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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Hollywood, Fla

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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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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Volume 10- Number 24
Hollywood, Florida Friday, November 28,1980
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Price 36 Centa
Family Torch Parade
Slated for Dec 3
Plans are being finalized for
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's annual Family Torch
Parade, set for Wednesday, Dec.
3, according to Norman
Freedman and Avis Sachs, co-
chairmen. They are working with
Sondra Reiff, director of the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center.
The Torch Parade, which
begins at Temple Sinai and
travels to Temple Beth El. starts
at 6:15 p.m. A candlelighting
ceiemony will begin at 7:15 p.m.
Representatives from local
congregations, the Hollywood
Hi' and the Jewish Federation
will participate in the ceremony.
Following the candlelighting
ceremony will be the presentation
of "Here is Israel," a multi-media
musical for the whole family.
This production is self-contained,
carrying in its bus its own sound,
light and projection equipment,
traveling with its own
technicians and stage directors,
the co-chairmen added.
Adult tickets for "Here is
Israel" are $3.50 and children's
ticekts are SI. They are available
at the Jewish Federation of
South Broward, the Hollywood
JCC, Hillel and area synagogues.
For additional information,
contact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward or the Hollywood
JCC.
Newman, Winograd Named
Big Gift Chairmen
Rabin to Speak at
Shomrai Dinner
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Shomrai Division
Chairmen Melvin Baer and
Norman Morrison and Event
Coordinators Maralyn Anton and
Annette Deakter have been
busily making plans for the
major event of the season the
annual Shomrai Dinner Dance.
The event is scheduled for
Saturday, Jan. 17 at the
Diplomat Country Club, Mrs.
Anton and Mrs. Deakter said,
(iuest speaker will be Yitzhak
Rabin, former Prime Minister to
the State of Israel.
"According to the Oct. 16-18
issue of The Jerusalem Post,
Rabin announced that he is out to
win the Labour Party's
nomination for the premiership,
Baer and Morrison said.
"We are extremely excited that
our community is being given the
opportunity to meet the man who
has a good chance to be the next
Prime Minister of Israel.
"On a recent Mission, par-
ticipants had the chance to meet
Rabin at a large gathering. Now,
our community members will be
Ted Newman and Milton
Winograd have been appointed
Big Gifts chairmen for the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign, according to Philip A.
Levin, M.D., campaign chair-
man.
Long active in Jewish com-
munal affairs, Newman is on the
boards of the Federation, the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center and the central board of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida. He is co-chair-
man of the Federation's Alloca-
tions committee, a member of its
Planning, Budgeting, Admini-
strative and Allocations com-
mittee, chairman of the Gifts in
Kind Committee and a Legacy
and Endowment Trustee, Dr.
Levin said.
When it comes to Jewish
humanitarian causes, Milton
Winograd is always in the fore-
front. A trustee and founder of
American Friends of Hebrew
University, he also serves as vice
president of its Florida Division.
He is a founder and member of
the board of Boys Town of
Jerusalem.
Winograd and his wife, Sally,
are recent recipients of the Ben
Gurion award from the State of
Israel Bonds.
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Ted Newman
He has long been a leader at
Hillcrest, serving as chairman of
the Federation-UJA campaign
and the State of Israel Bond
Drive.
Winograd is also active on the
board of Geriatric Institute at
Long Island Jewish Hospital and
a founder of Einstein College of
Medicine of Yeshiva University
in New York.
"We have been making plans
for the second annual Premier
Gifts Dinner, which is being held
at the home of Jack and Marge
Saltzman, Newman and
Winograd said.
Milton Winograd
"The funds raised by the CJA-
IEF campaign support and entire
network of local, national and
overseas agencies which provide
essential health, Jewish educa-
tion and social welfare services to
the Jewish community of South
Broward and to our fellow Jews
in Israel and around the world.
"In order to provide our local
and overseas agencies with the
tools needed to fulfill their jobs, it
is essential that our campaign
reach an all-time high. We are
confident that the Jewish com-
munity of South Broward will
rise to this challenge," they
added.
Yitzhak Rabin
able to speak to this phenomenal
man on a one-to-one basis. This is
an opportunity not often afforded
to the average person," Morrison
added.
For additional information on
the Shomrai Dinner Dance,
contact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
December 2 Campaign Seminar
At The Holiday Inn Cancelled
Lewis E. (John Appointed Cash Chairman
Super Sunday Jan. 18
On Sunday, Jan. 18, you will
receive a call from one of your
neighbors asking you to help
Jews in need at home, in Israel,
and around the world, according
to Jacquelynne Reichbaum and
Ron Rosen, co-chairmen.
The phone call will be coming
from one of 200 Super Sunday
volunteers, working out of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward office, on behalf of the
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign.
f On Super Sunday, which is a
nationwide event, volunteers will
make thousands of calls, in an
attempt to reach every household
>n the American Jewish com-
munity, Mrs. Reichbaum and
Rosen explained.
"A strong feature of Super
Sunday is that thousands of
people who have not participated
in past Federation campaigns
will have the opportunity to
make a significant contribution
to a vital cause that is an im-
portant element in the lives of
Lewis E. Conn was recently
appointed chairman of the Cash
Collection Committee of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, according to Robert S.
Pittell, M.D., president.
Long active in Jewish com-
munal affairs, Cohn is a past
president of both the Jewish
Federation of South Broward and
Temple Beth El. He serves on the
Federation's executive com-
mittee and board of directors, as
well as the boards of various local
Jewish agencies. Dr. Pittell
added.
As Cash Chairman, Cohn is
responsible for directing the
conversion of unpaid pledges to
the Federation into cash funds.
To achieve this goal, Cohn has
organized a blue-ribbon com-
mittee of past and present
community leaders. "These select
Seats Available For
Community Day Dec 18
11 j i
millions of Americans," the
chairmen added.
It's not too late to volunteer.
Everyone, including children old
enought to solicit, is urged to
volunteer. If interested in giving
two-and-a-half hours on Super
Sunday, a half-hour to be trained
and a two-hour phone session,
call Linda Senk-Rice at the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Seats are still available for the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward Women's Division
Community Day, which will be
held on Thursday, Dec. 18 at the
Diplomat Convention Center,
according to Carol Morgenstein
and Joan Raticoff, chairmen.
Guest speakers for the day-
long event will be Dawn
Schuman and Betty Friedan.
Ms. Schuman is a consultant in
the field of Jewish education.
Mrs. Friedan, founder and first
president of National Organiza-
tion for Women (NOW), is the
foremost spokesman tor women's
rights, Mrs. Morgenstein and
Mrs. Raticoff said.
More than 1,200 women are
expected to attend Community
Day, which brings all the Jewish
women of South Broward
together for a day of fun,
education and intellectual
stimulation.
Due to bulk mailing con-
ditions, some invitations may not
have reached their destination. If
you are interested in attending
Community Day, contact Helen
at the Federation off ice.
Lewis E. Cohn
men and women will assist me in
the important task I have un-
dertaken as chairman of the Cash
Collection committee," Cohn
explained.
Cohn reports that the Jewish
Federation of South Broward has
received urgent appeals from
leaders of the State of Israel to do
everything possible to expedite
the flow of funds so desperately
needed for survival.
"The greatest need today is
cash. A pledge without payment
is an empty promise.
"It is important for those
contributors who have not yet
honored their 1960 commitment
to do so before Dec. 31," Cohn
added.
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The original
Declaration of Independence.
There was a time in history when
Man's right to independent worship
went unrecognized.
But,2145 years ago.an event
* occurred that firmly established the
- principle in the consciousness of Man.
In the year 167 B.C.E.,the first
| war in history was fought to preserve a
peoples'way of lif e :their laws stand-
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gion revealed to them in the wilderness
of Sinai more than a thousand years
before.
The Jewish people led by the Mac-
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ors of ancient Judea who threatened
the very survival of the Jewish way of
life.
The Maccabees and their followers
struggled not for personal gain,and
broader inf luence.but to preserve the
Jewish Faith.
Their ultimate victory was a tri-
umph of justice and human dignity.lt
brought to humanity's attention an
ideal that transcends life itself.
Chanukah is the Jewish Festival
that commemorates that victory.For
eight nights, commencing with the 25th
day of Kislev,a candle is lit in every
Jewish home. As the candle burns.it
gives hope that the faith of the Jews
will one day serve to banish tyranny
and oppression from the earth.
It is a yearly recurring declara-
tion of mankind's independence.a mem
orable reassertion of the God-given
right of human beings to live and wor-
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Chanukah is called the Festival of
Lights.lt illuminates justice.lt is the
pure light of freedom that glows in the
heart of Man. .
It's what makes us Jews.
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Friday, November 28,1980
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
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Isnbrlle Rlemer, Sally Rosen, Hilde Rosenberg, Phyllis Schotland,
Gertrude Schulman, Katherine Sollins, Frances Walcoff and Bertha
Galahad So. Women's Division
To Hold 5th Annual Luncheon

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Galahad South Women's
Division will hold its fifth annual
luncheon for the 1981 Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund on Thursday,
Jan. 29 at Valle's Steak House,
Hallandale.
Each year our women en-
thusiastically attend the $100
minimum commitment luncheon
to make their own pledge, to
show they care and want to share
the responsibility of meeting the
Jfvvt'ds of Israel's health,
education and welfare, as well as
Broward's local charities," ac-
cording to Ernestine Germain,
co-chairman of Galahad South
Women's Division.
This year's guest speaker is
Esther Gordon. Featured en-
tertainment includes Scarpella,
an international tenor and
television recording artist from
San Remo, Italy; and Billy
Martin, pianist, musical director
and composer of the Miami
Dolphin's official victory song as
well as other songs.
"This year. Chairman Ida
Rakoff. whose dedication for the
past five years has resulted in
increased attendance every year,
is to be commended for gathering
a large committee of friends and
neighbors. Our motto is
Everyone bring a friend!' "
explained Mrs. Germain.
Co-chairmen of the event are
Ethel Endler, Ernestine Germain
and Eleanor Goldberg. Floor
captains are Gertrude Aein, Ida
Altman, Ruth Atkins, Clara
Baum, Harriet Biernbaum,
Bertha Ebner, Lillian Epstein,
Gertrude Freilicher, Irene
Holtzman, Susan Hurwitz,
Gertrude Jacobs, Goldie Kirwin,
Goldie Kramer, Jennie Lever,
Hilda Lavinsky, Anne Passes,
Selma Pestcoe, Anne Primakow.
Estelle Ratner.
Career Women's Program:
'Jewish Jugglers'
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
I livision Career Women's Council
will hold its next program on
Wednesday. Dec. II) at 7:30 p.m.
al the Federation office, ac-
cording to Nancy Atkin,
chairman.
I he program, "Jewish
igglere" will be a discussion on
)ining work and family
rc-|M.risibilities.
Moderator will be Marion
v\",fson, program coordinator,
1 felong 1-earning Institute.
I'unelists include Phyllis
Domstein, supervisor, Temple
Hi'th Shalom Religious School;
Suzanne Gunsburger, ASCW;
and Florence Roth, teacher;
illel Day School.
The Career Women'd Council
was established two years ago to
provide programs for women who
either work or attend school
during the day and are unable to
participate in the Women's
Division's daytime programs,
Mrs. Atkin explained.
For additional information on
tne Career Women's Council,
contact Beverly S. Bachrach at
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
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Temple Sinai Sisterhood Sends
Chanukah Menorahs and Candles
In honor of the preparation of
Chanukah, Marcy Kameron,
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daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Gordon; Bill and Michael
Koenig, sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Koenig; Scott Levin, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Phil Levin; Harris
J. Pollock, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Pollock; Susan and
Michael Cohn, grandchildren of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Cohn;
Linda Myers, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Myers;
Michael Eisler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Eisler: Robert
Bornstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Bornstein; Steven Rosen,
Robert Rosen, Sharon Schwartz
and David Fixler, grandchildren
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cohen;
Cheryl Schiffman, grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Schiffman; Barbara
Schiffman, niece of Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Schiffman; Madden L.
Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Klein.
Leigh, Danny and Nancy
Rosenthal, sons and daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Rosenthal;
Susan Miner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Barry Miner; Marc and
Beth Margolies, grandchildren of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Margolies;
Cindy Koseff, granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scherman;
Maria and Camille Hersh; Lynn,
Scott & Jeffrey Pittell, children
of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Pittell;
Lawrence Goldman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerald Goldman; Les
Kushner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mort Kushner; Cary Aron, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Aron; Amie
and Tracy Roberts, daughters of
Mr. Robert A. Roberts; Steven
Jaffe, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Werner Jaffe; Lance Reese, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Reese;
Steven & Susan Shaffer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Shaffer;
Steven and David Light,
grandsons of Mrs. Betty Fox;
Nina, Steve and Alan Siff,
children of Dr. and Mrs. Wallace
Siff: Sharon Singer daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Saul Singer; Elise
Kaplan, niece of Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Platt; and Amy Miller.
Emanuel "No-No" Razinovsky
has joined the staff of the Jewish
Fede ation of South Broward as a
community shaliach. according
to Sumner G. Kaye, executive
director.
A professional educator, tour
guide and former kibbutz
member, Razinovsky and his
family will be living in the
Hollywood area through July,
1981.
Razinovsky is available to
speak with your synagogue or
organization, with his major
expertise in the following:
Israel and the U.S.: Part-
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Jewish Education in Israel
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Israeli-Egyptian Relations
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The Economic Situation in
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Water: Israel's Most
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He is also available to lead
informal educational sessions,
Kaye added.
To arrange for Razinovsky to
meet with your organization,
contact Herb Tobin at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
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Friday, November 28,1ft,,
Shame on the Revisionists
We applaud the decision of Sen. Frank Church
(D., Iowa) not to accept the Centennial Medal offered
to a group of distinguished Americans at a tribute
marking the 100th anniversary of Ze'ev Jabotinsky.
Among those the Revisionist Zionists also chose to
honor was the Rev. Jerry Falwell, of the Moral
Majority.
