The Jewish Floridian of South Broward

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The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
Running title:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Running title:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood
Added title page title:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla
Fred Shochet
Creation Date:
January 6, 1984


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 13, no. 23 (Nov. 11, 1983)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for July 7, 1989 called no. 11 but constitutes no. 13.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statement conflict: Aug. 4, 1989 called no. 14 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
General Note:
The Apr. 20, 1990 issue of The Jewish Floridian of South County is bound in and filmed with v. 20 of The Jewish Floridian of South Broward.
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Title from caption.

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Number 1
i. Smith finds
\th misinformed
/ood's own Larry
i, just back from
says there is a
|ite lack of understan
jetween young
icans and young
pis. He also sees a
|to change the
>ds used to promote
In the United States.
Page 6.
igues present
Man's dream
)avid Shapiro of
Sinai writes that
le tells us that the
5anee of Exodus' 10
was not In
them, but In
them to stop.
f hat's
fting news to
ze any community
:curring in South
i is long
I news goes to the
face. The Jewish
in,c/o The Jewish
Won of South
rd. 2719 Hollywood
Hollywood, Fla.
Is the right place.
note of It.
Iybrook ready
ine Sunday
rook's Campaign in
of the UJA-Jewish
tion of South
|rd is off to a flying
itha 59 percent gain
1982 83 Cam
Hollybrook's goal
4 is $250,000, a
of which will be
Sunday, Jan. 8, at
miere Gifts
if written

Hollywood, Florid. Friday. January 6, 1964
t fr*S*ochtt
Price 35 Cents
Temple Israel hires rabbi
Temple Israel of Miramar announces the
association of Rabbi Raphael C. Adler as
spiritual leader of the congregation beKin
nlng Jan. 16.
Rabbi Adler was ordained at the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary of
Yeshiva University in June 1982. He holds
a BA in Judaic studies and political science
from George Washington University and
an MS in Jewish philosophy from the
Bernard Revel Graduate School of Judaic
Since his ordination. Rabbi Adler has
served as spiritual leader of B'nai Israel in
Hampton. Va.. where he revitalized Sab-
bath sfrvicts and was actively involved in
Had served in Virginia
religious school education, adult education,
youth activities, special training for learn-
ing-disabled children and conversion stu-
In addition, he was active as chaplain at
a military base and at local hospitals, was
involved in interfaith activities, a member
of the board of directors. United Campus
Ministries of Christopher Newport College,
as well as serving on various rabbinic as-
Rabbi Adler and his wife. Francine, of-
ficially will be welcomed at Shabbat serv-
ices on Friday. Jan. 20.
Rabbi Raphael C. Adler

JEWISH MUSIC SEASON, Jan. 14 through May 7,
is a way of highlighting the richness and diversity of
the melodies which play an important role in Jewish
life, from the haunting cantorial ballads to the
spirited tunes of Israeli folk music. Shown above is
JANUARY 14 MAY 7, 1984
Jewish Music Council I5E.26thSL
New York, New York IOOK)- u*-w
the Jewish Welfare Board's 16-by 20 inch poster
dominated by a three-stringed harp. David, as court
musician to King Saul, played a three-stringed
[rather than a 10-st ringed] instrument. The work is
by Mordechai Rosenstein. a noted Hebraic artist
At 66, he's definitely chai on life
Menachem' s pal Sam
plays by the numbers
Associate Editor
"General" Samuel Rothkopf, now 66, is a
man of numbers mostly sixes.
Exactly three months ago on Oct. 6
he became an honorary general in the Israel
Defense Forces. It was 56 years ago that he
first met the man who bestowed that honor
on him, Menachem Begin.
And it was Nov 6. 1982, that his longtime
friend Begin presented Rothkopf with the
first Jabotinsky Centennial Award for dedi-
cation to Jewish nationalism. Nov. 6 was
Zionist leader Vladamir Jabotinsky's birth-
SAMUEL AND LOLA ROTHKOPF of Prince George condominium day.
hare a few moments with Moshe Arene. Israeli ambassador to the The number six also playe United States. Continued on Pag*

The.leu ish FUmdian of South Broward
Hollywood. Friday. jnutr>,
On vpril 1, Jewish Federations along the Gold
( oastwill be undertaking the first National Super
SunoVv program ever attempted in the United
i'he Jewish Federations of South Broward. Fort
I.uuderdale. South (Palm Beach I County and Palm
Beach will be telephoning tens of thousands of Jews
to seek their support for human service programs in
Super Sunday
3 months away
Israel, in our local communities and in more thtsl
countries throughout the world.
When a Super Sunday volunteer calls you on
1. make your maximum possible gift to the
United .Jewish Appeal-Federation Campaign
Shan- th- Vision of life and hope that has gui
.Jews throughout the millenia.
Share the Vision!
What ft takes to be a Riverside.
It takes years.
Nearly 70 years of building a name
people trust.
It takes a special kind of leadership that
originated with Charles Rosenthal, Riverside's
And which continues today, in the hands
of Carl Grossberg, Alfred Golden, Leo Hack,
Andrew Fier and a new generation of Jewish
It is this leadership which, in coopera-
tion with Orthodox, Conservative and Reform
Rabbis, actually helped set the standards for
Jewish funeral services.
And it is this leadership that has
dedicated Riverside to maintaining the high
standards demanded by Jewish tradition.
That's why, at Riverside, people
continue to find the dedication and the
resources which are necessary to provide
service that is truly Jewish.
And that's why today, Riverside is the
most respected name in Jewish funeral *r
in the world.
Carl Grossberg. President
Alfred Golden, Executive Vice Preaid
Leo Hack, Vice President, Religious Adi
Andrew Fier. Vice President
The most respected name in Jewish iuwj
service in the world.

Smith sees need for US., Israeli Jews to see
Page 3
JTA Rtporter
WASHINGTON Hep Larry Smith. D-Fla.. who returned her*
last week from meeting in Israel of young Americana and Israeli
young Jewish leaders, said there is a need for American Jews and
Israelis to learn more about each other.
"We are aa naive about them aa they are about us," said Smith, who
was one of two congressmen who participated in the first World
Assembly of Young Jewish Leadership as part of the United Jewish
Appeal Young Leadership Cabinet. The other congressman was Ran
Dan Glickman, I) Kan "^"
Smith said the Israeli and American Jews had 3' i days of "gut-
wrenching" discussions of the issues. He said it was agreed that there
had to be a continuing dialogue with more input by diaspora Jews and
more Israelis visiting the United States so that they could "un-
| derstand how things operate here."
Smith said there was much discussion on the need to change the
way aliya is promoted in the United States and how those who having
gone on aliya. are dealt with after they arrive in Israel.
Regarding aliya by American Jews, Smith said that Zionism has
lit t la meaning for American Jews, with very few of them belonging to
Zionist organizations. He suggested this started when Israel became a
Ination in 1948 "When next year in Jerusalem became a reality, then
Calls UJA discussions In Israel 'gut-wrenching'
U.S. Rep. Larry Smith
many diaspora Jaws who could have made aliya didn't have to," the
congressman explained. "They could be next year in Jenaalem and
then go home and enjoy the material comforts of being an American
Jew. They had the beet of both worlds.''
