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Volume 9- Number 3
Hollywood, Florida Friday, February 9,1979
Mark Siegel Speaks at Emerald Hills
Mark Siegel, former deputy
assistant to President Carter,
was the guest speaker at the
annual Emerald Hills Dinner held
on behalf of the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel
The Jan. 21 dinner was chaired
I by Ben and Lee Rosenberg.
CJA-IEF Chairman, Ben
(Sailer, announced that the
I Emerald Hills efforts have been
excellent in past years, and this
[year's function should prove just
[us beneficial to the Federation's
[annual humanitarian campaign
|f(ir world Jewry.
The Rosenbergs anticipate
heir friends and neighbors
raising more money for the CJA-
IEF Campaign than they have in
the past. "The residents of
innrakl Hills are aware of the
Heeds of the people of Israel and
Lhey want to do their share to
help meet these needs. They
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Stone Addresses South
realize that it will take total
support from the residents and
giving from the heart to educate
the children of Israel, supply
udequule housing for the poor,
and create a better life for Jews
Sponsors for the 1979 Emerald
Hills Dinner were:
Nelson Dembs, Eli Field, Al
Lee & Ben Rosenberg
Gandall, Hyman Glickstein, Jack
Goldberg, Abbott Greene, Jack
Grossman, Max Klein, Sol S.
Kurtz. Charles Moses.
Also Jerry Niederman, Nathan
Rakita, Lou Rappaport, Ben
Rosenberg. Sam Sabin, David
Scha'tzow, Bernard Scheinholz,
Nathan Shainberg, George
Steinberg, Harry Swartzman,
and Dr. Louis Winkelman.
Women's Division Pacesetters Luncheon
"The missing element for the
treaty between Begin and Sadat
is firmness and reassurance by
the United States to Egypt and
Israel for support." These were
the words of Florida Sen. Richard
Stone as he addressed more than
550 members of the South Brow-
ard community at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
sixth annual Pacesetters Dinner,
held in support of the 1979 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel
"In the last few months, things
(the Mideast situation) have
taken a turn for the worse and we
seem as far away from that
wonderful night (signing of Camp
David Accords) as we could pos-
sibly be," explained Stone.
CJA-IEF General Chairman,
Ben Suiter, announced at the
$1,000 minimum commitment
event that the campaign was cur-
rently at $1,786,593; which in-
cluded $282,464 credited to the
women's division. Following the
fund raising session, he then an-
nounced that the campaign was
CJA-IEF Chairman, Ben Salter
Tue Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of South
Jhoward has finalized plans for
Pacesetter Luncheon in
kupporl of the 1979 Combined
lewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund. The $1,000
hinimum commitment event will
be held Wednesday, Feb. 14 at 11
a.m. at the Doral Country Club,
according to Pacesetter Chair-
women Carol Morgenstein and
The women will travel from
Hollywood to the luncheon by a
esidents of the Galahad North insuring the success of their function
in support of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Com-
iied Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund are seated from left Ida
uvin, honoree and co-chairman; Jose Singer; and Anna Shabses.
anding from left are Irving Goldstein, co-chairman; Solomon
r, chairman; George E. Gordon; and Louis Hoberman.
Jahad North honoree and co-chairman, Ida Lavin (left) greets guest
taker Zvi Kolitz, a well known author, journalist, motion picture
"1 theatrical producer.
The luncheon will feature guest
speaker Elaine Bloom and a
musical program by the Habimah
The Pacesetter committee
members are Harriet Bloom,
Natalie Bluth, Nancy Brizel,
Josephine Budasoff, Helen
Cohan. Gertrude Entin, Betty
Finkelstein, Mina Finkelstein
and Vivien Goldstein.
Also included are Rosemarie
Goodman, Brenda Greenman,
Selma Hopen, Dorothy Katz, Jo
Ann Katz, Rochelle Koenig,
Shirley Kravitz, Gertrude Lein-
wand and Bobbie Levin.
Other members are Marian
I.evitals. Audrey Meline, Sue
Mock, Elaine Pittell. Florence
Roth, Beverly Shapiro, Bobbe
Schlesinger. Ana Sonkin and
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I CJA-IEF !
Aquarius residents have been
meeting regularly to plan for
their efforts of the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward's 1979
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
The first Aquarius function,
held on Sunday, Jan. 7, in the
Cascade Room, was an
educational breakfast featuring a
film and guest speaker, Henry
The second Aquarius event
was the Aquarius Premier Gifts
Cocktail Party, Thursday. Jan.
18, at the home of Alexander
Garl>er The $500 minimum con-
tribution event was highlighted
Continued on Page 7
From left Moaes Hornstein. Federation vice president; Sen. Richard
Mone; and Joyce Newman, Federation president.
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Pacesetters Chairman, Jo Ann Katz (second from left) and guest
speaker Sen. Stone (center) with Arrangements Chairmen, from left,
Mary Gottlieb. Haviva Schull and Bobbi Gotkin.
The Pacesetters Dinner was also anniversary and birthday celebration
time for (from left) Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kotter, Frances Briefer, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Pritcher and Mrs. Sol Kaminsky.
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Hillcrest Women's Division Lunch
Utendants at the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Women's
Division Shomrai Shoshana Luncheon, held at Weatview Country
Club are seated from left Mary Zinn. Dina Sedley, Phyllis Pritcher and
Esther Gordon. Standing from left are Sylvia Kalin, Eleanor Weiner,
Jo Ann Katz and Ellie Katz.
