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

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

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WJems,
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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Volume 9 Number 8
Hollywood, Florida Friday, April 20,1979
Price 35 Cents
Mission Set to Depart Aug. 9
The first organizational meeting for the Jewish Federation of South Broward's
Family Mission was a resounding success. More than 50 people attended the meeting
which charted out the Aug. 9-20 tour to the Jewish homeland. In preparation for the
trip, a Hebrew Ulpan will be offered to all members of the South Broward Jewish com-
munity. The class will begin May 10 from 7 to 9 pjn. and run through June 14. For
registration and further information, contact the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
Seated from left are Alan and Marsha Levy, Barbara and Joel Lisa, Joan and Jerry Raticoff. Standing
from left are Hope and Eric Levy, Snmner Kaye, Federation executive director; Ira Liaa, Dr. Phil Levin,
Missions chairman; Selma Joeel and Dr. Saul Singer, Family Mission co-chairman.
Seated from left are Sharon and Steven Singer, Jonah and Linda Botknecht, Dave and Gail and Jodi
Adelman. Standing from left are Dr. Saul and Susan Singer, chairmen; David and Debbie Botknecht,
Herb and Richard Grossman and Terri Adelman. ______._______
Seated from left are John. Robin, Bob, Susan and Jim Segaul. Standing from left are Chuck, Dorothy and
Ruth Winick.
Panel to Focus on Arab Energy in U.S.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Career Women's
Group is sponsoring a panel
discussion on "Arab Energy in
the United States," Tuesday,
May 1, at 7:30 p.m., at the
Federation offices.
The program will include a
discussion of Arab power and
influence in the United States as
it affects the Jewish community,
according to chairwoman, Nancy
Atkin.
Also featured will be Federal
Energy Department spokesman.
Bernie Fleisher; a Broward
County representative of the
American Jewish Committee and
a irepresentative of the B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League.
The program is being offered at
no charge.
Bike-a-Thon to Kick Off
Israel Independence Week
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Israel In-
formation Desk and the Holly-
wood JCC are sponsoring their
first annual Bike-A-Thon,
Sunday, April 29.
The Bike-A-Thon begins at 1
p,m. at Temple Beth Shalom,
1400 N. 46th Ave., Hollywood,
and ends at T.Y. Park on
Sheridan Street.
Proceeds from the Bike-A-
Thon (held in honor of Israel
Independence Day) will go to the
Federation's 1979 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund.
Sponsor sheets are available
from the Federation office.
Siegel to Speak at
Hills Dinner-Dance
Mark Siegel, former deputy
assistant to President Carter, will
be the guest speaker at the first
annual Hills Dinner Dance, to be
held on behalf of the Jewish Fed-
eration" of South Broward's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund.
The Apr. 28 dinner will be
chaired by Mark Fried and co-
chaired by Larry Hunter.
CJA-IEF Chairman, Ben
Salter, announced that this
year's function should prove
beneficial to the Federation's
annual humanitarian campaign
for world Jewry.
Mark Fried anticipates his
friends and neighbors raising
more money for the .CJA-IEF
Campaign than they have in the
past. "The residents of the Hills
are aware of the needs of the
people of Israel and they want to
do their share to help meet these
needs. They realize that it will
take total support from the
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residents and giving from the
heart to educate the children of
Israel, supply adequate housing
for the poor, and create a better
life for Jews everywhere." ,&,
'Fund Raising Efforts
Must Be Doubled9
BEN SALTER
CJA-IEF Chairman
Israel faces an almost im-
possible economic burden;
sustaining the costs of a fragile
peace. The assistance promised
by the United States will fall
short and we must, therefore,
redouble our fund raising efforts.
The eyes of the entire Arab world
are on the performance of
American Jewry and in this peace
crisis, we dare not fail. With only
a few more hours of diligent effort
by all of us, we can achieve a
recordbreaking campaign which
will serve as an incentive for our
fellow Jews everywhere.
For Jewish survival, complete
your assigned tasks as soon as
possible.
Ben Salter
'Israel Update'
Set for April 29
The public is invited to
attend an "Israel Update,"
featuring Aaron David
Rosenbaum, director of
research of the American
Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee. The Update is set for
Sunday, April 29, at 7:30
p.m. at Temple Beth Shalom.
The program is sponsored by
the Community Relations
Committee of the Jewish
Federation of South
Broward.
Rosenbaum has been a
member of the AIPAC staff
since 1972. AIPAC is the
only registered lobbying
group which works on behalf
of legislation and other Con-
gressional actions affecting
Israel. It is also active in
other public actions from
Washington with a view
toward improving the
friendship arid cooperation
between the United States
and Israel.
Rosenbaum, 28, is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan, where he was a
James B. Angell scholar for
his studies in Soviet and
Chinese political science and
history. He was a major
contributor to the Near East
Reports special survey,
"Myths and Facts."
The program is free of
charge and open to the
public.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 20,1979 =
Phone-a-Thon Takes Off |
During the April "Campaign Intensive," the telephones at the Jewish Federation
of South Broward have been busy winding up the 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund. Volunteers from all over the community have been spending time
making telephone solicitations to wrap up the campaign.
From left in front areKalman and Lillian Rado. Seated from left in rear are Murray Feuerstein, Ida Lavin.
Ruth-Feuerstein, Harry Steiner, Mom Engelman. Ada Engelman and Dorothy Lenz. Standing rear from
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Seatqfl front is Moe Marcus. Seated from left at rear are Dr. Joe Stein, Harry Goldstein, Jackie Levine,
Evelyn Goldstein, Myron Grabisch, and Dr. Alex Goldenberg. Standing rear from left are Ben Kravitzky,
Geo/ge Finnerman, Esther Marcus and Henry Hassol.
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Rosenkopf. Sam Spector, Murray Oremland, Rosalie Oremland. Lloyd Kovel and MoUie Glassberg.
