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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Fred Shochet
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Hollywood, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Ulewislh Floridi'& in
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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
_ Number 27
Hollywood, Florida Friday, December 25, 1981
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Price 35 Cents
al Businesses Support Super Sunday Congressman Lantos To Be Keynote
I businesses, including
I Diamond Caterers and
treats, are supporting
ih Federation of South
Super Sunday, set for
according to Brenda
and Al Golden, chair-
Sunday is a one-day
effort by all Jewish
Ins across the country,
[day, more people than
> will be contacted in an
raise $25 million
. The Jewish Federa-
outh Broward's goal is
' they explained.
will donate 800 potato
imond Caterers will
miniature danish and
Treats will donate a
\r those manning the tel-
ls still time to volunteer
Sunday, Jan. 17. For
kl information, contact
Farx at the Jewish Feder-
Bouth Broward.
Speaker At Shomrai Dinner
The Jewish Federation of South Broward Super Sunday telephone
solicitor trainers met recently at the home of Philip A. Levin, M.D.,
Training chairman. Seated from left are Joan Raticoff, Bobbie Levin,
Women's Division president; and Jacki Reichbaum. Standing from
left are Saul Singer, M.D., campaign chairman; Joyce Newman,
Brenda Greenman, Super Sunday co-chairman; and Dr. Levin. Not
pictured are Al Golden, Super Sunday co-chairman; Betty Unmans.
Ron Rosen, Esther Gordon and Nancy Brizel, Women's Division vice
president, campaign.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward is honored to
have Congressman Tom Lantos
as its keynote speaker for its
Shomrai Dinner. The annual din-
ner, scheduled for Jan. 16, at
Beth Torah Congregation, has
traditionally been a highlight of
the U JA-Federation campaign.
Congressman Lantos is the
first and only survivor of the
Holocaust to be elected to the
U.S. Congress.
Congressman Lantos from
California, is currently a member
of the Committees on Foreign
Affairs, Government Operations,
and Aging. He was the first Con-
gressman to speak on the floor of
the House against the sale of F-
15 offensive equipment to Saudi
Arabia. He also introduced the
Joint Resolution making Raoul
Wallenberg an honorary citizen
of the United States.
Congressman Lantos
For further information on the
minimum $5,000 gift event, con-
tact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
deration All Missions Reunion
I Jewish Federation of
(reward is planning an All
Reunion, Sunday, Jan.
.m. at Temple Solel, 5100
St., explained Shane
ad Jacki Reichbaum,
sen.
le show of previous Fed-
lissions will be shown, as
ticipants will have the
nity to reacquaint them-
additional information,
i Susan Marx at the Jew-
ration of South Broward.
From left are David Moskowitz, Jerry Raticoff, Rabbi Bennett
GrTnspon, Ruth Moskowitz, Herb Brizel, M.D. and George Hyde.
*1^V
left are Iris Crane, Nancy Brizel. Women's Division vice
ient, campaign; Barbara Deaky and Judee Barron.
Seated from left are Nathan Rakita. Harry Swartzman, Paul Segaland
Jeff Fellen. Standing from left are Sol Kurtz, <***^*n
man; David Peskin, Abe Meister, Leo Sklar and Rabbi Herb Tobin.
Federation campaign associate.
Emerald Hills Support
UJA-Federation Campaign
The Emerald Hilla Campaign
Cabinet met recently to plan their
efforts on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
1982 United Jewish Appeal-Fed-
eration campaign.
Chairman Nelson Demba said,
"We are pleased to have such ex-
perienced workers aid our cam-
paign. This cabinet will enable us
to involve many new people in
the campaign."
Dembs announced that Grand-
view, which will be a new chal-
lenge this year, will be headed by
Paul Segal.
All efforts in Emerald Hills will
culminate in the annual dinner,
set for March 22.
The Campaign Cabinet in-
cludes Jerry Feiler, Jeff Fellen,
Malcolm Feldman, Eli Field,
Arnold Goldstein, Abe Meister,
Henry Morgan, Sol Kurtz,
Charles Moses, Mort Orenstein,
David Peskin, Nathan Rakita,
Sam Sabin, Leonard Schiff, Leo
Sklar, Harry Swartzman and
Paul Segal.
From Irft ara B^ari, B^hrach, Women's Division director; J<
Raticoff and Ginny Hyde.
Morrison and AaAeyMeHne. Se.rel.Ud photo. W13
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar ofQrtm**r Hollywood
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Judge Stern To Chair
Hallandale Jewish Center
Judge Maxwell M. Stern will
once again chair the Hallandale
Jewish Center's efforts on behalf
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's annual United Jewish
Appeal-Federation campaign.
Judge Stem announced that
more than 500 people are ex-
pected to attend the Jewish
Center's breakfast on Sunday,
Jan. 10 at 9:30 a.m.
At that time, Edwin Ginsburg,
a dedicated and untiring worker
on behalf of the Hallandale
Jewish Center, will be honored.
The breakfast will be held at
the Hallandale Jewish Center,
416 N.E. 8th Ave., Hallandale.
Judge Maxwell M. Stern
Golden Surf Women's Division
Supports UJA-Federation Campaign
eration's United Jewish Appeal-
Federation campaign.
Hostesses include Ruth Are-
hen, Isabel Baker, Lillian Brasch,
Jean Cayne, Ethel Cohn, Estelle
Deutsch, Minetta Friedland,
Rhoda Grinberg, Bea Kassin,
Helen Koren, Ceil Levine, Lillian
Levin, Rose Lubin, Martha Pren-
ner, Mary Stander, Ruth Seiden-
berg and Annabelle Weissberg.
Golden Surf Women's Division
of the Jewish Federation of South
Breward will hold a Mini Brunch
on Thursday, Jan. 14 at 10:30
a.m. in the Card Room, explained
Freda Rosen and Minna Winner.
coordinators.
At that time. Golden Surf
Women's Division will have the
opportunity to make their fin
nancial commitment to the Fed
Metro/Beach Bus Tour
The date for the Metro-Beach
Bus Tour is Wednesday, Jan. 13.
The Bus Tour will visit the
Miami Jewish Home and Hospi-
tal for the Aged at Douglas Gar-
dens, 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-
Quadomain to Hold
Spanish-Speaking
Event
Quadomain will hold an educa-
tional event for Spanish-speaking
people on Saturday, Jan. 23 from
5 to 7 p.m. The event will be held
on behalf of the Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward.
Please call the Federation's Hi-
Rise Division with names and ad-
dresses of Spanish-speaking
people in the area.
paign, are spent locally. Profes-
sionals from each agency will
meet with the Bus Tour partici-
pants on this educational and en-
lightening da v.
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
located at 3505 S. Ocean Dr. The
S4 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,
Rhea Kreiger, Bea Mogilowitz.
Ellen Siegel. Shirley Silberberg.
Lee Schatzberg. Nellie Shanler.
Fannie Schifrin. Susan Singer,
Doris Tolpen: Margarita Terkiel.
Selma Vogel. Jackie Wheeler and
Lila Zedeck.
Anyone interested in joining
the Bus Tour should call Lisa
Greene at the Jewish Federation
of South Broward.
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Galahad South
Women's Division
Luncheon Jan. 28
Galahad South Women's Divi-
sion of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward is finalizing plans
for its sixth annual Luncheon, set
for Thursday, Jan. 28.
The $100 minimum luncheon
being held on behalf of the 1962
UJA-Federation Campaign, will
be held at Valle's Restaurant, ex-
plained Ida Rakoff, chairwoman.
Mrs. Rakoff s co-chairwomen,
Ida Gordon and Mildred Gratz,
said they expect a large turnout
at the annual event.
