The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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

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

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110 Number 6
Hollywood, Florida Friday, March 7,1980
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South Broward Pacesetters Show Solidarity |



RATION
H. Sullivan
[olocaust Survivor
'o Address Women
Jewish Federation of
Broward Women's
will hold its annual
| Luncheon on behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal-
Emergency Fund on
Bday, March 12, at the
rry Isle Country Club,
j to Corinne Kolodin and
i Schapiro, chairwomen.
$500 minimum com-
nt event will feature guest
Gerda Klein, an ex-
authority on the
val of the Jewish people.
, Klein is thef sole survivor
family and friends who
ent to concentration camps
fod in 1939.
1945, 4,000 women were
from this camp toward
jslovakia by the Gestapo.
is one of 200 women who
I the 1,000 mile march.
book, All But My Life, in
for 18 years, is in the
War Museum as a
ice work on European
and excerpts are now
Square Dance, Dinner
Slated Saturday
Jewish Federation of
I Broward Western Division
ld a country supper and
i dance Saturday, March 8,
p.m., according to Mr.
Irs. Fred Khani, Dr. and
[Robert Pittell and Dr. and
lurray Zedeck, chairmen.
event will be held at the
is' home, Ft. Lauderdale.
is the first year a division
been established in the
part of our community.
| far, we are receiving a lot of
ive feedback on the event
[the idea of organizing in this
ly growing area," explained
Chairmen.
lie Western Division
iership committee includes:
Ir. and Mrs. Bruce Benenfeld,
, and Mrs. Richard Blackburn,
Obi Bennett Greenspon, Mr.
Bobbie Levin (left) enjoys a dance with Dave Posnack.
being used as a portion of Per-
spectives In Literature in
secondary shools throughout the
American school system.
Mrs. Klein speaks extensively
for Jewish organizations and in
educational institutions all over
the U.S. With her busy schedule,
she still managed to find time to
write another book, The Blue
Rose, which made the children's
books best seller list. The book is
an introduction to a "different"
child.
Mrs. Klein is one of the
founders of the Blue Rose
Foundation, which hopes to
provide a facility for mentally
retarded young adults to farm,
care for animals and operate a pet
shop.
Mrs. Klein has received
numerous public honors ranging
from the Woman of the Year
Award from the National Council
of Jewish Women to a Doctorate
of Humane Letters degree from
Rosary Hill College in Buffalo,
N.Y.
and Mrs. Morris Hyman, Mr. and
Mrs. Joel Liss, Dr. and Mrs. Sam
Meline, Rabbi and Mrs. Paul
Plotkin, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Rubinstein, Mr. and Mrs. Sid
Schreidell. Rabbi and Mrs.
Bernard Shoter, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Tobias and Mr. and Mrs.
( Justin Weininger.
Metropolitan Pacesetter chairmen Jerry and Joan Raticon" (from left)
and Pacesetter chairmen Susan and Said Singer.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Annual
Pacesetter Dinner Dance held on
behalf of the 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund was a
peacetime display of solidarity
and commitment unpresedented
in the history of South Broward
Jewry, according to Pacesetter
chairmen Dr. and Mrs. Saul
Singer.
The campaign dinner was
keynoted by William H. Sullivan,
former ambassador to Iran.
In his address, Ambassador
Sullivan gave a review of the
history of the Islamic revolution
and told of his help to the Israelis
still in Iran at the time of the
Khomeini takeover.
Dr. Phil Levin, campaign
chairman, called upon South
Broward Jewry "to seize the
momentum generated by the
campaign dinner in order to meet
pressing human needs in South
Broward and in Israel made more
serious by our own double digit
inflation and Israel's annual
inflation rate now exceeding 114
percent."
Dr. Levin called the dinner "an
encouraging and heartwarming
indication that the decade of the
1980s will be one of landmark
achievement for South Broward
Jewry; a period of growth not
only for our community but also
in our support for the State of
Israel.
See photos on Pages 12
13.
Why We Care:' Jewish Survival Is
At Stake Through Our Efforts'
By PHILIP A. LEVIN, M.D.
We care because we un-
derstand that man does not live
by bread alone.
We care because we un-
derstand that although there is
no literal word for charity in the
Jewish language, there is a word,
Tzedakah, which means
righteousness.
We care because we un-
derstand that when we are
righteous we are only doing what
is incumbent upon us as Jews;
the doing of mitzvahs (good
deeds).
We understand that we are
here because we have a great
yichas-heritage, and we are
unique. We are the leaders
because we understand that only
through our caring can we lead.
We come from different
communities, but we are not that
different. Our goals, hopes and
aspirations are the same. We all
want the same things.
The questions before us are:
how do we achieve these goals
and what are our respon-
sibilities? The first, most im-
portant responsibility, it to
insure Jewish survival.
Is it possible that the Jewish
community can survive even if
we you and I do not
survive? Just last week while
discussing Purim I was telling
my daughter Jennifer the lesson
Mordechai gave us on Jewish
survival.
When Mordechai found out
about the plan of Human to kill
the Jews, he sent a letter to
Queen Esther asking for her help.
Queen Esther answered by
saying, "I cannot go to King
Achashverosh. Look what
happened to Queen Vaahtil I
cannot help save the Jews."
To this Mordechai replied,
"Queen Esther, the Jews will
survive with your help or without
it. That is not the question. The
question is, will you survive as a
Jew if you do not help?"
And so the question we face is
how can we you and I
survive as Jews?
Each of us has our own answer.
Let me give you mine.
If I were asked to condense
into one capsule one of the most
rewarding achievements of my
life, I would say it has been when
I was asked to stand and be
counted, I stood.
Are you standing with me?
Family Mission Leaders
Named for Israel Trip
Marlene and Al Finch have xa Israel, contact the Missions
been named Family Mission desk at the Jewish Federation of
chairmen for the upcoming 1 South Broward.
Jewish Federation of South
Broward annual Family Mission
to Israel.
Reservations are already being
accepted for the August 5-15
Mission.
"Due to the tremendous
success of last year's mission
program, we have received
numerous responses for space
reservations," noted the Fin-
ches.
Marlene and Al were par-
ticipants on the Federation's
Community Mission held last
November.
Al is a senior vice president for
finance and treasurer of
American Savings and Loan
Association.
Marlene and Al have three
children, Leah, Carrie and David.
For reservations and in-
formation on the Family Mission
Marlene and Al Finch


