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. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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

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and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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11 Number 4
Hollywood, Florida Friday, February 20, 1981
ftwl Shochil
Price 35 Cents
Saul Singer
Susan Singer
Singers To Host Project
Renewal Fundraiser
l)r. Saul and Susan Singer will
M a cocktail reception to raise
nds for Hod Hasharon, Israel,
lnesday, March 4. "Hod Has-
is the Project Renewal
nmunity which has been
opted by the Jewish Federa-
ls South Broward," accord-
|to Mr. Singer.
'We are fortunate to have
kna Kemelman, social worker
in Hod Hasharon, as our special
guest for the evening. She is
working to coordinate the efforts
of those dedicated to Project Re-
newal with the needs of the two
communities in Hod Hasharon,
Gil Amal and Giora," explained
Dr. Singer.
For additional information
regarding Project Renewal, con-
tact the Jewish Federation of
South Broward.
Dr. Robert PHtell, Federation president (left) presented Pace-!
setter Chairman, Otto Stieber with a plaque in appreciation for:
his untiring efforts to the Jewish Federation of South Broward. [
See related photos on pages 10 and 11.
Beach Pacesetters Hold |
Inagural Brunch
iMorc than 210 residents of
pilywood and Hallandale Beach
ended the Beach Pacesetters
inch held in support of the
Jwish Federation of South
ward's annual humanitarian
mpuign.
I Due to the increased numbers
Pacesetters ($1,000 minimum
nmitment) in South Broward,
residents of Hollywood and
"llandale Beach were best
Lomodated for their event by
ving it held separately from
metropolitan campaign,
fcording to Pacesetter Chair-
>n. Otto Stieber.
"We were delighted to see such
(bibulous turnout. Our new
ncept [r 1981 was to hold the
<-nl during the day and serve a
brunch. The event was such a
terrific success, that a favorable
precedent has been set for many
years to come," added Stieber.
"The success of the day must
be shared with a committee of
dedicated men. Their untiring
hours of work and commitment
helped to fill the room. I am
referring, of course, to, Sydney
Holtzman, Hollywood Beach
chairman; Nat Sedley. Project
Renewal chairman; and Lewis
Cohn, past president of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. Working along with
myself and the committee, were
the chairmen of the many high
rise buildings along Hollywood
and Hallandale Beach."
Moshe Gilboa to Address CRC Forum
The Honorable Moshe Gilboa,
Consul General of Israel to the
Midwest, will discuss "Israel's
Challenge in the Middle East" on
Sunday, March 1 at 8 p.m. at
Temple Solel. 5100 Sheridan St.
His appearance will mark the
Final in a series of educational
forums sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of South Broward s
Community Relations Comm-
iii it tee. explained Norman
Freedmun, Middle East Task
Force chairman.
Morn in 1930, Gilboa was
educated at the Herzlia High
School in Tel Aviv and the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem,
lie received the "Certificate of
Proficiency" from Cambridge
University.
After the War of Liberation,
Gilboa and his wife, Ayala were
rounding members of Kibbutz
Ere/., bordering the Gaza Strip.
After being nominated as
spokesman and Director of
Public Relations of the Israel
Moshe Gilboa
Labor Party. Gilboa become the
Fir t Secretary to David Men
(union when the party split and
the newly created Itafi Party was
formed.
He joined the Civil Service in
1 '.I.V.) and was nominated as Aide
and Head of Mureau of Minister
Abba Ebufl ami later served as
Director ol Special cooperation to
Dcvckiping Countries in the
Ministry of Defence. He also
represented Israel at interna-
tional conferences and was the
last Israeli to meet with the late
President John F. Kennedy at a
conference on the developing
countries in 1963.
Gilboa was nominated as
Ambassador to Zambia, served
as Director of Information of the
World Zionist Organization and
Director General of Israel
Defence Fund, known as the
Entebbe Fund."
The guest panelists will be
Itubbi Robert Frazin of Temple
Solel; Nancy Mrizel. chiarwoman
of the Federation's Beneficiary
Agencies; Dr. Jay Kerzner. co-
chairman of the Social Action
committee at Temple Solel; and
Dr. Stanley Margulics.
The lorum is open free of
i barge to the public. For ad-
ililiim.il information, contact
Herb Tohin at the Jewish
Federation ol South Mroward.
Dr. Henry King Stanford to Highlight
Seminar for So. Fla. Jewish High School
The entire South Broward
community is invited to a kick-off
educational seminar. "Challenge;
Meeting the Educational Needs
of our Children." sponsored by
the South Florida Jewish High
School on March 5 from 9:30-
11:30 a.m. at the Emerald Hills
Country Club.
Dr. Henry King Stanford.
President of the University of
Miami, will lead the list of distin-
guished panelists, according to
Ellie Katz. development commit-
tee member for the school.
'Joining Dr. Stanford on the
panel will be Don Samuels. Vice-
Chairman. Broward County
School Board; Dr. Lou Kleinman.
Dean of the Department of
Education at the University of
Miami, Gene Greensweig, Execu-
tive Director of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education;
and Rabbi Louis Herring, Princi-
pal for the South Florida Jewish
High School," explained Mrs.
Katz.
Due to limited space, reserva-
tions can be made by sending
$2.50 per person to Jewish High
School, c-o 4500 Lincoln St.,
Hollywood, or by contacting any
of the following coordinators:
Nancy At kin, Nancy Brizel,
Helen Cohan, Elaine Coplin,
Meral Ehrenstein, Joan Gross,
Betty Homans, Selma Hopen,
Elbe Katz, or Jo Ellen Kalis.
Also, Rochelle Koenig, Ann
Lane, Bobbie Levin, Eleanor
Levy, Audrey Meline, Elaine
Pit tell, Arlene Ray, Florence
Rosenthal, Florence Roth,
Maxine Schwartz, Ilene
Weisberg or Lynda Wilentz.
Parents concerned with quality
education for their children were
invited to the home of El lie Katz
to hear plans for the South
Florida Jewish High School. The
school will open in the fall of
1981. For information, call Rabbi
Herring, Principal, 932-4200.
i
Seated from left are Betty Homans, Maxine Schwartz, Florence
Roth, and Arlene Ray. Standing rear are Joan Gross, Selma
Hopen, Rabbi Herring and Susan Singer.
Metro Parlor Meetings
Boost Annual Campaign
The Metroplitan Division of
the Jewish Federation of South
Mroward has added a new
dimension to their campaign. A
series of parlor meetings was
added to the schedule of fund
raising events in order to reach
greater numbers of people living
in the metropolitan Hollywood
area.
The parlor meetings, designed
for small groups of people, have
been educational in content, end-
ing in fund raising.