American Jewry's propensity for honoring non-
Jews pens a black page in the annals of our history,
Zionist and otherwise. The choices have too often
been too slick, too obvious, too pragmatic.
Even under the most sophisticated of cir-
cumstances, we have had our hands burned. Who will
ever forget the darling of the Zionist movement,
Dorothy Thompson, who in the end became a
vitriolic Israel-hater?
If that could not have been easily foreseen, the
decision to anoint the Rev. Falwell is clearly a case of
award without awareness. At the same time that
Falwell was accepting his medal in New York, in
Detroit the Conference of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds General Assembly heard a clear
warning about the role of the Moral Majority in the
recent presidential election, its intimidating tactics
for targeting "enemies" of Christian life and
thought, and a reminder that it is Christian fun-
damentalism in America today that tells us that God
does not hear the prayers of Jews.
We can not for a certainty commit the Rev.
Falwell to the snakepit of these views although he
surely did himself recently refer to the God and
Jewish prayer bit in a speech of his own a
reference for which he later apologized. How he
divorces himself from the popular theology that the
Moral Majority represents is a precarious exercise in
pragmatic logic.
Wouldn't it have been better to have avoided the
medal to him altogether? Instead, he has been cited
by a Jewish organization for no other reason than for
his recent apology for the slur to Jews.
Sen. Church, a primary victim of the Moral
Majority and other organizations of this ilk, was
right to reject the Centennial Medal. Jews ought to
feel ashamed that they have insulted him in this way.
And worried that they have the Falwell tiger in their
ideological tank.
Father Drinan
It is sad that Rep. Robert F. Drinan was forced
to resign from his seat as a U.S. Representative (D.,
Mass.) by the Roman Church which he serves as a
priest. Now comes the establishment of the Robert F.
Drinan Human Rights Information Center in Madrid
as a tribute to Father Drinan for his magnificent
achievements in the field of human rights.
The new Center was announced at a tribute to
him in Boston at the end of October, and we must all
applaud this honor to him.
The Helsinki Accords, signed by the United
States, the Soviet Union and European nations in
1975, pledged to respect cultural, religious and
human rights of minorities and to allow emigration
for the purpose of reunification of families.
More than anyone else, Father Drinan knows
that the Soviet Union may have signed in Helsinki,
but has done nothing about honoring its pledges.
The Center in his honor will serve as a major
source of information in Madrid during the latest
deliberations of the signatory countries begun at the
end of last week. The Center will carry on the human
rights work he has performed so ardently for the past
decade in the United States Congress.
"Jewish Floridian
and Shofar ol Oraatar Hollywood Fred Snocnel
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Soviets Are Unique Allies
THE RUSSIANS at Madrid
are being given the business for
their incessant violations of the
1975 Helsinki accords. And
rightly so. Their invasion of
Afghanistan is high on the
western agenda.
Regrettably, so is the exodus
of Jews from the Soviet Union,
which the Russians have slowed
considerably in the recent past. I
say regrettably because no one
really cares about them, least of
all the United States, whose im-
migration policy these days is to1
fawn with obsequiousness on
Latins while turning a cold
shoulder to everyone else, in-
cluding Britons and Germans,
once the state diadem in the
crown of the Statue of Liberty.
but today a Sears Roebuck
zircon.
UNDER THESE circum
stances, where can Jews possibly
hope to fit into this new patch-
work of our immigration Real-
politik''. Still, Jews are useful for
American crocodile tears at
Madrid, and that is precisely
what is being shed over them.
Add to this the daily-growing
arrogance of Arab equations be-
tween Judaism and Zionism, and
you have a terrifying view of the
new order of things, where one-
half of the world in the form of
some of the free nations pretend
to care about the fate of Jews
even as the Arab arrogance
grows, and as this arrogance is
translated into native forms of
anti-Semitism (the French are ;i
vigorous exception), while the
other half is dedicated to Jewish
extinction outright.
It is this second half that is
fascinating in the sense that one
can be fascinated to the point of
oeePAg^iMtRpoTS
paralysis with the process,,,
leading to one's own destruction
In this second half, the spirit n<
the Third World blows hotly ,ron
the burners of petroleum
cracking plants, polluting the
atmosphere with Palestinian
propaganda.
IT IS a hallmark of the danger
to Jews today that the first half
of the world, the free world pre-
sumably led by American enter-'*'
prise and American morality
would move not even an inch to
save Jews las it scurries to
save" Latins) were the second
half to have its way with them.
Other than to shed those
crocodile tears at Madrid, there
would be nothing. What, for
example, does this presumably
free world do to counter th't
dangerous charge among its
minions that the Hitler Holo-w,
caust is a Zionist myth a
charge that the Other World la
phrase designating the
Muscovite world and the Third
World lumped together) is eager
to circulate?
Little, if anything, of course.
The paradox at Madrid is the
Soviet Union, whose attitude
toward its own Jews is little
different from its attitude toward
anyone it seeks to oppress. But in
the matter of the alleged myth of
the Holocaust, both Jews and the
Soviets know otherwise by bitter
experience, and both share by
bitter experience the need to have
the Holocaust understood for
what it was.
IN ANSWER to the Hitler
Holocaust, the Russians have en-
slaved Eastern Europe as a
bulwark against future on-
slaughts upon them, and we are
meant to understand that their
most recent assault on Afghanis-
tan is but an extension of that
bulwark against aggression by
the newer forms of "fascist
(capitalist) imperialism" trans-
ferred to another front.
This is not said to excuse the
Russians from the inexcusable
but to explain their own aggres-
sive expansionism in Holocaustic
terms
The Jews, for their pan. have
no such alternatives available to
them to act out their fears, except
in their allegiance to Israel whose
destiny is being decapitated by
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Number 24
Abie Nathan first started
tilting at windmills when he
vas 20. Now, at 53, he re-
mains a vigorous, energetic
combatant. His steed is a
modern 570-ton freighter
the "Peace Ship" which
has been equipped with a
powerful broadcasting
transmitter. And he num-
bers his followers in their
hundreds of thousands.
Bom in Abadan, Iran, Abie
Nathan was educated at a Jesuit
school in Bombay, India, and,
after a brief stint as a fighter
filot with the Royal Air Force in
ndia, he became a commercial
pilot. It was then that he had his
first taste of rescue missions,
participating in the evacuation of
refugees during the partition of
India and Pakistan in 1947.
IN 1948, he moved to Israel
and served as a captain in the
Israel Air Force until 1951. And
for eight years after that, he flew
as a captain with El Al. In 1959.
he opened the highly successful
restaurant, The California, and
an art gallery in Tel Aviv.
Six years later he ran for
election to the Knesset on a
pledge to fly his" private plane,
the Shalom One, to Cairo if he
was elected He lost. But more
than 100.000 Israelis signed a
petition supporting him, and on
February 28, 1966, he flew to
Port Said.
"I started to understand that
everyone can be involved. You
don't need an airplane or a radio
station. There are lots of ordinary
people who are involved."
FROM THAT dramatic begin-
ning. Abie Nathan has carried his
campaign for peace in the Middle
East to Europe, the U.S. and the
Soviet Union, and has met with
politicians (including Robert
Kennedy). intellectuals (in-
cluding Bertrand Russell and
Jean-Paul Sartre) and religious
leaders (including Pope Paul VI).
With his peace campaign well
under way, he organized a peace
march to Jerusalem, where he
erected a monument to peace,
and he launched the Shalom
Peace Foundation to create an
integrated Arab-Jewish school in
Nazareth.
Abie Nathan flew twice more
to Egypt on July 25,1967. and
m,June 28, 1969. He became
convinced that the peoples of
both nations wanted peace, and
when he returned from his 1969'
trip, he launched his campaign to
buy what has become known as
the Peace Ship, equipped with a
powerful transmitter that carries
"The Voice of Peace" to a large
audience, not only in Israel but
also in Egypt. Jordan and
Lebanon.
The message is simple: "We
can have a better world, and the
way to achieve it is through
becoming simpler once again."
"I try with the radio station to
show the positive aspects of life,"
he says. "You've got to keep
working at it and you've got to
talk to the people. You've got to
let them know they're ok. And if
we talk long enough then the
good guys will want to stand up
and be counted.
"You can't do it all at once
though. You can't change the
world, or any person, overnight.
But you've got to start the
process so that people can at
least learn how much they can
do."
LIFE ON the Peace Ship
has not always gone smoothly
As the Yom Kippur War raged.
Abie Nathan sailed to the Suez
Canal and appealed to the
soldiers and politicians to stop
the fighting. Then, as the war
intensified on the Golan Heights.
he sailed to Beirut and continued
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Retirement "The Golden Years'
Making plans for the recent Young Adult Division Chanukah
Program are seated from left, Dr. Robert Lev, YAD chairman; Holly
aym-win. YAD Education Committee co-chairman; and Rabbi Robert
Jacobs, Temple Solel. Standing from left are Ellen Held, Dr. Ira
Miner JFSB Director of Planning and Steve Weiner.
Young Adult Division
Roller-Skate Party
The Young Adult Division of
the Jewish Federation of South
Uroward will hold a roller-skating
|iarty on Sunday, Nov. 30, at the
I'ines Roller Rink, 7685
Hollywood Blvd. The event will
-tart at 8 p.m. and the $5 ad-
mission fee includes skates, wine,
-nda and beer.
The Young Adult Division of
the Jewish Federation of South
Hroward is a group of single
people who are concerned with
P zhe future of the Jewish people in
Vouth Broward, the United
States and the world," explained
l)r Robert Lev, YAD Chairman.
"At one of our recent
programs. Rabbi Robert Jacobs
of Temple Solel discussed the
story of Chanukah and how it
relates to the modern world. The
members of the Young Adult
Division had an opportunity to
participate in Chanukah
lestivities and learn how they
^rnight duplicate Chanukah in
nipir own home."
While our Young Adult
Division is only four months old.
UJA Florida
Regional Confab
Dec 12-14
i nited Jewish Appeal with
"operation from the Council of
lewish Federations are spon-
ging the Florida Regional
nterence from Dec. 12 14 at
^he Orlando Hyatt Hotel.
Highlights of the conference
mlude guest speaker Dr.
Michael Bernbaum. discussing
Jewish Family, Jewish Values,
lewish Responsibility; Martha
Selig, speaking on the State of
lewish Family Life in the
Sunbelt; Irving Bernstein,
discussing the Promise of the
New Decade.
^iav^3\ Workshops include such topics
^s Project Renewal. Missions,
Preparing the Campaigner'with
New Tools and Allocations,
among others.
Conference attendants will also
have the opportunity to view the
Jewish Federation of South
Hroward's CJF award-winning
multimedia presentation
Together We Grow."
Persons interested in attending
the Florida Regional Conference
should contact the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
we have had a number of suc-
cessful social educational events,
Dr. Lev concluded.
Additional information about
the Young Adult Division is
available through Dr. Lev at 962-
0303 or Dr. Ira Sheier at the
Federation o ff ice 921 -8810.
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The retirement years are some-
times referred to as the Golden
Years/' In some senses, thus is
(rue. It is a "golden" time to do
things that we never had time for
during our working years:
traveling, learning new skills or
adding to old ones, spending time
with loved ones, getting to know
new members of the family all
those wonderful, exciting chal
lenges that can't always be taken
on when people have obligations
to family and work.
But like every other time of
life, the "golden years are not all
golden, and aging people face
some of the most stressful exper-
iences that a human being will
ever undergo in our society. To
begin with, we live in a society
that has taufht us all our lives to
work and be productive. From
that time on, we are expected to
produce good grades in school or
learn a profession and then go to
work and support a family, or to
marry and care for a family. By
the time we reach retirement, we
have been stripped of roles that
we have spent 60 years either
preparing for or functioning in. It
- a difficult transition and not at
all surprising that many senior
citizens have a hard time shifting
the focus of their lives from the
well-ordered tempo of the worka-
day world of profession and child-
rearing to the limbo of being on
vacation all the time.
Vacation all the time can be a
lot harder to enjoy than we ever
'nought it would be And then
another piece of reality intrudes
on the 'golden years." Those of
us who had the opportunity
planned financially for retirement
only to find ourselves in the last
tew years in a very atypical
situation financially. With the
growing inflation, income plan-
ning that should have been quite
sufficient is turning out to be a
serious problem. People who have
been self-sufficient and indepen-
dent all their lives now find
themselves in a dependent
position in relation to agency
services available in the com-
munity due to their inability to
pay for the necessary services
themselves. This is a bitter pill to
swallow sometimes.
And last, but far from least,
the retirement years are years
when we face debilitating illness
and the death of friends and
loved ones. The changes in life
style social, emotional, and
physical necessitated by the
loss of our loved ones is one of the
last and greatest challenges we
all shall face.
Retirement counseling and
separation and loss are only two
of the professional issues that the
counseling staff of Jewish Family
Serv ice of Broward County offers
to the senior citizen population of
Broward County. The staff offers
marriage counseling, mdividua'
counseling for any psychological
problem, but most often for de-
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counseling for relationsnip issues
between retired parents and their
grown children and planning for
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necessary)
The "golden years" are ex-
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of all challenging. Those who
work with the people engaged m
this fascinating developmental
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Friday. Npyember 14.1980
Friday, November 28,1980
Board of Trustees Meet
The Jewish Federation of South Broward held its annual Board of
Trustees meeting recently at the Federation office.
The agenda included the presentation of the Federation's award-
winning multi-media "Together We Grow."
From left are Dr. Saul Singer, Jerry Raticoff, president; Sumner G. Kaye, executive director; Dr. Robert S. Pittell and David Posnack.
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Children Prepare
For Chanukah
Chanukah! Chanukah! It's
coming. Excitement pervades the
halls of the Hebrew Day School.
The children are preparing for
their Annual School Program on
Friday, Dec. 5, at Soref Hall.
Music. Hebrew plays, songs,
dances, blessings, etc., are all
part of the program.
