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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Hollywood, Fla

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

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f^Jewish ncridian
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
11 Number 1
Hollywood. Florida Friday. January 9. 1981
Frusta**, Price35 Cents
[erb and Susen Grossman Legacy and Endowment Fund
^amily Mission Chairmen Sponsors Tax Seminar
|erb and Susen Grossman
bam named Family Mission
lirmen for the Jewish
eralion of South Broward,
>rdmg to Philip A. Levin,
V. campaign chairman.
am gratified that the
sman"s have taken on this
|area of responsibility." Dr.
said. "There is only one
I that members of our com-
ity can truly understand
has been accomplished in
|1. und what still has to be
That is by visiting Israel
^nally. meeting with our
Jews there, and learning
land what the problems are
|ow we can help solve them."
are extremely excited
the upcoming Family
Ion. as the dates July 2
pgh 12. coincide with the
Maccabiah Games, the
sman's explained.
jr Mission group will have
Opportunity to watch the
fcabiuh Games, as well as
Imuchof Israel.
U't'omodalions include five
hotels, such as the King
'id in Jerusalem, the Sharon
rzliah and the Dan in Tel
i lie Mission allows great
ri>iin\ by permitting ex-
ms and stopovers in Israel,
pe ISgypt and many other
lines.
final costs and other travel
igements are in the process
leing formulated by UJA in
York.
tie Family Mission is a unique
special way for the entire
lily to visit Israel. This year's
ision will offer a special mix of
tory and culture, as well as the
citement of the Maccabiah
Herb and Susen Grossman
"Because of the games, space
at better hotels is limited. We
have a number of rooms available
and early commitment is
suggested.
For additional information,
contact Herb Tobin at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward."
Annual Shomrai
Dinner Dance
Joseph L. Schwartz, chairman of
the Legacy and Endowment
Fund of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward advises that a
seminar for professionals will be
held on Thursday, Jan. 22 from 2
p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Holiday Inn
in Hallandale.
With its theme "Tax Planning
for the 80s," the seminar is part
of the process of introducing the
Federation's Legacy and Endow-
ment Fund. A brochure ex-
plaining this program was
recently mailed to all Federation
members.
"The legacy and Endowment
Fund is a long-range continuing
effort to build a fund for use in
times of economic stress, and to
institute innovative programs
required by changing priorities.
Endowment funds enable the
Federation to keep pace with
Joseph L. Schwartz
growing community needs, and
to meet crises when they arise.
"There are a variety of ways
for everyone in the community to
give and to benefit in the
program. Each person should
discuss his own participation
with his attorney or tax con-
sultant. The best' method de-
pend! on the situation and wishes
of the individual.
By participating in the
Legacy and Endowment Fund,
you can help make our com-
munity stronger ... for the sake
of all those in need of assistance
during the years which lie ahead
and all future generations." Sch-
wartz explained.
For information on any aspect
of the legacy and Endowment
Fund program, call the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Even Guest Speaker At
Emerald Hills Dinner
Jan. 17
More than 120 people are
expected in attendance at the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's annual Shomrai
Dinner Dance.
The event, set for Saturday,
Jan. 17 at the Diplomat Country
Club, will feature Yitzhak Rabin,
former Prime Minister to the
State of Israel, said Melvin Baer
and Norman Morrison, Shomrai
Division chairmen.
Maralyn Anton and Annette
Deakter are event coordinators.
Major General Jacob Even, a
Sabra raised and educated in
Haifa, will be the guest speaker
at the Jewish Federation of
South Broward's annual Emerald
Mills Dinner, on Tuesday. Jan.
27, at the Emerald Hills Country
Club, according to Ben and I-ee
Rosenberg, chairmen.
Major General Even is a career
soldier in the Israel Defense
Forces, where he has served since
his 1951 enlistment.
During the Yom Kippur War,
he was second in command to
General Ariel Sharon for the
entire Sinai desert campaign.
During the Six Day War, he
served as a commander of an
armored brigade that fought to
secure key desert passages.
Drawing on his vast ex-
perience, he created the first
Jacob Even
P.in-m Tank Battalion in the
Israel Defense Forces. He
currently serves as Director of
the Israel Armed Forces Com-
mand School.
The Emerald Hills Dinner is
complimentary due to sponsors
Charles Bloome. Nelson Dembs.
Ili Field, Al Gandall. Hy Glick-
stein. Jack Goldberg, Abbot
(ireene. Jack Grossman, Sol
Kurtz, Aaron Liebenthal, Abe
Meister, and Charles Moses.
Also Jerry Niederman, Nathan
Kakita, l.ou Kappaport, Joseph
M. I.tvenc, Ben Rosenberg, Sam
Sabin, David Schatzow, Nathan
Schainberg, Bernard Scheinholz,
George Steinberg, Harry
Swartzman and Dr. Louis
Winkelman.
Cocktails will be served at 6
p.m. Dinner is at 7 p.m.
Brizel Named Chairman of Beneficiary Agencies
|Nancy Brizel has been named
airman of Beneficiary Agencies
the Jewish Federation of
Jth Broward's 1981 Combined
kish Appeal-Israel Emergency
ind campaign, according to
kilip A. Levin, M.D., campaign
airman.
[The committee was recently
rmed in order for the Jewish
Federation and its beneficiary
agencies to dialogue and discuss
areas that affect them all.
Dr. Levin felt that because of
Mrs. Brizel's background and in-
volvement in total Jewish com-
munal life, she was particularly
qualified to head this important
committee.
"If the Federation and its
Hillcrest Big Gifts
Party Jan. 20
[Hillcrest will hold its Premier
lifts Cocktail Party on behalf of
e United Jewish Appeal-
ederation campaign on
uesday, Jan. 20, according to
pe Raymond. Hillcrest cam-
lign chairman.
[Guest speaker will be Dr. Ruth
ruber, author, foreign
[respondent and authority on
^ Middle East.
pt Grubar covered the Peace
katy Signing between Egypt.
Israel and the United States in
Washington, and the autonomy
meeting in Alexandria, Egypt.
Her book, Raquela: A Woman
of Israel, won the National
Jewish Book Award as the best
book on Israel.
The 5:30 p.m. event will be
held in Hillcrest Country Club.
Minimum family contibution is
$1,000 and minimum women's
contribution is $500, Raymond
added.
agencies know what to expect
from each other, we will be able to
better serve the community,
Mrs. Brizel explained.
"There is a direct relationship
between the success of the
Federation's fundraising cam-
paign and the successful ability
of agencies to serve the com-
munity. Agency program ex-
pansion is in direct correlation
with the size of the available
budget. As our community is
growing, there is more need to
become involved with beneficiary
agencies. We want to become a
part of their process and have
them become a part of ours," she
continued.
Mrs. Brizel realizes that a
strong Israel depends on a strong
diaspora. "Without a strong local
Jewish community, Israel can
not flourish and survive. All our
agencies are working to make
themselves a strong part of our
viable community," she added.
The Hollywood Jewish
Community Center is working to
expand its programs to include
all age groups.
B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion has flourished because of the
funding of the Federation and
other agencies.
Some of the Federation's
present leaders are products of
BBYO, having participated in
their formative years, at a time
when many young people are
searching for their Jewish
identity.
The Community Day School,
located at Temple Beth Shalom,
and Hillel Day School, are two
examples of educational institu-
tions that we support, Mrs.
Brizel said.
"We realize that the future of
the Jewish community depends
on education. We should be very
proud of our involvement in the
day schools and our understand-
ing of the importance of
education.
"Central Agency for Jewish
Education (CAJE) sets guide-
lines for teacher training.
scholarship criteria, curriculum
planning for day schools, high
schools and synagogue schools in
cooperation with synagogue pro-
fessional educators. By enriching
curriculum. CAJE upgrades pro-
Continued on Page 14
Nancy Brizel
super Sunday Jan. 18 See Pages 6 & 7 For Details


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Federation Hi-Rise Campaign

PARKER PLAZA
Melvin and Lucile Baer are
the hosts of Parker Plaza's
Premier Gifts Cocktail
Party, set for Sunday, Jan.
II.
The 5 p.m. event is being
held on l>ehalf of the Jewish
Federation of South
Hrowards 1981 United
Jewish Appeal-Federation
campaign.
GALAHAD NORTH
(ialahad North will hold a
"Koffee Klalch" for Premier
(lifts on Sunday, Jan. 11 at
10 a.m. in the Social Hall.
(ialahad North chairman
is James Kofman.
FAIRWAYS ROYALE
Fairways Ho vale will hold
its annual breakfast, in sup-
port of the Jewish Federa-
tion ol South Hrowards 1981
United Jewish Appeal-
Federation campaign on
Sunday,Jan. 11.
Ouest speaker at the 10
a.m. event will be Emanuel
"No No" llazinovsky.
Fairways Koyale chairman
is Krwin Gold.
CLIFTON
Bertha and Nathan Harris
will host Clifton's Premier
Gifts Cocktail Party on
Tuesday, Jan. 13 at 3 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Tom
Cohen.
Sylvan Solomon is
chairman of Clifton.
GOLDEN VIEW
In honor of their 60th
wedding anniversary.
Solomon and Gizela Rinkoff
will host a Cocktail Party at
Golden View on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South
Browards 1981 United
Jewish Appeal-Federation
campaign.
The event will be held on
Sunday, Jan. 18at4p.m.
Guest speaker will be
Kabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe of
Temple Beth El.
Wilheim Meister is Golden
View's chairman.
PRESIDENTIAL
TOWERS
Mrs. and Mrs. Jack
Mandelhaum will be the
host-, of Presidential^
Premier Gifts ('(.flee on Fri-
day. -Ian. 23 at 10 a.m.
Bertha and Nathan Harris
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mandelbaum
Gizela and Solomon Rinkoff
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Guest speaker will be
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HALLANDALE
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A Premier Gifts Cocktail
Mullet will be held for all
Hallandale residents living
west of the Intercostal
Waterway.
The event will be held on
Sunday, Jan. 25 at 5:30 p.m.
at Temple Beth El, 1351 S.
14th Ave.
Minimum commitment to
the Jewish Federation of
South Browards 1981
United Jewish Appeal-
Federation campaign is $500.
(iuesl speaker will l>e Rev.
John Stanley Grauel.
Mildred Friedman is the
chairwoman.
AQUARIUS
Bernard J. Goldberg and
Harold S. Shapiro have been
appointed chairmen of the
Aquarius 1981 United
.lev. ish Appeal-Federation
campaign. The campaign
committee is in formation.
IMPERIAL TOWERS
Imperial Towers will hold
its annual breakfast on
Sunday. Jan. 25 at 10:30
a.m.
Honorees for the breakfast
will be Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Ackerman. Guest Speaker
will be Rev. John Stanley
Grauel.
Sbowtol
If there is a spark that con-
tinues to ignite our Women's
Division il must lie from our
Shomrai (Shomrote) Women. We
are now 42 strong and our goal is
50 lor the 1981 campaign Our
Shomrai Lion is a badge of great
commitment and we wear it with
pride.