Smith said that there was a consensus between the Americans and
the Israelis on the need to change the way the World Zionist
Organization and the Jewish Agency operate. He said the Americans
particularly objected that everything in the two institutions wee
politicized and argued there was a need to de-politicize them.
He said there waa a feeling that the young Israelis, who would be
the future leaders of these institutions, agreed. He said that while
change was "urgent," it did not have to come immediately but could
be more gradual.
The Israelis stressed the need for Jewish education and particularly
the learning of Hebrew in the diaspora. Smith said. He noted that in
reply the Americans expressed concern about the secularism of Israeli
society, on the one hand, and the dominance of Orthodox Jewry on the
But Smith warned that "we tend to look at their problems with our
Continued on Page 5
women due
at luncheon
Nearly 600 IIilk-rest women are
expected at a United Jewish
[Appeal-Jewish Federation of
pouth Broward $150 minimum
jnrheon Monday. Jan. 30, at
Temple Beth Shalom in Holly-
Ilillcresters are to hear J.
Frederic Blitstein, an authority
Ion the Middle East who has his
Jh I) in government and urban
Btudies and who taught on the
jniversity level in Middle East
btudies He also was a contribut-
[g member of President Ford's
pnmmittee for National Econom-
Under the chairmanship of
irothy Chemuchin and Ida
| Hillcrest women intend to
list $315,000 for the UJA Fed
^ation 1984 Campaign.
Luncheon chairman is Ger-
ide Entin; decorations are
ing handled by Eleanor Sack
k>ff and reservations chairwom-
an- Gertrude Kronovet and
tleanor I.erner
on Jan. IS
The second annual Low-Rise
|reakfast in behalf of the United
ewish Appeal-Jewish Federa-
:.n of South Broward 1984 Cam
>'gn will be Sunday. Jan. 15, at
' a.m. at the Hilton Hotel. 4000
with Ocean Drive. Hollywood
[1 he $100 minimum breakfast,
in h was so successful last year
I bringing together those condo-
fnium dwellers who do not have
ieration functions in their
hidings, will feature Jerry
kcl. an expert on Mideast af
'>-i-hairmen of the event are
ilip Olender and Joe Reise,
Illy wood Beach; Jack Hoffen-
fg Hallandale Beach; and
ids Schwartz. Hallandale.
rhe Low-Rise Breakfast is the
annual event which gives
lents a chance to meet neigh
from other buildings in a
M show of support for Israel
I for the Jewish Community of
kth Broward.
more information about
| breakfast Jan. 16. call Judy
*th at Federation. 921-8810.
JFSB leaders help United Way
Joyce Newman
The spirit of giving, helping
and caring does not stop at the
doors of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward. Many Federa-
tion stalwarts find the energy
and dedication to work for more
than one cause.
Case in point is the United
Wsy of Broward County. Persons
in point are Joyce Newman,
Irving Wexler and Lester Weil,
all members of the Jewish Feder-
Mrs. Newman. JFSB president
from 1977-79 and whose husband
Ted is 1984 Campaign chairman,
serves the United Way as vice
president. South Broward Re-
gion, and as condominium chair-
man for all the county.
Wexler, whose wife Reva is
JFSB Campaign coordinator,
serves the United Way as South
Broward rondo area chairman.
Weil, active in the Federation's
Hollybrook Campaign, is South-
west condo area chairman.
With $4.2 million raised last
year, the United Way is seeking
$5 million this year to support its
52 beneficiary agencies, which
run the gamut by serving
children, the handicapped and
the elderly.
Among the United Way's
agencies are the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South
Broward, Jewish Family Service,
Women in Distress and the
Broward Workshop for the Blind.
The United Way is a non-sectar-
ian umbrella organization.
According to Mrs. Newman,
President Reagan's budget cuts
have particularly hurt United
Way agencies. "We are seeking a
banner year, in view of those
cuts, with a 100 percent gain at
the condos," Mrs. Newman says.
"Of course we are hoping that
our Jewish brethren, many of
whom receive the benefits of
United Way dollars, will come
through for us."
United Wsy Campaign chair-
man is Jack Moss, a former pre-
sident of the Greater Fort
Iauderdale Federation
Sedleys again leading)
Passover Mission
vt~ W-/*r,/fm46 dwaWawjaawsawj, 4* .A*W
April 4 -19,1984
Dina Sedley
"Spending Passover with the
boys and girls based with the Is-
rael Defense Force and Air Force
was one of the greatest expe-
riences of our lives," says Nat
Sedley, who with his wife, Dins,
will lead the 1984 Passover in-Is
rael Mission.
Two years ago the Sedleys
brought the Jewish Federation of
South Broward's first Spring
Mission to Israel to share a Pass-
over seder with 600 of Israel's
"Because this was a UJA Mis-
sion," Sedley says, "we were be
able to see the Navy installation
at Eilat, and witness a demon-
stration of F-14s and F-15s in ac-
From April 4-19. 1984. the
Sedleys will repeat their Mission,
which was hailed by returning
missionaires as a "smash event."
In addition to the seder, Sedley
says, 1984 Passover Mission-
goers will not only be entertained
by Air Force personnel, but be
briefed by the commander of the
Nat Sedley
base on the role the Air Force
plays in keeping the Homeland
Also on the itinerary are visits
to the Golan Heights and Metula
(the Good Fence). Missionaires
will sail the Kinnert (Sea of
Galilee), be treated to three
kosher meals a day and stay only
at the finest hotels in Israel.
A Passover Mission Brssfsaa
will be held oa Monday. Jan. if,
at 7 pas. at the Hilton an Holly
wood Beach. Contact Judy
Nesneth at the Federation, KI-
SS 10, for more information
The Mission is limited to 100
residents. Hotel apace at tab
tins* of year, Sedley says, is
limited, and oace the 60 rooms
are filled no more will be svaila
"I strongly urge that you saga
up immediately so that we can
hold space for you. Yoa may can-
cel up to 30 days before dopar-
tere, with a full refund." the Mis
This year In Jerusalem! Make this Passover season a time you will
remember all your life by taking part In this special Mission Program
Enjoy the Featlval of Freedom In the Promised Land, along with the
people of Israel.
Round-Trip Airfare from Fort Lsuderdale
Passover Seder at an Israel Army Base
Special ssaethwe wttn Israel vtrs
Visit erlee o< historical and cultural knportsncs
Home hoepnaltty wrrh IsraeM lamWee
Tsl Ar, Tlbertss, Ellet, Jerusalem end much mo..
ssnsssW, slornsish.u and shopping
Monday. January 16, 1984
at taw Holiday Ian (Hilton)
4000 S. Ocean Drive
No Charge No Obligation
Leara more ebont this esdtmg travel package avaJkbat only through
the Jewish Federation of South Broward as part of iu 1984 Israel
Missions Program.
YESI I wish to attend the mission briefing on
Federation's Passover In Jerusalem Mission.
.Home Phone.