Galahad South residents are
asked to make note of the date,
Thursday, Jan. 28. as the invita-
tion was incorrect, Mrs. Rakoff
CRC Middle East Sym
The Middle East Task Force of
the Community Relations Com-
mittee of the Jewish Federation
of South Broward is sponsoring a
Middle East Symposia during
January, February and March,
according to Norman Freedman,
chairman.
On Thursday, Jan. 21, Temple
Beth Shalom, 1400 N. 46th Ave.
will be the site of the first forum.
Guest speaker will be Henry
Siegman, executive director of
American Jewish Congress.
Professor Eugene Weiner,
chairman of the Political Science
Department of Haifa University,
will speak on Thursday, Feb. 18
at Temple In The Pines, 9730
Stirling Rd.
Yehoshua Trigor, Israeli Con-
sul General in Atlanta, will speak
on Sunday, March 14 at Temple
Sold, 5100 Sheridan St.
All three events will begin at
7:30 p.m.

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Guest speaker for the event
will be Danny Tadmore, an
extremely informative speaker
and talented entertainer.
Tadmore was born in Tel Aviv
at the time of the establishment
of the State of Israel.
Galahad South floor captains
include Gertrude Aein, Ruth At-
kins, Clara Baum, Bertha Ebner,
Ethel Endler, Lillian Epstein,
Gertrude Freilicher, Ernestine
Germain, Irene Holtzman, Susan
Hurwitz, Gertrude Jacobs, Gol-
die Kirwin, Goldie Kramer.
Also Jennie Lever, Hilda Lav
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ober25,1981
The Jewiah Ploridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
Pacesetter
Hosts Meet
Ifor the Jewiah Federa-
tuth Broward'a Paceset-
Dance met recently at
of Norman and Gerri
lent is aet for Sunday,
It Beth Torah Congrega-
_. nen are David and
hs and Jo Ann Katz.
tter hosts include Ron
Rosen, Steve and
I Benjamin, Herb and
Brizel, Saul and Susan
Fed and Joyce Newman,
[ Gail Spatz, Sheldon and
vrin, Philip Levin, Jerry
and Joan Raticoff, Sam and
Audrey Meline, Norman and Es-
ther Freedman, Israel and Jo-
sephine Budasoff, George and
Iria Crane, Bobbie Levin, Mi-
chale and Barbara Desky, Robert
and Renee Levinson, Murray and
LOa Zedeck, Fred and Sandi
Khani, Paul and Rochelle Koenig,
Gerard and Suzanne Gunzburger,
Rabbi Bennett Greenspon,
Robert and Marlene Heller, Ron
Manella, Robert and Diane
Blank, Leonard and Toby Lam-
bert, Norman and Nancy Atkin,
Vlel and Gloria Friedman, Joel
und Sally Weiss.
Mi are land J Gloria i Ann and Mel Friedman, Joan Raticoff, Sam Meline Katz, chairwoman.

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Ulpan Classes to Begin Winter Term
. are Audrey Meline, Rabbi Bennett Greenspon, Elaine Pittell
ildon Levin, M.D.
"Shalom." The Hebrew word
for peace has become known
throughout the world.
But shalom" is only the be-
ginning. Now every adult in the
Miami community has the oppor-
tunity to learn to speak Hebrew
by the innovative method de-
veloped in Israel for teaching new
immigrants.
The Central Agency for Jewish
Education of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation has an-
nounced that Hebrew community
Singles Feature Segall
The Independent Singles of
Temple Solel (ages 30-56) has in-
vited Martin M. Segall, director
of the Hypnosis Consultation
Center and consultant in hyp-
nosis to the medical, dental and
legal professions to be the
speaker at the Jan. 14 meeting at
8 p.m. at Temple Solel, 5100
Sheridan Street, Hollywood.
Admission is $3. A social hour
with refreshments will follow the
speaker. The Independent Sin-
gles group meets monthly at the
Temple and also schedules other
social events. For further infor-
mation, call 987-4707.
HIAS, the Hebrew Immi-
grant Aid Society, is seeking
to locate Jews who lived in
the city of Zaporozhe (Zap-
orozhye), Ukraine, during
the period 1941-1944, about a
matter of utmost impor-
tance. Please call or write Jo-
seph Edelman of HIAS
about this matter. The ad-
dress is 200 Park Avenue
South, New York, N.Y.
10003; the telephone is (212)
674-6800.
Ulpan classes will begin through-
out Greater Miami the week of
Jan 4.
The seven week winter term
will be held twice a week in two-
hour sessions, and is being of-
fered at locations in Miami
Beach, North Dade and South
Dade.
Baaed on linguistics and scien-
tifically planned, its methods
have been used worldwide for
teaching other languages. Ulpan
instructors are specially trained
in the technique, which combines
speaking and reading with such
cultural elements as a Tu
B'she vat celebration dance and
song.
In the North Dade area, classes
are scheduled at the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewiah Community cen-
ter on Monday and Wednesday
mornings from 9:30 11:30 a.m.
for beginners-intermediates and
advanced; and Monday and
Wednesday evenings from 7:30
9:30 p.m. for beginners-inter-
media tea and advanced.
Registration will take plaqfeaj
the first class sessions.
Ulpan classes are sponsored^!
the Central Agency for Jewiah
Education of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the American
Zionist Federation, the American
Zionist Federation, the Israel
Aliyah Center and the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of
the World Zionist Organization.
The Ulpan program is directed
by Abraham J. Gittelson, asso-
ciate director of the Central
Agency for Jewiah Education,
and is coordinated by Rabbi Nor-
man S. Lipson director of Adult
Educaton and Mr. Ben Millstein.
For further information, call 576-
4030.
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Friday, December 25, 1981
Volume 11
29 KISLEV 5742
Number 27
Intelligence No Surprise
The report that Israeli intelligence was largely
the source of U.S. information that the Libyans had
been plotting the assassination of President Reagan
and other top-level Administration officials should
come as no surprise.
Israeli intelligence has often been the source of
information about the Arabs passed onto other
Western governments. In fact, Israeli intelligence
has in the past shared intelligence data about Arab
governments or Arab movements even with the
Arabs themselves.
There was for example, the assassination plot
against President Sadat in 1974-75 that Israel's
supersleuths uncovered and passed on to officials in
Cairo a gesture that helped encourage ties bet-
ween the two countries and ultimately led to what is
popular called the "Sadat peace initiative."
Before that, Israeli intelligence figured in Jor-
dan's successful struggle in the early 70's against the
takeover efforts of the Palestine Liberation
Organization an example of a good turn to which
King Hussein responded with his usual ineptitude.
Although it is not yet confirmed, there is at least
some evidence that Israeli intelligence knew of the
last plot against President Sadat that took his life on
Oct. 6 information on which Sadat failed to act
with sufficient seriousness of intent to break it up be-
cause, by his own admission, he was by then deeply
involved in metaphyaicaltpanscendalism; he had
come to confuse historic immortality and his own
apparent charisma with what assassins can do to
alter political fortunes by outright murder.
We permit ourselves to muse on this now be-
cause of the media's tendency to make light of the
latest Israeli intelligence as inaccurate at best or
even a ploy at worst to soften American public
opinion to some subsequent Israeli military action of
its own against the Khadafy regime should it be
forthcoming.
If the Reagan Administration is using Libya as
a smokescreen to dim the American public's view of
its own unhappy political and economic cir-
cumstances these days, that is one thing. But to
suggest that the Khadafy threat is without sub-
stance because Israel's intelligence was without sub-
stance is quite another unacceptable and danger-
ous conclusion.
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, December 26,1961
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
PageS
Perceiving Time Relation
sense of fear among the 5,000
Jews that live there. Since the
Syrian government has imposed
a ban on Jewish emigration,
illegal attempts to flee have led to
harsh interrogation and im-
prisonment of those caught, and
of those suspected of assisting
escapes.
