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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Fred Shochet
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Hollywood, Fla

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

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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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^UemstJ Floridi&n
and SIIOFAR OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
ime 4 Number 24
Hollywood, Florida Friday, December 6, 1974
Price $1.00
Sen. Stone Guest At December 15 'Shomrim Soiree'
Newly elected U S. Sen. Rich
J Stone will be an honored
1st at the "Shomrim Soiree"
kesetters Division dinner to be
V\ Sunday, Dec. 15. in the
tency Room of the Diplomat
lei.
tone, former Florida Secre-
of State, has had a strong
for the freedom of Jews
ywhere; particularly behind
Iron Curtain and in Arab
utries. He is in the vanguard
piritual and financial support-
f the State of Israel.
bier guest speaker at the
ant gathering will be Moishc
In, Director General of the
sh Agency's Information De-
nent since 1966 and Seere-
Jeneral of the Jewish Agen-
Ince 1960.
airman of the I MA '75 Cam-
paign Pacesetters Division is
Moses Hornstein. Herbert Katz
and Ben Tobin are acting as hon-
orary' chairmen.
Nathan Pritcher and Mrs. Al-
len Gordon are in charge of ar-
rangements for the event, as-
sisted by Mrs. Martin Bertman,
Mrs Paul Kraemer and Mrs. Paul
Weiner.
Dr. Norman Atkin is Paceset-
ter cochairman: Melvin II. Baer
and Lewis E. Cohn are '75 Cam-
paign cochairmen. Mrs. Stanley
Margulies heads the Women's
Division while Nathan Pritcher
and Dr. Meron Levitats cochair
the Metropolitan Division and
Otto Stieber chairs the Hi-Rise
Division.
Cocktails will start at 6:00 p.m.
with dinner to follow at 7:00 p.m.
SIN. RICHARD STONE
MO/SHE RIVUN
Paley, Lurie, Halpern To
Head Hallandale Area Drive
SUSAN Mlllfl
AVIV A BAER
LOUISE DIAMOND d
vis E. Cohn and Melvin H.
cochairmen of the United
kh Appeal 1975 Campaign,
[announced the appointment
Drge Paley of Hallandale, as
nan of the Hallandale Area
ampaign (west of the Inter-
i Waterway),
appointed were Abe Hal-
land David H. Lurie, as hon-
, chairmen. For many years
was a top leader of the
[in New Jersey and last
[was cochairman with David
We of the Hallandale "A"
has for many years been
leader of the UJA Cam
locally and is a staunch
ter of many causes in Is-
pf invited all leaders (in-
presidents of condo-
is and social clubs in the
lale Jewish community),
[meeting in the Fairways
Club House, Hallandale.
ek.
meeting was a concerted
[to provide the funds and
so vital to Israel's sur-
Paley said in accepting
airmanship. "We must pro-
|scape and settlement for
Jews and the vital sup-
all Jews throughout the
Iwho wish to live in dignity
[require assistance," he
is president of the
East Hallandale Commu-
Duncil. His local activities
Hallandale B'nai B'rith
and The Hallandale Jew-
Iter Men's Club. His wife.
ky. is a member of ORT
ladassah organizations.
fy served as associate ehair-
>f the United Jewi.-h Ap-
Synagogue Committee in
fork City, where he is
ent of the Barlena Oil Cor-
tm.
and his cabinet arc plan
series of meetings and
starting in January, to
maximum of dollars for
[ited Jewish Appeal.
Jews in Hallandale must
fevery effort to support our
(brothers and sisters in Is-
Women Pacesetters
Planning Strategy
GtOKGt PAlir
DAVID lURfE
AM HALPtKN
rael and throughout the world,
many of whom are suffering for
lack of proper food, housing and
medical care," he says. "Without
additional funds from the free
world, the social welfare pro-
grams in Israel will come to a
tragic halt."
The Pacesetters of the Wom-
en's Division of the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward met
recently to discuss objectives
that mu.-t be met by their divi-
sion.
Campaign chairman for this
year i.s Karen Margu'.ies; The
Pacesetters cochairmen are Aviva
Baer, Charlotte Shenker, Vivian
Goldstein and Arlene Pritcher.
Hi-Rise division cochairmen
are Louise Diamond. Eleanor
Weiner. Phyllis Kraemer and
Sue Miller. This year the Hi-
Rise division will organize sev-
eral buildings.
Other members of the cam-
paign cabinet are Elainer Pittell,
Barbara Miller, Pearl Siegel,
.Gloria Greenspun. Marian Le-
vitats and Lorraine Fleisher.
Last year in the United States.
Women's Divisions of all Jewish
Federations raised over S62 mil-
lion. It is anticipated that in
1975 Women's Divisions locally
as well as nationally will hit an
all time high record.
J u!?peak Hi-Rise Area Chairmen For
At ]\CJW Meeting
UJA Campaign Appointed
National Council of Jewish
Women. Hollywood Section, re-
cently held their annual member-
ship function for new and pros-
pective members at Temple Beth
El. An informative talk was giv-
en by Mrs. Michael Goldstein, a
dedicated Councilwoman for ten
years, who spoke on the story of
the National Council of Jewish
Women beginnings.
Mrs. Charles Robinson. Mem-
bership vice president, who ar-
ranged the brunch, announced
that Council gained many new
members with three women be-
coming life members: Mrs. Es-
telle Langs. Mrs. Alex Kahn and
Mrs. Charlotte Kahn.
Monday. Dec. 16, at 1:00 p.m..
a Discussion Group meeting will
l>e held at Home Federal Build-
ing. Hallandale. Guest speaker
will be Judge Frank A. Orlando
of the Family Court Division of
the Circuit Court of Broward
County. He will speak on "How
We Can Help." Mrs. Judith Rap-
paport. chairman of Discussion
Group meetings, has arranged
the program.
Sydney Holtzman and Jules B.
Gordon have been appointed as-
sociate chairmen of the Hi-Rise
Division, of which Otto Stieber is
chairman.
The announcement was made
by I^ewis E. Cohn and Melvin H.
Baer. cochairmen of the United
Jewish Appeal 1975 Campaign of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward. at a recent meeting of
the Hi-Rise Steering Committee.
Hallandale West Area chair-
men appointed were Jerome Gev-
irman, Meyer Kaplan and Barney
l.evine. Nathan Greenberg was
named honorary chairman.
Greenberg. cochairman of Hal-
landale West in the 1974 cam-
paign, was guest of honor at the
Plaza South function.
For Hallandale East. Lou Gold-
en, Robert Kolodin and Nor-
man Ellis will be cochairmen. All
three have been active in United
Jewhh Appeal Campaigns in
Cleveland and Essex County, N.J.
for many years. They assisted
Mr. Stieber in the highly success-
ful 1974 La Mar building cam
paign.
For Hollywood Beach East,
Joseph Perlstein. Sol Singer and
Jacob Menkes will act as cochair-
men. These leaders have devoted
dedicated assistance to previous
campaigns in the Hollywood
Beach area.
All will perform as members
of the Hi-Rise Steering Commit-
tee and will provide assistance to
the Hi-Rise Division chairman.
