The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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13 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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

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Full Text
ate-Wide Jewish Federation Conference Slate'
The first Florida State-Wide
Jewish Federation Conference for
i he study of problems unique to
the "sunbelt" will be held in
Orlando, Saturday evening and
Sunday, April 21 and 22, ac-
cording to Jewish Federation of
South Broward president Joyce
Newman.
The conference, the first ever
held by the nine Florida Jewish
Federations, will involve
professional and volunteer staff
from Hollywood, West Palm
Beach. Miami, Sarasota,
Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando
and Pinellas.
Because the Florida "sunbelt"
has already attracted a Jewish
community of a half million, a
figure that experts say "grows by
thousands almost overnight,"
the conference will consider seven
major areas of local concern.
Workshops will be held to
consider services to the aged,
Jewish education, services to the
youth, including Jewish Com-
munity Centers. community
relations. Kussian resettlement,
leadership development and
budget) allocations.
Top *euders from the Council of
Jew; !i Federations will address
l he gathering. The question of
lunding will be discussed by
the director of the Washington.
D.C. Action Office of the CJF,
Mark Talisman, a federal funding
expert.
Members of the community
wishing additional information
on the conference should contact
I )iane at the Federation office.
^eJewislh Fllondliai in
Volume 9 Number 6
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Hollywood, Florida Friday, March 23,1979
Price 35 Cents

Tlie Jewish Federation of
'uuth Broward Women's
Division will hold its first annual
tennis Tournament and Lun-
. iii'on, Thursday, March 29, at
lite Diplomat Country Club.
I lie tournament is being held
in support of the Federation's
i oiiibincd Jewish Appeal-Israel
l.incigcncy Fund campaign,
,ncording to chairwomen, Judee
Ban on, Terry Greenberg and
I lui bum Rosenberg.
A continental breakfast and
tennis will begin at 9:30 a.m. The
luncheon and guest speaker will
be ul noon.
The tournament is set up for
three divisions of play with
trophies in each division.
Twenty-five door prizes will be
awarded, including an original
painting by Frank Monaco;
valued at *800.
The guest speaker will be
Mickey Futernick, a national
UJA leader.
Reservations are limited, so
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Artist Frank Monaco is seen with the art work he has donated as the
grand door prize for the Women's Division Tennis Tournament and
Luncheon. The art work is valued at $800.
Attention Readers
Have you been receiving
your Jewish Floridian on
lime? 'The South Broward
| edition is published every
two weeks. If you have not
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Floridian, please call Leslie
Horn at the Jewish
Federal ion
U.S. Envoy Fails to
Win Arab Support
'Tennis Tournament and Luncheon chairwomen, from left, are Judee
Barron, Terry Greenberg and Barbara Rosenberg.
Women 'sDivision Plans
Tennis Tourney, Lunch
CAIRO, Egypt While a
peace treaty between Israel and
Egypt could be signed as early as
next week in Washington,
President Carter's national
security chief Zbigniew
lir/e/.inski has failed to win Saudi
Arabian and Jordanian support
lor the treaty.
But after weekend meetings
with Saudi King Khaled in
Riyadh and Jordan's King
Hussein in Amman, he says he is
"more convinced than ever" the
peace pact will be the "beginning
and cornerstone" of peace in the
Mideast.
King Hussein and the Saudi
royul family are still demanding a
comprehensive peace" that
would end Israeli occupation of
all Arab land taken in 1967,
including East Jerusalem, and
would meet Arab demands for
Palestinian self-rule, officials in
i he capitals of the two countries
said.
BRZEZINSKI LED a U.S.
delegation in weekend meetings
with King Khaled and King
Hussein. Then he flew to Cairo to
meet with President Anwar
Sadat about his talks.
lir/.e/.inski said his talks with
the monarchs were "constructive
and useful" and he was en
con raged." Sadat had no com-
ment.
Ratification of the proposed
peace treaty between Israel and
''tjyP1 was expected by Wed-
nesday. In Jerusalem, Prime
Minister Menachem Benin's
U.S. Legislators Learn
Price Tag of Accord
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Congressional leaders, ap-
preciative of the suddenly
achieved breakthrough for peace
in the Middle East and mindful of
heightened animosities from foes
of Egypt und Israel that seek to
wreck it, have begun, to face the
legislative measures required to
lioKicr the Egyptian-Israeli
featy negotiated by the United
States.
President Carter, whose his-
toric shuttle diplomacy for six
days to Cairo, Jerusalem and
buck to Cairo achieved success,
divulged some of the factors to
House and Senate leaders at the
White House. Carter's Special
Ambassador to the Middle East,
Alfred Atherton, went behind
closed doors before the House
Foreign A ffairs Committee.
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance
appeared before the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee. He
was expected to detail the U.S..
commitments to Egypt and
Israel in supplementary support
of their treaty, including security
uccords as well as financial
assistance.
CARTER estimated to the
Congressional leaders he would
ask Congress to appropriate be-
tween $4-5 billion for disburse-
ment over the next three years to
Egypt and Israel in addition to
the $1 billion in economic aid.
legislated for this year to Egypt
and $1.8 billion for Israel in eco-
nomic and military assistance.
