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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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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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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Hollywood, Florida Friday, December 29, 1978
Price 35 Cents
[vinsky Addresses South Shomrai Dinner Set for Jan. 6
Broward Leaders At
Big Gifts Reception
Lwish Federation of South Broward held its annual
|ifts Cocktail Reception with special guest Akiva
Wcy. treasurer for the Jewish Agency for Israel. The
0 minimum commitment event was held at the
nat Hotel.

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Reservations are coming in the
Federation office in record
numbers for the annual Shomrai
Dinner to be held Saturday, Jan.
6 at the Diplomat Country Club,
according to Shomrai Chairman,
Dr. Phil Levin.
"The $5,000 minimum com-
mitment event will give those
attending the opportunity to
make their moral and financial
commitments to the people of
Israel and world Jewry," noted
co-chairmen Dr. Howard Barron
and Dr. Joel Schneider.
The guest speaker will be
Rabbi Herbert Friedman, former
executive vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal. He is an
eminent authority on Jewish
overseas needs and Israel's
refugees and immigrants,
declared Dr. Levin.
"Just before the outbreak of
hostilities in 1967, Rabbi
Friedman visited Israel for talks
with Jewish Agency leaders and
government officials resulting in
the historic Israel Emergency
Fund. We are fortunate to have
him coming into our com-
munity," explained Dr. Barron.
"This remarkable man toured
central and eastern Europe to
meet escaping Jews as they fled
Hungary in 1956. He made on-
the-spot surveys of the Jewish
situation in Poland and Rumania.
He also investigated conditions
in North African ghettos," said
:-r-,
Dr. Schneider.
For reservations and ad-
ditional Shomrai information,
contact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
Ted Comet Addresses Young Leaders
t are Moses Hornateiii, AkWa Levinsky, and Nat Pritcher,
i chairman.
Ted Comet, director of Over-
seas Services and Leadership De-
velopment for the Council of
Jewish Federations, addressed
the Young Leadership Com-
mittee of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward. The Com-
mittee met at the home of
Norman and Esther Freedman.
In his work at Council, Comet
is involved in planning to meet
the needs of Israel and of Jewish
communities throughout the
Ted Comet
world. He serves as secretary ot
the Commission on Absorption
and Immigration at the annual
Jewish Agency Assembly.
As director of Leadership De-
velopment, Comet is concerned
with the preparation of younger
people for local community
responsibility and with
deepening the knowledge and
understanding of those in leader-
ship positions.
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Egypt, Israel Agree to Try
To Break Current Deadlock
eft are Federation President; Joyce Newman and Akiva
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are Ben Salter, CJA-IEF chairman; Sol Entin. and Frank
nan. President's Mission chairman. Related photos on Page IZ.
ligres Suffered Anti-Semitism
JSALEM (JTA) -
ajority of Russian im-
in Israel left the USSR
of Zionist motives or
they have been exposed
Semitism, a current study
lebrew University shows.
I study, led by Dr. Zeev
I of the university, was
ktl among students from
3SR and Russian im-
M Outlying Hebrew in the
Jim. Some 34 percent of
Jrviewees said they left the
for Zionist reasons.
' 25 percent said they left
of anti-Semitism, and
13 percent because of
Opposition to the Com-
munist regime.
ONLY SEVEN percent left
because they wanted to improve
their material condition, and
another five percent did so for
religious reasons.
Katz noted the chain reaction
which is a major factor in the
waves of Soviet immigration. He
said there were periodical
fashions of leaving, in the style of
"everybody is leaving, then so
should I."
The study shows that the main
reason for the high drop-out rate
in Vienna among those who were
originally scheduled to immigrate
to Israel (last month 60 percent)
were the strong complaints of
poor absorption in Israel.
By EDWIN EYTAN
BRUSSELS (JTA) -
Egypt and Israel agreed Monday
to remain in contact through Sec-
retary of State Cyrus Vance in
order to try and break the current
deadlock and resume peace talks.
After a three-and-a-half hour
meeting here Vance read a brief
statement, indicating that no
concrete results were reached,
neither as to the level of the
negotiators nor the subjects to be
discussed. Vance said in his
statement that Israeli Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan and
Egyptian Premier Mustapha
Khalil had had "a useful and full
exchange of all the issues."
Observers here stressed that
the word "cordial" or "under-
standing" was not mentioned.
Diplomatic sources also indicated
that the two sides, Israel and
Egypt, remained in their pre-
stated positions; Dayan
stressing that he is prepared to
discuss only the "mechanisms''
of the future talks and Khalil
wanting to analyze the issues at
stake.
THE TWO sides agreed, how-
ever, according to these sources,
to keep a period of relative silence
in order to enable tempers to
calm down and obtain an atmo-
sphere more conducive to the
resumption of the Ulks.
But despite the apparently
relaxed atmosphere, Israeli and
Egyptian sources said their
positions were still far apart. In
Cairo, several important officials,
including the Defense Minister,
said the Egyptian position has
not changed since the peace talks
broke down. The Cairo magazine.