Iranian Jews are caught up in
the chaotic situation that has
existed since the revolution.
Thousands of Jews have already
left the county, but for those who
remain, the potential for harm
continues to be great from
avowed "anti-Zionist" elements
prevalent in the country. In the
aftermath of recent assassina-
tions and bombings, revolu-
tionary guards executed anyone
By ELAINE PASEKOFF PINES
'One of the things I cannot grasp 'time relation.' At an
when Jews were being done to death at Treblinka .***
I the overwhelming pfurality of human bSSfZ SE255
sh farms, five thousand miles away in New York, were sleeoinYar
kg or ... worrying about the dentist ... The two order! of
EtoWMM experience are so different their coexistence is so
ous a paradox that I puzzle over time." From SophieChoict
Villiam Styron.
he status of Jews living in
jus countries throughout the
id is very precarious. Jewish
_ iiinities in Nicaragua, Syria,
| Ethiopia are being beset by a
aber of problems ranging from
Crimination to persecution.
few people in the U.S. are
I that there is a Jewish com-
lity in Nicaragua. The situa-
for Jews there has de-
orated since the fall of the
noza regime. The present
eminent contains many indi-
uals of Arab descent. It ap-
hat these people are seek-
.etribution upon the Jewish
amunity for arms shipments
by Israel to the former
remment.
Syria, there is a growing
Community
Calendar
SUNDAY, JAN. 3
Der, Big Gifts Cocktail Party
|:30p.m.
TUESDAY, JAN. 5
erhood of Temple Sinai,
ilar Meeting, Book Review
J5st in America," 8 p.m. at
fcer Karp Hall, for mforma-
0, call 920-1577.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8
Omen's Division, Gene Green-
Big Course, 12 Noon at Jewish
deration of South Broward, for
ormation call 921-8810.
SUNDAY, JAN. 10
^llandale Jewish Center,
feakfast at 9:30 a.m.
TUESDAY, JAN. 12
Merest Big Gifts, Cocktail
rty at 5:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13
omen's Division Beach Bus
r.
THURSDAY, JAN. 14
[omen's Division Golden Surf
unch, 137 Golden Isles Drive
SATURDAY, JAN. 16
omrai Dinner and Dance at
thTorahat7:15p.m.
uper Sunday II, 8:30 a.m. to 9
... at The Jewish Federation of
Duth Broward.
JemDle Sinai Sisterhood: White
Ilephant Sale, All Day Sunday
1201 Johnson Street, for infor-
ation call Isabelle Valgel at 920-
677.
SATURDAY, JAN. 23
[oung Adult Division: Social at
Emerald Hills Country Club at 8
Lm.
luadomain Spanish event at 5
fan.
SUNDAY, JAN. 24
temple Sinai: Samuel Sterner
hoir Concert A Night of Stars
|bng Festival, 7:30 p.m. at 1201
Johnson St., for information call
eO-1577.
MONDAY, JAN. 26
Women's Division, Hillcrert:
Luncheon, 12 Noon at Hillcrest.
Jlollydale Chapter of Ameriean-
lewiah Congregation: Edna
Varsoe speaking on issues of
n flat ion, health care and special
nterests, 12 Noon at Galahad S.,
Dl S. Ocean Dr. for information
1 454-7254 J. Spevack.
TUESDAY, JAN. 26
temple Sinai Sisterhood: Torah
Fund Luncheon, 12 Noon at
"aber Karp Hall, for information
1920-1677.
THURSDAY, JAN. 28
Division: Galahad
Luncheon, 11 a.m. at Valls's
e, 1000 E. Hallandale
Blvd.
they thought to have been in-
volved. Among those so executed
were two Jews.
In Ethiopia, Falasha Jews live
at a level of poverty unusual even
for that impoverished African
country. About 85 percent of the
Jewish population lives in
Gondar province, where the mili-
tary governor has begun a cam-
paign against the Falashas. He
has closed down their schools and
prohibited them from attending
government schools. Hebrew
teachers and religious leaders are
constantly being harassed.
Hundreds are being arrested and
tortured.
Mobilizing world public
opinion is the only hope for the
Falashas, and for the Jews of
Nicaragua, Syria and Iran. Only
through extensive community
education and involvement
geared toward bringing the
plight of the persecuted Jewish
communities to the attention of
the world can their situation be
improved. And, as "time rela-
tion" has shown, their situation
affects us all.
Western Views and
Eastern Vision
Western Views and Eastern
visions, an exhibit organized by
the Smithsonian Institution
Traveling Exhibition Service,
will be on view at the Art and
Culture Center from Dec. 17,
through Feb. 28. The Exhibition
is made possible through a grant
from the Broward County
Tourist Develpment Council.
The exhibition draws on the
most significant photographs,
paintings, sculptures, drawings
and prints created by those
artists and photographers who
accompanied the first westward
exhibitions. These works, dating
from the middle to the end of the
19th century, illustrate the rapid
improvements in the technology
of painting and photography that
paralleled the country's own
magnificent growth. The photo-
graphs of T.H. O'SuUivan
Carleton Watkina and William
Henry Jackson are represented
as well as paintings by Albert
Bierstadt, Charles Russell,
Thomas Moran, Thomas Hill,
and sculptures by Frederic
Remington.
The exhibition was curated by
Eugene Ostroff of the Smith-
sonian with the cooperation of
the U.S. Geological Survey. The
Exhibition has been augmented
by loans from the Fort Lauder-
dale Museum of Art, the Lowe
Art Museum, the Florida State
Museum and several private
collections in Florida. It will be of
interest to all age groups, as well
as historians, photographers and
lovers of the great American
West.
Gallery hours are Tuea.
through Sat. 10-4, Sunday, 1-4.
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f!S^hridianandSho^r of Greater Hollywood
General Assembly Convention Held in St. Louis
It is difficult in the form of an
article to report about the pro-
ceedings of a convention that
lasted five full days. I will try to
be concise and mention some of
the highlights of this annual con-
vention of the Federations of the
United States and Canada.
The convention opened in a
festive mood, celebrating the
beginning of the 50th year of the
Federation activites. A half a
century ago, the federated drives
began with 29 Jewish com-
munities. Today there are 200
Federations, welfare funds and
community councils which serve
800 communities and embrace 95
percent of the Jewish population
of North America.
In the light of this growth, the
convention's discussions cen-
tered around four basic prob-
lems: (1) Fund-raising. It was
projected that within the next
three years the annual budget of
the Federations with its endow-
ment funds should reach
1,000,000,000. (2) The Israeli-
Arab problem in the post
AWACS decision. Dr. Yaakov
Herzog, the former Israeli Am-
bassador to the United Nations,
leading an impartial delegation to
the United States expressing Is-
rael's united front to the leaden
of the American government, the
rejection of the eight point Saudi
Rabbi Dr. Carl Klein
Arabian formula as the basis of
IsraeliArab discussions, led
the discussion at an open plenary
session on this subject. (3) The
problem of the demographic
diminution of the Jewish people.
(4) The need of establishing a
close relationship between Fed-
erations and Synagogues in the
communities of America and
Canada. Much time was spent on
the problem of the Reagan policy
by cutting the federal budget in
support of the social needs of the
elderly, the young, and the
minorities. These budget cuts
will necessitate a much longer in-
volvement of the Jewish com-
munities in order to alleviate
thisocial needs.
Very impressive was the
Saturday night plenary session
when Dr. Abraham Harman,
president of the University of
Jerusalem, spoke about Israel's
commitment to a vital and strong
diaspora and a much closer co-
operation in the educational field
between Israel and the United
States, the frequent visits of
American Jews should take to Is-
rael and the need for a larger
immigration on the part of the
American Jewry to Israel.