Senate Minority Leader
Howard Baker (R.. Tenn.) dis-
closed the estimated dollar figure
after he left the White House
meeting, but he gave no in-
dication of how it would be
divided. If this is a fair estimate
of the cost, it's a real bargain,"
Baker said. House Majority
Leader Jim Wright ID.. Tex.)
said Congress would "look
kindly" on the additional
assistance to Egypt and Israel
Continued on Page 4
Cabinet was expected to endorse
the full treaty after a debate on
Monday. The Knesset, the Israeli
parliament, was to open its
debate 'Tuesday.
Although foes of the treaty are
culling for a pan-Arab economic
boycott of Egypt if Sadat signs
the puct with Israel, it would hurt
the Egyptians only if the Saudis
joined in.
MEANWHILE, EGYPTIAN
Delense Minister Kamel Hassan
Ali and Israeli Defense Minister
Ezer Weizman were still haggling
in Washington over the timetable
for Israel's pullout from the Sinai
Peninsula.
Diplomatic sources said they
were arguing about when Israel
would give back the offshore oil
wells it developed off the south-
west coast of the Sinai Peninsula
and when it would withdraw from
El Arish, the chief city in the
Sinai.
Israel has already agreed to get
out of both areas within nine
months of the treaty signing, but
Egypt wants them back sooner.
Sources in Washington said
Ali and Weizman did not regard
the timetable as a problem that
could delay the treaty signing.
In Egypt. President Sadat's
government was strengthening
its security system to meet the
threat of foreign Arab terrorists
opposed to the peace treaty.
Gcrt Sciaorek, Malaga chairman (left), presents a plaque to Malaga
honorees. Teas and Ernest Schwartz. They were recently honored at a
brunch held in support of the Jewish Federation of Sooth Broward'a
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.


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Friday, Marcfc
Temple Solel Support To
Federeation's CJA-IEF
Temple Solel participated in the Synagogue Campaign of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund with a wine and cheese party. From left are Robert
Wolfson, B.Z. Sobel. Marion Wolfson, Shiela Katlin and Stanley
Katlin.
From left are B. Z. Sobel, Dr. Peter Keller and Rabbi Robert Frazin.
Career Women Group Meeting Set
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South
Division
planning
April 18.
Jewish Federation of
Broward Women's
Career Women are
another program for
The Steering Committee met
March 21 to discuss plans for the
program which will be political in
nature. Interested career women
should call the Jewish Federation
Women's Division.
Women Plan Trip
to Washington
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward V\ omen's
Division is planning a two day
trip to Washington, D.C., April
25 and 26. The trip is open to the
leadership of the Women's
Division.
Participants will concentrate
on energy conservation and
legislation. They will hear from
Jewish lobby organizations on
priority items for American Jews
politically during the next year.
Reservations are limited, so
call the Federation.
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and card party Thursday, March
22, at 11:30 a.m. in the civic room
of Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association, 450 North
Park Road, Hollywood.
Admission is open to the
public, according to Pauline Litt-
man, chairman of the event.
Shirley Partner, program chair-
man, said chapter president
Goldie Kramer will lead a dis-
cussion of the visit by President
Carter to the Middle East.
Dial-a-Pledge
Dates Set
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division will hold its last fund
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Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Kmergency Fund campaign. The
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April 2.
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From left are Dr. Phil Levin, Joyce Newman, Federation president;
Jonathan and Miriam Livny, Bobbie Levin and Ted Newman.
From left are Robert and Linda Green and Norman Freedman.
The Young Leadership
Committee met at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Phil Levin.
They met with Jonathan
Livny, a major in Israel's
defense forces. He ad-
dressed the members of the
Jewish Federation's YLC
on the needs of the people
of Israel and the
possibilities for peace in the
Middle East.
Volunteers Are
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The Michael-Ann Russell JCC,
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Passover Project is underway.
Urgently needed are volunteer
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The Michael-Ann Russell
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Ruth Benson, captain.
The tennis teams at the JCC
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drewislh Floridian Vanguard Women Support Federation's
JEWISH FLORIOIAN
and SHOFAR OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
Hollywood Office -126 S Federal Hwy Suite 206. Danla. Fla. 33004
Telephone 020-0018
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Published Bl- Weekly
Second Class Postage Paid at Danla. Fla. 864600
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly.
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Number 6
CJA-IEF at Annual Luncheon
Friday, March 23. 1979
Volume 9
Editorial
A New JNF Challenge
The Jewish National Fund of America issued a
call for a National Assembly in New York Citv.
The assembly's rationale was that the
possibility of peace with Egypt requires a more
elaborate assessment of'the work of the JNF in
planning, development and land reclamation in
Israel.
This is of particularly major significance now 1
that growing pressure is being placed upon Israel to |
truncate its borders, especially on the West Bank.
The question of settlement or non-settlement is a
political issue, and decisions are governmental. But |
once decided, the JNF has always been there to fill
the breach.
The West Bank apart, whether to continue
expanding there or not, one thing is clear. Peace will ;
bring a task to the JNF that is unprecedented in ;..
scope: the need to relocate the settlers in the Sinai |
who must abandon their new homes as part of the |
peace agreement to relocate them in sites for 20
new settlements already being planned for the Negev
in a region to be named Peace Salient.
