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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
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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.
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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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^Jemsti Horidli&in
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Volume 10 Number 6
Hollywood, Florida Friday, March 21, I960
Price 35 Cents
From left are Arthur Pickman, Al Finch, Murray and Martha Glick-
. man and Billie Grover. g^ related photos on Page 6.
1980 Missions Organized
The Jewish Federation of South Broward has begun registration
for two missions to Israel, the Family Mission, Aug. 5-15 and the
Community Mission, Oct. 14-24.
The first organizational meeting was held at the home of Family
Mission chairmen, Marlene and Al Finch.
For additional Mission information, contact the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Hills Dinner-Dance April 19
The Koach Division of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward has finalized plans for
the April 19, "Hills Dinner
Dance," to be held in support of
the 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund,
according to Koach chairmen,
Mark Fried.
The event, which is open to all
residents of Emerald Hills and
Hollywood Hills, will be held at
the Emerald Hill Country Club.
For reservations, contact the
Jewish Federation of South
Mark Fried
Public Invited to Hear Yehuda Blum
The public is invited to hear
Yehuda Blum, Israel's
Ambassador to the United
Nations, Sunday, April 6, at 10
a.m. at the Hallandale Jewish
Center, 416 NE 8th Ave.,
The event is being held on
behalf of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
No Fou
It Was Real Carter Policy Statement
Not long into his term of
office, President John F.
Kennedy was pained and
embarrassed by a bureau-
cratic action that indicated
anti- Israel, anti- Jewish
bias at a middle level of the
State Department. The
angry President seized the
telephone and for some
minutes heatedly but ex-
plicitly told off the offen-
der's superior. When he
hung up, he turned to the
White House counsel and
growled in exasperation: "I
guess we'll have to appoint
an ambassador of our own
to the State Department.
Perhaps President Carter
ought to consider that possibility
to avoid in future "failure of com-
munications" to which he at-
tributed the instructions to
Ambassador McHenry at the
United Nations to vote for a reso-
lution accepting the entire Arab
position on the West Bank, Gaza
and East Jerusalem and rejecting
the right of Jews even to live in
these areas.
IN VOTING for this
resolution, the United States
abandoned its Camp David
position that Jerusalem would
never again be a divided city and
President Carter's commitment
that Jerusalem's future "should
be determined in the negotiations
for a comprehensive peace set-
The Manchester Guardian
which, in recent years, has been a
severe critic of Israel's Arab
policy, described the American
vote on the resolution as "a sig-
nificant change in American
policy" and commented that
"Israelis may correctly surmise
that the oil weapon, like the
nuclear bomb, does not need to be
used to be effective."
The American attitude after
Kabul, it adds, "does not fit a
continued even-handedness be-
tween Israelis and Palestinians
under occupation and even less
the kind of diplomatic support on
which Israel could formerly rely."
THIS IS the nature of the
impression the American-backed
Security Council resolution
created around the world and
which the Carter administration
now is so frantically trying to
undo. Like a loyal soldier, Sec-
retary of State Vance has taken
the rap for what his spokesman
delicately described as a "foul-
up." Others, of course, might
have used the descriptive term,
The diplomatic howler a
result of deliberate intent or
negligence of the most stupen-
dous proportions, and of what
must be very nearly the worst
case of bad timing in American
political history was in the
White House, not the State De-
partment. Someone in the State
Department or the National
Security Council, which had a
hand in the pie, too, might have
alerted the President to the
gravity of the step he was taking
but, apparently, no one along the
line was so concerned about
averting this arrant gesture of
appeasement as to send up a
warning signal.
Administrations come and go,
Continued on Page 4
State Dep'L Gives Word From
Sinai on Palestinian Problem
(JTA) Assistant
Secretary of State for the
Middle East Harold
Saunders said that "it is
necessary to deal with the
Palestinian problem both
as a matter of justice and
stability in the Middle
East." Saunders addressed
the National Foreign Policy
Conference for editors and
broadcasters at the State
After prefacing his remarks
with discussion of Soviet efforts
in the Mideast, Saunders said the
continuing negotiations for a
settlement of the Arab-Israeli
conflict are aimed at "avoiding
another war."
HE ADDED that "the
problem strikes deeper" because
the Palestinian movement rests
"not only on Palestinian
nationalism but also on its
radical philosophy that reaches
beyond Palestinian objectives."
He said the Palestinian move-
ment is "meshed in" with social,
economic and political changes in
the Middle East.
Earlier in his prepared
remarks, Saunders said that "the
Soviets support governments
and liberation organizations" and
while "not necessarily in control"
of them, the USSR takes "ad-
vantage for the achievement of
similar goals." He did not
mention the Palestine Liberation
Organization which has been
described as a "surrogate" of the
Soviet Union and receives its
diplomatic and military support.
Saunders skirted questions
dealing directly with the "foul-
up" over the United Nations
Security Council resolution
HE SAID in response to one
question regarding U.S.
"credibility" in the Middle East
and on "Israel in particular" that
the U.S., Egypt and Israel,
having signed the Camp David
agreements, are "fully com-
mitted to the peace settlement
that has been devised." He added
that "their interests will impel
them to go forward."
Two Jews in Cabinet
Of Premier Tradeau
OTTAWA (JTA) Premier Pierre Elliott
Trudeau named two Jews to his 32-member Cabinet. They
are Herbert Gray, 48, of Windsor, Minister of Industry,
Trade and Commerce, and Robert Kaplan, also 48, of
Toronto, as Solicitor General. The Cabinet was sworn in
bringing the Liberal Party back to power after nine
months of Joe Clark's Progressive Conservative
Kaplan is a newcomer to the Cabinet while Gray was
Minister of Revenue under Trudeau from 1972-76. When
he was named in 1972, he was the first Jew to be a Cabinet
member in Canada.
GRAY AND KAPLAN were among four Jews re-
elected in the Feb. 18 election. The others were David
Berger of Quebec, who, like the two Ministers, is a
member of the Liberal Party, and David Orlikow, of
Winnipeg, Manitoba, a member of the New Democratic
The new Minister of State for External Affairs is
Marc MacGuigan, an Ontario MP who is a newcomer to
the Cabinet and who is not known to have taken any
previous stands on foreign affairs.
Giscard on Griddle
France Given Formal Protest
Israel lodged a formal protest
with France over President
Valery Giscard d'Estaing's en-
dorsement of self-determination
for the Palestinians. The protest
was submitted to the French
Ambassador, Marc Bonnefous,
by Yosef Ciechanover, director
general of the Foreign Ministry,
at a meeting here. The French
envoy promised to convey it to
Ciechanover told Bonnefous
that the French President had, in
effect, expressed support for
what Israel considers an, obstacle
to the Mideast peace process. He
said that the term "self-
determination" was tantamount
to support for a Palestinian state,
a concept contrary to the Camp
David accords.
IN A SPEECH to the Knesset,
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
indirectly criticized Giscard.
Without mentioning him by
name, Begin took issue with
"attempts to interfere in the
Middle East" and likened them
to the appeasement of Nazi
i Germany in the 1930s which led
to the destruction of Czechoslo-
Israel's protest was triggered
by Giscard's endorsement of
Palestinian self-determination on
three occasions during his tour of
Persian Gulf states. The French
President signed a joint com-
munique with the Emir of
Kuwait, Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmed
al-Sabath expressing the view
that the Palestinian people
"must enjoy, within the
framework of a just and lasting
peace, the right to self-
determination." He supported
the same position in his visits to
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar
and Abu Dhabi.
The Israeli protest was similar
to one made to Ireland last
month after the Irish Foreign
Minister, Brian Lenihan made a
pro-Palestinian statement in
Bahrain. In addition to France,
Great Britain, West Germany,
Ireland and Belgium have, for the
first time, publicly expressed
support this week for Palestinian
THE MEMBER states of the
European Economic Community
, are reportedly deliberating over
Ciechanover told Bonnefous
that the French President
had, in effect, expressed
support for what-Israel
considers an obstacle to the
Midease peace process. He
said that the term 'self-
determination' was tan-
tamount to support for a
Palestinian state, a concept
contrary to the Camp David
whether to extend official
recognition to the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
In addition, a move is un-
derway, led by British Foreign
Secretary Lord Carrington, to
have the EEC countries support
an amendment to Security
Council Resolution 242 that
would give political status to the
Palestinians. Presumably this
would be attempted if the current
autonomy talks between Israel,
Egypt and the U.S. failed to end
in an agreement by the May 26

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 21, 1980
Career Women Set 'Race for Influence' Max Margoiies to be Honored
i >i
The Career Women's Council
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward will participate in "Race
foi Influence," a discussion on
the Jewish consciousness of
political candidates, according to
Nancy Atkin and Elaine Fleisher,
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).
Nancy Atkin
Elaine Fleisher
The steering committee la> _. ... ol_ 0 a.
eludes Sylvia Abram, Meral Linda. Paul Lupowitz, Betty Djanne Shaffer Susan Singer
Ehrenstein, Marjorie Fishman, Pollack, Phyllis Pritcher, Judie Sally Weiss, Shane Wolf and,
Marlene Heller, Rita Ilowit. Ina Richman. Barbara Rothchild, Marion Wolfson.
Temple Solel Fastest Growing In U.S.
"With a need for a liberal
reform congregation in the South
Broward area, Temple Solel
became one of the fastest
growing congregations in the
United States," said Rabbi
Robert Frazin.
"We blend traditional
ceremony and ritual with modem
dynamics of today," he said.
"There is a strong concern
towards contemporary issues."
Temple Solel, located at 5100
Sheridan St., has pioneered many
things in the South Broward
community. They offer a
program for children with
learning disabilities, and a rap
session for children from single
parent homes with the rabbi and
a psychologist.
ADULT education programming
features Bible study, adult Bar
/Bar Mitzvah, Hebrew and
adult confirmation classes. The
youth programming is very
strong and is guided by the full-
time youth director, he said.
The Sisterhood, Men's Club
and Grand People assist in
financial support, and
scholarships to needy children,
and play a vital role in the
continuance and success of Solel.
"There is an on-going problem
to raise money. People sometimes
take the synagogue for granted
by using all that it has to offer
but forget to support it," Rabbi
Frazin said. "People just have to
Rabbi Robert Frazin
adjust their priorities, but they
have become far more generous
than ever before."
A family retreat is being
planned for the spring. The first
family mission had 56 par-
ticipants and returned from '
Israel in the fall, he said.
filiation is very bothersome.
People should be concerned with
the continuation of Judaism no
matter what age they are. The
only way this will be possible is
through the support of the
synagogue," Rabbi Frazin said. -
"Everyone has an obligation to
every Jewish child to make sure
they get proper religious
education and training."
The social action committee is
very active, and Temple Solel
supports several Soviet families.
An energy conservation program
has been started within the
synagogue, and a Vietnamese
boat family has been adopted by
the 658 families of Solel.
"Our first 10 years were
developmental, and now we must
meet the needs and challenges of
the 80's," Rabbi Frazin said.
"We refer to ourselves as the
family of Solel and our goal for
the next decade is having families
do things together within the
framework of the synagogues.
April Events Announced
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Passover worship service will'
begin at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday,
April 1. Rabbi Robert P. Frazin
will conduct the service, and
Cantor Michael Kyrr will chant
the liturgical portion of the
Yizkor worship service will
take place on Monday, April 7, at
9:30 a.m.
