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

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

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^Jewlslh Floridiai ui
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
ilume 10 Number 7
Hollywood, Florida Friday, ApriM, 1980
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Women's Division Sets
Tennis, Golf Tourney
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be Jewish Federation of
Ith Broward Women's
Ssion is finalizing plans for its
ind annual Tennis and Golf
rnament and luncheon, being
on behalf of the 1980
ubined Jewish Appeal Israel
Brgency Fund, according to
ilie Bluth and Bobbie Levin,
Irwomen.
lie $100 minimum com-
nent event will be held
kday, April 28, at the
braid Hills Country Clu>,
IN. Hills Dr., Hollywood,
lor tennis participants and
fctators, -continental breakfast
be served at 9:16 a.m. The
sis tournament will begin at
I a.m.
fcolt participants and spec-
brs will be served a continental
kfast at 7:46 a.m. The 18-
i shot-gun tournament will tee
t 8 a.m.
he luncheon is scheduled for 1
Guest speaker is Gene
enzweig, executive director of
kral Agency for Jewish
cation.
Irs. Bluth and Mrs. Levin
lined that the event is (reared
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To Secure the Present,
Provide for the Future
A PASSOVER MESSAGE
From Joyce Newman, President,
Jewish Federation of South Broward
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This year Passover takes on
special significance for us all. The
promise of an elusive peace seems
brighter than at any time in
recent history. And yet, the
United Nations action, approved
by our own United States, once
again underlines the reality of the
concept that we Jews must be
responsible for each other. All
members of your Federation
family can take pride in knowing
we have played and continue to
play a part in making the path
toward peace a reality for our
people.
Joyce Newman
Bobbie Levin
toward women who wouldn't
ordinarily attend a Federation
function. The purpose of the all-
day gathering is to educate these
Natalie Bluth
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women about the Federation and
the needs of Jews around the
world.
Tennis and golf are optional.
Hills Dinner Dance Set For April 19
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He Jewish Federation of
th Broward Koach Division
|hnld the second annual Hills
er-Dance, Saturday, April
it the Emerald Hills Country
), according to Larry Hunter,
i Dinner-Dance chairman.
he event, being held on behalf
the 1980 Combined Jewish
pal Israel Emergency Fund,
feature "Together We
a special multi-media
th presentation produced in
^rald Hills, Hollywood Hills
Israel. The nationally ac-
claimed production was directed
and written by Janie Herman,
Beverly Shapiro and Haviva
Shull.
"In our campaign this year, we
must raise MORE THAN EVER
- because the needs of our fellow
Jews are greater than they have
ever been ... in a time of
gathering hope for peace," ex-
plained Hunter.
The Dinner-Dance is open to all
residents of Emerald Hills and
Hollywood Hills. Cocktails are at
8 p.m., and dinner will follow.
::
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Larry Hunter
Shamir Issues Warning
By GIL SEDAN
IERUSALEM (JTA) -
eign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
warned the West European
ltries that they could not
jfess friendship for Israel and
same time express support
the Palestine Liberation
anization and the creation of
Jestinian state.
his first speech in the
fcsset since he became Foreign
kister, Shamir spoke in reply
Jfour agenda motions which
essed concern over recent
ements by West European
ernments, particularly West
aany and France, and
stria's extension of
Ignition to a PLO official in
ina.
I AMIR SAID that these
Intries which considered
tselves friendly toward Israel
about to join the choir
bnst Israel and aid those who
It to end Israel's existence,
arope should reexamine its
licies and realize that such
pements endanger peace," he
He urged the Europeans to
support the Camp David accords
and to assist moderate forces in
the Middle East.
According to Shamir,
European support for the
Palestinian cause was linked to
Arab oil. He said that Israel had
to improve its information
campaign abroad to convince the
world to support the
peacemaking process and reject
such groups as the PLO which
want to destroy the Camp David
accords. He praised the efforts of
Jewish communities in West
Europe in that connection.
Last Sunday in London
representatives of the largest
Jewish communities of West
Europe held a meeting in which
they appealed to their govern-
ments and to the European
Economic Community not to
interfere in the Arab-Israel peace
process and expressed grave
concern at the growing support
for the PLO.
FORMER FOREIGN,
Minister Abba Eban of the
opposition Labor Party, also
accused the West European
nations of "prejudicing the peace
process" and "preferring their
own particular interests to the
general international welfare."
Carter
Honors
Wiesenthal
Deny Weizman in Secret Talks
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Defense Ministry
its denied reports that Defense Minister Ezer Weizman
lade a three-day secret visit to South Africa last weekend
i discuss "security matters." The reports, based on one
rhich first appeared in Maariv, claimed that Weizman
\&s sent to South Africa by Prime Minister Menachem
egin, and only a few Cabinet ministers knew about it.
President Carter has signed
legislation which authorizes the
presentation of a gold medal to
Simon- Wiesenthal, in-
ternationally known as a hunter
of war criminals.
The gold medal will recognize
Wiesenthal for his contribution
to international justice through
the documentation and location
of war criminals from World War
II.
President Carter, in a previous
telegram of praise to Wiesenthal,
hailed him as "a champion of
human rights.
"Your achievements stand as a
beacon of hope for all who have
known the horrors of persecution
by totalitarian regimes, as well as
for those of us who are deter-
mined to ensure that such horrors
will never recur," President
Carter said when he commended
Wiesenthal upon receiving the
Decalogue Society of Lawyers
Annual Merit Award.
It also is significant that this year thousands of Jews, who
only months ago lived lives of insecurity and even danger, will
celebrate Passover in an atmosphere of freedom and reunion.
Over the past 12 months we have seen the largest migration of ::
our people since the 1930's. For many of them, this will be their ;ft
first Seder.
Thousands still await the opportunity to live and par- j
ticipate in a free society. To them, everywhere, and to the -g
thousands in Israel who are striving for a better future, we at the S
Federation, once again, on this Pesach, reaffirm our commit- ::
ment to strive to secure the present while providing for the jg
future. :
Peace, far from bringing an end to our struggle, tests our $
resolve anew. Peace demands we confront even more complex S
and elusive goals, and impels us to demonstrate a broader ::
p. vision, increased determination, and a constancy of action. B
Now more than ever, we must demonstrate the strength of ';:
heart, mind and soul to create a unity of purpose for our people. %
: Good Pesach! 3
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Yehuda Blum To
Speak in Hallandale
The public is invited to hear
Yehuda Blum, Israel's Ambas-
sador to the United Nations,
Sunday, April 6, at 10 a.m. at the
Hallandale Jewish Center, 416
NE 8th Ave., Hallandale.
The event is being held on
behalf of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund, according to Dr.
Philip A. Levin, campaign
chairman.
Ambassador Blum has been
the permanent representative of
Israel to the UN since Septem-
ber, 1978.
Born on Oct. 2, 1931,
Ambassador Blum was detained
in the Nazi concentration camp of
Bergen-Belsen in 1944. He earned
a master's degree in law from the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
in 1955 and a doctorate in inter-
national law from the University
of London in 1961.
Yehuda Blum
Number of Refuseniks Increases
According to the Soviet Jewry
Research Bureau, as of January,
over 3,000 Jews received new
refusals for applications to
emigrate to Israel. An increase of
500 cases in three months, this
figure represents only those
known to the NCSJ.
The number of actual refusals
is undeterminable. Many of those
whose visas were denied in the
new wave of refusals which
started in the summer of 1979,
fear publicity or don't un-
derstand how to make their
plight known to the public.
The Bureau estimates that
there are 7,500 individual cases of
, Jews in the USSR whose exit
visas were denied, since a new
Soviet crackdown began.
The vast majority of those who
recently received refusals were
not involved in Jewish activities
and were merely eager to leave
the Soviet Union.
Of the 3,000 refuseniks
wanting to leave the Soviet
Union, about 200 have been
waiting to emigrate for at least
seven years. The majority,
however, have received refusals
only within the last two years. (A
list of long-term refuseniks is
available from the Soviet Jewry
Research Bureau).


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of three scheduled phone-o-thons recently in order to "dean op" the
outstanding pledges in the South Ocean Drive area. Seated from left
are Beatrice Borow, Freddy Epstein and Minna Fleekop. Standing is
Roz Oremland, co-chairwoman of the Beach phone-othon
|Seated from left are Betty Goldstein, Lila Brecker, co-chairwoman:
and Francoise Chapnick. Standing from left are Roslyn Solomon,
Jeanette Filler and Ann Schleas.
Healthy, Happy Passover
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Jewish Family Service
Office Locations, Hours
For your convenience, the JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE
|]OF BROWARD COUNTY presents a listing of its services,
locations and office hours.
Offices are maintained at:
Hollywood Office
1909 Harrison St.
Hollywood, Florida 33020
Telephone: (305) 927-9288
Fort Lauderdale Office
3500 N. State Road 7
Suite 399
Fort Lauderdale Florida 33319
Telephone: (305) 735-3394