Please cell me at my business phone______________
Return this form to: Jewish Federation of South Broward
2719 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida 33020

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Would that they kill
mil v one another
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-preac..-. q
rad bde *
I These a;
al. were ckc sane farces :^: =a : fa-jen tZ
each other x *.he effort to daim responsibiiity for
the blooch btw-ciombmg in Jerusa>m ^c-
In the end. *lk WMra pewrers xterrwimg oc
their V^> v Araia: a=c the :jer rjt .*&! '.c
escape with Israeli gunfao*_9 rtaz
Mm 7-.-.-... ^ad Hrffand MBjh \rafa-. FLO
wocld headquarter iu I eLsewhere for a
The Greek ships carryang the terrorists Sew the
flag of the UaitMl Nations a shameful use of
what should be a proud international symbol The
fact that the U -N has seen fit to honor the
PLO wxh a spec*, status usually
ved for so% eretgr states r_as ion*: been a pomt
':.-- -***.-.% .'. :~ tzc Lntemataona.
H the PLO factons have stopped bctcherxg
one another a m;aed bleasmg. to be sure Now
s-i-^A' :*-^z Arafat s PLO .: -js Syna s PLO
..: >? a small step m the right
: r ect r. S>-ra after al. despite its intemperate
-. -a. ^eeds does pretend to be a
ZAij.r: among nations It can and should be held
accounta^ ie for what occurs under its stewardship
There wil be no pubuc withdrawal from the
PLO s co*> enant of blood and violence but the
world has the right to expect more of Hafez Assad
than it did of Yaazr .Arafat who will be Licking ha
wounds for a while
.And should the PLO surface again soon in
whole or in part or m pces may they kiH only
each other
Israel freezes hiring
The Israeli govern-*:-: .--as if sHatnl a pen.asi% e
public hiring freeze to heap the country cope with the
current ecooomjc crisis. but toe Cabinet has
exempted Project Renewal because of its critical
importance m I sraeii society and its tempera--,
The freeze prohibits all government and public
agency hiring until March 311 in leas permitted by a
personnel appeals com mx tee which wil cooaider
petitions on mdrv idual bases
But the Cabinet fully excluded Project Renewal, in
light of its vital importance and special contract"
staffing Special contract passions are classified as
temporary and are not counted toward regular
staffing levels in offices to which Renewal personnel
are assigned
Remember that the American Jewish ooauaunty s
share of the 132 million shortfall between Renewal
cash collection and expenditures) is 125 million, the
gap is widening by S1 million a month


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aiuacflM B> ooBparwoo. oe'.he > back we
BMM _r.
i *re aoc i peopae were ee^,(ec ..-."..". j type of actr* ity Still
M 1..5 tor pertooju rea^aona Earl> --.
than er* hiindrwls of people on each
ireight trma:
-. Pr.^l t .^t> at a tune e exchanged the
_aca torva.eepen aaci fannen for
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proifbw latara Pr
1921 w were abaa to i
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March and Apnl a becaana known that the
* hwapof aocai maumrnm ud
am baar hwcaune the K(.R
(lorguiMTiwwnlBwnamyi. hegu
^taming paopw ti"""" *h and rchiaf
^pe cJetentioai and arrwat wej^rr.pedoff
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.: round the ataaioo awd wouid ;. r-,p on th,
. *e it gathwrad nsuch *teauc
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*rg *tat iraaa Bt taw tame tki aa raj
pr/ice undormed aray sad kxa^ ajthontw
< r "f m> partnara grabbed any tack con
. .rood part o( the vaJoabtra rr.v food
prusii'Mud peraooaJ eflecta and'-rr.pedoW
heather !* of the train. I'naortun*
the wrong aadw nght mto th trmt
. police and the Rad Army
I had to wait *% era! hour* before I was
-d The secret police officer r^rge
know the alantay of the > oung man
. rwar mr the one who had grabbed ) *ck
iked me what the sack contained
A hun a had food enough to last wan,
. me personal aims I aasd 1 die net kaea
r* felbw tra\*arr was I just happened to
has v>een riding with hian for a shor. '..t* I ud
j they caught haw so I could g* ^> lood
He asked ane what I was doing in Muncow and
w here I was going I seal I want there t<> look for
>tar who was air sng an the Red Arm> tsi
and now I was going oaat to the Ikmnt
This a* partly true
I dtdr. t want rum to know that I lived m
lYiluki so I toad him try hometown was Seahin.
quite sune distance from Pnluk: I nr the
region well enough to answer aU his question im|
he bought m> story Since they found nothing on
me. I was among the very few who were released
IT TOOK ME SI X DAYS to reach Pnluki. ud |
I had nothing to ant all that time However, that
was hot and cold water available at some sutom |
I tried to bee; and even steal a peace of bread oo
oa Page 11
Letters of note
On Leo Frank decision
EDITOR r-. 1t m*
'Ae are aasarec: bj :ne ref'osal
of Georgia s Pardons and Parole
Boarc to exonerate Leo Prank
even "0 vears after fsis .vnching
The National Jesnsh Com
nb \d\
Count- V i the nation
al coordinating bnd> for the field
of Jew ?.*'.>ns
eompnv-. aataonal *r.d .
oommunav Jewish agen.
throughout the Uaatad Stab
Iu member organisations jKlude
the Atlanta Jrwah Federal.
the Aaaancaa Jewish Coaaoatta
ar. U DefamatK.n league
of B nai B nth all of whom
yoaned in submitting a brief in the
NJCRXC cited thr --r.Wm
tag facts and ev idence presented
a fully documented brief back
ed by the statement of an in
dividual who was witness to the
1915 murder of Mary Phagan
The decision is mure than a
commentary on the anaafic caaa
By as action the Pardon and
Parole Board did not remo\e the
angering dark cloud that has
rtmtmutti U for
the past 70 yean ovw an open
pasrabsur \mencan s-.
pate of
stal have cor
can sorartv will
t has mad. eradicat
aig relig-. \ pardon
would he
Cwaer of the National
Jewish Coaaasaasty Relatsoew
Advasory Coaaci (NJCRACl
Cha nukah headline
EDITOR. ThtJtuttk Fbndtan
Vshile I customanh enjoy
reading through 7A# Jt'uisk Plo-
idiaii and while I am pleased to
ciioperau in as publication by
::*!> artKles when
pastsjd 1 cannot help but
register m> n.n*-Tn and diaplaa
m the Kloridian s unfor
' ntaiwm *>t thr
Chanukah article which appeared
bearing m> name m the Sovem
ber 25th edition
The article that I submitted
bars the tale Toward a Realua
tion of Chanukah.' and iu as-
M-rum! a*asansn i> l*^xl on my
understanding of the meemng of
this fiopular festival as an ea
prasaion of the questain How
does a Jew handle assimilation?"
1 ha fact that our sages did not
ant the books ,.f Maccabaas
can.iru/ed int.. the Miblr and their
wamr heroes v.-nrrsled as
h prototype* ,Wrl> indi
cataa to m. that nrahrr unmm
gatrd Jewish assimuatam into
*m n,* Macrabean funds
meniali-m were deemed worthv
hi challenge of as
B) .hanging the title of the
sria-k- la Haitorv fl^kers (afco!
