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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Hollywood, Fla

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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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Marge Saltzman and Dr.
Howard Barron, chairmen of this
years Big Gifts Dinner of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, announced that plans
for the annual event are in their
final stages.
The Dinner has been set for
Saturday, Dec. 19, at the home of
Marge and Jack Saltzman.
The chairmen agree, "We are
fortunate in having Rabbi
Herbert Friedman as our keynote
speaker. His knowledge about
Jewish overseas needs will add an
important perspective to the
evening."
For further information, con-
tact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
Marge Saltzman
Dr. Howard Barron
Support Super Sunday
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washes, breakfasts and cake sales
in order to raise money to be do-
nated to Super Sunday.
They are also planning Super
Skate for Super Sunday, which
will be held on Jan. 10 at Pines
Roller Rink, 7685 Hollywood
Blvd. Half of the proceeds of the
Super Skate will be donated to
Super Sunday, Mrs. Greenman
explained.
Members of B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization will help on Super
Sunday with car traffic control,
Continued on Page 4
Final preparations are under-
way for the "Federation Celebra-
tion," the Jewish Federation of
South Broward's community-
wide campaign kick-off event.
The Celebration has been de-
signed to show the Federation's
campaign workers its apprecia-
tion for their tireless efforts, and
to "kick-off the 1982 UJA-
Federation campaign.
Four prominent members of
Hod Hasharon Singers to
Appear in South Broward
The people of Hod Hasharon,
Israel, South Broward's adopted
Project Renewal city, are brim-
ming with pride over four young
members of their community.
Ronit, Iris, Simha and Rachel,
all age 15 and sophomores in high
school, are gaining international
recognition as the "Hod Hashar-
on Singers."
The group was formed by
Freddy Bohm, a music teacher
for the predominately Sephardic
municipality of Hod Hasharon.
Freddy discovered the talent of
the four girls, and organized
them into a group. He travels
with the girls as their guitar ac-
companist, arranges all their
songs, and even provides them
with some choreographic
numbers.
Recently the girls represented
Israel in an International Youth
Music Festival in West Ger-
many, performing songs in He-
brew, Yiddish and English.
The Hod Hasharon Singers
will provide the musical enter-
tainment at this year's Shomrai
Dinner, scheduled for Jan. 16, at
Beth Torah Congregation. The
annual Shomrai Dinner tradi-
tionally has been the highpoint of
the UJA-Federation campaign,
and this year promises to be the
most successful ever.
Congressman Tom Lantos,
from California, will be the eve-
ning's keynote speaker at the
minimum S5.000 gift event.
our South Florida community
will receive Distinguished
Achievement Awards that eve-
ning: Miette Burnstein, the first
woman elected Circuit Court
Judge in Broward County; Dr.
Abraham Fischler, President of
Nova University; Ed Newman,
guard for the Miami Dolphins,
and; Eli Timoner, president of
Air Florida. The awards will be
presented by: Ron Rosen,
prominent local attorney; Ellie
Katz, leader in Jewish Educa-
tion; Herbert D. Katz, past
president of the Federation; and
Ben Salter, past president of the
Federation.
Providing he evening's musi-
cal entertainment will be the
talented and popular American
Balalaika Company.
Chairmen of the evening are
Rochelle and Paul Koenig. Co-
chairmen of the evening are Dr.
Norman and Nancy Atkin, and
Dr. Paul and Ruth Rodensky.
The Celebration will be Mon-
day. December 14, at 7:30 p.m.,
at the Hallandale Jewish Center.
416 NE 8th Ave, Hallandale. Ad-
mission is free for those holding
invitations. There will be no soli-
citation. For further information,
contact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
r, assistant Florida Region BBYO director:
_)er Sunday chairwoman; and Steve Klein,
director. Not pictured is Matthew Levin,
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FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Submit any material for publication in The Jewish Flori-
dian and Shofar of Greater Hollyood to:
Public Relations Department
Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida 33021
Phone: 921-8810
Any information regarding advertising should be directed
to:
Abraham B. Halpern, Advertising Supervisor
2500 E. Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Suite 707 G
Hallandale. Florida 33009
Phone: 454-0466
Any comments on editorial content should be directed to:
Fred K. Shochet, Editor and Publisher
120 NE 6th Street
Miami, Florida 33132
Phone: 373-4606
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Metro/Beach Bus Tour Set Hollybrook Big Gifts Cocktail Pa^
The date for the Metro-Beach
Bus Tour ia Wednesday, Jan. 13,
1982. The Bus Tour wUl visit the
Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged at Douglas
Gardens, the Jewish Community
Center of South Broward and
Beth Shalom Day School.
Participants will have the op-
portunity to observe first-hand
where the monies, collected as a
result of the Federation cam-
paign, are spent locally. Profes-
sionals from each agency will
meet with the Bus Tour partici-
pants on this educational and en-
lightening day.
The two bus stops will be lo-
cated at the Federation building
on Hollywood Boulevard and the
parking lot directly across from
Diplomat Towers, which is lo-
cated at 3505 S. Ocean Dr. The $4
charge covers lunch which will be
served at 12 noon at the Jewish
Community Center.
Members of the Bus Tour
Committee include Chairwoman
Susen Grossman; Vice President,
Community Education, Florence
Roth; Sis Altman. Sylvia Kalin,
Khea Kreiger, Bea Mogilowitz,
Ellen Pomerantz, Carol Press,
Gert Siegel, Shirley Silberberg,
Lee Schatzberg, Nellie Shanler,
Fannie Schifrin, Susan Singer,
Doris Tolpen, Margarita Terkiel,
Selma Vogel, Jackie Wheeler and
LilaZedeck.
Anyone interested in joining
the Bus Tour should call Lisa
Greene at the Jewish Federation
of South Broward.
Students To Examine Campus Life
Students of colleges and
universities, as well as those of
local high schools will meet for an
evening of discussion at the Jew-
ish Community Center of South
Broward, 2838 Hollywood
Boulevard, Tuesday, Decembei
29 at 7:30 p.m.
The topic will be "How Does
Campus Life Affect You as at
Jew." College students will "rap"
on what's happening to the Jew-
ish population on the campus?"
They will tackle such questions
as "How does one maintain a
positive identification as a Jew
on campus?" "Do the cults and
missionaries influence the Jewish
college students?" "Is there any
evidence of anti-semitism on the
campus?"
This evening is sponsored by
the Sub-Committee on Cults of
the Community Relations Com-
mittee of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward and the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Broward.
For further information con-
tact Rabbi Harold Richter at
Jewish Federation of South
Broward or Sherri Klinghoffer of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Broward, 921-6611.
Passover in Israel
A Passover In Israel trip for
April 1-15 is being planned by the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, according to Nat Sed-
ley, chairman.