Jewish Family Service is a counseling agency offering its
services to all residents of Broward County. The basic objectives
of the Agency are to promote and strengthen sound family life in
the community and to prevent personal and family breakdown.
The program for carrying out these objectives is administered
by professionally trained social workers, providing casework
counseling services for a wide range of personal, family and child
care problems. Jewish Family Service of Broward County also
offers group counseling and services to the aged, family life
programs to community organizations as well as an active
Russian Resettlement Program
Jewish Family Service is a licensed adoption and foster care
agency.
The Agency is a financial recipient of United Way of
Broward County, Jewish Federation of South Broward and
Jewish Federation of Fort Lauderdale
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Women's Division |
Phone-0-Thon 1
Phone-O-Thons are being held &
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Division to dean up any out- ::
standing pledge cards in the
Women's Division campaign on >::
behalf of the I960 Combined 1
Jewish Appeal Israel ::
Emergency Fund, according to ::
Elaine Pittell. Phone-O-Thon |
chairman.
"The first phone-o-thon, held
March 23 and 24, was a real
success for the Women's
Division, remarked Mrs. Pittell.
Confirm Pledge through Card
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Campaign
Department is confirming verbal
pledges made to the I960
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund through the
phone-o-thons by sending a green
pledge card to contributors who
make a pledge by telephone, '
according to Dr. Philip A. Levin,
campaign chairman.
People receiving a green pledge I
card in the mail are urged to sign
and return the card and / or pay
their pledge so their gift can be
included in this year's
allocations, added Levine.
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Friday, April 4.1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
Sam Kotler (left) was the driving force behind Hillcrest's Israeli Nile,
held recently in the Playdium. Guest speaker was United Jewish
Appeal Mission guide NoNo Razinovsky (center). At right is Tom
Cohen, who is a Hillcrest building captain and served as master of
ceremonies at the event.
Women's Division
Announces 1980-81
Slate of Officers
The following is a list of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward Women's Division slate for 1980-81. These women were
nominated by the 1980 nominating committee.
Elections for the upcoming board of directors will be
Thursday, April 17. The meeting is open to the public and will be
held at the Federation office.
Anyone wishing to submit names for consideration either in
addition to the proposed slate, in place of a name, or those
wishing to eliminate a name, must follow the petition process as
outlined in the Women's Division by-laws and submit the
petition to Esther Gordon, Women's Division president, no later
than April 10.
1910-81 WOMEN'S DIVISION SLATE
President:
Campaign Vice President:
Community Education Vice President:
In Service Vice President:
Leadership Development vice President:
Secretary:
Nominating Committee Chairwoman:
Parliamentarian:
Bobbie Levin
Brenda Greenman
Florence Roth
Audrey Meline
Arlene Ray
Evelyn Stieber
Rochelle Koenig
Hannah Adel
BOARDMEMBERS:
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Nanry A Ik in
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.l.ini,' Herman
Natalie Bluth
I- randM Hrlefer
Nancy Hrizj'l
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Ksther Gordon
Mary Gottlieb
loan Gross
Kayla Herscovltch
Gloria Hess
Elite Katz
DlnaKaye
Audrey Klein
Merry l.iff
lira MoKllowttz
('ami HorgBrMhtolll
Joyce Newman
Sara Ottensteln
Elaine Plttall
Joan RatlCOff
Jackie Iti'it'hbaum
Kuth Koili-nsky
I irlla KusenberK
Noreen Schapiro
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Kannle Schlfrin
Hannah Schorr
Beverly Shapiro
Susan Singer
Sally Weiss
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ASSOCIATE BOARD MEMBERS (Part-time residents):
Dorothy Llpson
Dorothy Shalnberg
Urgent Appeal by
Leading Rabbis of
Eretz Israel
on behalf of
The Central Aid Fund
"Notzar Chcsscd" of Jerusalem
Among the activities of this organization:
(1) Free distribution of food to poor and needy families
daily and especially for Shabbos and Yom-tov.
(2) Free distribution of Passover food to over 1,000 needy
families.
(3) Free loan of tables and chairs to poor families for sim-
chas.
(4) Sale of household goods at specially reduced prices to
low income families.
We appeal urgently to our brethren to enable "NOTZAR
CHESSED" to continue and expand their vital work in
aiding poor families. We especially appeal at this time for
donations to provide Passover food for over 1,000
families.
May the Almighty bless all donors with health, long life
and success in all matters.
Rabbi Yechezkel Shraga Halber.tam
Rabbi Shalom Halevy Eiaen
Rabbi Moahe Halberatam
$50 will provide support for one family for one month.
SI00 will provide Passover food for one family.
11,000 can establish a fund in name of donor for crockery, tables and
chairs to be loaned to poor families for their simchas.
Stnd donations dirtct to:
"NOTZAR CHESSED"
P.O.B. 5619 Batei Ungarian 201
Jerusalem, Israel
Chaplaincy Conducts Seders
The Chaplaincy Service of the
Jewish Federation of South
Rroward enabled Jews in 14
institutions to celebrate
Passover.
Model Seders were held at
Dania Nursing Home, where
members of the United
Synagogue Youth of Temple
Israel of Miramar led the service;
at Hollywood Hills Nursing
Home, where the students of
Temple Beth El conducted the
service; at Golfcrest Nursing
Home, where the Grand People of
Temple Solel led the Seder;
Hallandale Rehabilitation
Center, where the Seder was led
by students of the Hillel Com-
munity Day School and
Washington Manor Nursing
Home where Rabbi Harold
Richter conducted the Model
Seder.
Other Seders were held at
Biscayne Medical Center and the
Community Hospital of South
Broward, the Exceptional Adults
Basic Education Program, the
Broward Correctional
Institution.
Rabbi Richter, chaplain of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, conducted these
Seders.
There were three Model Seders
held at the South Florida State
Hospital: for geriatric patients,
for the children's division and
general patients. Rabbi Richter
conducted these Seders, assisted
by the members of the Einstein
AZA as well as the Hallandale
and Hillcrest Chapters of
Women's B'nai B'rith and
Jerusalem lodge of H'nai B'rith,
who served the patients, and the
David Ben-Gurion Lodge who
funded the Model Seder.
In addition, almost 500
Passover packages were
distributed to members of in-
stitutions as well as indigents.
Also GOO copies of an abridged
.(inkin of the llaggadah were
distributed to patients in six
hospitals as well as nursing
homes and other institutions.
The Passover "Care" package
program was funded by the
Jewish Community ("enters of
South Florida as well as in-
dividuals and local Jewish
organizations.
Women Leaders to Discuss Energy
The leadership Development
Council of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward Women's
Division will participate in "The
Energy of Change," a discussion
of why energy must be a Jewish
issue and what can be done about
it, according to Florence Roth,
vice president. leadership
development.
The event, featuring guest
speaker Brenda Shapiro,
executive director of the
Southeast Region of American
Jewish Congress, will be held
Tuesday, April 15, from 9:30 a.m.
- noon at the Federation office.
Sing-a-long for Shalom Hadassah
On Wednesday, April 9, the
Shalom group of Hollywood
Hadassah will hold a meeting at
noon at the Washington Federal
Building, 450 N. Park Road.
Program chairman Sadie Nabel
will introduce Or. Meyer Lan-
dman, who will give a program of
Israeli and Jewish songs and lead
a sing-a-long. He will be ac-
companied by pianist Harry
Lefcourt.
Riverside Memorial Chapels
Extend Passover Greetings
Alfred Golden, Executive Vice President
Arthur Grossberg, Vice President
Mark Ginsberg, Vice President
Advance Funeral Planning.
Without it your program of family protection
may be incomplete.
You probably have a will. But,
you may-have neglected what may
be the most considerate thing
you can do for those you love.
Advance funeral planning.
Today there is a remarkable
new pre-need plan available, that
a growing number of people are
finding a sensible method of
family protection.
It's called The Guardian
Plan.
Here are some of its most
important features:
1. You can make funeral ar-
rangements now, in a way you
think is best and at a price yeu
believe is right.
2. You pay for the selections
you have made at today's prices
in convenient, interest-free in-
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3. You are assured that the
price for the services you have
selected will not increase in
the future.
4. You may cancel your plan
at any time and get a full refund.
The Guardian Plan is the way
to help a loved one avoid making
funeral decisions someday at the
worst possible time alone. It
brings peace of mind.
One of our experienced,
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Passover and Freedom
There are few Jews, even those with little or no
religious beliefs, who do not mark Passover in some
way.
One reason is that Passover has become the one
holiday when Jews get together with their families.
It is a holiday when children play a central role, such
as asking the Four Questions at the Seder. In fact,
the purpose of the Seder is to pass on the Jewish
experience to the younger generations.
But perhaps Passover has become so important
because it marks the birth of the Jewish nation. This
has taken on added meaning with the creation of
Israel.
Passover reminds Jews of the importance of
freedom. The symbols used at the Seder and the
Haggadah itself tell Jews that once we were slaves in
Egypt, and we are enjoined to keep reminding our
children of this, because those who were once slaves
will value freedom even more.
For American Jews, it means guarding our
liberties in the United States and striving to ensure
the survival of democracy here and abroad. It means
guaranteeing that Israel will survive as a free and
prosperous and secure Jewish State that will fulfill
the Biblical commandment of being a light unto the
nations.
The Horror Spreads
With our attention riveted on the Middle East
and domestic American politics, we seem all too often
1 to forget what is occurring in Latin America and
what impact events there must inevitably have on
us.
One such example is the growing sickness in the
Argentine social order as exemplified by our Page
One report which tells the story of two survivors who
escaped from secret detention camps in Argentina
where they estimate that hundreds of people have
been systematically tortured and killed since 1976.
Our report reminds us that Jewish prisoners are
singled out for especially harsh treatment. Declaies
the report.
The methods are chilling reminders of the
Hitlerian nightmare brought to the western hemi-
sphere. "Transfer" is, of course, a code word for
murder, which the Nazis made a favorite part of their
vocabulary.
It seems to us that we can not, just from time to
time, become exorcised by a single, glamorous case