October, reported that President
Anwar Sadat has written to a
number of Arab leaders pledging
that he would not forget the
rights of the Palestinians and
Egypt's obligation to their cause.
Federation Women
Set Luncheon Dates
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division has set the dates for its
largest fundraising luncheons,
according to Campaign Vice
President, Delia Rosenberg.
The Shomrai-Shoshana
Luncheon with minimum
commitments of $5,000 and
$2,500 will be held Jan. 25 at the
Westview Country Club.
The Pacesetter Luncheon with
a minimum commitment of
$1,000 will be held Feb. 14 at the
Doral Country Club.
The Vanguard Luncheon with
a minimum commitment of $500
will be held March 8 at the
Emerald Hills Country Club.
Sumner Kaye, executive director of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward (center), is discussing the evening's agenda with hosts Dr.
Howard Barron and Judee Barron. Pictured below are attendees to the
educational parlor meeting held at the Barrons' home. From left are
Jimmy and Terry Greenberg, Howard and Judee Barron, and Barbara
and Jeff Rosenberg.


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The Jewish m~Min and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Frida
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Pacesetters Chairmen Named
The arrangements chairmen
for the Jewish Federation of
South BrowarcVs annual Pace-
setters Dinner have been named
by Pacesetter Chairman, Jo Ann
Kai/.. The chairmen, Bobbi
(i oik in. Mary Gottlieb, and
Haviva Shull have begun their
plans for the annual dinner held
in support of the Federations
1979 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign. The sixth annual dinner,
which benefits world Jewry, will
be held Saturday, Jan. 27, at the
Diplomat Hotel.
The $1,000 minimum commit-
ment event is a major episode in
the fund raising humanitarian
campaign which benefits the
Jewish people.
A corps of 100 hostesses has
been selected to see that seating,
and table selection goes
smoothly.
Ben Salter. CJA-IEF chair-
man, called upon every CJA-IEF
worker to push harder than ever
to get all Pacesetters in the com-
munity to attend the event.
The guest speaker will be
Richard Stone, United States
Senator.
For additional Pacesetter
information and reservations,
contact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
ZOA Meets
Zionist Organization of
America held its monthly
meeting Dec. 26 at Temple Sinai.
Hollywood. A Chanukah
program was held. Guest speaker
was Rabbi Paul M. Katz whose
topic was "Personal Encounter
with Menachem Begin."
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The Hi-Rise Premier Gifts Division of the Jewish Federating
Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency F-y
launched at a cocktail party at the Hemispheres Be*?t
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from left Mrs. Sam Altman, Mrs. Ben Klein, Mrs. Aaron Knm.1
Herman Glickman, and Mrs. William Gould
Pictured above are the group of students who participated in the
Winter Seminar to Israel. The group will receive college credit for their
trip to the Jewish homeland.
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_ The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Grea ter Hollywood
Frida\
December!
The Deadline Has Passed
Sunday, Dec. 17, was the deadline. That was the
target date decided upon at Camp David for a peace
treaty between Israel and Egypt.
As the deadline approached, President Carter
last week dispatched Secretary of State Cyrus Vance
first to Cairo (naturally) and then to Jerusalem to see
what he could see about meeting the deadline. He
was, in effect, responding with childish petulance and
surliness to the slow pace of the progress between the
two countries.
Even before the dealine had passed, the
President joined an oil-hungry western world to lay
quick blame on what President Sadat has called a
"stubborn*' Israel for failing to come to terms.
Now the deadline has passed, and without a
treaty. Needless to say, no one pays attention to the
changes Egypt demanded daily in the original ac-
cords that was considered perfectly kosher.
Needless to say, all the world's spleen is vented at
Israel for objecting to the escalating demands for
changes an Israel whose leaders repeatedly
declared their willingness to sign the Nov. 21 version
of the treaty formally agreed upon by the United
States. Why did no one jump Egypt about the
Egyptian refusal to sign that version then?
President Carter's surliness, his childish state-
ment about the 'frustration" he has felt at the failure
of Israel and Egypt to meet the deadline simply does
not square with his own administration's unrelenting
encouragement of Egypt to keep raising the ante as
the price Israel must pay for peace or indeed, to
his own statements about Gaza, the West Bank and
Jerusalem that could only lead to a growing anxiety
in the hearts of all Israelis that their freedom and
security were being sold out in the name of a cos-
metic fraud. That he did not foresee the results of his
own non-objectivity is not believable on its face.
No 'Honest Broker'
Who is President Carter to talk about his
frustrations? What about the frustrations of the
people of Israel, who have not been able to feel that
he has played the role of "honest broker" in the
negotiating process? What about the frustrations of
American Jewry, whom he assured of his undying
friendship for Israel when he was seeking their
support in his race for the presidency? "My God is
your God," he told a Jewish congregation in New
Jersey during the 1970 campaign.
Just how believable is that today?
