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 )
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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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Volume
Number 9
Hollywood, Florida Friday, May 1, 1981
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Community Mission Set for
October 26 to November 3
Jerry and Joan Raticoff
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The cost of the Mission, in-
cluding the Poland portion is
$1,528 per person. Minimum gift
to the Jewish Federation of
South Broward'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. In-
dividual travelers will be ex-
pected to make a 11,500
minimum commitment.
Members of the South Bro-
ward Jewish community will take
a 10 day journey into their
Jewish heritage as part of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's Community Mission,
scheduled from Oct. 26 Nov. 3,
according to Jerry and Joan
Raticoff, chairmen.
More than 90 area residents
will be joined in Israel by hun-
dreds of thousands of Jews from
around the world, all interested in
exploring their Jewish roots and
the progress of the Jewish State.
The comprehensive tour of
Israel will begin on arrival in
Jerusalem and continue through-
out the country with scheduled
stops in Eilat, Tiberias, the
Golan Heights and Tel Aviv.
The Mission will be high-
lighted by meetings with top
Israeli government and Jewish
Agency officials, indepth visits
with new immigrants, a stop at
the Western Wall and an exciting
look at Masada, Herb and Nancy
Brizel, co-chairmen explained.
The cost of the Mission is
$1,099 per person, including
meals. Minimum gift to the Jew-
ish Federation of South Brow-
ard'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
Broward.
Sen. Hawkins Takes Stand on AW ACS
M ttion Participants to
faccabiah Games
The following is an excerpted
portion of Sen. Paula Hawkins
statement from the Congres-
sional Record on the sale of
AWACS during the April 2
Senate meeting:
I must express my grave con-
cern about the sale of the air-
borne warning and control
system (AWACS) E-3A aircraft
to Saudi Arabia. My concern is
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For additional information,
contact Herb Tobin at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward will hold its 38th
Annual Meeting and Installation
of 1981 1982 officers and board of
directors on Tueday, May 19 at
7:30 p.m. at the Federation
office, 2719 Hollywood Blvd.
Guest speaker and installing
officer will be Robert Reitman, an
active leader in Cleveland. For a
number of years, Reitman served
as general co-chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Fund of
Cleveland. He has also held the
positions of Special Projects
chairman, Planning Committee
chairman and Annual Meeting
Committee chairman.
based on the offensive threat that
these aircraft pose to Israel.
AWACS is the most advance air-
borne surveillance and battlefield
command system in the world.
AWACS, because of it
sophisticated radar, and on board
computer systems, can detect
anything moving faster than 80
miles per hour in the air, on the
ground or at sea for a radious of
250 miles. This means that Saudi
AWACS could detect even a
speeding car anywhere in Israel
while still flying within their own
borders.
According to Department of
Defense studies, an AWACS
supported air force can stand off
an attack force twice its size.
AWACS is not just another air-
plane. AWACS would double the
capacity of the F-15s we have
sold the Saudis. Considering that
the F-15 is the most sophisticated
aircraft of its class in the world,
questions about possible disrup-
tion of the balance of power in the
Middle East should be raised.
Preservation of this balance of
power is one of America's critical
interests. Saudi Arabian
statements, policies and past
action all indicate that the Saudis
are not satisfied with the status
quo in the Middle East. Saudi
Arabia generously contributes to
the PLO, and is committed to
blocking the Camp David peace
process.
I do not discount the acts of
friendship that Saudi Arabia has
exhibited toward the United
States. But we must be cautious
in aiding even a friend such as
Saudi Arabia if that aid may be
used against another friend such
as Israel. If we must sell the
AWACS to Saudi Arabia, the
Saudis should be willing to
recognize the legitimacy and sov-
ereignty of Israel. The adminis-
tration should obtain an accept-
able quid pro quo for any military
aid.
We share a common concern
with Saudi Arabia over potential
Soviet activity in the Middle
East, our uneasiness over recent
events in Iran, and about the
Iran-Iraq war. But the recogni-
tion of these common interests
should not take any form that
would be one sided, or that
would, on balance, pose a threat
to Israel. Such a threat to the
only true democracy in the
Middle East would also be a
threat to our own democracy.
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this year's new structure and the
women who were instrumental in
carrying the structure out.
"On the Beach, we initiated a
new concept to establish solidari-
ty among the women living in the
same geographical area. Instead
of individual functions in the
buildings, the Chavarut luncheon
chaired by Evelyn Stieber, was
for all of the Beach women. With
the help of the various building
chairwomen, we were able to have
representation from 63 buildings,
while we had only 6 buildings
previously. More than 500
women attended the luncheon.
"B'not Shalom, which was also
a new concept, combined the four
major levels of giving in the
Women's Division at one lunch-
eon. By attempting this, we were
not only able to raise a greater
percentage of dollars from the
same women, but also add new
women to the established catego-
ries. The four categories are
Shomrai, $5,000; Shoshana,
$2,500; Meirah, $1,000; and
Yonah, $500.
"Esther Gordon was Shomrai
chairwoman; Carol Morgenstein
was Shoshana chairwoman;
Nancy Atkin and Rochelle
Koenig were Meirah chairwomen
and Audrey Meline, Arlene Ray
' and Shane Wolfe were Yonah
chairwomen," Mrs. Greenman
explained.
"The Metropolitan Division,
j under the leadership of Susan
Singer, held a luncheon at :
Temple Beth El and its annual:
Tennis and Golf Tournament at ;
the Emerald Hills Country Club. '
Tennis chairwoman was Florence :
Roth; Golf co-chairwomen were
Myra Cantor and Terry Gerone- '
mus; and Arrangements chair-
woman was Dina Kaye.
"In order to recognize
everyone who helped make the
Women's Division campaign the
huge success it is, we will hold an
Awards and Installation Lunch-
eon on Tuesday, May 12 at 11
a.m. at Turnberry Isle Club.
Beverly Shapiro is Awards chair-
woman and Joan Raticoff is co-
chairwoman.
"This luncheon will be the cul-
mination of an extremely
prosperous campaign. I urge
every woman who participated in
this year's campaign to attend
the luncheon on the twelfth, so
we can celebrate our success.
Awards will be presented at this
time and each person must be
Rresent to receive their award,"
Irs. Greenman added.
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Governor Graham Proclaims
Holocaust Memorial Week
Governor Bob Graham
recently signed a proclamation
delcaring April 26 May 2 as
Holocaust Memorial Week. The
Florida commemoration is part of
a yearly national observance
initiated during the Carter ad-
ministration by the U.S. Holo-
caust Memorial Council, led by
Elie Wiesel. State Represent-
atives Larry Smith and Fred
Lippman from Broward
requested that this time be pro-
claimed as "L^ys of Remem-
brance of the Victims of the
Holocaust."
Attending a ceremony in Tal-
lahassee on April 28 was Elaine
Pittell. chairman of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward s
Community Relations Committee
(CRCl. Herb Tobin. co-director of
CRC, Joan Gross, a CRC mem
ber. various members of the
South Broward Federation, and
members of federations
throughout the state Also at
tending were Sister Trinita
Flood, president of Barn.' College
and president of the South
eastern Florida Holocaust
Memoral Center Ian inter-deno
minationai group which seeks to
inform the public about the Holo-
caust)
Governor Graham called upon
all Floridians toobserv- 'he week
with appropriate prayers, com-
memoration and study as a
tribute to the spirit of freedom,
justice and compassion which
Americans are dedicated to pre
serve. As President Reagan has
said. "fcvery American must be
made aware that such a horror al-
most beyond the scope of human
comprehension, took place in our
times.'