Besides the plenary sessions,
study meetings were held on the
problems of the Jewish youth,
assimilation, anti-Semitism, the
single family syndrome, the
integration of Jewish family life,
mixed marriages and cults. All of
these modem ailments are apt to
hurt the continuity of Jewish life.
No leas importance was given
to the intergration into American
Jewish life of the new arrivals
from Iran, Russian and Israel
who have come to the United
States.
In the final analysis, the con-
vention closed with a sense of
unity of the entire Jewish people
and cemented the ties between
the Jewish communities by
learning from one another in
solving problems here and abroad
and in making the Federation as
the unified voice ot the Jewish
communities of America and
Canada.
To me, personally, it was an
experience never to be forgotten
.Friday.,
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Students to Discuss JewiJ
Problems on Camp
"Your Jewish Identity on
Campus, Have You Found It or
Lost It?" will be the topic of dis-
cussion as college and high school
students meet during the winter
vacation at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center of South Broward,
2838 Hollywood Boulevard. This
meeting will be held on Tuesday,
Dec. 29 at 7:30 p.m.
The "rap session" will be led
by students of local and out-of-
town colleges and universities.
Some of the issues to be raised
are: What's happening to the
Jewish population on campus?
How does one main tain positive
sense of identification aa a Jew on
campus? Do cults or missionaries
influence Jewish college or high
U8
school students? t, l
evidence of anti-SunitilL lN
campus? ntlbemttn1j
the Jewish SSSjgi
Committee of the Jewi-Vsl
Jewi.h ?Uth *~*A
will be served. R.S.VP L
hng Sherri Klinghoffc'2
Jewish Communitv rw_
South Broward, gil^sfT^'
The ubcommittesoniuj
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Meral Ehrenstn and Q,
Handleman. Rabbi Harold.
tr is staff-coordinator d,
aubcommittee.
1
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and wholesome goodness of
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and Sunsweet* Prunes.
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nber 25,1981
TheJewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater HoUywood
Page?
Uttl I II M II I
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by I 11 < ll< 1111 |v
jsiasm is the essence of
iication Committee of the
Jroward County Medical
i. This group of dynamic
is concerned with our
s education and welfare.
Uy, vital areas have been
at the innovative "Total
seminars. During the past
Years outstanding leader-
as been contributed by
wives such as Selma
Tobene Rosenthal, Rae
I, Alta Orringer.
[year the topic for study is
png Up in a Violent Ameri-
A Child's Perspective."
speaker will be Robert
I.D., Harvard University.
Bor of Psychiatry and a
r Prize Winner. Heading
|arch 9 program at Turn-
Isle Country Club are
|en Jill Edison and Carrie
. Diane Bergheim and
Baren are handling
for the seminar that is
i a sellout.
planning meeting held at
lovely home of Merle
ider was attended by co-
ting County school ad-
fcrator, Hollywood City
ills, and auxiliary members,
iissioner Nikki Grossman
layor David Keating ex
bd interest and a need for
[unity involvement. Among
(ty auxiliary hostesses are
Krani. Susan Singer, Sue
Merger, Eleanor Goldberg,
Wise, Joan Estereon,
Gotkin and Kathy
kid. It looks like another
\ event for this prestigious
cidentally, the medical
lary Ls to be commended for
I cooperative contributions
|the Broward County School
for the obtainment of a
ftiment grant to establish a
1 Child Center in our area.
Diplomat Hotel Ballroom
filled with music and
tonable women enjoying the
Vacular Bonwit Teller
kion Show and Luncheon
|efiting the Hollywood
llarship Foundation. Carole
Us President, Nancy Atkin
president, Harriet Blitz,
tli Sorin, Phyllis Minden,
bi Galvin, Norma Horovitz,
fee Geronemus, and Martha
lecter are part of a hard
Iking committee obtaining
lolarships for deserving
dents. Among those on hand
ving the latest fashions were
tzi Mann, Lorraine Greene,
ry Gottlieb, Ann Lane,
talie Bluth, Disa Anhalt.
Elayne Rubin, Sara Gordon.
Marilyn Kaplan commented,
"Now we know what styles to
look for in Loehmann's."
Maze I To v to Julie and Cantor
Yehuda Heilbraun. Daughter,
Naomi has become engaged to
Richard Fisk of Naples, Florida.
Naomi and Richard met in Santa
Fe, New Mexico at the Academy
of National Health where she is
studying to become a nutrition-
ist, and he is earning his Ph.D. A
June wedding is planned. For
many years Cantor Heilbraun
has provided inspiration to many
families in our community. Our
three boys will always be
"shnooks" (an affectionate term
for his Bar Mitzvah Students).
Congratulations to Dr. Steven
and Judy Greenberg on the Bat
Mitzvah of daughter Rachel.
Dr. David Stone has been
elected to the Board of Trustees
of the American Podiatry Asso-
ciation. David and wife, Shelly
attended the meeting in San
Francisco.
It's a boy! Mazel Tov to Ed and
Marilyn Kaplan on the birth of
their first grandchild, David
Joseph. Happy parents are Dr.
Phil and Raisy Kaplan who are
living in Miami Beach while Phil
is associated with Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital as a dental intern. Ed and
Marilyn hosted the bris attended
by friends, loving relations, and
even five rabbis Rabbi
Malavsky, Rabbi Davis, Rabbi
Richter, Rabbi Lehrfield, and
Rabbi Shapiro (from Mt. Sinai
Hospital).Joyful singing, a
delicious buffet, and smiling
faces highlighted the simcha.
Attending the happy event were
Phil's sister Suzi, friends
Charlotte Brodie, Laura Siegel,
Selma Hopen, Marcie Levin,
JoAnn Katz, Benita Schwartz,
Jill Hunter, Judy Fields.
Interior designer Janet Gable
has received the Medalist Award
from the South Florida Chapter
of the American Society of In-
terior Designers. The Medalist
Award is the highest honor a
chapter can bestow upon a mem-
ber. Janet, a residential and com-
mercial designer, has been Chair-
man of Admissions and served as
an AS ID board member since
1979. Her award winning 200
page addendum to the ASID
membership Manual was adopted
nationally. Other honors include
a chapter and regional design
honor award for outstanding
residential design in 1978 and a
Presidential Citation in 1979.
A happy family reunion
marked the surprise 75th birth-
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day celebration of Irving Blu-
rnenthaJ of Beverly Hills Condoa.
Son and daughter-in-law Dr. Fred
and Evie Blumenthal had made
all the plans. They invited Irving,
wife Evelyn, and Fred's brother
Mannie for Thanksgiving dinner.
To Irving's surprise his son Gabe
with wife Suae, who live out of
town and all the grandchildren
were there. Grandson Steven,
interning with Congressman Clay
Shaw in Washington, D.C., and
granddaughters Debbi, a
sophomore at Nova High and
Mindy, recently chosen for Blue
Key (the honorary leadership
society) at University of Florida
all shared the family party.
Laurie Engelberg celebrated
her 16th birthday by taking her
friends on a mysterious bus ride.
The trip ended at the ZBT
Fraternity House at the Univer-
sity of Miami. Alan Schneider
and Chuck Winick planned the
music for dancing. Enjoying the
fun were Marcie Feinstein, Julia
Barron, Elliot Kesaler, Debbie
Glasser, Suzie Meister. Also
Steven Singer, Jill Morris,
Steven Berman, Amanda Leib,
Debbie Kowitt. A clever preppy
theme was carried out in Laurie's
birthday cake shaped like a shirt
with a button down collar all
in pink and green. Along for the
ride (or being taken for a ride)
were Laurie's parents Morris and
Stephanie Engelberg and sister
Nancy.
Bernard Friedman, son of Dr.
