of age. Quality instruction in a beautifully furnished air-
conditioned studio at a price you can afford.
1855 Hollywood Blvd. Call 920-3957
at 105 N. 19th Ave. for information
THE SHIRT BARN
NOW IN OUR NEW AND LARGER QUARTERS
SHIRTS SLACKS SPORTSWEAR
"QUALITY AT A PRICE"
136 N.E. 1st AVENUE, HALLANDALE
OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY 10-5
PHONE 922-3638
J
Religious
Services
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative. 416 N.E. 3th Avenue
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz, Cantor
Jacob Danxiger.
MlftAMAR
LE ISRAEL (Conservative)
6920 S.W. 35th St., Rabbi Avrom
>r Abraham Koster.
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLI BETH EL (Reform) 1351 S.
14th Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi Samuel
Jal

p
Ol Pi pie. i
BETH SHALOM (Temple) Consei-va- j
tive- oe Street. After Nov. :
1 +601 Arthur Street. Rablii Mor.
ton i Cantor Irving Gold.
TEMPLE BETH AHM. CrnrrvV v\
310 SW G2nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi I
Salomon Benerroch.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 5001 ,
Thomas Street, Hollywood. Rabbi
Robert Frazin.
TEMPLE SINAI (Conservative) 1201
Johnson Street. Rabbi Oavid Shapiro
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kinosley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
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Bar Mitzvah
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: Mitzvah Saturday,
20, a1 Ti n Beth El,
ft ft
DEBOR Ml WK1NSTOC K
' i orah, iiv daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Wei t ill be-
come a Bal Mitzvah Friday eve-
h i. 26, ai T< mpl< Sinai.
ft
ft ft
MARC DERISON
n of Mr. and Mrs.
I i m, will celebrate his
ii lay. Jan. 27,
at Temple Israel of Miramar.
ft ft "ft
H's really imporfanf.'
Be sure to mention
vJenisti Ifkirkffaan
when patronizing
vur advertisers
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GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES
ON PRESCRIPTIONS-HEALTH &
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IF YOU SEE IT FOR LESS. BRING
US THE AD AND WE'LL
BEAT THE PRICE!
FOLLOWING IS ONLY A PARTIAL LIST OF THOUSANDS MORE
AVAILABLE DRUGS AT SIMILAR SAVINGS.
Nume Price Per 100 Name Price Per 100
nig
gm
ACHROMYCIN V 250 mg
ALDACTAZIDE
ALDOMET 250 mg
ALD0RIL 15
ALDORIL 25
ANTIVERT 12.5
ARLIDIN 6 mg
ARTANE 2 mg
ATROMIDS
AZULFIDINE
BENEMID 0.5
BEROCCA
BUTAZOLIDIN 100 mg
BUTAZOLIDIN ALKA
CARDtlATE 10 mg
CHOLOXIN 2 mg
CHL0RTRIMET0N 4 mg
CHL0RTRIMET0N 8 mg
CHLORTRIMET0N 12 mg
CHLORPHENIRAMIN 4 mg
COLBENEMID
COLCHICINE 1/100
CONJUGATED
ESTROGENS 1.25 mg
C0UMADIN 2.5 mg
COUMADIN 5 mg
CYT0MEL 25 meg
DARV0N COMP 65 mg
DBI 25 mg
DBI T D 50 mg
DIABINESE 250 mg
DIAMOX 250 mg
DIGITALIS LEAF 100 mg
DIGITOXIN 0.1 mg
DIGITOXIN 0.25 mg
DIMETAPP EXTENTABS
DIUPRES 250
DiUPRES 500
DIURIL 500 mg
DUOTRATE 45
DYAZIDE
DYMELOR 500
DYRENIUM
EDECRIN 50 mg
ENDURON 5 mg
ENDURONYL
ESIDREX 50 mg
ESIMIL
FESTAL
FESTALAN
GANTRISIN 0.5 mg
HYDRODIURIL 25 mg
HYDRODIURIL 50 mg
HYDROPRES 25
HYDROPRES 50
HYGROTON 100 mg
