The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

Notes

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 44512277
lccn - sn 00229541
ocm44512277
System ID:
AA00014307:00242

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
wJewislh Fllondliiain
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Volume 10-Number 4
Hollywood, Florida Friday, February 22, 1980
) Frtd SHocht
Price 35 Cents
Trend Demonstrated
Jewish Population Moves South
NEW YORK (JTA) -
[Continuing a pattern of
recent years, the Jewish
)opulation of the United
States is moving in in-
leasing numbers from the
Jortheast to the Sun Belt
the Southern and
/estern parts of the
:ountry. This trend is
lemonstrated in
lemographic reports that
ippear in the 1980 edition
>f the American Jewish
'ear Book. The new
iition, Volume 80 in the
[annual series, has just
|appeared.
The American Jewish Year
Book is published jointly by the
American Jewish Committee and
the Jewish Publication Society of
America. Its editors are Milton
Himmelfarb and David Singer.
Morris Fine is editor emeritus.
FIGURES ON world Jewish
population in the Year Book
show an increase of 110,000 over
the previous year, or a total
current world Jewish population
of 14,396,000.
Sr However, Prof. Leon Shapiro,
of Rutgers University, who
compiled the world statistics,
cautions that "there are no
precise data on Jewish
population in the various
countries. The figures presented
represent the best possible
intimates The figures are of
varying degrees of accuracy and
are subject to substantial
margins of error."
Similarly, the authors of the
mographic report on Jewish
j.nlation in the United States,
Alvin Chenkin and Maynard
Miran, research consultant and
associate respectively of the
Council of Jewish Federations,
warn that two factors combine to
make their total estimate
problematic: "The extent of the
shift to the 'sun-belt' states may
not yet be fully reported. On the
other hand, the New York City
area estimate is, in all likelihood,
overstated."
THEY ESTIMATE that the
current U.S. Jewish population is
5,860,900 a modest increase over
the previous year's figure of
v5,780;960. The South and West
comprise 30.2 percent of the
rtotal, as compared to 29.1 in 1978
and 27.8 in 1977. The Northeast
and Northcentral states
represent 69.8 percent of the total
Jewish population, as compared
to 70.9 and 72.2 percent in 1978
and 1977 respectively. Jews
comprise 2.7 percent of the total
population in the U.S.
Estimating the New York City
Jewish population at 1,228,000, a
figure based on the 1970 National
Jewish Population Study, the
authors point out that unofficial
estimates by the New York
Department of City Planning
show a 13.5 percent drop in the
city's white population between
1970 and 1977. "An extrapolation
Greece Welcomes
PLO Office
PARIS (JTA) An
agreement in principle has been
reached between the Palestine
Liberation Organization and the
Greek government to establish a
PLO office in Athens, according
to reports reaching here.
The announcement was made
after talks between Greek
Foreign Minister George Rallis
and the head of the PLO's
political department, Farouk
Kaddoumi.
Further statements by the
Greek government said that
although the exact nature of the
PLO office would be worked out
later, to decide whether it will be
a diplomatic outpost or merely an
information bureau, Greek
support for the "national
aspirations of the Palestinian
people" was in line with policies
based on "traditional Greek-Arab
friendship."
of this figure to 1979 could reduce
the Jewish population figure for
New York City to around
1,000,000," they added.
After the United States,
countries with significantly large
numbers of Jews are: Israel,
3,135,000; Soviet Union,
2,666,000; France, 650,000;
Great Britain, 410,000; Canada,
305,000; Argentina, 300,000;
Brazil, 150,000; and South
Africa, 118,000.
AMONG THE Jewish
population figures for U.S. cities
listed in the Year Book's tables
are: Greater New York,
1,998,000; Los Angeles
Metropolitan Area, 445,000;
Philadelphia Metropolitan Area,
295,000; Chicago Metropolitan
Area, 253,000; Miami, 225,000;
Boston, 170,000; Greater
Washimrton. 160.000; Bergen
County (N.J.), 100,000; Essex
County (N.J.), 95,000; Baltimore,
92,000; Cleveland, 75,000;
Detroit, 75,000; San Francisco,
75,000; Montgomery County
(Md.), 70,000; St. Louis, 60,000;
Fort Lauderdalc, 60,000,
Hollywood (Fla.), 55,000; in
Pittsburgh, 51,000.
In Europe, including Asiatic
USSR and Turkey, there are
4,142,450 Jews. The Jewish
population of the Americas is
6,783,220. In Asia, there are
3,221,010 Jews; in Africa,
174,320; and in Australia-New
Zealand, 75,000. The Jewish
population in major cities in the
Soviet Union is: Kharkov,
80,000; Kiev, 170.000;
Leningrad, 165,000; Moscow,
285,000; Odessa, 120,000;
Sverdlovsk, 40,000; and
Zhitomir. 20.000.
Presidential Towers
Sets Sunday Function
La Mer Women Set
Campaign Luncheon
More than 100 women are
expected to attend the Jewish
Federation of South Broward La
Mer Women's Division $100
minimum commitment Lun-
cheon, Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 11:30
a.m. at Emerald Hills Country
Club, according to Estelle
Glattman, chairwoman.
"This is our seventh annual
luncheon on behalf of the
Federation's Combined Jewish
Emerald Hills Plans
Dinner on March 4
The Emerald Hilte division of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward will hold its fifth annual
Sponsored dinner Tuesday,
March 4, at Emerald Hills
Country Club, according to Ben
and Lee Rosenberg, chairmen.
The event, held on behalf of the
Federation's 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund, is in honor of Sonny and
Arky De Stout.
The De Stouts' ac-
complishments and charitable
activities make them out-
standing, loved and respected in
Emerald Hills.
This dinner marks the fifth
secutive year that a generous
group has sponsored the event.
The 1980 sponsors include
John Berkowitz, Nelson Dembs,
Eli Field, Al Gandsil, Hy
Glickstein, Jack Goldberg.
Abbot Greene, Jack Grossman,
Max Klein, Sol Kurtz, Aaron
Liebenthal, Charles Moses.
Also, Jerry Niederman,
Nathan Rakita, Lou Rappaport,
Joseph M. Levene, Ben
Rosenberg, Sam Sabin, David
Schatzow, Bernard Scheinholz,
Nathan Shainberg, George
Steinberg, Harry Swartzman,
and Dr. Louis Winkelman.
Residents of Presidential
Towers will gather Sunday, Feb.
24, at 10 a.m. in the social hall to
express solidarity for their fellow
Jews the world over.
The event is being held on
behalf of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund and in honor of the
dedicated residents of
Presidential Towers, according to
Dr. Philip A. Levin, campaign
chairman.
Guest speaker for the break-
fast is Danny Tadmore.
Born in Tel Aviv at the time of
the establishment of the State of
Israel, Tadmore is an informative
speaker and talented entertainer.
He has spoken extensively on
behalf of the State of Israel for
various Jewish organizations,
giving great insight into the
current economic and political
situation.
Breakfast sponsors include Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Berkal, Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Bleeker, Mr. and Mrs.
| Harry Denburg, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Gerd, Mr. and Mrs.
David Housen, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Klausner, Mrs. Michael
Konner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Lerman, Mrs. Gus Lipps, Mr.
Danny Tadmore
and Mrs. Jack Mandelbaum,
Mrs. Shirley Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Musicante.
Also, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Paley, Mrs. Ethel Posnick, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack B. Richman, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Robinson, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Rosen, Mr.
Samuel Rosoff, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Ruby, Mr. and Mrs.
William Wakiman, Mr. Samuel
Wheeler, Mrs. Anne Wildstein.
and Mrs. Louis Wolfberg.
Mr. and Mrs. De Stoat
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
Through the cooperative efforts
of co-chairwoman Sylvia Frid-
man. our building chairwomen
and committee, we have
organized what we hope to be a
very successful event," Mis.
Glattman explained.
The program will be a special
multi-media youth presentation,
entitled "Together We Grow."
The program was produced in
Emerald Hills, Hollywood Hills
and Israel. It was directed and
written by Janie Berman,
Beverly Shapiro and Haviva
Shull. with special help from Al
Barg, Helen Cohan and Susan
Pardoi.
La Mer East building chair-
women are Lenore Weber and
Faye Wiland. South building
chairwomen are Ida Freedman
and Ella Upsher. West building
chairwomen are Miriam Ellis and
Virginia Shader.
The committee includes Ruth
Abrams, Rose Appel, Lena Berk,
Marion Bogert, Youdes Brody,
Esther Coleman, Theresa Cohen,
Shirley Edelman, Mollye
Fogelman, Sarah Franklin, Ruth
Goldstein.
Also Laura Gordon, Jean
Horlich, Mimi Kaplan, Betty
Karmiel, Lil Kleinberg, Ada
Klinkenstein, Corinne Kolodin,
Florence La sky, Helen Rit-
tenberg, Evelyn Schacter,
Mignon Siteman and Rosemary
Taxman.
Nancy Brizel and Jo Ann Katz
are Beach coordinators.


gsal
The Jewish Fbridian andShofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 22
S
Gt
CO
Sr
th
Bf
Trafalgar Towers I To Honor the Betels
Esther and Joseph Bete) will
be honored at Trafalgar Towers I
Victory Brunch. Sunday. Feb. 24.
at 11 a.m. in the Recreation
Room.
The event is being held on
behalf of the Jewish Federation
of South Brow and 1960 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Em-
ergency Fund, according to Steve
Marlowe, chairman.
The Betels are "snow-birds"
from Toronto and have been
residents of Trafalgar Towers 1
for the past eleven years.
They helped found the Joseph
and Esther Betel Medical Center
in Kiryat Shmaryahu near Haifa,
which was dedicated and opened
in 1979.
Co-chairman of Trafalgar
Towers I is Al Goldberg. The
committee includes Joseph Betel.
Ben E Cohen. Morris Feinstein.
Betty GlanU. Jonas Kevelson.
Rosalie Marlowe. Max Merbaum.
Murray and Rosalie Oremland.
Polly Smiley. Marion Wallman
and Abraham Winikoff.
Esther aad Joseph Betel
Aquarius Women Support CJA-IEF
"Together We Grow" will be
the entertainment provided at
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward Aquarius Women's
Division 1980 Luncheon.
Wednesday. Feb 27. at the
Emerald Hills Country Club,
according to Ann Cohn. Mini
Finkeistein. Edith Frost. Eleanor
Shuman and Lilian Zeefe.
coordinators.
Together We Grow" is a
special multi-media youth
presentation produced in
Emerald Hills. Hollywood Hills
and Israel. The program was
directed and written by Janie
Herman. Beverly Shapiro and
Haviva Shull. with special help
from Al Barg. Helen Cohan and
Susan Pardon.
The Aquarius committee
includes Lax Ackerman. Irene
Dank. Pearl Feder. Evelyn
Ereilich. Svtvia Werner Fried
mann. Oiga Goldberger. Rhoda
Goodman. Eva Granoff. Marion
Guttman. Anne Koppel.
Henrietta Kopit. Margaret
Leboviu. Ethel Leveson. Sylvia
Koreman Like. Rose Liu man
Also Ruth Manes. Julia Miller.
Zelda Morrison. Peggy Paret,
Kate Peters iel. Yeta Rice. Til Lee
Rothkopf. Rhoda Schluger.
Sophia Schwartz. Goldie Soble.
Sally Stein. Mollie Verebay. Ann
Weinberg. Carol Wetnberg and
Harriet Wiletskv.
Quadomain To Honor The Alberts
Quadomain will hold its annual
brunch Sunday. Feb. 24. in
support of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund, according to
Meyer Epstein, chairman
This year's event is held in
honor of Philip J. and Karol
Albert The .Albert's are prune
examples of busy people who still
find the tune to work diligently
for their people and the State of
Israel, explamed Epstein
"Their affiliation with Congre-
gation Sons ot Israel in Wood-
mere. N.V. spans thirty years
Side by side, they provided
exemplary leadership in the
many programs and activities
during the crucial years of the
synagogue's growth.
In addition to their deep
congregational involvement,
both Karol and Phil have par-
ticipated actively in every major
Jewish cause and in a host ot
other philanthropic endeavors.
Since moving to HoUvwood.
the Alberts joined Hallandale
Jewish Center. Phil is a member
of the Century Club and King
David Lodge B'nai B'rith. Karol
is a member of B'nai B'rith
Women." added Epstein.
Quadomain co-chairman is
Samuel Koffler. The committee
includes Gerald Abronson. Phil
Albert. Joseph Allentuck.
Harvey Cohen. Murray Ghck-
man. Sydney Green. Sidney Hoff.
Morris Hollander. Harry Kaplan.
Isadora Mokrin. Milton Nagurka.
David Rib*. Meyer Schatxberg.
Irving Schor. Nat Sedley. David
Sklar. Sam Staff. Leon
Weissbrod. Max Woilman and
lxzv Zaroff
Park Place to Hold First CJA-IEF Event
Park Place will hold its first
Premier Gala Dinner on Sundav.
March 2. on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund, ac-
cording to Louis Fine. Park Place
crganuer
The S100 minimum commit-
ment event is being held at
Pembroke Lakes Couatrv C':ub
Guest speaker is Florida State
Rep. Lawrence J. Smith Elected
to the House of Representatives,
in '.?"? Rep Smith serves on the
Criminal Justice. Judiciary and
Ethics and Elections committees
He is chairman of the state:
subcommittee on uimtii against
the elderly and minimum
mandatory aratencing He was
zistrumental us obtamng fun-
..": :--. aaaa] | |_--.
Shelter" and received the
Friend of Education" award by
the Broward Teacher's
Association
Entertainment wil be provided
by singer Rosmbe Williams.
The Park Place committee
aackades Berme Berger. Fraada
Breier Miriam and Norman
Cogac Louts Fine. Goldie Finkle.
Raymond Goldberg. Edith and
Herb Guild. Dorothy Jarow.
alec Kransaan l_t*r> LaaW
mar pebbc relations Esther
Meteick Etae. and Harry Miller.
Id Nessier Paui Phillips.
lr\-.ag and Ruth Proas Harry
Re**- \r* Schachter Murray
Stj Toby Safe, and Phil
*:er<
a
is a Qeadaaaaaa Pttaaui Gifts Carfctad t
of the Jewiek Federaooa ef Sea** Brvwarw 1W 6
Appeel-larael Eaarrjreao Faata* are faoaa left Nat
tee aaajkai
aad Phi Ashen. wa w9 be ksearaJ at
Fee 24
"His Special interest is
ALL of the peapL
of Hollvwootr
LARRY
FINKELSTEIN
hOU YflOOO CITY COMMfSSKN SEAT A Vote on March 11.1980
One reason why
more Jewish families
select Riverside.
More Jewish personnel.
At Riverside, we have the largest staff of
Jewish personnel in Florida. It's been that way since 1935,
and it's one of the major reasons why more Jewish families
select Riverside than any other funeral director.
At Riverside, families find total dedication to
Jewish tradition. A genuine feeling of understanding.
Economical assistance in arranging funeral services
between Florida and New York or anywhere else in the
world. And real concern for each family's needs and
wishes, regardless of financial circumstance.
Today, if Riverside service is becoming the
standard by which people are comparing all the others,
there is a reason. Riverside people. They know Jewish
tradition. And they honor it.
HOLLYWOOD:2230 Hollywood Boulevard
Call:92O-101O
Otner chapels in North Broward,North Miami Beach,Miami Beach.
Miami and West Palm Beach.
Five chapels serving the New York Metropolitan Area.
RIVERSIDE
I Memorial Chapel. Inc / Funeral Directors
For generations a symbol of Jewish tradition.
Sponsoring the Guardian Plan Pre-arranged Funeral.
OuardiaD
Carl Grossberg I Alfred Golden,' Leo Hack/ Kenneth M.Kay/
Arthur Grossberg Joseph Rubin / Carmen Serrano/
Andrew Fier/Charles S.Salomon
TREES OF LIFE
For Dignified Fund-raising
Over 52 years experience in furnishing all
kinds of Bronze and Aluminum Tablets.
Memorials. Donor Plates. Trees of Lite Awards
Portrait Tablets. Letters. Testimonials.
Dedicatory Tablets r>>gmai Sculpture. Etc
Send for free caiaiog o':
UNITED STATES BRONZE
& ALUMINUM CORP.
1065 E 28th St M.a.eah Fia. 33013
836-2880 or 836-2908
STATE OF
ISRAEL BONDS
BOUGHTAND SOLD
Invest in
Israel Securities
WE'RE SOCIALISTS IN .
ISRAEL SECURITIES.