The parents are preparing as
well. On Nov. 16 the Day School
is sponsoring a Chanukah Bou-
tique in Building "C" on the JCC
campus. The general public is
invited to come and purchase at
the Boutique. Educational, func-
tional and unique are but a few of
the requirements of the boutique
items. Mrs. Rhonnie Leder, fund-
raising vice president, is in
charge of the day. The hours are
slated from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Hebrew department of the
Day School is preparing a video
tape on Chanukah to be aired on
Cable TV, Channel 25, on Thurs-
day, Dec. 4 at 6 p.m. Abe Gittel-
son, director of Jewish education
in Fort Lauderdale; Rabbi Albert
Schwartz, director of chaplaincy
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale; Fran
Merenstein, director of the He-
brew Day School; and the
children will discuss the sig-
nificant aspects of Chanukah.
This program has been made
possible because of the efforts of
the Jewish Federation, of which
the Day School is a beneficiary
agency.
Programs such as this one on
Chanukah are being created to
enlighten the audience in a light
but meaningful manner. Their
significance is supported by Fed-
eration's encouragement of such
projects. The Hebrew Day School
is excited and honored to par-
ticipate in this event.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Altman and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klein, lun-
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Guest speaker for the event
will be Emanuel "No-No"
Razinovsky. a fifth generation
Sabra who is visiting our com-
munity on his sabbatical.
Razinovsky is a high school
principal, a member of a kibbutz
and one of Israel's top guides. As
an educator, he is an informed
expert on conditions in Israel its
problem, its potential and its
promise, the chairmen explained.
Luncheon sponsors are Mr.
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Mrs. Albert Brout, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs.
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Friday, November 28,1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7-A
Potatoes
Colombo
It has 456 less calories than potato
popping made with sour cream.
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I "2 cups Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
12 cup crumbled blue cheese
' i cup chopped celery
' i cup imitalion flavored
bacon bits
14 teaspoon salt
In bowl, combine all ingredients Serve
as topping on baked potatoes or other
hot vegetables Or chill well and serve
as dip for potato chips or fresh
vegetables Makes about 2 cups
mixture

'Slim' Chance Only For
Finding Oil in Israel
..
JKRUSALEM (ZINS) -
Dr. Zvi Dinstein, head of Israel's
Knergy Institute, stated at a
symposium that there are "very
slim and perhaps no chances" of
riding oil in Israel proper. He
d the idea of accelerating
i construction o\ atomic
in in order ii forestall an
{~~( Crisis that looms in the
Member ol Knesset,
h tiarish, chairman ol the
< ommission of the
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- has pledged to provide oil
i Israel in case she is unable to
obtain petroleum on the world
markets.
It is, however, not certain, said
llarish, as to what will happen if
the price of crude will become so
high that Israel will not havi the
means to pay for it. In that
connection he also observed that
there have been instances in the
past when the United States
found itself unable to honor its
commitments. Harish concurred
in the idea of accelerating the
construction of new atomic
reactors.
Salad
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Windmills
Continued from Page 4
his appeal.
Abie Nathan had an audience
and he had friends: When the
ship developed engine trouble he
sailed it into Beirut, where
Lebanese engineers made the
repairs without charge. After the
war the Peace Ship tied up in the
Israeli port of Ashdod for a full
month: the authorities there
cancelled all port dues.
In October, 1975, to com-
memorate the second anniversary
of the end of the Yom Kippur
War, Abie Nathan sailed to Port
Said where he managed to
distribute several thousand
flowers as a gift from the people
of Israel to the people of Egypt;
an expression of the desire for
peace.
Three years later in the
early stages of the peace
negotiations with Egypt he
stayed home to make his point:
He went on a 45-day fast to
protest the creation of new
settlements in Judea and
Samaria while peace negotiations
were under way. The fast ended
only after the Knesset met in
special session to appeal to him
not to endanger his life.
NOR DOES Abie Nathan
confine his crusades to the
Middle East. In the late sixties
he Hew a rescue mission to
drought-stricken Bihar province
in India. In 1976, he helped
rebuild hundreds of homes in
earthquake-shattered Guate-
mala. In 1978, in the midst
of the civil war in Lebanon, the
Peace Ship sailed into Ik'irut
carrying a cargo of an ambulance
and medical supplies. And in
1979 he flew to Cambodia after
raising nearly $1.5 million in
Israel to help relieve the plight
of the refugees there.
"1 go where I have to go. I try
to do what I have to do.
"I know damned well that I
can't solve all of the problems of
the world. But where I can do
something even something
small that's where I've got to
go"
At present, Abie Nathan is
engaged in a program to help,
ease the situation of some of the'
senior citizens in Israel, raising
money and collecting clothing
and furniture for them. He is also
enlisting volunteers to visit the
elderly, to bring them hot meals,
to establish clubs for them.
WHAT MAKES Abie Nathan
run'.'
"I'm more than just a wan-
daring Jew who observes and
moves on I've been through it all
poverty, hunger, suffering,
wars. And whenever I tried to
-t I iound that it brought at
-cuia lomfort even if only
ir sniall ways. And if I can do
. i hing at all. it gives me a deep
sense of satisfaction.
M least this way I feel that
I m living all the time. Hell, if I
didn't think could so some of
then things, Id just pack my
bags and leave. What would I
need here" What could 1 do?
But 1 don't leave. Things can
be done.
THERE IS little doubt that
Abie Nathan enjoys his role as
leader and social catalyst. There
is also little doubt that he feels he
is accomplishing something. And
this, more than anything else,
gives him profound satisfaction.
T know a lot of people thiriV
I'm naive. I'm not ashamed of
that because"4 Jdodw that a lot of
people are joining me and that
we re getting things done.
Coffee Cake
Colombo
It has 304 less calories than coffee
cake made with sour cream.
1 pkg (18 5 oz ) yellow cake mix
I cup Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
' 3 cup water
2 eggs
1 cup chopped walnuts or
pecans
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
'7 cup sugar
Prepare cake mix according to
package directions, substituting
Colombo Yogurt for 1 cup water
Pour half the batter into greased
and floured 13x9x2-inch
pan
Combine nuts, cinnamon and
sugar Sprinkle half over barter Top
with remaining batter and nut
mixture Bake according to
package directions Cool in pan
Elizabeth Taylor Warner with Simon Wiesenthal was the recipient of
the first Simon Wiesenthal Humanitarian Laureate at a gala tribute
dinner hosted by the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles She
donated her time and talent, along with Orson Welles, to co-narrate
the Wiesenthal Center's multi-media presentation on the Holocaust
the first of its kind in the world which is scheduled for nationwide
release in mid-1981.
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Friday, November 28,1980
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Pictures and
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Project it
One of the most emotional experiences in Israel is a visit to the
Western Wall, which is the last remaining remnant of the Second
Temple. Shown on a late-night visit to the Wall is Simon Reichbaum.
Masada
Planting trees is an age-old custom in Jewish 'edition Today ir ses
are planted in Israel for ecological as well as ai thetic isnns South
Broward Mission participants are planting thes< < rees i i >und an aduli
school area in Hod Hasharon, our Project I', tewal community, in
order to beautify the area.
When we reached the top of Masada, all national Community Mission
participants gathered for a candlelighting ceremony and a special pre-
sentation of Israeli songs and music. Bobbie Levin and another
Mission participant told the story of Masada the heroic three-year
stand against the Roman'Army.
"The Mission offered me the opportunity to gain an inside view of the
Israelis and their achievements and problems. The excellent speaker
and tour guide provided me with insight into all areas of Israeli life. I
met people from all walks of life from Deputy Prime Minister Yigael
Yadin to the citizens of Hod Hasharon, our Project Renewal com-
munity. After exploring Israel, one wants to help this small nation
achieve even greater accomplishments than it has since 1948."
-Gail Cohen
Otto Stieber (right), a Holocaust^
exhibits at Yad Vaahem, a mem'
Holocaust studies. Listening is H
"One of the highlights of the Mission for us was the companionship of
the fellow members of our Mission and interacting with them after
seeing the many facets to which we were exposed. It was, lor us, a
mixed experience as one of us was visiting Israel for the fourth time
and the other for the Brat. Nevertheless, we both found it to be an un-
paralleled emotional experience, as opposed to merely sightseeing. The
feeling of being welcome was ever prevalent and this affected our visit
greatly we did not feel so much like outsiders looking in, but as on-
lookers participating if we cared to."
^ -Marion and Nathan Heller, M.D.
"Arriving on our first Mission to Israel expecting to see 'a land of milk
and honey', all we found were rocks and sand. But with the Israelis
spirit and love added to the American money, Israel is turning green.
Our job is to keep Israel free, fruitful and green, by keeping our green
money flowing. Whether there are Arabs in the Middle East, neo
Nazis in Europe, or Billy Carter and his cohorts in America, Jews
everywhere must know We Are One' and act accordingly. Our first
visit to Israel was exhilarating and memorable. We wish everyone
could be fortunate enough to have the opportunity to see for them-
selves what the Israelis through motivation, courage, spirit and
love have created. It is a land that we can and should be proud of.
Muriel and Marvin Schwartz
JOIN US 1
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March 19-31,1981
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id Memories
i 26,1980
The Galilee
ct Renewal
Eve Hochman stands at the Good Fence, where Israel borders
Lebanon. This is the site where southern pro-Israel Lebanese can be
seen crossing into Israel.
Military Cemetery
Jake Mogilowitz makes friends with the children of Hod Hasharon.
On a hill at the entrance to the city of Jerusalem is Mount Herzl
Military Cemetery. Here lie Israel's heroic soldiers, many of them
young, struck down in the prime of their lives defending their home-
land. Dr. Philip Levin and Glicksman share a moment of intense
reflection and remembering.
The Caucus
r, explained many of the
i Holocaust and a center of
aid.
The dollars raised on our Mission indicate the commitment which
individuals felt as a result of our stay in Israel. At the Caucus, in-
dividuals shared their feelings about what they had seen. South
Broward Mission participants committed $170,000 to the 1981 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, which was a 107 percent
increase over 1980.
ISRAEL
"This was my first Mission, but I have been to Israel twice before.
This trip was the most enjoyable of all my visits. I took my daughter
with me this tune. It was her first visit to Israel and she loved every
minute of it. She is now telling all her friends that a Mission is the only
way to go to Israel." ___
Morris Lefkowiti
|VVuly21Z, 1981
ire Available to attend the
of the Next
fa Mission
r information
"A Mission is a very special privilege, and enables one to get the
information which is most important. The average tourist cannot go
'inside' the places a missioner does. Visiting the family living on a
moshav or a kibbutz is a U J A missioner's chance to see and learn that
side of the Israelis' lives. Very important is the wonderful 'family' you
meet, spend time with, learn with and compare views and share
opinions with. Having been on three Community Missions, your
experience cannot be compared with any other."
BeaMogilowiu
"An excellent opportunity for an in-depth introduction to Israel and
its problems, its people, as well ss the conventions! sntiquities, land-
marks and museums. The precarious position of this valiant, small
nation cannot help but touch the hearts of an who see and hear.
Joan Greenburg
m of South Broward
1-8810
"We came back with a greater knowledge of the continued need to help
our brothers in Israel. So much progress hss been made by the people
in spite of wsrs, threats and lack of money. A wonderful way to go to
Israel, as we became one family on the bus. Friends we made, the
feeling that ss Jews, we will and must remain one people."
Lee and Myer Schatzberg


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Friday, November 28,1980
JFSB
Metropolitan
Division
Kickoff
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Metropolitan
Division recently set its 1981 goal
at $2.6 million for the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign at the Metro-
politan Kick-Off Cocktail Party
held at the home of Dr. Joel and
Merle Schneider, according to
Philip A. Levin, M.D., campaign
chairman.
Guest speaker at the event was
Stephan Schiffman, director of
Training and Special Projects for
United Jewish Appeal.
"More than 60 people watched
as Schiffman moved throughout
the crowd, stirring everyone's
emotions by his discussion.
"He asked the crowd how they
would convey their Jewishness to
another person. He also asked
several individuals what Judaism
means to them.
"He explained to the audience
because you're here, it shows
that you want to stand up and be
counted," Levin said.
He appealed to them to "leave
the meeting and tell somebody
else about it. You have to inform
other people about what you saw,
in order to help raise Jews," he
added.
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cloitd Mondayi
e (
by RocheUe Koenvj-
than 700 beautifully
women graced the Dip-
I Hotel for the Annual
Scholarship Poun-
[ luncheon. Hardworking
Bt Carole Sachs, assisted
capable committee which
Berle Geronemus,
Schector, Ruth Galvin,
lorvitz, Jean Seidel and
inkel, planned a gourmet
an elegant fashion
Saks of the new Sunrise
and a great array of
Uiitu Kessel and I were
[the many lucky prize-
pig the ladies were V.P.
itkin, Teddy Romanik.
Ibram and Janice Gross-
lice's charming, talented
Cathy Grossman of the
ierald, enjoyed the fun
Bs as did Edith Sorin,
Tanis. Penny Frazin,
[ Kaminsky and Linda
More of the many
up supporters were
2ohan, Donna Barron,
Simons, Camille Sultan
ie\ Greenberg. Hazel was
[ feted at a surprise birth-
ty. Seated at my table
Jelma Hopen, Merle
er. Marilyn Kaplan,
jphin, Benita Schwartz,
iirtz and Marion Miller.
|was winner of the center-
attractively decorated
^1 with a real live goldfish,
lasts until Marion's
lildren visit her.
Ught of the afternoon was
ering, glamorous fashion
travaganza. Silks, knits,
limit s. and relaxed clothes
awn with comfortable flat
Dcs reminiscent of the
Capezio ballet slippers,
rgeous models whirled
lie runway to the sen-
[music.
Igh the efforts of this
Reserving South Broward
will have an educational
6ity.