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
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Students Take 'Mystery Bus Ride'
Passover packages were provided for the residents of area nursing
homes and institutions by the chaplaincy service of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward. Volunteers for this year's project were
from left Bob Sherman, Sam Wiletsky, Rabbi Harold Richter, Fanny
Cantor and Louis Cantor.
From left are Dr. Harry Brealow, Rabbi Harold Richter, Dr. Bernard
Yanowitz and Aaron Kamha.
If David Ben Gurion
Culture Club
On April 1, students from the
Judaica High School participated
in what had been publicized as a
"Mystery Bus Ride." The trip
took the students to Camp
Shalom of the JCC of West Palm
Beach.
For two to three weeks before
the outing, classes had been
working on projects which tied
into Pesach, with the topics
geared to the work that they have
been doing during the year.
The students arrived at the
campsite at 9:30 a.m. and started
in on the day"s activities. There
were six sites set up. One group
of students prepared the site of
the USSR. This area dealt with
the frustrations and hardships of
Jews who attempt their present-
day exodus from Russia.
Another site was sot up as a
matzah bakery. A third had the
students whose topic this year is
the American Jewish experience,
arranging the archaeological dig
with artifacts representing what
has happened to the Jewish com-
munity in this country.
Another group had prepared a
large scale map of Sinai and
Israel, which showed the trip
through the desert, the stops
made and the battles fought.
Another school had prepared a
history of the Exodus in slides
and tapes. And finally the
students had a project tracing
their roots.
Four local schools participated
in the day's activities: the
schools of Beth El, Beth Shalom,
Israel of Miramar and Sinai. The
faculty was led by Stephanie
King, the Judaica Hinh School
supervisor, who had worked with
the teachers in planning the day's
activities; Barbara Stein, who
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The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
David Ben-Ourion Culture Club,
Inc., will celebrate Israel
Independence Day May 6 at the
Hallundale Jewish Center.
Dinner will be served at 6 p.m.
Carl Kosenkopf, president, will
introduce guest speaker Ben
Salter, South Broward Jewish
Federation CJ A-IEF chairman.
After a kosher dinner, dancing
will be to the music of Art Levitt.
Tickets are available' from Fela
Fryschman or Rose Rotmench.
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The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 20,1979
Remembering the Six Million
Yom Hashoa, the day on the Hebrew calendar
set aside for commemorating the six million Jews
who were murdered in the Holocaust, falls on
Wednesday, Apr. 24. The day is being increasingly
observed within the Jewish community.
This year the memorial ceremonies will include a
much wider segment of the non-Jewish public with
observances at the Capitol in Washington and in
many state capitals. President Carter's Commission
on the Holocaust is scheduling events for the entire
week of Apr. 22-29, and the President has proclaimed
Apr. 28 and 29 as "Days of Remembrance of Victims
of the Holocaust" during which synagogues and
churches are expected to have special prayers during
their services.
Much of the credit for the increasing public
awareness of the Nazi crimes against the Jewish
people must go to the NBC television drama,
Holocaust. Despit its many faults, the series made
many Americans aware for the first time of the full
extent of the Nazi attempt to annihilate the entire
Jewish people.
It also had a similar effect on audiences abroad,
perhaps most remarkably so in West Germany.
There, many Germans, who had tried to blot out the
memory of the past, began coming to grips with the
issue for the first time since the end of World War II.
All of this may have nothing but a transient
effect unless there is a conscious effort by Jews and
non-Jews to understand the Holocaust. The crimes of
the Nazi period must be put into their historical
context as the culmination of 2,000 years of anti-
Semitism in the Christian world.
The Holocaust was the product of human beings,
and human beings must take the responsibility that
it will never happen again. Both Jews and non-Jews
must study the history of the Holocaust to prevent
history from repeating. This would be the most
enduring memorial for the six million martyrs.
Last Days of Passover
The last two days of Passover this week em-
phasize the 49-day period between Passover and
Shavuot. While the exodus spirit of the holidav itself
is still with us, we prepare ourselves to mark the
period of Jewish wandering in the desert prior to
Moses' ascent on Mt. Sinai, where he received the
Tablets of the Law.
During this seven-week counting of Omer now
upon us, we contemplate the beginning of a second
exodus from Egypt Israels withdrawal from
Sinai as part of the terribly expensive price she is
paying for the new peace treaty.
But the expense is counted not only in with-
drawal. It is also counted in terrorist attacks against
Israel both at home and abroad. Israel's interception
Sunday of a four-man Palestinian terrorist squad at a
kibbutz in the Jordan Valley ended without the shed-
ding of Israeli blood.
Almost within a single day, another four-man
squad attacked an El Al Airliner in Brussels Airport
in Belgium. This time, people were hurt.
Tradition tells us of an adversity that befell the
students of Rabbi Akiba during the counting of
Omer, and so the beginning of this period now has
come to have a sad connotation and with good
reason even for us.
The celebration of Passover recalls the return of
the ancient Israelites to their homeland. Today, 31
years after the modern Jewish return, still there are
exoduses. Still there is no peace.
CJF to Sponsor Planning Conclave
for Florida Federations
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leaders of Florida Federations
will address the issues facing
their dramatically-growing com-
munities at the Florida Federa-
tions Planning Conference spon-
sored by the Council of Jewish
Federations. April 21-22, in Or-
lando.
"Future planning in Florida
must be based on the fact that
the state is experiencing the
highest growth rate of any in the
United States," noted Morton L.
Mandel of Cleveland. CJF
president. "In addition, the
population of Florida is con-
siderably older than the national
norm and will be turning more
and more to community services
for many needs."
Jewish Federations and their
agencies musL be prepared to re-
spond to these factors, par-
ticularly since people who are re-
lative newcomers to a community
as so many in Florida are
often must rely on social services
since tht?re are no relatives and
long-time friends in the com-
munity.
MARCIA KERSTEIN of
Orlando is chairperson of the
Conference Planning Committee.
Over 200 community leaders are
registered to attend.
The Jewish Community of
Florida: Directions for the
Future" will lie the topic at the
opening meeting on Sunday
evening, April 21. featuring as
speakers Raymond Epstein, CJF
past president, and Charles
/.ihhcll. ('.IK associate executive
director.
