The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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

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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Hollywood, Florida Friday, January 22, 1982
f'mdSnochtl
Price 35 Cents
Record Attendance Expected At
High Rise Pacesetter Brunch
From left arc Hillcrest Chairwomen Hannah Adel, Dorothy Cher-
nuchin and Eleanor Lerner.
Hillcrest Women's Division
Luncheon Set For Jan. 25
Record attendance is expected
at the Annual High Rise Paceset-
ter Brunch on Sunday, Feb. 7,
1982.
The event is being held on be-
half of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward's United Jewish
Appeal-Federation Campaign,
according to Otto Stieber, chair-
man.
Guest speaker for the $1,000
minimum commitment event will
be Ruth Gruber, foreign corre-
spondent and authority on the
Middle East.
"In this our largest peacetime
campaign ever, the experiences
and deep commitment of every
Otto Stieber
1 community member is essential
to our success.
"Increased community partici-
pation in the 1982 Campaign is
crucial to meeting the human
needs of the Jewish people world-
wide.
"The performance of the South
Broward community in 1982 can
determine whether basic human
services and programs continue
at adequate levels or are cut
drastically, creating further eco-
nomic and social hardships for
our people in Israel and right here
at home. The effort to reach a re-
cord goal must begin with us,"
Stieber added.
Reservations are steadily com-
ing in for the Hillcrest Women's
Division 8th Annual Luncheon,
set for Monday, Jan. 25 at noon,
according to Hannah Adel,
Dorothy Chernuchin and Eleanor
Lerner, chairwomen.
Guest speaker will be Israel
Amitai, an expert in Mass Com-
munication. He is deeply im-
mersed in the field of television
production, having produced and
directed more than 1,000 televi-
sion programs.
Considered an expert of differ-
ent cultural societies, his exten-
sive travels around the world
have instilled in him a high sensi-
ytivit y to human behavior.
Entertainment will be provided
by the Hod Hasharon Singers,
comprised of four girls from Hod
Hasharon, Israel. The Jewish
Federation of South Broward has
adopted Hod Hasharon as its
Project Renewal neighborhood
"We expect the biggest turn-
out ever for our $125 minimum
luncheon. As members of this
community, we realize that we
have an important role to play in
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's 1982 United Jewish
Appeal- Federation Campaign.
Our gift is a clear and direct
statement of our commitment to
our people and to the heritage
that unites us. We can influence
the future of our people, here in
South Broward, in Israel and
around the world," the chair-
women added.
Excitement Mounting For
Passover in Israel Trip
More than 30 South Broward
residents have signed up to spend
"This Year In Jerusalem" on the
Jewish Federation of South Bro-
ward's Passover In Israel trip,
according to Jack and Rose Or-
loff, co-chairmen.
The trip is set for March 31 -
April 14, including visits to Tel
Aviv, Tiberias, Jerusalem, S'dom
and Eilat.
The $2,095 double occupancy
price includes accommodations at
5-8tar hotels, all meals, round-
trip airfare from Ft. Lauderdale
and sightseeing with renowned
, UJA guides, the Orloffs explain-
ed.
Jack and Rose Orloff
Highlights of the trip will be
meeting high-level Israeli gov-
ernment officials, experiencing
Yad Vashem, swimming in the
Dead Sea, lunching at a kibbutz
and visiting Hod Hasharon, the
Federation's Project Renewal
neighborhood.
"This trip of a lifetime is only
available through the Jewish
Federation of South Broward,"
added Nat Sedley.chairman.
Anyone interested in finding
out more about this unique vaca-
tion should attend the Itinerary
Meeting on Monday, Jan. 25 at 2
p.m. at the Federation building,
2719 Hollywood Blvd. or contact
Susan Marx.
Hod Hasharon's Ann Gilbert Park
Metropolitan Pacesetter Feb. 14
Reservations are steadily com-
ing in for the Jewish Federation
of South Broward's Metropolitan
Pacesetter Dinner Dance, set for
Sunday, Feb. 14 at Beth Torah
Congregation, according to Jo
Ann Katz and David and Avis
Sachs, chairmen.
Guest speaker for the event
will be Prof. Allen Pollack, one of
5the youngest members of the
Executive Committee of United
Jewish Appeal.
"As the name of the event
(Pacesetter) implies, it is up to us
to take the lead in the 1982 Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal-Federation
Campaign.
"We have the pacesetting po-
tential to make this year's cam-
paign the most successful ever
and to meet fully the needs of our
people locally, in Israel and
around the world.
"What we do this year will de-
termine the future quality of life
in the Jewish World," the three
chairmen explained.
For further information, con-
tact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
The daily lives of the children
of Hod Hasharon, Israel, have
been made happier by the love
and commitment that Marc and
Ann Gilbert share for each other,
and for their homeland.
Marc Gilbert was a participant
in the Jewish Federation of South
Broward's recent President's
Mission to Israel. A great portion
of this trip was devoted to ac-
quainting mission participants
with their area's Project Renewal
neighborhood. Hod Hasharon is
South Broward's adopted city.
As part of their tour of Hod
Hasharon, mission participants
were shown a park and play-
ground that was still under con-
struction. The social worker con-
ducting the tour turned to the
group and said, "I am waiting for
you to name the park."
Mark Gilbert decided there, on
the spot, to honor his dear wife
by naming the park for her.
Marc and Ann Gilbert, of Hill-
crest, have always had a deep
commitment to Israel. They
visited Israel five times together.
Marc has also participated in two
President's Missions.
Marc had a double motivation
for assuming the responsibility
for the park. He feels, first of all,
that, as the Talmud has written.
all Jews are responsible for one
another. Secondly, he is filled
with love and respect for his wife,
whose courageous 20 year battle
against serious illness has been a
constant source of inspiration for
him.
Marc states that he had no
preconceived ideas of the manner
in which he would help the people
of Hod Hasharon. Once he saw
the struggle that people there
must undergo to improve then-
standard of living, he made his
decision to help.
"At the inception of the State
of Israel," Marc explains, "the
Continued on Page 2
Ruth Gruber to Speak At Holly brook Dinner
Dr. Ruth Gruber, author, for-
eign correspondent and authority
on the Middle East, will be the
, featured speaker on Sunday. Feb.
'7 for the annual Hollybrook Din-
ner for the 1982 Federation-UJA
Campaign.
We are thrilled that Ruth
umber will be our featured
speaker," commented dinner co-
chairman Sylvia Stein.
The dinner will be held at the
Hillcrest Country Club, with a
minimum campaign commitment
of $200. The dinner is $15 per
person.
Ruth Gruber covered the peace
treaty signing between Egypt,
Israel and the United States in
Washington, and the autonomy
"feting in Alexandria, Egypt.
^he also covered the Sadat-Begin
Rath Gruber
conference in Egypt for the 150
newspapers serviced by the
North American Newspaper Al-
liance.
Her recent book, Raqoela: A
Woman of Israel, published by
Coward, McCan and Geoghegan.
won the national Jewish book
award as the best book on Israel.
It was a selection of the Readers
Digest Condensed Books Club
and, as a best seller, has been
hailed as a "major and masterful
work passionately told."
Esther Marcus, also a dinner
co-chairman, commented, "We
know that the enthusiasm of our
Hollybrook residents will ensure
the largest attendance aver at our
Federation-UJA Dinner."
Miss Gruber is the author of 14
books, six of them on Israel in-
cluding the best seller, Israel on
the Seventh Day. Her books have
been translated into languages
around the world. In addition,
she has contributed articles to
the Readers Digest, the Saturday
Review, Look, The Nation, New
Republic, Ms. Magazine, Com-
mentary and the New York
Times Sunday Magazine. She has
written scripts for the National
Broadcasting Company and the
Eternal Light, and as columnist
fnr the Hadassah Magq*ine.
wrote the column "Diary of an
American Housewife."
Further information concern-
ing the Hollybrook dinner is
available by calling Sylvia Stein
at 431-0239 or Esther Marcus at
431-US99.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, January 22,1982
HodHasharon 's
Ann Gilbert Park <
Product of Dedication
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Gordon
Katiroff
Morgenstein Cohan Shapiro
Esther Gordon Named Chairwoman of
B'not Shalom Luncheon
Esther Gordon has been ap-
pointed chairwoman of the Worn
en's Division B'not Shalom
Luncheon, announced Nancy
Brizel, vice president, campaign.