Those participating will attend
a welcoming ceremony at a Youth
Aliyah Village, celebrate Seder in
Jerusalem's historic and modern
sites; feel its universal spiritual
meaning, share the Kabbalat
Shabbat Service with Israelis,
meet with high-level Israel
government officials; and speak
openly with political leaders.
They will also enjoy Home
Hospitality with Israeli families,
visit new mini-settlements in the
Galilee, lunch at a Kibbutz, ex-
perience the impact of Yad
Vashem, visit military installa-
tions, explore, shop, relax or par-
ticipate in our optional tours.
The package includes round
trip air-fare, 5-star hotels, all
meals, renowned UJA guides and
flight from Eilat to Lod Airport.
We are expecting three buses
Nat Sedley
to carry ISM) people on this Israel
tnp. More than 20 people have
shown interest in the trip al-
ready, Sedley added.
For additional information
contact Susan Marx at the Jew-
ish Federation of South Broward
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Saturday, Dec. 19 at 6 p.m. will
be the annual Hollybrook
Division, UJA-Federaton Cam-
paign Big Gifts Cocktail Party.
It will take place at the home of
Nathan and Jackie Levine in
Hollybrook.
"We are pleased and excited
that Jackie, along with Rhea
Krieger, will head this important
division for the second year in a
row," said Harry Goldstein,
UJA-Federation chairman for
Hollybrook. "We had a most suc-
cessful cocktail party last year
and know that Jackie and Rhea
will have an outstanding event
again this year."
The speaker for the evening
will be Reverend John Stanley
Grauel, who has become a
familiar champion of Israel to
many in the South Broward area.
During the days immediately fol-
lowing World War II, Rev.
Grauel was active in settling dis-
placed persons in what was then
Palestine. Included in his activi-
ties was being a crew member of
the ill-fated ship, Exodus.
"We are thrilled at the re-
sponse to our cocktail party-din-
ner," said Jackie Levine. "We
hope to have even a larger turn-
out than last year," she con-
cluded.
In discussing the growth of the
Hollybrook campaign, Big Gifts
Co-Chairman Rhea Krieger said
"Over the years I have seen
HoUybrook's awareness of the
needs of the UJA-Federation
campaign grow. This year we
have set a minimum commitment
of 8650 and I am confident that
many Hollybrook residents will
assume their responsibility for
the 1982 campaign."
Preparing for the December 19 Hollybrook Big Gift. CoS
are from left Rhea Krieger, co-chairman and Jackie LevbT^
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UJA Launches Year-End
'Count Up' Cash Drive
Jo Ann Kate, deakeme of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward Cash Collection Com-
mittee announced that the
United Jewish Appeal has
launched a year-end r'Count Up
for '81" campaign to collect a
total of S310 million in cash by
December 31.
"Our national goal of $310 mil-
lion by year's end is a realistic
projection of our capacity to give
in response to the growing needs
of the Jewish people and the ris-
ing cost of meeting them."
UJA National Ca*v-
Edgar L. Caddan noorU
total of 1192.6 milbo
regular Campaign and ftjJ
lion for Project Ram,
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community campaigns
out the country in the
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year-end total will reacfa
million, $13-3 million an
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Women's Division of the
Lh Federation of South
tard recently held its Board
L meeting at the home of
Brizel. vice president,
baign-
Ly.four board members at-
|ed the meeting where
1000 was raised for the 1962
Jewish Appeal-Federa-
Icampaign.
featured speaker was
ey Meline, who has been a
member of the Women's Division
Board for many years. Mrs.
Meline spoke about her summer
in Israel with her family and her
trip to Poland with the Federa-
tion.
'Our board of directors is look-
ing forward to a very successful
year on behalf of the Federation's
annual campaign. We are confi-
dent that the Women's division
will meet our goal of $1.5 million
dollars in 1982," Mrs. Brizel said.
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left are Audrey Meline, vice president. In Service; Florence
, vice president, Community Education; Bobbie Levin, presi-
Nancy Brizel. vice president, campaign; and Arlene Ray, vice
lent, Leadership Development.
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Jo Ann Katz
Planning For The Metro Pacesetters Dinner
I from left are Fannie Schifrin, Lee Schatzberg and Delia Rosen-
Standing from left are Sis A It man, Elaine Pit tell. Evelyn
er, Ruth Glickman, Jo Ann Katz and Esther Gordon.
Dr. Saul Singer, chairman of
the 1982 UJA Federation
campaign, has appointed David
and Avis Sachs chairmen, and Jo
Ann Katz as co-chairman of the
1982 Metropolitan Pacesetters
Dinner.
The Dinner, slotted for Sun-
day, February 14. 1982 at Temple
Beth Torah, is being planned by
both the Metropolitan Paceset-
ters Committee, and the
Women's Division.
Over 400 people are expected
to attend the affair, whose
minimum commitment will be
$1,000 for men. and $500 for
women.
"We hope to reach many new
people in the metropolitan area,"
said Dr. Singer. "Our chairmen
this year are very capable and
committed people. Dr. Sachs is a
recipient of the Herbert D. and
Ellie Katz Leadership Develop-
ment Award. Avis Sachs is active
on the Jewish Education Com-
mittee, and Jo Ann Katz is the
secretary of the Federation."
demand for it. It is expected that
this year's Dinner will be a great
Although the Dinner was not gucc^s8
held last year, there was a great
Business & Professional
Women's Network
Community Education Vice
President Florence Roth has ap-
pointed Lynne Ehrlich to chair
the Business and Professional
Women's Network, a program of
.he Women's Division of the Jew-
ish Federation of South Broward.
Ms. Ehrlich is the Executive
Director of the South Broward
Branch of the Broward County
Unit of the American Cancer So-
ciety.
The Women's Division recog-
nizes a need and desire for the
working woman to become part
of a network of professional con-
tacts in the community. The
goals of this network are to ap-
peal to these community involve-
ments.
A steering committee of con-
cerned business and professional
women is being formed. Any pro-
fessional women in the com-
munity who would like to become
involved should contact,. Lisa
Greene, assistant director of the
Women's Division at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
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Volume 11
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Number 25
How to Assure Failure
The American RDF self-delusion and the
double insult to Israel are related. Without a
doubt, Israel is the most powerful military
force in the Middle East today. From the
point of view of knowledge of successful
desert warfare. Israel outdistances Egypt by
a country mile. And everyone else into the
bargain. History tells the story.
Still, Israel was not invited to participate
in Operation Bright Star.
Furthermore, with respect to a strategic
relationship between Israel and the U.S.. the
excuse that is offered on Capitol Hill is not
even clothed in the pretty garb of usual diplo-
matic mumbo-jumbo. The U.S. will not par-
ticipate in such a relationship because it
would anger our "moderate Arab friends."