On Sunday morning, six
concurrent workshops will focus
CHALLENGES l\ SER.
Vl\<; THE AGED An exami-
nation of the older Jewish pup
illation in Florida: who they are
mid what changes will occur in
(he year ahead, how the Jewish
community can best meet their
needs for adequate housing and
health care; meaningful leisure
activities ami the provision of
-n< ial services.
PLANNING FOR JEWISH
1 OMMUNITY CENTER SER-
VICES What kinds of services
should Jewish Community
Centers be providing for today
and for the future? How does a
community gauge its needs for
programs?
PLANNING FOR SOVIET
JEWISH RESETTLEMENT -
What has been the experience in
developing proposals for the use
of federal funds? How can the
American Jewish community
best develop the financial re-
sources, volunteer services and
professional manpower to do the
job?
COMMUNITY RELA-
TIONS Interpreting the con-
cerns of the American Jewish
community to the general com-
munity; utilizing effective CR
techniques: discussion of
cooperative community and
statewide programs.
LEADERSHIP FORUM -
Reaching out to young leader-
ship: developing effective pro-
grams for veteran leadership:
intercommunity programs in
Florida.
FEDERATIONS ROLE IN
PLANNING FOR JEWISH
EDUCATION Current
developments in Jewish educa-
tion: Federation role in planning,
financing and implementing.
FOLLOWING THESE
sessions, Mark Talisman,
director of the CJF Washington
Action Office, ill lead a workshop
on government funding for social
services. Specific government
programs now available to Fed-
erations will be targeted and
described in depth. Participants
will examine the process for filing
applications for federal funding,
and how a community establishes
eligibility for funds.
A campaign up-date and dis-
cussion on "Project Renewal" in
Israel will highlight the luncheon
meeting.
Conference participants will be
divided into northern Florida and
southern Florida afternoon work-
shops to share ideas on inter-
community cooperative action
and joint projects.
The conference will conclude at
4:30 p.m. with a "Round-Up"
session and recommendations for
future directions.
COUNCIL'S REGIONAL
conferences are designed to give
local Federations maximum
access to CJF services and
resources, promote cooperative
projects among neighboring Fed-
erations, and bring the ex-
perience and expertise of local
leadership to bear on the process
of national decision-making and
planning.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions is the association of more
than 190 Federations, Welfare
Funds, and Community Councils
which serve nearly 800 com-
munities and embrace over 95 per
cent of the Jewish population of
the United States and Canada.
Established in 1932, the
Council serves as a national
instrument to strengthen the
work and the impact of Jewish
Federations through leadership
in developing programs to meet
changing needs in the Jewish
community: through the ex-
change of successful experiences
to assure the most effective com-
munity services; through estab-
lishing guidelines for fund raising
and operation: and through joint
national planning and action on^
common purposes dealing with
local, regional, national and
international needs.
Students Pass Resolutions
OnEndangered Communities
During a conference on
"Jewish Communities in Crisis,"
Ihe Florida Union of Jewish
Students (FU.JSi resolved that
(he following action should be
under! aken on behalf of en-
dangered Jewish communities
I Aral) Jews: An extensive
educational effort should be
carried out. focusing on the
deteriorating conditions and
severe repression endured by
Syrian and Iraqi Jews. Pressure
should be placed on Congress to
publicly condemn the offending
countries until civil liberties are
restored and emigration per-
mitted.
-'. I conditions ol .lews living under
dictatorships, such as in
Argentina, should be monitored
\n attempt to secure the release
01 edit hi Tim-merman who. while
totally acquitted, is under house
arrest, should be made An In-
vestigation also should be made
uk to the whereabouts ol Jewish
pnlitk'al activists who have
"disappeared."
:!. Iranian Jews: Com-
munication and relief networks
should be also made as to the
whereabouts of Jewish political
activists who have "disap-
peared."
3. Iranian Jews: Com-
munication and relief networks
should be established The
situation should be carefully
monitored vis-a-vis anti-Semitic
outbreaks.
I. Falasha Jews: An immediate
educational drive must be
initiated The Israeli government
and Jewish agency must be
encouraged to intervene and
leM-ue the suffering Kalasha
Jews Tin State Department also
must lie pressured to lake im-
mediate action on behalf of
Fitlusmi Jewry. The Falashasan
undergoing a virtual Holocaust,
and act um must be taken at once. '
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he taken to prohibit the Olympics
horn taking place m Moscow in
I'lsii :,- long as the Soviej
government does not allow
Soviet Jews to practice their
Judaism and to immigrate to
Israel. Ml sponsors the Olympics
should in 1 ailed u|>on to boycott
tin event a- long as the
1 mlit- are not implemented.
Furthermore, MH" should !>
culled upon i'p implement the
fairness doctrine when covering
the event as the leleviser ol the
I9M Olympic-- NBC also must
Ik- encouraged to make public the
lack of human rights which exist
at present in the Soviet Union.
The weekend was sponsored by
the Hillel Foundations of Florida
and supported by the Israel
Programs Office.
70-Year-Old Egyptian
Woman to be Immigrant .
JERUSALEM (JTA) A 70-year-old Egyptian
Jewish woman will probably be the first Egyptian im-
migrant to Israel following the peace treaty, due to efforts
on her behalf by Leon Dulzin, chairman of the World
Zionist Organization and Jewish Agency Executives, and
various governmental aides.
THE WOMAN, Leah Mandelbaum, comes from a
renowned family in Alexandria. She remained in Egypt
despite the fact that most of her family now lives in
Jerusalem because of a promise she made to her brother
before his death that she would rebury him in the Holy
Land.
Once Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's peace
initiative began. Rabbi Simcha Kook of Rehovot wrote to
the elederly woman, telling her she could leave her.
brother's body behind. She, however, refused.