Four parlor meetings will be
held in the next two weeks. Jerrv
and Doris Mloom will host one on
Feb. 22, Lee and Marion Eggnatz
will host one on Feb. 25, Jerry
and Joan Raticoff will be hosts on
March 1 and Paul and Ruth
Rodensky will be hosts on March
4.
Approximately 10 more parlor
meetings will finish out the
schedule in March.
For additional information
regarding a parlor meeting in
your area, contact Herb Tobin at
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Seated from left are Henry Weiss, Morris Rickel. Kayla Hersco-
vitch, Elbe Rickel, Don HerscovRch, Paul and Mfflie Or Ian.
Standing from left are Dr. Philip A. Levin, campaign chairman;
Dr. William and Batzion Berman and Marilyn Neuman.
See related photos on page 6.


Page 2
The Jewish Floridun and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Friday, February 20.
Parlor Meeting for
Women's Only Mission
A Women's Only Mission
parlor meeting was held recently
at the home of Nellie Shanler.
The Women's Only Mission.
which is set for March 19-31. is
sponsored by the Jewish
Ffderalion of South Broward.
Guest speaker at the meeting
a- Howard Stone, director of
( K rr^-as Programs for I'nited
Jewish Appeal, who discussed
the itinerary for the Mission.
"This Women s Only Mission
is the first time we have at-
tempted anything like this. The
Mission is the first of its kind in
the region. By participating on
this Mission, you will have the
opportunity to personally meet
with Israeli families, have lunch
at the Knesset, visit the Good
Fence and spend Punm in
Israel, explained Brenda Green
man. campaign vice president.
For additonal information on
the Women's Only Mission,
contact Beverly Bachrach at the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward.
Guest speaker Howard Stoae and
Nellie Shanler. hostess.
Seated from left are Birdie Sherman. Yerral Caba. Toby Green-
berg aad Gloria Heaa. Standing from left are Maaioa Greenspan.
Faye Jablon. Brenda Greenman. Women's Division campaign
vice president Anita Eisenberg and Hortense Levy.
Hi-Rise Campaign
TRAFALGAR TOWERS I
Stephen Marlowe and Dorothy
WoOitaer will be honored at
Trafalgar Towers I annual
brunch on Sunday. Feb 22 at
11:30 a.m. The event is betng
held in support of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward s
1981 United Jewish Appeal
Federation campaign. Guest
speaker will be Gen. Amos
rfjaraaa
PRESIDENTIAL TOWERS
Presidential Towers will hold
its annual breakfast on behalf of
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward 1981 United Jewish
Appeal-Federation campaign on
Sunday. Feb 29 Guest speaker
will be Gen Amos Baram Jack
Mjndelbaum if chairman.
QUA DOMAIN
Dorothy and Isadore Moknn
will be honored on Sunday.
March 1 at 10 a.m. at
Quadomain s annual breakfast
held on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward
1981 United Jewish Appeal
Federation campaign Guest
speaker will be Mosbe Gilboa.
Israeli consulate. David Sklar
and Sam Koffler are chairmen
GOLDEN BAY TOWERS
Jerome Gevirman and Meyer
Kapalan will be the hosts of
Golden Bay Towers annual
brunch held on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of South
Brt.ward's 1981 United Jewish
Appeal Federation campaign
Kmanuel No No Rarinovsky
will be the guest speaker at the 11
am event
LAMER
Nan and Sydney Jacobs will be
honored at La Mer's annual
breakfast on Sunday. March 1
The 10 a m event is being head on
In-half of the Jewish Federation
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campaign Guest speaker will be
Shalmi Barmore. co-worker at the
Yad Vashem Holocaust
Memorial in Jerusalem
PLAZA TOWERS
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Mr and Mrs Jack Wichman will
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The brunch, which is being held
on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward's
1981 United Jewish Appeal-
Federation campaign, is set for
Sundas. March 1 at 11 a.m.
Honorees include Ethel Garb.
\nne Dokson and Betty Fox.
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The breakfast will be held on
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y, February 20,1961
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 3
B'not Shalom
angements Women Meet
[he Jewish Federation of South Broward's Women's Division B'not
llom Arrangements committee met recently to finaiize plans for its
fcheon, which is set for Thursday, March 12 at 11 a.m. at Tumberry
[Country Club.
Lest speaker for the event will be author Belva Plain.
The B'not Shalom Luncheon will be the first time in the history of
* Women's Division that we will have the opportunity to combine all
| the major categories of giving into one spectacular luncheon,
Italic Bluth and Bea Mogilowitz, arrangements co-chairwomen
Slained.
tiis hincheon represents the unity of the Jewish women in South
vurd, they added.
-
Muled from left are Muriel Schwartz, Sally Winograd and Bea
logilowitz, arrangements co-chairwoman. Standing from left
re Bobbie Levin, Women's Division president; Carol Morgen-
tein, Shoshana chairwoman; Gerry Morrison and Jeannette
(ussman.
bated from left are Rochelle Koenig, Meirah co-chairwoman;
byllis Pritcher and Eleanor Lerner. Standing from left are
italie Bluth, arrangements co-chairwoman; Nancy Atkin,
Jeirah co-chairwoman; and Brenda Greenman, campaign vice
evident.
>en Letter to Community
|om Dear Friend;
i for the Jewish Federo-
[ of South Broward's exciting
FarnHy Mission are un-
k'.iy More than 50 people
already signed up and
lerous others have expressed
test.
he Family Mission, which is
for July 2-12, coincides with
llh Maccabiah Games being
in Israel. The Maccabiah
It-s are the Jewish Olympics
th are held every four years.
kmily Mission participants
have the opportunity to
Ih the Maccabiah Games and
\ the athletes.
pcomodations include five
hotels, the King David in
salem, the Sharon in Her-
| and the Dan in Tel Aviv.
Mission allows greet
flexibility by permitting exten-
sions and stopovers in Israel,
Europe, Egypt and many other
countries.
Mission participants are given
the opportunity to visit unique
sites in Israel and meet high-level
dignitaries who they would not
meet on an ordinary tour to
Israel.
To reserve your spot on the
1981 Family Mission, send your
$200 refundable deposit to the
Jewish Federation of South
I in > ward.
All Mission participants,
including children, are invited to
a preliminary orientation meeting
on Thursday, Feb. 26 at 7:30
p.m. at the Federation office.