The newest members who
became Shomrote on our 1980
Community Mission are: Doris
Epstein. Dorothy Morkin, and
Evelyn Stieber; and our latest
additions are Khea Posnack and
Sally Winograd.
Please share in our excitement
as our division blossoms making
our campaign draw nearer to our
one million dollar goal.
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Hillcrest Women's Division Western
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Hroward met recently to participate in a Campaign Education LtQ(tr8niP
Program. Mr
Guest speaker for the event was Emanuel "No No" Razinovsky, DwUtiOtl Shflhhflt
who spoke about the needs of Israel. J Hi^ll KJtiuvuui
The Hillcrest Women are preparing for their seventh annual lun-
cheon, which is set for Monday, Jan. 26 at 12 noon at Hillcrest
Country Club.
Guest speaker will be Rev. John Stanley Grauel.
Hillcrest chairwomen are Hannah Adel, Gloria Hess, Nellie Shanler
iiiul Dorothy Lipson.
Dinner Jan. 9
Seated from left are Trudy Ginsberg, Goldie Unger, Lillian Noble and
Kuth Serwitz. Standing from left are Sylvia Amsterdam. Martha
Werbach, Sally Rittenberg, Eleanor Sacknoff and Ann Weitz.
Sealed from left are Evelyn Steinbach, Dorothy Sternberg and
Dorothy Chernuchin. Standing from left are Pearl Sobel, Tess Haber,
Dorothy Rodnon, Clara Manckyk and Bess Leader.
Seated from left are Nellie Shanler, Gloria Hess, Hannah Adel and
I lea Mogilowitz. Standing from left are Eleanor Lerner, Gert
Kronovel, Itrendu Cireenman, Women's Division campaign chair-
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The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Western
Leadership Division will par-
ticipate in a Shabbat Dinner on
Friday, Jan. 9. at the home of
Richard and Randy Blackburn.
"Everyone is invited to partici-
pate in the preparation of the
meal, which begins at 8 p.m.,"
said Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn and
Tony and Debbie Lundy,
chairmen.
The Western Leadership Divi-
sion is a group of young couples
and singles who meet periodically
for social, cultural and educa-
tional purposes, they explained.
Anyone interested in partici-
pating in the Shabbat Dinner or
Incoming a part of the Western
Leadership Division should con-
tact Linda Senk-Rice at the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Energy
Conservation
Would you like an extra $20
bill in your pocket? Then come to
the South Broward Energy
Conservation Fair on Monday,
Feb. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at Hollywood
Hills High School Auditorium,
5400 Stirling Road.
The Fair will include ap-
pearances by Molly Turner of
Channel 10 and representatives
of Florida Power & Light Co.,
Atlantic Richfield and WAAG
Injection System, according to
Dr. Fred and Sandi Khani, co-
chairmen.
The Fair is being sponsored by
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward in cooperation with
Church Women United, City of
Hallandale, City of Pembroke
Park. Hollywood Chamber of
Commerce. Hollywood City
Commission, Hollywood Mid-
Town Women's Club, Inter-Faith
Council of Greater Hollywood,
Rotary Club of Hollywood and
Nova Middle School.
Lee Schatzberg
Evelyn Stieber
Chavarut Luncheon
Set For March 16
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Women's
Division will hold its beach
luncheon on Monday, March 16
at 10:30 a.m. at the Sheraton Bal
Harbour.
The Beach Division has appro-
priately named the luncheon
Chavarut. which means friend-
ship in Hebrew, according to
Evelyn Stieber. Beach chair-
woman and Lee Schatzberg,
Building coordinator.
This year, in order to establish
more unity on the beach, we are
holding one large function in-
stead of individual functions in
the buildings, they explained.
All of the buildings are busy
organizing for this exciting
event, in order to raise more
money for the Federation's Com-
I bined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
For additional information on
the Chavarut luncheon, contact
Beverly Bachrach at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
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The Jewish Federation of South Broward's Project Renewal com-
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G. Kaye, executive director. Standing from left are Bob Wolf, Sherri
Kerzner, Nat Sedley, Project Renewal Fund Raising chairman; and
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday. January 9,1M1
The New Anti-Semitism
Latest reports on the growth of anti-Semitism in
the United States during the previous year are more
than disquieting. But they should not be surprising.
Our own mail bears frequent anti-Semitic
messages to our editorial rooms from perverted
senders. Other pieces of mail bear defacing swastikas
on them, mute testimony to the handiwork of per-
sons along the way, from the innocent sender to our
mailbox, who have managed to deface the mail and
would like to shake us with their hate-filled
messages.
What to do about them? What to do about the
statistics? Silence will not make them go away. Only
knowledge and relentless pursuit of anti-Semites and
anti-Semitism wherever they may be found can deal
with their wicked purpose.
The Power Broker Returns
Is it good? Is it bad?
Henry Kissinger is back, and there is no way of
telling. If we are to judge by his past performance,
then the answer must be that it's bad. Dr. Kissinger
is a power broker in the best Machiavellian tradition
in which power has its own morality. And it is un-
related to human affairs.
Only the most shortsighted will see Dr.
Kissinger's role in the post-Yom Kippur War era as a
positive contribution to Israel's destiny. His was an
approach that was crude, ugly, a violent bludgeoning
pf facts to recreate them. He threatened Israel's
narch toward victory by saying he'd let the Russians
nter the struggle if Israel continued to carry out its
military campaign in the manner prescribed by
Israel's top officers if Israel did not lay down its
arms.
He forced the Israelis, under threat of cutting
off their supplies, to feed and medicate Egypt's army
encircled and isolated in the Sinai desert. In the end,
in the name of preserving Egypt's "honor" an
absurd word for a nation that launched a sneak
attack on Yom Kippur he helped Anwar Sadat re-
write the history of the war and to cast Sadat as hero
and victor.
Kissinger's ultimate contribution was to re-
create the Middle Eastern Realpulitik with Israel as
odd man out.
This is the man now in the Middle East about to
take up a second time the kind of power politics for
which he was a broker in those bleak days. This is the
man in the Middle East who insists that he is there in
a "private" capacity, although President-Elect
Reagan's appointee as National Security Council
Chief Richard Allen has long since announced that
Kissinger will be a foreign policy consultant to Mr.
Reagan when the new administration takes over on
Jan. 20.
This is the man who said after his meeting with
President Sadat in Mit Abul Kom on Monday that "I
did not come here with any messages" for Sadat from
Yi r, Reagan, although Sadat later told newsmen that
Kissinger had carried a message to him from Mr.
Reagan.
It is this kind of duplicity for which the
Machiavellian is noted. It is characteristic of Henry
Kissinger's power-brokering.
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'JubiUmt'Automatic Weapons Fire
A MIAMI columnist, in wish-
ing his readers a Happy New
Year, declared: "I always know
the magic midnight has arrived
by the jubilant automatic
weapons fire from Little Havana.
Happy New Year!"
The exaggerated feelings that
New Year occasions consistently
manage to elicit should in most
cases be discounted as the slob-
berings of sentiment let loose by
too much champagne. Or else, a
guilty conscience about our
wickedness or ineffectiveness
during the outgoing year and a
secret resolution to do better
during the year ahead.
For example, you solemnly
swear to lose ten pounds in 1981,
or U> cut down your daily Happy
Hour allowance from three drinks
to two maybe even one. And.
of course, you're going to get
tobacco off your back once and
for all.
BUT THE case of the Miami
columnist is another beast en-
tirely. To be stirred by "the
jubilant automatic weapons fire
from Little Havana" is to be
stirred by disease.
The death of Marshall
McLuhan last week recalls his
diagnosis: the medium is the
message. McLuhan schooled an
entire generation in the dangers,
of irresponsible mass com-
munications media suffering
from messiah complexes,
especially television, that have
come to transcend in importance
the events they report.
So propagandistically powerful
are the media today that they
create history by choosing which
events they focus on and which
they ignore and. almost as often.
In staging events which they can
I report" in consonance with their
pre set corporate editorial views.
AS McLUHAN understood
these insidious developments, the
mind of man is up for grabs, a
polite euphemism for enslave-
ment, in the slick board rooms of
commercial news management.
To return to "the jubilant
automatic weapons fire from
Little Havana." If you have ever
heard and or seen automatic
weapons fire. its terrifying
capacity for death and
destruction has surely left a
lasting impression. To call it
"jubilant" is to have done more
than to succumb to some ex-
cessive tippling of champagne on
an innocent New Year's eve.
To call automatic weapons fire
"jubilant" is to have been
smitten by McLuhan's disease
either as perpetrator or victim, or
both, it hardly matters; although
in the case of the Miami colum-
nist, I suspect, he suffers from a
little bit of both.
BUT WHAT does matter is
that the adjective, "jubilant,"
creates a positive feeling, a warm
and jolly impression; not a
negative feeling, not an under-
standing that automatic weapons
fire can only lead to agony and
human despair. It is intended to
make the reader long to embrace
hoodlumism and criminality in
the guise of John Wayne rigged
out with sombrero, to recondition
his fears about violence, to have
him salivate at the first salvo.
In this sense, the Miami
columnist in his New Years
panegyric recreated history, in
precisely the way that McLuhan
warned us the media and their
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West Berlin. At a press conference here, Interior
Minister Peter Ulrich of the West Berlin city
government, said an exception would only be made
for those families already living in Berlin. Some 2,500
Jews have settled in West Berlin since 1974, some of
them with illegal entry papers. Ulrich said about 319
Jews were being investigated for having entered the
city illegally. Ulrich said the Jewish community in
West Berlin has agreed with the decision.
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Won't Head New Party, Dayan Vows
TEL AVIV Speculation
thai former Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan may head a new
centrist political party to oppose
Likud in next year's Knesset
elections was dampened by
Dayan himself. He told a
television interviewer Saturday
i hat he had no plans for his
political future at the moment.
"If you ask me today whether I
want to be in the next Knesset I
would say no," Dayan delcared.
I don't believe in the establish-
ment of any new parties, and I
have no intention of establishing
or joining one. I cannot say it is
the dream of my life to serve in
another Knesset."
Dayan quit Prime Minister
Menachem Begin s Cahinet in
October, 1979 but retained his
Knesset seat M an independent.
At the time he said he did not
plan 10 stand for reelection when
his lerm expires. Recently.
former Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman suggested that Dayan
was the man best qualified to
serve as Prime Minister in the
next government.
BOGOTA Felix Galvan,
Mexico's Secretary of Defense,
said that his government is
dealing with various countries,"
among them Israel, "to improve
the organic structure" of the
Mexican armed forces.
The specific steps, according to
Cialvan, that will be taken in 1981
include "drastically" modern-
izing the Mexican army, the pro-
duction of remote-controlled
guided missiles and the purchase
of either Israel Kfir or American
F15-E fighter jets.
The modernization of the
armed forces will be financed by a
budget of SI,085,000.000. a 38
percent increase over Mexico's
1980 military budget. In real
terms, the increase in spending
will amount to quite a bit less, as
Mexico's inflation rate this year
has hovered at 28 percent.