At Temple Sinai
Rabbi Zwerin Keynote Speaker
Rabbi Raymond Zwerin of
Denver. Colo, will be the keynote
speaker at a program sponsored
by the Education Committee of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward The program will be
held on Sunday. May 17 at 9 a.m.
at Temple Sinai.
"We are extremely excited at
t! i prospect of Rabbi Zwerin
speaking to our congregational
Education Committees and
I>eadership." said Ellie Katz.
chairman of the Federation-'s
Education Committee.
The program is geared toward
the leadership of the congre-
gations in South Broward and
specifically to the Education
Committee members of the
various congregations. The pro-
gram's thrust is to highlight the
status of Jewish education in the
South Broward community.
"This past fall, the Federation
leadership discussed Jewish
education. Rabbi "Yitz" Green-
berg helped define Jewish educa-
tion in the 80s. We hope to
achieve the same goals for con-
gregational educational com-
mittees and leadership. said
Meral Ehrenstein. co-chairman of
the Education Committee.
A unique feature of this pro-
gram will be actual participation
in a commonly shared ed-
ucational session. Local rabbis
and educators will be leading
small group discussions on the
"Shma." Each group will be
studying the "Shma" from an
educational point of view.
The Rabbis and Educators
Council has been extremely
active in planning and sup-
porting this Education Com-
mittee Program. "I am thrilled at
the cooperation and help all the
rabbis and educators have been
giving to this effort." said Ellie
Katz. "Rabbi Seymour Friedman
of Temple Sinai and Leon Weiss-
berg of Temple L.-th Shalom
have been especially supportive."
Blessing of the Sun
A unique service held once every 28 years. "Birkat Ila-Chamah."
the Basing of the Sun. was held recently in Hollywood. The service
was .sponsored by the Jewish Federation of South Broward s Commu
nity Relations Committee.
A htffe crowd gathered for the 8 a.m. service, which was led by area
rabbis.
From left are Rabbi Rabin Dobin, American Red Magen David; Rabbi
Bernard Shoter. Temple in The Pines; Rabbi Mordechai Brill. Center
for Pastoral Counseling; Cantor Jacob Danziger. HaUandale Jewish
Center;* Rabbi Seymour Friedman, Temple Sinai; Cantor Robert
Lnger, Temple Sinai; Rabbi Carl Klein. HaUandale Jewish Center
Rabbi Harold Richter, Jewish Federation of South Broward; Rabbi
Arnold Lasker, Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Beth Moshe Congregation
and Benjamin Epstein.
Making the Blessing of the Sun are from left Rabbi Gorfinkel. Rabbi
Mem and Kabbi .Shoter.
More than 200 people gathered for the Blessing of the Sun
she added.
In addition, the Program Com-
mittee for the May 17 event in
ludes: Dr. Sam Meline. Leo
Balkin. Avis Sachs. Dr Tamara
Cohen. Rabbi Robert Frazin. Ann
Fineman. and Selma Hopen
Assistance from the Central
Agency for Jewish Education in
eludes Gene Greenzweig. Abe
Gittebon and Diana Reisman.
Dr. Ira Sheier. Jewish Federa-
tion''- Director of Planning, has
been coordianting the event.
The Education Committee
composed of volunteers, re-
commends policy and budgeting
for Jewish education to the Jew-
ish Federation. This committee
receives its professional and ad-
ministrative guidance from the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education. Tne entire budget of
the committee is funded by the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward through its annual
United Jewish Appeal (UJAI
campaign.
New Hadassah
Unit Formed
Esther Cannon, president of
the Florida Mid-Coast Region of
Hadassah. proudly announces
the formation of the region's 61st
unit in Broward County and
South Palm Beach.
At a special meeting, with
some 40 women present, the
Dania Chapter of Hadassah was
officially organized. Anna Cans
of Dania, was elected its first
president. Other officers include
Lillian Berger. Education Vice-
President; Lucie Esrick.
Membership Vice-President;
Lillian Weiss. Treasurer; Kay
Isaacs. Financial Secretary; and
Betty Adler. Recording
Secretary
"We are fully aware." said
Mrs. Cannon, "of the potential in
Dania, and with this city's an-
ticipated growth in population
and building, we expect the
Dania Chapter to be one of the
most productive and energetic in
the region. Anna Gans is to be
credited with having done a
remarkable job in getting the
chapter organized in this area
and with her at its helm, we look
to this new chapter to truly nour-
ish!
A strong membership camp
aign is planned for the summer
and at special ceremonies in Sep-
tember, the national charter will
be presented. All charter
members will be honored at this
event. Prospective members
wishing to become part of the
Charter Ceremony may contact
Mrs. Gans at 923-8457.
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Masada Sculpture at Temple Sinai
Dry of Masada which has
tn portrayed through a
mini-series, bringing to
ntion of the community
ant and heroic stand of
fws confronting the
has been carved in a
ent sculpture by Michael
which now can be found
it of Temple Sinai,
ad a" is one of the largest
of Schreck's sculptures and
displays the strength and invin-
cibility of Masada, the ancient
fortress located on the mountain
top in Israel overlooking the
Dead Sea. The fortress was built
by King Herod some 2,100 years
ago. It later became the Jewish
stronghold against the Romans.
During the final Roman attack all
those within the fortress died by
eaiaaaaaaanialB
alter, a past campaign
n, manned the phones.
Dr. Norman Atkin, a past presi-
dent, volunteered his services for
the phon-a-thon.
m-a-Thons Raise$77,848
Jewish Federation of South Broward recently held a phon-a-
lorder to clean up the outstanding cards in its annual United
Appeal-Federation campaign. There was a large response from
kity members both in volunteering their services and replying
khone calls they received. The Metropolitan and Physicians'
Mions raised a total of $77,848.
sfeld, internationally renowned Nazi hunter, was the guest
[at the Holocaust Memorial Observance, sponsored by the
federation of South Broward'a Community Relations Com-
From left are Rev. Wayne Martin, First Baptist Church of
illywood, Mrs. Klarsfeld, and Rabbi Carl Klein of the Hallan
sh Center.
their own hand rather than
submit to the invaders. Schreck's
"Masada" has the same en-
durance as the Masada on an-
cient times. The work which was
commissioned by Mr. and Mrs.
Gustav Golden of Hollywood,
was dedicated in May, 1974.
While Schreck was working in
Carrara, Italy on his various'
sculptures, the Yom Kippur War
broke out. The inspiration came
to the mind of the sculptor that
exactly 1,900 years ago, the
heroes of ancient Israel fought a
similar battle of survival on the
heights of Masada. Feeling the
spirit that "Masada Shall Not
Fall Again," this sculpture
evolved from the creative mind of
the artist.
Originally Mr. Schreck was
planning to place his work in the
State of Israel. Upon more care-
ful consideration he felt that
"Masada" could be a great
source of inspiration to the Jews
of America that "Israel Must
Live!" Mr. Gustav Golden, a
personal friend of Mr. Schreck,
magnanimously volunteered to
be the donor of the magnificent
work of art.
The white marble for this 3,200
pound, 6'7" sculpture comes from
the same quarries in Carrara,
Italy where Michelangelo took
the marble for his Moses and
David. "Masada" signifies the
immense power of the Roman
army trying to reach the summit
of the mountain where the few
heroes of ancient Judea were
fighting for their lives. In the
three years of building the ramp,
which the sculptor shows sym-
bolically in his sculpture in the
winding ridge leading to the top,
the enemy managed to reach the
summit and the end of the resist-
ance of the ancient heroes came
to pass.
Michael Schreck is a painter '
and sculptor residing in Holly- |
wood. His works are in the
permanent collections of several
Israeli museums, such as the
Haifa Museum; Ein Harod Mu-
seum of Modern Art; Yad Leban-
im in Petach Tikvah as well as
several American and European
museums.