Today, he is the man who called Secretary Vance
back from Jerusalem only hours after Vance brought
Prime Minister Begin the latest escalations of
Egyptian demands as the price for peace. He is the
man who stopped the shuttle, with the obvious
implication that it is easy to do business with Egypt,
but with the Israelis one must "haggle" over
"minutae ".
This is an insult to Israel. It is an insult to the
American Jewish community. It is a cheap pandering
to State Department petrodiplomacy.
What is the President's "frustration" compared
to a people's that has not had a moment's peace for
30 years? To a people, sue million of whose co-
religionists were slaughtered in the Nazi holocaust as
an indifferent world looked on? To a people whose
mere existence as a political entity nettles the souls
of sanctimonious men like President Carter.
President Carter's "deadline" is his own
problem, but the survival of Israel is Israel's duty to
Israel, to the Jewish people, to history. The twain
may not necessarily meet.
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JEWISH FLORIDIAN
nd SHOFAR OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
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Friday, December 29, 1978
Volume 8
'Federation Family'Holds Reuni0.
A reunion of participants on
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's 1978 Community
Mission to Israel brought the
Federation Family together for
another gathering. The reunion
WM held a( the home "I Morris
Hid Annette Deakter Ml
Mission participants had the
opportunity to view slides and
photographs taken by Mission
Photographer, Al Barg.
Reminiscing on the September
trip to their Jewish Homeland.
Bob and Shan. Wolf said. "The
mission was probably the most
wonderful experience of our lives.
The change it madi for us will
las) us ,i verj long lime We seem
to have a greater insight into who
we are and whal we must do
aboul it ."
Mission participants wishing
to view the Mission photos maj
do goal thi Federation office
Hadassah Ami
Luncheon
The Hollywood Chapter ol
Hadassah will hold its annual
Ann Luncheon on Tuesday, Jan.
16, at noon .it the Aventura
Country Club-Garden Room.
Iliscayne Boulevard at 199th
Street, Miami. Bcnji, the (iypsy
Violinist, will provide the en-
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1150 helps a child in Israel. A
loster mother pledge of SIIG5
helps sup|Mirt a child for one year
in a Youth Aliyah day care
center. Ima-Abba. S720 supports
a child completely for one year.
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president is Iona Bra user.
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, December 29.1978
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The Jewish Floridmn and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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The 1979 Hillcrest Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund is well on its way.
The Education Training
Program is under the direction of
Hannah Adel. An advanced
session was held in conjunction
with the Hillcrest Luncheon
1 Manning Committee on Monday.
Dec. 16 at the Hillcrest Country-
Club. The meeting was chaired
The Hallandale Jewish Center's building extension is planned for H(l(l(lSSClh Thank Ytlll
immediate future. The architect and construction company
dv have been engaged. The new wing will house new ad-
bsirulive offices, llabbi's office. Judaica shop. Sisterhood and
Hillcrest Women Hold Meetings
by Alice Berezin. Also in at-
tendance were Women's Division
President Esther Gordon and
Campaign Vice-President Delia
Rosenberg. Sumner Kaye,
executive director of the
Federation, addressed the group.
Co-Chairwomen Alice Berezin
and Gloria Hess said the
H'licrcst Captain's and I.uwheon
Committee is well into the
uitUH lor the Fifth Annual
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Jan. 29 at noon at the Hillcrest
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In the present administrative offices, there will be two classrooms
a library established.
[After the completion of this first phase, the second phase calls foi
Ltirel) new edifice for a large social hall and kitchen facilities. The
i .1 hall will be added to the sanctuary with permanent
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' Emergency Fund campaign. Presenting the check which will
it world Jewry are from left flyman Kontner, financial secretary;
bh C.oldhar, vice president; Carl Rosenkopf, president; and
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The Jewish FloridianandShofar of Greater Hollywood
friday.D**^.
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Resident* of the Deaoto Apartments gather to view a film v
i he Exodus,' sponsored by the Jewish Federation of .y>uthT
From left are Sidnev West, Beatrice West. Carl hosenkoof I
chairman: Harris Herman and Irving Stein.
An educational parlor meeting, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of
South Broward. was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Pittell.
Seated from left are Carol Sue Press. Sam Press, and Sue (.unzberger
Standing from left are Sandy Fredman. Charles Friedman. Elaine
Pittell. Shirley Crub. Bob Pittell, Muriel Schwartz, and Marvin
Schwartz.
Women's Division Events
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division launched its efforts
toward the Federation's 19"9
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign at a
non-fund raising event. Com-
munity Day was held at the Dip-
lomat Hotel with guest speakers
Marillyn Tallman and Bess
Myerson.
A recap of the Women's
Division calendar shows the
following building functions. The
Galahad South will hold its Slot
minimum commitment luncheon
on Jan. 18. Hillcreat will hold its
So- minimum commitment
luncheon on Jan. 29. Quadomain
will hold its SI00 minimum com-
mitment luncheon on Jan. 30.
Golden Surf will hold its lun-
cheon on Feb. 7. La Merwill hold
100 minimum commitment
luncheon on Feb. 12. And,
Aquarius will hold its S100
minimum commitment luncheon
in late Februan.