Cialvan said.
JERUSALEM Gen. David
Jones, chairman of the U.S. Joint
Chiefs of Staff, has invited Egypt
i lo send units of its air force for
joint exercises with the U.S. Air
Force in Nevada next year, the
Middle East News Agency (ME-
NA) reports in Cairo. Jones has
been on a four-day visit to Egypt
to Inspect that country s military
installations and discuss its arms
requirements.
According to the MEN A
report, he extended the invitation
lo Egyptian Defense Minister
Ahmed Badawi. but no date was
mentioned for the joint exercises
in the Nevada desert. A squadron
of U.S. F-15 fighters visited
Egypt three months ago for
desert training, and 1.500 Amer-
ican troops participated in
Mositf Dayan
military exercises with Egyptian
armed forces in the western
desert last month.
Jones reportedly said that
experience had been useful and he
hoped it could be repeated.
NEW YORK Funeral ser-
vices were held here for Rabbi
Irving Miller, a leading American
Zionist, who died in Woodmere.
LI., at the age of 77. In addition
to his role in the Zionist move-
ment. Miller also played a leading
role in discussing Jewish postwar
problems with representatives of
the Allied governments in
London in 1943.
In 1942. Miller was elected
chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the American Jewish
Congress. Upon the death of
Rabbi Stephen Wise, founder and
first president of the AJCon-
gress, Miller succeeded him.
He also served as president of
the Zionist Organization of
America from 1952 to 1954. In
1961. he was elected president of
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations.
BONN The murder of a
Jewish community leader in Er-
lungen. Bavaria, on Dec. 19 haa
touched off a series of death
threats to Jewish leaders in other
parts of West Germany. The
chairmen of the Jewish com-
munities in Nuremberg and
Hamburg reported being
harassed by anonymous
telephone callers warning that
the execution of Jews will
continue."
Police are still investigating
the fatal shootings of Shlomo
Levin, r>9. chairman of the As-
sociation for German-Jewish Co-
operation, and his friend, Fnda
Poeschke, 57, widow of an anti-
Nazi activist, at the latter s home
nine days ago. They have not es-
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tablished whether the crime was
racially or politically motivated,
although that was the initial sup-
position of the police.
NEW YORK President-
Elect Reagan skirted the issue nf
a possible summit meeting be-
tween himself. President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt and Israeli Prime
Minister Menachem Begin in an
interview in Time magazine
dealing with U.S. foreign policy
after he takes office next month.
He also was not specific as to
what would constitute an
American "military presence" in
the Middle East but indicated
that the Soviet Union would face
a "possible confrontation" with
tin1 U S it it made any "reckless
moves" in that region.
Asked if he planned to follow
Sadat s suggestion ot a new
three-way summit meeting.
Keagan replied. "Obviously, I
won't want any retreat there on
the part of our country. I want to
make it plain to both Sadat and
Prime Minister Begin that the
United States does have an
interest in the Middle East. We
should not try to dictate a settle-
ment, but be as helpful as we can
in arriving at a settlement."
BONN The Finance
Ministry has disclosed that 200
shipments of Nazi propaganda
material "" torn abroad were
detected by West German
customs officiate last year and
said it was convinced that much
more such material was sent
because the detected shipments
were the result of a limited
number of spot checks made
mainly for statistical reasons.
Replying to a question in the
Bundestag, a Finance Ministry
official, said the bulk of the nao-
\'a/.i material came from the
United States, Canada and
Western European countries.
One shipment contained five
busts of Hitler made in Canada.
The official said the Federal
government intended to co-
operate with other governments
to put a stop to such shipments.
JERUSALEM More visits
io Israel by Egyptian Cabinet
ministers during the next few
weeks will accelerate the pace of
normalization between the two
countries. Israeli officials believe.
Political circles here described
the five-day visit of Egypt's
Minister of Agriculture. Moham-
mad Mahmoud Daoud. as an Im-
portant breakthrough in Israeli-
Egyptian relations.
Agriculture Minister Ariel
Sharon will leave for Egypt
shortly to return Daoud's visit,
and Egypt's Minister of Industry
will visit here. According to
political observers, the most sig-
nificant aspect of Paoud's visit
was his meetings in Jerusalem
with President Yitzhak Navon
and Prime Minister Menachem
Begin. Although the Egyptians
stressed that this should not be
construed as recognition of
Israel's sovereignty over united
Jerusalem. Daoud's presence
here in effect ended Egypt's boy-
, cott of the Israeli capital.
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On Sunday. Jan. 18, your
telephone will become a lifeline to
meet Jewish needs in Israel,
around the world, and right here
in our community.
The event is called Super
Sunday and will be hald from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
2719 Hollywood Blvd., according
to Jacki Reichbaum and Ron
Rosen, chairmen.
The largest portion ot the
dollars we raise in our community
campaign goes directly to the
United Jewish Appeal. These
funds help meet the health,
welfare and educational needs of
people in Israel through the
Jewish Agency, and provides aid
to Jews in communities around
the world through the Joint
Distribution Committee. Our
dollars also provide needed
assistance for many of the
national agencies which perform
vital functions on behalf of the
Jewish people.
And in our own community,
our campaign supports a wide
variety of local agencies,
programs and services. Each of
you. or someone you know, will
be touched by the services
provided t hrough our federation
this year.
The calls you make on Sunday,
Jan 18 may determine the
quality of Jewish life in this
decade, Mrs. Reichbaum and
Rosen added.
In order to involve all areas ot
the community the Super Sunday
chairmen have been working with
appointed area chairmen in
eluding Joan Katicoff. Women's
Division liaison. Bruce Benefeld,
Western Area liaison. Carol Sue
Press. Women's Division Worker
Recruitment chairwoman: and
Mark Fried. Beneficiary Worker
Recruitment chairman
Q. When will Super Sunday he
held?
A. Sunday,January 18,1981.
Q. Where should I go and what
time does it begin?
A. The event is being held at the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward office, 2719 Hollywood
Blvd., Hollywood. There are four
two-hour sessions being held
from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Q. Who can volunteer?
A. Super Sunday participation is
open to spouses, children old
enough to solicit on the telephone
and to friends.
y. I m ready to volunteer. What
do I do now?
A. Call Linda Senk-Rice at 92!
K810 in order to reserve a phone
for the session you will be at-
tending. II vou do not pre-
register, we can not guarantee
i hat a phone will be held for you
If What is Super Sunday?
A. It is a one-day telephone
effort by the Jewish Federation
of South Broward and Jewish
federations across the country.
Q. What is the purpose of Super
Sunday?
A. Wo will telephone Jewish
households across America in an
effort to raise more money and
contact more people in a single
day than ever before. We will
reach out to the total American
Jewish community to pledge
maximum support for fellow
Jews' at home, in Israel and
around the world
Q What do v need from you?
We need y i o volunteer for
, 'east one ol he four wo-hour
phon< sessions in irder to make
the day truly a SuperSundav
Thirty minutes prior to each of
the four Super Sunday two-hour
phone sessions, there will be a
training and orientation session
for each telephone solicitor,
explained Jacki Reichbaum and
Ron Rosen, Super Sunday
chairmen.
At this session, we will explain
what Super Sunday is all about
Volunteers will learn how the
Federation dollars are used here
in South Broward and overseas.
We will also review the
procedures and mechianics for
telephoning, they added.
Il is imperative that each and
every Super Sunday volunteer
attend the orientation session
that will Ih' held 30 minutes prior
to their scheduled telephone
session.
For additional mlormation.
contact Linda Senk-Rice at the
Jewish Federation ol South
Broward.
Th. following organization, have voluntoorod to par-
Mdpa!. in th. J.wi.h Federation of South Broward-. Sopor
Sunday, a mammoth one-day phon.-a:thon.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
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BRANDEIS WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
B'NAI B'RITH HARRY S. TRUMAN LODGE
CLIFTON CONDOMINIUM
TEMPLE SINAI
JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE OF BROWARD COUNTY
HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
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WESTERN LEADERSHIP CABINET
Super Sunday will be held on Sunday, Jon. 18 at the Jewi.h
Federation of South Broward from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Volunteers
are being asked to participate In one two-hour session during
the day.
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Senk-Rice at the Jewish Federat'on of South Broward.
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The Jewish Ftoridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, January 9,1981
JFSB Metropolitan Division
The Jewish Federation of South Broward Metropolitan
Division recently held a cocktail party for all hosts and
hostesses for the 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign at the home of Dr. Saul and Susan
Singer.
The hosts and hostesses will each hold a parlor meeting at
(heir home during January. February or March.
Those not present, but who will serve as hosts or hostesses
include Dr. Mark and Helen Cohan, Morrie and Anita Courtney.
Dr. Lee Eggnatz, Stanley and Feme Kmas, Dr. Sam and
Audrey Meline. Nat and Phyllis Pritxher. Sheldon and Dmnne
Shaffer. Dr. Alvin and Beverly Shapiro. Alvin and Jack*
Wheeler Dr. Joel and Linda Wilentz. tonald and Lynn Roeen.
ttobert and Aviva Baer. and Sonny and Betty r mkelste.n.
From left are Dr. Norman Morrison. Tomar Razinovsky, Kmanuel Jjr/iji^l
"No No" Razinovsky and AUen Gordon. _____________^_ \ rom |.ft are Debbie Morrison, Harry and Hannah Schorr and Tobene
Rosenthal.
From left are Dr. Donald and Mara Guilianti, Doris and Jerry Bloom.
Seated from left are Dina Kaye and Gail Cohen. Standing from left are
Dr. Sheldon Levin, Gerry Morrison, Jerry Raticoff, Marion Eggnatz,
Ruth Rodensky and Esther Gordon.
1981 Israeli
Fashion Show
A 1981 Israeli Fashion Show
featuring clothes made and
designed by students at Timon
Vocational High Schools in Israel
will highlight the annual
Membership Luncheon of the
South Florida Council of Pioneer
Women. The event is slated for
12 noon on Monday, Jan. 19. in
the ballroom of the Konover
I lotel. Miami Beach.
More than 25 Pioneer Women
Chapters and clubs in Dade and
South Broward Counties will
take part in the event, according
to Harriet Green, president of the
South Florida Council. Tickets
may be secured at the Pioneer
Womern office.
Pione. Women and its sister
organization in Israel, Na'amat,
operate the Timon High Schools
in Israel, where fashion design is
a major field of study. Profes-
sional models will wear the
clothes at the Jan. 19 style show.
Mrs. Green said.
She named Leah Benson of
Miami Beach, a lormer member
of the national board of Pioneer
Women, as chairman of the lun-
cheon and fashion show. Mrs.
Benson is membership chairman
of the council of the organization
also known as the Women's
Labor Zionist Organization of
America.
Delta Players
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will be performed by the Delta
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The performances will take place
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Jan. 11 and 1H; Hallandale High
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March 1. H. 15 and April 5. Deer-
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22 and April 12. The proceeds will
benefit Israel. This will be a
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From left are Dr. Saul and Susan Singer, Joan Raticoff, Susen
Grossman, Dr. Philip A. Levin.
