The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
13 v. : ill. ;
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood


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

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University of Florida
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eJewislh IFIvridli&ti
and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
11 Number 8
Hollywood, Florida Friday, April 17,1981
B frtdShochtl
Price 35 Cent*
Ambassador Blum Guest Speaker
At Temple Beth Shalom Apr. 17
jida Blum, Israel's Ambas-
\o the United Nations, will
quest speaker at a commu-
de event on Thursday,
\l nt 8 p.m. at Temple Beth
The program will mark
tiding down of the Jewish
Ition of South Broward's
Initcd Jewish Appeal-Fed-
I campaign.
passudor Blum, the repre-
ve of Israel to the U.N.
|978, was a professor of In
onal Law at the Hebrew
sity for 10 years.
in 1931, he was detained
Nazi concentration camp
Yehuda Blum
for Bergen Belsen in 1944.
He gained a Masters Degree in
Law from the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem and received his
Doctorate in International Law
from the University of London.
Seated on the dais with
Ambassador Blum will be all the
chairmen from the difrerent areas
of the community who have con-
tributed to the success of this
year's campaign.
Philip A. Levin, M.D., cam-
paign chairman, who will be com-
pleting his two year term in May,
will introduce Ambassador Blum.
Women's Tennis and Golf
Tourney Set for April 27
are being finalized for
rish Federation of South
I Women's Division third
Tennis and Golf Tourna-
ind Luncheon, set for
I April 27.
rvations have been
in steadily. "We are
ly excited about this
vent since there will be so
Dmmunity involvement,"
Ig to Terry Geronemus,
Cantor, golf chairwomen
'lorence Roth, tennis
levent will be held at
Emerald Hills Country Club, said
Dina Kaye, arrangements
Continental breakfast will be
served at 7:45 a.m. for golfers.
The 18-hole shot-gun tournament
will begin at 8 a.m., explained
Mrs. Cantor and Mrs. Geron-
Continental breakfast will be
served at 9 a.m. for tennis players
and the tennis tournament begins
nl 9:30 a.m.. added Mrs. Roth.
The luncheon and guest speak-
er, Israel Amitai, noted television
producer, director, author,
lecturer and journalist, will begin
at 1 p.m.
The cost of the day-long event
is $18 per person, which includes
continental breakfast and lun-
cheon. Golf carts are $7.50 per
Minimum commitment to the
United Jewish Appeal-Federa-
tion campaign is $125. Tennis
and golf are optional.
Any aspiring tennis or golf
athletes should contact Mary
Anne at the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
[asada More Than a View of Israel
iida a massive mountain
He. more than 1,300 feet
Israel. At the top, you
breathtaking view of the
(Sea and the vast desert.
fill also see the remains of
lernd's palace.
las on Masada that 960
komen and children fought
mighty Roman Legion. It
ere, 1900 years ago, that
freedom fighters took their
ws choosing a death of
<>a life of slavery.
can visit Masada, where
(his history was written. The
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Community Mission
lo Israel is scheduled for Oct. 26
November 3. according to
Jerry and Joan Raticoff,
The Federation will also be
visiting Poland, under the leader-
ship of I lerbert and Nancy Brizel,
from October 21 25.
The cost of the Mission, in-
cluding the Poland portion if
* 1.528 per person, including
meals. The cost of the Israel only
Mission is $1,099 per person.
including meals. Minimum gift to
(lie Federation's 1982 United
Jewish Appeal-Federation
campaign is $1,500 for head of
household plus a $500 woman's
gift to the Women's Division.
Individual travelers will be
expected to make a $1,500
minimum commitment.
Extensions are available
throughout Israel and Europe.
For reservations and information
on the Community Mission,
contact the Missions Desk at the
Jewish Federation of South
Passovep message
Let this Be the yeap
President, JFSB
The kindling of candles on
Friday night is symbolic of the
precepts of the Torah, the clue to
the spirit and structure of
Judaism. It is from this ethic of
justice and loving kindness that
has sprung the moral promise by
which Jews live. Each time we
kindle these lights, we are
reminded that we are sharing an
ancient tradition with Jews
everywhere. This act of loyalty
and dedication reminds us that
we also share our dreams and
determination. It is in this spirit
that we must proclaim our
dedication to these principles.
Israel exists in the land of our
forefathers of its own right. Our
right to our land is not realized
through the grace of any nation
or group of nations but at the
command of the Almighty
through our hands and those of
our brethren. Just as France,
Denmark or even the tiniest
nations that dot the oceans need
not justify their existence,
neither need Israel; Israel is the
national home of the Jews and
has Iron for 5.000 years.
Israel is a democracy, the only
one in the Middle East. Its
citizens must remain to deter-
mine their own destinies,
especially on security issues,
without outside pressures.
As a strong democracy in a
troubled part of the world, Israel
is a major strategic asset for the
United States. A strong secure
Israel is not only in Israel's
interest, it is in the interest of the
United States and the entire free
world. Israel is the sole pro-
western nation in the Middle
East with an alignment not sub-
ject to change when its leaders
The Palestinian Arab problem
is not at the root of middle
eastern unrest; the core of the
conflict is the continued refusal of
Arab nations, save Egypt, to rec-
ognize the existence of Israel and
proceed to a resolution of dis-
putes through a process of ne-
gotiations, as painstaking as
they must be.
The problem created bv the
industrial nation's dependence on
Middle East oil will not be solved
by forcing Israel to succomb to
Arab pressures. This has been
demonstrated dramatically in the
war between Iran and Iraq a
war that has nothing to do with
Israel. Oil supply and costs are
regulated solely by the self-
interest of the oil-producing
We proudly proclaim our
determination to keep the lights
of freedom burning both in Is-
rael and in America, two nations
linked by a common heritage
and we welcome the support of
our countrymen.
The names that appear on the
following pages of the Jewish
Floridian have shown their
commitment to these ideals
have you joined this list of
dedicated Jews?
As we approach this Passover
in the year of 1981-5741, we are
reminded of the liberation of the
Jewish people from tyranny and
oppression. With courage and the
hope for the future of the State of
Israel our fathers and grand-
fathers stood strong. Today, with
our support, we must stand up
for freedom, human dignity and
the rights of the individual.
Passover is the time for us to
recall and retell the ancient tale of
the delivery of our oppressed
people, a story that never
changes, but goes on and on.
On behalf of the Officers and
Board of Directors of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward, I
would like to extend my sincere
best wishes to you and your
families for a happy and healthy
Aided 28,000 Refugees
During 1980 its centennial
year HI AS helped almost
28,000 refugees find new homes
in free nations, according to
reports presented to board
members from throughout the
country at its annual meeting in
the New York City March 23.
BIAS is supported in part by the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's 1981 UJA-Federation
This figure represent the
second largest number of people
helped by the Jewish migration
agency in any single year since
World War II, and includes
18,631 Soviet Jews, it was an-
nounced by HI AS president
Edwin Shapiro.
To carry out its worldwide ac-
tivities in the past year, the
agency spent $18,587,793, which
includes funds furnished by the
United States Government for
the resettlement of 5,167 Indo-
chinese refugees, 2,781 Cubans
and smaller numbers of other
HIAS-assisted non-Jewish emi-
grants from other countries.
Leonard Seidenman, the
newly-appointed executive vice
president of HIAS, told board
members the agency "is con-
fident that the Reagan adminis-
tration will continue in the great
American tradition of extending
welcome and support to
refugees." He noted that Presi-
Continued on Pag* 2
1981 Family Mission |
Set for July 2-12
Now is the time to make your
reservations for the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
1981 Family Mission, set for July
2-12, according to Herb and
Susen Grossman, chairmen.