More than $110,000 was
pledged by the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's Hillcrest
Women's Division at the recent
luncheon held at the Hillcrest
Country Club, according to
chairmen Alice Berezin and
"The luncheon attendants
made their moral and financial
commitments to benefit the
Federation's 1979 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund,'' explained Mrs. Berezin.
The campaign committee
consists of Sara Ottenstein. lun-
cheon; Grt Kronovet, luncheon
and Low-rise; Eleanor Rabins,
Sue Mock, Eleanor I^erner. table
decorations and gifts; Hannah
Adel, worker training and Van-
guard; Judy Schwartz, publicity;
Shirley Kravilz, Harriet Bloom,
Pacesetter; Bea Mogilowitz and
Qert F.ntin, Upgrade; Nellie
Shanler, Hi-Rise and Roz Ratner,
Seated from left are Gloria Hess, Alice Berezin and Nellie Shanler.
Standing from left are Sue Mock. Eleanor l.erner, Eleanor Rabins,
Hannah Adel and Judy Schwartz.
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Marge Saltzman, Shomrai chairwoman and benefactress presents i
Shomrai Women Honor Roll, which was hand-painted by Susan Miller
and hand-lettered by Bobbie Levin.
From left are Marge Saltzman, Shomrai chairwoman, Jane Sherman,
guest speaker and Evelyn Stleber and Dina Sedley, Shoshana co-
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Hello excuse the delay in
I seem to still
be living in two I
worlds, still I ami
intoxicated and j
-. every minute ol
Thanks, and Happy '79.
P.S. I made contact up here
with Stew Crane at the Boca
Federation. He's trying to get
Hebrew classes and Israeli
dancing classes together.
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truly gets into your soul and
having experienced the land and
the people, enriches and changes
your life forever.
I hunger now for the news from
Israel, for the cultural richness I
experienced there and for the
sights, sounds, and colors.
Luckily I've met some people
since my return who have been to
Israel and have experienced the
same kind of "cultural shock"
and nostalgic longing upon their
I can go on and on, but I think
you know and understand very
well how very wonderful it is to
be wrapped inside the spirit of
Israel for fourteen days. I know I
will return I have to.
i Please keep me informed of any
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The Pundits Were Wrong \
The impulse to be a latter day Nostradamus all
too frequently escapes our wiser impulse to control it.
In the matter of the showing of the television series,
Holocaust, on German TV last week, too many
"experts" predicted that no one would care.
We have, ourselves, in these columns in the past
placed in serious question the worthiness of the
Holocaust series from the point of view of its
authenticity, its historical facticity. The series is, we
said, more of a Hollywood soap opera than it is an
accurate depiction of events as they occurred in
Germany during the Hitler era.
We recalled the German playwright, Rolf
Hochhuth, and his Deputy, which examined the
roots of clerical anti-Semitism at a time when one
would have thought that Germany and Germans
would not be particularly interested in such a sub-
ject. Predictably, the Hochhuth play raised a furor of
interest and debate.
High Audience Rating
But Holocaust, in our view, could have no such
impact because it had been dulled by the sheen of a
"MaXFactor glamor treatment.
It is perhaps for this very reason that all the
predictions were wrong about how Germany would
take to the showing of Holocaust on their television
sets last week. Even though the program was
shunted to a regional channel, Germany's third and
least-watched television station, it received an
astonishingly high audience rating.
Perhaps, had Holocaust been as authentic in its
portrayal of the Nazi era horrors, say, the little-
heralded documentary by the master French cinema -
tographer Alain Renais in his film, Nacht undNebel,
the German audience might simply have turned it off
in horror or else simple disbelief.
Whatever the reason for the positive German
reaction, the experts were all wrong. Apparently,
Holocaust was authentic enough. There was a high
audience rating despite the claim of many Germans
that they were tired of being reminded of the
atrocities of the Nazis. There was a high audience
rating despite the threats of neo-Nazis, including the
bombing of the transmission lines leading to the
antenna of one of the stations several days before the
program was aired.
The Future Before Us
Preliminary reports indicate that the program
was viewed favorably. Will this have any lasting
effect on the nation and its people, either those who
lived through the Nazi era or the large percentage
born after World War II?
The effect can perhaps best be demonstrated
positively if the Germans now support the demand
that West Germany extend the law which permits
the prosecution of Nazi war criminals which is due to
expire Dec. 31. Chancellor Helmut Schmidt made
this very point in commending the program in a
speech to Parliament. He said it was a "must"
because "of the decision each of us must make for
himself in the course of the year on the statute of
So far as Jews outside of Germany are con-
cerned, they must come to grips with the friendship
established between Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer long ago/
both titanic leaders of their people, both now gone.
These wise men understood that, even if the past
can not, must not be forgotten, still there is a future
we must dwell upon as well. The response of Ger-
many to Holocaust shows that Germany is willing to
face the past and perhaps, too, be a part of the
Friday, February 9,1979
Hollybrook Plans CJA-IEF Events
The Hollybrook Division of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward has made plans for
events to be held in support of
the Federations Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
The first event will be a
Premier Gifts Cocktail Party at
the home of Jack and Mary Jaffe.
The $500 minimum commitment
event will be held Feb. 18.
The second Hollybrook event
will be Sunday. Feb. 25. Esther
and Moe Marcus will be honored
at a special gifts dinner at the
Hollybrook Clubhouse. The $150
minimum commitment dinner
will begin at 5:30 p.m.