Steiber looks ex-
h glamorous wearing her
tent new gold Shomrai
Hubby Otto brought
|ery special surprise gift
Mission trip to Israel,
[time Gourmet
ant" owners, popular Nat
Hlyn Kramer, are back in
lod after spending six
at the Massachusetts
[resort, Nantasket Beach.
kre enjoying dinner at the
"Sea Shanty" with Marilyn's
parents who are originally from
Boston, now living nearby in
Del ray.
The Kramers' "Gourmet" was
a landmark in our city located on
Young Circle. Everyone remem-
bers the fantastic buffet. Genial
Nat and Marilyn were never
intimidated when hearty eaters
like Fank, Dr. Lou JoMove, Dr.
Bob Phtell and Dr. Wally Siff
and their wives, all hungry,
walked in together for dinner.
Those were the good old days
when everyone was thin!
Enthusiastic supporters filled
the magnificent home of Dr. Joel
and Merle Schneider to mark the
1981 JFSB Campaign kickoff.
From the patio guests could view
the reflection of moonlight on the
serene Emerald Hills lake.
Everyone listened with a spirit of
optimism as Dr. Phil Levin and
Brenda Greenman set the cam-
paign goals. The Allen Gordons,
Doug Gross, Dr. Bob Pitted,
Delia Rosenberg, Joan Raticoff,
Bobbie Levin, Lester Weil, Joe
Raymond, Dr. Joe Stein and
Jackie Levin were among the
community leaders gathered to
mark the event.
Busy radiologist Dr. Schneider
has recently ventured into the
field of gastronomy a new
restaurant. "Reuben's Famous
Deli" in North Miami (near
Loehmann's) boats of delicious
food and special sandwiches
named for condos, areas of our
town, or eating habits (e.g., the
Emerald Hills Fresser). Partners
in this sure-to-be successful
venture are Leon Do an. Joe
Friedlander and Irving Davis.
Merle Schneider assures
everyone that low calorie food is
also available.
Enjoying the fabulous per-
formance of "Camelot" at the
Miami Beach Theatre of the Per-
forming Arts were Internist
Alvin Cohen, lovely wife. Psy-
chologist Tammy Cohen, and
their adorable children.
Nearly 3,000 concerned citizens
of South Broward jammed
Temple Beth Shalom to hear
Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson
speak on Human Rights. Claire
Pickman and Sheryl Sherman
organized an exciting program
and tremendous turnout to com-
memorate Kristalnacht. Rep.
Fred I.ipman, Congressman-elect
Clay Shaw were among the many
leaders on the dais along with
Rabbi Malavsky and Cantor
Gold, Otto Steiber, Federation
President Dr. Bob PitteU, CRC
Chairperson Elaine PitteU, and
Carl Rosen kopf, a recent Russian
immigrant.
We happened to sit near
members of the Hallandale
Jewish Center and from JWV
Post No. 613. Next to me were
personable Al and Gertie Cohen.
Those sitting near us could hear
Al's melodious voice when we
sang the "Hatikva". Rabbi and
Mrs. Carl Klein were present
along with the Meyer Pritskers.
Chaplain Monty Sadok also
doubled as the JWV pho-
tographer. Spotted in the huge
crowd were Harvey Ford, Rabbi
David and Leila Shapiro,
charming Minna Finkelstein,
Rhona Miller, Dr. Charles and
Sandy Friedman, Judy Glazer,
Dr. Stuart and Elbe Sobel, Sue
Gunzberger of the NCJW, Elliot
and Barbara Stein with daughter
Lisa. In this standing-room-only
throng Nat Pritdier found a seat
on the steps with members of the
Press.
The evening was an enormous
manifestation of support for
Soviet Jews and their right to be
free. That's what Chairman Dr.
Stan Spatz's Soviet Jewry Com-
mittee is all about. The response
by our community tells the world
that we mean business.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollvwood
i'ndflv November2H 1980
V
Hollywood JCC Update
S-l
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Fla. 33020
921-6611
By Kondra Reiff
Executive Director
COMMUNITY It s a word
we u*e often We all came from
one we all say we want to be
part of one yet we often
question ourselves and each other
- .ire we one'.'
\ community looks to service
it* :'.v:\. It provides in-
formation, program. en-
tertainment education,
ret-eat ion. It requires that its
population be concerned, aware,
ready to evaluate what is here
and what we need to make this .
better place to live. What will
make our children want to ttav
here or after college come back
to? Do we look to take care of
each other the elderly, the
single parent, the traditional
:amily. the young adults, the
working parents, the teens, the
children, the newcomers Do we
give the time, the energy and the
dollar commitment to make our
Jewish Community in South
B roward something special,
something that everyone feels a
part of. and an obligation to see it
grow to meet its populations
needs and standards.
Honda is a uruque community.
The largest percentage of our
population has come from
somewhere else. When we think
about the things that were
available "back home" do we
ever stop to anaylze how these
things came to be? Our parents
and our grandparents worked to
build an area that fulfilled their
needs and their children's needs.
It is up to us who live here to
make it happen. Get involved
help plan, help evaluate, help
build let's make the South
Hreward Jewish Community a
united force.
Your JCC is a place to begin.
At the JCC the programs don't
just happen. Committees of
interested members look to plan
programs for our community
along with our professional staff.
Your input and your concern
help to identify areas of service.
Your membership helps to
identify you as a person who
a-ants to stand up and be
counted Join us now!
Some of the special events and
programs that follow in the next
ew weeks are:
Special
Event
Family Community
Dec. 3 Chanukah Torch
Walk Candlelight Ceremony and
presentation of Here is Israel."
Mark your calendar for Dec. 3.
when the South Broward Jewish
Community gathers together for
a very moving "Family
Chanukah Torch Walk and
Candlelighting Ceremony''
followed by the musical ad-
venture "Here is Israel." The
evening begins early so plan
accordingly.
The Family Torch Parade will
begin at 6:15. We will gather at
Temple Sinai and walk to Temple
Beth El (bring your flashlights!.
For the family driver piease
be aware that you should drop
your tamily off at Temple Sinai,
drive to Temple Beth El and a
shuttle bus will take you back to
walk with your family.
Shuttle service will begin at 6
p.m. Following the walk, we will
gather together on the lawn at
Temple Beth El at 7:15 for a
Community Candlelighting
Ceremony with representatives
from our local congregations.
Jewish Federation of South
Broward and the Hollywood
Jewish Community Center
participating together. Those
who will unite in the Can-
dlelighting Ceremony are: Rabbi
Robert Jacobs and Karen Toll
from Temple Solel; Rabbi
Bennett Greenspon from Temple
Beth Emet: Rabbi Bernard P.
Shoter and Shan Berger from
Temple in the Pines: Rabbi Ben
Romer and Edward Goldstein
from Temple Beth El; Rabbi
Seymour Friedman and Jennifer
Levin from Temple Sinai: Rabbi
Morton Malavsky from Temple
Beth Shalom.
At 7:30 p.m. we hope you will
all join together at the "Here is
Israel" presentation to be held in
the auditorium of Temple Beth
El. Tickets for "Here is Israel."
can be purchased at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward. the
Hollywood JCC and your local
Temples and Synagogues.
Children Programs
Thanksgiving Vacation
Program Turkey Time:
Friday. Nov. 28. at 9 a.m. 4
p.m.. Hollywood JCC. K through
5th graders will see the movie in
the morning.
A picnic lunch (brown bag it
and JCC provides the drink and
snack). In the p.m.. we will have
sports, games and crafts at
MAR. It will be a fun day for all.
Pick up: Pembroke Lakes
Elementary School at 8:30 a.m.
Drop Off: Pembroke Lakes
Elementary School at 4:30 p.m.
Teens I for grades 6-7-8)
Gitty-up On Friday. Nov.
EB, we will have a uay oi Hor-
seback riding at Country Gen-
tleman's Stables. A picnic and
sports. You bring your brown
bag lunch and the JCC provides
snack and drinks.
Register Now. Transporation
will be provided from Hollywood
JCC. Temple Beth Shalom and
"Temple in the Pine-
Adult
Several adult classes are
starting the week of Dec. 1.
Register now if you are in-
terested. All classes begin week
of Dec. 1.
Monday evenings: Bridge
ladvanced beginner in-
termediate), with Joan Lavin.
7:30-9:30 p.m. at JCC. Spanish
(advanced beginner in-
termediate!, witn r-av Kurland,
7 30-9 p.m. at JCC. New Dance
Aerobics class with Ellen Pizzo.
7 30 -8:30 p.m. at JCC.
luesdav mornings: Dance
Aerobics with Flen Pizzo. H 9
a.m. at JCC.
Tuesdav evenings: Dance
Aerobics with Ellen Pizzo. 7:15 -
8:15 p.m. at Temple Sinai
Thursday evenings: Yoga with
Andrea Cohen. 7:30 9 p.m. at
JCC. Photography (advanced
beginner intermediate) with
Tom Lopez. 8 10 p.m. at JCC.
Middle East Panel Dec. 11 -
Hollywood JCC at 8 p.m.
Blended Families Workshop -
Dec. 16 Hollywood JCC at 8
p.m.
Three National Hadassah
Leaders Tour Broward
Three dynamic and eloquent
leaders of National Hadassah will
conduct a whirlwind eight-day
tour of Broward covering the
Florida Mid-Coast Region of
Hadassah on behalf of the vast
medical complexes and programs
of the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization. They are Rose Matz-
kin. a past national president and
former HMO national chairman:
Barbara Goldstein. national
education chairman, and Elaine
Ellish. a vice president and chair-
man of the National Service
Committees.
The luncheon events starting
Dec. 1. continuing daily Mondays
through Thursdays through Dec.
11, will be attended by some
5.000 Hadassah members
throughout the county.
Esther Cannon, president of
the region, has announced that a
financial goal has been set that
will exceed any previous year's
contributions. "It is more
essential this year tnan ever."
she explained, "to support in
greater measure the Hadassah
medical program in the face of
the 112 percent inflation in Israel.
Hadassah is pledged to maintain
its high standards despite the
rising costs of maintenance,
equipment and payrolls. In
addition. Hadassah* reputation
in medical research is world re-
nowned and we anticipate even
greater advancements in
medicine in the next few years."
The luncheon program each
day will also highlight a special
observance of the anniversary of
Henrietta Szold, founder of
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
Organization of America. She
was born 120 years ago on Dec.
21.1860.
Members are requested to con-
tact their individual chapters aa
to specific day and location of
their luncheon event.
Reception 6:00 P.M.
Fleur-de-Lis Room
Guest Speaker:
Florida Division,
American Committee for the
Weizmann Institute of Science
cordially invites you to attend its gala
Annual Dinner-Dance
celebrating a Banner Year of Institute Achievement
Sunday Evening, December 14, 1980
Fontainebleau Hilton, Miami Beach
PROGRAM
DAVID FROST
nternational Television Celebrity
just returned from Egypt and Israel
and from the Institute's Annual
Convocation in Rehovot
Dinner 7:00 P.M.
Fontaine Room
Weizmann Greetings:
PROF. JOHN ROSS
Stanford University, Weizmann
Institute Governor and Co-
Chairman of its Scientific-
Advisory Council
Film Presentation
"Year-End Report: 1979-W
highlighting Weizmann Research, Advances and Honors
with
DAVID SCHOENBRUN
world affairs analyst and commentator
MusicJerry Marshall Orchestra
Subscription $500 per person Dietary Laws Observed
Black Tie
Hmowt PrnMeat Meaakm .f Ik* Board Joseph Handleman
Sun I. Adltt Dr. Sidney S. Hem
Stanley Brenner Joseph Kanter
Morris N. Broad Herbert D. Katz
Lewis E. Conn Jay I. Kislak
Arthur H. Courshon Rabbi Leon Kronish
David Einhorn Hyman I akc
Martin Fridovich Dr. Irving Lchrman
George Coldhlonm Louis Levine
Harry A. Levy
Robert Levy
Harvey B. Nachman
Roselec Pollack
Harold Rosen
Robert Russell
Dr M. Murray Schechter
Skip Shepard
Harry B. Smith
Joe Su/yn
Nalhan Tanen
Arthur T. Wauerman
Harold X. Wemstein
Mrvctar
Col. Moahe J. Dtakin
FLORIDA DIVISION,
AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR THE
WEIZMANN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE
Suite 309/420 Lincoln Road/Miami Beach 33139/Phone 5*8-3090


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Soviets Are Unique Allies
Continued from Page 4-
petrodiplomacy ol a mis-
Bant West.
IECKONED in these terms.
Russians are Jewry's un-
tting ally in the West's
igerous inditterence to the new
[ti-Semitism and active con-
jution to the delegitimizing of
Bel's nationhood, a process the
Issiansdon't flinch from either
Jovosti Press, whose accuracy
will not vouch for, is a case in
int. Accurate or not, it has just
eased a Moscow-sanctioned
jry about "A Dialogue With
iscience," a documentary
Dduced by a Lithuanian film
idio. which deals with the
nes of the Nazis in col-
oration with the auxiliary
lice battalions that liquidated
filians during the Nazi oc-
lation of Lithuania in World
ir II.
The Russians fail to blush at
thought that they are Lithu-
Jia's latest occupiers. Lithuania
(simply meant to be seen as a
cessary part of their East
^ropean bastion, which they
only perceive in positive
jple's terms."
IAT IS important to the
^ssians is the memory of the
tlerian massacres, and the
thuanian film serves them well
khis.
|Novosti reports that "A
alogue With Conscience"
cuments two alleged Nazi
asts: Antanas Geziavicius, an
hoar in the Jagdkommando.
horn Novosti characterizes as
sadist and organizer" of
rings; and Lt. Jurgis Juodis.
iber of a punitive squad.
According to Novosti. Gezia-
Jius is now living at 3 Moston
race. Edinburgh. Scotland,
he claims to be a mining
lineer
JODIS allegedly leads the
Id life in St. Petersburg. Fla..
|re he purports to be an artist,
nuanian emigrants living in
U.S. are described in the
k>sti release as being respon
te for the arrangement of
kibitions of his works. Novosti
b charges that an "encyclo-
ia" published in Boston lists
iis as a painter born on
>ber 22, 1911. in Kebliskiai.
miss district. There is no
Ition of his World War II
nties. It is, to say the least, a
Ctive biography.
at. says Novosti Press, "the
erites loved to take photo
rhs," a fact which Jewish
ns of Nazi brutality have
since corroborated. And so
Lithuanian documentary
rs sequences of shootings on
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of gallows and stacks of corpses
that "freezes the blood."