The Metropolitan Division will
be holding special parlor
meetings.
Fmerald Hills Townhouse?-.
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separate events during the first
two weeks in February.
The Women's Division is
planning a tennis tournament to
be held late March.
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Course For Salesman
BEGINNING JANUARY 8
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Orlando, Flonda 3280 Kosher News
from the makers of HELL/MANN'S/BEST FOODS Real Mayonnaise
Us true. These holiday baked goods bake best with Hellmann's Real Mayonnaise. When added
to these delicious recipes, Hellmann's brings out a home baked flavor that's extraordinarily creamy
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RAISIN-NUT BREAD
2 1
2 cups unsifted flour
1 cup raisins
1 cup chopped walnuts
3 4 cup sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 4 teaspoon sail
2 eggs
3 4 cup water
1 2 cup HELLMAN S BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 1 2 teaspoon vanilla
Grease and flour 9" loaf pan Stir together first 6 ingre-
dients In small bowl beat remaining ingredients until
smooth Add to dry ingredients, stir just until moist-
ened Pour into prepared pan Bake in 350 F oven 50
to 60 minutes or until cake tester inserted in center
comes out clean Cool in pan 10 minutes remove
Makes 1 loaf
APPLE-CRUMB DESSERT
6 cups cored, peeled, sliced apples
(about 2 lbs)
1 cup unsifted flour
3/4 cup sugar
112 teaspoon ground cinnamon
112 Cup HELLMANS/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
Place fruit in greased 8" x 8" x 2" baking
pan Stir together next 3 ingredients Stir
OLD-FASHIONED OATMEAL COOKIES
11.2 cups firmly packed dark brown sugar
3-4 cup HELLMAN S BESTFOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 egg
2 teaspoons vanilla
3 cups old fashioned oats
1 cup unsilted flour
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 2 teaspoon baking soda
1 8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
3 4 cup raisins
In large bowl with mixer at high speed beat first 4 in-
gredients 2 minutes Reduce speed to low, beat m next
5 ingredients until well blended Stir in raisins Drop by
level tablespoonfuls 3 inches apart on greased cookie
sheets Bake in 350 F oven 10 to 12 minutes or until
lightly browned Immediately transfer to wire rack,
cool Makes about 4 dozen
m Real Mayonnaise until mixture resembles
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,y, December 29,1978
The Jewish
Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
... Page 7
(lunteer interpreters Mr. Bella Fairatein and Dr. Al Martin
llcome Leonid Brodsky and Alia Brodsky, Russian im-
grants. At right is Shelly Solomon, Russian resettlement
eworker with Jewish Family Service of Broward County.
Young Russian Couple
elcomed to Hallandale
By SHELLY SOLOMON
Going to the airport to meet a newly arrived Russian family
[always an exciting, emotional experience. With each arrival,
t, of the Jewish Family Service of Broward County, feel as if
ne of our own" has come home.
So it was with the arrival of Leonid and Alia Brodsky on
D\ & Al the plane we met a most attractive, smiling couple in
fir early twenties. Married two years, their enthusiasm for
art inn a now life in a new home was more than touching. We
(re further pleased and surprised at the excellence of
rodk-y s Knglish.
Wanting to "get on" with their new adventure, Alia
tiled in Knglish class the very first day. Within three days
lonid (he likes to be called Lenny) had found a position as an
Li mechanic in a foreign car repair shop. His boss was so
fased with his determination that he requested that we send
bre of our Russian families to him for employment, and he
pited the Hrodskys for Thanksgiving dinner.
Leonid has also enrolled in evening school, four nights a
ik. to further his study of auto mechanics. Alia, sharing her
sband's enthusiasm and determination, promptly obtained a
as a seamstress. Her co-workers likewise praise her for her
jlustriousness and amiability.
Now residing in Hallandale, "Lenny and Alia" have become
Ionics of other Russian families and of the congregation of the
|Dandale Jewish Center where they attend Friday night
ices.
We are truly proud of these "New Americans," their
krage and accomplishments in such a short period of time. We
bw theirs will be a "success story."
Seen here planning the Parker
Plaza Premier Gifts Cocktail
Party to be held at the home of
Lucile and Melvin Baer are
seated from left Martin Harnick.
Fannie Shifrin, Charles Pierson,
and Paul Nestle. Standing from
left are Elias Baum, honorary
building chairman; Ralph
Feldman, building chairman; and
Melvin Baer, Premier Gifts host.
The S500 minimum com-
mitment event is part of the Hi-
Rise Premier Gifts Division of
Hollywood Beach and Hallandale
Beach in support of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. The first
event was held at the
Hemispheres Beach Club
Restaurant and produced an \
overall 25 percent increase.
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with more than 1,400 flights to 93 cities every day of the Hanukkah season.
Well be glad to provide a Kosher meal on any mealtime flight if you
request it when you make your reservations. Happy Hanukkah!