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TheJnrish Flohdian and S ho far ofGreater Hollywood
Friday, March 7. i;
Synagogue Role Explained
By Center's Rabbi Klein
By AMY WILPON
The rote of the synagogue is
three-fold ki any Jewish com-
munity said Rabbi Carl Klein of
the Hallandale Jewish Center
"The religious service should
be made attractive for the
participants and well-attended
The educational programming
should be interesting and
stimulating and the social aspect
should be entertaining and very
enjoyable
Of the 1.500 members of the
Jewish Center, located at 416
S E th Ave in Hallandale.
moat are year-round attendants,
but others affiliated for the
winter season because of their
snowbird status.
We cater mainly to older
menibeis of the community only
because that is who lives in this
area We do have Bar Bat
Miuvahs during the year and
some weddings, though. Rabbi
Klein said
The Jewish Center is always
full of people because of all the
activities taking place in the
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,
Receiving a plaque for his devotion to the Jewish Federation of Sooth
Broward and his 150 coaaecutive "Ask Abe" columns ha "The Jewish
Floridian" is (second from left i Abe Halpern. Looking on from left are
Joyce Newman. Federation president; Dr. Sam Meline. public
relations committee chairman; RocheQe Koenig. co-chairman; and
Somner G Kaye. Federation executive director.
Weiss, Newman Lead
Allocations Committee
R. Joel Weiss and Ted
Newman have been appointed to
serve as the chairman and co-
chairman, respectively, of the
1980 Allocations Committee of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
They replace Paul Koenig and
Nancy Bnzel. who have served
for the last two years.
The Allocations Committee is
charged with the responsibility of
dispersing the funds raised
during the 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
Weisft
Newman
The committee must determine
the validity of requests and level
of support that will be given to
re than 40 local, national and
(,: erseas ager.
We have made changes in the
allocations process that we hope
will permit the participation of
many members of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
family.'' commented Weiss
Dance
Festival
The fifth annual South Florida
Dance Festival will be held three
evenings Friday, March 7;
Saturday. March 8, and Sunday,
March 9 at 7 p.m. at the Art
and Culture Center, 1301 South
i Ocean Drive, Hollywood.
if
2 Ethnic dance, ballet and
"square dancing are among the
types of dancing that will be
exhibited.
Participating in this year'f
South Florida Dance Festival are
the Dance Center; young Greek
dancers from the Annuciatior.
z Greek Orthodox Church;
I Oranim. Israeli folk dancers
jj featuring Yusi Yanich; tht
Westernairs, square dancers; th<
Fort Lauderdaie Children';
Theater; Broward County Civic
Ballet; and the Meg Segretto
Dance Center, jazz and moderr
dance. I
"In addition, the Allocations
Committee, particularly in the
areas of local, national and
overaOM agencies, will have a
predetermined amount of money
to allocate to their respective
agencies This will create
meaningful discussion and
ity awtting for community
sen.
The entire allocations process
will start during the first week of
April and will be concluded with
the presentation of the com-
mittee's recommendations to the
board of directors of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward at
its June meeting.
Rabbi Carl Klein
newly renovated building. B'nai
B nth. Hadassah. the Men s Club
and Sisterhood all hold meetings
here, in addition to the wide
selection of adult education
classes that are offered.
Women play an active role in
the Beth TefiUah Congregation.
Rabbi Klein said. They are on the
pulpit to open the ark. have
ahvans and are also invited to
give sermons on Friday nights.
Rabbi Klein came to
Hallandale from Mexico, where
he was the only rabbi recognized
bv the Mexican government. He
speaks eleven languages
fluently and has been to Israel 15
times.
Many South Americans and
Cubans in the South Florida area
come to Rabbi Klein when they
prepare to convert to Judaism, as
he authored several books about
Judaism written in Spanish.
"When people come to
Hallandale to retire and join this
synagogue, they know what they
do here is for themselves. Up
north they often built
synagogues for their children and
grandchildren. Rabbi Klein
said. "Now they are building for
themselves."
mmmmmmmmmaam
1980 Women's Division
Nominating Committee
Jewish Federation
of South Broward
Ann Conn, chairwoman
Rochelle Koenig
Marian Levitats
Audrey Meline
Elaine Pittei!
Susan Singer
Evelyn Stieber
Eleanor Weiner (voice, no
vote!
iJeliberations be Kin March
10, 19*j Address names fur
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More service.
Riverside now has seven chapels to serve the
Jewish communities of Dade, Broward and Palm Beach
counties. But, more convenience is only one of the reasons
why since 1935, Riverside has been the standard by which
people compare funeral service.
At Riverside, families are served by the largest
Jewish staff of any funeral director in Florida. They are
people with a genuine understanding of families' needs,
regardless of financial circumstances.
At Riverside, families find total dedication
to Jewish tradition. And economical help in arranging
service between Florida and New York, or anywhere else
in the world.
Families expect more from Riverside.
We're trying to live up to that trust.
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Audio-Visual Production Is Triumph for Women
By GLORIA HESS
Editor's Note: Mrs. Hess is
editor of The Informer, the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward Women's Division
newsletter, cochairman of
Hillcrest Women's Division, and
a member of the Women's
Division board of directors.
When Beverly Shapiro and
Janie Berman met last summer
to set up a program for the
Emerald Hills / Hollywood Hills
1980 Jewish Federation of South
Broward Women's Division
campaign, the only thing they
were sure of was that they
wanted to do something entirely
different.
Mrs. Shapiro is Emerald Hills
chairperson; Mrs. Berman is New
Areas chairperson. They are
friends and they came to this
campaign with enthusiasm and
the commitment we see in so
many of our young Hollywood
women today.
"Together We Grow," con-
reived, written and directed by
Mrs. Shapiro and Mrs. Berman
(with the help of Haviva Shull
and Women's Division director
Susan Thomas), is put together
with creativeness and love.
THEIR IDEA of using local
children together with Israeli
children in a side-by-side com-
parison of growing up from birth
to young adulthood, and
depicting, with great sensitivity,
why we must support and en-
courage our Israeli youth, is
innovative and moving. It is as
professional as anything we have
seen in this category.
The script, as written by these
dedicated volunteers, instilled a
""sense of Jewish commitment and
brought financial support from
Janie Berman
such a credible institution as the
University of Miami, which
assigned a student, Susan
Pardon, to assist in the project,
for which she received graduation
credits.
A major Miami sound studio,
"Traks," put the sound together,
and Robert Berkowitz, of "Multi-
Vision," one of the brightest and
most enthusiastic producers in
the field of communications,
computer-programmed all the
visuals. The voices are those of
professional actors, who gave
their talent and time freely after
reading the script.
THE PICTURES of Israel and
the Israeli children were taken by
our Federation photographer, Al
Barg, while on a UJA Mission.
The local children were
photographed by Barg and Mrs.
Shapiro's son, Craig, along with
Adam Palmer and several others.
The Jerusalem Post contributed
the new pictures.
The aim for a different kind of
program has certainly been met.
is unlimited, with women like
Mrs. Shapiro and Mrs. Berman,
who have shown us what can be
done with an original idea with
dedication and commitment and
a great deal of hard work.
Let's keep "Hollywood" in
Hollywood.
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but more than that, this project
is planned to involve the women
of our community in Federation's
work and needs.
THE SHOW will be used first
at the coffees in Emerald Hills
and Hollywood, and then at
various fundraising functions in
our area. National UJA has
expressed an interest in acquiring
it for use in other parts of the
country and in Israel.
It is comforting to know that
Hollywood's leadership potential
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iaaae -rargg shows just how
s*:re.j iaskrupt the Dade
r.a public school
a. and that a change in
aiai.s.strative personnel.
3r-.Vs,^ii-r.a. and elected, is an
2S"2"c7J must if we are ever
-: ::or : .-. ::' tkt of :he
esc :t rarr" unity ignorance and
il-^irsc;. isa: ^ed to such an
aafuxnxxjoo x the first place.
: wad '* xurageous act by
j preas in jvestigating the
aoer and z denying the charges
** ecntu my warm moment
:t r/T^jathy with it
' aoac of that does the press
ifcc ra --.'.-bartiaa to
:he reason behind its
10 publish the artide in
qneaooc. let alone to apologize
rt Aac why should it** .\fter
aft*, the press agrees
Coasader one particular Dade
DBcy newspaper s treatment of
aouce the other
SClTW
BUT THE Jackaon artide a
not of the same order at all The
*k of one of tbe cataatrv's most
the trrria of otbar aoch notices on
some back pace Is there any
doubt that a Black or Hispanic
leader wooid have rated features
and atonea day after day on Page
One" ParucolariT a kxahte''
OR CONSIDEat that paper's
repeated manic pobbcacioc of the
anti-Israel sentiments of George
Ball, who stiD smarts that it was
not he bat Cyras Vance whom
President Carter named
Secretary of State and who. when
he still had vanoaw of Sbng that
office, inundated The JeuritK
Flondum with artidea of his that
one could only i has ai n 1111 as
doyingry tweet at the cause of
Israel n the MakOeEaac
Why shousd this press now
choose to publish Ball's bitter
post-election Reajpohtik when it
flagrantly ignored hk pre-Cyrus
Vance cloyasg eeonomiums
which he then sent to Tkt Jeuish
Flondum as second best?
It is hard to answer this
question without psadng the
answer within the framework of a
front page story of that press last
autumn purportane; to be a study
that concludes that asiddle class
Jews are largely affluent, in-
fluential and grandiose suburban.
SUCH STUPIDITY, such I
bigotry and such bairn to the
soul of the Black and the
Hispanic, the barn where the
sacred oxen are these days
stashed Why then apologize for
a ptece of Jesse Jackson ef-
frontery" Only Jews are involved.
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A Dedication to Life
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to Jew or sec-Jew;
/w/ At Beth El This Sunday
JJaies B Gordon will be
honored Sunca;- March 9. at
7-~- '--'-- '- --- ----- Je*>.
Feoera^oc of South Brow arc
aaaac.: r-upport of the
1980 Combsnec Jewish Appea':-
bdbi Eaaarasai pj Pasatl
aasWr I S Senator
tbchard Stone, who anl pse an
asaade Israeh update.
ardent supporter of local
a a aaecner of the Federation s
of trustees, a campaign
leader at Ualahad III
president and one of the
\:nencar. Friends of
Univarsitj. Hal la
HoU>-wood chapter'
He is a Guardian and a
of the Miami Home and
'. and at Douglas
i.-.u jer\t-i as treasurer
Hollywood cnapter
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baajdan
Hebrew
mdale.
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Hospital
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Gordon holds the office of
financial secretarv of Temple
Beth El
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*ystem jj ice laa worst n ^se
aacasa. ae ta~^t acw a*.-: -_-.*
a a aa the fikfc.
It is (kas ftxr.g ihac cUdxcn of aiiu j ace
indchikirec are expecteci v. be amoog ice
rtend -g ice Works Gathering and that
njadnl inajnajajni anl -~ ctjx.^^c j nM :':r In
What cnocersas survtvors most is rhar -ae
aorrors erf ice Nazi period anil not be forgotten.
of the advanced age of most of them, this
be the only time they arfl be abie to
such a gathenn^
Bat at aaast be at 11 and that the gathering is no:
only to remember the Holocaust bet to testify to the
Jewish wil to me and sorvival. It cornea 36 years
after the iaberauon of the concentrmtax: omps. whicc
is twice Chad I ISi. the Jewish symboi for 1 'e.
The drrhrstioo to life is also symboiiaed is that
the gathering will be in Israel, the Jewish State that
was created to provide a bom
well as to express the Jewish
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Friday, March 7,1980
The Jewhh" Fbrtdktn and Shofar of Greater'Hollywood
Page 5
Children With Learning Disabilities
Can Enter Jewish Day Schools
The subject of children's
I learning disabilities has gained
[increased recognition and at-
I tention by educators.
Occasionally and erroneously,
['exceptional children" and
learning disabled children" are
[used interchangeabley. while the
[two terms are related, they are
not equivalent.
"Learning disability" is used
i describe a specific type of
child.
"Children with specific lear-
disabilities (educationally
ipaired) are defined as those
children who have a disorder in
or more of the basic
sychological pr
! understandir
processes involved
understanding or in using
anguage, spoken or written,
Yhich disorder may manifest
in imperfect abilities to
listen, think, speak, read, write,
Bpell or do mathematical
[ilculations... They do not in-
e learning problems which
i due primarily to visual,
Hearing or motor handicaps, to
nental retardation, emotional
sturbance or to environmental
isadvantage." +1978 Education
All Handicapped Children

Act. (Public Law 94-142)
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
working through the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
recognized the special
educational needs of its Jewish
learning-disabled population.
Following a year-long survey
of the Jewish day and sup-
plementary schools in Dade and
South Broward counties, an
attempt to ascertain data on the
identified and / or high-risk
enrolled children, a grant request
was made to the Foundation of
Jewish Philanthripies of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and to the Jewish
Federation of South Broward in
order to implement a pilot
demonstration program for
Jewish learning-disabled
children.
THE ULTIMATE goal was, of
course, to provide Jewish
educational services for all areas
of exceptionality (mentally
retarded, emotionally disturbed,
physically handicapped, gifted,
and learning disabled), after the
pilot learning disability program
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psentinn a check to Reva Wexler, Jewish Federation of South
llmward campaign director (second from left) are members of the
l)uvid Ben-Gurion Culture Club from left Carl Rosenkopf, Murray
ftv'eintraub and Sam Shutter. The money is to support the Federation s
11)80 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
Vote for
Al J.Jacobsen
for Mayor of the City of Hollywood
March 11
Who la looking forward to serving
tha citizens of tha City of Hollywood
With Honaat and Slncara
Municipal Government...
For the People end
By the People
Resident of Florida for 30 year"
Veteran and Business Man
Lived In Hlaleah for 23 yaara and
had been politically active than
Living In Hollywood for 7 yaara
My door will always bo open and
I have tha expertise to expedite
your needs
Pd. Pol. Adv.. Paid lor by Commute* to Eloct Al J. J*cobMO. Al. J. J*coo*on, TrM*
proved a successful, viable effort
for the community to appreciate.
Funds were granted for a year-
long pilot project (and sub-
sequently renewed and increased
for a second year). CAJE
organized a Department of
Special Education in September
1978 with Dr. Deborah Talansky
Lerer as director of the program.
A January date was set for
implementation of the classes.
In the hopes of selecting the
most appropriate day school and
synagogue schools, Dr. Lerer
sent a feasibility survey to each
school with questions pertaining
to the number of identified an-
d/or high-risk learning disabled
children enrolled, physical ac-
commodations, on-staff per-
sonnel, who could participate in
the pilot project and the attitude
of the professional and lay
leadership about the inclusion of
special classes within their
framework.
CAJE was to provide 50
percent of the special education
teacher's salary (the remaining
income to come from school or
supplementary school, tuition) as
well as the materials needed. It
was vital to select a locale for the
pilot that would generate the
greatest success and create the
best model for future special
education programs.
EVALUATION OF the data
for the survey led to the selection
of Beth Shalom Hebrew Day
School (Hollywood) and four
synagogue schools Temple
Judea (Coral Gables), Temple
Israel (Kendall). Beth Torah
(North Miami Beach) and Temple
Sinai (Hollywood) for the
location of the classes.
In addition, two community
classes were organized for those
children with learning problems
who were currently not enrolled
in any supplementary classes in
religious school.
The day school special
education program would en-
compass both secular and Judaic
work, while the supplementary
classes would concentrate on
Judaic studies.
Beth Shalom Hebrew Day
School espouses a dual academic
program of enriched secular and
Judaic studies. For those
children entering the school after
first grade who have had no
Hebrew background a special
track exists.
HISTORICALLY, however,
the general accelerated academic
atmosphere of most day schools
creates an environment that is
prohibitive to any child with
severe learning problems.
Such is not the case, though,
for those students with mild
disabilities whose defects could

