The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood


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


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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood


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

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lolumelO- Number 25
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Hollywood, Florida Friday, December 12, 1980
Frd SHochl
Price 35 Cents
Super Sunday Jan. 18
f)n Sunday, Jan. 18, thousands
volunteers in federations
bss the country will par-
Date in Super Sunday, a
nmoth one-day phon-a-thon,
j effort to reach more people
I raise more money in a single
I than ever before.
tie Jewish Federation of
|th Brow arc! is organizing a
it Sunday, which will be held
I Jan. 18 at the Federation
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
krding to Jacki Reichbaum
|Ron Rosen, co-chairmen.
/c will have facilities set up
[the Federation to ac-
nodate approximately 200
fiteers. Workers are being
to commit themselves to
Jwo-hour session for the day.
far local community
lizations such as Hadassah
for Sight, BBG Gimmel,
B'rith Harry S. Truman,
?le Beth El, Hollywood
sh Community Center,
pie Solel. Temple Sinai,
bh Family Service, American
[Magen David Association
srael and the Federation's
Adult Division have
. to participate in Super
iy," the co-chairmen said.
fe are extremely excited that
punity organizations are
showing interest in this project.
It is important for South
Broward residents to work
together as a community in order
to help our fellow Jews here at
home, in Israel and around the
world," they added.
It's not too late to volunteer.
Everyone, including children old
enough to solicit, is urged to
volunteer. Reserve your Super
Sunday telephone now. For
additional information, call Linda
Senk-Rice at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Jacki Reichbaum
Religion Minister In
e Attorney General,
Yitzhak Zamir, an-
ted here that he
decided to, bring
bs against Minister of
>us Affairs Aharon
[atseira on account of
bribes from three
fcus institutions in
ierak. The Attorney
il informed Prime
IT Begin, Abuh and
it Speaker Yitzhak
of his decision
after long weeks of
[ulously studying
1 separate police files
Bt the minister,
next stage in the legal
process against the minister will
be in the Knesset's House Com-
mittee, where Zamir will ask for
the removal of Abuh's immunity.
House Committee Chairman
Moshe Meron (Likud Liberal)
said Monday night he hoped to
keep the committee's delib-
erations short to avoid further
protraction of the case, which had
already caused the suspected
minister so much pain.
Herman said his own view, based
on past experience of immunity
hearings involving Knesseters,
was that the House Committee
should consider solely whether
the government was in some way
persecuting the suspected Knes-
seter or otherwise interfering
with his role as a Knesseter or
with the work of the Knesset as
such. The House Committee
leagan Administration
Will Support Israel
pr Foreign Minister Moshe
i of Israel, in his recent tour
United States on behalf of
Inited Jewish Appeal, told
bdiences that he is confident
Reagan Administration
support Israel within the
\xt of American interests.
Bponding to a question at
l<>f the meetings about the
ability of "Reagan selling
pi down the river," Dayan
"Israel knows how to swim,
ng learned in 1948, and we
been swimming by our-
selves ever since." At several
press conferences he also called
strongly for a U.S. government
military-political "red line" in the
Mideast, beyond which it would
not allow its interests in the area
to be jeopardized.
Dayan's first visit on arrival
earlier this month was to the
hospital bedside of his one-time
friend Irving Bernstein, UJA
executive vice chairman, who has
since been recovering at home
from a mild heart attack and is
expected to resume his duties
Elizabeth Holtzman
At Community Day
Due to a speaker cancellation,
former U.S. Representative
Elizabeth Holtzman will be the
keynote speaker at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
Women's Division's Community
Day on Thursday, Dec. 18, ac-
cording to Carol Morgenstein and
Joan Raticoff, chairwomen.
Ms. Holtzman, who is
replacing Betty Friedan at the
event, served four terms as
Representative of New York's
16th District. She served as a
member of the Judiciary Com-
mittee and as the Chair of the
Subcommittee on Immigration,
Refugees and International Law.
She participated in the Com-
mittee's deliberations on the
impeachment of former President
Nixon, and took part in the
questioning of former President
Ford about the Nixon pardon.
In 1977, Ms. Holtzman helped
to found the first
Congress women's Caucus in the
history of the Congress. The
Caucus is a bipartisan group
dedicated to improving the social
and legal status of women. She
served as the Caucus' first
Democratic Chair.
"We are extremely excited that
Elizabeth Holtzman will be
speaking at Community Day.
She was the original choice of our
committee, but was unable to
Elizabeth Holtzman
commit herself to a speaking
engagement, because of her
recent political race," Mrs.
Morgenstein and Mrs. Raticoff
Ms. Holtzman, a democratic
candidate for the Senate in 1980,
was unsuccessful in her bid for
the seat.
Following tradition. Com-
munity Day is once again sold
out. More than 1,200 women have
reserved seats for this 9:30 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. event, which is being
held at the Diplomat Convention
Center, the chairwomen added.
Shomrai Dinner Dance
should not, said Herman, enter
into the merits of the case in
But that is not a universally
accepted view. National Re-
ligious Party faction Chairman
Yehuda Ben-Meir, a committee
member, said Monday night he
believed the committee must
"examine the basis of the Attor-
ney General's request for removal
of immunity" and see "if there is
a prima facie case."
Ben-Meir urged the public to
"learn a lesson" from the fact
that Abuh was to be charged (if
his immunity is eventually
removed) on only one bribery
issue though the press over
the past months had "accused
him of practically every crime
under the sun."
BEN-MEIR said he was not
minimizing the gravit of the sus-
pected offense. He was merely
pointing out that many other
issues cited during Abuh's "trial
by press" had not been con-
sidered by the Attorney General
worthy of basing a charge upon
Ben-Meir noted, too, that the
bribery charge seemed to be
based on the evidence of state's
witness, Yisrael Gottleib, the
N RP official and former Mayor of
Bnei Berak. Abuh's attorneys
have sought to argue all along
and are expected to argue in
court too, that Gottleib's
evidence is insufficiently credible
or that Gottleib himself is insuf:
ficiently trustworthy.
The Attorney General called a
press conference, where he dis-
continued on Page 10
The major event of the season,
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's annual Shomrai
Dinner Dance, is just around the
corner, according to Melvin Baer
and Norman Morrison, Shomrai
Division chairmen.
This gala community event,
set for Saturday, Jan. 17, will be
held at the Diplomat Country
Club, explained Maralyn Anton
and Annette Deakter, event
Guest speaker is Yitzhak
Rabin, former Prime Minister to
the State of Israel.
The South Broward com-
munity is fortunate to have the
opportunity to be able to meet
Rabin on a one-to-one basis, Baer
and Morrison added.
"We have been busy preparing
for this annual S5,000 minimum
family commitment event, which
is held in support of the
Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
campaign," they added.
For additional information on
the Shomrai Dinner Dance,
contact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
Community Day Hostesses
The Jewish Federation of South Broward Women's Division
Community Day hostesses gathered recently at the home of Joan
Raticoff, one of the chairwomen of the event.
The purpose of the meeting was for Ruth Rodensky and Delia
Standing from left are Rose Blonder, Carol Press, Ana Sonkin and
Ruth Rodensky, hostess co-chairwoman. Seated la Sara Ottenstein,
seating chairwoman.

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Friday, December 12, man
Women's Division
Goes Broadway
"To all stage-struck, frustrated
thespians. singers and dancers
out there who haven't as yet
auditioned for the upcoming
Metropolitan Musical Revue to
be held on April 2. here is one last
opportunity to disply your
talents at a final audition to be
held on Wednesday, Jan. 21 at 8
p.m at the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center,"
Susan Singer. Jewish Federation
of South Broward's Women's
Division Metropolitan chair-
"And, for those more inhibited
lovers of the theater, many
excellent opportunities to par-
ticipate in the Revue still exist on
the production end: make-up. set
design and costume design."
Seated from left are Judy Hecker. Beverly Shapiro and Susan Singer,
Metropolitan chairwoman. Standing from left are Bonnie Wolf and
Janie Berman.
From left are Ruth Burns. Laurie Lauter, Brenda Greenman, c
paigD vice president, and Judi White.
Tony Santamauro will direct
and choreograph this musical
revue of showstoppers from the
Ziegfiekl era up to present times.
Aha Orringer will be the
rehearsal pianist.
"Don't miss this chance-of-a-
lifetune opportunity to sing,
dance and make merry, all for a
good cause: the 1961 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. Join
the fun and bring along your
friends to the auditions." Mrs.
Singer stated
The Jewish Community Cnter
is at 2838 Hollywood Blvd
Auditions are there on Jan. 21
and the Musical Revue is set for
April 2 at Temple Beth El. For
further information, call Mary
Anne, at the Federation office.
Bus Tour
On Tuesday. Jan. 13. South
Broward residents will have the
unique opportunity to tour the
local Jewish agencies that are
recipients of the funds raised by
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign, by participating on
the beach Bus Tour, according to
Ruth Rodensky. Bus Tour
This Bus Tour, which is the
last one scheduled for the year,
will visit the Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged at
Douglas"Gardens, the Hollywood
Jewish Community Center, the
Southeast Senior Day Care
Center at Temple Sinai and
Temple Beth Shalom Day
School." Mrs. Rodensky added.
The Bus Tour will leave at 9:30
a.m. from the Art & Culture
Center of Hollywood. 1301 South
Ocean Drive in Hollywood and
will return at approximately 2:30
p.m. The event is sponsored by
the Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of South
For additional information
contact Mary Anne at the
Federation office.
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The Jewish flbridian'dnd Shbfar of Qreaieikoltywodd
Women's Division
Leadership Parlor Meeting
The Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of South
Hreward Women's Division held its annual Leadership Parlor Meeting
recently at the home of Ellie Katz, according to Brenda Greenman,
vice president, campaign.
The purpose of the Parlor Meeting is to have a solicitation and
caucus of the Board of Directors, Mrs. Greenman explained.
Guest speaker for the event was Joyce Newman, immediate past
president of the Federation.
"This year, we raised 14 percent more than last year at our Parlor
Meeting. There was a feeling of togetherness and oneness among the
women in attendance," Mrs. Greenman added.
Standing from left are Nancy Atkin, Brenda Greenman, vice
president, campaign; Merry Liff, Arlene Ray, vice president,
leadership development; and Ellie Katz. Seated from left are Sally
Weiss, Janie Berman, Dina Kaye and Bobbie Levin, president.______
Standing from left are Audrey Meline, vice president, in-service; Jacki
Reichbaum, Joyce Newman, Rochelle Koenig and Gloria Hess.
Seated from left are Mary Gottlieb, Shane Wolf, Natalie Bluth and
Carol Morgenstein.
From left are Ethel Endler, Ida Rakoff and Ernestine Germain.
