The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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

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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
ill Number 6
Hollywood, Florida Friday, March 20,1961
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Shelly Winters To
Speak At Olympus
Winters, noted author
of stage, screen and tele-
will appear in person as
lest speaker at Olympus'
[event held on behalf of the
Federation of South
s 1981 United Jewish
^-Federation campaign.
event is set for Sunday,
29 at 7:30 p.m. in the 500
: Social Hall.
K. Witus will be
at this special event for
lication to Jewish causes.
Berlin and Leo Hil-
are chairmen of the "A
Julius Brenner and
L. Lewy are chairmen of
i" building; and Frank
in is chairman of the "C"
Price 35 Cent*
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Moynihan: USSR is at
Heart of Anti-Semitism
Shelly Winters
ibimah Players Highlight
romens Metro Luncheon
[ Habimah Players will pro-
ne entertainment at the
Federation of South
rd Women's Division
ilitun Luncheon, accord-
Susan Singer, chairwoman.
[ event is set for Thursday,
at 9:30 a.m. at Temple
1,1351S. 14Ave.
are extremely excited
[this event, as it gives the
:>litan women an op-
ity to meet for an enjoy-
f," Mrs. Singer said.
Coordinators include
Eggnatz, Kayla Hersco-
I Betty Homans, Sylvia Ka-
iudrey Klein and Bonnie
[judee Barren is arrange-
I coordinator.
Susan Singer
Haig WiU Visit
Mideast Lands
From Apr. 3 to 8
WASHINGTON -I
i) Secretary of State
inder Haig will visit
Israel, Jordan and.
Arabia in that order j
en Apr. 3 and Apr. 8,
State Department
ices.
laig will leave Wash- '
on the evening of
and spend about a
each country, De-
tent spokesman
Dyess said. He
le trip will give Haig
it-hand opportunity
scuss with our friends
| shared concerns for
ity in this strategi
id hear their views,n
proceed to settle the
i-Arab conflict."
CSS SAID that bilateral
lions also will be held ana
four governments have
welcomed Haig's visit to the
area.
When he was asked whether
Haig will approach the Saudis
and Jordan from the position of
the Camp David formula, Dyess
indicated that he would not
necessarily discuss every subject
in every country. He said, when
asked whether Haig would use
other approaches besides Camp
David, that he had "no in-
formation" to indicate that and
"that this Administration is
firmly in support of the Camp
David process."
Dyess denied a report that the
Reagan Administration will
decline to provide Saudi Arabia
with both in-air refueling equip-
ment and bomb racks and deliver
missiles and fuel tanks to the
Saudis for the 60 F-15 warplanes
it has purchased.
MEANWHILE, consultations
are continuing between the Ad-
ministration and Saudi Arabia
and Congress where considerable
opposition to the sale of the
accessories has arisen.
By YITZHAK RAM
NEW YORK (JTA)
Sen. Daniel Moynihan,
(D., N.Y.) charged that the
Soviet Union is at the
"Heart" of a world-wide,
systematic and coordinated
anti-Semitic and anti-Israel
campaign that grows with
each passing day. He said
that this campaign is a
threat not only to Jews but
to democracy and liberty
and the very essence of
Western civilization.
Addressing a rally against
anti-Semitism at the New York
Statler Hotel, attended by some
1,500 women volunteers to mo-
bilize support for the 1981 United
Jewish Appeal-Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies Cam-
paign, Moynihan said that the
aim of the Soviet Union's anti-
Semitic policy is to make Israel
"a delegitimized entity, a pariah
state, a non-state."
"THIS IS AN assault of
otalitarianism on liberty and
freedom and pluralism in the
world," the former U.S. Ambas-
sador to the United Nations
declared. According to Moyni-
han, the Soviets launched their
anti-Semitic campaign following
the 1967 Six-Day War, after it
became clear that Israel, with
American military support, "is
invincible."
The USSR then launched a
new approach, Moynihan said, in
which the Jewish State could be
overwhelmed "by denying it
legitimacy" and by discrediting
the Jewish people.
In 1971, Moynihan pointed
out, an article in Pravada claimed
that Jews were collaborators of
the Nazis, and, in fact, are their
successors. "Goebbels himself
could not conceive a greater lie,"
Moynihan said. The 1975 UN
resolution equating Zionism with
racism was the international
version of Soviet anti-Semitism,
Moynihan observed, charging
that every year since then the
Soviets and their allies have
intensified their anti-Semitic
policies.
THE NEW YORK Senator
charged that with the success of
the Camp David accords, the
Soviets had "attained a new level
of intensity" in their attack on
Israel and the Jewish people.
In a series of resolutions but
year in the UN Security Council
and the General Assembly,
Moynihan pointed out, Israel was
found guilty of war crimes and
waa made an "outlaw" state. He
said that last March a resolution
by the Security Council accused
Israel of violating the Fourth
Geneva Convention which waa
designed originally to make
Nazism a crime. "The United
States voted for this resolution
and you were silent," Moynihan
told the gathering, which met
under the banner of "Silent No
More."
HE SAID that the non-aligned
meeting was a dangerous "anti-
democratic, anti-West, anti-
Israel and anti-Semitic event."
Only the U.S. and Israel were
denounced by name, Moynihan
said, noting that the meeting
called for the expulsion of Israel
from the UN, called for the return
of "all Jerusalem" to the Arabs
and condemned Israel for the
annexation of the Negev and
Galilee.
"The accusations and the lies
about Israel are obscene,"
Moynihan declared. "It is
something we can no longer be
silent about."
According to Moynihan, the
scope of the anti-Semitic and
anti-Israel policies became "a
torrent" at the beginning of this
year. He cited the recent Islamic
summit meeting in Taif, Saudi
Arabia, and the non-aligned
countries' conference in New
Delhi last month.
Family Mission
Signs Over 50
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward is busy making
plans for the 1981 Family
Mission, set for July 2-12. More
than 50 people have already
signed up for the Mission, which
coincides with the 11th Mac-
cabiah Games in Israel, accord-
ing to Herb and Susen Gross-
man, chairmen.