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The Jewish Federation of South Broward has partaken in a 50-50
partnership with the government of Israel. Together, we are embark-
ing upon a $1.2 billion plan to reshape the lives of 45,000 poor Israeli
families. This partnership is called Project Renewal.
This massive program for social reconstruction will include the
building and rehabilitation of housing, creation of special educational
and recreational facilities and the provision of job training and
essential social support services.
We of South Broward have adopted Hod Hasharon. We have
assumed the responsibility for upgrading the standard of life and
living for our adopted "family" in Hod Hasharon's slum neigh-
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We are selling shares at $200 per share in the lives of these families.
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will mean that, for about $125 per month, you will be helping to solve
Israel's most dangerous problem her social gap.
Whatever size block of shares you buy, it will be your added contri-
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are payable over a five-year period.
There is no better investment than human life. There is no better
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Number 9
Yom Ea'atzmaut
This year, Yom Ha'atzmaut will mark the 33rd
year of Israel's independence. The celebration date
on the Hebrew calendar is Iyar 5. On the English
calendar, it is May 9, and adjustment are always
having to be made in the mind of celebrants as to
why Yom Ha'atzmaut is, some years, celebrated on
neither day.
As for example, this year. Iyar 5 falls on Satur-
day, and the Israel Government has ruled that Yom
Ha'atzmaut should therefore be marked on the previ-
ous Thursday. This means, reckoned in terms of the
English calendar, May 7.
Perhaps one of the most cogent reasons for at-
tending the event is that this year's Yom Ha'atz-
maut here will also serve as a mass protest against
the sale of AWACS surveillance planes to Saudi
Arabia announced by the Reagan Administration
last week.
Letters to the Editor
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian
SHALOM:
Amidst the unspeakable Nazi
death camp, Jews risked all
chance of survival for a brief and
pitiful Seder. In homes far adrift
from traditional Jewish life,
families still gather on Pesach
night in response to some deep
inarticulate yearning. This
month's Pesach observance is
rooted on the uttermost depths of
the Jewish heart.
What does the Seder mean?
Actually, it is to realize the
struggle for freedom which we all
must face: freedom from an op-
pressive environment, or freedom
from a permissive one, freedom
from the vices within us.
At this time of the year when
Spring breaks forth from the
shackles of winter. WE are called
on to aid those in distress. We are
duty-bound to Israel: let us work
to free modern Israel from the
bonds of her oppressor and say
together:
LASHONNAH HABA'AH
BEEURSHALEIM NEXT
YEAR IN JERUSALEM.
Those who have paid tribute to
Israel. Thank You! Perhaps we
can give a little more to help the
terrible inflation existing in Isra-
el. Those who have not given at
all. think of your grandchildren
not US. but your beloved grand-
children that they should be
S VFE from oppression.
Take a moment to pause on the
present plateau of our activities
that we have climbed together
and perceive the fortresses of
pain and disease that we have
demolished on our way.
Remember please, time is
short, the work to be done is still
enormous. Turn you vision
towards the future: see the new
slopes yet to be climbed, new-
horizons still to be met. So let's
meet them head-on. dedicated
and committed to the Jewish
people and Israel, to LIFE AND
HEALTH!
THANK YOU!
ADELINE DAVIS
Editors not*: The following is a
reprint of a letter written to the
editor of the Sun-Tattler:
We were dismayed to read Dr.
M.T. Mehdi's letter of March 28.
It contained many inaccuracies,
and we are disappointed that
they saw their way into print.
Dr. Mehdi asserts that the
United States is "giving" Israel
$2.2 billion plus an additional $3
billion because of the Camp
David Accords. In fact, as a
result of the Camp David
Accords, Israel will receive $800
million in grants, and $2.2 billion
in loans over a threee-year period.
For the fiscal year 1981, Israel
will also receive an additional
$900 million in loans, and $1,285
billion in grants for military and
economic purposes.
Israel's total annual loan re-
payment amounts to more than
$1.8 billion. Of this sum. Israel
repays $800 million annually to
the U.S. government and to
private American institutions.
Israel is one of only two nations
(Finland, the other) among all
those indebted to the United
States, that has never defaulted,
or been late in its loan re-
payment.
Dr. Mehdi's other assertion
that "Once America stops mil
itary aid to Israel, the Arabs will
no longer have the need to go to
the Soviet Union for assistance"
is equally fallacious. Israel re-
mains the only stable, viable ally
of the United States in the
Middle Fast and. as such, must
be acknowledged as an integral
element in any pro-western. Mid-
Fast order. There can be no firm
alliance in the Middle Fast with-
out the democratic State of Israel
as its stable anchor.
We hope that the United
States will continue acting as a
mediator in pursuing the Camp
David Peace Accords. For the
first time, the Accords brought
Jew and Arab together in peace.
The U.S. involvement in the
Middle East is in its best
economic military and political
interests.
ELAINE PITTELL
Community Relations Committee
NORMAN FREEDMAN
Middle East Task Force
Jewish Federation of South
B row ard
Major veterans' organizations
have been urged to join the ew-
ish War Veterans of the USA in
opposing the sale of our country s
most sophisticated weaponry to
Saudi Arabia, because it is
against American interests. Irvin
Steinberg. National Co-mander,
announced today
When the Carter ad-
ministration approved ne li
sale of 62 F-15s. we had a right to
expect Saudii Arabia to moder-
ate its oil policies in support of
American concerns. Instead, in
the last three years, the Saudis ,
have guided OPEC oil prices
from SI2 a barrel to roughly $30 a
barrel, helping to fuel our in-
flationary' economy. Recently,
the Saudis have threatened to cut
back oil production if the U.S.
builds up its strategic petroleum
reserves as mandated by
Congress. "Can we allow such
blackmail?' asked Steinberg.
The Saudis claim they require
this arms package, increasing the
operational capabilities of the F-
ios and providing advance aerial
intelligence, AWACS. for
protection against external foes,
nut," Steinberg pointed out.
the Saudis do not have the
capability to absorb this package
nor the means to counter a Soviet
attack without massive, direct
assistance from the United
States."
"Rather than provide vital
protection to the Saudis."
delcared Steinberg, "we run the
great risk of falling into an
Iranian type trap where our
operational capabilities would be
compromised." The greatest
threat to the Saudis today is their
internal instability and the
constant threats to the tottering
oligarchy Providing large stocks
in American weapons and
training Saudi pilots could
contribute to the social unrest as
it did in the case of Iran. While
training manuals of systems such
as the F 14 and the Phoenix mis-
sile were compromised during the
Iranian upheaval, we are now
speaking of possibly jeopardizing
our most sophisticated combat
capabilities.
Many other arguments op-
posing this sale have been made,
emphasizing the Saudis' failure
to support American interests:
their active work against the
("amp David peace process, their
boycott of Egypt, their 400
million dollar a year financing of
terrorism through the PLO, their
condemnation of the American
rescue attempt in Iran and their
opposition to American military
bases on the Arabian peninsula.
Positive support from the Saudis
was implied when the 1978 sale
was granted, but it never
materialized.
Also, under the terms of the
first sale, the Carter, ad-
ministration told the Saudis and
Congress that no additional of-
fensive equipment would be sold
The Saudis have now put the
United States in a possibly
humiliating position if we
abrogate our public commitment,
showing the world that an
American policy can easily be
broken.
Steinberg, asserted. "Even
these arguments pale before the
dangers to American security if
we place our sophisticated
systems and operational capabi-
' an
u*%3
lities in the hands of
government in
explosive region. All \
know what it mean. ^ '
our country musl M
cerned about Americt
itself in such danger."