TRANSACTIONS DAILY VIA TELEX
K> ISRAEL STOCK EXCHANGE.
Leu mi

-
Socialities
Corporation
i8East48r- Street
New *>n NY IOC" ?
*1310
Totl Fn*>(800> 22^-4838


Friday, February 22.1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Pace 3
Hollybrook UJA Week March 9
Sunday, March 1980 marks
the kick-off of United Jewish
Appeal Week at Hollybrook.
United Jewish Appeal Week is
held in support of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign, according to George
Kinneman, Hollybrook co-chair-
man and Walk-A-Thon chairman.
The main thrust of the week is
a Walk-A-Thon to be held that
first Sunday, explained Fin
neman.
The purpose of the event is to
raise the consciousness of Holly-
brook residents and bring in as
much money as possible to the
Federation's annual campaign.
Finneman added,
campaign this year
"In our
we must
raise more than ever because the
needs are greater than they have
ever been ... in a time of
gathering hope for peace."
Sea Edge Schedules Breakfast
Sea Edge will hold its annual
breakfast Sunday, March 2, on
behalf of the Jewish Federation
| of South Breward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund, according to
Herman Schulman, chairman.
The event is being held in
honor of Miriam Ludwig in
memory of her husband, Louis
Ludwig.
Guest speaker at the breakfast
will be Danny Tadmore, speaker
and entertainer.
Bert Shapiro is Sea Edge co-
chairman. Miriam Ludwig is
honorary chairman.
The committee includes Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Dick man.
Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Dickman,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gold. Mr.
and Mrs. Moe Greenwald, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Kransdorf,
Mr .and Mrs. Benjamin Kreich-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Lapidus, Mrs. Nellie Lerner, Mr.
and Mrs. William Levitus, Mr.
and Mrs. Gabe Nathan, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Press, Mr. Adolpf
Sirverman. Mr. and Mrs. Ned
Subit, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Wolfe.
Temple Solel Sets March Calendar
March events at Temple Solel
will begin with a Purim worship
service, costume parade and
Megilla reading on Sunday
morning, March 2. Rabbi Robert
P. Frazin will conduct the
worship service.
Family Night Shabbat worship
will begin at 8:15 p.m. Friday,
March 7. Rabbi Frazin will
conduct the worship service.
Cantor Michael Kyrr will chant
the liturgical portion.
The following young people
will become B'nai Mitzvah
during the month of March:
Charles Hand, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Hand; Renee Saks,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Saks; Elayne Straus, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Straus;
Stephen Talpins, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Norman Talpins; Chad
IVndrich, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Tendrich; Shari
Bergbeim, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Jerome Bergheim; David
Kaplan, son of Mrs. and Mrs.
Victor Kaplan; and David
liosendorf, son of Dr. and Mrs.
I .>>inard Rosendorf.
Sisterhood Interfaith Seder
will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday.
March 20. Rabbi Frazin will
conduct the Seder.
The Adult Education Com-
mittee of Temple Solel will
present the Florida Family Opera
Singers of the Greater Miami
Opera Association on Sunday
evening, March 23. The musical
program will consist of opera
selections as well as musical
comedy numbers.
Sisterhood's scholarship
luncheon will be held at Dania Jai
Lai on Tuesday, March 18. For
further information contact the
Temple office.
The Adult Education Com-
mittee of Temple Solel will
present the Florida Family Opera
Singers of the Greater Miami
Opera Association on Sunday
evening, March 23. The musical
progarm will consist of opera
selections as well as musical
comedy numbers.
At a recent Trafalgar I meeting on behalf of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund, Reva Wexler, Federation campaign director, presented a visual
Road Show on "Your Federation Dollars and Where They Go." Seated
from left are Mrs. Wexler, Steve Marlowe, chairman; and Rosalie
Oremland, co-chairman. Standing from left are Morris Feinstein, co-
chairman; Al Goldberg, co-chairman; and Murray Oremland, co-
chairman.
Vote for
Al. J. Jacobsen
for Mayor of the City of Hollywood
March 11
Who is looking forward to serving
the citizens of the City of Hollywood
With Honest and Sincere
Municipal Government...
For the People end
By the People
Resident of Florida for 30 years
Veteran and Business Man
Lived In Hlaleah for 23 years and
had been politically active there
Living In Hollywood for 7 years
My door will always bo open and
I have the expertise to expedite
your needs
Pd. Pol Adv Paid ! Making plans for Hollywood Hills Women's Division's efforts on
behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund are seated from left Dina
Kaye; Brenda Green man, vice president, education; and Doris
Edelman. Standing from left are Shane Wolf, Hollywood Hills
chairwoman; Judy Fields, and Audrey Meline, metropolitan chair-
woman. The Hollywood Hills Women's Division has scheduled two
coffees. On March 11 a coffee will be held at the home of Joanne
Schoenbaum, and on March 13 a coffee will be held at the home of
Audrey Meline.
Sabra-Scopus
Hadassah
The Sabra-Scopus chapter of
Hadassah will hold its next
monthly meeting on Tuesday
evening, March 18, at 7:30 p.m.
at the Emerald Hills Country
Club, Hollywood.
Karen Kaminsky will discuss
the meaning of Passover.
Charlotte Horn will show her
shadow boxes of Passover scenes.
A representative of Terri's Art
Gallery will show paintings by
Jewish artists.
The Sabra-Scopus group is also
sponsoring a beginners Israeli
folk dance and folklore class
every Tuesday afternoon from
2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Temple Beth
Shalom. The teacher is Josef
Yanich. The community is in-
vited.
Temple Sinai
Purim Party
On Saturday night, March 1,
: Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
! sponsor a Purim Carnival
following the reading of the
Megillah.
The reading of the Megillah
will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the
Purim Carnival will follow in the
Haber Karp Hall.
Savings Stof&
with Unbeatable Rates!
WEEKLY SPECIAL
182 Day Money Market Certificate
Minimum Deposit $10,000. Simple Interest.
ASK FOR THIS WEEKS RATE
MONTHLY SPECIAL
1 Vi Year Treasury Rate Certificate
Minimum Deposit $100. Compound Interest.
ASK FOR THIS MONTHS RATE
r DAILY SPECIALS
6 Savings Certificates
with $100 Minimum Deposit
Interest Compounded Daily
ANNUAL BATE
8.00%
7.75%
7.50%
6.75%
6.50%
6.00%
It KM
8 YEARS
6 YEARS
4 YEARS
30 MONTHS
12 MONTHS
3 MONTHS
The Handy-Dandy-ln-and-Out
PASSBOOK ACCOUNT
5.50% per year yields 5.65%
Earns interest from day of deposit to day of withdrawal.
Saving Certificates subject to substantial interest penalty lor early
withdrawal Renewals subject to chanse m annual rate and effective yield.
150 minimum balance to earn interest on Savings Accounts.
Washington Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FLORIDA
ASSETS EXCEED ONE IL L ION DOLLARS
CONVENIINT OFFICES Sf kVIHG YOU IN FLORIDA
MIAMI BEACH
1701 Meridian Avenue/674-6612
1234 Washington Ave /674-65S0
1133 Normandy Dnve/674-6563
1500 Bay Road/673-8306
517 Arlhur Godfrey Rd /674-6710
810 Lincoln Road/674 6868
CORAL GABLES
520 Biltmore Way/445-7305
KENDALL
9469 S Dixie Hwy/665-8003
BAY HARBOR ISLANDS
1160 Kane Concourse/865-4344
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
633 N E 167th Street/652-9200
2221 N E 164th Street/940 3975
HOLLYWOOD
450 North Park Road/981-9192
BOCA RATON
899 E Palmetto Park Ra'391 8903
WEST PALM BEACH
4766 Okeechobee Blvd /686-7770
PLANTATION
8337 W Sunrise Blvd /472-2701
DEERFIELD OPENING SOON
230 S Federal Hwy/428-6800
YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO 140,000 BY
AN AGENCY Of THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
An Equal Opportunity E mplovcr
JACK D GORDON, President ARTHUR H CCKJRSHON. Chairman of the Board
FSLIC
t=J


Page
16
TU~ r~.--.l- "i --------..,,. ..j wrntW' axvhjwuUL
Pe4
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
mj, in/iuai/ o, inu
Friday. February 22 km^
Jewish Floridian
MSHOFU O* WIEATEH MOLLYWOOO
Hollywood OffM* .S FnkrtlH-r 9u S. Dai-FW 4
TIiHhiiii1
MAIN OFFICE an4 PLAJTT I*> NE fcSt Mmt- F* "JJ1SP.^-,FT
FREDSHOCHET R^ f, ^V,?^
Ed.iormn TJwi*l Ol T* MarcMMMiM ArTin* M ll ClB
PubiufcedB: ***>
Second C\*s* Pola** Pud M D*m. FU
IMMM
FtVruwi officer* Praoder.*.. jorc Ncwroar. VK* PrvadcflU AUae Gordon
Moat* Hanutcffi Secretary Joei Schneider KD Tre*jure- Jo Ann Kau
Ex-.t.. t Director. Sumacr C Kave Subsu: Tm'-erta- for pubbetoor to Xarcr
Sc*ickne PuoJk Relaoons Director or LadH Hora .uox-.: P-jbUc RelOori
. -
Manuscripts Attract Interest
T*e jew.K Fwr^^fi nat iMwtM Jew.tf u-r> m t jemUi rt >
UtmWr a >nt Jews* Tilnrt*ic Akc< S* Am FNfcr Srnd>c*l .
and* News Ser.c Nat-M* Ed-Nxiai Ast*cx*r American Astaoativ o-
Enoi.s*Jer.mNewpaa*r* a"d me Fianaa "ti Aitaoatian
$U "SCRIPT ION RATS s (local area' Cmw Yea'' M Owtat Tw upan Reaveti
Fnday. February 22.1*0 5 ADAR 5740
Volume 10 Number 4
We Must All Care
The plight of the people of Indochina, whether
homeless boat people or other refugees, or the
tanring masses of Cambodia, has brought a warm
ponse from the Jewish community. Jews are
among the leadership of the persons aiding refugees.
Jewish organizations are lending expertise in helping
refugees and resettling them and the Jewish com-
munity has been generous in its financial con-
tributions. But Jews, like all Americans, must do
more.
Perhaps Jews have more empathy with the
refugees than others because of our traditions and
our history Jews have 2.000 years of experience as
refugees, the plight of the boat people reminds us of
the 1930s when Jews escaping from Nazi Germany
found that the doors of most countries were closed to
them The situation in Cambodia, in which those in
power appear to be starving to death most of the
population. awakens memories of the Holocaust.
Elie Wiesel. who survived Auschwitz to become
a novelist describing the Holocaust, was one of a
group of Americans and others who joined an effort
by the International Rescue Committee recently in
an attempt to deliver supplies to Cambodia from
Thailand.
American Jews have always stood in the fore-
front of aiding those who need help when no one
cared, whether Jew or others. It is a tradition that
will continue by not letting the world forget the
plight of the Indochinese.
JERUSALEM Israeli
experts on ancient manuscripts
and Foreign Ministry officials are
perturbed by what they regard as
wild competition among Israeli
institutions and overseas Jewish
communities for access to
pr* < less Jewish manuscripts in
Cairo.
Criticism has been expressed in
the wake of the announcement by
Greville Janner. president of the
Board of Deputies of British
Jews, that he had secured per-
son from President Sadat for
the Ben-Asher Codex to be
removed from Egypt temporarily
for restoration and exhibition.
Officials in Jerusalem point out
that similar promises have been
made by the Egyptian
authorities in the past to other
prominent diaspora figures.
THESE INCLUDE. U.S.
Stvretary of Commerce Philip M.
Klutznick. at present on leave of
absence as president of the World
Jewish Congress, and Nessim
daon. the president of the World
Sephardi Federation.
It is unfortunately playing
into the hands of the Egyptian
authorities This is a matter
which should be left to the ex-
Prof Malachi Beit-Arie
rid.
The professor, who is the
director of the National and
Hebjam University Library,
hea^^k delegation of prominent
Isf^Uscholars to Egypt last
month to assess the state of the
manuscripts held by the Karaite
communitv there
Yoram
ai
these approaches might un-
dermine plans to forge direct
cultural link'- between Israel and
Egypt.
Prof lleit-Arie stressed that.
since the manuscripts were in the
possession of the handful of
Karaites still in Cairo, their
luture could not be decided by
Egyptian officials alone.
There are 22 such manuscripts,
all extremely valuable. The most
highly prized is the Ben-Asher
Codex, a section of the Prophets.
Dating from 896 or 896 CE, it is
the earliest known extant
Hebrew manuscript.
Prof. Beit-Arie contested
Janner's assertion that the Codex
is "falling apart'' and requires
urgent restoration. although
saying that better methods of
preserving it were required The
codex should not be kept bundled
up together with other
manuscripts in a 'safe, as
present.
PLANS HAD already been
drawn up for a team of qualified
experts to visit Cairo next month
to photograph and arrange all the
manuscripts. Prof. Beit-Arie
continued.
There was no intention of
attempting to prevent the ap-
propriate diaspora Jewish
organizations from becoming
involved in the efforts being
made to preserve the various
elements of Egyptian Jewry's
cultural heritage.
However, this had to be done
in a coordinated manner A
special group representing of-
ficial bodies. Israeli institutions
and overseas Jewish
organizations with the necessary
expertise had already been set up
and had held preliminary
meetings.
Prof. Beit-Arie said that a
proposal had been put forward
that the National and Hebrew
University Library in Jerusalem,
a-- the central library of the entire
Jewish people, should be en-
trusted with the task of caring for
the manuscripts as far as any
outsiders would be allowed to do
Civilian Jet Crash Being Investigated
Permission was obtained by
the delegation to photograph and
arrange the documents. Prof.
Beit-Ane said he hoped this
wrv'W "not be jeopardized by
these wild-cat approaches to the
Egyptian political leadership by
well-intentioned diaspora
leaders."
FOREIGN MINISTRY of-
ficials expressed concern that
TEL AVIV (JTA) An
official investigator left for
Malawi to ascertain the cir-
cumstances that led to the crash
of an Israel-made civilian jet
aircraft, killing the two Israeli
test pilots who were demon-
strating it to potential buyers in
that southeast African country
last Tuesday.
The victims were David
Levine. 41. a former U.S. Marine
pilot who saw action in Vietnam,
and Eli Mor. 44. a Lt. Col. (res.)
who formerly commanded a
Skyhawk jet squadron in the
Israel Air Force. Both were
employed by Israel Aircraft
Industries, manufacturer of the
Arava short-take-offand-landing
iSTOLl aircraft involved in the
crash.
IAI was negotiating with the
Malawi authorities for the sale of
four of the planes and a large
crowd of local officials was
watching the demonstration.
Levine and Mor. who had flown
the Arava to Malawi from Israel.
crashed shortly after taking off.
Soviet Forces in Syria
Top Middle East Total
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTAI Defense Secretary
Harold Brown's annual report to Congress justifying the
Defense Department's new budget has disclosed that
Soviet and East European military technicians in Syria
have exceeded all those in the Middle East and South
Asia except for Afghanistan.
Brown's statistics said that Soviet and East Euro-
pean military personnel in 1978 in Syria totaled 2.580
while the total m the remainder of the Mideast and South
Asia was 2.050.
THIS WAS made up of 1.200 in Iraq. 150 in North
Yemen. 550 in South Yemen and 150 in India. In
Afghanistan as of Jan. 4 there were 50j000 Communist
technicians, he said. Cuban forces numbered 150 in North
Yemen and 1.000 in South Yemen.
"That instability in the Middle East will be the rule
rather than the exception seems highh- probable for some
years to come." Brown reported.
HE NOTED that "the moderate .Arab states, except
for Oman and the Sudan, have opposed" the Egyptian-
Israeli peace treaty and "Iraq and Iran may yet come into
formal conflict."
"The situation in southern Lebanon, where Israeli-
supported Christian militia forces continue to confront
Palestinian guerrillas and Moslem leftists, could erupt
into larger-scale violence and draw in both Syria and
Israel." Brown said.
RARE JEWISH FACTS
from
J&B RARE SCOTCH
Q: Who named the Turkey'?
A: Luis de Torres who called it TUKKI
The Hebrew word for peacock!
The first of Columbus crew to set foot in the
"Nan World'" was Luis de Torres, a Jewish
crewman, a master of languages and one of
Columbus trusted friends Thinking that any
natives they might meet may be descendants of
the Ten Lost Tnbes of Israel. Columbus sent
de Torres ashore first, to find out if the natives
were friendly and whether they spoke Hebrew
or some other known language of the day
The beauty and nchness of the land captivated
de Torres' imagination and he prevailed upon
Columbus to let him settle there In writing
to his friends 'back home' de Torres used the
Hebrew word for peacock-TUKKI to describe
a new bird he encountered And through
usage, the American bird came to be called a
Turkey (probably because there is no known
Hebrew word for Gobble Gobble)
ANOTHER RARE FACT...
A big part of Jewish warmth and affection
is to quickly become completely open and
informal with people and things they par
ticulariy like Samuel is called "Sammy"
a snack is a "nosh" and the famed Chicken
Soup has become known as "Jewish
Penicillin" And right in keeping with this
inherent warmth. J&B Rare Scotch has
come to be regarded as a favorite part of
the nushpocha' Because along with
s elegance at formal affairsJ&B
is also the kind of relative' one can take
hs shoes off with, loosen the tie and
relax with friends at home
RARE
SCOTCH