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Hadassah Organizes 60th Unit
The Hadassah region com-
prising all of Broward County and
South Palm Beach has an-
nounced the formation of the
60th unit in the area.
According to Esther Cannon,
president of the Florida Mid-
Coast Region, the "Hatikvah-
Cypress Chase"' Chapter was
organized with a potential of
hundreds in the Cypress Chase.
Lauderdale Lakes expanding
developments.
Joining with Mrs. Cannon at
the organizational meeting was
Priscilla Lippa, region expansion
chairman, who was largely
responsible for the final selection
of officers.
Edie Appelman. at whose
home at Cypress Chase, the
organizational coffee meeting
was held, was unanimously
elected president.
The full slate of officers will be
announced at the January
general meeting at which time
the Charter will also be
presented.

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Residents of Coastal Waterway met recently in support of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's 1981 United Jewish Appeal-
Federation campaign. From left are Robert and Audrey Sondel, and
William and Zara Kaplan. Guest speaker for the event was Emanuel
"No No" Razinovsky.
In Amsterdam
Dutch Rabbi May Take
Junket to S. Africa
By HENRIETTE BOAS
AMSTERDAM (JTA) A
Dutch Reform rabbi is con-
sidering a trip to South Africa to
discuss an art collection be-
queathed to the University of
Pretoria by a former Nazi col-
laborator which is believed to
contain many items that
belonged to Dutch Jewish
families deported to Nazi camps
during World War II.
Kabbi Avraham Soetendorp of
the Liberal congregation in The
Hague has refused to let the
matter drop. He said he wanted
to raise it personally with the
university board of governors.
The collection was willed to the
Pretoria University by the late
Jacob Van Tilburg who was an
Aldeman in Dordrecht, Holland
during the Nazi occupation.
Directly after the war, a Dutch
de-Nazification court sentenced
him to 13 months imprisonment
for collaboration with the enemy.
VAN TILBERG, who settled
in South Africa in 1951, is
believed to have persuaded some
20 wealthy Jewish families in
Holland to entrust their painting
and objects d'art to his safe-
keeping to prevent them from
being looted by the Nazis. Most
of the Jews perished in death
camps. When the survivors
returned. Van Tilburg allegedly
refused to return their treasures
and absconded with them.
The art collection consists of
paintings, Persian carpets,
antique vases and silverware.
The University of Pretoria has
stated that is is prepared to
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High School in Israel has
named Trina Fleischer, 17, of
Lincoln Street in Hollywood as
their December Volunteer of the
Month.
Trina, the daughter of Martin
and Elaine Fleischer, is a senior
at Nova High School. She
volunteers in High School in
Israels weekly Phone-a-thon and
also spends her time sailing,
working at the Hollywood
Fashion Center and participating
in the HSI alumni group, Koach
L'tzion.
High School in Israel sends
American high school junior and
seniors for two months of study
and travel in Israel five times
each year. The program is known
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by using Israel as a textbook.
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Cantor Stern at
Temple Beth Shalom
On January 20, Temple Beth
Shalom will feature Cantor
Moshe Stern, acclaimed as the
leading Tenor in the world of
Cantonal music, as well as an
outstanding classical and
operatic singer. He will be in
concert at Temple Beth Shalom.
On the same program will be
Sherry Sterner, a dynamic song
stylist; David Schonfeld, the
Sensational Little Wonder boy;
and the very talented and ver-
satile performer Howard
Schertzer. This Song Festival
will be narrated by Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, Spiritual Leader of
Temple Beth Shalom.
Tickets are avaiable at the
Temple office. You can secure
same by calling 981-6111.
Hollywood residents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. Baer (standing) and Sol
Bloom and Sylvia Brilliant, were together at the 34th Annual Meeting
and Dinner-Dance of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged. Mr. Baer was elected Corresponding Secretary at the event,
held in the Ruby Auditorium of the 376-bed facility. Both Mr. Baer
and Mr. Bloom serve as Board Members of the Home. The Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged is a beneficiary agency of the
Jewish Federation of South Broward, Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and the United Way of Dade County. In addition to its long-
term care facility, the Home also serves some 14,000 elderly men and
women in community outreach programs.
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More than 1,200 women gathered for Community Day,
sponsored by the Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward at the Diplomat Convention Center.
Guest speakers for the event were Elizabeth Holtzman,
former U.S. Representative and Dawn Schuman, a consultant in
the field of .Jewish adult education.
Women 9s Divist
Seated from left are Rose Greenberg, Florence (Mrs. Alfred) Rosenthal, Florence (Mrs.
Mark) Rosenthal and Devora Friedman. Standing from left are Lila Demet, Ellen
Yanofsky, Gladys Sussman, Barbara Desky, Judy Glazer and Audrey Desky.
Seated from left are Ina Linda, Lynne Ehrlich, Nancy Brizel and Sylvia Greenberg.
Standing from left are Karen Margulies, Gerry Morrison, David Brizel, Ariene Golden-
berg and Ruth Goldstein.
Seated from left are Ruth Rodensky, hostess co-chairwoman; Bobbie Levin, president;
Elizabeth Holtzman, guest speaker; and Joan Raticoff, chairwoman. Standing from left
are Rabbi Harold Richter, Federation chaplain; Beverly S. Bachrach, assistant
director. Women's Division; Ariene Ray, vice president, leadership development;
Audrey Meline. vice president, in service; Joan Gross, publicity chairwoman; and
Brenda Greenman, vice president, campaign.
Seated from left are Frieda Rosen, Estelle Deutsch, Ethel Yumkas and Annabelle
Weissberg. Standing from left are Lillian Levin, Mary Slander, Reba Schwartz, Minna
Witner and Martha Prenner.
Seated from left are Camille Sultan, Bobbe Schlessinger, Candy Cohen and Margaret
Cohen. Standing from left are Rochelle Koenig, Jo Ann Katz, Gloria Friedman, Marilyn
Myers and Betty Finkelstein.
Seated from left are Rita Buschel, Toni Weissberg, Lois Robert and Selma Bernstein.
Standing from left are Jeannette Neuwirth, Margo Morrison, Betty Unmans, Ruth
Goldflne, Betty Wilk and Clotea Jones.
From left are Bobbie Levin, president; Joan Raticoff, Community Day chairwoman;
Florence Roth, vice president-Community Day chairwoman; Florence Roth, vice
president-community education; and Carol Morgenstein, Community Day chairwoman.
More than 1,200 women attended Community Day


^Tday. January V
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
? Community Day
ated from left are Esther Bass, Rhod. Schluger, Rose Breslaw and Betty Gross. Seated from left are IURkhter Marrie FUhm-n M.1K. FS.I. a i v '*?*
jesxzt "-^ "*' He"ta"' Ko,,"Mo' Ve"b,E Lorraine Cooperman and Esther Alpert.
Sealed from left are Ann Diamond, Louise Diamond and Mary Cohen. Standing from
left are Frances Goldman, Yetta Rashbaum, Lois Feinberg, Anita Rashbaum and Diane
Seated from left are Eleanor Niederman, Dorothy Shainberg and Sabina Sabin.
Standing from left are Carolyn Caster and Joan Rodenberg.
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t-V"" '"" left are Caro1 Morgenstein, chairwoman; Dawn iSchuman^gues^speaW Seated from left arp Marion Tobin, Ruth Ziets, Muriel Drcssk-r. Enid Friedlander and
rnrence Roth, vice president, community education; and Delia Rosenberg hostess co- Rhona Miller. Standing from left are Trade Levy, Frances Harris. Betty Bachove,
mnruoman. Standing from left are Hannah Schorr, decorations co-chairwoman with France8 Lurie, Hilda Ginsberg and Marjorie BilTieW.
Robert K d- "h wa8 noi 8eat*d *t the dais; Sumner G. Kaye, executive director;
]>ir,.i jo* M.D.. president; Susan Holtzman Thomas, Women's Division
tWrert Vc "" presiaeni; susan Holtzman Ihomas, Women s Divi
[ lor; and Sara Ottenstein, seating co-chairwoman with Gloria Hess, who also
"I wealed althe dais.
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Ar>lyn Oremland (left) and Shirley Daley (right) receive candy from Lee Schatzberg,
a JacoKs and Leah Frankle as they enter the Diplomat Hotel.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, January 9,1961 JZ
Soviets Crackdown on
Jewish Culture
MOSCOW On Dec. 9, eight
KGB officers, two in uniform and
six in plain clothes, including a
woman representing the Moscow
municipality, forced their way
into a Jewish studies group being
conducted by long-term refusenik
Ilya Essas. The group was
threatened with the accusation of
holding an "illegal" religious
gathering. They were told they
could be indicted for "violating
laws on separation of church and
state and of church and school."
The names of all present were
recorded by the security forces.
Those not carrying their internal
passports were taken into
custody, but later released after
their identities were confirmed.
The officers confiscated books of
Jewish content, including a copy
of the Sidur, with Russian trans-
lation, published before the
Revolution. The 34-year-old
Essas. who has been a refusenik
since 1973 and whose parents live
in Israel, expressed "great
concern" at this new turn of
events.
In a related act of harassment,
on the morning of Dec. 16, the
KGB entered an informal nursery
school for refusenik children and
ordered all present to leave. They
said the premises were to be
closed until the evening.
Hebrew study groups, which
have functioned for years, have
also become the target of the
KGB. Informal classes taught by
veteran refuseniks Yuli
Kosharovsky, Vladimir
Shakhnovsky and Lev
Gorodetsky were recently
disrupted, and the participants
threatened with prosecution.
Viktor Brailovsky, eight year
refusenik and a leading figure in
the Soviet Jewry emigration
movement, was arrested on
November 18, 1980. He is under
investigation for "defaming the
Soviet state and public order," a
charge punishable by up to three
years in prison. The charges
appear to stem from his role as
editor of the Samiteat "under-
ground" cultural journal, Jews in
I he USSR.
Brailovsky and his family who
applied to emigrate in March
1972 were refused because of
daughter Iranas alleged access
U) secret information.
Both Doctors of Computer Sci-
ence, the Brailovsky's currently
host the seminar for unemployed
Jewish refusenik scientists and
convene the annual "Interna-
tional Seminar on Collective
I'henonena." Brailovsky has
been harassed repeatedly by
Soviet authorities and arrested
several times.
ACTION
We must act now to prevent
Viktor Brailovsky from going to
trial and labor camp. Please send
letters to the following officials
and demand that he be released
and that the Brailovsky family be
permitted to emigrate to Israel:
Roman Kudenko
Porcurator General
Ul. Pushkinskaya 15-A
Moscow 103009 USSR
Yuri Andropov
Chairman of the KGB
Ul. Dzer/.hinskogo2
Moscow 10100 USSR
Important Event
At Temple Israel
The most important event of
the season at Temple Israel of
Miramar is the presentation of an
original Yiddish musical-comedy
(in English) "Schlemazel Comes
to America." The community is
lortunate to have the talents of
Cantor Joseph Wichelewski who
produced, directs and wrote the
music for this play.