?.hts ,.
Playing on the front page raaer
ence to the article tre ci.
Haatory debunks Chanukah.]
some unfortunate editor has a
onlv nusunderstood the thrusti
the paper aself. but has creaudj
dangerous and meleadingfrr
work for tu readers
The unfavorable
and correapondence that 1
crived an response to this M
titswiHg were unjustified by r
original efforts and the intent
of the paper
1 would truly espnt that
plorsdsaa will continue its '
ceaaful pattern ai repowi
journalism and abandon its
iMxessnry attempts at sensst*j
On 'Notch Ethct'
EDITOK. The Jti*hr-bnd^
Party m September
Abby pnbbsheds aHiar a
column concerning the So^"
feet in Social Secunty brne
Thai first kHter c*311^-
act-uraciee She then publaW
correction Since then "
sue and many SarJJ
have been pubUshed *""
rert some not
In her first column.
Abby. sumeseted that hern
.rue thew^-h^ *>***,
this awue Man> f y" wj
oTth issue Ln^un--
many people did not -

[rs. Pitt el I becomes first woman ever
win seat on U J A National Cabinet

Jewish Federation of
Hroward's Elaine Pittcll
Hone it again with another
[she's the first woman from
irea ever named to the
id Jewish Appeal's National
ign Cabinet
it that news should not sur
JFSB activists. Mrs.
whose husband Robert
t'.-iit ration president in 1981
I -. ulso is the first woman
to serve on the UJA's
da Campaign Cabinet as
,|ao serves on the national
til fur the American Israel
\ffairs Committee
|A< iv a member of the
executive board of the National
Conference for Soviet Jewry and
is a National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council
(NJCRACl commissioner
For South Broward. Mrs
Pittell is a lounder of the I nter
faith Committee and also of the
Soviet Jewry Committee of the
Community Relations Committee
(past chairman) and has served
the Women's Division Board of
Directors for 18 years
Other South Kroward ac
complishmenls include sitting on
the Federations Board of
Directors, winning the June
Gordon Young leadership
Award in 1976 and currently
serving as
New Gifts co-
Mrs. Pittell also is a Broward
representative on the National
Council of Christians and Jews
and is a board member of the
Southeast Florida Holocaust
Memorial Center
Mrs. Pittell again has proven
that dedication and devotion to
the cause of the Jewish people is
recognized on the national level,''
I )r Philip Pittell. president of the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. said upon hearing of
the appointment.
Mrs. Pittell truly is one of our
community's most important
forces." he added.
Hebrew U. wins $1 million
it from N.J. chemist
t\\ YORK (JTAI Dr.
r;. Kdelstein. pioneer indus-
(hemist. noted historian.
iir and philanthropist, has
fchuted $1 million to Hebrew> of Jerusalem to house
major collections of
t. if it hooks and manuscripts.
ling Albert Einstein's
k irchivea.
contribution to the Amer
riendi of the Hebrew Univ-
IAFHU) will endow the
s krielstein Center for the
and Philosophy of
Technology and Med-
The center will provide a
between the sciences and
jmamties at the university
|t>r scholars from Israel and
[houl the world.
Mill encourage and enable
list- to broaden their know-
the history of their field,
providing the wherewithal
btoriana, philosophers and
M hi ilars to pursue the im-
^f science and technology on
human experience, the
Einstein collection com-
15,000 documents from the
M s archives, including 30
unpublished scientific manu-
scripts and a vast amount of cor-
respondence with the century's
leading scientists and public
personalities. Einstein left the
collection to the university in his
The center will also prove a
home for Edelstein s own collec-
tion considered one of the
world's most important of
books and manuscripts concern-
ing the history of chemistry, al-
chemy, dyeing and related
sciences. He gave the collection
to the Hebrew University in
Edelstein, president of Dexter
Chemical Corp of New York
City, is a pioneer in the chemistry
of dyeing and textiles. He is ac-
tively engaged as a science his-
torian, with a particular interest
in the development of dyestuffs,
dyeing and the chemical industry
and has numerous publications in
this field. He is considered a
world authority on the analysis of
ancient dyes and the develop
ment of their use.
Edelstein. of Fort Lee. N.J..
has been a vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, a member
of the national board of the
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PARIS IJTA) The Jewish
cemetery of Bischeim, near
Strasbourg, was desecrated last
weekend. Tombstones were over-
turned and inscriptions painted
over. The city's rabbi. Claude
Lederer. said vandals and not
anti-Semites might be res-
The police have started an offi-
cial investigation at the request
of the district attorney. The
cemetery, which also serves the
Strasbourg community, is
considered an historic site.
YOUNG LEADERS Award winners Michael Orlove
and Ronald Rothschild(center ]of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward are congratulated by Susan Bauchner of
Bridgeport, Conn., co-chairman of the General Assembly
Leadership Development Program, at the 52nd Assembly
of the Council of Jewish Federations in Atlanta.
Rep. Smith comments
Continued from Page 3
solutions and that is unfair." He said American Jews must un-
derstand more the "pressures'' of Israeli society
Before going to Israel. Smith and Glickman met with Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo. Smith said he corrected some of
the "misperceptions that Mubarak seemed to have about the new
U.S.-Israeli agreement on strategic cooperation. He said he assured
Mubarak that the agreement would have no effect on U.S.-Egyptian
relations nor will it mean any reduction of U.S. aid to Egypt. But
Smith, a freshman member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee,
said that he stressed to Mubarak that congressmen, who seek
reelection every year, "need our friends to cooperate with each other."
Smith said, speaking later to Israeli Premier Yitzhak Shamir, that
Shamir said it was "unfortunate'' that the Arab states "felt com-
pelled" to attack the agreement. But he said this was a problem for the
United States, not for Israel.
Smith said he felt that the agreement only ratified what had been
policy but that it was helpful in that instead of having a short-term
policy, the United States now had a long-term strategy. He said the
Reagan administration had finally caught up to what Congress had
been arguing in favor for a year.
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Community Calendar
7, Saturday
8, Sunday
10, Tuesday
' Time. Space ana Judaism is
topic of Ted Comet. Council of
Jewish Federations, at
Metropolitan Young Leadership.
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. 8 p.m. at home of Shelly
and Lynda Levin, call 921-6810
Rho Pi Phi Pharmacy Fraternity.,
8 a.m. 12:15 session at
Hollywood Home Savings. Young
Circle: call 473-2455
Gun Control" is topic of Temple
Sinai Men's Club at 10 a.m.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Lun-
cheon features Benji with Magic
Gypsy Violin.' call 454-0348 or
11, Wednesday University on Wheels Program.
Brandeis National Women's
Committee, 9 15 a m atBaiiey
Hall. BCC. call 463-6780
"For Women Only-Midli'e Tran-
sition Family Life Series con-
ducted Dy Augusta Zimmerman.