Mr and Mrs Jacobs Galahad So. Women's Division
LaMer Campaign To Hold 5th Annual Luncheon
Standing from' left are Delia Rosenberg, Frances Briefer, Bea
Mogilowitz, Ann Conn and Evelyn Stieber, secretary. Seated from left
are Sara Ottenstein, Sis Alt man, Lee Schatzberg and Audrey Klein.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward will hold its
annual La Mer Premier Gifts
Cocktail Party on behalf of the
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign at the La Mer Social Hall
on Monday, Dec. 29, at 5:30 p.m.,
according to Lee Frankbn. La
Mer general chairman.
Nan and Sydney Jacobs and
Fay and Ben Schwab are hosts
for the event, F'ranklin added.
The guest speaker for the
luncheon will be Jerome Gleekel,
a Columbia University graduate
of political science. Gleekel, who
travels frequently to Israel, is
well known by the leadership of
various political parties and has
access to leading Israeli govern-
ment officials.
Gleekel not only serves on the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Middle East and Foreign
Jewry Committee, but also is a
prominent member of the Com-
munity Relations Committee.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Galahad South
Women's Division is busy
making plans for its 5th annual
luncheon on behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Kmergency Fund, according to
Ida Rakoff, chairman.
The luncheon which was set for
Jan. 29 has been changed to
Wednesday. Jan. 28, at Valle's
Steak House in Hallandale.
"This $100 minimum commit-
ment luncheon enables us to
make our pledges pledges
made to strengthen the people of
Israel and the people in our South
Broward community. Through
these pledges we all feel that we
too can share the responsibility of
others less fortunate than our-
selves," explained Ernestine
Germain, co-chairman of Galahad
South Women's Division.
Esther Gordon will be the
guest speaker. Entertainment
will include "Scarpella," an inter-
national tenor and television
recording artist from San Remo,
Italy; and Billy Martin, pianist,
musical director and composer of
the Miami Dolphin's victory
Chairman Ida Rakoff will be
honored this year for her dedi-
cation which has resulted in
yearly increased attendance,
added 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 Holtz-
man. Susan Hurwitz, Gertrude
Jacobs, Goldie Kirwin, Goldie
Kramer, Jennie Lever, Hilda
Lavinsky, Anne Passes, Selma
Pescoe, Anne Primakow. Estlle
Ratner, Isabelle Riemer, Sally
Rosen, Hilde Rosenberg, Phyllis
Schotland, Gertrude Shulman,
Katherine Sollins, Frances Wal-
coff, and Bertha Zirn.
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Seated at top are Kayla Herecovitch, Eather Gordon and Florence
Roth, vice president, community education. Seated from left are Joan
JUticoff, Judee Barren and Elaine Pittell.
Congressman Elect E. Clay Shaw and Emilie.
We Wish all our friends a Happy Channkah, and
express our thanks for your confidence and trust.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, December 12
Pledges and Performance
Ronald Reagan will becqrne President of the
United States Jan. 20, 1981 with perhaps having
made stronger campaign commitments to Israel than
any of his predecessors. He has stressed that he
believes the United States not only has a moral
commitment to the Jewish State, but that he con-
siders Israel an ally and a strategic asset in the
Middle East.
Reagan has also promised to continue the Camp
David process, to support a united Jerusalem under
Israeli sovereignty and not to negotiate with the
Palestine Liberation Organization, which he has
pointed out, he has no problem labeling as a "ter-
rorist" organization.
His close aides have stressed that these were not
just campaign pledges, that Reagan's support for
Israel goes back to the creation of the Jewish State
long before he ever thought of entering politics.
But Reagan, like all new Presidents, will find
that once he enters office he will be buffeted by
opinions from all sides.
Reagan, like the man he has just defeated,
President Carter, enters the White House with little
foreign policy experience. That is why it is so un-
fortunate that top-ranking members of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee like Jacob Javits (R..
N.Y.), Frank Church (D., Idaho! and Richard Stone
(D., Fla.) were also defeated in this election. Both
were among the leading supporters of Israel in Con-
gress. Their counsel may be sorely missed as the
Reagan Administration begins to feel its way in the
complicated issues of the Middle East as the
foreign policy Establishment on Capitol Hill
provides Mr. Reagan with "logical" reasons to welsh
on his campaign promises.
Weizmann Institute Honorees
In the last twelve months, a remarkable number
of Weizmann Institute scientists have been honored
by the international scientific community.
Their research contributions range from matters
geophysical to those genetic; across remote atomic
worlds and those urgently medical. They bring fresh
understanding and data as to the forces that en-
courage harmony. And for nature gone wild, keys to
cure and prevention four of the laureates are
cancer investigators and immunologists.
The awards pay tribute to creative scientific
thinking and experimentation carried out by them
over many years decades in some instances at
the Institute's famed laboratories in Rehovot, Israel.
They hail originally, these seven, from many
spheres and places Bialystock, Leipzig, Tomas-
zew, Tel Aviv, New York, Jerusalem, and a village
called Alytus in yesterday's Pale. They number
scientists who fathered the Institute, heading up its
earliest faculties and departments 30 years ago, as
well as members of a new generation in Israel that
was trained by them.
They mirror the vitality of the Weizmann Insti-
tute campus a day-to-day congruency with Dr.
Weizmann's vision of science serving Israel and the
world community.
Their achievements will be hailed by the South
Florida community at the Dec. 14 gathering of the
Institute on Miami Beach at the Fontainebleau
Hilton Hotel. For continuing the course set in 1944
by the Institute's 13 American founding fathers,
they are helping it maintain itself as Israel's unparal-
leled ambassador among the nations. Their scientific
investigation does honor to an ancient people come
home, stirred by the spirit of free inquiry.
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to win approval of the electorate
because he had his eye on history.
A man so inclined is not likely to
make history. Obsession with the
future is but one step removed
from trying to control the future
in order to guarantee one's place
in it.
Such a man. and in the
presidency Carter was one of
them, will hardly commit himself
to an action, any action, that in
his opinion would win him
thumbs down by a jury assigned
to evaluate his role in history. He
is addicted to the hocus-pocus of
the poll-taker.
RICHARD NIXON was such a
man. too. if of a different order.
Nixon's determination to control
his future assessment in history
was so overwhelming that he
engaged in criminal activity in
order to assure that assessment
in a way conforming to his most
healed fantasies of power and
public adulation.
Nevertheless, his and Carter's
fate are essentially the same,
although Carter attempted to
buy his angel's wings with sweet
talk and love, while Nixon's
approach was to ramrod his way
into the tune tut sanctorum using
the clumsy tactics of a Pro-
hibition era Chicago mobster.
Neither man will be judged as he
The irony in all of this is that
history shuns this kind of man.
whatever his methods. Those
men who make history are not
afraid to take a chance. In
choosing their actions, they are
almost indifferent to the con-
tumely of the masses or. at least,
they do not let the contumely
ligure into their decisions.
reviled by the nation with such
revulsion and enmity that one
marvels that he never wavered
from his highest purposes. Ditto.
Harry Turman. And the southern
reaction to Thomas Jefferson.
who was a southerner himself,
was one of suspicion if not frank
When Jefferson's first draft of
the Declaration of Independence
appeared. South Carolina ac-
tually threatened to veto it
liecause of Jefferson's position on
slavery. If Jefferson submitted to
the pressure on him to rewrite his
[declaration. he did so not out of a
change of heart or a desire for
love or an eye on future history.
He did so to save the new Union,
as a frankly expedient measure of
the moment, which he framed in a
warning that the nation would
pay dearly for its indifference to
the obscenity of slavery in eighty
Why Jefferson chose eighty
years is a mystery. His prediction
was only five years shy of 1861,
when the Civil War began. It is
men such as Jefferson, whom
weak-willed Presidents most
admire and whose place in
history to which they most
Hut the weak-willed apparently
tail to understand how the
mighty Jeffersons of the past
managed to make it. Mainly, that
the mighty Jeffersons ignored
history in these terms and dealt
only with the present choices
before them as the choices dic-
EVEN THE immortal
prophets, from Moses to Isaiah
to Jesus, told the multitude what
it did not want to hear. No
wonder then that President
Carter, ever mindful of his public
image, mulling dispiritedly over
the results of the latest preferen-
tial polls, rapidly acquired the
reputation of a milk sop.
There is much in this for
Ronald Reagan to study. His
appeal during the campaign was
to a freshness of approach, a
rejection of the old faces, the
power-brokers who have been in
Washington from time im-
memorial, whisking from one
administration to another
regardless of party affiliation,
proposing their unchanging ideas
and their very special interests.
His appeal was to minority
groups, including women, too
long excluded from the white,
male-dominated fortress of
national decision-making.
Especially in the case of women, ,
he rode upon the rough road of
ami -Eh*A declarations at the
same time that he reaffirmed his
belief in the principle that there
shall be no discrimination based
upon sex.
REAGAN'S appeal was in the
end an attack upon the
Georgians, the Carter mob that
promptly insulated Mr. Carter
from mainstream and even grass-
roots America and that gave him
a view of contemporary Red-
iialilik that would have served
him far better in the land of Oz.
Reagan, we were meant to
believe, would bring in new faces,
new ideas, long-suffering minor-
ities who never had a chance at
His inauguration is still well
more than a month away, and
already we see that President-
Klect lieagan has not learned the
k'sson of Jimmy Carter's defeat.
He has not yet stepped into the
office, and already we know he
will not be an immortal. The
Continued on Page 17
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Volume 10
Jewish mothers (and fathers) have traditionally hoasted, and justifi-
ably so, about their children's professional achievements. But in how many
parts of the world can a Jewish parent proudly proclaim: "Meet my son, THE
Certainly Scotland must stand in the forefront. In recent
years Scotland produced three Jewish Knights, two Jewish Mem-
bers of Parliament, ;i Lord Provost (mayor), and the only Jewish
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Jewish Education Symposium
UIA Annual Meeting
"The demographic changes of
the Jewish community after
World War II created the great
upheaval of Jewish life in the 60s
and 70's," commented Dr. Irving
Yitz" Greenberg at a recent
Sunday morning symposium
sponsored by the Jewish
Education Committee of the
.Jewish Federation of South
Over 60 community leaders
and Jewish communal
professionals participated in the
program. "One of our goals was
to inform the leadership of JFSB
of the importance of Jewish
Education," commented Edu-
cation Committee Chairman Ellie
Continuing on his theme of
demographic changes. Dr.
Greenberg pointed out that the
60s and 70's brought 90 percent
or more of the Jewish youth to
college and university campuses.
The Jewish community now had
a mass of American born children
of American born parents on the
campus. This lead to the
university homogenizing youth."
Kabbi Greenberg pointed out
that by examining the present
.Jewish community, an educated
guess can be made as to its
future. He used the changes of
demography in the 40's and 50's
to explain the phenomenons of
the 60s and 70s.