THE SITUATION attracted the attention of Dulzin,
who promised one of Mandelbaum's relatives, Dr. Moshe
Mandelbaum, a member of the Jerusalem Municipal
Council that he would take up the issue with the Egyp*
tians during his visit to Cairo where he accompanied
Prime Minister Menachem Begin, and that he would brirfg
her to Jerusalem.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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FROM:
THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMUNITY
THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL
AG^^SJEPIRDEI^: *
A HUGE T_ASK AHEAD
A PROCESS BEGUN YESTERDAY WHICH ^
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fu/uRER0FTISRAEL'S PEOPLE.
TOGETHER HE MUST MEET THE CHALLENGE.
Make Your Pledge Now!

Support The Jewish Federation Of South Broward's
1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
2719 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, Florida 33020 Phone 921-8810.
\feor of Jewish Renewal at Home and Overseas


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Frkky, April 20,1979

Women'* Division Suburban
Tennis Tournament
The South Broward Suburban Women's Division held its first annual
Tennis Tournament and Luncheon on behalf of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund. The event, chaired by Judee Barron, Terry Greenberg and
Barbara Rosenberg, featured guest speaker Mickey Futernick.
For
Federation


Through JDC
Passover Supplies for Needy
Passover supplies shipped by
the Joint Distribution Committee
last month included almost 4,000
pounds for Egypt and over 1,000
pounds for the tiny remaining
Jewish community in Lebanon, it
was reported this week by
Donald M. Robinson, JDC
president
The JDC is funded in part by
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Passover, which com-
memorates the exodus of the
Jews from Egypt and their
wandering through the desert for
40 years before reaching the
Promised Land, began this year
with the first Seder on April 11.
"LAST YEAR, for the first
j" mitted to ship matzah directly
into Egypt," Robinson said.
"This year we are again thankfal
to President Sadat and the
Egyptian authorities for allowing
the shipment, almost twice the
amount we sent last year, to be
delivered to the Jewish com-
munities of Cairo and Alexan-
dria. This year, with peace
having been declared between
Israel and Egypt, the
celebrations will be more joyous
than ever."
There are about 400 Jews in
Egypt, 250 in Alexandria and 150
in Cairo. In Lebanon, where there
are an estimated 400 Jews left,
the JDC shipped 1,058 pounds of
mal/.ah and 204 bottles of
Passover wine to enable them to
conduct a Seder properly.
In all, the JDC shipped 428,322
pounds of matzah and 30,468
buttles of Passover wine. In
addition, the JDC issued special
grants to several countries for the
purchase! of Passover supplies
locally.
Rumania received the largest
amount, 230,690 pounds of
matzah, 33,300 pounds of matzah
meal. 220 pounds of matzah
sluimra, and 30,000 bottles of
wine. Tunisia received 57,100
pounds of matzah and 3,307
pounds of matzah flour. Poland
received 40,000 pounds of matzah
and 6,300 pounds of matzah
flour. Other countries receiving
Passover supplies were: Greece,
Italy, Yugoslavia, Melilla and
Cuela in Spanish Morocco, Por-
tugal and Spain.
THE 17,637 pounds of matzah
and 264 bottles of wine sent to
Italy were meant primarily for
CTUDI0
Soviet Jewish transmigrants
waiting in Rome and nearby
communities for visa formalities
to be completed before pro-
ceeding to the U.S. and other
western countries.
In preparation for the Sedarim,
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rehearsal with the children,
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 20, 1979

Qt Home and Overseas
Campaign 79
Why Renewal?
On the 'Cost of Peace'
NOW MORE THAN LOVE, OUR CONCERN,
EVER, FOR THE SAKE OUR SUPPORT. HERE
OF THE JEWISH FU- ARE SOME OF THE IM-
TURE, THE PEOPLE OF MEDIATE COSTS OF
ISRAEL NEED OUR PEACE.
Redeployment &
Reconstruction
Total cost of withdrawal
from the Sinai redeploy-
ment of defense forces to
the Negev, construction of
new support systems, re-
placement of air bases and
port facilities, a new air-
borne warning system
could run as high as $10
billion over the next three
years.
.....................-.........'""
Loss of Oil
With the Sinai officials
and the $100 million invest-
ed in them left behind,
and estimated $1C0 million
a year will have to be spent
on developing alternate
sources. Outside oil pur-
chase will strain Israel's
already unfavorable bal-
ance of payments.
? 4
New Settlements
Many of the newcomers will
be sent to needed new set-
tlements in the Galilee .
while the struggle to conso-
lidate older settlements
goes on.
Increased
Inflation
Massive construction
spending will create severe
inflationary pressures in
a land where the rate of in-
flation neared 50 percent
last year. And trimming
the national budget to fight
inflation will result in cut-
backs in social services.
*
Raised
Expectations
With the beginning of
peace, expectations for
human renewal will be
raised. All programs to
close the social gap will
have to be accelerated.
HOW WILL THE IN-
TENSIFIED HUMAN
NEEDS BE MET? NOT
WITH AMERICAN AID.
THAT WILL BARELY
MEET HALF THE
HARDWARE COSTS.
NONE OF IT WILL BE
APPLIED TO VITALLY
NEEDED SOCIAL PRO
GRAMS.
THAT'S OUR JOB


Friday, April 20,1979
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9
Resettlement
Support
To meet part of the influx
of residents from the Sinai,
all services in Negev de-
velopment towns must be
bolstered.
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Resettlement
Transfer and resettlement
of residents in Yam it and
surrounding Rafiah region
villages will cost at least
another $300 billion.
Increased
Immigration
As hopes rise for a lasting
peace, immigration from
the Soviet Union and else-
where will rise with them.
The initial estimate of
35,000 new arrivals in 1979
has been raised to 40,000
. and may go higher.
Inflation Factor
Cost-of-peace inflation,
added to the rate now in
effect about eight times
higher than in the United
States is a clear present
and future danger to all
Jewish Agency programs
and services.