Family Night Shabbat worship
service will begin at 8:15 p.m.
Friday, April 4. Jewish Music
Sabbath will take place on
Friday, April 11.
During the month of April, the.
following will be called to the
Torah to become B'nai Mitzvah:
Douglas Nelson, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Nelson; Eric Nor-
tman, eon of Mr. and Mrs.
William Nortman; Barbara
Sklar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Sklar; and Amy Frances
Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Brown.
Sunday, April 13, at 8 p.m., the
Adult Education Committee of
Temple Solel will present Emery
Deutsch, violinist and composer,
and Rosalie Williams, vocalist,
for an evening of Jewish Soul
Music. Selection in Hebrew,
Yiddish, cantonal, show and
great standard tunes are on the
program. Call the temple office,
for ticket information.__________
Max Margoiies will bo honored
at a Lake Point Tower breakfast
being held on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
The event is scheduled for
Sunday, March 23, at 10 a.m. in
the Recreation Building.
Margoiies is president of Lake
Point Tower.
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There might never have been an Emancipation Proclamation
without a Passover.
On the night of 15 Nisan.approxi-
mately 3200 years ago,a new era in
hufcfian history was begun.
' On that date.the right and
supremacy of human freedom was
reaffirmed to the peoples of the world.
The Jews.under the leadership of
Moses, put an end to 400 years of slav-
ery imposed upon them by the ancient
Egyptians. \ .
Passover is the Festival that com-
memoratesthat-remarkable eventlt
marks the bifth-of the Jews as a free
people. It is the reassert ion of Jewish
belief that freedom and dignity are
inalienable human rights.That no one,
be he king.dictator or private citizen
has a mandate to oppress or enslave an-
other human being.This commitment
to freedom as expressed by the Passover
is central to the thoughts and ideals
which have become the foundation of
western civilization.
It is the Ethic upon which Abra-
ham Lincoln based the Emancipation
Proclamation issued more than SO
centuries after the Exodus from Egypt.
For Jews,Passover is a time to
reaffirm the faith and morality forged
from the experience of Egyptian
enslavement and redemption.
But the story told in the Hagad-
dah speaks not just to Jews,but to all
people who love freedom and who are
willing to make sacrifices to keep it
It is a story that strengthens our
resolve as free citizens of a great nation
to stand together and help others who
are less fortunate throughout the world
to reassert their destiny to be free.
Passover is the Festival of Free-
dom. It is celebrated during the awak-
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It renews our faith that someday
there will be liberty for all.It gives us
hope that some day all may live in peace
and dignity.
Its what makes us Jews.
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It Was Real Carter Policy Statement
Friday, March 21, 1980
Volume 10
4 NISAN 5740
Number 6
The Tempest Unabated
In all the debate over President Carter's
monumental UN gaffe the most salient point to be
made is whether the United States should have voted
for any anti-Israel resolution despite the ad-
ministration's well-known position that the settle-
ments in the occupied territories are illegal.
By voting for a resolution condemning Israel,
the U.S. was challenging its Mideast policy. It was
acting contrary to the Camp David accords and could
result in the sabotage of the ongoing autonomy talks
between the U.S., Israel and Egypt.
It has been reported that Sol Linowitz,
President Carter's special envoy for Mideast nego-
tiations, and his predecessor in the job, Robert
Strauss, both considered the vote a major mistake.
The vote can now be seen as part of the pattern
that has been emerging in the administration since
the Iranian and Afghan crises to seek support in the
Moslem world at the expense of Israel. Such a policy,
if it continues, can result in disaster not just for
Israel, but for the U.S., as well.
Already this week, Prime Minister Begin
warned that any change in the letter-meaning of the
Camp David accords might well cripple the peace
process irreparably. His appointment Sunday of
Yitzhak Shamir as Israel's new Foreign Minister,
underscores this view. Shamir has opposed the peace
treaty with Egypt from the very beginning as a
cosmetic fantasy.
Sauce for the Goose
The new move led by West Germany, France
and England to rewrite UN Res. 242 will receive
added impetus from President Carter's double vote
and double cross at the United Nations.
The Arab world insists that President Carter
may have repudiated the vote, but that the vote
must stand. If that is true, how come that West
Germany, France and England can rewrite UN Res.
If the vote is inviolable, why isn't the resolution
inviolable, too?
Continued from Page 1
but the State Department
careerists go on forever, and no
one, not even President Truman
who defied them, has ever been
able to curb the power of the
Arabists in the department. In
the end, they have triumphed
every time over the man in the
White House. His is an
ephemeral duration; theirs is
THERE ARE two ex-
planations of how the United
States Government has gotten
into this mess and appears before
the world today without
credibility, its President, another
Chamberlain at Munich. It is
charitable to accept the version
offered by the President and his
advisers that it was all a horrible
mistake which no one in the
administration recognized until it
was too late, and until Israeli
Ambassador Evron, carefully
and painstakingly pointed out to
an embarrassed Secretary Vance
just what each little word in the
resolution added up to.
We can accept this ad-
ministration explanation only if
we are prepared to admit that
ignorance and incompetence of an
incredible degree prevail in
determination of important
foreign policy questions. Sec-
retary of Commerce Philip M.
Klutznick, himself a former
American envoy to the United
Nations, insisted in a Miami
appearance before a largely
Jewish audience that serious
communications blunders oc-
curred much more frequently in
the exchanges between Washing-
ton and the UN Mission in New
York than was generally known.
He gave full credence to the
President's statement.
The alternative was succinctly
phrased by Sen. Henry M.
Jackson, admittedly no great
admirer of Carter's conduct of
foreign policy. "My intuitive
feeling," he commented, "is that
the heat got too much for the
White House and that they
changed their mind about sup-
porting the resolution."
skeptical of the official ex-
planation and called for full
public disclosure of the alleged
blunder "in order to insure that it
was a mistake and'not a change
in policy." Ambassador
McHenry was in the clear as far
as the actual vote went; he had
followed Vance's instructions as
Vance did not mention the
seven damaging references to
Jerusalem and McHenry ap-
parently did not think it was
necessary to do so. It should have
been obvious to both men that
these seven references were no
less objectionable than the para-
graph Carter had insisted must
be deleted.
The alternative to this pkture
of bumbling ineptitude which the
administration offered in defense
of its action is the chilling but
nevertheless likely prospect that
the American vote on this Arab-
sponsored resolution does, in
fact, represent a significant
change from the policy the ad-
ministration has publicly
espoused, that it represents the
real policy of the Carter adminis-
tration and that the American
vote was cast after due
deliberation but with a failure to
foresee the extent of the reaction.
IT IS much more logical to
accept this alternative than to
believe that Carter did not read
the text of a resolution on a vital
foreign issue, the only one in
which he can claim any success;
that Vance, the cagey inter-
national lawyer, read the text
without appreciating the signifi-
cance of the seven references to
Jerusalem; that Zbigniew
Brzezinski, the political scientist,
did not immediately grasp the
thrust and intent of the
resolution and what an American
affirmative vote would mean.
That is asking the world to ac-
cept a great deal.
If we examine the resolution in
the light of American policy in
recent years, we must concede
that it is a natural development.
Washington has never recognized
that Israel or Jews in general had
any rights on the West Bank. We
have refused to recognize the
incorporation of East Jerusale
into the city of Jerusalem, t
capital of Israel.
So now, we take Fast
Jerusalem out of limbo and
attach it to the West Bank and
say that Jews have no right to
live there or to settle there and
existing Jewish installations -
homes, schools, hospitals
must be removed.
IN OUR lifetime, only Hitkfa
Germany and Saudi Arabia have*^
pursued a policy of denying Jews
the right to live in their countries.
(Saudi Arabia, to be entirely fair,
also bars Christians and other
infidels from Mecca.) Now
President Carter has given the
American imprimatur to a policy
that says Jews must not live in a
large area of Palestine, including
and tradition. That is the
greatest betrayal.
Carter now pleads that he
didn't mean it, but his plea
cannot alter the fact that he has
helped make this the official
position of the United Nations.
William B. Quandt, who was
one of Carter's chief advisers at
(amp David, wrote recently thaUffi*!
the United States would evefr"
tually have to resort to pressure
on Israel to compel it to resolve
the future of the Palestinian
Arabs in a matter satisfactory to
the Arab oil sheikhs. But Quandt
was realistic enough to say he
didn't expect this until next year
after the presidential elections.
He failed to make allowances for
poor timing by the President.
N-.:;-:"Tr <:;':"
Carl Alpert
Olympic Ban Would Hurt Israel
HAIFA No other country in
the world will find it more dif-
ficult than Israel to reach a
decision with respect to par-
ticipation in the Moscow
Olympics. A few short months
ago, we were concerned lest we
not be invited as a result of the
Arab boycott attempt to keep us
away. Today we are faced with a
grave dilemma, whether or not to
accept the invitation which did
reach us.
President Carter has clearly
stated all the weighty arguments
for non-participation. They need
not be repeated here. Every true
Israeli subscribes heartily to the
condemnation of naked physical
aggression, and to the attempts
of any superpower to extend its
control over neighboring states.
IN ADDITION, Israel feels a
deep sense of loyalty to and
identification with the U.S. which
has done so much to assure
Israel's defense. But and it's a
big but there are factors in-
volved which apply uniquely to
Israel, and which cannot be
lightly brushed aside. A digest
summary of these factors should
suffice to underline Israel's
We are engaged in a constant
struggle to remain in in-
ternational sports bodies, while
the Arabs have been seeking,
with some degree of success, to
oust us. We have protested on
the grounds that the Arabs are
mixing politics with sports.
Should we now eliminate our-
selves from the Olympics for that
very reason and thus justify the
Arab campaign against us?
Our relations with the USSR
go beyond immediate politics.
Russia has a Jewish population
of over two million, and any
provocative action on our part
could result in an immediate
hermetic sealing of the door of
exit for them. Can we have it on
our conscience that our defense of
Russia on the Olympic issue
caused cessation of Jewish
OUR PRESENCE or absence
in Moscow will actually have not
the slightest effect on the major
issues involved. If Britain,
Germany, Canada and other big
states stay away, Russian
prestige is struck a blow. Our
absence won't affect the
Olympics in any way. The only
one to be hurt would be our-
Indeed, Russia would be happy
to have us stay away. Long
before we were invited, there was
hesitation in Moscow on the
grounds that'Israel represents a
security problem, requiring
special protection. Remember
Munich? The Soviet Union could
not ask us to stay away, but if we
bowed out, we would bring them
great relief.
We should not minimize the
effect on Russian Jews of the
appearance of an Israeli team,
under the flag of Israel, at the
international games. Previous
visits to Russia by Israel troupes
in much smaller numbers in-
variably contributed to a welling
up of intense Jewish sentiment
and identification with the
Jewish people, followed by new
expressions of desire to come to
Israel. The propaganda value of
our appearance on the Olympic
fields is much greater for us than
for any other nation.