such as was Jacobo Timerman's, the Argentinian
Jewish newspaperman ultimately permitted to leave
for Israel. We must show a continuing interest in the
new Latin horror before it takes many more lives
before it spreads to our own midst.________________
Another Score for Sadat
President Sadat's invitation to the Shah of Iran
to come and live in Egypt now places him tall in the
saddle of Middle Eastern affairs, whether for good or
bad.
One thing for sure, it strengthens his nego-
tiating position with Israel and therefore can be cal-
culated to stiffen the backs of the State Depart-
ment's already tough anti-Israel stance so far as the
Palestinians are concerned.
We should make no mistake: Sadat has no more
love for the Palestinians than do the Israelis, but he
is using them to the limit to recapture his ascendant
role over the other Arab nations, which he lost in his
peace-making process with Israel.
Nor should we make the mistake that it is a
peace-making process. What Sadat is doing is merely
recapturing the Sinai without firing a shot. After
that, the deluge.
~Jewish Floridian
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Hollywood Office .MS Federal Hwy Suite Ms. Danla. Fla OM
Telephone KO-MHS
MAIN OFFICE and PLANT 1 NE 6th SI Miami. Fla 13132 Phone 373 MOB
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EDITOR. The Jeuisk Floridian
This letter is prompted by an
article that appeared in your
publication dated Feb'. 29.
Would you be good enough to
print just enough of this note to
reveal to the American Jewish
Committee that it has not the
slighest shred of right to speak
for American Jewry at large
because there is a very large
number of us who are not only
not among its members but also
are strongly opposed to its
principles?
THE OPPOSITION of the
Committee to the policy of Prime
Minister Begin to resettle Jews in
the ancient town of Hebron is not
shared by a tremendous number
of us. We bitterly resent the
treacherous statement "that, if
implemented, a Jewish move into
Hebron could not be explained in
the United States." Such a move
is inexplicable only to those who
are ignorant of the following lacts
of Jewish history
11 Jews have lived in that town
since Abraham. 4.000 years ago.
bought graves for his family
there. '( I i -<<
21 In the year 1929. CE, Arab
mobs, led by their leader, the
Grand Mufti, inflicted a Lidice-
like pogrom of extermination
upon the Jews of Hebron, which
wiped out even. Jewish man.
woman, and child in Hebron. It
as a result of that act of
-mination that Hebron
oecamean "Arab town."
IF THE Arab-loving toadies of
the American Jewish Committee
choose to put their heads into the
sand and to forget these "un-
plesant" facts, other Jews do not.
We have a perfect right to return
to our town, one where we lived
almost 4.000 years.
GEORGE PHILIP
SILVERBERG
Margate
Attendants at a recent Galahad West breakfast held on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward are, from left, Sidney Hodes, co-
chairman; Ed Zimmerman, co-chairman; Kay G. Kasdan, chairman;
George Schneider, co-chairman; and SolLiebowit*. co-chairman.
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Accepting an honoree plaque at Galahad West's breakfast are Helen
and Samuel Wimpfheimer. At left. Kay G. Kasdan, chairman,
presents the award to the Wimpfheimers.
Attendants at a recent Avant Garde function held on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund are. from left. Hilda Arlen. Dr. David Sachs,
guest speaker; Reba Kalinousk) : and Lucia Kleinberg.
Attendants at a recent Lake Point Tower breakfast held in support of
the Jewish Federation of South Broward are from left Rose! Kroll,
Hospitality Committee; Sara and Max Margolies, honorees; Mildred
Friedman, chairperson; and Mary Paull. Hospitality Committee
chairperson.
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Passover
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Friday. April 4,1980
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HIAS Assists Chinese Refugee
Bang Khiet Nghe, a 14-year-
old Vietnamese refugee, arrived
from the Peoples Republic of
China and was reunited with her
mother and three brothers
recently at John F. Kennedy
International Airport.
HIAS, the worldwide Jewish
migration agency, supported in
part by the Jewish Federation of
South Broward, was the first
voluntary immigration agency in
the United States to have
directly assisted and received a
refugee from the Peoples
Republic of China.
The petite, dark-haired girl
describing herself as being "tired
and dizzy" after a 14-hour flight
from Hong Kong, was greeted by
HIAS officials and presented
with a bouquet of red roses and
mimosa.
BRUSHING past television
cameras and a crowd of reporters,
Bang Khiet rushed into the arms
of her mother, Ai Link Huynh.
Mother and daughter had been
separated for over two years.
Mrs. Huynh, who lives in Morris
Plains, N.J., was brought to the
United States by HIAS from
Malaysia in June, 1979.
In September 1979, after
having been informed of Bang's
disposition in China, HIAS
immediately acted to secure a
special humanitarian visa
through the Immigration and
Vietnam, still lives in Cholon, a
suburb of Ho Chi Minh City.
Gay nor I. Jacobson. executive
vice president of HIAS said: "I
am very pleased by the
cooperation displayed among the
various refugee organizations,
the Catholic Family and Com-
munity Services, and the U.S.
State Department. I also feel a
deep sense of pride in the hard
and difficult job HIAS"
Indochinese Department has
accomplished."
HIAS disclosed that its
Indochinese Department has
been responsible for the reset-
tling of 5,717 refugees since 1975,
when the U.S. Government
initiated the rescue project.
HIAS has committed itself to the
resettling in the U.S. of an ad-
ditional 6,000 Indochinese during
1980.
Before departing for her New
Jersey home, Bang Khiet was
asked if she immediately
recognized her family. In ac-
cented English she replied "they
got fatter." But she added. "I get
fat also."
HIAS is a beneficiary of the
United Jewish Appeal, the UJA-
Federation of Greater New York
and Jewish Federations across
the country.
Bang Khiet Nghe, with dowers in hand, became the first refugee
released from the Peoples Republic of China to a United States im-
migration agency. Her arrival in the U.S. marked the end of a two-year
separation from her family. Bruce Leimsidor (right), senior adminis-
trative assistant to Gaynor I. Jacobson, executive vice president of
H IAS, was on hand to welcome and assist.
Naturalization Service of the
U.S. Department of Justice and
Department of State, which
enabled Bang to enter and
resettle in the United States.
ICEM (Intergovernmental
Committee for European
Migration) was responsible for all
transportation arrangements
made for Bang.
Bang lost her eligibility for
U.S. refugee status after her
family's escape efforts had failed
in 1978. She managed to cross the
former North Vietnamese border
into China.
Her mother and two other
children escaped from Vietnam
by a different route, which
consisted of a five day trek
abroad a small, crowded, leaking
boat, followed by a nine month
stay in a Malaysia refugee camp.
Bang's father, an industrialist,
who had owned a textile factory
before the collapse of South
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The American Balaika
Company will be one of many
highlights at the Youth "Salute
To Israel" program slated from 3
p.m., Sunday, April 20, at Young
Circle in Hollywood.
The American Balaika
( ompany will feature singing and
dancing in Hebrew, Yiddish and
Kngiisn. After that performance.
Lhe) will lead a sing-a-long for the
im ire audience.
The cnl ire program i:: slated to
start al it p.m. with booths
featuring merchandise, art and
games all in celebration of
Israel's Independence
Yossi Yanich. local folk dance
instructor, will lead sessions of
lolk dancing between :i and 5
p.m.
\i ") p.m.. the focus of at-
tenlion will be in the band shell al
Young Circle. In addition to the
\merican Balaika Company.
i here will be participation from
the South Broward
congregational schools and youth
groups.
The students of the Com-
munity Day School at Beth
Shalom will offer singing,
dancing and Hebrew poetry. The
Beth Shalom youth group will
present four songs and poetry.
Temple Solel will participate
with their "Solel Singers."
Temple Israel of Miramar will
feature their cantor and chorus.
The memlers of (iimmel
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls will
pgrform Israeli dancing, as will
the members of Temple Sinai
youth group. Temple Belh El'fl
youth group will offer a musical
presentation and Israeli dancing.
Temple Sinai's youth group also
will be dancing.
Hollybrook ORT
II oily brook Women's
American OUT will hold a
Centennial Celebration Party.
Saturday. April 12. The 7 p.m.
event will be held at Hollybrook
Clubhouse. For additional in-
formation, contact Jackie Levine
or Sally K. Adnopoz.
Tikvah Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girls, along with B'nai Israel and
Einstein Chapters of AZA, will
assist with the booths.
Reserve Sunday, April 20,
from 3 to 7 p.m. for the "Lev
L'Yisrael: Yisrael B'lav," the
Salute to Israel" program.
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KUSHNIRENDO, IGOR
ANATOLYEVICH. age 26. is a
construction engineer. His wife
Victoria, age 25. is a hydraulic
technical engineer. They have a
son Simeon, age 31i years.
Igor applied on 17 1 79 and
received verbal permission on
IT 9 79. He has a long history
of illness since suffering a con-
cussion as a child aged seven. His
father, who deserted the family
18 years ago. threw a heavy
object at Igor which hit him on
the head. Consequently, he has
been in and out of the hospital
ever since. He has been receiving
certificates regularly stating that
he is unfit for military service,
except in the event of war.
On 14th October. 1979, Igor
received a phone call from the
police telling him to report for
military service. He refused,
saying that this was nonsense.
The police then came to his home
and the family refused to open
the door to them. On the 21st
October. 1979. while Victoria
threp Jays to find where her son
was. She managed to get him
back.
On 14th October. 1979. Igor
received a phone call from the
police telling him to report for
military service. He refused,
saying that this was nonsense.
The police then came to his home
and the family refused to open
the door to them. On the 21st
October. 1979. while Victoria was
out. the police burst in and took
Igor and Simeon away.
It took Victoria three days to
find where her son was. She
managed to get him back. The
police refused to tell her where
her husband is. saying that he
was in the army.
Victoria manintains that this is
a typical tactic being used in the
Ukraine to: a) stop people
emigrating once permission is
granted, and b). deter and in-
timidate others from applying.
This deliberate policy seems to be
decided at top governmental
level.
The follwing letter was
recently received from Igor and
Victoria Kushnirenko:
February 14. 1980
Dear Friend.
Let me thank you very much
for your nice thoughts and you
cordial sincere letter. It is
cheering me up and keeping up
my courage.
I'm waiting at present to
receive an officaial reply about
my husband's unfitness for
military service. My husband is
serving now in Kharkov* But
after some days he was put in
military hospital in Moscow.