The Jewish War Vet-^.
the USA is the off?'
a or-**
[Community Relations Committe
Jewish Federation of South Browari
Protest Against
AWACS
PROTEST AGAINST AWACS
i Airborne Warning and
Control Systems)
The Jewish community should
t>e urged to protest vigorously all
proposed arms sales to Saudi
Arabia. Among the reasons are:
1. The commitment of one
American administration not to
upgrade the F-15's through the
addition of offensive weaponry
must not be abrogated by the
subsequent administration. This
undermines the credibility of the
United States as a reliable ally
not merely in the Middle East
but everywhere.
2. Arming Saudi Arabia will
not stabilize that country. Our
experience in Iran should have
taught the United States that
arming an inherently unstable
nation will not make it a reliable
ally.
3. It is not in our nation's beet
interests to arm Saudi Arabia
without extracting guarantees
from her regarding sufficient oil
exports at reasonable prices and,
secondly, support for the Camp
David process.
4. Spurring a new cycle of ar-
maments for that unstable region
will not keep the Soviet Union at
bay. Rather, it will lead to the
deepening of Soviet involvement
in the area by forcing her client
states to seek increased military
assistance.
(Additional arguments developed
in this memo are):
1. The AWACS add-on is a
significant threat to Israel's
Security and must not be ap-
proved.
2. Israel cannot easily afford to
respond to the F-15 upgrading by
merely accepting the offer of ad-
ditional aircraft. The economic
PWI
strain would be very sevens
though the requirement
purchase additional planan
be obligatory.
3. The United States, if iJ
arming the Saudis as psrtofi
overall anti-Soviet
would do well to
assist our ot her ally in the n]
Israel.
The AWACS intends!
Saudi Arabia are the mat
vanced air surveillance
in the world. Alone, and
larly, when combined wjtfj
offensively-equipped F-14,1
stitutes an almost
offensive weapons system.
well within Saudi air
AWACS could monitor
all military movement a
including every take-oft
and flight pattern, therebrjl
ardizing operations like
Entebbe rescue in 1976 or
strike which provided tie
margin of victory on Ja
1967. This Administration
has been outspoken ia
lating its intention to
Israel's qualitative
would, in fact, be doing tta
opposite by providing
Arabia with AWACS.
Perhaps even more!
|y in terms of overall
States strategy and intefflM
the region, adding AWW]
the F-15 package is both'
dictory and self-defes
Beyond accelerating s <
arms race and further i
the regional balance of pow
which de facto peace it*
sale of the AWACS wffl.
that the US. ulunuuj'
quish control over t *
protection which *
provides Saudi Arabts.
drastically undetcutiing *
U.S. goal of increased Km
presence and IP***J
region. Moreover, in *!
AWACS to an unstable
Arabia, the Administ.
repeating the mistake"'
mising the security ol*
most advanced
technology *fJ^lS]
overthrow of the Shah o!i|
The community ,
write to their sena^
gressmen thanking tn<*n
support and wP*.JT3i
continue their oppW*
sale of AW ACs.
President Ronald Reagtf
The White House
Washington. DC *>
SecreUryofSutelW
Washington. D.t.*
The Honorable EClsyf |
House of RSS
Washington D
i*
Hon. Lawton
Chues


f, May 1,1981
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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The Jewish FfcrtJM "~* Shofar of Greater Hollywood
?n**y.
M*,x
Rabbi Friedman Visits Hod Hasharon
Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
spiritu*] leader of Temple Sinai,
recently returned from a 2 eek
trip to Israel, as a member of the
United Jewish Appeal Rabbin*
Mission. During that time, hi
spent one day in Hod Hasharon
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward s Project Renew a.
neighborhood
Mission partnpants met .tr
y Rosen, secretary general of
'.he Jewish Agency, who spurred
the idea of Project Renewal, anc
director of Project
Renewal for Tel Aviv The 1*
rabbis of the Mission also had the
opportunity u> meat privately
Prune Minister Menachem
FWin.
Project Renewal is a massive
arc for social reconstruction
- .:! include the rehahilrta-
and building of bousing.
n of special educational
iea and the
provision of job training and
I iaj sociai support services
Tht I Project Renewal
is not urban renewal We don't
-ake people out of the
'. take the slums out of
: I Rabbi Friedman
;s not a welfare program
- rf'.p people ant to
Rabbi Sevmoar Friedman wood from left, joined other rabbis on the
Rabbink'l nited Jewish Appeal Miasioa in a prbate meeting with Is
raeh Prime Minister Menachem Begin
Hod Hasharon. -
northeast of Tel Avn has
already begun programs :c teach
adults bow to read to that!
dren They also ha "
expose childre-- I musi
and aid adults in lar^:
cultural activities
The most dramair .
in Hod Hasha- beaj ;
pie understand h
own efforts they car. change thai
community The idea is I
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people in the comm-
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Israel Independence Day May 3
I 'dependence Day is almost
Israei Independence Day that
rffl be celebrated with a
gi\ en by and for the South
arc community on Sunday
I. from noon to 6 p.m at
- id a Young Circle
It 9 g :ng to be a great day of
_ and ceirbraiion for
9 Dr Larry Levin
-.e event. From the
oldest, m-
:here will
to aeep people busy all
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
coordinating
operatior. with 42
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and
- South Broward Ac
g to J< Ffi tab. more
people are expected to
nd
Just about e\rr> Jewish
".he community will be
-ented at the celebration.
You can learn
ail the many parts that
i together to make this one
community Plus there will be
j-pvrts and games, on-going
entertainment, folk n>"c?rig and
plenty of food.
Special activities will include
an art contest showing scenes
from Israel's 33 years of modern
rustory. and the sale of art
created by focal artists There
wili be Maccabian Games for all
age groups, complete with
medals, and special activities for
children supervised bv Hillel
groups form area colleges
Transportation to the f.,r. ., g AOod
a\ arable throoah a rret-o:-; I
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 7
iraeli Overcomes Disability And Excels in Karate
|3, when he was in the Is-
ay, Micky Erez, then 23,
[a helicopter which was
Iwn. He was paralyzed
^e waist down. After
I a year and a half in the
he regained full control
jht leg. He still has no
Ir motor movement in his
(and therefore must walk
ace.
Bias since become an in-
of Karate for the
and a professional
the art of Full Contact
ind Self Defense for the
Disabled, as well as for the non-
disabled.
He is also one of the few people
in the world with a disability who
holds a 2nd Degree Black Belt in
Full Contact Karate, fighting
with people who are not disabled.
Erez began his training in 1974
with Dennis Hanover, holder of a
4th Degree Black Belt in Kyoko-
Shing-Kie (the most difficult
style of Full Contact Karate).
Hanover is the top karate expert
in Israel and the Middle East.
"In the beginning, I had to
overcome physical, as well as
rB Board Meeting In Israel
3-13 To Celebrate Israel 33'
t\ 33" will be celebrated
oard of Directors of JWB
festive ceremony atop
lerzl on the evening of
Robert L. Adler of
JWB President, has
ed.
[celebration will come
tin JWB Board meeting
to be held May 3-13,
JWB Board meeting will
with the Second World
Ice of Jewish Community
to be held in Jerusalem
ay 8 to 12. Sponsored by
forld Confederation of
tie World Conference will
the JWB leaders with
ikies to participate with
Community Center
Ifrom around the globe in
sions.
L. Mandel of Cleve-
'resident of the World
iration of JCCs and of the
>f Jewish Federations,
liver the Presidential
at the first Sunday
plenary of the World
Dee. "Major Issues Con-
JCCs" will be discussed
iond Sunday plenary.
lent Avraham Harman of
University will address
fimunal leaders at a JWB
)inner Monday, May 4.
Vmerican contribution to
rill be examined Tuesday,
at the JWB Board
Aliyah from North
will be the subject of an
norning discussion. Dr.