Family Mission participants
will have the opportunity to
watch the Games and meet with
the athletes.
Accommodations include five-
star hotels, the King David in
Jerusalem, the Sharon in Herz-
liah and the Dan in Tel Aviv.
A Mission gives its partici-
pants the opportunity to visit
unique sites in Israel and meet
dignitaries who they would not
ordinarily meet on a tour.
Herb and Susen Grossman
For additional information,
contact Herb Tobin at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Phone Volunteers Needed
Volunteers are needed to participate in the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's Metropolitan Phon-A-Thon, which will be
held from April 12-16 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Federa-
tion office.
Anyone interested should contact Linda Senk-Rice at the
Jewish Federation of South Broward.


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.dents of Hemispheres recently held their annual event on behalf of
Jewish Federation of South Broward's annual humanitarian
paign. From left are Jack Udis, Morse and Ada Engelman, Sis
nan, Benjamin Klein, Henry Levy, guest speaker; and Leon Oser.
dents of Galahad South met recently at their annual breakfast
on behalf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1981
ted Jewish Appeal-Federation campaign. From left are Samuel
ctor, Ida Rakoff, Sydney Holtzman, chairman; Shalmi Barmore,
st speaker; Solis Cantor and Ida Gordon.
liclniis of Hallmark gathered recently to show their support to the
fish Federation of South Broward's 1981 United Jewish Appeal
leration campaign. From left are Dr. Robert Pollock, William
ties, Rev. John Stanley Grauel and Milton Seitles.
idents of Sea Edge met recently at their annual even held in
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Vish Appeal-Federation campaign. From left are Bert and Ann
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his wife, Ruth were hosts of this parlor meeting.
Struggle (her i Metro Parlor Meetings
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CHICAGO (JTA) The
Chicago region of the American
Jewish Congress has won a
temporary restraining order
allowing two Jewish high school
basketball teams to wear yarmul-
kas on the court, it was an-
nounced by David Kahn, presi-
dent of the Chicago region. The
order was handed down by Judge
Milton Shadur of the U.S.
District here.
The teams, from the Ida Crown
Academy in Chicago and the
Hebrew Theological College
Yeshiva High School in Skokie,
challenged a rule of the Illinois
High School Athletic Assn.
(IUSA) that prohibits headwear
(with the exception of headbands
and bandages) during inter-
scholastic basketball games. The
suit was filed as a class action in
the names of five students and
the two Jewish schools against
IHSA, and its executive director.
JUDGE SHADUR based his
decision on arguments by
American Jewish Congress
attorneys that the prohibition
violated First and Fifth Amend-
ment rights of the Orthodox Jew-
ish basketball players. The
AJCongress lawyers, David
Grossberg, chairman of the
American Jewish Congress'
Chicago Commission on Law and
Social Action, and Sylvia Neal,
legal counsel for AJCongress*
Chicago region, also submitted
affidavits from high school and
college coaches including an
IHSA referee of 33 years refuting
the Association's argument that
the yarmulkas might slip off and
cause accidents.
The temporary restraining
order allowed the two teams to
participate in state tournament
games this week. Both teams
lost. After the outcome of the
games, Judge Shadur decided to
hold further hearings in early
May on the legality of the
Association's rule. In the interim,
the schools will petition the rules
committee of the Illinois High
School Athletic Assn. for a
hange in the regulation, with the
issistance of the American Jew-
ish Congress.
Seated from left are Ana Sonkin, Ruth Rodensky and Dr. David
Sonkin. Standing from left are Dr. Louis and Natalie Joblove.
Seated from left are Betty Homans, Louise Diamond and Gail Cohen.
Standing from left are "No No" Razinovsky, Sumner Kaye, executive
director, Dr. Bud Homans, Dr. Morton Diamond, Uene Weisberg, Dr.
Harold Cohen and Dr. Steven Weisberg. The Cohens were hosts of this
parlor meeting.
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Residents of Quadomain met recently to show their support to the
Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1981 United Jewish Appeal
- Appeal-
Fed.ral ion campaign. From left are Sam Koffler, Dorothy Mokrin,
Sum Staff, Isidore Mokrin, David Sklar and Nat Sedley.

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Residents of Golden Horn gathered recently at a breakfast on behalf of the Jewish Fedeeration of South
Broward's 1961 United Jewish Appeal-Federation campaign. From left are Israel Appel, William
Strumwaaser, Joe Lazard, Murray Scotch, Sidney Wexler, Rose Orszag, Sam Stelnglass. Louis Saidel,
Simon Kahn, Milton Bluth, Julius Slotoroff, Abe Hersh, PhD Rubel and Arthur W. Davidman.
Nat Sedley, Operations chairman for Project Renewal, discusses Hod v^^. i- u
Hasharon, the Federation's Project Renewal neighborhood, with R2JS fSJfSSSX&SSTSJSS: U*?fJZ2?Vi EH H-t' H"^ *". *"
Ziona Kemelman, a social worker there. Friedman, Edye Epstein, Irving Heit, Jules Newman and Michael R. Schlanger.
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EDITOR, The Jewish Fbridian:
We as members of the South
I in iw aid Region of Women's
American ORT, whose national
membership numbers 140,000
women, protest the open demon
BtraUons and rallies by members
ol the Klu Klux Klan in our local
rommunities. We feel that what
they stand for is anti-American
and anti-Democratic and against
ihe very principles upon which
I his country was founded. We
ImiiiIiI all be aware of the
inherent dangers in groups such
as these.
Women's American ORT will
continue to combat the injustices
put upon all Americans.
ROZ KLEIN, President
South Broward Region
Women's American ORT

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I Friday, March 20. 1961
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
United States Embraces Maccabiah Games
Since its small beginning in
[1932, the Maccabiah Games have
grown into one of the world's lar-
gest and most extensive interns -
[ tional sporting events.