Iff a naturaL Eat wen-balanced
foods. Exercise. Enjoy Sunsweet,
the 100% pure natural fruit juke. It
contains iroA and potassium and
vitamin Bit And it tastes good,
Remembec 4ny improvement yotl
Tbyotir health.
Unfortunately. 1 should say that
we've been jobless for two years
already and every day here is
very hard for us.
I'm very grateful to you for
your support which means a lot
for me. Very many things depend
upon your support. People over
here are very doubtful whether
the emigration will be taking
place at all. because as you may
guess the situation is not very
favorable nowadays. Naturally,
this may affect us as well.
So we are living just in hope
that everything will turn out
O.K. We hope and pray and
believe that righteousness will
overcome otherwise it is silly to
live in this tough world of ours.
If you have time and in-
Rabbi Plot kin to
Lead Israel Tour
Rabbi Paul Plotkin of Temple
Israel of Miramar. will be the
tour host and leader for a tour to
Israel, departing July 1 and
returning July 15.
Five star hotels will be used
throughout, with a festive
farewell banquet before depar-
ture.
One of the highlights will be a
visit to Ashkelon with a Con-
servative Synagogue and its
rabbi.
For further information on the
tour call Temple Israel.
clination. will you please send us
a line, you know how much your
letter means to us.
Thank you very much once
more and I remanin.
Most Sincerely Yours.
Victoria and Igor"
Victoria still does not know
where her husband is. This is not
only a case of terrible hardship
for the Kushnirenko family, but
could be a precendent for future
similar repressive measures
Write letters of support to
Victoria and her son:
Victoria Kushnirenko
NikoLsko Motanycheskya 17/ 19
Kiev.
Ukranian SSR. USSR
Also, protest to:
Head of the KGB
U1. Bogomoltsa 5
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The,Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater
Hollywood
Page 7
Senate Support for Guberman Matzah in Moscow
WASHINGTON, DC. -
Twenty-five senators sent a letter
to Soviet President Leonid
Brezhnev on behalf of Igor
Guberman, who was arrested in
August 1979 on false charges of
dealing with stolen icons. The 44-
yeao-old Jewish activist, jour-
nalist and author of popular
science books, was brought to
trial on March 11.
Initiated by Senators Carol
Levin (D-Mich.) and Charles
I'ercy (R-III.) and circulated
among their colleagues in the
Senate in cooperation with
NCSJ*s Washington office, the
letter denounced the charges
against Guberman and urged
Brezhnev to 'act promptly to
release Igor from prison and to
allow him and his family to
emigrate from the Soviet Union
as they have requested."
According to Marine Wallach,
NCSJ Washington represen-
tative, the two senators un-
dertook this bi
partisan effort because of their
concern for individual rights in
the Soviet Union.
AJC Entebbe
Chapter to Meet
The Entebbe Chapter of
American Jewish Congress will
hold a closing meeting, Monday,
April 14, at 11:30 a.m.
Special guest will be Dr.
Bernard Schechterman of
University of Miami, who will
speak on "current Developments
in the Middle East." The meeting
will be held at the recreation
center, 3800 N. Hills Dr.,
Hollywood. A mini-lunch will be
served.
"Within 48 hours," Wallach
noted, "the letter was circulated
and signed because these
senators felt that the situation
called for quick action. Their
support demonstrates that
members of Congress have not
forgotten their commitment on
behalf of individuals harassed in
the Soviet Union, regardless of
the status of geo-political
relations between the two
governments."
Last November, after
Guberman's arrest, the House of
Representatives circulated a
similar letter.
Bat
Mitzvah
MOSCOW The NCSJ has
learned that Matzah was
available in several Soviet cities
in time for Passover. In Moscow,
matzah is sold for 2 rubles per
kilogram, with a purchase of no
more than 5 kilograms allowed
per person In Leningrad, matzah
has been on sale for the past
month and is available only at
the Leningrad Synagogue.
Last year, matzah was sold to
Jews in various Soviet cities.
This year, the names of cities
distributing matzah have not yet
been confirmed.
WENDYE SHOTER
Wendye Joy Shoter, daughter
of Rabbi and Mrs P. Shoter,
became Bat Mitzvah during Sab-
bath Eve Services at Temple in
the Pines, Hollywood.
Wendye Joy led the Kabbalat
Shabbat and Maariv Services on
Friday, March 28, at 8 p.m.
During the service, the Bat Mitz-
vah chanted the Haftarah, the
Prophetic portion from the Book
of Malachi on this special
Sabbath known as Shabbat
Hagodol. /
The Bat Mitzvah is a seventh
grade student at Pines Middle
School, Pembroke Pines. Wendye
pluys the guitar and is interested
in boating, fishing and collecting
penguin figurines.
Her parents sponsored the
Oneg Shabbat following the
Sabbath Eve Service for the
entire congregation honoring the
celebrant. The pulpit flowers
were sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
John Moran of Sarasota in honor
of the occasion.
A reception in Wendye's honor
was held at the home of Rabbi
nd Mrs. Bernard P. Shoter on
Saturday evening. Many guests
from Rabbi Shoter's former
congregations in Sarasota and
Daytona Beach were in at-
tendance.