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cember29,1978
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i left are Barbara Rosenberg, Terry Greenberg. Chery
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r ederation president; and Mayor Harry Rosen of Miramar.
Dm left are Madi Taylor, Ruth Goldstein, Ruth Glick and
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Discussing the fact that the late Golda Meir's last name was once
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Friday,
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Broward Leaders At
Big Gifts Reception
From left art' Allen Gordon, Federation treasurer; Akiva Lcvtnskj,
and Herbert I>. Katz. CJA National chairman.
From left are Paul Weiner, Big Gifts committee member; Eleanor
Weiner; Alex Garber; Carol Weinstein; Otto Stieber, Hallandale
Beach chairman: and Evelyn Stieber.
From left are Nat Sedley. Upgrade chairman; Akiva Levinsky. and
Jack Saltzman. Big Gifts Committee member.
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From left are Akiva Levinsky, Sally and Milton Winograd.
From left are Paul and
Federation vice president.
Marilyn Anton,
oses II urns Kin.
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Levinsky Addresses South j
Pjtgogcmcnt
v
I Olivia Miller
MilUr-Kidak
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From left are Lewish E. Cohn, immediate past president of the
Federation: Akiva Levinsky, and Sumner Kaye, Federation Executive
Director.
Miss Olivia Heller Miller is
engaged to Victor B. Kislak.
Miss Miller is the daughter
Ol Mrs Khona Miller of
Hallandale ami the late
\1 W Miller nt Sturgeon
Bay, Wise
Ki ilak is the son of David
Kislak <>l Palm Beach and
Mrs. George Friedland of
Philadelphia and Palm
Beach.
Miss Miller is attending
Simmons College in Boston.
A winter wedding is planned.
Decision
Appealed
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) A
Manhattan Federal Court
decision upholding the con-
stitutionality of a New York state
law providing reimbursement to
religious schools, including
Jewish Day Schools, for record-
keeping and administrative
services mandated for such
schools by state law, will be
appealed to the U.S. Supreme
Court by the Committee for
Public Education and Religious
Liberty (PEARL).
The announcement was made
by Leo Pfeffer. counsel for
PEARL, a coalition of 36 civic,
religious, education, labor and
community organizations in \ew
York state On behalf of PEARL,
I'teller filed the original suit in
June 19"4 against the state"s
1974 Mandated Services Act. At
stake is about $800,000 a year for
the Jewish Day Schools in the
-late.
THE ORIGINAL PEARL suit
asked the federal court to enjoin
Stale Comptroller Arthur Levitt
and State Education Com-
missioner Ewald Nyquist from
making payments to such schools
for the required procedures. The
federal court declared the law
unconstitutional in June 1977,
In cans, moM) was paid directly
from the state treasury to the
schools.
Bombing in Paris
PARIS (JTA| The Paris
offices ol a Jewish organization
were blown up Monday and anti-
Semitic slogans painted on a
synagogue m southern France.
At the same time, however, som.
">(M) people demonstrated in the
city of Nines to protest the up-
surge of neo-Nazi ideologies in
the country. All three incidents
are unconnected.
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federation of South Broward's Combined Jewish Ann
Emergency F'und.
Meeting with members of the La Mer workers committee
the 1979 La Mer efforts of the Jewish Federation of South
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund are from
Franklin, west building chairman; Herman Karmiel, south
chairman; Leon Glattman, east building chairman; and |
Fridman, La Mer general chairman.
Jewish Federation of South Broward Women's Division!
hostesses are from left Freda Schwartz, Noreen Sduffi
Karton, Lynn Bial, Edi Rubinstein, and Elaine Greggors
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ember 29,1978
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
Beth Shalom Groundbreaking Set
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to speak to a standing room only crowd at Temple Solel are
i^M* Day Chairman, Sheila Katlin; guest speaker,
an Morris Udall; Rabbi Robert Frazin; and Federation
nan
[jo\re Newman.
nis In i he Human Rights Day program are from left Nat
(chairman of the Federation's Community Relations Com-
lllarbara Stein; Hollywood Mayor, David Keating;
jian Morris Udall; Soviet Jewry Chairman, Elaine Pittell;
astin, past president of Church Women United; Joyce
Federation president; and Sumner Kaye, Federation
Idirector.
Temple Beth Shalom of
Hollywood announces the start of
construction to the Educational
complex with a groundbreaking
ceremony on Sunday, Dec. :si at
10 a.m.
Allan Coplin is Building
Committee chairman, Dr. Morton
Malavsky, Rabbi of the
Synagogue and Dean of the Day
School; Leon Weissberg.
educational director; Mrs.
Shirley Cohen, early childhood
director; Temple president Dr.
Samuel Meline, and Board of
Education chairpersons Dr. Fred
Blumenthal and Kllie Katz.
The phenomenal growth of the
Beth Shalom School necessitated
the expansion program and will
include more than 15,000 square
feel of additional space as
follow B
The .Jill Anne Coplin Memorial
Wing will house many modern
facilities. There will be a large
library which will house ap-
proximately .">.000 volumes with
an Audio Visual Center,
Librarian's Office, and special
audio visual space. This will be
known as the Meyerhoff Library.