2
Jewish Education and YOU
be successfully remediated in a
resource-mainstream situation. If
these children are identified and
serviced in the early elementary
years, they often can leam to
compensate for their deficits, rely
on their strengths, and handle
the work.
SMALL GROUPS of three to
five children came to the Lear-
ning Center for one to two hours
a day between four and five times
a week. An attempt was made to
keep the groups homogenous in
grade placement.
During those hours, academic
and affective support in secular
and Judaic work was given with
an emphasis on basic learning
skills. Language arts experiences
and Hebrew content were utilized
in remediating skill deficits.
Perceptual and deficit-oriented
training was used as background
activity and means of skill and
A myriad of
games supple-
task training,
teacher-made
mented the Judaic materials that
were available for all the Lear-
ning Center children.
Weekly folders for each
student were kept replete with
the skill deficits, behavioral and
academic objectives and progress
for each child. End-of-term
evaluations were given to the
children and the reports sent to
Dr. Lerer. Plans and goals for
time limits in the Learning
Center were offered with the
ultimate objective of complete
mainstreaming of most of the
children within a year or two.
The two learning disability
specialists (secular and Judaic
studies) worked with Dr. Lerer
and in concert with each other
and communicated with the
classroom teachers as much as
possible.____________________
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 Laudeidale, Florida 33313
742-6000
In Dade, call 861-7301
In Palm Beach, call 833-0887
BE SURf TO INCLUDE THE NAME. DATE AND TIME OF
DEATH OF THE DEPARTED
IRSCMHAOM BROS
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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.
ANN KOLB
ENDORSES
JOHN WILLIAMS
FOR RE-ELECTION
ASYOUR
CITY COMMISSIONER
ANNE KOLB
[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
VOTE TUES' MARCH 11 h j $aj "A" Punch 84 Pd. fol. Adv. J. WIIHems Campaign. Tommy Wohl. Trees

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Friday, March 7,1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page
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Special Singles Events Scheduled for Spring
The Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center,
North Miami Beach, has planned
a variety of events in the months
of March and April for the JCC
Sngles "social cluster" groups.
9 Sunday, March 9. Co-ed
volleyball 6-8 p.m. every other
Sunday.
I Tuesday, March 11. Single
parent rap session 8 p.m.
"Everything You Should Know
About Marriage and Kids Before
Trying Another Marriage ."
with Richard Schaeffer, PhD,
Chairman, Psychology Dept.,
Barry College.
Wednesday, March 12 and
Thursday, March 13. Planning
meetings 7:30 p.m. Future
events will be planned. Come to
one or both come prepared.
Satarday, March 15. 20-35
social cluster beer and pizza
party 8:30 p.m. Meet at
Figaro's, 316 NE 167 St., North
Miami Beach, (pay as you go).
I Sunday, March 16. Special
event Meet at Greynolds Park
Log Shelter, NE 22nd Ave. and
Miami Gardens Drive 10:30
a.m. on we'll be there. Bring
the kids, trames and. of course,
food to B.B.Q. Drinks, snacks
and desserts provided.
Tuesday, March 18. Single
parent rap session 8 p.m. "God
Makes Single Parents, Too ."
with Kabbi Louis Ledderman,
Temple Beth Moshe leading the
group.
I Wednesday, March 19. An
evening of good music and expert
commentary by Richard Jay,
Program Host for WTMI and
Bditoi of Miami International
magazine. Bring your favorite
records to share and enjoy music,
wine, cheese and each other. 8
p.m. at 6848 SW 9th St., Pem-
broke Pines.
I Friday, March 21. Oneg
Shabbat party. 30-45 Social
Cluster Group. A toast to the
Spring Season, held at Carmel
Tennis Club, 1860 NE 142nd St.,
North Miami Beach. Dining
Dancing-Drinking .9:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 22. A
dining treat "The Hidden
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Lauderdale restaurant. Meet at
Sky Lake Mall parking lot (near
Pantry Pride at 7:30 p.m. to car
pool or meet at restaurant, 2900
Riomar St., Fort Lauderdale.
This event is for the 40-55 Social
Cluster Group come prepared
to feast and frolic, (pay as you
go).
% Tuesday, March 25, Single
parent rap session 8 p.m.
"where Are We Going" open
discussion with Jay Woolfstead,
M.S., Family Counselor.
t Wednesday, March 26. Dani a
jai-alai the 50 plus Social
Cluster Group will meet at
Bootsie's, 1201 E. Hallandale
Beach Blvd., Hallandale at 7 p.m.
for a lucky pre-game drink (or
their parking lot at 7:30 p.m.)
and then car pool to Dania
together. We have limited
discount tickets. Call Marcia,
940-2199 evenings, for reser-
vations before March 14.
Wednesday, March 19. An
evening of good music and expert
commentary by Richard Jay,
Program Host for WTMI and
Editor of Miami International
Magazine. Bring your favorite
records
Saturday. March 29. Spring
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dance the 20-35 Social Cluster
Group is holding a spring Dance
at the Program Building of the
JCC. There will be refreshments
and super music.
9 Saturday, April 5. Moonlight
cruise 30-45 Social Cluster
Group will meet in the Sky Lake
Mall Parking Lot (near Pantry
Pride) at 9 p.m. to car pool to
Cruise Ship, Spirit of Miami.
Exciting evening on the ocean
includes entertainment and
dancing. There is a $6 boarding
fee. Call Vicky at the JCC for
reservations.
t Tuesday, April 8. Single
parent rap session 8 p.m. "If
Your Child is Boss, It's Time To
Fire Him%Her." Discussion led
by Ann Ruben, Ph.D., Marriage
and Family Counselor.
Saturday, April 12. Party at
Cecile's sponsored by the 50
plus Social Cluster Group. Held
at 451 NE 177th St. North Miami
Beach. Good food good fun.
Call Vicky 932-4200 (days),
Cecile, 651-2834 (eve.)
Sunday, April 13. Brunch
plus the 40-55 Social Cluster
Group is having a brunch plus -
share with Dr. Steven Rievman
his expertise on hypnosis and
how it can help singlehood. Held
in Katz Auditorium of the JCC.
Tuesday, April 15. Single
parent rap session 8 p.m. Held
in the Trailer on the grounds of
the JCC, Dr. marvin Silverman,
Child and Family Counselor will
discuss "techniques As Tools To
Raise Responsible Children."
Tuesday, April 17. Coconut
Grove Playhouse is presenting a
daring musical revue "The
Club." The JCC Singles have
limited discount tickets for select
center seats $7.50 per person.
Contact Vickv. 932-4200 (davs)
and Ruth, 961-6871 (evenings).
This one is sure to be a sellout.
Saturday, April 19. Co-ed
tennis 7 p.m. at the JCC Tennis
courts. All ages may par-
ticipate spectators welcome.
For additional information and
details on each of the Singles
Events for March and April,
contact Vicky Kellert, Michael-
Ann Russell JCC program
associate for special groups at
932-4200. ext. 209.
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AttndDU x a recent Holly brook Diaaer held m behalf of the JmM
Federation of South B reward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fond campaign are seated from left Manya Weeskr.
Sylvia Goldenberg and Laura Framberg. boaoree. Standing from left
are Lester Wei. Dr. Joe Stein, chairman: Lillian Weil. Dr. Jack
Wessier. Sylvia Stein. Barid Fromberg. boaoree; Dr. Alei
Goldenberg. Esther and Mo* Marco* and Jackie Levin*.
left are Dr Joe Stem. Manya Wesaler. Sylvia Stein. Harry
Goldsteia. Roland Baxt. Evelyn Goldstein. George Fmneman. Laura
and Bernard Fromberg and Rhea Krieger.
Sen. Stone
Scheduled
At Beth El
Temple Beth El. to benefit the
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund, will
present U.S. Senator Richard
Stone speaking on "A Mid-East
Israeli Up-Date." on Sunday.
March 9. at 9 a.m in the Tobin
Auditorium of the temple.
Hollywood.
The public is invited.
On Wednesday. March 19. at 8
p.m.. the Temple Beth El
Brotherhood will present in
concert the American Balalaika
Company in the Tobin
Auditorium of the temple.
They sing, they dance, they
play. offering contemporary
songs, show tunes, classical
music and ethnic dancing and
much more.
Tickets available at the door
Refreshments. The public is
invited.
Salute to Israel Parade
Is Scheduled for May 4
The North Dade Midrasha. in
conjunction with various other
Jewish institutions of the North
Dade community, has announced
plans for a North Dade Salute to
Israel Parade."
"This will be a unique op-
portunity for the entire North
Dade community to come out and
show their support for the State
of Israel, in celebrating Israels
32nd anniversary." said Phil
Kates, chairman of the Salute to
Israel Parade Committee.
The North Dade Salute to
Israel Parade will take place on
Sundav. May 4, in the morning.
A parade route is presently being
worked out witn the city of North
Miami Beach
Al Nirenberg. assistant youth
director of Beth Torah
Congregation and coordinator of
the parade, said that "it is really
our hope to get the entire
community, especially the Jewish
vouth. to march in this parade
and show their support tM
solidarity with the State 0f
Israel.
"There will be floats, marchine
bands, an entire group of downs
costumes and flags. This will
really be the kind of community
activity in which we hope the
entire family comes out to
participate in and observe."
To date, the other institutions
involved in the parade will be:
Temple Sinai, the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
Beth Torah Congregation, the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center, and Temple
Adath Yeshurun.
Other synagogues and other
institutions are being requested
to join in and support the parade.
For more information about
becoming a sponsor for the
parade, or entering as a marching
unit, call Al Nirenberg at 947.
7528.
Israeli Dance
Israeli folk dancing is an on-
going event at the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center each Sunday evening. 8
p-m.-ll p.m.. in the Wee
Gvmnasium. North Miami
Beach.
The popularity of these classes
continues to grow due to the
expertise of instructor Ira
Weisburd
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'My Fair Sadie9 Here
Beth Shalom Players from Tickets mav 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:
Mollie Roloff, Ed Fellows, Ully
Lev, Abe Rosenberg, Brad
Buschel. Ed Growick, Judy
Hecker, Toni Weissberg, Ellen
Katz. Sandy Kalter. Steve
Schacter, Barry Katz, and
Sharon Lallouz.
Hadassah
Luncheon
The Hollywood chapter of
Hadassah will hold its annual
Donor Luncheon on Tuesday,
March 18, at the Diplomat Hotel
Convention Hall at noon.
The speaker of the day will be
Josephine Newman.
Entertainment will be provided
?by the Greater Miami Opera
Association. All members who
raise or donate $75 or more will
receive invitations.
President of the Hollywood
chapter is Leona Brauser,
Chairperson of the day is Sylvia
Scharage. Program chairperson
is Ann Hurwitz. Publicity
chairperson is Esther Sklar.
Pianist Bloch
To Perform
Pianist Boris Bloch will
perform a program of Bach and
Liszt on Thursday, March 13,
8:30 p.m., in the Deakter
Auditorium of Beth Torah
Congregation, 1051 North Miami
Beach Blvd.
Bloch'8 artistry has been
hailed by critics and audiences
throughour the world.
Tickets are still available for
this concert at the door. They can
also be purchased at the Michael-
Ann Russell JCC, North Miami
Beach, and Beth Torah
Congregation, 1501 N.E. Miami
Beach Blvd.
Dave Keating
is running for re-election
The Hollywood Sun-Tattler and the
Miami Herald have endorsed
Mayor Dave Keating
his last four elections.
Vote Tuesday, March 11
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The Jewish Floridianand Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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'Politicians And Jewish Values' Set
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division Career Women's Council
will participate in "Race For
Influence," a discussion on the
Jewish consciousness of political
candidates, according to Nancy
Atkin and Elaine Fleisher,
chairwomen.
The event, scheduled for
Wednesday, March 26, at 7:30
p.m. at the Federation office, will
feature panelists Mollie Brilliant,
representing the views of the
Jewish Women's Political
Caucus; Hollywood City
Commissioner Nicki Grossman,
representing the views of the
National Council of Jewish
Women; and Dr. Ira Sheier,
representing the views of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC).
Variety Show Set
The South Ocean Chapter of
Women's American ORT now
has tickets for its annual variety
show to be held at the
Hemispheres Ballroom in
Hallandale on Tuesday, March
11, at 8:30 p.m. Procees will go to
the chapter.
Reservations and information
are available by calling Julia
Ascher.
Participants at a recent Galahad Court Branch held on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund are from left Harry Sussman, chairman;
Jeanette Sussman; Rabbi Elihu Steinhorn, guest speaker; Estelle and
David Lippman, honorees.