Bear in mind: The major concern of the
Reagan Administration as defined by its Pen-
tagon policies is Soviet encroachment any-
where and in the Persian Gulf primarily.
Bear in mind: Among choices for a Middle
East partner, Israel would be the most potent
of military forces. Bear in mind: Still, the
U.S. opts for an illusion (RFD) and for weak
alliances (Egypt, Saudi Arabia), the Saudis
themselves being totally incapable of de-
fending their own oil fields, and so what kind
of an ally are they anyhow against the Soviets
whose weapons they are now buying to help
arm the Syrians?
If the object is to embarrass Israel, that
has been done. But what else was ac-
complished?
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
Sen. Howard Metzenbaum Ohio! was called the "Senator
from Bnai B'rith" during a
debate on the Senate floor Nov.
17. The remark was made by Sen.
Ernest Hollings (D.. S.C.) during
a heated debate over legislation
supporting voluntary prayer in
public schools. The Senate
adopted the measure which
would prevent the Justice De-
partment from blocking
programs of voluntary prayer or
meditation in public schools.
While Hollings was speaking
in support of the measure, Met-
zenbaum and several other Sena-
tors interrupted to challenge him.
"The questioning will now be
done by the Senator from Bnai
B'rith," Hollings said.
Metzenbaum immediately
reDlied. "I resent the remark of
the Senator from Ohio," Hollings
and he will address me as the
Senator from Ohio." The custom
of the Senate is for Senators to
address each other by naming the
state which they represent.
"I will address the Senator as
he Snator from Ohio," Hollings
said. Later in the debate, Met-
zenbaum said he wanted to "ad-
dress myself to this issue with a
Arms Assistance to the PLO
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) The Pales
tine Liberation Organization has
been promised a substantial in-
crease in military assistance from
East Germany. According to well
informed sources in West Berlin,
the East Germans made that
pledge to a PLO delegation now
visiting East Berlin. East Ger-
man military experts will be sent
to Lebanon to train the PLO in
the use of new weapons systems
received from the Soviet Union
and other Warsaw Pact coun-
tries, the sources said.
The sources noted that the
PLO delegation, headed by
Kahlil Al-Wazir, whose title is
"Vice Chief Commander of the
Armed Forces of the Palestinian
Revolution," is receiving con-
siderable attention in the govern-
ment-controlled East German
media. While East Germany has
always been involved in the
supply and training of PLO mil-
itary units, it usually played
down the military aspect while
stressing solidarity with the
Palestinian people in political
terms.
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measure, said Hoiling,,
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this floor."
Local Teens Support Super Sunday
Continued from Page 1-
coordinating pledge cards, day
care, music and decorating the
Federation building. Their chair-
men are Robin Lynn and Mat-
thew Levin.
Sara Singer, who participated
on the High School in Israel pro-
gram, is president of Nova High
School's Student Council and a
member of the National Honor
Society Board.
David Meline. vice president of
Gold Coast Council BBYO. is
past president of Bnai _
AZA. He also participatedmfc
High School in Israelprognm]
Robin Lynn, a junior at Si
High School, is presidentofG
melBBG.
Matthew Levin, a Moni
Nova High School, is presic
Bnai Israel AZA.
Anyone interested in
teering for Super Sunday i__
contact Susan Marx at theJal
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Th
- Jewish Floridmand Sh6far of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
Perceiving Time Relation
By ELAINE PASEKOFF PINES
hourwh!nfl !*' thinHu I caHnot grasP is '""" relation/ At an
camn th. 52 b"n? done dea,h at Treblinka extermination
Polish hZ 7 IT"*Pllirali,y fhum beings, two miles away on
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Lnts of Hallandale A and III met recently at the Jewish Federa
If South Broward to plan their efforts on behalf of the 1982
y Jewish Appeal-Federation campaign. Seated from left are
Feuerstein, Fairways Riviera; Mildred Friedman, Lake Point
\ and Walter H. Mayer, Towers of Oceanview Park. Standing
eft are Solomon S. and Lillian Koppel, Beacon Towers; Philip
Towers of Oceanview Park; and Dr. Abraham R. Dokson.
i of Oceanview Park.
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left are Myer Pritsker, president of the Hallandale Jewish
Ir; Joan Raticoff, guest speaker; and Murray Feuerstein, Fair-
IKivcria.
The findings of a six-month
long study of current Ku Klux
Klan activities brought some
frightening statistics to light.
The study, conducted by the
American Jewish Committee
found there was: widespread
dissatisfaction with "moderate"
Klan leadership; increasing joint
ventures with Nazi groups;
emergence of women in Klan ac-
tivities; and intensification of
Klan efforts in West Germany.
The breaking off of militant ac-
tivists from established Klan
groups does not appear to be an
isolated phenomenon, according
to the AJCommittee Trends
Analyses unit. In Catonsville,
Maryland, Klansmen, unhappy
with lack of militancy in the local
Klan unit, formed their own
group, the leadership of which
was taken into custody and
charged with intent to bomb the
residence of the local NAACP
official.
Reports from informed
sources, the AJCommittee
asserts, indicate that a similar
situation is developing in Ala-
bama, where Klansmen con-
template forming an independent
group also committed to violence.
Recently, according to the
AJCommittee, law enforcement
officials in West Germany have
expressed concern over the sharp
increase in Invisible Empire
Knights of Ku Klux Klan activity
in Germany, where the Klan is
attempting to recruit resident
German neo-Nazis to their ranks
in areas surrounding U.S. mil-
itary bases.
In Houston, the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith has
asked a federal court to prohibit
the Ku Klux Klan from operating
paramilitary training camps in
Texas. In announcing the filing
of an amicus curiae brief with the
U.S. district court in Houston,
ADL civil rights director Justin
Finger declared that "armed
racists, pathological haters of
Blacks, Jews and other minor-
ities, are engaging in guerrilla
warfare training that could ex-
pose society to bloodshed and
violence." The ADL brief asked
the federal court to uphold the
constituionality of a Texas
statute that bans private "mil-
itary companies or or-
ganizations" and to issue an in-
junction directed agains the
KKK.
Anti-Semitism in a New Jersey
Town
Police in Fair Lawn, N.J., have
increased patrols at all the six
synagogues in the middle class
community following the dese-
cration of two synagogues. Swas-
tikas and anti-Semitic slogans
were spraypainted on Shomrei
Torah and Temple Beth Sholom.
In addition, vandals also
daubed anti-Semitic epithets and
swastikas on the Fair Lawn Jew-
ish Center, the community's
water tower and the door of an
auto shop at the high school. Po-
lice suspect the acts of vandalism
were commited by teen-agers and
not related to the discovery last
June that a six-member cell of the
Ku Klux Klan had apparently
been meeting secretly in an
apartment complex here.