Friday. February 22, 1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
Chaplaincy Volunteers Honored
Rabbi and Mrs. Harold Richter
hosted a Chaplaincy Volunteer
Celebration recently to honor
volunteers who work with the
Chaplaincy Service.
The Chaplaincy Service is
under the auspices of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Those honored include Irving
and Lillian Belson, George and
Edna Goldstein, Jack Rut kin,
Dr. Lester M. Browde, Leon
Ehrlich, Sarah Brackis, Ida
Klane, Jacob Green, Hy Cohen,
Adele Samuels, Lillian and
Irving Glasson.
Also, Sally and Nathan Zeif,
Pauline Schweitzer, Harry
Krieger, Phillip Rosenberg, Sam
.Mindlin, Walter Hendin, Dr.
Harry Breslaw, Max Popowitz,
Murray Cohen, Marvin Carroll
and Dr. Bernard Yanowitz.
From left are Stunner Kaye, Federation executive director; Rabbi
Harold Richter, chaplain; Joyce Newman, Federation president;
Louise Diamond, chaplaincy committee member; Marilyn Kaplan,
chaplaincy committee member; and James Fox Miller, chaplaincy
committee chairman-
Participants at a recent Women's American ORT meeting are from
left Ada Friedkin, La Mer chapter president; Sarah Fellner, coor-
dinator of Hillcrest Hills chapter; Cheri Rothschild, Hollywood Hills
chapter president; Reva Wexler, Jewish Federation of South Broward
campaign director and guest speaker; Rosalind Klein, executive
committee chairman. South Broward Region; and Carol Press, South
Broward Region president.
sT\
Shown with Rabbi Harold Richter, chaplain, (seated, left) are, seated
from left, Sam Mindlin and Dr. Lester Browde. Standing from left are
George and Edna Goldstein, Sarah Brackiii, Murray Cohen, Lillian
and Irving Belson, and Leon Ehrlich.
^^m%m
Receiving a plaque at De Soto Park's Breakfast in his honor is Carl
Rosenkopf (center). Looking on from left are Irving Stein, Beatrice
West, Manya Rosenkopf and F.manuel Arnberg, chairman.
Lee and Harold Schakne will be
honored at a Galahad III brunch
Sunday, Feb. 24. The event is
held on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. Guest
speaker at the breakfast will be
Henry Levy, former director of
European Operations for United
HIAS and director of the JDC's
Latin American office. Galahad
III building chairman is Jules
Gordon.
The GLATT KOSHER Jn
Hotel & Beach Club ^a*
OPEN ALL VEA
EARLY BIRD ,.
PASSOVER SPECIAL
Reservation. Mad* bv Match 1
lUDays- NifhU CQQR "*,*<"
M.r31toApr9 90O0 +-><
2*4 Week Package* Including
Paaaover Available
Services Conducted by Cantoc
MORRIS FRIEDMAN
SPHIAI LOW MARCH RATES
L
COMPUTELV
FFURNMHED DCCOBATED
VamlPrtv Beech Olympic Pool
IV In All Room. Movie. Denclnf*
Entertainment Card Room Free Parkin*
Resident Maehftech A Synaaofue
l)n PrimiMi
U~t.a.el.......,|u>lGMIOrll..
Phoae: 1-638-7811
INInliani Ocmo at 1MI Cettlm Av*.
MIAMI !ACH FLORIDA S31M____>
0 I Al VNOIDS TORACCO CO
Of the two lowest tar brands;
tests prove Now is more satisfying.
Available in regular
menthol, soft pack
and crush proof box.
/ Th GIATT KOSHER
King David
'18
djily pet priion dWr ott
TMii .ioMji W-*of 110looms
NOI INCLUDING MSSOVEt
INCLUDING OSHS MEALS DAILY
t OH aAMATH 11 mghtly Tea tool
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
MaMlloApvQ
10Dar.ONI,ht.$325rr
2 w tPaUairi Int I.Pauovet Avail.
Seme Conducted by
CANTOR HIMON SOLOMON
cTOFAcltrriiairJciti&I
* f ull Mock rrlt leach "Pool Fa*lit let
24 Hour Phone Service -Free ea*h Chain
I 'Entertainment Dancing Color TV Theater
* Movtct" rot o- Card loom
Dally Synagogue Service*
Phone Miami Beach
1-531-0761 or 1-6720333
[C-Vrau-J by-Thc HHKOW1TZ Family \
NOW. 2 mg tar.
Winning satisfaction
Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined
That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health
CARLTON FILTER SOFT PACK: 1 mg. "tar". NOW FILTER.
MENTHOL: 2 mg. "tar". .2 mg. nicotine av. per cigarette. FTC Report DEC. 79.


Bag'
77ie JcuisA Floridian and Shofar of Greater HoUyu-ood
Friday. February 22.1980
Mission Participants Unite Jewish Educators Council Makes Plans
Participants from all of
the past Jewish Federation
of South Broward
sponsored missions held
their first "All Missions
Reunion"' at Temple Beth
Shalom. Elaine and Bob
Pittell. chairman, worked
with a committee which
included Grace Durbin.
Bobbie and Larry Gotkin.
Frances and David Lurie.
Audrey and Sam Meline.
Hannah and Harry Schorr,
Judy and Bob Seiz. Susan
and Irvin Snyder and Mary
Zinn.
methods of teaching,
programming around the
holidays, and joint activities
between the synagoirues.
For more information about
the Jewish Educators Council of
South Florida, contact Karen
Kaminsky.
From left are Bobbie Levin. Jake MogiiowHz. Dave P
Stieber. Ted and Jovce Newman.
ck. Otto
The Jewish Educators Council
of South Florida recently held its
first meeting of the year at the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education.
The Jewish Educators Council
is the coordinating body for
principals and educational
directors of afternoon. Sunday
and weekend Hebrew schools in
the South Florida community.
The officers are: Roz Seidel.
corresponding secretary (educa-
tional and youth director at
Temple Sinai in Hollywood!. Ray
Berman. vice president
i educational director at Temple
Judea. Cora) Gables!. Karen
Kaminsky. president
educational director at Temple
solel in Hollywood), and Bryna
Berman. treasurer (educational
director at Temple Menorah.
Miami Beach).
Mrs. Kaminsky has high hopes # 1 rt 1
.ear placing an Fmancial Planning Seminar
Of Brers of the Jewish Educators Council of South Florida are (left to
right! Roz Seidel, corresponding secretary; Ray Berman, vice
president; Karen Kaminsky, president, and Bryna Berman. treasurer.
B'nai B'rith to Sponsor
from left are Murray and Martha Glickman, Dina and Nat Sedlev.
\rl B^^l
b lU; ^ ^^ M
A Km, r*\M
M I* all T'~%
** T "sbbbb^bsbbbbsbsbbsbsbbsbsbsbsbbsbsbbHbI
Seated from left are Alexandra Kaufman. Ladle Baer, Stella Gordon
and Mel Baer. Standing from left are Alexander Kaufman. Louis and
Beryl Diamond. Joe and Irma Deutech and Jules Gordon.
Beth Sholom ________
Sets Library
Symposium
Temple Beth Sholom presents
its third annual Library Sym-
posium on Sunday. Feb. 24 at 8
p.m. in the ballroom.
The book, Kingfisher, by
Gerald Seyour will be reviewed
by Jae Ruderman. Rabbi Morton
Malalavsky will be the
moderator.
There will also be two
speakers. Dr. Stanley Spatz.
chairman of the Broward Soviet
Jewry Committee, and William
Saulson, member of South
Florida Conference of Soviet
Jewry.
Chai book donors will be in-
vited to a wine and cheese party
nd a private tour of the new
library.
Ticket chairman is Michael
Goldsmith.
emphasis on new and innovative
Sanka
Sweepstakes
Winner Named
\l~ Susan L I-evme of Pit-
tsburgh. Pa., won the trip to the
I lot) I .and in the .>anka Brand
Sweepstake*.
I he prize consists of round-trip
airfare lot two to indon or
Home with connecting jet to Tel
\\iv. Israel, plus hotel accom-
ividations for 14 days and 13
nights in Jerusalem.
The Sweepstakes was open to
all U S residents, except resi-
dents ol Idaho. Missouri. Utah
and \\ isconsin and employes of
General Foods Corporation or
Joseph Jacobs Organization. Inc.
Temple Sinai
Passover
Temple Sinai announces its
annual Kosher Congregational
Seder on Monday evening, March
31. at 6:30 p.m. '
Rabbi Seymour Friedman will
conduct the service and will be
assisted by Cantor Naftaly A.
Linkovsky.
Call the Temple Office at 92a
1577 for further information.
PASSOVER
I have toned pianos for most of
world's great
Steinway 4 Baldwin Artists.
Pi
iano
Tuning
Repairing
Rebuilding
GORDON lELAND
MEMBER P.T.O.
PHONE: 432-7247
CARIBBEAN
CRUISE!
Now for the first time
Universal Kosher Touts
presents The Luxury
Cruise ship M.S. World
Renaissance for a unique
Carribean Cruise. The entire
ship is kosher lor Passover.
Under the strict rabbinical
supervision of(J) Rabbi Bernard
Levy.
11 Days from Miami
(March 31-April 11) from
$995* $1580'
(' Add KosheT Supplement
$195 per person)
Traditional Seders 6 ports of
call Top name entertain-
ment The Passover experi-
ence of a lifetime
DIPLOMAT
HOTEL
Hollywood, Florida
The originators of innovative Pas-
sover travel programs invite you to
join them for a truly distinctive Pas-
sover at one of the world finest
resorts.
Complete Holiday Program
March 31-April 8.
(p asjssa doubts asapjsjoji
Ft- $625* ?> $775-
Seders Conducted by
Jo Amar
exclusive separate kitchen and
dining room under strict orthodox
supervision of Rabbi Ttbor Stem
* I Slum IMS SWMSn lot ana* loom
?
UNIVERSAL KOSHER TOURS INC.
1775 BROADWAY. NEW YORK. NY 10019
111 212-757-6302 TOl I I KM : 800 -223-0560
The B'nai B'rith Foundation of
the United States is sponsoring a
Financial Planning Seminar for
its members and guests on
Tuesday. March 4, at the Holiday
Inn. 1-95 & Commercial Blvd..
Fort Lauderdale. it was an-
nounced by Kenneth Hoffman,
chairman for B'nai B'rith Legacy
Development. District Five.
The seminar will feature a
panel of experts in the field of
law. accounting, trust, insurance
and finance, and will include
personalities such as Norman
Kaplan, attorney: Hyman
Indowsky, CPA; and Sandford
W. Levine. investment con-
sultant and founding director of
the Sew York Chapter of the
International Association of
Financial Planners.
Following the morning
seminar, a luncheon will be
served at which Steven D.
Kudman of Philadelphia will be
the honored guest.
Kudman is past president of
District Three. B'nai B'rith. and
is the national chairman of B'nai
B'rith Foundation Century Club.
Kudman is a member of B'nai
B'rith international board of
governors.
The program will include the
following: Estate Planning.
Wills, Bequests and Life
Insurance: Trust Living and
Testamentary: Investment Tax
Shelter and Retirement; Social
Security Charitable Gifts. A
question and answer period will
follow the seminar.
These functions are sponsored
by the Florida Fund-Raising
Cabinet of the B'nai B'rith
Foundation Samuel Sherwood,
chairman. Taking part in the
event will be Malcolm H.
Fromberg. past president.
District Five, and national
chairman of the Legacy
Development Program of B'nai
B'rith. Bert S. Brown, president
of District Five, and a member of
the international board of
governors, also will take n*
{NEW SOAP PADS!)
We Created The First
Kosher Soap In 1870
Now.. .We Created
Soft'n Tough
Kosher Soap
LONG LASTING'WILL NOT RUST
KIND TO YOUR HANDS
GREASE CUTTING ACTION
2-WAY CLEANING POWER
MAY BE USED FOR PASSOVER
Ask For and en joy these
other New Products
Soup Mixes Croutons
Stuffed Cabbage Graham Crackers
Cake in The Round Jei Dessert
ROKEACT
^y Friend* of the Family since 1870 ^/
i


Friday. February 22,1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
Halhmdale Jewish Center Yiddish Folk Fair Scheduled March 3
To Dedicate Facilities
On Purim Day, March 2, at 11
a.m., the Hallandale Jewish
Center will dedicate the newly
erected facilities to the present
building.
The administrative offices, the
rabbi's study, the Judaica gift
shop, the conference rooms for
the boards of the Congregation
Men's Club and Sisterhood will
be housed in the new addition.
An appropriate dedicatory
ceremony is being planned for the
day with the participation of the
rabbi, cantor and choir, and the
placing of the mezuzoth on the
doors.
In the evening, a banquet is
planned in honor of the rabbi and
a dedication journal is being
published in recognition of the
rabbi's involvement in the
building project. The itemized
plans will be published in the
next issues.
Temple Beth El Events Announced
Shabbat services will be held
Friday, Feb. 22, at 8:15 p.m. at
Temple Beth El, Hollywood.
Rabbi Ben Romer will speak on
The Tyranny of Things."
Pulpit honors will be accorded
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Raff on the
Bat Mitzvah of their daughter
Denise. Mrs. Raff and her
daughter Denise will bless the
Sabbath tapers. The oneg
shabbat and flowers will be
sponsored by the celebrants.
Denise Raff is a seventh grade
student at Highland Oaks Junior
High School, where she is an
active member of the school
band. On Saturday at 11 a.m.,
Denise will conduct the worship
service and read from the Torah.
Intermediate Hebrew class is
scheduled Monday, at 9:15 a.m.
Beginners' Hebrew is Tuesday,
9:15 a.m. The special series on
"Israel and Reform Judaism,"
conducted by Rabbi Romer, will
be held Tuesday, at 8 p.m.
The Senior Youth Group will
sponsor its annual Purim Car-
nival at 11:30 a.m., following
religious school classes, on
Sunday, March 2, at the temple.
The carnival is for all ages. The
awarding of a stereo system will
be made.
Proceeds will go toward camp
scholarships. Tickets may be
purchased at the temple office.
Lunch will be available.
Rabbi Shapiro to Address Technion
The South Broward Chapter,
Women's Division of the
American Society for Technion,
will hold its next meeting on
Monday, Feb. 25, at noon at
Galahad North, 3001 S. Ocean
Drive, Hollywood.
Rabbi David Shapiro, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Sinai,
Kosher for Passover
rich flavor
7 ariH*>t
ck*rrr, ilrawkany. !", Haw,
Mock roipbr.y. rawkwrr. *n*9*
Chicago
60632
[armeltfosher
Distr. by: Hi-Grade Food Co., Inc.
The Perfect Program
foryour
Condominium Association
or organization Meeting
Book* Reviews with
New Dimension
by Elsa Marx
Stimulating. Absorbing, Cultural, En-^
lovable A program new to the cold
Coast, acclaimed and applauded
tnrougnout Pennsylvania and New Jer-
sey 1505) 7S2-99M ______
Hollywood, will address the
meeting. The rabbi will speak on
"The Prerequisites for Jewish
Survival."
QTUDI0
Continental}
Cuisine
FRED JOSSI
welcomes
you bach to
his renowned
STUDIO
RESTAURANT
for a unique
_*ning eperience
Match your table to your
mood in one o' 5 individual
rooms The Tent,
Wine Cellar Studio Place
PiqaHe Swiss Chalet
Fine Entertainment
At the Piano
Also violin playing
for your pleasure
OPENS AT 5 P.M.
'(private Luncheons arranged)
ENJOY COCKTAILS IN
"THE GROTTO"
MOST MAJOR
CREDIT CARDS
HONORED
2340 SW 32 Ave.
445-5371
closed Mondays
I | I a ) m .> a.6.6.