Hartman, Director,
11 art man Institute for
Jewish Studies in Je-
will lead a study
The JWB Board
rs will tour a moshav
by North Americans and
|ve dinner with the olim
who have made Aliyah)
ening.
ila ceremony atop Mount
the evening will begin
Pebration of Israel Inde-
ce Day '"Israel 33"-
ttllowed by celebrations in
adence Park and celebra-
Community Centers the
day. The JWB Board
will take part in these
World Conference will
; its theme, "Jewish Coin-
Centers Around the
! Confront the Immediate
|>ge to Jewish Life." The
at Shabbat on Friday
will be at the Solomon
[Mary Litt-JWB Israel
arters Building.
hak Navon, President of
[will host a garden party at
pidence and speak to the
nal leaders on Monday
ending the World Con-
ic e.
the Association of
nd Ys throughout the U.S.
Canada, the U.S. Govern-
fac -credited agency for
Jewish military families
|A hospital patients, and a
North American agency
frngthening informal Jewish
k'on and culture. It con-
a wide variety of Israel-
related programs and is the
North American affiliate of the
World Confederation of Jewish
Community Centers.
JWB is supported by Jewish
Federations, the UJA-Federation
Campaign of Greater New York,
JCCs and YM-YWHAs.
psychological conflicts but time
passed and I pushed myself
beyond my physical and
emotional limits with the support
of my coach and fellow team
members.
"The first competition I par-
ticipated in was for Black and
Brown Belts. Only having a
Green Belt at the time, I was
given permission to participate
and won third place. This win
gave me the confidence to
continue and also to do well in
other competitions.
"At the end of 1977, the Israeli
Full Contact Karate Team was
organized. Five members were to
fight in Japan. I was chosen as
one of the five. Due to technical
pressures, the team was unable to
go to Japan and instead made a
i tour of the United States.
"After overcoming my own
emotional and physical barriers, I
decided that I want to teach
others," Erez explained.
He will soon begin teaching
Self Defense classes, and chil-
dren's Karate classes.
Micky Erez (center) in a competition while on a U.S. Tour.
Anyone interested in these Erez at the Jewish Federation of
classes should contact Micky South Broward, 921-8810.
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fund raising. Please send resume to P.O. Box 6132,
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The Jewish FhridianandShofar of Greater
Hollywood
Fn*y.M^.
Soviet Jewry Update
NUMBER OF
PERMISSIONS PLUMMET
The number of exit visas
issued to Jews seeking to
emigrate from the Soviet Union
fell by nearly fifty percent in
March. after a abort-lived
February surge during the 26th
Soviet Communist Party Con-
gress, which ended on March 3.
Jewish emigration activists in
the Soviet Union report that au-
thorities are further tightening
requirements for application to
Wave As a result, during March
only 996 Jews received permis-
sions, half of tbe total of the 1.850
approved in February.
The Soviet Jewry Research
Bureau of the NCSJ* noted that
there is no immediate statistical
correlation between permissions
granted and actual arrivals in
Vienna, since the time from
receipt of an exit permit to
departure may span a period of a
fni weeks Therefore, those
leaving in a given month might
have received an exit permit in
the previous month. The March
permissions, however, serve as a
good indication of the trend of
arrivals that may be expected in
Vienna in the weeks ahead
DISCRIMINATION
RrPORTED
IN ADMISSIONS
TO MOSCOW INSTITUTES
The pattern of discrTiination
against Jewish applicants to
Moscow institutions of higher
learning was in continued
evidence in the 1980 qualifying
examinations. according to
reliable sources in the Soviet
Union. As a result, promising
Jewish students are being ex-
cluded from the Moscow Insti-
tute of Physics and Technics and
the Moscow Institute of Engi-
neering and Physics, as well as
from Moscow State University
High school students with con-
siderable potential for productive
scientific careers are systemati-
cally prevented from continuing
their education at schools best
equipped to train them Faced
with the sharp decline in educa-
tional opportunities for their chil-
dren, more and more Jewish in-
tellectuals are seeking to leave
the Soviet Union
SHCHARANSKY STILL
UNDER
SPECIAL PUNISHMENT
HEALTH DECLINES
Fears that POC Anatoly
Shcharansky s health is failing
were borne out in a recent letter
in which he revealed the harsh
conditions prevailing in the
internal prison of Perm labor
camp, and their debilitating
effects on him.
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has lost additional weight and is
down to 105 pounds Suffering
once more from severe headaches
pains m his eyes and toothaches.
Shcharansky is not receiving
adequate medical treatment and
must often pause in his work to
wait until the pain diminishes
He also reports that apart from a
fe letters from his mother, he is
not given any of the mail that
arrives for him He believes that
he may be returned to the
notorious Chistopol prison here
he was held prior to his transfer
to Perm in March 1980
i According to former POC Iosif
Mendelevich, after six months of
internal prison within a labor
camp, prisoners are usually
transferred to Chistopoli
Shcharansky was never
presented -nth charges in-
dicating reasons for the special
punishment he is now receivmg
Hi mother. Ida Milgjom. has
failed to obtain any information
from labor camps supervisory
personnel in Moscow
IRINABRAILOVSKY
REFUSES DEAL"
MOSCOW The wife of
Viktor Brailovsky reported that
So\iet and offered to let
her have the warm clothes sent to
her husband from friends in the
if she agreed to testify in
sac Viktor was arrested on
mber 13. 1980 on alleged
I slandering the Soviet
-tate and social system.' and is
trial in Moscow's
Butyrskaya Prison
Irma Brailovsky said that last
month she received a postal noti-
fication to the effect that a
package addressed to Viktor was
waiting to be claimed at the local
;-.-: office There she was told
that the package could only be
given to the addressee Irina's
explanation as to srhy her
husband could not come lor the
package was met with the retort
that rules are rules." and they
could not let her have the
package unless she had a paper
signed by him authorizing her to
represent him.
Irina then wrote to the prison
commandant, asking that bar
husband be permitted to sign
such an authorization. "A
request like that is granted
routinely." she said There was
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Broward's 1981 United Jewish Appeal-Federation campaign. Ota.
pictured from left are Norman Gordon, chairman. Mary LiebeisrZ
Delia Rosenberg, guest speaker.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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ugh education of our
tin- future is perpetuated.
es are constantly enriched
wish heritage. Ellie Katz
Voted great effort to Jew-
pcation as Chairperson of
dittee on Education of
wish Federation of South
. Ellie was chosen from
County by the Central
for Jewish Education as
dividual who exemplifies
. luation and concern for
Jewish education. At a
reception and dinner at
Emanuel in Miami
JKllie was honored for her
llishments and her leader-
establishing the new
Florida Jewish High
bunded by her loving
I husband Herb, sons Tom,
and Danny, proud in-
Sertrude Kate, Sherman
Inn Katz, she addressed
II wishes in a meaningful
reflecting her feelings,
|nd concerns. Sharing this
tu' in her life were lots of
including the Myron
Ed Kaplans, Dr. Fred
leral Ehrenstein, Dr.
[Hopens, Dr. Bob Pittelle,
i and Ann Fineman. Also
the evening were Leo
Balldn of HMerest, Dr.
land Betsy Knot, Bev
f, Ted and Joyce Newman,
ed and Florence Roeen-
I was recently installed as
it of Temple Sinai) and
el, Educational Director
ble Sinai.
a momentous occasion
a real outstanding
1 of our community.
ay time means travel
Rabbi David and Leila
| celebrated a very special
fcr. They were in Israel
Dn Herman, daughter-m-
arine and grandchildren.
la wonderful holiday for a
| family.
and I went to Boston
kover to be with two of our
Jim, our youngest, had
Ith Nova High School on
p-national Band Tour of
i Scotland, and Wales.
the other Jewish band
held a Seder in
h;h, Scotland.)