Reservations are steadily
coming in for the Mission, with
50 people already confirmed, the
Grossmans said.
This year's Mission will be
especially exciting as it coincides
with the 11th Maccabiah Games
in Israel. Family Mission parti-
cipants will have the opportunity
to watch the Games and meet
with the athletes, the Grossmans
Accommodations include five-
star hotels, the King David in
Jerusalem, the Sharon in Her
zliah and the Dan in Tel Aviv.
Extensions are available
throughout Israel and in various
European countries.
Participants who extend in
Israel will have the opportunity
to view the last four day of the
Maccabiah Games.
For additional information,
contact Herb Tobin at the Jewish
l Federation of South Broward.

Receiving ibeir awards are from
and Sam Roller, coordinator
left Bertram Mock pa>t chairman
From left art Joe Ravmond chairman, and Mihoo M Winograd
Hillorest Chairman Joe Raymond and Coordinator Sam Koiler
We Wish To Exend To All Our Friends
A Happy Passover
4XTIS Hospa* Owe
Continued from Page 1
commitment and
for the plight of
A..rldide. and we look
,ng these -ympa-
Bected in continuing
In disai '<' future re-
f Soviet Jews Mr
-a plan
- to provide
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lew isfa \genc\
Button efforts to provide
: f the
man> thousands of Jews suf-
from persecution and
HIAS also pledged to continut
pood to request* by the
- Government to maintain its
resettlement services on behalf of
Ind.-chinese refugees During the
past five years the agencv has
helped resettle 15.000 uch
persons in the United States.
Winners of the fifth annual
Ann S Petluck Memorial
Awards were announced at the
~-tmg by Mr Shapiro The
awards, each earning 'a *400
through HIAS to refugee "who
na\t- made exceptional progress
or shown outstanding promise in
resettling in the Inited States
The three winners were Soviet
lewisn emigrants, two of whom
are now university students in
country; the third is a high
Khool M-nior
The award, are named for a
HI \S social work administrator
who profoundly influenced the
2* t migration casework
and helped reshape and liberalize
Petluck died in 1974. through a
grant from her husband. Mever
HIAS is a beneficiary of the
I ruled Jewish Appeal, the UJA-
Federauon of Greater New York
^Jewish Federation across the
Cordon Lcland
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Riverside now has seven chapels to sen**.
Jewish communities of Dade, Broward a-: P3;t BewT
counties. But. more convenience is or : -- -j .^ ,f?
why since 1935. Riverside has been the star-Hard dv*
people compare funeral service.
At Riverside, families are served by the lame]
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people with a genuine understanding c"i~ es'neek i
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At Riverside, families' -^
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Hillcrest Women's Division
The Hillcrest Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward have raised in excess of $182,000 for the 1981 United Jewish
Appeal-Federation campaign.
This figure is way above our original goal of $175,000. according to
Hannah Adel, Gloria Hess and Nellie Shanler, chairwomen.
The Hillcrest Women recently evaluated their programs for the year
and ended up with a celebration of their success.
k of Park Place UJA-Federation Campaign a. recent cocktail hour arc seated from left Toby Sills
J, Cogan. Ruth Pross and Helen Krosnow. Standing from left are Harold Nestler. Irving Tn's
[>- .(arrow, Chairwoman; Ted Modes and Al Osman.
Seated from left are Dorothy Chernuchin. Eleanor Sacknoff and Tess
Haber. Standing from left are Mary Wolfe. Shirley Kravitz. Sally
Wmograd. Roz Ratner and Eleanor Lerner.

Seated from left are Sonia Podell, Dorothy Shandell and Sally Rit
Su\t T ?m '!fLare ^ert "**. Ruth Rosen. Anne
Cohen, Bea Mogdowitz and Hannah Adel.
i from left are Frances Sanders, Ethel Miller, Samuel Popper, Azrel Alprin. Standing from left are
Miller. Lou Fine, Dr. Martin Sanders and Harry Reiter.
tour savings maured up o $100,000 by on ogency of fhe Federal Government
Equal Opportunity Employe*
Seated from left are Anne Weitz, Gloria Heaa and Goldie Unger.
Standing from left are Martha Werbach, Pearl SobeJ, Ellie Rabins,
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makes the
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But they lack one very important feature:
At Menorah Chapels, we firmly believe
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Haig's Trip Meant What?
Secretary of State fYlexan~er H s_: -as -
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hj| _?.: ;rere this weea Tbe trouble :s '--*: ~: : r.-e
;-at. :-r s_.-e precise.} arjc u. r^: extent
t~ for tbe Rea^ar A.ira.rustra:
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Hajg a_. to-flappabie mouth 00 forage ai
out first check", r^:
Tbe trtr. i ais* announced taag bd if the
dicadful events of t -ee* ago Monday *ber
following the aner-ptec as. saiw nation cf the
President Secretary Kaig raced to tbe r-. -
teteviskao omens I: grv e =_ = :=._.:;
succession to the presidency and :: ifMftj : '-
stunned populace that a5 of tben I ant .r : r.arge
What remains to be see= precis*!;. fan D
occur upon Haig ? return If his pc-s.t. :
- .1 if .: 1: Mr Reagan chailengei lanjl Mg-
mer tiba U 5 Senate over what aajjjai have
become a confirmation -rangie
Until then, one can say little more about
than that everyone agreed that those pesky- R us sides
are a pain, and nowhere more so than in the IGddk
East today, and that includes Poland
agreed. Arabs and Israelis, that the threat must be
M no one rx>_c ;a -.agt now to deal
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nat rouid all that positive palaver, about the '.ruaal ntar. aajvag ac rr^::^r artaal
happen* to Secretarv of State Haig on his return to
Before Attempt on His Life,
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: xrture of a new
Land of Sun
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rid leader in oil
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allowance, sub-
Dg and fre*
highlights the
jig. ideal country
abundance of
1 nd wide open spaces
-sent target 100 Israeli
arj arute South
ami attracts tbe Israelis.
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black homeland
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were attracted
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
VaticanPLO Meeting Criticised
Ism continued here of
leeting held at the
|ui last week by
inal Augustino
jli, the Vatican's
iry of State, with
Ik Kaddoumi, head of
'alestine Liberation
Ization'fl political
tment. The criticism
)upled with a warning
such incidents
let protesting the meeting
ii to Msgr. Jorge Meiia. of
\lection of
iple Sinai
\nnual Elections of
,iml Board <>t Governors
fclace al Temple Sinai,
Karp Hall on Sunday,
129th. The following were
i<> office:
Sil. n Alfred Rosenthal,
1st Vice-President Marty
(on: 2nd Vice-President
[Shin; 3rd Vice-Presldent
in Platt; 1th Vice-Presi-
Iward l.efkow; Financial
laiv Irving London;
jrer Louis Deutsch;
)ing Secretary Rose Cohn;
henlarian Ronald Rosen.
ii of (iovurnera for 3 years
i Brown, George Crane,
Alfred (leronemus, D.D.S..
Kushner, Seymour Mann.
Ponn, Saul Singer, M.D.,
Installation of the above
Officers and Board of Gov-
will take place at Friday
r\g services, April 10th at 8
in the main sanctuary.