v;
Passover Special
For Our South Florida Friends
10 DAYS-9 NIGHTS
March 31 to April 9
$875
FOR TWO PERSONS
PLUS TAX
Includes
Luxurious Room at
Adjoining Atlantic
Towers Hotel
Famed Waldman
Glatt Kosher Cuisine
2 Seders
, Daily Relltjlous Services
Waldman Hotel
On the Ocean at 43 St., Miarni Beach
Phono: 538-5731
The Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center will
present its fourth annual Yiddish
Folk Fair on Sunday, March 23,
noon to 5:30 p.m., on the grounds
of the JCC, North Miami Beach.
The agency is seeking artisans
to demonstrate ana exhibit
calligeephy, toy-making, shofar
carving, candle-making, wig-
making.
They are also interested in
locating bakers, tallis-makers,
furriers, silversmith, bookbinders
and milliners.
The JCC also needs to borrow
for display purposes in the
mini museum such memorabilia
as old passports, health cer-
tificates, postcards, pictures, old
Jewish newspapers, first papers
and other documents or antique
items which have historical
significance.
The Yiddish Folk Festival and
Folk Life Fair is funded by a
grant from the Fine Arts Council
of Florida, Division of Cultural
Affairs, Department of State.
The Fair is open to the public.
Anyone interested in sharing
their traditional skills should
contact Miriam Zati?.sky.
Participants at Quadomain Women's Division luncheon on behalf of
the Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund are from left Lee Schatzberg, co-
chairwoman; Dina Sedley, co-chairwoman; Leah Frankle, co-
chairwoman; Raye W oil man, chairwoman; and Belle Wolf, co-
chairwoman.
RED CHEEK.
THE BEST-TASTING
APPLE JUICE IS
CERTIFIED KOSHER
FOR PASSOVER.
CERTIFIED KOSHER FOR PASSOVER.
Everybody knows that 100% natural Red Cheek Apple Juice tastes
the very best That's because Red Cheek is made from a blend of the best
fresh whole juicy apples. 100% natural, nothing added, nothing taken
out Certified Kosher for Passover by Rabbi Dr. Joseph Renov Be sure to
stock up for the family now. Available in quarts and % gallons


The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. February 22,19n'
PageS The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar ofGreater HoUywooa mu.y. rrorurv22j
Women's Division Shoshana Mr. and Mrs. Victor Leff To be Feted
...
I
The Jewish Federation of South Broward Women's Division held its
annual Shoshana luncheon recently at the home of Shatzi Kahn. The
event is in support of the Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund.
Seated from left are Evelyn Steiber, Alice Peerce, guest speaker; and
Sally Winograd. Standing from left are Joyce Newman, Federation
president; Esther Gordon, Women's Division president; Shatzi Kahn
and Delia Rosenberg, Women's Division campaign vice president.
Seated from left are Matilda Kimelblot. Anne Lowe and Beryl
Diamond. Standing from left are Ella Upsher, Bertha Goldberg,
Phyllis Pritcher and Tessie Schwartz.
-.
Seated from left are Ruth Doppelt. Mary /.inn and Dina Sedley.
Standing from left are Claire Anchel, Pearl Press, Jo Ann Katz,
Marilyn Ponn and Nancy Brizel.
B'nai B'rith Sets Meeting
La Mer Lodge 3014 of B'nai
B'rith will hold its next general
meeting Wednesday evening.
Feb. 27, at 7:30 p.m. at the La
Mer Condo social hall, Hallan-
dale.
The meeting will be the last
under the current administration
of president Ben Schwab.
SUPERB CATERED AFFAIRS WITH AN ELEGANT FLAIR.
Mi COLORING-The "Dean of Florida Caterers, and our Vice President, brings his
unmistakable touch and unmatched experience to the Konover's unparalleled facilities
Superlative service, unexcelled cuisine, unequaled counsel and supervision- and sensible
prices Catered affairs that are treasured events.
Please call BILL COLORING at (305) 865-1500
Catering
Konover(fc#*bHotel
ON TMC OCCAN AT S4th ST ^------------^ MIAMI BEACH
Mary and Victor Leff will be
honored Sunday, Feb. 24, at Sea
Air Towers' annual brunch on
behalf of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund, according to Abe Mallet,
chairman.
Residents of Hollywood for the
past seven years, the Leffs had
previosly made their home in
California and the New York
area.
They have given years of
service to Federations, Temples,
Sisterhoods, Brotherhoods and
other philanthropic
organizations.
Guest speaker for the event is
Hanna Rabia. Born in Eisen-
stadt, Austria, to a family of a
long line of famous rabbis, Mrs.
Kabia went to Israel at the age of
two, where she was brought up.
She graduated from orthodox
teachers seminary and went on to
earn a bachelor's degree in
Jewish history.
Sea Air Towers co-chairmen
include Irving Fife, Herman
Gilman, Benjamin Rabinowitz
and George Schneiderman.
I
Mary and Victor Leff
'Cultures in Conflict' Is Seminar Subject
Mrs. Edith Jacobson, lecturer
on modern religious thought, will
conduct a seminar entitled
"Cultures In Conflict: The
Impact of Greek and Biblical
Thought on Contemporary Moral
Issues," on Sunday, Feb. 24,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami.
Following an introduction by
Mrs. Jacobson, there will be
panel presentations by Ruth
Weiner on "The Meaning and
Influence of Western Secular
Humanism," and by Dr. Alfred
Rosenthal on "The Meaning and
Influence of Biblical
Humanism."
Following lunch and official
greetings from Miles P. Bunder,
director of the Institute for
Jewish Studies of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
there will be a session with
O.R.C.
'My Fair Sadie' Here
Beth Shalom Players from Tickets may be purchased at
Temple Beth Shalom of the Temple office.
Hollywood will present "My Fair
Saidie" at the Hollywood Hills
High School on Stirling Road,
Hollywood.
The performance dates are
March 15,16, and 22 at 8 p.m.
"My Fair Sadie" is produced
by Harry Eichler, directed and
choreographed by Tony San-
tamauro, with musical
arrangements by Deeva Solove,
known for her musical arrange-
ments for the Habima Players.
Among the lead roles are:
MoUie Roloff, Ed Fellows, Lilly
Lev, Abe Rosenberg, Brad
Buschel, Ed Growick, Judy
Hecker, Toni Weissberg, Ellen
Katz, Sandy Kalter, Steve
Schacter, Barry Katz, and
Sharon Lallouz.
Abraham J. Gittelson, associate
director of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education, entitled "An
Inquiry into the Source of Mural
Values Relevant to Con-
temporary Life."
A summation will be presented
by Mrs. Jacobson, followed by
coffee and cake.
Registrants are asked to pay a
fee, and to bring their own
sandwich. Coffee and cake will be
served.
For more information, contact
Mrs. Edith Jacobson or Miles P.
Bunder at the Central Agency for
Jewish Education, 576-4030 in
Dade or 925-6244 in Broward.
t^v
O
E
L
C
A
T
E
S
S
E
N
EMBASSY
KOSHER STEAK HOUSE
1417 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
Complete line of "HAIMESHE"
Passover prepared foods and meals
available for take-out
CALL FOR ORDER BLANK
The GOODMAN Family
Your Ambassadors of FINE FOOD
For Information Call 1-538-7550
OLATT
T
A
K
E
O
u
T
F
O
o
D
. ^ SanjQB Decaffeinated Coffee
b One Of The Best ThingsThat's Happened lb Me!
SOHlgBTrei^REALCOFraTHATLCTSYDUBEYOURB^
SankP
' t.ifh-lnlm
am
woviu.ie*'''
SanKP mt4
beZ anc^o" SenS:,'Ve' So*"*** can ..low you to fee.
by too IS Sf.-T nefV0usness ,ha "" be caused
Decatfemated riTJ% Ca" d,,nk a" ,ne *oBrand
*rn?;jess cc. sst? oe,,,n,h*ca,,e,n ^ *"'
K Certified Kosher
Sortn* MM,
""'mi
**'[,,


Friday, February 22,1980
The Jewish Florjdian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9

Community Calendar
TEMPLE SINAI JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, Thursday evening
weekly games 6:30 p.m., coffee and cake will be served.
Thursday morning tennis lessons for members, 9:30 a.m. -10:30
o.m. Temple Sinai, 1201 Johnson St., Hollywood, call 920-1577.
DEBORAH HOSPITAL FOUNDATION, regular monthly meeting,
third Monday of each month from Sept. to June, noon, Home
Federal Building, 1500E. Hallandale Beach Blvd., Hallandale.
TEMPLE SINAI JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, Wednesday weekly
games and weekly basketball. Games 11:30 a.m., with lunch;
basketball 7 9 p.m., at the athletic field, 1201 Johnson St.,
Hollywood, call 920-1577.
March 1
ALL ARMS OF TEMPLE SINAI JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER,
reading of the Megillah, followed by Purim Carnival, Temple
Sinai, 1201 Johnson St., Hollywood, call 920-1577.
March 2
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Hollywood Towers
event, 10a.m. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Sea
Edge event, 10:30 a.m. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH
BROWARD, Plaza Towers event, 11 a.m. JEWISH FEDERATION
OF SOUTH BROWARD, Malaga Towers event, 11 a.m. JEWISH
FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Park Place $100 Dinner, 6
p.m. LA MER LODGE 3014, B'NAI B'RITH, membership break-
fast invitation to neighbors in Malaga Towers to meet and get
acquainted with La Mer residents, 10:30 a.m., La Mer social hall,
1904 South Ocean Dr., Hallandale, Call George Howard, 454-
0326. HOLLYWOOD SECTION NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH
WOMEN, entertainer Lee Barry, featuring Jewish Music Month,
12 30 p.m.. Temple Sinai, 1201 Johnson St., Hollywood, call
923-4286. HOLLYWOOD CHAPTER OF HILLCREST HADASSAH,
regular meeting, Harvey Dobbs, Zionist ond community affairs
speaker on "Boys Town, Jerusalem, Unique School in Talmudic
and Technical Studies." noon, Hillcrest Playdium, Hillcrest
Drive, Hollywood, call Betsy Molkus, 963-0566.
March 4
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Emerald Hills
Division Dinner, 6 p.m., Emerald Hills Country Club, guest
speaker, Emanuel (No-No) Rozanovsky. TEMPLE SINAI
SISTERHOOD, general meeting, 7:30 p.m., Haber Karp
Auditorium, 1201 Johnson St., Hollywood, call 920-1577.
Plaza Towers Hadassah board meeting, 10 a.m., call 456-5898.
March 5
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Aquarius event, 7:30
p.m.
March 9
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Temple Beth El &
Trafalgar II combined event, 9 a.m., guest speaker U.S. Sen.
Richard Stone. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD,
Diplomat Towers event, 10:30 a.m. 'JEWISH FEDERATION OF
SOUTH BROWARD, Golden Surf event, 10 a.m. JEWISH
FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Parker Towers event, 10:30
a.m., JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Olympus
event, 11 a.m., JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD,
Golden Horn event, 11 a.m. LA MER ORT, Bazaar, 1890 South
Ocean Dr., Hallandale, call 458-1800 or 456-4768.
March 11
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Parker Dorado
event, 8 p.m., guest speaker, Emanuel (No-No) Rozanovsky.
HOLLYWOOD CHAPTER OF HADASSAH, Golda Meir Group, gala
Founders Day Luncheon for Hadassah Medical Organization,
noon, Turnberry Isle Country Club, call 923-9414 or 921-6281.
Hadassah, Day at the Races, Gulfstream
March 12
Plaza / Towers
Racetrack.
March 13
FAITH B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN, paid-up membership luncheon to
be held in Galahad Dade A Card Room, 12:30 p.m., non-
members are welcome to join and become members, 19390
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, call 931-4720.
March 15
LA MER LODGE f 3014, B'NAI B'RITH, 5th Installation and
honoring of outgoing president Ben Schwab, 6 p.m. Hillcrest
Country Club, Hollywood, call George Howard, 454-0326.
March 16
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Temple Sinai event,
10 a.m. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Galahad
West event, 10 a.m. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH
BROWARD, Temple Beth Shalom event, 10:30 a.m. TEMPLE
SINAI, Siyum-Ha-Torah "Torch Dedication," 5 p.m., 1201
Johnson St., Hollywood, coll 920-1577.
March 17
SOUTH BROWARD CHAPTER OF TECHNION, WOMEN'S DIVISION,
Medicol Engineering Project (MEP) Luncheon ond Card Party,
noon, 4000 Sooth Ocean Dr., Hollywood, call 456-0269 or 923-
4534.
March II
HOLLYWOOD CHAPTER OF HADASSAH, annual Donor Luncheon,
speaker, Josephine Newman, entertainment, Greater Miami
Opera Association, noon. Diplomat Hotel, 3515 South Ocean
Drive, Hollywood, Sylvia Scharge, chairperson, call Esther Sklar,
966-7795.
Plaza Towers Hadassah, Book Review by Paula Malomud, 12
noon, recreation hall.
March 23
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Avant Garde event,
10 o.m. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Allington
Towers event. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Lake
Point Tower event. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD,
Park Place event. JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD,
Ocean View event.
BROWARD, Ocean View event.
N. Dade-iBroward Histadrut
Sets Spring Scholarship Ball
The North Dade-Broward
Histadrut Council will honor
Helen and Abe Domaniewitz and
Janet and Harry Schuldiner at
the Council's annual spring
Scholarship Ball, Saturday,
March 8, at the Deauville Hotel.
Announcement of the honorees
was made by council presidents,
Dave Silverbush and Abe
Dolgen. Irving Gordon, southern
regional director of the Histadrut
Campaign, will coordinate dinner
arrangements, working with
Rhoda Gordon, Thelma
Braunstein and Janet Schuldiner.
The Council, in its second year,
has thus far sponsored 300 an-
nual scholarships, four perpetual
scholarships and this year ac-
cepted a project at the Yaaski
Bet Kupat Holim Clinic in
Beersheba by sponsoring the
entire 16 room second floor.
Both the Domaniewitzes and
Schuldiners have pledged to
sponsor a room in honor of the
March 8 affair.
HONOREES of the Council's
1978 Awards Luncheon, the
Domaniewitzes sponsored and in
1979 dedicated a medical depart-
ment in the Seidel Clinic in Jaffa,
Israel in memory of their parents.
Helen and Abe Domaniewitz
have also sponsored a number of
scholarships through the Hista-
drut Scholarship Fund. Recip-
ients of the Silver Memorah
Award, the Domaniewitzes will
on March 8 receive Histadrut's
City of Jerusalem Award for their
leadership and inspiration.
Janet and Harry Schuldiner
have each been actively involved

Abe and Helen Domaniewitz
in many phases of Jewish and
communal life.
Harry Schuldiner as past
president of Workmen's Circle
Branch 1050 and the Jewish
Labor Committee representative
on the Community Relations
Committee was instrumental in
the formation of the Dade County
Meals-on-Wheels program.
Janet Schuldiner, a founding
member of Temple Tifereth Jacob
in Hialeah, was also active in the
formation of Hialeah's Flamingo
Chapter of B'nai B'rith.
Mr. and Mrs. Schuldiner,
officers of the North Dade-
Broward Histadrut Council and
March 27
Plaza Towers Hadassah Grand Patron Luncheon, Aventura
Country Club.
March 31
TEMPLE SINAI JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, Annual Kosher
Congregational Seder, 6:30 p.m., Haber Karp Auditorium, 1201
Johnson St., Hollywood, coll 920-1577.
past honorees of the Israel
Histadrut Council of South
Florida, have dedicated medical
departments at Prujinin Coinic
and the Alan King Diagnostic
Center, both in Jerusalem, and in
honor of this evening's occassion
have announced the sponsorship
of a third medical facility, at
Yaaski Bet Clinic in Beersheba.
All this is in addition to the
numerous scholarships they have
sponsored over the years.
OVER 200 PEOPLE are
expected to attend the
Scholarship Ball. Invitation is by
sponsorship of an annual scholar-
ship or project at the Yaaski Bet
Clinic.
The Len Dawson orchestra and
comedian Eddie Schaeffer will
provide the entertainment.
Reservations and scholarship
pledges may be made by con-
tacting the Histadrut Office in
Miami Beach.
Ct^L**
aw -.mas0"*"*
a.**"*1