Witnesses corroborate the
activities of Juodis as a
"Scot." the Russians seem less
concerned with reporting on the
alleged crimes of Geziavicius for
their American audience. A
former private in the punitive
battalion, one Kazis Adomaitis,
reports of Juodis:
"I SAW HIM in 1941 during
the shooting of the Jews at Fort 7
in Kaunas ... I saw a crowd of
men, women and children driven
together. They were brought to
the edge of a pit in groups. 1
stood about 15 or 20 meters away
and saw everything and
Jurgis Juodis gave the com-
mands for the shooting of the
poor victims. Juodis was platoon
commander at the time. Later, he
became an aide de camp of the
commander of the battalion, A.
Impuliavicius."
Witness Pranas Sauliavicius
declares: "I remember Lt. Jurgis
Juodis quite well ... I saw him
with my own eyes how he took
part in the shootings of civilians.
Once, we set out from Minsk in
the direction of Slutsk. After
driving for about 60 kilometers,
we stopped in a small town.
There, the Gestapo had ordered
the shooting of local Soviet
activists and Jews. Three com-
panies took part in the operation
supervised by Capt. Juozas
I siahs. Lt. Jurgis Juodis and a
number of other officers. They
shot about 400 people that time."
Sauliavicius' testimony reports
on another typical Nazi proclivity
ancillary to photography, the
mania for accurate docu-
mentation of their terrorist
activities. Juodis allegedly
describes in detail in a bulletin,
Rigii Savanons ("Volunteer of
the East"), the punitive actions
of the 12th battalion, the
organization of the mass
slaughter of the population, the
burning of whole villages and the
plunder of local residents.
ACCORDING to Novosti
Press, Juodis "also wrote about
the shootings of the Jews whom
the Hitlerites brought from
Czechoslovakia. Austria and
Poland," and Higu Sauanoris is
illustrated by Juodis' drawings
"depicting piles of skulls, fascist
swastikas, burning houses and
corpses. The signature of the
author, J. Juodis,' is distinctly
seen in the righthand corner of
every drawing."
Novosti emphasizes that
Juodis today "is in good favor
with Florida local authorities who
have no intention of making him
answer for his crimes." The
Soviets even take a swipe at the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. which they improperly
call the "League of Struggle
Against Defamation" and
characterize the ADL as aiming
"to expose Hitler's hangmen
guilty of murdering Jews."
But. declares the Soviets in
Novosti Press. "There are reports
that an understanding has been
reached at a New York conference
between Lithuanian emigrants
(who are described as defending
Juodis) and the Zionists from the
League not to reopen old wounds,
since that would 'prevent
cooperation.'
OF COURSE, the Soviets
never quit being up to their old
tricks, showing even the victim
Jews in cahoots with their Nazi
tormentors, since what can you
expect from capitalist imperial-
ists and who knows what all else'.'
Still, in the end, in a world
where Jews are once again being
reviled, it is precisely the kind of
story to be found in this Novost i
Press report that gives substanct-
to the Holocaust when Jews an
otherwise largely the ones in-
sisting on its historicity.
For both Jews and Russians,
there is a bitter paradox here
But the anguish of the past
shared by both, erases that para
dox at least for this single
fleeting moment.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, November 28,1980
JCC Events
ANTIQUE AUCTION
The fourth in a series of art
tours sponsored by the Michael-
Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center will take place on
Thursday, Dec. 4. It will be an
antique tour designed to acquaint
people with the techniques of
buying at auctions and selling to
exhibitors at antique auctions.
Following the auction, the tour
will stop at the showroom of a
quality antique dealer in Ft.
Lauderdale.
The tour will visit the
Weathervane Auction in Ft.
Lauderdale. ll will leave from the
main building at the Michael-
Ann Russell JCC, 18900 NE 25
Avenue, North Miami Reach, at
10 a.m. and return at 3 p.m.
The antique tour will be led by
Alexander Green, an antique
agent. The cost is $10 for center
members, and $14 for non-
members.
For more information, contact
Cynthia Klein, 932-4200.
ISRAELI DANCE
WORKSHOP
The Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center will be
holding a special Israeli Dance
Workshop on Sunday, Dec. 7
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the main
gym of the Center at 18900 NE 25
Avenue, North Miami Beach.
The workshop will be
presented by Moishe Telem, an
Israeli dance choreographer. It is
designed for people at all level
skills in Israeli dance and will be
followed by the JCC's regular
Sunday evening Israeli dance
session.
Cynthia Klein, Cultural Arts
Supervisor for the Michael-Ann
Russell JCC, describes the
workshop as an opportunity to
dance with an outstanding Israeli
choreographer. Telem is a dance
instructor with Israel's Bar Ilan
and Tel Aviv universities.
The cost for the program is $4
to both Center members and non-
members. For more information,
contact Cynthia Klein, 932-4200.
ADULT EDUCATION
REGISTRATION
Editor's Note: The following
item is a correction of material on
the same subject which ran in the
Nov. 14 edition.
The Hollywood Jewish
Community Center is now ac-
cepting registration for new and
continuing classes for adults. The
Religious
Directory
NORTHBROWARD ~m
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 144)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9106
57th St Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. ,44 A)
MIRAMAR
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 4920 SW 35th tr
Conservative Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Cantor Joseph Wichelewslti. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE BETH EMET. Pines Middle
School. 200 nw Douglas Rd.. Liberal
Reform Rabbi Bennet Greenspon.
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd., Hollywood: Conservative Rabbi
Bernard P Shoter
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheon
J. Harr. ,64)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
GOGUE. 7473 NW 4th St. (69)
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Carl Klein, Ph D. Cantor Jacob Dan
ziger. (12)
NORTHMIAMI 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)
HMPLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
TEMPLE SINAI 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Seymour Fried-
man, .Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro.
Cantor Robert Ungar'.
TEMPT!: SOLEL 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood. Fia. 33021.< Liberal
Reform Rabbi Robert P. Frfzln.
Cantor Michael Kyrr. (47C)
'OUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
FORT LAUDERDALE 3291 Stirling
Road. Orthodox Rabbi Moshe
Bomier. (52)
Community Calendar
DEC. 1
HILICREST CHAPTER OF HADASSAH, regulor meeting, including
a presentation by the Zimriah Choral Society, 12 noon, Hillcrest
Playdium, Hillcrest Dr., Hollywood, call 966-2024.
HOLLYWOOD SECTION OF NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH
WOMEN, 25th Anniversary celebration. Cantor Robert Ungar of
Temple Sinai will perform, 12:30 p.m.. Temple Sinai, 1201
Johnson St., Hollywood, call 923-4286
DEC. 2
MIGDAL YAM CHAPTER OF HADASSAH, Card Party and lun-
cheon, 12 noon. Sea Air Towers, 3725 S. Ocean Dr., Hollywood,
coll 454-7091.
DEC. 3
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD ISRAEL IN-
FORMATION DESK, "Here Is Israel" multi-media presentation,
7:30 p.m., Temple Befh El, 1351 S. 14th Ave., Hollywood,
children's tickets, $1, adults' tickets, $3.50, call Norman
Freedman, 920-9002 for information.
DEC. 7
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD, Premier Gifts Dinner,
6:30 p.m. at the home of Jack and Marge Soltzman, 5210 N.
35th St., Hollywood.
DEC!
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD WOMEN'S DIVISION,
Hillcrest Bus Tour, 9:30a.m., leaving from Hillcrest.
DEC.15
HOLLYDALE CHAPTER OF AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS, enter-
tainment by singer Patricia Gayle, 12 noon, Galahad South,
3801 S. Ocean Dr., call Jeanne Spevack, 454-7254 for in-
formation.
DEC.18
MIGDAL YAM CHAPTER OF HADASSAH OF HOLLYWOOD, regular
meeting, 12:30 p.m. coffee hour, 1 p.m. meeting, 3725 S.
Ocean Dr., Hollywood, call Evelyn Isgur, 454-7091 for in-
formation.
DEC.18
JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTH BROWARD WOMEN'S DIVISION,
Community Day, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., guest speakers Betty
Fnedan and Dawn Schuman, Diplomat Country Club, 3515 S.
Ocean Dr., Hollywood. For information, call Helen at 921-8810
HENRIETTA SZOLD CHAPTER OF HADASSAH, Birthday Luncheon,
12:30 p.m., Miramor Recreation Center, 6700Miramar Parkway,
Miramar, call Minnie Sabow, 981-9402 or Rose Kranser, 987-
6210.
Bruce M. Gottlieb
Attorney at Law
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week in December. Courses are
being offered in Bridge, Spanish,
Dance Aerobics, Yoga, and
Photography.
Registration is open to those
who may wish to continue with
classes, or join them for the first
time. This series will run for eight
weeks.
For detailed information about
the course schedule for classes
running through Dec. and Jan.,
contact Judy Glazer, at 921-6511
or stop by the Hollywood JCC at
2838 Hollywood Boulevard.
CHANUKAH RUN
The Fourth Annual Chanukah
Run sponsored by the JCC
Pacers of the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center will take place on Sunday,
Dec. 7. The eight mile run will
start at 9 a.m. at the intersection
of NE 25 Avenue and Miami
Gardens Drive in North Miami
Beach. It will finish at the
Center, 18900 NE 25 Avenue.
According to Jerry Luschak,
director of Health and Physical
Education at the JCC, close to r
800 runners are expected for the
event. The first 750 entrants will
receive Chanukah Run t-shirts.
Entrants will be divided into
men's and women's competition
by age groups. There will be
trophies awarded to the first six
places in each group. Split times
will be available every mile, and
aid stations will be placed every
two miles.
The entry fee is $5, with
registration requested by Dec. 5. f
Entry forms, which include a
map of the course, are available
at the Center or by calling the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC at 932-
4200. The registration packets
can be picked up at the JCC
between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.
on the morning of the race.
For people who like to run but
are not ready for eight miles there
will be a two mile "fun run."
There is no entry fee for the two t
mile event, and all finishers will
receive ribbons.
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The Jewish Floridian at
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Israel Bond Events
SRAEL ANNOUNCES
IABLERATE INTEREST
BOND
|new $50 million State of
Variable Rate Bond, for
|yee benefit plans and union
only, has been issued by
Istate of Israel Bond
Tiization. according to Gary
|erson. General Campaign
lan.
yield on the new bond will
7' i percent minimum rate
pmented by 2 the excess, if
jf the average prime rate
1 -t percent as determined
each year. The minimum
ase is $25,000. Additional
units can be purchased
12 months after an initial
kse of $25,000 or more.
Variable Kate Bond has a
ir maturity. It is
fiable after three years, or
in the event of the
ltion of an employee
|t plan.
1 average prime rate will be
|erage of the prime rates set
close of business on April
Oct. 1 by three banks
lank of America in San
|isco, the Continental
National Bank and Trust
|any in Chicago and
ok, NA, in New York. The
bt that will be paid for the
Interest period is 10.417
It.
jng the funds which are
to purchase the Variable
Issue (VRI| Bond are:
rate 'Administered Profit-
ig Plans, Corporate
listered Pension Plann,
ksional Corporation or
liation or Service Cor-
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jyee Benefit Plans, Jointly
listered Corporation-Union
yee Benefit Plans, Union
>n or Welfare Plans, Keogh
Individual Retirement
I IRA) and Union Funds.
III! BROWARDISRAEL
BONDSEVENTS
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Building Recreational
Maurice and Solomea
arg will receive Israel's
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them for their untiring devotion
and dedicated work on behalf of
Israel.
Co-chairpersons are Bertha
Kozba and Reba Kalinowski.
Chairman is Charles Fisher.
PARKER PLAZA
Parker Plaza will celebrate a
"Night for Israel" Tuesday. Dec.
9 at 8 p.m., in the Gold Room.
Samuel and Henrietta Reckler
are slated to receive Israel's City
of Peace Award. Co-chairmen are
Renee Harnick and Irma Rochlin.
Special guest will be Emil Cohen,
noted humorist and raconteur.
The Recklers have been active
in organizational and synagogue
affairs for many years. They have
been staunch supporters of the
Israel Bonds Organization and
theUJA.
PARK PLACE
Azreal and Bea Alpern
Azreal and Bea Alpern will
receive Israel's Generation
Award at the annual Park Place
"Night for Israel" to be held on
Wednesday evening. Dec. 3 at 8
p.m., in the Club House.
The Alperns will be honoreil tor
their active role in supporting
Israel's economy through the.
Bonds Program and for their
work with Hadassah. ORT and
B'nai B'rith. Co-chairpersons arc
l.ouis Fine. Ella Jay. Ted Modes
and Milton Reznik.
\lsii llyman Kramer. Bernard
Stein and Dr Harry Topolsky.
GALAHAD COl'RT
Joseph and Alice Baum
A "Night for Israel" will be
held Thursday, Dec. 4 at 8 p.m..
in the Social Hall, when Joseph
and Alice Baum will receive
Israel's Generation Award
recognizing their support of the
Israel Bond Organization and
work for the UJA and various
synagogues. Eddie Schaffer will
be the special guest entertainer.
Mrs. Frances Ehrlich is chair-
woman of the evpnt
Sydney Holtzman (center) received Israel's City of Peace Award at the annual Hailandale Jewish Center
"Salute to Israel" held on behalf of the Israel Bonds Organization. Holtzman was honored for his many
years of active participation in numerous Jewish philanthropic and service organizations. The uward was
presented by Al Newman, Hailandale Jewish Center president. Mrs. Holtzman is at left.
GALAHAD SOUTH
Dr. Nathan and, Rose Leifer
will receive Israel's Generation
Award at the Galahad South
"Night for Israel" to be held Dec.