The third Hollybrook event to
be held to benefit world Jewry
will be March 4. when the
residents of Hollybrook show
their solidarity to the people of
Israel with a Hollybrook Walk A
Thon, starting at 9 a.m.
From left are Dr. Alexander Goldenberg and Manya Weasler, Holly
brook chairmen; Jacqueline Levine, advance gifts chairman; and
Lester Weil, coordinator.
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electing new officers and friend-
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Friday, February 9,1979
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
South Broward Representative Returns
From Plenary With Valuable Information
organizations with a non-sec-
tarian, cross-section con-
stituency," are allied with the
Jewish community in support of
Israel, Soviet Jewry and a broad
range of U.S. social welfare
Workshop sessions dealt with
a wide range of community
CINCINNATI, Ohio The
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council
recently held its four-day Plenary
meeting here at the Netherland
Hilton Hotel. Among the
speakers were U.S. Sen. Daniel P.
Moynihan, Israel's Deputy Prime
Minister Yigael Yadin and
Israel's new Ambassador to the
U.S., Ephraim Evron. Some 400
Jewish community leaders in
attendance participated in dis-
cussions on some of the most
important issues of Jewish
concern today. Dr. Ira Sheier,
director of the Community
Relations Committee of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward attended the Plenary.
The Plenary is the highest
policy-making body of the NJC-
RAC, which coordinates policy
and programming for its
membership of 106 Jewish com-
munity relations councils and 11
national agencies American
Jewish Committee, American
Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith,
A nt i Defamation League,
llada.ssah, Jewish Labor Com-
mittee, Jewish War Veterans of
the USA, National Council of
Jewish Women, Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations,
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America, United
SynagogueDf America, Women's
The following are highlights of
AT THE opening session,
Theodore R. Mann, the NJC-
RAC's national chairman,
analyzed the role of American
Jewish organizations in the
search for peace in the Middle
j East and what he described as a
change in the Israeli-American
Mann also made clear that the
role of American Jewish leader-
ship is to mobilize understanding
and support for the goal of a
secure Israel, not to make policy
decisions on how that security
ought to be achieved because
the Israelis understand their
security needs far better than
Yadin said that international
negotiations must always
proceed with caution if they are
to produce viable results. He
pointed out that it took England
nine years to negotiate entering
into the European Common
Market. Ambassador Evron
reviewed the status of the nego-
tiations to date and said Amer-
ican officials have expressed
greater understanding of the
Israeli position in the last two
weeks. He also,told the Jewish
l,$eaders, however, "we have to
face the future bold and united."
The Archbishop of Cincinnati,
Joseph L. Bernardin, said peace
in the Middle Eaat is an "over-
* riding need" and called upon the
U.S. to "continue its role of true
mediation with patience and
M. CARL HOLMAN. pres
ident of the National Urban
Coalition, said that the ascen-
dancy of political conservatism
brought in on the tide of
Proposition 13 means that the
black and Jewish communities,
as in the 1950s and 1960s, face
many common challenges.
At a session on energy, Dr.
Elihu Bergman, executive
director of Americans for Energy
Independence, said that "energy
is a Jewish issue," not because
only American Jews share in the
benefits of the nations economic
';Vvell-being but because American
dependence on Persian Gulf oil
gives "political advantages to the
adversaries of Israel."
In two separate sessions on
Soviet Jews, the American
Jewish community was warned
#hat the apparent increase in the
number of Soviet Jews permitted
to leave the USSR is cause lor
"neither exultation nor despair."
that USSR authorities have
failed to produce an equitable
code which would remove the
arbitrariness and lack of
measurable instruments which
currently allow the USSR to
manipulate the situation without
being held accountable.
ON THE domestic front,
Albert D. Chernin, executive vice
chairman of the NjCRAC, said
that Jewish community relations
agencies should practice the civil
rights principles they have
preached by increasing the
number of women lay leaders and
professionals in their own
In conjunction with Prime
Minister Menachem Begin's
reiteration of Israel's recognition
of the Falasha Jews of Ethiopia
as being Jews in every respect,
the NJCRAC said it would make
a special effort to bring the
Falashas' situation to wider
attention and to support agencies
involved in trying to save them
from chaotic conditions in
At the session on social and
economic justice, Emanuel
Muravchik, executive director of
the Jewish Labor Committee,
urged American Jewish agencies
to get more directly involved in
the trade union movement. He
said that not only were trade
unions an avenue out of poverty
for Jewish emigrants to this
country but that unions today,
"alone among maior
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Friday, February 9,1979
Temple Beth El Announces Events Photo Awards
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Temple Beth El Sisterhood is
having its luncheon meeting on
Tuesday, Feb. 13 at noon in the
Tobin Auditorium of Temple
Beth El, Hollywood. The Rev. H.
William Vassey, First Presby-
terian Church, Hollywood, will
discuss: "God's Covenanted
People: Jews and Christians."
Rabbi Jonathan Woll will
moderate. There will be a ques-
tion and answer period.
For reservations call Anna
Wolfe or Dorothy Sahm.
The cultural program of
Temple Beth El will present
Miriam Zatinsky, director,
Jewish Center of Miami, on
Sunday. Feb. 11, in the Tobin
Auditorium at 10 a.m. She will
speak on "Issues Confronting
South Miami Beach and Its
Jewish Residents." Continental
breakfast will be served, and the
public is invited.