WE COME back to that big
"but." What is indeed in the long
run in Israel's best interests? To
make the gesture of withdrawal
to show our solidarity with the
U.S. at a moment when America-
asks for our support, or to assert
an independent stand, main-
taining that there are times when
we must consider special in-
terests of our own? Admittedly,
it's not an easy question to
Foreign affairs circles here
recall a previous and somewhat
comparable instance in our short
history. Not long after establish-
ment of the State, the Peoples,
Republic of China practically ^
invited us to establish diplomatic/
relations, this at a time when
China was seeking friends. We,
unwilling to antagonize the U.S.,
which regarded China as hostile,
crudely rejected the offer, and
erected a barrier between us and
China that has never been
China's attitude to us has been
marked by bitterness ever since.
But in the meantime, the United
States did make its peace with
Peking. Only little Israel
remained out in the cold. Hot*
very, very different things mighc
have been in the Middle East
today if Israel enjoyed the
friendship and support of both
powerful statea.

Friday, March 21, I960
The Jewish Fhridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
Emerald Hills Annual Dinner 'Salute to Israel' Slated for April 20
The Jewish Federation of South Broward Emerald Hills Division held
its annual dinner recently on behalf of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
This year attendance surpassed that of any of the four previous
Emerald Hills dinners, with 164 people present. Emerald Hills
chairmen are Ben and Lee Rosenberg.
Sunday, April 20, a "Salute to
Israel" program will be staged at
Young Circle in Hollywood. The
theme for the celebration will be,
"Lev L'YIsrael: Yisrael B'Lev."
The program will consist of a
series of youth group per-
formances, booths selling Israeli
merchandise, an art contest, a
sing-along and a variety of
The program is being coor-
dinated by the Hollywood Jewish
Seated from left are Lee Rosenberg, chairman; Arky De Stout,
honoree; and Sabina Sab in Standing from left are Ben Rosenberg,
chairman; Sonny De Stout, honoree; Emanuel "NoNo" Razanovsky,
guest speaker; and Sam Sabin.
Sponsors seated from left are Lou Rappaport, Al Gandall and Jerry
Niederman. Standing from left are Eli Field, Charles Moses, Harry
Swartzman and Joseph M. Levene.
Seated from left are John Berkowitz, Phil Stein and Nathan Rakita.
Standing from left are Nathan Shainberg, Bernie Scheinholz, Dr.
Louis Winkelman, Jack Grossman and Aaron Liebenthal.
nt f?*;
From left are Sam Sabin, Nelson Dembs, Lee and Ben Rosenberg.
Sponsors not pictured are Hy GUcksteln, Jack Goldberg, Abbot
Greene, Max Klein, Sol Kurtz, David Schatzow and George Steinberg.
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EDITOR, The Jewish Fbridian:
In the last issue, you printec
an interview that Ms. Amy
Wilpon had with me almost a
year ago. In this interview, she
had a paragraph: "Women play
an active role in the Beth Tefilah
congregation. They are on the
pulpit to open the ark, have
aliyahs and aliyahs and also
invited to give sermons on Friday
Either it was an omission of
the word "no" aliyahs or it was a
misunderstanding on her part. In
spite of the fact that the ladies
have many involvements in our
congregational life, even sitting
on the board, etc., we have never
given aliyoth to women.
ORT Opens
Thrift Shop
ORT, the Organization for
Rehabilitaion through Training,
has opened a Thrift Shop for
"gently worn" fashions.
The store is located at 6805
Miramar Parkway, Miramar, and
the hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday through Friday.
All proceeds are used to
support ORT's 800 vocational
and technical schools in 24
countries, training 100,000
students annually.
Anyone wishing to donate
household items, last year's
mink, or pantsuit, or that special
occasion dress, worn once or
twice, need only contact ORT for
pickup. Tax receipts will be given
for merchandise that is clean and
Carol Sue Press is president of
the South Broward Region.
Community Center. Participation
in the planning process includes
all South Broward congregations,
youth groups. B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization and the Israel
Information Desk and Com-
munity Relations Committee of
the Jewish Federation of South
Steve Lecker, executive
director of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida,
has been coordinating the event.
"We hope to create a festive
atmosphere in celebration of
Israel's independence, our goal is
ti> focus on youth participation
and present an enjoyable af-
ternoon for all," Lecker ex-
Rabbi Robert Frazin of Temple
Sold, who has been active in the
planning process commented,
"Five years ago the South
Broward community had a
similar program that was an
outstanding success. This
program praesents the op-
portunity for the South Broward
community to celebrate the
existence and importance of
Israel to the Jewish community
and the community at large."
The program is slated to start
at 3 p.m. with merchandise, art
and food booths, games, par-
ticipatory folk dancing and other
activities. At 5 p.m. in the Band
Shell at Young Circle, there will
be youth entertainment as well as
professional entertainment.
Reserve Sunday, April 20 from
3 to 7 p.m. for the "Salute to
Israel" program at Young Circle.
Leadership Program Set April 15
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division Leadership Develop-
ment group will participate in a
leadership program, Tuesday,
April 15, at 9:30 a.m. in the
Federation office, according to
Florence Roth, vice president,
leadership development.
Guest speaker will be Brenda
Shapiro, director of American
Jewish Congress. The topic is
"Why Energy Is a Jewish
"Now that the Federation's
1980 CJA-IEF campaign is
winding down, we are looking
forward to reactivating the
Leadership Development group,"
explained Mrs. Roth.
Interested persons should
contact Louise Barbash at the
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The Jewish Floridianand Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 21, ic
1980 Missions Organized
From left are
Cheryl Lerner.
Susan Singer. Claire Pickman, Marlene Finch and
Participants at a recent Golden Surf breakfast held on behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund are from left William Taitelbaum, co-chairman;
Sam Weissberg, co-chairman; Gertrude Lazier, honoree; Gertrude Green, Danny Tadmore,
speaker; and Murray Green, co-chairman.
Federation Opens Synagogue Campaign
From left are Debbie and Evelyn Glasser. Lois Warren and Sumner G.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward held two
synagogue events Sunday,
March 16. At the first, Temple
Sinai honored Dr. and Mrs
Robert Pittell.
Elaine Pittell is currently in
her twelfth year as a board
member of the Federation. She
held the chairmanship of the
Soviet Jewry Committee, which
she organized, for six years and
currently serves as chairman of
the Federation's Community
Itelations Committee.
She was the driving force in
establishing an active Inter-Faith
Committee in Hollywood. With
her husband Bob, she chaired the
Arts and Cultural Committee at
Temple Sinai for several years.
Bob, a practicing pediatrician
in Hollywood, has served on the
board of governors of Temple
Sinai for the past 10 years. He
has also been an active member
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, serving on the board of
directors since 1974. The Pittells
have lived in Hollywood for 18
years and have three children.^-
Scott, Jeffrey and Lynn.
The second synagogue event
was held at Temple Beth Shalom.
The breakfast chairman was Dr.
Joel Schneider, and the guest
speaker was Emanuel
Razanovsky, a top quide for the
United Jewish Appeal, in
Hollywood for a special ap-
From left are Joyce and Ted Newman. Leah Finch and Dr. Larry
The gift shop at Community
Hospital of South Broward,
which donates all proceeds from
sales to area students aspiring to
careers in the health field, has
openings on its 10 1 and 5 to 8
shifts. Call Joan Meyers at the
hospital for further information.
SanKP Decaffeinated Coffee
and Matzoh Brei...
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Passover is a festive time A
happy time A time to share
great food and great times
with friends and family
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and co'fee-Watchers drink
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Friday, March 21,1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
v Yiddish Festival to Start March 23

A week-long Yiddish Cultural
Festival will be held during the
week beginning March 23 by the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida, which has
branches in North Miami Beach,
South Dade, Miami Beach and
The festival, which focuses on
the lives of Jewish immigrants
who fled Eastern Europe for the
United States during the late
19th and early 20th centuries,
opens on Sunday, March 23, with
;an all-day Yiddish Folk Fair on
^ the grounds of the Michael-Ann
Kussell Jewish Community
Center in North Miami Beach.
The fair will feature a wide
range of exhibits, demon-
strations, entertainment, food
and cultural attractions. All will
relate to the fair's theme "Only
in America the Jewish-
American Experience in the
United States.''
. ** During the week following the
fiiir. the festival will continue
The Hollywood JCC, branch of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida, is offering
another SAT Prep Course to
prepare high school students for
the May 3 test.
The course consists of eight,
two hour classes, 7 9 p.m.,
beginning April. The course will
be taught by Dr. Mary L.
Mutterfield, Ed. D., educational
consultant from the office of
Irwin Katz.
Registration is being taken
now at the Hollywood JCC, 2838
Hollywood Boulevard,
Hollywood. For further in-
formation, contact Tina Kliff.
'1 lollvwood JCC teen supervisor.
The senior adults of the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center are sponsoring a cruise on
the "Sunward II" Monday to
Friday. May 19-23.
Norman Freedman, of Lost
Horizons Travel is handling
Call Elaine Goldstein at the
JCC for any additional in-
The Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center has
planned a trip to Disney World
for junior high students only.
' The trip leaves the JCC (18900
WE 25th Ave., North Miami
Beach) at 6:30 a.m., Sunday,
March 30, and returns 4:30 p.m.,
Monday, March 31, (Students
will arrive home in ample time to
observe the first night of
Passover, March 31).
For additional information,
contact Margie Silberman,
Michael-Ann Russell JCC teen
for tasty
Diatr. by: HKJrodo Pood Co.. Inc.
with special programs at each of
the JCC's regional centers. These
South Dade JCC, 12401 SW
102 St., Miami: "Scenes from the
American-Jewish Musical
Theater" with Avram Arnold and
Arnold Sofvay; "Jewish Music"
with Cantor Sol Breeh; and
"Jewish Poetry and Literature"
with Rabbi Stanley Gerstein.
Michael-Ann Russell JCC,
18900 NE 25 Ave., North Miami
Beach: "Our Jewish Composers"
with Yamile Quintana; "Our
Heritage Now and Then" with
Marilyn Geschiver; and "Jewish
Influence in Our Government"
with Mina Winnick.
Hollywood JCC, 2838
Harrison St., Hollywood: "Who
Says Yiddish is Dying?" with
Rabbi Moshe Bomzer; "Growing
Up In The Shtetl, the Scheme of
Jewish Life" with Elaine
Goldstein; "A Bintel Brief a
Bundle of Letters to The Jewish
Forward"; and "Cantorial Gems
from the Past."
South Beach Activities
Center, 25 Washington St.,
Miami Beach: Yiddish Humor
and Music with Herschal and
Manya Gendel; "Mottel De
Messer" with Yiddish-American
puppeteer and humorist Max
Frank; Yiddish songs and music
with Tanya Sandier and Sonia
Gross; and "Memories of Yiddish
Theater" with Avrom Arnold.
Information about additional
programs and times events will
be held can be obtained by calling
each of the centers listed.
Yiddish Cultural Festival
Week is sponsored by the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Florida, Muriel Russell,
president, and the state of
Florida through the Fine Arts
Council of Florida, Department
of State, with the assistance of
the National Endowment of The
Arts, a federal agency. The
program if also sponsored, in
part, by the Dade County Council
of Arts and Sciences and the
Metropolitan Dade County
Board of County Commissioners.
Recreation of old-time Lower East Side tailor shop again will be part
of Yiddish Folk Fair, March 23 at Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofdr of Greater Hollywood
Friday. March 21.