4
SYDNEY HOLTZMAN
JUltS B, GORDON


Page 2
-Jewish ncrkllan and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, December 6,
1974
Jewish Federation Approves
Resettlement of Soviet Jews
Because of the emergency situ-
ation in Israel with housing, con-
struction and the general econ-
i my, Jewish Federation of South
rerd has joined with other
rican Jewish comtnunitl
taking on the responsibility of
resettlement of Soviet Jewish
families In this area.
At its recent board of directors
meeting, the Federation unani-
mously approve;! funding for the
program. A Joirt Committee will
be c tablished immediately and
Jew i-h Family Service has
ed to administer and coor-
dinate the (Utails.
The rast majority of .Tews who
Rosenbaum To Address Joint
Meeting Of Young Leaders
Aaron David Rosenbaum will
address a joint meeting of JWF
Young Women's Leadership In-
stitute and Young Leaders Coun-
cil Thursday, Dec. 12. at Temple
Sold. His topic will be 'How
The World Views Israel."
Rosenbaum. 25. is director of
research of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee, a po
litical analyst for the "Near East
Report." and chif staff writer
for Near Eant Research, Inc.
AIPAC is the registered lobby
which conducts public action
from Washington with a view to-
ward maintaining and improving
friendsnin and good will between
the United States and Israel.
CJF Assembly
Adopts Energy
Resolution
The 2,200 persons attending
the General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds unanimously
i.ppioved the following resolu-
tion: ;
"We support the strongest gov-
ernmental and voluntary actions i
to meet the energy crisis. We
commit our fullest efforts to help ;
the United States and other i
countries of the free world j
achieve self-sufficiency as quick-
ly as possible.
"The most intensive search for
alternate sources must be car-
ried out, with the fullest govern-
mental support. With it must be
comprehensive, effective conser-
vation of energy.
"We pledge our cooperative
actions as citizens, and those of
our communal institutions, to
help achieve these vital ijoals."
All are urged to write their
senators and congressmen ex-
pressing their support for the
resolution.
The "Near East Report" is a
weekly newsletter dealing with
American policy in the Middle
East and is widely read on Capi-
tol Hill and throughout official
Washington and the United
States.
Rosenbaum. who coordinates a
program which responds to Arab
propaganda and anti-Israel ma-
terial throughout the United
States, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan where he was
named a James B. Angell scholar
for his studies in Soviet and
Chinese political science and his-
tory.
Presently completing a gradu-
ate program in Middle Eastern
political science. Rosenbaum is
researching a book on the prin-
ciples of diplomatic recognition.
He was a major contributor to
the "Near East Report's" special
survey "Myths and Facts
1974" and has spoken throughout
the United States on such topics
as arms, oil. the Palestinians,
and other aspects of the Arab-
Israel conflict
have left the Soviet Union have
n to go to Israel. But in
the first 10 months of 1974, about
16 per cent of the Soviet Jews
who left the Soviet Union chose
to go to the United States.
The peroantagfl has been high
or th?n that average in (he
recent months. By January !'
1975. it is exr-ected 'hat there
will be an additional. UW So
viet emigrants who will cli ise
to go la countries other than Is
rael. 85 oer cent of that number
to the United States.
There were in Europe the fol-
lowing numbers of Soviet Jews
who have come to Europe after
first immigrating to Israel: Bel-
gium. 800: Rome. 539: West Ger-
many, 400; Austria. 200 to 300;
Paris. 260.
That is a total of about 2.200
to 2.300. Those who are being
assisted are being helped by va-
rious non-Jewish organization^
with governmental funds. The
funds are available for the next
few months.
As noted above, when those
who choose to come to the United
States arrive here, thev are aided
by the United Hias Service and
by our local communities in their
resettlement
For the past several weeks the
countries of western Europe have
virtually closed their doors to
Soviet Jews in Israel who had
only "laissez nasser" documents
who do not have Israel or
other passports.
Soviet Jews who leave Israel
with Israel or other passports
have been admitted bv countries ;
in Europe with tourist status.
PHILLIP R. GOULD M.D.
JACK B. MILLER M.D.
STEVEN V. GURLAND M.D.
ANNOUNCE THE RELOCATION OF THEIR OFFICE FOR
THE PRACTICE OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
AND CARDIOLOGY
Suite 300 2500 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale Phone 925-7766
Mrs. Jack Ruderman Becomes
Sabra Group Life Member
The Sabra Group of Hadassah
held its general meeting recent
ly. Mrs. Leon Brauser, president,
spoke on the Youth Aliyah move-
ment; guest speaker of the eve
ning was Dr. Elaine Needell.
Mrs. Jack Ruderman became
the Group's first new life mem-
ber and was presented a pin and
a plaque by membership vice
president Mrs. Ceilia Rindner
Mrs. Ruderman who serves a i
education vice president, report- >
ed on anti-Semitism and urged
those present to attend the Worn-1
en's Plea for Human Rights on
Behalf of Soviet Jewry at Temple j
Beth Shalom Sunday.
WANTED!! DEPENDABLE,
MATURE PEOPLE
To serve as volunteer ADVISORS for
the B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION.
IF you are at least 21 years old ..
IF you are firmly committed to Judaism and to
Jewish Life .
IF you have a genuine liking for youth and enjoy
working with them ..
IF you are willing to work under close supervision and
participate in ongoing training .
THfN we would like to meet you .
IF you are interested, call the BBYO Office at 576-4700
(Miami) or 921-5560 (Broward) to arrange an interview.
THE
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+ Jpnisfi fhridian and Shofar of Hollywood
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HAPPY HANUKAH
from
HOLLYWOOD MEDICAL CENTER
3600 Washington Street
HOLLYWOOD'S NEWEST MEDICAL, SURGICAL HOSPITAL
We, the Board of Directors, Administration, and Staff are happy to an-
nounce the opening of this 334-bed acute-care hospital and medical
professional building.
We are dedicated to care, to serve, to comfort, to heal and to educate all
those within our patient community who need our help.
966-4500
LEONARD I. WEINSTEIN,
Executive Director
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
A Home Health Service By
Qualified Aides
Trained by our R.N.s
4 to 8 hour shift
24-hour Live-Ins
VISITING REGISTERED NURSES
VISITING HOMEMAKER SERVICE
OF BROWARD COUNTY, INC.
Established 1959
524-5582
1101 E. Broward Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale
925-8643
2125 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood
GREETINGS
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TABLES LAMPS, FURNITURE WALL DECORS
LITE FIXTURES PEDESTALS
500 NORTH ANSIN BOULEVARD (1 block East of 1-95)
HALLANDALE 920-2002
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
J. & B. HAIR STYLING
6790 57th ST. (COMMERCIAL BLVD.) TAMARAC
721-6920
Best Wishes For a Very Happy Chanukah
PALMVIEW REALTY, INC.
2310 Hollywood Blvd. 920-1414
Dade 949-6748
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Baked On Premises
Full Line of Gourmet
and Appetizing
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929-0222
2500 HALLANDALE BLVD.
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HALLANDALE
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Phone 920-2370
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Hollywood
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Main Office
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Branch Office
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U.S. NORTH of GULFSTREAM in HALLANDALE
Phone: 923-6571


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+Jewish nhrJWton OTd Sho,ar of Hywood
Friday, December
6. 1974
ditorlal
1975 Campaign Launched
The 1975 Campaign of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, Inc., will be launched with a Pacesetters Dinner
Sunday,, JJgc. 15.