Charles and Sandy Friedman
hosted the Hubert H. Humphrey
Leadership Conference with over
325 delegates from 33 states. The
Conference was jointly sponsored
by the College Democrats of
America, of which Bernie serves
as President, and by the Demo-
cratic National Committee. The
students took part in workshops,
campaign organization seminars.
and heard from political leaders.
Bernie has testified before the
DNC Hunt Commission in Dele-
gate Selection. He also has been
on the Larry King Radio Show
debating the President of College
Republicans, and has appeared
on the Good Morning America
TV Show.
Residents of the Hillcrest community have dedicated themaelvea to
the 1981-82 State of Israel Bonds campaign and have held a planning
session to discuss the annual Hillcrest Israel Bonds Tribute Dinner to
be held early next year. Discussing the Tribute Dinner which will
honor Vicki Raymond, wife of Israel Bonds Campaign Chairman Joe
Raymond, are from left, Harvey Fell, Hillcrest co-chairman.
Raymond, Tom Cohen, co-chairman, William Rabins, co-chairman,
and Milton M. Winograd, Hillcrest Israel Bonds chairman.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Prid,
y,i
Community Day
Gertrude Stencel. left, is greeted by Candy Ladies Lee Schatzberg.
hdna Jacobs, Leah Frankle and Rose Blonder as she enters the
Diplomat Convention Center to attend Community Day.
Community Day was a huge/
success! Delia Rosenberg, chair-1
women, said 1.240 women at-
tended the event, which was held
on Wednesday, Dec. 2 at the
Diplomat Convention CenUr.
Mrs. Rosenberg greeted the
women, who then joined Helen
Cohan, accompanied by Shelley
Mandelbaum, in the Star
Spangled Banner and Hatikvah.
Mrs. Rosenberg discussed the
rise of anti-Semitism and the im-
portant link between South
Broward and Israel.
Following the multi-media
presentation "Together We
Grow," Nancy Brizel. vice presi-
dent, campaign, talked about
local needs.
The morning speaker. Susan
Dworkin dealt with the idea that
women now have larger roles in
decision-making. Ms. Dworkin
feels women should no longer re-
main in the background.
Virginia Graham, keynote
speaker, discussed women's re-
sponsibilities to the Jewish com-
mitment. She urged the women
to stand up and be counted.
$J*
Seated from left are Tena Solomon, __
and Rhea Lerner. Standing from left are AibSS!1i5S
Frances Ehrllch and Matilda Kimelblot BI,do". B,j
*
Seated from left are Micky Garber, Sandy Kasuan.
man
Miller.
Wolf and Shane Wolf.
Marilvn |
and Linda Winn. Standing from left are Muriel Pickard
;r, Fran Caesar, Sandra Leib, Gertrude Lieb. Sophie Lieb
Seated from left are Ina Linda. Goldie Levine. Sara Reshefsky and
Brenda Greenman. Standing from left are Sondra Reiff. Susan Holtz-
man Thomas. Josephine Budasoff and Gloria Friedman.
Seated from left are Arlene Ray. vice president. Leadership Develop-
ment; Nancy Bri/i'l. vice president. Campaign. Virginia(iruham,key-
note speaker: and Bobbie Levin, president. Standing from left are
Rabbi Harold Richter. Federation chaplain; Esther Gordon. Reserva-
tions chairwoman :(Jert Kronovet, Reservations co-chairwoman; Lisa
Greene, assistant Women's Division director; Hannah Schorr, Invita-
tions chairwoman: Helen Cohan. Publicity co-chairwoman: and Bea
Mogilowitz, Invitations chairwoman. Not pictured is Dina Kaye,
Hostess chairwoman.
Seated from left are Delia Rosenberg, chairwoman; Susan Dworkin
.on, and Audrey Mel.ne. vice president. In-Service. Standing from
*. D*r.ti6ns chairwoman; MarUyn N^um
Decorauonschwrwoman; Robert S. Pittell. M.D., president Sis
5'SaiSSTK SumnW *** ^tivePdireTor'; H
Beverly Bachrach. Women's Division director.
- Spalter. Esther Cohen and Joan Caka I
Standing from left are Sabina Mager, Gerri Morrison. MM,
Schachter, Yoheved Shechter and Esther Cohan.
Seated from left are Adele Daniels, Marlene Berlin and Inna Nove
Standing from left are Lisa Black, Selma Fox, Rons Heiden and
Blanche Tannenbaum.
Seated from left are Joan Rood. Beatrice Myers, Edith Silver. Rebecca
H^tzman and Harriet Friedberg. Standing from left are Olga Wotfin,
Ida Levy, FredaBerman. Edna Goldstein and Florence PopowiU
Seated from left are Maxine Dubin, Merle Orlove, Cynthia Baron and
Seena Jaeger. Standing from left are Ronni Shelley, Barbara Apter
Rhoda Donner. Phyllis Cohen, Naomi Prever and Gertrude Market.
Seated from left m SybU Bhimenthal, BeUe Schlanger. Bea Karf-J
Miriam Brecher. Standing from left are Adele Rush. Gertrude Ma**
h>na Rilkin, R*aJie Kassoff and Carol Garber.


December 26,1981
The Jewish Foridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
mt No More
Soviet Jewry Update
SKY SENTENCED TO'
JYEARS
VRKOV Emigration
t Activist Alekaandr
isky was
heed to three years in a
camp- The punishment
,_J in a Kharkov court last
|is the maximum sentence
he charge Paritaky faced
king the Soviet state.
Ktsky's trial began Nov. 11.
Las not permitted to have
ounsel and served as attor-
his own defense. Parit-
foriginal lawyer, believed to
(GB agent by Paritsky and
ife, Polina, was relieved
handling the case.
titsky's conviction stems
[his Aug. 28 arrest, which
[red a KGB raid and search
apartment. The target of
harassment since he first
td to emigrate to Israel in
t he was active in Kharkov s
enik community and in-
nental in organizing the
ficial Kharkov Jewish Uni-
ty, which offered seminars
Jewish culture, history and
Hebrew language.
| October, Polina, was threat-
with arrest by the KGB
campaigning on behalf of
husband. She, too, was
jtened on the grounds that
had defamed the state'for
Ving a written appeal to
mists and women all over the
requesting help for her
_and. The appeal, in letter
is, was confiscated by the
applied to emigrate in 1973, but
were refused. To facilitate their
emigration to Israel, Vainshtein
secured a formal divorce from his
wife in 1977. His wife, Klara, and
daughter, Rozalia, were then per-
mitted to leave the USSR, but he
remains in Kishinev and con-
tinues to pursue acquisition of a
visa.
Former Leningrad medical
student Mikhail Salman has been
labeled unfit for Soviet military
service by the Soviet authorities.
The rejection follows Salman's
previous refusal to accept his
conscription papers on the
grounds that he was no longer a
1 Soviet citizen (see Press Service,
Oct. 23,1981).
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IOSCOW Long-time emi-
|ion activist Natasha Kha-
in an urgent message
yt' lice on Soviet Jewry, detailed
traumas her family and
suffer as Jews in their
st to emigrate to Israel.
lie wife of professor and He-
teacher Gennady Khasin,
is currently the target of
ere KGB threats and interro-
ons and has fallen prey to the
ses levied against Hebrew
fehers and their families (see
}s Service, Nov. 13,1981).
aong the attacks on Khasina
a mid-October raid on her
uw home in which countless
sessions of value, belonging
[all family members, were
1 by the KGB.
ISONER UPDATE?
Activist Evgeny Lein is sched-
to arrive in Achinsk, in
snoyarsk, nearly 200 miles
th of his current location in
lean, this week. His wife,
a, will join him for an under-
lined neriod of time as he
kinues serving his sentence of
I years of compulsory labor for
gedly "resisting a representa-
of authority" (see Prtss
vice, Aug. 28,1981).