It was the first major outbreak
of anti-Semitism reported in
northern New Jersey since a new
state law took effect in Sep-
tember that provides for a five-
year jail term for anyone con-
victed of attempting to incite fear
by burninr* crosses.
td from left are David Lurie, Park Layne Towers, Emanuel L.
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lotto Brenner, Olympus. Standing from left are Gertrude Broidy,
prs of Oceanview Park; Jack Mintz, Meadowbrook; Evelyn
Golden Horn South; Al Smilow, Meadowbrook; Myer Prit-
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Women's Division Beach Campaign
The Women's Division of the f
Jewish Federation of South
Broward is organizing its Beach
campaign, according to Evelyn
Stieber, Beach chairwoman.
Decemlwri
An educational program was
held recently in Hallandale at the
home of Mrs. Stieber. Twenty-
five women attended the event,
where Nancy Brizel, vice presi-
dent, campaign, presented the
Federation story.
The Hollywood educational
program was held in the Catania
building at Quadomain. Several
buildings were represented at the
S<-nted from left are Kvlr\n Stieber. Beach chairwoman; Matilda
kimelblol. area coordinator; and Frances Briefer, area coordinator.
Standing from left are Jeanette Sussman, area coordinator; I.ee
Schatzberu, area coordinator; and Nancy Brizel. campaign vice presi-
dent.
Seated from left are France. Ehrlich, Anne Lowe and Millie Wilder.
meeting, where Reva Wexler,
Federation campaign associate,
presented the Federation story.
The Hollywood, Hallandale,
Three Islands and Golden Isles
coordinators are working with
their buildings to plan the
Chavarut Luncheon, which is set
for Monday. March 8 at the
Sheraton Bal Harbour.
Hallandale coordinators are Sis
Altman. Gert Scisorek, Molly
Silber and Doris Tolpen. Holly-
wood coordinators are Ann Cohn,
Jeanette Sussman, Matilda
Kimelblot and Frances Briefer.
Area coordinators for Three
Islands are Selma Gersten, Edna
Barron and Claire Bernhang.
Area coordinators for Golden
Isles include Fredda Rosen.
Mildred Friedman and Selma
Kaye.
Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Shalom
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Shalom presented a movie pro-
jector and screen to Shirley
Cohen. Temple Youth Director,
at the Dec. 7 meeting. Also
presented to Mrs. Cohen were
funds raised specifically for
Youth from the recent Sisterhood
Flea Market.
Temple Sole I
Sisterhood
On Sunday. Dec. 20, at 6 p m ,
Temple Solel Sisterhood will
sponsor its annual Family
Chanukah Dinner in the Temple
Social Hall.
There will be a traditional
Holiday Chicken Dinner, with 'no
holds barred' on trimmings, at $5
per adult and $3 per child. Phone
in for the very few reservations
still open.
Edye Rubenstein's and Ellen
Pomerantz's arrangements as co-
chairpersons promise a fun night
of games, songs, prizes, and good
food a truly festive event.
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Local NCJW Receive Advocacy Training in Washington
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| from left are Gert Sciaorek, area coordinator; Evelyn Stieber,
chairwoman; and Nancy Brizel, Campaign vice president.
|in from left are Sis Altman, area coordinator; Doris Tolpen,
Mara Guilanti and Joan Gross
of Hollywood recently returned
from Washington, where, to-
gether with more than 400
National Council of Jewish
Women (NCJW) leaders from
across the country, they attended
the organization's 1981 Joint
Program Institute (JPI) The
event, held from Nov. 16-19,
offered intensive advocacy train-
ing in the areas of Public Policy
and Family Self-Sufficiency and
Israel and American Foreien
Policy.
During the 4-day Institute, the
local delegates, all members of
' the Hills Section of NCJW, re-
ceived detailed legislative and
federal agency briefings which
focused on the impact of the Ad-
ministration's policies on NC-
JW's domestic priorities
women's issues, aging, and chil-
dren and youth as well as on
American foreign policy towards
Israel and the Middle East.
Training also included a simu-
lated Congressional hearing on
abortion rights, a panel on "How
to Work in Washington," and
workshops on coalition building.
As a result of their intensive
training experience, the JPI par-
ticipants return to Hollywood
with the sharpened skills neces-
sary for developing a corps of
well-trained advocates at the
grass roots level.
While in Washington, the
women had an opportunity to put
advocacy into practice. On Tues-
day, Nov. 17, together with other
NCJW delegates, they stood vigil
at the Soviet Embassy on behalf
of Soviet Jews. On Nov. 18 they
met with Senators Chiles and
Hawkins and their Congressional
Representative E. Clay Shaw to
express concerns on issues
covered in the Institute.
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J from left are Aniela Frumkin, Rose Appel and Sally Ambrose.
Kng from left are Molly Roth, Jean Jacobs, Fan Zeitlan, Ruth
nan. arrangements chairwoman; and Estelle Glattman.

ril from left are Rose Pollen, Ethel Gould and Ada Engelman.
ding from left are Beverly Bachrach, Women's Division director;
iLutzkerand Jean Roskind.
fo mm unity Relations Committee!
Jewish Federation of South Broward
Qipdate
He second annual interfaith
oksgiving Service was held at
Iple Beth El on Wednesday
ling. November 25. The Ser-
I was jointly sponsored by the
rfaith Council of Greater
yv/ood, the Greater Holly-
1 Ministerial Association, the
Hi Broward Council of
bis, and the South Broward
nery of the Roman Catholic
rch.
uticipating in the Service
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe, of
Bple Beth El, Rabbi Ben
Der, of Temple Beth El and At
ge Member of the Executive
rd of the Interfaith Council;
Jne Pittell, President of the
rfaith Council of Greater
llywood; Father Joseph
eski, of Annunciation
bolic Church and At Large
nber of the Executive Board
the Interfaith Council; June
of United Methodist
prch of Hollywood Hills and
Large Member of the Ex-
tive Board of the Interfaith
Nil; Rabbi Carl Klein, of the
uandale Jewish Center and
"ident of the South Broward
cil of Rabbis; and Rev. Paul
pch, of the American
neran Synod and Secretary of
Interfaith council. The
"giving Sermon was de-
d by Sister Marie Danielle
[the Madonna Academy and
ond-Vice President of the In-
faith Council.
The arrangements for the In-
terfaith Thanksgiving Service
were made by a committee
chaired by Rabbi Ben Romer. His
committee included Rabbi
Harold Richter, Executive Sec-
retary of the Interfaith Council;
Sister Marie Danielle, Rev. Paul
Kirsch and Eleanor Handelman,
At Large Member of the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Inter-
faith Council and member of
Temple Beth El.