Since this is the first fund raising event of its kind in
the country, the Jewish leadership of America will know
by the followinq day whether we, as Jews, can be
counted on to support the humanitarian causes of Israel.
The national goal for the 1975 Campaign for Israel is $750
million.
The eyes of the American political leadership will also
be upon us for thoy look to the Jews who support Israel
and- how .those Jews go, influences the United Sta.es re-
sponse to Isiael.
The United Nations, by virtue of Its decision made
last week, has recognized a Palestinian entity. Its resolu-
tion mede no mention cf the continuation of the nation of
Isk
The Jews of America as well as the people of the
State of Israel are on the line. How stronq and determ'n?d
are we? Within the next few days, an indication will be
seen in South Erowarri County as Jews stand up.to be
counted.
More Than a Shave
When Yasir Arafat shoved for his appearence before
the United Nations, it was his first exercise in political
respectability.
When the United Nations voted to approve the status
of the PLO as the voice of the Palestinians, it was the
UN's first exercise in suicide.
Before whom has Arafat emerged from his terrorism
to the status of diplomat?
The Communists, Arabs and Black Africans who re- -
warded the PLO for its massacre at Beit Shean are the
legatees of a new Murder, Inc., and Arafat's shave is a
mere hoax.
He is no more respectable than he ever was. His and
the PLO's repudiation of the British Airways hijacking last
weekend by Arab terrorists is demonstration enough that
you can't turn respectable merely by shaving.
He and the UN deserve each other.
The Damage is Done
That man. Gen. George Brown, chairman of our Joint
Chiefs of Stalf, was in California the other day, where he:
Allowed that he had learned something about the
corporate structures of the nation's banks and newspaper
publishing industry;
That he really knew little or nothing about them to
begin with which is to say that when he spouted eft -
about Jews and Jewish influence in high places, including
the United States Congress, he didn't know what he was
talking about;
That he flatly repudiates the lunatic mail in sup-
port of his original statement at Duke University about
the need to "set down" Jewish influence because it is un-
American and divisive, and besides he doesn't believe in
that kind of prejudicial stuff to begin with;
C That, as a soldier, what he knows about is soldier-
ing, and he won't be caught in the domain of politics
again.
All well and good.
Still, it gave the networks a chance to rrport Brown's
statement a second time. And folksy and palsy-walsy
though his California words were, they really do little
or nothing to mitigate the feeling that a man do:sn't kick
the bigotry of a lifetime in just two weeks or even a month.
The damage has been done.
'fJ&nsti FkMiclian
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OFFICE and PI.AXT. 12* N.E. 6th St.. Miami. Fla. 33132 fii.me J7.46"r
HOLLYWOOD OFFICE Telephone 373-460?
P.O. Box 1973. Miami. Florida 3?I'M
ErtuTr K,,HRIJf:r",KT B'JZANNE SHOCHBW BKUU M THOMPSON
idimr and PobUafcar Ifcecutlvc Bdltci v daunt to Publi.hai
uita nooDMAN. n, t .....dlnalor
Th Jewish Plvridia'n Does Not Guarantee The Kashruth
Ol Tha Merchandlae Advertised In It* Columns
Published Bl-Woekly by lhfc Jewish FlorldJan
**nmd-Cltwa PoBtsun Paid Miami. Fl.i.
.,,-ui-h Federation of South ttreward, |ne SHOKATI i" iiTi in I I I
m..n. Ban Baiter. Marloa Nyrina, in- Not n. Rotor) N Kcrhci
M^mh!r'!,hf TS^^LOV ibor"ed the Jewish Inlty and the Jewish Weekly
?,,Tb^,L '2 ^eWlt1 TeleOr">hic Aaency. Seven Arts Feature Syria I.
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.oc.atlon of English-Jewish Newsoap-rs. and tha Florida Press Association
ttUaaCBUTlON KATKS: (Local Ar, ,) One V.-cr Hw. Clut ot TuWB UJ .,
Renueot.
Petitions Sent Protesting
Brown Statement, UN Aetion
Abe Durbin. chitij ina.: if '
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Auditorium of the tempi i
A varii t; rho > f' i urbig
1 Mari mi tti s will be
ted. "
Be luse of limited facilitii i,
"......w lionTdbe madi i
mediately at th< temole office.
U anyone wouM like to > in
a child, he is invited to contact
the terp.pk' otfic.
Dr. Jaffa -.till kindle the fir-t
Chanukah Hght of th,> community
Menorah, erected on the fror*
of the temple Siui'l.r. ,,
fi'.nfi m is inyited to
"'" iremony.
Volume 4
Friday, December 6, 1974
Numb?r 21
22 KISLEV 57G5
COUNSELORS NEEDED
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' initv i..'r.'."i- "No
Srhooi Holiday Program for
: arj Sofa ] Ohildn n"
re i i\ day's tt i i
Dec. 23 to Dec. 31, 9:30 a.ra
I i 8:30 p:i.
a hirh school and
will b
u-on retit:
For | II tb C-nt-r
office, 920 2C89 and ask for
I her prespntation. in-
..... Adopt .-Family"
. "Vvnie a JSoviei
project, Tttc- 'Telegram
Bank" wih* makes appropratc
ififeQ ,w be>'Ji Ainericau and
So ;.'.!. available when a
......n develops, a legls-
i action yi"."' w..-. Iexi|:
are urgad to vete for biHa
. ... ie.i desirable a-.v! a briet-
-:-rarr^ w I uris:; planaiBg
. Hie Soviet Union.
. Pitttll al a rejMKted Hutt
the committse ererted .jar*-.at
various temples in the ai
read, "Sava Soviet Jew
annouoced that plans
Women's Piea for Human ft.,
on Behalf of SeosasWewry Rj
Sunday at Temple Beth Shal
wiil include a proclam
sued by Hollywood Maj
Keating .:. .-,i,:,ating ti;
I! -------ittts Day: a I
ot Sovi< t Jewry by Dr .
Wolf, an apj aarancs b
educator Abiaham <;111-
mu.-i a entertainment b> ,
soprano Mikki shiff.
tod
Parlicipaota in the recent meeting of the Community I
tions Committee meeting at Temple Solel included, from
lef to right, (1) Rabbi Robert Frazin, Abs Durbin, chairman.
cf the committee and Arlene Pritcher; (2) Carol Precs )
Sugarman. Karen Zwick and Rabbi Samuel Jaffe; (3) Arlena
Priichor, Jos> Kleiman, Rabbi Chaim Listgeld-and I
Harold Richler.
Operation Upgrade
sror Women Leaders
A small group of selected top
prsUp of women will par-
lU in a worker training ses-
i] ealked "Operation Upgrade"
irsday, Dec. lfl.
line and Albert Fri.dnian of
i hi ag9 will conduct the session,
ich will J-irew proper solicita-
Aiiati Bnaaka Frie.lnnn was
former campabrn chairman of
i Jew'rh Pederat'on of Glen-
C and fomor chaii-man of
PaceSflttecs r>el-i. He is also a
obssHsaf the Youna People's
'UvUion f she Federation and a
m-mber of Operation Upgrade
>and b Joint Distribution Com-
mittee.
i merobsr of Ner Tamid Con-
tion of Chicago, he is Dre i-
ltd., a law firm.