Another El Al'First'
Those who have observed FA Al airliners flying
the skies of the world, landing in many of the exotic
capitals dotting the globe, taking off in New York
amid the flagships of other nations, have long
wondered why El Al has all these years been confined |
to American operations in New York.
More recently, there have been charter flights
arranged in other cities, and now, the most wonderful
news of all: El Al Israel Airline's first flight from Tel
Aviv to Miami on April 3.
The flight will carry a Florida Israel Bonds
delegation, headed by Miami Beach Mayor Leonard
Haber, back from a tour of the Jewish State begun
the previous Mar. 25.
This inaugural flight to South Florida is named
"Rishon," and it is being linked with the Israel
Bonds' "Preparing for Peace Mission to Israel." This
is an event in itself.
The larger significance of it is what it portends:
a future for South Floridians desiring to travel El Al I
to Israel and who will no longer have to fly to New |
York first in order to do so.
Price Tag of Accord
Continued from Page 1
to pro\ ide ihe glue'" to keep the
treaty intuit.
Sen. (ieorge McGovern (D.,
S.D.i. a Senate Foreign Relations
Committee member, said "If a
settlement is achieved in the
Middle Fust, it is going to cost
tins country some money in
terms ol economic and military
assistance to both Israel and
Egypt, but those costs are far
o\eisliaduwed by possible costs
ol another conflict in the Middle
Fast, including the cutting off of
oil supplies that are so crucial to
the industrial West."
In New York, Sen. Jacob
Jumis |R., N.V.), who arrived
there alter attending the White
Mouse meeting, told some 600
persons attending a gathering of
the Anti-Defamation League of
li imi H nth that the peace treaty
will result in a burden on the
American taxpayer, but em-
phasized that the necessary cost
will be supported by Congress
because of the stakes involved."
lie indicated that the deal struck
by Carter in getting Israel and
Egypt to agree to the treaty
involves "heavy commitments by
the United Slates which are not
ol an onerous character
meaning military but of a
I manual and moral character."
JA VITS NOTED that the U.S.
iole will lie as "the guarantor of
how the parties will deal with
each other to assure that Israel
and Fgypi "do not suffer un-
toward consequences" for other
Arab nations opposed to the
treaty. The Senator made his
remarks at the ADL's presen-
tation of its National Dis-
tinguished Public Service Award
to I^eo Jalle, board chairman of
Columbia Pictures Industries.
Meanwhile, one of the un-
certainties was over Baker's cost
figure report including the U.S.
share for the cost of moving
Israels two air bases from Sinai
to the Negev lor which Israel is
reportedly asking the U.S. to
provide $3.2 billion. One estimate
was that Egypt would get some
%2 billion in military assistance,
almost the same as Israel is
getting this year.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division held their annual
Vanguard Luncheon at the
Emerald Hills Country
Club. The title of the
program was "Portrait of a
Woman."
Seated from left are Lee Schatzberg, Susan Snyder and Elaine*
Luxenberg. Standing from left are Louise Diamond, Suzanne Gunz-.m v
berger, Shane Wolf and Celia Wiener.
Committee members, from left, are Sara Ottenstein, Sylvia Abram,
Nancy Brizel. and Marian Levitats.
From left are Delia Rosenberg. Women's Division campaign chair-
man; Sylvia Abram. Vanguard chairman; Esther Gordon, Women's
Division president; and Joyce Newman. Federation president.
Vanguard committee members seated from left are Teddy Romanik,
Sabina Sabin and Arlene Ray. Standing from left are Hannah Adel,
Gladys E. Abram, Nancy Atkin and Dianne Shaffer.
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Performers kneeling, from left, are Susan Weinman and RchJ
Shipley. Standing from left are Carol Goss, Sylvia Abram and Fay'
Jesser. Not pictured is rBrol c' -in, musical director.


Friday, March 23, 1979
The Jewish Floridian and Sho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
Who cares?
You don't know Reba.. .or Yacov.. .or Yacl.. .or Nissim.. .or Sara.
Yet they and many others like them look to you: the elderly, the
troubled, the disadvantaged here and overseas.. .thousands of new
immigrants from crisis areas.. .300,000 still trying to get into the
mainstream of creative life in Israel.
All those numbers. All those faceless people.
Does it really matter if the people of Israel are unable to
absorb new immigrants from distressed areas? Won't they
manage somehow?
Does it matter what happens to youngsters cut off from society
because there's not enough money to guide them and help them?
Won't they grow up anyway?
And what does your gift matter to the aged and the young in
remnant Jewish communities scattered through Eastern Europe,
Asia and Africa? Won't time tell their story?
You know it matters. It matters in their lives... and inside you. Your
sense of who you are depends on your being part of the Jewish
lifeline reaching around the corner and around the world to the
Rebas, the Yacovs, the Yaels, the Nissims, the Saras.
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Make your pledge today to the 1979 campaign. Renew yourself as
you renew Jewish life everywhere.
Who cares?
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Make Your Pledge Now!