Chanukah-Chrtotmaa
Celebration for Members of
the Interfaith Council
In lieu of a December meeting
the officers and members of the
Interfaith Council of Greater
Hollywood joined in a Chanukan-
Christmas Celebration, held at
the home of Eleanor Handleman
on December 2. Chanukah and
Christmas delicacies were the
order of the evening. Rev. Wayne
Martin, Vice President of the
Interfaith Council and Pastor of
the First Baptist Church of
Hollywood, who has recently re-
turned from Israel as a par-
ticipant in the Community Rel-
actions Council Israeli tour de-
signed for Christian clergy, dis-
missed his trip Rabb. Harold
Richter led the Chanukah songs.
Eleanor Handleman. At Large
Member of the Executive Board
of the Interfaith CouncU was in
charge of refreshments.
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His Office for the Practice of
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The Bar Mitzvah of Danny
Katz was a joyous celebration of
family friends and Jewish tra-
dition. The congregation at
Temple Beth Shalom was
hushed, marveling at the out-
standing Bar Mitzvah candidate
with the big smile. Day School
Principal. Shirley Cohen, recog
nized him as a student leader
when she first saw Danny years
ago. Jack Shapiro said that it is
vital to educate children like
Danny so that Judaism will
continue to flourish Temple
President Allan Coplin and Rabbi
Morton Malavsky praised the
Katz family for its Jewish
commitment. Danny follows a
remarkable Jewish heritage ex-
emplified by his parents Herb
and EUie Katz and grandparents
Gertrude Katz and Joseph and
Rebecca Meyerhoff. Rabbi
Malavsky stated that Jewish
needs are their concern. Brothers
Walter and Tom with sisters
Sally and Laura, uncle and aunt
Sherman and Jo Ann Kat/
shared the simcha.
In the evening the Temple
ballroom sparkled with glowing
candlelight and mirrors reflecting
the exquisite floral decorations.
Photographic collages were art-
fully placed around the room
showing family gatherings and
scenes of Danny's Bar Mitzvah
at the Wall in Jerusalem last
summer. Ellie and Herb last
summer. Ellie and Herb had at-
tended to every detail to please
their guests.
Among the loving friends
sharing the evening of dancing
and merriment were Dr. Joe and
Selma Hopen. Ed and Marilyn
Kaplan, Myron and Charlotte
Brodie with David. Debbie.
Steven and Shellv. Dr. Bob and
Elaine Pittell. Dr. Fred and
Meral Khr en stein. Dr. Herb and
Nancy Brizel. Dr. Karl and Carol
Morgenstein had recently re-
turned from a medical lecture trip
to South America and were en-
joying a weekend visit by Karl's
parents from Baltimore. Also Dr.
Shellv and Linda Levin, Dr. Bud
and Betty Homana, Jo Noble.
Lou and Ann Conn, Herb's fellow
jogger Sumnr Kaye and Dina,
Irving and Reva Wexler (out for
the evening without pledge
cards) Nat and Dina Sodley all
enjoyed the festivities
Danny is not only handsome
but was also a masterful master
of ceremonies at his candlelight-
ing ceremony. The only one with
a bigger smile than Danny was
Grandma Gertrude Katz. Later
Danny led his classmates in a
joyful chanting of the Birkat.
"Fang" and I were bunting with
pride at Danny's performance
throughout the day. (We are his
godparents.) Everyone shared
the family's feeling of love and
joy.
Harry and Rose Moak have
been honored for their leadership
in the Women's Corps of the
Papanicolaou Cancer Research
Institute. They served on the
Board of Directors ot the Insitute
and have been co-treasurer for
over ten years. A beautiful lunch
eon was made in their honor to
celebrate their 65th Wedding
Anniversary. In recognition of
their dedication. October 18 was
declared Harry and Rose Moak
Dav bv proclamation of the
Mayor of Dade County This
exemplary couple has received
many awards for their charitable
endeavors. The folks at Parker
Plaza are very proud of these
outstanding resident* and all ex-
tend sincere congratula'
Otto and E\el\n Steiber cele-
brated the Bar Mitzwah of their
grandson. Eric Portnoy. in
Boston f'lose friends of the Stei-
ber- attended the Bar Mitzvah.
Joining them in Mass. were
Estelle (Watt man. Leonore
Weber. Victor and Madeline
Tarira. Manny and Hilda
Herscher. Mack and Blanche
Krinsky. Everyone loves to share
special occasions with long time
friends.
A happy family gathering
relebrated the Bar Mitzvah of
Jamie Mark Topolski. son oi i/r.
Richard and Elaine Topolski.
Relatives and friends came from
Montreal. Toronto. New York,
Chicago and Philadelphia They
were all entertained royally. On
Thursday evening a party for out
of towners was held at the home
of Jamie's aunt and uncle, the
Marvin Clicks. Saturday every-
one enjoyed the beautiful Bar
Mitzvah services at Temple Beth
Shalom led by Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky. In the evening Grand-
parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver
of Malaga Towers entertained
out of town guests at a dinner
party at the Hemispheres Yacht
Club. To top off the gala weekend
Jamie was guest of honor at a
celebration at Temple Beth Torah
in North Miami Beach. Joinine
all the fun was sister JB1 who will
be celebrating her sweet 16th
birthday next spring. Con-
gratulations to the Topolski
Family. A great time was en-
joyed by all.
The Zinn Chapel at Temple
Sinai was the perfect setting for
"V. the marriage of Ira Vsrswa and
'* Penny Greisfaiger. The Chapel
bears the name of Ire' Grand-
parents, Hollyood pioneers Mary
Zinn and her late husband Look
Zinn. Rabbi Emeritus David
Shapiro and Rabbi Seymour
Friedman performed the cere-
mony. The handsome little ring-
bearer was Joshua Dunn, grand-
son of Dr. Seymour and Sbnone
Dunn, and the flower girl was
Ira's adorable niece Lindsay
Shaw. Ira's mother Rita Ilowit,
sister Mindy. brother-in-law and
sister Michael and Theda Shaw
shared the happiness. Uncle and
Aunt Allen and Esther Gordon,
cousins Brian and Robin Gordon
and her fiance Paul Fasbinder
from Texas were there.
Guests were invited to Turn-
berry Isle Country Club for a
lovely wedding luncheon. Amone
those attending were Dr. Milton
and Carolvn Caster. Martin and
Shirley Smith. Bobbe Schles-
inger. the Al Yorras'. Leon
Sultan's. Dr. Bernie and Annette
Milloff. Also extending good
wishes were Jerry and Joan Rati-
coff. Dr. George and Iris Crane.
the Dr. Seymour Dunns, Dr. Al
and Terry Geronemus. Coleman
and Telsu Rosen field
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patio of her beautiful lakefront
home. It has bean a wonderful
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Sam and Betty Kotler of Hill-
crest are very proud parents.