"The wave of the future is the
-Jewish Day School. Nationwide,
(he Jewish community has seen a
jump in day school attendance
along with an accompanying
lump in the percentage of funds
allocated by federations for day
schools." commented Dr.
At ihe same time. "Yitz" made
the point that the Jewish
community, "must not write off
afternoon and one day Hebrew
school programs. For some
families, this is their com-
mitment, and it is an important
one. V\ u must remember to make
this torm of Jewish education
readily available to all families."
Alter Ur. Greenberg's presen-
tation, two small workshop-
discussion groups met to look at
Jewish education locally.
Steve Klein, regional director
for the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, commented, "In
Broward County we have over
500 members participating in our
program. In addition to BBYO's
social and athletic activities, our
high school age members have
many opportunities for informal
^Jewish education through
chapter, council and regional
Sondra Keiff. Executive
Director of the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center said, "the
Hollywood JCC through its own
programs and in cooperation with
CAJE, also provide Jewish
education, often at the adult and
senior adult level."
Shirley Cohen and Sherri
Levinson of the Youth and Early
Childhood Department of Temple
Beth Shalom provided additional
insight on local youth programs.
Cooperating in the planning of
the program was Gene Green-
/.weig. Executive Director of the
Central Agency for Jewish
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Dr. Irving "Yitz" Greenberg, Ellie Katz, Dr. Diana Reiaman, Dr.
Robert Pittell, president. JFSB, and Gene Greenzweig, executive
director, Central Agency for Jewish Education.
Associate Executive Director of
CAJE and Diana Reisman, the
CAJE Consultant for South
Broward. Coordinating the
program for the Education
Committee was JFSB Director of
Planning, Dr. Ira Sheier.
Meral Ehrenstein, co-chairman
of the Education Committee. Dr.
Stan Spatz. Dr. Tammy Cohen,
Dr. Sam Meline, Helen Cohan
and Nancy Brizel all played key
roles in executing the program.
"We hope to follow this
program with a community-wide
event focusing on local needs of
Jewish education" concluded
Chairman Ellie Katz.
Dr. Irving "Yitz" Greenberg is
widely known in the field of
Jewish Education and is the
founder and currently director of
the National Jewish Resource
Center in New York.
NEW YORK Herbert D.
Katz, a board member of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward is among the members
of the United Israel Appeal
Board of Trustees, who convened
for their Annual Meeting, held on
Dec. 10. at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel. New York City.
UIA. the major beneficiary of
United Jewish Appeal, has more
than 210 trustees, divided
between representatives of
Jewish Federations and Zionist
groups in the U.S.
According to UIA Chairman
Jerold C. Hoffberger, the
organization will honor Joseph
Meyerhoff. a UIA founder, who
served as vice chairman and was
named a Life Trustee in 1972. He
is also an honorary chairman of
The trustess are scheduled to
elect seven of the members of the
board of directors and hear
reports on UIA's program and
financial activities. The board of
directors will then convene to
elect officers for a one year term.
The board of trustees will
gather on a somber note, when
they pay tribute to the memories
of two distinguished colleagues,
Maurice M. Boukstein and Dr.
Emanuel Neumann, who recently
passed awav.
Boukstein, the legal adviser of
UIA for four decades, died on
Nov. 19, at the age of 75. A
counselor of the Jewish Agency
for Israel, he drafted the
agreement for the Reconstitution
of the Jewish Agency in 1971.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, who
died in Israel on Oct. 25, was the
founder of United Palestine
Appeal, the forerunner of UIA.
fttiairman Hoffberger noted
that UIA's main function is to
allocate funds from UJA receipts
to the Jewish Agency UIA's
operating agent in Israel. This
year. UIA has been the source of
more than sixty percent of the
Jewish Agency's income.
UlA was established in 1925,
and is one of the founders of
UJA. Since 1967. UIA has
provided the Agency with more
than $2.7 billion in support of
immigration, absorption, rural
settlement, housing, education,
youth care, and other social needs
of refugees arriving in Israel.
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Women's Division To
Hold Beach Campaign
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division will hold their beach
campaign function on Monday.
March 16, 19H] at the Sheraton
Hal Harbour. according to
Hrenda (ireenman. vice
president, campaign.
"We expect more than 800
women to attend the luncheon.
which will feature entertainment
by the Habimuh Players, ex-
plained Evelyn Btieber, Beach
Tin-. \< ir. the women on the
beach decided to hold one major
luncheon instead of having them
in our individual buildings. This
will help establish camaraderie
among those living in the same
"We are all working for the
same cause: the Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund and we want to
show that We Are One.
Mrs. (ireenman added that
Mrs. Stieber is working diligently
with I^e' Schat/.berg, building
coordinator and Corinne Kolodin
and Estelle Glattman.
arrangements coordinators,
organizing the event
Community Day Hostesses
Continued from Page I
Rosenberg, hostess co-chairwomen, to give final instructions to the
hostesses and also give the hostesses the opportunity to complete
their table assignments for the Dec. 18 event.
Community Day will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the
Diplomat Convention Center, according to chairwoman Carol
Morgenstein and Mrs. Raticoff.
Standing fromleft are Dorothy Sternberg, Edith Frost, Bea Mogilowitz,
Ann Cohn, Sis Altman and Eleanor Lerner. Seated from left are Joan
Raticoff, Evelyn Stieber, Florence Roth and Carol Morgenstein.
Standing from left are Lee Schatzberg, Suzanne Gunzberger, Rae
Wollman, Margie Fihhman. Delia Rosenberg, hostess co-chairwoman,
and Rosel Kroll. Seated from left are Leah Frankel, Edna Jacobs and
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Your tzimmis just wouldn't be the same without
Sun-Maid* Raisins. And your compote wouldn't be
complete without Blue Ribbon or Old Orchard Figs. For
over half a century our wholesome kosher fruits have
been a Jewish cooking tradition.
We dry them the traditional way, too. Naturally,
in the sun. So the natural sweetness you enjoyed as a child
still tastes the same today. And isn't that what
tradition is all about7
Ortif.ed by Rabbi Dr I H Ralbaj;
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Friday, December 12,1980
The Jewish Fhriduin and SJipJflr ^Greater Hollywood
It has 456 less cabries than potato
topping made with sour cream.
I *4 cups Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
12 cup crumbled blue cheese
' > cup chopped celery
' 4 cup imitation flavored
bacon bits
' 4 Teaspoon salt
In bowl, combine all ingredients Serve
as topping on baked potatoes or other
hot vegetables Or chill well and serve
as dip tor potato chips or fresh
vegetables Makes about 2 cups
Here's our suggestion for a delightful, light, low-calorie
barbecue. We've alternated chicken and fresh vegetables on
skewers. The secret is in the marinade which is made of tomato
juice, plus flavorful seasoning and broth crystals which add up
to only 6 calories per packet. So if you're planning on keeping
| the "ole" weight down this summer, and who isn't, this is the
perfect meal.
- Chicken nabobs
2 zucchini, sliced
l'j pounds chicken breast in'4" cubes
cherry tomatoes
small white onions, frozen or fresh
3 packets G.Washington's Golden Seasoning
and Broth
I' 1 cups tomato juice
1 tablespoon dehydrated onion flakes
dash pepper.
Munch zucchini slices in boiling water for about 5 minutes;
drain on absorbent towels. Alternate zucchini, chicken cubes,
cherry tomatoes, and while onions on skewers. Combine re-
maining ingredients, boil for 5 minutes. Pour half of marinade in
baking dish: place kabobs in dish: marinate for one hour. Place
over coals and broil for 8 to 10 minutes. Turn, baste with
remaining sauce. Broil for 5 minutes until lightly browned
Swvm I._____ ....__________
It has 608 less calories than
dressing made with sour cream
1 package (.5 oz.) creamy
Italian dry salad dressing mix
2 cups Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
Lemen Juice
Combine dressing mix and
Colombo Yogurt Blend well Add
lemon juice to thin to taste Chill
until ready to use
Makes 2 cups dressing
Arit'l Sharon, the controversial
Minister of Agriculture, was at
the center of a mini-drama at a
Cabinet meeting Sunday. In a
rare move, the ministers refused,
for the third consecutive week, to
approve Sharon's proposal that
\lcir Shamir be appointed
director of the Lands Authority
in place of Yaacov Aknin, whom
Sharon has fired.
The move is rare because in
general ministers do not interfere
in appointments made by their
colleagues. But in this case,
several Cabinet members are
understood to feel that Aknin
a Herut loyalist and, by many
accounts, an efficient civil ser-
vant has been shabbily dealt
Commerce Minister Gideon
Patt asked why the curriculum
1 1 lac of Shamir submitted to the
ministers began only in 1969.
had sent a full curriculum to the
Cabinet secretariat, but it had
apparently been cut there.
"That is not true," Cabinet
Secretary Arye Naor said.
Sharon repeated his assertion,
and Naor his firm denial.
"I demand that the Cabinet
secretary not raise his voice,"
Sharon said.
"1 don't need to take orders
from you," Naor retorted. This
ugly exchange between a
minister and a civil servant
continued for some ^lmments
more with Prime Minister Begin
RELATIONS between Sharon
and .Naor have long been sour.
with Sharon suspecting Naor of
backing lormer Defense Minister
Ezei VVeizman in feuds against
him (Sharon).
1 "he Cabinet voted to defer the
Shamir appointment, and Sharon
vowed to bring it up again next
Hut this was not the end of
Sharon's gruff performance at
thp Cabinet. He attacked Chief of
Staff Rafael Eytan for having"
publicly criticized government
economic policy, saying "it
sometimes seems like the Army
orders the government around
rather than the reverse."
And he defended vigorously
his own weekend interview in
which he had criticized the Army
for not economizing enough. To
National Religious Party leader
l)r Yosef Burg, who ventured a
word of criticism. Sharon said, "I
will buy you from my own money
a listening device that will enable
you to hear the radio on Shabbat
- then you will know that 1 was
quoted out of context.*'
who is also Defense Minister,
spoke up at this point to say that
he had planned to put out a
statement rebutting Sharon's
strictures as they had been
reported but Sharon had
phoned to say he had been mis-
reported and quoted out of
context. "I must accept his ex-
planation," Begin said.
Coffee Cake
It has 304 less calories than coffee
cake made with sour cream.
1 pkg 118 5 01) yellow cake mix
1 cup Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
13 cup water
2 eggs
1 cup chopped walnuts or
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
''? cup sugar
Prepare cake mix according to
package directions substituting
Colombo Yogurt tor 1 cup water
Pour half the barter into greased
and (loured 13x9x2 inch
Combine nuts, cinnamon and
sugar Sprinkle half over barter Top
with remaining batter and nut
mixture Bake according to
package directions Cool m pan
Festive Pizza
I package (13 oz.l Chef Boyardee Complete
Cheese Pirza in a Skillet
1 cup cubed eggplant
1 cup sliced zucchini
11 cup chopped onion
'/i cup chopped green pepper
1 clove garlic, minced
2 tbsps. olive oil or cooking oil
'/, tap. salt
Prepare pizza crust mix according to package directions.