Mrs. Zatinsky is responsible
for organizing the Center in its
On Sunday. Feb. 25, at 8 p.m.
the Brotherhood of Temple Beth
El, in conjunction with the Art
and Culture Center, will present
clarinetist Yoshihiro Obata at the
Art and Culture Center, 1301
South Ocean Drive, Hollywood.
Tickets will be available at the
door. The public is invited.
Photographer Ron de Pompa,
7215 McKinley St., Hollywood,
received a special honor for his
photography recently at the Flo-
rida Professional Photographers
annual print competition and
exhibit held in Orlando. He
received several first place
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Meetings to Focus on Role of ORT """"|
known also as Men s ORT." The 1 ^tique8 Festival
Men's ORT group, which is oper-
Iilirtr s'nt mi/i
Sundays apart the first on
Feb. 11 at a men's club breakfast
starting at 9:45 a.m. in the Pal-
ladium of the Hillcrest develop-
ment in Hollywood and the
second on Feb. 18 with a brunch
at 11 a.m. at Temple Beth Orr,
Coral Springs will focus on the
role that ORT has played over
the past 100 yoars in countries
the world over in the vocational
education of young Jews.
John I. Moss of Lake Worth,
chairman of the Florida Region of
the American ORT Federation,
will be the principal speaker at
The Feb. 11 meeting in Hill-
crest will feature a full-length
motion picture entitled L'Chaim
(to life) which contains rare
footage of the early years of
ORT's work in Russia and pre-
Herb Kravetz, a long-time
member of ORT, will preside at
the breakfast in Hillcrest. Rabbi
i/conard S. Zoll, spiritual leader
of Temple Beth Orr, will join
Moss in addressing the group.
Turnouts of better than 100 are
expected at both meetings. The
meetings are being arranged by
the American ORT Federation,
The Hollywood Branch of the
Hroward County Library system,
2fith Ave. and Hollywood Blvd.,
is presenting a Valentine Craft
program on Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. for
children six and older. Young-
sters will be making Valentine
Pals, with movable arms and
legs, from cut-out hearts. This
program and all materials are
presented free of charge,
however, advance registration is
Dyer on Council
Hep Harold .1. Dyer (D.,
Hollywood) has been appointed
to serve on the Florida Resource
Kecovery Council. The appoint
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I he Florida House of Represen-
tatives. The Council consists of
13 members, nine appointed by
the Governor and two each
appointed by the Speaker of the
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by guest speaker. Rabbi Samuel
The third Aquarius event is
scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 15, in
the Cascade Room. This will be
the annual Aquarius breakfast
which will benefit the Federation
humanitarian campaign for world
The Aquarius campaign chair-
men are Sol Stein and Sam
Wiletsky. The honorary chair-
man is Lewis E. Cohn, immediate
past president of the Federation.
The Aquarius committee include:
Sam Ackerman, Herman Barash,
Abe Benjamin, Henry Blatt,
William Broder, Harold Bruce,
Harry Casper, Max Coffman,
Emanual Fass, George Finkel-
slein, Julie Freilich, Sylvia
Werner Friedman, Alexander
Oarber, Bernard Goldberger,
Rose Jacobs, Sam Katchen,
Herbert Lebovitz, Hyman Litt-
man, lxjon Miller, Max Morrison,
Philip Ness, Yetta Rice, Joseph
Kudnick, Morris Schwartz, Har-
old Soble, Harold Shapiro. Max
Verebay and Philip Zeefe.
The Aquarius chairmen and
committee looked forward to
complete cooperation of Aquarius
residents at the Federation's
Pacesetters Dinner, Saturday.
Jan. 27 at the Diplomat Hotel.
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Meetings also have been
scheduled for Sunday, April 5 in
Pompano Beach and for Sunday,
April 29 in Fort Lauderdales
The Hollywood Mall Antiques
Festival opens on Friday, Feb. 9
at 10 a.m. The festival, which will
run for the next four days,
features dealers from Massa-
chusetts to Kansas to Florida.
The second of the Aquarius events held in support of
Federation of South Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign was a Premier Gifts Cocktail Party held
at the home of Alexander Garber. Attending the $500 minimum
contribution event are from left Sol Stein, Alexander Garber, Carol
Weinatein, Israel Amatai (guest speaker) and Harold Shapiro.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 9,1979
The big band sound is back. Or is just loud music! I hope
that our neighbors won't force us to move.
I am told that it is important to allow the children freedom
of expression. My 13-year-old son, Jimmy, expresses himself by
playing the drums. If that alone was not loud enough, he decided
to form a band. He invited Jamie Levin, daughter of Phyllis and
Seymour Levin, who plays the saxophone. He also asked bassx
guitar playing Howard Gruvennan, son of the Albert Gruver-
mans. On the piano was David Rosendorf, son of Harriet and
Dr. Leonard Roaendorf. Sounds good??
Evidently they thought so because they entered a talent
show sponsored by the Men's Club of Temple Beth Shalom.
Each evening my dining room table was pushed aside to make
room for the 13-piece drum set. Our piano is located there, not in
the game room where the drums belong and the area I had
planned for the teenagers to use. My 17-year-old son, Bill, at the
other end of the house, could not concentrate on his homework.
He even closed the air conditioning vents in his room, but to no
avail. His room became unbearably hot and the sound still
traveled through the ducts. Fang tried to watch the Dick Cavett
The youngsters use a tape recorder so that they can hear
how their group sounds. / could tell them. They chose the name
"Direct Current." I'm in shock! I try to be encouraging.