Their daughter and son-in-law
Suzanne and Saul Schechter have
been recognized as community
leaders in Pinellas County (St.
Petersburg) Florida. Saul has
been named General Campaign
Chairman of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Federation. Suzanne
will head the Women's Division
Campaign. She has been the
recipient of a special award for
outstanding service. Both have
participated in a variety of
leadership roles in New York and
in Florida.
Dr. Louis and Natalie Joblove
were delighted 25th anniversary
celebrants. Daughter Diane a
dental hygienist in Boston; son
Ricky who attends George
Washington University in Wash-
ington. I).(' son Michael a third
year law student at the Univer-
sity of Florida with his fiance
Cherie Lewis; and Lou's mother,
Frieda Joblove, Natalie's
parents tne Albert Klegmans
from New York were surprise
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Rabbi Rubin Dobin spoke recently at a Dania Rotary Club meeting on
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auspices of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's Community
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On Super Sunday '82. which
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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J of the Young Leadership Development Committee met
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i From left are Janie Berman, co-chairwoman; Betty Horn-
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f. Manekin, (left) chairman of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tional Committee on Leadership Development congratulates
rhbuum and Dr. David Sachs at the General Assembly in St.
their Jewish Federation of South Broward Leadership
[Mrs. Keichbaum received the Hyman and Belle Schlafer
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Krida
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Chaplaincy Service Announces Chanukah Programming
Ruben to Address
Dr. Samuel Meline, chairman
of the Chaplaincy Committee an-
nounced that the Chaplaincy
Service will be presenting
Chanukah Services and Celebra-
tions at the area's institutions.
Rabbi Harold Richter, director
of Chaplaincy, is making ar-
rangements to hold Chanukah
programs at Dania Nursing
Home. Golfcrest Nursine Home.
Hallandale Rehabilitation Cen-
ter. Hollywood Hills Nursing
Home. Washington Manor Con-
valescent Home. R & R Guest
Home. Willow Manor Retirement
Home, the South Florida State
Hospital, the Broward Correc-
tional Institution and the Jewish
Community Center of South
Broward.
The following organizations.
chools and trrouns will assist in
S. Broward JCC Offers
College Counseling
Ron Rothchild. president of the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Broward is pleased to an-
nounce that beginning Friday.
Dec. 4. Mai Golden. Ph. D..
University of Miami, will be
available for college counseling
for high school and college
students and their families. The
thrust of this new service will be
to apprise students of alternative
college and career selections.
Through this new service, we
hope to assist our membership in
dealing with the wide array of
complex questions and problems
that they face as they contem-
plate college.
Students will be interviewed
regarding their choice of a spe-
cific college as well as their de-
sired major. A thorough, in depth
study of the college catalogue will
be offered to students. The depth
and breadth of the academic
program in their desired major
will be summarized. Alternative
college choice and. where aooro
priate. the quality of Jewish life
on campus will be discussed.
HALLANDALE
JEWISH CENTER
The United Jewish Appeal
drive is being planned for Sun-
day. Jan. 10. 1982. Judge Max-
well Stern has accepted the chair-
manship who will work with a
large committee to bring this
drive to fruition. Mr. Edwin
(linsburg will be the honoree for
the UJA effort and we hope that
in the traditional manner of the
Hallandale Jewish Center this
drive will top all the previous
drives for Israel and the federa-
tion.
Project Renewal
Authority and responsibility
for Project Renewal will now be
coordinated by the Construction
and Housing Ministry and the
Jewish Agency, it was agreed
last week by Housing Minister
David Levy and agency chairman
Arye Dulzin.
Levy went to Dulzin s office at
the agency for the first time in
years to discuss the urban slum
rehabilitation scheme being
carried out as an Israel-Diaspora
partnership.
Agreeing to coordinate Project
Renewal policy, the two said they
would eliminate redundancies,
establish joint supervision of the
project, and prepare a joint bud-
get starting in the coming fiscal
year.
Grand People of
Temple Solel
Grand People of Temple Solel
are planning a Chanukah dinner
meeting at the Stage Deli on
Thursday, Dec. 17 at 5:30 p.m.
There will be a gift exchange.
Cost per member is $4 and non-
member $5. For reservations, call
963-1415
On Wednesday Dec. 23, the
Grand People will be host at a
Chanukah Party to the patients
at the Hollywood Hills Nursing
Home on 35th Ave.. There will be
gifts, entertainment and refresh-
ments.
Prof. Golden will also help
students become aware of and as-
sist them in evaluating the
availability of student loans,
grants and scholarships and help
them complete their financial aid
packages.
The Jewish Community Center
has begun to collect a library of
information irtluding catalogues,
applications, financial aid
package*, etc.
Pro. Golden will be available at
tlv JCC 2838 Hollywood
itoulevard every Friday after-
noon from 2-5 p.m. and on Tues-
day evenings by appointment
only Call 921-6511 today.
Marilyn Hoffman, chairperson
of the teen committee, was re-
cently heard saying "our coun-
seling service is only one of the
many new and exciting services
to be made available to our teens
in South Broward through our
JCC.
the Chanukah programming: the
Hallandale Chapter of Women's
B'nai B'rith, Ben Gurion Lodge
of B'nai B'rith; Park Place B*nai
B'rith Lodge: United Jerusalem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith the Grand
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munity Day School; Temple
Solel's Youth Groups: Solel
Singers; Temple Solel's Youth
Groups: Temple Sinai's Youth
Group and Temple Israel's Youth
Group.
Patients in hospitals will re-
ceive Chanukah pamphlets con-
taining the Blessing of Chanukah
and the festival's message. The
dietary departments have been
informed to serve Chanukah deli-
cacies during the holiday.
"CCJFoJ
William S. Ruben, chairman of
the board of Jordan Marsh-
Florida, will be the speaker at the
third NCCJ Forum to be held
Wednesday, Dec. 16, at noon at
Gibby's Restaurant, 2900 N.E.
12th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
David Ben-Gurion Culture Club News
I meeting, a Chanukah
nd the installation of
elected officers and
ars, will be held on
19, at 6:30 p.m.,
jieeting place, the
Auditorium at City
th Ave., North Miami
enda includes the
[the minutes, lighting
Vukah candles by Sam
fhe presentation of
the financial report
arable Mayor of North
kh, Mrs. McDonald,
fthe officers and board
kr 1982-1983.