Hene Frwdman is vice chair-
iiruw fnr Leadership Development
for UJA Sational Women's Di
vision:'* member of the Nation
el Women's DivaBion Board, she
'^ serves-as a board member
"f the Women's Division of th->
I"\Wsh Federation and Welfare
Fund of Jfatropolitan Chicago.
Mr*. Friedman is eanr>aien
chairmaa of tlte Jewbsh United
Furd. a-aoot bc ha* held for
two year*, and in addition aba
ei on the Education lommit-
"'" and Speak-rs' Bureau sh
n i>oarticiB -'Md^hiD Mik>ns ine'11(|in
i "Mis !on to Poland in March,
r* Friedn>an. a m-nber of
\aUonal Cou^il of lh- ID"
I winner of Chicasos Y.,-,
I-tadership Award, was the 1QU3
campaign chairman in Hi;
Park for the Jewish United
of Metropolitan Chicago o
hi if of the Jewish Fed*
anJ Welfare FuimI. She b
to H:i | National Coum
Jewish W omen, the Jew
munity Center, and the Louis A
Weisa Hospital Auxiliav\
An amateur poet and
-Mrs. Friedman is a!.-o activi as
a member of the Women's
of Brandels University and is '
life member of the organ
She was a participant in the d'
Operation Israel For W
Only Mission to Israel in January'
1969
Bike.A-TJian To
Ai The Jewish Youth of S
Broward Bike-A-Thon will
plac- Sunday itarQng between
12:30 and J:20 p.m.
>>aitjna points.will be the E
erald-Hilh Medical (enter pa*
in lot, at 43th and Sberi
T-.mple Sinai. 1200 Johnson ?&.
Holyw)o rirk P'irticipaiiis will later rid)!
from the park to Temple
Shalom, to jcin in the celcbrs-
tion of Chanuk'ih with th
ing of a huge Menorah
A< TY. I'nrk refCsehm nts ri
entcr'ainment for all the : "'
tieipanti will be prorkkd
The thein-: -Save A
i.-w nd baunchof n goal
inc; Sin.000 to a''i i" d '
Soviet Jewrj tO Israel.
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Friday, December 6, 1974
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^Jct'-istiKluriidliiaitf and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 5
Chonuhall Ha& Meaning *'"** Sha,om Sin9ers To Be Featured At Pines Rally
Pabbi Jalie
By IK. SAMUEL Z. JAFFE
South Broward temples will
rate Chanukah, the Jewish
stival of Lights," beginning
at sundown
Sunday.
"CMffiukah ha*
a well-defined
histories] and
political mean-
ing. The event
it ccrnniemo-
incurred
in 168 BCE.
One of the
Hebrew strug-
gles for liber-
ty [ ccurrod in
the regime of
Greco-Syrian emperor, Anti-
Epiphanes. This back-
inspin cl the .tradition of
-tits.
he Jew ish people, Chan-
j mbalizes the ol a
1 Meal over militi j |
1 ,'.-;i >tism. V handful of
! >tennined to preset e
faith and culture, 0]
. the overwhelming Syrian
er which oppressed Jewish
itheism an 1 its observance.
VNTIOCHUS ordered thnt the
i. in Jerusalem be used for
radices and that sacri-
I offered there to Greek
! Jews, under the lead
p of Judas Maccabeus, rc-
lielled and finally reconquered
Jefusal m, i rfpelh i th S; riant
and put ifieu th ten le.
!,' ". tfl I :

t mple had bef a defih d b pa
wroi hip .
touched fiajjo i of oil was found,
-' .'yd and hM .. I he oil,
which enouj t 1 r only
one d lasted for
eir/ht da]
Chanukah is celebrated by
Jews everywher by lii hting
candles hi oi the
day, b [in i is with om th<
night, and two on th
lit, until fina ly on the
i blaze in the
Chnnukah mi no ah <
brum.
THIS PROGRESSION is a] i
I ( '.<.
i!.':.:!' a! f
'. hit ha at
Of spiril .' I :iI'.j*rtSn''
darkli it
Th. > i, rjfeseFV d
special ici pra -
hymn in I < |bfe i
ScilDO -
- <"' I ecial]
children: sames'iare played
special u sh*T!top call I
"dreidel" i --i un -qnj) .' lil
receive pr r (mon-
ey) on th" fourth day of the
holid l [al ptneSbi i
"iatkes" are tradiSo'np food for
Chanukah. '-
0 8 :SBft
-.. >.
WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMONITY
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A VERY HAPPY G-LANUKA
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una of Coop City Sat- Further information may be se
B al Sbaloi re- cured by cal Inn Mrs I
returned from Israel, and ;er, Mrs. Michael Gieicher oi i
ill | '. cfc Li di ihi an. D i rs open "at
8 p.m. with all Sv-ats unreserved.
An adult Introduction to He-
brew" class begins on Tuesday
fi mi 7:30 to 9 p.m. with limited
ration. Steve Gottlieb, Re-
ligions Committee chairman, who
rized the class, may be con-
tai: i I,
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*Jewisf}flcridHdnn and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, December 6, 1974
Sisterhood members responsible for the Sixth International
Arts Festival and Auction Saturday evening at Temple
Beth Shalom include (from left to right) Mrs. Sumner Aron-
son, Mrs. Albert Kobert, Mrs. Fred Blumenthal and Mrs.
Harvey Peretz.
6th International Arts Festival,
Auction At Temple Beth Shalom
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Shalom will hoM its sixth Inter-
national Arts Festival exhibition
and auction presented by The
Art Scene of Miami and con-
ducted by auctioneer Richard
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Exhibition of original, signed
works of art will be from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Friday, and also from
7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday,
prior to the auction
A Patrons Party will be held
from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.. featuring
a Viennese Dessert Table. Pre-
ferred seating will be given to
all patrons. They will also have
an opportunity to win a signed
lithograph by a well known art-
ist.
Patrons who wish to donate
may make reservations by call-
ins Mrs. Harvey Peretz or Mrs.
Norman Bhith. Mrs. Fred Blum-
enthal and Mrs. Albert Kobert
are chairmen of the event, which
is open to the public.
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Extend Their Sincere Best Wishes
to the Entire Jewish Community
and Wish for Them A
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For the fifth consecutive year,
the UJA will conduct a Decem-
ber Student Leadership Mission
to Israel, from Dec. 23, to Jan. 2.
The Mission will follow the
"People-to-People" itinerary' b"'
will also contain elements de-
signed specifically for students
such as meetings with Israeli
youth. Arabs and university
faculty.
The purpose of the Mission is
to bring campus campaign lead-
ership into intimate contact with
the people of Israel one year af-
ter the Yom Kippur War. It i
not a sightseeing tour or a va-
cation.
Student leaders will be expect-
ed to direct or take an active
role in the campaign of the UJA
on their respective campuses.
The cost of the Mission will
be $795. In most cases, it is ex
pected that the student will bear
the entire cost In cases where
a campus campaign leader can-
not, UJA will discuss the pos-
sibility of aid through its student
program, the Hollywood com-
munity or from Hillel Founda
tions. Need and usefulness to the Rabbi Jack Steinhorn of the N*
campaign will be the basis for tional UJA staff. Contact the
such aid. Jewish. ^deration for further i.
The Mission will be led by formation.
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*Jmisfrfkridi&n and Shofax of Hollywood
Pag* 7
Siviet Jewry
'Case 15' Involves Writers, Poets
By FRAN NEVINS
KGB "Case 15" is a case con-
cerning "the distribution in Len-
ingrad of Anti-Soviet literature
and slanderous material which is
dangerous to the Soviet State and
structure." It is a police effort
aainst the intellectuals, but it
is also anti-Semitic.