Sincerely,
Herb and Susen Groaaman
Family Mission Chairmen
Dm left are Elaine Pfttel, chairwoman of the Federa-
ls" V.ommuni'y Relations Committee; Sondra Reiff, director
|"e Hollywood Jewish Community Cantor; and Jody Fiaher,
Binal director of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Standing
V Dr- SUn SPmtz- chairman of the Federations
I un ,Wry Coaunrttea; Marshal] Baltuch, executive director
Ifai ,y Scboo,; Rabbi Shimon Azulay, chairman of the
yJxhools of Central Agency of Jewish Education; Fred
">e, president of Jewish Family Service; and Nancy Briul,
"^man of Beneficiary Agenciea.
Raiuie and Harry Karp.
Karps to Be Honored
Kaisie and Harry Karp will be
the honorees at the annual
HoUybrook Division Dinner for
the 1981 UJA-Federation Cam-
paign.
The dinner will be held Sun-
day, Feb. 22, at 6 p.m. at
Emerald Hills Country Club.
HoUybrook Chairman, Dr.
Joseph B. Stein said "all of us are
proud of our association with
Raisie and Harry and are pleased
to honor them for their many
contributions to the HoUybrook
Campaign."
Raisie and Harry were born
and raised in Milwaukee, Wise,
and lived there prior to retire-
ment to HoUybrook in 1975.
While in Milwaukee they were
active in all phases of Jewish life.
They established a scholarship to
the Technion in Israel for needy
and deserving students to
continue their education. A
grateful Israeli government has
publicly acknowledged Raisie
and Harry's 30 years of
promoting tourism to Israel.
Esther Marcus one of the
dinner chairmen, said, "Jews all
over the world have benefited by
the Harp's work and con-
tributions to various Jewish
organizations. This activity is
continuing through their efforts
in HoUybrook."
"This is the first year our
annual dinner will be away from
HoUybrook" explained Sylvia
Stein, also a dinner chairman.
"In addition to the beautiful
surroundings of Emerald Hills
Country Club, we hope the at-
mosphere will be such to raise
added funds to meet the needs
locally, overseas and in Israel."
The guest speaker for the
Sunday event will be Brigadier
Gen. Amos Baram of the Israeli
Forces in the northern part of the
country.
Additional information and
reservations may be made by
calling Sylvia Stein at 431-0239
or Esther Marcus at 431-0396.
CORRECTION
In the Feb. 6 issue of the Jewish
Floridian, Rabbi Seymour
Friedman of Temple Sinai was
incorrectly identified.
Emerald Hills
Emerald Hills residents gathered recently to ahow their support
ot the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1981 UJA-Federa-
tion campaign. From lit-ft are Major General Jacob Even, guest
speaker; Lee and Ben Rosenberg, honorees and co-chairmen.
Dinner sponsors seated from left are Charles Bloome, Lou
Rappaport and Harry Swartzman. Standing from left are
Bernard Scheinholz, Sol Kurtz, Nathan Rakita, Jack Grossman
and George Steinberg.
From left are Ben Rosenberg, Abbot Greene, Sam Sabin, David
Schatzow and Hy Glickstein.
Seated from left are Al GandaU, Eli Field and Charles Mo
Standing from left are Joseph M. Levene, Nelson Demos, Aaron
Liebenthal, Jerry Niedermsn and Abe Meister. Sponsors not
pictured are Jack Goldberg, Nathan Schainberg and Dr. Louis
Winkslman.
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Energy Conservation Fair Held
Resident* of Malaga Towers gathered recently to show their
support to the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1981
United Jewish Appeal-Federation campaign. From left are Rev.
John Stanley Grauei, guest speaker, Bertha Goldberg, honoree;
and Gert Sciaorek. chairwoman.
\lsrael Independence Day
Celebration May 1
From left are Suaan Miller, Hollywood Art & Culture Center;
aTi [ Xaughn.' ?nery Conaervatkmlat for Florida Power
and Light Co.; and Mayor Jerry Yourman, Pembroke PurW
Vom Ha-Atzmaut Israeli
ndependence Day will be
Uebrated in South Broward with
I community-wide celebration on
Jlay .') at Young Circle in
jolly wood. The day long event is
Ving crdinated bv the Holly-
wood Jewish ( ommunity Center
Co-c hairing the event are
feshe Bouer and Larry Levin.
'In \ report a very successful
pganizalional meeting recently
li: ti more ihan 10 representa-
t\v- ill area synagogues, tem-
;mcl organizations present to
n planning for i he celebration
ruel hirtj I hird an-
j\ *ay.
This is going to be an ail
mpasing event "aid Ms.
"gi\ ing ommumtv
aiid familiea y chance to
together We M planning
i educational and art dis-
ays, entertainment, a lot ol
Sinily lun. and plenc >>t kosher
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irning on the day ol the event.
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"'I I ree hoo ??3 /ti/f.
biah games in Israel." Levin
noted." and we are going to make
that the theme for the day."
Both Ms. Bouer and Levin
urge everyone in the South
Broward area to keep May 3 open
fora day to display community
support for Israel, and enjoy
themselves while they are doing
it.
The Hollywood JCC is a bene-
liciary agency of the .Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
A South Broward >neen
tion I air was field red ntly at
Hollywood l!iil Hitrh School
auditorium. Pi cipating ;n the
program was ..toilit Turner ol
Channel 10. Susan J. Vaughn.
Knergy Conservation is) fur
Florida Power jnu ght
Company. H. T Wolle I hief
I-nmneeer for Engineered i uel
Ssystenu inc W \AG In.iection
System) and Robert Holloman ol
Atlantic Richfield. The energy
theme of the evening was "How
to Save $20 A Week." Mrs
Turner presented the awards for
the Energy Poster Contest neld
at Nova Middle School.
The fair was sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. in cooperation with
Church Women United, City of
IIALLANDALE. City of Pem-
broke Park, Hollywood City
Commission, Inter-Faith Council
of Greater Hollywood. Mid-Town
Women's Club of Hollywood.
Nova Middle School and Rotarv
Club of Hollywood.
The fair was chaired bv Dr.
Fred D. and Sandi Khani. Co-
Chuirmen of the Sub-Committee
on Energ) of 'he Community
Relations Committee of the
Jewish Federation .if >outh
Broward.
Seated from left are Nancy Vaasey, president. Church Women
United; Sandi Khani, co-chairwoman of the Energy Fair; and
Salina Newton, officer, Church Women United. Standing from
left are Dr. Fred Khani. Mary Wolfe. Hillcreat B'nai B nth
Women; and Gene O'Sullivan, police chief. Pembroke Park.