Last week Jim said that he was organizing a second group.
Why?? One group played disco music; this group would play
hard rock. Dale Appell, son of Ike and Terry Appell and Steven
Glazer, son of Dr. Ira and Judy Glazer were bringing over their
electric guitars complete with the amplifiers. I ran to the Holly-
wood Fashion Center for the afternoon. When I returned, my
garage door was open and the house practically vibrated.
At least this group didn't use the living room. I liked that.
It's great to see the youngsters having fun. Thank you, Dorothy
and Hal Sabra, Evie and Dr. Fred Blumenthal. and Barbara and
Leon Morse for not complaining. I wonder how Mozart's mother
Plans are now being made by Bob Schwartz, director of the
Hollywood Extension of the Jewish Community Center, to start
exciting programming right here in Hollywood for our youth.
Barbara Rubin and I joined an interesting planning session for
middle school-age youngsters.
Watch the big kick-off event a DISCO DANCE. Contact
Bob Schwartz, 920-5502, if you or your middle schooler would
like to help with the planning of future events for the "tween-
Diane and Dave Snyder, Audrey and Sam Meline with all of
their families recently enjoyed a fabulous trip to California.
Diane and Audrey's parents, Lillian and Irving Belson, have
another lovely daughter who lives in San Francisco. The family
gathered together to celebrate a Bat Mitzvah.
After the celebration Audrey and Sam, with children
Danny, Debbie, Dana and David, went skiing in Nevada while
Diane and Dave toured the magnificent California coast between
San Francisco and Los Angeles with Scott, Barry and Leslie.
The Belsons are leaders of the Senior Adult Program at the
JCC in Hollywood.
Linda Wilentz, president of Temple Solel Sisterhood, has
planned an unusual progressive dinner for Feb. 10. Following
cocktails at various homes, the group will divide into parties of
ten for dinner at different houses. Then it's back to the Temple
for home baked desserts and dancing. It sounds like a delicious
way to meet lots of new and interesting people.
Congratulations to Debra Sumner, daughter of Minerva
and David Davis, who has graduated from St. Petersburg
Junior College, School of Nursing.
Have you heard that the Entebbe Chapter of the American
Jewish Congress has already well over 300 members? The
chapter was started a year and a half ago by Ben Kreines, Rath
Glickstein of Emerald Hills and Sylvia Hagler of Hillcrest. Mini-
luncheons and stimulating meetings are held on the second
Monday of each month at the Recreation Room, 3800 North
Hills Drive. Gladys Suaaman reports that members will meet
and bear authorities speak on provocative areas of interest.
Lively discussions and sociability make this group so successful.
Congratulations to Diane and Dr. Bob Blank on the
engagement of their son Steven to Sharon WoUaon of Tampa.
Steven attends Northwestern Dental School.
Tennis player, Jerry Cole, by profession an exterminator,
didn't let his fiftieth birthday bug him. His wife, Fran, planned a
buffet dinner of "good food" and "good booze." Among the
many guests who helped to celebrate were Marilyn and Norman
Davidson, Phyllis and My lea Scher, Mimi and Dr. Bob Sabra,
and popular decorator Beverly Eichenbaum with husband
Irving Eichenbaum, Jerry's partner.
Ernie Michadson of Ernie's T.V. has been appointed by the
Governor to a four-year term on the Advisory Council for the
State Bureau of Electronic Dealer Repair Registration. This
important five-member committee reviews licensing and
regulates television and repair dealers throughout Florida.
On Sunday, Jan. 21, Steve Brodie and Shelly Magids were
married in Houston, Tex. Steve is the son of Charlotte and
Myron Brodie, brother of Debbie and David. Myron is the
Executive Vice President of the Jewish Federation of Greater
Miami and former director of our South Broward Federation
Everything in Texas is enormous, from the size of the state
to the amount of warmth and hospitality extended to us. The
Hollywood "delegation" was represented by Ellie and Herb
Katz, Vicky Kellert, Vicky Eichner, Marcie and Mort Levin
(Mort flew commercial).
We had received invitations to three days of festivities: a
cocktail buffet, a luncheon, the rehearsal dinner, brunch and, of
course, the wedding. The Super Bowl in Miami was no com-
petition for our own supercolossal weekend. Each out-of-town
guest upon checking into the Shamrock Hilton Hotel received a
box of chocolate candies and an 18-page "Welcome Y'all"
program for the weekend. The program, done in rhyme with
photos and sketches, even contained a map and the chartered
bus schedule for transporting us around the city. Houston is 60
miles wide. We surely would have gotten lost.
The hospitality room at the hotel was also a gracious, but
flattering gesture. Shelly's parents, Reba and Bob Magids,
thought of everything for our comfort. They even had Charlotte
bring 14 dozen Danish from Pumpernik's for our eating
pleasure, to go with the fruit, cheeses, home baked pastries, cold
cut platters, and drinks of all kinds. With my Tab, I ate the
When we travel we expect the unexpected to happen. A
broken generator delayed our flight for 2'/a hours. We were
starved until we ate lunch at 4 p.m. We visited with Miamians
also traveling to the wedding Secretary and Assistant Shirley
Coff, the Mel Kartzmer's, Floridian Editors Fred and Suzanne
Shornet. They had lunched on hot dogs while resting on a news-
paper vending machine. Among others who joined us the
following day were Muriel Russell (Michael-Ann Russell JCC),
the Hap Levys and the Mort Silbermans.