MEETING THESE
HEIGHTENED HUMAN
NEEDS AND EXPECTA-
TIONS, AND STRENG-
THENING THE QUAL-
ITY OF LIFE FOR IS-
RAEL'S PEOPLE AS
THEY MOVE TOWARD
A TRUE PEACE, IS OUR
CENTRAL, OVER-
RIDING RESPONSI-
BILITY. IT IS THE
GREATEST CHAL-
LENGE AND OPPOR-
TUNITY WE HAVE
FACED.
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Make Your Pledge Now!

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The Jewish Ftoridian and Shofar of Greater Holly wobt
Hollywood JCC Happenings
Children from Temple Beth Shalom Day School made a Seder and presented Passover packages to
residents of the Washington Manor Nursing Home. Seated from left are Dide Coplin. Aaron Rosenbaum.
David Gordon, Gary Plotkin, Mark Williamson and Todd Weldon. Standing from left are Danny Katz,
Jody Wichler, Eddie Bloom, Mrs. Phyllis Drazin, Kim Hessen, David Schwartz and Dean Snow.
CJA-IEF Brunch Set in Golden Isles
The homes of Golden Isles are
holding a brunch in support of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's 1979 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund," Sunday, April 22, at 11
a.m.


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Telephone: (212) 355-7900
A number of events will take
place at the Hollywood JCC in
the next few weeks. A Tween
(sixth-eighth) "Flick and Ice
Cream Sundae Social" will take
place Saturday from 7-10 p.m. at
the Cnter. The film The Deep
with Nick Nolle and Robert Shaw
will be shown.
Also, Tween Volleyball will
start on Wednesday, April 25 at
the Hollywood Hills High from
6:30-8 p.m. All tweens are
welcomed.
All teens from ninth through
12 th grades are invited to play
softball at the Emerald Hills field
each Sunday from 10 a.m.-noon.
An SAT preparation course
will be offered beginning May 8.
If you are interested, contact the
center.
The center"s Couples Com-
munications Workshop, led by
Dr. Robert Green, Ph.D., and
Mrs. Lynda Green, MSW, begin
next Tuesday, April 24, for three
consecutive weeks at the center.
Call the center to register.
From left are Gertrude Price, David Schwartz, Fanny Rabinowitz, Jody Eichler, Freda Hartoshen, Todd
Weldon and Mark Williamson.
Israel
Independence
Day Event
Broward Zionist District will
celebrate Israel Independence
Day on April 25 at 8 p.m. at
Hallandale Jewish Center.
Members and friends are invited.
Main speaker will be Rabbi
Carl Klein whose topic is "The
Significance of Israel
- --------- Independence Day." Enter-
The Jewish Federation of South Broward held its final event in tainment is planned by Isidor
support of the 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund (Booky) Bookbinder and Harry
campaign at the Parker Dorado. From left are Kitty and Nat Lefcourt in a medly of songs,
Appenzeller, Jeanne Daman (guest speaker) and Mary Liebman. piano selections and humorous
sayings.
Beginning on May 2 the
Hollywood JCC also will sponso-
a seminar in conjunction with
Broward Community College
called "Women On Their Way."-
This js a six-part workshop to
help women look at their
potential. interests and
aspirations. Call the center office.
The course is from 8-9:30 p.m.
each Wednesday for six weeks.
Other reminders: The JCC and
BCC Hillel will show Kazablan on
Thursday, April 19, at the center.
The film begins at 8 p.m. There
will be another Israeli Cof-
feehouse at the JCC on Saturday,
April 28, from 8-11 p.m. All
persons from 18-25 years are
invited:
A journey into the world of
Jewish music with Abe and
Blanche Halpern will be
presented on Sunday, April 22, ai
2 p.m. This program is the once I
month JCC Senior Sunday
program. Halpern wrtes the
"Ask Abe" column for The
Floridian. The community
invited.
IS
Diet Control Plan at JCC
A three-pronged diet control
program will be offered at the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center, North Miami
Beach. The program is geared for
men and women.
The first session is Wed-
nesday, April 25, from 7:30-9:30
p.m. and continues on successive
Wednesdays through June 13.
The program is open to the
public. Joyce Julien, M.S., is
instructor.
The program covers the three
aspects of successful diet plan
nutritional awareness, behavior
modification and weight control.
For details call Tord Boman,
director. Health and Physical
Education Department.
Sixty-six competitors entered
the Michael-Ann Russell JCC's
Spring Racquetball Tournament
held March 31, April 1 and 2.
The competitors were in four
men's divisions and one women's
division. Winner of the women's
division was Sandy Cook. In the
men's division, Mike Wohl
defeated Jerry Kelleher, scores of
16-21, 21-11.11-0.
Corey Brysman won the men's
B division, Jacob Bensaull won
the men's C division. In the
Masters division, top seeded Paul
Krause was victorious. Marty
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
>vtel Jewry Update
mian Family Now ORT Project
la Gruskin adopted a
ily through the Adopt-A-
ly Program of the Com-
lity Relations Committee's
[iet Jewry Committee of the
sh Federation of South
vard.
Mff the past few months,
9a has written seven letters to
Ik Terlitsky of Moscow,
ugh the receipts from the
su-red mail were returned,
Jit sky received only one letter,
other six receipts were
by different people, and
I had a different address.
linda. a member of Women's
prican ORT, explained this
situation to fellow OKT mem-
bers. Through the guidance of
Carol Sue Press, South Broward
Region president, the group,
which represents 3,000 women in
20 chapters, is extending an open
call to the community to write to
Terlitsky.
His address is:
Mark Terlitsky
First Smolensky
Perulok 24
KV107
Moscow, Russia
121099 RSFSRUSSR
Your letters of encouragement
to these families makes their wait
to leave Russia easier.
Israeli Coffee House at JCC
Dm left Chava Asher and Yossi Netz perform Israeli folk dancing at
\ opening of the Israeli Coffee House at the Hollywood JCC.
tm left Sam Alpert and Richard Peritz perform Israeli songs at the
free House.
No Chicken
Kosher Than
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?
Women Hold Dial-a-Pledge
The Jewish Federation of South Broward Women's
Division participated in the Federation's "Campaign
Intensive" by holding a Dial-A-Pledge.
f
Seated from left are Bea Kreines, Sol Myers, Ruth Steyer and Phyllis
Minden. Standing from left are Sarah Sokolow, Hannah Adel and Lou
Berger.