7.30 pm at Tempie Soiei. call
12, Thursday Marketing Strategies. How to
Ge: tne Compel I .e Edge is
topic o' Normar B'a^a-
3^s 'ess Execul jFSB 545pit r Emera -. H
intry Club, can 921-8810
14, Saturday Sriomrai Dinner guests Wil nea-
Meir Rosenne. Israeli am-
bassador to the US 7 15 p m at
Tempie Beth Shalom
16, Monday
18, Wednesday
Art Auction. Temple Soiei
Sisterhood. 8 p m
Technion Women. S Broward
Chapter, lunches at noon at
Galahad North, call 920-0761
Family Life Series. Tempie Soiei
(see Jan. 11).
Your Community Calendar wetconvas rvaws o' r"--' -? V -' v
led organization AH meeting*, times and men >:* tm s-c. I r*
directed to Steve Katon. associate editor at tn ..ew a> ctow-or
o< South Browara. 2719 Hollywood Bivd Caienoa' .itoematio'' "Vjii
be recived at least two wee*s before publication oate
Conservative Synagogue
In South Broward
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Mail Complete Resume in Confidence. Box CS to
Jewish Floridian. P.O. Box 012973. Miami. Fla. 33101
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We Appreciate Your Business
Phone 966-7600 624-4777
Holly brook Premiere Gifts
will hear gifted author Klein
Thi Holt>*ro Premier. "
Dinner Sunday Ji **
crrticaJN acclaimed author Gerda
until Klein to the S
Broward Jewrsh Comrounit> ir.
kh* Had Jewiah
\pc-aJ Jewish Federation d
- .ward 19M Campaign
In its queat for a 66 percent in
crease over the 19831 ampaign at
HoD> ampaign Chairman
Harold Goldberg reports a 59
percent (fain at H oily brook s
Chanukah Kickoff A total of
140.000 was raised. Holly brook s
-4 goal is $250,000
We are seeking 100 percent
participation this year. Gold
berg say I And we hope one day
we will surpass our role model
HUlcrent With 1.500 Jewish
family at Hollybrook. we will
make tail happen for the needy in
Israel and at home
We intend to reach our goal
Hollybrook s featured aa
Ms Klein has wt
My Life which ha
(>> critics as a mo\ ntj ana.
tifully written wort
suffering and survival
book tells
Gerda Klein
through face-to-face solicitation,
the Hollybrook chairman says
The Hollybrook Premiere (J
Dinner begins at p m
Kmerald Hills Country Club
is expreaary for those Hollybn
residents with the reserve
dedication to pledge a mi run,
of $1,000 to the LJA I-,-dent
Campaign." Goldberg
Fortunately, this years
will be the largest ever
For more information a
the J'remiere Gifts function!
about the UJA -federal
Annual Dinner at Hollybn
Feb 12. contact the KederaJ
at 921 -MU0.
FOR JEWISH EDUCATION Avis Sachs (second from right], chairman of
SynaKogu* Funding Committee of the Jewish Education Committee. Jew
Federation of South Broward. presents a check to Florence Roeenthalof Temple Sit
The funds will go toward two programs. Student Tuition Assistance RecommendauC
[STAR] and Innovative Programming. Shown also are (from left) Barbara Desk)
Temple Solel. Dr. Mark Cohen, chairman of the committee, and Dr. Stanley Spauj
Temple Beth Shalom.
Rep. Smith addresses 'Notch Effect
develop a plan to correct the dis Ways and Means Committee
parity in benefits These bills are CONGRKSSM
now pending before the House LAWRENCE J SMJ
Coatiaued from Page 4
follow up columns which clarified> question-
The Notch Effect" in Social
Security benefits results from a
19T7 law passed to correct benefit
formula problems created by
changes made in 1972 Congress
in 1972 misjudged several factors
including the rate of inflation
when it changed the formula in
1972 Because of these changes.
Socal Security cost-of-living ad
justments were increasing so
rapidly that eventually some
people could retire with benefits
greater than their pre-retirement
In 1977 Congress amended the
law to correct the formula in an
attempt to preserve the integrity
of the system To ease the trans
it iin to a new benefit formula, the
1977 law included special pro vis
ions for people about to retire
those bom between 1917 and
1921 Thus, those already retired
would continue to receive bene
fit- under the first formula
Those about to retire, the Notch
years, would receive benefits
greater than if their benefits were
determined solely by the new for
mula Those born after 1921 will
receive benefits only under the
new formula and will receive less
than those in the Notch
I have cosponsored legislation
H K 3947. wharh would return to
the original formula for benefit
computation and H Cm Kea 9.
calling on the commissioner of
Social Security and the secretary
of Health and Human Services to
Sunday, January 8 10:30 a.m.
Yiuhok Shamir Stanley Rosenblatt
taped in Jerusalem last month. The Prime
Minister is extremely candid in his
discussion with Stanley Rosenblatt of the
critical issues in the Middle East
ALSO as* Stanley Roaaablatt a interview
with President fhaim Hereof taped Wat
month at hie residence in Jaruaaiam
Sunday. January 16 -10.30 a an

The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Page 7
earning Through
_ nformed
_ ours
[WISH FAMILY SERVICE is the next stop Thursday
12, in the Jewish Federation of South Broward Wo'
s Division Learning through Informed Federation
| LI FT) program. Other trips will be made to the
rish High School, Douglas Gardens and Camp
iima. For more information or to make reservation?
Itart the Federation at 921-8810.
I ICC is to attend "Annie"'
Ithi Royal I'alm Dinner
ktn I ursday evening. Feb.
)) irip includes round trip
|>|H.rt.iiionand a full dinner.
icious Legacy'
JCC is presenting two
[to I he Bass Museum to view
Precious" 1-egacy" Judaic
Sun-, from the Czechoslovak
collections. Both trips in-
meala at the art-deco Car-
Motel, an art-deco lecture
lour of area. The dates are
heviav Feb. IS. and Sunday.
tatf workshop
JCC is presenting its first
fcn s enrichment workshop of
Kntsf spring season: "Let's
J Mother inlaws." on Feb. 8
P 30-11 a.m.
[Kust.i Zimmerman. MSW,
|*Lsh Family Services will
late this session. The
Kh Hunch" offers enriching
Bsion for today's women the
NN liu-sda \ for four
ka, February through May.
Kitting will be available by
I Jewish Community Center
tropohtan Detroit will be
the US Maccabi Youth
Auk 19-26.
games are one week of
Mmnal competition in nine
i basketball. soccer.
>ics. racquetball. swim
table tennis, volleyball,
Jnd tennia) for Jewish boya
r-U 12-16.
and cultural events will
1 included
["" are interested in com
or helping to fund the
Broward delegation, call
Sherman at the JCC.
Wido w-wido wers
A support group for recent
widows widowers has been
farmed under the auspices of the
Mental Health Society of South
BrowSffd and the Southeast Focal
The group will be meeting the
first Thursday of every month at
1 p.m. in the Jewish Community
(enter. 2888 Hollywood Blvd.
Call Dvora Friedman at 921-6518.
Photo content
Amateur photographers are in-
vited to enter the second interna-
tional photograph competition
entitled "The Jewish Heritage in
the Eye of the Camera.''