Cantor Wichelewski studied
music in Italy. For many years he
lived in Argentina, where he was I
Cantor and choir leader in many '
of the prominent synagogues and I
temples. He has composed and
recorded in Argentina for RCA,
Victor and Columbia records and
with his brothers, performed as a
quartet under the name of
"Wichel Brothers."
The script of this funny and
nostalgic play was written by|
E. N. Rosner, a Temple Israel
member. Mr. Rosner who comes
from Chicago was a classmate of
the late Jackie Leonard with
whom he studied drama writing
and for whom Mr. Rosner wrote
comedy skits. He also worked
with the Chicago police helping
them put together a scene for
"Aida." with the San Carlo
Opera Company, employing
horses and elephants.
Schlemazel Comes to
America" will be presented
Saturday, Jan. 17 at 8:30 p.m. in
the beautiful Rosen Family
Social Hall. Prices are $5.50 and
$4.50 for reserved seats. Tickets
are available at Temple Israel,
6920 S.W. 35 St., Miramar. every
Sunday morning until 12 noon.
For additional information
please call 961-1700.
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Yiddish Films'
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Yiddish film is the legacy of an
age. It is the work of Eastern
European and American writers,
directors, and actors who cap-
tured the values and attitudes of
a people before their world came
crashing down with the Second
World War and the Holocaust.
Yiddish films survive, and in
January the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida will pre-
sent four films in its Second
Annual Yiddish Film Festival.
Each motion picture will be
shown twice. One series will run
on consecutive Wednesdays (Jan.
14. 21, and 28) at Temple Israel of
Miramar, 6920 SW 35 St.,
Miramar. The films will also be
presented on consecutive Thurs-
day evenings (Jan. 15. 22 and 29)
at the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center, 18900
NE25 Ave.. North Miami Beach.
Each performance starts at 8
p.m. At the Temple Israel of
Miramar showing, Cantor
Wichelewski will lead a short
Yiddish sing-along session at
each showing.
Tickets are available at a sub-
scription price of $8 for the series,
or $2.50 for individual per-
formances. Tickets can be pur-
chased at the Michael-Ann Rus-
sell JCC for its series, or at
Temple Israel of Miramar and the
Hollywood JCC, 2838 Hollywood
Blvd.. for the Broward showings.
The four films to be presented
are "The Golden Age of Second
Avenue," "Mamele," "Laughter
Through Tears," and "Der Puri-
mspieler."
"The Golden Age of Second
Avenue" is a review of Yiddish
theater and film in America over
a 75 year period. It features ex-
cerpts from a number of Yiddish
film classics, and is narrated by
Herschel Bernardi.
The other films were produced
in the 1930s and feature sub-
titles in newly restored prints.
"Mamele" stars Molly Picon as
the youngest sister in a large
family who likes to select suitors
for her sisters..
"Laughter Through Tears" is
adapted from a Sholom Aleichem
story. Michael Rosenberg of the
Yiddish Art Theatre plays the
author, narrates the story, and
speaks for all the characters. A
re-creation of life in a poor Jewish
village in old Russia, the film was
produced in the United Stat*.
and the Soviet Union. r"
Der Purimspieler" translates
as I he Jester, and is the story
of a wanderer who falls in love
with a shoemaker's daughter
during a stop in a small town in
Galicai. The film stars Zigmond
Turkov and Miriam Kressyn. It
was directed by Joseph Green.
Each film should be of interest
not only to Yiddishists, but to
anyone interested in modern
Jewish history, and the develop-
ment of the motion picture art
form.
The screenings were made^'
possible through the cooperation
of the Lecture Bureau of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
For further information about the
Yiddish Film Festival, call the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC in
Dade County at 932-4200 or the
Hollywood JCC in Broward
County at 921-6511.
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Community Relations Committee!
Jewish Federation of South Broward
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Hack Appointed Chairman
The Community Relations
Committee of the Jewish
ederation of South Broward will
ponsor ii Middle East Forum
which consists of three programs
el in January, February and
March, according to Norman
jinliiian, chairman of the
diddle Fast Task Force.
I lr. Arnon Gutfeld, professor
I History at Tel Aviv
diversity, will discuss "The
nited Stales' Involvement in
ii Middle Fast" on Wednesday.
an. 28 at 8p.m.
The event will be held at
emple Beth El, 1351 S. 14 Ave.,
ollj wood.
I'lul Maum. associate executive
rector of American Jewish
empress, will speak on "The
(80 Flection and U.S. Middle
asl Policy" on Wednesday,
eh. 11 at 8 p.m.
Baum will speak at Temple
inai. 1201 Johnson St.,
ollywood.
The Honorable Moshe Gilboa,
>nsul (ieneral of Israel in
licago will speak on Sunday,
arch 1 at 8 p.m. at Temple
.lei. ".100 Sheridan St..
i.llvwood.
The torum series is open to the
iblic, free of charge.
lor additional information,
ntact Herb Tobin at the Jewish
deration of South Broward.
mi hcrhoml Luncheon
The annual Brotherhood
incheon, sponsored by the
idlaiih Council of Greater
ollywood will be held at the
itary Club, on Thursday. Feb. 5
noon. The guest speaker will
Rev. Lloyd Whyte. area
issions director for the
)epartment of Interfaith Wit-
-i
committee, of the Community
Relations Committee, is spon-
soring a "Cult Hotline" for in-
dividuals who have become
involved with cults or
missionaries and wish to find
counselors who can help them
clarify the issues.
Those who desire to call the
Cult Hotline," should contact
Rabbi Harold Kichter at 921-
8810. Rabbi Rkhter will make
referrals to cult counselors and
resource [K-ople.
Hallandale
Lodge 2840
Hallandale Lodge 2840. B'nai
B'rith holds its first meeting of
the new year on Tuesday, Jan. 13
at 7:30 p.m., at Hallandale
Jewish Center, 416 NE 8th Ave.
Cantor Jacob Danziger of
Hallandale J.C. and Mrs. Sophie
Plager will entertain with a pro-
gram of Yiddish, Hebrew and
Fnglish melodies which you are
sure to enjoy. Barney Lippman
will accompany them at the
piano. In addition that evening, a
drawing will be held for a TV set
and other valuable prizes to the
winners at our annual raffle. Col-
lation will follow. All are invited.
Our 10th Anniversary Dinner
Dance and Installation will be
held on Jan. 18 at the Hotel
Konover in Miami Beach. Our
guests at the affair are also in-
vited to attend the Konover's
regular show featuring an Argen-
tinian Revue. For reservations
and tickets at $30 per couple,
please call Ted Levy at 983-0885
or Irving Heit at 454-1518.
Leo Hack, vice president and
religious advisor of Riverside
Memorial Chapels, has been
appointed chairman of the
Inaugural Fdition of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education ad
journal. In accepting this ap-
pointment, Mr. Hack urged the
active participation of all sectors
of the Jewish community to
support this effort whose purpose
is to raise much needed funds for
maintenance and upgrading of
the programs and educational
services of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education.
Dennis Turner, a recent addi-
tion to the board of directors fo
the Central Agency for Jewish
Fducation has been .named as
associate chairman in which
capacity he will bring his great
skill and enthusiasm.
The Journal Ad campaign is
being held in conjunction with
the annual dinner to honor Mrs.
Elbe Katz who is the chairman of
the Education Committee of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward and Richard Levy who
is the treasurer of the CAJE,
serves on the CAJE board of
directors, and it was primarily
through his efforts as chairman
that the Community Day High
School was established.
Lao Hack comes to this chair-
manship with an extensive back-
ground in communal work. He
was formerly executive director
of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies of New York,
director of Development of
Yeshiva University, and the
Albert Einstein College of
Medicine for South Florida.
Presently he Ls a member of the
board of directors of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education; as
well as a member of the board of
directors at the Advisory Com-
mittee in Chaplaincy Division,
Board of Education of the
Lehrman Day School, Hebrew
Academy, Mesivta of Greater
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dent of Ohev Shalom Congrega-
tion of Miami.
Ads for the new journal are
presently being solicited and will
be published in a Dinner Journal
to be presented at the annual
dinner of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education on April 2.
Lieber to Speak
Dr. David Lieber, president of
the University of Judaism, will
i speak at Hallandale Jewish
Center on Thursday, Feb. 12 at 8
p.m.
Dr. Lieber is a historian and a
great biblical scholar. He is
currently a teacher at the
University of California, Los
Angeles.
The Hallandale Jewish Center
is located at 416 NE 8 Ave.,
Hallandale.
Dr. Carl Klein is the rabbi.
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fessionalism of local Jewish:
education, she explained.
"While the Jewish Federation of
South Broward currently has a
task force exploring the possi-
bility of establishing a local home
for the aged, our present needs
are being met by the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged at Douglas Gardens, a
recipient of Federation funding.
Increasing social pressures on
lamilies. continuing Russian re-
settlement and a myriad of other
day-to-day problems have
resulted in additional demands
being made on the Jewish Family
Service Agency.
There are, of course, numerous
other agencies that are recipients
if Federation dollars and of great
importance to our community,
she added.
"If, indeed, the Jewish Federa-
tion is the central address of the
Jewish community, it is in-
cumbent that we make available
.he finest facilities and have the
most competent people to ad-
minister the services offered.
This is the reason for establishing
(he committee and working so
diligently with our beneficiary
agencies," Mrs. Brizel said.
Widowed Persons
Service
Jewish Family Service of
roward County, in conjunction
ith the Broward Count) Menial
tilth Association ami oilier
cial service organizations, is
ciiitating the organization of a
w nonsectarian service for
dows and widowers called
nil ami I Persons Service."
W idowed Person.- Service is
ecificalty concerned with aiding
u) have lost a spouse and are
periencing bereavement
We an- looking for volunteers,
low- or widowers of eighteen
nllis or more, of any age, who
! commit themselves to help
: support others who have lost
tners by death.
n preparation for this task,
unteers need to attend an
-nsive fifteen hour Widowed
rsons Service Training
ssion, which has been
d eloped by the American
.ociation of Retired Persons
and the National Retired
Te/chers Association.
If you are interested, please
intact Clifford Golden at Jewish
.1 nily Service of Broward
inty, 1909 Harrison St.,
'nJywood, Fla. 33020 or call 927-
:H8 or 763-6340.
Open Lecture
On Thursday, Jan. 15, 8 p.m.,
the third of a series of lectures
will be given on the topic "The
Futon of World Jewry." On this
evening, Louis Kleeman will
sneak on "European Jewry After
the Holocaust," "Does Euro-
pe in Jewry Have a Future?",
H is very active in B'nai B'rith
ano. was a member of the com-
mittee of the 25 American Jewish
I i jers representing all the
.. wish organizations of America.
This lecture promises to be
\ interesting as Kleeman has
I ific knowledge of the
( lems of European Jewry,
ling each year for many
s, in Europe and especially
ance.