Seymour Friedman will
inl the service and Cantor
rt Ungar will chant the
the Vatican's Secretariat for the
Promotion of Christian Unity,
by the National Christian
Leadership Conference for Israel,
a coalition of Protestant and
Catholic Clergy and clergy who
seek to foster understanding and
support for Israel in the United
"BY OFFICIALLY receiving
those who vowed to add one more
horrible chapter to the long
history of Jewish suffering, the
Church we believe nour-
ishes fear among our Jewish
brothers and sisters that once
again Christians will foresake
them at a critical moment in their
history, the Leadership Confer-
ence said. "In light of past ex-
perience such sentiments are all
too understandable."
The letter declared that: "We
hope and pray for a clear word
' from the Holy See that legitimate
concerns about the Palestinian
people and questions about
Jerusalem cannot be negotiated
isith people who. through their
National Covenant and their
ail ions, threaten the very survi-
val of the Slate of Israel as well
as the peace of the world."
The letter was signed by Dr.
Frank II. I.null, president of the
Leadership Conference; Sister
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Rose Thering, vice president;
Rev. William Harter, secretary-
treasurer and Rev. Isaac Rotten-
berg, executive director.
Congress also expressed concern
that Casaroli's meeting with
Kaddoumi was part of an
emerging pattern of Church ac-
tions that threatens a deteriora-
tion of relations between the
Church and Jews.
"With the election of John
Paul II (as Pope), a witness to
the destruction of European Jew-
ry, we were deeply hopeful that
the Catholic Church would be
more responsive to the depth of
Jewish suffering and the
necessity to prevent a recurrence
of such crimes against the Jewish
people, Henry Siegman. execu-
tive director of the AJCongress
said. "The meeting with the PLO
follows a number of develop-
ments in recent months, in-
cluding a hostile reference to
Jewish ethics in the recent
Encyclical, which have gone far
to undermine this hope."
Earlier, the meeting between
( asaroli and Kaddoumi was
sharply criticized by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the Israel Consulate
General in New York.
Al Golden To Speak At
BB Women Testimonial
Alfred (Al) Golden, national
commissioner of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and executive vice presi-
dent of Riverside Memorial
Chapels in Florida will be the
keynote speaker at the noon
luncheon of the Sunrise Chapter
oi B'nai B'rith Women's testimo-
nial to Ida Kostoff on the oc-
casion of her 85th birthday. The
gala event will be held at the
Holiday Inn in Plantation, 17111
North University Drive.
Mrs. Kostoff has been an
ardent worker for B'nai B'rith for
many vears and has served as
president of the B'nai B'rith
Women's Council.
Information and reservation
may be had by contacting Mrs.
Harriet Weinroth, president.
Bruce Syrop will be installed as
president for another term at
special installation ceremonies of
the Coral Springs Lodge of B'nai
B'rith was to be held Thursday,
April lfi at 8 p.m. in the auditori-
um of the Bank of Coral Springs,
located at the corner of Universi-
ty Drive and Sample Road.
Alfred Golden will induct
Syrop and other officers for the
coming year.
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Dr. Morton Malavsky
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
Soviet Jewry Update
|EV Long-term refusenik
dr Kislik was arrested on
19 as he was leaving a
_j party- Reports are unclear
I what accusations have been
against him, but some
hsts speculate that the
jre of "hooliganism" may
[be used. In the past this has
a favorite KGB device for
jiidating emigration ac-
fcts. among others.
ladimir. and his wife.
enia, obtained a divorce in
,. so that she and their son
|d emigrate to Israel. He has
refused permission to join
on grounds of alleged
crecy," and harassed
raii'dlv. Kislik was arrested
alleged "hooliganism" last
and served a total of four
Iks in jail.
MOSCOW A number of
refusenik activists have recently
been summoned to the KGB for
"informative talks." They were
"advised" not to attend scientific
seminars or give Hebrew classes.
Brailovsky s fate was pointed out
to them as a warning. Among
those called to appear were scien-
tific seminar participants Yakov
Alpert and Solomon Alber, and
Hebrew teachers Pavel Abramo-
vich and Yuli Kosharovsky.
Kosharovsky, who has been re-
ceiving threatening anonymous
telephone calls commented,
"Their threats are open and
menacing, and though they have
acted in this way before, it was
never with regard to the teaching
of Hebrew." He asked why they
were focusing their attention on
the teaching of Hebrew, but did
not get a direct answer. 'They
seemed certain that if they picked
off a few leading Hebrew
teachers, the whole movement for
aliyah would soon collapse," he
who recently attended Grigory
Vasserman's Hebrew classes in
his home, were stopped by police-
men who had been waiting for
them in the street. Their docu-
ments were checked, and those
who did not carry them were
taken to the police station and
later released.
KISHINEV April 3 will
mark Klara and Leonid Vainaht-
ein's tenth wedding anniversary
and the fourth year of ther sepa-
ration. The couple applied to emi-
grate in 1973, but were refused
because of Leonid's army service.
In 1977, after repeated refusals,
they decided to obtain a formal
divorce so that Klara and their
young daughter could leave for
Israel. They have been waiting
there for him ever since. Leonid
completed his term in the army
eight years ago.
"Jewish congregations in the
South Broward area have joined
the national effort to send
numerous cards and letters to
Prisoners of Conscience and
refuseniks between Purim and
Passover. More than 2,000 letters
were sent to the various adopted
Prisoners of Conscience," accord-
ing to Dr. Stan Spatz, chairman
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward "s Soviet Jewry Com-
Participating in the effort to
get letters signed and sent to
Soviet Jews were Hallandale
Jewish Center. Temple Beth El,
Temple Beth Shalom, Temple
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Temple Israel of Miramar.
Temple Sinai. Temple Solel and
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Dr. Spatz pointed out that
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 9
Reagan Aide Justifies Israel's Attacks
kn's National Security
|er, Rchard Allen, has
led Israel's attacks on
tine Liberation Or-
ation bases in Leb-
as reaching "to the
of terrorism" and
{'there is no question"
the PLO is a "terrorist
made his remarks on the
program "20-20"
ist last Thursday, but a
^ipt became available
News reports of his
is said they would "com-
plicate" Secretary of State Alex-
ander Haig's visit to Saudi Ara-
bia, Jordan and Egypt but
would be welcome in Israel where
he visited this week. Egypt,
however, is also not friendly
toward the PLO.
REAGAN AND Haig, in the
past, have referred to the PLO as
terrorist and the State Depart-
ment, under Haig's leadership,
has not implied, as the Carter
Administration often had, that
Israel is illegally using U.S.-
supplied weapons in Lebanon.
Haig, who appeared on the NBC-
TV "Meet the Press" program,
was not asked for comment on
Allen's remarks dealing with the
Senate Foreign Relation Com-
mittee Chairman Charles Percy
(R., 111.), who has leaned toward
U.S. dealings with the PLO and
the Europeans Economic Com-
munity's (EEC) initiative that
would "associate" the PLO in the
Middle East peace process, ap-
peared to agree with Allen's
remarks both about the PLO and
Israel's strikes into Lebanon
when he was interviewed on the
CBS-TV "Face the Nation"
Allen was asked if it was fair to
call the PLO a terrorist organiza-
tion. He replied, "I think yes, on
balance. There is no question we
must identify the PLO as a
terrorist organization until it
provides convincing evidence to
the contrary."