A laboratory for the sciences
known as the Katz Science Lab; a
large area which will house the
youth of all ages will be the
Shapiro Youth Center; and a
specially designed music room
will be the Dubin Music Room.
Sponsorship of class rooms is
available with one of the
classrooms reserved and known
as the Engleberg Class Room.
The ron1 Imii r>* from the
above mentioned sponsors have
I helped seating go quickly at the Human Rights Day Plea
ipl- Solel. Members of the hostess committee seated from
orence Pasternak, Ann Kern and Mollie Stone. Standing
re Cheri Rothschild, Rose Stein, Florence Kaplowitch, Tillie
Estel Langs, Edna Jacobs, chairman; Ida Nyer, and Irene
n
A r\
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[of the Jewish Federation of South Broward Women's
neeiing for the training of workers for the 1979 Combined
ppeal-Israel Emergency Fund are from left Ruth Morgan,
of the Emerald Hills Villas; Jean Kruger, chairman of the
Hill- Townhouses. Villas, Apartments; Pearl Erenstein.
rdon. Rosilin Harnick, Jackie Heckman. and Shirley
ii. The meeting was held at the home of Ruth Morgan.
- Federation of South Broward Women's Division held
worker's meetings in the Emerald Hills area. One of these
Tas at the home of Chairman, Jean Kruger. Attendees of the
rated below from left are Frances Grossman and Frances
i i'il above from left are Mildred Turkman, Jean Moss, Bea
bd Marlene Heller.
arnett
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Of
toward County
enabled the building expansion to
commence without additional
mortgages. The plans were drawn
by Samuel Garmizo; the general
contractor is John Luther; and
completion target is May of 1979.
This will enable the enrollment to
accept a minimum of 25 percent
more. At present, more than
1.000 children are enrolled.
'KK,nK bas sparked an interest in some of the leaders of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward. Participating in the Chanukah Run.
sponsored by the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community tenter (a
recipient agency of the Federations CJA-IEF funds) are from left
Kick Roundlree. Robin Gordon. Allen Gordon. Federation tr< usurer:
Herb Katz. Federation past president; and Dr. Norman Atkin.
Federation past president. Not pictured with the group is Federation
Executive Director, Sumner Kave. Kave finished 207 out of the 389
runners, with a time of 70:08. ______
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Baker Named to Federation Staff Religious **? ^L~^W
Bob Baker has been named to
the campaign staff of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
according to Executive Director,
Sumner Kaye.
Baker will be responsible for
the Combined Jewish Appeal-
1: rael Kmertfency Fund cam-
paign efforts of Hillcrast,
Holly brook, the homes of
Hills, Hollywood Hills.
allandale, and the Svnagogue
unpaigna
\ gi tduate oi Mew "i ork ...>
hi is the former owner
Hollywood Fire and Safety
introl Hi was chairman for the
UJA fundraismg drive ut \ew
ork Law School.
Directory
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TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
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Phillip A. Labowltz Cantor Maurice
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TAMARAC JEWISH -fcNTER
5'th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Zimmerman (44 A)
9106
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Bob Baker
MIRAMAH
SRAEL TEMPLE 6 SW 35th St
Conservative Rabbi Paul Plotkin
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
-EMPLE BETH EMET 200 NW
Douglas Rd Liberal Reform David
Goldstein, ed dir.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd., Hollywooo Conservative Rabbi
Bernard i Scoter
The Hillcrest Premier Gifts Cocktail Party launched the HiUcrest
campaign of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1979 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Guest speakers Val and
Morton Silberman (center) are pictured with from left Phyllis Pritcher,
Nat Pritcher. Big Gifts Chairman: Sue Mock and Bert Mock. HiUcrest
Chairman.
PLANTATION
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TION. 400 S. Nob HIM Rd. Rabbi
SheON J Harr (64)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SVNA
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. HALLANOALE
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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Ave Conservative Rabbi Max Land
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BETH EL TEMPLE. 1351 S 14th Ave.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe Assis-
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Members of the Aquarius Women's Division of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward meeting to organize their luncheon on behalf of the
Federation's 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
(iimpaiKTi are from left Rhoda Schluizer, building chairman. Peggy
Pnret. Edith Frost, and Mollie Verebay The meeting was held at the
home of Yetta Hire.
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December 29,1978
The Jewish Floridian nnJBL^. of Greater Hollywood
Page 16
Israel Dinner of State
David Ben Gurion Award
Ip presented to two
guished Hollywood
Its for extraordinary
o the State of Israel. Abe
and Charles A. Wolfe,
with the Jewish
lion of South Broward, the
onds Organization and
ommunal causes, will be
at the Temple Beth-El
inner of State, Saturday,
Tin the Tobin Auditorium
Lie Beth-El in Hollywood,
trier will be at 7:30
ta 7 pm. reception.
rn is on the Board of
of South Broward
I Federation and on the
Board. He is also a
of the local Soviet Jewry
Committee. He has been active
with the Jewish Family Services
and was chairman of the
Hallandale Hi-Rise Division of
the United Way. He is the author
of "Ask Abe' which has ap-
peared in the Jewish Floridian for
the last four years.