Generously grease bottom and sides of cold 10" skillet. Grease
fingers and spread dough evenly over bottom to edges of skillet;
pinch up edges to hold sauce. Pour canned pizza sauce from
package over dough, spread to edges.
Saute eggplant, zucchini, onion, pepper and garlic in olive
oil. Remove and drain on absorbent paper: sprinkle with salt
Arrange on top of pizza sauced dough: then sprinkle shredded
cheese from package on top.
Cook covered with lid slightly ajar, over medium-low heat
on electric range or low heat on gas range for 16-18 minutes or
until bottom is golden brown. Loosen sides and bottom o! pizza
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77uj Jewish Floridian and Stof&'ofQrrtfr Hollywood
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Friday, December 12, igfjo
Altman's,Klein's to Host Luncheon
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward will hold its
annual Hemispheres Premier
Gifts Luncheon on behalf of the
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign on Tuesday, Dec. 16, at
noon, according to Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Alt man and Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Klein, Luncheon chairmen.
Guest speaker for the lun-
cheon, which is being held at
Jimmy De Nicola's Grist Mill
Restaurant, will be Emanuel "No
No" Razinovsky, a seventh-
generation Sabra who is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Altman
South Broward on his sabbatical.
Razinovsky is a high school
principal, a kibbutz member, and
in his spare time, serves as one of
Israel's top guides.
As an educator, he is an in-
formed expert on conditions in
Israel its problems, its
potential, its promise, the
Luncheon chairmen added.
Other than the chairmen,
luncheon sponsors include Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Brout, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Jacobs, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Levin, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Passon, Dr. and Mrs.
Irving Salman and Mr. and Mrs.
S. Harry Slavitt.
Rabbi Lehrman To Speak
Discussing the involvement of Malaga Towers' in the
Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1981 United Jewish Appeal
Federation Campaign are from left Ernest Schwan, Malaga Tower*
chairman; Philip A. Levin, M.D., campaign chairman; Otto Stieber
Hal land ale Beach chairman; and Nat Sedley, Project Renewal

Rabbi Dr. Irving Lehrman,
distinguished spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-EI of Miami
Beach, will be the guest speaker
at a paid-up membership break-
fast, on Sunday. Dec. 14. at 9:30
a.m. sharp at Temple Sinai, 1201
.Johnson St.. Hollywood.
Dr. Lehrman is an outstanding
Zionist leader and is a national
vice president of the Zionist
Organization of America.
Arrangements for this affair is
under the direction of our own
Mrs. Ann Rosenthal national
executive vice president of the
Southeast region of the Zionist
Organization of America. Mr.
Ben Kaplan, president of the
South Broward district will chair
the event.
The program will also include a
fine musical interlude. Breakfast
Even though winter vacation is
upon us .* activities are
planned for the winter holiday.
To celebrate the end of finals a
"Thank Goodness its Over"
Shabbat dinner is planned for
Dec. 19. A College Reunion
program on the cults is being
planned by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward and
the Hollywood Jewish Center for
Dec. 30.
Learn more about the cults and
have a good time with friends you
have not seen on this night. A
dinner is being planned before the
program at Nancy Tobin's house.
To help us through the- New
Year, a Beit Cafe (Israeli cof-
feehouse) will take place on Jan.
''.. at the Hollywood Jewish
Center. If you would like more
information on the Hillel-Jewish
Student Union at the Broward
Community College, please call
Nancy Tobin at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
(921-8810). Don't miss out on the
arrangements are under the
extremely capable Mrs. Bertha
Widlitz, and will be ably assisted
by Dr. Ben Levinson. Admission
will only be by reservation.
Members and guests are urged to
call Mrs. Widlitz at 923-1375 or
Mr. Bernie Lyons at 962-8571.
There will positively be no ad-
mission without reservations.
There will be a $2 charge for
guests and for wives of members.
The Migdal Yam Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its December
meeting on Tuesday the 16th.
Since the month of December is
the 120th anniversary of
Henrietta S/.old's birth, the
meeting will be one of honoring
her memory and other out-
standing "American Jewish
Women in the Limelight": Bess
Zeiger- Henrietta Szold; Dorothy
Kay-Beverly Sills; Florence
Siegel-Dr. Rosalyn Yalow; Mary
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Towers with a coffee hour at
12:30. President Sara Munter
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The Jewish FlorkUan and Stipfurof tyegttr Hollywood

New Rabbi Appointed in Hollywood
Rabbi Abraham Korf and
Rabbi Joseph Bistort have an-
nounced the appointment of
Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus to
the post of Rabbi of the Chabad
Synagogue in Hollywood, Fla.
Along with his duties as rabbi,
Tennenhaus will also direct all
Chabad activities in that area, in
an effort to serve that entire com-
munity. Rabbi Tennenhaus and
his wife, Goldie, along with their
baby son, will be taking up duties
very shortly and have said that
they are looking forward to meet-
ing the very exciting challenge of
building a new Jewish com-
munity. The synagogue has been
in existence for a few years, due
to the very dedicated efforts of
Dr. Marvin Shuster, who is
serving as president and is
founder of the Minyan.
Rabbi Tennenhaus is im-
minently qualified for the
position. He was brought up in
Montreal where he studied
through his high school years at
the Rabbinical College of
America, located in Morristown,
N.J. He received his Rabbinical
ordination at the Central Luba-
vitch Yeshiva in Brooklyn where
Hebrew Day School News
Chanukah at the Hebrew Day
School has taken on many
diversified forms.
The spirit of the holiday was
already seen in the successful
fruition of the Chanukah
Boutique on Sunday. Nov. 16 on
the beautiful JCC campus. The
children and the parents of the
Hebrew Day School felt the spirit
of Chanukah at the gathering of
The Day School is completely
involved in the anticipation of
Chanukah. A school wide contest
involving the creation of
llanukkiot has stirred the
imagination of each child. Under
the guidance Of the Hebrew staff
the children are able lo express.
through their creativity, the
feelings that Chanukah sym-
Ol paramount importance in
the Hebrew Day School is the
culmination ol Chanukah in the
performance ol a school play. The
Hebrew staff, Miriam Sagi,
(ienia King and AviTancman, is
working closely with Arlene
Solomon, the music coordinator.
Debbie U arshaw I hi n|| I acher,
has been busy creating fcosl umes
thai will certainly add to the
festive feeling ol the Chanukah
The Hebrew Day School is
always grateful to parent
volunteers. One parent who has
unselfishly donated her time is
Arlene Kurt/.. The stall and
administration have expressed a
special thank you to Mrs. Kurtz.
The Central Agency for Jewish
Education has sent Yossi
Shochal the Shaliach. to the
Hebrew Day School. He has met
with the Hebrew staff in con
junction with their Chanukah
play. Mr. Shochat is a famous
actor in Israel in the National
Theater. "Ha Rimah." He has
been in charge of putting acts
together and doing creative
drama for children. His expertise
has been greatly appreciated and
his help has been invaluable.
The Hebrew Day School has
presented the historical,
educational and ethical meaning
of Chunukah to their children.
The true meaning of Chanukah is
being kept alive.
As an extension of the
classroom setting, on Monday,
Nov. 17 at 11 a.m. the combined
3rd, 4th and 5th grades of the
Hebrew Day School attended a
Willsey institute
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children s pertormance of the
"Pirates of I'enzance" by Gilbert
& Sullivan, at Bailey Hall of the
Broward Community College.
The theme of the play had been
discussed in music classes by
their music teacher, Arlene
Solomon, prior to the per-
formance. The scenery and
costumes also impressed the
children, as well as the vocal
abilities of the soloists and
The classes are eagerly looking
forward to their next concert.
he continued his post graduate
studies. Rabbi Tennenhaus was
active in the Lubavitch Youth
Organization in Brooklyn, N.Y.
He served as Learning Director
of Camp Can Israel in Montreal,
and was Director of Lubavitch
Day Camp in Ilford, England.
During the summers of 1978 and
1979, Rabbi Tennenhaus coordi-
nated programs for the Jewish
communities of Denmark,
Sweden, Finland and Norway.
These included visiting the
Jewish populations, arranging
for shabatons, educational
classes, disseminating Jewish
literature, Mezuzahs, Tefillin and
Shabbos candle kits.
Rabbi Tennenhaus has con-
tributed several Talmudic essays
to various Torah Journals,
Yeshivas and schools of higher
Mrs. Tennenhaus studied in
Beth Kivka Academy of Mon-
treal where she graduated high
school. She then attended Beth
Kivka Teachers' Seminary in
Brooklyn, where she received her
teaching degree. When the young
couple moved to Miami Beach,
Mrs. Tennenhaus became a
teacher in the Landow Yeshiva in
1979. She has also been active in
the Lubavitch Youth Organiza-
tion in Brooklyn and the Womens
Lubavitch Group in Miami.
[Community Relations Committee]
\ Jewish Federation of South Broward
I %date
Tom Dine, newly appointed executive director of American Israel
Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the only domestic lobby for the
State of Israel was a guest at last month's Jewish Federation of South
Broward Community Relations Committee meeting. Greeting Dine
are Elaine Pittell, CRC chairman and Bobbie Levin, Women's
Division president. Dine urged the CRC to work with their new
senator and congressman in educating them about the issues in the
Middle East which confront the United States and the Jewish com-
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Israel's Big Payola Scandal
Charged With Taking Kickbacks
Continued from Page 1-
tributed the charge sheet, signed I
by State Attorney Gabriel Bach,
and explained his decision.
HE SAID he had turned down
police recommendations to bring
charges based on five separate
files against Abuh. A sixth, in-
volving suspected election bribes
in Ramie in 1978, was also found 1
lacking after long consideration.
The two remaining files con-
cerned suspicions and allegations
that Abuh had received bribes
during 1978 and 1979 from three
separate Bnei Berak Torah insti-
tutions in return for inflating his
ministry's allocations to these
Charged with Abuh are his
senior aide, Moshe Gabbai
both men are to be arraigned for
taking bribes and Shmuel
Daskal, of Vishnitz Yeshiva, and
Amram Daskal, of the Yemenite
Heritage Institute, who are,
charged with giving bribes.