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S. Broward Friends of Bar-Ilan Forms
Stating that the policy of
Bar Han University, from the
very beginning, was not to
graduate a student who was
Jewishly ignorant. Bar-llan
University President, Dr.
Emanuel Rackman summed up
25 years of accomplishment
before a South Broward audience
at Hallandale Jewish Center.
Beth Shalom Students
Win Honors at Science Fair
The students of Beth Shalom
Day School recently participated
in the Broward County Science
Fair, which was held at The
Hollywood Fashion Mall.
The Beth Shalom Day School
submitted nine projects for which
they received 12 awards. The
Kindergarten class won second
place in their division with the
exhibit. "We Can Grow a Super
Plant The first grade won both
first place and first runner-up for
best in show with How Cold
Must Water Be to Turn into
Ice?' A second grade class won
first place and best in show with
their exhibit of Do Leaves Need
Sunlight to Make Starch?''
Individual first place winners
include first graders Gideon
Baig. Daniel Lerel and Steven
Cook with their exhibit. "Where
Will Mold Grow? which also
won second runner-up. best in
show.
Dana Schachter. for her
project. The Motor." won a
special award from Discovery
Center and a S50 savings bond
from Systems Engineering
Laboratory. Seventh grader.
Susan Zide. was asked to exhibit
her project. "The Effectiveness of
Hand Washing." at Parkway-
General Hospital. Seventh
grader, Brian Davis, won third
place and a Discovery Center
award for a project on the
Cnromotography of inks.
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The meeting, which was co-
hosted by Rabbi Carl Klein and
Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
resulted in the formation of a
South Broward Friends of Bar-
ll.in University.
Over a dozen members of the
audience agreed to serve on the
board of the newly-formed South
Broward Friends of Bar-Ilan
Universitv.
They are: Philip Berkowitz.
Martin Forsvth. Rabbi Carl
Klem. Leo H. Kwartler. Dr.
Sheldon K. Levin. Hyman
Lipsitz, Rabbi Morton Malavsky.
Mver Pritsker, Barney Pulda.
Update on OVIR
LENINGR M) \- ol Feb.
25, the Leningrad OVIK office
official!) announced that it is
only accepting applications tor
emigration to Israel from those
citizens who possess invitations
from first-degree
relatives in Israel.
In addition to presenting their
|sr;i-li invitations, applicants
must personally write to Andrei
Boko> the head of the I^eningrad
OVIK. specifying the degree ot
relation and documenting all
supporting evidence.
Bernard Roth. Jack Ruderman,
Rabbi Nahum Simon and Leon
Weiss berg.
Bar-Ilan University, which is
currently celebrating its 25th
anniversary with a series of
events at the campus in Ramat-
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university in Israel.
In addition to the regular
university courses, which 8 000
students take, Jewish students
are required to take one year of
basic Jewish studies.
Writings Sought
Present Tease, published by
the American Jewish Committee,
plans to feature the unpublished
writings of Soviet Jewish emigres
in an upcoming issue. English
translations of short stories.
poetry, memoirs and expository''
works depicting the Jewish
struggle for freedom are being
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The Jewish Floridian and Sho far of Greater Holly wo >d
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Jewish Education & You ?
The following is part of a aeries
which will cover aspects of in-
terest to the Jewish Education
Committee of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
RABBI FRANK A. FISHER
Hillel is a unique American
Jewish creation, the likes of
which never existed before in any
land, or at any time, in Jewish
history. Hillel is among the most
successful Jewish institutions
created in this hemisphere in this
century.
The Hillel Foundations of
Florida was founded by the
Federations and Welfare Funds
in Florida in cooperation with the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations.
The purpose of the organization
is to provide for a system of
service and accountability to the
Jewish academic community
throughout the state of Florida.
The Hillel units at the
University of Florida, University
of South Florida, Florida State
Universary, Broward Com-
munity College, Florida Atlantic
University and several smaller
campuses constitute the Hillel
Foundations of Florida.
THE HILLEL Foundations of
Florida have to date had a
program full of exciting events.
Social, cultural. religious,
educational, and counseling
services have been made
available to Jewish students
throughout the state. Several
issues of special concern such as
the Middle Fast, anti-Semitism
and "Jews for Jesus'" have been
reflected in HiUel'a programming
.Units.
We read many studies .in-
dicating that the American
Jewish community of the future
will Im' smaller in numlx-r. Many
see such predictions laden with
dire consequences. Therefore.
whal happens Jewishly on
campus is crucial.
Despite a continued drift
toward assimilation, there is
e\ idence <>1 a positive shift in the
American Jewish community in
recent sears. While we decry the
cults, missionary incursions, and
mixed marriages, we lend to
overlook the positive results of
what the Jewish community has
built.
Today's Jewish students are
tar more open to Jewish ideas and
practices than their parents'
generation. Judaic studies, an
outgrowth of the 60's, continue to
burgeon on campuses across the
country. Many young Jews are
eager to discuss, argue and
dissect Judaic culture, to sing
Jewish and Hebrew songs, learn
Israeli dances, and be together
with other Jews.
Rabbi Oscar Groner, in-
ternational director of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations, views
Hillel as the "Jewish address" on
campus; a key institution in
Jewish life. 'Hillel.'' he declared,
"deals with the children of the
total Jewish community, people
of every persuasion and in-
terest."'
More than ever, Hillel needs
the resources of the total Jewish
community to serve, encourage,
and confront students, to work
with tomorrow's Jewish
leadership who are on campus
today. More than ever, Hillel can
make the difference in
tomorrow's Jewish world. We
must mobilize the resources of
this generation to engage the
hearts and minds of the next.
Executive Secretary
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Finches to Lead Family Mission
Hallandale Jewish Center
Albert J. Finch, senior vice
president and treasurer of
American Savings and Loan
Association of Florida, has been
selected, together with his wife,
Marlene, to head a Jewish
Federation of South Broward
family study mission to Israel
from Aug. 5 -15.
Mr. and Mrs. Finch were an
integral part of the mission which
traveled to Israel in November
1979, and have made various
visits to Israel since its
statehood.
Mr. and Mrs. Finch will be
responsible for recruiting
families, as well as creating the
itinerary and overseeing the
entire project as chairpersons.
Orientation and familiarization
meetings will be held over the
next several months at the
Finches home, 3640 52nd Ave.,
Hollywood. Individuals and
families interested in obtaining
additional information about the
family study mission should
contact either Mr. or Mrs. Finch
or Sumner Kaye, at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
office.
'Night of the Murdered Poets'
Composer Moshe Cotel's
musical tribute "August 12,
1952: The Night of the Murdered
Poets" was among 33 record
albums pre-nominated for a 1980
Grammy Award in the category
of Best Spoken Word,
Documentary or Drama.
Narrated by Eli Wallach, and
subsidized in part by the NCSJ,
the 15-minute recording com-
memorates the 1952 murder of 24
Jewish writers and poets in
Mir a mar Pioneer
Women to Meet
The regular meeting ot tne
Miramar Chapter of Pioneer
Women will be held Thursday.
April 10, at noon at the Com-
munity Center, 6700 Miramar
Parkway.
The Miramar Chapter of
Pioneer Women will hold a
luncheon and card party Sunday, '
April 20, at noon at the Com-
munity Center, 6700 Miramar
Parkway. Call Nellie Fine for
additional information.
Hotline Installed
The NCSJ this week installed a
Soviet Jewry Hotline. Upon
dialing (212) 689-6719, you will
hear a taped message with recent
emigration figures and news-
breaking developments from the
Soviet Union.
Religious
Directory
NORTHBROWARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Phillip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
A. Neu
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive. Reform (44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
57th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44-A)
MIRAMAR
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Cantor Joseph Wichelewski. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE BETH EMET. Pines Middle
School. 200 NW Douglas Rd., Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Bennet Greenspon.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd.. Hollywood. Conservative. Rabbi
Bernard P. Shoter.
PLANTATION
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TION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheon
J.Harr. (64)
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HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob Dan
ziger. (12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kongsley Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Landman. (47B)
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer (45)
EMPLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
St. Conservative. Rabbl Morton
Malavsky Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
TEMPLE SINAI 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. RabblSeymour Fried
men. Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Naftaly A. Linkovsky. (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood. Fla 33021. Liberal
Reform. Rabbl Robert P. Frailn.
Cantor Michael Kyrr. (47C)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
FORT LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
Road. Orthodox. Rabbl Moshe
Bomzer. (52)
Moscow's Lubianka Prison.
Wallach's text is drawn from the
NCSJ pamphlet of the same title.
Shabbat Choi Hamoed is set
for Friday, April 4, 6:45 p.m. at
Hallandale Jewish Center.
i
Saturday, April 5, at 8:45 a.m.,
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Saxon will
celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Paul. The rabbi will
speak on "Passover and the
Growing Generation." Mr. and
Mrs. Saxon will host a Kiddush
in honor of their son's Bar
Mitzah.
Sunday, April 6, at 8:30 a.m.,
Dr. Carl Klein, rabbi of the
Hallandale Jewish Center, will
host the Rabbinical Association
Worship Hour and will speak on
the "Meaning of Freedom."
The rabbi will be accompanied
by Cantor Jacob Danziger, who
will be in charge of the musical
portion of the program, assisted
by the temple choir, conducted
by Alan Chester. The cantor and
choir will be accompanied on the
piano by Harry Lefcourt.
Minchav-Maariv services on
Sunday, April 6, the seventh day
of Passover, will be at 6:45 p.m.
Monday, April 7, at 8:45 a.m.,
the rabbi will speak on "Are
Miracles Possible?" Monday,
April 7, Minchah-Maariv ser-
vices, are at 6:45 p.m.
Tuesday, April 8, the eighth
day of Passover, services are at
8:45 a.m.; Yizkor services at
10:30 a.m. The rabbi will speak
on "Parents and Children."
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Ft
Women's Division Coffc
Co-hostesses seated from left are. Naomi Prever, Patty Kelrick, Sylvia
Blutstein. and Jeanne Margolies. hostess. Co-hostesses standing from
left are, Freda Schwartz. Arlene Topfer, Elaine Gregerman, Cynthia
Barron, and Penny Warner, co-chairman.
Co hostesses seated from left are. Anita Rashbaum. Eleanor Gold
berg, and Candy Clark, hostess. Co hostesses in back row from left
are. Linda Levin. Arlene Ackerman. and Carol Karten.
Co-hostesses seated from left are, Ireni
Jellinger. and Wendy Rubin. Co-hostess
Babs Weinger, Peggy Brin. and Bonnie I
From left in photo at right are
Joanne Schoenbaum, hostess;
Norma Sonnenklar. co-hostess;
Audrey Meline, metropolitan
chairwoman; Shane Wolf, Holly-
wood Hills chairwoman; and
Brenda Greenman. vice presi-
dent, community education.
Co-hostesses seated from left are, Bea Lane, Adele Lev inc. and Debbie
Rappaport. Standing from left are. Connie Zimet. female voice of "To-
gether We Grow," and Janie Berman, new areas chairwoman.
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Susan Holtzman Thomas, director. Women's Division; Susan Pardon.
U of M graduate student; Janie Berman. new areas chairwoman; and
Beverly Shapiro, Emerald Hills chairwoman.
Seated from left, in photo above,
Yola Spender, co-hostess; Kay la
Herscovitch, hostess; Jackie
Wheeler, co-hostess. Co-
hostesses in back row from left
are, Sheila Katlin, Brenda Flanz,
Marilyn Neuman, and Carol
Freedman.
>eated from left are Frances Green, co-hostess; Frances (Jrossmanfco*-
lostess; Lil Rakita, co-hostess; and Jean Kruger. co-chairman. Co
lostesses standing from left are Addie Pinkus. Bea Kreines. Mildred
ochman. and Ruth Wellins.
Co-hostesses seated from left are Judy Press, Audrey Klein and
Shirley Schlossman. Co-hostesses standing from left are Ruth
Morgan, Anita Gordon. Sylvia Chernin. and Sylvia Kalin.
Seated from left are, Janet Udel. guest; l]
and Betsy Hurwitz, co-hostess. Standing
co-hostess; Marion Wolfson, hostess; 1
and Helen Diamond, co-hostess.
'rom left are, Diane Snyder, Elaine Fleisher, Betty Homans, Florence
fayper, and Marilyn Hoffman. All are co-hostesses. Audrey Meline
as the hostess.
Co-hostesses seated from left are Barbara Baumgarten
Rothschild and Sherri Kerzner. Standing from left are Shervl Sher
man Joan Esterson. Bonny Kowit, Merry Liff. Hazel Greenberg.
Judy SUbert. Merry Liff was the hostess.
From left are, Elayne Topolski, co-l
Sharon Lallouz, co-hostess; Fran Shp
co-hostess; and Margie Finkelstein.co h