This year, at the 11th renewal
[of this gathering of Jewish youth
I from 35 countries, the United
States contingent of 400 partici-
pants will be the largest U.S.
delegation ever to the Maccabiah
Games and the third largest
[sports delegation leaving the
I U.S. It is exceeded only by the
Olympic and Pan American
Games squads.
American competitors will be
entered in 24 sports, including
basketball, bridge, clay pigeon
shooting, diving, fencing, golf,
gymnastics, judo, karate, lawn
bowls, pistol and rifle, rowing,
sailing, soccer, squash, swim-
ming, table u-nnis, track and
en-
the
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fie'dU,,!Ieyba11- ** polo,
weighthftmg and wrestling.
The sheer size of the American
participation and the varksty of
events in which it will compete is
a bare indication of the
thusiasm for the games in
United States. Hundreds
Jewish and non-Jewish com-
munity leaders have carved out
the tune to work with the United
States Committee Sports for
Israel, Inc., to raise the needed
funds, to conduct the tryouts
now underway, and to coach the
participants. A non-sectarian
committee is headed by Con-
gressman Jack Kemp, one of the
most prominent legislators in the
new Congress, and Senator
William Bradley, both former top
athletes. Congressman Kemp
recently praised the Games in the
Congressional Record.
A highlight of the pre-Game
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Israel of 300 leading supporters
and their families who will "live"
the Games from start to finish.
"We think it is significant," says
Warren Abrams, general chair-
man of the U.S. Maccabiah Or-
ganizing Committee" that these
dedicated people who have
visited Israel so many times in
the past will devote two full
weeks to the Maccabiah ex-
perience."
Nat Holman, the legendary
basketball coach and president of
the American organization, finds
added significance in the decision
to house the athletes from the 35
countries by sport rather than by
nationality. "Thus, rivalries will
be left on the field as competitors
learn more about each other as
individuals, identify with their
Jewish heritage and discover the
bonds which have linked our
people for 5,740 years."
To further enhance the Israel
experience for the athletes. Game
sponsors have planned in-depth
tours, of many of that nation's
contemporary and historic land-
marks. Tours of the Wingate
Institute and many of Israel's
other sports facilities are also on
the agenda, as is the dedication of
the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
at Wingate.
Now in the midst of tryouts for
the games, the sports chairmen
have been besieged with appli-
cants from throughout the
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United States, including Hawaii
and Alaska. Training for coveted
places on the teams has been in-
tense and many of the young
hopefuls look forward to ongoing
careers in amateur and profes-
sional athletics. Inspiring them is
the knowledge that Americans
such as basketball player Larry
Brown and tennis star Dick
Savitt, the 1951 U.S. and
Wimbledon singles champion,
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"Goodies, for Oldies" is the
rdonic way The New Republic
booses to label the White House
inference on Aging due up in
lecember, 1981. The editors put
hat mischievous heading on the
fere, while noting that the
inhering of 2,000 silver-haired
legates, even in its planning
ages, has chewed up $3,000,000
the taxpayers' money and has
ivolved a staff of 65.
That's one slanted way of
wking at the confab for the
luse of the rapidly growing
tginent of Americans in their
inter years. There are other
^roaches: (1) new Census
;urcs show that 51 percent of
I 714,000 additional people who
below the poverty standard in
>79 were 65 or over even though
be elderly count for only about
percent of the total
bpulatkra; (2) strong Older
Imericans Act provisions grew
jl nf the earlier Conference on
,'ing; (3) when powerful
ireaucrats in Washington
iker with Social Security, the
erly tremble, especially in a
me of devastating inflation; (4)
group wants all-embracing
todies! and hospital care
Lirantees more passionately
ban the vulnerable aging.
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recent years than Florida's own
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he hopes to eradicate every trace
of age discrimination in em-
ployment. Who knows he may
have President Reagan in his
corner on that sensitive issue; for
the man now handling the most
grueling job in the nation has
turned 70 himself. But will Mr.
Reagan, sworn to a policy of
deep budget cutting, deal ten-
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elderly widowed, infirm, and
disabled?
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unsavaged such elderly assis-
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security. Medicare, and
Medicaid. Against heavy odds,
he will work for comprehensive
medical and hospital insurance at
government expense. He joins
with those elders who want to
avoid uprooting from homes.
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taxpayers expense, is a bad rap
for thousands of men and women
in their winter years.
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the designation of 1981 as the
International Year of the
Disabled, he finds estimates of
the handicapped in the United
States running as high as 72 mil-
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consists of people over 65 and
over crippled, chronically ill,
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about painlessly in society.
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often their lot, some insurance
companies victimize them; in
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tance cannot always be obtained.
They are stereotyped dis-
gracefully.
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and observance of the Inter-
national Year of Disabled Per-
sons really enrich the thin quality
of their lives? Chances are not
good; but hope must not be
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The Jewish Flondian .^nfarof Greater HoUyu Fnda
Marchjj"
Former Soviet Prisoner Iosif Mendelevich
Greeted By ThousandsOn Arrival in Israel
By WENDY ELLIMAN
JERUSALEM In the
steady ran. bjs pale cheek
pr-rt^rf-c tight iv against tnt
[ewfaknd
* the timeless prayer
Bie-- Lord ou?