LJ
Dr. Morton Malavsky, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Shalom,
who will be leading a tour to
Israel June 19, announces that
joining him on the tour will be the
mayor of Hollywood, David R.
Keating, and Mrs. Keating.
Seated from left are Mattie Solarsh, Rozalin Copelan, Tena Solomon
and Ann Solomon. Standing from left are Frances Briefer, Minnie
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 20. 1979
CJA-IEF Leaders Wrap Up Campaign y Hashoah Observance
Campaign leaders from all over the South Broward area have been meeting at the
Federation offices to regroup and get their new assignments to wrap up the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's 1979 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. The April "Campaign Intensive" has put a new perspective on the
remaining weeks of the campaign and the campaign workers have been working
feverishly to complete their assignments.
Seated "from left are Nat Sedley, Sam Koffler, Milton Nagurka, Eli Baum and Sam Slept. Standing from
left are Sydney Holt/man, Gus Lipps, Ida l.avin, Otto Stieber, Gert Sciaorek, Ida Singer, Lou BaDin, Ben
Klein, Charles Wolfe, Meyer Kaplan, Samuel H. Levy, Sissy Levy, Leon Glattman, and Lee Franklin.
* *t.
The South Broward Council of Rabbis and the Jewish
Federation of South Broward will co-sponsor the third annual
Yom Hashoah observance a memorial to the six million who
perished in the Nazi Holocaust at Temple Sinai, Monday,
April 23, at 7:30 p.m.
The program will include a choral reading by an AZA from
Plantation, a presentation by the David Ben-Gurion Cultural
Group. Also participating will be the rabbis and cantors of the
area.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe of Temple Beth El is chairman of the
event; Esther Gordon, Women's Division president of JFSB
and Rabbi Harold Richter, chaplain of JFSB are co-
chairpersons.
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Israeli Fair Slated on Independence Day
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Israel Informa-
tion Desk will sponsor an Israel
Independence Day Fair, Sunday.
May 6. at Temple Sinai in Holly- continues through the evening
wood, according to chairman with booths, an Israeli bathing
Norman Freedman.
The fair opens at 5 p.m. and


suit fashion show, an appearance
by the Consul General of Israel
and entertainment by Distant
Shores. With a repertoire of
international folk music. Distant
Shores gives a versatile per-
formance.
The show takes the listener on
a tour across five continents
around the world. There's a visit
with the Israelis on a kibbutz re-
joicing over the completion of
their harvest, or sitting around a
campfire listening to the gypsies
strumming their balalaikas. An
evening in Spain with bouncy
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and present.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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mth Broward Institutions Observe Passover
>dney Holtzman, chairman of
[Chaplaincy Service of the
Ish Federation of South
yard announced that Jewish
je in South Broward's in-,
ktions would be celebrating
lover.
ibbi Harold Richter, chaplain
pie JFSB, organized groups
led Seders at the area's
ping homes: Dania Nursing
ne, Irving Belson; Golfcrest,
l>i Richter; Hallandale
abilitation Center, Hillel Day
; Hollywood Hills Nursing
Grand People of Temple
el; Washington Manor
sing Home, Beth Shalom
School.
iree Seders were conducted
the South Florida State
kpital for geriatric patients,
the children's Division and for
general patients.
The geriatric patients' Seder
was prepared by the Aviva
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
Volunteers from Hollywood's
JCC assisted at the Seder for the
general patients at the State
Hospital, given by members of
the Hillcrest and Hallandale
Chapters of B'nai B'rith Women
and chaired by Edna Goldstein.
Assisting Rabbi Richter at that
Seder were the BBG-Gimmel and
the B'nai Israel AZA.
The David Ben Gurion Lodge
of B'nai B'rith donated the cost
of the Seder as well as that of the
130 packages distributed to the
Jewish patients at the State
Hospital.
There were also three hospital
Seders held before Passover: at
Biscayne Medical Center, at
Community Hospital of South
Broward and at the Hollywood
Medical Center. These were
conducted by Rabbi Richter and
his children. .
A Seder, conducted by Rabbi
Richter for the Exceptional
Adults Basic Education Center,
also was held before Passover.
Rabbi Richter also conducted a
Seder at the Broward Correc-
tional Institution, assisted by
Sarah Brackis.
Almost 500 Passover "Care"
packages were distributed to
Jewish patients in nursing
homes, the State Hospital, the
women's prison and to several
needy families throughout the
area. Funds for the Passover
packages were made possible
through the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida, the
David Ben Gurion Ix>dgeof B'nai
B'rith, the synagogues and other
concerned individuals.
All patients in hospitals
received a copy of a Haggadah,|
prepared by Kabbi Kichter. All
the hospitals were informed of
the traditional Passover Seder
menu, and all hospitals, had
Passover food on hand for any
who requested it.
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Chapter of the Henrietta Szold
Group of Hadassah will hold its
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April 23 at the Miramar
Recreation Center.
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 20, 1979
Beth El Brotherhood Dinner-Dance
Brotherhood of Temple Beth I ^^ on Saturday, April 21 at
El will install officers at a dinner-1 6:30 Pm- in the Tob,n
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Rabbi Harold Richter (left) offers a Passover service to residents of
the (iulfcresl Nursing Home. Pictured with the Rabbi are seated from
left. Dr. Philip Levin and Morris Stern. Standing left of the Rabbi are
Francis Levin, Sylvia Goldberg, George Oberfield, Francis Oberfseld
and Jean Stern.
Auditorium of the temple.
Officers and board members to
be installed are William Sch-
wartz, president; Bud Singman.
executive vice president; Dr.
Irving Grebin, vice president;
Bernard Bernhardt, treasurer;
Dr. A. David Smith, secretary.