ASKED IF Israeli raids into
Lebanon were preemptive
| strikes, terrorist acts, oJ self-
defense, Allen said: "I don't
want to get into a specific policy
discussion here, and what I'm
saying does not represent the I
emphasize the official policy of
the United States government,
but to the extent that one reaches
to the source of terrorism then, of
course, there is ample justi-
fication for taking action. I'm
just saying that reaching to the
source is generally recognized as
hot pursuit of a sort and,
therefore, justified.
Percy, in his TV interview, res-
ponded to Allen's remarks on the
PLO and Israeli strikes into Leb-
anon. "Terrorism," he said, is
part of the PLO's activities. He
also said tha PLO Chief Yasir
Arafat has "disappointed" him.
But Percy also referred to the
PLO as a "nation" and said that
"most other Arab nations" have
recognized Israel as a state.
Actually. only Egypt has
recognized Israel.
"I've never considered the
PLO moderates as they could not
by any stretch of imagination be
considered moderates because
terrorism is an element of their
getting ahead," Percy said.
While declaring that he deplored
"attacks on both side," the
Illinois Republican added:
"I'VE SEEN with my own
eyes camps run inside Lebanon
used as staging grounds for
itrikes inside Israel So I hope
the Arabs the ball is in their
court put pressure on the PLO
to stop their terrorist tactics.
Then, of course, we can with mo-
rality say to our friends in Israel,
'let's mutually stop these terror-
st attacks.'"
Asked if Arafat had disap-
pointed you" since Percy had met
with thim personally, the Senator
replied, "Of course."
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The Jewish Flo
Students Return from
High School in Israel
Holocaust Observance
r iillviiMVMi and Mavor Arthur followed bv th..
Stacy Cohen. Michelle Bloom
Bonnie Gordon. Mindy Levine.
Barbara Schoem. all Nova High
School students: Ricki Nadel. a
student at Hollywood Hills
Hight School; Mindy Solomon, a
student at University High
School; Sondra Schiller, a stu-
dent at Plantation High School;
and Jeffrey Glass, a student at
Piper High School have recently
fturned from High School iir
As students in the nationally
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program, they did not participate
in the usual Holy Land tour.
Instead they spent eight weeks of
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Center. This -vent, which the
fourth Holocaust Observance in
reonl years, sponsored by
the Jewish Federation of South
Browsrd's Community Relations
Committee, the Hollywood
Jewish Commumu (enter, and
the South Broward Council of
Rabbis, according to Carl Ros
enkopf. chairman of the t Rt
subcommittee on the tfolocaust.
The Guest Speaker at the
Holocaust Observance was Beate
Klarsfeld, internationally
renowned Nazi Hunter.
Prior to the Observance, a
work of sculpture, depicting the
Jewish people's passage from the
Hol State of Israel, entitled. From
Slavery to Freedom ". was dedi-
cated by the spiritual leader of
the Hallandale Jewish Center,
Rabbi Carl Klein
The Observance began with
Rabbi Klein's Opening Prayer
Joel Weiss, Secretary "f the
Jewish Federation of South
Brow aril, expressed the senti-
ment- of the Federation with
regard- to the significance of the
Holocaust in the life of the Jew
today Then then- followed a
candle-lighting and procession by
-i\ survivors o( the Holocaust
ind one survivor of the Israeli
wars Each of the Survivors was
accompanied by a child, from
Temple Beth HI and Temple
During the procession, Rabbi
Samuel Jaffe oi Temple Beth F.I
paw a reading on the Holocaust
,i- Ha IT) I.efiourt of the
Hallandale Jewish Center played
1 the processional music,
VIbo participating at the Ob-
jservancc were Rabbi Robert
I Jacobs, who led a Responsive
Reading. Mayor David Keating
,,f Hollywood and Mayor Arthur
Rosenberg of Hallandale who
ave their Proclamations of the
Holocaust Observance Rev.
Wayne Martin of the Holocaust
I iving Memorial Center rendered
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Malavsky. President of the South
Broward Council of Rabbis. Carl
RoM-nkopf. chairman of the
Holocaust Subcommittee, spoke
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Jewish Community Center,
introduced the Guest Speaker.
Beate Klarsfeld Her address was
followed by the
Memorial Prayer
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^pril 17, 1981
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
Reports Federation Allocations for
[Campuses Rose 36% in Five Years
[YORK. NY Federa-
kations for the enrich-
Jvwish life on college and
jh campuses throughout
Imcrica increased by 36
[from 1975-1979, accord-
recently published
iind analysis conducted
Council of Jewish
|CJF report "Federation
jns to Campus Services"
|es that a total of
|(io was allocated by 112
lions to campus services
Robert M. Schrayer of Chica-
go, newly appointed Chairman of
the CJF Campus Services
Committee, pointed out that a-
mong the trends revealed by the
study of 85 communities for
which five-year comparisons were
made is a 65 percent increase in
allocations for local programs
under Federation auspices or
under the auspices of designated
local agencies other than Hillel.
Allocations in this category
totalled $902,000, in 1979,
comprising 19 percent of all allo-
cations in the service area.
Funding for local Hillel rose to
Immunity Relations Committee!
Jewish Federation of South Broward
cUpdate i
fcr Trinita Flood, president
P Holocaust Memorial
and Harry College, was
speaker at the last Jewish
Ition of South Broward's
(unity Relations Committee
hj' according to Elaine
CRC chairman.
U Flood spoke about the
|uiii(,r efforts of the Holo-
Memorial Center in the
of oral histories of sur-
ulld eyewitnesses to the
I also explained the Center's
in using the tapes and
[ liiiil
i lloiid urged CRC roem-
irul i In' organisations they
Inn in offer any help they
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a total of $3,262,400 in 1979,
more than two-thirds of all funds
allocated. This represents a 42
percent increase since 1975.
Other areas which received
Federation support were national
Hillel (BBYSA), North American
Jewish Student Appeal, and
Judaica courses and chairs.
"We at CJF are gratified to see
the intensifying commitment by
Federations to high quality
programming for the Jewish
campus community," Mr.
Schrayer said. "These efforts are
crucial for the continuity of Jew-
ish life and the future strength of
our communal organizations.
Much remains to be done, and we
look forward to seeing the
patterns of growth indicated in
this study continuing in the
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward reported a total
1979 allocation of $35,000 to
campus services through the
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Pae 12
The Jewish Fbruban and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Hebrew Day School News
you had to
Perhaps *.
abou; a
or maybe lnva* someone over to
P*y^ftr school. To moat of as
Uk phone so asoch s pert of our
We. w* oowidn t -insi domg
Ttboot one. Yet w are not bora
with the iwrrssary akils to oat a
phone properly We most be
The Sootbara Bel baa a
derful teaching kit k makes
available to schools- It is catted
Telezonia. Tbe rhihhui of tbe
Hebrew Day Scbool of Fort
LauderdaJe have been learning all
about tbe phone and proper com
muntcation skills by using this
kit this week Chadrea from
Kindergarten through fifth grade
alJ find meaningful new ex-
periences in this communration
Encompassing films. -t^t^t
and real telephones, connected to
a switchboard, the kit allows
children to practice ^'''"g and
speaking on the phone in a class-
room seuiag.
Skills such as how to make
emergsssLy calls, how to look op
numbers and bow to speak on a
phone are afi taught in tfcja imag
inatrve concept
The chAdreo have so much fan
using the equipment They don't
even reutta* how much they are
As oart of
program, the 1st and 2nd grade
of the Hebrew Day School of Fort
_J the "Y
Peoples Concert". The
2Sth at
Halloa the BCC
Ralph Vaughan
the OM
Suite by
March from Carmen by Georges
Bizet. -Antonio Vavaldi's
Autumn from tbe Pour Seasons.