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;.->d preserved us and
brought us to this day
The ancient stones rug wit!
the voices of -5.000 of hia new
country--men who. in an explosive
celebration of joy for his deliver-
ance, respond as one. "Amen
Iosif Mendelevich has conn
home
Thousands of Israelis jammed
lurion Airport to welcome
Mendelevich as he stepped from
the plane Slight and pale, he
me a dark gray jacket over a
white shirt, and a black hat
placed squarely on his head
which could not quite conceal his
closely shaven skull. His heaw
black-rimmed glasses em-
phasized the prison pallor of his
face But the glow of his eyes and
fla spoke eloquently of his

The frail former prisoner had
wanted to walk the thirty-two
miles from the airport to
Jerusalem, but allowed his sisters
-suade him that it was too
far and he was too weak to make
such a strenuous trek m the ram
.;. nours earlier, the gaunt
14-year-old and one-time
engineering student was rousted
from his cell in a maximum
security prison in the heart of
Moscow and told to take his
r*longings with him. He did not
know it then, but his ordeal of
nearly 13 years in Russian con-
entration camps and prisons
* as coming to an end
Editor* please note: The
foUoumg is an eye-uitness ac-
count of Iosif Mendelevich j
arrival Feb 18 in Jerusalem after
11 years in Soviet prisons It uas
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years a prisoner in Soviet con-
centration camps and prisons,
displays invitation to a
meeting with Prime Minister
Menacbem Begin which was
hand delivered to him shortly
after his arrival in Israel
(Israel San Photo)
One week before he had been
transferred to Moscow from a
concentration camp in the Lra.-
where he had been on a >4-day
hunger strike to protest confisc
atn of his Hebrew textbook
I was very afraid. Mendel-
evich said of his unexpected
freedom. None of my guards
seemed to know why Id been
brought to Moscow. They took
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Jewish "'
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Mendelevich's Hebrea was
correct and fluent, and he c
relished using the language so
long forbidden to him
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spor.-
tumultu' at Ben-
Guii
there to greet me and I
lood that I had come I
holy and sweet in I I want I
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mitzi or. I
free I want to i for tht Jew
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Hill suffer .
Mendelevich does not clearly
know wh% he eased B il
no doubt, he stated
phaticallv. that the campaigns
for Soviet Jewry outside Russia
plaved an important part
the free world
- our behalf, con-
:he camps would ease a
lor quwi
i ask *
,.:.'ide the Soviet
houtd do for those still
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. colors.
the middle of it all. Iosif
.ngers a written
from Israeli Prime
Minister Menache
meeting the next daT*^'
the first letter that I veoaeZ'
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moment the shad* J
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he said. I
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and perhaps
studying lr. meanta*. i
want to spenc .me with m
mother and ED) suten ^ '
brother-in-law I a.v. to get t,
know my nephew; ^ n^^
I've fmt-rds .:. Israel whom I'w
not seen for rears tad In
friends here thai e never net
who worked n hard for
release.
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NEW YORK (JTA1 Rab-
bi YLsochur Dov Rokeach, the
elzer rebbe, arrived here from
Israel under heavy security
uard because of reported threats
3 his life. But a violent street
confrontation between his follow-
ers and members of the rival Sat-
..ur Hasidic sect did not
jiaterialize during the reception
-held for the rebbe in a public
[school auditorium in the heavily
Tthodox Boro Park section of
| Brooklyn.
Rokeach, 33, the only surviv-
ling descendant of the founder of
Ithe movement in Belz, Russia,
1200 years ago, will spend two
[weeks here visiting schools,
Isynagogues and social agencies
Irun by his followers. In a state-
Iment read to reporters by an aide,
I he said his visit, the first in eight
years, was occasioned by the 30th
inniversary of Belz institutions
n the U.S.
"My prayers are to the Al-
nighty that this convention will
esult in the uniting of all groups
>f To rah Orthodox Judaism," he
said.
THE THREATS against
Rokeach, alledgedly from mem-
ijers of the Satmar movement,
were responsible for the most
extensive security precautions
taken for any foreign visitor in
-ecent years. The rebbe and his
-mtourage were met at Kennedy
Airport by bullet-proof limou-
sines assigned by Mayor Edward
Koch to whisk them to Boro Park
with a police motorcycle escort.
Police barriers were in place in
streets near the private home
where the rebbe is staying and
] the city's bhie-and-white police
cars were conspicuous all over the
neighborhood.
More than 300 police have
surrounded the public school
where the rebbe appeared. Earl-
ier, the building had been
searched by the bomb squad. The
reason was the extreme bitter-
ness between the Belzer and Sat-
mar Hasidim who differ not only
on points of theology but in their
attitude toward Israel.
THE BELZER support the
Israeli government and receive
subventions from it for their
i institutions in Israel. They are
Zionists but insist that Israel
must become a "religious state."
The Satmar also have a commu-
nity in Israel-but refuse to recog-
nize the government or accept
support from it. They are anti-
Zionist and contend that there
can be no legitimate Jewish state
until the advent of the Messiah.
Some 600 Satmar followers
urrounded a Belzer synagogue
in the Williamsburg section of
Brooklyn for three hours, pelting
it with rocks, bottles and curses
until police forced them to dis-
perse and extricated some 75 Bel-
zer worshippers inside. There
were no injuries or arrests.
Anonymous telephone calls to
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
and other news media over the
weekend claimed that the Belzer
reebe might be "hit" by criminal
elements alledgedly engaged by
the Satmar. Hebrew and Yiddish
graffitti heaping scorn on the
Belzer rebe appeared on walls and
pavements in Williamsburg.
. LEAFLETS DENOUNCING
the rebbe were distributed in the
diamond trade district in mid-
town Manhattan where many
Hasidim are employed.
The City Administration took
the threats seriously. Security
arrangements were planned last
week at the behest of the Belzer
ommunity leaders who met with
fCoch and Police Commissioner
Robert McGuire at Grade
Mansion. Koch reportedly issued
a stern warning to Satmar lea-
ders to control their followers.
I rhe Mayor's office later denied
his.
But Rabbi Leiblisch Lewko-
vitz, president of the Inter-
national Satmar community,
issued a statement saying that
'Despite our philosophical differ-
ences we believe it is everyone's
right to visit our city in a peace-
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Singers Host Project
Renewal Cocktail Reception
Dr. Saul and Susan Singer recently held a cocktail reception at their
home to raise funds for Hod Hasharon. Israel, the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's Project Renewal neighborhood.