Sprtftgto *
by HocheUe Koenig-,
In our mobile society few have shared a warm friendship for
23 years in Hollywood. Fang and I met Andy Greenman when
he was discharged from the service, and then we met his bride-
to-be, Brenda Reshefsky. We remember when he formed the
Gross-Greenman Advertising Agency and later when he and
Bernie Schreft became partners. Our children grew up together,
went to summer camp together and both families have enjoyed
happy occasions.
Jeff Greenman is now a freshman at Wagner College in New
York and has grown up to become a young man pursuing a
variety of interests. Adorable Jennifer Greenman recently
celebrated her Bat Mitzvah at Temple Beth El with Rabbi
Samuel Jaffe and Rabbi Ben Homer. Jennifer's grandparents,
Helen Greenman, and Bill and Sarah Reshefsky all enjoyed
special nachos. At the service and dinner party, Jennifer
radiated a k>ve of life, as she and her family were surrounded by
Kood friends and loving relatives. Among them were Sam and
Betty Finkelstein, Ted and Joyce Newman, Ina Linda, Sylvia
Abram, Dr. Leon and Florence Roth, Dr. Phil and Bobbie
Levin. Also Dr. David and Shelly Stone, Jerry and Delia
Rosenberg, Dr. Morton and Louise Diamond, and Lou and Ann
Cohn. The gourmet dinner, gracious service, and hospitality
reflected Brenda's impeccable good taste and Andy's good
fortune.
My son, the publisher. Who would have thought that my son,
Michael, would be a publisher and editor-in-chief of a magazine!
Michael is 23,' lives in Boston, and has just come out with a new
magazine reporting on the creative arts. It looks great and we
are very proud.
Kudos to Carol Morgenstein and Joan Raticoff and their
capable committee for a sensational Community Day. Favorable
comments from those in attendance such as Gloria Neidorf,
president of Wellsley College alumnae, were heard for many
days afterward. "The Federation women are so friendly," was
another compliment repeated often. Also thanks to Ruth
Rodensky. Delia Rosenberg, talented Hannah Schorr. Mary
Gottleib and seating superwoman Sara Otlenstein for a job well
done!
The cold weather with its brisk winds was in sharp contrast to
the warmth, hospitality, and happiness that radiated the home
of Ed and Marilyn Kaplan. The gala occasion was a party to
introduce their son Philip, a dental student at Tufts, and his
lovely new bride Kaizy l< friends and family. Evan Kaplan, a
senior at Brandeis, and cute sister Suzy who attends the Hebrew
Academy joined the fun. AJeo Marilyn's borther George Herman
and wife Cookie. Rabbi Morton Maluvsky and the Rabbi Harold
Richters. More guests Dave and Betty Kushner were looking
lorward to a reunion with their twin sons. Michael has been in
Tampa studying for his Masters degrei Bill has been living
with a family in Mexico while he studies the Spanish language.
Happy expectant paients Dr. Alan and Judy Fields and Alan
and Elaine Coplin were on hand as well as Sandy Reinstein,
Myron and Charlotte Brodie, and Sun-Tattler's Mania Levin.
It w.is heartwarming to see this close-knit family and friends
celebrating a t reasured Bum ha
Dr. Steve Greenberg w as really surprised on his special birth-
daj Surprising him must be like pulling teeth!! Partners Dr.
Lou Joblove and Dr. Harvey Peretz took him to Hillcrest
Service to the Blind
Service to the Blind Program
of Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
benefit by Sisterhood's Petite
Luncheon Card Party to be held
in the Tobin Auditorium of the
Temple. 1351 S. 14th ave.. Holly-
wood, on Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 12
noon. The public is invited to
attend.
Sisterhood's Braille Service
provides sutdy and test materials
for students at Nova Elementary
and Middle Schools, as well as for
students throughout the State of
Florida. Blind adults benefit by
the transcription of career and
technical manuals. This group
also provides library books to the
Jewish Braille Institute of
America. The Braille Bindery
group works under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Milton Forman, with
Mrs. Abraham Halpern in charge
of the tape recording of books for
the Nova schools. Mrs. Sylvia
Young is the coordinator for the
project.
Donation is $4 per person. For
tickets and reservations call Mrs.
Sylvia Cohen, 458-5090; Mrs.
Ray a Finn, 458-0378; or the
temple office, 920-8225 or 944-
7773. Deadline for reservations is
Friday, Jan. 16. No reservations
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Landman, Dr. Richard and Susan Pyne and a singing quartet of
Natalie Joblove, Barbara Peretz, Natalie Bluth and Sandy
Kellner awaited him. After these noontime festivities it was
hard going back to work in the dental office. That wasn't all,
because Judy had another big celebration planned for Saturday
evening.
An intimate gathering at Cafe Beaujolais celebrated Betty
Finkelstein's birthday. Husband. Sam, son Mark, daughter
Patti joined the fun along with Nathan and Shirley Finkelstein,
Jerry and Perle Siegel, Dr. Karl and Carol Morgenstein and
Andy and Brenda Greenman.
Once again we are enjoying out-of-town holiday visitors. In
Kmerald Hills Kay Fink entertained her lovely daughter Nancy
from Chicago. Double pleasure for Eunice and Milton Rosen
when two granddaughters, one from Colorado, the other from
New York came for a visit. Jerry and Perle Siegel enjoyed being
with sons Bobbie from Colorado, and Alan from Berkley.
Ma/el tov to Dr. Steven and Debbie Morris and sister Jill on
David's Bar Mitzvah at Temple Solel. Dr. Robert and Evelyn
Glasser celebrated the Bar Mitzvah of son David. Best Wishes
also to the Dr. Alvin Shapiro's on the Bar Mitzvah of Mark. Dr.
Sam and Linda Winn shared a wonderful day at the Bar Mit-
zvah of son Peter at Temple Sinai.
Shirley Smith has exciting news for those planning a wed-
ding. Shirle) is a talented fashion coordinator and bridal con-
sultant at June's Brides and Al's Formal Wear, the largest
specialty shop in our area. Together with Bill and Jane Rosen
they have invited Hy Lerner, leader in the field of bridal consul-
tations, to a very special showing on Jan. 18. Here's an oppor-
tunity to get expert personalized advice on what to wear.
A holiday gathering in a country setting was hosted by Dr.
Raymond and Millie Nolan at their Davie home. Friends were
invited to a buffet and to pick fruit from the citrus trees. A very
slim and svelte Dr. Saul Singer and charming wife Susan arrived
in a new classic sportscar. Veterinarian Dr. David and Elsie
Spechler. Leonard and Teddi Romanik, Dr. Norman and Nancy
Atkin. Dr. Rubin and Abby Klein, Alia Orringer, Dr. Michael
and Lila Demet, and Dr. Alan Podis were among those enjoying
the festivities.
In front of a beautiful wood burning fireplace on that chilly
d.i\ we heard from Dr. Abe and Shirley Fischler about plans of
an exciting position for son Bruce in South America. Comparing
notes on their finals were friends ol Ken and Robert Nolan,
college students Billy Cohen, Mark Yeslow, Jimmy Demet.
Leigh, Dann> and Nancy Rosen thai. A lively crowd enjoyed a
great afti i noon.
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William Korey, director of
ernational Policy Research for
tiiii B'rith International will
_.r,ir at the annual Charles
in I "'It Memorial Lecture on
nday. Feb. 1 at Temple Beth
1351 S. 14th Ave.,
Lllywood.at 8 p.m.
I )r Korey is a leading national
international authority on
.net Jewish affairs and on
jthal human rights. He received
HA from the University of
Iii-aK" and his MA and PHD
|m Columbia University where
[specialized in history and in-
fjhational relations and gradu-
. from its famed Russian
Liuute. Among the numerous
Bcliinic honors accorded him
ihe Carnegie Research Gram
the Ford Foundation Fellow-
Bp
||)r Korey is a prolific writer of
DR. WILLIAM KOREY
Jewish Material Claims
Fine Conference on Jewish
aterial Claims Against Ger-
any announced that Jewish
etims "I Nazi persecution who
I ;xi position to file claims
Icier German indemnification
Vs may apply for a grant from a
ardship Fund established with
brman l-ederal Government ap-
Y' i kins.
\rcording to the Guidelines
bsued by the German Govern-
fit in. grants will be made to such
fu.'-li persecutees who suffered
I id their health and are in
I [htened financial circum-
I The (iuidelines limit
B iiiual payments to DM 5,000
|iv< thousand) per person.
is the intention of the
iman Government, within its
budgetary limitations, to make
(available up to DM 400 million
(' purpose in the coming
in-. The Conference on Jewish
I.Vlaterial Claims against Oar-
In a ill distribute the funds
i tin (ierman Govern-
In lidelines.
The Hardship Fund is intended
primarily to handle applications
from such Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution who left Eastern
Europe after 1965 when the dead
line for filing claims under the
(ierman indemnification law;
expired. Other persecutees wh
tailed lor very valid reasons Co
I ile timely indemnification claims
in past years may also apply I
the Hardship Fund.
Interested individuals should
register by writing to:
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany
(iruneburgweg 119
6000 Frankfurt, Germany
no later than Dec. W, 19HI.
Applicants should state their lull
name, current address, date'anil
place ol birth and the date and
country from which they em-
igrated
Foi additional information,
contact Carl Rosenkopf chair-
man of the Holocaust EtameM-
berance Committee, at 458-2585
CJF Names
1980-81 Board
.ln.(c Newman, immediate
bast president: of the Jewish
federation of South Rroward.
oined representative from more
tun 100 communities who were
Bected to the board of directors
|> the Council of Jewish
federations at its 49th General
Nssembly meeting in Detroit.
tJI' Hoard members are drawn
loin (he leadership of local
federations and represent a
In tad range of member com-
munities. Individuals selected to
IPair CJF committees
automatically serve on the Board
I Directors.
Convening at the General
|ssembly and CJF Quarterly
Joard Meetings, the Board is the
fj"nc,,'s central governing body.
UFs second annual Board
nstitute is scheduled for Jan. 18-
' at the Galleria Plaza Hotel in
Houston.
CJF is the association of 200
Federations, Welfare Funds and
Community Councils which serve
nearly 800 communities ami
embrace over 95 percent of the
Jewish population of the United
States and Canada. Established
in 1932, the Council serves as a
national instrument to
strengthen the work and the
impact of Jewish Federations
through leadership in developing
programs to meet changing needs
in the Jewish community;
through the exchange of suc-
cessful experiences to assure the
most effective community ser-
vices; through establishing
guidelines for fund raising and
operation; and through joint
national planning and action on
common purposes dealing with
local, regional and international
needs.
Simon Nussbaum & Fred Costa Present:
"An Inflation of Song and Laughter"
. sponsored by the Workmen's Circle, Russian Branch 686 New York
Organizer: Louis Kapelon
Konover Theatre, 5445 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Saturday January 10,1981 Show lima 8 p.m
.rnilGorovets
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Special Guest
Sonia Lemberg
Stars from
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popular and scholarly articles.
His essays have appeared in such
diverse journals as Foreign
Affairs. The New York' Times,
Saturday Review. Midstream,
Problems of Communism, The
Progressive, The New Republic,
Survey, Journal of Soviet and
East European Studies, Annals
of the American Academy of
Political Science. Commentary.