FUSENK UPDATE?
likhail Taratuta, son of Len-
refusenik-activiets Aba
Ida Taratuta, began his
riet military service Nov. 17.
oe KGB again threatened
scow refusenik Roman Tes-
Bnetsky with arrest and or-
1 him to cease his emiirration
Jrvities (see Press Semjict, Nov.
1981). Agents demanded that
| cease his efforts toward collec-
signaturos on letter he is
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iisenik Leonid Vainshtein was
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Joyce Newman, immediate
past president of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
spoke to the group of 50 metro-
politan women on "Passages
Where do we go from here?" The
crowd listened intently, as they
had at the last six meetings of the
Women's Division Jewish
Awareness Seminar.
Mrs. Newman spoke about
women's Jewish involvement.
The group had heard Marilyn
Tallman discuss "Baggage An
experiential exploration of
Jewish attitudes and practices we
have inherited." Abraham J.
Cittleson discuss "Israel.' Rabbi
Robert Frazin discuss
"Parenting." Meral Khrenstein
discuss "Currents A con-
temporary account of the
situation of World Jewry." Gene
(ireenzweig discuss "Jewish
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and Helen Fagin. Ph.D discuss
"Anti-Semitism."
The purpose of the Jewish
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broaden the awareness of issues
affecting Jewish women's lives
The sessions answered questions
and enlightened their position as
Jewish women. concerned
citizens and responsible parents
in today's contemporary society
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Jewish Family
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^^^hFloridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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BIAS to Work With Agency to Increase Emigration
\VII> SACHS, DDS
.nting a column about
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; the very beginning and
JFS. It is a non-profit
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engthen sound family life
ommunity and to prevent
and family breakdown.
kes special pride in its sen-
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Jnseling service that JFS
3, a sampling of the situa-
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>w.
S. feels that people don't
and that her husband
ft understand what I
feed from him." According
physician, her periodic
[hi-udaches are not organ
ased, but related to stress.
she finds herself waking
ly mornings, feeling
I and not knowing why.
U .. a high school junior,
eceived several failing
| for the first time this past
er. He has seemed "out of
|the last several weeks. The
has observed him going
with students who have
jivolved in heavy drinking.
approached by school
nel, David was quite
le and remained uncommu-
re. The school has recom-
to David's parent that
ly be explored.
rl F. at 78 is saying that it
I have been better if she had
jur years ago, before her
I began to fail and her arth-
jiade walking difficult. She
lit extremely hard to deal
Base changes in her body,
very frightened about the
! di'Mt hs of two close friends.
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these people? JFS starts off with
the premise that most individuals
and families requesting help are
like you and me. They are people
who have normal capabilities but,
at times, need a hand in getting
through some especially difficult
periods. What a counseling
service such as JFS does is to
provide a caring, nonblaming and
supportive environment where
people can obtain some perspec-
tive on their lives.
At JFS, a professionally
trained staff of counselors works
to find effective alternatives and
a measure of resolution to painful
conflict. What is crucial in this, is
that people are helped to recog-
nize and develop their own
strengths as well as those of their
families and communities.
In future Floridians, we will be
writing about different aspects of
Jewish Family Services and its
relationships to the Jewish com-
munity.
In response to a personal ap-
peal from Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin, HIAS the
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
- today agreed to cooperate on a
trial basis with a Jewish Agency
plan for the handling of Soviet
Jews arriving in Vienna. HIAS is
supported in part by the Jewish
Federation of South Browards
United Jewish Appeal-Federa-
tion Campaign.
The plan, under which HIAS
will assist Soviet Jewish
emigrants only if they have first
degree relatives in the U.S. or
other Western countries, was in-
troduced by the Jewish Agency
last August.
HIAS participation, some
terms of which are still to be
negotiated, was approved by its
board of directors and was an-
nounced by Edwin Shapiro, the
organization's president.
Shapiro said HIAS would test
the plan for a three month period
starting around Jan. 1 "in the
hope that it will result in a
heavier flow of Jews from the So-
viet Union." He noted that only
1,136 Jews had left the USSR
during the past three months,
the lowest number in the last 10
years.
"At the end of three months,"
Shapiro said, "the results will be
evaluated and a determination
made about continuing the new
policy."
Shapiro disclosed that he and
HIAS Executive Vice President
Leonard Seidenman has met with
Prime Minister Begin in
Jerusalem on Nov. 22. At that
meeting, the Israeli leader ap-
pealed to the organization to try
out the plan.
Under a long-standing ar-
rangement between the Jewish
Agency and HIAS, Jewish refu-
gees arriving in Vienna from the
Soviet Union have been met by
Jewish Agency workers and
urged to continue on to Israel.
Until last August, if they
declined to do so, the Jewish
Agency referred them to HIAS,
which provided assistance in
emigrating to lands other than
Israel.
In August, however, the Jew-
ish Agency unilaterally an-
nounced it would no longer refer
to HIAS those Soviet Jews who
on their arrival in Vienna chose
not to go to Israel. The only ex-
ceptions were those who had
spouses, parents or children in
the U.S.
HIAS responded at that time
that it was "not prepared to
refuse its services to Soviet
Jewish emigrants who have not
been specifically referred by the
Jewish Agency." Since August,
HIAS has been assisting such
emigrants who have sought its
help on their own initiative.
Under the trial plan, it is ex-
pected that Soviet Jews who do
not wish to go to Israel will seek
the help of other refugee and re-
settlement organizations, both
Jewish and non-Jewish. Funds
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From left are Vicki Raymond. Saul Singer. M.D.. Jewish Federation of
South Broward campaign chairman: and Sanmer Kaye. executive
director.
From left are Joe Bloom. Robert Pittell. M.D. and Sander Vanocur.
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ember 26,1961

// Missions Reunion
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Oretaer Hollywood
Page 13
National Hadassah Leader to Moderate Seminar
Rose Goldman, chairman of
Zionist Affairs for National
Hadassah, the American organi-
zation of 370,000 members, will
be the guest speaker at a Zionist
Seminar, on Monday, Jan. 11,
sponsored by the Florida Mid-
Coast Region of Hadassah.
Scheduled to start at 10 a.m. at
the Jewish Community Center,
6501 West Sunrise Blvd., Planta-
tion, the meeting moderated by
Goldman, will offer a frank dis-
cussion of the latest develop-
ments in Israel and the Middle
East.
Goldman speaks with author-
ity, having been a delegate to a
number of World Zionist Con-
gresses. At the 29th World
Zionist Congress held in Jerusa-
lem in February of 1978, she was
elected Hadassah Deputy to the
Zionist General Council of the
World Zionist Organization. In
August 1981, she represented
Hadassah at the meetings of the
Zionist General Council and the
Jewish Agency Assembly in Je-
rusalem.
The local region, one of 35
throughout the United States,
includes all of Broward County.
Its president, Josephine New-
man, will welcome the guests at
the seminar. Esther Cannon,
Region Zionist Affairs officer,
will chair the meeting.
For early arrivals, coffee will be
served starting at 9:30 a.m.
Ift are Robert Pittell, M.D., president; Sumner Kaye, executive
[; Elaine Pittell, Saul Singer, M.D., campaign chairman; and
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday
Malavsky to Lead Trip to Israel
Dr. Morton Malavsky an-
nounces a fabulous summer tour
departing June 15. 1982, for
Israel
For 12 years. Dr. Malavsky
has led tours successfully to
Israel and throughout the world.
His groups to Israel have become
a by-word in the So. Florida com-
munity.