All Sunshine cookies and crackers are baked with 1007o vegetable shortening/


Pacro 1
rage
in
The Jewish Ftoridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. February 22. lQftn
How Jewish Education Can Help
Kids With Learning Disabilities
Federal legislation through
Public Law 94:142 mandates that
children with special needs are to
be provided with appropriate
educational opportunities to
maximize their potential.
The Jewish community also
has a responsibility to make
available programs for its own
youngsters that will help each
child function to the best of his
abilities.
The area of learning disabilities
within Jewish educational ser-
vices has. for a long time, been
ignored.
Consequently, many children
were not receiving any Jewish
education when they could have,
or even more devastating, were
developing negative feelings
towards Judaism because of their
inappropriate class placement.
HOW UNFORTUNATE are
these outcomes, when one thinks
about the potential
(academically, socially and
emotionally) that children with
learning differences can reach
when their individual needs are
met.
What is meant by learning
disabilities? Without delving into
the myriad psychological,
neurological and educational
explanations that, in fact, have
undergone numerous changes, let
it be sufficient to say that the
population to which we are
referring falls into the following
categories:
They have normal or above
normal intelligence.
There is a significant
discrepancy between their
potential ability and their
achievement.
The discrepancy is not
primarily due to an emotional
problem, sensory impairment,
cultural or educational
deprivation.
The educational deficits are
caused or accompanied by
problems within the central
nervous system, such as dif-
ficulties in perception, motor
activities, memory, language or
attentional problems.
Children with learning
disabilities are not "slow"
children. Rather, they need
modification in methods of
teaching, materials and en-
vironment in order to reach their
potential and succeed.
Since Jewish education is
voluntary, many parents are
hesitant to enroll their children
with learning problems in an
additional school routine. If the
schools and synagogues were
prepared to offer classes designed
specifically to meet the needs of
these children, to provide
positive experiences in Jewish
education and to impart the
marvelous feeling of participation
in and commitment to Judaism,
these youngsters with learning
disabilities would feel com-
fortable about enrollment in the
programs.
THAT ALL children differ is
one of the most important and
yet least appreciated truths
about bringing up and educating
children.
To ignore the individual dif-
ferences among children or to be
insensitive to the unique learning
styles, strengths and weaknesses
of all students can be detrimental
to the ordinary child. It is
devastating to learning disabled
children whose success and
positive self-concept depend
almost entirely upon using
methodologies, techniques and
teaching styles that are designed
specifically to fit individual
needs.
The ultimate goal of a Jewish
Special Education program is the
Hebrew University Friends Set
Their Annual Dinner Sunday
Milton M. Winograd has been
chosen dinner chairman for the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University annual Holly-
wood Hallandale dinner on
Sunday evening, Feb. 24, at the
Konover Hotel. Nathan Pritcher,
president of the Holly-
wood Hallandale chapter of the
American Friends, has an-
nounced.
Says Winograd of the annual
dinner: "It has become an antici-
pated event. This year momen-
tum has been generated as never
before, and we look toward a very
successful function. Ten
Founders, as well as one Wall of
Life benefactor, have been ob-
tained.
"This is. for us. a banner year,
but we could not have done it
without Otto Stieber, chairman
for Florida of the American
Friends. He is the motivating
force behind the entire chapter
. not only the chapter, but the
entire Florida area."
Winograd has been active with
the American Friends for the
past five years, after he came
down from New York, and serves
as a vice president of the Holly-
wood Hallandale chapter, as
well as on the national board of
trustees.
He is also active with
Federation, Israel Bonds. Boys
Town of Jerusalem, and ADL.
The American Friends of the
Hebrew University is a fund-
raising arm for the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, sending
millions of dollars each year to
the institution and providing
support both for academic prob-
lems and student enrollments.
Milton M. Winograd
BUNTZES M ATZO BALLS CHOPPED LIVER
When it comes to good taste and extra value,
KING KOLD always gives you more.
Buy 3 packages of KING KOLD FROZEN CHEESE
BLINTZES, FRUIT-FILLED CREPES, MATZO BALLS
OR CHOPPED LIVER and send us the UPC symbols
from the back of the packages (see illustration
below) along with the completed refund form
from this ad, and we'll send you a coupon good
for a FREE package of the item you selected.
Or, combine any 3 and receive a coupon good
on a package of Blintzes/Crepes.
"Available at your favorite supermarket"

I
I
I
Enclosed** 3 UfC Symbols from King Kold
frozen: ? Bhntzes/Oepes ? Matio Bolts |
U Chopped Liver (Check one or fin in appro-
priate number of proofs from each product)
H send my FREE coupon to:

Name.
State
JZMf Ft
Zip Code.
Kold Frozerf Food). Inc 70 Sooth Water Market
I
I
I
UPC Symbol
Cfr-X-------------
MiUfio K' 2 Ko
LChicago. II ,0606 void where prohibited or taxed by law limit one |
net family a organization Otter expires August J1. 1980
<* y*, .- -

Jewish Education and YOU
inclusion and integration oi the
special children into the main-
stream of Jewish life. These
projects aim to serve those
youngsters who are unable to
benefit from traditional Jewish
School, whether in a sup-
plementary Religious H Hebrew
School or in a Day School.
SINCE 1976. "main-
streaming" has become the
ultimate model serving the
handicapped. Federal legislation
decrees that the handicapped
child be placed in "least
restrictive environment." (PL 94-
142 Education for All Han-
dicapped Children Act). While
Jewish schools need not adhere to
these regulations, they too will
have to deal with their proportion
of minimally learning disabled
children.
Many parents want to develop
some Jewish identity in their
children and feel that a Day
School can provide that benefit
as well as smaller classes, more
dedicated teachers and a general
feeling of belonging to something
vital. The dual curriculum and
second language will obviously
necessitate, to an even greater
extent, special accommodations
for children with learning
disorders. Classes must be
responsive to the needs of these
youngsters and offer positive
experiences in Jewish education.
Supplementary programs
(Sunday, afternoon or
congregational schools) must
attempt to provide appropriate
classes to meet the needs for
ethnic identity, familiarity with
Bible stories, Jewish history,
prayers, the rudiments of Hebrew
and Bar .Bat Mitzvah training.
It is the responsibility of the
Jewish community to generate
the kinds of academic and social
services for its children that will
make special education a right
rather than a privilege for Jewish
children. Every Jewish child is
special.
Dr. Deborah Lerer ia Director of
Special Education for the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
She is conducting a two year pilot
program (funded by Foundation
of Jewish Philanthropies of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Jewish Federation of
South Brnward and participating
schools) in Jewish education for
children with learning
disabilities. The programs,
particularly those located in S.
Brnward, will be described in the
next issue of this publication.
Marion Salter
Posi Haste Shopping Center
4S2S Sheridan St.. Hollywood, Flo Personol Service Book Store'
Phone 961 -699a
A Fun
Summer Adventure
Awaits Your Child

THE ULTIMATE IN CAMPING
Lm!*ntl T#?n,Jf *" 13 "S"4* Professional courts, staffed by a well
jnwsm Tens* Pro and 16 Instructors! Golf, on our own private nine
EZJESfi 5""l H"" "" ,r,H Proad over 528 acres of
2S!T\ ?9,y D?,u,,ul cneryl A children's psradlss ... 25
Irtr!^ti.,J.T,0rt,?!I^ iln6oon IP""!* bowHng lanes, canoe
^!!!LbVktb,, ?!!'"l*! *" ami daiWkarata.
m^StZZ^l??" fad!' ren*y. Photooraphy and oymnsstlc
ere jutt some of the many fascinating activities available! Aoes 5 to
OUR 45th YEAR!
m-,.~i r^ ""f'Mlnbwg family dlnctlon
Wetary^wsOb^* Nationwide Enrollment
CALL OR WRITE FOR A BEAUTIFUL COLOR BROCHURE
see&k sasss .teM -m- ""-" *-**>
MIAMI OFFICE----------
28*8 BrickeH A vs., Suite 1812
Phone: 888-1 ISO or 788-8484
Louit rVe/noerp, Director
Staff Inquiries Invited



Krirfay. February 22, 1980
The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
Could a medical partnership
contract require that each
, paftner have three sons? It would
' seem so. Dr. Alan Lane just
1 joined ophthalmology partner
Dr. Joseph Hopen as a dad of
three sons. Beautiful wife, Ann
Lane, like Selma Hopen, remains
as the only female figure at home.
The newest family member
David, an exquisite baby, joined
big brothers Howard and Richard.
Moyel. Reverend Self "with his
knife" was a familiar face at the
Bris. (I have three sons also.)
Before the bris ceremony Mary
and Ed Gottlieb pinned on
David's nightie a small "chai"
"#rith a tiny red rubbon which
they had brought from Israel.
Among the good friends sharing
this joyous event were Dr.
Stewart and Haviva Shall, Lenny
and Toby Arvin, Joel and Linda
Wilentz, Howard and Merry
| Lifts. Although Arlene Ray was
in Chicago visiting her sister and
another new baby, Gerald was
threre. Also Dr. Murray and Jill
Cohen, Alan and Joyce Roaman,
, Jimmy and Carol Edwards and
Ann's doctor Arthur Rubin with
wife Wendy. It was a heart-
warming feeling to join the
Lane's, their delightful family
and friends for this momentous
occasion.
It was a cold, rainy night when
Herb and Ellie Katz, my husband
and I went to attend the Awards
Dinner of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews at
the Omni Hotel. Four out-
standing men were to receive the
coveted silver medallions. The
Headliner Award recipient and
speaker was to be the notable
Barbara Walters. The at-
mosphere and feeling of
togetherness, brotherhood,
community involvement, and
sharing of goals warmed the
arts of everyone present. The
Dade County Awards were given
to Col. Frank Borman (Eastern
Airlines), David Kraslow (Miami
News), and to Armando Codina
who gave recognition to
Hollywood physician Dr. William
Glantz, now his partner,
for having given him his first
opportunity in business.
The newly formed Broward
County chapter of NCCJ selected
iwed pioneer Moe Kate of the
st Federal Savings & Loan
^Association of Broward to be its
| award recipient. Phil Cheaney,
president of First Federal
presented the Silver Medallion to
this strong advocate of the
Brotherhood of Man, 80 year
young Moe Katz who was the
founder and builder of the first
Temple in Broward County. Moe
had sewn the seed for
Brotherhood and began his long
career working for better human
relations and understanding in
our community.
Moe's family, niece and
nephew, Gloria and Dr. Norman
Wrubel, who are civic leaders like
j iheir uncle, were among the 1100
i the huge audience. Seated with
tV Wrubel'8 was son, Michael
and daughter Aline Kaplan.
Michael, Aline and her husband
all practice law. More attorneys
and wives present were Paul and
Maralyn Anton, Robert and
Sharon Collins, Judge Morton
Ah ram. Wife Gladys was out of
town attending a convention.
I Attorney Shirley Fiaehler and
bjisband Dr. Abe Fiaehler (Nova
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
for tasty
Instant
Soup
iravy
I Seasoning
CfclckM, Omo,
Ckip-Dw.

mi Mil
[armel fioshei
Soutk Qittxrartd
Spotftgb n
by Rochelle Koenig
U. President), last year's award
winner David Rush, and Herman
and Hilda Corn were among the
many tables of Broward County
residents who had filled the
ballroom to honor its
distinguished citizen, Moe Katz.
What attracted Dr. Robert
Pittell of the Dominican
Republic? Birds. The busy
pediatrician enjoys the unique
hobby of bird watching. Camping
for a week in the mountains was
part of this rustic tour. Since his
wife Elaine did not join her
adventurous husband, she
evidently thought that vacation
was "for the birds."
Mazel tov to Dr. David and
Jane Lessin on the Bat Mitzvah
of their daughter Lorie Beth at
Temple Solel.
'Tis the season for visitors.
Lew and Ann Cohn recently
enjoyed houseguests from
Connecticut a niece and
nephew and Lew's sister
brother-in-law.
Best wishes to Joe and Belle
Millman of Fairways Royale on
their 48th wedding anniversary.
Daughter and son-in-law, popular
Merle and Dr. Joel Schneider
celebrated by inviting the family
to attend the Molly Picon Show.
Temple leader Sam Bernstein
will be honored for his 90th birth-
day at a breakfast attended by
his many enthusiastic admirers
of the Temple Sinai Men's Club.
Mildred Tochman and Esther
Scheinholtz planned a beautiful
afternoon for about eighty of
their friends. Emerald Hills
Country Club was the scene of a
delicious luncheon, card party,
and fashions show by Phyllis of
Dinny Bach. Enjoying the lovely
day were Sylvia Schlanger, Adele
Levine, Dorothy Tannenbaum,
Irma Stein, Minerva Davis, Billie
Abeles, Lillian Fein berg and
Ethel Avidan. The cool tem-
perature was perfect weather for
wearing good looking wool suits
and smart ultra suedes.
Some physicians attend
medical meetings as a rest from
their hectic offices. Dr. Karl
Morgenstein accelerated his
already busy schedule when he
and lovely wife Carol recently
went to California. For one week
he was a guest at the Ear
Research Institute in Los
Angeles. Since his hours were 7
a.m. to 10 p.m., Carol went to the
fabulous resort La Costa for the
week. She kept busy with
exercises, hiking, sauna roasting,
aerobic dancing, eating
scrumptions low calories meals.
Karl came for the weekend. They
had a wonderful reunion with
former Holly woodites Arnie and
Fran Seamon. Arnie is now
General Manager of La Costa.
Then back to L.A. Karl was guest
lecturer at the Mid-winter
Annual Seminar of the L.A.
Research Study Club. Besides
sightseeing, Carol, with her new
slimmer figure, shopped on world
famous, exclusive Rodeo Drive in
Beverly Hills.
After returning home long
enough to do the laundry, the
Morgensteins flew to Mexico
City. Karl was one of only three
U.S. physicians chosen to be
guest lecturer at the Mexican
Ear, Nose and Throat Society
Meeting. Every evening they
were wined and dined by the
Mexican Medical Community
including a special treat at the
home of a Jewish physician. They
were invited to a Mexican dinner
that was strictly kosher. Karl
wore a yarmulke while he and
Carol tasted kosher tacos and
other Mexican specialities. After
this fabulous "vacation," they
came home to rest and drink Alka
Seltzer. I wonder what the
B'rucha is for enchilladas .
Do you have good news to
share with your friends and
neighbors? Are you having a
party, celebrating a special birth-
day, anniversary or taking a trip?
News of you, our very special
readers, is what I'd love to
receive. Write. .
Rochelle Koenig Floridian
c / o Jewish Federation
2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Fla. 33020.
'Be fussy.We are!
Another ftn# product of
WHITNEY-FIDALGO SEAFOODS, INC.
c 1910

Now
you can
have
your bran
and like it,
in
That's what hundreds of people
discovered when they tried Bran
Chex* cereal for the very first time. In a
comparison taste test against other high
fiber bran cereals, Bran Chex proved to
a lot of hard-to-convince men and
women that high fiber and great flavor
can go together They'd always assumed
you had to give up one to get the other,
till Bran Chex cereal came along. Now
they know better. And better is Bran
Chex, Use the coupon to help us prove
you can have your bran and like it, too
... the way they do... with Bran Chex.
SAVE13* 13*
on your next OFF
purchase of *JfT
Bran Chex!..the light
crisp, high fiber cereal.
h
FUmon PofiA Company l/9
cowux" Ctmm'P*mmtmmmmim u If
7T*mmmoVm* 'mmmmfmmmmmmm
.". Z, mmmt hm wm tmfmmm cam M
(tutu fa mmmua-m mm wm mm* >mm*;
. ._ i -mm M
i v, m mt >m a at >**
mmmj tmmmu mmtam
. MUM
m*mnmmm
cwiikw m
Coupon etpmn August 31 1980
CMcn* 40432
Distr. by. HKJrsds Food Co.. Inc.
KGftifiwI Kiwher
- Coupon eipms August 31 i960 1*i/-
13* crpco i9'9 STORE COUPON Zfi^ lJ*