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fees Support CJA-IEF
Co-hostesses seated from left are, Marion Miller, Ruth Burns, and Iris
Frey. Co-hostesses standing from left are, Rose Gerber, Esther
Scheinholtz, Sylvia Wechsler, Bea Silverman, and Freda Kushner.
Seated from left, in photo below,
are Valerie Sussman, Marilyn
Sable. Nancy Ehrlich, and Elly
Horwin, co-hostesses. Standing
from left are, Edie Rubenstein,
Kilecn Ross, hostess; Janie
Rerman, new areas chairwoman;
Maureen Schwartzberg, and
Sandy Gumson. All others are co-
hostesses.
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Rhoda Donner, co-hostess;
Natalie Graham, co-hostess;
Sandy Rosensweig, co-hostess,
and Sandi Bresnick, co-hostess.
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Co-hostesses seated from left are, Ann Malloy, Mary Zinn, Irma Stein,
and Dorothy Frankel. Co-hostesses, standing from left are, Myra
Cantor, Sabina Sabin, Beverly Gandall, hostess; Terry Geronemus.
and Ruth Gillman.
uefti Debby Baigelman, co-hostess;
anding from left are, Arlene Kasner,
ttesii Marilyn Weiner, co-hostess;
Seated from left are. Terry Greenberg, co-hostess; Eli Rickel, co
hostess; and Judy Hecker. Standing from left. Bev Schram, co-
hostess; Fran Levine, co-hostess; and Renee Lieberman, co hostess.
Co-hostesses seated from left are, Eli Weinberg, Debbie Deckelbaum,
and Sari Stoll. Co-hostesses in back row from left are, Adrienne Fiske,
Linda Molin, Louise Diamond, and Joan Gross.
Seated from left are. Linda Wilentz. co-hostess; Arlynne Alexander,
hostess; and Carol Karron, co-hostess. Standing from left. Tammi
Cohen, co-hostess; Louella Lecker, co-hostess; and Jerry Babbits, co-
hostess.
reyda Fellows, hostess;
n Shapiro, co-hostess; Karen Gavsie,
>in, co hostess.
From left are Mary Garner, co-chairwoman; Debby Morris, co-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, ApriM, 1980
Abrams Named to Tampa Position
Participants at a recent Plaza Towers breakfast held in support of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund are, seated from left, Rose Light, Albert and
Mildred Left on and Mae Forman. Standing from left are Joseph
Deutsch, Max Young, Irma Deutsch, Ruth Suss, Max Taraza and Ben
Forman. The following were sponsors of the 1980 breakfast: Max
Taraza, William Light, Leon Lutzker, Karl Koppel, Sidney Tiger,
David Weisberg, Ben Forman, Rose Greenberg, Rose and Bea
Klapper, Emanuel Prouse, Ruth Suss, Max Young, Joseph Deutsch
and Abe Halpern.
National Medical Enterprises
of Los Angeles has announced
the appointment of Erwin E.
Abrams. presently executive
director of Community Hospital
of South Broward, to the post of
assistant vice president for
Operations. Eastern Region, tx>
be headquartered in Tampa.
Abrams leaves his post of more
than four years after serving as
president of the Florida League
of Hospitals and board member
of the Miramar/Pembroke
Chamber of Commerce and
Hospice of South Florida. He has
also been a faculty member at
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president; NoNo Razinovsky, guest speaker; Marilyn Hoffman,
Sisterhood president; and Albert Robert, Men's Club president.
Parker Dorado residents gathered recently to view a PLO film and
listen to UJAJguide NoNo Razinovsky. The event was held on behalf of
the Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. From left are Mary Liebman, ladies'
committee member; NoNo Razinovsky and Norman Gordon, Parker
Dorado chairman.
Participants at a recent AHington Towers brunch held on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund are, seated from left. Beatrice Singer, chair
man; Abe Gron. co-chairman; Ruth Schwartz and Reuben Gladstone
chairman. Standing from left are Reuben Dorfman, co-chairman
Danny Tadmore, guest speaker; Eli Stiftel, co-chairman; and Manuel
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(Spotlight
by Rochelle Koenig-
fi had to see it to believe it! Jack and Lily an Mandel and
id Bea Schaffer hosted the Emerald Hills Country Club
If the season! Snow birds from Cleveland were well rep-
*i, including Jack's brothers Joe and Mort Mandel. The
fs' son and daughter-in-law, the Bob Schaffers, flew in
LA. Noted plastic surgeon and wife, the Dr. Sandy
traveled from Corpus Christi, Tex., for the elegant
dining room was transformed into a heavenly creation
lining silver, hundreds of snowy white gladiolas, with
mirrors reflecting sparkling crystal vases. The scene
[additional definition to the word spectacular.
toying this lavish setting were beautiful guests Dr. Ross
^dv Clark, Dr. Jack and Susan Miller, Dr. Al and Terry
Mis, Nat and Phyllis Pritcher, Jack and Marge Saltz-
B.so charming Mary Zinn, Adele Levine, Ted and Maria
[rving and Dorothy Blum, Jerry and Shirley Pascal.
and Ruth Terkel and former Australians Jay and
Daniel. The Mandels and the Schaffers enjoyed the
approval of their many appreciative guests. Everyone
^he pleasure their hosts felt on that special evening. It
emorable night.
ost 20 years ago. Hollywood was fortunate to welcome
Katz as a permanent resident. She quickly acquired
hVnds, became a member of Temple Sinai and endeared
xi my family. Her son Herb was a law partner of my
I A few years later son Sherman also moved from the
hometown of Glassport, Pa., and joined the Florida law
^rtrude was never too busy to help her family or mine.
lid even baby-sit for my sons, who, like their father,
rs. Katz delicious cooking and baking. Gertrude Katz is
pears young. To celebrate this happy occasion her sons,
daughter-in-law EUie and adorable grandsons Walter
In v honored her with a dinner at the beautiful Top of the
estaurant. Maze! tov to a lovely woman, an admirable
[ of our community.
kgratulations to Michael Fischler, son of Dr. Abraham
pey Fischler, on his engagement to Anita Friedman.
and Ann Cohn are warmly entertaining more house
im Connecticut Ann's sister and brother-in-law.
Michael and Lila Demet were at Disney world. The
pn was a medical meeting.
el tov to Max and Zelda Morrison on the recent Bar
i of their grandson in Knoxville, Tenn.
>bi Morton and Cecelia Malavsky welcomed their
and son-in-law Irene and Herschell Handler and two
iildn'ii from Israel. The family enjoyed the Passover
together. Herschel and Irene will also visit more local
lis sister and brother-in-law are Dina and Sumner Kaye
Snts, Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Handler.
and Evelyn Steiber have been leaders in the South
community for many years. This gracious, popular,
frking family has lived through, and suffered with the
jst and its horrible memories. Recently Otto was the
of an Israel Bonds Award which epitomizes his
in to humanitarian causes. He was given the esteemed
Award by a large group of survivors of the Holocaust.
en Fagin of the University of Miami also spoke as one of
^n South Florida award recipients.
Steibers' daughter Janice Rous has followed the family
in of being involved. As director of the Education
tiint of the Jewish Museum in New York City, Janice
Bed fascinating lectures (on the Holocaust) for children,
[wrote an article on the topic which was introduced into
ss by Sen. William Proxmire and the ADL. The Steiber
Is devoted to Jewish survival.
. friends, good food, and good fun. A perfect com-
fn to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Dr. Howard and
[ Kellner. Dr. Louis and Natalie Joblove invited more than
tids to help celebrate. Sandy's mother, Eve Fishkin,
lly enjoyed the festivities. Among the well-wishers were
-rvey and Barbara Peretz. Dr. Jordan and Judy Bluth, Dr.
Ed Sue Badat, Jerry and Fran Cole, Troy and Fran
(an, Dr. George and Roby Kline, and Dr. Michael and
ia Goldberg. Although the 20th is "china," almost every-
lose a beautiful gift of crystal. Now Sandy will need an
s to display everything and Windex.
on Joel is a senior at Nova High and will enter the
rsity of Pennsylvania as a pre-med student. Son Alan is in
rhth grade at Nova Middle and is a talented drummer.
; was a happy party for a delightful couple.
In Italian chef, teaching Jewish cooking in a storefront
Jin Hallandale sounds incredible? That's exactly what
Ined when Bobbi Sugerman called Suaan Martin, Joyce
I EUie Finder. Harriet Roaendorf, Barbara Feldman, Sue
Ik, Phyllis Siff andMimi Sabra to attend the Ralph Varketta
Brig School special Passover lesson. In less than two hours a
few gourmet Seder menu was prepared. It was simply
lous. After the lesson came the best treat of all eating the
Eh-watering feast. On that Tuesday we lunched on home-
le chicken soup with matzoh dumplings, gefilte fish, braised
fet of beef, potato latkes, carrot and fruit tzunmes with
By cake for dessert.
J Chef Varketta teaches small groups with swift and simple
Is. Guest Chef Max Gewirtz spoke after the lesson and
tained kosher ingredients. Next month we will witness
Iher fascinating preparation of a full course repast including
marsala and fettucine. Between classes I should attend
(iny Kowitt's Diet Workshop!
Happy Passover to everyone!
Temple Solel April Events
Family Night Shabbat worship
service will begin at 8:15 p.m.,
Friday, April 4 at Temple Solel.
Yizkor service will take place at
9:30 a.m., Monday, April 7.
Jewish Music Sabbath, Shabbat
worship service will begin at 8:15
p.m., Friday, April 11.
Kabbi Robert P. Frazin will
conduct the services, and Cantor
Michael Kyrr will chant the
liturgical portion of the services.
During the month of April, the
following will be called to the
Torah to become B'nai Mitzvah:
Douglas Nelson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Nelson; Eric Nor-
tman. son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Nortman; Barbara
Sklar. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Sklar; Amy Brown,
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Brown.
Saturday evening, April 12,
the Brotherhood of Temple Solel
will hold its awards night.
Brotherhood Honors Temple
Youth'' night dinner will
recognize the achievements of
temple youth.
Sunday evening, April 13, the
Adult Fducation Committee
presents "A Jewish Soul Music
Festival," featuring Emery
Deutsch, violinist and composer;
and Rosalie Williams, vocalist, in
a program of Hebrew Israeli,
Yiddish, cantorial and show
tunes. For information, contact
the temple office.
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. Friday, April 4, 1980
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
feei;
Bond Event
Stieber was honored at
few Life Awards Dinner by
(Bonds. Due to a shortage
he cut his acceptance
fa down to a few lines, but
filling to share the re-
comments with The
I Floridian.
began with the following
and then was cut short.
Allowing are his complete
Is:
Quests, Ladies and Gentlemen. Otto Stieber
Very Dear Friends,
(oni^nl, a dream came true!
jring my internment in the Concentration Camp of
In and Buchenwald, I prayed for my own survival, and I
It of America, the Beautiful." However, in my wildest
1 could not visualize that the State of Israel would be
Inly 10 years later!
hank the Good Lord that I am here tonight, to he able to
Die State of Israel to survive. I thank my friends who
iled me for this meaningful award, and I thank the com-
for selecting me to be one of the recipients of this great
I accept this plaque with the utmost humility.
iis plaque means a great deal to me but, all the honors, all
Ibutcs, salutations, accolades and "kuvit" do not belong to
ie recipients of tonight's festivities, but to you, the
lean .Jewish community and their leadership, and to such
^nd women as you, Norman Braman. Gary Gerson, Nor-
Jpoff. Kenney Schwartz. Hap Levy, Harry Smith, Elaine
our own president of the South Broward Federation,
Newman, and many, many more, just to name a few of the
outstanding leaders which come to my mind at this
Int.
foil did not experience the horrors of the concentration
you did not lose your families in the ovens of Auschwitz,
lid not come to a strange country not knowing the
|ge, and most of us penniless when we came here. We have
i obligation, but you who were born here and never exper-
these horrors, often made me wonder what motivated
(real commitment and dedication.
of you work so hard, taking time away from your
6s, neglecting your business and working relentlessly for a
tomorrow there is only one answer it is our Jewish
Jge, the "Pishka" in our parents" home, and the teaching
Cdakah."
["hi- most important realization of tonight, is that I came to
Duntry without a single friend, but thank the Good Lord, I
ill so many of you my very dear friends. I am accepted in
[community as an equal. Working with you wonderful
for a better tomorrow, for our children, for a free and
lul Israel with stability and economic growth. Working for
Id of sanity and human dignity, for a world which will be
ted by justice and not by petro dollars, and for a United
is which will be a true institution for world peace and not
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 4,1980
Young Israel of Hollywood
By AMY WILPON
"Young Israel of Hollywood
represents a microcosm of all
walks of life.-' said Rabbi Moshe
Bomzer. "We have children and
senior citizens and a strong
bridging of generations. We are
small enough to be sensitive to
the needs of individuals and large
enough to be working towards a
spet-ifie set of goals."
Young Israel of Hollywood,
located at 3291 Stirling Road, is
the only Orthodox synagogue in
the South Broward area. They
have grown from seven families
when they started in 1973 to 70
families.
"There is a definite movement
toward Orthodoxy, especially by
the younger generations, because
the world is not providing the
answer to their needs. In
response, they turn toward
religion and the synagogue."
Kabbi Bomzer said.
THE GOAL of Young Israel
and Kabbi Bomzer is to provide
South Broward with complete
Orthodox facilities, including
Strictly kosher catering facilities.
a mikvah and a family counseling
center.
"The Orthodox people who
have moved into the Hollywood-
Fort Lauderdale area have done
so because of Young Israel."
Kabbi Bomzer said.
"They are really top notch
human beings in both their
religion and their various
practices. They have found time
for family, synagogue and work."
Young Israel has daily classes
and services, as well as youth
groups for children between the
ages of 2': and 18. A college
group has been formed, adult
education classes are offered and
an active Sisterhood has been
hard at work raising money for
Israel and the new building.
"SERVICES at Young Israel
are educational, not political.
People come here for davining
and spiritual uplifing not.
preaching." Kabbi Bomzer said.
"Because we are the only
Orthodox synagogue in this area.
I am called about conversion,
adoption and divorce." he said.
"Another Young Israel is
beginning in Deerfield. and we
are helping them get started.
"We are the standard-bearer to
the commitment of Orthodoxy."
Kabbi Bomzer said. "The family
is the key to the ideals of
Judaism, and we have never lost
sight of those ideals."