From left are Morton Barris, social club president; David Ehrlich, co-
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sponsoring a brunch for
Diplomat Towers residents,
Sunday, March 9 at 10 a.m.
The event is being held in
support of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward 1980 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund.
Guest speaker for the brunch is
Dr. Meron J. Levitats. A Sabra,
Dr. Levitats came to the United
States when he was a young boy.
He is a graduate of the medical
school of the State University of
New York and currently practices
in Hollywood.
Dr. Levitats is a prime
example of a busy man who still
finds the time to work for the
Jewish people. He has a keen
interest in Jewish education and
has been involved in the Hillel
Community Day School as vice
president. He served on the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward'8 board of directors and
Jewish Education Committee.
For several years, he was
active with Federation's
Leadership Development
Committee. He was the recipient
of the Hy and Belle Schlafer
Young Leadership Award.
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.
Accepting a plaque on behalf of Presidential Towers' outstanding
service and devotion to the Jewish Federation of South Broward's
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund is Charles Gerd,
chairman (right). Presenting the plaque (at left) is Dr. Philip A. Levin,
Federation campaign chairman.
From left are Charles Gerd, Evelyn Richman, sponsor chairman;
Danny Tadmore, guest speaker; and Dr. Philip A. Levin.
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Making plans for the Jewish Federation of Sooth Broward Women's
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scheduled for Monday, April 28, at Emerald Hills Country Club are
seated from left Bobbie Levin, co-chairwoman; Natalie Bluth, co-
chairwoman; and Ruth Rodensky. Standing from left are Terry
Geronemus, Barbara Peretz and Ruth Galvin.
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Herman Arenson will be
honored at Olympus' annual
breakfast in support of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign.
The event is scheduled for
Sunday, March 9, at 11 a.m. in
the social hall of the 500 "A"
Building.
Guest speaker is Danny
Tadmore.
Alma Deligtisch
to be Honored
Residents of Presidential
Towers will gather to celebrate a
Night in Israel on Monday
evening, March 17, at 8 p.m.
Alma Deligtisch will receive the
Generation Award from the State
of Israel.
The event, under the auspices
of the State of Israel Bonds
Organization, is an annual affair.
Mrs. Deligtisch is a member of
the Bonds' Prime Minister's
Club, reflecting Bond purchases
at the highest levels. She is a life
member of Hadassah and
Technion and has long been
active in Jewish communal af-
fairs.
Guest entertainer will be Eddie
Schaffer, the Jewish humorist.
Boutique Sale
A boutique sale will be held on
Sunday, March 9, at the bay side
pool of the Hemispheres, 1965
South Ocean Drive. Proceeds will
be applied to South Ocean
Chapter of the South Broward
Region of Women's American
ORT.
Hi Rise Support
of 1980 CJA-IEF
Presenting a plaque to Quadomain honoreea Karol and Phil Albert
(second and third from left) to Nat Sedley, a member of Quadomain'a
committee. Looking on are Meyer Epstein, chairman; and NoNo
Razinovsky, guest speaker.
Presenting a plaque to Galahad III honorees Lee and Harold Schakne I
is Jules B. Gordon, (left) Galahad III chairman. The Schaknes were
honored at Galahad Ill's annual breakfast held on behalf of the
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Bh7,1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
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a plaque at a Trafalgar I breakfast in their honor are I
ther and Joseph Betel. The event was held on behalf of the'
eration of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal
rgency Fund. At left is Morris Feinstein, building com
bight is Steve Marlowe, building chairman.
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[are Al Goldberg, co-chairman; Steve Marlowe, Rosalie and
i-mlmid, committee members.
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and the Florida cities of Miami,
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The fare is subject to gover-
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30,1980.
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The new Delta fare is good on
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Rokeach Offers New
I. Rokeach & Sons, Inc., a
pioneer in Kosher Food Process-
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in 1870. Made of 100 percent
coconut oil, it was an important
contribution to the Jewish way of
life. It made kitchen soap avail-
able to homes that otherwise
would not have the benefit of a
soap for cleaning dishes.
Now, Rokeach has created a
Kosher soap pad. Called Soft 'N
Tough, it is soft on one side for
cleaning, and tough on the other
side for scrubbing. It meets all
the standards of the Kosher laws
1 and may be used for Passover.
Rokeach, whose products are
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Food Products, expanding their
Kosher Creation
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They include: "Cake In The
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Quadomain Israeli Night Olympic Athletes Are Served Kasha
Participants at Quadomain's Israeli Night, sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward, are from left Sam Koffler, co-chairman;
Meyer Epstein, chairman; Nancy and Dr. Herbert Bruel, presenters
of an Israeli slide show. The slide show was an update on Israel. Dr
Bnzel spent several weeks in Israel as an exchange doctor at
Hadassah Hospital.
Kneeling from left are entertainers David Eisenman and Joan Kaplan.
Standing from left are Richard Peretz, Dianne Stahl. Matthew
Silver-.! Netz. Federation shaliach; and Sam Alpert.
Yiddish Film Series
A series of four pre-World War
II Yiddish films will be presented
and discussed on four con-
secutive Wednesday evenings
beginning April 9 at 8 p.m. in the
Katz Auditorium at the Michael-
Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center, North miami Beach.
The films, in order of
presentation, are "Mirele Efros,"
"A Brivele Der Mamen," "Yiddle
With His Fiddle" and "The
Cantor's Son."
All films are in Yiddish with
English subtitles. They give a
perspective of life in Jewish
Eastern Europe.
Subscriptions are $8.
Individual tickets will be $2.50
per admission. There will be an
additional showing for senior
citizens on Thursday mornings at
10 a.m. beginning April 10 for $1
per admission. Tickets may be
purchased through themail or at
the Center.
Discussion and entertainment
leader for the evening per-
formances only will be Sender
Wajsman, a survivor of World
War 11 and for 25 years director
ot the workman's Circle Camps in
Cleveland, Boston and toronto.
Jewish families and those with
Eastern European roots for many
years have used kasha as a
delicious and economical food
product. Kasha, derived from
buckwheat, also is the highest
source of usable protein for
humans in the vegetable
kingdom.
James Britton, deputy director
for marketing of the 1980 Winter
Olympics in Lake Placid, N.Y.,
announced that kasha was to be
served to all competing athletes
in the Olympics.
"This will be the first time that
kasha has been part of the Olym-
pic menu. The inclusion of kasha,
roasted buckwheat kernels, is
largely due to the nutritional
value. Buckwheat contains twice
the amount of B vitamins as
wheat. It is also a rich source of
potassium, phosphorus, and
rutin, a substance believed to be
of aid in preventing arterio-
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Game Night Set
The Broward Zionist District
plans a social evening at the
Hollywood Federal Savings and
Loan Association Building.
Hallandale Beach Blvd. and
Three Isles Dr. Hallandale.
Those attending are asked to
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Irwomen, Brenda
in and Florence Roth
a full program for the
tian 90 women in at-
tendance. Guest speaker, Bar-
bara Shulman told of her recent
trip to Poland and Israel.
Afternoon entertainment was
provided by Rabbi Rashi Shapiro
and a choral group from the Hillel
Community Day School. The
group included Noam Bunder,
Ilya Gamel, Andrea Klein and
RafyLevy.
| from left are Fannie Shifrin, Mire Berezin, Roz Ratner and
Briefer. Standing from left are Bea Mogilowitz, Henna
f, Dorothy Lipson, Jeanette Sussman, Matilda Kimelblot, Lila
i and Ada Klinkenstein. _____________^_____
from left are Ann Cohn, Edith Frost and Rea Poanack.
ig from left are Bobbie Levin, Brenda Greenman, co-chairman
day; Barbara Shulman, guest speaker; Delia Rosenberg,
ign vice president; Florence Roth, co-chairman of the day; Mina
stein and Maria Bollt. _____ ____
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. from left are Evelyn Fn-ilich. Olga Goldberger and Ethel
[in Standing from left are Ann Lubr. Betty Solondz, Mollie
Raye Wollman. Lee Schatzberg. Sadie Berger and Bea
HIAS to Help Indochinese Refugees
HIAS, the worldwide Jewish
migration agency, supported in
part by the Jewish Federation of
South Hroward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund, has reported that during
the month of January it assisted
a total of 760 Indochinese
refugees, consisting of 236 family
units, to resettle in the United
States.