LaMer Bonds to Honor Radelmans
A "Night for Israel" will be
held at La Mer under the
auspices of the State of Israel
Bonds Organization, on March
26, at 7:30p.m.
Abraham and Lillian
Radelman will be honored with
the State of Israel Generation
Award, in recognition of their
many years of dedicated service
and devotion to the economic
development of Israel through
the Bonds program.
Radelman has been active in
B'nai B'rith and the Anti-
Defamation League. Mrs.
Radelman is a member of
Hadassah and B'nai B'rith. She
is also active in ORT and the City
of Hope.
The "Night for Israel" is being
sponsored by La Mer B'nai B'rith
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Community Calendar'
April 6
event featuring guest speaker Yehuda Blum, Israel's
Ambassador to the United Nations, 10 a.m., Hallandale Jewish
Center, 416 NE 8th Ave Hallandale. Call Judy at 921-8810 for
reservations or more information.
April 14
HIUCREST HADASSAH, regular meeting, Hallandale, Cultural
An Group will present playlet, Please Call Me Sol," directed by
Florence Rose, noon, Hillcrest Playdium, Hillcrest Drive,
Hollywood, call Betsy rvtalkus, 963-0566.
National Council of Jewish Women, Hollywood Section, book
review by Mrs Hester Kapelow based on o current best seller -
12 30 p.m., Temple Sinai, 1201 Johnson St., Hollywood public
invited at no chorge, refreshments call 923-4286 for in-
April 15
Leadership Development progrom, 9:30 a.m., Federation office.
April 17
Board meeing, 9 30 a.m., Federation office.
April 19
p.m.. Emerald Hills Country Club, call Judy at 921-8810 for more
Lillian and Abraham Radelman
Committee. Ben Schwab is
chairman. Co-chairman are Leon
Glattman. Reuben Goldstein and
Sol Ross.
Accepting a plaque at a Hollywood Towers breakfast is his honor is
(second from right) Jack Gold. Looking on are from left Max Kalman,/
Mrs. Gold and Ben Neisner. The breakfast was held in support of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund.
Towers of Oceanview Park Event
Entertainer Emil
be special guest.
Cohen will
Plans have been completed for
the Towers of Oceanview Park
breakfast being held on behalf of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
The event U scheduled for
Sunday. March 23, at 10 a.m. in
the Recreation Building.
Nat and Frances Cutler will be
honored at the breakfast. 4
April 24
Hollydole Chopter, American Jewish Congress gala in-
stallation of officers, featuring Rosalie Williams, well-known
singer and entertainer noon Galahad South, 3801 South
Ocean Drive Call Jeanne Spevak, 454-7254, for information.
April 27
Breakfast, 10 a.m., Hallandale Jewish Center, 416 NE 8th Ave.,
April 28
Tennis & Golf Tournament, Emerald Hills Country Club, coll
Susan at 921 -8810 for reservations and information.
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Page 9
Israelis Limited to
$500 in Currency
The amount of foreign currency
Israelis are permitted to hold in
cash has been reduced sharply
from $3,000 a year to only $500.
The rest can be held only in
traveler's checks or a bank check.
This move against black
* capital was a surprise by Finance
ivflnister Yigal Hurwitz as he
presented next year's 63.5 billion
Shekel (IL 653 billion) budget to
the Knesset. He also announced
the ban on the transfer from one
foreign currency account to
IN PRESENTING the budget,
Hurwitz said he would have liked
to cut the budget even more, but
the defense and housing needs
1 ad to be considered. The budget
*as believed to forecast a very
difficult year for Israelis with
major cuts in services.
Sharp price increases were
therefore expected in public
transport, basic commodities,
municipal services, health and
national insurance fees and fuel
For instance, during 1980, fuel
prices are expected to double. In
dollar terms imports will cost 65
percent more. The budget in real
terms forecasts a freeze in the
standard of living, a cut in
manpower, in the public services
and a rise in unemployment from
38,000 to an average of 55,000
which is 4.2 percent of the labor
ALL THESE measures are
geared toward one goal a
reduction of inflation. Prof. Ezra
Sadan, director of the Treasury's
Economic Planning Authority,
said inflation should be curbed by
next December. Local defense
expenditure will go up 9 percent,
but civilian public spending
should not increase at all.
"We expect a reduction in
private consumption," said
Sadan, "and we expect a total
reduction in investments, par-
ticularly in public investments, in
inventories, not so much in the
business sector and not at all in
the sector which is exports
Although the Treasury had no
forecast regarding the price rises
for next year, in order to keep
public expectations low, Sadan
expressed his confidence that the
budget would not be increased in
real terms, when it is updated in
six months' time.
Treasury intended to maintain
real wages without deterioration.
"We do not intend to let wages
decline because of inflation."
Labor Knesseter Adi Amorai
took the podium following
Hurwitz' statement, and at-
tacked the government for still
printing too much money. He
said the Finance Minister had
only managed to frighten
everybody, but had not done
anything constructive. He
charged that the present budget
was based on a fallacy.
1* "^^""
Displaying the plaque he received as honoree at Golden Bay Towers' I
annual breakfast is Sam Slept (left). The event was held on behalf of
the Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund. Others seated from left are Meyer
Kaplan, Rabbi Elihu Steinhorn, guest speaker; Reva Wexler, JFSB
campaign director; and Jerome Gevirman.
Hillcrest Hadassah
Has 500 Members
At a recent board meeting,
Leda Strong, founding president
of Hillcrest Hadassah Group,
announced that after 14 years
Hillcrest Hadassah Chapter has a
membership of over 500.
Following is new slate of of-
ficers for 1980-81: President
Mrs. Mark Wolfin; Membership
V.P., Mrs. Sally Rittenberg;
Fund Raising Vice president,
Mrs. Nat Posen; Program Vice
president Sonia Podell;
Educational Vice president
Mrs. Charles Grody; Financial
Secretary; Mrs. Max Popowitz;
Treasurers Mrs. Charles Walk
and Mrs. Charles Herman.
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 half
a century our wholesome kosher fruits have been a
Jewish holiday tradition.
We dry them the traditional way, too. Naturally,
in the sun. So the natural sweetness you enjoyed as a child
still tastes the same today. And isn't that what
tradition is all about?
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofdr of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 21,1980
Accepting a plaque at an Aquarius function held in their honor are
from left Ann and Max Coffman. The presentor is Aquarius Chairman
Lewis E. Cohn. The event was held on behalf of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
From left are Lewis E. Cohn, Emanuel "NoNo" Razanovsky, guest
speaker; and Ann Cohn.
Olympus residents gathered recently to show their support of the Jewish Federation of South Broward
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. From left are Leo Hilzenrath, co-chairman;
Sandy Arenson, Herman Arenson, honoree; David Berlin, co-chairman; Gladys Witus, co-chairman; and
Mack Klein, chairman.
We at round the Seder table each year, and celebrate The Exodus
through traditions passed down to us over thousands of years These
Faditions have become so much a part of our heritage they are inscribed
in The Hagodah for all the world to see: the matzoh. the MaNishtanah ;
the Aphikoman. the recitation of the plagues, the chant of "Dayenu". and
on and on through the night, closing with Chad Gadya
At each Seder, however, there are other kinds of traditions. tradi
tons which are just as strong, just as chenshed They are our personal
family traditions. Unwritten and unsung, they are as much a part of our
Seders as the hard boiled eggs and bitter herbs. And among these, one of
the most popular traditions is the wine that is used throughout the
Seder evening. That 6 Manischewttz, of course. In millions of homes, it
just wouldn't be Passover without a bottle of Manischewitz Kosher Wine.
It B a wine that spans the generations and, somehow, symbolizes the
continuity of the family Seder. Faces may change, we grow older, some
times there is a new youngster to
ask the"MaNishtanah".. but always
there B the Manschewitz.
It holds a traditional and honored
place at our Seder table.
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Friday,. March 21,1980
The Jewish Floridian andShofar of Greater Hollywood
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Farmer^ Storm Knesset
Some 25,000 angry farmers from
all parts of Israel stormed the
Knesset building in a furious
protest against the Likud
government's agricultural
policies which they ?aid are
driving them to bankruptcy.
They pelted Knesset guards and
police with tomatoes, eggs,
snowballs and stones.
Police counter-attacked with
high pressure fire hoses. One
policeman was injured by a stone
and at least one demonstrator
was injured and hospitalized.
which became one of the worst
riots in Jerusalem in many years,
was triggered by the govern-
ment's reduction of price support
subsidies for agricultural
products. The farmers charged
that the government was sub-
sidizing frozen beef imports while
1\ Artist Appears in Pompano ESLffxR /S"^
reading, "You Won't Destroy the
Agriculture" and "The Stock
Exchange is Thriving but
Agriculture is Dying."
The farmers' wrath
directed mainly at Agriculture
Minister Ariel Sharon who they
accused of devoting all his time
to planting settlements in the
occupied territories but doing
nothing for the farmers. Sharon
is presently abroad. Several
Knesset members who tried to
mollify the demonstrators were
[booed and hooted down.
The Knesset Economic
Committee called a special
session to discuss agricultural
problems and invited
representatives of the farmers to
present their complaii ts.
Attendants at a recent La Mer Women's Division luncheon held on
behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund are seated from left Faye
Wiland, Estelle Glattman and Ida Freedman. Standing from left are
Leonore Weber, Ginnie Shader, Sylvia Fridman, co-chairwoman; and
EUa Upsher.
Irving Amen, the inter-
nationally acclaimed artist whose
diversified work in varied art
forms, and media, including
paintings, lithographs, etchings,
wood-cuts and sculptures that
are represented in prominent
museums, art galleries and
private collections throughout
the world, will make a rare per-
sonal appearance in Pompano
Beach at an open house Sunday,
March 23.
According to Steven Burton,
president of Broward Art
Galleries at 635 E. Atlantic Blvd.
in Pompano Beach, which is
sponsoring Amen's local ap-
pearance along with an extensive
exhibition of his paintings, wood-
cuts and sculptures, revealed
that this will be the artist's first
visit to Pompano, although he
has exhibited in all parts of the
world during the past three
decades. Amen specializes in
ethnic, biblical and musical
scenes as well as those of children
at play and of historical world
The 62-year-old Amen's wood-
cuts are part of the permanent
exhibition of block printing in
color at the Smithsonian
Following service in the U.S.
armed forces in World War II,
the native New Yorker gathered
worldwide fame which reached a
pinnacle when close to 50 prom-
inent universities and municipal
museums included his works in
their collections. One of the
numerous honors which befell
him during his steady climb up
the ladder of fame was when the
U.S. State Department chose to
exhibit "some of the finest of
Amen" in the Far East and
Africa. He was recently elected to
the Accademia Florentine Delia
Arti del Disagno, which has a
select small group of members
and to which Michelangelo
Burton, who in 1972 conducted
an all-Amen show in New York,
for the benefit of the U.S. Olym-
pic Fund, said that "the artist's
profund affection for mankind is
manifested in his sensitive and
tender works. The aesthetic
values and the powerful message
which each Amen production
presents is indivisible. That is
why he is one of the great artists
of our time."