Special guest was Ziona Kemelman. a social worker in Hod
Hasharon, who presented Dr. Robert Pit tell. Federation president,
with a plaque that was hand-made by children in Hod Hasharon.
More than S53.000 was raised at the cocktail reception. Financial
commitments to Project Renewal may be paid over a five year period
and are gifts made above the regular commitment to the Federation's
annual campaign.
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for the American Cancer Society
What could be more exciting
than one event? Two gala events
First, on February 20 a fabulous
party was held at the California
Club for patrons and benefactors.
Well deserved recognition waf
given to the hardworking
committee which included Dene
Weisberg. Marion Marinelli. Jo
Pallotto. Boob* SchleasBger.
Joan Esterson. Fran Knee.
Naomi Kanner. Harriet Sultan.
Marilyn Myers and over 50
hostesses L'nder a starry sky.
the beautiful patio and garden
was a perfect setting for the
cocktail reception for nearly 300
invited guests. Enjoying the
festivities were Dr. Michael and
Barbara Deaky. David and Janet
Gable. Ed and Laurayne Gordon.
Also Dr. Milton and Carolyn
Canter. Dr. Harvey and Barbara
Peretr | both couples are also
parents of three great sons, and
we had an opportunity to update
the boys' activities). Saw Rae
Rogers who is very busy with her
t.v. and movie appearance. Have
you seen Rae in 'Caddyshack" or
on the Morrison Cafeteria and
Pan American Airlines com-
mercials0 Rae is a very talented
and charming friend. As the
lively music filled the air, we
chatted with Reuben Schneider.
Dr. Paul and Rath Rodenaky,
Elliot and Jndy Klein man.
Leonard and Phyllis Grand. The
ambiance of the evening and the
beauty of the California Club
makes this event a soda.'
highlight.
On February 25 the Clubhouse
Restaurant at Gulfstream Park
was filled to capacity. Among the
many supporters enjoying the
luncheon and the races were
Betty Finkelatein. Nancy Brizd.
Dianne Shaffer, Sue Badat.
Edyth ScBoem, Sheila Smith.
Also Judee Barron, Shelly
Mandelbanm, Marion Torin, Bea
Saal, Elayne Rabin. At my table
were Brenda Green man, Joyce
Newman, Nancy Atkin, Elbe
Katz, Sebna Hopen, Elaine Pit
teO, Marilyn Kaplan, Charlotte
Brodie and Jndy GInzer.
With this crowd a jockey named
Cohen was a natural favorite. I
bet $2 to win and that he did.
It waa a fun day benefitting a
very important cause.
Keith Hoffman, son of Edward
and Marilyn Hoffman is a fine
example of an outstanding
University of North Carolina
student-athlete. He is co-captain
of UNC's swimming team,
having been a high school All
American and a U.S. representa-
tive on international swim tours
While at Carolina, Keith has been
a conference finalist in six events
and top breaststroker in 1980-81
Atlantic Coast Conference. Keith
is majoring in speech and drama,
and has been elected president of
the Monogram Chib which ii
established to develop coma
raderie among all varsity ath-
letes. Keith hopes to represent
the U.S. in the 1981 Maccabean
Games in Tel Aviv.
The Hoffmann are equally
proud of daughter Cathy a junior
at Emory University, School of
Business Administration and
Craig and Kim who are seventh ,
and eighth graders at Novc ''
Middle School
Our community is proud ot its
many fine young people.
Mazel tov to a vary youthful
great grandmother, Mary Zinn.
Grandaughter Theda Shaw,
daughter of Rita Ilowitt, has a
new little son, Aaron Louis. Aunt
Esther Gordon also joined the
family at the bris in Atlanta, Ga.
Benjamin and Jean Strota
bq-Rochelle Koenig
entertained very special guests
recently Well-known comedian
Myron Cohen and wife Mariam
enjoyed the Sirota's hospitality
at Emerald Hills Country Club
Jean Sirota. a former Ziegfeld
girl, has been a long time friend
of popular Myron Cohen.
A 50th wedding anniversary is
a glorious event William and
Dorothy Kowitt celebrated their
simcha for an entire weekend. A
lovely surprise dinner at the
beach Hobday Inn for close
friends and relatives was held
with sons and daughters-in-law
Stan and Bonny Kowitt. Ted and
Ronnie Kowitt. Sharing the
happy party were grandchildren
Debbie. Barry and Kenny and
family Ben and Flora Washer-
man. Alex and TUie Rotbenberg.
Sam and Rath Morrison
Temple Beth Shalom honored
William and Dorothv at the
annual JNF dinner dance
Dorothy has been their talented
pianist on many occaooa
Through the years the Kowitts
have been leaders at their Temple
and in the community Jomin,
the celebration were singer
Harriet Ormsood. the Al Fried
ajaj Gab* Tishters. Mama
Baas'.
The gala weekend was capped
by a beautiful Sunday brunch at
the Stan Kowitts. It was
marvelous weekend for a lovely
family, honoring a remarkable
couple.
Una Steia, daughter of Elliot
and Barbara Stein observed her
sixteenth birthday with a Luau
Partv for her many fnends Hula
Hoops and limbo dancing
highlighted the fun
Nat* and Ethel Machtey were
guests of honor at an elegant
dinner dance at Hillcrest Country'
Club The important occasion
was their 50th wedding an-
niversary Their hosts, daughter
and son-in-law Benha and Joe
Schwartz and grandchildren
Jonny and Amy joined the
joyous friends and family Foi
over 30 years, Nate, a retired
commercial artist, and Ethel
have enioved the close friendship
of their bridge group, and they
were among the wail wishers
sharing the exciting mileetona.
Rose Sack has bean en joy in,
out of town company. Dunn*
their visit sister AdeU
Cooperbend. nieces Sail a aad
Sanaa Cooperbend of Mass. were
treated to an evening of musk at
the Miami Beach Symphony.