I from left are Merle Schneider, Mary Zinn and Marion Levitats
ling from left are Mary Gottlieb, Benita Schwartz, Beverly
ro, JoAnn Katz and Esther Gordon, Women's Division
idem.
*
from left are Joan Raticoff, Carol Morgnutstn and Karen
luliea. Standing from left are Natalie Bluth, Judy Barron, Selma
, RocheUe Koenig and Susan Singer.
Gaynor I. Jacobson, the
organization's executive vice
president, stated that these
people are now residing in
communities from coast to coast
and are receiving whatever help
and guidance they require from
Federation and their professional
Jewish family service agencies,
as well as synagogues and in-
dividual sponsors.
Workmen's Circle Sets Installation
The Workmen's Circle, Branch
1070, will hold a special tenth
anniversary and installation of
the new slate of officers for 1980,
at Valle's Restaurant, 10th
Avenue and E. Hallandale Beach
Blvd., Hallandale, on Thursday,
March 13, at noon.
An observance has been
arranged by the committee,
headed by Arnold Sisk, the
membership and program
director, who announces that
membership has passed the 650
mark, and will reach 700 soon.
Goal is 1000 members by the end
of the current year.
Two delegates elected to the
WC Convention in Mt. Airy, Pa.,
are Mary Denerstein and Dave
Rosen.
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.
The new slate of officers is
chairman: Abe West; first Vice-
Chairman: D. Rosen; second
V ice-Chairman M. Diamond;
Financial secretary: Lena Roht;
Treasurer: H. Freeman and
Recording Secretary: M.
Denerstein.
Tickets may be obtained from
Lena Roht, 320 N.E. 12 Ave..
Hallandale.
HIAS and the cooperating
communities employ the same
expertise and resources in the
resettlement of these refugees,
many of them boat people, as
with Jewish refugees from the
Soviet Union and elsewhere.
With the full approval of the
American Jewish community,
HIAS is committed to the U.S.
Government to assist 6.000
Indochinese refugees this year,
compared with 4,000 in 1979.
"It is simply a matter of
former boat people with long
memories helping today's victims
of political upheaval," stated
Edwin Shapiro, president of
HIAS.
HIAS is a beneficiary of the
United Jewish Appeal and
organized Jewish communities of
the country. In 1979, it assisted
more than 30,000 Soviet Jews to
migrate and resettle, the vast
majority in the United States.

Women's Division Coffees
Following are dates and times
of upcoming Jewish Federation
of South Broward Emerald Hills
and Hollywood Hills Women's
Division Coffees:
Monday, March 10,9:30 a.m.
Monday, March 10,8 p.m.
Thursday, March 13,9:30 a.m.
Monday, March 17,10 a.m.
Monday, March 17,8 p.m.
Tuesday, March 18,8 p.m.
Wednesday, March 19, 9:30
a.m.
Wednesday, March 19,8 p.m.
Thursday, March 20,9:30 a.m.
Monday, March 24,10 a.m.

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 7,1980
Leningrad Trials Not Over
For This Jewish Prisoner
Joseph Mendelevich, a Jewish
Prisoner of Conscience in the
Soviet Union, was sentenced in
1977 to 12 years' imprisonment
for his part in a plan to escape
from the country with a group of
other Soviet Jews.
In April" 1979, most of those
tried and sentence with Joseph at
the Leningrad Trails were given
an early release and are now in
Israel. This was undoubtedly due
to constant public pressure and
public opinion. Among the three
who are still in prison in Joseph
Mendelevich.
The continued incarceration of
Mendelevich is no longer solely a
denial of human rights it is a
matter of life and death. His
physical condition has
deteriorated alarmingly over the
past nine years.
Mendel Gordin, a physician
from the Soviet Union now a
professor of medicine at the
Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem,
treated Joseph for many years in
the Soviet Union.
Based on his early medical
history and the scanty in-
formation on his current state of
health, Gordin believes Joseph's
health to be in "grave jeopardy"
and his "prospects for survival
very limited."
tinued disregard of Joseph's
state of health is inhuman. He is
denied treatment for his various
ailments and his detention is a
slow death sentence.
To help the life of Joseph
Mendelevich, voice your opinion
to Secretary General Leonid
Brezhnev, The Kremlin, Moscow,
RSFSR, U.S.S.R. or Ambassador
Anatoly Dobrynin, Soviet
Embassy. 1125-16th St., N.W.,
Washington, D.c. 20036.
Participants at a recent Sea Air Towers breakfast on behalf of the]
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund are standing from left Abe Mallet, chairman;
Hanna Rabia, guest speaker; Mary Leff, honoree, Herman Gilman, co-
chairman. Seated is Victor Leff, honoree.
For some time Joseph has been
suffering from rheumatic heart
disease, hypertension, digestive
disorders and seriously impaired
eyesight. In the most recnet
letter to his family in Israle,
Joseph complained of generally
poor health and overwhelming
fatigue.
Joseph stricltly observes
Jewish dietary laws and thus
subsists on bread and water. At
32 years of age he is 5' 8'/2 tall
and weighs a mere 121 pounds.
During the week of Passover, he
ate a total of 11 ounces of
unleavened bread only.
The Soviet authorities' con-
B'nai Mitzvah
David Brodie
David Michael Brodie, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Brodie. was called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, March 1. at 10:30 a.m. at
Temple Emanu-El.
The celebrant is a seventh grade student in the
Lehrman Day School, where he is a member of
USY.
David plays football, baseball, basketball,
tennis and raquetball. He has won several awards
in football, baseball and basketball. He plays
drums. He participated in the Chanukah Torch
Relay at Temple Emanu-El.
Mr. and Mrs. Brodie hosted the Kiddush
following the services in honor of the occasion and
a reception Saturday evening at Konover Hotel.
Special guests included: grandparents: Mr.
and Mrs. Moses Glovsky, Hollywood and Dr. and
Mrs. Leo Brodie, aunt and uncle. Chevy Chase,
Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaplan, great-aunt and ,.
uncle, Lawrence, Mass. and Hallandale: Mrs. Lou
Bloom, great-aunt, Lynn, Mass.: Mrs. Ida Smith,
great-aunt, Brookline, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Karas and family, Mrs. Marcia Gold-
smith and family, cousins, Wellesley, Mass.
Residents of Fairways Apartments gathered recently to honor Esther
and Frank Matras (right), at the annual breakfast on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund. From left are Dorothy Lenz, chairman, and
Louis Pemstein.
'Be fussy.We are!
Another fine proouc I of
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RARE JEWISH FACTS
from
J&B RARE SCOTCH
Q: Who picked up the telephone
before Alexander Graham Bell did?
A: Johann Philipp Reis.
Reis is listed in THE BOOK OF FIRSTS as
number one to publicly demonstrate the
telephone He did this in front of a group of
scientists in 1861fifteen years before Bell got
a patent Because of illness and a lack of funds.
Reis was unable to capitalize on his invention.
Bell knew of his work as did Edison who even
toyed with Reis' ideas On March 22, 1876,
twelve days after Bell's first intelligible speech
transmission, the NEW YORK TIMES ran an
editorial entitled The Telephone' The editorial
was all about Philipp Reis. Not one word about
Bell. Even the U.S. Government brought suit
against Bell for: "claiming the invention of
something already widely known to exist in the
form of the Reis 'telephone' and also with
somehow concealing the latter from the Patent
Office's expert examiner in that field" Bell, of
course, survived the lawsuits and the challenges
but physicists built a monument to Reis as the
inventor of the telephone (Better he should
have won the lawsuits.)
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-
ticularly 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 'mishpocha'. Because along with
its elegance at formal affairsJ&B
is also the kind of 'relative' one can take
his shoes off with, loosen the tie and
relax with friends at home.
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hviet Defections Are Discussed
)y Visiting Cellist Yampolsky
the United States boycotts
buner Olympics, the USSR
bt be hurt dramatically. I
that possibility was
Lsed in the Russian
kment. I doubt they are
ted and they probably
think the U.S. reaction to
r-mpics is that drastic.
U.S. decision to boycott
ftemational sports event
[have far-reaching com-
ons for the Olympic
nent, though," according
jon Yampolsky, a 36-year-
Issian cellist who performed
]ly at the Art and Culture
r in Hollywood.
into a highly musical
in Moscow, Yampolsky
brilliant career there. In
he emigrated to Israel,
he performed with the
item Soloists Chamber
Group and was soloist
with the Kol Israel Radio
Orchestra and the Haifa Sym-
phony Orchestra.
He came to the United States
in 1974 and became principal
cellist with the Baltimore
Symphony Orchestra. He is
currently teaching cello at
American University in
Washington, D.C. For the past
two summers, Yampolsky has
been invited to be the principal
cellist with the Boston Pops.
When asked about increasing
Soviet defections, Yampolsky
explained, "Soviet defection is
not increasing; there is just more
publicity about it now. The
reason many defectors are artists
is due to the fact that they are
exposed to alternative ways of
life.
"For artists and performers,
artistic freedom is a prevailing
reason to defect, but it is not the
Barrons Host
Young Leaders
fcndants at a recent Jewish Federation of South Broward
pership Development meeting are from left Judee Barron,
knuel "NoNo" Razinovsky, guest speaker; and Dr. Howard
ton. The Barrons hosted the meeting.
only reason.
"People don't want to live
under the conditions in Russia.
When they are exposed to other
conditions of living, they decide
to defect. It is a dramatic
decision.
"Once they defect, they are in-a
state of shock they have new
responsibilities, new op-
portunities and they face the
realization that they can never go
back to their homeland, relatives
and past lives," added Yam-
polsky.
He does not feel Russia will
move its troops out of
Afghanistan in the near future.
His opinion is that Jewish
emigration depends on the
relationship between the West
and the Fust.
"The invasion of Afghanistan
can have an effect on Soviet
Jewish emigration," he
| remarked.
Yampolsky and his piano
, accompanist Carol, who is also
his wife, will give one additional
Miami concert in March.
The Yampolskys were present
at a reception in their honor held
at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Rubin Klein of Hollywood.