Besieged with numerous offers
of special commissions, Amen
has accepted only those of great
significance and the limitations
set by the time element. He
designed a Peace Medal to com-
memorate the end of the Vietnam
War; ilhntratad the classic "GO-
gamesh" for the Limited Edition
H-V and crwttd desffrrw *or 12
iir.puno, Mr
Mrs Amen will stay at the Palm-
A special commemorative
Amen poster for the Pompano
appearance will be issued during
the open house.
Participants at a recent Golden View breakfast held in support of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward are from left Jack Orloff,
Wilhelm Meister, Dr. Sidney Geunan and Ben Denberg. Dr. German
was honored at the event.
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Friday, March 21, I960
Western Division Holds Shalom Hoe Down
The Western Division of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward held a "Country Supper
and Square Dance" at the home
of Lila and Murray Zedeck. More
than 65 people attended the
event, which was the first of
many to come for the residents of
southwest Broward.
phairmen for the event in-
cluded Lila and Murray Zedeck,
Sandi and Dr. Fred Khani, and
Elaine and Dr. Bob Pittell.
Western Division leadership
committee included: Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Benenfeld, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Blackburn, Rabbi
Bennett Greenspon, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Hyman, Mr. and
Mrs. Joel Lias, 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.
From left are Isabel Berman, Bobbie Levin, Mark Berman and Joel
Hosts, Murray and Lila Zedeck.
From left are Lenny Rose, BUI and Estelle Bender, Sandi Row, Myra
and Sid Schreidell.
From left are Esther and Dr. Oscar Winkelstein, Bonnie and Brace
Benenfeld, Elaine Pittell and Dr. Fred Khani.
From left are Dr. David and Avis Sachs, Dr. Bob Pittell, Dr. Arnie
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From left are Debbie and Tony Lundy, Richard and Randy Blackburn.
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Members of Temple Beth El, residents of Trafalgar II and
TBroward residents gathered at Temple Beth El for a Mideast Update
f"by Sen. Richard Stone. The event, held in support of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, honored Jules Gordon. Seated from left are Adeline
Davis, chairman, Trafalgar II; Jules Gordon, honoree; Lewis E. Cohn,
chairman of the event; and Joyce Newman, president, Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward. Standing from left are Sumner G. Kaye,
executive director, Jewish Federation of South Broward; Louis Ballin,
chairman, Trafalgar II; Sen. Stone, guest speaker; Rabbi Samuel
Jaffe, spiritual leader of Temple Beth El; and Milton Jacobs, temple
president. Not pictured are Reesa Freed man, Sisterhood president,
and William Schwartz, Brotherhood president.
' Residents of Golden Horn gathered recently at their annual brunch on behalf of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Seated from left are Evelyn
Saidel, co-chairman; Samuel Steinglass, co-chairman; Sid Wexler, committee member; and Sy Kahn, co-
chairman. Standing from left are Max Hurwitz, committee member; Joe Lazar, co-chairman; Lou Levin,
chairman, South building; Elmer Levenson, Michael Schlanger, chairman. North building; and Joe
CAJE Libraru Dedicates New Section
A new selection of books under
the category "Modern Religious
Thought" has been dedicated and
set aside in the Educational
Resource Center Library of the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education. The section will
include works of the great Jewish
philosophers' and thinkers, as
well as many of the non-Jewish
The section was made possible
by a series of donations and a
special seminar conducted by
Mrs. Edith Jacobson, lecturer
and authority on Modern
Religious Thought.
The seminar, "Cultures in
Conflict" was held on Feb. 24 at
the CAJE. Mrs. Jacobson has
k long been known for leading
' various classes throughout the
Miami area on this subject. Her
students chose Feb. 24 as the
date to unveil a special plaque
which designates the section in
the library to be set aside for
Modern Religious Thought in
honor of Mrs. Jacobson.
The Modern Religious
Thought Library Fund is one of
.^many funds set up by the
.Educational Resource Center -
Library to establish shelves
either in memory of or in honor of
people, for the sake of enhancing
and increasing the volumes in the
library. More information is
available by contacting Shirley
Wolfe at the CAJE.
Delta Phi Epsilon
Has Anniversary
The Delta Kappa Chapter of
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority at the
University of Florida is planning
its 25th anniversary celebration
{his April 19 and 20, according to
- president, Ellen Setnor.
' Delta Kappa alumnae and
spouses or guests are invited.
Elaine Lippman Stupp, 1040 S.
Sterling Ave., Tampa, 33609 or
Gail Blatner, silver anniversary
chairman, 1115 SW 9th Ave., ,
Gainesville 32601, have further
Abraham J. Gittelson acknowledges plaque honoring Mrs. Edith
Jacobson, right, in the library at the Central Agency for Jewish
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Audrey Meline (center) spoke to Jewish War Veterans, Women's
Auxiliary, from left, Min Dreyfuss, Prne Hollander, Saidi Hecht,
president; and Sylvia Henner at their recent meeting. Mrs. Meline
presented the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Road Show
which explains where dollars collected from the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fnnd are allocated.
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Staff at Menorah
Menorah Chapels announces it
has Jack Salz as a representative
of the public relations staff.
Salz is a Jewish educator who
has professionally served
synagogues in several states aa a
director of Jewish education and
synagogue administration for
over 35 years.
He is active with B'nai B'rith
and other community groups and
& the Florida co-chairman of
' telt Jewish education.
Salz will be working closely in
association with Herman Sirota,
director of the public relations
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Friday, March 21.1980
French Leaders Rap Giscard
PARIS (JTA) A four-
member French Jewish
delegation led by Alain de
Rothschild, president of the
Representative Council of French
Jewish Organizations met here
with Premier Raymond Barre to
protest against President Valery
Giscard d'Estaing's one-sided
declarations on the Middle East.
The delegation, and a com-
munique issued by the CRIF,
stressed Giscard's failure to
mention in his recent Kuwaiti
declaration Israel's right to exist
and its need for safe and
recognized borders.
communique expressed the
Jewish community's "fears and
growing concern" regarding
France's policy. Rothschild said
that France's 700,000 Jews are
"alarmed by the President's
mention of Palestinian rights
without even mentioning those of
The CRIF communique also
deplored France's lack of support
for the Israeli-Egyptian peace
treaty and lack of recognition of
Israel's attempt to find a solution
to the Palestinian problem within
the framework of the Camp
David accords.
Gertrude Sciaorek (right)
presents a certificate to Pauline
Rinzler, in memory of her late
husband, Joseph.
Presenting a plaque to Malaga Towers honorees Max and Jean Lander
(at right) is Gertrude Scisorek. The event was a brunch held in support
of the Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

V" "^w 1
esidents of Park Place gathered recently at a dinner in support of the Jewish Federation of South
|roward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. From left are Lee and Louis Fine, Park
ice organizer; Marjorie and Sol Pomerantz, Gertrude and Harold Nestler; Helen Krasnow, Florida
ate Rep. Lawrence J. Smith, guest speaker; Sheila Smith
Incongruities in Soviet Census Count
According to the recently
jblished census taken in the
Bviet Union on Jan. 17, 1979,
ke Jewish population in the
untry is 1,810,000, a significant
cline from the 2,151,000 figure
iven by the auhtorities in the
910 census. The total population
| the USSR is 226,400,000.
During the nine years between
ke two census counts, 173,446
tws emigrated from the USSR,
for reasons other than
igration, the Jewish
population declined by 167,800
(7.8 percent).
The official Soviet census
count has never been accepted as
a reliable source of information
by Jewish demographci experts
in the free world.
According to Elie Valk,
director of NCSJ's Soviet Jewry
Research Bureau, "In 1970, the
Jewish population in the USSR
was estimated to be betweeen 2.5-
3.0 million. The current figure,
1,810,000, seems to be far from
correct because Jew now, more
than in the past 10 years, are
willing to admit candidly that the
are Jews. If one deckles to accept
this figure, then it is clear that 20
percent of the Jewish population
want to emigrate. Our estimation
is that there are approximately
2.2 million Jews living in the
Soviet Union.
The heaviest Jewish-populated
republics are the Russian
Republic (RSFSR) with 700,000
Jews (807,900 in 1970), and the
Ukraien Republci with 634,00
(777,000 in 1970) Jews.
Galahad Court Women's Division gathered recently at a luncheon on
half of the Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund. Seated from left are Fritzie
(imball, Matilda Kimelblot and Jeanette Sussman, all co-
liairwomen. Standing from left are Nancy Brizel, beach coordinator;
'llii Rosenberg, Women's Division vice president, campaign;
"'ranees Briefer, chairwoman; and Esther Gordon, Women's Division
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Guidelines on
Personal Data
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Congress says interim
guidelines proposed by the Office
of Management and Budget for
the collection of racial, ethnic,
age and sex data from applicants
to federal benefit programs have
"serious shortcomings" because
they do not take into account the
problem of invasion of privacy.
Nathan Z. Dershowitz, director
of the American Jewish Congress
Commission on Law and Social
Action, made the comment in a
statement submitted to the OMB
on its "Interim Guidelines for the
Collection of Race, Ethnic
Background, Age and Sex
Information on Applicants Made
by Individuals for Benefits from
Federal Programs."
American Jewish Congress was
concerned that efforts to
eliminate segregation "do
utilize methods which, in
judgement, are both
constitutional and unwise."
He said the proposed interim
guidelines were designed to help
federal agencies insure that
programs under their supervision
complied with anti-
discrimination laws and to
minimize the paperwork burden
imposed on employers and ap-
plicants for federal assistance.
The American Jewish Congress
spokesman commented:
"Nowhere is there any in-
dication that the OMB realizes
that requiring individuals to
identify themselves by race is
both fraught with risk for abuse
and constitutes an invasion of
privacy which is considered
highly offensive by many in-
dividuals and which should be
required only for the most
compelling reasons."
Attendants at a recent Parker Towers breakfast held on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund are from left Samuel Rabkin, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Gutstein, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Levy.
Miriam Ludwig (left) accepts a plaque from Herman Schulman, Sea
Edge chairman at a recent Sea Edge brunch on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
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memory of Mrs. Ludwig's husband Louis' outstanding years of
devotion to world-wide Jewish causes.
Participants at a recent Jewish Federation of South Broward
Aquarius Women's Division luncheon on behalf of the 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund are seated from left Eleanor
Shuman and Rhoda Schluger. Standing from left are Ann Cohn, Edith
Frost, Ruth Manes and Mina Finkelstein.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. March 21, 1980
Women's League for Israel Leader Visits
The week of March 17 to 21 will
be "national president's week,"
featuring visits by Mrs. Harry
M. Wiles, national president of
the Women's League for Israel,
who will address all the 13
chapters of the organization in
South Florida. Two new groups
have been added since Mrs. Wiles
visited with the chapters just a
year ago.
The Aventura Country Club
will be the scene of a luncheon by
the Shalom Chapter on March 17.
Composed primarily of women
residing in Hollywood and
Hallandale, the group is chaired
by Mrs. David (Beatrice) Berlin,
who is also a national officer.
The Eden Roc will be the locale
of two Luncheons on March 18:
the Lincoln Miami Beach
Chapter, of which Mrs. Meyer
(Frances) Resnick is the chair-
man, and the Forte Towers-
Florida Chapter, with Mrs. Delia
Slater the chairman.