Support The Jewish Federation Of South Broward's
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2719 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, Florida 33020 Phone 921-8810.
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1979
Year of Jewish Renewal at Home and Overseas


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, Marches, 1979
South Qmwaiid
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During the Washington's Birthday weekend thousands of
travelers were stranded due to a snow storm. Harris Pollock, son
of Devy and Pete Pollock, had come home from Emory Univer-
sity for a weekend visit. Harris told his parents that he could not
miss classes on Monday. However, the Atlanta airport was
snowed in on Sunday, so he gained an extra day of vacation after
all. I think Devy, Pete and sister Sherrie were secretly pleased.
Meanwhile, on the same day, waiting to leave the Atlanta
airport and get back to sunny Florida was Dr. Michael Demet.
Eventually Lila, Mike and son Jimmy arrived home safely.
Jimmy is recuperating following special knee surgery.
His sister Lisa, a student at Amherst College in Massachusetts,
must have seen lots of snow this winter. Lisa attends Wellesley
and is participating in an exchange program.
Another weekend traveler was John Kushner, son of Betty
and David Kushner. John has twin brothers Bill, who attends
the University of Florida and Mike, a student at Florida State
University in Tallahassee. My oldest son, Mike, is Mike
Kushner's roommate. It is always rather confusing when I
telephone my son, because the boys have a third roommate who
also happens to be named Mike. When I say "hello, Mike," the
voice always replies "yes." I have to call my son by his last
name. I really should write letters instead.
The sweetest daughter of the weekend award goes to Nina
Siff. daughter of Dr. Wally and Phyllis Siff, Nina, a student at
the University of South Florida in Tampa, came home to help
run the birthday party of her seven-year-old brother, Danny. He
is the youngest of the six Siff children. Phyllis has probably won
the alliime award for car pooling. Wally timed his arrival home
from the office as the last child left the party.
Congratulations to Ricky Nitzberg, son of Dr. Saul and
Millie Nitzberg. Ricky was recently accepted by the Harvard
Medical School.
Best wishes to Dr. Saul and Susan Singer on the Bar
Mitzvah of their son Steven.
Broward County has formed a chapter of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews to build better relationships
among all people through human relations education. During
the dinner at the Omni International Hotel, David H. Rush
became the first Broward County resident to receive the Silver
Medallion Award. Among his many accomplishments, Rush is
campaign chairman of the United Way of Broward, a trustee of
Broward Community College, Easter Seals board member and
president of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.
Rush, who is president of ACR Electronics Inc. in Holly-
wood, was among six honorees including keynote speaker
Walter Cronkite of CBS News. Judge Morton and Gladys
Abram, Stanford Abram, William HoroviU, Herbert and Ellie
Katz, Bob Fishman, and State Rep. Ken Jenne were among the
100 Broward residents in attendance, along with Mayor David
and Sarah Keating.
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and Morris Lewy.
From left are Mack Kein, Milton Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 23, 1979
Technion Forms inBroward
News of the Day Schools
An organizational meeting of a
South Broward chapter of the
American Society for Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology
will be held Sunday, April 8, at
the home of Charles Landau,
Hollywood.
The American Technion
Society supports the Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology in
Haifa.
Individuals interested in the
new chapter and in working with
Israel's principal source of
scientific manpower are asked to
contact Landau at his office,
Loeb, Rhoades and Homblower.
Technion chapters are active in
Greater Miami and in Palm
Beach County, and are coor-
dinated by Martin Harrison,
regional director. Offices of the
American Society for Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology are
located in Miami Beach.
Landau noted that "with a
major breakthrough towards
peace achieved by President
Carter's historic mission to
Egypt and Israel, the' op-
portunities for scientific and
technological expansion are tre-
mendous. The Technion-Israel
Hearing Bank
is Dedicated
Dedication and official opening
of the first Lions Community
Hearing Bank, which initially
will provide free hearing tests
and hearing aids for residents of
all ages from Key West to Dania
and ultimately will stock a free
donor bank for ear-part implants,
took place recently at Com-
munity Hospital of South
Broward in Hollywood.
Honored guests were Lions In-
ternational president Ralph
Lynam of Minneapolis and the
mayors of all communities in the
area.
The Hearing Bank marks a
change of thrust from sight to
sound for the Lions who plan
similar facilities throughout the
nation.
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At the same time, Landau said,
"South Broward's Jewish
community continues to grow
and mature. Its identification
with the State of Israel has
developed steadily, and the
establishment of a chapter of the
American Technion Society is a
key element in that develop-
ment."
The Hebrew Day School of
Fort Lauderdale has officially
opened its re-enrollment
recruitment campaign. Parents
who currently have students in
the school have the priority of
registering their children for
classes. A special registration
rate has been established for
these parents and prospective
ones.
The Hebrew Day School en-
compasses pre-kindergarten
through fifth grades. A child
must be four years of age by Dec.
31 of that school year to be
eligible for the pre-kindergarten
program. The Hebrew Day
School is a community day school
servicing the needs of the entire
Jewish community, Reform,
Conservative, Orthodox, Recon-
structionist and non-affiliated
families.