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its of DeSoto Park Apartments gathered recently at the
I of Joseph and Ethel Silfen for a cocktail party held on
[of the Jewish Federation of South Broward's 1981 United
Appeal-Federation campaign. Seated from left are Sey-
I Rosenberg, Joseph and Ethel Silfen, hosts; and Belle
kthal. Standing from left are Rose and Edward Kessler,
1i and Sonia Kleiman, Emanuel "No No" Razinovsky,'
speaker; Many a and Carl Rosenkipf, chairman; and
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ients of DeSoto Park Apartments gathered recently at the
I of Carl and Manya Rosenkopf for a cocktail party. Seated
left are Anna Keimowitz, Clare Kaplan, Paula Font and
ia Stein. Standing from left are Isaac Feldman, Harry
i, Sidney and Beatrice West and Irving Stem.
ted from left are Emmy Fernich, Sara Stein, Henry Keimo-
and Max Fernich. Standing from left are Arthur Forst,
u> a and Carl Rosenkopf, hosts.
Mrs. Charles Kollin and her
Committee are pleased to an-
nounce the formal Installation of
Cantor Robert Ungar at the
Friday evening service on Feb.
27. in the sactuary. Cantor David
J- Leon formerly National
President of the Cantor's
Assembly and presently Cantor
Emeritus of Congregation
Itodeph Shalom of Bridgeport,
Conn., will be the installing
speaker.
Cantor Ungar who recently
moved to Hollywood with his
family, is originally from Europe.
He came to the United States
with his parents during the strife
of World War II, at which time
they resided in Bridgeport, Conn.
He attended Yeshiva Torah
Vodath and Yeshiva University.
Cantor Ungar serviced with the
armed forces of the United States
in Korea and was affiliated with
the I Corps Headquarters
Chaplaincy.
He studied music and Chaz-
/inmili in Yeshiva University as
well as under several noted
Man of the Year
Brotherhood of Temple Beth
El will honor Jack Masket as
"Man of the Year," Sunday, Feb.
22, 6:30 p.m. Tobin Auditorium
of the Temple. 1351 S. 14 Ave.,
Hollywood. Mr. Masket is a
member of the Temple Board;
past president of the
Brotherhood; member of the
Ritual and Visitation com-
mittees; chiarman of the Temple
Seder; chairman of the High
Holy Days Ushering committees
fro the past two years. Since
retiring to Florida, his prime
commitment has been to the
Temple.
A full-course catered dinner
will be served from wine to
dessert. Entertainment and
dancing will highlight the
evening. Donation $12.50 per
person.
Cantors of New York. He also
attended the University of
Bridgeport, Conn, for advanced
musical education. His first
mentor was Cantor David J.
Leon who as noted above, will be
the installing speaker.
The Cantor's wife is the former
Sura Drazin, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Nathan Drazin, formerly
Itabbi of Congregation Shaarei
T'filloh of Baltimore, one of the
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Number 143151 has some
relatives who need your help.
He survived the terror that took the lives of so
many he knew. He helped keep Judaism alive, and
with it, the memory that can never be forgotten,
in order that it may never happen again.
Now, he has relatives in Israel who are doing
the same. Fighting for the survival of their heritage.
It's not easy. There's not enough housing, food or
jobs. Not enough money to help them become
strong and independent. And without strength,
the battle for freedom can never be won.
Don't let his suffering go in vain. Remember
what he and all the six million went through and
help keep it from happening again. Contribute to
the Jewish Federation of South Broward. Let him
know you appreciate his sacrifice. Do your part
to keep Judaism alive.
Don't shut the door on your heritage. Give
generously. And then give a little bit more. Make
your pledge to the Jewish Federation of South
Broward, today.
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Jewish Florida and Shofar ofGreater Hollywood
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Never before m the bsorr of
to stand op and be >der.-.-'*c
bv Dr Robert
Browmrd. at the
Jewry has a been so
strong and i;nrted Jewish
Why?
There has bare an alarming mcrease id Anti-Semitic episodes I hi
United States m the past year In :9T& the Anti Defamation Le*,-
B nai B nth reported 129 separate incidents vs 3.. focident'
We have not been immune m South Florida from the poison of the
Klaa and as Anu-Semnr "uttenngs Those who are stamp
onauxtuii ate aware that the United States government plans to issue
a stamp to honor the Newport. R.I Touro Synagogue next year -
but on January 30. 1961. the United Nations issued a stamp to honor
the "inalienable rights of the PaJeauman people rights which
mean the destruction of Israel as we know a today
Last Year our Federation sent more dollars overseas than ever
before- We re proud of that, but one way we accomplished this was to
cut local and national allocations up to 20 percent. We cannot continue
to increase funds sent overseas by not meeting local needs for services
The only answer and solution is a stronger and bigger, mor*
campaign with increased dollars over those received in 19SC.
ing the group in Hatikva
and the Star Spangled Banner
uat Detores Koch.
Seated from left are Ida Price,
from left are Jum
Safly Ko
GeorgeE
Members of the daia seated from left are Bernard Cherrick, guest apeaker;
Dr. Robert FitteU, Federation president; and Bobbie Levin. Women's Division ^
president. Standing from left are Dr. Phil Levin, isnuisiga chairman:
Otto Stieber. Pacesetter chairman; Brenda Greenmaa. Women's
Division campaign chairman; and Sumner G. Kaye, Federation
executive director.
-ted from left are Sam Slept Celia Finketstein and Bess Spiro
yer Kaplan. Dr. Louis Finkelstein and Thomas Spiro.
Standing from left are
Seated from left are Sophie Gaffin. Syd Kerener. Eleanor Koffler and Irene Holuau
standing from left are Robert Gaffin. Mike Kiraner. Sam Koffler and Sydney HoIUibu
Seated from left are Steffa BWch. J,
Standing from left ars Henry Block, J
, Ida Joy Gottetam and Ruth Friedman
L. Shsrmaa, Nathaa Gotuteia aad Frank
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from left are Minna Finkelntein, Esther Levenaon, Olga Goldberger and Francea
nin. Standing from left are George Finkelstein, Dan Levenaon, Bernie Gold-
and Abe Benjamin.
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Seated from left are Harold J. Caster, Jay Glickatein and Dan Pollin. Standing from left
are Raie Caster, Ann Glickatein and Reba Pollin.

Seated from left are Edith Frost, Sylvia Aaron, Ana Conn and Molhc Verebay.
Standing from left are Paul Froat, Philip and Lillian Zeefe, Lewie E. Cohn and
Mai Verebay.
Seated from left are Betty Cola, Harry Mindkh and Sara Franklin. Standing from left
are Hyman Mindich, Joel Cola, Sol Rosa and Lee Franklin.
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Standing from left axe Sol Singer, Joe Allentuck, Meyer Schatzberg and Max Wollman.
Seated from left are Adeline Davis, Dorothy Mokrin, Helen Klein and IdeUe Weiabrod.