Members of the board of
directors: Alvin Friedman,
Joseph Rossman, Joseph Dunn,
Louis Goldstein, Jack Kuscher,
Edward Rose, Louis Sahm,
Hyman Wyman, Frank Borses,
William Silberman, Dr. Louis
Finkelstein, Max Toplitz, R.
Mitchell Lewis, Leonard
Grandberg, Hyman Saber, Max
Jacobson, Solomon Singer,
Stanley B. Spector and Wilhelm
Meister.
Dancing and entertainment
will lie by Frank Ardell and his
orchestra.
Ask Abe
By Abe Halpera
Question: The Passover Hagadah recited at the
Seder is in Hebrew. Why is the opening passage
in Aramaic?
David Lurie
Hallandale
Answer:
The opening paragraph which is recited as the
ceremonial plate with the matzot is lifted up
reads: "Ha Lachma Anya: This is the bread of
affliction which our ancestors ate in the land of
Egypt. Let anyone who is hungry come and eat.
Let anyone who is in want come and celebrate the
Passover."
The commentary in the Israel Passover
Hagadah. arranged and edited by Rabbi
Menachem M. Kasher, has the following ex-
planation.
"This custom of inviting all who were hungry
to join in the Passover celebration originated in
Babylonia. Hence the invitation was extended in
Aramaic, the language spoken by the Jewish
people at the time, so that all might understand
it.
"In the opinion of some scholars, the custom on
Passover eve of breaking a matzah, called the
bread of poverty.' was intended to preprare us to
share our foorl with those who have nothing to
eat.
"'At present, it is customary to provide the
Jewish poor with their needs before the Passover,
so thai they need not go begging from door to
door. For this purpose a special fund called Moot
Hittim. meaning Funds for Passover Food,' is
gathered and distributed before the Festival.
"Passover is not the only festival during which
we are commanded to remember the less for-
tunate. Ori~-all religious and joyful occasions we
are to share God's bounties with the underprivi-
leged. He who eats in the company of his children
but fails to offer nourishment to the poor, ignores
a divine commandment and merely gratifies his
appetite. Such rejoicing is shameful."
There are many discussions in the Talmud
about taxes imposed by the Jewish local
authorities on the Jewish town residents and
those imposed by the central government
authority on the Jewish public. Specific items are
enumerated, among them the need to provide
Moot Hittim wheat money for Passover
matzot.
From Talmudic days this was considered a
stringent compulsory community tax and even
those exempt from other taxes had to participate.
The concern of the Jewish people to take care of
the poor by providing Passover matzot has been
manifested for the last two millennia wherever
Jews lived. In every shtetl (village} in the
diaspora throughout the ages, this concern was
translated into deeds by the local community, and
everyone was either taxed or,made voluntary
contributions to the rabbi or the synagogue.
"Although the idea of charity and almsgiving
is spread throughout the whole of the Bible, there
is no special term for it. The rabbis of the Talmud,
however, adopted the word Zedahah for charity
and it is used (but not exclusively so) throughout
rabbinic literature in the sense of helping the
needy by gifts. .
"The word Zedahah literally means
'righteousness' or justice': by their very choice of
the word [Zedakah) the rabbis reveal a great deal
of their attitude to the subject, for they see
charity not as a favor to the poor but something
to which they have a rignt, and the donor, an
obligation." [Encyclopaedia Judaica, vol. 5,
column 340)
It is interesting to note that at present even in
the United States, in spite of the efficient central
fund-raising activities by the Jewish Federations,
there are many individuals who, on their own, still
continue to practice the centuries-old tradition of
the Mitzvah of Mao Hittim. Prior to Passover
they collect money from friends and neighbors for
this purpose.
It is therefore important for us to remember
especially during this joyous Passover holiday
season that in our area, the central fund-
raising agency is the Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
The Federation conducts an annual campaign,
the combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund. The money raised in the campaign is
allocated to support local needs, national Jewish
organizations and Jewish organizations through-
out the world. The largest portion goes to the
United Jewish Appeal.
It is therefore incumbent upon all Jews to
voluntarily make a pledge to the 1979 Campaign.
Ben Salter, CJA-IEF 1979 Campaign Chair-
man stated: "During the month of April, 23 must
make a concerted effort not only to obtain pledges
from everyone who gave in previous years, but
reach every Jew in our community and to bring in
every dollar that is obtainable."
For further information communicate with the
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The South Broward Medical community was honored by
selection of Dr. Karl Morgenstein as a visiting professor at
le University of Oregon in Portland. Dr. Morgenstein taught a
fcst graduate course on surgery of the nose and sinuses. Wife
Vol. a typical Floridian, thought that Oregon might be too
lid, so afterward met her distinguished spouse in Los Angeles.
Iiey enjoyed a relaxing vacation staying at the Century Plaza
Mm.
We were on vacation too. While writing this column I am
fcting on the beach in Key West. It's not as glamorous as the
bid Coast, but it certainly is a great rest. "Fang" and I and my
other and sister-in-law, Larry and Susan Levine of Lynnfield,
lass., decided to "hurry up and relax." We had three days.
We flew an Air Florida jet which departed late. We arrived
13 p.m. If we had driven, we would have been here before noon.
he waters are muddy, so the glassbottom boats to the mag-
Ificent coral reef are canceled. We don't fish. We already rode
e Conch Train around the island and have seen the Heming-
ly and Audubon Houses. We found free tennis courts, but we
rgot to bring our sneakers. Key limes are out of season, so the
isn't the same. Last night we sat down in the lounge, ordered
Irink, and the band stopped playing. We rented a car, and the
^rvice station was out of gas.
Tomorrow we go home. Now I know why Mitchell Wolfson,
liairman of the Board of Wometco Enterprises, born here,
loved.
Eleanor and Paul Weiner celebrated a happy event when
Paul became a U.S. citizen. He is now a regular Yankee.
Daughter Barbara, husband Jeff, granddaughter Fara, son
pruce, and daughter-in-law Carla shared the evening. Also
plebrating Paul's Mr. America status was Bert Parks of "Miss
America" fame.