For the September 1979 school
year, the Hebrew Day School will
BeckermanonPan American Bank's Board
Stanley M. Beckerman, chair-
man of the Board and general
counsel of Hollywood Inc., has
been elected to the Board of
Directors of Pan American Banks
of Broward County.
Beckerman, who has bee i with
Hollywood Inc. for the past 42
years, has served more than 25
years as the vice chairman of the
Board and general counsel of
three different Broward County
banks.
Active in several non-profit
organizations, including United
Way, Boy Scouts of America,
Nova University, Temple Sinai,
Temple Beth El and Jewish
Home for the Aged, Beckerman
also is one of the founders of the
Jewish Federation of South
Stanley Beckerman
Broward.
A graduate of Western Reserve
University Law School in
Cleveland, Ohio, Beckerman
earned a bachelor of arts degree
magna cum laude in economics
from Harvard University. He is a
member of several Bar
Associations, including
American, Florida, Broward
County and South Broward
County.
Pan American Banks operates
banks throughout the state,
including the three recently
merged branches in Broward
County. Its newest branch will be
in the Emerald Hills Executive
Plaza I, a new luxury office
building being built and
developed by Hollywood Inc., in
Emerald Hills.
be located on the new Jewish
Community Center site. Any one
interested in receiving literature
or more information about the
Hebrew Day School should
contact the school office. Either
Mrs. Fran Merenstein, the direc-
tor, or Mrs. Marsha Feldman, the
enrollment vice-president, will be
available to answer questions.
Enrollment is limited to insure
the high calibre of academic
quality.
Relative to the "hands-on"
approach to learning is the ex-
periment in the first and second
grade classroom at the Hebrew
Day School. Under the direction
of Mrs. Lori Garlin and Mrs.
Kathy Jarvie, the children are
learning more about reproduction
and animal life. The children are
in the process of watching
Banning eggs hatch into
chickens.
Bnai B nth Meets
Hallandale Lodge Bnai B'rith
will hold a breakfast meeting at
the Hallandale Jewish Center on
Sunday, March 25, at 9:30 a.m.
This event is for men only.
President Harold Newman has
announced that the special
feature will be a presentation of
"The World of Sholem Alachim"
by Tom Cohen.
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1 large onion, chopped
"i cup finely chopped celery
2 cloves gate, crushed
3 cups crushed egg matzos
2 eggs, beaten
1 cup pareve margarine,
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1 teaspoon salt
N teaspoon pepper
H teaspoon poultry seasoning
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large bowl; mix well. Place a 20-inch piece of Reynolds
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roll. Bring two sides up over derma; fold down loosely in
a series of locked folds, allowing for heat circulation and
expansion. Fold short ends up and over again; crimp to
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9
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S. H. (Jim) Harris, Jr. (center) is honored by his fellow residents at
Hollywood Towers, during their brunch held in support of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward'a Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign. From left are Ben Neisner, co-chairman; Fred
Lazin, guest speaker; Jim Harris, honoree; Dr. Henry Bloom and Jack
Gold, chairman.
Residents of Plaza Towers honored four of their neighbors at a recent
brunch held in support of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. From left are Max
Taraza, chairman; Joe and Irma Deutsch, honorees; Sylvia and Marty
Ball, honorees; Joseph Brechner, co-chairman; and his wife, Louise
Brechner.
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be helped through the outreach
program at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Hollywood. Call
Herb Weiss.
The Center announces a
ljassover Community Seder on
Aesday, April 10, at 5 p.m. with
Hrlner dinner. Call Elaine
Goldstein for reservations.
The Center also offers free
income tax assistance for senior
adults on Monday and Friday
from 9 a.m. to noon.
The art now on exhibit at the
JCC was painted by members of
Put llosenstein's sketching and
painting class.
Drop off your old eyeglasses at
the center. The Lions Club wants
help in this project.
Bruncheon Set
A donor bruncheon will be held
on Sunday, April 1, at the
Emerald Hills Country Club,
sponsored by the Sisterhood of
Temple Sinai, featuring the
Habimah Players.
Chairperson is Mrs. Rose
Cohn, and co-chairperson is Mrs.
Eva Burkholz.
Bright Day would like
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Crispy Oven-Fried Ouckr
1 frying chicken (2Yi pounds).
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salt and pepper
Yi cup Bright Day
% cup dry bread crumbs
Take one skinned chicken, wash
and dry well; sprinkle with salt
and pepper. Spread Bright
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Bake in preheated oven
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Bright Day Sim Slaw
% cup Bright Day, 2 tablespoons vinegar
1 teaspoon salt, 2 cups shredded green cabbage .
2 cups shredded red cabbage, Vi cup grated carrot
V* cup minced onion
Blend Bright Day. vinegar and salt. In large bowl combine
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tost well Chill before serving. Makes 4 to 6 servings.
Cutting cholesterol out of your diet also meant
cutting out a lot of the tastes you love. Well now
there's a cholesterol-free dressing. Bright Day.
Bright Day has less (at and fewer calones than
mayonnaise. And it has absolutely no cholesterol.
Which means you can put delicious Bnght Day in a lot
of things you usually do without worrying.