4.4S
9.90
6.33
8.42
9.22
4.92
5.89
1.78
5.74
4.94
5.73
5.94
7.20
7.93
2.83
10.50
2.83
3.94
5.93
.44
6.69
.90
2.85
4.51
4.20
2.44
6.83
4.93
9.44
8.58
7.90
.42
.44
.38
8.53
5.64
8.40
4.94
7.06
6.88
6.20
6.54
7.64
6.83
1.90
5.92
10.64
4.60
4.94
2.89
4.13
4.94
5.92
7.90
7.94
IND0CIN 25 mg 6.94
ISORDIL 5 mg 3.31
IS0RDII 10 mg 3.84
ISORD'.l 40 mg TEMBIDS 9.91
IN0ERAL 10 mg 3.20
INOERAL 40 mg 5.79
IAN0XIN 0.25 M
LANOXIN 0.5 mg 1-88
LASIX 40 mg 6.75
L DOPA CAPS 500 mg 7.20
MANDELAMINE 0.5 mg 3.91
MANDELAMINE 1 gm 6.73
METAKYDRIN 4 gm 3.90
MODANE 3.73
NAOUA 4 mg 6.00
NATURETIN 5 mg 5.08
NITROBID 6-22
NITROGLYCERIN (Lilly) .40
NITROSPAN 5.92
ORINASE 500 mg 6.89
PERITRATE SA PB 8.37
PERITRATE SA 80 mg 6.70
PREMARIN 0.625 mg 3.83
PREMARIN 1.25 mg 6.20
PREMARIN 2.5 mg 11.92
PREDNISONE 5 mg .44
PREjiSOLCNE 5 mg .44
PRO BANTHINE 15 mg 4.63
PROIO'D 1 gr .89
PRONESTYL 250 mg 3.62
PRONESTYL 500 mg 6.50
PYRIBENZAMINE 50 mg 2.92
QUINIDINE SULFATE 3 gr 2.92
RAUDIZIN 100 mg 4.94
RAUTRAX 8.94
REGROTON 9.03
RENESE 2 mg 5.44
RENESE R 7.30
RESERPINE 0.25 mg .09
RONIACOL TIMESPAN 7.54
SALUTENSIN 8.81
SERPASIL 0.25 mg 4.34
TALWIN 8.31
TEDftAL 3.24
TEGRETOL 9.74
TENUATE 25 mg 5.56
TENUATE DOSPAN 13.94
TETRACYCLINE 250 mg 1.88
THYROID THYROID 1 gr .62
TRINSICON 6.40
VALPIN PB 4.30
VASODILAN 10 mg 5.82
VASOOILAN 20 mg 10.85
ZYLOPRIM 5.64
7.45 value
ALBEE WITH C
100 2.99
Limit 1 Good until Jan. 25/73
*
4.99 Value
VIT E 400 IU
1.99
Limit 1 Good until Jan. 25/73
1.29 Value
VIT C 500 mgn
69c
Limit 1 Good until Jan. 25/73
Limit 1 1.00 Value SWEET 8, LOW 100 46c Good until Jan. 25/73
Federal law requires a prescription for each drug listed.

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"Friday, January 19, 1973
'*JenisHFf Page 11
Young Leaders Council of Greater Hollywood's Jewish Welfare
Federation Hosts Robert Seigel, NJCRAC Consultant ai meeting
Teen
Scene
Back row: Dr. Alex Buchwald. Errol Rosen, Michael Block
Seated: Joseph Kleinman Stanley Margolig
I
H
C',. Samuel Meline, Robert Seigel, Dr. Philip Weinstein Jr.
Lett :o right: David Goodman, Richard Knee, Harry Lernbeck,
Carlos Feldman.
CHARLES D. FRANZBLAU, M.D.
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
FOR THE PRACTICE OF
Pediatrics
INFANTS. CHILDREN and ADOLESENCE
AT THE
Taft Pediatric BurldinQ
G884 TAFT STREET (Opposite Tart Mall)
West Hollywood
Pembroke Pines
Davie
Hours by Appointment
PHONE 962-7710
ALAN W. SIEGEL, O.D.
announces the opening of his optometric practice at
4541 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida
Dr. Sicgrl ipecializes in the core of children's visual problem! as
well as the examination ond caie of adults.
By appointment
Broward 962-2525 Dade 624-3 1 1 5
By LAURA KAT7,
So you don"t want to go to co'
lege? You can't afford it? Yo;
don't think you'll' ready for foui
more yean of grind, grind. Rrinc
maybe because you've nevei
ground hefoiv. Or is it because
your parents ha% e always assumer
you'd go? All of the above?
If you fall into one or several o'
the above categories you are not
alone. What are your alternatives?