Standing from left are Isadora Mokrin, Rabbi Carl Klein and Leon Weiabrod.


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Beneficiary Agency Reps Meet
Nancy BnzeL efcaa-weman of
Bn-efjcaary Aceociea tor tat
Jewiafc Fdratio- of South
Broward United Jewish
Aptfta,-P*jrat^xi campaign,
met recently with representatives
of vanoua Federauon-aopported
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was u> try to eatabbah a better
*'jnt.r.ii reiattonshjp and enable
the Federation and its beneficiary
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Southeast District American Red Magen David
For Israel Cordially Invites Yoa to the Annual
ARMDI-Samuel Reinhard
Humanitarian Annual
Award Dinner
Honoring
Mayor Murray Meyerson
Of Miami Beach
1981 Recipient
Sunday, April 12
Konover Hotel Konover Ballroom
Cocktails 7:00 p.m.
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Dinner 8:00 p.m. 0a
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David Coleman
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This conference will bnna together hundreds of Fnands for
an m-depth look at the role the Urwvenvty ptays m the life of
the State of Israel, as well as Its profound ties with Jewish
communrtiea everywhere.
Meet dtstmgoiehed scholars and scientists in their class-
rooms, attend osta events, including a concert and July
Fourth Be*, a reception with Yitzhak Navon, the President
of Israel, tours and many other special events.
Join groups from Miami, Hoitywood/Haiiandale, Boca
Raton, and Pawn Beach for special Florida Friends actjvh
tie,inciu*r^dadicaic^c^FtondaMcnise,akeyl4r*inthe
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Send to: American Frlende ot the Hebrew Onrvererty
a00 71at Street
MUml Beech, Fl. 33141 (305) M
Art Canon
Seeks Tonr Support In His Campaign For Reelection
To The Hallandale City Commission
He pledges to continue to be guided in his legislative decisions on the basis of the good
and welfare of the people.
He is beholden to no one and owes nothing to anyone. '
He will continue to work for fiscally responsible government, for economy in gover-
nment, for balanced budgets and for a hold the line policy on taxes.
He will continue in the forefront of the Citizen Crime Watch Program, The Refurbishing
of the North West section, the improvement of the South West section, the
beautification of the city at large and the implementation of a public transit system to
serve all residents.
He will continue to maintain an open door and an open phone for his constituents.
He will continue to involve himself personally in the problems and grievances
of til
He will continue to maintain his attendance record to all regular and special City Com-
mission meetings.
Vote on March 10th
to
Return to Office A Man Worthy of Your Support
Reeled Art Canon
Ml lor by Art Canon Reelection Camp.!,*. Simon SNear.


ly. February 20,1961
Merest Women's Division ChaplaincyVolunteer Celebration
The Hilkreet Women'. Division of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward topped all of their previous records as they
raised more than 1171,000 at their seventh annual luncheon held
recently at Hilkreet Country Crab. More than 500 women at-
tended the luncheon, according to Hannah Adel, Gloria Heaa,
Nellie Shanler and Dorothy Lipoon, chairwomen.
"We are extremely happy with the turnout at the luncheon this
year. Each year, the Hillcrest women get stronger and give more
support to the Federation's campaign. It is only with this sup-
port that we are able to improve oar local agencies, such as the
Hollywood Jewish Community Center and Jewish Family Ser-
vice, among others and to help the state of Israel survive, the
chairwomen explained.
Guest speaker for the luncheon was Rev. John Stanley Grauel.
From left are Nellie Shanler, Hannah Adel and Gloria Hess, co-
chairwomen.
Seated from left are Dorothy Chernuchin, High Rise Building
co-chairwoman; Tess Haber, Mid Rise Building chairwoman;
and Belle Schlanger, Decorations committee. Standing from left
are Miriam Brecher, Decorations committee; Eleanor Lerner,
Decorations committee; Toby Greenberg and Eleanor Sacknoff,
Low Rise Building chairwoman.
Seated from left are Dorothy Bernstein, campaign committee;
Ann Weitz and Dorothy Steinberg, Building co-chairwomen.
Vending from left are Sonia Podell, Helen Ellner, Dorothy
Kodron, campaign committee members; and Rona Lewitt,
Building chairwoman.
From left are Sly via Amsterdam, Martha Werbach and Edith
Brock, Building chairwomen.
J"rom left are Gert En tin, Arrangements chairwoman; Gert
Kronovet, Seating chairwoman; and Eleanor Rabins, Decora-
tions committee.
Rabbi and Mrs. Harold Richter
will host the second annual
"Chaplaincy Volunteer
Celebration" at their home on
Sunday, Feb. 22, at 3 p.m.
The following volunteers,
several of whom have served for
the past six years will be
honored: Sarah Brackis, who
visits patients at Biscayne
Medical Center and Hollywood
Medical Center; Sam Mindlin
who visits at Doctors Hospital;
Leon Ehrlich, Max Popowitz,
Jacob Green, Marvin Carrell,
Frank Schneider, Jack Rutkin,
and Ida Klane, services and serve
at Washington Manor: Murray
Cohen, Philip Rosenberg and
Harry Krieger who conduct
services at Hallandale
Rehabilitation Center; Irving
nicl Lillian Belson, who conduct
.services at the S.E. Senior Day
Care Center and assist the
Chaplain at the State Hospital;
David Dangler and Abe Israel
who assist at the S.E. Senior Day
Care Center and at Hollywood
Hills Nursing Home; Charlotte
and Sol Cohen who display her
miniature diaramas of the Jewish
holidays in numerous in-
stitutions; Edna and George
Goldstein, Lillian and Irving
Glasson, Pauline Schweitzer,
Helen Lowitt, Sylvia Rosier and
Pearl Welans who assist us at
holiday celebrations at the State
Hospital; Joe and Carrie Gordon
and Lou and Fanny Cantor who
help us at the State Hospital and
the Broward Correctional
Institution; and Dr. Harry
Annual Yiddish Folk Fair
The Fifth Annual Yiddish Folk
Fair has been set for April 5, and
once again the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center in North Miami Beach will
be the scene for a celebration of
Yiddish culture and Jewish life.
The theme this year will be
Jewish music, art and theater. It
will be a day of educational
exhibits, plenty of activities for
youngsters, art exhibits, craft
displays and demonstrations,
and a wide variety of old
fashioned (and strictly kosher)
Jewish food.
The Folk Fair draws crowds to
the area from throughout South
Florida. Each of the four Centers
that make up Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida will be a
part of the event, as will many
members of the community who
will give demonstrations and
display their creative skills and
products.