On the first day it rained. Our bus was late. That cleared
and turned into gale force winds. My hair! Then the temperature
dropped below freezing. Herb Katz really had to jog fast to keep
warm. But no one was concerned with the weather. We went to
share the Brodie family simcha.
Over 2,000 families belong to Congregation Beth Yeshurun.
The temple was so large I thought at first that maybe the bus
had mistakenly dropped us off at the Astrodome. We could all
see that Shelly is a very pretty girl, but we were totally sur-
prised when she chanted and sang the entire Saturday morning
service. It was very beautiful and moving.
Rabbi Schiff from Miami officiated at the wedding
ceremony with Rabbi Siegel. The temple looked like a bridal
fantasyland of pink and white flowers illuminated by more than
200 candles. We could feel the love emanated from these devoted
families throughout our weekend. 1 saw 18-year-old Debbie
holding her 12-year-old brother David's hand as they sat on the
Bima. I listened as friends of Charlotte and Myron offered warm
wishes for the happiness of the young couple. I witnessed
Shelly's friends toast and affectionately roast her. Steve's
friends Kenny Hoffman, Tom Katz and Ike Fisher wrote a song
for the occasion. Laura Katz, Mike Levin, Dana Raticoff and
Lisa Novick shared in the fun. The Magids and the Brodies
shared tears of happiness.
Mazel Tov also to the grandparents Ann and Moe Glovsky
and Irving Brodie.
The situation for refuseniks
has worsened. Where 20 families
received permission between
January and February of last
year, only 3 refuseniks families
received their visas in the past
There has been a change in
OVIR procedures. Previously, a
list of refuseniks was posted
every Friday, thus enabling the
community to know the names of
those who had been refused. Now
OVIR informs people on an
individual basis throughout the
week. The authorities also advise
the new refuseniks that if they
desire to secure their visas
without additional delay, they
are to refrain from contact with
long-term refuseniks. This
situation not only creates dif-
ficulty for those refuseniks who
wish to update their lists, but
also for new inexperienced in-
dividuals in need of financial
There is an interminable line of
would-be applicants at OVIR,
just waiting to present their
invitations. In Kiev, there are
Let ween (100-1.000 people
wailing, where a mere 10 in-
vitations art' processed per week.
Each week the prospective ap-
plicant must return to his
regional ()V IR office to renew his
number in line. ('Black
marketeering' has recently in-
filtrated this situation, where
peopte have taken numbers, with
no intention of applying and are
Evidently, the situation in
Odessa is worse with 8,000 ap-
plicants in line. At this rate it can
take over a year just to present
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
[Jewish Adult in the South
Is Conference Topic
/hat are you doing the rest
._ life?" will be one of three
linars as part of a conference
[he Jewish Adult in the South,
\e held on Sunday, Feb. 11, at
Diplomat Hotel in
the Conference is held under
auspices of the United
^agogue of America. The other
seminars will deal with
[iltntal Enrichment for The
Life" and "The Extra
lensions of Spiritual
major address will be given
\,he luncheon by Rabbi Ber-
tinted executive vice
Bident of the Synagogue
tut il of America. Participating
[he morning program-will be
jhi Benjamin Z. Kreitman,
i-utivu vice president, United
tugugue of America; Rabbi
iinour Friedman, executive
Li i oi. Southeast Region,
fud Synagogue of America;
Itabbi Irving Lehrman of
kiple Emanu-El in Miami
tabbi Harry Z. Schectman of
^gregution Anshei Shalom of
bt Calm Beach will deliver the
ediction al the luncheon.
Lii ii David Levine will present
kort recital al lunch,
flie plenary se.ssion will be
liied by Simon Schwartz,
lidonl of the United
lugoguti of America. Henry
Idei, president of the
itlieasl Region, United
fa^nnui' of America, and
Lain Abrams of Montreal will
Dr. Morris Fond of New York
will deliver the workshop reports,
and Rabbi Rubin Dobin will
present the resolutions.
Jacob Stein and Robert D.
Rapaport are co-chairpersons of
the conference which will begin at
For further information
contact, Southeast Region,
United Synagogue of America,
1110 N.E. 163rd St., North
April 26-May 10: National Women's Division -
Israel and Paris
Jane 24-July 23: UJ A Students Mission Poland
- Rumania Israel
June 25-July 5: National Family Mission
July 17-31: Young Leadership Family Mission
July 17-31: National Family Mission
Aug. 6-20: National Family Mission Poland &
Aug. 9-20: Jewish Federation of South Broward
Aug. 26-30: Prime Minister's Mission
Sept. 9-19: UJ A Study Mission Opportunity
Oct. 4-14: UJA Study Conference
Oct. 17-31: National Women's Division
Oct. 21-31: UJA Study Mission Opportunity
Nov. 4-9: President's Mission
Nov. 8-18: UJA Study Mission Opportunity
Nov. 25-Dec. 2: UJA Study Mission Opportunity
Dec. 13-23: Chanukah Mission
Dec. 23-Jan. 2: UJA Family Mission
Dec. 23-Jan. 2: UJA College Students Mission
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 9,1979
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida announce
that Bob Schwartz has become
the branch director of the Holly-
wood JCC, formerly called Holly-
wood Extension Service.