Among then- many actrvitiue
they also attended, accompanied
by neighbor MBton Grover and
Dr. Norman Grover, the in-
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ch 20,1981
The Jewish Fbridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 17
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(left) chairman of Galahad III, presents Sarah and
en with an honoree plaque at Galahad Ill's annual event
alf of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1981
t. Appeal-Federation campaign.
Residents of Presidential Towers gathered recently to show their
support to the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1981 United
Jewish Appeal-Federation campaign.Seated from left are Jean Gerd.
Alma Delightisch and Molly Turgell. Standing from left are Cele
Spellman, Charles Gerd, Min Hausman, Jack Mandelbaum, Gus
Lipps, Shirley Mandelbaum and Stunner Kaye, executive director.
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On Nay 11th, some 500.000
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will celebrate the biggest
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How about you?
In some 1000 theatres from
Paris to the Palisades people
will join together on Monday
night. May 11th for a joyous
celebration of the 33rd an-
niversary of the creation of the
State of Israel. It's the World
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based on Chaim Potok's "The
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Israeli Ship Sinks,
Scores Dead, Missing
By WILLIAM SAPHIRE
NEW YORK (JTA
The Coast Guard saic
Tuesday that four crewmen
are dead and 21 missing
from the Israeli bulk carrier
Masada which sank in heav\
seas about 96 miles east of
Bermuda.
The rescue of nine
others has been confirmed.
and two are reported
rescued but unconfirmed,
the Coast Guard said. The
Navy and Coast Guard are
conducting a massive sea-
air search for the missing
men.
Capt. Johnny Singer, oper
atuns manager of the Zixn Lines
New York, owners of the ves-
sel toid the Jewish Telegraph*
Agency that there were 34 mer
and one woman aboard tl
Masada when she foundered.
SHE SAID the woman was the
wife of an officer, but he would
not identify her or anyone else by
name pending further in-
formation on the rescue
operation. He said, however, that
the Masada was commanded by
?apc. Gera Levon and that the
crew were mixed Israeli and
foreign.
According to Capt. Singer, the
Coast Guard's information is
still preliminary They are still
getting people out of the water
There are still people in the
water." he told the JTA.
Petty Officer Greg Creedoo of
the U.S. Coast Guard Eastern
Sea Frontier in New York told
the JTA that the Navy has four
ships engaged in the search and
rescue operation including the
giant Aircraft Carrier Forrestal.
two frigates and one destroyer
Coast Guard C-130 aircraft and
five hebcopters from the
Forrestal are conducting the
search from the air. he said
ACCORDING TO Creadon
the rescue seamen and the rest
of three of the deceased are
presently aboard four merchant
ships. He said the Damodar
Tasaka. bound for Italy, reported
eight survivors and one deceased
aboard but provided the names of
only six survivors- The Polly
Crest, en route to Rotterdam.
reported one survivor The
motorship High Seas Prcrais* en
route to Bermuda, said it had one
survivor and one deceased
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lep'.
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Ancient Find Explains Moses' Egypt Flight Plan
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV UTAI
Hebrew University
archaeologists digging in
the Gaza Strip lying along
the ancient "Via Maris"
iway of the seal have un-
covered the ruins of two
Egyptian administrative
centers or garrison over
3.000 years old. which may
have been the reason Moses
decided to take a round-
about route to the
Promised Land, to avoid
clashes with Pharaoh's
soldiers.
Excavating tor month* during
the 19"9 and 1960 seasons. Prof
Truck Dothan and her team
uncovered two superimposed
monumental mud-brick struc-
tures near a remarkable cemetery
where dozens of anthropoid day
coffins had been found in
;r?\ .. _- The structures an
. i
centuries BCE
IN THE FIRST
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preserved beater, earth floors
upon which lay large amcur.'.-
Kxal potten.. both Canaanae and
Egyptian, and imported CjrprkW
and Myc< ""
A clay seal found among the
other pottery pieces was
fimirfr to one found at Tei el
Amaru in Egypt and helped
date the structure to the per.- c :
Pharaoh Ramses II the great
conqueror and builder who was
King of Egypt at the -.une of the
Biblical exoc_-
.\n industrial area was also
exacavated just north of the
residence-gamson.
Ik settle-
Phibsune
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centuries
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Tel Aviv TV Program Kicked
Off the Air in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES tJTAl -
In an unexpected, and possib!-
illegal action, the management o
L'HF Channel 18 cancelled a one
year contract for air time with Te
Aviv TV after only four broad
casts of its weekly, two-and-half
hour variety and news show
according to Tel Aviv TV presi
dent Dan More.
Europe and U.S.A
Jr. High ^
High Schoot
Un Groups College
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d* cai'ber. taste, and wrtH sj'-vwl
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the contract was being cancelled
to allow the station to carry a
Spanish language sports show
More quoted the letter as Hj ..-.*
although we feel that your show
has great potential, we are forced
to favor the overall benefit* of
this new sports package for the
' nation "
MORE NOTED that -.- -
not a similar '..-.-
annual cancellat; news
shows b>- the major TV networks
Tel Aviv TV had par baaed the
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Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood
Torah Fund presented the
Woman of Achievement award
on March 8 at the annual lun-
cheon to Jae Ruderman. renter.
Presenting the award (left
Mildred Kahan and I right) Rose
Stewart, committee co-chair
persons.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Shalom presented the annual
.ih Fund Luncheon on
Sunday, March 6. at 12 noon En
the Grand Ballroom of Temple
Beth Shalom. 1400 N 46 Ave .
Hollywood. The theme of this
years luncheon "We Build For
Our Children" is exemplified by
thi< year's honoree Jae Ruder-
man.
Co-chairpersons of the Torah
Fund Committee. Mrs. Rose
- *art and Mrs. Mildred Kahan
'. !: re r\ ,itinn for '.he lur.c ha IB
Sisterhood honors
Jae Ruderman
On March 8. at the Torah Fund
Luncheon in the Temple Beth
Shalom Ballroom, the honoree
was Jae Ruderman
Jae has a long list of credits to
her name She is at present
Fducation and Library Fund
Chairman and has made a major
contribution these past eight
years in promoting, enlarging
and improving The Adult
Reading Section of the Library.