Jerry Rosenberg wore an American flag bow tie, and Otto
teiber sported a special red, white and blue striped shirt. The
lieme was carried out in the centerpieces which the Weiners
lade combining flags and Uncle Sam hats, topped with a
liberty Bell.
Among the many party-goers who also toured the mag-
kifiient new home were Roz and Dr. Lou Bennett, Ann and Lew
John, Celina and Irv Fishman. Even Audrey Meline, on crut-
Thi"- following a skiing accident, didn't miss one spectacular
lom. The collection of art work, crystal, marble, use of mirrors,
pft colors and effective lighting are combined in this elegant
raw of exquisite details. Eleanor's bathroom has a Jacuzzi
Whirlpool bath that is huge. I wonder if Paul remembered to hire
lifeguard. "Uncle Sam Welcomes Paul."
Perle and Jerry Siegel invited friends for wine and cheese,
'erle has been very busy with her new career in geriatric social
vork. Charlotte and Mike Brodie, Vicki and Arthur Eichner,
iarbara and James Fox Miller and Sandy and Charles Friedman
vere among the guests. It was an opportunity to say hello to
pveryone.
Congratulations to Estelle and Dr. Alan Podia on the Bat
Mitzvah of their daughter Jennifer Lee. Sister Lisa and brother
Marc will enjoy the special day at Temple Beth El.
Bridge players in Emerald Hills are looking forward to
welcoming a new neighbor. Clay re Ribner, popular bridge in-
structor, soon will move in to the townhouse area.
Temple Beth Shalom celebrated the Bat Mitzvah of Ilene
Flayman, daughter of David and Sandy Flayman, sister of Eric
and Robbi. Friends and family came from Philadelphia for the
occasion.
Best -wishes also to Dr. Jack and Susan Miller and sister
Myra on the Bar Mitzvah of Dale. The garden luncheon was a
setting of glorious yellow daffodils.
A very happy 50th anniversary greeting to Betty and Ben
Milton. They enjoyed a beautiful party at the Emerald Hills
Country Club.
Happy 75th birthday to Milton Rosen. Charming wife,
Eunice, entertained their daughters, sons, spouses, grand-
children and Milton's sisters at a gala family celebration.
Enjoying the recent Parker Playhouse production of
Chapter Two were Albert and Marilyn Ponn, Alan and Gert
Leinwand, Nat and Dina Sedley. We share our review of each
show with season subscribers, Jack and Lil London.
Attorney Mike Ford and his bride Hope were honored at a
recent party hosted by Dr. Howard and Shelia Fuerst and Judge
Harvey Ford.
Joyce Newman and Brenda Greenman are excellent cooks! I
had to pay $100 to learn this. It was the benefit dinner for the
City of Hollywood Art and Culture Center. Brenda and Andy,
Joyce and Ted were asked by chairperson Ruth Galvin to host a
dinner at home for 10 charitable couples. After dinner everyone
would visit the Center for cocktails and dancing.
When I arrived, I first thought I might be at a Memorial
Hospital satellite facility. Dr. Herb and Nancy Brizd, Dr. Saul
and Susan Singer, Dr. Phil and Bobbie Levin were there. Jo-
Ann Katz was seated with one leg elevated, crutches at her side
wearing an orthopedic shoe that belongs to Gloria Friedman.
She had injured her hip in an accident at home. Audrey Meline
arrived on crutches also, her wheelchair left outside. Brenda was
taking it easy because of her recent phlebitis attack. EUie Katz
was coughing. Sherman Katz was tired from helping JoAnn at
home, even though neighbor Mary Zinn had graciously sent over
dinner one evening. Stan and Sylvia Abram and Sonny and
Betty Finkelstein seemed healthv. The evening was great fun. a
lot of laughs, and a lot of calories, complete with strolling
iviy husband and I were exhausted. The night before was
the Nova High Senior Prom. Our son. Bill, is class president, so
we had consented to help chaperone the breakfast on the beach.
Later I found out that we would have to get up at 4:30 a.m.
Rikki and David Goodman also were at the beach to watch the
sunrise. Their son Kip and Mindy Blumenthal, daughter of Evie
and Dr. Fred Blumenthal, were the hardworking Prom co-chair-
persons. Karen Novick and her committee amassed all the food
with Jill Burnstine helping. Bill had invited Sherrie Grenitz,
who assists the Nova baseball tern as a pretty bat girl.
Still awake at 6 a.m. were Glenn Gordon, Tracy Roberts,
Bill Cohen, Sherrie Bluth, Scott K lei man. Brian Gordon and
many, many more. Calligrapher Natalie Bluth had artistically
designed the lovely Prom program with Bobbie Levin.
The next event is Grad Night a fun evening at Disney
World between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. Thank goodness no one asked
me to chaperone.______________ ___________
Israel Bonds Announces Golda Meir Club
/ith the approval of Israel's
le Prime Minister, the State of
ael Bonds Organization has
jounced the formation of the
IIda Meir Club, a select group
[women who have purchased a
Jnimum of $5,000 in State of
Fael Bonds in 1979. The an-
uncement was made by Gary
Gerson, South Florida Israel
Inds Campaign Chairman.
fcrson named Reva Dauer as
airman of the Golda Meir Club
Jiich, he expects, will have an
Irollment in this area of several
kndred women.
|ln accepting the position, Mrs.
auer noted that Golda Meir was
|e of the world's greatest
nders, a founder of the Israel
pnds Organization, who helped
aide the State of Israel from
infancy to a leading power. She
expressed hope that many local
women would follow in Golda
Meir's footsteps and become
leaders and supporters of the
State of Israel Bonds
Organization in south Florida.
Mrs. Dauer has invited all
charter members of the Golda
Meir Club to a garden party at
her home on May 9. At that time,
Moriah Blum, wife of Israel's
Ambassador, to the United
Nations, will be the guest speaker
Temple Israel to
Honor Norman Prafins
Temple Israel of Miramax will
have its 31st anniversary
celebration for the State of Israel
on April 25 at 8 p.m., in the
Temple's auditorium.
At the same time Evelyn and
Norman Prafin will be honored
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