Artists and craftspeople in the
ommunity can rent space at the
fair to display and sell their
goods. A special area will be set
iside where creative work on
Jewish and non-Jewish themes
can be shown. The coast of
renting a dispaly booth is $20.
Those interested in reserving
space should contact Cynthia
Klein, Creative Arts Supervisor
at the Michael-Ann Russell JCC,
932-4200.
Breslaw, Louis Dunoff, Walter
Hendin, Dr. Bernard Yanowitz
who assist us at the State
Hospital's holiday celebration
and at the Passover "Care
package" program; Holly
Fraidstern, Esther Shacket and
Sylvia Rabins who provide
refreshments at the State
I lospital festival celebrations.
The Chairman of the Chaplaincy
Committee, Dr. Joel A.
Schneider, and the committee
members will also participate as
will Dr. Robert Pittell,President
of the Jewish Federation and
Sumner G. Kaye, executive
director.
Dolly Malitz who serves at the
Prison and South Florida State
Hospital. Sheila Kolod who helps
at the State Hospital.
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Ex-Hostages, Refusniks I Seen As 'Chips' to Bargain
BY JOSKPH FOLAKOFF
I WASHINGTON
(JTAI Harvard law Prof.
Alan lVrshowitz. who de-
fondtni Anatoly Sharansky
at his trial as a Soviet Pris-
oner of Conscience, MM
Soviet Jews and the Ameri-
cans who had been held
hostage in Iran as "chips in
the international bargain
ins now."
1 ik- the now head Anni nans.
the Sox uM Jews rnv "anxious to
breathe the air oi ftiom." IVr
showltl lolit sbOUt ITOinemhois
of the House ol Representatives
Mini Ilif Senate and thou aules at
a meeting on Soviet Jewrj a,t the
I'apitol lust weak I
THE MEETING. biennial|
gathering conducted by the
Union of Councils for Soviet,
Jews, was sponsored by Sens. |
Carl Levin (D Mich.) and Pete
Domenici (R.. N.M.). and
Representatives Michael Barnes
(IV, Md I and Jack Kemp (R..
N.Y.I. Its purpose Ml to
tamilian/*' new members of Con
TOM with the plight of Soviet
Jewry.
Dnitli Simes. a professor at
Johns Hopkins University and
himself a Soviet Jewish im-
migrant, said that the effort to
help Sovfot Jews must In- real
istic and persistent Prof
Richard Pipes of Harvard, an
adviser to President Reagan on
Soviet affairs, had to cancel his
appearance when he was called to
the \\ hue House
During the session, a phone
call was placed to Dr. Alexander
Lemer in Moscow, but the con-
nection could not be made. The
Moscow operator said there was
no answer from Lemer. Davida
Manon. the Council's executive
director, discounted the
operator's statement.saying that
the call had been arrange*! in
advenes and in person by a
traveler to Moscow.
DERSHOW1TZ said
gotiating with the Soviets
UJA Breakfast March 1
at Meadowbrook
l oofs M \N UflOaJl ot Rudding
5 oi the M endow htooa flow sis
enndominnun, has been assented
as itueol oi honor tor the Jewish
federation ot South Browwid's
United Jewish Appeal
breakfhst to he held in the
RerreaUoa Hall on Sunday
M.iuh I, at 10 am in Italian
dale
WursjeJI has Nvn active in
I nited Jewish Vapeel dnxw for
S3 \ ears l>urir>g his M 1 ears of
activity in \ erona. NJ. he
served oas yeas as Chairman let
the Cux ot Yerxxna dnxe and the
CONG.
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YITZCHOK
Rabbi
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The Jewish Floridian and ShofarotOreater Hollywood
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by RocheUe Koeny}
Temple Sole! celebrates a very joyous occasion the Bat
Mitzvah of Julie Frazin daughter of Rabbi Robert and Penny
Frazin. Sharing the happy event are Julie's older brothers Jeff
and Danny. Masel tov to a special family in our community.
An unusual simcha was held at Temple Solel. Isabel Milner
a member of the Senior Adult Grand People Club became a Bat
Mitzvah. Few Bat Mitzvah celebrants have a husband present
like Isabel had. Hubby, Maynard Milner proudly watched. Busy
Isabel is also active in Hadassah and the Memorial Hospital
Auxiliary.
Can you imagine inviting northern guests to stay at your
home and then have them throw a party for your friends? The
lucky, relaxed hostess was gracious Adele Levine. Her daughter,
Mary-Brena Cortell and party planner Carole Friedman came for
a week of Florida sunshine. They concluded their stay by
preparing a cocktail reception for Adele's Emerald Hills neigh-
bors and friends Aaron and Sally Liebenthal, Maury and
Ruth Terkel, Cal and Lfl Wiesel, David and Minerva Davis,
Mary Zinn, Fred and Irma Stein, Jack and Lilyan Mandell, Dr.
George Sussman (Gladys was in New York). Also in the happy
crowd were Ed Lane, Bea Saal, Aaron and Gusaie Krome,
Eleanor Strumwasser, Dorothy and Herman Katz. Alex and
Ethel Avidan who just moved to Boca Raton joined the group as
well as Bonny Kowitt popular Diet Workshop lecturer. Nobody
dared to eat while Bonny was watching.
Congratulations to Steven Silf son of Dr. Wallace and Phyllis
Siff and to David Apseloff, son of Albert and Enid Apseloff on
successfully passing the Florida Certified Public Accountant
examination. We are very proud of the accomplishments of our
young people.
A record turnout of 635 fashionable women attended the
annual Hilkrest Campaign Luncheon. A dynamic committee
was headed by Hannah Adel, Gloria Heas, and Nellie Shanler.
Some of the many women involved are Gert En tin, Sylvia
Hagler, Gert Kronovet, Dorothy Chernuchin, Vicky Raymond.
The latest Hillcrest Gold Shomrai Lion Pinup Gals are Malik L.
Kramer, Sally Winograd, and Shirley Krovitz. The pins are
gorgeous!
Best wishes to Dr. Fred and Shelley Harold on the Bar
Mitzvah of son David.
Al and Evelyn WUpon can no longer say they do not win the
raffle drawing. They were the lucky prize winners of the fabulous
Temple Beth Shalom Brotherhood two week trip to Israel.
Morris Engelberg is proudly wearing a new tee shirt. Wife
Stephanie surprised him with a shirt that read "I finished the
Orange Bowl Marathon" as he crossed the finish line after the 26
mile trek.
Taking to the Colorado ski slopes this winter are the Doctors
Lou Jobloves, Harvey Peretx, and Howard KeUnere. Howard
was also celebrating (or maybe getting away from) a special
birthday.