"All who are called in for
questioning and all who are con-
nected with the ca^e are Jews or
half Jews. and. as far as I know,
all want to leave Russia," said
Yakov VinkovcUky, one of the
"witnesses" in the case who ap-
plied to exit last June and was
denied.
THE MATTER of inquiry re-
volves around the work of poet
Io?if Brodsky who was exiled 2H
years ago.
Soviet authorities were afraid
to arrest Brodsky. whose situa-
tion can be compared to Alex-
ander Sol/henitsyn, since his
fame prevented his going to Si
beria to the labor camps.
Bui the KGB went after others.
A 10-hour search was conducted
in the flat of Jewi-h writer
Vladimir Maramzin, whose short
stories, renews, and scenarios
for radio and TV have been pub-
lished in "Literaturnaya Russi-
ya." Yunost Prostor," and other
widely read Soviet publications.
Some 10,000 manuscript pages,
including Maramzin's personal
archives and copies of Iosif 3rod-
sky's poems, were confiscated,
along with his typewriter. He
was told he was a witness in Case
15.
MUCH THAT Maramzin wrote
had been put aside, waiting for
a time when it could be pub-
lished freely. "But now it turns
out that even in the drawer, our
literature annoys those who con-
trol our destiny," he said.
When Maramzin asked the
KGB whether short stories and
poetry were "documents of slan-
der" and if distributing such
classics as "Eugeny Onegin," by
Pushkin, were a crime, he was
told he would be arrested if he
did not supply the required in-
formation.
When Mikhail Kheifets, writer
and historian, was sent to prison
for allegedly compiling a five-
volume collection of Brodsky's
re-try. Maramzin declared open-
ly that Kneifets was not involved
in the compilation.
"It is widely known that I have
been gathering his poems for
three years," wrote Maramzin in
an open letter, "because Brod-
sky, like every great master, gen-
erously gave his poems away. I
have preserved these texts and
have sent them abroad to free-
dom." (Maramzin has also sent
copies of his own works abroad
for the same reason.)
LAST JULY, Maramzin and
Mikhail Kheifets were arrested
in connection with "Case 15."
Another witness in the case is
Yakov Vinkovetsky. whose apart-
ment was searched by Major Pas-
pelov, Captain Kotzin, and 1st Lt.
Ivanov. They found an unpub-
lished story by Vladimir Maram-
zin and a copy of Time magazine
from 1967.
Intensive questioning was con-
ducted by Chief Investigator
Major Ryebchuk. Vinkovetsky
has been interrogated several
times rincc, and is also in danger
of arrest.
This case against intellectual
Jews in Leningrad has been
brought to our attention by Hen-
ri Yolohonsky. who now resides
in Israel. He has received much
information concerning Case 15
and has contacted various sym-
pathetic groups in the United
States for help in publicizing the
atrocity.
"I ADDRESS this plea for help
to all who value truth and jus-
tice. Is the lvve of poetry enough
of a crime to be sent to prison-'
These people are my Innocent
friends and want to come to Is-
rael," Volohonsky says.
We urge readers to write Sovi-
et leaders concerning "Case 15"
and to the families of those who
are in danger:
RSFSR, Leningrad m m
22 Novoroisiiskaya Street
Flat 45
Raisa Kheifets (wtf* of Mix-
hail) and daughters Maiasha,
7. and Olga. 5.
RSFSR,
Leningrad 104249
Ul. Sophie Kavalevskaya 17-3-
105
Tatiana Michailovna Sultanova
(wife of Maramzin)
Tel.494843
RSFSR .
Leningrad 194256
Ul. Vernosti 10-4-134
Yakov and Diana Vinkovetsky
$
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irman Eth '1 Israel and co- j
chali Ellen Lev i'lson.
The Shalom Wagon reaches
out to now families moving into
the South Broward area with
b ixes which include Shabba?
candles, Jewish calendars. Me-
zuzahs, a sm l 1 Jtile of Kiddush
wine, a roll to -ignify the Chal- ,
lah and a date book.
Shalom Wagon, Jewish Fedcr
atl m's way of saying "hello" to
new Jewish neighbors, is an idea
developed by the Women's Di
vision. It is anticipated this year
that 1.500 Jewish families will
be reached.
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-JewMFIcrMiaii <<* Sbofar ol HoUywood
Friday, December 8,
197<
Rabbi Leon Kronish Speaker At
Founders Conference Luncheon
Dr. Morton Malavsky, chair-
man of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation, South Broward Council
announced that in observance of
Histadrut's loth Anniversary
Year, a S35 Million Founders
Conference Luncheon was held
this week at the Holiday Inn.
The main speaker was Dr.
I.eon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth, Sholom, Miami
Beach, since 1944.
Dr. Kronish, national chair-
man of the board of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation presented
his views on "Israel in the Face
of New Dangers" at the lunch
eon.
Rabbi Kronish. who was born
in Brooklyn, N.Y.. and graduated
from Brooklyn College, was
ordained by Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise at the Jewish Institute of
Religion and awarded the D.D.
degree by the Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion
in 1967.
Also on the program was Dr.
Minyan Club Installs For Area's Senior Adults
At Temple Sinai's recent Min- president; Oscar Wachtel. first
van Club breakfast, officers and vice president: Svdnev Holtz
board members were installed. man. second vie; president: Dr.
including Adolph Schonfcld. ls.SC Schonfeld. secretary treas-
urer; board members AIW1
Freeman. Louis Garber, G &>
l-evinson. Samuel Miller, i^\
Podvesker. Albert P01
ry Simmons.
0lln and l>cr.
DR. If ON KK0N1SH
Sol Stein, national president of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation,
a noted economist, radio com-
mentator and Zionist leader.
Special guest artist was Bina
Landau, a soprano with a pro-
found knowledge of European
and Israeli Jewish folklore.
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Friday. December 6. 1974
* Jew 1st ncridian and Shafar ol Hollywood
JVS Nutritional Project To Be
Supported By HaNauriale Citizens
The JVS Nutritional Project, Beach, is hoping to expand its
which presently is serving 940 program to serve a larger num-
hot kosher meals each week-day bcr of homebound persons.
to the elderly residents of Miami The project presently delivers
Pag 8

Hallandale citizens presenting $2,000 check representing
the proceeds of the Riviera Holiday Service Fund project
to aid the Meals On-Wheels program for elderly shut-ins
included I. Peter Fruchtman and Maurice Lipson, (left) and
Joseph Tennenberg and Isadore Bergel, (right). Accepting
is Eugene Greenspan, executive director of the Jewish Vo-
cational Service, which sponsors the nutritional project.
arnett
lanK
Barnett Bank
of Hollywood
Tyler Street at 19th Avenue Phone: 925-8200
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
EMERALD GARDENS FLORIST
4461 Sheridan Street
Phone 966-8262
Good Health and Happiness for Chano^sh
WEST HOLLYWOOD
KOSHER MEATS
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PHONE 962-5018
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
KRAVIT JEWELERS
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POST HASTE PHARMACY
4401 Sheridan Street 989-6524
HIUWOOD CHEMISTS
100 N. 46 Avenue 987-8000
PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS GIFTS
94 meals per day to shut-ins. and
has a vetting list of over 50 per-
sons who need this service. Many
of these people have been wait-
ing for four or five months, and
an expansion ol (he prjgram is
badly needed.