Suite America by Harold Walters
and most exciting of all a medley
of songs from the movie That's
The Youth Symphony Dancers
danced to tbe Suite Americana
and to That's Entertainment.
The students of the Day School
were especially interested in the
dancers because of one of the per-
formers. Denise Hochberg Miss
Hochberg. an accomplished
dancer, is the daughter of Susan
Hochberg. a trusted and dedi-
cated aide at the school.
A culmination to tbe music and
dance that represented the
America's was a surprise visit by
Snoopy' This certainly ended
the morning on a note of ex
Tbe children of the Hebrew
Day School demonstrated their
interest in tbe Young People's
Concert" by displaying out-
standing behavior. They are
looking forward to more field
trips that are as enriching and
fulfilling as the one they have
just attended.
Nova University Preaideat
8. Fiachler has
to the board of
of Hoiy-ood F
The Hebrew Day Scbool of
Fort LuwawawMi has once more
extended its enrichment program
with the expert assmance oi
Mrs Joanne Fobc.
M rs Fobc is enthusiastically
working with Mrs. Manlee
Katz's 4th and 5th graders They
ha-v begun a unit on Tbe Human
Body, which has been
witb much exekement
la an interview with
dents m the group,
and Mkhael Fneser
plained bow Mrs
bnnging meaning
ro stn-
Ted Gayer
rt was ex-
Fobc *
and under-
standing to this topic
Through the use of a Visible
an all plastic model of the
body, the ihaVfcaa ma
able to actually see where the
organs and bones of the body are
located and what they actually
look bice The functions of the
body system are being discumad.
The entire class is working oa re-
porting on different parts of the
Mrs Folk's dedication to the
children of the Day School is
wvident Ska ,
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ad Michael
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
(lley Winters Highlights Schmidt Off to Court Saudi Oil
Olympus Function
j of Olympus were fortunate to have Shelley Winters, noted
nd star of stage, screen and television, appear in person as the
eaker at Olympus' annual event held on behalf of the Jewish
on of South Bro ward's 1961 United Jewfah Appeal-Federation
j. Gladys K. Witus was honored at this event for her
on to Jewish causes.
[rom left are Shelley Winters, Ruth Friedman, co-chairman;
man Arenson, co-chairman. Standing from left are Morris L.
hairmnn; Gladys K. Witus, honoree; Leo Hilzenrath, <<>-
Sumner G. Kaye, executive director; Julius Brenner, ro-
und Frank Friedman, co-chairman.
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|L. Lewy, chah-man greets Shelley Winters.
Chancellor Helmut Sch-
midt, scheduled to visit
Saudi Arabia Apr. 27,
hopes to return with offers
of an economic package
deal so beneficial to West
Germany's economy and
industrialists that strong
Bundestag opposition to
projected arms sales to the
Saudis will be defused.
The deal Schmidt is said
to have in mind includes
Saudi guarantees of an
uninterrupted oil supply to
West Germany under
preferential conditions.
Bonn, for its part, would be
committed to sell Saudi Arabia
thousands of sophisticated ar-
mored vehicles, the newest
German tank, the Leopold II,
and possibly Tornado combat
planes, built by a German-
Italian British consortium. But
the economic benefits would be of
such proportions as to make the
arms deal appear as only a minor
element of 'he package.
SCHMIDT IS following this
strategy, according to some ob-
servers, in order to overcome the
strong political oppostion to the
arms sales within his own Social
Democratic Party (SPDO and its
coalition junior partner, the Free
Democrats (FDPOI.
The latter, headed by Foreign
Minister Hans-Dietrich Gen-
scher, held a congress recently
marked by a fierce battle of
; R. Fried
I President
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Chancellor Schmidt
words between supporters and
opponents of arms sales to Saudi
In a subsequent vote, op-
ponents of the deal failed to win a
majority for a motion aimed at
tightening West Germany's self-
imposed limitations on arms
sales to non-members of the
North Atlantic Treaty Alliance
located in "areas of tension" such
as the Middle East.
The economic package Sch-
midt is pressing for also includes
a dramatic increase in West
Germany's 500 million Mark
investment in Saudi Arabia's
modernization Drogram and
ldditional long term credits to
Bonn to cover a widening gap in
its national budge. Bonn would
reciprocate in the political field
by tightening its relations with
Riyadh and agreeing to consult
with the Saudi government on
any future German steps in the
Middle East.
GOVERNMENT spokesmen
have stressed that Schmidt will
not be in a position to give the
, Saudis binding assurances at this
time. But he is said to be under-
taking the trip not to make final
decisions but to prepare public
opinion for the package deal and
all of its ramifications. He ap-
pears to have support in top
business circles.
The West German Association
of Industrialists has just warned
the government that failure to
respond positively to Saudi
Arabia's arms purchase requests
would have grave consequences
for German firms operating in the
Middle East and adversely affect
the prospects of attracting
civilian orders worth billions of
dollars. A delegation of German
industrialists that recently
visited Saudi Arabia reported
that the Saudis closely link
future arms sales to a wide range
of commercial and economic
relationships with the Federal
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The Jewish Ploridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Fridy- *w 1,3
Survival 1981
" Survival "fcl *a- ..-.<. hem* of the Jewish Federation of South
- Women's Division metropolitan luncheon From left are
Human?, area coordinator. Judee Barron. arrangements
chairwoman. Susan Singer, metro chairwoman. Kav la Herscovitch
ami Si h ia Kalin. areacoordinatur-
Seated is Gail Coben. Standing from left are Renee Levenson. Roberta
Weitz and Dariene Oklin.
1 rom left are Beverly Shapiro. Sandi Gelfant and Maril> n Neuman
Norm a Boiwin (left I. Nancy Brize) i center i and Difta An bolt prepare
for the entertainment supplied by the Habimah Ptavers
d from ieh are i
From left are Evelyn Stieber. Delia Rosenberg. Bobbie Levin and
I sobel Bert man.
FnM left are Joan Yondelman. Kaye Schwartz. Barbara Richt]
Anne Rose and Mary Schwartz.
Diane Snyder ilefti and Audrey Meli-ve register for the Metropolitan
Di\ mmb'i "'Survival "11."
From 1. ft arc B.mni. Watt, Doris Fdelman. Jo tan k.i/andOloAJ
Seated from left are Ann Gladstone. Mary Morris and Liz Treiber
Standing from left are Fanny Leiter. Phyllis Pritcher and Jacki Leilw
Ml >elm Sandier Fileen Baer

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The Jewish FloridianandShofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 17
tgpotftght n
even years ago the South
viird County Medical Auxil-
held the first Total Child
jnar. With the guidance of
mi Hopen, important edu
anal issues were explored.
nil is the charming wife of op-
pologist Joseph Hopen and
year was the surprised
)icnl of a special honor from
ixi'.iary. Dr. William
fatter, Hroward County Su-
iiendunt of Schools, praised
ia for the innovative con-
ihe has contributed toward
uird County education.
jntf her many accom-
irnents, Selma organized a
liiiisiic reading center, insti-
a program to involve our
liteil retirees in the schools,
III ed special classes for the
and exceptional students,
received the coveted
van! County Woman of the
f Award in Education.
ppired by her leadership
\ Chairwomen Betsy
it. Kllie Sobd and Harriet
|er awarded Selma an honor
mcction Doctor* of
ksibk Dreams. Attending
)iingram with the biggest
were her family
md Dr. Joseph Hopen, at-
t\. son Stuart, sister and
Lit in law Dorothy and
\i- Klein, brother Dr. Marco
miin, also State Repre-
|ii\e Walter Young, edu-
Is. and lot s of loving friends.
and Phyllis Levin are cele-
{I heir 26th anniversary. A
i party was planned for
liv fun-loving family and
Mimi and Dr. Bob Sabra,
| Sandy Yankaws, Oscar
Phyllis' Mom Julia
aw, friends Mel and Sandy
l. Klaine Schultz, Dave and
i Friend. Bui Sy and Phyllia
Mil .iImiuI ihe plans and
in ask Hubtle questions. So
lie Levin's arrived at the
, lie guests didn't shout
and purposely ignored
-'. and Phil I is were baffled
lung ilir more than sixty
i njoying the fun were son
lighter Michael and Jaime.