Try the recipes above and start getting back some
of the things you gave up.
Strawberries Bright Day
Vi cup Bright Day
Vi cup plain yogurt
1 tablespoon lemon juice
V* teaspoon almond extract
sweetener to taste
1 pint ripe strawberries.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar ofGreater Hollywood
Friday, March p, 1979
Presenting a plaque to J. Frederic Blitstein, guest speaker (left), on
behalf of the residents of La Mer for his dedication to the Jewish
Federation of South Broward is Otto Stieber, Hallandale Beach
chairman.
Standing from left are David Coleman, Estelle Glattman, Conine
Kolodin and Benjamin Schwab.

Residents of La Mer met to pledge their moral and financial support to
the people of Israel at their annual brunch held in support of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward's Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Standing from left are Herman
Karmiel, Leon Franklin, Dr. Benjamin Fridman, J. Frederic Blitstein,
Otto Stieber and Leon Glattman.
No Chicken
Is More
Kosher Than
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Our chickens are Kosher.
The Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations says so.
Our chickens are government approved.
United States inspectors say so.
Kosher, government approved:
Kashruth and quality. Doesn't that tell
you something about which chicken you
should serve your family?
Available at your local Kosher butcher.
It just wouldn't seem like P&ssover without
Sun-Maid* Raisins in the tzimmis. And Blue Ribbon or
Old Orchard Figs in the compote. For over half
a century our wholesome kosher fruits have been a
Jewish holiday tradition.
We dry them the traditional way, too. Naturally,
in the sun. So the natural sweetness you enjoyed as a child
still tastes the same today. And isn't that what
tradition is all about?
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forefathers did thousands of years arjo.
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day dinners In lewish homes all over America
This year, once again. Manischewltz malzo. gefilte
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traditional table.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11

Aquarius Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of South
award held its annual luncheon on behalf of the Combined Jewish
ppeal Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Seated from left are Lilian
efe, advisor; Edith Frost, co-chairman and Mina Finkelstein, ad-
jr. Standing from left are Mollie Verebay, co-leader; Pearl Feder,
?leader; Rhode Schulger, co-chairman; and Peggy Paret, co-leader.
klh El 'Salute
\o Sisterhood'
"A Salute to Sisterhood" is the
beme for the March 27 donor
kncheon of Temple Beth El
isterhood at noon in the Garden
estaurant of the Aventura
luntry Club.
A mini-musical will be
resented by Veronica and Peter,
feronica McCormick appeared
Broadway with John Raitt,
in Ameche, Martyn Green and
fayud leads and featured roles in
I musicals.
Peter Fuchs, pianist-arranger-
pnductor, has been musical
ctor for over 50 musicals. He
. conducted for Robert Goulet,
rol Lawrence, Van Johnson,
iri Lewis, Phil Silvers.
' All proceeds from the projects
Jl benefit Sisterhood programs
lien include special events for
religious school, services to
blind, and state and national
Djects.
Mrs. Harold Ratner is the
nor chairman, with Mrs.
luel Sezzin and Mrs. Richard
ober, chairpersons. Mrs. Melvin
reedman is the president of the
Isterhood.
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Programs Offered
at Hollywood JCC
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center, a branch of the
JCCs of South Florida, is offering
softball to the teenagers of the
Hollywood area. The Center
program will be conducted every
Sunday at the Emerald Hills
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starting on April 24 for three
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Ann Shapiro. Standing from left are Ben Salter, campaign chairman,
Herman Shulman, Adolph Silverman and Bert Shapiro.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. March 23, 1979
Chai Lodge of B'nai B'rith Observes 13th Anniversary
From left are Sam Friendly, Judge Harvey Ford, Bob Hanser, Bruce
Harris and Irv Belson.
From left are Lester Wold, Steve Ginsberg and Robert Cotton.
On April 21, Chai Lodge of
H'nai B'rith will observe its 13th
anniversary with a dinner-dance
at the Beach Club Restaurant.
The new president Irv Ruben-
stein and his cabinet will be
inducted, and new members will
be welcomed.
Anyone interested in attending
should call Steve Schachler.
Chai Ixxlge was formed in 1965
by a group of civic minded men
from the Hollywood area. Some
ot these men are well known in
the Hollywood area and are still
involved with many civic affairs,
like the first president, Richard
Marks, and the others that
lollowcd him, Joel Kaswan,
(196840), Ira Catz (1969-70),
Itonald Rosen (1970-71) and Dr.
Philip Levin, (1971-72).
Chai Lodge has been involved
in many civic projects. Teenage
Hotline was started in September
I9f>9 and lasted for many years as
a crisis prevention service for .he
youth of this area.
In 1974 the group dedicated a
park to the city of Hollywood on
N. 66th Ave. The park is still
open to the public.
Kvery year Chai Lodge has
sponsored a Little League
baseball team in the city that has
won several championships.
In the past few years,
president, Herb Hoffman, (1972-
73), Stan Margolis (1973-74),
Milton Strauss (1974-75), Ronald
Apple (1975-76), Martin Gerber
(1976-77), Steven Schachter
(1977-78), and current president,
Philip Homans, have seen the
lodge continue in civic affairs.