Wolfe, chairman of the board
of Wolfe's Enterprise, Inc., is a
life member of B'nai B'rith.
Chautauqua Society and Fight
for Sight. He is active with the
Hope School and is past
president of Temple Beth-El
Brotherhood, a member of the
Temple's Board of Trustees and
chairman of the Cemetery Com-
mittee and has been chairman of
the Visitation, Transportation
and Publicity Committees.
Guest speaker will be Israel
Amitai, one of Israel's leading
television producers, writers, and
directors and a noted authority
on the Middle East.
Chairman of the dinner will be
Dr. Philip R. Gould, a vice
president of Temple Beth-El and
active in a broad range of
communal causes. Heading
dinner preparations with him are
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe, Rabbi;
Jonathan S. Woll, Assistant
Rabbi; Milton Jacobs, president;
Jack Masket, Brotherhood
president; and Reesa Freedman,
Sisterhood president.
j^k
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la: Re Significance of the number
(Ask Abe, Jewish Floridian and Shofar,
1.1977. p. 10.)
tbe:
knk you for the interesting and informative
i you write in The Jewish Floridian.
education chairman of the Golda Meir
(.sail. I find much of my material in your
an example, some time ago you wrote about
(ihImt of times the number seven appears in
pblr I used that as one of my short talks,
: additional sevens to it.
might be interested in how I have used it,
i enclosing a copy of my short talk.
\h kindest regards. I am
Very sincerely,
Rhoda Schluger
Hollywood. Fla.
above kiter is self-explanatory. 1 am very
I tn share Mrs. Schluger's short talk at the
fcsah meeting with the readers of this
In. I appreciate her kind remarks. Please
pie sending your letters and comments.
ud afternoon. We all have a lucky number.
uuiiei is j my husband's is 23, but do any
realize how often the number 7 appears in
(ble? It appears more than 500 times.
fe question arises, is the significance of the
er 7 due to the fact that it appears so many
in the Bible, liturgy and legend, or is this
lie to some other significance of the number
|t from its prominence in our scriptures?"
)ng many examples of how 7 appears are
flowing:
By Abe Halpern
'The creation lasted seven days and according
to the Torah. God blessed the seventh day and
made it holy.
"The celebration of the sabbath as a day of rest
is the Jewish contribution to civilization.
"In ancient times the farmer would till and
plant his land six years, and rest it on the
seventh.
"Pharaoh had a dream which Joseph inter-
preted and because of it Egypt became the
granary of the Middle East.
"During the plentiful yields of grain, part of the
crop was stored for seven years, and when famine
struck. I he people did not starve because of this.
In fact, that is how the custom of storing of grain
in all the world started.
"The seven benedictions or blessings recited at
a wedding ceremony are repeated during the
'benchen'. the blessings after the meal.
"At a traditional wedding ceremony the bride
circles the groom seven times. That must make
for a di/.zy bride.
"And so on and on the number seven
continues to appear.
"So when you go to the races or to Las
Vegas, bet on seven and be sure to give your win-
nings to Hadassah."
Editor's note: Please send all questions to:
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Community Calendar
Jan. 2
SABRA-SCOPUS GROUP OF HOLLYWOOD HADASSAH, Board
Meeting, 9:45 a.m. at Washington Federal Bank, 540 N. Park Road,
Hollywood, 2nd floor, contoct Shirley Rosenblatt at 962-6213.
Jan. 4
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD WOMEN'S DIVISION,
Executive Committee Meeting, 9:30 a.m., Federation office, 2719
Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood. WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT,
Mid-Year Growth Conference, Rabbi Harold Richter, Key Speaker,
Holiday Inn, Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale.
Jan. 6
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Shomrai Dinner, 7p.m.,
Diplomat Country Club, 501 Diplomat Parkway, Hallandale, Guesf,
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, Former Executive Vice Chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Jan. 7
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Pacesetters Table
Meeting, 10:30 a.m., Federation office, 2719 Hollywood Boulevard,
Hollywood.
Jan. 8
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN, HOLLYWOOD SECTION,
General Meeting and Book Review by Max Denner on the "Life of
Samuel Goldwyn", 12:30 p.m., Temple Sinai, 1201 Johnson Street.
Hollywood, refreshments will be served. Call 923-4286.
Jan. 9
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Executive Campaign
Cabinet, noon, Federation office, 2719 Hollywood Boulevard,
Hollywood.
Jan. 10
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD WOMEN'S DIVISION,
Mini Mission Bus Tour, 1 p.m., Art & Cultural Center, 1301 South
Ocean Drive, Hollywood.
Jan.11
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD WOMEN'S DIVISION.
Pacesetter Committee Meeting, 10 a.m., Federation office, 2719
Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood.