Commonweal. The Wall Street
Journal and The Washington
Pott.
The annual lecture series was
established by Mrs. Charles Dop-
pelt and her daughter and son-in-
law, Shirley and Jim Brenner, as
a living memorial to Mr. Doppelt,
a founder and benefactor of
Temple Beth EL Its purpose is to
bring annually to Temple Beth
El. outstanding scholars,
historians and writers for a cul-
tural evening which is open to the
community. These lectures add
an important dimension to the
Temple program and enhances its
stature as a dynamic, cultural
center. Although there is no
charge, admission will be by
ticket only which will be available
through the Temple office after
Jan. 1. The public is invited.

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Residents of Hemispheres gathered recently at Jimmy De Nicola's
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Broward's 1981 United Jewish Appeal-Federation campaign. From
left are Emanuel "No No" Razinovsky, guest speaker, Sis and Sam
All mail, luncheon chairmen; and Otto Stieber, Hallandale Beach
chairman.
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Seated from left are Sally Salman, Albert and Sarah Brout and Morris
and Esther Passon. Standing from left are Sis A It man. Harry and
Helen Slavitt and Dr. Irving Salman.
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JERUSALEM The controversial demand by Israel's
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toppled the slender ruling majority and government of
Prime Minister Menachem Begin on Sunday.
Israel s 60,000 teachers
promptly called for protest
meetings at the same time
that Finance Minister Yigal
Hurvitz demanded that the
teachers stick to his new
austerity budget, and that
otherwise he would quit.
Zevulun Hammer, Minister of
ducation, promptly declared
hat if the teachers' demands
vere not met, he would quit, too.
The new pay plan would increase
Ihe salary of teachers with a
college degree and nine years of
u-aching experience from $480 to
S630 a month. The current na-
ional average is $630.
THE LATEST DEMANDS
came on the heels of a panel that
uuhed teachers' demands after a
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Instead, it set up a committee to
study the pay sttruggle. The
decision to sidestep the issue
gives Prime Minister Begin only
a temporary respite.
Not only is his coalition threat-
ened by the teachers' demand to
be excluded from the austerity
budget, but there is strong
pressure being brought to bear on
the Cabinet following the minis-
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another issue the cause of
Interior Minister Yosef Burg.
BURG IS being charged with
having put a damper on the
investigation into his firing last
week of Police Chief Herzl Shafir
after Burg accused Shafir of
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The Cabinet has unanimously
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scheduled for next Novembe
before pressing for his invest iga
tion into still other alleged ir-
regularities in Burg's ministry
involving Abu Hatzeira. who is
under suspicion that he has chan-
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institutions.
Hurvitz has threatened to quit
the Begin coalition if the Cabinet
accedes to the teachers' demands.
He has declared that the line
must be held against the 131 per-
cent inflation rate that scored a
record high in 1980 and that
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Friday, January 9,1981
Ico Maudlin
The Jewish Flnridinn ami slmWal^! t/Fr-....--.
Tfo Jeiowft Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 17
'Jubilant'Automatic Weapons Fire
speare, bullets are "villainous"
and guns are "vile." And Owen
writes as the epitaph of his
generation's slaughtered millions
that guns are "monstrous," and
their fire is a "stuttering .
rapid rattle," the rattle here
eliciting death's rattle.
But for a Miami columnist, his
medium the message, automatic
weapons fire is "jubilant." Why?
Jubilant' weapons fire in Yom
Continued from Page 4-
manipulators can do these
things, to make us think merrily
lit all those charming Latin types
in Little Havana firing their big
kins to welcome 1981.
"* .
1 won't be taken in by such a
.IcLuhanism. Rather, I come
Iway with the unhappy con-
llusion that Little Havana's
latural condition is as a com-
munity well-equipped to launch a
trrage of automatic weapons
|red at will.
OK. IN a more kindly vein, I
pk: Is Little Havana's natural
bndition to be as a community
ell-equipped to launch a barrage
I automatic weapons fire at will?
Ind il n is. why is it? Can not my
lw neighbors live peaceful lives
uthout such arsenals?
Kippur War
anger of the guns. Only the
stuttering rifles' rapid rattle/
Can patter out their hasty
orisons."
FOR DOYLE then, guns are
"all shattering." For Shake-
Sir Francis Hastings Doyle
called a massive array of
weapons "those all-shattering
guns. William Shakespeare, in
Henry IV. Part 1. refers to bullets
as "This villainous saltpetre .
digged Out of the bowels of the
harmless earth ... and but for
these vile guns.. He would him-
self have been a soldier.
And Wilfred Owen. England's
exquisite child-poet, killed in
World War 1, questioned the
worth of slaughter pro pairia
mnri when he wrote: "What
passing-bells for these who died
as cattle? Only the monstrous
Abram Urges New View
Of UNations' Actuality
NEW YORK Morris B. Abram has told a meeting
thi- National Council of Jewish Women at its national
tadquarters here that "we would be doing the UN a
fvor" if the U.S. stopped simply applauding the United
htions just because the ideal on which it was based is
w
ABRAM TOLD the women's organization that more
tention should now be focused on just what the UN
tuallv is.
Abram, a prominent lawyer, former president of
jandtis University, and a former U.S. representative to
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Because we must take Little
Havana to our bosoms. The
media, riding the coattails of
Latinized economic profit, and
ordaining that the ride is there-
fore good for the community as
well, demand it of him. Thus, he
demands it of himself. And of us.
Because from
pours forth the
Little Havana
----- wealth of the
earth, as we are never allowed to
be tired of hearing, not on the six
o'clock news, not in columns over
our morning coffee, including
columns writ in the slobbering
sentimentality of New Year's
reminiscences. (
| Because from Little Havana
pour forth banks and loans and
mortgages and interest and out-
landish city and county land de-
velopment schemes, riches
vaulted in Miami's golden gate to
Latin America (as we are never
allowed to be tired of hearing).
WE MUST take Little Havana
to our bosoms from whence can
be heard the jubilant automatic
weapons fire welcoming 1981.
And doing what otherwise,
when the weapons are not en-
gaged in their jubilant fire? That,
the columnist doesn't say.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
tuary 9, 11
Rabbi Schacter Elected Chairman
NEW YORK Rabbi Her-
schel Schacter, former Chairman
of the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organi-
zations, has been elected Chair-
man of the Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy of JWB, it is
announced by JWB President
Robert L. Adler of Chicago. He
succeeds Dr. Judah Nadich of
New York City, who had served
as Commission Chairman since
1977.
The JWB Commission on
Beth El Adult Education
Begins Jan, 7
The Adult Education program
of Temple Beth El is sponsoring a
bi-waekly Wednesday evening
series on the subject: "Coping
With Stress." which began on
Jan. 7. Six programs have been
projected dealing with the main
ureas of stress and anxiety in our
present-day society. Each pro-
gram will comprise of a panel of
specialists from various discip-
lines and social agencies who are
involved on an ongoing basis
with this most challenging pro-
blem affecting our emotional
well-being and stability. The
announced subjects are: "Coping
\\ ilh Divorce and Separation":
Coping With Widowhood":
"Coping With Teenagers":
"Coping With Aging Parents";
and Coping With Einancial
Problems."
The initial program will feature
l>r. Arthur Stillman. prominent
psychiatrist and former director
of the South Elorida State
Hospital who will give the key-
note address and general orienta-
tion. The panelists for that
evening will include Sherwin
Kosenstein. executive director.
Jewish Family Service.
\ ( S.W.; Mrs. Gladys Abram.
former Sisterhood president and
executive vice president of
Temple Beth El. Dr. Samuel Z.
Jaffe will be moderator.
The second program. "Coping
With Divorce and Separation."
will be held on Wednesday. Jan.
Religious
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TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL 7100 w Oak
land Park Blva Conservative Rabbi
Phillip A. Laoowitz Cantor Maurice
A. Neu
TEMPLE BETH ORR 2151 Riverside
Drive Reform ,44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9106
57th S' Conservative Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman. (44 A)
MIRAMAR
TEMPLE ISRAEL 6920 Sw 35th St.
Conservative Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Cantor Joseph Wichelewski. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE BETH EMET Pines Middle
School 200 NW Douglas Rd.. liberal
Reforn-- RaDb'Bennet Greenspon
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
Rd Hfii/wood Conservative Rabbi
Bernarc P. Shoter
PLANTATION
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J Harr 64)
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->OGUE 7473 N .". 4th St. (69)
HALi ANDALE
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NE 8th Awt. Conservative Rabbi Dr
Carl k'ein. PnD Cantor Jacob
Danjigc- (12'
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22na Ave Reform Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley Cantor Irving
Shulkes (37)
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH AHM. 310 S'.V 62nd
Av. Conservative. Rabbi Max ,
Landman (47 B
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S 14th Ave
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
TEMPLE BBTH SHALOM 4601 Arthur
St. Conservative Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
LEVI YlTZHOK CHABAD SYNA
GOGUE ISM Wiley Sf
TEMPlE srNAi. 1201 Johnson St. Con
servativ-'. Rabbi Seymour Friedman
Rabbi emeritus David Shapiro
Cantor Robert Ungar.
TEMPLE SOLEL 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood, Fla 33021. Liberal
Jabbi Robert P. Frazm
cruel Kyrr. (47C)
21. The panelists will include
James Eox Miller, well known
attorney and former president of
the Congregation: Dr. Richard
Gerson. psychologist; Augusta
Zimmerman. Jewish Eamily
Service. A.C.S.W.; Mrs. Judith
(ilazer. supervisor of Adult Edu-
cation and Cultural Arts. Jewish
Community Center and member
of Temple Beth El. Dr. Samuel Z.
Jaffe is the moderator. All ses-
sions will commence at 7:30 p.m.
in the Tobin Auditorium. 1351
S. 14 Ave.. Hollywood, and are
open to in*- public. The February
and March programs will be an-
nounced shortly.
The Sunday morning seminar
sponsored by the temple and
hosted by the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth El on Sunday. Jan.
A. was to present Bradd Boxman.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Boxman. Boxman lectured and
presented slides on his recent trip
to Russia.
Jewish Chaplaincy is a unique
body in which Orthodox. Con-
servative, and Reform rabbis
work together to serve Jewish
personnel in the U.S. Armed
Forces and in VA hospitals. Ac-
credited by the U.S. Government
and representing the entire
American Jewish community, the
JWB Commission is responsible
for recruiting, ecclesiastically
endorsing, and serving Jewish
chaplains and military lay leaders
in all branches of the U.S. Armed
Forces throughout the world and
in Veterans Administration and
Federal hospitals.
Prior to his election to his
current position. Rabbi Schacter
was Chairman of the Executive
Committee of the JWB Chap-
laincy Commission. The Com-
mission is composed of delega-
tions from the Rabbinical Council
of America (Orthodox), the
Kabbinical Assembly (Conserva-
tive), and the Central Conference
of American Rabbis (Reform).