It just wouldn't seem like Passover without
Sun-Maid* Raisins in the tzimmis. And Blue Ribbon or
Old Orchard Figs in the compote. For over halt
a century our wholesome kosher fruits have been a
Jewish holiday tradition.
' We dry them the traditional way, too. Naturally,
in the sun. So the natural sweetness you enjoyed as a child
still tastes the same today. And isn't that what
tradition is all about?
KOSHER AND PARVE FOR PASSOVER
Certified by Rabb. Dr J H Ralbag
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iPunch No. 82 and Elect LARRY
FINKELSTEIN
Punch
No. 82
Hollywood
City Commissioner
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TaeT?r
The Jewish FloHdianand SnO/br of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 7, 1980
Mohammed Ali Has Foot-in-Mouth
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Former heavy-
weight boxing champion
Mohammed Ali charged
Zionists "control" America
and the world, according to
an interview reported in a
leading publication in
India, the text of which the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
obtained.
Ali had been in India and in
Africa as President Carter's
special emissary to obtain
support for the Carter
Administration's boycott of the
Olympic Games in Moscow this
summer as part of the United
States response to the Soviet
invasion of Afghanistan.
IN THE bi-weekly. India
Today, dated Feb. 1-15, Ali
Play Scheduled
The Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center and
the Samuel Scheck Hillel
Community Day School will
present the National Theatre
Company's popular musical
production of "Swiss Family
Robinson" on Sunday, March 16,
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the
Friedman-Uhlar Auditorium of
the Samuel Scheck Hillel
Community Day School, 1900
NE 25th Ave., North Miami
Beach.
spoke of Zionists when asked
about the "militant revival" of
Islam in Iran, and the holding of
"your countrymen hostage."
Ali, saying that "those people I
in Iran are fanatics," and that
the other Moslems in the world
have condemned their action,"
declared "religion ain't bad; it's
people who are bad. You know
the entire power structure is
Zionist. They control America:
they control the world. They are
really against the Islam religion.
So whenever a Muslim does
something wrong, they blames
the religion."
An Associated Press dispatch,
reporting Ali's remarks about
Zionism, quoted him as saying
that he did not remember talking
about Zionists.
Bat Mitzvah For
Bonnie Bernstein
BONNIE BERNSTEIN
Bonnie Bernstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter (laura) Bern-
stein of Miramar, will become
Bat Mitzvah during Sabbath
morning services which begin at
9 a.m. Saturday.
During the services, with
Rabbi Paul Plotkin and Cantor
Joseph Wichelewski officiating,
Bonnie will conduct the Maftir
and chant the Haftorah.
Presentations will be made by
temple president, Morris Hyman,
and various auxiliary represen-
tatives. Special guests will in-
clude brother, Jeffrey, as well as
grandparents, Mrs. Mollie
Ks formes of Long Beach, N.Y.
and Mr. and Mrs. Gunther
(Anny) Bernstein of Miami
Beach.
Guests attending will include
Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Eleanor)
Hochman of Lido Beach, N.Y.;
John Bernstein, Ralph Bernstein
of Miami: Larry Bardavid, Mr.
Candidate Finkelstein
Cites Condos as Issue
Four generations of
Finkelsteins have been in
Hollywood for nearly three
decades, and now. one of them,
attorney Larry Finkelstein. is up
for election to the Hollywood
City Commission.
"When I was a child here,"
says Finkelstein, "the city's
population was about 15.UUO. The
next census will show nearly ten
times that number now living in
Hollywood, and our problems
have grown with our
population." He wants to serve
as a city commissioner to help
people solve some of those
problems.
A
QUICHE TO
K VELL OVER
from Swiss Knight, of course
from Swiss Knight,
Recipe
One 9" prepared pie crust,
unbaked
One 6 oz. pkg. Swiss Knight
Gruyere Cheese, cut into
small pieces
1 cup milk
Preheat oven to 42S"F.
In small saucepan,
combine Swiss
Knight Gruyere
Cheese and milk;
cook over moderate
heat until cheese
melts and mixture
is smooth; remove
from heat and set aside
In small bowl, combine
eggs, onion, salt, pepper and
3 eggs
Vi cup minced onion
1 measuring teaspoon salt
'/ measuring teaspoon white
pepper
'/ measuring teaspoon nutmeg
nutmeg, beat slightly
Slowly add cheese-
milk mixture
to eggs, stirring
constantly. Pour
into prepared pie
shell Place on
cookie sheet. Bake
at 425"F tor 15
minutes Then bake
at 350F tor 15-20
minutes. Makes 6 servings.
SWISS KNIGHT
Imported 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 ot its quality.
IMPORTED BY THE NESTLE COMPANY, INC. CHEESE DIVISION
100 Bloomingdale Road, White Plains, N.Y. 10605
and Mrs. Dale (Mary) Greenstein
and son, Justin of Bayside, N.Y.
The Kiddush and pulpit
flowers are provided by the
Bernstein family in honor of
Bonnie who is a seventh grader at
Perry Middle School, where she is
an honor student and a member
of the choir. Bonnie is in the Hay
Class of Temple Israel's Hebrew
School and is active in the
Kadima youth program. Her
hobbies are art and dancing.
South Broward
Technion Lunch
it
,
Participants at a recent Galahad West Worker Training Program for
the Jewish Federation of South Broward are from left Samuel and |
Helen Wimpfheimer, 1980 honorees; George Schneider, M Zim-
merman and Sidney Hodes, building co-chairmen.
The South Broward Chapter of
the American Society for Tech-
nion, Women's Division, will hold
a luncheon card party on
Monday, March 17, at noon, at
Holiday Inn, 4000 S. Ocean Dr.,
Hollywood.
Proceeds to to the Medical
Kngineering Project. Music
during lunch will be by Phil
Shadlen, accordionist.
From left are Reva Wexler, Federation campaign director and guest
speaker; and Kay G. Kasdan, Galahad West chairman.
f
*\
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It's time for change
in Hollywood
to Responsibility
and Availability
Rich B
perrara
is that needed change
More than a name on a sign
Rich Ferrara has served you
Our Country, Our County, Our City -
Vietnam Vet, Member of County Human Rights Board
. County Tourist Development Board
Hollywood Citizens Advisory Board
Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
President of Hollywood Apartment Hotel Assoc.
United Way, Crimewatch
Elect Rich c
perrara
A Full Time Public Servant
Seat A Hollywood Commission
"*
M.poL.dv.Rkhr.rrar.C.n.p^ Eloin. SolowUy TnM^

March 11
I


k March?. 1980
Tht Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Onater Hollywood
^Borae to Perform at Now Floridians Can Count on Weinstein
"-^ Uh .U.. \lfHt>> New Life Dinner
jiational musical star,
[Borge, will receive Israel's
litarian Award and will
in concert at the State of
i Bonds New Life Dinner,
tied March 10 at the
er Hotel.
Awards Dinner will
presentation of the
py created Israel New Life
to seven individuals who
the Holocaust, have
shorn into a new life in the
Staes and who have
iished themselves in
i communal life.
honorees are David
cter, Isaac Silberberg,
Gutter, Jacob Brodzki,
[Helen Fagin and Otto
ge came to the United
i some 40 years ago, fleeing
[oppression. He is an ac-
. musician and for his
nitarianism towards Israel
ther countries, has become
i as the Ambassador Pleni-
tiary from the United
has been honored by Con-
and has worked for count-
charities. He was awarded
Cultural Award some
I ago.
Victor Borge
Honorary chairmen of the Host
Committee are Congressman
Claude Pepper and Congressman
Edward Stack. Dinner chairman
is Norman Braman, businessman
and Jewish communal leader
Honorary chairmen of the Host
Committee are Congressman
Claude Pepper and Congressman
Edward Stack. Dinner chairman
Norman Braman, Miami
and Jewish com-
Hershey Weinstein has been helping Jewish
families in their times of need for more than a
generation. Chicagoans have known for over 60
years that they could count on Weinstein.
Now Floridians are discovering that they too
can rely on the president of Chicago's original
Weinstein and Sons, Inc., funeral home. He has
joined in an association with Riverside funeral
chapels.
After the last three winters, which were very
cold in the Midwest, Weinstein said more
Chicagoans than ever moved to Florida. For a
large number, the move was permanent.
"Many of these were older Jewish people, my
people, my life-long friends. When som. of them
passed away, it was tough for their friends and
families to arrange their funerals in Chicago,"
said Weinstein.
"So last year, we did something about it. We
joined in an association with Riverside,"
Weinstein added.
"I moved to Florida for the winters because I
love it here, just like everyone else," said
Weinstein. He and Adeline, his wife of over 40
years, have been coming here since 1940. "I
arranged the association with Riverside to better
Hershey Weinstein is shown with his wife Adeline
*rve Chicago's Jewish people. You see, many of
Chicago's Jewish people are now Florida's Jewish
people."
Riverside chapels in Florida are located in
Miami, Miami Beach, North Miami Beach,
Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm
Beach.
is
businessman
munal leader.
Galahad West Sets
Tribute Breakfast
IRENE GOLD
ENDORSES
JOHN WILLIAMS
FOR REELECTION
AS YOUR
CITY COMMISSIONER
nuel and Helen Wimpf-
Br will be honored at a
lad West breakfast. Sun-
[March 16.
was inspired by Sam to enter the
world of philanthropy and
religion, two causes which they
wholeheartedly espouse to this
day.
Galahad West co-chairmen
include Sidney Hodes, George
Schneider and Ed Zimmerman.
Collation chairman is Sol
Liebowitz.
IRENE GOLD

JOHN WILLIAMS
"As Liaison for Hollywood's So. Beach Civic Assn., I have observed the
performance of John Williams at countless Commission meetings. His
logic and fairness are extraordinary.
There is never a doubt that he has the welfare of the entire community at
heart. I enthusiastically endorse his re-election."
IRENE GOLD-Liaison, So. Beach Civic Ass'n.
VOTE TUES. MAR. 11 SEAT "A" PUNCH 84 PD. POL. ADV. J. WILLIAMS CAMP TOMMY WOHL, TREAS.