That evening Mrs. Wiles will
be featured at the "Speak-up
Forum" of the Palm Beach Spa,
on March 18, at 8:30 p.m.
Madame Bea Alexander, a Palm
Beach resident, a founder of the
Women's League for Israel and a.
national officer from the earliest
days, will also participate in the
Madame Alexander, whose doll
creations are internationally
famous and are exhibited in
museums throughout the world,
was recently an honoree at a
Formans Host
Plaza Towers Buffet
Ben and Mae Forman of Plaza
Towers North hosted a cocktail
buffet recently for all residents of
munity leadership all of their
lives. Their dedication to Jewish
causes and particularly to the
State of Israel has served as an
inspiration to all. Taraza added.
luncheon held by the Women's
League for Israel at the Hotel
Carlyle in New York.
On Wednesday. March 19,
Mrs. Wiles will be interviewed on
the Community Roundup of
WCKT-TV Channel 7. and then
at the Cricket Club address a
Luncheon of the Bonaventure
Chapter of which Mrs. Sheldon
(Annette) Kaye is the chairman.
On Thursday, March 20, Mrs.
Wiles will be in Margate, where
she will be meeting with the
chairmen and leaders of 13
chapters, including the one
organized in 1980 at Wynmoor
(Coconut Creek). The meeting
will take place at the home of
Mrs. Shim (Celia) Engelmeyer. a
national officer. Attending the
meeting will be the following
chapter presidents; Mrs. Eric
(Lillian) Kaiser. Aventura
Chapter, Mrs. Sheldon Kay
(Annette). Bonaventure Mrs.
Delia Slater, Forte Towers, Mrs.
Archibald (Mary) Sanft.
Inverrary, Mrs. Meyer (Franees)
Resnick. Lincoln Miami Beach,
Mrs. Abraham (Anne) Mindich,
Hatikvah Chapter (Sunrise
Lakes area), Mrs. Florence Strier,
Margate, Mrs. Blossom Miller.
Orah, (Deerfield), Mrs. Sol
(Hana) Srebro, Sabra (Lake
Worth area), Mrs. David
(Beatrice) Berlin, Shalom
(Hallandale and Hollywood
areas), Mrs. Irving (Faye)
Rosenstein, Tamarac, Mrs.
Richard (Elaine) Yadwin,
Woodlands and Mrs. George
(Janice) Zeitlin of Wynmoor
Chapter (Coconut Creek).
Mrs. Wiles returned from
Israel about six weeks ago. While
in Israel, she met with
representatives of the Ministry
for Social Betterment and at their
request, the Women's League for
Israel Nathanya Center will make
available classrooms and living
accommodations to the Insitute
for Educational and Social
Workers, to be run by the
cooperative efforts of the League
and the Ministry. Through this
I nstitute it is hoped to accelerate
Violet Wiles
the training of people able to help
in the growing teen-age
delinquency problems in Israel.
For 52 years; the Women's
League for Israel, has been
devoted to the welfare of young
people in Israel.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
JCC To Display Sculpture
The Michael-Ann Russell
vrish Community Centers, in
jperation with the Dade
purity Council of the Arts and
Metropolitan Dade County
bmmissioners, will exhibit 42
ecee of sculpture by Jacob
I'iniuk as a memorial to shtetl
I Shtetls, or small villages,
listed for generations in Poland,
fhit*' Russia, Lithuania, llun-
and Austria. Within these
ose-knit communities, Jewish
iilture, values and traditions
ourished. Every shtetl dweller
fas part of an extended family
iat embraced the entire
opulation of the village.
With the invasion of Hitler's
rmies during World War II,
Jiese shtetls, and this way of life
disappeared completely, and the
jrvivors dispersed to countries
ill over the world.
Jacob Sheiniuk, who lived his
lirst 18 years in a shtetl in Wilna,
fadassah Stages
Education Forum
Poland, has lovingly memorial-
ized the friends and neighbors of
his youth in wood, plastic and
metal sculptures. His works
display with affection those
people, giving future generations
a glimpse of a way of life that has
ceased to exist.
The exhibit will be on display
at the MAR-JCC, 18900 NE 25th
Ave., North Miami Beach, from
March 23 to April 15. Hours are
from 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3
p.m., Mondays through Thurs-
days. Special hours for groups
can be arranged by calling Judy
Glazer or Cynthia Klein.
The exhibit will be closed on
March 31, April 1, 2, 7 and 8 for
the Passover holidays.
Through the support of the
Dade County Council of the Arts
and the Metropolitan Dade
County Board of County Com-
missioners, a series of four pre-
World War II Yiddish films will
be presented and discussed on
four consecutive Wednesday
evenings beginning April 9 at 8
On Wednesday. March 12, the
jSouthwest Broward Chapter of
Hadassah, a member of the
Florida Mid-Coast Region, held
6ts Annual Education Forum at
Temple Israel in Miramar.
The chapter is represented by
five groups Fleanor Koosevelt
kof Carriage Hills; H'Atid and
'Henrietta Szold of Miramar and
kl'ark Place &. Tel Chai in Pem-
Ibroke Pines.
Mella Wiesner Is education vice
Ipresident corrdinator of the
[chapter and was chairman of the
Iday. Tne morning session was a
skit, "The Magical City,"
presented through the efforts of
Miriam Cogan, education vice
president of Park Place and
members of that group, with
musical accompaniment by Jack
Cagan, husband of the president
of the Tel Chai Group. Jean Fine
Iof Henrietta Szold led the singing
I of the anthems and was in charge
I of refreshments.
Following a lunch break, Rita
I Sherman, chapter president,
introduced Josephine Newman,
region education chairman;
followed by Hester Kapelow who
reviewed the two books by Moshe
[ Dayan Living with the Bible and
| Story of My Life.
Approximately 100 women
were in attendance.
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There will be an additional
showing for senior citizens on
Thursday mornings at 10 a.m.
beginning April 10. Tickets may
be purchased through the mail 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
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Jewish Education and You
By 1979-80, the original four
Jewish Special Education syna-
gogue programs and two com-
munity programs expanded to 11
programs. Two of these sup-
plementary school projects are in
South Broward, at Temple Beth
Shalom and at Temple Sinai.
Both synagogues accommodate
not only their membership, but
the non-affiliated community,
and children from other syn-
agogues as well.
At Temple Sinai, the nine
children meet for a special session
on Sunday mornings, 9 a.m. to
noon, with an instructor trained
in both special education and
The children are finally feeling
good about learning Hebrew,
prayers, customs and ceremonies,
etc., said Dr. Deborah Lerer,
director of special education for
the Central Agency for Jewish
How proud they are to display
their knowledge to classmates on
Tuesdays and Thursdays when
they are mainstreamed with the
other children, she said.
At Temple Beth Shalom, the
class meets in a self-contained
room twice a week and par-
ticipates in school functions
whenever they occur. The
children are very satisfied to be
The National Conference on
Soviet Jewry has learned that 44-
year-old Jewish activist refusenik
Igor Guberman is expected to go
on trial March 11. Guberman, a
writer and author of popular
science books and articles for
youth, was arrested Aug. 13,
1979, after he refused to
collaborate with the KGB. He
applied to emigrate to Israel in
December 1978.
According to the best in-
formation available, Guberman
was falsely charged for "traf-
ficking in stolen icons," but the
investigation dealt primarily
with his involvement in the
Jewish cultural movement. For
years Guberman was a con-
tributor to the unofficial
magazine Jews in the USSR.
Jewish activists in the Soviet
Union have expressed to the
NCSJ their fear that the trial of
Guberman may become the first
major step in a crackdown on
Jewish activists.
ACTION: Contact the
following authorities demanding
Guberman be released im-
mediately and permitted to
emigrate to Israel with his
B. V. Kravtsov, The Chief
Procurator of REFSR
Kuznetskii most 13
A. Kuznetsov, The Chief
of Moscow Region (oblast')
Tverskoy bulvar 18
Anatoly Dubrynin
Embassy of the USSR
1125 16th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
Aleksandr Khikvaidze
Consul General
Consulate of the USSR
2790 Green Street
San Francisco, Calif. 94133
Alert your elected officials to
the case and ask them to in-
tervene with Soviet authorities:
Rep. Edward Stack
1440 Longworth Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Sen. Richard Stone
1327 Dirksen Senate Office
Washington, D.C. 20510
Sen. Lawton Chiles
433 Russell Senate Office
Washington, D.C. 20510
Guberman, an author of
popular books and articles on
science for young people, was
affiliated with the Union of
Soviet Writers since 1965. When
it became clear to him that all
ways of artistic self-expression
were closed for a Jew in the
Soviet Union, he applied for
permission to emigrate to Israel
in December 1978. Igor had been
actively involved in the Jewish
movement in the Soviet Union
for several years. His main
contribution was to the unofficial
publication Jews in the USSR, a
journal devoted strictly to
cultural and historical aspects of
Jewish life in the Soviet Union.
Soon after submitting this
application, Igor was approached
by KGB agents who wanted him
to "keep an eye on emigrating
Jews and to denounce and
prepare provocations against
Jewish activists." He refused. To
punish Guberman, the KGB
arrested him on Aug. 13,1979, on
false charges of illegal purchasing
and selling of icons. He had been
collecting medieval relics for
many years, which is not for-
bidden by Soviet law.
The majority of Moscow
Jewish activists believe that
Guberman's arrest is just a
pretext; the Soviet government
in its quest to keep Jewish
emigration under control, is
trying to stop the publication of
the independent journal.
Since his arrest, Guberman has
not seen his wife. Only a lawyer
was permitted to see him in
Moslem States Damage Selves
progressing and learning at their
own pace, removed from the
anxiety of inappropriate
The Jewish community of
South Florida has begun to
recognize the need of its children
and is attempting to service
those needs. The initial six
months of the pilot special
education project have been
tremendously gratifying for
those who provided the initial
groundwork for the project.
Professional and lay leaders in
Jewish education are proud of the
fact that 120 Jewish children
receive special education
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said that "Moslem states" are
damaging themselves by im-
peding the U.S. use of military
facilities in Israel. Robert Komer,
Undersecretary of Defense for
Policy, expressed that view to
200 editors and broadcasters
from all over the country at-
tending a series of briefings here
at the invitation of the State
Speaking at length on Soviet
military power and its use of that
power to penetrate the Middle
East and threaten the oilfields on
which the West relies, Komer was
asked by Leon Brown, editor of
the Jewish Times of Philadelphia,
why the Carter Administration
does not take advantage of
military bases in Israel to help
overcome the situation he
described. Komer replied, "We
got a little problem."

January 1980. He was trans-
ferred from one prison in the
Moscow region to another.
According to the latest in-
formation, his trial was expected
to begin on March 11. He is
charged with "Acquisition or
Marketing of Property Known to
Have Been Criminally
Acquired." (Article 208 of the
RSFSR Criminal Code.) It is
important to note that the only
evidence against Guberman is
carried in the testimony of two
criminals who were previously
sentenced for stealing icons. The
maximum sentence under this
article is up to seven years im-
prisonment, with an additional
five years of subsequent exile.