A group of concerned citizens
living in Hall.indale. who learn-
ed of this situation, have under-
taken to help support the cst ib-
li hment of a Meals -On-Wheels
Program. They turned over the
proceeds of the Riviera Holiday
Service Fund, an initial contri-
bution of 2.000. toward this
goal.
Participants In the presentation
I. ni->nv were I Peter Frucht-
man, Main ice Lipson. Eugene
(ireenspan, executive director of
the Jewish Vocational Service
Joseph Tannenberg. Isadore Bcr
gel. Sam Pine and Joscpfljlilack-
ir.an.
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+Jeisl fkfiafiatn and Shoto of Hollywood
Friday. December 6, 197|
H!!! IIIIWII
MBMM ">".
oHs By BOB KERBEl, Executive Director,
Jewish federation of South Broword, Inc.
By the time you read this article, we will know whether there
is to be a continuation of the cessation of hostilities in the Middle
East or whethei in fact, there is a war.
The agreement as to whether we will have the United Nations
separate the forces of Syria and Israel in the Golan Heights is to
be renewed before December 1, 1974. If Syria does not accept the
continuation of the United Nations forces in the Buffer Zone by that
date, it is my opinion that It will become necessary for Israel to
occupy that Zone. This is only one of the series of critical events
that will occur in the days to come.
The farce of the United Nations recognition of Yasir Arafat's
leadership for all Palestinians and now their recognition of "self
determination of the "Palestinians" is counter to the United Nations
Charter which speaks of "peace loving nations" as the only mem-
bers allowed to participate. Yet, the Assembly delegates cheered this
man whose goal is the forceful destruction of the State of Israel by
driving its :e>;!e into the sea!
In 1947, the United Nations prepared the partition of Palestine
the Jew i"J the Aiab we M iiiJ not. In 1918, Jordan took
control of Palestinian* on the west bank of t ;e Jordan and Egypt
contro.ied the l-avtii;ians on the Ga a Strip. Now, loth nations have
lost control. What happens to Jordan where most of the people are
Palestinians?
What is the fate of Israel?
How can the small nation of Israel survive with the pressures
being placed upon it? How much of Israel's future is tied to the
relationship and agreement between the Soviet Union and the United
States? Will we Jews of the world permit another Holocaust? Will
the world allow that to happen again? How secure are we in A
ica? T i inds of Soviet Jews wish to leave the Soviet Union.
Where will they go? Who will accept them?
t: i'.m are very fateful days our Israeli brothers are extremely
tired yet determined to stay alive. What arc we going to do to help?
As I see it. we have our decisions to make also. We must use all
possible influence with the United States Government. We must
as much free money as possible to bolster Israel's humanitarian
economy. We must be prepared for any eventuality.
What have we sacrificed? What are we willing to sacrifice? Are
we willing i i put our finances anil strength with our brothers who
need us now more than ever before?
We have two choices we can shed tears, sit and wait, wring our
hands or, we can take action.
What will it be?
Musical Revue At Beth Shalom
Temple Beth Shalom will pre
sent another of a series of the
successful musical revues by the
Opera Guild of Greater Miami in
the feiTD!? bal'.room Wednesday
at 3:00 p.m.
The cast includes Curtis Ra-
yam. tenor; Kris Rcid, lyric so-
prano; Adriana Johnson, mezzo-
soprano; Joseph Cardeo, bari-
tone; Warren Broomc, music di-
rector and Walter Palevoda,
master of ceremonies.
The performance will include
popular opera and Broadway
selections. Tickets are available
at t!ie temple.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
FLAIR OPTICAL
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Sisterhood
Fashion Show
At Beth El
A luncheon and fashion show
for paid-up members of Temple
Beth El Sisterhood will be held
Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. in the tem-
ple's auditorium.
Professionally modeled fash-
ions will feature sportswear,
daytime and evening clothes.
Lydia King, temple soloisit, ac-
companied by pianist Jerry Ca-
retta. will entertain following the
shew.
Mrs. Aaron Rab'.nowitz, vice
president of membership and
chairman of tbs day. will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Al. Goldstein.
Other Sisterhood members
working in various capacities are
Mrs Alfred Mazzarino. Mrs.
Martin Rcnno, Mrs. Dora Ufland.
Mrs. Julius Murrow, Mrs. Stuart
Kallmsn. Mrs. Morris Schrager,
Mr\ Lewis Cohn. Mrs. Harold
R~tner. Mrs Stanley Chartoff,
ETn Ju'us Halpern and Mrs. Ir-
w.'n Frit iman.
Mrs. RW7 Fin?r is president
of th- 500 rr.?mber Sisterhood,
an affiliate of the National Fed-
eration of T.>mnle Sisterhoods
serving Jewish and humanitarian
causes.
Reservations for the lunch?on
may be made bv ca'ling Mrs.
Chailej Wolfe or Mrs. Irving
Green.
Temple Sinai To
Honor Students
In Alcph Class
Temple Sinai Si | n hood will
hold a paid-up membership lun-
ch r-m Tuesday Noon, in the tem-
ple's Haber Karp Hall. Mrs. Mar-
cy Kamenm, membership vice
president is in charge of reser-
vations.
Friday night. Dec. 13, there
will be a Shabbat Family Dinner
for families with students in Re-
ligious School or youth program.
It will begin at 6 p.m. in the Lip-
man Youth Wing featuring all
Friday night meal rituals con-
ducted by parents of students in
the Religious Si h k>1. Mrs. Steven
Gur'.and is chairman of the event.
At 8 p.m. the sam^ evening.
Aleph student; will bo honored
at the service in the main sanctu-
ary, led by their teacher. Mrs.
Elaine Goldstein, Included will
be Stephan Cohen, William Ep-
stein. Samuel Feibus, Howard
Friedman, Richard Golden, Dean
Goldfine, Lisa Harmelin, Louis
Harmclin. Jonathan Josell, Ju-
dith Ka!?. Jimmy Koenig. Scott
Kupfeiman, Glenn Plait. Steven
Rock. Steven Russo, David Si-
man.-on. Lisa Stein, Mark Sultan
and Sarah Wachman.
In honor of this event. Rabbi
Shapiro will present each child
with a gift.
Raritan Valley Club Inaugurates
1974-1975 Season With Luncheon
- The Raritan Valley Club of
Greater Miami will inaugurate
its 1974-1975 season with a gala
luncheon at noon Thursday, Dec.
12, at the Sweden House, 17985
Biscayne Blvd., North Miami
Beach
There will be ample oppor-
tunity to meet, socialize and ex-
change information.
Invitations have been extended
to all those on the mailing list.
including all permanent resi-
dents and so-called "snow birds.''
A photographer will also be
present to make a pictorial rec-
ord of the event.
A special invitation is extend-
ed to all vacationers from the
greater New Brunswick, N.J. area
planning to be in the Greater
Miami area that day.
For additional information,
contact any of the following of-
ficers or members of the board:
Mrs. Milton (Ruth) Newman,
chairman; Mrs. Max (Mary) Ru-
benstein, secretary and Mrs. Ed-
ward (Rebecca) Cooke, treas-
urer.