A third institution involved is
the Spinka Yeshiva in Bnei
Herak, whose director, Hermun
Fruchter, is apparently to be
a state's witness alongside
ACCORDING to the charge
sheet, Gottleib did the arranging
of the deals, and transmitted the
moneys to the aide, Gabbai, after
having reached the various
agreements in conversations with
the minister. Moreover, Gottleib
reported directly to the minister
on the completion of the various
Among the sums cited in the
charge sheet is one of IL 125,000
(from the Vishnitz institutions)
and another of IL 225,000 from
the Spinka institutions (both of
these are Hassidic courts in Bnei
"Sources close to Abuh" were
cited" Monday night by Kol
Yisrael as being "surprised" that
the Attorney General had
decided to press charges on the
basis of the evidence at his
disposal. Abuh was said to be
confident that his innocence
would eventually be proven. He
was said to feel a victim of "the
greatest manhunt" this country
has ever witnessed.
Pioneer Women
Dimona Beth Chapter of
Pioneer Women will meet Dec.
17, 12:30 p.m. at Adath
Yeshurim Temple, Miami
Gardens Drive and 10th Avenue.
A short business meeting will
be held. The social hour will con-
sist of a cultural program
followed by an Israeli film. Mem-
bers are urged to attend.

Shepard Broad
Morris N. Broad

Friday, December 12,1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
* Sisterhood Sponsors Oneg Shabbat Sixth Annual Anniversary
of Talmudic University
There will be a Sisterhood
meeting on Thursday, Dec. 4 at 8
Friday eve services will begin
at 8 with Rabbi Paul Plotkin con-
ducting and Cantor Joseph
Wichelewski chanting the
liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat will
be sponsored by Sisterhood.
Sabbath morning services will
begin at 9 with Rabbi Plotkin and
Cantor Wichelewski officiating.
The Kiddush will be provided by
* *
Hallandale Jewish
Center Events
Cantor Paul Zim will lead the
Friday service at Hallandale
Jewish Center, Dec. 12, 8 p.m.,
accompanied by our synagogue
choir and conducted by Alan
Chester. This service will be .
preview of his concert to be given
at the center on Sunday, Dec. 14
it 8 p.m.
musical experience.
He succeeded in the cantorial
posts of Richard Tucker and
Moshe Kusevitzky, two of the
most famous tenors of this
century. His Friday evening
cantorial service will be a treat to
lur congregation, as well as the
iallandale environs.
guest artist has enter-
audiences from Maine to
California and from Johannes-
burg to Jerusalem, with his
inique blend of Jewish "soul"
nusic, popular, Chassidic
avorites, opera and the latest
ounds of Israel.
Cantor Zim's magnificent
Jenor voice has been captured on
umerous recordings as he con-
tinues to bring Jewish music and
.ill lire to his fans everywhere.
This evening Cantor Zim will
ring music to your heart, and
ughter to your soul as he
gales you in an unforgettable
^ NO NO at
Temple Sinai

Enianuel Razinovksy, af-
lionately known as No No, will
The guest speaker at Temple
ai, Friday evening, Dec. 19, at
will be directing his
arks on "Israel and the
i*OTa." 'Federation-
ague Relationships;" and
mnity Involvement of Our
No, who has his masters
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ntly studying for his
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There will be no Sunday School
classes on Dec. 6 to enable all
families to attend the 2nd Annual
Chanukah Picnic at T-Y Park
sponsored by the Men's Club.
Families from Temple Israel will
gather at Pavillion 15 at 11 a.m.
for a full day of fun. Maccabiah
games (mini-olympicsl will take
place throughout the day for
Hebrew School class competition.
Food and beverages should be
brought by each family. Every
family should bring their
Chanukah Menorah for the
special Sunset service.
The temple board will meet on
Tuesday at 8 p.m.
The Golden Age Club will meet
at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday for a
business meeting and program.
Refreshments will be served.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swire
cordially invite all members of
the Greater Miami community to
reserve their seats for the Sixth
Annual Anniversary Banquet of
the Talmudic University of
Florida to take place at the
Crown Hotel on Sunday evening,
Dec. 14 at 6:30, with cocktails at
5:30. Swire, an active
businessman in real estate all his
life, is chiefly responsible for the
remodeling of the Talmudic
University's premises which are
nearing the final stages of
completion. As the needs of
Yeshivas have changed and
grown with the times, Swire, a
former student of the Hebrew
Institute of Boro Park (Eitz
Chaim), has recognized the needs
of an improved physical premise
for Talmudic University.
Mrs. Swire, formerly Sadye
Kornreich, is a former resident of
Miami Beach. Her three sons all
attended the Hebrew Academy.
Reservations can be made by
calling the University at 534-7050
or 534-8444.
New Synaagogue
A new synagogue, The Levi
Yitzhok Chabad, has been
organized in Hollywood. Services
are held at 1504 Wiley St., and
are scheduled for Fridays at 5:10
p.m., and Saturdays at 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m.
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Its going to be a Great Day in North Oade. Loehmann's Plaza, your first, full-fledgod, all-frills
shopping center is opening
HIGH (Free Balloon Rides)
WIDE (More than 50 fine shops, including Loehmann's, the original, original-fashion
discounter and Best's, for the grand brand names, plus restaurants, theatres),
HANDSOME AND THENS0ME (Marching Bands, Prizes, Surprises
Amazing Magic, Breathtaking Fire Eaters, Caricatures, Lemonade, hsanuts, Popcorn
and crackerjack values in every store, every shop every boutique.)
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Soutfc Qhamd
Spotftgk On
VMnttM-14 IQHfl
Friday, December 12,1980
i'i i in i 11 11
by Rochelle Koenig^
Prominent Hollywood attorney
Leonard Romanik and lovely
wife, interior designer, Teddi.
recently enjoyed a visit from
talented daughter, Susie. She is a
professional photographer, a
graduate of Rochester Institute
of Technology, and is employed
by Time magazine. Susie travels
throughout the country working
on quality color control for the
unique Time covers.
Two Romanik sons also moved
far from home. Steven, an ac-
complished chef, is living near
Detroit, in Milford, Mich., and
recently opened an intimate
gourmet restaurant. "The
ApjM teaser Andy, a graduate
of Cornell, is in San Francisco,
associated with the famous St.
Francis Hotel. Fortunately,
attorney son David and his wife
.loan, chose South Broward for
their home So I^eonard and
Teddi are able to enjoy frequent
visits with adorable grand-
daughter. Miu. The Romanik
family reflects a variety of dif-
ferent, fascinating interests
Pride in the accomplishments
of our family should be shared
with friends and neighbors .
Mori.s and Motive Fogelman were
thrilled recently to experience B
most meaningful event In honor
ol then family, sons Avion and
Robert had dedicated the
Fogelman College ol Business
ind Economics at Memphis
I niversily. Man) dignitaries
were al the impressive caramon}
including close friends Otto and
Evelyn Mieber. The Fogelmans
have always bean community
leaders local!> and in Memphis
and have established a tradition
ol commitment to charitable
Harry and Edrfti Swart 7man
were Belighted when their two
bright, teenage granddaughti
decided '" spend m\ weeks in
Israel. In fact, sixteen year-old
Cindy Konowitz from Dover. Del.
was so impressed bj the Israeli
people and hal she learned, that
-lie ejhose tn become a Hat
Mit/.voh at The Wall in
Jerusalem The emotion of this
touching experience was even felt
hack home by the girls loving
grandparents. Soon the Swar-
tzmans will celebrate another
simcha the Bar Mitzvah of
their grandson.
More good news Steven
Kelleri, son of Dr. Albert Kellert
and Vicky Kellert has been
chosen to receive the Century III
Leaders Scholarship at Nova
High School Andrea Stone,
daughter of Dr. Melvin and
Shirley Stone, has been awarded
a Fulbright Scholarship by the
Hoard of Foreign Scholarships of
the Institute for International
Education. Andrea is presently
at the U. of Texas, where she is a
candidate for a doctor of
philosophy degree. She plans to
continue her studies in
(Guatemala Risa Mish is
recipient of the 1980 National
Council of Teachers of Fnglish
Award in Writing. Risa has
elected to complete her out-
standing senior year at Nova
High before joining her family
and new home in South Carolina.
Making this possible are Dick
and Bunny Blattner, who have
cheerfully welcomed her into
their home for the school year.
The Hlaltners are even seen al all
the band events when- Risa
performs as the talented student
conductor. It's beautiful to have
people like the Hlattners in our
Ma/el to\ to Dr. Samuel and
Linda Winn on the Bar Mitzvah
ol son, Peter Marlene
Lusskin of 'Temple Sinai has been
elected \ ice president al large ol
the Southeast Region of the
United S\ nagogue.
The South Broward Bar
Auxiliary celebrated a gala -Oth.
Ajyuvursa} dinner part, at the
Pembroke Lakes Country Club.
Present enthusiastic officers
include Jo Kllen Kalis I.Mrs.
Nciill. president. Diana
Wasserman (Mrs. Jeff I vice
president and dinner chairperson.
Joan Romunik (Mrs. David) and
Debbie Finkaistein (Mrs. Larry I.
secretaries, Owen Horvitz (Mrs.
David i. treasurer.
The group had been organized
under the leadership of lounding
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president, Rose Marie Yeslow.
Other previous leaders at the
dinner included Joy Glasel with
husband Paul Marzl and Doug
Kaplan, Joann and Sherman
Katz, Maxine and Hal Satchel!,
Barbara and Joel Kopelman,
Shirley and Barry Webber.
Following dinner the Nova
High Chamber Singers presented
a delightful musical program. It
was great fun greeting old and
new friends.
At holiday time we think of our
family and relatives. South
Broward residents are quite
accustomed to traveling in order
to be together with loved ones.
Dr. Israel and Josephine
Budasoff enjoyed 'Thanksgiving
with their family in New York
and then visited friends in
Washington and
Dr. Alfred and
Florence Rosenthal traveled with"
Stuart and Nancy to California
and a happy family reunion with
son Danny, a student at USC .
Dr. Herb and Nancy Brizd spent
a few days with Nancy's parents
in Sarasota Dr. Norman and
Nancy Atkin delighted in a
happy Thanksgiving reunion
with family at their vacation
home in Stockbridge, Mass. .
Dr. Saul and Millie Nitzberg
shared a holiday visit with
relatives in New Jersey.
For a welcome change from the
hectic pace of the city, Ted and
Joyce Newman and son, Jeff
relaxed in Nassau Mary Zinn
and Beatryce Halpern have
returned from an exciting month
long holiday. After a delightful
cruise to Mexico and California, |
they visited the beautiful
westcoast and glittering Las
Vegas ... Dr. Karl and Carol
Morgenstein were warmly
welcomed in Brazil where the
doctor was invited to address the
Brazilian Congress of
Otolaryngology. The Morgen-
steins also toured Rio de Janeiro
and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Next trip will be to New York
where Karl will lecture at Mt.
Sinai Hospital.