For three years she has succes-
sfully founded and directed the
Library Symposium which not
Religious
Directory
NORTH BROWARD
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL 7)00 0K
lana Park Blvd Conservative Raoc
Phillip A i_aoow.t* Cantor Maurice
a Neu
TEMPLE BETH ORR 2151 RivervO*
Drive Reform (44)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 106
57tti St. Conservative Rabbi Israel
Zimrnerman. (44 A)
MIRAMAR
TEMPlE ISRAEL 6M0 SW Mir. St
Conservative Rabbi Paid Ptotfcm
Cantor josepn ffichelewaki (41)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE BETH EMET Pines Midaie
School 200 NW Douglas Ro Liberal
Reform RaMx Bennet Greenspon
TEMPLE IN THE PINES 9730 Sterling
Re hoi. wood Conservative Rabc
Bernard P Snoter
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION 400 S Nob Hill Rd Rabbi Sheon
J Harr ti
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
GOGUE 7473 NW 4th St. (69)
HALLANDALE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER 416
NE Stti Ave Conservative Rabbi Dr
Carl Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob
Danziger (12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform Rabbi
Ralph P Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Snulkes. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH AHM. 3)0 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max
Landman. (47B)
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave'
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
THODOX fUbbl Raphael Ten
nenluua 1504 Wiley St ,
TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Con
servative. Rabbi Seymour Friedman
Rabbi Emeritus David Shapiro
Cantor Robert Ungar.
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
Hollywood. Fla. 33021. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Robert P. Fraiin.
Cantor Michael Kyrr. (47C)
YOUNG ISRAEL Of HOLLYWOOD
FORT LAUDERDAVE 3791 Stlrlint
Road. Orthodox. JUbbi Moshe
Bomitr. (52) \
y
tfoeoooo<
only publicized jna popularizec
The Library, but succeeded in
raising large BOnu of money for
new books.
In the new Bookshop Library
Publications distributed by the
National Women's League for
Conservative Judaism, she has
contributed two pages of recom-
mendations on Books About The
Bible.
Jae has been Education VP for
The Hollywood Chapter of
Hadassah and has been
responsible for very popular and
successful Education Days. She
is a professional Book Analyst
and is an accomplished public
speaker. As a graduate of Smith
College with a Masters Degree in
Chemistry from MIT plus her
experience as a High School
teacher in Newton. Mass and as
a research analyst at The Massa-
chusetts General Hospital for
Harvard Medical School and
NIH. Jae brings to her present
activities a vast store of varied
and valuable experience and
knowledge.
Jae and her husband Jack have
lived here almost ten years and
have been active at Temple Beth
Shalom as they both had been up
north.
We applaud the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Shalom for
selecting Jae as the Torah Fund
honoree.
TEMPLE SINAI
The Hebrew Literary Cam-
paign at Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood, is quickly and excitedly
reaching its goal. Under the dedi-
cated inspiration of Rabbi Sey-
mour Friedman, we have com-
pleted 10 weeks of rigorous
studies. The great enthusiasm of
both student! and teacher-
never worn off!
\t thi- point in time, with only
two lesson* ahead of us. we are_all
eager to participate in the big
of graduation nighr
Included in the pn
learning to read and understand
the meaning of the Fridaj
evening services. Cantor Robert
Ungs -.ingusthemelodKS
which we will chant as we lead
the congregation in prayer
April 3. is the date of the
union ceremonu-
included will be a Champ
Reception for all the student!
their families which will be held
in !'. Wing at T p m
lowing this -p" re epti i
will join the congregation
8 p.m \
studi have particii i
in t:
paign will be awarded dip:

w ith grateful appreciatioi
wou thank our teachers
I.ibby Brooks, Dr Cl
Friedman. Esther Gordon, Sill
Kimelman. Joseph Kieiman.
itt. Avis Sachs R
/. Seidel, Ronni Sinn i
r and Sherry Weiner, who
have given of their time and ef-
fort unflinchingly We would also
like to thank our supervisor and
coordinator. Mrs. Nili Kimelman.
who ha1- done everything that one
can possibly imagine, during the
past three months, so that this
program could become the huge
success it is
An open invitation is happily
extended to the entire communi-
ty to participate in this must
auspicious occasion.
Rabbinical Assembly To
Sponsor Special Service
On Wednesday. April 8 at 8
a.m.. the local members of the
Rabbinical Assembly will
sponsor a special service, en-
titled. "Birkat Ha-Chamah," the
Blessing of the Sun. It will be
held at Johnson Street Beach at
the Band shell in Hollywood. The
Service will begin with the Sha-
charit. the morning service, and
will be followed immediately by
the special service for the "Bles-
sing of the Sun". All are invited
to participate at this service
The origin of this special
service. Birkat Ha-Chamah. is to
be found in the Talmud (Berachot
59). There it is stated that every
28 years, the sun returns to its
original place in the heavens, at
the same hour of the day and the
same day of the week as when it
first began its rounds at the time
of Creation. The last Birkat Ha-
Chamah was held on Wednesday.
April 8. 1953 and the next one
will not be held until Wednesday,
April 8. 2009. The local ob-
servance, like many others
around the world, will this year
focus on the need for the|
utilization of solar energy as a
way of meeting the energy crisis.
This emerges from the principle
that what God has created should
be used in such a manner as to
elevate the quality of human life.
Participating in the Birkat Ha
Chamah Service will be the fol-
lowing members of the Rab-
binical Assembly: Rabbi
Seymour Friedman. Temple
Sinai. Hollywood, who is the
chairman of the event, Rabbi Carl
Klein. Hallendale Jewish Center;
Rabbi Paul Plotkin. Temple
Israel. Miramar; Rabbi Harold
Richter. Jewish Federation of
South Breward; Rabbi Bernard
Shote. Temple in the Pines.