>imld and Mara Giulianti
K> in Boston and managed
in a cold weather opening
name of the Boston Red
by RocheUe Koenitf,
We met Fred and Lois Feip-
atein walking through Harvard
Square with their family. Fred, a
former Bostonian, planned to
watch the 85th Boston marathon
Alien and Esther Gordon, Joan
Raticoff were spectators also..
Two of the 8,000 participants iri
the 26 mile marathon were local
runners Jerry Raticoff and Chuck
Rowars. Fang and I are not very
athletic. We avoided the outdoor
cold and dampness and watched
the race on television.
Migdal Ohr, a rehabilitation
home for troubled youth in Israel,
will honor Joe Bloom with its
coveted annual award. Joe has
been recognized for his out-
standing support, hard work, and
dedication to this important
facility. The settlement home
located in the Galilee helps more
than 2,000 needy boys and girls.
Joe will receive this distinguished
award at a dinner in his honor on
May 10 at the Waldorf Astoria.
He and lovely wife Harriet will be
joined in New York bv their son.
A Fm Fillfd
Summer
Admit"
Awni: Snu
Child
OUR
46th
YEAR
I Tennis on 13 lighted professional
Walled by a well known Tennis Pro
pstructors' Golf, on our own private
course1 Riding on seven miles of
ad over 525 acres of breathtakingly
I scenery' A children's paradise
pats. 3 motorboats. 4 indoor Bruna-
ling lanes, canoe tripa. baseball.
waterskung, drama and dance.
nemg. rocketry, ham radio, archery.
phy and gymnaatics are just some
any fascinating activities available1
16 Fees include air fare.
> Otwwwd NeMonwM* CrweNim t
(rriie for a beautiful color brochure
I camps of distinction for Boya and
i beautiful Reflection Lake in the
sque Pocono Mountains of N.E
Pennsylvania.
Camps
daughter-in-law, and four grand-
children. Afterward they will
enjoy a happy family reunion.
Migdal Ohr means "Tower of
Light," and that is what Joe
represents to the youth in Israel.
Hannah Add has been busy
enjoying guests. Her son, a
Buffalo attorney, was a visitor,
and from California came
Hannah's daughter, son-in-law,
and adorable twin grandchildren.
Ruth Rodensky treated herself
to a special performance in Ann
Arbor, Mich. Daughter Karen, a
talented vocalist, appeared in the
Gilbert and Sullivan operetta
"Yeoman of the Guard."
On their sixteenth birthday,
girls become "sweet sixteen''
like cute twin sisters Cindy and
Robyn Lynne. When a boy turns
sixteen, his thoughts turn to
driving a car. My youngest son
Jim has reached that age. So,
Mazel Tov, I have graduated
from car-pooling! Now I have to
worry about his driving ability or
why he is late arriving home. On
the other hand, he is worrying
about how to renovate the stereo
system in his car. The good old
days are gone when young people
rode the bus. Happy birthday to
Jim, a swell sixteen year old
young man.
Volunteers gathered recently at the Jewish Federation of South Brow-
ard to prepare and deliver Passover packages for residents of area
nursing homes. Florida State Hospital and the Broward Correctional
Institution. The program is sponsored by the Federation's Chaplaincy
Committee. From left are Rabbi Harold Richter, Federation chaplain;
Tena Solomon, Anne Solomon, Frieda First, Myer Pritsker, Edwin
Ginsburg and Mae Mindlin.
i
From left are Phil Zeefe, Bill Broder, Dan Levenaon, Joe Neulinger,
Harry Breslow, Rabbi Richter, David Green, Meyer Zuker and Sam
Mindlin.
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Harris Stone
Appointed
JWV Director
WASHINGTON A
lecturer at ^ "*"
Unn-eratv contended that
the anti-Zionist campaign-
being conducted in Poland
i an attempt to legiu-
matne So^-iet intervention
that troubled nation
Pawei 5piew-ak. who is
also a member of the
editor*] staff of '-.
prominent Catholic pub-
lication in Poland,
renunded a B'nai B nth
andjence at tbe Inter-
natxmai Conference Center
that the Soviets conducted
Sarah Ehrman
Guest Speaker
S.-ar tanas Le^^ature It-
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ZOA Cerebrates
Israers S3rd Birthday
~-k > -~i ;-tnct of
tbe Za?Bst Organization of
K=xnc* _. *rf6rat Israel's
birtbday m conjunction
wak its annual Kfai SBvar Sigbt
Joming in tbe faattvitiai wtll be
Dr Cari Kiem spmtuai leader of
the Haliandaie Jewish Center
Tbe celebrated raconteur and
bajaoriat Mr Torn Cobec _.
m his own irum;tahie
Hams B Stooe baa been ae-
jerud as the new Executive
Director of tbe Jewish War
Veterans of I' S A Sauooai
CocirnandeT Irvm Steinberg
inri-;nc*rf today
We are piensed to weieome an
iacr. 3u*J of sack higb '*****
aaci experience to bead our staff
said Steinberg Stone brrnaji to
bis new positiOB 30 years of pro-
laaBkaBa] expenextce in nanaar
rr^-r.: w.g~--jngiaa;. and sconce
ar/C river.*.-.r partiopauon m tbe
JWV and in otae? Jewish or
ganiratinns A man of versatile
taiens be is listed m Hi J*kc
w Eifi*t*nA{ H'ko'i H'ko w
jAiiincmJekn
Recently retired as director of
tbe Research and Pi n amain
Plans OrvkaoB. Office of tbe
Chief of Saval Operauons Stone
was awarded the L'S Savy's
highest crvOkm honor, tbe
Distinguished Crvibnn Seoate
Award as 197S He was cmvad by
the Secretary of tbe Sary far
exceptionally aeentoriooi
achievemeau and leadenhep m
ih iin|>I a aaoccBsfaJ method
(or pawning tbe Savy Reaearch
and Deveaopment Piugiam and
for tuperior perforaaanea
throughout tbe years, in tbe
highest txadkuon of tbe United
States Sawy."
A graduate of Maaaai buarrtf
Institute of Teriutoiogy. Stone's
varied federal career began in
1953. as an tfattioniri najinwr
at tbe Electronics Warfare Center
in Sew Jersev He has aieo been
awnnated wab tbe Office of
SavaJ Research. Waahmgtoe,
DC the Army Secanty Agency
Operauonal Center and Elec-
uonk Warfare Department. Fort
Huacboca. Am and SagnaJ
Corps.. Fort Monmouth. S J His
in tbe axeaa of|
"viTSgimtnt engoeenng and
sce-ace hav e been assocmed w-.th
the Beads of electronic warfare
intelligence command and
control, communications ant>
BBanaanai i~ii?+ ...*..- aai
fare long range p!acr..-g
operations research, and tbe
mechan.ca! chemical and
physical sciences His successes
as manager of tbe Savy s marine
mammal program received wide
Mr Stone served as JWV *
o'atiooal Commander from 1979-
.
at the natK>nal level for tbe J W\
be also served as Commander : |
tbe fourth region and Post G>-_
twafw^T and Quartermaster of
Pos, 5e>9. Arungtoe. Va Past
president of tbe Arlington Fair-
fax Jewish Congregatec he now
sen es on tbe board of directors of
tbe United Synagogue of
America, is a member of the Sa-
uonal Counci of American Israel
Public Affairs Committee
'AIPAC'. and of the Executive
Corrmmee of tbe Sational Jew-
ish Community Relations
Advisory Council (NJCRAC*
A veteran of World War II and
tbe Korean conflict. Stone rose
through tbe misted ranks to
Comsnasnoned Officer status.