Pauline Zuckerman, the
e Yankows, David and
Snyder, Herb and Marilyn
Spencer and Edyte
Im. Also Dr. George and
| Kline, Norman and Marilyn
(son. Jerry and Theda
Ban, Dr. Jules Silverman,
^d Roz Faer. Sy had the last
I le is an I KS,rnan and may
f-i igale" the whole affair.
lu friends surprised Bonny
It at a special birthday
run held at Old Spain.
pi: those celebrating the
wore Phyllis Siff, Sandy
in, Phyllis Grand, Mother
Schwarta, Mother-in-law
ay Kowitt, also Faith
mm, Marlene Lipman.
[Kleiman. In honor of the
in everyone ordered a salad
lonny is a Diet Workshop
fr Popular Bonny helps
look good by keeping slim.
ling by the number of
f parties in our commu-
t must have a lot of
l> poopfe" making secret
Jments. You don't know
Itiust anymore!
than fifty people were
d at t he home of Joe and
[Schwartz to surprise Alan
tor his 40th birthday.
Slaine, had made all the
Inns, She and 12 year old
ri Dede were beaming
Ixi iiement. Elaine's dad,
^eer was there along with
Morton and Celia
}ky, Ed and Marilyn
by EocheUe Koenitf
Kaplan, Alan's out ol town
college buddies, Al and Evelyn
WUpon, Dr. Sol Lerer and wife,
special education director Dr.
Debbie Lerer. Adding more good
wishes were Bud and Betty
Humans, Dr. Shelly and Linda
'.evin, Herb and Kllie Katz, Evie
Blumenthal. Dr. Fred H lumen-
thai was in Philadelphia at-
tending the NCAA basketball
championship games with son
Steve, a senior at U of Virginia.
Among his gifts Alan received
a book entitled Baby and Child
Care (the CopUna are expectant
parents). Alan has been a leader
at Temple Beth Shalom where he
served as a Vice President, past
president of the Day School
Parents Association, and is
chairman of the youth com-
Dr. Norman and Nancy Atkin
were in Houston, Texas where
Norman attended a meeting of
1 the DeBakey Society. This medi-
cal meeting included physicians
who have studied with the
famous heart surgeon. Dr.
Michael DeBakey.
Denise Pollak, daughter of Mel
and Roz Pollak, was guest of
honor at a bridal shower. Hannah
Schorr, Joan Stolove, and Milly
Nitzberg were hostesses of the
luncheon for 25 women at the
Egg Roll Restaurant. In June
Denise and Ira Federer will be
married at the Diplomat Country
Mazel tov to Dr. Alan and Ann
Lane on the Bar Mitzvah of son
Richard. Sharing the simcha at
Temple Beth Shalom were
younger brothers Howard and
David. Friends and family cele-
luaied in the evening at beaut itul
Turnberry Isle Country Club .
Congratulations to Allen and
Hazel Greenberg on the Bar
\1 it/A ah of son Bruce. Helping
their brother celebrate were
Jeffrey and David Best
wishes to Dr. Morton and Louise
Diamond as David becomes a Bar
Congratulations to Dr. Stanley
and Anita Kessel on the birth of n
granddaughter, Tammy. Proud
parents are Sam and Suzie
Tischler who live in North Miami
Beach Best wishes to Michael
and Hope Ford on the birth of
their daughter Ashley Louise.
Sharing grandparents honors are
Harvey Ford, Sheila and Dr.
Howard Fuerst. Julia Yankow
has become a great grandmother
for the fourth time! A son was
born to the Bruce Yankows.
Highlighting the Women's
Division Beach and Metropolitan
campaign luncheons was a
special musical production by the
fabulous Habimah Players. Both
events were a success thanks to
the leadership and planning of
Evelyn Steiber, Lee Schatzberg,
Ann Conn, Corinne Kolodin and
Estele Glattman from the beach,
and Susan Singer, Judee Barron
assisted by Marion Eggnatz,
Kayla Herscovitch, Betty
Homans, Sylvia Kalin, Audrey
Klein and Bonnie Wolf of the
metropolitan area. Performances
ended with enthusiastic
audiences on their feet ap-
Enjoying the day at our tables
and helping our Jewish people
were Norma Botwin, Disa
Anhalt, Judy Glazer, Phyllis
Koplin, Barbara Desky, Anita
Kessel, Hannah Schorr. A job
well done!
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l^j^fci Ftoruiianamf Shofar of Gr^r Holly wood
Filling in Background
Multi-National Force for Sinai
TEL AVIV Deputy assistant Secretary of
Sute Michael Sterner arrived
here from Egypt to discuss the
establishment of a multi-national
peacekeeping force for Sinai after1
Israel completes its withdrawal
from peninsula in April. 1962.
Sterner had two days of discus-
sions on the subject in Cairo. His
talks in Jerusalem were aimed at.
.-ichieving progress toward an
Israeli Egyptian agreement in
time for Secretary of State
Alexander Haig's visits the two
i outlines
I'nder the terms of the
Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty of
March. 1979. the US. is commit-
ted to create a multi-national
font- if the establishment of a
I mted Nations peacekeeping
force proves to be impossible.
Sterne* observed on his arrival
WE HAVE to make sure that
a United Nations force is not
available because that is what the
treaty calls for in the first in-
stance. I think we have to operate
under the assumption that a UN
force will not be available in the
present circumstances and there-
fore the planning ought to
continue for a multi-national
force outside the UN frame
He was alluding to the virtual
certainty that the Soviet Union
will veto any resolution in the Se-
curity Council setting up a UN
force to police Sinai. Sterner also
said he would explore the possi
bility of utilizing the Sinai mili-
tary and air bases to be evacu-
ated by Israel by the multi
national force.
There is a possibility that the
multi-national force would be
able to use the facilities that are
presently in Sinai" but that, of
course. would require the
agreement of the parties."
Sterner said.
"When guests 'drop in'
during the holiday...
Tetlev Tfea makes your
welcome warmer."
Thes b the holiday when Jevmh hotaewives want
everythiiif to be a "little extra special." The food
is extra good. The bouses extra clean. Even the
kids are dressed extra race. And Tetley lea fits
right in. Because the tiny Mttk tea leaves Tetle>
packs into erery tea bag gives you extra rich,
iihiihaig flavor ... the kind of flavor only tiny
tea leaves can deliver. That's why, when friends
and relatives you haven 1 seen al year drop in to
say heflo Tetley lea makes
your welcome a truly warm
one. Tetley a
favorite tea in
Jewish homes
I HE SAID he would not be
specific about the nature of the
facilities We are going to look
at I hem. see what M logical to be
turned over; some of them ob-
viously could be useful to the
multi-national force, he said.