In Breckenridge, Colorado were Dr. Alan and Ann Lane, Ed
and Mary GotUeib. They also visited a former mine shaft
converted into (no, not a condo) a seven story home. Anyone
suffering from "high anxiety" would never be able to go upstairs
to bed at night. I d give the shaft to Fang.
Over 1,000 people gathered at the plush Miami Omni Hotel for
the annual Brotherhood Awards Dinner of the Florida National
Conference of Christians and Jews. Because of their dedication
to human relations education the silver medallion recipients this
year were Philip Cheaney (from Broward), Charles E. Cobb, Jr.
Marshall Harris, Msgr. Bryan Walsh. Among the enthusiastic
Broward contingent enjoying the dinner dance were Herb and
Elite Katz, Mort and Arlene Topfer, Judge Morton and Gladys
Abram, Bobby and Sharon Collins, Dr. Abe and Shirley Fischler
l Abe is President of Nova University). Also past award recipient
David Rush, County Commissioner Fran Gross, and State
Representative Fred Lipman and State Senator Ken Jenne. A
highlight of the evening was the Headliner Awards presented to
producer Don Hewitt and the celebrity correspondents of "60
Minutes", Morley Safer, Mike Wallace, and Andy Rooney.
So-o-o what else is new?? If I have not mentioned your happy
event, it's simply because I did not know. Here is your op-
portunity to share your news with our South Broward Jewish
Community. Please write me about what you have been doing
your trip, anniversary, Bar or Bat Mitzvah, wedding, special
honor, about you, your children or grandchildren.
Sharing good news with friends and neighbors is fun.
We have been waiting to hear from YOU Please write to:
Hochelle Koenig, Spotlight on You, Jewish Floridian, 2719
Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Fla 33020.
Soviet Jewry Update
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For more information write
Hadassah Baquasts
50 West 58th Street
New *xk, NY 10019
(212) 356-7900
SUPPORT ISHAa
fedav,Tbnxrrt>w,Forewer_
A BEQUEST TO HADASSAH
INSURES THE FUTURE
OF ITS PROGRAMS IN
MEDICINE. EDUCATION &
YOUTH REHABILITATION
SIXTH "SUNDAY
SCIENTIFIC
SEMINAR-IN-EXILE'
DENVER The sixth
"Sunday Scientific Seminar-in -
Exile" took place on Feb. 1 at the
home of Dr. Stanley Gudder, Co-
chairman, with Denver District
Attorney Dale Tooley, of the
"Colorado Committee to Free
Viktor Brailovsky."
Speakers at the seminar were
Dr. Herman Shapiro, a former
refusenik from Riga and personal
friend of Viktor Brailovsky; and
Vladimir Naroditsky. former
Kiev refusenik and an alumnus of
the original Sunday seminars in
Moscow. Dr. Shapiro, an en-
docrinologist at Colorado General
Hospital, spoke of scientific life
in the USSR. Naroditsky,
presently and instructor of
mathematics at the University of
Denver, lectured on research
quantum mechanics.
The Denver seminar, arranged
by the Commission on Inter-
national Jewish Affairs under the
sponsorship of the Committee of
Concerned Scientists, was
planned to protest the arrest of
Viktor Brailovsky and to focus
public attention on the blatant
denial of human rights by Soviet
authorities.
SCIENTIFIC FORUM
ON PLIGHT OF
REFUSENIK SCIENTISTS
NEW YORK A "National
Convocation on Repression of
Scientific Freedom in the Soviet
Union" will be convened on
Sunday, Feb. 8. by the Com-
mittee of Concerned Scientists
(CCS) and the New York
Academy of Sciences.
Opening remarks will be made
by Max Gottesman, Chairman of
the Convocation, Co-chairman of
the CCS and Head of the
Biochemical Genetics Section of
the National Cancer Institute.
Among the eminent speakers
featured are: Benjamin Levich,
former refusenik, Professor at Tel
Aviv University and presently
Albert Einstein Professor of
Science at the City University of
New York; and Rosalyn Yalow,
1977 Nobel Laureate in Medicine.
A MESSAGE
TO PRESIDENT
RONALD REAGAN
MOSKOW On Jen. 26, a
group of fifty-two Moscow
refuseniks sent a message to
President Ronald Reagan. It
read:
"Mr. President:
"We wish to express to you our
great joy, that on the day you
assumed the high office of the
I inmr no moii f
Presidency of the U.S., the world
received the very good news, in
which we share the joy of the
American people, and all people
of good will in the release of the
fifty-two American hostages who
were captured more than one year
ago.
"We wish to convey our
wannest greetings to the brave
Americans who sustained great
sufferings, to their families and
their devoted friends. Also to the
families and friends of those
people who gave their lives while
attempting to free the hostages.
"Now that justice has finally
prevailed, we must ask you, Mr.
President, has right also
triumphed? That to us is the
most important question.
Because peace and prosperity
cannot come to this earth unless
there is respect for law and
morality.
"We would like to hope that all
the days of your Presidency will
be as successful as your first day.
"We wish you success in all
your good deeds.
"We wish for. improved
relationships between the U.S.A.
and the USSR.
Signed by fifty-two Moscow
refuseniks, including: P.
Abramovich, V. Albrecht,
Berenfeld, L. Blitshtein,
Fialkova, Y. Epstein,
Dubianskaya, A. Lerner,
Lvovsky, V. Prestin,
Tiraspolski.
Emigration total for 1980 was
21,471. This represents a
decrease of 60 percent from the
51,320; who left in 1979. Worse
yet, the December total was only
889, an annual rate of barely
10.000.
The tenth anniversary of the
Leningrad Trial of Dec. 24, 1970,
was marked by Moscow
refuseniks by a fast and a silent
protest. Fourteen refuseniks were
arrested; 5 were sent to prison for
10 days.
Some of the devotion and
intensity with which younger
Jews are turning to the learning
of Hebrew and to their
rediscovered religion are con-
tained in a letter from Olga
Kaufman of Odessa to a friend in
Israel:
"We are trying even more
intensively than in the past to go
back to Jewishness: we observe
the Shabbat, go to the
Synagogue, study the Torah and
the language as much as possible.
It seems to me sometimes that
we are remaining here (in ac-
cordance with the will of the
Name) in order to become Jews
ourselves and to pass on some of
our knowledge to others.
"Would it be possible for a
religious community in Eretz to
"adopt" us? What I mean is to
send us Siddurim, a Torah,
phylacteries and tallits, to send
us kosher food and to send us a
real rabbi ... so that he could
talk to us. If they are not letting
us out we should try to arrange
our life here. We had enough of
camp-life existence.
"We.are counting on your
energy and enthusiasm."