Born in Sew York, be
married to another New Yorker
tbe former Ray Mann, aad is tbe
father of two sobs. Steven and
Richard
Mr. Stone assumes tbe
poaamn of JWV s executive
darector from Jerome Levmrad
who resigned for personal
Mr Levmrad wiD still be
to JWV
. similar campaign before
invading Czechoslovakia in
the 1960s. _
Sparwak. here on a aix-weak
visit under tbe sponsorshap of tbe
lnternationaJ CoaiaaaaucaUons
Agency, said taat the
Semitic posters placed
Warsaw recently were the
of tbe secret police.
HE EXPLAINED that al-
though there are only about 7.000
Jews remaining in Poland, some
are members of an mfluentaal
iabor group which tbe govern-
ment seeks to davreda.
eataMisbment afc~ir**\
m Poland, he saaTjS!*
?*** Jew, .?
Jews were in tbe sw^
taeStalmiaterT"0*
around "So now
"omePoha,
BBBt to say the reanma*k7"
D tbe crimes of^eS?1
period is with the JeT
waat to say that the C**.
Party u not responsiw
Tbe deiighifu: strains of
Benji" and his magic violin
should round out a gate affair
Tbe date May 6 at 7 30
p m the place Haliandaie
Jewish Center. 416 SE I Ave
Haliandaie .Admission K pe-
parasa
Re-fresfcments will be served
Sleepy-Heads Get
Chance to Volunteer
Aftertax* volunteers are
needed to fill ooeainas in tbe *ift
shop, reception desk, patient
services *nc ;tfc.n \anous
aaaarbaaala saarj aaj t: Corr.
munity Hospital of South
Broard. 5100 West Haliandaie
Beach Blvd.. in Hollywood
The afternoon shift for
volunteer work is usually 1 p m
to 5 p_m.. but hours can be flexi-
ble .All volunteers are guests of
tbe hospital for one meal and are
also invited to all hospital sooal
functions
To volunteer, or for more in-
formation call Carol Bruno 966-
8100
Sabra Scopus
Hadasmh Lunch
Sabra Scopus Hadasaah wul
bold its Donor Luncheon on
Wednesday. May 6 at 10 am at
tbe Emerald Hills Country Club.
The* Annual Meeting is set for
Wednesday. May 20 at 7 p.m.
The event, which is open to
membership only, wf] be a
covered dish supper at Temple
ooan.
For additional information aaj
reservations, contact Arlene Rav
or Linda Patraka
of theImenJ[c
of B aai B nth. -! tkT
Rabbi Tobin To Speak """^ +mwmm
arrnunts of anti-
Rabbi Herb Tobin of tbe
Jewish Fderation of South Bro-
aard wOl be tbe guest speaker at
the regular monthly meeting of
Woaaea American ORT of Pern
broke Lakes. South Broward
Regwo to be held Monday. May
4. at 1 p m at the Holiday Lakes
Country Chib. 14800 Hollywood
Blvd Hollywood Members and
- are cordially invited
Rabbi Tobin will discuss Sov-
iet Jewry
For further information call
( ;v>0or 431-4151
Installation and
Luncheon
SHALOM Hollywood Chapter
jdassah will bold then- in-
stallation and luncheon on Tues-
ia> May 12. at 12 noon, at
;.--. .. Saai, Johnson Street.
Holl>Tx)od
UH Heicken will be tbe in-
ng officer Entertainment
and a musical program will
follow Members and guests ire
elcome
Poland nd"'thaTa?ft2j
not know that ete
.Accounts of the Ifolooaai
wrateni in terns of Poles I
killed, he ex pjuied
THESEWwaveofimisJ
tism is "especialh/ troobeail
because the Jewish coaaa
doaaa't exist in Poa.,)-
declared ^
Genesis Hebrew
Plans Reunion
Juncr League youth
members graduating
School during the years
ill hold a brunch
Sunday. May 10 a
Hebrew Center. Cresti
Station. F.astchester, Hi
Parents knowing
whereabouts of pa* aaaafj
interested in
address kvqcins l|
Genesis Hebrew Center
WO 1-3766 or the
chairman. Sandra Br
Glanxman 25 Oakland At
Tuckaboe. N Y 10707
OVERWEIGHT
GIRLS and BOrS
7ft 17
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soasoiat
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C;l$ 17-21
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CAMP SHAME
JEROME R0TSTEIM, Ml. FXC.P.
and
AUM K. KUMER, HJ.
Diplomate:
American Board of Internal Medicine
Diplomate:
American Board of Rheumatology
Anrvourvca tbair association
for ma practica of Rhaumatology


Israel Bonds Build Dead Sea Canal
Israeli Bonds Organiza-
bas undertaken a financial
to assist in funding the
[phase of an $800 million
c( to build a canal linking
lediterranean and the Dead
rhich will ultimately produce
! 20 percent of Israel's total
needs.
louncement of the mam-
project was made by
tk Rager, president of the
ational Israel Bonds Or-
ation, at a recent meeting of
Florida's top Jewish
Dunal leaders. The meeting
Ihosted by L. Jules Arkin,
er president of the Greater
ni Jewish Federation. Rager
described the new canal and its
impact.
The canal is to be built along a
route from Tel Qatif on the
southern Mediterranean coast at
the lower end of the Gaza Strip to
the Masada site on the Dead Sea.
The water intake would be
pumped through a tunnel near
the start of the route to the head
of an open canal along which the
water would flow by gravity the
rest of the way to the Dead Sea.
"By exploiting the difference
between the level of the Mediter-
ranean and that of the Dead Sea
to produce hydro-electric power,"
Rager pointed out, "Israel will
reduce its total dependence on
imported oil."
Israeli experts have reported
that the projected hydro-electric
power station will produce 600
megawatts of electrical power out
of a projected national total of
3,000 megawatts. By the year
2,000, the Dead Sea region should
produce 3,000 megawatts of elec-
tricity out of a national total of
10,000 megawatts.
Prof. Yuval Ne'eman, chair-
man of the Inter-Seas Water
Conduit Steering Committee,
'which studied the canal's feasi-
bility for three years, has
reported on the practical and "vi-
sionary" benefits that would
derive from the waterway.
Notable Women to Headline Fla.
Mid-Coast Hadassah Conference
third annual conference of
'lorida Mid-Coast Region of
kssah, comprising all of Bro-
j County, will be held May 3,
at the new Marriott Hotel
IjV-irina, Ft. Lauderdale, as
lunced by Adeline Moll, con-
Ice chairman.
mice Tannenbaum, im-
ite past president of
Una! Hadassah, will be a
speaker and the advisor
|g the three days, and will
the platform with Sara
ban during an American-and
1st Affairs plenary on
lay night. Ms. Ehrman is the
ative liaison for the Amer-
*rael Public Affairs Com-
(AIPAC)in Washington,
conference will open at
on Sunday with personal
jings from Ft. Lauderdale's
ir. Virginia Young, and an
kr Roll luncheon proclaiming
pectacular membership and
raising totals of each chap
net Cannon, who will be
tiding her threw year tenure
esident of the region, will
it her final report, also at
inday opening luncheon.
Religious
Directory
NORTHBROWARD
N.E BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak
I Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
lip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
m
fLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
p, Reform (44)
MAC JEWISH CENTER. 9104
St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel
nerman. (44 A)
MIRAMAR
-E ISRAEL. 4920 SW 35th St.
ervative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
or Joseph Wichelewski. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
E BETH EMET. Pines Middle
200 NW Douglas Rd., Liberal
rm. Rabbi Bennet Greenspon.
fLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
> Hollywood. Conservative. Rabbi
liard P. Shoter.