Sterner emphasized that the
facilities would not be used as
American bases This i a peace-
keeping force and any American
participation in il will be in that
context, he said The question of
the participation of American
personnel in the multi-national
force is one of the matters that is
living discussed with Israeli and
Egyptian officials Israel re-
portedly favors an American
Israel has been pressing the
U.S in recent months to move
txpeditiouslv to create the force
jnd ha- seated flatly that it
would not be able to withdraw
from Sinai a year from now
unless the peacekeeping force is
ready to take over by then.
ISRAEL IS also said to insist
on a large force, about 4.000 men.
to police the strategic area from
Sharm el-Sheikh to northeastern
Sinai which abuts on Israel's
tntrders and controls access to the
Strait* of Tiran
Egypt reportedly favors a force
of no more than several hundred
men Cairo s attitude toward
\merican participation is not
Known but Egypt has flatly re-
jected Israeli raggestions that
the I" S takeover the three Sinai
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A "Salute to iSfeT was held at Imperial Tower* ,n Hdbnfek
honoring Frances Levitt with Israel's Scroll of Honor Award
recognizing her active participation in numerous Ph'lan,hr"P'r
and service organizations. From left are Jean Ackerman. co-chairman.
Hoda Biagyer. award presentor. Mrs Levitt. Ida Nyer. co-cha.rman.
and Rae Rubin, breakfast chairman. __^__________
2640 Hollywood Blvd. Hlwd. Suite 101
Wall Treatments
Bv Shelf Studio
2033 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood
Broward 929-4895 Dade 9471835
Passover Greetings
Stardust Ballroom
Reasonable Prices- Couples- Singles
105 V 19th. Ave. Phone: 920-3957
A Wry Happy Passover To All
Very Truly Yours
Invitations In The Privacy Of Your Home
Call Gloria At472-134K
Passover Greetings To All
Bilmar Garden
Retirement Home
Speak With Patricia
380 S. Federal Hwy. 921-6577
_________Holiday Greetings________
University Surgical Assts.
2301 University Drive Pembrokes Pines 961-2500
A Healthy A Joyous Passover To
The Jewish Community
Patti Jay Cleaners
1768 University Drive 432-8740
Healthy A Joyous Passover To The
Jewish Community
Florida Seafood Center
3001 W. Hallandale Bch Blvd. 458-1699
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Passover
The Old Spaghetti
Factory And
Seafood Restaurant
6138 Miramar Parkway 981-8300
Happy Passver To All
Riz Inc.
6040 Pembroke Road Miramar 983-7208
Happy Passover To All
J.W. Wikerg
1742 South Young Circle 922-1561
Greetings To Our Jewish Friends 4 Customers,
Adobe Hacienda
1223 N. Federal Hwy.-929-0389
Holiday Greetings
Irving Berlin's Casuals
1919 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood 921-2561
Happy Passover
Royal Market
194H Harrison St.- 922-41 -
2600 E. Hallandale Bch Blvd.- 454J
Holiday '' l
Post Haste Pharmacy
Bob Foster, Robert Rahman,
Fred Lippman Keg Pharmadata
i in ret Del
Phone 989-6524
D St
Ice Cream Factory
4770 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood. Fla. 33020
Phone: 987-2990
Happy And Healthy Passover To All
TOen HP3 jn
D &G Auto Repair Service
Air Conditioning Our Specialty
1419 S. Federal Hwy. Dania 921-5922
Botiere Florist
5801 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood 33021
Happy Passover
Bagel And Appetizer Shop
800 E Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Hallandale. Fl. 33009
Passover Greetings
__________To The Entire Jewish Community
Chinelly Real Estate, Inc.
3397 Sheridan Street
Phone: 966-7300
A Very Joyous and Healthy
Passover to the Entire Jewish Community
Balogh Jewelers of
11 IS F.ast Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Happy Passover and But Wishes AH
Mall Barbert Shop
Hollywood Mall 983 9599
Happy Paeeover To All Our 1 a utoauiA
Kravit Jewelers
Art I.ibman Walter Kravit
800 Fast Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Phone: 454 I
Happy Passi
Hollywood Appliances
2847 Hollywood Blvd. 927-9206
May you and yours have a Happy Passovir
Flair Optical
Repairs Laboratory On Premises
Dial 927-2236 2723 Hollywood Blvd.
Sam Rothfarb Optician
Happy Passover
White Seal
Free Estimates
2010 Sherman Street 927 1795
Wishes A Happy Passover To All
Moving And Storage
204 NW 2nd. Ave. Hallandale 454-1200
Passover Greetings
Troopers Int. Security
Troopers International Security 624-6'
6306 Pambrook Rd. Miramar
A Very Happy And Prosperous Pasiovr

[Wedding Town USA
8278 Griffin Road 434-5339
\s A Happy Passover To All Our
Friends And Customers
2500 E. Hallandale Baach Blvd.
Hallandale, Florida 33009
(305)458-3000 Dade. (305) 944-7119
^ender Loving Tunes
Music For All Occasions
Dall Eve. Broward 966-6618 or 987-7468
Wishes Everyone A Happy Passover
icent's On The Water
ifood House
;v Greetings
\nny's Trophies
Bmas pictures, documents
jhnsonSt. 987-3666
l\' Greetings
te's Used ,
liture Co.
SW 56 Ave. Hollywood 983-4116
iy Greetings To All
mrities Inc.
r. Hallandale Bch. Blvd. 457-0600
|i;\ Greetings To All
ideVs Auto Center
)ixie Hwy. Hollywood 922-3428
isiness Machines
121 Ave. Hollywood 764-2337
bi cr (irevtings
The Gas Grill
Super Market, Inc.
7512 Pembroke Road 962-0975
Wishes Everyone A Happy Passover
>ers Unlimited
lolly wood Blvd. 981-0156
Iy Passover
lick's Tire Sales
Dixie Hwy. Hollywood 33020
er Greetings
>bert Greaver
ineral Home
Hallandale Beach Blvd. 454-6464
n I'assover
11 Top Paint & Body
State Road 7
vood.Fla. 983-2644
Life Paint & Body
}V>' 59th. Terrace 989-6040
"as saver
ty's Automotive
todman St. Hollywood 963-5095
' er Greetings To All
Takeyama Japanese Restaurant 6920 Cypress Road 792-0350 A Happy Passover To All ABRAHAM K. ASSEFF. D.D.S., P.A. TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT STEVEN P. B0GDAN0FF, D.M.D. WILL BE ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PRACTICE OF GENERAL DENTISTRY Suite 231 Hallmark Building 3800 So. Ocean Drive, Hollywood Telephone: 456-2678
Dr. Alex S. Maron 7744 Taft St. 983-2174 Hollywood Passover Greetings
Green Harvest Furniture 4171 N. State Rd. 7 Hollywood Dade 625-2068 Hollywood 983-6649 Happy Passover iDick Smith Central Air 6211 Pembroke Rd. 961-9725 Happy Passover
Bat Wuhe for i Joyful and Peaceful Pesach Willow Manor Retirement Home 129 SW 2 Ave. 9201988 HOLIDA Y Greetings
S&N Kurash, Inc. 2450 Hollywood Boulevard Hollywood 921-2902 J & K Roofing 6351 Adams St. 983-2302 Happy Passover To All
sin Thalia B. Linen Boutique 425 NE 2nd. Avenue Hallandale 458-5110 Happy Passover
Foremost Liquors 2 North Federal Highway Dania 922-2221 Travel Travel 2500 E. Hallendale BEACH Blvd. Hallandle 456-3000 Passover Greetings To All
Happy Passover Boehm Brothers Sunoco Service Station Pumpernik's Of Hallandale Inc. 917 E. Hallandale Ben. Blvd.-454-6773 Holiday Greetings To All
7200 Taft Street Hollywood, Fla. 33024 Snow White Roof Painting 2414 SW57 Way-989-4049 Holiday Greetings
WfWW Steak & Ale Restaurant 4899 Sheridan St.-963-3700 Holiday Greetings
Merchandise Marshe Jewelers 144 NE 1st Avenue Hallandale 33009 456-7480 Happy Passover
Liquidators, Inc. 250 N. Federal Highway Hallandale 454-1657 Riz Inc. 6040 Pembroke Road Miramar 983-7208 Happy Passover
Morningstar's Jewelers 119 N. 19 Ave. H o 11 y wood 923-2372 Happy Passover
PRO GOLF tftj DISCOUNT Happy Passover 713 N. State Road 7 (441) Happy Passover Hallandale Travel 1603 E. Hallandale Beach Boulevard 456-1600
Hollywood, Florida 4 Blocks N. Fashion Square Mafl 962-8840 COMPLIMENTS OF Tom Baker Roofing Happy Passover

New Board Member Elected
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400 South Dixie Hwy. y^
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Specializing in Custom:
Mirror Walls
Mirror Doors
Custom Mirror Furniture
Free Estimate*-
Hollander Associates, PA.