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ers of the Park Avenue
ogue of New York City for
than 50 years. Sam served
Be time as a member of its
of trustees. Helen left her
; as a former president of its
rhood.
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ons in the publishing field,
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Residents of Plaza Towers North held their annual Israel Bonds'
Night in Israel to honor Ray and Rosalie Novick (center) with the
Generation Award, recognizing their efforts on behalf of the economic
growth of Israel and the Bond Program. The presentation was made
by Max Taraza (left), general chairman, and Ruth Suss, co-chairmen.
Rose Greenberg (center) received Israel's Generation Award at a
Night in Israel held under the auspices of the Israel Bonds
Organization at Plaza Towers South. Mrs. Greenberg received the
honor for her many decades of work on behalf of the growth of Israel
and for her efforts to sell Israel Bonds in Broward County. From left
are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Deutsch, co-chairmen; Mrs. Greenberg, and
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Prouse, co-chairmen.
Vice-Mayor Anderson for Re-election
A candidate for re-election to
the Hollywood City Commission,
Vice-Mayor Cathy Anderson i
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."
completing her fifth year at
Hollywood City Hall.
Mrs. Anderson is presently
involved in various issues that
"will keep Hollywood in the fore-
front of Florida's leading growing
cities," including rezoning, water
supply, additional rental apart-
ments, upgrading housing for
low-income groups.
New Branch Library
A new Hallandale branch library
twice the size of the present
Hallandale Branch soon will be
under construction utilizing
$1,400,000 of the 1978 Bond
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larch 7,1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
'age,
- Lawdy, Big Moe will
ad the clever birthday
citation for attorney
igelberg. Vivacious wife
invited nearly 80
their home to celebrate,
is the theme because
[a "hoops*" enthusiast,
years ago he played
koklyn College, so
I chose the colors of his
er for party decorations.
Susan Miller
I'i'ly coated and glazed
kid sneaker and sweat
efully both were first
This unusual ecu-
entitled "The Pivot
jhty Moe."
Richard Cotler and
ly, plus the team
and their wives will
le fun Dr. Earl and
(arrow, Dr. David and
rant, Dr. Ralph and
Mallard. More good
Dan and Billie de La
I Dr. David and Jane
Irv and Carol Karten,
and Merle Schneider,
[eligiou-
I rectory
NORTH BROWARD
E BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
|ark Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
|E BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
I Reform (44)
IAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
It. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
erman. (44A)
MIRAMAR
|E ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th St.
rvative. Rabbi Paul Plotkln.
- Joseph Wichelewski. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
LE BETH EMET. Pines Middle
1, 200 nw Douglas Rd., Liberal
fm. Rabbi Bennet Greenspon.
IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Bllywood. Conservative. Rabbi
ITard P. Shoter
PLANTATION
JlTION JEWISH CONGREGA
1400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheon
.64)
ISTRUCTIONIST SYNA
fE.7473NW4thSt. (69)
HALLANDALE
JDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
i Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
tlein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob Dan
112)
JORTH MIAMI BEACH
TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
*E 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
P. Kongsley. Cantor Irving
*s. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Conservative. Rabbi Max
nan. ,47B)
|E BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
|m Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Bnl Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
IE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Isky Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
IE SINAI 1201 Johnson St.
kvGiivi-. Rabbi Seymour Fried
^abbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
' Naftaly A. Linkovsky (65)
|E SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
vood, Fla. 33021. Liberal
Rabbi Robert P Frazin.
r Michael Kyrr (47C)
ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe
152)
Soutk Qnowand
Spotftgfo (Dn
by Rochelle Koenig
and Dr. Arthur and Wendy
Rubin also are invited. Morris
never had a birthday celebration
before, so for him party life really
does begin at 40.
Both daughters will share the
happy occasion. Laurie, a ninth
grader at Nova High and member
of the varsity tennis team, must
take after her athletic dad.
Younger daugher Nancy is in the
fifth grade at the Temple Beth
Shalom Day School, where the
Engelberg family recently en-
dowed an entire new classroom.
Busy Stephanie is dedicated and
actively works with the senior
citizens at the JCC. South
Broward needs people like the
Engelbergs who are truly in-
volved in our community. Happy
Birthday, Big Moe!
Shirley Cole has b-c in
California to see her brand new
granddaughter, Talia. Shirley's
son and daughter-in-law, the Dr.
James Bermans, had met in
Israel while James worked at an
Israel hospital. Mazel Tov to
grandparents Shirley and Morton
Cole.
Aquarius' personable Max
Coffman celebrated a special
birthday at a gala celebration in
the Garden Room of the Turn-
berry Isle Country Club. Max
and lovely wife Ann are welcome
residents each year when they
leave the cold Massachusetts
winter weather.
Among the athletic Floridians
taking to the Colorado ski slopes
are Dr. George and Iris Crane,
Dr. Axel and Birgit Strauch, and
Dr. Mike and Barbara Desky .
Skiing at Vail, Colo, were Dr. Lou
and Natalie Joblove and Dr.
Howard and Sandy Kellner.
Congratulations to a beautiful
new certified public accountant,
Caryn Schorr, daughter of Harry
and Hannah Schorr.
Dr. Irv Karten planned a
superb surprise birthday party
for lovely wife Carol. Among the
guests for brunch at the Jockey
Club were Dr. Harvey and
Barbara Peretz and Dr. Steve and
Judy Greenberg.
Joe and Goldie Wolf were
among the many
residents at their
awards night. A
dance was held at
Shalom. Plans for
evening were led by
past president Izzie
wife Esther.
Hollybrook
annual golf
lively dinner
Temple Beth
the fun filled
hard working
Pickman and
The annual Meirah Luncheon
took place at the delightful
Turnberry Isle Country Club.
Minimum Women's Division
commitment was $1,000. Betty
Finkelstein chose the exquisite
colors bright pink and soft lilac,
carrying out the theme with
abundantly filled baskets of fresh
flowers. Some of the committee
members were Millie Meister,
Mary Gottlieb, Sis Altman, Joan
Gross, Nancy Brizel, Bea
Mogilowitz, Minna Finkelstein
and Frances Briefer. Also en-
joying the day were more
charming and attractive ladies
Alice Berezin, Ruth Galvin, Bev
Shapiro, Cynde Martin, Bobbe
Schlesinger, Dottie Lipson,
Gloria Sherman, and Edie
Frost. Children from the Hillel
Day School choral group en-
tertained. Under the direction of
young Rabbi Rashi Shapiro, a
"Rock Rabbi" The varied
program included a Chasidisha
Twist or Let My People a Go Go.
Speaker Barbara Shulman from
Palm Beach was outstanding.
The Winter Olympics are not
the only sporting event local
people have been watching. The
popular sport shuffleboard is
enjoyed by many condo residents
lucky enough to have courts.
Friendly competition exists in
the West Broward Shuffleboard
League made up of 27 teams. The
South Broward community is
very proud of the Carriage Hills
Team now ranked in third
position following Polynesian
Gardens and Castle Gardens.
Every Thursday morning from
September through Feburary,
lead their team to victory even
when grandchildren are in town.
Among the regular players who
quality for the team are my uncle
Phil Levine. Stanley Mufson, and
Meyer Nitzberg. Chief fan and
Kibbitzer for the Carriage Hills
Squad is Dr. Milton Greenblatt.
assisted by Dave Goodman. A
trophy banquet will climax this
year's successful competition.
Meanwhile, the ladies and my
aunt Eve Levine report that
regular canasta games are also
popular. Her group of sociable
players is Lil Zane, Sadie
Greenblatt, Ruth Lerner, and
Helen Lee.
Phil and Eve Levine recently
entertained teenage grand-
daughters Sheri Levine and
Randee Schuster from the Boston
area.
Dr. Saul and Susan Singer
chaired the Federation Pacesetter
Dinner Dance at the Diplomat
Hotel. It was an elegant evening
for the hundreds of dazzling
women and their handsome
escorts. Former Ambassador to
Iran William H. Sullivan gave an
illuminating historical
background of the revolution in
Iran from the problems of the
Shah to the rise of power of the
Ayotollah.
Seated at a front table were Dr.
Mel and Eileen Ross, Larry and
Abby Weiner, Al and Marlene
Finch, Fred and Noreen
Friedman, Paul and Val
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a dance with Dr. Norman Atkin.
Gallahad's Harry and Jeanette
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Herb and F.llie Katz met Hert's
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this outstanding group was
assigned table number "10."
Because of the current movie, I
made certain everyone knew of
our number. Fang said the "10"
had nothing to do with my
pulchritude.
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Ha'Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday March 7
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Women Who Were Turned
Down by Rabbinic Seminary
By MARIE POIRIER
NEW YORK Seven women,
all students at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America, had hoped that January
10, 1980 would be a day of
celebration. After almost three
years of poll-taking, discussion
and debate, the Faculty Senate of
the Conservative institution
would be voting on the admission
of women to its Rabbinical
School. If the vote were to be in
favor of admission (and, for a
while it seemed quite possible)
the women would be able to fulfill
their dream of serving as rabbis
in the Conservative movement.
But it was not to be; at least
not this year. On December 20,
1979, the Faculty Senate voted to
table the issue of women's or-
dination. Although disap-
pointing, the decision was not
surprising, for rumblings had
been heard over the last few
months and supporters of
women's ordination feared such a
move.
"IN THE last few weeks before
the vote, there was quite a bit of
talk and not all positive," said
Sharon Fliss, one of the "waiting
women." Debra Cantor pointed
out that even some faculty
members who favored ordination
voted to delay the decision,
fearing a split in the Con-
servative movement, or a
defection from the Seminary by
some of the faculty.
The initial reaction of the
women to the decision was
confusion. "What do I do now?"
was the question asked first.
Enrolled at the Seminary or at
the Seminary and Columbia
University, they are studying
everything from Sociology and
Education to Jewish history and
Israel Pioneer
Yalin-Mor Dead at Age 66
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Funeral services were held here
for Nathan Yalin-Mor, one of the
leaders of the underground Stem
Group, or Lehi, during the
British Mandate of Palestine,
who died after a long illness. He
succumbed on Feb. 18 to
leukemia at the age of 66.
The services, presided over by
Tel Aviv Chief Rabbi Yedidia
Fraenkel, were attended by
former comrades in arms and
long-time political associates and
both left and right. Among them
were Pemier Menachem Begin,
who commanded the Irgun in the
pre-Statehood days; Knesset
Speaker Yitzhak Shamir, who
was a co-leader of Lehi- Knesset
members Meir Pavil and Uri
Avneri of the leftist Sheli faction;
and Twefik Toubi, of the
Communist Party, who are
members of the Israeli-Soviet
Friendship League and the
Committee for a Just Peace
Between Israel and the Arabs.
THE SHARP ideological
differences among the mourners
reflected Yalin-Mor's own
progression from extreme right
to far left during his career. At
the time of his death he was a
strong advocate of Israeli-Soviet
rapprochement and supported a
Palestinian state to co-exist with
Israel.
Born Nathan Friedman-Yelin
in Poland, his career closely
paralleled that of Begin, who is
also of Polish birth. Yalin-Mor
was an officer in Begin s embryo
Irgun movement in Poland.
Both fled that country after the
Nazi occupation and arrived in
Pales tine in 1941.
But their ways parted when
Yalin-Mor joined the poet, Yair
Stern, to form Lehi, and Begin
assumed command of Irgun.
Both underground groups fought
the British. After Stem was
killed, Yalin-Mor became political
chief of Lehi, one of the trium-
virate heading the organization
which included Shamir as chief of
operations and Dr. Eldad Sheib
who was in charge of information.
IN THE late 1940's Yalin-Mor
became convinced that Soviet
power would one day dominate
the Middle East and advocated a
pro-Russian policy which
estranged him from his Lehi
colleagues. He was arrested by
the Israeli authorities soon after
the State was founded and
charged with conspiracy in the
assassination of Count Folke
Bernadotte, of Sweden, the
United Nations mediator in the
Middle East.
He was acquitted of murder
but sentenced to eight years
imprisonment for his un-
derground activities. However,
Yalin-Mor won a Knesset seat at
the head of the Lehi list in
Israel's first elections and was
released-
After the Sir-Day War he
broke sharply with Begin by
advocating a Palestinian state.
In later years, he remained out of
the public eye but continued to
write books and articles calling
for changes in policy toward the
USSR and a close dialogue
between Israelis and Arabs.
SPEAKING at the gravesite
at Holon Cemetery, Shamir, who
soon may be named Israel's
Foreign Minister, lauded the
former underground leader's
career from the ultra-nationalist
right wing Betar in Poland to
Lehi. But he voiced regret over
Yalin-Mor's ideological turn-
about.
"The heart aches for such a
brilliant and great mind that did
not find the proper path to serve
the nation, Shamir said.
Talmud, thus laying the in-
tellectual groundwork for a
rabbinical career. In addition,
they all are involved in either
congregational or communal
activities, gaining practical
experience.
The women have not yet made
any plans to organize a campaign
on bahelf of women's ordination,
but they recognize the im-
portance of informing the laity,
clergy and faculty of the Con-
servative movement of the very
real nature of their commitment.
The desire of holakhically-com-
mitted women to serve in the
Conservative Rabbinate is
neither whimsical nor theoretical,
as some would like to believe.
ANY ORGANIZED fight for
women's ordination would need
the continued support of Gerson
Cohen, chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary. When the
Rabbinical Assembly in May of
1977 asked Dr. Cohen to
establish a commission to in-
vestigate the issue of women's
ordination, he did so, presided
over it, and came to be a strong
supporter of women's ordination.
At a meeting held after the
Senate vote with the seven
women and in a subsequent
address to the student body of
the Seminary, Cohen reaffirmed
his position, but said he would
abide by the Faculty Senate's
vote. He urged the women to
remain in the Conservative
movement and meet the
challenge of working towards a
"new agenda."
Cohen's position on women's
ordination made a favorable
impression on some of the
women, although Carol Glass
wondered just how serious his
commitment is. "At this point,
his concern with the unity of his
faculty overrides his interest in
ordination." She felt that Cohen
evaded the central question:
"What do you offer to women to
stay at the Seminary?"
COHEN HAS proposed as a
temporary alternative to or-
dination, the creation of a
position whereby women would
assume quasi-rabbinical duties,
but not be ordained. He does not
see this position as a substitute
for ordination, but as a way for
women to participate in the
Conservative movement in
Dositions of leadership.
Sot e of the women find such a
position ideal for the time being,
while they continue their fight for
full rabbinic title. Cantor feels
that the laity will get used to
seeing women in such positions
<&
and will come to see their or-
dination as recognition of their
full potential. Fliss would accept
such a position since, she feels
"full title won't be conferred for a
while."
Some are concerned that,
without Cohen's assurances of
eventual ordination, such a
position would lead nowhere.
Anne (who does not wish to use
her real name) wonders if Cohenis
readv for such a commitment.
She is also worried that the laity
land faculty will begin to view the
quasi-rabbinical position as an
end in itself.
THE TABLING of the issue
has not changed the women's
earlier plans. Some will remain at
the Seminary, citing their loyalty
to the Conservative movement
and halakha, the excellence of the
institution's programs and their
reluctancte to study elsewhere
without feeling loyalty to those
institutions.
Those who had decided to
apply elsewhere, should the vote
go against them, did not do so
happily, but felt they had waited
long enough. "It's a heart-
breaking decision. The Con-
servative movement gave me so
much and it is painful that they
don't give me an opportunity tc
give it back to them," said one
woman, who together with others
wished to remain anonymous.
Those considering leaving
hesitate to discuss the issue
publicly because Cohen's em-
Keeping Posted
phasis on discipline "made it
uncomfortable for people like us
to say that we might leave. It
makes me wonder if he un-
derstands," continued the same
woman, echoing a common
feeling. "The people who leave
have no other choice; they have
^leen rejected by the Seminary,"
said Anne, who is applying to
Hebrew Union College, the
rabbinical school of the Reform
movement.
BOTH GLASS and
specifically mentioned
"Judaism needs women as role
models." Anne, who has been
giving Bat Mitzvah lessons, said
that the girls saw in her proof
that females could do as well as
males. Glass said that she has
attracted women and girls to the
synagogue where she worked
because she responded to their
spiritual needs.
The women find it paradoxical
if not unethical, that men ajtf'f
women can have the same
education, but not be granted the
same title. Conservative Judaism
takes great pride in educating
males and females equally
Lisa (a pseudonym) fears the
alienation of the girls from the
movement, if not from Judaism.
"Girls see women in all areas of
life, except Judaism, and since
both sexes receive the same
Jewish education, they cannot
see any logical reasons for the
barrier."
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Visiting Cellist Yampolsky
United States boycotts
f Olympics, the USSR
hurt dramatically. I
that possibility was
in the Russian
ent. I doubt they are
and they probably
Ink the U.S. reaction to
(pics is that drastic.
J.S. decision to boycott
Lrnational sports event
fcve far-reaching com-
for the Olympic
Dt, though," according
Yampolsky, a 35-year-
fian cellist who performed
at the Art and Culture
i Hollywood.
into a highly musical
[in Moscow, Yampolsky
brilliant career there. In
Jic emigrated to Israel,
[he performed with the
1m Soloists Chamber
Group and was soloist
with the Kol Israel Radio
Orchestra and the Haifa Sym-
phony Orchestra.
He came to the United States
in 1974 and became principal
cellist with the Baltimore
Symphony Orchestra. He is
currently teaching cello at
American University in
Washington, D.C. For the past
two summers, Yampolsky has
been invited to be the principal
cellist with the Boston Pops.
When asked about increasing
Soviet defections, Yampolsky
explained, "Soviet defection is
not increasing; there is just more
publicity about it now. The
reason many defectors are artists
is due to the fact that they are
exposed to alternative ways of
life.
"For artists and performers,
artistic freedom is a prevailing
reason to defect, but it is not the
only reason.
"People don't want to live
under the conditions in Russia.
When they are exposed to other
conditions of living, they decide
to defect. It is a dramatic
decision.
"Once they defect, they are iir-a
state of shock they have new
responsibilities, new op-
! portunities and they face the
; realization that they can never go
| back to their homeland, relatives
and past lives," added Yam-
polsky.
He does not feel Russia will
move its troops out of
Afghanistan in the near future.
His opinion is that Jewish
emigration depends on the
relationship between the West
and the East.
"The invasion of Afghanistan
can have an effect on Soviet
Jewish emigration," he
remarked.
Yampolsky and his piano
accompanist Carol, who is also
his wife, will give one additional
Miami concert in March.
The Yampolskys were present
at a reception in their honor held
at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Rubin Klein of Hollywood.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