For those of you easy-going love
it-or-teave-it types you have de-
cided to forego permanently oi
temporarily a higher institution o
learning, why not take in a little
travel? The possibilities are end
'es. Whv not start with the goor
old U.S.A?
Practically, this will not last fo
the rest of ymtr life. If you don't
jot bored, the chances am- that
TOUT means of barter wi'l not last
forever. if your last name isn't
RockefcWerwltz, You could con
s'der spending a year tn Israel.
Israel, you might think. You'v.
got to be kidding!
But wait. There is a program
"ai'( d Shan't L'Am which spon-
sors a plan in which you can liv<
>n a kibbutz for a year and pick
'ip an education In the meantime
that should satisfy most of yor
communal*.
The publicized concept that you
an" I get a good job without a
ollege decree s'moly doesn't en'
the mustar I. For instanc > there'?
no oversupply of plumbers in tht
:o"ntry, and believe it or not, t!i .-
akc twic as nuch as tea :hei -
benefits too.
Vou might check the progran
aide for ;t junior colles? Then
i cereal no d far ork rs i'i thi
N-i-ni ;' i" Is. After two years t t
imior college, you can receive b
.'-, i'i .'!'-. >nahling vou to get r
h ;\s a corrro'itor :
cab'net maker, engineer, fire
nan, ollceman or muse. Anothet i
atlve i- to take a course at i
ocational hool
Why not let th A.-my join you"
tt's realty not bad. After you <
'i.-t you can get some training ii
he Army. There arc travel bene
'it-. You have time to decide if yoi'
lon't know which direction you
want your future to take. You re
ceive nayment according to youi
lime and grade. There an' all modi
cal benefits for yourself and youi ]
family. When vou get out you ar- |
ligib'e' for veteran'! benefits fo
drooling. So .vou see the possibili
ties are endless.
Any youth Interested in workin' i
"<) (be ervse of Soviet ,Ttwrv m1'
join the Soviet Jewry Committee
if the Jewish v tuth Coun 1. tAny
ne interested should contact Soot
Snydi r or rton Treshan).
A community-wide celebratio'
rinched by I'.ie youth organ I*
"lowani Counts, i !us .-i!1 the te n
n I -.< :"'i 'i ml i'i: '
nte i 2* Mi ; ni' irsa "
pi b he! March throu
May. Anyone ; :
BuildingTo Building
Jack Soloi of the Galahad South and the editor ol their very
Ten's Club Courier, informs us via the Courier thai th re Is a new
late of officers for the year 197,". at the men's dub there. Jack Nelson
i president: Jack Solot. bulletin and public relations; Herman Saper-
iein, legal advisor,Jack Solot, chairman, Herman Saperstein and San
'aiasik, By-Laws; Paul Sneider, chairman, Lou Ragovin, Sol Rados,
Iany Desman. John Reinstcin, Sam Stone. Lou Somber, Mannie
Schwartz, Jack Solot. Dr. Sam Ratner, Arthur Rubin. Joe Solomon,
Herman Denholtz, Ben Lubtt, Frank Schultz, Jack Shapiro and George
Kornbluh. entertainment. Other officers are: Paul Sncid ;r, first vice
president; Sam Stone, second vice president; John Reinstcin, recording
ecretary; Louis Somber, corresponding secretary; Joe Solomon, treas-
urer; Harry Lifton, financial secretary, and Sol Rados, sergeant-at-
irms.
Over at Hillcrest 21 their new slate consists of Martin Roseno,
ftjsident; I.eo Salzstein, first vice president and entertainment chair-
man; Tom Cohen, second vice president; Bette Einbinder, third vice
president; Ruth Albuquerque, recording secretary: Florence Feldman.
convs|K>ndin,: secretary; Sally Kscott. financial secretary and Bess
Myer-on, treasurer. This "Hill-crest 21" is planning on an outing to the
DoHUville Show Tuesday evening.
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PAINT & BODY WORK
COMPLETE TRIM SHOP
Domestic & Foreign Cars & Trucks
Auto & Truck Towing
Insurance Estimates Wrecks Uefcuilf frame Repairs
fiberglass Resfyling Vinyl Tops Seat Covers
PALM MOTORS
"VIC WEIGER"
5650 PLUNKETT STREET, HOLLYWOOD
Phone: 983-2046
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APRIL 26-MAY 10
INCLUDING SPECIAL PARADE
LED BY
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2 GLORIOUS WEEKS
ARRANGEMENTS BY
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