Beth Hatefusoth of the
Museum of the Jewish Diaspora,
in cooperation with The Jeru-
salem Poet, initiated the world-
wide photo competition to help
document Jewish life throughout
the diaspora
Prizes will be awarded for the
beat entries and a selection of
entries will be displayed in an ex-
hibition at Beth Hatefusoth. All
entries must reach Beth
Hatefusoth no later than May 30.
Call Mark Sherman at the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Broward. 9216511. for
further information.
For singlet
JCC Singles (20 401 are plan-
ning a dance Saturday, Jan. 7, at
9 p.m. at Hillcreet Country Club.
Health fair
A Health Fair will take place at
the Southeast Focal Point Senior
Center. 2838 Hollywood Blvd.. on
Jan. 23 and 24. from 10 a.m. to 4
A painting and sketching class
is being offered at the Southeast
Focal Point Senior Center
Wednesdays at 1 p m for begin
ners and i ntermed iata
Federation takes stand
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward Board of Direc
tors has unanimously approved a
resolution opposing the 1984
halkn referendum item known as
Amendment 1, charging that its
(assage would cause irreparable
harm to social service provision
in Florida.
"Amendment 1 would endan
ger programs for the elderly and
for our children." explained Fed-
eration President Philip A. Le-
vin. "Passage of this public ini-
tiative would force cutbacks in
education funds from the state,
on which our youngsters depend.
It would end medical care pro-
grams for senior citizens. In
short, it would hurt the popula
tiona that truly need support
The resolution opposing
Amendment 1 was introduced by
Federation Community Relations
Chairman Mara Giulianti upon
the recommendation of her com-
mittee. State Representative
Fred I.ippman also attended the
meeting to explain the implica-
tion of the amendment's passage
"Most people seem to think
that this amendment will lower
property taxes." Lippman said.
In this they are sorely mistaken.
The county and municipalities
control property taxes, and I can
guarantee you that the passage
of Amendment 1 will force up
local property taxes by at least 40
I.ippman also said the loss of
state revenues required by
Amendment 1 would force a
against Proposition 1
decrease in federal funds for
social service and construction
programs because state seed
money is required to ensure the
approval of money from Wash-
ington He explained that many
of the major interstate highways
in the region were financed 10
percent by state funds and 90
percent by federal funds.
Dr. Levin said the board's op-
position to Amendment 1 placed
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward in alliance with a
number of other civic, religious
and human service organizations
seeking the referendum ques-
tion's defeat in November.
Imperial Towers resident
inspires memorial tablet
At the instigation of Ernst
Isenberg of Imperial Towers,
Hallandale. and formerly of
Dransfeld. Germany, a memorial
tablet is now installed at the only
Sephardi temple in Germany.
"This synagogue, built la 1810.
waa spared the fires of Nov. 9,
1938. Those who prayed here
were driven away or killed. Keep
their memory."
These are the sentences cut
into the stone tablet During a
memorial dedication last week,
Alfred Hornach, mayor of the
city, and District Attorney Willie
Do'ring unveiled the tablet.
The mayor said the people of
Dransfeld owe a debt to Ernst
Isenberg for his efforts in making
sure that the synagogue will not
lie forgotten Isenberg acciden-
tally met a youth group from
Dransfeld. under the supervision
of Pastor Heinz Strohmann, on a
trip to England. They kept in
touch, the mayor said, and the
result was the memorial tablet.
Hannah Vogt, president of the
Christian-Jewish organization,
said that Isenberg is the only
refugee whose history is known.
"We should hope that a few more
of his co-religionists escaped the
murderers in time besides him.
But at the same time and with a
deep feeling of shame we can be
certain that a great many of them
had to perish being mass-
murdered in Auschwitz.'
"As a memory of this House of
God, I would like to look at the
mourning we have in common.
Apathy, coldness, egotism and
hatred have removed the Jewish
population from our midst But
mourning bring! them closer to
us again "
10% of all philanthropy
is the result of being wealthy.
90% is the result
of being smarts
(If you don't fit in the top 10%,
join the rest in the top 90%)
For further information, contact
Legacy and Endowment Fund
Jewish Federation of South Broward

Rothkopfis chaion life
Continued from Page 1
part 41 years ago in Rothkopf s life.
The Prince George condominium resident
likes to recount the story this way.
I added or t, plus four, plus five, plus zero,
plus five, plus three, and got a sum of 18
(three sixes). This represented simple arith-
metic, yet the most important act of my life.
The Hallandale resident did the addition
while standing next to the barbed wire
barricades of a Nazi concentration camp in
Poland. A Nazi officer had just branded the
ix numbers on the forearm of the Jewish
"Even though I knew I was headed for
awful times in the concentration camp, my
heart leaped for joy when I saw that my
numbers were 18. I knew that I would make
t." Rothkopf says.
The Hebrew letter for the number 18 is
Choi, the Hebrew word meaning life
Rothkopf believes the number 18 tattoo
nave him the courage to survive the war
years, the determination to fight for the
State of Israel and the good fortune to be the
recipient of the Jabotinsky Centennial
Zionist Rothkopf began working for
Zionist nationalism in 1928. shortly after his
bar mitzvah in his hometown of Lubranetz,
He joined the Jabotinsky youth group, the
Betar. and as a result, received both a
military and agricultural education; the
agricultural training was necessary for
working in an Israeli kibbutz. But most
importantly. 1 learned what a genius, what a
great man Jabotinsky was."
The other "great man whom Mr Roth-
kopf came to know during his years in the
Betar was Menachem Begin. In 1937 at a
Betar banquet. Jabotinsky predicted
Menachem Begin would be a leader of the
sovereign State of Israel. 1 was proud to
know Menachem at that time, and of course.
I am proud to know him now." says Roth-
The friendship between Begin and Roth-
kopf has lasted, in spite of the bloodshed, the
politics, the thousands of miles of geographic
separation and the divergent careers. He
went on to become a prime minister of Israel.
I am just a retired chicken farmer now living
at the Prince George. But Menachem never
forgets me." ,
The two men have shared in the past and
will share always a zealous devotion to tr*
T'wUn "ate. I 1964. Rothkopf JJOrtrf
Jabotinsky s remains from V* Nork to
Israel Although the Zionist leader died in
Vw York 71940. pol.ucal *f
delaved his official resting pises Wf > r
Rothkopf served as delegate m 1978 to the
Zionist Congress m Israel Mm, ,n 19.*. he
wm invited to the Whits Houss cstabrtttoa
of the Camp David accord
\nl lince i he time Rothkopf came to the
United state- in 1951 he has srorked con
timidly to raise fund* for Iw
Now be is becoming active in the Jewish
Federation >>t South Hroward.
He settled in America alter some exciting
and fulfilling post war years The five year
nightmare ol the concentration camps was
followed by a short residency in Germany.
where he met his wife, I/ola. also a Polish JW
and also a survivor of the camps
The Rothkopfs anniversary date is N<>\
6, Jabotinsky'a bbthdate.