1 Harrison St.-921-8100 944-2822
Passover Greetings To All
Deli Den
4401 Sheridan Street Hollvwood
Holiday G To All
Ludgwig's Market
4191 No. State Ra. 7 Hollywood. Fia
Holiday Greetings To All
3101 So. State Road 7 Miramar. Fla.
Holiday Greetings To All
Southern Atlantic
Service Corporation
1316.V Dixie Highway Hollywood 921-8999
Holiday Greetings To All
MozAII of Florida, Inc.
1215 No. Federal Hwy-921-6990
Holiday Greetings
Ben's Reliable
2316 SW 57 Ave.-966-4027
Holiday Greetings ToAU
Herb Davis
Road 7 Pi
2515 So. State Road 7 Thone 981-4100
A Happy Passover To All
Happy Passover
Lost Horizons Travel
2514 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood
Hollywood Appliances
2847 Hollywood Blvd. 927-9206
Passover Greetings

Happy Passover
Dr. Alex S. Maron
7744 Taft St
Happy Passover
Complete Service Dept.
Body Shop t Auto Rentals
Hollywood Call 920-6010
1700 Sheridan Street
v* nt
Calico Flowers
Bv Irma
(next to Moy's Restaurant on the circle)
_________Passover Greetings To All
Emerald Hills Florist &
Plant Boutique
Weddings-Bar Mitzvahs-Hospitals
Spec// Passover Center Piece
$7.50 Cash 4 Carry
3343 Sheridan St. 989.1494
Good Health < Joyous Passover
General Dentists
1011 South Federal Highway
Support Yom Ha-Atzmaut May 3rd
at Young Circle
Dr. Jerome M.
Dolinsky PA.
Diplomat* National Board of
Chiropractic Examiners
Insurance and Medicare Accepted
Low Back 4 Lag Pe/n-Headeches Nee* ft
Arm Pain -Acupuncture-Injuries
24 Hours
Chiropractic Health Care Center Of
Broward Countv
6670 Taft Street J ~ .- -
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A Happy And Kosher Passover To AH
Young Israel of Hollywc
Ft. Lauderdale
Alvin Cohen Ml).. President
Morrung Weekday Services m%m 7:30
Morning Sunday Services
Evening Weekday Services
Sabbath Services
3291 Stirling Road, ft. Lauderdale. I
Phone 966-7877
Morris Wolf Photograph)
1615 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
Happy Passover
Associates in International Mediant
Happy and Healthy Passover
Phillip R Gould. M.O.
Steven V. Gurland. M.0
Henry Scharar. M.D.
J.ckB Mdkf.l
Akol Bnwul
Passover Greetings
Stoyan Rosenthal,
Saul Singer
Passover Greetings
Liquidators, Inc.
250 N. Federal High"8*
Hallandale 1454-1657 -
. y. ,

ly Shows More Families Living Below Poverty Line
ircentage of families living
Fine poverty line has risen
Intially during the past
Lara, according to a study
Jtional Insurance Institute
| economists. The rise is
Lily pronounced among
with large numbers of
fen. One of the conclusions
by the Nil researchers is
hilil allowances paid to the
have not kept pace with
1977, 2.8 percent of families
Idjudged below the poverty
In 1978 the figure was 3.3
hi and in 1979 it was 3.8
\t. Poverty families with
five children showed a
rise: from 4.6 percent of
[living below the poverty
1977 to 9.6 percent in 1980.
Iverty line is determined as
bpurtion of the average
I wage by government
I economists.
Biin families with six chil-
more the situation is even
the poverty statistics a-
11 hem lias trebled over the
|ur years, from 6.7 percent
10 21.1 percent today.
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[N: lerhood of Temple lielh
cnl 1 he Nova I lni\ a
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Thursday. April
I n the robin Auditor*
Temple. 1361 s Mill
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adufi singers from
1 ol professional life. The
foncert presents this choir
lust. |)erforming largely
iporary American music.
ami Israeli songs are also
lil in their diverse
.E BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
[Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
lp A. Labowitj. Cantor Maurice
-E BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
. Reform (44)
[St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
nerman. (44 A)
LE ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th St.
rvative. Rabbi Paul Plotkln.
br Joseph Wichelewski. (48)
LE BETH EMET. Pines Middle
200 Nw Douglas r,j.. Liberal
pm. Rabbi Bennet Greertspon
j-E IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
IHollywood. Conservative. Rabbi
ard P. Shoter.
400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheon
Irr (64)
|UE.7473NW4thSt. (69)
*h Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
_ Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob
lifler. (12)
ne 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Res. (37)
|LE BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Conservative. Rabbi Max
man. <47B)
|LE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
I'm Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Want Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
ILE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
1 conservative. Rabbi Morton
PDOX R*bbi Raphael Ten-
Paus 1604 Wiley St.
M SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Con-
TJtive. Rabbi Seymour Friedman.
w Emeritus David Shapiro.
or Robert Ungar.
|LE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
>wood Fla. 33021. Liberal
F"i Rabbi Robert l. Frazln.
br Michael Kyrr. (47C)
IT LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
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One-parent families also suffered the poverty line was 23.9 percent
heavily from rising inflation: the in 1979 compared to 7.8 percent
percentage of them living below in 1977.
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Sally and James Kofman receive Israel's Scroll of Honor Award at a
"Night in Israel" held in their honor at Galahad North in cooperation
with the State of Israel Bonds Organization. The Kofmans were
honored for their many years of dedication and devoted service to
Israel and the Jewish community. The award was presented by
George Gordon, right.
Rose and Paul Nestel receive Israel's City of Peace Award at the
annual Temple Beth El "Salute to Israel" held in cooperation with the
State of Israel Bonds Organization. The Nestels were honored for their
several decades of support fur tiic Israel Bonds Organiyiition, for their
community leadership and fur their dedicated service lo countless
civic organizations. The award was presented by chiiirman of the
event. Melvin II. Buer, right
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