10 at 8 p.m., in the Social Hall.
The Leifers will be recognized
for four decades of active
synagogue work and also for
their work in various Jewish
organizations. Eddie Schaffer
will be the special guest en-
tertainer. Sydney Holtzman is
chairman and Emanuel Kirwin
and Abraham Zirn are co-
chairmen.
BOND-WITH-ISRAEL
LUNCHEON TO HONOR
LEONA BRAUSER
The Board of Directors and Staff
of the Jewish Family Service of Broward County
wish to express their sense of sorrow
and personal loss In the death of
Dr. Alfred Martin
His contributions to our board, and
his deep involvement and commitment
to the Russian Resettlement Program,
will be greatly missed and long remembered.
His concern with humanitarian causes
and the plight of Russian Jews is a
continuing inspiration for Jewish
Family Service and the Jewish community.
University National Women's
Committee.
She was instrumental in
forming the Sabra Group of
Hollywood chapter of Hadassah
in 1974 and was its first
president. She also served as
president of the Hollywood j
chapter of Hadassah, whose I
membership numbers more than
2,600.
Special guest at the luncheon
will be Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah on Miami
Beach. Rabbi Abramowitz also
serves as National Chairman of
the Israel Bonds Rabbinic
Cabinet.
HILLCREST BOND SALE
TO HONOR MOCKS
Sue and Bert Mock will be the
honored guests at a reception to
be held at the Hillcrest Country
Club on Dec. 10, to benefit the
State of Israel Bonds
Organization.
According to host chairman,
Joseph Raymond, the Mocks will
also be honored at the annual
Hillcrest Israel Bond Dinner of
State to be held next year. They
will receive one of Israel's highest
honors, the City of Peace Award.
Raymond also serves as South
Broward Israel Bond Campaign
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Wilpon, luncheon chairman.
Mrs. Brauser has been active
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Pahs, Oct. 20.19&0
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Friday, November 28,1980 SECTION B
Women's Division Plan 1981 CJA-IEF Compoign
Greenman
Levin
"The Jewish Federation of South Broward Women's Division's purpose is
to educate, enrich, commit and involve Jewish women in productive community
.jvork in order to elevate the quality of Jewish life. We develop and maintain
effective leadership among Jewish women for the enrichment of the total
community," said Bobbie Levin, president.
"Each year an annual fund-raising campaign is conducted by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund. Women's Division is part of that overall effort. Under the
Women's Division campaign, women are viewed as individuals, responsible for
assisting their fellow Jews in South Broward, Israel and around the world," ex-
plained Brenda Greenman, Women's Division campaign vice president.
This year, the Women's Division has set a goal of $1.15 million.
Metropolitan
4
Singer
Susan Singer has been
named chairman of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
Women's Division Metropoli-
tan campaign, according to
Brenda Greenman, campaign
vice president.
This year, the Metropolitan
Division is planning to hold a
Musical Revue, set for Thurs-
day, April 2 at Temple Beth
El, Mrs. Singer said.
The production will include
show stoppers from the Zieg-
field era to the present.
"We are also planning to
hold the annual Women's Di-
vision Tennis and Golf Tour-
nament in April at the
Emerald Hills Country Club,"
she added.
Steiber
Schatzber
Evelyn Stieber and Lee Schatzberg have been appointed
chairman and co-chairman respectively of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward Women's Division Beach
Campaign, according to Brand* Greenman, campaign vice
president.
This year, in order to establish more unity on the beach, we
are holding one large function at the Sheraton Bal Harbour.
Entertainment will be provided by the Habimah Players, Mrs.
Stieber and Mrs. Schatzberg said.
We hope to be able to raise more money for the
Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign by creating this oneness among women living in the
same geographical area, they added.
D'not Shalom
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Bluth
Gordon
Diamond

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The Jewish Federation of South Broward Women's Division will combine
its four giving -level events into one major function, the B'not Shalom Lun-
cheon, scheduled for Thursday, March 12 at Turnberry Isle Country Club,
according to Brenda Greenman, campaign vice president.
Event coordinators are Natalie Bluth and Bea Mogilowitz. Esther Gordon
is Shornrai chairman, Beryl Diamond is Shoshana chairman, Nancy Atkin and
Kochelle Koenig are Meirah chairmen and Audrey Meline, Arlene Ray and
n
Atkin
Wolf
Koenig Meline
Shane Wolf are Yonah chairmen.
The purpose of holding one large function instead of four smaller ones is so
we are able to have one lovely luncheon that every woman who attends will
remember.
Also, by combining the categories, a woman who makes a commitment of
$500 to the Federation will be able to attend the luncheon with her friend who
makes a commitment of $5,000, Mrs. Bluth and Mrs. Mogilowitz explained.
Hillcrest
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Hannah Adel, Gloria Hess and Nellie Shanler have been named chairmen Greenman explained.
Shanler
| Hannah Adel, Gloria Hess and Nellie Shanler have been namea cnairmen
'[of the Jewish Federation of South Broward Hillcrest Women's Division
" campaign, according to Brenda Greenman, campaign vice president.
Hillcrest is the mainstay of the Women's Division campaign," Mra.
The Hillcrest chairmen said they expect more women than ever at their
seventh annual luncheon, which is scheduled for Jan. 26.
The Hillcrest Women's Division has set its goal at $175,000.


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Annual Human
Right Plea

Michael Helogorodsky. of
Hallandale. who emigrated with
his family 13 months ago from
Tashkent, I'SSK. presented Sen.
Henry "Scoop" Jackson ID..
Wash.I with a plaque at (he
Jewish Federation of South
Mroward's annual Human Rights
Prom left are Dr. Stan Spatz. Soviet Jewry chairman; Sen. Henry Flea, according to Claire Pick-
Jackson. Dr. Robert Pit tell. Federation president; and Stunner Kaye. man and Sheryl Sherman, event
executive director. co-chairmen.
As Helogorodsky made the
presentation to Sen* Jackson he
said. "My presence here is due to
your efforts." Sen. Jackson is one
of the sponsors of the Jackson-
Vanik amendment, which links a
liberalized emigration policy for
Soviet Jews and most favored
nation status for the Soviet
Union.
The Senator spoke to a crowd
of more than 2.000 gathered at
Temple Beth Shalom. His speech
came on the 42nd anniversary of
Kristallnacht. the night of broken
glass, in which every synagogue
and most Jewish businesses were
destroyed in Nazi Germany.
From left are Gail Cohen, National Council of Jewish Women
president; Sheryl Sherman and Claire Pickman, Plea co-chairmen.
Presenting a plaque to Sen. Jackson is Michael Helogorodky.
Chanukah at
Hallandale
Jewish Center
A traditional Chanukah
celebration will be held on Tues-
day. Dec. 3. at 7:30 p.m. The
celebration will open in the Sanc-
tuary with the lighting of the
candles. Dr. Carl Klein will speak
briefly on the significance of
Chanukah while Cantor Jacob
Danziger. accompanied by the
Synagogue Choir and conducted
by -Alan Chester, will .render ap-
propriate musical selections in
commemoration of Chanukah
Afterwards, the congregants will
assemble in the social hall for the
traditional food and refreshments
which are symbolic of the
Chanukah festival.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3 B
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Rabbi Carl Klein Leads Tour
In connection with the 81st
Convention of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America and
Canada, which is to take place
March 9-13 in Jerusalem, Rabbi
Carl Klein will lead a tour to
Israel which will be an out-
standing event to the par-
ticipants in the tour. The group
will have a chance to meet per-
sonally the President of Israel,
Vrhr Prime Minister and all the
great Jewish personalities in the
Rabbinate, both in Israel and
throughout the world. The tour
will include the sights of Jeru-
salem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, the
Negev, the Golan Heights, and
the great historical sights and
shrines of Israel and the Jewish
people. Arrangements can be
made that either the whole or
part of the tour could also visit
Kgypt, which will include the city
l Cairo, the Pyramids, Luxor,
and the places of Jewish interest.
Those who wish to participate
should get in touch immediately
with the Rabbi's office for
securing their reservation. The
cost of the trip is yet unknown
due to the fact that it will depend
upon how many participants
there will be and also joining it
Hebrew Literacy
Campaign
David Sachs, D.D.S., chairman
of Temple Sinai's Hebrew
Literacy Campaign, recently an-
nounced the program's plans and
that it is open to the public.
This campaign is designed to
give a maximum number of
adults the ability to read the He-
brew prayerbook. The course will
teach a large number of people in
a short period of time. We want
every adult to have the ability to
nad the prayerbook," explained
Dr. Sachs.
The 12-week course will take
place Jan. 12 to April 6. Regis-
tration will be at Temple Sinaj on
Dec. 15. The course will be of-
fered at ten different times:
Sunday Friday mornings and
Monday Thursday evenings.
Kabbi Seymour Friedman,
religious leader of Temple Sinai,
is cordinating arrangements for
the Hebrew course.
"The program relies on volun-
teer teachers who will handle
most of the courses. With so
many courses offered at different
times," emphasized Rabbi Fried-
man, "we must use volunteers."
Anyone interested in partici-
pating in the Hebrew Literacy
Program as a student or volun-
4 beer teacher is urged to contact
Kabbi Friedman at Temple Sinai.
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The Jewish Federation of South Broward Women's Division
Leadership Development committee has been participating in a six-
week course, entitled Jewish Values Through Film. The course, which
is being held through Dec. 17, is taught by Gene Greenzweig,
executive director of the Central Agency for Jewish Education. Arlene
Ray, vice president. Leadership Development said the Women's
Division all felt fortunate to have the special opportunity to take a
course by Gene Greenzweig. Seated from left are Susan Singer, Delia
Rosenberg and Evelyn Stieber. Standing from left, are Gene Green-
zweig, Arlene Ray, Ellie Katz, Jacki Reichbaum and Hannah Schorr.
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members from the 20 Chapters
will participate in a series of
workshops at the day-long event,
according to Joan Youdelman,
chairman.
President of the South Brow-
ard Region, Roz Klein, and
Executive Committee Chairman,
Mamie Gates, will lead the Presi-
dent's Workshop, along with
other Region leaders moderating
forums on Membership, Edu-
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Seated from left are Dave Rabins. Irving Slobod. Harvey Fell and
Marc Gilbert. Standing from left are Sam Koffler, Nat Sedley, Jack
Lichtenstein and Harry Simon.
Hillcrest Supports CJA-IEF
The Jewish Federation of South Broward Hillcrest/ UJA
campaign held a kick-off breakfast recently on behalf of the 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, according to Joe
Raymond, Hillcrest chairman.
The campaign plans for the year were discussed and Sam Kotler,
coordinator, went over the goals for the campaign.
A special presentation was made to Bert Mock, past chairman,
for his two years of devoted service. Raymond said.
He added that everyone at Hillcrest is enthusiastic about the
coming year and the hopes of raising $600,000.
Seated from left are Herbert Kravitz, David Green, Marvin Carrel and
Sidney Ginsburg. Standing from left are Murray Himmel, Alvin Hess,
Harry Smallberg, Hannah Adel, Sidney Chernichin, Sidney Selzer and
Dr. Louis Kaplan.
Mock, immediate past chairman. Standing from left are Milton
Winograd, Premier Gifts; Joe Raymond, chairman; Nat Pritcher,
founding chairman; and Tom Cohen, co-chairman.
Seated from left are Sol Royal, Mike Trachtenberg, Hyman Orlansky
and Sol Entin, honorary chairman. Standing from left are Al Izenson,
Charles Ratner, Hyman Gorin, Milton Shatkun and Ben Mishler.
Seated from left are Dave MontiGore, Samuel Bloom, Sam Orbach and
Sam Goldberger. Standing from left are Harry Boorstein; Milton
Rudick; Bert Mock, immediate past chairman; Morris Hertz; and
Harry Studner.
Seated from left are Dr. Hyman Baer; Julius Reinlieb; Ed Shandall
Mid Rise and Low Rise chairman; and Lou Goldenberg. Standing
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5 B
Human Rights Confab
Pressure Brought to Bear On Soviets
MADRID (JTA) -
Soviet Jewish activists and
Jewish Circles working in
conjunction with the
Presidium of the Brussels
Conference plan to launch
-an intensive campaign on
behalf of Soviet Jewry
They have held back
for several weeks while the
United States delegation
and other Western
representative tried to save
the European Conference
for Security and
Cooperation.
It has become clear that the
Soviet delegation will not accept
any agenda ensuring a thorough
discussion of the human rights
violations despite the Helsinki
Agreement.
JEWISH SOURCES in
Madrid told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, "We waited till
the last minute to try and have
our issue debated on the con-
ference floor. Now, as it seems
evident that the Soviets will not
agree to any conceivable solution,
we plan to go ahead with our
plans."
The Conference for European
Security and Cooperation is
attended by delegations from 33
Kuropean countries plus the
United States and Canada. It
was convened to study the appli-
agreement signed in Helsinki.
For the last six weeks, while the
delegates held preparatory talks.
ihe Soviet delegation and repre-
sentatives of other East
Kuropean countries tried to block
any serious discussion of these
issues.
The Jewish groups now plan
several spectacular actions to
help to focus world public opinion
i on the plight of Soviet Jewry,
^-ijrNext month, the chief rabbis of
most West European countries
will demonstrate outside the
meeting hall and later call a press
conference to air the issue. The
chief rabbis of France, Britain,
Italy, West Germany and Den-
mark are due to attend and
others might join then:.
THE TITULAR heads of
Western Europe's two largest
.lewish communities, Baron
Alain de Rothschild, president of
the Representative Council of
French Jews (CRIF) and Labor
MP Greville Janner, president of
the Board of Deputies of British
JL Jews, are also due to arrive in
Madrid next month. Parliamen-
tarians from 14 West European
countries are also due in the
Spanish capital next month and
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Conference's presidium to offici-
ally raise the question of Soviet
violations of Jewish rights in
spite of the Helsinki agreement
and concrete Russian pledges.