Friday, March 7,1980
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Leningrad Trials Not Over
For This Jewish Prisoner
Joseph Mendelevich, a Jewisf.
Prisoner of Conscience in the
Soviet Union, was sentenced in
1977 to 12 years' imprisonment
for his part in a plan to escape
from the country with a group of
other Soviet Jews.
In April' 1979, most of those
tried and sentence with Joseph at
the Leningrad Trails were given
an early release and are now in
Israel. This was undoubtedly due
to constant public pressure and
public opinion. Among the three
who are still in prison in Joseph
Mendelevich.
The continued incarceration of
Mendelevich is no longer solely a
denial of human rights it is a
matter of life and death. His
physical condition has
deteriorated alarmingly over the
past nine years.
Mendel Gordin, a physician
from the Soviet Union now a
professor of medicine at the
Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem,
treated Joseph for many years in
the Soviet Union.
Based on his early medical
history and the scanty in-
formation on his current state of
health. Gordin believes Joseph's
health to be in "grave jeopardy"
and his "prospects for survival
very limited."
tinued disregard of Joseph's
state of health is inhuman. He is
denied treatment for his various
ailments and his detention is a
slow death sentence.
To help the life of Joseph
Mendelevich, voice your opinion
to Secretary General Leonid
Brezhnev, The Kremlin, Moscow,
RSFSR. U.S.S.R. or Ambassador
Anatoly Dobrynin, Soviet
Embassy, 1125-16th St., N.W.,
Washington, D.c. 20036.
Participants at a recent Sea Air Towers breakfast on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund are standing from left Abe Mallet, chairman;
Hanna Kabia, guest speaker; Mary Leff, honoree, Herman Gilman, co-
chairman. Seated is Victor Leff, honoree.
For some time Joseph has been
suffering from rheumatic heart
disease, hypertension, digestive
disorders and seriously impaired
eyesight. In the most recnet
letter to his family in Israle.
Joseph complained of generally
poor health and overwhelming
fatigue.
Joseph stricltly observes
Jewish dietary laws and thus
subsists on bread and water. At
32 years of age he is 5' 8'/2 tall
and weighs a mere 121 pounds.
During the week of Passover, he
ate a total of 11 ounces of
unleavened bread only.
The Soviet authorities' con-
B'nai Mitzvah
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David Brodie
David Michael Brodie, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Brodie. was called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, March 1, at 10:30 a.m. at
Temple Emanu-El.
The celebrant is a seventh grade student in the
Lehrman Day School, where he is a member of
USY.
David plays football, baseball, basketball,
tennis and raquetball. He has won several awards
in football, baseball and basketball. He plays
drums. He participated in the Chanukah Torch
Relay at Temple Emanu-El.
Mr. and Mrs. Brodie hosted the Kiddush
following the services in honor of the occasion and
a reception Saturday evening at Konover Hotel.
Special guests included: grandparents: Mr.
and Mrs. Moses Glovsky. Hollywood and Dr. and
Mrs. Leo Brodie, aunt and uncle. Chevy Chase,
Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaplan, great-aunt and
uncle, Lawrence, Mass. and Hallandale: Mrs. Lou
Bloom, great-aunt, Lynn, Mass.: Mrs. Ida Smith,
great-aunt, Brookline, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Karas and family, Mrs. Marcia Gold-
smith and family, cousins, Wellesley, Mass.
Residents of Fairways Apartments gathered recently to honor Esther
and Frank Matras (right), at the annual breakfast on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund. From left are Dorothy Lenz, chairman, and
Louis Pemstein.
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RARE JEWISH FACTS
from
J&B RARE SCOTCH
Q: Who picked up the telephone
before Alexander Graham Bell did?
A: Johann Philipp Reis.
Reis is listed in THE BOOK OF FIRSTS as
number one to publicly demonstrate the
telephone. He did this in front of a group of
scientists in 1861fifteen years before Bell got
a patent Because of illness and a lack of funds.
Reis was unable to capitalize on his invention.
Bell knew of his work as did Edison who even
toyed with Reis' ideas. On March 22. 1876.
twelve days after Bell's first intelligible speech
transmission, the NEW YORK TIMES ran an
editorial entitled The Telephone' The editorial
was all about Philipp Reis. Not one word about
Bell Even the U.S. Government brought suit
against Bell for: "claiming the invention of
something already widely known to exist in the
form of the Reis 'telephone' and also with
somehow concealing the latter from the Patent
Office's expert examiner in that field" Bell, of
course, survived the lawsuits and the challenges
but physicists built a monument to Reis as the
inventor of the telephone (Better he should
have won the lawsuits.)
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-
ticularly 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 'mishpocha'. Because along with
its elegance at formal affairsJ&B
is also the kind of 'relative' one can take
his shoes off with, loosen the tie and
relax with friends at home.
J'B
RARE
SCOTCH