Schwartz is a native of New
Orleans. He holds a BA degree in
history from Louisiana State
University and a Master's in
social work from the University
of Pittsburgh School of Social
Work. He has served as a social
Named Director Of JCC in Hollywood 1
work officer in the U.S. Army, Schwartz said he feels Holly- new courses at the Temple In The
reaching the rank of captain, and wood JCC needs more visibility Pines in the Pembroke Pines
has served various JCCs since in the community. He plans to area,
leaving the service. He was on begin programming in all areas.
the staff of the Pittsburgh JCC, The Center is beginning a satel- The Center is looking for
the program director of the Mem- lite program for children in Tweens (middle school children
phis JCC, the program director of various sections of Hollywood; from sixth through eighth
the El Paso, Tex. JCC, and most new programs are being planned graders) who are interested in
recently held the position of for the middle school young activities. Plans are being made
person, as well as new program-
ming for the single person.
Schwartz is married to the
former Sally Cohen of Savannah,
Ga. They have two children:
Ricky, eight, and Amy, five.
They reside in Pembroke Pines.
executive director of the Lewis-
ton-Auburn, Maine, Jewish Com-
munity Center and Jewish
for a Tween Social to be held
sometime in late February or
early March, as well as classes, a
possible stage band, trips, ath-
For information, call the JCC.
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Hannah Adel, Alice Berezin, Eleanor Rabins, Gloria Heas, Sara
Ottenstein, and Elaine Gaines.
The JCC has begun a new
approach to youth programming
with its children's classes being
offered in various sections of
town. Some 75 children will be
participating in classes at Temple
Beth Shalom; another set of
classes is currently being formed
at Temple Israel in Miramar and
the Center is planning to offer
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series of three chamber
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e "Arena" is a series of
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he Jewish Community Cen-
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At Temple in the Pines on
Monday mornings, at 10 a.m.,
beginning Feb. 12, Rabbi Ber-
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second semester of a class,
Hebrew for Beginners II, for
those who have a minimal
reading knowledge of Hebrew
and who want to gain facility in
participating in the synagogue
service. At 11 a.m. Rabbi Shoter
will discuss the Cycle of the
Jewish Year and of Jewish Life,
with emphasis on the rituals and
their significance for con-
On Monday evenings, at 7:30
p.m., at Temple Israel of
Miramar, Rabbi Paul Plotkin will
teach the second semester of a
course in Basic Judaism II,
concentrating on major concepts,
values and ideas for con-
temporary Jewish life. At 8:30
p.m., Rabbi Plotkin will speak on
the Message of the Bible for
Modern Living, with special
focus on those selections from the
Bible having major relevance to
At Temple Beth Shalom on
Monday evenings from 7:30-9:30
p.m., Shirley Cohen Will conduct
a new semester of the highly
popular course, Practical
, Education for Parenting. Mrs.
Cohen is specially certified in the
area of parent education and will
bring the insights of both
Judaism and humanistic
psychology to bear on issues
related to practical questions in
Also at Temple Beth Shalom
on Tuesday evenings at 7:30
p.m., Dr. Sidney Esterson will
continue the course in Hebrew
reading. Elementary Hebrew II,
designed especially for those
adults with some knowledge of
reading Hebrew and a desire to
participate in the synagogue
service. Rabbi Avrum Drazin will
lead a course on Mysticism and
II ass id ism. and will explain the
basic principles and historical
background of the mystical
elements in Jewish thought and
At 8:30 p.m., at Temple Beth
Shalom, Leon Weissberg will
delve into the world of Sefardic
Jewry, with major emphasis on
historical elements especially in
the Middle Ages that-help define
a unique element of the Jewish
communities around the
Mediterranean area. He also will
discuss the customs and
traditions of Sefardic Jewry, and
indicate their contrast with other
Rabbi Morton Malavsky will
continue his class on a Tour
Thru' Israel, providing the
historical and cultural
background of some of the major
sites of Israel including
Jerusalem, the Negev and
Gallilee, and other points of
interest. In addition, he will
devote part of the class to
sessions on "Ask the Rabbi," in
which the members of the group
may raise questions in any aspect
of Jewish life.
Two special new programs that
will be held on Wednesday
evenings at Temple Beth Shalom
include Hebrew Calligraphy, with
Rabbi Abraham Vaknin in-
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class in the writing of decorative
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both for ritual articles such as a
Mezuzah, or for wedding or
Bar/Bat Mitzvah invitations.
Following his class from 8-9 p.m.,
Yussi Yanich, well known Israeli
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The courses are open to the
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registration may be completed by
calling Judy Matz at the Central
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denda: Regarding the question submitted by
uline Krumper of Hallandale. "Does one have
be Jewish to be Zionist? (Jewish
pridian and Shofar, Jan. 26,1979, p. 15)
Bwer: Part II Continued from last column.
In Part I, my answer was that "A Zionist is
tone, Jew or non-Jew who, having found that
I Jewish situation is a situation of oppression.
u upon the reconstruction of a Jewish state as
Itimate ." (From Jews and Arabs by Albert
imi, Tunisian novelist).
[ also wrote that according to the definition of
nism, Lord Arthur James Balfour, who wrote
tier to Lord Rothschild on Nov. 2,1917, which
ame known as the Balfour Declaration, was a
Lnother non-Jewish Zionist for a short time in
context, was Andre Gromyko, then the
hbassador "of the Soviet Union to the United
lions. He was the official spokesman of the
|SR and voted in favor of the Resolution to
in ion Palestine into two states, one Jewish
I one Arab. The Resolution passed by a vote of
bo 1" on Nov. 29, 1947.