Three Russian Jewish women
whose husbands and sons have
been unable to leave the Soviet
union plan to start a hunger
strike in front of the conference
hall. A spokesman for the women
said that they will keep their
silent vigil outside the hall in
spite of the cold and rain until
they feel that their problem is
likely to be examined by the
conference.
The hall where the delegates
meet and have been haggling for
the last few months is like a
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request of the American delega-
tion which hoped at the time to
reach a compromise agreement
on the agenda with the Soviet
bloc.
All of the Jewish activists in
Madrid pay tribute to the role
played by the head of the Ameri-
can delegation during the preli-
minary talks, Washington attor-
ney, Max Kampelman. They say
that Kampelman's request to
postpone major action on behalf
of Soveit Jewry was not moti-
vated by a desire to push the
matter into a corner but to have a
valid platform for a long and
thorough discussion of the
subject.
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Friday, November28,1980
EEC Peace Initiative Breaking Down
By DAVID KANTOR
JTA Bonn Correspondent
In the wake of American
presidential elections and
recent developments in the
Arab world, West German
diplomats have expressed
concern over the ongoing
Middle East initiative of
the European Economic
Community (EEC).
Together with Paris,
Bonn has been especially
act ive in enhancing this
initiative, which is due to
be followed up in the up-
coming summit meeting of
heads of governments of
the nine EEC" nations Dec.
1 J in Luxembourg.
ACCORDING to diplomatic
sources here, the Kuropean ef-
forts to widen the basis for
Middle Bast peace talks might
collapse because of lack of Amer-
ican pressure on Israel.
Originally, the EEC nations took
into account a major anti-Israeli
sluli in American policy under a
reelecled administration, and
thought tin;- would eventually
coincide with the upcoming EEC
declaration.
Other elements mentioned by
the same sources are the war be-
tween Iraq and Iran, which has
shifted European thinking, and
the new rivalries in the Arab
world which made practically
impossible a renewal of the Euro-
Arab dialogue.
Originally, Bonn initiated a
major conference of European
and Arab foreign ministers, ex-
cluding Egypt. It also wanted the
Euro-Arab dialogue to take up
political questions rather than
economic cooperation, a move
intended as an additional effort
to woo Arab extremists.
THE POSSIBLE collapse of
European appeasement efforts
toward the Arab rejection front
has l>een welcomed by Israeli
diplomats in Bonn. Die Well
cited Israeli sources as having
said that the new developments
might help create a favorable
atmosphere before the visit here
of Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir. Shamir last weekend met
President Karl t'arstens. Chan-
cellor Helmut Schmidt and his
West German counterpart, Hans-
Dietrich (iei.scher.
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin of Israel said meanwhile
that he does not believe in
President-Elect Ronald Reagan's
assessment that a West Bank
solution can be found through co-
operation with Jordan.
Begin made the statement in
an interview with political car-
toonist Ranan Lurie just after the
U.S. election returns became
known. The interview was pub-
lished Nov. 10 in its entirety in a
score of leading European
newspapers.
BEGIN fully agrees with
Reagan that Israel is the most
reliable ally of the West in the
Middle East. But he wished to
add to it that Israel is also the
rr.ist stable ally, since it is a
democracy and "is not a country
where one bullet can change the
whole situation." Begin is also
pleased that the Vice President-
elect, George Bush, called the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion "an international Ku Klux
Klan."
On the Jerusalem issue. Begin
observed that he cannot accept
Reagan's thoughts of "Vati-
canization" of Jerusalem. He
thinks "it is a good idea" that
American and Israeli troops train
together in Israel. He further
welcomes Reagan's notion that
such training will "show the U.S.
presence in the Middle East." In
this connection, the Prime Minis-
ter added that he thinks there are
secret clauses in the new Soviet-
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Gotham Fire Chiefs Honored
For Saving Torah Scrolls

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NEW YORK (JTA) Fire
Chiefs Charles Behrens and
Philip Kaplan have been honored
by the Jewish Community Re-
lations Council of New York (JC-
RC) for risking their lives to
rescue eight Torah scrolls and
silver ornaments during a fire at
Temple Emanuel of Parkchester
in The Bronx last month.
Peggy Tishman, JCRC vice
president and chairman of its
commission on Jewish Security
and Police Liaison, presented
special awards to the fire chiefs
expressing the gratitude of the
entire community, noting that
"we often overlook the daily risks
that the firefighters take in pro-
tecting our homes, properties and
communities."
SHE OBSERVED that it was
the first time that such a tribute
* was paid to city firemen. Joining
in the presentation were Deputy
Chief Edward Brennan, repre-
senting Fire Commissioner
Augustus Beekman; Louis
Weiser, president of the Council
of Jewish Organizations in Civil
Service; and Rabbi Moshe Saks,
of Temple Emanuel, and mem-
bers of the Parkchester Union
Board Jewish Community
Council.
An additional presentation was
made to the men by Raymond
Simms, president of the Ner
Tamid Society, New York City's
fraternal organization of Jewish
firemen.
According to Mrs. Tishman,
"Chief Behrens, a non-Jew, was
alerted by a member of the
congregation and directed to the
ark which was already sur-
rounded by falling beams and
heavy smoke. Chief Kaplan
spotted him trying to open the
locked ark and rushed to assist
him. With the help of other fire-
men they rescued all of the
contents of the ark, none of which
was damaged.
'MRS. ELLEN LITTROFF,
an officer of both the congre-
gation and the Parkchester
Union Board Jewish Community
Council, alerted the chiefs to the
location of valuable stained glass
windows and they were able to
extinguish the fire without any
damage to them."
Weiser, a board member of the
JCRC and former president of the
Shomrim Society, said, "Their
heroism is an inspiration to all
New Yorkers and reminds us of
the risks our firemen take each
day, as well as their commitment
and dedication." The cause of the
fire is still under investigation. A
week prior to the fire swastikas
were painted on the synagogue.
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News m Brief
CJF Warned Against Moral Majority
DETROIT Two U.S.
Senators agreed here last night
that the Moral Majority repre-
sents a potential threat to the
pluralistic society in America
and, therefore, to American
Jewry.
But Sen. Carl Levin (D., Mich.)
and Sen. Rudy Boschwitz (R.,
Minn.I, both Jewish, differed in
their assessment of the strength
of this new right fundamentalist
movement which played a role in
defeating a number of Congress-
men in the recent national
elections and which has already
drawn up a "hit list" of Con-
gressmen targeted for defeat in
the 1982 elections.
The two Senators, who made
brief presentations to the closing
plenary session of the Council of
Jewish Federations' 49th General
Assembly and were then "inter-
viewed" by a panel of prominent
CJF leaders, also differed on how .
the Jewish community should
separate its attitude toward the
Moral Majority's support of
Israel and its right-wing orien-
tation on vital domestic and
foreign issues.
DETROIT (JTA) Israel
does not want to be "a protected
state" and does not want foreign
guarantees to pssure its survival.
Militarily, Israel is stronger
today than the Jewish people
have ever been since the time ot
the Maccabees.
This theme was expressed
forcefully by Prime Minister
Menachem Begin here in an
address to more than 3,000 North
American Jewish communal
leaders attending the 49th
General Assembly of the Council
of Jewish Federations at the
Detroit Plaza Hotel.
Begin, the first Israeli Prime
Minister in office to address a
CJF assembly, stressed that
"Israel does not ask anyone to
fight for ua, to shed blood for us.
We can defend ourselves." Israel,
he declared, does not want
foreign guarantees because
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Mag Editor Warns
Against Moral Majority
NEW YORK Norman
Cousins, the editor of
. ^aturday Review, has
warned Americans of what
he called the "strident, in-
tolerant, frightening voice
of the Moral Majority
which poisons the airways
with preachments of
bigotry and religio political
power.
Addressing the annual
Covenant of Peace Awards
dinner of the Synagogue
Council of America and
himself a recipient of that
award at the dinner,
Cousins, author of
Anatomy of an Illness,
declared:
"The attempt to use religion as
a means for instructing people in
political matters is no less
dangerous than the attempt of
politicians to instruct people in
what they may or may not
believe."
"The paradox of the Moral
Majority is that it is becoming an
immoral majority."
"WE NEED a strengthening
of forces which underscore the
richness of diversity, the indis-
pensability of love combined with
law, the goal of peace for all
people, everywhere. The Syna-
gogue Council of America stands
for these values."
Some 400 persons attended the
Synagogue Council Dinner at the
Sheraton Centre Hotel here. Also
v -ceiving the Covenant of Peace
Award of the Synagogue Council
of America were Secretary, of
Commerce Philip Klutznick.
Roberta Peters, Andrei Sakharov
and Anatoly Sharansky.
Two empty chairs were on the
dais for Sakharov and
Sharansky. Accepting the award
for Sakharov was his daughter,
Mrs. Tanya Yankelevich. Receiv-
ing the award for Sharansky was
his wife, Avital, who flew from
Israel for the occasion.
"THE VIVID symbolism of
iSf'tfo empty chairs is evident, for
no matter where the Soviet Union
exiles Sakharov or Sharansky,
the message of freedom and jus-
tice and example of courage can
never be exiled," said Rabbi
Arthur J. Lelyveld, president of
the Synagogue Council of
America which is the national co-
ordinating agency for the Con-
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Rabbinic and congregational
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believe.'
Rabbi Lelyveld also com-
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Cousins.
Secretary Klutznick said that
"we live in a free land where the
people choose who shall lead their
governments. If there is such
universal lack of wisdom in our
governance, the fault must rest in
no little measure with the people.
As a President of the U.S. said:
One of our great drawbacks is
that we hold fast to the clinches
of our forebearers; we enjoy the
comfort of opinion without the
discomfort of thought.' This is
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Friday, Novembr28,1980

Envoy Evron on Griddle For Muffing GOP Ties
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israel's foreign policy
establishment has come
under heavy fire from po-
litical circles and the press
here for allegedly neglect-
ing to cultivate ties with
Ronald Reagan and the Re-
publicans in general during
the recent U.S. election
campaign.
Israel's Ambassador in
Washington, Ephraim Ev-
ron, is bearing the brunt of
these charges, and de-
mands have been made
publicly for his prompt re-
placement. Foreign Minis-
ter Yitzhak Shamir was
questioned critically by two
of his colleagues at a
Cabinet meeting about
Israel's preparations for the
Republican victory.
FINANCE MINISTER Yigal
Hurwitz and Health Minister
Eliezer Sho.stak implied in their
Palaces
Are Excavated
JERICHO (ZINS) Twin
palaces of the Maccabees have
been excavated in Jericho by a
Hebrew University team ar-
cheologists. The main palace
building, which lies beneath an
artificial mound built by King
Herold. has not been excavated
down to the floor levels. Hut two
Hashmonean buildings com-
prising the palace's southern
win;: were exposed almost in
their entirety this season. The
archeologista also started ex-
posing a 20 dunam area, which
was the service and industrial
zone for the palaces. Hen. they
pei tally noted two large ritual
baths containing many vessels.
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Ambassador Evron
questions that Israel had been led
to believe by its Embassy in
Washington that President
Carter would be reelected and
therefore failed to forge links
with the Reagan camp. Shamir
| denied the charge.
A high official close to Prime
Minister Menachem Begin told
the 'Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that there were "good reasons"
for Evron's removal. The same
official predicted, however, that
he would not be recalled in the
foreseeable future.
Much of the criticism stems
from the fact that President-
Klect Reagan has declined to
meet with Begin during the
latter's visit to the U.S. Reagan
indicated, in reply to a question
at a Los Angeles press con-
ference, that he did not want to
appear to be intervening in
Presidential affairs before his in-
auguration next January.
WHILE THAT applied to all
foreign leaders, Maariv con-
tended that it amounted to slight
of Begin. Maariv diplomatic
correspondent Yosef Harif sug-
gested that either Evron or a
Begin aide who preceded the
Prime Minister to the U.S.' were
to blame for trying to arrange a
meeting without having been
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Evron was accused by Maariv
and by Haaretz of being too close
to the Democratic Party during
his tenure as Ambassador and
even earlier when he occupied
lesser diplomatic posts in the
U.S. One official accused him of
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naming Israel's friends and foes
in the new Congress on an Israel
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The government has made no
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Reagan's election victory. Acting
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after the weekly Cabinet session
which he chaired in Begin's
absence, that Reagan's positions
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HE CITED Reagan's cam-
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in which the Republican can-
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rorist organization and rejected
the contention by the Carter Ad-
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Yadin said Reagan's state-
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and "much more accom-
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view. Several ot her ministers also
praised Reagan's positions.
Foreign Minister Shamir did not
disagree with the hopes ex-
pressed for closer Israeli-U.S. ties
under a Reagan administration.
He cautioned, however, that it
is still too early to know who will
hold the key offices in the Reagan
Administration. Whoever they
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11$
200 Press Soviets for Right to Leave for Israel
YORK (JTA) -
200 Soviet Jews began
strikes in several Soviet
protest the continuing
of authorities to allow
[ to reunite with their
in Israel, it was an-
by the National Con-
on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ).
Infjer strikes were timed to
fv with the opening of the
Conference, the second
meeting of the 1975
(i Accords.
conference in Madrid
I with a brief ceremony and
^gan despite the lack of an
and timetable. The 35-
meeting has been
eked over the Soviet
(s attempt to limit
>ion on Soviet human
violations and the USSR's
n of Afghanistan during
-week meeting. In a
bmisf agreement, it was
to let each national
Ition make general
ents while efforts to agree
genda continued.
.WASHINGTON, the State
Iment expressed "hope
[the Soviet Union will
Jtely join a reasonable
j>mise which will allow the
Lki Commission to go
fd with the whole im-
ntation review that has
[envisaged by all of its
kartment spokesman John
per observed that "Almost
[the Soviet Union has stood
It a review and has tried to
Bverelv the time envisioned
in the conference to conduct im-
plementation of the review. The
attitude on the part of the
Soviets has brought the con-
ference to the present impasse."