The luncheon, which is being
held on behalf of the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward s 1982
United Jewish Appeal-Federa-
tion Campaign, is set for Thurs-
day. Feb. 25 at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
"The B'not Shalom Luncheon
(B'not Shalom is Hebrew for
Daughters of Peace") combines
all of the major categories of
giving into one luncheon.
"All of the women giving lead-
ership gifts ($500 $25,000) to
the Women's Division will be
gathered at this luncheon.
"Together, we represent the
strength of the 4,000-year-old
lifeline, together, we make a
statement to all those who would
have us fail.
"The B'not Shalom Luncheon
represents the unity of the Jew-
ish women in our community,"
Mrs. Gordon explained.
The five major categories in-
clude Shomrai, which represents
the lion and carries the slogan
"Let me be the strength of my
people," Shoshana, which repre-
sents the rose, the national flower
of Israel and carries the slogan
"For the rose that grows alone is
for itself alone;" Chai, which rep-
resents life; Meirah, which car-
ries the slogan "Those who
illumine the land;" and Yonah,
which represents the dove and
carries the slogan "With hearts
filled with love we reach out for
peace."
The Shomrai category ($5,000)
YAD Social
Jan. 23
Saturday night. Jan. 23 at 8 p.m. at Emerald Hills Country
Club, the Youilg Adult Division of Jewish Federation of South
Broward will have their first 1982 social gathering.
"In the past, these events have been most successful. We
look forward to a large turnout." commented YAD co-chairman
Sheldon Lefkowitz.
Admission to the Emerald Hills event is $5 and includes
music and munchies. A cash bar will be available.
"Scheduling problems prevented scheduling these social
gatherings in the fall, but now we will be having them on a
monthly basis." commented YAD co-chairman Bonnie Geier.
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will be chaired by Carol Morgen-
stein; Shoshana ($2,500) will be
chaired by Helen Cohan; Chai
($1,800) will be chaired by
Beverly Shapiro; Meirah ($1,000)
will be chaired by Joan Raticoff;
and Yonah ($500) will be chaired
by Gloria Hess.
This is the first year we have
instituted the Chai category. The
category was created to instill the
idea of "life." The Jewish women
of South Broward share a special
bond with our sisters in Israel
and throughout the world. We
know that what we do this year
will determine the future quality
of life in the Jewish world, ex-
plained Mrs. Shapiro, Chai chair-
woman.
Guest speaker for the event
will be Jacqueline K. Levine,
chairwoman of the A merit "n
Jewish Congress National Go\
eming Council and a past presi-
dent of its Women's Division.
Mrs. Levine is actively in-
volved in community and Jewish
affairs in Metroppolitan New
Jersey. Currently she is the first
woman to chair the Community
Relations Committee of her Fed-
eration.
Continued from Page 1
government made a vow to take
care of all Jews rich or poor, old
or young, sick or in good health.
It is the obligation of Diaspora
Jewry to support Israel. The park
is my part in keeping the Dias-
pora's promise."
"I was so moved by what my
husband did," relates Ann Gil-
bert, "that I wept with joy. I feel
now that I have a stake in Israel,
something that my children and
grandchildren will always sup-
port. An important part of me
will always be in Israel.'*
Marc Gilbert stresses that
Project Renewal is a vehicle for
people here to contribute directly
to the lives of our brothers in Is-
rael. Project Renewal is a pro-
gram whose importance cannot
be overstated.
"My involvement with the
park has turned out to be more
exciting and fulfilling for me than
when I made the decision," Marc
concludes. "Members of my fam-/
ily will travel to Hod Hasharon in
June to visit the park, and the
people that have become so im-
portant to us."
HodHasharon Singers
To Entertain
Emerald Hills Residents
The Hod Hasharon Singers
will provide the musical en-
tertainment when residents of
Grandview and The Greens of
Emerald Hills meet for an
evening of entertainment and
..iformation on Monday, Jan. 25,
at 7:30 p.m. at the Community
Hall rf Grandview (Bldg. Al The
ever/ >s being sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. according to Paul
Segal, Grandview r nairman.
The Hod Hasharon Singers are
from Hod Hasharon, Israel, the
Federation's Project Renewal
neighborhood.
Nelson Dembs is Emerald Hills
chairman. The cabinet includes
Jerry Feiler. Jeff Feliinan,
Malcolm Feldman, Eli Field.
Arnold Golasiein. Sol Kurtz, Abe
Mei3ter, Henry Morgan, Charles ,
Moses, Mort Openstem, David'
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Friday, January 22,1982
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
V#
BBYO Holds Statewide Convention T
Federation High Rise Campaign
Over two hundred enthusiastic
BBYO'ers (B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization! from all over the
state of Florida shared four days
of learning, friendship, fun and
contests at their annual Regional
Convention held at the Lake Yale
Baptist Assembly in Eustis, Fla.,
from Dec. 21 through Dec. 25.
Phis year's convention theme,
"Everybody Has A Dream,"
dealt with the individual's future
goals and with Jewish values.
The keynote address was
, delivered by Rabbi Henry Shre-
ibman from Philadelphia. Rabbi
Shreibman is a pulpit rabbi in Al-
lentown, Pa. and also is on the
faculty of both Gratz College and
the Philadelphia College for Per-
forming Arts. Rabbi Shreibman
is also a professional mime, and
he presented a mime on "David
and Goliath" as part of the
program on Jewish values.
Israeli dancing, Hebrew music,
and drama were taught at the
convention and discussion
groups were conducted on topics
such as: Handicapiam, The Prob-
lems of Today's Refugees, and
Current Jewish Events.
Regional Contest runoffs for

Prof. Eugene Weiner To Speak
At Mideast Symposium
Prof. Eugene Weiner,
chairman of the Department of
Sociology at Israel's Haifa
University, will be the guest
speaker at a Middle East
Symposium, sponsored by the
Community Relations Committee
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, set for Thursday, Feb.
18, at Temple In The Pines,
according to Norman Freedman,
Middle East Task Force
chairman.
Educated at Columbia
University and the Jewish
Theological Seminary, Prof.
Weiner also completed rabbinical
studies.
He served as the director of the
Lehman Institute of Ethica at
'the Jewish Theological Seminary
and as Rabbi of Beth Jacob
Synagogue in Ontario.
The final CRC Symposium is
set for Sunday, Mar. 14, at
Temple Solel. Guest speaker will
'Prof. Eugene Weiner,
be Yehoshua Trigor, Israeli
Consul General in Atlanta.
Schocken Publisher Passes
NEW YORK -(JTA>- Eva
Schocken Glaser, president of
Schocken Books, Inc. died Jan.
12 after a brief illness. She was 63
years old and resided in Scars-
dale, NY. Mrs. Glaser, the for-
mer Chawa Schocken, was born
in Zwickau, Germany. She came
to the United States from Jeru-
salem with her family in the late
1930s.
Her father, Salman Schocken,
founded Schocken Verlag in
Berlin in the 1920s and the
American company was
established in New York after
World War II. In 1934 the firm
became publisher of Franz Kafka
when the Nazi regime ruled that
Aryan publishers could no longer
publish Jewish writers.
Keenly interested in Jewish
cultural life, Salman Schocken
continued to publish Jewish
authors, such as Kafka and
Martin Buber, until the Gestapo
put an end to the publishing
house in November, 1938.
Schocken, who had been living in
Jerusalem since 1933, started the
concern again in Tel Aviv.
Mrs. Glaser became the head of
the publishing house in New
York after the death of her
brother, Theodore, in 1975.
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oratory, storytelling, Israeli
dance, debate, song, newspapers,
scrapbooks, banners, and origi-
nality plus were held at this con-
vention.
Elections for 1982 were held
with the following youth assum-
ing key leadership positions:
BBG (B'nai B'rith Girls -
N'siah) President Barbara
Greyson from Plantation;
S'Ganit Vice President
Jaime Press from Miami; Maz-
kirah Secretary Brook
Ziegler from Plantation
AZA (Aleph Zadik Aleph -
Godol) President Billy Blatt-
ner from Hollywood; S'gan
Vice President Eric Lang from
Plantation; Mazkir Secretary
David Felker from Coral
Springs: Shaliach Messenger
Aaron Shecter from Sunrise.
This years' convention coor-
dinators were Susan Samberg
from Hollywood and Brian Bom-
stein from Coral Springs. Susan
and Brian were the 1981 regional
presidents discharged from office
during a beautiful installation
ceremony the last evening of
convention.
The B'nai B'nth Youth Organi-
zation serves Jewish teenagers,
ages 14-18. B'nai B'rith Girls and
Aleph Zadik Aleph are the two
components of BBYO. There are
1,500 members of BBYO in Flor-
ida serviced by volunteer ad-
visers and professional staff:
Steven M. Klein, Florida Region,
director; Howard Feinberg, Judy
Fisher, and Mike Brunhild, assis-
tant regional directors.
For more information, ploase
call: 263-7400 in Miami. 925-4136
in Hollywood, 792-6700 in Fort
Lauderdale, and (813) 872-4451 in
Tampa.
January 23
Quadomain Shalom Espanol,
7:30 p.m. in the Bottle Club.
Guest Speaker Israel Amitai.
Entertainment by The Hod Has
haron Singers.
January 24
Galahad North Breakfast, 9:30
a.m. in the Social Hall Malaga
Cocktail Party, 8 p.m. Guest
Speaker Audrey Meline. Enter-
tainment by The Hod Hasharon
Singers. Guest of Honor Gert
Scisorek. La Mer B'nai B'rith
Breakfast on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal-Federation Cam-
paign at 10 a.m.
January 26
Fairways Riviera Breakfast, 10
a.m. in the Social. Guest Speaker
Israel Amitai.
January 27
Coastal Waterway Reception,
7:30 p.m. in the Social Hall.
Guest Speaker Rabbi Herbert
Tobin, multi-media presentation
"Together We Grow." Co-Chair-
men Florence and David Hur-
witz; Honorary Committee
Audrey and Robert F. Sondel,
Zara and William Kaplan.
January 31
Meadowbrook \ Phase V Break-
fast, 10 a.m. in the Social Hall
Fairways Royale Breakfast in
honor of Erwin Gold. 10 a.m. in
the Club House.
Venetian Park- Townhouses,
B'nai B'rith Lodge No. 3096,
Jerry Wyman, chairman.
Imperial Towers Breakfast in
honor of Cecei! and Albert Mit
tleman, 10:30 a.m. Guest
Speaker Herb Brizel, M.D.
February 1
Prince George "Coffee" at the
home of Selma Silverberg.
February 2
Clifton Big Gifts Cocktail Party.
3 p.m. Guest Speaker AI Golden.
February 7
Hi-Rise Pacesetters Brunch, 11
a.m. at the Sheraton Bal Har-
bour. Guest Speaker Ruth
Gruber.
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Volume 12
27TEVETH5742
Number 2
Strong Support
Continues For Israel
Despite heated debate over the sale of AW ACS I
planes to Saudi Arabia and inferences that Israel was
trying to interfere in U .S. foreign policy and despite
the negative publicity that followed Prime Minister
Menachem Begin's verbal blast against the Reagan
Administration's sanctions against Israel, strong
support for Israel continues around the world.
This was evident last week when the govern-
ments of Britain, France, Italy and the Netherlands.:
re-affirmed their agreement to participate in the mul-
ti-national peace-keepingforce that will patrol the
Sinai Peninsula after Israel completes its withdrawal
on April 25.
Support for Israel was indicated in a recent
Gallup poll taken among 1,500 Americans. In re-
sponse to a question :jvjiicn\ countries constitute a '
vital interest to the United States, 81 percent of the
respondents named Israel, a three percent increase
over responses in a similar survey in 1978.
Concerning the multi-national peace-keeping
force, envoys from the four European countries met
for an hour with Israeli Foreign Ministry Director
General David Kimche last Wednesday in Wash-
ington. They subscribed, in effect, to a joint U.S.-
I sraeli statement issued in November saying that
the Camp David Peace accords are the basis for the
multi-national force.
The European envoys said their role in the force
was further defined by Egyptian-Israeli agreements.
Now the big question, following Secretary Alex-
ander M. Haig's visit to Egypt and Israel last week,
remains: "What about the Palestinian autonomy
negotiations?"
With both Israel and Egypt, presumably,
standing firm in the positions enunciated in the long-
stalled self-rule talks, it is reported that Haig may
return to Israel and Egypt in mid-February and that
he might bring with him specific U.S. proposals for
breaking the deadlock in the negotiations.
Egypt isn't ready to compromise on these four
points that Israel wants concessions from the
Egyptians: the nature of the self-governing author-
ity on the West Bank and Gaza Strip; settlements,
security, and Jerusalem.
It's hardly likely that any compromise will be
reached before the April 25 date because, among oth-
er things, Israel rejects without qualification
Egypt'8 insistence that the Arabs of East Jerusalem
be allowed to participate in the election of the self-
governing authority on the West Bank.
ROME (JTA| Pope John
Paul II has called on Israel to
work harder for "a just and
stable peace" in the Middle East,
to adhere "to international
conventions" and stressed the
need for "full respect" of the
rights of the Palestinians in the
territories occupied by Israel.
Those points were made in a
Vatican communique issued
following a 36-minute meeting
between the Pope and Israeli
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, the first high level con-
tact of its kind since 1978.
The communique stated: "His
Holiness underlined the urgent
need to intensify efforts to reach
a just and stable peace for all
people of the region who have
suffered and are still suffering so
much because of the decades-old
conflict. He underlined the
necessity that all interested
parties take part in the ne-
gotiating process, while in the
meantime adhering to in-
ternational conventions, so as to
favor dialogue and discussion."
THE communique said the
Pontiff also suggested that it will
be "a useful contribution if the
Palestinians of Cis-Jordan and
Gaza could enjoy a peaceful ex-
istence in full respect for all their
rights." The term Cis-Jordan was
used at the time of the Palestine
Mandate to distinguish weetei">
Palestine from Trans-Jordan,
now the kingdom of Jordan, and
in the context of the communique
apparently was a reference to the
West Bank.
The communique said the Is-
raeli Foreign Minister described
to the Pope "efforts and con-
cessions" by Israel to achieve its
peace treaty with Egypt. "The
Minister expressed his profound
preoccupation about the massive
flow of weapons into the region
and also recalled the grave prob-
lem of terrorism," the com-
munique said. Shamir was also
reported to have explained Is-
rael's motivations for annexing
the Golan Heights, a move
sharply criticized last month by
the Vatican newspaper L'Osser-
vatore Romano and the Vatican
radio.
ACCORDING to the com-
munique, the Pope reaffirmed the
Vatican's position on Jerusalem
which does not recognize Israeli
soverignty over that city. Shamir
"illustrated the commitment of
the Israeli government for the
safeguarding and free access to
the holy places for all faithfaul,"
the communique said.
The Vatican has never ex-
tended diplomatic recognition to
Israel. The last Israeli Foreign
Minister to meet with the Pope
was the late Moshe Dayan who
had an audience with the late
Pope Paul VI four years ago.
Swiss Intend to Buy
Israeli Tank Parts
GENEVA-(JTA) The Defense Ministry an-
nounced here that the Swiss army intends to buy from Is-
rael engines and cannons for the 300 Centurion tanks the
army bought from England. Apparently the tanks did not
function properly, and the British manufacturing firm
could not rectify the problem.
A spokesman for the Defense Ministry said the army
feels that Israel's arms industry has the proper equipment
and fittings for the tanks. Two Israeli converted Cen-
turions will be shipped to Switzerland in March to see how
the Swiss-owned tanks can be converted along similar
lines.
A contract to be signed with Israel stipulates that Ia<
iael will be paid two million Swiss Francs for every
Centurion it converts. The entire deal is expected to net
Israel f-00 million Swiss Francs.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofdr of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
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Perceiving Time Relation
By ELAINE PASEKOFF PINES
"One of the things I cannot grasp is 'time relation At an
hour when Jews were being done to death at Treblinka extermination
camp, the overwhelming plurality of human beings, two miles away on
Polish farms, five thousand miles away in New Yorh, were sleeping or
eating or worrying about the dentist ... The two orders of
simultaneous experience are so different their coexistence is so
hideous a paradox. that I puzzle over time." From Sophie's Choice
by William Styron.
Terrorism has been called the
scourge of the 1980's. Its modus
operandi of unsuspected, faceless
violence shakes at the roots of
everyone's security.
Israel's Ministry of Foreign
Affairs has recently issued a re-
port on the PLO which should be
of interest to us all. It proves that
the PLO is at the hub of a com-
plex network of coordination and
cooperation among international
terrorist organizations, providing
assistance in such diverse realms
- apart from training and arms
supply as document forging,
financing, logistics, recruiting,
intelligence gathering and asy-
lum, as well as operational plan-
ning and implementation.
During 1980 and the first half
of 1981, some 2,250 international
terrorists from 29 countries par-
ticipated in training courses of
one to four months' duration at
PLO camps in the Middle East,
as per the following breakdown:
Annual
Dinner and Show
The Hollywood Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged is cele-
brating its 26th annual dinner
and show on Thursday. Feb. 11
at the Diplomat Hotel. Cocktails
and hors d'oeuvres will be at 6:30
p.m. There will be a free drink for
each guest. Parking is also free of
charge. Tickets are $150 per per-
son, tax deductible.
Hurt Bacharach and Carol
Haver Sager will be starring at
i he Cafe Criatal at 9 p.m. that
evening. For tickets and reserve-
k lions, please call the following
members of the Ways and Means
Committee: Lucille Baer. presi-
dent 458-2864: Lilyan Becker-
man, chairman 961-6079; and
Frances Briefer 456-3040.
The funds raised will be used
by the Home (Douglas Gardens)
for capital purposes.
The public is invited to attend.
We solicit your support.
I n t erf ait h Council to
Sponsor Luncheon
The Interfaith Council of
vGreater Hollywood will sponsor
their fourth consecutive annual
Brotherhood luncheon on Wed-
nesday, Feb. 17 at noon, at the
Rotary Club, 24 Avenue and
Taylor Street. The program will
emphasize "Brotherhood and
Responsibility." A noted speaker
of the area will deliver the
Brotherhood address.
Reservations are to be made at
Mayor David Keating's office.
The following organizations will
co-sponsor the luncheon: The
Ministerial Association of
Greater Hollywood, the South
Broward Council of Rabbis, the
South Broward Catholic Deanery
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Latin America some 500
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Europe some 960 terrorists
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many, Italy, and Ireland;
Asia some 450 terrorists
from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran,
Armenia, The Philippines, Japan,
and Sri Lanka;
Africa some 350 terrorists
from South Africa, Zimbabwe,
Niger, Somalia, Ghana, Nigeria,
Tunisia, Egypt, Togo, and Mali.
The principal training camps
which hosted these courses are
Hamouriya near Damascus;
Damour, Baalbek, Shatilla,
Bourge ash-Shimali and Nahr al-
Bared in Lebanon; and Hala-
mek in South Yemen.
Among the more prominent
terrorist organizations represent-
ed in these courses have been:
Red Brigades. SWAPO, ETA.
Baader-Meinhof, IRA, and the
Turkish People's Liberation
Front.
The PLO has also expanded its
overseas training activities
among these international terror-
ist organizations. During 1960,
some 50 PLO instructors were
active in Latin America, Africa
and Asia.
In addition to providing train-
ing services, the PLO is also a
major supplier of weapons to in-
ternational terrorist organize
tions which threaten the peace
and security of everyone. Most of
these weapons originate in the
Soviet Union, which sometimes
uses the PLO specifically as a go-
between in its arms transactions
with these subversive groups.
Such weapon transactions are
particularly prevalent in Latin
America. In Nicaragua, an exten-
sive PLO training and aid mis-
sion is virtually integrated into
the local army framework, with
PLO instructors training the
Nicaraguans in the use of Soviet
weapons.
PLO transactions are not
limited to Eastern weapons
alone. At the end of 1980, Saudi
Arabia provided the PLO with
some 20,000 rifles of Belgian and
American manufacture, along
with $50 million to finance the
purchase of additional military
equipment.
The implications of such a
widespread terrorist network are
frightening. What this proves
conclusively, is that none of us
can feel totally secure.
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Friday, January 22,1962
Jewish Family Service
. The Jewish Family Service is a
non-profit service organization
that works to promote and
strengthen sound family life in
the community, and to prevent
personal and family breakdown.
Described below is a typical
problem which the Service must
deal with on a daily basis. It ad-
dresses the problem of aging.
"I encouraged my mother to
move after she was widowed and
You and Your
Aging Parent
Dvora Friedman, counselor for
the elderly at the Jewish Com-
Cong. E. Clay Shaw is greeted by Robert Pittell, M.D., president of munity Centers of South Bro-
the Jewish Federation of South Broward. Cong. Shaw was the guest ward, a panel of guests from the
speaker for a Community Relations Committee meeting. Southeast Focal Point Senior
Center, and members of the Jew-
ish Community Centers met re-
cently to address the problems
faced by the children of the elder-
iy ,
About 50 people attended the
workshop held at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
After talking with people daily
who have problems communica-
ting and responding to their own
needs, and their elderly parents'
needs, Dvora Friedman said she
began planning the workshop.
"You and Your Aging Parent"
was just a beginning for what
Dvora and her co-workers hope
will open a new world for the p. r-
ents and the children in terms o:
reaching a level ground for both.
Many elderly people are alone,
bored and depressed. Children of
the elderly suffer from guilt and
anger because of their feelings or
inability to cope with their par-
ents.
Dvora plans future workshops
to address the needs of the elder-
ly and their children, and asks
that anyone with aging parents
contact her if they need assist-
ance. The next workshop on the
subject was to be Jan. 21, with
future ones being planned. For
further information call, 921-
6518.
maTanJr-7. if* "l^T" COf,R *"' Flain" Pi,tHI CR< **
man. and l.arl Kosenkopf.
From left are Milton
ecutive director.
Winograd, Cong. Shaw and Stunner Kaye,
now she depends on me for every-
thing. My family is upset and I
feel I'm pulled apart. What can I
do?"
In response to this type of call,
we suggest to the daughter that
she and her mother come in to-
gether and discuss how each
could change to make their rela-
tionship better. At first the
daughter refused saying she
didn't want to upset her mother.
When it was pointed out that her
mother too, was probably
unhappy with their relationship,
the daughter agreed to a joint ap-
pointment.
Together with the caseworker,
the daughter and her mother ex-
plored their feelings. The mother,
still somewhat depressed over the
loss of her husband was totally
overwhelmed by having to adjust
to a new city. She also felt friend-
less and dependent on her daugh-
ter for companionship. The
daughter seeing her mother's un-
happiness felt she was not doiong
enough to help her and was
unable to refuse her mother's de-
mands even though this was
creating a crisis in her own
family.
After several sessions in which
feelings between mother and
daughter were expressed, the
tension between the two began to
ease. The daughter and her
nother could begin to enjoy each
other. The daughter felt she could
now refuse the unrealistic
demands of her mother without
destroying their relationship or
her mother.
At this point we elected to
work with the mother alone to
help her overcome her feelings of
grief and loneliness. During the
counseling sessions, we explored
with the mother realistically
what alternative choices she had
in terms of location of an apart-
ment and what the community
resources were that would help
her adapt to the new life she must
now begin to build.
At last report the daughter and
mother were "both doing well."
The daughter reported that she
and her mother are now enjoying
their adult to adult relationship.
The mother reported that she is
now happily involved with her
new friends and activities and
"we see each other when we can,
pretty often because we enjoy
each other's company."
Basically because there was a
great deal of healthy carinp be-
tween this mother and daughter
and both wwe open to looking at
themselves and making cnanges,
this case has a happy ending.
All cases are different, they ell
call for an individual evaluation
by a professional social worker
and all do not end "happily." It
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofdr of Greater Hollywood
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, January 22,1962
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Gretaer Hollywood
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successfully appealed many cases
where doctors offices made
The Beth Shalom Brownies are accompanied by Rabbi Harold Richter
as they entertain patients at the Dania Nursing Home.
Chaplaincy Notes
Samuel Meline, D.M.D., chair-
man of the Chaplaincy Service of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, announced that Chanu-
kah celebrations were held in
twelve South Broward institi-
tion9. Six hospitals received
Chanukah literature for distribu-
tion to the Jewish patients. All of
the Chanukah celebrations arid
services were sponsored and co >-
ducted by the Chaplaincy Str-
vice. Several youth groups, Day
School students and adult mem-
bers of Jewish organizations par-
ticipated in these Chanukah fes-
tivities.
The Brownie Group of Temple
Beth Shalom performed for the
patients of the Dania Nursing
Home. They were led by Diane
..Press. Temple Sinai's YouJj
Group gave a Chanukah presen-
tation for the patients of Golf-
crest Nursing Home and were led
by Nili Kimmelman. Two groups
from Temple Solel performed at
the Hollywood Hills Nursing
Home; The Grand People of
Temple Solel, under the chair-
manship of Al Schwartz; and the
Temple Solel Youth group, who
^were assisted by Jeff Baumen,
i.he Youth Director. The students
of Beth Shalom Day School pre-
sented a Chanukah program at
Washington Manor Nursing
Home. The students of the Hillel
Community Day School perform-
ed at a Chanukah celebration at
the Hallandale Rehabilitation
Center.
There were four services held
at the South Florida State Hos-
pital for; the Children's Division,
the Geriatric Division, the Gen-
eral Patients, and the Forensic
Unit. Jefferson Ward. Assisting
Rabbi Richter, for the Children's
Division and the Geriatric Unit
-tfere Sheila Kolod and Dolly
Malitz. Assisting Rabbi Richter
at the Celebration for General
Patients held at The Chapel was
Lillian Glasson, Chairman of the
Collation, representing the Hal-
landale Chapter of Women's
B'nai B'rith. Helen Lowitt also
was present. Also assisting were
Norman Lowitt and Irving Glas-
son of the United Jerusalem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Sheila Ko-
N tod, permanent volunteer to the
Chaplaincy Service, was also on
hand to participate in the Chapel
Chanukah Celebration. Three
members of the Ben Gurion
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, including
its President. Philip Zeefe, were
on hand to distribute "Chanukah
Gelt" to the State Hospital pa-
tients. The other members parti-
cipating were Dr. Harry Brelaw
and Louis Dunoff. The David
Ben Gurion Lodge of B'nai B'rith
also donated the refreshments for
the Chanukah celebration at the
State Hospital Chapel. Sheila
Kolod also assisted Rabbi Rich-
ter at Forensic Unit's Jefferson
Ward.
* Other Chanukah programs
conducted by Rabbi Harold
Richter were at the R. and R.
Guest Home of Dania, the Willow
Manor Retirement Home of
tania, the Midtown Manor Re-
crement Home of Hollywood, the
Jewish Community Center of
South Broward "Senior Day Care
anter" at Temple Sinai and the
Jewish Community Center of
South Broward. A Chanukah ser-
vice and celebration was also held
at the Broward Correctional In-
stitution and the Hollywood An-
nex of the Broward County Pri-
son. Rabbi Richter was assisted
by Dolly Malitz at the Broward
Correctional Institution.
mistakes regarding Medicare
procedure codes. The MIS ap-
proached the Broward County
Medical Association to undertake
a joint effort to prevent these
mistakes from occurring in
doctors offices. The Medical
Association has refused this
request. MIS is, therefore, direct-
ly approaching the County's
doctors in an effort to help the
County's 250,000 Medicare re-
ciptients.
"Approximately one third of
the medicare mistakes we see are
due to mistakes in doctors office
work," according to Fran
Rasumny Barrett, director of
MIS. "We have approached the
Broward County Medical Asso-
ciation on a number of occasions
and they remain uncooperative.
This is especially disturbing
considering the ease in which we
could alleviate "great deal of
suffering."
In a response to the MIS
request the Medical Association
stated: "Medicare Part B is an
insurance contract between sub-
scribers and the government
Bureau of Health Insurance .
The education of'subscribers-
consumers is, in our opinion, the
responsibility of the contracting
agency; not a third party who is
not consulted in any phase of
change of cost, services covered,
degree of reimbursement, or
covered services."
MIS can verify there are many
mistakes. J. Richard Chernok, a
retired attorney, who works as a
volunteer for MIS, noted, "A
doctors office refused to believe
that they quoted a surgery in-
correctly. The office insisted that,
"This is how we always do it.' It
appears that they were always
doing it incorrectly."
Peter Deutsch, founder of MIS
talked about another case. "We
had a case where a doctor was
coding every brain surgery as
two surgerys. He coded the open-
ing as one and the work he did in-
side as another. He was doing it
for seven years. This doctor's
coding practice was improper and
it was costing his patients, thou-
sands of dollars."
MIS is offering every doctor in
the country, free of charge,
service in any effort to assist a
Medicare recipient receive proper
payment. The announcement was
made on January 7, at the Blue
Cross-Blue / Shield-Medicare of-
fice. MIS volunteers represented
five Medicare beneficiaries at
Hearings on that date.
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The Jewish Fhridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, January 22,1982
The Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of South Broward re-
cently participated in a Solicitation Training program led by Reva
Wexler. High Rise campaign coordinator. Seated from left are Susen
Grossman, Gert Scisorek and Lenore Caen. Standing from left are
Susan Singer, Audrey Meline, vice president, In-Service; Nancy
Brizel, vice president, Campaign and Debbie Meline.
Seated from left are Mildred Friedman,Ruth Brusin and Fredda Sch-
wartz. Standing from left are Edna Barron. Gerri Morrison, Selma
Gersten and Claire Bernhang.
Education and Exercise
Classes in Lung Disease
A series of free education and
exercise classes for patients with
lung disorders will begin Wed-
nesday, Feb. 3 at 6 p.m. in the
conference room of Community
Hospital of South Broward, 5100
West Hallandale Beach Blvd.,
Hollywood. The three part series
will continue on Monday, Feb. 8
and Wednesday, Feb. 10.
Each participant will be given
individual attention. The classes
are based on a comprehensive
team approach with physicians,
respiratory and physical thera-
pists, a nurse, dietician and social
worker, the classes are open to 20
participants and their families
and friends. Participants are ex-
pected to attend all three ses-
sions.
For further information and
registration, call Mary Rucker at
the American Lung Association.
524-4657.
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Beth Shalom Teacher and Students Capture Awards
Beth Shalom Day School's
Sandra Cole, was selected aa
"Teacher of the Year" by the
Broward County Fair Com-
mittee. This coveted honor came
to Mrs. Cole through the efforts
of students, parents, and faculty
members of the Beth Shalom Day ,
School. The Broward County
Committee processed many ap-
plications, and in the category of
Elementary School, designated
Mrs. Cole the winner.
Mrs. Cole has been an instruc-
tor at Beth Shalom for the past
eight years, and has served as as-
sistant principal and teacher for
the past four years. She currently
teaches a first grade class and is
responsible for the curriculum
development of the Secular Pro-
gram at Beth Shalom.
Some of the comments submit-
ted to the Committee about Mrs.
Cole were, "Mrs. Cole's first love
has always been working with the
children in the classroom. Her
warmth, love, and sensitivity for
children radiates in her room. She
has the keen awareness to per-
ceive the differences in children,
and encourage each child to de-
velop and perform to their poten-
tial." "I was in her class two
years ago, and she still worries
and cares forme." "Mrs. Cole al-
ways has enough time to talk and
listen."
Beth Shalom Day School ele-
mentary students also won the
trophy for the most entries from
any school category at the fair.
Six hundred forty projects were
submitted in five categories win-
ning a total of 171 first prizes. In
addition, one student, Gideon
Baig, a third grader, won for his
citizen essay the Best In Show
award. The total cash awards to
Beth Shalom students amounted
to SI ,618.
Temple Israel Offers
PILGRIMAGED
Temple Israel of Miramar an-
nounces Pilgrimage 1982, a per-
sonalized tour of Israel led by
Rabbi and Mrs. Plotkin on June
16-30. This 15-day tour will be 5-
star deluxe accommodations,
featuring the Plaza Hotels and
full Israeli breakfasts. The
itinerary is being designed by
Kabbi Plotkin to offer, in addi-
tion to all of the usual tourist at-
tractions, a unique perspective on
Conservative Judaism in Israel,
its struggles and successes. The
Temple anticipates a mixed
group of all ages, from families
with children to senior citizens.
Kabbi Plotkin and his wife,
Lea, have spent a year in Jerusa-
lem studying at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary's campus and
the Hebrew University and are
intimately familiar with the land,
the country, the history and the
cultures that form the mosaic of
Israel. A spokesman for Temple
Israel's Tour Committee reported
that "Kabbi Plotkin and Lea will
bring an added dimension to this
tour because of their youth, their
energy, and their love for Israel
and for the Jrwi.-h people."
This promise.* to be one of the
most exciting and enjoyable con-
gregational tours to Israel offmed
in many a year. For further infor-
mation call Temple Israei. 96!-
1700.
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Shopping for a "good buy" has be-
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things, see the new fashions and
perhaps pick up something new for
the house or family.
Another favorite pastime is to come
home from shopping, kick off the
shoes and relax with a good cup of
coffee. Maxwell House* Coffee. The
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y, January 22-19e2
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 11
Rise residents met recently at the Jewish Federation of South
ard to plan for the Annual High Rise Pacesetter event. Seated
left are Emanuel Bornestein, Ben Schwab and Molly Roth,
ling from left are Sidney Jacobs and Lou Ball in.
from left are Doris Tolpen, Phil Olender, Sylvia Berger and
ude Market. Standing from left are Rose Light, Evelyn Saidel,
IGordon, Sydney Holtzman and Delia Rosenberg.
Brandeis Open Meeting Jan. 28
There will be a minimal charge
of $1 at the door, and coffee and
cake will be served directly after
the meeting.
Hollywood Chapter of Bran-
deis University National Wom-
en's Committee will present
Maurice Cohen as their guest
speaker at two open meetings at
Temple Beth El, 1351 So. 14
Ave., Hollywood, Thursdays,
Jan. 28 and Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m.
"Money Sense" will be the
subject in this two session semi-
nar.
Cohen, prominent Boston
businessman and dedicated trus-
tee of the university, has made a
study of the new tax laws and has
devised a presentation that is
timely, informative, and enjoy-
able, delivered in everyday lan-
guage with humor and sensitivity
for both novices and experts in
financial matters.
On Jan. 28, Cohen will discuss
money management and protec-
tion of our savings. On Feb. 4, he
will speak on estate planning,
clarifying many concepts, ideas
and specific ways. The meetings
are open to the public, and all our
members, their husbands, rela-
tives and friends are urged to at-
AJCongress,
Holly dale to Meet
The Hollydale Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress will
hold a meeting on Monday, Feb.
22 at Galahad South, 3801 South
Ocean Drive at noon. Paula
Malamud will speak on, 'Meet-
ing Life's Problems." For further
information, call Jeanne Spevack
at 454-7254.
tend this most important semi-
nar, and be well rewarded with
Cohen's advice in avoiding mis-
takes in these areas.
Rhona Miller, a resident of Parker Plaza and a member of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward, met with Ariel Sharon, Israeli Secretary
of Defense last summer while on her yearly visit to Israel.
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Residents of Aquarius' Executive Steering Committee met recently to
make plans for their efforts on behalf of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward'B 1982 United Jewish Appeal-Federation Campaign.
Seated from left are Ann Cohn, Mac Rothkopf, Emanuel Fass and
Paul Frost. Standing from left are Frances Benjamin, Mina Finkel-
stein, Mollye Fogelman, Bernard and Olga Goldberger, Julius
Frielich, Nathan Petersiel, Seymour Goodman, Hyraan Littman and
Edith Frost.
Fairways Apartments Recognize Their Leaders From left are
Bernice Fields, Irving and Hannah Bloom (1981 Honorees), Dorothy
Lenz, chairman and Albert Schiro, co-chairman.
Residents of I.a Mer gathered recently at a Cocktail Party held in sup-
port of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1982 United Jewish
Appeal-Federation Campaign. The event was held under the auspices
of the La Mer B'nai B'rith Lodge. From left are Otto Stieber, High
Rise chairman; David Harman, guest speaker; Ben Schwab and Sid-
ney Jacobs, La Mer chairman.
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6 PERFORMANCES ONLY
Students Return
From
High School In Israel
Hyssa Pine, a student at Nova
Senior High School and Scott
Eisler, a student at Hollywood
Hills High School have just re-
turned from High School in
Israel.
As students in the nationally
recognized and accredited High
School in Israel program, they
did not participate in the usual
Holy Land tour, but spent eight
weeks of intensive study ab-
sorbing the sources of western
civilization and visiting appro-
priate historic and contemporary
sites in Israel.
High School in Israel in sup-
ported in part by the Jewish Fed-
eration of South Broward's 1982
United Jewish Appeal-Federa-
tion Campaign. The campus is
located in Hod Hasharon, Israel,
which is the Federation's Project
Renewal neighborhood.
Art Auction at
Temple Sinai
On Saturday evening, Feb. 6,
the Sisterhood and Men's Club of
Temple Sinai will aponsor a
champagne art auction beginning
with the reception at 7:30 p.m.
The auction will begin at 8:30
p.m. There will be prizes and
refreshments.
Works of Agam, Caldi-.
Chagall, Dali, Hibel, Miro, Nier
man, Vasarely and many othera
will be on display in the Haber
Karp Hall. There will be no ad-
mission charge. This event ia
open to the community. Chair-
men: Mr. and Mra. Werner Jaffe
and Mr and Mra. Hy Kameron.
Torah Fund Luncheon
The Torah Fund Reaidence
Hall Campaign of Women's
League for Conservative Judaism
on behalf of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, in
conjunction with The Sisterhood
of Temple Sinai, will be honoring
Marcy Kameron at their Torah
Fund luncheon on Tuesday, Jan.
26, in the Haber Karp Hall at
noon.
Chairmen for this event are
Marv Feldman. Mrs. William
Volgel and Roae Edelstein. Do-
nation: $12.50.
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Hallandale Jewish Center Lecture
On Thursday, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m.,
Rabbi Ruben Dobin will deliver
the monthly lecture on, "The
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volved in bringing the dangers of
the cults to the attention of the
general public as well as to the
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.January 22, 1982
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 13
fews in Brief
'Boy' Gives Birth to Second Child
ByJTA Strvie
AVIV A 27-year-old
[woman, who was a boy for
; five years of bar life, has
given birth to her second
doctor at Kaplan Hospi-
Rehovot confirmed. Doc-
lid it was possibly the first
medical history of a sez-
J person giving birth. Her
by was bom three years
^d, like the second bom a
ks ago, was delivered by
kan section.
\lden SurfNight
\is Big Success
residents of Golden Surf
duC in force on Dec. 20, to
i the Israel Bond Night for
according to Murray
I chairman of the event.
en says the event was one
most successful Bond
jns ever held. "We far ex-
our expectations," he
i>h and Rhoda Grinberg
the Israel Scroll of
during the reception,
says the Grinbergs were
for their long service and
ktion to numerous Jewish
JCCOffen
I ArtDeco Tour
Jewish Community
rs of South Broward invites
tone to tour the delightful
Inally landmarked Art Deco
lict on Miami Beach on
|ay, Feb. 21. The price of the
$13 for members and $15
non-members. The fee in-
i brunch, a walking and bus
[of the district, bus tran-
iition, and admission to the
Museum. The bus will
from the Jewish Com-
ity Center at 10:30 a.m. and
^tum at 3:30 p.m.
further information and
Rations call: 921-6611.
iple Beth El Dates
nday, Jan. 24, Rabbi Stern-
ir. director of Mid-Atlantic
til. U.A.H.C, Washington,
[ will be guest speaker at the
; Education Seminar at 9:30
i Too in Auditorium. Bagel
poffee breakfast. Donation
en to the public.
dnesday, Jan. 27, Adult
ktion Series "Money Mat-
[ will present David Kohn,
nee agent and estate plan-
vho will discuss "How to
Your Money Last Longer,"
I in the Chapel Lounge. Ser-
ppen to the public.
iple Israel Events
Young Couples Club of
Re Israel will meet Saturday
hg, Jan. 30, at the temple
I social activity with an Is-
|heme. For further informa-
ontact Bernard Weingart
of Temple Israel, 961-
[ Temple Israel Hour airs on
CA.T.V. and Hollywood
pision at 9 a.m. Sunday
Pgs. The host of the show is
|PaulPlotkin.
terhood Spotlight
tale Solel Sisterhood is
ig a Country Western Night
hrday, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m.
J^ning wui indude a caller
| professional dancers and
A late, hot supper will be
Other surprises include a
I auction (with our own
Smith as auctioneer!) and a
llong! Admission is B12.60
Irson plus a dessert. .Send
"checks to: Judy Hankin,
Jefferson St., Hollywood,
"21 or Eve Horwitz, 4601
St., Hollywood, Fla.
Reservations are a must!
r > This will be an evening
Ibe missed!
The unidentified woman was
bom with male sexual organs and
named and registered as a boy.
But soon after birth his parents
noticed some unusual features
and doctors established, after
checks, that the infant had a full
set of female internal organs. A
first operation made her into a
girl at an early age, with a sup-
plementary operation performed
at age 16. The woman married
seven years ago and conceived
after receiving hormone treat-
ments.
PARIS Former President
Valery Giscard D'Estaing said
that he plans to visit Israel soon
as a gesture of good will towards
Vne Jewish State. Giscard, who
during his seven years as Presi-
dent, steered France along an
anti-Israeli and pro-Arab course,
made this pledge at an election
meeting in one of Paris' Jewish
areas. Giscard was speaking in
support of GauUist candidate
Jacque Dominati who is running
for the National Assembly in
France's first by-election since
last June's Socialist victory.
The former President did not
say when he plans to visit Israel.
Sources close to Giscard said Is-
raeli Premier Menachem Begin
invited him to Israel when the
two met during Egyptian Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat's funeral last
year.
French sources said, in the
meantime, that though President
F ran co is Mitterrand has decided
to postpone his forthcoming trip
to Israel, initially scheduled for
Feb. 10, he will go to Israel before
Israel's final Sinai withdrawal
Apr. 26.
WASHINGTON There was
no immediate confirmation here
of reports that unidentified at-
Shalom'82
At MB Theatre
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward is
pleased to announce the avail-
ability of tickets to "Shalom 82"
for Monday, February 16 at 8
p.m. "Shalom 82" is a colorful
revue with a cast of 30 of Israel's
most popular artists featuring
music, singing and dancing.
The price of the tickets is $16
for members and $17 for non-
members. The price includes
roundtrip bus transportation
from the Jewish Community
Center to the Miami Beach
Theatre of the Performing Arts.
The bus will leave the Center at
6:30 p.m.
For information and reser-
vations call 921-6611.
lackers set off bombs at the Is-
raeli, Argentine and Haitian em-
bassies in Guatemala City. The
State Department and the Israel
Embassy told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that they had no
information on the attacks.
According to the reports from
Guatemala City, guards at the
Israeli Embassy opened fire on
the attackers who fled in a car.
There were no reports of similar
action at the two other embas-
sies. A Guatemala City police
source was quoted as saying
there were no casualties and only
minor damage from the attacks.
It was not determined whether
the attackers were leftist or
members of ultra-rightwing
groups which have been involved
in political warfare in Guatemala
for the past year.
BONN Gustav Rkhter, a
former SS official who had a role
in sending Rumanian Jews to
death camps, was sentenced to
four years imprisonment by a
court in Frankenthal but was im-
mediately set free on grounds
that he had served longer prison
terms in Soviet jails after the
war.
Rienter, 69, was c consultant
on Jewish affairs at SS head-
quarters in Bucharest in 1942. In
that capacity he pressured the
government to include Rumanian
Jews who lived in France at the
time in the "final solution." At
his insistence, the Rumanian au-
thorities took the necessary legal
measures to have Rumanian
Jews in France sent to Au-
schwitz. According to the prosec-
ution, 646 Jews were included in
that group. Richter was found
guiltv of complicity-
WASHINGTON Defense
Secretary Caspar Weinberger will
not visit Israel when he goes to
the Middle East next month.
Pentagon spokesman Henry
Cat to said that Weinberger has
accepted an invitation from
Saudi Arabia to visit that coun-
Cult Hotline
The Jewish Federation's Cult
Hotline, for families and individ-
uals who wish to find information
and counseling on cults, can be
reached by dialing 921-8810 and
asking for Rabbi Harold Richter.
Now three other numbers can be
dialed for assistance: Chabed
House of North Dade 932-7770,
Rabbi Kasriel Bruaowankin or
Yisrael Ber Kaplan; Hineni of
Florida, 935-2449, Aaron Sch-
wartzbaum and; Concerned
Parents of Cult Children, 866-
2081. Muriel Warren.
Brandeis Art Lecture
Hollywood Chapter of Bran-
deis University National Wom-
en's Committee will present
Betty Fleisher, recognized art
authority, in an important study
group lecture at Temple Beth El,
1361 So. 14 Ave., Hollywood,
Monday, Jan. 26, from 1 p.m. to 3
p.m.
Fleisher, whose topic will be
"Twentieth Century Art,"
received her master's degree at
Goddard College in art and
painting. She has taught at
Miami Dade and Broward Com-
munity Colleges and is presently
teaching fine arts at Florida In-
ternational University.
This lecture should prove to be
of great interest to all art lovers
and students.
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also go to neighboring Oman.
Catto stressed that Weinber-
ger does expect to go to Israel
this year but "Israel has never
been considered as part of the iti-
nerary for this particular trip."
Weinberger accepted an invi-
tation to visit Israel this year
when he and Israeli Defense Min-
ister Ariel Sharon signed the
memorandum of understanding
on the strategic cooperation
agreement between Israel and the
U.S. last November. The U.S.
suspended the agreement after
Israel extended its civil law to the
Golan Heights. Weinberger has
been especially critical of the Is-
raeli action.
JERUSALEM The Foreign
Ministry received letters from the
Ambassadors of Britain, France,
Italy and Holland stating those
countries' readiness to partici-
pate in the Sinai peacekeeping
force. Officials here said the let-
ters would be studied by the Cab-
inet at its regular meeting this
Sunday but gave no other
response.
The letters are not indentical.
But all refer to the "clarifica-
tions" each of the four powers
sent to Secretary of State Alex-
ander Haig on Nov. 26 in which
thny stated: "We all recognized
that the function of the Multina-
tional Force and Observers
IMFO) is as defined in the
relevant Egyptian-Israeli agree-
ments."
That initial statement was ac
ceptable to Israel. But on the fol-
lowing day the four governments
simultaneously released state-
ments in which they linked their
participation to the European
Economic Community (EEC)
ministers' Venice declaration of
June, 1980, which Israel flatly re-
jected.
BONN Despite martial law
in Poland, ethnic Germans, be-
lieved to include a small number
of Jews, have been allowed to
leave that country for West
Germany during the past four
weeks, according to West Ger-
man officials.
The Jewish Telegraphic
Agency reported last month that
a limited number of ethnic Ger-
mans of Jewish origin were
among the immigrants arriving
in the Federal Republic from
Eastern European countries, in-
cluding Poland. Jewish leaders
here said confirmation of this
movement gave rise to hopes that
Jews in Poland who have main-
tamed contacts with German cul-
ture can benefit from the agree-
ments providing for emigration
to West Germany.
Observers here believe that the
emigration issue was one of the
reasons for the Bonn govern-
ment's lukewarm condemnation
of martial law in Poland which
has strained relations with
Washington.
D.C. Council
To Mark
King Birthday
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The Jewish Community Council
of Greater Washington will mark
the anniversary of the birthday of
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by
distributing a statement the late
civil rights leader made on Soviet
Jewry during one of the JCC's
dairy noon vigils across the street
from the Soviet Embassy here.
The JCC's Social Action and
Urban Affairs Committee mean-
while has issued a statement
honoring King's memory not
only as a civil rights leader but
also as an "articulate spokesman
in the cause of Israel and Soviet
Jewry."
"We honor him as a man of
courage and vision, a man of
great dreams and great actions, a
seeker of non-violence and
peace," the statement said. "His
leadership of the civil rights
struggle is a chapter in American
history from which all of us can
draw inspiration and renewed
strength. We honor him also as a
friend of the State of Israel."
The King statement said: "I
cannot stand idly by, even
though I live in the United States
and even though I happen to be
an American Negro, and not be
concerned about what happens to
my brothers and sisters who
happen to be Jews in Soviet
Russia."
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Friday, January 22, 1982
Filling in Background
Haig's Quick Stop Yielded More Blah-Blah
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Declaring that he came here "pri-
marily to focus on the peace pro-
cess, especially the autonomy
talks," Secretary of State
Alexander Haig plunged into a
series of meetings with Israel's
top leaders last week.
He spent two hours in a work-
ing session with Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir, followed by a
meeting with Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon and a 2'/i hour
meeting with Premier Menachem
Begin at his home.
At his meeting with Shamir,
Haig presented a long list of de-
tailed questions on Israel's posi-
tions with respect to autonomy
for the West Bank and Gaza
Strip. Israeli officials had already
prepared a working paper for
Haig setting forth the govern-
ment's views and elaborated
verbally in great detail, according
to reports.
HAIG, who spend two days in
Egypt before visiting Israel, told
reporters on his plane from Cairo
that there was some optimism
that the difference between Israel
and Egypt over autonomy could
be bridged. But he cautioned that
the process would need months of
groundwork.
Haig reportedly said, during
his meeting with Shamir, that
there was "no deadline" for
agreement but stressed the im-
portance of making substantial
progress before Israel completes
its withdrawal from Sinai next
April. Haig made similar state-
ments in Cairo.
He told reporters, on his arri-
val at Ben Gurion Airport, that
working teams of Israel, Egypt
and the U.S. had made "im-
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portant progress until now and
that President Reagan has "con-
cluded the time has come to see
whether or not it is possible to
bring about" a breakthrough.
HAID SAID, after meeting
with Begin, that the Reagan Ad-
ministration would be "making
determinations" on its Middle
East policy in the coming weeks
on the basis of the assessments
he makes of his visit to Egypt
and Israel. "We will go home .
and assess the positions we've
heard in both capitals and return
to discuss them further," he told
reporters here.
He said the process of "making
determinations" could include "a
consideration of (appointing) a
high-level negotiator, or we could
consider something different
but hopefully more effective."
It was uncertain whether Haig
planned to return to the region
himself or to have a ranking
American envoy continue the
task. He made it apparent that he
did not intend to present prop-
osals of his own on this trip and
regards it as a fact-finding mis-
sion and a boost to the lagging
autonomy talks.
"We didn't come here with any
formuale. We're here to be a cata-
lyst, a full partner," Haig said.
He said that the U.S., having
been intimately involved in the
talks so far, was fully ijware of
the "important differenced" that
divide the parties.
He said Washington is "seek-
ing to contribute to the mo-
mentum of progress with a view
toward, hopefully, having an
early agreement, but without
deadlines, of course."
THE SECRETARY'S session
with Begin was partly in private
conversation. They were joined
later by their aides and other
ministers. Haig confirmed re-
ports that he would be sending
Nicholas Veliotes, Assistant
Secretary for Near Eastern and
South Asian Affairs and a former
Ambassador to Jordan, to
Amman to sound out the Jor-
danians on the possibility that
they might reverse their negative
attitude toward the Camp David
peace process.
Kol Israel Radio reported that
during the Haig-Shamir meeting
the Israelis remained adamantly
negative on the issue of voting
rights for East Jerusalem Arabs
in the autonomy elections. Sha-
mir angrily dismissed a sugges-
tion made by former Premier
Yitzhak Rabin in a position paper
prepared for discussion by the
Labor Party's Central Com-
mittee, that Jerusalem Arabs be
allowed to vote in nearby town-
ships such as Bethlehem but noi
to run for election themselves in
West Bank localities.
Shamir said Israel was not
proposing to make any further
concessions. He charged that
proposals by Rabin and other
opposition leaders "weakened our
image." Rabin made it clear that
his views were his own.
Apparently they are not shared
by Labor Party Chairman Shimon *
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15
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L Hillcrest community and the State of Israel Bonds honored Vicki
Lvmond at a cocktail reception at the Hillcrest Country Club on
'"ember 17, 1981. Pictured are: (left to right) Chairman Milton
linograd. Vicki Raymond, Joe Raymond, and Guest Speaker Itzhak
homron.
tbe Parker Towers Israel Bond Committee held a Night for Israel on
Jhrember IB. 1981. Honored at the reception was Jack Feinglass,
Ithird from left) who was presented with the Israel Scroll of Honor.
Pictured with Feinglass are: (left to right) Rabbi Carl Klein of the
llallundale Jewish Center, Mrs. Jack Feinglass. Robert Feinglass and
Se\ mour Fendell, Chairman of the event.
Douglas and Joan Gross (right) received the State of Israel's City of
Peace Award at the annual Temple Solel State of Israel Bonds Tribute
Dinner held in their honor. The Grosses were recognized for their long
involvement in Jewish communal affairs and for their dedication to Is-
rael through the Israel Bonds program. The Award was presented by
Kabbi Robert P. Fra/in. Temple Solel's spiritual leader (left), and
Barry Farbcr, a well known radio commentator, journalist and author.
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Plaza Towers
The Plaza Towers Israel Bond
Committee has announced it will
hold a Night for Israel on Thurs-
day, Jan. 28, in the Clubhouse,
according to Group Chairmen
Max Taraza. Ruth Suss and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Deutsch.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Garson
and Helen Fromm will each re-
ceive the Israel Scroll of Honor.
Taraza and Suss stated that,
"the Garsons are being honored
for their involvement in various
Jewish causes." The Garsons are
members of Temple Beth El, and
both are active in B'nai B'rith
and Hadassah. Helen Fromm is
also a deserving honoree, accord-
ing to the Deutschs. She is chair-
man of the Israel Bond drive for
the Hallandale Chapter of
Hadassah. and is past president
and founding member of the
Plaza Towers Hadassah.
Entertainment will be provided
by F.mil Cohen, noted American-
Jewish Humorist.
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest Community will
have a Date with Israel on
Thursday, Jan. 28, in the Play-
dium. according to Chairman
Harvey Fell. Fell also announced
that appearing at the Israel Bond
reception will be humorist Eddie
Schaffer.
Schaffer has appeared on stage
and screen, end is also a radio
talk show host. He has appeared
on the Ed Sullivan Show, and has
made movies with Jerry Lewis.
Frank Sinatra and Anthony
Quinn.
On radio, Schaffer has been
heard over WKAT in Miami,
where he has done a celebrity in-
terview program. Fell calls
Schaffer "a noted nightclub en-
tertainer," based on a reputation
built at the Copacabana. Gros-
singers and the Concord. Ap-
pearing with Schaffer will be
Larry Stang, noted song stylist.
Sea Air Towers
Benjamin and Rose Rabinow-
itz will be honored when Sea Air
Towers holds a Night For Israel
on Jan. 31. in the Social Hall, the
Sea Air Towers Israel Bond
Committee announced today.
Chairmen Irving Fife, Abra-
ham Mallet and George Schnei-
derman indicated the couple is
being honored for a long dedica-
tion to various Jewish philan-
thropic and service groups. The
Rabinowitzs have been active in
UJ A, the Hallandale Jewish Cen-
ter. B'nai B'rith. ORT. City of
Hope and Israel Bonds.
Appearing at the reception will
be Emil Cohen, noted Jewish-
American Humorist.
NCJWMeeting
National Council of Jewish
Women, Hollywood Section, will
hold a general meeting at Temple
Sinai, 1201 Johnson St., Feb. 1 at
12:30 p.m. Randy Brock and
Pearl Siegel will discuss, "Mental
Health is for Everybody." For
further information, call 923-
4286.
'Tevye's New York'
At Beth Shalom
Temple Beth Shalom of Holly-
wood is presenting "Tevye's New
York. New York by their own
group cf performers. The Beth
Shalom Flayers' third annual
production will run from Feb. 27
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