For armchairs travelers, I
highly recommend the
magnificent slides taken in China
by Jerry and Perle Siegel.
Sharing the photographic
evening with us were Jim and
Barbara Miller, Dr. Harvey and
Barbara Peretz, Russell and Joy
The Siegels are accomplished
photographers who have traveled
extensively, and the "China
Production" is a treat.
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The Jewish Ploridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
erican Friends Honor Lefton
II At a recent cocktail
Jield by Mr. and Mrs.
(Gordon of Bal Harbour.
philanthropist and
nity activist Donald
was honored in
Ition for his installation as
jit of the Miami Chapter
[la dinner Dec. 17, at the
ebleau Hotel, according
A. Levy, chairman of
iird of the Greater Miami
of the American Friends
Hebrew University and
Btieber, chairman for the
[State of Florida.
[wring together to honor
> and his wife Many, local
inity leader Norman
[n noted: "Donald Lefton
ader in the world Jewish
unity and it is our privilege
i him homage." Rabbi Leon
i cited Donald's past work
Miami community and
out the needs of the
I University of Jerusalem.
Laid Lefton, president of the
Donald Lefton (second right), waa honored at a party given by Merrill
Gordon (second left), for his installation aa president on December 17
of the Miami Chapter of the AFHU. Joining with him are AFHU Otto
Stieber (left) of Hallandale, Chairman of the State of Florida and Nat
Pritcher (right), Chairman of the Holly wood-Hallandale Chapter.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service: Board of Trustees of
Miami Beach Community Health
Association and Dade County
Health Planning Council; Board
of Directors of Temple Beth
Sholom and Board of Directors of
South Florida Savings and Loan
The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem is the oldest of Israel's
universities. It maintains and
continues to enhance its status as
the nation's foremost institution
of higher education. With its
return to Mt. Scopus, its original
home, the university now
operates on four campuses.
The Hebrew University has an
enrollment of well over ib.uuu
and is by far the largest of
Israel's universities. Through its
varied curricula and its exensive
research programs, the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem con-
tinues to perform in terms of its
historic three-fold program which
dates back close to a century ago
when the university idea was
born. The Hebrew University
serves Israel by providing pro-
fessional manpower, training its
I future leaders and with science
| hastening the process of its de-
velopment. It serves the Jewish
people by creating an intellectual
center for all Jewry. It serves
humanity by extending know-
ledge in all fields.
Continental Services Cor-
poration, owns and operates a
chain of hotels and is a graduate
of Ohio State University as well
as Western Reserve University
Law School.
Among Lefton's community
activities, he serves as an officer
and member of the Board of
Directors of Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, former head of its
community relations, leadership
development and public relations
committees and present head of
its Mis son's program. Other
activities include member of
National Board of Governors of
National Jewish Community Re-
lations Advisory Council:
National Vice President of
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry; Board of Directors of
Lecture at Hallandale Jewish Center
y, Dec. 12, at 8 p.m.. Dr.
|Klein. Rabbi officiating,
Jacob Danziger chanting
liturgy, will be assisted
Temple Choir, conducted
in Chester.
Friday evening is
fcited to the Sisterhood of the
Indale Jewish Center. The
has written a special
a i a about the Sabbath,
will be presented by of-
of the Sisterhood and the
cal part of the Cantata was
ared by Alan Chester, choir
jr, in conjunction with
lor Jacob Danziger. The
jut a is based upon the poem
he Lecha Dodi, composed by
|mo Alkavetz, which we recite
fy Friday evening as the
Iral theme of the service. The
Im itself describes the
Itionship between God and
Israel as the relationship between
bride and groom, in which the
Sabbath is the motivating factor
of this relationship. The following
ladies will participate in the
dramatic readings:
Helen Klein, who will read the
candlelighting prayer; voice no. 1
- Rose Azzerrad;voice no. 2 Rose
Fritsker; voice no. 3 Jeanne
Frank; voice no. 4 Eva Forsyth;
voice no. 5 Beatrice Olenick;
voice no. 6 Rose Esterson; voice
no. 7 Pearl Hochheiser; voice
no. 8 Sara Paskow.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
the services, which will be hosted
by the Sisterhood.
Saturday morning, Dec. 13, at
8:45 a.m., the Rabbi's sermon
topic will be "The Reunification
of the Family."
Saturday afternoon Minchah
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Tetley packs into every tea bag. That's why hot
or iced, Tetley Tea gives you rich, refreshing
flavor. Tetleythe favorite tea in Jewish homes
since 1875.
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at 5 p.m., to be followed by a
class on the Book of Psalms,
conducted by Rabbi Klein.
Daily Services
Mornings at 8:30 a.m.. af-
ternoons at 5 p.m.
Adult Education Schedule
Monday, Dec. 15, at 10 a.m. -
Beginners Hebrew, Advanced
Hebrew, Sabbath Prayer; 7 p.m. -
Talmud Class; 8 p.m. Jewish
Wednesday, Dec. 17, at 10 a.m.
Advanced Hebrew Conversation;
Thursday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m. -
Bible Class; 8 p.m. Yiddish
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Friday, December 12,1960
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An Evening on Cults | people Helping People
I he (ull Sub-( ommitteeof the I Pn nliilmMinn. f ,u r>..i. A ** M.
The Cult Sub-Committee of the
CRC of JFSB, together with the
.ICC of Hollywood will jointly
sponsor "An Evening on Cults"
al lemple Helh El On Tuesday.
Dec. 30, at 7:30 p.m. This is the
second in a series of programs
being developed to sensitize our
college youth as well as high
school students to the cult
problem on college campuses and
in the general area.
The pr.igram will include a
discussion on the cults led by
Rabbi Hen Homer of Temple Beth
El, Kabbi Robert Jacobs n|
lemple Sold and Nancy Tobin,
director ni Mroward and Dade
Counties llillel Foundations.
Imitations are being extended
to college and university
students as well as senior high
school students through the
synagogues and Jewish
organizations of the South
Mroward area. The program is
also intended as a "homecoming"
occasion for college students
returning from the campuses.
The discussion will be followed
by a social which will include
Israeli dancing, beer, coke and
Co-chairpersons of the Cult
Sub-Committee are Kleanor
llandleman and Meral F.hren-
For additional information,
contact Kabbi Harold Kichter at
the Federation or Judy (ilazer at
the Hollywood .ICC.
The first Interfaith
Thanksgiving Service in several
years was held al the Hollywood
Hills United Methodist Church.
Members of all faiths par-
ticipated. Participants from the
Jewish Community include
Rabbi Robert Frazin, who
delivered the sermon; Kabbi
Harold Kichter. JFSB Chaplain,
who introduced the speaker.
Kabbi Men Homer of Temple Beth
F.I. who led the Scripural
Heading; Sandi Khani of CRC
who read "A Prayer of
Thanksgiving"; and Flaine
llandleman of CRC who gave the
benediction. The service was
sponsored by the Interfaith
Council of (ireater Hollywood,
the Ministerial Association of
Hollywood. The South Mroward
Council of Rabbis and The South
Mroward Deanery.
Second Lecture Series
In the second lecture in the
General Series, entitled "The
Future of World Jewry,"
sponsored by the Hallandale
Jewish Center, Rabbi Albert B.
Schwartz will discuss "The
Future of Russian Jewry" on
Thursday. Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. in
the Chapel of the Center. 416 NF
8 Ave., at 4th Court.
Rabbi Schwartz, presently
Director of the Chaplaincy
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l.auderdale, has a very line
background of secular and
rabbinical education. He received
his Rabbical training and or-
dination at the Ner Israel
Rabbinical College in Baltimore.
Md. From the Johns Hopkins
University he received his B.S.
degree, an M.A. in history from
Yeshivah University in N.Y.,
another M.A. from Trenton State
College in Counseling and
Guidance. At the present time he
is completing his requirments for
the degree of Doctor of
Philosophy at Dropsie College in
During his 21 year ministry at
Congregation Shaarey Tefilah in
Perth Amboy. New Jersey. Rabbi
Schwartz was active in local and
State community affairs. He was
chairman of the board of
education of the Hebrew
Academy of Central New Jersey;
member of the board of governors
of Perth Amboy General
Hospital and a member of the
board of directors of the Perth
Amboy YMHA. Also. Chairman
of the Advisory Committee to the
Attorney General for Kosher Law
Enforcement, President of the
Rabbinical Council of New
Jersey, and member of the Board
of Governors of the Jewish
Federation of Northern Mid-
dlesex County of New Jersey.
In addition. Rabbi Schwartz
has served as
Secretary Treasurer of the
Rabbinical Council of America.
This lecture is open to the
general public. Those who have
registered for the Temple Adult
Education Program need only
bring and show their cards;
others are requested to make an
offering of $ 1 to the fund.
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On Dec. 3, the first day of
Chanukah. 25 brave Jewish
I ideration of South Mroward and
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center employees gave the best
gift of all. the gift of life blood.
This is the third year that the
employees have participated in
this worthy program, explained
Maureen Nolan, chairman of the
JFSB Blood Hank. The program
provides much-needed blood for
such daily emergencies as ac-
cidents and major surgery.
This year not many had to
disqualify themselves from
giving due to underweight, there
is a minimum weight limit of 110
pounds; but others did due to
histories of diseases such as
allergies, hepatitis and heart
disease, or recent surgery. Then.
of course, some disqualified
themselves through just plain
Many did arrive to work pale
and frightened on the appointed
day, but they soon learned there
was nothing to fear. "The process
was simple and relatively
painless. It only took about 30
minutes during which a medical
history was taken along with
temperature, pulse. blood
pressure and hemoglobin tests.
Once passed these, the actual
giving of blood lasted for only
seven minutes. A glass of juice
was then served to replace
fluids." explained Kelly Briant.
"It's only one little pint," Mrs.
Nolan added. "Since the average
person has about 11 pints of
blood which are soon replenished,
the small loss is easily afforded."
When one actually sees where
one's blood goes, the involvement
is strengthened. Two Federation
employees had that opportunity
last year when Jackie Leizens
and Irving Fox were asked due to
their similar blood types by
Memorial Hospital Blood Bank
to give blood to a leukemia victim
in the hospital at that very time.
The special process used to
obtain platelet* from the blood is
called phereses. During the two
hours each spent attached to the
phereses machine, the family of
the leukemia patient came to
visit and thank them for helping
to save their relative.
Mrs. Leizens said. "To actually
see where one's blood was going
and to witness the family's
appreciation of our effort made
the small amount of time it took
to give even more rewarding."