Loffee and cake will be
[extra-special treat has
pged for your enjoy-
at ions for members is
kr gue9ts.
|y, Dec. 31, a gala cele-
1 be held New Year's
et will be held at the
Jewish Center, 416
A Kosher dinner will
Dancing and enter-
tainment will be provided by
Marty Levitt and his orchestra
Price for tickes: $17.50 for mem-
Women's ORT
Recently the South Broward
Region of Women's American
ORT held their Capital Funds re-
ception and brunch at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. S. David Gates
of Hallandale. They were
privileged to have as their guest
speaker Michael Avitzour, direc-
tor general of ORT Israel. He
assumed his present position
with ORT Israel at its height,
with every intent of moving it
further in size, and to new seg-
ments of education, manpower
development and industry, with
emphasis on quality education
and hieher level technical
studies. Michael Avitzour views
ORT Israel as a national human
resource with responsibilities
simultaneously to its students
and to the nation.
Mr. Avitzour was appointed
Director General of ORT Israel in
August, 1979.
hers; and $22.50 for guests.
Tickets are available by con-
tacting Rose Rotmench, vice-
president at 935-1266 or Fela
Fryschman, board member (new
Elect) at 932-0471.
David Ben Gurion Culture
Club, Incorporated officers for
1982-83:
President, Carl Rosenkopf,
Vice-President, Rose Rotmench;
Murray Weintraub, Helen Jaku-
bowski, Chaim Swintelski, Bruno
Cane, Morris Strosberg, Max
Finkelstein, Morris Kopka, Sam
Knopf, David Steinweis, Abe
Domaniewitz, Fela Fryschman,
William Diamond and Simon
Friedman.
Beth Shalom Activities
\riah Choral Society Performs
hday. Nov. 16, at the
femple, an impressive
kf 1,500 people, distin-
eaders of all Jewish
in Broward and
^nty attended a rally
"A Plea for Human
(Soviet Jewry."
the highlights of the
Las the beautiful and
performance of the
horal Society. The ren-
IIcl>rew and English
keeping with the theme
vening was very en-
Blly received by the
iriah Choral Society,
la "Singing Festival,"
director, Helen Sch-
fery talented and crea-
er in the field of music.
liar Hilda Golden is an
piano accompanist,
the Zimriah Coral
nd a graduate of the
mservatory of Music.
members are com-
(5 men and women who
We are also fortunate
Is an added feature, the
Israeli Dancers, lead by
p\ie, who join with the
Brandeis Lecture Series
icond lecture of this
fen by the Hollywood
M Brandeis University
Women's Committee,
Jivered by Sam B. Topf
i Tuesday, from 1 p.m.
at the Hollywood
12600 Hollywood Blvd.
Circle, Hollywood.
background qualifies
speak on "Israel Up-
Tibject of his lecture. He
r'nt of the American-Is-
nber of Commerce, a
Jof the International
|Governors of Technion,
an of the board of the
liami Chapter of the
^Technion Society.
as "Industrialist of
I by the American Israel
of Commerce, he was
Dinted chairman of the
[ States-Israel Mission
i in Washington.
Beth El
image Sale
nage and white elephant
ared by the Sisterhood
le Beth El will be held
Dec. 17 from 9 a.m. to
the Tobin Auditorium,
[4th Ave., Hollywood, at
entrance. Proceeds go
ne religious school of the
Anyone interested in Israel as
our country's loyal and foremost
ally in the Mideast will find this
lecture particularly rewarding.
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961-5888. Donation $35 per
couple covers music, hors
d'oevres, delicatessen platters,
favors and set ups. Non-members
and members may attend.
Registration is now being ac-
cepted for the Adult Education
Series of Mini-Courses, to be held
Wednesday evenings. Winter
Semester II, Feb. 10 through
Mar. 3. Call 981-6111 for more
details.
Contact Dr. Malavsky to
travel to Israel with him on his
Winter Tour, leaving Jan. 12, re-
turning either Jan. 24 or 26, your
choice. Brochures are available.
Dr. Malavsky will also tour Israel
this summer, departing from here
June 15, returning June 29. Call
981-6111 for more information.
For membership information,
please call Temple office, Sylvia
S. Senick, executive secretary.
Dues structure for families,
single men and single women.
High Holy Day tickets included.
Membership year begins Jan. 1.
Choral Society on many of their
engagements by special request.
They are extremely well received
since they dance to the back-
ground singing of these many
beautiful voices together it is a
very attractive sight to behold
and hear. The spirit of the group
is a real pleasure to enjoy, during
rehearsals as well as perfor-
mances.
This is the sixth year the So-
ciety has been singing together,
sopranos, baratones, altos,
blending their voices in smooth,
sweet harmony.
They have performed before
many Jewish Organizations, such
as Hillcrest Hadassah, B'nai
B'rith Women, ORT, City of
Hope, Hallmark Condominium,
Parker Plaza, Pembroke Pines,
Hadassah, Hollywood Com-
munity Center and Michael-Anne
Russell JCC.
The Zimriah Choral Society
enjoys performing for charitable
organizations in the near future.
For further information about
future engagements, please con-
tact Mary Wolfe 962-9637. I'll be
happy to help you.
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\i cup chopped carrots
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
M package (10 oz.) frozen whole
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dash garlic salt
1 tablespoon chopped fresh
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1. Saute onions and carrots in butter in medium-sized
saucepan.
2. Add remaining ingredients; cover and simmer for
15 minutes. Serves 4.
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Israel Bond Events
Temple Solel will hold its an-
nual Israel Bonds Tribute Dinner
on Sunday, Dec. 13, 6:30 p.m., in
the temple social hall, this year
honoring Douglas and Joan
Gross, who will receive Israel's
City of Peace Award.
The City of Peace Award is re-
served exclusively for those who
are deeply immersed in Jewish
communal affairs and who parti-
cipate in the Israel Bonds pro-
gram at the highest levels.
Gross is on the board of direc-
tors of the Jewish Federation in
South Broward and co-chairman
of its Planning Committee on
Aging He is vice-president of
Memorial Hospital Foundation
for Hollywood. He was active in
Montreal in Jewish and com-'
munal affairs. Mrs. Gross is a
board member of Temple Solel
and serves on the Women's Divi-
sion Board of the Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward. She is
also a member of the executive
committee of the Community Re-
lations Committee and is a mem-
ber of Temple Solel.
Special guest at the tribute
dinner will be Barry Farber. well
known author and radio commen-
tator who has covered important
world events, including the Hun-
garian revolution and the Cuban
refugee exodus. Farber is a
staunch supporter of human
rights and civil liberties and has
served on the board of the New
York Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
Honorary chairperson of the
tribute dinner are Rabbi and Mrs.