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from Egypt (there
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page!
rroccan Jews in Israel a 'Success Story'
talent in Israel and
the image of the
[Jews of Israel as
led, uneducated,
and difficult to
[A closer look reveals a
; is far less monolithic.
for example, some
individual success
L>n Sheetrit was born
ago in Morocco and
Yael with his family at
I. The Sheetrits settled
k. At the age of 13,
pn first prize in a Bible
Israeli youth. After
from the Hebrew
in Jeusalem he ob-
doctorate from the
of Chicago. Among
[circle of friends and
nces there are at least
frs and scholars from
universities in Israel,
em are Moroccan Jews.
bon Sheetrit is not a
epresentative of the
Jewish community,
he a lone exception.
(considerable number of
Olim who have ob-
higher education.
not all of them are
the academic world. The
the development town
La. Jacques Amir, adds-
Moroccan Jewish in-
II can be found
pre if you're willing to
Moroccan Jew is not
|( ban dweller."
YOl' ask Moroccan
in problems bother them
|r\ have two answers,
ck of housing, but that is
ways the second one.
nil foremost is their
|tly poor public image.
Shimon Sheetrit says:
ff housing is a serious
but there are remedies,
|rly through Project
Our big problem is the
I us as wild, ingrown and
^able. The social prestige
jroccan Jews is still low.
partly a result of
. party of statistical
ations. Statistically, we
|in the scale of average
housing conditions and
t>! life. Most of us have
medium jobs. We are
I as underdeveloped and,
|ately, tend to perceive
the same way. Yes, in
[rears there has been a
ful change for the better
kur public image and own
iv. But the problem is
^r member of the Knesset
fassin, now chairman of
nation of North African
I says: "Moroccan Jews,
kn they were themselves
fched and in need, were
reat contributors. Who
much as we gave? Who
B proportionately than
lugh we had very little
[came to this country we
Tsedaka the greatest
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accomplished so much according
to its ability and its readiness to
give and to help. There is not
enough recognition for our great
contributions and, therefore, our
image i still distorted a bit."
Mayor Jacques Amir points
out that Moroccan Jews, as the
majority work force in many
factories producing for export,
are making a significant con-
tribution to Israel's economy and
they provide leadership in
workers committees. In many
industries, he feels, they are
leaders and innovators, not as
some see them marginal
workers or troublemakers.
TOGETHER with the Mayor
of Safed, Aaron Nehemias, Amir
stresses the unsually high
percentage of young Moroccan
Jews 30 percent or more
who marry partners from non-
Moroccan groups. He says
"Moroccan Jews are open to and
ready for full integration in
Israel's society. There are family
people and take an active role in
their communities. In Dimona,
where they are a majority, 50
percent of the budget is invested
in education. I don't think that's
true anywhere else in Israel."
Two members of the Town
Council of Bet Shean Itzhak
Kenan, Council chairman and
David Adari, chairman of the
Workers' Council of the Kitan
Textile factory are also
disturbed by a persisting image
they feel is obsolete.
Many people, they say, still
remember Kitan for the time of
its crisis some years ago, when
the factory was in danger of
closing down. Few realize that
today Kitan has 700 workers,
most of them Moroccans, and
there are no problems. To some
degree, this is also a problem of
good image. There are 15 other
factories in Bet Shean,
established and developed by
Moroccan Jews, most of them in
the field of metals and elec-
tronics. Others produce
sophisticated products. Most of
these factories are small, but they
fulfill an important community
role and some of them produce for
export.
KNESSET member mordecai
Algarbali calls for more public
awareness of the contribution of
Moroccan Jews to Israel's up-
building and development, both
quantitively and qualitatively.
They have contributed im-
portantly to population dispersal
and to developing some of the
strongest Moshauim. Also, of all
Oriental communities in Israel
they are the most politically
involved.
The Minister of Religion,
Aaron-Abu-Hatzira, declares:
"Moroccan Jews in Israel are, in
general, a 'success story.' When
they came here, they had no
notion about agriculture and
thev have done wonders in this
area. Today many are
agricultural experts and skilled
workers. The Moroccan Jewish
community attaches great im-
portance to learning and teaching
a skill, and Moroccan youths are
an important part of the student
body in trade schools.
Mayor Nehemias of Safed feels
that not enough attention is
being paid to the folklore and to
the traditions of the Moroccan
Jews, and to the great cultural
heritage which they brought with
them from North Africa. He is
not alone in this opinion. There is
a growing movement among
Moroccan Jews toward seeking
their own cultural roots.
Moroccan Jewish intellectuals
today are uncovering more of
their history, reading the works
of Moroccan Jewish poets, re-
learning their traditional songs
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, April 4, 1980
A Passover Message
Bj DR. CARL KLEIN
llabbi of Hallandale
Jewish Center
(reads (Exodus 12.21,
"Tin h ia lor you the first oi
rhe month of N
Nes, the miracle ol
Ni is a very prestigious
\ccording to th.
Yitzhak, the Torah
shouli have begun not with "In
the beginning, God created .",
but with This month is for you
the first of months." Everything
in the Hook of Genesis is but a
preamble to the "'first of mon-
ths." Not the creation of heaven
and earth, but the month of
Nisan is the beginning of our
()ur faith begins with frei
onal and national fri
|i mi is the esseni e
. in reality, cannot
iod. The) cannot own, thi
ran be owned. They i I
-s. they can only be
possessed. That the Jewish
people still exist is as great a
miracle as the miracle of Exodus.
WHEN GOD set out to deliver
the Jews from Egpyt. He said:
"This month is for you ." That
is, you are to concern yourself
with sanctity ;ind not with
power: with eternity in time and
not in location. In space, in
location or territory, there are
many stronger and greater than
you. Thi empire builders invest
their strength in physical and
material power, in the quantity of
armaments and ol armies. Jews
must live not in terms of
quantity, bul ol quality.
The month of Nisan is in
dicative of this philosophy. The
moon is smaller than the sun. but
the moon gives light even in the
darkness of the night. The Jews
live by the lunar calendar as the
moon is to us a symbol. We recite
in our New Moon prayer. "He
who wrought miracles" and
conclude with "All Jews are
comrades." The secret of our
redemption lies in this "All Jews
are comrades Jews believe in
the unity of God. in the unity of
its peoplehood, In the unity of the
Torah and in the basic principle
ol freedom.
Our sages say when the final
redemption will come, the light ol
the moon will be as the light of
the sun and the whole world will
properly appreciate the spiritual
values of life.
With this hope, I extend to the
entire community my best wishes
for a very happy and joyous
Passover holiday-
GOP Sends
Sharansky *'
Condolences
w \SHINGTON, DC. In a
cable to Soviet ('resident Leonid
Brezhne\ Republican Part}
Chairman BUI Mrock condemn.'.
the Soviet authorities for no!
allowing POL Anatolj
Sharansky to mourn the recent
death of his father, in accordant')
with Jewish law and tradition.
Mrock also cabled his 'con
dolences to the imprisoned
Sharansky and expressed the
sympathy and support of the
American people.
Stardust Ballroom
105 N. 19 Ave. Happy Passover Phone 920-3957
Public Dances -6Nights Except Monday
Couples Welcome
DISCO Lessons Wed. and Thure.
J. W. Wikberg
1742 South Young Circle 922-1561
Qeeeunqs to our Jewish f mends & Customeus
Marshe Jewelers
Extends to the Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Passover
144 NE 1st Aveune 456-7480
Best Wishes for A Hjppi Pnsovei
Victoria's
Prime Meats
6519 Pembroke Road
Hollywood, Pla.
Hallandale Gardens
Happy Passover to All Our
Jewish Friends & Customers
806 S. Dixie Highway 456-2070
Hallandale
American Spa 81
Fitness Center
5832 Washington Street Hollywood
983-2493
Wish All Their Friends & Customers A Happy Passover
Greetings To Our Friends And Potrons |
Post Haste Pharmacy
Bob Foster, Robert Fishman
Connie Lopilato,
Fred Lippmah
Reg. Pharmacists
Open 7 Days Free Delivery
Phone: 989-6524
Batten's
Strawberry Farm
CORNER OF STIRLING AND DAVIE ROAD
DA VIE, FLORIDA
432-8385
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
0
Walls Alive 1^1
Wallpaper
Custom draperies
at discount prices
2327 Hollywood Boulevard
922-47001
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Freedman
Lost Horizons Travel
2514 Hollywood Blvd. 920-9002
Good Health and Happiness for Passover
KREATIONS
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
M&MAuto Air Conditioning
Sales and Service
1419 S. Federal Highway
Passover Greetings
921-5922
Butcher Boy
Meat Market
920 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HAPPY PASSOVER
457-9650
Delaware
Chicken Farm
4191 North State Road 7
Hollywood, Fla.
Wishes You A Happy, Healthy Passover
Happy Holiday Greetings
Sage Bagel
and
Appetizer Shop
800 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale, Florida
A Very Happy, Joyous & Healthy Passover
from
Stanley S. Kuraah
and Naomi R. Kuraah i
S. & N. Kurash, Inc.
REALTORS
Specializing in Condominium Sales
and Resales
2450 Hollywood Blvd. 921-2902
AUTOTECHNICAL
ASSOCIATES
2041 Hayes St., Hollywood, Florida
921-2211
Major Tune Ups Minor Tune Ups
Front End Alignment and Brake Service
Air Conditioning Service
Member of B.B.B. & Hwd. C. of C.
i
Divers Unlimited
4231 Hollywood Blvd. 981-0156
Passover Greetings
Prestige Realty, Inc.
6790 Taft St. Hollywood, Fla. 33024
Happy Passover to All
BUDGET TRAVEL
3808 South Ocean Drive 456-1693
A Happy Healthy Passover to All
Travel Travel, Ltd.
FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS
3500 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Hallandale 33009
Un.ui.rd 1305) 456-3000 Dade (305) 944-7119
Happy Passover To All
-r>
Mall Barbershop
Happy Passover to All Our Friends & Customers
HOLLYWOOD MALL 989-9599
M0RNINGSTAR JEWELERS
119 North 20th Avenue 923-2373
Passover Greetings
2022 N. Dixie Hwy. Hollywood 923-1006
Passover Greetings
Chick's Tire Sales
1520 S.Dixie Highway
929-1153
Happy Passover
Hollywood
Naturally
It's Binnie's
4622 Hollywood Blvd.
Happy Passover To All
966-8680
Hallandale
Moving & Storage
204 NW 2nd Ave. Hallandale 454-1200
Greetings to Our Jewish Customers & Friends
Best Wishes lor a
Happy Passover
Dr. & Mrs.
Alex E. Maron
7744 Taft Street
Pembroke Pines
ARTLIBMAN
^Ww/^B^
WALTER KRAVIT
800 K. Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Phone || 1-6360
A Very Happy Passover