Members of the boardall per-
manent residents of "South Flor-
ida (the Greater Miami area in-
cluding Dade and Broward Coun-
ties) include Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Baroff, Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund
Benedik, Mrs. Edward Cooke,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fischer,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Freed, Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Greenberg, Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Gluck, Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham B. Halpern, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Horowitz, Mrs. Bebe
J:cobs, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kush-
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Milton New-
man, Mrs. Max Rubensteui, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Sathan and Mrs.
Hilda Weinberg.
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*'JewisliMcrfaHbjn and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 11

'JfflS Piaafors' Given, iu Yiddish By Delta Players
The Yiddish production of the
Lical comedy classic "HMS
L ifoic "nic'h charmed Brook-
haudiences for years, is now
Li,r performed in South Flor-
in with proceeds dona* I to or-
Inizations which work in behalf
I Israel j
ITIie "''''1 flayers, composed
1 Hillcrest Condominium resi-
sts in Hollywood and Jade
[ in North Miami Beach
I ei m also mem-
I,. ot (i i known Ray Lis-
j up), presented
remiere performance of
he Gilbert and Siillivan favorite
ai Miami Beach's Temple
i Sholom, to benefit
fcierican Jewish Congress,
[performances are also sched-
L. i n tc, 10 and 17 at the Surf-
Id,. Community Center. 93rd St.
|v.i Collins Ave., to benefit the
Ellcrest Hadassafa and other
blom Group Holds Tea
I Some 36 members attended the
fccent membership tea held by
halom Group. Hollywood Chap-
tr of Hadassah in the Cambridge
rowers, according to Mrs. Daniel
Lnowsky, membership vice presi-
lent, who presided. Mrs. Pat
lerlstein was the guest speaker.
ii ling Mrs. Janowsky were
he Mesdames Cuttner, Kreger
Reiss.
Jewiih organizations.
For ticket information as well
as organization sponsorship of
performances of "HMS Pinafore"
in Yiddish, contact Delta Players
president Abe Benjamin or Aar-
on Walowit.
The cast of this production in-
cludes Leon Yudoff as the Ad-
miral. Mildred Nemeth as Butter-
cup, Milton Sarner as the Cap-
tain, Bob I.efkowitz as Ralph
Rakestraw, and Mildred Berlin as
Hebe.
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May the sacred lights of Chanukah
Bring peace and joy that last.
Not only through this biassed time.
But after it has passed.
And may each candle's constant flame
Serve as a symbol, too.
Of all the happiness that's wished
For those you love and you
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** kwlst ffarSdifoin and Sholar oi Hollywood
Friday, December 6, 1974
???AskAbem
By ABRAHAM B. HALPERN
QUESTION: What is the dif-
ference between Galut and Dis-
aapora?
wswer: Galut is a Hebrew
word meaning Exik (Ashkenazi
sad Yidiii-h pronunciation is
Gales or Golus).
Diaspora is based on a Greek
word meaning dispersion.
The American Jleritage dic-
tionary- defines the.se two words
us follows:
Exile. Enforced remove] from
cues native "country by authori
I ia mi ihmerrf Self
imposed separation from one"s
country,
Diaspora, d) Th iragate of
i oities out-
de oi : de t! i (2) The body
of Jews living dispersed among
die Gentiles a! Babylonian
captivity.
vcr, there is
a greater distinction in the con-
cept of these two terms. Galut
applies to the state of the Jewish
people in the period of dispersal
.v tth the connotation of misery,
degradation and- persecution.
This-term applies to the Baby-
1 tnian exile following the de-
; 'ruction of the First Temple
(586 B.C.E.) and to the exile fol-
lowing the destruction of the
Second Temple ("0 C.E.) 'til the
creation of the Si ite. of Israel in
1948 C.E.
The Encyclopaedia Judsiea in
: lengthy artic le on Galut define.*
the distinction of the concept &i
(i;ihit and Diaspora (Vol. 7, Page
275).
"The Hebrew term 'Galut' ex-
presses the Jewish conception of
the condition and feelings of a
nation uprooted from its home-
land and subject to alien rule.
The .term Is essentially applied
to the history of the historical
consciousness of the Jewish peo-
ple from the destruction of the
Second Temple to the creation
of the Stat- of Israel
The residence of a great num-
l i- of members of a nation, even
the majority outside their home-
land, is not definable as 'Galut'
as long as the homeland remains
in that nation's possession."
"Only the loss of a political.
thnic center and the feeling of
uprootedness turns Diaspora
(Dispersion) into Galut (Exile).
The feeling of exile does not al-
ways necessarily accompany the
condition of exile. It is unique
to the history of the Jewish peo-
pie that this feeling has power-
fully colored the emotions of the
individual as well as the nation*
a I consciousness
"The sense of exile was express-
ed by the feeling of alienation in
??? ASK ABE ??'.'
the countries of Diaspora, the
yearning for the national and
political past, and persisted!
ing of the causes, i
purpose of the exile."
Tr- sre i- also a long ai tide on
Dia pora. (Encyclopaedia Juda-
iia VoL 6, Page 8).
r ir .two- mUleaia the Jewish
le prayed for the rebui
-f Zion and the return to our
land Following are two sui,;
in the 'traditional
(the daily p ay r book).
bring us in peace from the four
corners of the earth and malt i
n- ) upright' to our land" (in
the prayer Ahava Rabbahgreat
love). This prayer precedes the
Sfama 'Hear O Nracl)
In the Amidah, the 18 Bene-
dictions, there is this specific
reference: "Sound the .Great Sho-
far for our freedom and lift up
the ensign to gather our exiles
and gather us together from the
four corners of the earth." The
key Hebrew word in this prayer
if Galuyoteynoo whose, root is
Galut.
The modern Hebrew word Cor
Diaspora is T'futiah. (7 tutzoi
pf.).
v 'Women s Plea'
At 2 P.M. Sunday
In Beth Shalom
The "Women's Plea for Humi n
is on Behalf of Soviet Jew
ry" is scheduled for 2:00 p.m.
tday in Temple Beth Shalom.
Hollywood.
Sponsored by South Broward
Jewi b ''. men's organizations
with the cooperation of the Com-
m-inily Relations Commit!1 .
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward. the day will feature
MifcU Sniff, 2!. Yiddish singer
and dancer; Abe Gittelson, Jew-
J educator, and Rabbi Han .
il ii. i iple I i :-i El's as-
nt rabbi.
Miakl Shiff, a Coral Gables
m "zzo soprano attending the L'ni-;
vet was recently
I "Ji anie With The I
. dH for 1978 in the 24th
.oeal competition at the
' p Mem trial at
Whit i. 0 of 20
I was awarded a
The event, open to the publi
with- being convert-
the National Council of
b W men, Roberta K
represent dive.
JCC Sponsors Trip To Zoo
The Jewish Community Con-,
ters of South Florida will sponsor ,
8.trip for Senior Adults to the
igical Society of Florida'
a tour of the Grande." Part
Zoo on Wednesday, Dec. 18.
Bues will leave Temple Beth
Fl and the Am rioan Herl
School at 10 a.m. and return at
4 p.m. Those attendin : may bring
or purchase lunch. For reserva-
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December 6, 1974
^lewist MforKdHftm cmd Shofar of Hollywood
Page 13
ro!i;C
ftliat Makes George Paley Run?