The 1982 tour, as usual, which
will include couples, singles, fam-
ilies, and children, promises to be
outstanding. The finest hotels in
Jwael are used, the 1
sive sights(*in """tJ
Residents of Malaga Women's Division gathered recently at an Edu-
cational Coffee to make plans for their efforts on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's 1982 United Jewish Appeal Federation
campaign. Seated from left are Helen Fromm. Billie Hyman and
Annetta Israel. Standing from left are Jean Roskind. Anna Jacobson.
Sara Lutzker. Edith Biske and Ida Guttman.
Seated from left are Joyce Newman, who presented the Road Show;
Mollie Silver, area coordinator; and Jean Lander, hostess. Standing
from left are Evelyn Stieber, Beach chairwoman. Millie Furman. Dora
Ploshnick, C.ert Scisorek. area coordinator; and Nancy Brizel. vice
president. Campaign.
AtrLmes.
We want to wish you a joyous holiday.
And we hope we can help bring families
together for the Festival of Lights. Delta is
ready when you are with flights to over 90
cities every day of the Hanukkah season.
Happy Hanukkah!
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sber25,1961
ew Literacy Campaign
at Temple Sinai
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
Sinai, Hollywood, is
I announce that regis-
|the Hebrew Literacy
vhich was so success-
, is currently taking
Temple, 1201 John-
hyone who wishes to
W in 12 two-hour ses-
fapply by calling 920-
3ns are offered each
> day.
elman, chairman, He-
kraCy Campaign, ia
inounce that the suc-
ibrew Literacy Cam-
Jucted last year will
(n on Jan. 3, 1962.
students completed
| last year, and a large
is expected again
ia advanced class for
[participated last year
Ired which will lead to
Bion of the Hebrew
kk that is a sequel to
Hes of classes.
co-chairman of the
|Literacy Campaign,
hat there will be ap-
15 classes offered
[for 12 weeks, teaching
ding to the entire
membership of the congregation
and the community at large. At
the end of the 12 weeks, the
group will be able to conduct the
entire Friday evening service.
Each student will take a single
two-hour course per week.
Classes will be offered mornings,
afternoons, and evenings of the
week.
Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
spiritual leader of Temple Sinai,
announced that the advanced
course teaches comprehension of
18 select prayers of the Sabbath
morning services. It aims at in-
creasing reading fluency, under-
standing of the underlying ideas
of prayer, learning the rituals of
the prayer service and acquiring
a limited basic vocabulary of the
prayer book.
The volunteers teaching the
courses are: Avis Sachs, Esther
Gordon, Susan Singer, Jospeh
Kleiman, Ronni Simon, Paula
Platt, Roslyn Z. Seidel, Libby
Brooks, Nili Kimelman, Marvin
Segal, Selma Segal, Sandra Leib,
Irving Swade and Rabbi Sey-
mour Friedman.
itional Young Leadership
Conference March 14-16
tional Young Leader-
ence will be held from
El 6 at the Washington
el, Washington, D.C.
>-day program will
: analysis of foreign and
issues by veteran
[in and Middle East ob-
1% by members of Con-
I ranking White House
| Department officials
Presentations by rep-
of the Israeli gov-
experts in
The conference will include
panel discussions, workshops and
study sessions on issues of vital
concern to every member of the
American Jewish community.
Topics include Energy and the
World Picture, Soviet and South
American Jewry, Jews in Arab
lands and Ethiopia, U.S. Middle
East Policy, Strategic Impor-
tance of Israel, The Cost of Peace
with Egypt and Terrorism and
thePLO.
South Broward residents
interested in attending the
National Young Leadership
Conference should contact Susan
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Fridty.i
Lasensky Leaving
New Orleans Post
Gerald C. Lasensky has
tendered his resignation as
Executive Director of the Jewish
Federation of Greater New Orle-
ans. The resignation will be
effective August 1, 1982, upon
the completion of seven years of
service to the New Orleans
Federation. Lasensky stated that
his future plans will be an-
nounced at a later date.
"In accepting the resignation
Federation Board President
Joan Berenson, stated that Mr
Lasensky has been an important
part of Federation for the past six
years. She described him as being
"committed to the Federation, t<
New Orleans and to Judaism
The Federation owes Mr. Lasen
sky its thanks and appreciation
for the leadership he has brought.
We wish him well in his future
endeavors." She announced that
a committee will be appointed to
search for Lasensky s successor.
Lasensky, a native of Iowa,
came to the New Orleans
Federation in August 1975
having previously served as Ex-
ecutive Director of the
Federation in Winnipeg, Canada
Gerald Lasensky
and Assistant Executive Director
of the Atlanta Jewish Federation.
He received his Master of Social
Work Degree in Community Or-
ganization and Administration
from the University of Michigan,
and attended Post Graduate
Seminars at Hebrew University,
Jerusalem and the University of
Chicago. He is married to the
former Dorothy Jacob of
Chicago.
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University on
Wheels \
Greater Hollywood Chapter'
will be one of six Broward Chap-
ters of Brandeis University
National Women's Committee to
attend "University on Wheels,"
an annual event presented by
three professors from the Univer-
sity.
The topic this year will be
"Perspectives on the American
Dream," the date is Jan. 13, the
time is 10 a.m., and the place is
Bailey Hail, Broward Commu-
nity College, 3601 S.W. Davie
Rd. Participation $7.50.
It is suggested you bring a
brown bag lunch from home; cof-
fee will be available if you don't
bring along a thermos.
Jacob Cohen, professor of
American studies, will focus his
remarks on what he terms
"America: Future Tense." Law-
rence Pulley, assistant professor
in economics, will talk about
"Economic Conflicts in the 80s.''
Jonathan Woocher, assistant
professor to the Homstein
Program in Jewish Communal
Service, will lead the discussion
on "The Community of Paradox:
Challenges to American Jewry in
the80's."
This is a highlight of the year
for Brandeis Women, and is well
attended by both members and
the public. Men, of course, are
welcome. Tickets can be pur-
chased by calling Mrs. Rose Sch-
wartz at 454-6963.
Educator to Attend
Convention
The National Association of
Temple Educators will convene
their 27 th Annual Conference on
Friday, Dec. 25 in Denver.
Karen Kaminsky, educational
director of Temple Sold, Holly-
wood, will attend the Conference
representing Jewish Reform edu-
cators of South Florida.
Entitled "Spiritual and Profes-
sional Concerns for the 80's," the
Conference will draw together
over 100 Reform Jewish educa-
tors from both the United States
and Canada.
Fifteen workshops in areas of
professional concern will he
running throughout the five-dj v
Conference Areas such as ad-
ministration, curriculum
development, parent involve
ment, teacher training, to name a
few. will be coordinated by the
Program Committee.
Hardship Fund
The Conference on Jewish
Material Claims Against Ger-
many announced the extension of
the deadline for the filing of ap-
plications by Jewish victims of
Nazi persecution, who may be
eligible to receive grants from the
Claims Conference Hardship
Fund until Dec. 31, 1982. More
than fiHy million D.M. were paid
out already to eligible claimants.
The Hardship Fund is intended
primarily to handle applications
from such Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution who left Eastern Eu-
rope after 1966 when the deadline
for filing claims under the Ger-
man Indemnification laws ex-
pired. Other persecutes who
failed for very valid reasons to
file timely indemnification claims
in the past may also apply to the
Hardship Fund.
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Jecember 25,1981
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 17
Roger to Speak at Israel Bond Function
7
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; Rager
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\uadomain to
Salute to Israel
Juadomain condominium
; will hold a Salute to Is
hday, Jan. 10, at 10 a.m.
social hall. At that time,
Sadomain Israel Bonds
Itee will present the Israel
F Peace Award to Harry
Florence Kaplan. Public
Ins Chairman Milton Na-
lays the Kaplans are being
H for their long and dedi-
fervice to numerous Jewish
hropic organizations.