April 4,1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
PaRe23
itz on His Way to County Spelling Bee
el Katz, winner of the
halom Day School Second
ll Spelling Bee, will
Int the school at the
County Spelling Bee on
|4.
won the honor of
Anting the school by
a suspenseful spell-off.
contestants were selected
i a process of a class spell-
fcst previous to the final
. The winners of each
Ipell-offs were: fifth grade
Wnielle Buchwald; sixth
\ Daniel Katz; seventh
J Michelle Moss; and
[grade David Levy.
Bob (Channel 4's Weaver the
Weatherman) Weaver, was the
guest pronouncer for the school's
spelling bee. He announced that
this will be the first year that
Beth Shalom Day School will
send a participant to the County
Spelling Bee.
Plaza Towers Group
Plaza Towers Hadassah will
hold its regular meeting,
featuring guest, Tom Cohen,
humorist and entertainer,
Tuesday, April 15, at noon in the
recreation hall, 1849 S. Ocean
Dr., Hallandale. Contact Dorothy
Prouse for additional In-
formation.
Torn
your
eyes
to .
YEDIZ
V
OPTICAL
CENTERS
"Where The Extras Are On The House"

LARGE SELECTION OF
FASHION
EYE GLASSES
AS
LOW
AS
24
95
(MOST
PRESCRIPTIONS)
Cll llll WWl lm* (Mc r CM,) StfOCAlS (XT**. TINTS PHOTO GMAT. AMD MTITUU.S
AVAILABLE AT MO IV"* CMABOf___________________________________________________
Daniel Katz and Bob Weaver
s
SHOPS OF KENDALL
12516 N KENDALL DR
271-2535
PARK SHERIDAN PLAZA
3313 SHERIDAN ST.
963-4370
\Herb Davis Plumbing
Is. State Road 7 Phone 981-4100
HAPPY PAISBVER TO ALL
Nu-Life Paint
And Body Shop
>W59th Terrace
Happy Passover
989-6040
Hollywood
Appliances
lullv wood Blvd.
Passover Greetings
To All our Jewish Friends
From BilrMatz
927-9206
FLAIR BPTIGAb
Sam Rothfarb Optician
CONTACT LENSES
rescriptions Filled Broken Lenses Duplicated
Sun Glasses Ground to Prescription
rs) Laboratory on Premises
-2236 2723 Hollywood Blvd.
Passover Greetings toAU
happy Passover
Doctors Hospital
of Hollywood
1859 Van Buren Street
/ Block South of Hollywood Blvd.
Serving Broward for over 40 years
Complete 24-hour emergency room
Blue Cross & Medicare approved
Fully Accredited
lea&owBROOk lakes
Condominium
45 East Sheridan Street
Dania, Florida 33004
Happy Passover
Green Harvest
Furniture
4171 N. State Rd. 7 Hollywood 983-6649
A Happy Passover To All Our Friends & Customers
pemBRoke pines
QeneRal hospital
2301 University Drive
Pembroke Pines
Happy Passover to All

Chi nelly Real Estate
3397 Sheridan Street 966-7300
Boehm Bros. Sunoco
Service Station
7200 Tait Street
Hollywood. Fla. 33024
989-6193
Passover Greetings
A Happy Passover to
All Our Jewish Friends
& Customers
Merchandise
Liquidators
Co., Inc.
250 North Federal Highway
Phone 929-1657
Health and Happiness lor Passover from
American Bank
of Hallandale
3131 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale
962-1620
Health and Happiness
lor Passover from
SWEDEN'S
Ice Cream W Factory
4770 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Fla. 3302Q
Phone: 987-2990
Qpcetinqs
MALL
Between U S. 1 and A1A
i Eait Hallandale Beach Boulevard
PASSOVER GREETINGS
400 South Dixie Hwy. Hallandale
[Next to City Hall]
456-0440
Specializing in Custom:
Mirror Walls Table Tops
Mirror Doors Tub Enclosures
Custom Mirror Furniture Window Replacements
Free Estimates
Passover Greetings to Our Jewish Friends
arnett
anK
Broward County
Wishing Yon A
Happy Passover
MIES
t Complete Service Dept.
if Body Shop t Auto Rentals
Hollywood Col 1920-6010
1700 Sheredan St.
(8 CITY NATIONAL BANK
^1 Our wishes for a happy
IjJ Passover holiday
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS BANKING
EVERY MODERN BANKING SERVICE
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
MEMBERFDICFEDERAL RESERVE
PRO GOLF
DISCOUNT
713 N. State Rd.7,(441)
Hollywood, Fla.
4 Blks. N. Fashion
Square Mall


I'-ure :*
Tht Jemsk FbndmM mad Skotmr of Greater HoQy wood
Prida
y. April 4,i|
Soviet Jews after Afghanistan
EMIGRATION
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n?vwc Jew? were !_*: ec :c e
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biggest ooe =fc-c drop eti nr
reevrdad]
^i ias >te #x:=oec :: >
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: ".--- ire *- :^i_-a&MC
It m tae US or nh no
c relatives m Israel
Tbere are ruoon of OVIR
In "t.:^ ;_oseo .r \arxxu
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accepcec aner Man:: 1
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LVTYRNAL REPRESSION
* j-^: :i* arresc aac es_e
-_-__- --*ra*a KSirtx Aacrei
asm uauLuec .rtsami or
**g~ r Haw Jmsk leaaseaaks
m lac USSR ten aotec a nse 2
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CiJt'
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have been summarily pulied out.
brought to police stations and
warned that such behavior will
not be tolerated during the
Games
In the capital, plans are un-
der*ra> to remove many children
and teenagers from the city at the
Tim of the Olympics to avoid
^contamination' by the views of
Western tourists School children
have been warned that American
. isiUMra might offer them
poisoned chewing gum
more Soviet Jaws will 1^ '
or removed from Mosmlul
preparation for the "oil
Olympics.
SOVIET JEWS NF.EDW
SUPPORT OF FRIKNikSj'
MOKE THAN EVER HEKOR?
THEREFORE. WE URGeSi
TO CONTINUE WritiSI
\<>1 ONLY TO YOUR ArSJI
TED FAMILIES. BUT TOiv'l
DIVIDUAL REFUS-
ANDPOCa.
:l**t a maxc (
^? -.r n -T. ". oe S te%
i*f r?e: :n-,*t r-ace :
Render;"a art ha-2g 1 sd-
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Southern Atlantic
Service Corporation
. :: \ Ihue H<2t; H: :>-wc ?- ?S
M-xj^rM^:i'.; 5 :- "* _j.t A _
. *-<-..- C-.:;- :v F.*~-zj A His : : .*-
Uijiii
Dr. Alex S. Maron
"^"a^S: 963-2"4 -c .*:::
West Hollywood
Kosher Meats. Inc.
.tJt State Roac I 962-5CS
A .';-..__< Fzj.K.f
H ri-ir-^r.:.:

Lost Horizons Travel
:-5'4~r .*co=B.c -: .-ooc 32C-9CC2
Happy Pwammm
White Seal
Nw Roots Wo-*ooaf>g ^>>pan
C>awag Soalsng Paantirsg
--e -ass
2SnOShmtmmr\StimX 927-1795
.'. >"*< ac r =55;.
Johnny's Moving & Storage
57'Z I-eo'5. 5: -: :::
-i- -^ ".iirT. ii>
riiiTi
n-v: -:". : -: : tirewe-Z
parses apasi r*cemagexx naas-
Xsy pwbfcjc? they were toid.
sst wccrcae thee abebty to
Cxxnns inny saining white
f-j-r -x z ->at jcc* ::cc li=*s
Vandals Deface Tombstones]
BONN UTAl Vandals defaced 74 gravestoH
with Nazi symbols and slogans in the non-Jev, \-h BerJ
Frohman cemeten- here. Police srispect that the pv
petrators belong to neo-Nazi groups. Swastikas wei
smeared on 20 of the gravestones and others were painti
.:h the characters "SS" in runic letters and such slogai
a? Heil Hitler" and "Juden Raus" (Jews get outi.Swa
tikas and other Nazi symbols were found carved
nearbv trees.
MEANWHILE, a number of West German newj.1
papers published articles on Albert Speer. who wat
Hitler's Minister for Armament during World War II1
the occasion of his 75th birthday.
Marvin's Cleaners
PASSO\TR GREETISGS
tmwm
987-1844
963-3911
57491
Clay's Automotive
1 Sow
PASSC' ITR CREETISC S
963-5095
Speedy Auto Air
1949 S Scat* FUsjd 7 PWsa* 961 2466
Good Htmisk au Hep put*** mt Pa\*so.e-
~*a r*i a-: -a::, ^as^o**--
Hallandale Travel
"5C3 E -a z-zz. e 5*ac~ 5 iC
*5cV60C
Ludwig's Market
-555.-.*- 2-*e' ~;s
Irving of Hollywood
"2 5 5:a:e =c ~r .'ccc tJ-;:^
= a 5: r 3 ~" --
Green Harvest Furniture
4171 N State Ad. 7
4-91 n. State Rd. 7
Hoatywood. Ra.
As-* ~~e --?-:s -a:c =as;:,e-
Passovar Gratings
Hollywood
Business Machiens
3C3 S Z'; -.f
323- 233'
Leon's Prime Meats
& Deli Shop
IIOatWOOd9tr3l9
-ire -;;-*
Pines Opticians
."TTTV J. .' SEE. OPTXZA.V
Mi N Vs.-.rrt Drr ?ncr: Patm
*mmm4324mm
iaop> ^asscar
Thalia B.
Linen Boutique
.--a. .t-iii e
v'^s-i 111

Nu-Life
Paint & Body Shop
2111SWSs3Tarr. >lo9>raood Hi 6010
:a;-:.? 3-a*' -;s
Michael's
3 N. E. 2nd Aimm Haandat
a54V7C0
MBRNINGST^R 5 JEWELERS
1l9M.20A*a. mamtmrnml 923-2372
Vivandes
Italian Food Spactalties
Miariaa I. *> -: -::: BMH
3-e>* ;. ". *
m I
Hollywood Appliances
2847 Hollywood Blvd. 927-92061
Passover Greetings
t M '
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ORIENT RESTAURANT
2021 Pembroke Road
Hollywood, Florida
923-4041
Passover Greetings
Broward 13051 923-9009
Reaidem 922-C
AMERIGAN GARPET
St INTERIQR5
Carpet Linoleum Ceramic Ceramic Reupholnerisg ]
Custom Made Drapes Window Shade* Furniture
To the Trade Commercial and Residential
MAE BELLE IREY
Salea Repreaenutivt 2811 Hollywood!
laterior Decorator HoOywood. FU. I
WiihmoYon A ioyo
Charlie
Frymyer
Paving, Inc.
509 N.E. 43rd St. Ft. Lauderdale]
Happy Passover
Merchandise
Liquidators, Inc.
250 N. Federal Highway
Hallandale
454-1657
Passover Greetings


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