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Despite official harassment
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TJie Jewish Floridian and ShofarofQnaUrHollywood
Friday, March 23,1979
'American
Zionist
Set Night9
The Broward Zionist District
of the Zionist Organization of
America will celebrate
"American Zionist Night" on
Wednesday, March 28, at 8 p.m.
at the Hallandale Jewish Center.
Mrs. Anne Rosenthal, program
coordinator is vice president of
the South East Region and a
member of the national
executive. Guest speakers will be
David Keating, mayor of
Hollywood; and Harry Branton,
former national executive
director of the Zionist
Organization of America.
Sara and Hayim Ferschko,
artists and international stars,
will present a concert of piano
and vocal selections.
The function is dedicated to
the annual- promotion of the
scholarship fund and the main-
tenance of the ZOA activities in
Israel and Washington, D.C.
Ben Kaplan, president of the
Broward Zionist District, invites
the public to join in this event
"that is so urgent in view of the
critical situation in the Middle
East," he said.
La Mer to
Honor Kahns
George and Ella Kahn will
receive the newly created State of
Israel Lion of Judah Award at a
Night for Israel held in their
honor, in cooperation with the
Israel Bonds Organization and '
La Mer's B'nai B'rith Lodge. The
event is slated for Wednesday,
March 25, at 8 p.m., in the social
hall. The chairman is Ben.
Schwab; co-chairmen are Leon!
Glattman, Reuben Goldstein and
Sol Ross.
The Kahns are being honored
for their decades of support for
the State of Israel and numerous
Jewish groups. Kahn is a member
of the B'nai B'rith Presidents
Club and active in the La Mer
Lodge. He is a founder and was
president of the Jewish Center in
Seminole, Okla. and is a member ,
of the North Bay Village Jewish
Center. He lived in Palestine
from 1924 to 1928 and is active
with the American Friends of the
Hebrew University. Mrs. Kahn is
a member of Hadassah, ORT and
the Women's League for Israel.
Eddie Schaffer will provide
entertainment as the special
guest of the evening.
Passover Cards Available
Disco Night for Israel Bonds
Disco '79 is the theme of the
State of Israel Bonds' New
Leadership gala planned for April
8 at 7 p.m., at Food Aiuong the
Flowers Restaurant in Miami,
according to Joel Reinstein,
Broward County New Leadership
Chairman.
Reinstein said that young
people from Dade and Broward
counties will gather to show their
support for the economic
development of the State of
Israel through their purchase of
Israel Bonds. "We expect that
several hundred people will
demonstrate their solidarity with
the Jewish people at this event
which promises to be a great deal
of fun, as well as exciting,"
Reinstein declared.
The evening will feature a
reception, gourmet dinner and
disco dancing and is open to all
those who purchase an Israel
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obtained by calling the Israel
Bond office in Hollywood.
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Passover Russian greeting cards, a project of the
Soviet Jewry Committee of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's Community Relations Com-
mittee, are now available at the Federation office.
Each pack includes four cards and addresses to
send out to each family. The holiday cards are
available through Toby Lipton or the Jewish
Federation
Monty Sadok to be Honorec
The Bermuda, Martinique and
Jamaica buildings in Hallandale
will hold a "Social Hour" on
behalf of the State of Israel
Bonds Organization Thursday,
April 5, at 7:30 p.m., in the
apartment of Irvin Miller, 1889
South Ocean Drive. Monty
Sadok will receive the State of
Israel Scroll of Honor for his
many decades of service to
numerous Jewish philanthropic
organizations and for his
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life in Israel.
Chairman Irvin Miller said
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100 on Bonds Israel Trip
krly 100 persons will par
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with the Florida State of
Bonds Organization,
ling March 25 and retur-
South Florida aboard El
sraei Airline's first flight
from Tel Aviv on April 3.
The mayor of Miami Beach,
Dr. Leonard Haber, will lead the
delegation which will visit
military installations and will
partake of numerous specially
planned events. It is expected
that the mayor and other
delegates will meet with top
Israeli leaders including Presi-
dent Navun. Mayor Haber has
indicated that he will meet with
the mayor and leaders of Ramat
Clan, near Tel Aviv, which is a
sister city to Miami Beach.
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By Abe Halpera
jdenda regarding the question submitted by
liher Levine, New Rochelle, N.Y. "How come
didn't have a baby till 907" Heather is 10
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om Synagogue. ("Ask Abe" Jewish Floridian
ihofar, Friday, March 9, 1979, p. 15)
rer: Part II (continued from last column)
^cording to the Torah narrative the name
to the son of Abraham and Sarah is Isaac
Itzhak). The Hebrew word Itzhak is
fed from the word meaning laughter.
[hen God told Abraham that He will bless
h with a son the Torah narrative says:
kraham threw himself on his face and laughed,
fi>- said to himself, 'Can a child be born to a
a hundred years old, or can Sarah bear a
at ninety'.'' God said. Nevertheless,
i\\ your wife shall bear you a son, and you
|l name him Isaac (Itzhak), and I will maintain
covenant with him as an everlasting covenant
>is offspring to come.' (Genesis 17:17, 19)
limilarly when the angels came to visit
faham and Sarah disguised as travelers, they
Abraham that within a short period of time
' will return and Sarah will give birth to a son.