\w\\ guest at the function
Barry Farber, noted New
Iroadcaster and commenta-
te*::::*:::?::::::^
bgious Directory
NORTH BROWARD
: BETH ISRAEL 7100 W. Oak-
ark Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
i A. Labowitz Cantor Maurice
BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
[ Reform.
AC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
St Conservative. Rabbi Israel
jrman.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL 6920 SW 35th St.
ervative. Rabbi Paul Plotkln.
r Joseph Wichelewskl.
PEMBROKE PINES
BETH EMET. Pines Middle
oi 200 NW Douglas Rd.,
Reform. Rabbi Bennet
nspon.
IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
(Hollywood. Conservative. Rab-
nard P. Shoter.
PLANTATION
|ATION JEWISH CONGREGA-
400 S. Nob. Hill Rd. Rabbi
l J. Harr.
USTRUCTIONIST SYNA-
?UE.7473NW4thSt.
HALLANDALE
[iNDALE JEWISH CENTER 416
Ith Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob
tiger
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
I TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
Pi NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
likes.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM. 310 SW 62nd
Conservative. Rabbi Max
Oman.
BETH EL 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
listam Rabbi Ben Romer.
LE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
Conservative. Rabbi Morton
avsky. Cantor Irving Gold.
LEVI YTTZCHOK. OR-
w. Rabbi Raphael Ten
aus 1504 Wiley St.
LE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Con-
vative. Rabbi Seymour Friedman.
Emeritus David Shapiro.
ntor Robert Ungar.
"LE SOLEL 5100 Sheridan St.
Wywood, Fla 33021. Liberal
Rabbi Robert P. Frazln
'tor Michael Kyrr.
*G ISRAEL Of HOLLYWOOD-
LAUDERDALE. 3291 Stifling
Orthodox. Rabbi Edward
vis.
Yitzhack Rager, president of
the International Israel Bond Or-
ganization, will be the guest
speaker at a Prime Minister's
Club and Ambassador's Society
of Trustees reception on Jan. 9.
The reception is being given by
Hollywood resident Jack Saltz-
man in honor of his wife, Marge
at their home.
Rager has served the State of
Israel as a soldier, diplomat, and
journalist. He has fought in all of
Israel's wars, and he holds the
rank of Colonel in the Israel
Army Reserves. Before joining
Israel Bonds, Rager served as
General Counsel to the chairman
of the Jewish Agency in Israel for
three years, and he has also
served as a Consul to the Israeli
Embassy in London. As a
journalist, Rager s credits in-
clude stints as editor of the Na-
tional Hebrew daily Hayom, and
editor of the Israel Broadcasting
Authority Kol Israel.
Jewish Family Task
Force Meeting Called
A few months ago, a new com
mittee was started known as
"The Jewish Family Task)
Force." Its aim is to strengthen
Jewish family life in the 1980s.
This Jewish Family Task Force
met at the Jewish Federation of
South Broward on Thursday,
Dec. 17. Rabbi Robert Frazin is
chairman of that committee. Bar-
bara Rubin, from the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Broward presented a survey of
what are the present resources for
improving the quality of Jewish
Family Life in South Broward.
Rabbi Harol Richter, staff co-
ordinator of the Jewish Family
Task Force discussed some pro-
grams presented at the General
Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations on the work
of Jewish Family Task Forces in
the country. Plans were dis-
cussed for formulating programs
for improving the quality of
Jewish family life in the area
through the synagogues, the
Jewish Federation and its consti-
tuent organizations.
Temple Beth Shalom of Hollywood held its annual State of Israel
Bonds Tribute Dinner. This vear. the honoreee were Jack and Shirley
Herman who received Israel a City of Peace Award recognizing their
active participation in numerous Jewish philanthropic and service
organizations. The award was presented by Beth Shalom spiritual
leader Rabbi Morton Malavsky (center).
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Temple Sinai to Hold Night of Stars
A list of notables from New
York's mecca of Israeli and
Jewish entertainers will be
presented by Temple Sinai of
Hollywood on Sunday, Jan. 24,
at 7:30 p.m.
The program will feature the
Samuel Sterner Concert Choir
with the "Wonder Children" and
the "Operatic Voices" under
Maestro Sterner's personal direc-
tion. The musical direction will be
by composer-arranger Rose Ster-
ner.
Sherry Sterner
The roster of singing stars will
be headed by Sherry Sterner,
song stylist. Mimi Sloan. Yid-
dish-American singing per-
sonality, will also participate in
the program.
The liturgical portion of the
program will feature Fraydele
Oysher and Cantors Abraham
Fuchs and Robert linger.
Tickets for the concert may be
obtained by calling Temple Israel
of Hollywood.
Lfcy
Edith and Paul Frost (far right) were preoen...
Peace award at the Aquarius Condominium NlahTfcTV**'
Dec. I. The couple was honored for their contin 7*k
ured are (left to right)*
French, Co-Chairman Max Verebay, Edith Frost!T>anl IW
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Happy Chanukah
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Myles K. Krieger, M.D.
1131 N. 35th Avenue
961-8153
Happy Chanukah
We Wish All Our Friends
A Happy Chanukah
Dr. Stanley and Karen
Margulies
Robin Margulies
Morningstars Jewelers
2000 Hollywood Blvd.HOIIywood-923-2372
Happy Chanukah
Happy Chanukah
MR. AND MRS. NORMAN FREEDMAN
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2514 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood-920-9002
HapwChanukjii;
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2 North Federal Highway
Dania 922-2221
Happy Chanukah
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Of Hollywood
1859 Van Buren Street
1 Block South Of Hollywood Blvd.
Serving Broward for over 40years
Com plete 24-hour emergency room
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Folly Accredited
Happy Chanukah j
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Happy Chanukah
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To The Jewish Community
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Surgical Associates
2301 N. University Drive,
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Kravit Jewelers
Artl.ibman Walter 1
800 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Phone: 921-6360
Happy Chanukah
Happy Chanukah
Richard A. Barnett
2450 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood
921-0200
Swensen's
Ice Cream Factory
2477 East Sunriee Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale. Florida 33904
566-1847
Happy Chanukah
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Lakes
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Apartments
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aber26,1961

The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 19

We wish
Everyone a
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Page 20
The Jewish
'Fio~rid*n'~and Shofar of Greater Holly wood
Prida
y,i
when a customer
drives an hour
to shop Marsha Us
there must be
agoodreason
I ** I would tell you that Marshalls is a big
department store full of name brands, items at a discount price and the
selection and the quality of all the products you have here at Marshalls
are super... it's definitely worth an hour's drive to come! *f
Debbie Peterson
from our Orlando, Florida store
hard to believe... listen to what other smart Florida shoppers have to say.,
"Your everyday prices are
approximately the same as
the other stores on sale."
Stewart Sutherland
"I really don't think there's
any difference between the
quality here at Marshalls
and any other store... The
price Is Just lower."
Sara Trou>brtdge
"The prices for the name
brand clothes are really low
compared to the other name
brand stores In the area"
Fonda Linn
"Somebody has finally given
the consumer a break...
Name brand clothes for In-
expensive prices."
Bonna Whtttaker
"You can get name brand
dothes for less than wW
you pay elsewhere."
Barbara McMUUon
'Brand Names for Less I

SO. MIAMI: So. Dixie
Highway (US. l)at
intersection of 160th St..
adj. to Service
Merchandise
HIALEAH: 103 rd St.,
just east of Palmetto
Expressway, across
from Westland Mall. adj.
to Service Merchandise
HOLLYWOOD: Rt. 441
at intersection of
Pembroke Rd.. adj.
to Service Merchandise
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* Military Trail.
Drive at intersection of
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Commercial Blvd.
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