In Moscow more than 100
refuseniks gathered at the
Presidium of the Supreme Soviet
to deliver a petition to President
Leonid Brezhnev, signed by 268
Jews from Moscow, Leningrad,
Riga, Kishinev and elsewhere.
The letter, signed by those who
declared the hunger strikes and
by others who did not join the
symbolic fast, accused the Soviet
authorities of violating
agreements on emigration that
were part of the 1975 Helsinki
Accords.
THE PETITION asserted that
"our countless appeals and
applications are simply ignored.
Many of us haven't been able to
get any response to requests.
Very often the reason for
rejection is not cited.
"In the past year the number
of those refused has reached
50,000 by conservative estimates.
Judicial persecution of people
wishing to leave for Israel is
continuing. Our innumerable
letters and statements sent to
various organizations at all levels
are simply ignored.
"Having been placed, in effect,
outside the law, we on this day of
the opening of the conference,
begin a three-day hunger strike in
protest and insist on an
authoritative explanation of the
legal basis of our situation."
Reports from Jewish activists
in the Soviet Union indicate that
84 Jews are fasting in Moscow.
28 in lieningrad, 27 in Riga, 15 in
Kiev, 7 in Kishinev, 10 in
Kharkov and 2 in Tbilisi.
Reacting to the organized
protests, Viktor Brailovsky, well-
known Jewish activist and
refusenik, pointed out that the
hunger strikes have materialized
into "the widest demonstration
in 10 years We can't control
the Madrid Conference; this is all
we can do."
Humanity's funeral pyre
Sunday Express
Madrid
iC's Roitburd
iGet Soviet
Permission
'o Emigrate
iDKID Former Prisoner
)nscience Lev Roitburd and
rife, I.ilia, have been given
fission to emigrate from the
Bt Union following an eight-
[struggle to leave. According
Normal ion received by the
F. Drinan Human Rights
lation Center in Madrid
sources in Moscow, the
will be leaving the Soviet
within 30 days.
Roitburds applied to
irate to Israel in October,
Lev was immediately
ssed from his job and
i'il on grounds of having
i to state secrets a charge
iphatically denied. In July,
he was arrested and sen-
pd to two years" im-
Jnment, the second of which
Ipent in remote Siberia.
ALLOWING Lev's release,
family's application was
refused in January, 1978.
Lient applications were not
vledged. A request by Sen.
|ard Kennedy (D., Mass.)
the family be allowed to
rate was answered af-
atively by Soviet authorities
r and a half ago, but nothing
ever done to fulfill that
re.
the Robert F. Drinan Human
|hts Information Center,
nsored by the Union of
pneils for Soviet Jews during
Madrid conference to review
Helsinki Accords, urged the
riets to expediate the Roit-
js' departure for Israel.
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Friday, November 28,1980
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Socialist International Studies Palestinians
Kreisky, who in the past always
advocated a "Palestinian
solution," came out in favor of a
study of a Jordanian plan such as
Israel's Labor Party favors.
Kreisky met last month in
Amman with King Hussein of
Jordan and reportedly was
deeply impressed by him.
Kreisky was quoted as describing
the Jordanian monarch and his
Kingdom as "an island of
stability" in the Middle East.
Former Israeli Police Minister
Shlomo Hillel, who attended the
meeting in Brandt's personal
suite at his Madrid hotel, started
work with Ghali on a draft
project. If approved by the
Socialist plenary this week and
Socialist leaders it will be
presented to the Socialist plenary
and would then be issued as a
direct call to Jordan and the
Palestinians.
THE SOCIALIST leaders
questioned by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency privately
admitted that Ronald Reagan's
election and his own avowed
preference for a Jordanian
MADRID (JTA) Th
Socialist International, a body
composed of Socialist parties in
some 60 countries, is studying
the possibility of an appeal to
Jordan's King Hussein and to the
Palestinian population on the
West Bank to join the peace talks
and sign a peace agreement with
Israel.
This step, which breaks witl
previous Socialist leanings oi
behalf of a Palest iniai
solution," was decided when the
President of the Socialist
International, Willy Brandt of
West Germany, and the vice
president, Austrian Chancellor
Bruno Kreisky, met in Madrid
with Shimon Peres, chairman of
Israel's opposition Labor Party,
and the Egyptian Minister of
State for Foreign Affairs Butros
Ghali. Brandt and Kreisky ac-
cepted the proposal to study the
"Jordanian option" as a possible
lead to a compromise settlement
in the Middle F
THE FOUR men are in Madrid
for the Socialist International
general conference which opened
here, attended by more than 650
delegates. In the past, such
Socialist gatherings, often
produced anti-Israel resolutions,
including calls for associating
the Palestinians, and especially
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, in any search for a
peace settlement
Socialist sources said that
EEC Has No
Plans To Open
Office in
Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA)
A news agency report from
Brussels that the European
Economic Community
(EEC) does not plan to
open an office in Israel
caused embarrassment and
consternation in official
quarters here.
An explicit agreement
was reached between Israel
and the EEC Commission
last summer to the effect
that such an office would be
opened. The Foreign Minis-
try here and the Israel Em-
bassy in Brussels said they
had received no official
word of a reconsideration.
THE BRUSSELS report foil
owed an announcement here by
Cabinet Secretary Arye Naor
.hat the EEC would have an
>ffice in Tel Aviv and a "Branch
)ffice" in Jerusalem. Naor said
:he EEC had agreed to Israel's
request that it be represented in
Jerusalem although it refused to
nave its main office in the city.
Naor made it clear that he
spoke on the basis of Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir's report
to the Cabinet.
EEC ambassadors in Tel Aviv
said they knew of no such agree-
ment on the part of the EEC to
have a branch office in Jeru-
salem. Israeli sources explained
privately that an understanding
to that effect had been reached
but not signed, with senior EEC
officials. They acknowledged that
;his was before the Jerusalem
Law was passed by the Knesset
ind the subsequent exodus of all
he foreign embassies stationed
n Jerusalem........... ...,.,,
solution influenced their decision.
The West European Socialist
parties which for the last few
years have gone from one elec-
toral defeat to another, would
also like to boost Israel's Labor
Party's chances in the
parliamentary elections next
year. Peres, a Socialist Inter-
national Vice President, was one
of the few Socialist leaders
received in private audience by
King Juan Carlos of Spain. The
King showed a great interest in
the Middle East and seemed well
informed on Israeli affairs.
The Israeli delegation also
plans to raise the issue of Soviet
Jewry during the debates. One of
the International's sessions will
be devoted to human rights, and
the Israelis plan to ask the
conference to launch an appeal to
the Soviet Union calling on it to
respect its commitments and the
Helsinki Convention on
European Security and
Cooperation.
i
Dr. Abraham Flemenbaum, M.D., M.Sc.
Takes pleasure in announcing the relocation of his office
for the practice of
Psychiatry Psychopharmocology
from the University of Miami Medical School
to
2500 E. Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Suite 700
Hallandale, Florida 33009
Phone 454-5544
DIPLOMATE, AMERICAN BOARD OF PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROLOGY
"All we have of freedomall we use or know
This our fathers bought for us, long and long ago."
Rudymrd Kipling
if
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This collage by New York artist Fred Otnes was especially commissioned by Brown & Williamson lor its per
The Jreedom to choose our livelihood was
provided to ys long ago. And it was typified
by the struggle of immigrants to America in
the early 1800s People like Adam Gimbel.
a humble Jewish peddler from Germany,
who later founded the country's first
department store. And individuals who
became industrial giants, like Andrew
Carnegie from Scotland, who built one of
the largest steel producing businesses in
the United States America had given both
of them the freedom The freedom to choose
permanent collection ol tine art works
A free individual does not live without
choice. A free society does not prosper
without it. Consider, if you will, the personal
choices we make every day without intervention
from others. Now consider how many we
take for granted
The right to choose is the basis of all freedom-
political, social, artistic, economic, religiousfor
all people But this right must be protected from
those who would chip away at it. either delib-
erately for personal gain, or innocently for the
"betterment" of humanity It must be protected
from those who would make their choice,
your choice These personal freedoms are our
legacy as well as our responsibility, to protect
and to pass on to those who follow
Freedom It's a matter of choice.


ly, November 28, 1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
itain's New Labor Leader Is Longtime Friend of Israel
JDON (JTA) Michael campaign tor unilateral nuclear something of an enigma for other
has been elected leader of disarmament and opposed countries.
Jritish Labor Party in B1,meml>ership in the He is one of a irroup ol-ferv
ion to James Callaghan. ^"P^00"0* Community, gifted brothers, who^TnchidS Lori
MPs gave him a majority rUOT HAS remained silent for Caradon, Britians former United
many years on most international Nations Ambassador and who
issues, including the Middle was an official in Palestine during
Last. However, despite his the British Mandate,
leftwing leanings, he is regarded
votes over Denis Healey,
former Chancellor of the
pquer. Foot, a leftwinger, is
rs old and a brother of Lord
1, Mritian's former United
is Ambassador.
election
for Labo
liddle of the road politicians
electrified the House of Commons
by declaring: "If I were in
Palestine today, I would be a
member of the Haganah."
AT THAT time Foot sup-
ported the Zionist fight against
Britain in the leftwing weekly,
Tribune, of which he was the
editor. One of his closest
Parliamentary colleagues since
those days is the Jewish member
of Parliament, Ian Mikardo, still
one of Labor's most valiant
supporters of Israel.
Synagogue Restored
BUCHAREST (JTA) More than 2,000 Jews
is an historic ^this effect to Labors pro-Israel critic of Ernest Bevin during'the from Rumania and abroad attended ceremonies
r's leftwing over y- final, bloody years of the dedicating the Great Synagogue which has be
here re-
bloody years of" the dedicating the Great Synagogue which has been fully
Foot is the keeper of the Mandate. When Bevin ordered restored since sustaining severe damage in the 1977
aV;?lrJiLP, L'tET a ESZlSSSPttSS? 'h t'Moshe Sharett and earthquake. Chief Rabbi Moshe Rosen of Rumania
of Clement Attlee. A its tinest orator. As a minister, he other leaders of the Jewish jj^.i_-irr.i_i_-T itil -^ t r *.
.nt orator and writer. Foot has had very little to do with Agency in 1946, in an attempt to Prei"ded- Chief Rabbi Immanuel Jakobovits of Britain
been associated with the foreign policy, and he is therefore smash the Haganah, Foot headed a delegation of Anglo-Jewish leaders.
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Friday, November 28,1980
long Island Reels
Rash of Anti-Semitic Incidents Revealed

By MARCUS LUBIN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
An increasing number of
anti-Semitic incidents are
plaguing communities in
Suffolk County, Long
Island. As a result, County
Executive Director Peter
Cohalan has announced the
formation of a task force to
coordinate police patrols
around Jewish institutions.
He said the task force was a
necessity because "there have
been acts of vandalism and terror
against Jewish houses of wor-
ship." Cohalan added that "these
are clearly acts of anti-Semitism
and a violation of human rights
and dignity" and called upon
residents to "assist the police to
bring those responsible to
justice."
THE LATEST series of in-
cidents began Aug. 16 when the
annex of the Lake Grove Jewish
Center was burned to the ground.
Two weeks later a hangman's
noose and swastikas were found
in the charred ruins of the syna-
gogue's annex. Rabbi Reuben
Luckens, the congregation's
spiritual leader, noted that more
than 100 families, about half the
congregation, have quit the
synagogue since these incidents,
adding that "people are afraid."
Another incident was reported
by Rabbi Gabriel Maza,
president of the Suffolk County
Board of Rabbis. On the first day
of Rosh Hashanah vandals broke
into the Hebrew Academy of Suf-
folk County in Hauppauge and
flooded the school with four
inches of water. Several other
synagogues were damaged and
desecrated with obscenities, and
there were several thefts of,
valuable silver and religious
objects.
There were also threats
directed at State Senator James
Lack and Huntington Supervisor
Kenneth Butterfield for renaming
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|November28,1980
The Jewish Ffortdian andJOiofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 16-B
tsh of AntiSemitic
of Hadassah which was
Ifunds for the Hadassah
Center in Jerusalem.
[ANONYMOUS phone
|d Butterfield's wife: "I'll
husband. I've got a
id I'll get the Jews, too."
suit, the two legislators
let proof vests, provided
jolice. when they rode in a
irade shortly after the
days later, an auto-
was driven onto the
and front lawn of the
Suffolk Jewish Center in Deer
Park, narrowly missing worship-
pers emerging from services. In
another incident at the Jewish
Center in Deer Park, vandals
etched crosses into the lawn.
Following this rash of inci-
dents. Rabbi Maza called for a
police task force to combat the
anti-Semitic activities and
Cohalan agreed that it was neces-
sary to establish a force.
RABBI Marc Tanenbaum,
interreligious affairs director of
the American Jewish Committee,
commended Cohalan's action.
Tanenbaum said: "I think its
tragic that this had to happen,
but it's absolutely essential to
combat anti-human and anti-
Semitic forces." He added that
"one ought not underestimate
the magnitude" of anti-Semitism
as there is "international anarchy
brewing."
Melvin Cooperman. the
regional director of the Anti-
Delamation League of B'nai
B'rith, also praised Cohalan's
decision. Cooperman said that
"the assigning of police is a fine
fulfillment of the public trust.
The perpetrators will not go
unapprehended. They will not act
with impunity. The situation is
taking a dimension of powerful
concern in the community.
Topf Guest Speaker
The American Technion
Society's Speakers Bureau,
which assists the Dade and
Broward communities by pro-
viding groups of 75 people or
more with educational programs,
announces that Sam B. Topf,
.1
president of the Greater Mjjnmi
Chapter, Amerjra^i Te&hnion
Society, will fc the fwtBred
speaker at Temple Beth Shalom
Men's Club meeting Sunday,
Nov. 30, 9:30 a.m., in Hollywood.
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JANUARY 27,1981
JUNE 17,1981
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6351 Adams St. -983-2302
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113 E. Hallandale Bch. Blvd-456-6400
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4899 Sheridan St.-963-3700
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