In the late Forties. Rothkopf went to Israel
to fight for Israeli sovereignty as a member
of the lrgun. revolutionary army A close
compatriot in arms was Menachem Begin
For political and personal reasons, the
Rothkopfs made their home in the Untied
States, where he bought a chicken farm in
South Brunswick. N J He raised his two
children as Americans.
"We never told the children about our suf-
ferings or experiences until they were old
enough to really understand We wanted
them to have a happy and carefree youth and
take advantage of all that is wonderful in
thus country
"Sometimes they would ask why they had
no grandparents or aunts or uncles like all
the other kids but these were the only in
stances where our children had an inkling of
what had gone on in our lives before we came
to the United States." says Mrs Rothkopf.
The Rothkopf children. Michael. 1>H. and
Bella Ross. 34. now know what transpired in
the lives of their parents And they are very
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friends at Jewish Home
| music, tinging and
illed the air at the
Bzebo last week at the
wish Home and Hoepi-
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teen students from
My Brother's Keeper"
Diversity of Miami of
.nionship and comfort
Dilal residents
i was sponsored by
M\ Mrother*s Keeper."
'iint-ficiary agency of
I nitration of South
Coordinator of the
Mindy Kram. said.
.-. :<> further acquaint
with the Jewish
affiliated agencies
fully develop a sense
of responsibility and commit-
ment toward the Jewish com
rnunity. especially those in
"My Brothers Keeper' was
developed with a variety of
options U> give student* a choice
based on their interests and their
tune allowance. Volunteer work
can be done anywhere from 15
minutes to a week for the "Adopt
a Grandparent' program, which
consist* of a weekly telephone
call or pen pal letter to an elderly
or disabled person living alone
A student also can choose to
participate in the Community
Service Internship Program
which is a three to nine-hour a
week commitment
,ith, Studley talk at Pier 66
j| Kegion of Mrun
hold its Third Annual
I onferenceal Pier 66

in Fort l.iiiidenliile on Sunday
Jan. 16.
This year's conference theme is
Israel-Diaspora. Partnership '
Congressman Iawreruc .1 Smith
is the keynote speaker Barbara
Studley, radio station WNWS'
talk show commentator, will
receive the American Israel
Friendship Award
Bnai /.ion, a fraternal, non
political American Zionist
Organization. sponsors 40
ftojacta in Israel, including the
lome for Retarded Children at
Rosh lla'ayin and Beit
Halochem. rehabilitation centers
for the disabled Israeli
AIR The Sea
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(ounces a 'Night
rl' on Sunday, Jan.
at 8 p.m. in the
lull. Louis Detkin
honored and pre-
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B5th Anniversary
Schmidt to play
for Israelis
mer Chancellor Helmut Schmidt
of West Germany plans to heal
his long standing rift with Israel
by appearing as piano soloist at
an Israel Independence Day con-
cert with the Jerusalem Sym-
phony Orchestra under the baton
of Leonard Bernstein.
Schmidt, accomplished
amateur pianist, was involved in
a bitter personal feud with former
Premier Menachem Begin.
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Ask the rabbi
Causing 10 plagues
was the easy part..
One of the moat important feature* is the uor> of the exodus
from Egyptian bondage a the 10 phpi which God inflated
upon Phmro and the Egyptians in order to force the liberation of
the enslaved Israelites
There a something very strange in this account of the 10
plagues which is usuaDy passed over unnoticed, but which gives
us a new "mgfr* into the meaning of the plague*
After each of the first few plagues which Moses brought upon
the Egyptians. Pharo summoned his magicians, and k> and
behold the magicians of Egypt with their secret arts did
exact.> the same
W e mould imagine that the Bible would not reveal this far.
whicn seem* to behttie the rsirec* rucfc Moses displayed J the
Egyptian magicians could petlce m th* same miracles But here
trie oeeper truth which the Bible wants ta emphesu*
Th* Bible says anyone can bring plagues into the wr
God brought these plague* upon Egypt because evi. had to be
punished But men can bring piagues upon themselves afl "
requires is the magic of cruelty anc :yrann> and you na\e
The difficulty is not how to bring piagues but how to stop
For the question immediate:} arises, why did not Pharo
summon these same magicians to stop the plagues whjch Moses
brought upon the lancT
If their magic was so great as to be able to duplicate the
plagues which Moses brought about "By could they not put an
end u them once they appeared*' But this is the point of the
whole story It is easy to bring piagues into the world The raal
art is how to put an end to than and this feat the Egyptian
magicians could not perform
For thousands of years cruat men tyrant* brought
countless plagues upon the world In our own lifetime we have
seen how a H itier turned nvers into blood. how a Stalin brought
the p*ng" of pestilence and darkness into the bve* of millions
of human beings All despots with their secret arts possessed
and still possess the gift of hurling plagues upon the world
We have not yet learned the art of putting an end to these
plagues Why at the very height of our cmhtat rm. have we
failed to bring about an end to these piagues'
You will notice m the Bible that Pharo himself called for
Moses to end the plagues Moses alone possessed this power
Not that Moses mas a more expert -"fy"*r not that Moss* was
more skillful in the aeon arts of the magic The answer is
sample Moses was the messenger of God Moses stood at tne
side of God
It is the glory of our faith and of our Bibie that they have i
message for modern world Until the worlc teams that
message we will continue to be plaguec by the horrors that we
beholc today
Armaments alone will not put an enc to tbe piagues mat
haunt the world Neither yet panes nor atom and fej-aroger.
homb* will save the world from a nuclear war
On the com rary the plague* afl oniy muitip.} anc increase
On)} when nations will learn to speak Gnc words aher:
nations will stand at the side of God. onh then wu. a_ the
modern Pharos he conquered only then wiL the world piagues
disappear onh then will the sunshine of true lenemptttw come
to all the people of the earth
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The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Riding the rails in Russia
Continued from Page 4
the way but without success. I had nothing of
value to exchange for food
When I finally reached Priluki I began walking
home The first house I came to had a large barrel
Blind with garbage and pieces of burned wood and
soot I rummaged through the garbage and found
t he core of an apple I devoured it with gusto.
When I walked into my house, tired and
hungry, wearing an ill-fitting pair of old pants, a
worn hand-me-down shirt, tied around the middle
wit h a piece of rope, a much too-large Russian
.hapka (hat), and with my feet wrapped in old
rmga, I must have looked like a scarecrow come to
My partners brought home the entire lot of
\ iiInables They were preparing for another trip to
Moscow and wanted me to join them. My ordeal
lid me to say no. That was the end of my
smuggling career, and. hopefully, the end of an
encounter with the secret police
\ few weeks later we received word that a
friend of my older brother who was in America
hud returned to live in the Soviet Socialist
Republic. During the early 20's many young
idealists who went to America betore the war,
returned to help build the so-called "Socialist
Haven He was visiting relatives in the nearby
town of Lubny 1 immediately took a passenger
train to see him.
HE AND MY BROTHER had married two
sisters in America. He gave me the address of my
father, who lived in Perth Amboy. N.J., and my
brother, who lived in Brooklyn. He also brought a
letter from them We had had no contact with
them for seven years.