"Another reward is that when
a donor or his family needs blood
it will be available for him. It is
an investment which doesn't cost
anything." Mrs. Nolan
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The Jewish Floridian and ShofarofiZreate^HoUyi
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look Fair Big Success
lAlfrtsd lUisenthal. pic-
|t-xtreme right, presented
Friedman (center) with
of the committee
the results of the sue-
first Annual Book Fair
[emple Sinai, Hollywood,
ig that more than $ 1,500
1 hooks were sold to mem-
lie congregation and their
Mrs. Rosenthal said
|of the project was due to
jl cooperation of all the
| the Temple. She is chair-
the Temple Sinai Kduca-
^mmittee and was also
i of the Hook Fair.
Wallace Siff, pictured at
left, helped to coordinate
L'k's activities. They in-
la Nov. 16 presentation by
Inna Spector: a puppet
In the holiday of ("hanukah
Wed by the Vengers
Fleers).Mrs. Hoslyn Z.
educational director also
to coordinate the morning
|s successful Open School
vhich was well-attended by
and children of the
mis School.
Albert Apseloff, second
Lhe left, was in charge of the
(leers who manned the Book
(throughout the week-long
ty which started Friday
ng. Nov. 14 and ended the
ig of Thursday, Nov. 20.
It isn't easy being a stepparent
} stepchild. However, it is a
of life for thousands of single
I'nls who remarry, and their
|hat s why the Hollywood
will be holding a special
workshop on handling
iren from a former marriage
f'uesday. Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. It
be held at the Center,' 2838
rwood Boulevard. Leading
group will be Marsha
nan, a family therapist
pializing in counseling
Iren of divorce and
I here is a whole new set of
lionships involved when
Iren from two families
pine into one," says Judy
er, adult education coor-
or for the Hollywood JCC.
it doesn't have to be like
lerella putting up with her
"nother and stepsisters.
Ided families can produce
loving relationships for
pe workshop is geared to
P"K people 'discuss and
'l|> the skills to handle
Nems that occur in a
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I hat it will be specially
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JPH remarriage and marrieds
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Mrs. I'aul Horowitz, shown to
the right of Rabbi Friedman,
represented the VIF (Very
Important l'arentsl, serving as
hostess along with the president
of the VI1*. Mrs. Steven Sinert.
at the VIP sponsored coffee n'
donuls on Sunday morning.
Other members of the com-
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photograph were: Mrs. Steven
Sinerl, ; Mrs. Arnold Singer who,
along with Mrs. Lois Fineberg,
were responsible for the clever
posters and flyers advertising the
event; and Mrs. Stephen Platt
who handled all the publicity.
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v NnvamhiirU 1UHJI
Friday, December 12, lggo"
News in Brief
Reagan Will be Friendlier to IsraelJavits
BOSTON Sen. Jacob K.
Javits (R.. N.Y.I predicted to
delegates at a convention here
that Israel's interest would be
better served, at least in the short
run, by the policies of the in-
coming administration of
President-Elect Ronald Reagan
than it President Carter had been
Speaking at the final session of
the 82nd anniversary National
Hifii in.11 Convention of the Union
61 Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America. Sen.
Javits also told the 300 delegates
that "the difference between
Reagan and Carter is that
Reagan will put a greater em-
phasis on security, improving
Israels ability to defend itself,
thus making Israel more useful to
the United States and its allies in
the area. Carter would have tried
to effectuate a general peace in
the area through the Camp David
process." which Sen. Javits
described as '' now a dead end."
LONDON Michael Foot,
newly-elected leader of Britain's
opposition Labor Party, has
made a strong call for friendship
between Britain and Israel here
and especially between Socialists
in both countries. Addressing a
dinner of the Labor Friends of
Israel, he offered his first
comments on Middle East
matters in many years.
It was intended to reassure
Sen. Jacob Javits
Labor's influential pro-Israel
lobby that although he is a left-
winger on economic matters, he
does not share the anti-Israel bias
of several other left-wingers.
Nevertheless, he made clear that
he would steer an even course
between Israeli and Arab
positions. He described the
Palestine conflict as one between
"two rights," adding that such
conflicts can be more dangerous
than those between a right and a
Minister Menachem Begin has
banned a political gathering of
Israeli Arabs that was to be held
in Nazareth on Saturday. Acting
on his authority as Defense
Minister. Begin maintained that
the purpose of the planned
meeting, known as the "Arab
Congress," was to identify with
the Palestine Liberation
Organization which is an illegal
body under Israeli law.
The organizers of the Congress
flatly denied the charge and said
that they would consider "all
legal means" to fight the ban.
This could include an appeal to
the Supreme Court and regional
gatherings in all Arab centers in
Israel. Begin acted under the
emergency regulations dating
from the British Mandate which
are still applicable under Israeli
PARIS Israels Foreign
Minister Itzhak Shamir stressed
here that Israel "does not accept
the premises of the Venice
Declaration" the joint statement
issued by the nine member states
last summer calling for the with-
drawal of Israeli troops behind
the 1967 lines and PLO par-
ticipation in the peace process.
Shamir, in an interview with
/,. Monde, said Israel continues
to rely on the Camp David
agreements and is prepared "to
make further concessions and
sacrifices within this
JERUSALEM The case of
Viktor Brailovsky. renowned
Soviet cybcrneticist and Jewish
activist and refusenik arrested in
Moscow on Nov. 13, is a "test
case for the entire future of
Soviet Jewry," according to
Brailovskys former colleague,
Prof. Mark Azbel.
Azbel is now a professor of
physics at Tel Aviv University,
having himself struggled long
and hard before being allowed to
leave the Soviet Union.
He told newsmen here Monday
that Brailovskys case mmfi
unique and therefore fatd
for the whole Jewish acticism and
Ahya movement because he
was the first scientist refusenil-
whom the Soviets had arrested
specifically for Jewish activities.
Currently held in the notorious
Butyerki Prison, Brailovsky has
and will be charged for anti-
Soviet slander" on the basis of
his activity as editor of the
publication, Jews in the USSR
German Jew Critical of Pope
BONN (JTA) The chairman of the West Ger-
man Jewish community, Werner Nachmann, has
criticized Pope John Paul II for not giving enough
support to the Egyptian-Israeli peace talks.
In an interview published in Die Welt, a few days
after he led a delegation of 30 prominent West German
Jews in a meeting with the Pope in Mainz, Nachmann also
regretted that the Vatican has failed to officially recognize
the State of Israel or to send a top-ranking envoy to
ASKED ABOUT the Pope's remarks to the Jewish
delegation that there was a need for all people to be recon-
ciled in Jerusalem, Nachmann said: "I hope that what the
Pope meant was that Jerusalem with its holy places is
today accessible to all religions. I hope that the Pope
meant he wishes peace will come and prays for it, that the
present situation will be kept untouched."
In its meeting with the Pope, the Jewish delegation
had asked the Pontiff to support the present situation in
Jerusalem, noting that never in its history was access to
the holy places by people of all faiths more free than it is
now. During the meeting, the Pope refrained from men-
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[Friday. December 12,1980
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 17
NCCJ Says Baptist
Smith is Dangerous
NEW YORK Dr. David
[Hyatt. president of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, has issued a response to
Jailey Smith's remark in a recent
sermon in which he is quoted as
laying that Jews have "funny-
ooking noses."
In a statement given to the
Kress from his New York
headquarters Hyatt said:
Once again Americans are
hocked by a public comment
[rom a Christian religious leader
hat reflects the kind of latent
nti-Semitism that exists in this
alum. It's those kinds of snide
emarks that, if left un-
hallenged, plant the virulent
ancers that lead to Holocausts,
artheid laws and social
epression. sanctioned by an elite
NCCJ CALLS upon all
Vinericans, especially our
political leaders led by President
Carter and President-Elect
Reagan, to rise in unison against
that kind of racist slur.
"Dr. Smith should keep his
anti-Semitic feelings to himself,
and certainly not use the pulpit
to promulgate his brand of
bigotry and anti-Semitism. It is
unconscionable and immoral for
him to use his position as head of
the Southern Baptist Convention
to fan the flames of prejudice.
"This unthinking anti-Semitic
remark from his recent sermon,
Why did God choose the Jews? I
don't know why. I think they've
got funny-looking noses myself. I
don't know why. That's God's
business,' was reported in the
Dallas Morning News on Nov. 13.
"HIS EARLIER remark in
Dallas in August that God
Almighty does not hear the
prayer of a Jew' was theologically
Leo Mindlin
Continued from Page 4
unions of candidates for his
linnet choices are the same old
ixon-Ford brokers. In their
nks were women, to whom he
muld have paid particularly
itiiaj attention, but they were
ilv grudgingly listed and then
. at the bottom of the pecking
der of power. Blacks did not
any better. As for Jews,
lmm Mr. Reagan courted so
Sadly, now they are forgotten.
Replacing the Georgians in a
w fortress are the Californians
d. one step removed, the old
iiiires of another era.
IN THE Sen. Percy trip to
iscow, we see a-*frank state-
nt to the Russians that SALT
is dead a position that
.nan espoused prominently
iring his campaign for the
esidency. But it is a position
pt the Democrats, while they
possessed overwhelming
romance in the Congress,
|nl>raced just as well, except for
isidenl Carter himself, and so
le Keagan view on SALT II is
krdly either new or daring.
[Similarly, Sen. Percy, as the
lesident-Elect's emissary, has
K-ady let Mr. Reagan's Jewish
pportera know that the brave
|.i!'.;m words about the PLO
a Palestinian state were just
it words to be swept aside
a frankly expedient political
|iipaigner's grandstanding
the presidency was won.
ke the post-campaign dust has
fled, the traditional power-
flers are reinstated and the
f'lnuum of petro-diplomacy
is an inauspicious beginning.
jl'resident-Klect's. His oppor-
|ty is rare: considering his
he will essentially be a lame
President, a man if he will
[us own man, with nothing to
| except the freedom to choose
sees it. With nothing to-lose
iis place in history were his
|ces to be uninspired.
|>e South Broward Chapter of
American Society for
|nk>n, Women's Division, will
|its next meeting on Monday,
15, at noon, at Galahad
|h, 3001 South Ocean Dr.
Sam B. Topf, president of
|Greater Miami chapter of
iion. will present a talk and
fntitled Israel Reports."
aerican Savings Bank will
la short talk and prizes will
pered. Refreshments will be
And yet, Mr. Reagan is already
embarked on the old ways, quite
as if he were not a lame duck and
all that being a lame duck offers
as advantage. He is looking to
assure his place in history by
treading lightly upon the present,
and therefore relinquishing it in
the future.
primitive, and this is a throwback
to the cruel and vicious way of
thinking that spawned the Ku
Klux Klan and the Nazi
"As a Catholic and a Christian,
I find his comments repugnant,
outrageous and dangerous. They
must not be allowed to go
unanswered. Dr. Smith ap-
parently forgets that Jesus
Himself as a Jew. Moreover, he in
no way speaks for the Christian
community as a whole.