Hollywood Hadassah Ami Luncheon
Wednesday At Temple* Beth Shalom
By RITA GOODMAN
Paley was. bora with
year.
L n ,! exhausted bj
f an | watastinfl him
in a hurrj an I
nps up an 6b
monstfatc hat he'i
| 37 y<... Dow
dl> i r
i 'i the rol< r p .-
I well-
iice, she ca
i write
I .. and Paley-wil smile at
- I
\ t, IF
mgh life
I
i but
rd thi
leai his 1



n in
i
ling tl
becom Important
Dorothy and his two
i <>' and I ind .
en i
Paley.
vKh pi -
- > l of them :
ing up.
1 ne is permeated I ;'
I i nee
re's another love
. the aur i_
1 iv i say i!
the level of Paley'a
that's the State of la
(\ \i is ARE bedecked with
ful i ira ': art, sh b i
ith led ecel
:. i past, and r e_ve-
- d I
Q '
|;< (' iv ; ives, th Pa "V will
I bis really "Number
sion .THECOLNS:
i i emb ir of
' I"- Israel N u
of
1 Phil iti list ius
r Vbni bit Coi
* ''' '
I Pi! icy .;>.:" :ile oi'
I coin .r:! medal ever mad'.
I' luc'io and
iC(.i; i-ajlky
,' like oldien on a befl-
rcom re one more
Ui "i i ther with I i< ir
lie:; |<
them .": the
children: .
ONI GR VSW HlLD.Ivan,
. B February. 15 ii
Sanl '-
rtdpi
him with lii t of
....' ico -
which v II y
jihe i-1 lei tvei il '
rest in a lignii
I : '*
Paley i i ol se'fidi about the
eh has brougi -
u !, for it is in- ; i nil
ft run" down, I '
alua ; Lion
rsi iun in N
Ij n the pro-
i
The ': >f the 'al
Is devi I ta.irarr.ad picture! of
' ra I lecdci ir, Dayan,
Bb in, 1
. i.
\ ; HI 1 '*: e n ceh d
th
into 1 a*u<
ask for 1 four. As
ali '. i vhen an
i i I an a
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e'd i a signed picture
: the country
bose i
ives.
i, wi lint: What
M ik 9 Paley Run.1 How "did' he
u -tavt. I eing born iii
Im migrant
a butting few*
1 attend-
'." i : < .if,', by -ftav
d in ;' trad-
ing i m Wal Street.
!.- apsn
lye STf :- decided he'd
'ilV At a
when i i cius6-
r i Pal >j made
n n ereste I
innccti *-;.
Bd on u.
' ft m .". '
. ^'9nd..
the "Lollipop

. ; ROM THERE, other bus)
i I i hemical
Co., Vi : ( i Barlene
-i.'-:1 ;. Preai-
I Sarlene
sold i>art of
i' i he mov: i to iLdlaudalc
'
He toward
phtini how
I to buy i heir love-
ly condominium. "In New York.
I inn" h me fr m work one
ni i I. 1 withdrew
tank today and
it il Florid* ;
p j motions with lias hands,
"No law : icrow Slie just
sent
Dorothy explains, "My contain
ad I liked
the description."
"I : until four
.;':- later*1 Paley .-*id.
rODAT, WITH I'aiey's mad
r u !, he uses ii as a eeirtral point
lireel his m tnj ?rttvirie.
i the Queen*
' uncli i -; n : B'.rlth Commnv
if Israel Bonds
! a c! airmail of the
. r 'i U', i- in-: been appoint-
\" chair-
1' : '76 Campaign
.
Hi al i drm in of the
HiUel Comn il B'nal B'rrth
I i-*iOnt*r.
: a fund-raising
is ii sident of
v ri i r iTlandi rCommanHy
Council and chairman
,, fael Histra h ill of Broward
-
- l'.i'.'v -I'l Is active in-the Hal-:
i .i u i "c. r, is on the
. -,i ; i, tvern i of Israel
P.inds and is a member of Bm-
,-,' ptate Masonic lx>dge of
\". irlda. -
In 1934 in New York. George
Paley's late father, l>ac, who
r ..n,|, (| rnnpremtiau Cr-al
Odom Anahei Minsk in tliat c'-'y. j
on mi/! a "Mareh Again-stj
with Rabbi Stepben
Th Hollywood Chapter of
Hadasaah announces its Bat
Mitzvah (13th; Ami Kosher Lun-
cheen, u> ba hfcld Wednesday
noon at" Temple Beth Shalom,
Hollywood.
All contributors to the Ami
l.imchtfoii ("Ami" meant friend}
...II oL^u-be invited to the'Donor
1-uneiitun tirbc hold at the Diplo-
mas' iio'.J en March LI. Honie
pledged '. u;>port Youth Aliyah
and the Hadasaah Medical Canter
in Kin Kareru. Mrs. Sherman
Fast, advisor,, from the I lorida
Region will be the speaker and
will di tiibute the awards Kn-
tettaininent win be by men
of the H-oward County, Civic
Ballet!
An ', i i supports .i ^
. :' ehll I 'or one oofll h, An T,!i i
(Mother in Israel) sup]
child for one. year. An
(Father In Israel) suppo i
i hild for one year. j
Vbbas who have i onl i d tor
10 years or morn will It!
:.. m< a inscribi >l on th
WaH
Mr. and Mrs. William :' hul
man's names now appear on
ali.
Recognition is n.
ir-.:i and- Abba c ntributor
Hiioi'gh Sefer Hahorim
Parents) n which names are in
scribed and displayed al Rama)
Hadassah-SzoM.
Ima contributors who havi
pledged t'i date are Mrs V
Schuhnan, Mrs. Sabina v ild I
\h -. Jacob I,ut/. Mi
Press" of the Beach Group; Mrs.
Abe Benjamin.of the Golda Meir
Group; Mrs, Herman Y'ork of the
"TfiTlcrest Group and Mrs. Henry.
" Salainon of th<^ Shalom Group.
Mr. William Schulman is- an
Abba.
. Chairman of the day, is Mrs
Abrahaa J S < r, Ami Chapter
Chairman; Chapter Preaideait [a-
Mrs: Arehie" Kamer; Chapter
Fund U:iisi:i | Vice-President,
Mrs. Earl Hi ier in and Pubttcity
Chairman Is Mrs. 1 ouis Jacob-.
Ali n ei is mu : be made
with the i i iv n .'.mi chair-
men- Beach! Mr '." hel Poanick;
Golda Mi -Schlu-
ger or Mi;. Loui Hall-
mark, Mrs W! lib i '
Hem
, M '
Hllkr
>;t. I
or Mi -Bri
- Sabra, ''.< Charle
.. Dan
. P liin.
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CORRECTION
Announcement was .- .
in the last i&iue of the Jew
. ish F.oridian- Shofar thai.
three )to lywood Jewish lead-
ers had been named to the
Board of Governor; of the
American Jewish Joint "Dis-
tribution Committee. Tfie
name Robert Baer was In-
advertently substituted for"
tiiat Of his father. Wclvin
Baer. Lewis E. Colin -and
Nathan -Prit'-her were cor-
rectly identified.
Jeuill
JJlemorial Cnaper
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947-2790
1338S W P'Xir MWY N.M.
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gardens
The only all-Jewish cemetery i'i Broward
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Please send me literature on the above.
NAME:_______________________________
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