Letters of support should be
sent to:
Igor Guberman
Zelenogradskaya23/i2 Apt. 173
Moscow 125475
land Park Blvd. Conservative Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowltz. Cantor Maurice
A. Nau.
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform (44)
57th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44 A)
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Cantor Joseph Wichelewski. (40)
School, 200 NW Douglas Rd.. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Bennet Greenspon.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd., Hollywood. Conservative. Rabbi
Bernard P. Shoter.
TlON. 400 S Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheon
J. Harr. 64
GOGUE.7473NW4thSt. 169)
NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein. Ph D. Cantor Jacob Dan
liger. il2)
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kongsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Land man (47B)
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
TEMPLE SINAI 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Seymour Fried-
man, Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Naftaly A. Linkovtky. (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood, Fia. 33021. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Robert P. Frazin.
Cantor Michael Kyrr. (47C)
FORT LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
Road. Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe
Bomzer. (52)
The success at Beth Shalom
Hebrew Day School, the syna-
gogue schools and community
classes has provided the impetus
for the expansion of Jewish
special education. The par-
ticipation of non-affiliated Jewish
families in an organized program
of Judaic studies for learning dis-
abled children adds renewed hope
for the future involvement of
families which have become
alienated from the Jewish
educational structure.
The child with learning dis-
abilities can either attend a day
school, or can successfully be
involved in a supplementary
school program if his academic
and emotional needs can be met
in a proper setting.
POC's Sister:
The Central Agency for Jewish
Kducation believes that as all
children are special and unique,
so must the individual learning
styles of all children be accom-
modated. That is what Jewish
education is all about. That is
what makes Jewish education so
Dr. Deborah Lerer is Director of
Special Education for the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
She is conducting a two year pilot
program (funded by Foundation
of Jewish Philanthropies of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Jewish Federation of
South Broward and participating
schools) in Jewish education for
children with learning
Russian Situation Critical
The following is a transcription
of a tape given to the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry by
Rivka Drori, the sister of POC
losif mendelevich, in advance of
Brotherhood / Sisterhood Week
Feb. 17-23.
"To all those participating in
Brotherhood Week on behalf of
losif Mendellevich, Yuri Federov
and Aleksei Murzhenko:
"My brother, losif Men-
delevich, has been in a Soviet
prison for almost ten years. In
June, 1970, he was arrested and
later sentenced at the infamous
Leningrad Trials. Since then all
of losifs Jewish co-defendants
have been released. losif remains
alone, cut off from the outside
world. Contrary to Soviet law,
Iosiff does not receive letters
from his family, and we have not
heard from him since last
"losif is a religious Jew. He
eats only kosher food, and refuses
to work on the Sabbath. He is not
allowed to keep Jewish books. He
prays and studies Torah
everyday. Because of his actions,
the prison authorities see him as
a challenge to them. Iosiff has
given courage to other Jewish
prisoners and, therefore, they are
trying to break him. Despite this,
Iosiff remains strong in spirit,
and is looking forward to his
future life in Israel.
"losif s spirit is strong, but his
body is weak. He suffers from
severe malnutrition and chronic
heart disease. At age 32, losif
weighs a mere 120 lbs. His recent
letters suggest that his condition
has grown worse. I am afraid that
losif will not survive until the
end of his present sentence.
"Recently we have seen a
major change in global offense.
The Soviet Union now poses a
major threat to peace. It is
because of this that we must act
now or lose losif forever. It is no
secret that the Russians view the
Olympics as a major tool in
advancing their aims. They wish
to portray an image of a cultured
people, part of the family of
nations, in the same way that
Hitler used the 1936 Olympics.
This time, however, we must all
speak out while the United States
has leverage and can still bargain
with the Soviets. This situation
in Russia is critical and many
experts fear a return to the
tyranny and oppression of Stalin.
The next few months may be the
last chance we will have to save
the life of losif Mendelevich.
"Thank you very much."
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/In enlarged Judaic Studies Department named in honor of Alfred Gottschalk, president of
the Hebrew Union College, is dedicated in Ashkelon at the K far Silver High School campus,
which was founded and is directed by the Zionist Organization of America. Left to right are
Alfred Gottschalk, president of the Hebrew Union College, and Ivan J. Novick, president of
the Zionist Organization of America. Some 600 students are enrolled.
PLO Spokesman Hails Soviets
Zehdi Terzi, UN representative of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization has hailed the Soviet
Union as the inspiration of the PLO. The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith said Terzi told
a recent meeting of American Communist Party
members that the "socialist countries are our
light and at the forefront is the Soviet Union."
Terzi was guest speaker at the eighth an-
niversary dinner of Jewish Affairs, a publication
of the Communist Party, U.S.A., held Jan. 27 in
New York.
The PLO representative greeted the Com-
munists as "comrades" and in turn was praised
as "our comrade," by Herbert Aptheker, editor of
the Communist organ.
Stuart E. Eizenstat, assistant to the President
for Domestic Affairs and Policy, will be principal
speaker and recipient of the Centennial Award
at the HIAS centennial dinner, Mar. 23 at the
Waldorf Astoria in New York, it was announced
by Edwin Shapiro, president of HIAS, the world-
wide Jewish migration agency.
Eizenstat is active in Jewish affairs. From
1970-1976, he was a member of the Executive
Committee of the Atlanta Jewish Community
Center. He served as vice president of the Atlanta
Bureau of Jewish Education from 1973-1976.
During this period he won the Young Man of the
Year award for leadership, presented by the
American Association for Jewish Education.
Yehuda Blum, Israeli Ambassador to the
United Nations, and Sol C. Chaikin, president,
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union,
will be principal speakers at Histadrut's mid-
winter Conference in honor of Aaron L. Solomon
on Sunday, Mar. 16, at the Sheraton Centre in
New York.
Other participants in the conference include Dr.
Judah J. Shapiro, president of the National Com-
mittee for Labor Israel; Matthew Schoenwald,
chairman of the American Trade Union Council
for Histadrut; and Bernard B. Jacobson,
executive vice president, National Committee for
Labor Israel.
The conference will also highlight the 60th
Anniversary Year of Histadrut in Israel.
Three South Florida Congressmen, Dante B.
Fascell, William Lehman and Edward J. Stack,
have joined other government, education, in-
dustry and labor leaders, as well as outstanding
personalities from the arts and literature, as
members of the National Council of Sponsors of
the ORT Centennial, it was announced this week
by Dr. Roland Moskowitz of Shaker Heights,
Ohio, and Miriam Pressman, of the Bronx, N.Y.,
co-chairmen of the National Committee for the
ORT Centennial.
The ORT Centennial Celebration in the United
States is a joint national project of the American
ORT Federation and Women's American ORT
and their 160,000 members. >
Nathan S. Ancell has been named chairman of
the board of the Institute for Jewish Policy
Planning and Research of the Synagogue Council
of America. '
In making the announcement, Rabbi Arthur J.
Lelyveld, president of the Synagogue Council of
America, said that "Mr. Ancell brings to this post
a knowledge of the Jewish community and
American life which will help spread the influence
of its work."
Rabbi Bernard J. Mandelbaum, executive vice
president of the Council, is director of the Insti-
tute which has its headquarters in New York.
Ancell, a resident of New Rochelle, N.Y., is
chairman of the board of Ethan Allen, Inc.,
furniture manufacturers whose headquarters are
in Danbury, Conn.
The American Jewish Committee has charged
that the remnants of the Syrian Jewish com-
munity, some 5,000 in number, "are kept as
hostages by the (Syrian) government, since they
are forbidden to emigrate, even to join relatives in
the United States."
The Committee's director of Middle East af-
fairs, Dr. George E. Gruen, has pointed out that
the State Department's recent survey of human
rights confirmed that Jews were the only group
within Syria totally denied the right to emigrate.
He added that in spite of personal assurances
given by Syrian President Hafez al-Assad to
President Carter that he would allow emigration
for humanitarian purposes, there has been no
lifting of the prohibition against emigration by
Jews, since 14 girls were allowed to leave in 1977.
Dr. Yair Sharav, newly-appointed dean of the
Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Dental
Medicine, founded by Alpha Omega Fraternity,
warns that "Israel is short of 800 dentists at
present and because -the average age of many
dentists is high, the shortage will rise by another
1,000 in the next five to ten years.
The School, which was founded 27 years ago
and has produced some 500 alumni, occupies a
position of leadership in Israel.
"Not Iran, but rather Saudi Arabia will be the
next target of the Soviet expansionist drive in the
Middle East," said former Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin in an interview that appeared in the
afternoon Hebrew dairy Ma'ariv. According to
Rabin, Khomeini has effectively cut off the
Americans from Iran's oil resources. In so doing,
he has already accomplished an important
element of Soviet strategy vis-a-vis the
Americans. High on the Soviet agenda is now
Saudi Arabia.
The Soviets will try to destroy the pro-
American regime in Saudi Arabia in two ways: by
a military action based from southern Yemen on
the one hand, and by instigating a revolution
amongst the masses in Saudi Arabia on the other
"If the United States does not frustrate that
plan, even if it means military intervention, then
the very existence of Israel itself will be in the
greatest danger it will have faced since the estab-
lishment of the State," Rabin said. Rabin further
added that the struggle for control of Middle East
oil is crucial to the future of the free world.
Weizman, Begin Hot
Over Settlements
Defense Minister Ezer Weizman
clashed angrily with Prime
Minister Menachem Begin and
Cabinet hawks when he declared
flatly at a Cabinet meeting that
the Jewish settlements on the
West Bank have no security
value and warned that Israel is
making the world "sick and
tired" by its positions on such
issues as Elon Moreh and
The confrontation occurred in
the course of the Cabinet's
discussion of Saturday's Security
Council resolution condemning
Israel's settlement policies in the
occupied territories and
Jerusalem. The Cabinet
denounced the resolution as
"repugnant" and expressed
"deep resentment" toward the
United States for supporting it.
WEIZMAN said the set-
tlements simply are not needed
for security purposes, although
they were of national value as an
expression of Zionism. Later,
under heavy fire from the
hawkish ministers, he modified
his statement by saying he was
referring to settlements like Elon
Moreh which had no security
value rather than all settlements.
Elon Moreh was ordered
dismantled by the Supreme
Court last October on grounds
that the government's claims
that it was needed for security
were contrary to the facts.
But Weizman, long at odds,
with the Cabinet majority on the
settlements issue, angered the
hawks further by asserting that
there was no justification to
attack the U.S. for its role in the
Security Council resolution.
President Carter placed his career
on the line in the autonomy
negotiations, Weizman said, and
Israel must learn to live with its
differences with the U.S.
HE SAID that the peace
treaty with Egypt has not
engendered a new spirit in the
country but rather an air of
depression. The moment of truth
has arrived, and the world no
longer agrees with the Israeli
stand on settlements, Weizman
His bitter exchange with Begin
came after the latter insisted that
the settlements were vital to
Israel's security. "We are making
everyone sick and tired of us,"
the Defense Minister declared.
"We spend time on marginal
matters like Hebron and Elon
Moreh, and this drags on end-
, lessly. Things cannot carry on
; like this any more."
Begin retorted, "Keep your
voice down please. I am the
chairman here. It is I who set the
tone at this meeting, not you."
Weizman replied that "if a
proposal is tabled here to settle
Jews in Hebron, I shall vote
against it."
Weizman that he had supported
the Cabinet decision last month
that Israel has the right in
principle to settle Jews in
Hebron. To which Weizman
responded, "I would ask you too
not to raise your voice to me."