Page 12
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Holly wood
Egyptian
Raises
Ire
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Israeli circles have reacted with
"disgust" and disbelief to
virulently an ti- Israel remarks
attributed to Egyptian Deputy
Premier Hassan Tohamey in an
interview published in the
Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Siyassa.
Egyptian diplomats in Tel Aviv
seeking premises for their
Embassy were embarrassed and
suggested that the comments,
reported by Harretz, may have
been taken out of context.
Israeli political circles said
Tohamey s remarks were "foolish
and incredible" and in no way
reflect the views of the Egyptian
President and government as
Israel knows them. Tohamey, a
long-time friend of President
Anwar Sadat and an early
participant in the Egyptian-Is-
raeli peace process, was quoted as
predicting the imminent collapse
of that "semi-state, Israel."
ACCORDING TO the in-
terview, he said he deduced from
conversations with Jews and
from Koranic references that the
end of Israel is near. He accused
Israelis of besmirching his name
and claimed that Jews were
"traitors and hypocrites and had
been portrayed as such in history
books."
Tohamey is a Moslem fun-
damentalist who has been close
to Sadat since the pre-
revolutionary times in Egypt. He
met with then Israel Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan in
Morocco before Sadat's visit to
Jerusalem in November, 1977
and was the No. 2 man in the
Egyptian delegation to the Camp
David conference in September,
1978.
He worked on the peace
frameworks at Camp David and
later publicly advocated piping
Nile waters to Israel to help make
theNegev bloom.
HOWEVER, he has been an
Islamic zealot with respect to the
future of Jerusalem and once
spoke of organizing a march of 1
million Moslems to wrest the city
from Israeli control. Although he
is rarely seen in public of late,
observers here believe it would be
premature to discount him as an
influential factor in Cairo.
Friday, February 22, 1980
V

South Florida's .
Grandest Opening
HUNTINGTON LAKES
So Spectacular, It Will Leave You Speechless.
Yet You'll Never Stop Talking About Itl
:^i
THE MOST SPECTACULAR
CLUBHOUSE EVER
The Huntington Clubhouse,
named Huntington Club, will be
simply incomparable. Stately,
2-story TUdor design with magnifi-
cent two-story atrium, fabulous
theater with stage and movie
screen, auditorium/multi-purpose
room with bandstand. Game, bil-
liard and card rooms. Spa with
men's and women's saunas, heated
Roman whirlpool, steam, exercise
and locker rooms. Glass-enclosed
heated indoor swimming pool,
full-time social director. And so
much more. No Land or Recrea-
tion Leases.
KKTEIt HATER EVERYWHERE
Outdoors, the magnificence of
emerald fairways and water, water
everywhere will astound you.
Lighted tennis, racquetball/hand-
ball. platform tennis, fitness course
with exercise stations, jogging and
biking paths. Lawn bowling. Out-
door heated swimming pool,
whirlpool, barbecue, wet barwe
could go on for hours!
EMULOUS FLOOR SHOW
Designed for sophistication,
we've planned mid-rise and tower
buildings featuring a variety of floor
plans. One and two-bedroom
trendsetters with two fall baths. An-
gled kitchens, wood divider knick-
knack shelves, energy-saving pad-
dle fans. Roman tubs, wet bars,
master bedroom sitting rooms,
his-and-hers baths, dressing
rooms, your own separate laundry
center with washer/dryer, choice of
designer colors. Even TOCON com-
puterized security system with
Cable TV
SOUGHT AFTER ENERGY SAVING
LOCATION
Huntington Lakes is not only
luxurious. It's practical. You'll save
energy and money-it's near shop-
ping, restaurants, entertainment,
houses of worship, banks and ev-
erything you need. It's simple. It's
sensible.
Even grown-ups need a fabulous place to play.
HUNTINGTON LAKES
at Villages of Oriole
QOLFATHD WXTERFROM CONDOMIMllM RESIDENCES
One and t\ -o bedroom/two bath adult residences
from $6Cs to $80/s.
Winter 1980/81 occupancy at today's prices.
0.
ttC
(&)
uNtaDMc*
O. MM 4 mUn M Villa*, (
"l*" uttt narttt-i
%mii|Y iwi iiMBt.
IMnAIIMKtnOHh,,
Information center 7777 w Atlantic;
0*n* Owen. rtorMa 33440
(303) 490-0431 Defray
(303) 426-3003 rt. UaSaani
(303) 945-875! Hlaml anTS^ywood
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa
fa1
fa
fa
fa
fa
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
I


22, I90
The Jewish Flpridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
jn's Division Shomrai
ih Federation of
yward Women's
held its annual
icheon recently on
1980 Combined
^peal-Israel Emer-
ier of women who
litments of the
$6,000 doubled
For the first time since
Shomrai's inception, any
woman who made a $5,000
contribution to the campaign
received a 14-k Lion ofJudea
pin.
The luncheon was spon-
sored by Dina Sedley and
Marge Saltzman and held at
the home of Mrs. Saltzman.
Cellist Miron Yampolsky was
presented in concert Wednesday,
Feb. 20, by the Great Gallery
Concert Series of the Art and
are Shatzi Kahn, Toby Graenberg, Sylvia Kalin, Bertha Culture Center of Hollywood.
id Susan Singer.

[are Marge Saltzman, co-chairwoman; J. Frederic Blitstein,
iker; Dina Sedley, co-chairwoman; and Delia Rosenberg,
Hvision campaign vice president.
It are Esther Gordon, Women's Division president; Jo Ann
federation treasurer; Mary Zinn, Lily an Mandel and Shirley
aan.
lit are Goldie Soble, Ellie KaU, Joyce Newman, Federation
nt; Harriet Bloom and Marilyn Ponn.
Yampolsky emigrated from
Russia to Israel in 1972, coming
to the United States two years
later where he became assistant
principal cellist with the
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Remaining concerts in the series
are March 19, the Ensemble
GuQIaume de Machat de Paris,
and April 23, Freiburg Baroque
Soloists.
Dave Keating
Runs for
Re-election
Dave Keating is running for re-
election as mayor of Hollywood
in the March 11 election.
According to his campaign
committee, Keating "is at City
Hall every day, answers his
phone and makes house calls."
Jacobsen Is
Candidate
for Mayor
Al. J. Jacobsen is a candidate
for mayor of Hollywood in the
March 11 election.
.Jacobsen has been a resident of
Florida for 30 years, living in
Hollywood for seven years. He is
a veteran and a businessman.
Finkelstein
Runs for
Commission Seat
Larry Finkelstein is running
for the Hollywood City Com-
mission on March 11.
"His special interest is all of
the people of Hollywood," ac-
cording to his campaign
treasurer, J. Greene.
.v^fr %;.^E?i:. .4
<*% ^.
*
eft are Susan HolUman Thomas, Women's Division director;
1 Rosenfeld and Annette Deakter.
Williams
Runs for
Commission Seat
John Williams is running for
re-election as a Hollywood City
Commissioner on March 11.
According to his campaign
committee, as a commissioner
from 1971-1980, he originated
improved zoning for more open
space; originated a landscaping
ordinance and a gas price posting
ordinance.
Retain John
WILLIAMS
Hollywood City Commissioner
The
MEASURE
of a III AN is in
What He Has Done!
VOTE
"PERFORMANCE"
^r ^r *r *r
AS COMMISSIONER 1971-80
HE ORIGINATED:
* Improved Zoning-More Open Space
(A Broword Model)
* Landscaping Ordinance For Parking Areas
(Most Effective in Florida)
* Civil Service Revision Ordinance
(Gave Taxpayer Majority Control)
* Towing Vehicles Revision Ordinance
(Copied by Cities, County and State)
* Gas Price Posting Ordinance
(First in Florida)
' Anti-Litter Ordinance
(Strongest in Florida)
HE SUCCESSFULLY FOUGHT FOR:
* An End to Concrete Jungle Mania
* Fiscal Conservatism-Budget Control
* City Controlled Paramedic Service
* North Beach Public Access
* Purchase of Parks and Playgrounds
* Art Culture Center
HE WILL CONTINUE TO:
* Be a Watchdog For The Taxpayer
' Foster Police A Crime Watch Effectiveness
* Support Consumer Protection
* Work For West Lake A Other Open Space
* Aid Problems of Seniors Condo Owners
* Advocate Downtown Redevelopment
* Seek to Attract Light Industry


Re-Elect
John
Vote March 11th (Non-Partis an) Seat "A"


>H170 19
Hage
14
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 22,1980
Hallmark Supports CJA-IEF]
From left are Dr. Robert Pollack, co-chairman; Ann Lowe, co-
chairman: Milton Seitles, Lawrence Nathan, co-chairman; Maxwell
Porster. co-chairman; Jack Scharf, co-chairman, and William Seitles,
co-chairman.
Israel Is Brought to
Seniors, Students
The educational resource
center library of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education has
been involved in a program of
hosting various senior adult
groups from the Jewish com-
munity to a series of programs
held at the library.
In the most recent program, in
honor of Jewish Book Month and
Chanukah, the senior adult group
from the Hebrew Home for the
Aged was brought into the
library-
The program consisted of a
discussion on Chanukah with
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. a musical
interlude and discussion with
Sam Alpert, the Central Agency
for Jewish Education's shaliach
from Israel, and refreshments
following the presentation.
merit,'' said Mrs. Lillian Ross,
director of community services.
"In addition, through this
program we try to get Mr. Alpert
to present programs in the
various public schools
throughout the Dade and
Broward County areas, to
present an inside view on the
Israeli lifestyle.
"We sincerely urge any public
or private school who wishes to
present the program concerning
Israel to contact me at the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, and I will be happy to
set up a program with Mr.
Alpert."
"This is another one of the
outstanding services that is
offered by CAJE through the
community services depart-
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
CRUISE FROM MIAMI
-\&2
1^2^^-
World Renaissance March 31-April 11,1980
Why is this cruise different from all other
cruises'? It's Passover at sea-the first cruise of
its kind to depart from Miami The entire ship
will operate under the strict rabbinical super-
vision of including the presence of a Kosher
chef to plan menus and meal service Traditional
Seder services will be conducted by a rabbi and
a well-known cantor A synagogue setting will
accommodate daily prayers And entertainment
wfll feature Jewish and Israeli artists Visit
San Juan. St Croix. Curacao. Aruba, Nassau and
Freeport Rates from $995-$1580 per person,
double occupancy, plus $195 Kosher for
Passover supplement per person Money saving
air/sea packages available from your city.
See your travel agent. VStorld Renaissance of
Greek Registry.
COSTA CRUISES
One BiscayneTower Miami Fla 33131 (305) 358-7330
Galahad Court Women
Plan Campaign Lunch
chairwomen.
The featured program is a
special multi-media youth
presentation produced in
Emerald Hills, Hollywood Hills
and Israel.
The presentation was directed
and written by Janie. Berman.
Beverly Shapiro and Haviva
Shull, with special help from AI
Barg, Helen Cohan and Susan
Pardon.
Galahad Court Women's
Division is holding its mini-
luncheon on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund on
Tuesday, March 4, at 12:30 in the
social hall.
The luncheon is sponsored by
Frances Briefer, Matilda
Kimelbolt, Fritzie Kimball and
Jeanette Sussman, who are the
From left are Nettie Weiser, Anne Lowe, Milton Seitles, Ann Bearaon
and Dorothy Silber. All are on the breakfast arrangements committee
Receiving a plaque at a Hallmark
breakfast in his honor and on
behalf of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward is (left) Milton
Seitles. The presenter is William
Seitles, co-chairman and Milton's
brother. Milton is Hallmark
chairman.
Hadassah Shalom
The Shalom Group of
Hollywood Hadadda will hold a
regular meeting on Tuesday,
March 4, at noon at Washington
Federal.
Program chairman, Mrs. Sadie
Nabel, will introduce the guest
speaker, Mrs. Victor Schlesinger
of Brookline, Mass. She is a past
president of the Brookline,
Brighton and Newton groups and
past president of the Boston
Chapter and of the New England
Region of Hadassah.
Mrs. Schlesinger has traveled
around the world, including trips
to Israel several times.
BLUE RIDGE
CAMP and RESORT
For Boys & Girls 6-16
YOUR MOUNTAIN OF FUN Where Spring
Comes & Spends the Summer
MOUNTAIN CITY g*
AM Water Sports in Our Own Twin Spring Fed Lakes
White Water Canoeing Mt. Trail Hikes Pro Golf &
Tennis Arts & Crafts Sailing Scuba Gymnastics
and Dance Go Carts Trips by Canoe
Rock Climbing Basketball Soccer Softball
Hockey Zoological & Science Program
All Dietary Laws Observed Shabbat Services
Medical Staff Available at All Times
Member American Camping Association
Your Camp Directors
COACH J.I. MONTGOMERY
MORRIS & SHEILA WALDMAN
d
TAN & BARBARA MINTZ
Miami Beach Phone 1-538-3434 or Write.
P.O. Box 2888. Miami Beach. Fla. 33140
STAFF INQUIRIES NOW
9
IT'S THE COFFEE THAT'LL
MAKE EVERYONE THINK YOU DID
WHEN YOU DIDNT!
The rich ground aroma and fresh perked taste
makes Maxim*the coffee any busy balbusta
would be proud to serve. Especially with the
strOdel. Or, the Honey cake. Or the lox 'n
bagels. Or whenever friends and 'mishpocheh'
suddenly drop in. Maxim* the 100% freeze
dried coffee that'll make everyone think you
took the time to make fresh perked coffee
when you didn't!


ririav. February 22. 1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
1
Sharon's Conflict of Interest
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
he government is in a
aandary over how to deal
ith a conflict of interest
volving Agriculture
inister Ariel Sharon and
e 1,000-acre farm he owns
the northern Negev.
hree committees set up to
al with the matter recom-
no tided that Sharon either
rive up the farm or resign
from the Cabinet. But the
Siawkish Yom Kippur War
hero has nobody to assign
the property to.
11 is children are too young and
s< i far no one has offered to buy or
lease the acreage. Prime Minister
Menachem Begin wants Sharon
slay in the Cabinet, and so
Dc Sharon. Other Cabinet
members, including the two
Deputy Prime Ministers, Yigael
Yadin and Simcha Ehrlich, have
expressed sympathy with their
ml league and believe that to
implement the committees"
urommendations in this case
ould be unfair.
BUT THE government takes
seriously even the appearance of
inflict of interest with respect to
|in\ of its members. The new
Finance Minister, Yigal Hurwitz,
ivested himself of his pros-
iktous dairy products industry
k hen he took office last year. But
I in wit/, was able to hand over
I In- business to his two adult
sons. Other ministers have acted
similarly, relinquishing law prac-
tices or business interests, even
those that had no bearing on
their Cabinet duties.
For the Agriculture Minister to
own one of Israel's largest and
most prosperous farms raises
suspicions. He is in charge of the
Israel Land Authority from
which he originally bought the
farm. He is in charge of water
distribution for agriculture and
there have been charges that his
farm consumes more than its
legal quota.
He is in charge of produce
exports and Sharon's farm is one
of the largest exporters of melons
and other products to the Euro-
pean market. He is in charge of
agricultural prices, of fertilizer
and numerous other items related
to agriculture.
IN SHORT, he is vulnerable to
charges fair or unfair of
using his position to improve his
private holdings.
Recently, Sharon was accused
of spending public money on
security equipment for his farm.
The minister denied this, noting
that the security fence and flood-
lights installed around his
residence were the kind of
measures taken to protect every
Cabinet member. Friends of
Sharon claim he is being hounded
by political foes because of his
hardline views and his advocacy
of massive Jewish settlements in
the occupied territories and the
sei/.ure of Arab-owned lands for
that purpose if necessary.
Sharon's farm, which is called
Shikmim, has a long history that
dates back to the early days of
the State of Israel when the
government was trying to attract
settlers to the Negev. The 1,000-
acre plot, earmarked for grazing,
was leased to an Australian
Jewish family who joined Israeli
investors in an attempt to estab-
lish a sheep ranch. But the enter-
prise was a failure and eventually
the 1,000 acres and adjacent
lands reverted to the Israel Land
Authority and were distributed
among various kibbutzim and
moshavim.
When Sharon retired from the
army after the Yom Kippur War,
he entered politics. But, as the
sabra son of Russian Jewish im-
migrants who had been farm
workers at Kfar Mallal. he had
ambitions to own a farm. With
his personal savings and loans
from two wealthy American
Jews, the late Sam Sacks of
Chicago, and Meshulam Riklis of
Iajs Angeles, he bought the failed
sheep ranch and began to
cultivi le crops for export.
THE FARM prospered. Its
baby-super watermelons" are
[xjpular throughout Western
Europe. It also raises wheat,
lemons and animal fodder, grazes
about 1,000 head of sheep and
has a stable of horses. It employs
anywh-te from several score to
several hundred workers, the
latter during the harvesting and
packing season.
The government now finds
itself in a position where to reject
the recommendations of three
committees one headed by a
distinguished retired judge
would tarnish its image. On the
other hand. Begin and other
ministers do not want to force
Sharon to resign. One minister
has suggested that Sharon rehn-
quish the Agriculture Ministry
portfolio to become Minister of
Settlements, a Cabinet post that
does not now exist, or Minister -
Without Portfolio. But this has
not been formally presented to
Begin.
While the government ponders
the matter, Sharon keeps his
farm and his Cabinet seat. Some
observers believe that the
situation will be resolved by
accepting the committees'
recommendations but not imple-
menting them.
Thr Ait Conditioned
kosher WJilTC XOUSCH0TCL
One 9" prepared pie crust,
unbaked
One 6 oz. pkg. Swiss Knight
Qruyere Cheese, cut Into
small pieces
1 cup milk
at oven to 429*F.
i small saucepan,
nbine Swiss
l Gruyere
se and milk;
( over moderate
at until cheese
elts and mixture
|smooth; remove
i heat and set aside
I bowl, combine
s onion, salt, pepper and
3 eggs
Vt cup minced onion
1 measuring teaspoon salt
'/ measuring teaspoon white
pepper
% measuring teaspoon nutmeg
nutmeg; beat slightly
f Slowly add cheese-
milk mixture
to eggs, stirring
constantly. Pour
into prepared pie
shell Place on
cookie sheet. Bake
at 425F for 15
minutes. Then bake
at 35CF for 15-20
minutes. Makes 6 servings
nported from Switzerland, Swiss Process Gruyere Cheese Is mellow,
distinctive and delicious. In foil-wrapped wedges, plain or assorted
flavors. Swiss Knight is a treat because of its quality.
IMPORTED BY THE NESTLE COMPANY, INC. CHEESE DIVISION
100 Bloomingdale Road, White Plains, NY. 10605
OPEN ALL YEAR
OKoiher Meals Daily
300 It. Pnv. Beach Pool
Entertainment 'Social Director
TV in All Rooms
Giant Screen Color TV
24 Hour Phone Service
Daily Maid Service
Daily Synagogue Services
Mathgiach on Premise*
Services Conducted
By The Renowned
Cantor ABRAHAM FRIEDMAN
Reserve Now For
PASSOVER
11 DaysS 10 Nights
March 30 to April 9
$440
per person
double occ.
For Reservations
Phone: 1-531-6483
ON THE OCEAN AT 15 Owner Mgmt:
Baumnnd. Ehrcnrcieh