It was only 20 years later that the Soviet Union
lame \ iolently and outspokenly anti-Israel.
Following the Six Day War of June 1967 the
ISH severed diplomatic relations with Israel
1 became the active supporter of the Arab
Jtes by supplying arms to the foes of Israel.
|n the United Nations the Soviet Union became
active spokesman in partnership with the
kl> states in sponsoring the infamous United
Lions Resolution equating Zionism with
Ism Seventy-two nations voted in favor of this
tilution. Among them were the USSR, the
raine, Heyolorussia (white Russia),
choslovakia and Yugoslavia,
fhirty-five nations voted against this
lution. Among them were the United
pdom (Great Britain), the United States and
hirty-five nations abstained and three were
Sen Darnel Patrick Moynihan, then the am-
bassador of the United States to the United
Nations, called this infamous resolution "ob-
Ironically, the vote on this infamous "obscene"
resolution was recorded by the Unitsd Nations on
Nov. 10, 1976. This was the anniversary of
Kristalnacht (the night of crystal), so named
because of the shattered glass of Jewish stores in
Berlin and the rest of Germany. Kristalnacht is
the symbol for the beginning of the Holocaust.
(It is interesting to note that Bayard Rustin,
executive director of the A. Philip Randolph
Institute, and Eldridge Cleaver, former leader of
the Black Panthers were outspoken in their
criticism of the United Nations Resolution
equating Zionism with racism.
"I have been arrested 24 times in the United
States and have been on a chain gang, so I know
from personal experience what racism is and what
it is not. To call Zionism racism was a setback in
the worldwide struggle for freedom, because
Zionism is the struggle of a people to live in its
land in dignity." (Bayard Rustin)
"Having lived intimately for several years
amongst the Arabs. I know them to be amongst
the most racist people on earth. This is par-
ticularly true of their attitude toward black
people Many Arab families that can afford to,
keep one or two black slaves- to do their menial
labor. Sometimes they own an entire family. I
have seen such slaves with my own eyes. .
"When (their) votes are cast in the reckless
manner of the anti-Zionist resolution, it is time to
sit up and take notice The General Assembly
is no longer filled with Mahatma Ghandhis
pleading the case of the downtrodden colonized
masses. It is now a forum for crude hired killers
like Idi Amin Dada.the hatchet man of Uganda
. ." (Eldridge Cleaver)
Please send all questions to:
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Hollywood, Florida 33020
Patty Berg Heads
Patty Berg, who scored her
first major golf championship at
age 20, has officially accepted the
slate crusade chairmanship for
the American Cancer Society
Florida Division's annual
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TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowitz Cantor Maurice
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 1151 Riverside
Drive. Reform (44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 910*
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'SRAEL TEMPLE. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. (48)
Benefit Art Auction
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
El is having an Art Auction for
the benefit of "Service To The
Blind," on Sunday, Feb. 18, with
a preview at 7 p.m. and auction at
8. in the Tobin Auditorium of
Temple Beth El, Hollywood.
Wine and cheese will be served.
The public is invited.
Four of the six mass graves of
Jews massacred by the Na/.is
during World War II in the
Zhitomer area of the Soviet
Union were recently desecrated
The Jews interred at the
Jewish cemetery on the outskirts
of Zhitomer are the 20,000 vic-
tims systematically exterminated
by the Nazis on Aug. 3, 1911. For
22 years afterwards, numerous
requests by local Jews to be
allowed to erect a proper fence
and a monument at the sites fell
on deaf ears. Then, in 1963,
permission was granted for a
wooden fence to be built and a
small sign reading "Here lie
buried residents of Zhitomer
killed by the Nazis from 1941 to
TEMPLE BETH EMET 200 NW
Douglas Rd. Liberal Reform. David
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd., Hollywood Conservative. Rabbi
Bernard I. Shoter.
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi
SheON J.Harr. (64)
GOGUE. 7473 NW 4th St. (69)
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
NE th Ave. Conservative Rabbi Dr.
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SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH OAOE.
1M01 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
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Shu Ikes (37)
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Land
BETH EL TEMPLE. 1351 S 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assis-
tant Rabbi Jonathan Woll. (45)
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4601 Arthur
St Conservative Rabbi Morton
Malavsky Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnson St
Conservative Rabbi Paul M. Katz,
Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Naftaly A. Linkovsk/ (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood, Fla. 33021 Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Robert P. Fraxin.
Cantor Phyllis Cole. (47C)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
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. Bomier. (52)
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The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Shalom in Hollywood will hold an
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Art," Saturday, Feb. 17, ac-
cording to chairman Audrey
The Auction set to begin at
8:30 p.m. will be preceded by a
Patron Preview at 7 p.m. and a
General Preview at 8 p.m.
A Patron Cocktail Buffet will
be held from 7 to 8 p.m. This will
include a private preview, full
cocktail buffet, preferred seating
A one-week acceieraieu rrur
ciples and Practices I course, the
required course for obtaining a
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The course will be offered in
Hollywood at 7819 Hollywood
Boulevard the week of Feb. 19-25.
and patron door prizes. The cost
will be $18 per couple and $9 per
Proceeds will go to support the
youth educational programs of
the Temple. Door prizes will be
given away, as well as a raffle
piece "The Old Fiddler" by
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charge and the public is invited. \f
Working with Audrey Meline
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chairman, Dina Kaye as Prize-
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