PLANTATION
ATION JEWISH CONGREGA
400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheor
irr. (64)
JNSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
IUE 7473 NW 4th St. (69)
HALLANDALE
VNDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
h Ave. Conservative Rabbi Or.
Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob
liger. (12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH I
TEMPLE OF NORTH OADE.
NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
|kes. (37)
HOLLYWOOD
PLE BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Conservative. Rabbi Max
Bman. (47B)
fLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Orm Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Want Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
fLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
Conservative. Rabbi Morton
ivskv^ntor^v^Go^,**,^
)l)()X FUbbl Raphael Ten-
lttun 1504 Wiley St.
fLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Con '
live Rabbi Seymour Friedman.
Emeritus David Shapiro.
or Robert Unjir.
fLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St.
lywood, Fla. 33021. Liberal
rm Rabbi Robert P. Frazln.
or Michael Kyrr. (47C)
IG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
T LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stirling
Orthodox. Rabbi Mom*
Pier.(52)
Installation of the region's new
officers for 1981-1982 will be
another highlight of the con-
ference and will be conducted by
Mrs. Tannenbaum. Josephine
Newman, prominent in Hadas-
sah, Temple and Federation
activities, will be installed as the
next region president. Other of-
ficers are vice presidents Lillian
Baker, Leona Brauser, Blanche
Herzlich, Rose Hare, Adeline
Moll, Lee Rich, Ann Salkin, Rita
Sherman, Anna Silman, and
Edythe Zuckerman; treasurer,
Dory Tarlow; recording sec-
retary, Sarah Solomon; and cor-
responding seccretary, Mollie
Lewis.
The Monday night banquet,
labeled the "Awards Dinner" will
name the Chapter of the Year,
1st, 2nd and 3rd places, as well as
the Group of the Year. Guest of
Honor will be Lilly Jacob Meier,
survivor of Auschwitz, who was
the heroine who took possession
ot the album of photographs as
compiled by the Nazis in the con-
centration camp. These photos
are now on prominent display in
Israel at Yad Vashem, the
memorial to thoke who perished
in the Holocaust, Mrs. Meier will
be presented with a special
Hadassah Award at the dinner.
A brunch for hadassah As-
sociates the men is
scheduled for Monday May 4th,
at which the guest speaker will be
Dr. William A. Flignor, prom-
inent cardiologist of this area,
cardiology being the major pro-
ject founded by the Hadassah
Associates. Charles Ruben will
chair the event.
All workshops and the Sunday
night plenary are free to the
public. Tickets for the special
functions may be secured from
Sadie Witt of the Bermuda Club-
Herzl Chapter, host of the Had-
assah Conference.
The presentation of an award
of appreciation will highlight the
Sabbath Eve Services (May 1st)
at Temple In The Pines, the
Conservative Congregation of
South Broward, 9730 Stirling
Road. Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter,
Spiritual Leader of the Congre-
gation and Cantor Bernard Engel
will officiate during services
where an award will be presented
to Nancy Arnson Teger in appre-
ciation for her dedication and de-
votion to our Congregation.
During the Services, the Stu-
dents of Mrs. Berger's Aleph
Class will participate; and the
students whose birthdays will be
observed during the month of
May will be honored and blessed.
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Hospital Certified
Surgical Mo he I
WatamI By ah n$*m ami ialfiki
HwpitalOrlhw
Rabbi Dr. Abraham Vaknln
(306)6826712
CONG.
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\*
Lu bavin'
Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus
Schedule of Service*
Mon.-Thura iAMJPrt 8 A.M. &
6:20 P.M VSaJ. 9 AM. 6:20 P.M.
Sun. 8:30" A.M. followed by
breakfast and Chumash class.
Lecture Series For Women
Monday at 7:30 P.M
Talmud Discussion
Tuesday at 8-P.M.
Laws 4 Cue tome of Prayer
Wednesday 7:30 A.M.____j
g'C*ndle-Lighting|7 ;34 Pjjf
1604 Wiley St. 923-1 Tut
On Saturday morning the Sab-
bath morning services will
commence at 8:45 a.m. During
the Torah service at approxi-
mately 9:45, Elana Faith, the
newborn daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Avriel Cohen will be named
and blessed. The Kiddush
following services will be spon-
sored by Dr. and Mrs. Cohen in
honor of their daughter.
On Monday evening, May 4th
at 8 p.m., Rabbi Bernard Shoter
will meet with the parents of
those young men and ladies
becoming Bar Mitzvah during
the coming year to outline the
Bar-Bat Mitzvah programs that
will be offered for these young
people.
Camp Chai, the Temple's
Summer Day Camp is still ac-
cepting applications for young-
sters for the summer camp. A full
schedule of activities have been
planned, and interested parties
can obtain more information by
contacting the Temple Office at
431-5100.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Sisterhood of Temple Betl
I Shalom members and guests an
invited to a lovely supper,
fashion show and installation of
officers at the May 4th "Mothers
and Others" meeting at 6:45 p.m.
at the temple. Cost is $2 for
members and $3 for guests.
Branch President Rochelle
Baltuch will also speak.
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Shalom will honor Celia<
Malavsky, wife of its rabbi, and
Shirley Gold, the cantor's wife at
its donor brunch on Sunday, May
31 at 11 a.m. in the temple ball-
room. Shlomo Haviv, currently
starring at Henri's in the
Konover Hotel, will entertain.
Guests are welcome. For
reservations call Evelyn Wilpon
at 983-7846.
He has listed: Solar ponds
which would soak up heat from
the sun and store it as a substan-
tial source of energy; making wa-
ter available for cooling a future
nuclear power station; creating
lakes for agricultural projects
and fisheries and a tourist at-
traction; and establishing in-
dustrial and building enterprises
connected with construction and
development work.
"This entire massive project,"
Rager said "Is urgent and vital.
Israel's total dependence on
foreign oil is an overwhelming
financial burden which threatens
her economy. It is important that
we translate the canal plan to
reality."
Gary R. Gerson, general chair-
man of the South Florida Israel
Bonds Organization pointed out
that Israel Bonds has already
channeled more than $5.1 billion
into industrial and agricultural
projects during the 30-year
existence of the Bond program.
Bonds, he said, played a major
role in the 1950s, in budding the
National Water Carrier; in the
1960s, in building the port of
Ashdod and the oil pipeline to
Haifa; and in the 1970s, in build-
ing the coal-powered electrical
plant in Hadera. Now, Gerson
said, "In the '80's, it has under-
taken to mobilize $100 million in
seed money for the canal which
will be a long step forward on the
road to self-sufficiency in
energy."
He emphasized that Israel's oil
bill reached a high figure of $2.5
billion in 1980, which is double
the amount spent by Israel for oil
two years earlier.
The State of Israel Bonds Organization held its annual Salute to Israel
at the Clifton Condominium in Hallandale and presented the Israel
Scroll of Honor Award to Jean and Walter Baron. The Barons were
honored for their many years of active participation in numerous Jew-
ish philanthropies and for their staunch support of the Israel Bonds
Organization. From left are Mr. and Mrs. Baron, Abe Melter, who
presented the award, and Sylvan Solomon, chairman of the event.
Temple In The Pines Events
HIAS Notice
HIAS, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, is seeking to
locate Jews who lived in or around the communities of
Baranovichi, Stolpchi or Mezvish, in Byelorussia (White
Russia) during the period 1941-1944 about a matter of ut-
most importance. Hias is supported in part by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward'sUJA Federation Cam
paign. Please call or write Joseph Edelman of HIAS about
this matter. The address is 200 Park Avenue South, New
York, NY. 10003; the telephone is (212) 674-6800.
'Religious School teachers wanted. Excellent
salary. Contact Temple Israel off Miramar,
961-1700
for appointment."
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