"Indeed, his attitude toward
Jews, if his remarks are an in-
dication, are not only anti-
Semitic and anti-Christian, as
well, but they violate the spirit
and teachings of Jesus.
"THE DALLAS press reports
of Dr. Smith's remarks, taken in
context, indicate he thought he
was being humorous and
lighthearted and that he loves
his Jewish friends.'
"But the implication of what
he said was insensitively
derogatory and a gross and
terrible put-down, sadly un-
worthy of any Christian or Jew
with ecumenical understanding,
let alone the president of
America's most numerically
dominant Protestant group."
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. December 12,1980
Chanukah Celebration in
South Broward Institutions
Joel A. Schneider, M.D.,
chairman of the Chaplaincy
Committee of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
announced that Chanukah
services and celebrations were
held in several South Broward
institutions as part of
Federation's Chaplaincy
Dunia Nursing Home's
Chanukah program was led by
the Solel Singers of Temple Solel;
(jolfcrest Nursing Home's
Chunukah Service and
cek-bration was conducted by
Temple Sinai's USY.
Hollywood Hills Nursing
Home Celebration was led by the
Temple Youth Group of Temple
Solel. Washington Manor
Nursing Home held a celebration.
with students of Beth Shalom
Day School heading the program.
Ilallandale Rehabilitation Center
celebrated Chanukah with a
program by students of the Hillel
Community Day School. The R &
R (iuest Home's Chanukah
service was led by Rabbi Harold
Rkhter, Chaplainof JFSB.
Chanukah Services and
celebrations were also conducted
at the South Florida State
Hospital, where the Aviva B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapter
prepared a collation for geriatric
patients. Rabbi Richter con-
ducted the service there. There
was also a celebration for all the
students of the Children's
Division of t he State Hospital.
Refreshments were donated by
the Optimist Club. Gifts were
distributed to all the students.
Rabbi Richter conducted the
service and celebration there. A
service for all patients was held in
the chapel. The USY group of
Temple Israel of Miramar led
that service. The collation was
prepared by the Hillcrest and
HaUandale Chapters of Women's
B'nai B'rith.
Also participating in
distribution Chanukah gelt were
members of David Ben Gurion
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Services
were also conducted at Broward
Correctional Institution by Rabbi
Richter. Sarah Brackis assisted
him in the celebration. Rabbi
Richter also participated in the
Chanukah celebrations at the
JCC of Hollywood's Senior Day
Care Center at Temple Sinai and
at the main building on
Hollywood Blvd.
The area's hospital dietary
departments were encouraged to
serve the traditional Chanukah
latkes delicacy. The Chaplaincy
also distributed pamphlets to all
hospital patients with greetings
and an explanation of the
Chanukah festival. All hospitals
displayed Chanukah decorations
and in some cases Menorot.
Wishes to Announce the Relocation of his
Medical Practice from The Cooper Medical
Center, Hollywood to 2005 Van Buren St.
Hollywood for the practice of General
Medicine, effective Nov. 29,1980.
Tel: 923-4447
Medicare Assignments Accepted
House Call Service Available to Registered Patients
Books for Brandeis
Remember the great book sale
held annually at Hollywood Mall
in March? It's that time again to
collect the books! Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee. Greater Hollywood
Chapter, runs the event.
Proceeds will be used to purchase
l>ooks, journals and microfilm for
the various libraries at the
Donations of hardcover books
of all kinds, paperbacks, art
magazines, sheet music, and
records will be appreciated. The
following members will pick up
your donations and give you a
tax receipt in return: Bea Kutell
Richard W. Levin, M.D., P.A.
Diplomate American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry
TELEPHONE (305) 922-7900
(454-6472) and Belldayre Jacobs
The book sale will be held
March 2,3. 4, and 5 at the Mall.
From the quality of the books
already on hand the event
promises to be more exciting for
lucky buyers than ever before.
If you need it
for your home
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He'd give him one of his kidneys, if he could. Both
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So Joey waits.
A kidney machine can buy precious time. But the
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And living with a kidney machine -hours ancr hours.
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There are thousands of children and adults whose
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Their odds for a suitable match improve every time
someone signs and carries a donor card.
To be an organ donor is a decision you should
make for yourself. What would you do if Joey were
your child?
For more information, ask your local kidney
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The Jewish PloHdian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 19
Israel Bond Events

I Alfred Lowy
jnd Alfred Lowy will
Israel's Generation
Bt the Galahad West
I to Israel" to be held
Dec. 15 at 8 p.m. The
111 be recognized for their
[with the Israel Bond
tion and the United
Lppeal. They have been
Jewish communal
Ir many years.
[Cohen will be special
Btertainer. Dr. Harry
[chairman; co-chairmen
ey S. Hodes, George
: and Dr. Irwin Travis.
rk will sponsor a
Israel" in cooperation
[Israel Bonds Organiza-
tion to honor the B'nai B'rith
Harry S. Truman Lodge. The
event is slated for Tuesday, Dec.
16 at 8 p.m. The lodge will receive
Israel's Generation Award,
recognizing their many years of
support for the Israel Bonds Pro-
gram and for their support of the
local Jewish community. Chair-
man of the event is William
Residents of Aquarius will
honor Daniel and Ethel Levenson
with Israel's City of Peace Award
at a "Night for Israel" to be held
Wednesday, Dec. 17, 8 p.m. in
the Cascade Room. The Leven-
sons have been active in numer-
ous Jewish and civic groups.
They are founders of the Hebrew
University and Technion in Israel
and of the Maimonides Institute
in Long Island. Members of the
Israel Bonds Prime Ministers
Club, the Levensons belong to
the B'nai B'rith Century Club
and are active with the UJA,
Hadassah and Histadrut. They
have been very active in the
Soviet Jewry movement and
have been instrumental in
helping thousands of Soviet Jews
relocate to Israel.
|ETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
rm (44)
["Conservative. Rabbi Israel
Ban. 144 A)
ISRAEL. 6920 SW 3Sth St.
live Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
ephWicheiewski. (4S)
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lETH EMET. Pines Middle
) n w Douglas Rd Liberal
kabbi Bennet Creenspon.
N THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Irwood. Conservative. Rabbi
. Shoter.
IS Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheon
17473 NW 4th St. (69)
jve. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
(in, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob
22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Kingsley. Cantor Irving
|BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Dnservative. Rabbi Max
JETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
JETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
Jtservative. Rabbi Morton
ly Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
.1504 Wiley St.
ISINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Con
Rabbi Seymour Friedman.
Emeritus David Shapiro.
|obert Ungar.
SOLEL 5100 Sheridan St.
Fla. 33021. Liberal
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin.
Michael Kyrr. (47C)
LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
Orthodox. Rabbi Moshe
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Murray and Pearl Levine
Residents of Galahad III will
celebrate a "Night for Israel" on
Tuesday Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. in the
Social Hall and at the same time,
honor Murray and Pearl Levine
with Israel's Solidarity Award.
The Levines have been active
in numerous Jewish and civic
affairs including B'nai B'rith,
American Jewish Congress, UJA
and the Jewish Federation.
Special guest will be Larry
Dorn, well-known comedian and
humorist. Chairpersons are Mr.
and Mrs. Jules Gordon. Co-chair-
persons are Doris Sheiber, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Sheftman, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Sprechman,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wallace and
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner.
Sonny Levitt of Levitt-
Weinstein Memorial Chapels was
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Jewish Funeral Directors of
'America at 53rd annual meeting
held in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Joe Roth of Chicago as
president, Richard Stein of St.
Louis as vice president, Max
Nelson of Indianapolis as 3rd vice
president, Melvyn Mesnikoff of
Buffalo, as treasurer, and Burton
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general manager of Levitt-
Weinstein Memorial Chapels,
founded the original Levitt
Memorial Chapels in 1968 and
has devoted himself to many
local religious, civic and fraternal
organizations. He is a past
president of the Harmony B'nai
B'rith Lodge; past Noble Grand
of North Miami Beach Lodge 150
IOOF; member of board of
directors of Temple Israel of
Miramar. member of Sky Lake
Sonny Levitt
Synagogue; Hallandale Jewish
Center; Diamond Lodge 200
Knights of Pythias; Level Club;
Hallandale Square Club; North
Miami Beach Lions Club and
Golden Glades Lodge 334 F &
Norman Cutler, vice president
of the Weinstein Bros. Memorial
Chapels in Chicago, was elected a
three-year member to the JFDA
board of governors. Cutler is also
a director and vice president of
the three Levitt-Weinstein
Chapels located in North Dade,
Hollywood and West Palm
i Beach.
DeNicola to Receive Award
A "Night for Israel" will be
held at the Hemispheres on
Thursday Dec. 18 at 8 p.m., at
which time well-known restau-
ranteur, Jimmy De Nicola, will
receive Israel's Solidarity Award,
recognizing his many years of
support for Israel and Jewish
philanthropic organizations. De
Nicola owns and operates The
Grist Mill restaurant at the
Israel Bond Passes
$5 Billion Sales Mark
Max Shapiro
Max Shapiro will receive the
Israel Solidarity Award at a
"Night for Israel" sponsored by
the Israel Bonds Organization on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 17. The
event to be held at Temple Sinai
in Hollywood is sponsored by the
B'nai B'rith Herzl Lodge Israel
Bonds committee. Shapiro has
been a diligent worker for the
Jewish Federation and is a
founding member of the Herzl
The Israel Bond Organization
has surpassed the $5 billion sales
mark, it has been announced by
Joseph Raymond, chairman of
the South Broward Israel Bonds
"I am happy to report that
with the participation of our
community this fall, the $5
billion milestone was achieved.
With its achievement of the $5
billion figure, Raymond said,
"The Bond Organization, our
community included, is now com-
mitted to produce an additional
$150 million in cash by the end of
this year."
Raymond indicated that Israel
must continue to rely on Israel
Bond support. Speaking of the
economic challenges which lie
ahead, he said, "Let no one get
During the past 30 years, the
Israel Bond Organization has
helped build every aspect of
Israel's economy. Bond proceeds
have strengthened the national
infrastructure in such areas as
energy, water development, tele-
communications, industrial
parks, oil exploration, and the
building of airports, harbors and
railroad lines.
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Jimmy De Nicola
He is a member of the
Hallandale Chamber of Com-
merce and the Hope School for
Retarded Children, of which he is
a board member. He also serves
on the board of directors of the
Shaare Zedek Hospital in Israel.
Special guest will be Eddie
Schaffer, American-Jewish folk
humorist. The event is being
sponsored by the B'nai B'rith
Hemispheres Lodge 2861 and
Hemispheres B'nai B'rith
Women's Chatter, Kalman Rado
is chairman; honorary chairman
is William I.ittman: co-chairmen
are I.ila Breaker, Ethel Gould,
Man Shapirw and S. Harry
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