Pembroke Pines; Rabbi Phillip
Labowitz. Temple Beth Israel.
Sunrise. Rabbi Mordecai Brili
and Rabbi Arnold Lasker who
has written an article in the
current issue of Conservative
Judaism on the "Blessing of the
Sun". Also participating will be
Dr. Fred Khani and Sandi Khani.
co-chairmen of CRC's sub-
committee on Energy
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Gordon,Kimelman Head
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\t Temple Sinai, a committee
under the leadership of Esther
Cordon and Nili Kimelman is
making arrangements for partici-
pation of the exciting Purim
custom of Shalach Manot
I lucratively wrapped
ha men
<***,.
containing a cake, hamentaschen
and candies especially designed
for this purpose, will be packaged
for Temple Sinai members to give
to their friends and family. This
i- m keeping with the Purim tra-
dition of bringing goodies from
home to home. Each specially
wrapped package will contain a
baked round cake with the words
llappv Purim." moon, prune
and apricnt
candi.
The custom of
gifts as an esstntfcjj (_
I urim is mentioned miCa.
on such customs that the
reputation for worldwid,.
thropy has been fed wl
word "manot igft,,"^
plural (from the singular,
('portion'), traditional inu,
ation rules that at least taJS
be sent. Often thev consjbjl
special Purim delicacies, i""
home-made Hamant
salted almonds.
and fruit
candies.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 23-
To Honor
linograds
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knd Mrs. Milton Wino-
tured, will be honored by
fcirida Chapter of the
!>f Fellows Anti Defama-
^ue of B'nai B'rith, on
March 22, at a cocktail
the home of Mr. and
Stieber, co-hosted by
Mrs. Nathan Pritcher
I and Mrs. Herman Glick-
tribute to Ambassador
Kampelman will also be
kat evening, according to
[Pearlman, chairman of
ty of Fellows.
rad is a trustee and
[of the American Friends
few University and serves
[president of the Holly-
lil landale Chapter. He is
of the Southeast
Society of Founders; a
of the board of Boys
Jerusalem; and a mem-
I the Florida Thousand,
kciety of Fellows. He has
[on the ADL regional
or many years and was
I by the Apparel Industry
j Forest Hills Community
toi-
ls on the board of the
Geriatric Institute at
Bland Jewish Hospital, is a
of the Einstein College of
oe of Yeshiva University
| York; is a charter member
prest Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
the board of trustees of
fR I-odge in New York. A
of the Society of Patrons
[Jewish Theological Semi-
Ihe currently serves as
big gifts chairman for the
Federation of South
Ird's 1981 Combined
Appeal-Israel Emergency
tampaign.
I Winograd is a past presi-
Vf the FDR Chapter B'nai
j Women, chairman of ADL
111 as the United Jewish
1 chairman for Forest Hills,
lr Winograd was named.
| of the Year" by the Boy
of America and he and
Winograd were the
|nts of the coveted Ben
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Israel s New Life Award waa presented at a State of Israel Tribute
Dinner held in honor of Hallandale residents James Kassner and Carl
Rosenkopf, by the Israel Bonds Organization. The awards were pre-
sented recognizing the two men as Holocaust survivors who have
distinguished themselves in civic and Jewish communal activities. In
photo above, Otto Stieber, presents the New Life Award to Kassner.
In photo below, Rabbi Carl Klein of the Hallandale Jewish Center
presents the New Life Award to Rosenkopf.
Rose and Paul Nestel, pic-
tured, have been named to
receive Israel's City of Peace
award at the annual Temple Beth
El "Salute to Israel" to be held
Sunday, April 5 at 11 a.m., in the
Temple's Tobin Auditorium,
Hollywood. The' announcement
was made by Melvin H. Baer,
chairman of the event, who noted
that the Nestels are richly de-
serving of "this great honor
because of their many years of
dedicated work on behalf of Israel
and the Jewish community."
Nestel served as vice-president of
'the Hi-Rise Division for the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's CJIEF. He is on the
loard of governors of the United
Fund and is a member of Men's
Hollywood ORT. He served on
the National Panel of the Ameri-
can Arbitration Association, is a
published author and was as-
sociated with the United Invest-
ment Corporation.
Mrs. Nestel has been a diligent
worker for the Jewish Federation
n New York, the Home for the
\ged of Riverdale, Fight for
Sight, ORT and Brandeis
University.
Special guest at the dinner will
be David Schoenbrun, one of
America's most distinguished
journalists, who has served as
chief correspondent with CBS in
several world cpaitols. He has
won numerous broadcasting
awards and is a best-selling
author of five books.
Co-chairman of Temple Beth
El's Salute to Israel is Abe. B.
Halpem. Beth El president is
Owen Lewis Wyman.
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Spring Scholarship Ball
International singing star
Shlomo Haviv will be the special
guest artist at the fourth Annual
Spring Scholarship Ball spon-
sored by the North Dade-
B reward Histadrut Council,
Saturday, March 21st at the
Konover Hotel in Miami Beach.
The evenings highlite will
feature a special presentation of
Israel Histadruts Silver Menorah'
Award to Adele and Nat Lacov,
1981 recipients.
Arriving in this country eight
years ago, Shlomo Haviv settled
in New York City and for two
years played to sellout audiences
at Davids Harp, a well known
night spot in the "Big Apple".
Shlomo's song style has been
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Aznavour. He is said to capture
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yet retaining an illustrious per-
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Lacov have been associated with
the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida, they have en-
deared themselves to the hun-
dreds of active members in the
South Florida Council. Their
devotion and dedication to the
State of Israel and the cause of
Histadrut is a source of profound
encouragement to the entire
Histadrut movement."
Beneficiary of the March 21st,
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help of Golda Meir, in 1957 and
has since then provided 65,000
underprivileged Israeli
youngsters with annual
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occasion and Israel Histadrut
50th Anniversary the Lacov's
A/ill establish the Nat and Adele
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