The Cabinet deferred a decision
on Hebron until its next regular
meeting. According to reports.
Begin will press for a clear
decision to settle Jews in vacant
buildings in that West Bank
Arab town. It had been reported
earlier that the Prime Minister
favored a compromise which
would establish a yeshiva in
Hebron as a symbol of a Jewish
presence but not install Jewish
families there at this time.
His apparent shift to a tougher
stance is believed to have
forestalled plans by the Gush
Emunim militants of Kiryat
Arba to seize buildings in Hebron
without official sanction. The
militants have become in-
creasingly impatient with the
Cabinet's repeated postponement
of a decision on Hebron. Now,
confident of Begin's support,
they expect to have their way
without taking unilateral action.

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 21, I960

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by Rochetle Koerng
The "Race for Life" is the
annual social event and benefit
for the American Cancer Society.
Bobbi Schlesinger founded the
group and most ably continues to
provide leadership. A luncheon
and exciting afternoon at Gulf-
stream Race Track is one of the
highlights of the year.
In addition, a fabulous cocktail
reception is planned at the
California Club for the patrons
and benefactors. Among the
numerous generous supporters
attending the lavish evening as
well as the race will be the Jay
Simons. Dr. Melvin Rosses.
Jerrold Knees, Newt Greenes,
Ted Schwartzes, Bill Sterns and
Dr. Donald Guiliantis. Also, Stan
and Bonnie Kewitt, Allen and
Esther Gordon, Fred and Lor-
raine Greene, Leonard and
Phyllis Grand, Dr. Milt and
Marilyn Myers and Ben Tobin.
This impressive event was
organized by hardworking Fran
Knee, Chris Sepielli. Ilene Weis-
berg, and more than 75 hostesses.
These gals plan an extraordinary
affair to support a very im-
portant cause. Don't miss the
The football season continued
for nearly 200 fans attending the
Bar Mitzvah of David Brodie,
son of Myron and Charlotte
Brodie. David's favorite sport is
football and was the theme
chosen for the gala evening at the
Konover Hotel.
The beautiful morning services
were led by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man at Temple Emanu-El in
Miami Beach. David's strong,
clear, and melodious voice filled
the huge synagogue. The Bar
Mitzvah boy's loving sister
Debbie, proud brother and sister-
in-law Steven and Shelly, happy,
beaming parents Myron and
Charlotte, and adoring grand-
parents Moe and Ann Glovsky
and Irving Brodie shared David's
happy day. It was a milestone in
all their lives. David's stadium,
in the Konover Hotel, was filled
with his friends and family. My
son Jim. Walter and Danny Katz,
neighbors Greg Fishman and
Robert Eichner, Andy and Missy
Lader were among the teenagers
having a ball. Happy Hollywood
people present were Dr. David
and Elsie Spechler, Dick and
Bunny Goldstein, Vickie Kellert.
Bob and Sylvia Fishman, Dr.
Arthur and Vickie Eichner. Also
enjoying the fun were the Dr.
Bob Pittells, Dr. Norman Atkins.
Ken Schwartzes, Mort Levins,
Ed Kaplans, Dr. Joe Hopens,
Steve Leckers, Bob Roberts and
Dr. Al Rosenthals.
David scored a touchdown in
the hearts of everyone present.
The evening radiated the warmth
and love of the Brodie family.
Dr. Norman and Nancy Atkin
recently visited Boston with
Nancy's mother, Esther Shustic.
Norman participated in a course
on thoracic and cardiac surgery
at the Massachusetts General
Hospital. Nancy and her mother
enjoyed historical Boston along
with its cultural attractions and
fine shops. They were also for-
tified with a lengthy list of the
top restaurants. At the end of the
week Esther flew to Ann Arbor,
Mich., while Nancy and Norman
relaxed at their lovely vacation
home in Stockbridge, Mass.
Years ago Norman studied in
Boston, followed by an additional
year of training in Houston with
the famous heart surgeons, De
Bakey and Cooley. Recently, the
Atkins enjoyed a dinner reunion
with long-time friend Dr. Denton
Cooley at the Diplomat Hotel.
Residents of Pembroke Pines
and Hollybrook are very proud of
Sylvia and Dr. Al Goldenberg.
Sylvia, who is president of the
Democratic Women's Organiza-
tion of Southwest Broward. was
elected president of the Council of
Presidents for all Democratic
Clubs of Broward County. She is
the first woman chosen to hold
this office. Husband Dr. Al
Goldenberg is a commissioner of
the South Broward Hospital
District Board. This year the
Goldenbergs are among the
honorees selected for recognition
at the annual UJA Hollybrook
Tropical Acres was the scene of
the lively dinner-dance
celebrating the 61st wedding
aniversary of Abe and Anna
Adler of Carriage Hills. Ben
Halfon. Eddie and Rose Popok,
brothers Leon and Izzie Adler
win among the many well-
wishers gathered at the
Congratulations to Mel and
Roz Pollak on the birth of their
granddaughter Sara Rotman. I
remember when "Bubbe" Roz
and "Zaide" Mel bowled with us
in the Kings and Queens young
couples league Chairmen of
the Nova University Derby Ball
are popular Sheldon and Bobbe
Schlesinger. This year the soiree
will be held at the Tumberry Isle
Country Club Best wishes to
Dr. Norman and Susan Talpins
on the Bar Mitzvah of their son
Steven. Sharing the Happy
occasion were sisters Karen and
Lauren, grandparents Rose
Herman. Sam and Yetta Talpins.
and Uncle Saul and Aunt Millie
Nitzberg ... Ed and Bea Lane, in
a party mood, entertained 80
friends at the sumptuous King
Neptune Buffet at the Emerald
Hills Country Club Fang and
I and Dr. Norman and Natalie
Bluth feasting also at the King
Neptune Buffet. Seated nearby
were Marvin and Charlotte Got t -
leib and Joe and Gloria Reich .
Enjoyed dinner with Israeli
guide-teacher Emanuel (No-No)
Razinovsky at Le Dolphin, along
with our son Jim and Dr. Havey
and Barbara Peretz and their son
Andy. We had been together on a
UJA family mission to Israel for
Passover 1977 Helen Covitz
and Pauline Hirsh entertained 60
friends at a magnificent brunch
and book review at Emerald Hills
Country Club. They created their
own unusual centerpieces. Com-
plimentary words of praise were

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visited parents Morris and LU
Fishkin in Yonkers, NY. The
Fishkins are regular winter
visitors in Hollywood
Enthusiastic theatergoers enjoy-
ing the brilliant presentation of
"Elephant Man" at the Parker
Playhouse were Drs. Bob and
Selma JoseU, Bernie and Sally
Gouz, Margo Gould, Dr. Joe and
Sue Badat, Norma Veil, Mel and
Gloria Friedman, Norman and
Pauline Platt.
The senior adults at the JCC
were recently treated to an
unusual and most successful
program. Alyce Solar had visited
her son, an officer stationed in
Germany, and together they
traveled to Egypt. With the co-
operation of Elaine Goldstein,
Alyce decided to share her ad-
venture with friends at the JCC
and present a travelogue. She
borrowed the slides from niece
and nephew Audrey and Dr. Sam
Meline and enlisted the help of
her sister Lillian Belson and
"show biz" husband Irving
Belson. Dressed in authentic
Egyptian costume, Alyce and
Lillian were the belly dancers,
wearing modesty veils, of course.
Irving was the mysterious sheik.
Their performance was so out-
standing that this traveling com-
pany has been booked by four
More JCC dancers are found in
the early morning aerobics class
organized by cultural arts pro-
grammer Judy Glazer. Mary
Gottleib. Dina Kaye, Selma
Hopen, Mary Lift and Marilyn
Kaplan are among the women
jogging to music. After skipping,
running, hopping and sliding for
an hour each week, they go
limping home. Aerobic dancing
helps people keep in shape.
Judging from how well these girls
look, the course definitely works.
Why go to Las Vegas? The
"Friends for Life" benefiting the
University of Miami School of
Medicine presented "A Junket to
Emerald Hills." President Marge
Saltzman, Seena Jaeger and
Cynthia Baron helped plan the
evening along with Lynne Packer
and Mimi Lerner who sold
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of years, food has been an integral part of the
Passover celebration. And for thousands of y^ajs,
dried figs have been an important source of foe
for the Jewish people. That is why CaMomia.'^
growers want to give you these fine recipes for
both traditional and modern Passover dishes.
When you buy dried figs, be sure to pick up your
own free copy of these carefully written and tested
recipes. And, as you enjoy them, remember that,
today, this ancient and nutritious sweet is ripened
and dried in the California sun.
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The California Dried Fig Advisory
BoardFresno, California '

By, March 21, 1980
The Jewish Floridian andShofar of Greater Holly wood
Page 23
In My Opinion
[light of everything that has
happening with Israel,
ica and the Arabs, I feel
I owe the Arabs a bit A
fce. The boycott of Jews and
sh businesses that they have
I out is incomplete.
Arab who has syphilis
not be cured by Salvarsan
it was discovered by a Jew,
He must not even take
Bst for this disease since this
vas discovered by a Jew,
lerman. If an Arab suspects
I he has gonorrhea, he must
Bk diagnosis for he will be
the methods of a Jew,
Arab who has heart disease
not use Digitalis, the work
[Jew, Ludwig Traube. If an
gets a toothache, he must
[allow his dentist to use
ne, as its use was
krered by two Jews, Widal
i'eil. Diabetes? Insulin was
Drk of a Jew, Minkowsky.
ill of these facts are giving
^rab reader a headache, he
forget about using
lidon and Anti-
|e These were dis-
ed by Spiro and EUege.
this article gives them
alsions, they will just have
fer because Chloral Hydrate
st used by a Jew, Oscar
Leibereich. They must do
likewise with their psychic
ailments becuase Freud, the
father of psychoanalysis was also
a Jew.
An Arab with diphtheria
should not use the Schick
Reaction test because the in-
ventor was a Jew, Bela Schick.
Arabs of all ages must forgo the
use of vitamins since the
discoverer of their nutritional
value was a Jew named Kasimer
Funk. Their children must die of
infantile paralysis for the
discoverer of the polio vaccine
was a Jew, Jonas Salk.
All Arabs must refuse
streptomycin, and die from
tuberculosis or admit the Jew
Zalman Waxman. Arab doctors
must discard all discoveries and
improvements of these Nobel
Prize winners Volitear,
Barangai, Otto Warbur, and
Judas Sehan Benedict.
In short, a good Arab may
fittingly and proudly be afflicted
with syphilis, gonorrhea, heart
disease. typhus, headaches,
diabetes, mental disorders, brain
damage, polio undernourishment,
convulsions and tuberculosis,
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Treat your (amity and friends to a lute of tradi-
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llieJ ewisn Meridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, Much 21,1980

On this Passover 5740/1980
as we gather in celebration...
Arthur Szyk
... thousands of our fellow Jews
are denied their birthright in the Soviet Union,
are threatened with extinction in Ethiopia,
drop out of sight in Argentina.
Let us pray work give
for their freedom and deliverance.
Support the
Jewish Federation off South Broward
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
2719 Hollywood Boulevard

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