Jan. 14
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Meeting, 10 30 a m., Federation office, 2719 Hollywood Boulevard,
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Soviet Jewry Update
Friday,
In Moscow's Archipova Street
Synagogue Mikhail Kremen, a
41-year-old radio engineer, rose to
recite Kaddish for his father, who
had died thousands of miles away
in Kiryat Ata, near Haifa. In his
heart was a bitterness at the cruel
snub he had received from Soviet
officialdom.
Kremen, a refusenik of five
years standing, received a
telegram reporting his father's
death on Oct. 15. Knowing that
his mother was in ill health and
considerable distress, he im-
mediately sent out 30 hand-
written letters to various dig-
nitaries and senior officials
pleading with them to be allowed
to attend the funeral. As a
guarantee of his return, he would
leave his wife and two children
behind him. He was granted an
interview with the Deputy Head
of QVIR. Mr. Ovchennikov, who
told him: "In the interest of 260
million loyal citizens of the
USSR, you will not set one foot
outside our borders.''
What are those vital interests
which Ovchennikov is intent on
protecting? Six years ago
Kremen worked on one part of
the joint Russian American
space flight. Kremen's narrow
field of work was known in every
detail by those cooperating on
the joint space program.
Friends who heard Kremen
reciting the Kaddish were moved
by his own intense emotionalism.
I was very close to my father,"
he said, "and my most fervent
desire was to be by. my mother's
side at the funeral. She is a frail
old lady and offered a special
prayer that I might be allowed to
sit Shiva (a ritual week of mourn-
ing) by her side."
Even when Soviet Jews do
finally get their visas to leave,
their problems are not necessarily
over. They still have Brest
(formerly Brest Litovsk) to deal
with. The town is where the post
October Revolution peace treaty
between Germany and Bolshevik
Russia was concluded.
The hurdle is customs, as it is
everywhere. But in Brest it is
something special. People have to
wait for as long as 10 days for
clearance; not in a three star
tourist hotel. Not in any hotel in
fact, since they no longer have
Soviet passports they are not
entitled to that sort of accom-
modation a situation which
the good citizens of Brest under-
stand and appreciate. They give
the departing Jews accom-
modation for only two roubles
(IL 1.75) a straw mattress per
night. For a family from Bukhara
this could work out ap-
proximately IL 60, and since
they are allowed to take out
about IL 50 altogether, the
citizens of Brest are not doing too
badly. *
There is another small prob-
lem. Unlike other places, in the
customs sheds at Brest the
departing traveler is not allowed
to stand by his luggage while it is
being checked. Inevitably there
are "accidents." Mattresses are
ripped wide open. Electrical
equipment never works again,
and things mysteriously dis-
appear. As for the Soviet law that
valuables worth more than 250
roubles may not be taken out, the
Brest assessors seem totally
unable to distinguish between the
family wedding ring and a
treasure from the Leningrad
Hermitage. To be sale they con-
fiscate everything.
There is one thing that the
officials have on their side. They
know that the departing citizens
are not going to come back to
lodge a complaint.
The Soviet Jewry Committee
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward has >ndertaken a
petition campaign to remove the
1960 Olympics from Moscow.
The petition reads: WHERE-
AS, the spirit of the Olympics
was intended to foster under-
standing and sportsmanship
s
SILENT NO MORE
among people: and WHEREAS,
the Soviet Union has violated the
human rights and dignity of her
citizens; WE, the undersigned,
support the removal of the 1980
Olympic Games from Moscow to
a free and democratic country.
These petitions are available at
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
SOVIET PRISON DIET
Breakfast: 14 ounces of black
bread (the day's rations); 1 ounce
of herring; cup of hot water.
Lunch: cup of watery cabbage
soup with a few slices of potato or
thin kasha tiruel made from 1
ounce of buckwheat oats and a
medium onion.
Supper: 31 a ounces of watery
mashed potato or cup of raw
cabbage and tomato vinagrette.
The diet totals 1,200 calories,
half the daily requirement for a
person at active labor. It includes
iki -.ugar or fats. Until a prisoner
has completed half his sentence
hi is entitled to only two
packages a year of foodstuffs of
only 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds)
I ,ii h When half the term is com-
pleted, he is then entitled to an
additional package of 5 kilograms
(11 pounds) per year.
According to the New York
City Health Commissionv which
did an analysis of the diet, the
"severe nutritional restrictions
exact a heavy toll on the
prisoners, leaving them open to
skin and lung infections, muscle
waste and mental breakdown. A
health maintenance diet for a
person at active labor, nine hours
a day. in a cold climate, would
require 2,800 calories."
Soviet Jewish prisoners juffer
in camps like this in punishment
for applying to emigrate. Your
letters directly to these prisoners
help keep their courage alive.
Your letters of protest to Soviet
officials help to secure their
eventual release.
Anatoly Altman, P.OB.
5110/ 1 VS 389/35, Moscow,
RSFSR, USSR.
Mark Dymshitz, UCHR
5110 1 VS 389/36, Moscow
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