in ting a tree at Washington Manor Nursing Home in celebration of
j B'ahevat are from left Leon Ehrlich; Rabbi Harold Richtcr,
liapluin, Jewish Federation of South Broward; Max Baer, Hy Conn,
BckGreen, Jack Rutkin.M. Carrel and Dorothy Baer. ^^^^
A _~
QUICHE TO
IKVELL OVER
from Swiss Knight, of course
Recipe______
Having a
Cousins'
Club?
Don't forget
to invite
the great
taste of
Maxwell
House*
Coffee.

r
Maxwell House Coffee has that rich,
satisfying taste, brewed to be remem-
bered. Serve it with sable and white-
fish salad or whatever the Cousins'
Club enjoys noshing. Smart Cousins*
Club hostesses have been serving it for
over half a century.
*
"Good
In thr
Last Drop"

K
Certified
Kosher
A living tradition in Jewish homes for more than half a century.


Page
Page 16
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 22^ I Fri|
Brandeis To Honor Commissioner Moss
Broward County Com-
missioner Jack L. Moss will
receive Brandeis University's
Distinguished Community
Service Award March 30 at a
dinner-dance at Pier 66 in Fort
Lauderdale.
Chairman of the event is
Gerald Mager, a member of the
law firm of Abrams, Anton.
Group for Seniors Underway
In an effort to enhance the
quality of life for this com-
munity's senior citizens, Jewish
Family Service of Broward
County is instituting a new group
which will allow our over 60's to
"Get the Best From the Rest."
The goals of the group are to
provide the group members with
a stimulating, positive learning
experience which emphasizes the
ideas that the quality of one's life
can always be enriched and
remain dynamic, and each of us
can control this quality in our
lives at any age.
Technion
Group to
Visit Israel,
Egypt
Members of the Southern
Region of the American Technion
Society-Israel Institute of
Technology will travel to Haifa.
Israel, site of the Technion, as
part of their 14-day mission to
Israel, Egypt and London.
The Mission, which departs
Tuesday, June 17, and returns
July 1, will coincide with the
annual meeting of the Technion
international board of governors.
Technion supporters from
Atlanta, Hallandale, Hollywood,
Miami, New Orleans, Orlando,
Palm Beach, Sarasota and other
parts of the southeastern United
States will participate in the
groundbreaking and dedication
ceremonies of three capital
building projects on the Technion
campus.
They are the Greater Miami
Education Center, Greater Palm
Beach Married Students' Dor-
mitory and the Sarasota Medical
School Research Laboratory.
Stock Brokerage
Firm Opens
A new stock brokerage firm
specializing in Israel securities,
particularly in State of Israel
Bonds, has opened at 2301
Collins Ave. at the Roney Plaza
in Miami Beach.
Brager & Co., Inc. has been in
business as long as Israel Bonds
have been sold to the public
(since the early 1950s.)
Brager offers its services as the
only broker of its kind in Florida
to individuals, banks, other
brokers and to estate attorneys.
isnael
^ iRavel with the expem :$:
$ Or. moRton maUvsky j$
I
Fabulous Tour
Extensive Sightseeing :
1
i
e 17, 1980
::: from Miami
::::: For Information and brochure
Call 981-6111
1
The meetings will be held in
the Jewish Family Service office
at 1909 Harrison St. in
Hollywood once a week for eight
weeks. If you are interested in
participating in this experimental
group, please call Victoria
Eichner at 927-9288.
The Jewish Family Service is
funded in part by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
Robbins, Resnick, Schneider &
Mager of Hollywood, Fla.
The Distinguished Community
Service Award is presented
psriodically by the liberal arts
university to leading Americans
who have shown an unusual
commitment working for the
benefit of their communities and
nation.
Fort Lauderdale residents
Leonard L. Farber, a real estate
developer, and Mrs. Louis L.
Perlman, both Fellows of the
University, are serving as
honorary chairmen of the dinner.
During the event, a Brandeis
scholarship will be established in
the name of Commissioner Moss
and his wife, Carol.
Silent No More
February is Brotherhood
Month and Feb. 17-24 is
Brotherhood Week.
The Soviet Jewry Committee
asks that we focus on four men,
including two non-Jews whose
fight for human rights has been
intimately tied to the cause of
Soviet Jewry.
Three Russians, convicted in
the Leningrad hijacking trial of
1970, are still in prison. Ioaif
Mendelevich, an Orthodox Jew,
is particularly harassed because
of his refusal to compromise his
religious observances. Yuri
Federov and Aleksei Murzhenko
are non-Jews who participated in
the attempted hijacking and are
still serving 15-year prison terms.
Andrei Sakharov, winner of the
1975 Nobel Peace Prize, has long
been a critic of his government
)
and a
SIIINI NO "Oil
staunch supporter of
human rights. He has been of
immeasurable support to the
Jewish refuseniks and other-
Russian dissidents. His exile cb
the off-limits city of Gorky is
designed to remove his nationally
respected voice and to break the
spirit of the remaining dissidents.
We urge you to write on behalf
of these four brave men. Please
send letters of protest to: Leonid
Brezhnev, The Kremlin, Moscow
U.S.S.R.
.Pa
'Fe
El
Mi
I
Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Atlanta
mn IS READY
WITH THE MOST
NONSTOPS GOM
Delta schedules from Miami and
Ft,Lauderdale
To Chicago Delta is Number One with eight
nonstops daily, including Wide-Ride
TriStars.
To Detroit The most nonstops on any
airlinefour a day plus a one-stop straight
thru.
To Cleveland Our thrifty Night Coach is
nonstop from Ft.Lauderdale, one-stop thru
from Miami.
To Columbus, O. The biggest choice of
flight-times. Fly nonstop or straight thru
any morning.
To Dayton The most service, including
three thru-jets.
To Indianapolis Nobody has more service
than Delta. Thru-jets day and night.
To Louisville The most flight-times on any
airline. Choose from three one-stop thru-jets.
To New York Ten nonstops daily, including
Wide-Ride Lockheed L-1011 TriStars.
To Philadelphia Nonstops afternoon and
night. Or fly straight thru with one stop any
morning.
Delta is an airline run by professionals. Like Sergio Rodriguez, First Officer.
To Baltimore Take our morning flight, non- Ask about big savings with Delta Night Coach and
stop from Ft. Lauderdale, straight thru from round-trip Supreme Super Saver Fares. See your Travel
Agent for details on Delta's fares and flight reservations Or
cal Delta in Ft.Laiiderdale at 763-2211, in Miami at 448-7000
Delta and your Travel Agent accept all major general-pur pose
credit cards.
Miami.
To Boston Delta leads with nonstopssix
every day.
To Hartford/Springfield The on y Wide-
Ride TriStars going. Fly nonstop or straight
thru with one stop.
To Montreal Only Delta flies Wide-Ride
TriStarsnonstops and thru-jets.
To Atlanta Fifteen nonstops every daythe
most going. The most Wide-Ride TriStars,
too.
To Memphis The only daily nonstop
Miami. Or fly thru with one-stop from
Ft.Lauderdale. Other flight-times day and
night.

All schedules are subject to change without notice.
mmxxz&xxxttm



Friday. February 22, 1980
The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 17
i. Participants at a recent Clifton breakfast in support of the Jewish
'Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund are seated from left Ruth Schwartz, Abe Slifka, and
(insulin Solomon. Standing from left are Isador Herman, George
Minervy, Jack Poserow, Carl Goldstein, Abe Melter, Walter Baron,
and Sylvan Solomon.
Receiving a plaque at a Meadowbrook breakfast in his honor is
(second from right) Nathan Goldman. Looking on are from left Jack
Mint/, chairman, Laura Goldman and Alex Rubin. The event was held
on behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combiner1
Jewihs Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
Participants at a recent Hemispheres brunch on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund are seated from left Otto Stieber, Hallandale Beach
chairman; Jack Udis, Bay South chairman; Morse Engelman, Bay
North chairman; and Delia Rosenberg, Women's Division campaign
vice president. Standing from left are Ada Engelman, Bay North co-
chairman; Pat Klein, Hemispheres chairman; and Sis Altman,
Hemispheres co-chairman.
A
Participants at a recent Galahad South breakfast on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund are from left Sous Cantor, co-chairman; Jack
lockol, chairman; Jonathan Livny, guest speaker; Samuel Spector,
-o-chairman; and Sydney Holtzman, co-chairman.
News in Brief
esenting a plaque to Parker Plaza honoree Melvin Baer (standing at
.-_ tt is Ralph Feidman, chairman. The occasion was Parker Plaza a
annual breakfast on behalf of the Jewiah Federation of South Broward
1980 Combined Jewiah Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Seated from
left are Lucile Baer, honoree; Joyce Newman, Federation president;
Rhona Miller, committee member; Elias Baum, co-chairman; and
Teressa Baum, committee member.
JERUSALEM The
autonomy negotiations resumed
on the working group level in
Cairo Tuesday, with the three
teams still attempting to place
the '-'powers and responsibilities"
of the projected autonomy into
agreed "categories."
The Israeli team, under
Interior Ministry Director
Cieneral Maim Kubersky. flew to
Cairo Tuesday morning, where
the talks were held at the Mena
House Hotel near the Pyramids.
Next week, the talks will
transfer to the Laromme Hotel in
Tel Aviv in keeping with the
recent resolve of the autonomy
plenum that, the working groups
meet "on an accelerated and
intensified schedule."
The climax of this stepped-up
activity will come on Feb. 26 in
London, when the top three
negotiators, Sol Linowitz, Mus-
tapha Khalil and Yosef Burg, will
hold a tete-a-tete.
TEL AVIV Ivanov Roland,
a masseur attached to a visiting
Rumanian soccer team, ap-
parently has defected. The Ru-
manian Embassy was informed
by the team's manager, Francis
Kovacz, that Roland has been
missing since Saturday night.
He was last seen in Natanya,
where he reportedly borrowed
11. 500 and U.S. $100 from team-
mates and, carrying a valise,
Ixiarded a taxi for Tel Aviv. The
Rumanian team, Polytechnica
Timisoara, is visiting Israel as
guest of the Natanya Maccabis,
the top team in the Israel league.
They played several friendly
games against the Israelis.
Kovacz seemed pleased with
his team's performance but was
unhappy over the disappearance
of Roland. However, he seemed
to take it philosophically. "You
can't watch 24 men 24 hours a
day," he told reporters.
NEW tfORK The leader of
the roof organization of Holo-
caust survivors in the United
States has called upon West
Germany to reject the proposed
plan linking reparation payments
to victims of the Holocaust with
the claims of former Nazis.
Solomon Zynstein, president of
the America Federation of Jewish
Fighters. Camp Inmates, and
Nazi Victims, said that "the
coupling of victim and aggressor
would be a desecration of
history."
Zvnstein's comments were
made in letters to West German
Chancellor Helmut Schmidt,
Franz-Joseph Strauss, leader of
the Bavarian Christian Social
Union, and Helmut Kohl, leader
of the Christian Democratic-
Union.
"While one acknowledges the
si-verity and intent of West
Germany in making payment
over the years to those who suf-
fered during the Holocaust,"
Zynstein said, "one cannot
justify lumping former career
military officers, including
members of the SS elite guard
and Nazi civil service."
r
FOOT FACTS
ON TAPE
Free Foot Health
Information
On Your Problems
To listen,
Request by Number
F1 Bunions
F2 Nail Problems
F3 Corns-Calluses
F4 Heel Pain
F5 Arch Pain
F6 Skin Problems
F7 Sports Injuries
F8 Circulation Problems
Call
961-0440
24 Hour
Tape Center
Cevrfeiy
DR. ARTHUR B.K0RBEI
ht Htmspherts- Oceon North lido.
1950S. Ocean Drive
Hallandale 458-515$
=
TEL AVIV Ten persons
were injured, three seriously,
when a bomb exploded at a
crowded bus stop in Petach Tik-
va early Monday morning. A
second bomb discovered in the
immediate vicinity was safely
dismantled by sappers before it
detonated.
Police believe that the device, a
hand grenade attached to a timer,
was deliberately set to explode a
short time later to cause casual-
lies among the crowds that
gathered at the scene of the first
explosion.
A general warning was issued
to the populace to keep clear of
areas where a bomb exploded on
the chance that one ol more
additional bombs have been
planted there.
w
'. 1

.
Receiving a plaque in his honor at a Beacon Towers function on behalf
of the Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund is second from left, Samuel Samuel.
Looking on are from left Solomon Koppel; Henry Moss, co-chairman
and Gideon Peleg, guest speaker. Samuel is Beacon Towers chairman.

\
Participants at Aquarius' Premier Big Gifts Cocktail Party on behalf
of the Jewish Federation of South Broward are from left Sol Stein, co-
chairman; Gideon Peleg, guest speaker; Max Coffman, co-chairman,
and Henry Blatt, co-chairman.
Light tt\e candle
and remember?
Menorah Chapels, to preserve
the traditions of our faith,
wishes to offer a gift of re-
membrance. A Yahrzeit
Calendar in the name of the
departed and a. Yearly Re-
minder of the Yahrzeit
observance date. A part of
our religious life, now and
through the ages.
CALL OR WRITE FOR YOUR
YAHRZEIT CALENDAR AT:
6800 West Oakland Park Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33313
742-6000
In Dade, call 861-7301
In Palm Beach, call 833-0887
BE SURE TO INCLUDE THE NAME, DATE AND TIME OF
DEATH OF THE DEPARTED
KIRSCHINUUMSROS l>C
SIANIISKV.SCMIOSM1RG-SOIOMCW MSI Mf MODIAl CHAMIS
MlMOMAl CHAFfiS .-____
"
And serving chapels throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Chapels also in Deerf ield Beach and Margate
The oldest Jewish-owned chapels in Broward County.