A U.S. Army Chaplain during
World War II. Rabbi Schacter
gained recognition for his
achievements with front-line
combat troops across Europe. He
was the first Jewish chaplian to
aid victims of Nazism in the
notorious Buchenwald concen-
tration camp. He led an UNRRA
transport of Jewish children from
Buchenwald to Switzerland and
escorted a transport of
Hungarian refugees from Austria
to the U.S. He has represented
the U.S. Department of Defense
on missions to Jewish military
personnel in Europe and Japan.
An outstanding leader of
American Orthodoxy. Rabbi
Schacter is a former president of
the Religious Zionists of
America. Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi. Rabbi of the
Mosholu Jewish Center, The
Bronx, since 1946. he is also the
Director of the Department of
Rabbinic Services at Yeshiva
University, his alma mater which
conferred on him the honorary
degree of Doctor of Divinity. He
was Adjunct Assistant Professor
of Jewish Philosophy at Lehman
College, the City University of
New York.
A former Chairman of the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry. Rabbi Schacter was a
member of the historic delegation
of American rabbis in 1956 to
enter the Soviet Union for the
first time since the Communist
revolution to survey Jewish life
in the Soviet and Communist-
controlled satellite nations.
He has served as a member of
the executive committee of the
Rabbinical Council of America
and is a former chairman of its
Israel Commission. He has ad-
dressed Jewish audiences not
only throughout America but in
remote communities in the Far
East, Australia, India, South
America, and particularly in
Eastern Europe.
Rabbi Barry H. Greene ofy -
Congregation B'nai Jeshurun,
Short Hills, N.J., has succeeded
Rabbi Schacter as Chairman of
the Executive Committee of the
JWB Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy.
Rabbi Joseph Messing is
Director of JWB's Armed Forces
and Veterans Services and Com-
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy.
JWB is the U.S. Government-
accredited agency for serving
American Jewish military
personnel, their families and sick
and disabled patients in Veterans .
Administration hospitals. It is"
the North American Association
of Jewish Community Centers,
YM YWHAs and Camps. It
furthers Jewish education and
culture through the Jewish
Media Service, JWB Lecture
Km' .r.i. Jewish Book Council,
Jewish Music Council, and Israel-
related projects and programs.
JWB is supported by Federa-'
tions. the UJA-Federation Cam-
paign of Greater New York, and
JCCsand YM-YWHAs.
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The JewUh Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Pagel
Israel Bond Events

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i and Mrs. Harold Caster
QUADOMAIN
Irold and Kaie Caster
Jed Israel's City of Peace
at the annual "Salute to
" breakfast, held on behalf
] Israel Bonds Organization.
.cni was held Sunday, Jan.
\v Quadomain Social Hall.
Casters were honored for
bupport of numerous Jewish
pthropic organizations, in-
ig B'nai B'rith, American
^ion Society, ORT and the
Town of Jerusalem.
iicired guest was Dr. Arieh
in. Middle-East authority
lecturer. Chairpersons are
Cantor, Ann Orenstein,
I Sklar and Sam-Staff.
| BEACON TOWERS
|Night for Israel" was held
lie residents of Beacon
5. who received Solidarity
|s for their many years of
rt of Israel's economy
th the Israel Bond pro-
The presentation was
| on Monday, Jan. 12 with
: Prof. Gideon Pelegattend-
frof. Peleg has worked for
raeli government and is a
i\ scientist and Mid-East
|. Chairpersons are Mr. and
sidor Jan Bookbinder.
r. and Mrs. Kahn
HOLLYBROOK
|i^ht in Israel" was held
Ian. 5, in the Holly-
I Clubhouse. Myra and
Kahn received a special
from the State of Israel
State of Israel Bonds
lation, recognizing their
lean of participation in
[philanthropic and service
has been a member of
I'rith and Mrs. Kahn is a
pnber of B'nai B'rith
She has been a worker
|assah and ORT and has
ctive with the Dallas
tic Women.
[Sterling, chairman of the
kaid tribute to the Kahns,
them "prime examples of
le dedicated to the eco-
kurvival of Israel and the
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The Israel Generation Award was presented to Ann and Alfred Lowy
at the Galahad West "Salute to Israel." The Lowys were honored for
their work with the Israel Bonds Organization and for their par-
ticipation in Jewish communal affairs. The award was presented bv
Mrs. Kay. G. Kasdin, at right.
continuity of Jewish life in this
community. We are proud that
Myra and Edward are recognized
by the Israel Bonds Organization
and know that the Hollybrook
evening for Israel was a huge
success."
Joe Raymond, South Broward
Israel Bonds campaign chairman.
noted that Hollybrook has
always been in the forefront of
the local Israel Bond Campaign.
"We have always counted on
Hollybrook to make a concerted
effort for the Israel Bonds Cam-
paign and they have always
come through successfully. I
know that the 1981 campaign will
be better than ever," he said.
Hallandale Jewish Center Events
The year 1981 has shown the
tremendous numerical growth of
the llullundale Jewish Center.
More than 100 new families have
joined the Congregation and
I here still is a wailing list for
hundreds who would like to
become purl of the Congregation.
The new administration
welcomes the new families and it
is hoped lhal they will integrate
themselves into the total life of
the congregational family, pain
lipaling regularly in the daily.
Sabbath and holiday services, in
the adull education programs, as
well as in the social activities that
I he Congregation offers. A
heart v welcome to the new
lamilR-s. The following are the
new families:
Mr. and Mrs I'hillp Hader. Mr. and
Mrs. Nallian lU'lafsky, Mr. and Mrs.
AIi-x.hhI.-i liciim-tl, Mr and Mrs. Jack
llt'iazink. Michael liernsleln, Max
I'ohcn. Mr and Mrs. Kt-lix Cooper. Mr
and Mrs Arnold franc. Mr. and Mrs.
s.ini CUrnapol, Mr. and Mrs Samuel
DuMnaky, Sylvia Klbaum, Mr. and Mrs
Curt Urianger, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Ksliculler. Mr. and Mrs. 1-eon Keder.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klrlell. Mr. and Mrs.
William Klam. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Kranzel. Mr. and Mrs. I^conard Fried-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gellar. Mr.
and Mrs Kdward Ulazerman. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Gold. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
(Joldman, Mr and Mrs. Harry Gold-
stein. Mr. and Mrs Abe Gollon. Mr. and
Mrs. Mrray Green. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
lienjamin Grofl. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
lire liicniii.il Dr and Mrs. Joseph
Herbslman. Mary Hochman, Mr. and
Mrs. Sol and Kihel Huffman, Mr. and
Mrs. David Hurwilz. Mr. and Mrs.
William Karten. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kashar. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kesten-
li.iuin. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kesten-
ii.iuiii. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lam-
bert, Mr. and Mrs. David Lefkuwltz,
David Leibowltz. Ida l.icbrrman. Mr
and Mrs. Max Lleberman. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Margolis. Mae Margulles, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Marshack. Mr. and
Mrs. Abram Mason. Irving MelU. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Mlndlln, Mr. and Mrs
Kills Nlsselson. Jacob Nutman. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Ubsusln. Samuel Kabkin.
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Reckler. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Keller, Jack RetUg. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Rosen, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Kosenfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Kalmon
Itosenkopf, Mr. and Mrs. James Rudy.
Ruse Rutt. Mr. and Mrs. Max Sacks,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sackln. Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Saperstein. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Schlosberg, Henrietta
Seidman, Herman Shuster. Mr. and
Mi's. Simon Silver. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Sohmer. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Summer, Harry Stauber. Abe Stern, Mi-
ami Mrs. Joseph Trugerman. Use Tuck.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph linger, Rose
Wakoff, Mr. and Mrs Irving Weln-
oerger, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Weinar,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Welniteln. Mollle
Weinsteln. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Weisinger. Mr and Mrs. David Wleder,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Yumkas. Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Karachov, Mr. and Mrs. Isldor
/ollmger. Mr and Mrs. Leo Rapp. Mr.
and Mrs Samuel Rubinstein. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Solomon. Mr. and Mrs.
William Holland, Arthur Goodfriend.
Mnt. Rose Karlin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
HiKliman. Diana Wlss. Molly Menkes.
Mr .ui11 Mrs. Kobert Snyder. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel iiloumfield. Mr. and Mrs.
Mm Dolgcu. Mr. and Mrs. M. Rieger.
Alice Slalil. May Karlin. Dr. and Mrs. I.
Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fried,
Frances Ghase. Ida Klvo. Monica
Kcsclliach, Mr. and Mrs. S. Czukerberg.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Amsel. Mr. and Mrs.
.lack Moss. Rose Miller. Mr. and Mrs
I .'.mi Seaver. Mr. and Mrs. H. Recone.
Mr and Mrs. Kdw. Raymond. Mr. and
Mrs. M. Abramoff, Samuel T. Erdhelm,
Mr. and Mrs Bert Frledberg, Mr. and
Mis. 1. Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Si licinci, Mr and Mrs. M. Vlneberg.
Mi .in.l Mrs. Sidney Greenfield. Mr.
anil Mrs Daniel Gribelz. Mr. and Mrs
Wolf Masur. Mr and Mrs. Fremont
Gordon. Dr Philip Miller. Mr. and Mrs
Harry Yalle. Mr and Mrs Irving
Kubin. Mrs. Helen Cohen. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Miltman. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Papcrinan. Mr. and Mrs. Leizer
Shapiro.
Lecture
Series
In the third of its lecture
Series, entitled "The Future of
World Jewry," the Hallandale
Jewish Center presents Mr. i/ou
Kleeman, an esteemed and
knowledgeable member who will
speak on the topic: "The
Future of European Jewry After
The Holocaust." Mr. Kleeman,
a long-time member and leader in
national and international circles,
has served as a member of the
B'nai B'rith Iru^rnational Council
and as a B'nai B'rith UN ob-
server. Among his many other
organizational memberships are
the "Alliance Israelite
Universelle and "The Joint
Distribution Committee."
He has lived in France since
1947 and has travelled
throughout most of the world,
except Russia His broad travel
and his many Jewish
organizational affiliations have
made him exceptionally well-
prepared for this lecture on "The
Future of European Jewry After
The Holocaust. '
Those who have registered in
the temple's Adult Education
Program are requested to bring
and present their cards at the
door: all others will be asked to
please donate !1 to the fund.
The Hallandale Jewish Center
is located at 416 NE 8 Ave., at
Fourth Court.
Jimmy De Nicola, owner and manager of the Grist Mill Restaurant in
the Hemispheres, was the recipient of the Israel Solidarity Award, at
the Hemispheres' annual Night for Israel held on behalf of the State of
Israel Bonds Organization. De Nicola was recognized for his out-
standing participation in numerous Jewish philanthropic and service
organizations in the South Broward community. The award is
presented by William Li it man. chairman of the Broward County
Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Organization (right).
Residents of Aquarius and the State of Israel honored Daniel and
Ethel Levenson with Israel's City of Peace Awaad, at the annual
Aquarius "Night for Israel" held in cooperation with the Israel Bonds
Organization. The Levensons are noted Jewish community leaders
and have been active in philanthropic and civic affairs for quite some
time. Julius Freilich, left .presents the award.
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