Robert Frazin and Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Roaman. Co-chairpersons
are Mr. and Mrs. Alan Fbke. Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Keller, Mr. and
Mrs. Alan Neuman. Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Shapiro, Mr. and
Mrs. Joel Wilentz and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Wo If son.
AQUARIUS
A Night for Israel was held
Tuesday evening, Dec. 1, in the
Aquarius Cascade Room. Paul
and Edith Frost received Israel's
City of Peace Award, recognizing
their outstanding participation in
the Israel Bonds program and
numerous other philanthropic
organizations. According to
Chairman Julius Freilich. "The
Frosts are highly respected by
their friends and neighbors and
are richly deserving of this high
honor." Frost is active in B'nai
B'rith and the Aquarius Israel
Bonds committee. Mrs. Frost is.
active in the Women's Division of
the South Broward Jewish Fed-
eration and is a member of
Hadaasah. The event was spon-
sored by the David Ben-Gunon
B'nai B'rith Lodge and the Golda
Meir Hadassah Chapter. Special
guest was entertainer Emil
Florence Burnakfe, Max Coff-
man, Shirley Green and Max
Verebay.
PARK PLACE
Park Place celebrated their
annual Night for Israel Wednes-
day evening, Dec. 2, at 8 p.m.
honoring the Park Place B'nai
B'rith Lodge, Pembroke Pines
B'nai B'rith Women, Park Place
Women's American ORT for out-
standing service to Israel and the
Jewish people. Campaign Coordi-
Douglas and Joan Gross
nators were Louis Fine and Ber-
nard Stein. Special guest was
Emil Cohen, American Jewish
folk humorist. The event was
sponsored by Park Place Israel
Bonds Committee.
GALAHAD III
Mollie Menkes received
Israel's Scroll of Honor at a
Night for Israel held at Galahad
III on Tuesday evening. Dec. 8,
at 8 p.m. Mrs. Menkes has been
active in the Israel Bonds pro-
gram and other Jewish organiza-
tions. Mickey Freeman was the
special guest entertainer.
Chairman of the event was Jules
Gordon.
GALAHAD COURT
Residents of Galahad Court
celebrated their annual Night for
Israel on Dec. 3, 8 p.m., in the
Social Hall where three building
residents received Israel's Scroll
of Honor Award. Frances Ehr-
lich, Ann Lowe and Jeannette
Sussman were honored for their
long involvement in Jewish phil-
anthropic causes and civic endea-
vors. Chairman of the event was
David R. Ehrlich and Mickey
Freeman was the special guest
entertainer.
Award Wednesday, Dec 2, at 8
p.m. at the Galahad South Night
for Israel sponsored by the Israel
bonds Organization. The Zinns
have long been active in Jewish
and civic affairs and have worked
tirelessly tor the Jewish com-
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GALAHAD SOUTH
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H. Rush (left) and Malcolm H. Fromberg (right), and an
vice president of the B'nai B'rith Foundation of the Dtssl
Shaw is one of six men, including former President Gerald 3
be honored by B'nai B'rith in 1981.
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A Tale of Chanukah
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
By LILLIAN MANDEL
Listen my children and you shall hear
A tale that to you is very dear
Dear it is, and very old
But in your hearts it is treasured
like gold.
You've heard it so often you've read
it in books
Aha now I can see by your looks
you're growing impatient your
heart's beating fast
What tale can this be of what
hero you ask?
Tis of Hannah and her seven sons
How they perished one by one
How proud and defiant they all stood
As though their bodies were carved of
wood.
"Get down on your knees," the-lithg
doth command
"Bow down to your King or your
lives will be damned
And when they refused he ordered
them slain
As the Mother watched her heart
full of pain.
But when her last son was brought
forth to obey
"Oh King, I beseech you one so
young you'd not slay
He's such a fledging his life's
just begun
Have mercy upon me spare my
last son."
But for a moment the King paused
and then said
"Boy, you don't have to kneel nor
bow your head
Just pick up the ring which I throw
to the floor
IVe not time for more courage -
T would just be a bore"
The youth stood there stalwart as the
guards lifted their swords
But the only sound heard was
"Adonai Echod"
Again we turn back the pages of
time
More glories of Judaism come to
one's mind
We gaze at the candles burning
so bright
As our thoughts keep returning to
that memorable night.
When Judah. the General and his
brave Maccabees
regained control of the Temple the
Syrians had seized
When they looked round them and saw
the desecration within
they vowed to destroy this army
of sin.
In the darkness they searched for
candles that night
And for the oil that would kindle
the light
The oil they did find, indeed, was
so meager
It could not last long the supply
must be bigger.
But the wonders of Judaism reign
so supreme
that the miracle they encountered
seemed but a dream
The candles continued to burn for
eight nights
That is why we now kindle 8
Chanukah lights.
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Seated on the floor is Lillian Kramer. Seated in chairs from left are
Gertrude Falk, Hannah Adel, Toby Greenberg and Birdie Fell.
Standing from left are Anne Gilbert, Vicki Raynund, Pacesetter's
chairwoman; Lillian Ehrlich, Nellie Shanler, ElMafor Lerner, Sue
Mock, Daisy Rubin and Bea MogilowiU.
Falk To Host First Hillcrest
Continued from Pag* 1-
on Nov. 19 at the home of Lillian
Kramer to finalize plans for the
event.
"We at Hilkrest would like to
set the tone for the Women's Di-
vision's 1962 United Jewish
Appeal-Federation campaign.
The Hillcrest Women's Division
goal is 1200,000," according to
Hannah Adel, Dorothy Chernu
chin and Eleanor Lerner, Hill-
crest chairwomen.
The Pacesetter committee
includes Harriet Bloom, Lillian
Ehrlich Gert Entin, Birdie Fell,
Anne Gilbert, Hilda Gradinger,
Toby Greenberg, Sylvia Hagler,
Lillian Kramer, Shirley Kravitz,
Sue Mock, Bea MogilowiU, Roz
Ratner, Daisy Rubin, Ruth Ser-
witz, Nellie Shanler, Sara Small-
berg and Sally Winograd.
If you have not already made
your reservations for the Dec. 16
Hillcrest Women's Division
Pacesetter Cocktail Party,
contact Mary Anne Moore at the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Pulmonary Rehabilatatum
A four week outpatient pul-
monary rehabilitation program is
now available for patients with
chronic obstructive pulmonary
disease. Offered by Community
Hospital of South Broward m
Hollywood, it is the first such
program available in South
Broward County.
The program will consist of
educational instruction in
breathing retraining, exercise
and adjustment to the activities
of daily living. Followup wjll con-
sist of final reports to referring
physicians and an on-going Lung
Club.
Further information about the
program can be obtained by call-
ing Elizabeth Bales at 966-8100,
ex.118.
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