The Torah narrative states: "Now Abraham
Sarah were old, and well stricken in age; it
ceased to be with Sarah after the manner of
nen. And Sarah laughed within herself .
nests 18:11,12)
following the story of the destruction of
Dm and Gommorah the Torah narrative tells
jl an unpleasant experience Abraham and
:ili had with King Abimelch when they
i)ui lifti m the region of the Negev. In spite of
unpleasant experience Abraham prayed to
on behalf of Abimelech and his wife.
Inesis, Chapter20)
[When the prayer of Abraham for Abimelech
heard, and the king of the Philistines
tvered, the angels raised a loud cry, and spoke
pod thus: O Lord of the world! All these years
|h Sarah been barren, as the wife of Abimelech
Now Abraham prayed to Thee, and the wife
bimelech hath been granted a child. It is just
luir that Sarah should be remembered and
luted a child.' These words of the angels.
spoken on the New Year's Day. when the fortunes
of men are determined in heaven for the whole
year, bore a result. Barely seven months later, on
the first day of the Passover, Isaac was born.
"The birth of Isaac was a happy event, and not
in the house of Abraham alone. The whole world
rejoiced, for God remembered all barren women at
the same time with Sarah. They all bore children
'"To silence those who asked significantly, Can
one a hundred years old begat a son?' God
commanded the angel who has charge over the
embryos, to give them form and shape, that he
fashion Isaac precisely according to the model of
Abraham, so that all seeing Isaac might exclaim,
Abraham begot Isaac.'
"That Abraham and Sarah were blessed with
offspring only after they had attained so great an
age had an important reason. It was necessary
l hut Abraham should bear the sign of the
covenant upon his body before he begot the son
who was appointed to be the father of Israel."
[The Legends of the Jews by I^ouis Ginzberg, pp.
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It is interesting to note that most com-
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miracle for Sarah to give birth to a son at age 90.
The birth of Isaac was important at this time so
thul Abraham could reaffirm his faith in God in
view of the Covenant, which is repeated several
times in Scripture.
Some commentators quote a passage from the
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was wrought for seven sterile women, and they
bore children; they are: Sarah, Rebekah, Leah,
Kai lirl. Hannah, Hazlelponit and /.inn." (ibid vol.
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Community Calendar'
April 1
TEMPLE SINAI Annuol Donor Bruncheon, Emerald Hills Country Club,
sponsored by 'he Sisterhood, Mrs, Paul H. Cohn, chairman, program
by the Habimah Players.
April 11
TEMPLE SINAI Congregational Seder, Haber Korp Holl with Rabbi
Kaiz and Cantor Linkovsky conducting the service.
April 12-13
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD Offices will be closed in
observance of Possover.
April 18-19
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD
observance of Passover
Offices will be closed In
April 23
ENTEBBE CHAPTER OF AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS, Gala Closing
Meeting (coming loler in the month due to Passover holidays), 11.30
a.m.. Apartment Recreation Center, Emerald Hills, 3800 North Hills
Drive call 987-5839.
April 28
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD Hills Dinner Dance at the
Emerald Hills Country Club. Guest speaker is Mark Siegel, former
deputy assistant to President Carter.
Religious Shomrim Honors
Di rectory Sidney schwarz
NORTH BROWARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Conservative, Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowitt. Cantor Maurice
A.Neu.
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 21S1 Riverside
Drive. Reform (44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 910*
57th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44-A)
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE. *20 SW 3Sttl St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE BETH EMET. 200 NW
Douglas Rd. Liberal Reform David
Goldstein, eddir.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd., Hollywood. Conservative. Rabbi
Bernard I. Shoter.
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd Rabbi
SheON J.Harr. (4)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
GOGUE. 7473 NW 4th St (69)
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 41*
, NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Cart Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob Dan
ilfler.(12) ______
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18*01 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kongsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
The Shomrim of Florida
honored their colleague, Sidney
Schwar/.. with the State of
Israels Solidarity Award at a
Night in Israel, March 21, at the
Washington Federal Savings
Hank, l(>7th Street and NE 6th
Avenue iii North Miami lieach.
The Slioniriin are comprised of
retired Jewish law officers.
Schwarz has been a longtime
supporter of the State of Israel
Bonds Organization and has been
an active participant in numerous
Jewish philanthropic and service
groups. He hosted the first
meeting of the Shromrim Society
18 years ago and has guided the
organization to one which has
more than 400 members.
Schwar/. and his wife have been
strong supporters of Hadassah
and tlie Kiwanis Club, for whom
lie has served as secretary for 10
years.
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BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW *2nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Land-
man. (47B)
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BETH EL TEMPLE. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
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BETH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4*01 Arthur
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Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. (4*)
SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul M. Katr.
Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro
Cantor Naftaly A. Linkovsky. (*5)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood, Fla. 33031. Liberal
Reform Rabbi Robert P. Frailn.
Cantor Phyllis Cole. (47C)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
FORT LAUDEROALE. 3291 Stirling
Road. Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe
. Bomier (52)
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