'axe
T/Te Jewish Fhridian and Shofar of Greater HoUy wood
Friday, February 22, 1980
Israel Bonds Events Set
CLIFTON CONDOMINIUM
Ruth Schwartz will be honored
with Israel's Generation Award
at the annual Clifton Condomin-
ium Night in Israel which is held
in cooperation with the Israel
Bonds Organization. The event is
scheduled for Tuesday, March 18,
at 8 p.m. in the recreation hall.
Mrs. Schwartz is -former
president of the Clifton Towers
Social Club. She is a member of
ORT, the Shaare Israel Congre-
gation in Brooklyn and the
Yehuda Moshe Congregation.
Emil Cohen, the Jewish
humorist, will be guest en-
tertainer. Sylvan Solomon is
chairman, and co-chairmen are
Abe Melter and Abe Slifka.
ISLE OF PARADISE
Samuel J. Bernstein will
receive Israel's Generation
Award at the Isle of Paradise
Night in Israel scheduled on
Thursday, March 6, at 8 p.m in
the recreation room. Bernstein
will also celebrate his 90th bir-
thday at the same time.
Bernstein has received
numerous awards and citations
recognizing his many decades of
service to the Jewish people and
the community. He was a
delegate to the assmebly which
created the United Jewish
Appeal in 1938, and in 1951 he
participated in the founding of
the Israel Bonds Organization.
He is a member of the Zionist
Organization and is a member of
Temple Sinai in Hollywood.
*
*r^*<"a*
/
Samuel Bernstein
Tom Cohen, communal leader
in Broward County, will be the
guest speaker. Abe Monsein and
Julius Adler are co-chairmen.
Departure Date Nears for Bonds Trip
Excitment is mounting as the
departure date nears for the State
of Israel Bonds delegation to
Israel and Egypt, departing
Miami March 18.
According to Milton M.
Parson, Bonds executive
director, reservations are coming
in at a rapid rate and anyone
interested in joining the group
should make their reservation
immediately.
The highlight of the trip will be
a Passover Seder on March 31, to
be conducted in sight of the
Great Pyramid of Giza, which
was built by the Jewish people
many thousands of years ago.
The delegation will spend 12
days in Israel, visiting
Jerusalem, Tiberias and Tel
Aviv, in addition to many other
stops. A special reception is
scheduled with members of the
Knesset, and the group will meet
with top Israeli leaders to discuss
the latest situation in the Middle
East.
In Cairo, the 80 tour par-
ticipants will stay at the Mena
House Oberoi Hotel, which
overlooks the Pyramids. The
hotel was constructed prior to
World War II and has been the
site of many international events,
including the famous meeting
between President Sadat and
Prime Minister Begin.
All details and information on
the trip can be obtained by
phoning the Israel Bond office at
the Roney Plaza on Miami Beach.
Talks Set With Kids
Who Have One Parent
Once again Temple Solel will
be conducting its rap sessions
with j outh from single-parent
famili'-s
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin and
Don Samuels, psychologist, will
meet with 6th, 7th and 8th
graders each week for a few
months to discuss and share in an
open-end and honest discussion.
The first session is scheduled
for March 4.
In addition, single parents will
also be very much involved in the
series. The program has served as
a pilot program for the
congregations in the Southeast
United States and throughout
the country.
ANNE KOLB
ENDORSES
JOHN WILLIAMS
FOR RE-ELECTION
AS YOUR
CITY COMMISSIONER John wilLiams
"It is my distinct privilege to unconditionally endorse John Williams for
another term as Hollywood City Commissioner.
Rarely is a public servant with such proven quality, integrity, intense
dedication and outstanding record of performance available to serve as a
leader of his community.
John is deeply concerned with the quality of life in Hollywood &Broward County."
ANNE KOLB County Commissioner
Pd. Pol. Adv. J. William* Campaign, Tommy Wohl, Traas.
VOTE TUESDAY MARCH 11th
Seat "A"
DA VE KEA TING IS RUNNING
FOR REELECTION
DAVE IS A FULL TIME MAYOR, WHO IS AT
CITY HALL EVERY DAY, ANSWERS HIS
PHONE AND MAKES HOUSE CALLS.
THE HOLLYWOOD SUN-TATTLER AND THE
MIAMI HERALD HAVE ENDORSED MAYOR
DA VE KEA TING HIS LAST FOUR ELECTIONS.
VOTE TUESDAY, MARCH 11
Pd Pol. Adv, Sarah Keating Traaa
"
Styne
Buttons
Douglas
Hollywood Stars Celebrate
Bonds 30th Anniversary
Kirk Douglas, Red Buttons
and Jule Styne will celebrate the
30th anniversary of the Israel
Bonds Organization with some
300 Jewish communal leaders
from the United States, Canada
and Latin America, at a din-
ner / ball to be held Feb. 28 at the
Villa Vizcaya in Miami.
Chairmen Gary R. Gerson and
Dr. Joseph Wineburgh an-
nounced that the three stars will
be flying into Miami especially to
attend the 30th anniversary
celebrations and to receive
Israel's Cultural Award in
recognition of their work on
behalf of the State of Israel
during the last 32 years.
The Vizcaya Gala is reserved
for members of the Israel Bonds
Prime Minister's Club and
Ambassador's Society of
Trustees, and is under the
patronage of Israel's
Ambassador to the United
States, Ephraim Evron, who will
be in attendance.
started his career as a street
singer in New York City and soon
found his way to Minsky's
Burlesque. From the Burlesque,
he went to Broadway and then to
Hollywood to star in films. He
has starred in his own television
show and in a number of hit
movies. He has worked tirelessly
for Israel.
Jule Styne is one of the most
prolific composers in trfc*
American theater. Among his
Broadway shows are "Gentlemen
Prefer Blondes," "Bells are
Ringing," "Funny Girl,"
"Gypsy" and "Peter Pan." He is
an Academy Award winner for
his song. "Three Coins in the
-fountain" and a Grammy
Award winner for "Funny Girl."
Styne, of musical parentage,
appeared with the Chicago
Symphony Orchestra at the age
of nine. He is known for his
support of Israel and for Israel's
economic growth through the
Israel Bonds Organization.
Kirk Douglas, one of
Hollywood's leading actors for
the past quarter century, is the
son of Russian-Jewish im-
migrants. In addition to his
acting career, he has traveled
widely on goodwill tours, on
behalf of the United States
government.
Douglas has starred in several
films with a Jewish or Israeli
theme and has received countless
awards and honors, not only for
his acting ability, but also for his
humanitarianism and charitable
work.
Red Buttons in an Academy
Award winner for his per-
formance in "Savonara." He
For The
Nurse You Need
KM ct>icAl
4jtAtTm5
JKcrviccs Imc
Call 963-3320
RNs, LPNs, Aides
Carefully selected fa high
standard of professional
skill and genuine human
concern lor the patient
A single call arranges jour
exact needs for care.
ON CALL 24 HOURS
If you need it
for your home
^^ ft'* at...
Housewares Hardware Paint Locksmith
, Patio/Dinette Furniture Bath/Closet Shop
Dinnerware Lighting Gifts
FREE GIFT WRAPPING / WE DELIVER
Open Daily 8 am 6 pm, Mon & Fn til 9 pm, Sundays 12 5
100 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.. Hallandale 456-0566
DENTURES BY DENTURIST
Do Your Dentures Hurt? ,
Do Your Dentures Make Yon Look Older?
Are Your Dentures Looto?
Would You Want to Look Younger?
100% WRITTEN GUARANTEE
Relines Repairs Parfials
Phone 925-5153
HOLLYWOOD OFFICE
DON HELOW, CD.
Canifid Oanfwritt
CLIP A SAVE
JACK SOBER, D.D.S.


lay, February 22,1980
The Jewish Ftoridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
'age
mds New Life Award Goes to Stieber
tto Stieber, a Hallandale
sh communal leader, has
named to receive one of
_en New Life Awards to be
len by the State of Israel and
> Israel Bonds Organization at
cial awards dinner on March
at the Konover Hotel on
|ami Beach.
e recently created award is
kerved exclusively for survivors
I the Holocaust who have been
jrn into a new life in the
sited States and who have
languished themselves in
k-ish and civic communal
Irvice.
I The other awardees are Jacob
ski of Fort Lauderdale and
Dade residents: David Schaecter,
Isaac Silberberg, Gisela Gutter,
Rubin Offenbach and Dr. Helen
Fagin.
Stieber has been a leader of
numerous Jewish philanthropic
and service organizations in New
York and in South Florida. He
serves as president of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
He has been active with the
Masons, B'nai B'rith, Israel
Bonds campaigns and the United
Jewish Appeal. He is a member
of the Bonds' Ambassador's
Society of Trustees and is Hall-
andale Beach chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. He
's Generation Scroll was presented to LUa Brecker, right, a
sident of the Hemispheres, recognizing her dedication and devotion
Israel and the Jewish community. From left are Harry A. Cohen,
eneral chairman of the Hemispheres' Israel Bonds event, and
.'illiam Littman, chairman of the board of governor* of the Broward
Dunty Bonds Organization.

.Ruth and Irving Serwitz received Israel's Peace Award at an Israel
(Dinner of State held at the HMerest Country Club, under the auspices
of the Israel Bonds Organization. Mr. and Mrs. Serwitz were honored
for their active participation in numerous Jewish service and
philanthropic organizations. From left are Joseph J. Bloom, chair-
man; Mr. and Mrs. Serwitz; Rev. John Stanley Grauel, a crew
member of the "Exodus" and Mideast expert and Joseph Raymond,
South Broward Israel Bonds campaign chairman.
fcEVITT 1 Fl
EINSTEIN
memorial chapels
HOLLYWOOD 1MI PtmbtoM ROM 921-7200
NORTH MIAMI 133*5 VK Dim* Hwy 949-6315
WEST PALM BEACH 4411 OBMChobM Blvd 6894700
'^K f \ jsbbsbbMsmbB
^O-C )

1 /
Otto Stieber
has served in numerous leader-
ship positions with the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Stieber is a founder of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
and the Albert Einstein Medical
Center in New York.
Religious
Directory
NORTH BROWARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Conservative Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
A. Neu.
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 215) Riverside
Orlve. Reform (44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9)06
57th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44-A)
MIRAMAR
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkln.
Cantor Joseph Wichelewskl. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE BETH EMET. Pines Middle
School, 200 NW Douglas Rd., Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Bennet Greenspon
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd., Hollywood. Conservative. Rabbi
Bernard P. Shoter.
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION. 400 5 NOb Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheon
J. Harr. (64)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA-
GOGUE. 7473 NW 4th St. (69)
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob Dan
ziger. (12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kongsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Landman. (47B)
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer. (451
EMPLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
I Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. i46)
I TEMPLE SINAI 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi Seymour Fried
man. Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Naftaly A. Linkovsky. (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood. Fla. 33021. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Robert P Frazin.
Cantor Michael Kyrr. (47C)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
FORT LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
Road. Ortnodox. Rabbi Moshe
Bomzer. (52)
AM-I'ST I 9MIO
monday
UESQAY WtDnESDAY
n [HE FA MILY MISSIC )N IS O 3MING m m
:i 4 5 6 7 8 J)
Augu st 5-15 ,1980
m 11 12 13 14 15 1(>
MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW!!!

17 is CAL 1!) L 921-8 2(> BIO F01 21 i DKTP 22 JLS 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
:i if ttf I-11 I.I M
William Littman (left) received Israel's Peace Award at the Temple
Beth El Israel Dinner of State, which was held in cooperation with the
Israel Bonds Organization. Littman is chairman of the board of
governors of the Broward County Bonds Organization. The award was
presented by Joseph Raymond, South Broward campaign chairman.
Mrs. Littman is in the center.
Ludwig and Berta Hess (right) received Israel's Generation Award,
recognizing their many years of Jewish communal service and their
leadership in Israel Bonds campaigns. The award is presented by
Walter Gartner.
TheTieThat Binds
Florida to Chicago
RIVERSIDE'
Memorial Chpl Inc r-unetai Dkci MIAMI BEACH
1B20 AHon Rd (Aon Rd Oupl|
1290 Normandy L> (N I CnapM)
NO MIAMI BEACH:
I64S0NE 19i Av INMBChapd)
HOLLYWOOO
223C Hollywood Blvfl (Hr*d Chip*)
SUNRISE:
1171 NW 6iA (Sunnta Chap*)
MIAMI
1717 SW 37HAv (On Cnapal)
WEST PALM BEACH
4714 OkaacnobM BNd (W PB CftapW)
/-mm *
3019 West Peterson Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60659
312/561 1890
llwiaiy BSBSSSH Lturt Watmttin
. J* A. WasSi fUkwl A. WanHttin
JMM>T tract
Hearing impaired: TTY 312/561 0655
FLORIDA:
305/454 0033 or 305/940-6705
DO NOT CONFUSE ORIGINAL WEINSTEIN and SONS. Inc.. WITH
ANY OTHER FUNERAL HOME HAVING A SIMILAR NAME
4900 GRIFFIN ROAD. HOLLYWOOO. FLORIDA
lemptc 3etki
Wemotlat
The all-Jewish cemetery in Broward
County. Peaceful surroundings, beau-
tifully landscaped, perpetual care, rea-
sonably priced.
For information call: 920-8225 or wrMot
TUtf^MTHIL /?/S-8w
13SI & 14th AVE. HOLLYWOOO. FLORIDA 33020
Please tsnd sue literature on the above.
NAME.-___________________--------------------------------
ADDRESS:
PHONE:
i


>'**t -.
TWJmsi
W Skofv of Greater HoUyuvod
Friday, February 22. log. '
DAYS 4 SUPER SAVINGS! E3jg
PRICES ft OFFERS GOOD THURS.. FEB. 21 thru WED.. FEB., 27
AT ALL STORES FROM FT. PIERCE TO KEY WEST
Pantry Pride
COFFEE
9**
Coffee
T
ORANGE
JUICE
69*
13-OZ
BAG
=..oe
Ritz Sodas 6 99*
SVWMTBAT LOW
f.w r* *c fc*f cv. worn ; cji ~-^ ccc _
?u4&UUd$*JA
^Pride
AWTti mot
RYE ncc
BREAD 2^z99v
BUY ONE GET ONE
M"
* M**4 MM It i
Bread
Petite Donuts 7V
Kaiser Rolls Sc. 69'
* **m --
Angel rood ling .c I
C **-OI Oi O* '4-OI **%*
Italian Bread io 59
Glazed Donuts 59
Mae* iftMv i*annee
O SI 49
I
tICttf M A
OFMtt ?OOlX'S E'C.jOlC '**i"IS AND
III!
FREE :
ml m > *f
CAM
HAlf GJWON JUG
CLOROX
BLEACH
Mm
Detergetrt^.
THE IATWUT1 H QUAAJTY A DCSK3A
TOP 0' THE LINE
Porcelain-Clad
'!Zi'm Sahaupa Design
DuPont SilverStone
NONSTICK
Cook ware ^
c: .At usomDVAMm
BUITONI
SPAGHEni SAUCE
*-C C-e-**.5 =c ;>.* .cost >sn*>s
HO* >^A-> EICXUENT FLAVOR

..->.*:..
5 89c D'Anjou Pears 2 J1
no.*.* .=! J=~i = .TV *W-
6rat*tnjH 5 ^ $1 Cucumbers 5 59c
Greet Ptpitn,49c Yams 3, 69c
ONA* t'oats mm
XW
US M KMUIMCI m
Genuine Idaho
Potatoes
iAC
5 LB. BAG
Cole Slav ,69c
lARSQUt
Chickens $1
#129
IS
Turkey Breast S89|
German Bologna "i W]
Salami or BolofW"!. *V
tSET! 6 r 89 Wunch^ i*"1 **'
"-Ml "" *ll
Lemons 10 S. 79* Austrian Swiss |
*9*H4mmmm.wm*V
Ripe Bananas T9^
=j---------------------- -^
m^^mmmmm^m^ m-,mmi >*** '. .
*-" MM ..* ,-
UU HAVOMO
Ail Mi KM UONO
fit* lip*
Tomitot$
>k!


Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID EWX21ZBNA_AETQ9H INGEST_TIME 2013-05-24T23:14:02Z PACKAGE AA00014307_00242
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES