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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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Hollywood, Fla

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

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oftljeYear
JFS director captures Florida title
By STEVE KATON
If not for boating, Broward County's
vish Family Service might not hold
distinction of being the home of
hrida's 1983 Social Worker of the Year.
'Captain" Sherwin (Sherry) H.
penstein, executive director, is to be
arded that honor Tuesday, March 8,
j-ing a statewide meeting of the
tional Association of Social Workers.
very year in Connecticut, Rosenstein says,
j would lament putting the boat up on blocks
Bix months. Finally, our love for boating
id this move to Florida."
hut was nearly six years ago, when he won the
Jewish Family Service of Broward County
executive post. The Rosensteins his wife is
Sallie. an artist who is exhibiting this vear in
Miami and New York, and their daughter and son
had been living in Bridgeport, Conn., where
Kosenstein was executive at JFS.
Tuesday night's cocktail party honoring
Rosenstein is scheduled for the Gathering
restaurant on E. Sunrise Boulevard. It begins at
5:30 and is open to the public.
Jewish Family Service of Broward County,
with its new southern offices at 4517 Hollywood
Blvd., is a beneficiary agency of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward, the Federation of
Ft. Laudetdale and the United Way.
The new JFS offices in South Broward, where it
employs 10 counselors, has two graduate
Continued on Page 4
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tACTICING their phone techniques for
per Sunday, March 13, are (from left) Dr.
graham Dokson, Janie Berman, E. Joel Weiss
chairman with Ronald Rothchild of the
-Israel
Americans favor state
4-1, Gallop poll shows
By YITZHAK RAJBI
SW YORK (JTA) The American public con-
s to support Israel more than the Arab nations, ac-
ig to a new Gallop poll released by the American
3h Committee, which commissioned the study,
poll was conducted by the Gallop organization be-
Jan. 21-30, with a nationally representative sample
[515 adults aged 18 and older. Those who were polled
r asked:
i the Mideast situation, are sympathies of the American pub-
[sympathies more with Israel Uc toward Israel had returned to
pre with the Arab nation?" the pre-Lebanon crisis propor-
Rndings showed that the Contfanad On Page 16
Jewish Federation of South Broward event) and
Joyce Newman. All calls will emanate from
Federation headquarters, 2719 Hollywood
Blvd.
Sharon
shuffle
illegal?
By DAVID LANDAU
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JERUSALEM A
number of Israeli legal ex-
perts have challenged At-
torney General Yitzhak
Zamir's view that Ariel
Sharon's resignation as de-
fense minister was an ade-
quate fulfillment of the
Commission of Inquiry's
recommendation. Israel's
two leading independent
morning newspapers,
Ha'aretz and the Jerusalem
Post, echoed this view.
Both papers, in editorials
written prior to Tuesday's Knes-
set ratification of the Cabinet's
decision that Sharon remain in
the government as minister-
without-portfolio, attacked that
decision and challenged Zamir's
view. Academic legal scholars,
including former Supreme Court
Justice Zvi Berenson, also con-
tended that Sharon ought to
resign totally from the Cabinet in
full compliance with the commis-
sion's recommendation.
The commission stated that
Sharon should "draw the appro-
priate personal conclusions
Continued on Page 4
AUTHOR! AUTHOR! Metropolitan Pacesetter chairmen Dr. Samuel and
Linda Winn (left) and Dr. Murray and Lila Zedeck surround guest speaker
Michael Medved before last week's event. See Page 3 for details of his speech.



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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 4,1983
Buswoman's holiday
tours two agencies,
ends at Federation
Metropolitan, Grandview and
West area members and friends
of the Women's Division, Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
recently toured two Federation
agencies, in addition to hearing
three speakers at JFSB.
First stop was the Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged
at Douglas Gardens, where par-
ticipants heard the story of the
JFSB-sponsored agency from its
executive director, Fred Hirt.
Then it was on to the Jewish
High School of South Florida.
also in Miami, where Rabbi Louis
Herring, principal; and Judy
Armstrong, admissions director
for High School in Israel, spoke.
Last stop for the bus passen-
gers was the Federation, where
tourists heard Sherwin Rosen-
stein, director of Jewish Family
Services; Ed Finkelstein, director
of the Jewish Comunity Centers
of South Broward; and Barbara
Rosenberg, hostess chairwoman
of Kehillah.
ROLLING WITH FEDERATION Tejfrom left) Brt .^"ftj^ dKJo!
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Friday. March 4, 1983
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
Practice what you preach, parents told
By STEVE KATON
When your son was 12
you took him to study the
Torah in order to prepare
for his bar mitzvah.
For about a month before
the big event, the rabbi re-
quired that he attend Sat-
urday morning services .
jajat to see what it was like.
You dropped him off on the
way to the supermarket, or
to play golf.
The bar mitzvah went just fine.
He had his big day. He became a
Jew.
Or did he?
When he reached 21 and de-
cided to marry, it was not to a
Jewish young women. "How
i-btld you do this to us?'* you
shouted when he brought her
home (your home) for the first
time.
Actually, he did not "do this to
you." You did it to yourself.
When you told your son that you
were always such a committed
Jew, was it true? Or was it
paying lip service?
Michael Medved, author of
several very-good-selling books,
told the above story to the 200
Jewish Federation of South
Broward supporters who at-
tended the annual Metropolitan
Pacesetters dinner-dance at Tem-
Author addresses Federation's Metro Pacesetters
TWO-HUNDRED South Broward Federation supporters jam
pie Beth Torah in North Miami
Beach.
Last week's event raised
$80,000 more than had been an-
ticipated.
It also raised some nagging
thoughts, exemplified by Med-
ved's bar mitzvah story.
The author of "What Really
Happened to the Class of '65,"
"The Shadow Presidents" and
"Hospital" said the first step
toward establishing a Jewish
identity is through Federation.
V
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7, mon&ay
8, Tuesday
10, thuRstay
13. Sunday
14-15. monoay
anotuesoay
16. Wednesday
20. Sunday
Hillcrest Chapter of Hadassah
meets at 12 noon at the Playdium;
call 966-2024.
William Gralnick, director of
Southeast Region of the
American Jewish Congress,
speaks on "Israel Through My
Eyes'" at 8 p.m. at Temple Sinai,
1201 Johnson St., Hollywood.
Arthur Teitelbaum, director of the
Anti-Defamation League, speaks
on "How Misinformed Are You?"
at Israel Information Night at
7:30 p.m. at Temple Solel, 5100
Sheridan St., Hollywood.
College Prep Night, sponsored by
Temple Solel Sisterhood and
NCJW (Hills Section), will hear
Jim Byer of Pinecrest School at
8 p.m. at the temple.
SUPER SUNDAY
The Kay Stevens Show will be
performed at Temple Sinai
at 8 p.m.
Rummage Sale, Sisterhood of
Temple Israel of Miramar;
call 961-1700.
Seminar for Today's Woman,
co-sponsored by the Gold Coast
South Home Health Services and
Hollywood Medical Center,
9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the hospital;
call 966-4500.
First Aliyah Conference,
Temple Israel. 137 NE19 St..
Miami; call 1-573-2556.
tH "
Your Community Calendar welcomes news of your Jewish
oriented organization. All meetings, times end their locations,
should be directed to Steve Katon, associate editor, at the Jewish
Federation of South Broward, 2719 Hollywood Blvd. Calendar
information must be received at last two weeks before publication
data.
Michael Medved
"Congress is waiting for us
(the fundraising arm of Jewish
people) to fall on our faces,"
Medved said. Don't you think
they don't check to see how much
money is raised for Israel and the
local Jewish communities, he
added.
"Jewish life in America literal-
ly depends on your pledge," the
author said. "And giving of 10
percent is Jewish tradition."
The writer, who donates all of
his speaking engagement fees to
the Jewish cause, said:
"Part of being a Jew today
means that we may be forced into
seeing world events from a little
different perspective. Being
Jewish means a commitment to
the survival of the Jewish State,
and that being Jewish will not
stop with us."
Medved said he worries about
three D's:
Dispersion, defeatism and
double standard.
On dispersion, he said today's
young Jews are growing up in
radically different circumstances
than he did. There are no strong-
holds of Judaism left in Flatbuah,
Brooklyn, N.Y.; or the Chicago
or Philadelphia or Miami Beach
suburbs.
Today "we must pass on Juda-
ism through head and heart by
direct commitment," Medved
said. "We cannot depend on the
neighborhood to do it for us."
On defeatism, the author said a
lot of Jews believe that fighting
for Judaism and Israel is "a lost
cause." "We are only 2.6 percent
of the American population, why
bother?" he asked.
Hillel on the college campuses
of America must be supported.
"We must fight those forces that
would eliminate Judaism," Med-
ved said.
On foreign aid, he said many
like to portray Israel as the major
beneficiary of U.S. funds. This is
true, the writer, who founded a
religious school in California,
said. But look at what the United
States is getting for its money:
the strongest stronghold of dem-
ocracy in the world.
Medved contended that a few
Jews can speak in a loud voice:
It's not what you feel but the in-
tensity with which you feel it.
Politics work on the basis of self-
interest of the politicians, Med-
ved said.
This last statement is proved,
Medved added, by the fact that
80 percent of the American
people favor control of guns. Yet,
they are not controlled. The
power of a few is law. and the will
of many is not.
The third "D," double stan-
dard, is best illustrated by the
bar mitzvah story already told.
"What you (the Jewish commu-
nity of South Broward) do,"
Medved told his audience, "will
keep alive or doom the Jewish life
in America."
Medved said that in 1954
"Look" magazine printed a front-
page article telling of the vanish-
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Volume 13
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Number 5
MIDEAST DIALOGUE Gideon Samet, U.S.
correspondent of Ha'aretz, (right) and Ghassan K.
Bishara. Washington correspondent for the Arab daily Al-
Fajr, undoubtedly will cross swords Sunday, March 6, at 8
p.m. at Temple Beth El in Hollywood. The Israeli-
Palestinian dialogue is being sponsored by the Com-
munity Relations Committee, Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Sharon 'ouster'
according to law?
Continued from Page 1
arising out of the defects revealed
with regard to the manner in
which he discharged the duties of
his office" at the time of the mas-
sacre at the Shatila and Sabra
refugee camps in West Beirut.
The commission also recom-
mended that should Sharon fail
to draw the appropriate conclu-
sions, the prime minister should
"consider whether" to dismiss
him from the Cabinet under the
appropriate section of the law.
Zamir held that by relinquish-
ing the defense portfolio, al-
though staying in the Cabinet,
Sharon had drawn the appropri-
ate conclusion; therefore,
Premier Menachem Begin was
justified in deciding that he need
not dismiss Sharon altogether.
This was implicit in the latitude
the commission gave Begin to
"consider whether" to dismiss
him, the attorney general said.
But some legal experts claim
Sharon's resignation did not, in
fact, officially constitute a resig-
nation. They pointed out that, by
law, Sharon's resignation from
the Defense Ministry meant that
he had resigned from the Cabinet.
According to Article 17 of Is-
rael's Basic Law (the Israeli
equivalent of a constitution), the
Cabinet as a whole decides on the
reshuffling of portfolio, not any
Mai) of tl)G Year:
Sherry FJosensteii)
Continued from Page 1
students from Barry College working and has
three volunteers in its Medicare legal referral and
facilitation program.
In all, Rosenstein has 26 employees at the three
J FS locations in Broward.
The JFS director still enjoys getting involved
in counseling, but admits that his real social work
is very limited because of all the administrative
work he must do.
One perplexing problem Jewish Family Service
faces on a daily basis, Rosenstein says, is to
whom JFS's very limited welfare money should
go-
"The dilemma is: Should it go to needy families
who have lived 'x' amount of time in Broward
County ... or should we follow the rabbinical
teaching that a Jew is Jew and out-of-towners
deserve the same consideration as local people?"
the JFS exec asks.
The answer Jewish Family Service most often
comes up with is compromise.and balance.
In Connecticut, Rosenstein was credited with
developing and conducting innovative programs
for pre-adjudicated delinquents, a special tran-
sportation program for the elderly and a training
single minister, even the prime
minister.
The legal experts argued that
the wording of the commission's
recommendation regarding
Sharon could be interpreted by
strict legalists as providing a
loophole to cirmumvent Article
17. By having the Cabinet accept
the recommendation in principle,
while it did not act as a body to
decide the re-assigning of the
defense portfolio, they argued,
the law could be circumvented.
Zamir, however, was supported
by one of his predecessors, Moshe
Ben-Ze'ev, and by former Cabinet
minister and longtime chairman
of the Knesset Law Committee
Zerah Warhaftig of the National
Religious Party, Justice Minister
Moshe Nissim also held that the
meaning of the inquiry commis-
sion's recommendation was that
Sharon should be removed onty
from his defense post, not from
the Cabinet as such.
In support of his interpreta-
tion, Nissim cited the panel's use
of the phrase, "draw the appro-
priate personal conclusions." The
commission could have stated
that Sharon should "resign from
the Cabinet," Nissim pointed
out, but it did not. Its choice of
language, he insisted, was delib-
erate.
program for the Suicide Telephone Volunteer
Program.
In 1971 he was honored as Man of the Year by
the Greater Mental Health Association of,
Bridgeport.
In Broward, Rosenstein is credited with
developing the Medicare referral service, a
Widowed Persons Service, and he has been pub-
lished in "Corrective Psychiatry" and the "Jour-
nal of Social Therapy."
To gain the nomination to be Social Worker of
the Year, the JFS executive was elected
Broward's 1983 Social Worker of the Year by the
county's membership.
To demonstrate the 30-year social worker'tr
sense of humor, he tells of the "feast or famine" of
his position. Around holiday time, he says, every
Hadassah, every B'nai B'rith organization, every
temple men's club suddenly realizes the poor and
needy need help.
"There is such an outpouring of generosity
during Passover, we actually have to turn away a
lot of organizations anxious to help," Rosenstein
says.
"Now where are they when we need them?"
"You know what a problem it is to store 75
frozen turkeys after every needy person we can
think of has gotten one?"
She's cared for.
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Yonah is 107 years old. Or 108.
Nobody knows for sure at the mal ben (retirement home) in
Israel. But no matter how old, Yonah is being cared for.
And cared for well.
Your dollars pledged to the United Jewish Appeal-Jewish
Federation of South Broward on Super Sunday, March 13, can
make the difference between life and death.
Give...To Life!
If you have a new address or
are planning to move, please let
us know. Also, if you know some
folks who are not now receiving
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Friday. March 4,1983
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 5
1 of 3 at high school makes the honor roil
The Jewish High School of
South Florida, in its second year
of existence, announces that 32
percent of its student body has
achieved honor roll status. A stu-
dent must maintain grade point
average of a at least 3.0 to be on
the honor roll.
A high honor roll has been es-
tablished for those students who
earn grade point averages of 3.5
or better. A total of 17 percent
earned high honor roll status for
the first semester of the 1982-83
school year. They are:
Jamie Dell, Julia Epstein,
Viviana Fraiman, Ariela Halber-
stein, Daniel Katz, Jacob Kiriaty,
Hedy Kloda, Gary Mars, Shana
Morganstern, Jonathan 1'assik,
Gary Plotkin, Elena Roth, David
Rothenberg, Marty Scheck, Jay
Seinfeld, Yael Simon, Amy Solo-
mon, Evelyn Solomon, Joey Tes-
sone and Elizabeth Toth.
Those students who have
achieved honor roll status are:
Marlene Bedzow, Jodi Dell
Marc Egort, Howard Fellman
Roy Fleischer, Adam Gordon
Shari Herzberg. Sandra Huzen
man, Larry Jaffe, Jennifer Levin
Jonathan Lipson, Michael Mai
sel, Dina Polanski, Sandra Rich
ter, Stuart Ro'senthal, Julie
'Sazant, Steven Schwartz,
Nathalie Sebag, Amy Seinfeld
and David Wolf.
The school is a beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Miami, the Jewish
Federation of South Broward and
the Jewish Federation of Fort
Lauderdale. It is also sponsored
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Friday, March 4,1983
Knesset member to speak to Emerald Hills crowd
Knesset member Ehud
Olmert, who won a seat in
Israel's parliament 10 years
ago when he was only 28
years old, is to address the
Emerald Hills Division,
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, on Tuesday,
March 15.
According to Nelson
Dembs, chairman. Emerald
Hills, and Paul Sigel, chair-
man, Grandview, the
event is to begin at ti p.m.
with cocktails, and dinner
is at 7. The Emerald Hills
Country Club will be the
site of the Federation's
1983 Campaign function.
Olmert, a member of the La'am
faction of the Likud Party, which
is led by Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin, served with Gen.
Ariel Sharon as a military corres-
pondent during the Yom Kippur
War in 1973.
In recent years, Olmert has
been dispatched on numerous
information missions as a rep-
resentative of the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs.
Five other fund-raising events
are planned by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward for
SUNDAY, MARCH 6.
AT 9:30 A.M., COLONY
POINT'S 1983 United Jewish
Appeal-Jewish Federation of
South Broward Campaign will
sponsor a complimentary break-
fast.
According to Chairman Jerry
Bocian, supporters of the "Chai,
To Life" campaign will hear
noted Israeli Israel Amitai.
Amitai. a Sabra. served in the
Haganah. World War II and with
the Jewish Agency in cooperation
with the British government. He
fought for Israel's independence,
achieving the rank of captain
with the IDF.
He now is an expert in mass
building.
The complimentary brunch will
be served in the north social hall.
ON SUNDAY, MARCH 13,
MEADOWBROOK residents
will honor" Debby and Aaron
Smilow. The complimentary
breakfast, courtesy of the 1983
UJA-Jewish Federation of South
Broward Campaign, will be
served at 10 a.m.
Ehud Olmert
communications, producing and
directing TV programs, and
travels the world. He speaks six
languages.
AT 10 A.M., residents of
AQUARIUS will gather in the
Cascade Room to celebrate their
Jewish heritage, courtesy of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. Chairman is Lewis E.
Cohn. The Habimah Players are
to perform. Guest speaker will be
Israeli Ambassador Benjamin
Varom.
ALSO AT 10 A.M., AVANT
GARDE will honor Clara
Wiessman during a UJA-Jewish
Federation of South Broward
Campaign breakfast. Chairman
Irving Rubin reminds all that
Israel expert Jerry Gleekel is set
to speak.
AT 10:30 A.M., SEA EDGE
will express its solidarity with
fellow Jews the world over at a
complimentary breakfast at
Riviera Motel. The UJA-Federa-
tion function' will be chaired by
Herman Schulman. Co-chairmen
are Bert Shapiro and Nellie
Lerner.
AT 11 A.M., GOLDEN HORN
will hear Summer G. Kaye,
executive director of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Chairmen at Golden Horn are
Michael R. Schlander, north
building: and Louis Levin, south
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According to Chairman Jack
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noted Israel expert Jerry Gleekel.
ON SUNDAY, MARCH 20,
GOLDEN BAY TOWERS will
honor resident Jerome Gevinnan
at a complimentary breakfast
beginning at 11 a.m.
According to Meyer Kaplan,
UJA-Jewish Federation of South
Broward 1983 Campaign chair-
man at Golden Bay, a speaker
has not yet been secured, but will
be announced in the next
Campaign '83 column.
Blitstein to keynote Chavarut Lunch
Highly knowledgeable on sub-
jects concerning Israel, J
Frederic Blitstein of Key Bis-
cayne and Tel Aviv is to keynote
the 1983 Chavarut luncheon.
According to Delia Rosenberg,
chairwoman of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
Women's Division event Mon-
day, March 7, at the Eden Roc.
Blitstein has his doctorate in
government and urban studies, is
president of an environmental
planning company and also is
president of real estate develop-
ing firm.
His company is planning Is-
rael's first marina-townhouse
community in the Mediterranean
HOLLYBROOK Dinner Co-
Chairperson Lillian Weil re-
ports the annual HoUybrook
dinner for UJA-Jewish
Federation of South Brow-
ard, held recently at Temple
Beth Torah, represented a
total of $62,000, just from
150 contributors attending.
Total to date from Holly-
brook, Mrs. Weil reports, is
$140,000. Annual dinner co-
chairperson is Ruth Gold-
berg.
resort city of Caesarea.
Blitstein is a former professor
of international relations, spe-
cializing in the Middle East. His
many affiliations with Jweish
organizations include political
adviser to the Israeli consul
general. Florida: being a member
of numerous Anti-Defamation
committees, and being on the
board of the America-Israel
Chamber of Commerce.
He is married to a Sabra, a kib-
butznik.
On the entertainment program,
Mrs. Rosenberg reports Rhoda
Moss, singer and comedienne,
will perform.
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Kehillah Brunch ...for the 'Women Who Care'
"There is a type of woman who
cannot remain at home. In spite
of the place her children and
family fill in her life, her nature
demands something more; she
cannot divorce herself from the
larger social life. She cannot let
her children narrow her horizon.
For such a woman there is no
rest."
Golda Meir
The Women's Division, Jewish
Federation of South Broward,
invites all its members and
friends to its second annual Keh-
illah Champagne Brunch for the
"Women Who Care."
The event on Thursday, March
17, will begin at 10 a.m. at
Emerald Hills Country Club,
4100 North Hills Drive, Holly-
wood, according to its chairwom-
an, Arlene Ray and Janie Ber-
man.
Minimum commitment to the
Women's Division is $100, and
^uest speaker is to be Dr. Yis-
chak Ben-Gad, deputy mayor of
Netanya, Israel, who will speak
on "The PLO and Israel... Is a
Dialogue Possible?"
More than 200 women are ex-
pected at Kehillah, the chair-
women report. Kehillah means
community in Hebrew, and the
WD event celebrates what the
South Broward community is
doing through Federation on a
local, national and global level.
Stressing the message of com-
munity, Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Ber-
man would like to thank the
women with whom they have
been working on Kehillah. "It
truly would not have been possi-
ble without them," the chair-
women say.
Hostesses for Kehillah are
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Terry Greenberg, Beverly Hol-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 4,1983
You make the difference
Paying pledges early actually raises value
Supporters of the South Brow
ard Jewish community and the
State of Israel actually can in-
crease the amount they contrib-
ute by being prompt.
So says Elaine Pittell, new
chairperson of the Cash Collec-
tion Committee, Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward. Accord-
ing to Mrs. Pittell, pledges to the
JFSB increase dramatically when
paid early in the year.
The new Cash Collection Com-
mittee leader says that in addi-
tion to the depreciating value of
the dollar, as it applies to pledges
"we are talking in the neighbor-
hood of 20 percent value."
In financial parlance, this
means if a contributor pledges
$1,000 to the Jewish Federation
of South Broward and does not
pay his pledge until the end of the
year (say 12 months after the
pledge), there is a net loss of
about $200.
The $1,000 pledge becomes
MOO.
"Moreover." Mrs. Pittell say.-,
"the Federation needs that
money so it can forward it to Is-
rael and pay its commitment to
local agencies, like the JCC and
Jewish Family Services."
Receiving pledges and :nakin^
thrm good in the form ol cash
as expeditiously as possible
"makes the entire 'giving'
process easier," the leader adds.
Allocations already committed
to local agencies, national
agencies and to the betterment of
social, economic and welfare pro-
gram's in Israel must be made on
a prompt basis.
Mrs. Pittell, whose husband,
Robert, is immediate past presi-
dent of the Federation, brings to
her new position more than a
dozen years of experience in
many areas of JFSB endeavors.
Her appointment was made by
Ben Salter, Federation president.
Mrs. Pittell says, "A primary
goal of this committee is to edu-
cate our contributors to the need
for maintaining a steady cash
flow. Local agency payrolls must
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TAKE THE TRIP YOU
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Or Cologne. It makes no difference. "Next year in Jerusalem,"
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Holly wood
Friday. March 4,1983
Legacy and Endowment scrutinized by N.Y. adviser
_*-
By MICHAEL J. MOSKOWITZ
The Legacy and Endowment
Fund, Jewish Federation of
South Broward, last week hosted
Norman Sokoloff, consultant to
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions Endowment Team in New
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Sokoloff came to the area as
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Legacy and Endowment
programs in South Florida. In
Hollywood, his mission was two-
fold:
First, he wanted to check the
status of the Legacy and Endow-
ment Fund, and second, he of-
fered a blueprint for growth at a
meeting of the fund's board of
trustees.
Among Sokoloff s suggestions
were:
a) In order to achieve the
transition from the fund's
"takeoff or infant position in the
community to that of an
organization which will receive
broad-based support, a more
formal structure will be required.
b) Now is the time to formulate
the policies that will govern the
development of fund solici-
tations, day-to-day adminis-
tration and, particularly, in-
vestment of the fund portfolio.
c) Implementing points a) and
b) require solid long-range
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dividuals who have the person-
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the fund, professionals who can
assist with advice-problems that
arise in the field of charitable
taxation, and finance-minded
individuals who can participate
in the long-range financial ob-
jectives of fund assets.
d) In every community where
fund programs are successful,
fund leadership is considered an
elite group. This must occur in
Hollywood to insure the stability
of both the fund and the Jewish
community at large.
e| The boards of Jewish
Federation of South Broward, its
constituent agencies and its
affiliated agencies have the moral
obligation to catalyze fund work
in South Broward by committing
themselves to executing the
Letter of Intent Program.
Sokoloff concluded by noting
that South Broward has
examples of fund nrocrams from
all over the United States to
guide it.
The South Broward Jewish
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 4,1963
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'Silent no more
Soviet Jewry update1
SOVIET JEWRY South Broward s own U.S. Rep. Larry Smith meets Jerry Goodman,
executive director of the National Conference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ), at a recent inaugural
briefing of the 98th congressional class. The Soviet Jewry class is designed to promote
congressional involvement on behalf of the Jewish majority in the USSR. A total of 11 of the 80
newly elected members on Congress are members.
Pfttells will attend Soviet Jewry talks
Dr. Robert and Elaine Pittell
will be representing the South
Broward community and its Jew-
ish Federation March 14-17 at the
Third International Conference of
Soviet Jewry in Jerusalem.
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward activists he's
past president and she's past
president of the Community Re-
lations Committee will take
part in the intensive discussions
which have as their theme: "Let
My People Go."
Originally scheduled in Octo-
ber in Paris, the time and site was
changed because of security rea-
sons, the Pit tells say.
More than 200 delegates repre-
senting some 50 communities
throughout the United States are
Sharansky ends nearly
5-month hunger strike
expected in Jerusalem. Promi-
nent public figures from many
countries are to participate, in-
cluding those representing
government, arts and letters, en-
tertainment, academia and the
sciences.
Relatives of Prisoners of Con-
science, divided families, as well
as POC's and activists, are ex-
pected to add a most meaningful
dimension to the historic gather-
ing.
IOSEF BEGUN is still incar-
cerated in Vladimir Prison awak-
ing trial. Recently, INNA met
with the investigator of Begun's
case, who promised her a note
from him conditional upon her
"cooperation." He threatened her
with imprisonment if she con-
tinues to refuse to cooperate.
Inna left Begun a package, and
was informed again that she is
under investigation.
POC VLADIMIR KISLIK
wrote to friends in France .
"I've been in Zdanov for the past
10 months. I work as a quality
controller at an iron and concrete
plant. I live in housing for people
released on condition that they
work, under police surveillance
. you know that my main goal
is to see the members of my
family, and I have never lost
and do not lose hope for that.
Please convey my deep gratitude
to the french scientists and to
other friends who are interested
in my fate."
Former POC BORIS
CHERNOBILSKYs application
to emigrate was not accepted by
OVIR. on the pretext that his
wife LEAH's parents disap-
proved of their emigration plans.
MARK HASHPITZ of
Strunino was involved in a car
accident recently. His wife was
injured and is still suffering from
shock. Send letters to: USSR-
RSFSR Vladimirskaya Oblast
601601-Gorod Strunino-ul.
Osipenko 17-Nashpitz, Mark and
Ludmilla.
The apartment of YEVGENY
KOIFMAN of Dniepropretovsk
was searched bv the KGB who
said they were looking for drugs.
It seems that an 18-year-old who
was arrested in the town for pos-
sessing drugs said that he had
gotten them from Koifman.
When Koifman's home was
searched, some preserves and
powdered fruit juke were re-
moved for examination. He has
not been charged yet, but there is
a fear that the police might pre-
tend to have found drugs in the
samples they took from his
apartment. This happened before
in Kiev when STANISLAV
ZUBKO was arrested.
STANISLAV ZUBKO. a
doctor of chemical sciences from
Kiev serving a four-year sentence
for allegedly possessing firearms
and hashish, has been moved
from a camp in the Ukraine to:
USSR, 342228, Donetskaya
Oblast. Telmanovsky rayon,
Myrnoe. 1-OE 312-1-9-92 ZUBKO
STANISLAV.
By JTA Report
NEW YORK Imprisoned
Soviet Jewish activist Anatoly
Sharansky, currently completing
the fifth year of a 13-year sen-
tence at the notorious Chistipol
Prison, has ended his nearly five-
month hunger strike to protest
the denial ol mail and visits from
members of his family, privileges
allowed to other prisoners, the
Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewrv and the Union of Councils
of Soviet Jews confirmed here.
According to the SSSJ and the
UCSJ, this information was re-
vealed in a letter Sharansky
wrote dated Feb. 7 and received
by his mother, Ida Milgrom, in
Moscow, that he had resumed
eating on Jan. 14. Since then, the
letter said, he has been receiving
food with vitamins and slowly re-
gaining some weight. But
Sharansky wrote that he con-
tinues to suffer from severe heart
pains and is unable to participate
in the half hour of daily exercise
in the prison courtyard, which is
the only exercise the inmates re-
ceive, the Soviet Jewish groups
reported.
Sharansky ended his hunger
strike, which he began on Sept.
27, after he received two heavily
censored notes from his mother
who in January tried in vain to
see personally. According to pub-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 4,1963
Mrs. B. finally talks up.. .and Mr. B. listens
n.
Mr. and Mrs. B., a couple in
their mid-509 who live in Holly-
wood, came to Jewish Family
Service with < marital problems.
Mr. B. initially insisted that
most of their problems were
caused by his recent back surgery
which incapacitated him so that
he was unable to work for the last
few years.
The couple's reduced income
and the increased time spent to-
gether was surely for him the rea-
son why they were seeking help.
Mrs. B., however, disagreed.
She stated that although they
had three lovely grown children,
there was rarely a time in her
marriage when she talked back of
refuted what her husband would
say or do.
His recent illness, however,
made her more independent,
more confident in herself so that
she finally realized that she had
not been expressing her feelings
over the years.
Within eight sessions, Mr. B.
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of his wife's lack of initiative and
West better friend
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Continued from Page 1'
tions: in favor of Israel, 49 per-
cent; in favor of the Arab na-
tions, 12 percent; 22 percent said
they favored neither Isarel nor
the Arabs, while 17 percent said
they did not know nor have an
answer to the question.
The poll also revealed that per-
sons in higher income brackets
and formal education are more
likely to express sympathy for
Israel. The support for Israel
among college educated persons
was 56 percent, while support for
Israel among those with less than
high school education was only
42 percent.
The findings also shewed that
people in the western part of the
country sympathize more with
Israel (57 percent) than those
who live in the east (46 percent).
The support for Israel among
religious groups in the United
States was highest among Jews
(94 percent) who indicated zero
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Protestants, 52 percent for Israel
and 10 percent for the Arabs; and
Catholics; 43 percent for Israel
and 16 percent for the Arabs.
Persons in the 25-34 age
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other age groups, with 55 percent
in favor of Israel and 11 percent
in support of the Arabs.
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Friday, March 4, 1983
Rep. Smith queries U.S. Mideast stance
WASHINGTON Rep.
Larry Smith (D-Holywoofl), re-
cently appointed to the U.S.
House's Europe and Middle East
Subcommittee, sharply ques-
tioned Nicholas Veliotes, assis-
tant secretary of state for Near
Eastern and South Asian affairs,
last week at the first hearing of
the subcommittee.
Veliotes briefed the committee
on the progress of the peace
negotiations in Lebanon, which
he said are progressing despite
the complicated nature of the is-
sues involved. The assistant
secretary explained that in Leba-
non there is a varied population
and religious makeup which
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munity Relations Committee, the
program also is being conducted
through the auspices of the Da-
vid Ben Gurion Culture Club and
the Children of Survivors.
Paul Orland. chairman of the
Holocaust Subcommittee, CRC,
is serving as organizer of the
event. Working with him are Carl
Rosenkopf, Cantor Joseph Piot
kowski. Rabbi Carl Klein, Feder-
ation President Ben Salter, Rabbi
Harold Richter, Rabbi Robert
Frazin and Mindelle Ways man
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Smith questioned Veliotes on
the Reagan administration's at-
tempts to force the withdrawal of
Israeli troops without first insur-
ing that PLO and Syrian occupy-
ing forces also withdraw. He
pointed out the legitimate
security requirements of Israel
upon their withdrawal from
Lebanon.
"Without proper security
guarantees, the PLO will re-enter
southern Lebanon and attack
northern Israel once again,"
Smith said.
Smith and other members of
the Subcommittee also chal-
lenged the Reagan Administra-
tion's attempts to "link" the
solution of the Lebanese issue
with other issues in the Middle
East. Veliotes denied any
linkage, even though the presi-
dent continues to comment that
the problems in Lebanon, and Is-
rael's unwillingness to leave, are
blocking peace throughout the
region.
"As a result of the perceived
linkage," Smith said, "even more
unfair pressure is placed upon Is
rael in Lebanon."
Specifically, in regard to the
president's Sept. 1 initiative,
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Hussein has never agreed to be a
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HEMISPHERES Chairman Molly Roth shakes hands with Jerry Gleekel, speaker on
least and Israeli affaire, before the start of the United Jewish Appeal-Jewish Federation of
kth Broward 1983 Hemispheres Breakfast. With them is Otto Stieber, overall Beach
lirman.
LLAHAD COURT NOTABLES gather at a recent UJ A-Jewish Federation of South
award breakfast during Campaign '83. Shown are Mort Barns, Milton Kritzer, honorees
irtha and David Lerman, David Ehrlich, Anne Lowe and Joe Perlstein (left to right).
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Friday. March 4, 1983
DESOTO PARK supporters
of the 1983 UJ A-Jewish
Federation of South Bro-
ward Campaign paid tribute
recently to Claire Bernhang
(in picture at right) as Harris
A. Herman presents a
plaque. The presentation
was made during a recent
fund raising breakfast at
DeSoto. at which Sumner G.
Kaye (third from left in
photo at left) spoke. Kaye is
executive director of the
Federation. Also shown are
Condo Chairmen Lawrence
and Ruth Nathan, and Carl
Rosen kopf (right).
QUADOMAIN LEADERS pay tribute to honorees Natalie and Harvey Cohen (second from
left) at a recent United Jewish Appeal-Jewish Federation of South Broward Campaign function.
Congratulating the Cohens at Quadomain are (from left) Chairman Sam Staff, Leon Weisbrod,
Sam Koffler and Nat Sedley.
PARKER DORADO Chairman Mary Liebman looks on as
honoree Norman Lappin accepts a plaque from Irving Kwiat
(right). The UJA-Jewish Federation of South Broward Cam- r
paign breakfast-goers heard Israeli Maj. Gen. Ya'akov Even. _\
MARKING HALLMARK events for the United Jewish
Appeal-Jewish Federation of South Broward are Chairman Bill
Sietels and his wife, Marilyn. The Sietels were photographed
during the recent Hallmark fundraising event for the UJA-
Federation's 1983 Campaign, which was conducted in the
loving memory of Isadora Spielman.
GOLDEN SURF TOWERS honored Ted Chester (center) at its recent UJA-Jewish Federation
of South Broward Campaign breakfast. Shown with the honoree are (from left) Julius Cooper,
Seymour Deutsch, Irving Baum and speaker Jerry Gleekel. Hospitalized, Mrs. Chester could
not attend. The Federation and all her friends wish her a speedy recovery.
GOLDEN VIEW supporters of the UJA-Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1983 Campaign
gathered centlv to honor Rose Orloff with a plaque, showing their appreciation for her
dedicated .ervice to the Jewish community. Presenting the award is Golden View Chairman
Wilhelm Meister, as guest speaker Henry Levy and the honoree's husband. Jack Orloff, (right)
look on.
PRESIDENTIAL TOWERS leaders Mm. Gu. Lipp. and Mrs.
Evelyn Richman (center), co-chairmen, pose with Chairman
Alex Ooldberger before the start of the 1983 UJA-Jewiah
Federation of Soutn Broward Breakfast.


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PARK PLACE UJA-Jewish Federation of South Broward activists celebrate
Campaign '83. From left, they are Lou Singer and Harold Gluck, co-chairmen;
Florence Gluck, Ted Hodes and Lou Fine, co-chairmen; and, seated, Bea Singer
and Lee Fine. Other committee members are Helen Krasnow, Irving and Ruth
Pross. Vivian Levinson, Harold Nestler and Toby Sills.
OLYMPUS' finest supporters of the 1983 UJA-Jewish Federation of South
Broward gather before the beginning of a recent wine and cheese party. Shown,
from left, are Ben Faivus, Co-Chairmen Esther Rosenberg and Samuel Aptner
and Julius Brenner.
TRAFALGAR I workers for the 1983 United Jewish Appeal-Jewish Federation
of South Broward Campaign recently honored two of their own: Hilda Kaplan
(second from left) and Abe Tarler, who could not attend the breakfast. Shown
with Mrs. Kaplan are Trafalgar leaders Al Goldberg, Rosalie and Murray
Oremland and Abe Levine (from left).
HONOREES Miriam and Bernard Medman are ^^.^9^ AM*
from Oceanview Park at a recent brunch I^^.^^9^AjTS
Federation of South Broward Campaign. Presenting the award is Jack
Rosenberg.
TWO HONOREES at Fairways Apartments received their awards at a recent
UJA-Jewish Federation of South Broward breakfast. Pictured are (from left)
Claire Tolins, honorees Bernice Fields and Dorothy Lenz and Anne Gerber.
FAIRWAYS honoree Dorothy Lenz is surrounded by Albert J. Schiro,
chairman of the 1983 United Jewish Appeal-Jewish Federation of South
Broward Campaign at the apartments, and Jerome Gleekel, expert on Israeli
matters, (left) at a breakfast held recently.
PLAZA TOWERS residents serve up solicitation along with cocktails and
buffet as the 1983 UJA-Jewish Federation of South Broward Campaign goes
into full swing. Shown are Irma Deutsch, assisted by Ruth Suss, serving Al
Lefton, Joseph Deutsch and Max Taraza (left).
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OCEANVIEW PARK activists for the 1983 UJA-Jewish Federatio. >f South
Broward Campaign pose before the start of a recent brunch to hoi Miriam
and Bernard Friedman. Pictured, from left, are Nat Cutler, Dr. Abraham R.
Dokson, campaign chairman, and Walter H. Mayer.


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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, March 4,1983
Ask the rabbi
On kosher food ...
At the request of the Jewish Federation of South Broward,
the South Broward Rabbinical Council is providing this column
of learning and information. It is to appear regularly on this
Synagogue Page. Should you have a question you would like a
rabbi to answer, please address, a letter to Rabbi Avrom L.
Dnuin, ,-o.lFSB. 2719 Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood. FL 33020.
By RABBI AVROM L. DRAZIN
Kosher Food Inspector
Broward Consumer Affairs Division
As rabbinic coordinator of this column, I am taking the
liberty of explaining the function of the kosher food inspector in
Broward County.
By law the inspector is obligated to require that anyone
selling foods as kosher obtain a kosher food regulatory license.
Only those merchants who have the proper license may ad-
vertise kosher food for sale, and they must abide by the dietary
laws. The inspector checks kosher merchants to insure that they
are selling only kosher products.
He also inspects non-kosher establishments to insure that
they are not labeling products as kosher.
The inspector is NOT Mashgiach, and does not attest to the
kashrut of any specific establishment. That is left to the
responsibility of the rav ha'machshir (the certifying rabbi).
Because there are several rabbis and rabbinical groups of-
fering supervision, it is up to the customer to check the
reliability of that supervision. Who is the rabbi? Where is he
located? How often does he come into the establishment? Is he
available to answer your questions concerning the kashrut of the
establishment in question?
The answer to these, and any other questions.you might have,
will help you to evaluate whether you will feel confident doing
business with that establishment. I also urge you to contact
your congregational rabbi and heed his advice as to which
merchants he believes are the most dependable. The final
decision as to where you will purchase your kosher food, and
where you will eat out, is yours.
Absolutely nobody is authorized to state that he or she is
"supervised by Rabbi Drazin" or the "Rabbi Drazin is our
mashgiach." They may state that they are licensed by the
county, or inspected by the county, because anyone may obtain
a license if he or she is willing to sell only kosher food and abide
by the kosher food section of the Bn ward County Consumer
Protection Ordinance. This could include merchants who are
open on the shabbat.
Should you have any questions, complaints or desire any
further information, I can be reached at the Consumer Affairs
Division, Broward County, 765-5306.
Hillcrest will welcome 350 to seder
Hillcrest Country Club is pre-
paring for 350 Passover seder
participants about one-third
children on March 28 begin-
ning at 6:30p.m.
Leading this year's services
will be Rabbi Cantor S. Sterling
Zahn of Miami, who, according to
Hillcrest organizers, has specific
ideas on what is said and done
during the seder.
He requires men, women and
children to take part in the serv-
ices. Children at Hillcrest,
basically a retirement commu-
nity, make the holidays very
special, the Hillcresters say.
The rabbi-cantor will relate the
modern-day plight of the Soviet
JNF to fete
Pritchers
The Jewish National Fund in
conjunction with Temple Beth El
will honor Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Pritcher with a brunch-reception
Sunday, March 6, in Tobin Audi-
torium at 11:30 a.m.
This reception is to be used as
a vehicle to collect donations to
replenish the trees in Israel lost
because of Arab missiles.
The Pritchers have been de-
voted and faithful members of
Temple Beth El for years: they
are enthusiastic and dedicated
participants in numerous philan-
thropic organizations and
staunch supporters of Israel.
Speaker will be Jacques
Torczyner, five-term president of
the Zionist Organization of
America and president of the
World Union of General Zionists.
There is no admission charge.
Jew to the biblical flight of the
Jews from Egyptian slavery.
For more information about
Broadway Daze
starts March 5
The Beth Shalom Players will
present the musical comedy
"Broadway Daze" four times at
Hollywood Hills High School on
Stirling Road.
Performances are set for
Saturday, March 5. at 8 p.m.:
Saturday. March 12, at 8 p.m.:
Sunday, March 6, at 7 p.m. and
Sunday. March 13. at 3 p.m.
Tickets are available at the
Temple Beth Shalom office or by
calling 983-6797 or 989-6972.
"Medicare Is
Not Enoughs
Edward and Selma Kaplan
You Probably
Need B nai B'rith's
Senior Security
Supplement, loo.
It includes private
duty nursing in the
hospital.
It includes doctor's
office and hospital
visits beyond what
Medicare pays.
Hospital deductibles
covered.
Acceptance is
guaranteed.**
**ror members age 65 and
over. Pre-existing conditions
not covered for the first 6
months of coverage.
Tor B'nai B'rith members only
We enroll new members
(MOD-AS-13077) B'tial B'l
Tor many medical
charges, it pays the
difference between
the actual fee and
what Medicare pays.
Group Insurance
Underwritten by
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HEALTH & LIFE INSURANCE CONSULTANTS
2632 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA 33020
925-7766 or 925-7768
the kosher meal or ticket costs for
Hillcrest residents only, call 987-
5000.
SEED MONEY Meyer Robinson (right) of Lawrence, LI,
chairman of the board and treasurer of Monarch Wine Co.,
producers of Manischewitz Wine, is presented the Canal
Founders Award of the Israel Bond Organization by Lt. Col
Munich Spiegel of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). A Canal
Founder is an individual who invests $100,000 or more in Israel
Bonds to provide "seed capital" for Israel's Mediterranean-
Dead Sea Canal project.
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Friday, Mar. 4-6:06 p.m.
Friday, Mar. 11-6:09 p.m.
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Ba-ruch A-tah Ado-nye, Elo-haynu Melech Ha-olam,
Asher kid'shanu B'mitz-vo-tav, V'tzee-va-nu
L'had-leek Nayr shel Shabbat.
Blessed art Thou, O Lord our God King of the Universe,
Who has sanctified us with Thy commandments
And commanded us to kindle the Sabbath lights:'
Religious directory
Orthodox
Congregation Levi Yitzchok Lubavitch. 1504 Wiley St.,
Hollywood. 923-1707. Rabbi Rafael Tennenhaus. Daily services
7:55 a.m., 5:30 p.m.: Sabbath services, 7:30 p.m.; Sabbath
morning, 9 o'clock: Sundays, 8:30 a.m. Religious school: Grades
1-8.
Young Israel of Hollywood 3291 Stirling Road; 966-7877.
Rabbi Edward Davis. Daily services, 7:30 a.m., sundown;
Sabbath services, one hour before sundown; Sabbath morning, 9
o'clock: Sunday, 8 a.m.
Conservative
Hallandale Jewish Center 416 NE 8th Ave.: 454-9100. Rabbi
Carl Klein. Daily services, 8:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m.; Sabbath, 8
p.m.; Sabbath morning, 8:45 a.m.; Sabbath afternoon, 6 o'clock.
Temple Beth Shalom 1400 N. 46th Ave., Hollywood; 981-
6111. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Daily services, 7:45 a.m.,
sundown; Sabbath evening, 8:15 o'clock; Sabbath morning, 9
o'clock. Religious school; Kindergarten8.
Temple In The Pines 9730 Stirling Road, Hollywood; 431-
5100. Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter. Services Sunday, Monday and
Thursday, 8 a.m.; Sabbath, 8 p.m.; Sabbath morning, 8:46
o'clock. Religious school: Nursery, Bar Mitzvah, .ludaica High
School.
Temple Israel of Miramar 6920 SW 35th St.; 961-1700. Rabbi
Paul Plotkin. DaUy services, 8:30 a.m.; Sabbath, 8 pjn.;
Sabbath morning, 8:45 o'clock. Religious school: Pre-
kindergarten 8.
Temple Sinai 1201 Johnson St., Hollywood: 920-1577. Rabbi
Richard J. Margolis. Daily services 8:25 a.m., 5 p.m.; Sabbath,
8 p.m.; Sabbath morning, 8:35 o'clock. Religious school: Pr&
kindergarten-Judaica High School.
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Temple Beth El 1351 S. 14th Ave., Hollywood; 920-8225
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe. Sabbath services, 8 p.m. Religious
school: Grades 1-10.
Temple Beth Emet Pines Middle School, 200 N. Douglas
Road, Pembroke Pines: 431-3638. Rabbi Bennett Greenspon.
Sabbath services, 8:15 p.m. Religious school: Kindergar-
ten 10.
Temple SoM 5100 Sheridan St., Hollywood: 989-0206. Rabbi
Robert P. Frazin. Sabbath services, 8:15 p.m.; Sabbath mor
mng, 10:30 o'clock. Religious school: Pre-school-12.
F}econstructionist
SH^iSSSS.- 11301 W B>wrd Blvd.. Plantation 472-
3600. Rabbi EUiot Skidell. Sabbath services. 8:15 p.m. RaUgfau.
school: Pre-kindergarten8. r ^*"
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JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTERS OF
SOUTH BROWARD
2838 HOLLYWOOD BLVD HOLLYWOOO. FLORIDA 3 3020
Ott Days'
jood Old Days" will be
Irated bv the Southeast
Point Senior Center,
ored by the Jewish Com-
ity Centers of South
tard at 2838 Hollywood
Hollywood, March 7-11
a display of old photos,
ue clothes, tools and kitchen
Etment.
stimulate memories, tapes
be played from the George
\s-Gracie Allen radio shows,
Fibber McGee and Mollie.
Lecture
The Jewish Community
Centers of South Broward's
Singles 35-55, announces a
lecture by Nova University Law
Professor Martin Feinrider J.D.,
who will speak on:
Nuclear Weapons, Human
Rights and The Quest for Peace,
at the JCC, 2838 Hollywood
Blvd., on Monday, March 7 at
7:30 p.m. Admission is $2. Call
Alaine at 921-6511 for further in-
formation.
Jie Southeast Focal Point
|or Center sponsored by the
announces its seder on
day, March 27, at 4 p.m. at
(center. A full course dinner
Ibe served. Donation is $10.50
1 person. Contact Rosalie or
lhel at 921-6518 for further
nation and reservations.
Dance
The JCC's Singles 55+ is plan-
ning a dance at Temple Beth El,
1351 S. 14th Ave.. Hollywood, on
Tuesday, March 15, at 7:30 p.m.
Music will be by Irwin Ber-
nard: admission is $2.
Israel Bonds
lists events
THE IMPERIAL TOWERS
Israel Bond Committee has
named Martin and Sophie Block
as recipients-elect of an Israel
Scroll of Honor. They will receive
their award at the annual Salute
to Israel Breakfast Sunday,
March 13, at 10 a.m. Chairman
Samuel Teplitsky noted the
Blocks are being honored for
their devotion to their com-
munity and the State of Israel.
Emil Cohen, a Catskill's story-
teller, will provide the entertain-
ment.
THE HALLMARK Larry S.
Truman B'nai B'rith Lodge will
hold its annual Israel Bond Night
For Israel on Tuesday, March 15.
at 8 p.m. in the social hall. Ac-
cording to Chairman Robert Pol-
lock, the lodge will be presented
with an Israel Scroll of Honor for
its part in efforts to further Is-
rael's economic stability. William
Seitles is president of the lodge.
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Personal Service Book Store
CLIFTON'S Abe and Jesse
Melter, leaders in the Hailandale
civic and South Broward Jewish
-ommunities, will be presented
with an Israel Scroll of Honor for
their commitment to the
economic stability and growth of
the State of Israel. The Melters
will receive their award at the an-
nual Night for Israel on Tuesday,
March 15, at 8 p.m. in the recrea-
tion hall. Jerome Gleekel,
political scientist and spokesman
for the Israeli Consulate, will
share the consulate's views with
the Clifton audience. Chairman of
the event are Ruth and Leo Sch-
wartz.
GALAHAD SOUTH and the
South Broward State of Israel
Bond Organization will pay
tribute to the residents of
Galahad South at a Night for
Israel on Thursday, March 17, at
8 p.m. in the social hall. The
group is being honored for its
participation in the Israel Bond
program and for its support in
numerous other Jewish organiza-
tions. Jerome Gleekel will be
guest speaker. Sydney Holtzman
is chairman of the event.
We Hope
'You Never Need Us "
But If You Do
Call Mrs. Evelyn Sarasohn
City Memorial
&Monument, Inc.
COMPUTERIZED Susan Matter, chairwoman of the
Business and Professional Women's Network, Jewish
Federation of South Broward, takes the controls of a computer
keyboard as Diana Henriquez and Bonnie Powell, a specialist
with Maxwell-Rand Corp., kibbitz. Next Women's Division
B&P meeting is Thursday, March 24, at 7:30 p.m. Speaker will
be Margaret Starner, a certified financial planner.
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The boy's mother, Miriam
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marriage. The operation was
carried out by local anesthetic,
with the mother fully alert
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Medical sources said that very
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Hospital in Jerusalem to carry
out ex-uterine fertilization treat-
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