A Roman Catholic nun
demonstrated recently in
Denmark. She is ready to give 2
years of her life to be spent in
Siberia as an exchange for the
release of Ida Nudel. Ida, con-
demned for "mtrlicious
hooliganism" 3 \i years ago. is in
internal exile in Siberia. The nun,
Ann Gillen, has dedicated her life
to Ida. "One exchanges spies,"
she says; "why not friends? I'm
ready to go in place of Ida
Nudel."
What are you willing to do?
Call 921-8810 and offer your help
to the Soviet Jewry Committee.
Galahad South
Women Hold
5th Luncheon
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward's Galahad South
Women's Division held their fifth
annual luncheon recently at
Valle's Steak House.
Guest speaker was Esther
Gordon, immediate past presi-
dent of the Women's Division.
Mrs. Gordon discussed the in-
creasing anti-Semitism not only
around the world, but also in the
United States and even in South
Broward.
Bobbie Levin, Women's
Division president, presented
Galahad South Chairwoman Ida
Rakoff with a special plaque
recognizing her dedication to the
Women's Division for the past
five years.
Ethel Endler. Ernestine
Germain and Eleanor Goldberg
are Galahad South co-
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 19 A
Residents to Be Honored by Israel
landale residents, James
Her and Carl Rosenkopf,
been named to receive
i's "New Life" Award at the
Florida Israel Bonds New
Mnnar to be held March 1, at
(onover Hotel on Miami
New Life Award was
lished by Israel and the
Bonds Organization to
ii/e those individuals who
ed the horrors of the
caust but were able to build
life in the United States,
Hjjuishing themselves in
Lclo the community.
^th Kassner and Rosenkopf
long been active in com-
jl affairs and have
nslrated unique leadership
,ies on behalf of many
jilhropic and cultural
lizalions in South Florida.
Issuer, a retired manufac-
. serves on the Board of
bora of La Mer B'nai B'rith
I is a charter member of the
fcrican Friends of the Hebrew
lersity. He has been honored
Che Jewish Federation of
lh Uroward for his work on
Uf of the local Jewish
Hallandale
Jewish Center
in' Rabbinical Association
b>hip Service on Sunday,
fell 1, at 8 a.m., will be hosted
Hi. Hallandale Jewish Center.
| C.iil Klein, Rabbi, will deliver
Sermon. Cantor Jacob
kxigcr will chant the liturgy,
pled by the Temple Choir,
lucled by Mr. Alan Chester,
Mr. Jack Barish at the
The Rabbi's Sermon Topic
be "The Three Pillars upon
L-h the World Stands."
Religious
Directory
NORTH BROWARD
EMPLE BETH ISRAEL. 7100 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
^hiihp a. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
feMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
jrive Reform (44)
&MARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9)06
57th st Conservative. Rabbi Israel
[Zimmerman. (44 A)
Ml RAM AS
^MPLE ISRAEL. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Paul Plotkin,
Cantor Joseph Wichelewskl. (48)
PEMBROKE PINES
EMPLE BETH EMET. Pines Middle
School 200 Nw Douglas Rd., Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Bennet Greenspon.
JMPLE IN THE PINES. 9730 Sterling
| Bernard p. Shoter.
PLANTATION
V^JATION JEWISH CONGREGA
[TION. 400S Nob Hill Rd. Rabbi Sheon
IJ Harr. (64)
IfCONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
[GOGUE.7473NW4thSt. (69)
HALLANDALE
l..cLANDALE JEWISH CENTER. 416
iNfc ath Ave Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
[Carl Klein, Ph.D. Cantor Jacob
|Danziger. (12)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
1-AI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
'88?' NE n"<* Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Kaiph p. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
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i Conervative. Rabbi Max
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EMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. 14th Av.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jsffe.
[Assistant Rabbi Ben Romer. (45)
EMPLE BETH SHALOM. 4601 Arthur
lu Con$ervatlve. Rabbi Morton
I walvsky Cantor Irving Gold. (46)
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II ^ve RabDi Seymour Friedman.
rfn, Ernerltus David Shapiro.
I Lantor Robert Ungar.
IhUi?LE solbi- S'OO Sheridan St.
1 Hollywood, Fla. 33021. Liberal
r!l,rm. Rabbl Robert P. Frazln.
I <-antor Michael Kyrr. (47C)
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community.
Rosenkopf has long been active
in Jewish communal affairs,
including B'nai B'rith, ORT.
Jewish Labor Committee,
Histudrut and numerous others.
He is a board member of the
Red Mogen David, the Israel Red
Cross. He is past president of the
David Ben Gurion Cultural Club
and executive committee member
Rosenkopf
of the Community Relations
Committee of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
Rosenkopf is also a member of
the Southeastern Florida
Holocaust Memorial Center and
the \ lallandale Jewish Center. He
has received numerous awards
and honors for his work with the
Jewish and the secular
munily.
com-
Bond Events
IMPERIAL TOWERS
Frances Levitt has been chosen
to receive Israel's Scroll of Honor
at the annual Imperial Towers
Salute to Israel Brunch held on
U'li.ill of the Israel Bonds
Organization. The event is slated
for Sunday, March 1 at 10 a.m.
Jean Ackerman and Ida Nyerare
serving as co-chairpersons. Long
active in Jewish communal af-
fairs, Mrs. Levitt has been active
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Leaders of the Israel Bond Organization in South Broward
gathered at the home of Nathan and Phyllis Prticher to pledge
support for the economic growth of Israel through the Israel
Bonds Program .Evelyn andOtto Stieber (left) were honored with
special recognition for their active participation in the Israel
Bonds Organization and for their diligent efforts to help build a
strong Jewish State. The award wm presented by Nat Sedley.
with lladassah, B'nai B'rith,
ORT, American Jewish Congress
and numerous other Jewish
philanthropic and service
organizations. Mickey Freeman,
will known Jewish humorist will
appear at the Imperial Towers
brunch. Rae Rubin is Breakfast
chairperson and Mr. and Mrs.
Waller Gartner are Honorary
Chairpersons.
MALAGA TOWERS
The residents of Malaga
Towers will gather to celebrate a
Night for Israel on Thursday,
Feb. 26, sponsored by the Malaga
Towers Israel Bonds Committee.
Bertha Goldberg is chairman of
the event. She noted that Malaga
Towers residents will receive
Israels Scroll of Honor,
recognizing them for their
continued support of Israel's
economic growth through the
Israel Bonds program. Mrs.
Goldberg said that "Malaga
Towers has always purchased
Israel Bonds in record numbers
and will continue to do so. Emil
Cohen, noted humorist, will be
special guest.
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