Because of the revolution, the civil war and
Keneral upheaval, direct communication from
America by mail was virtually non-existent. But
there was a great deal of communication by word
of mouth from travelers.
We immediately wrote to America about our
life and what was happening to the family We
understood that my father and brother would
send us the necessary tickets and money for our
journey to America. This would take about a
We also received a letter from my oldest sister
telling us she was now married and living in
Simferopol, the capital of the peninsula of
Crimea. I decided to visit her before going to
America. I arranged with my former partners to
provide money for my brothers. Once more I took
to riding the rails and in a week I reached Sim-
Life for 17 years in Russia before coming to the
United States in 1923 had a tremendous influence
on all that I have done since. I constantly strive
to find the meaning and purpose of my life The
following poem by Maltrie Davenport Babcok
expresses my thoughts as I wish I could.
Be strong:
We are not here to play, to dream, to drift;
We have hard work to do and loads to lift;
Shan not the struggle face it; 'tis God's gift.
Be strong'
Say not. "The days are evil. Who's to blame?"
And fold the hands and acquiesce oh, shame!
Stand up, speak out, and bravely, in God's
Be strong!
It matters not how deep entrenched the wrong.
How hard the battle goes, the day how long;
Faint not fight on! Tomorrow comes the
e and Cheese Party. to
osted by Isadore and
la Lieberman, in
If of the Jewish Fed
ion of South Bro-
il 1984 Campaign,
be Tuesday, Jan. 10,
:30 p.m. Special gueet,
rding to the Lieber-
will be Akiva
llington to see
deration film
rile Behind the Lifeline.'' the
winning documentary
ft inn the Jewish Federation
MM in America and
ficallv South Broward. will
own Tuesday. Jan. 8. at
Jton Towers.
North and South Building
rnts, i he event is in behalf of
swish Federation of South
lard 19M4 UJ A Federation
Jirman at Allington Towers
P" St if lei; co-chairmen are
Vogel and Gertrude Alt-
film begins at 7:30 p.m.
ft Sidney Green field at
Hon. 921-8810, for more
To honor Abrams
At a Parker Dorado Israel
Bond Night for Israel'' Sunday,
Jan. 15. at 8 p.m.. Julius Abrams
will re. rive the State of Israel
Bonds Scroll of Honor in recogni-
tion of his dedication to the econ-
omic growth of the State of Israel
and to the numerous Jewish
Samuel and Sally Aptner will
be honored at an Israel Bond
"Night for Israel" Thursday,
Jan 19. at H p.m in the Olympus
Social Hall
The Aptners will receive the
Israel Scroll of Honor in recogni-
tion of their dedication to the
continued economic growth of the
Mate of Ur.ul
Jack and Roslyn Weiss
will be honored Sunday,
Jan. 8. 1984, at 10 a.m. as
Quadornain celebrates Is-
rael's 35th anniversary
with a Salute to Israel
Breakfast. Emil Cohen, a
humorist, will be guest
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Honorary Chairmanship of
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Sunday, January 22, 1984
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Cantor Isaac Goodfriend
Atlanta. Ga.
Cantor Joseph Malovany
New York
Cantor Saul Meisela
Miami, Fla.
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Jewish Federation of
South Broward welcomes
Ethel and Itzy Sapiro, fur
merly active in the Jewish
Federation of Raritan Val-
ley [N.J.] and now living
at the Summit in Hallan-
dale. Mrs. Sapiro served
that New Jersey Federa-
tion for more than three
decades and Mr. Sapiro
chaired the annual UJA-
Federation Campaign for
two years, in addition to
winning the Israel 25th
Anniversary Award and a
Humanitarian Award. In
1979, the Sapiro* received
the David-Ben Gurion
Award, and two years
later were honored with
the Israeli Leadership
at Hallmark
Residents of Hallmark and
members of Hurn S Truman
B'nai M nth I.odw are Invited to
M the prize winning film Lit
Mehind th- I.itrlir*-" ToasdS)
Jan 17
Mao on the program, which
begins a) i> m at Oreal Mall.
Will 1)1 \ll(ll.1st l'\[MTt iljlil
anaryi I larrj GleakaJ
The program, in hehall ol the
Jew;-!. Federation ol South
Broward 198 1 UJA Federation
i uapaign, is being chaired by
Hallmark resident William
Sen lee
Call the Federation's Sidney
Greenfield at 921*8810 for further
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Brazilian publisher-tycoon honored at 75 by senatj
Ml fPW _,K,^ndmo.tpopuUrTV Blodf. TV -^ 1
Adolpho Bloch. who heeds a pub
lishing empire, was honored by
the senate at a special session on
the occasion of his 75th birthday
Senators of both major poUtical
parties praised Bloch for his con
tributions to Brazil in keeping
the Brazilian people well in-
formed on what is going on in the
Bloch. who proudly describes
himself as "a Brazilian, a Jew
and a Zionist." is the head of the
Bloch Publishing House in Rio
where he employs 5.000 people
His firm publishes more than a
score of illustrated weeklies, in
eluding Manchete which is con
sidered the best in Latin Amer-
ica. In addition to the mass
circulated weeklies, the firm also
publishes books of wide interest
to scientists, artists and intel
Last July the publishing house
inaugurated a TV network
Manchete. with channels in Kio.
Israel week
Thousands oi .lew I and non .lew
visited a wi-ek long exhibition on
kibbutzim and agricultural and
irrigation systems in Israel The
event, which marked Israel Week
bars, mi official!) opened by
First Lad) Duke Figuereido.
Sao Paulo and other ma)or cities
In the five months of Ha MisV
ence it exceeded the popularity of
four other TV channels and is
a ihe second moat popular TV
station. ec*ed*i >f.*_
established and powerful O Olobo
* TV n*t*o*
more news of Jet*'
than all the other TV
otfver I \ cnannr.a mm. -
i Jew* named to commteslon on 'disappeared'
* *^~ .v i .<;. trntfinii miasma* person* ..i...
President Raul Alfonsm has ep
pointed Dr (Jregono Klimovsky
of the Latin American branch ol
the World Jewish Congress and
Rabbi Marshall Meyer. raWtual
leader of Congregation Beth El
here, to the newly created nation
al commission investigating the
disappearance of individuals
under previous administrations
during th.- dirty war in the
Alfonsm dseread the creation
of a 16-member commission to
satLsfs the legitimate interest
of civilian tOCklt) m part mpat
mg m the clarification of the
tragic episode* in which thou*
ands of people hav a diaappssftd
Uoordiag to rsporte b)
human rights agenCMM ""
people have disappeared \mong
the 'diasppeared onsi i:;
estimated I 000 J< mi
Klimo\sk> .i re-; <
-in .mil mathemal i long
standing officer ol thi ad> isor)
committei ol the Latin v
branch of the w JC an
doctor of the Latin American
Rabbinical Assembly
The cnmmission'i task will be
to receive charges and evidence*
OB cases lof disappearances) and
submit them to the courts .
in vest era te the whsrsabouts of
missing persons ml>
whereabouu of miaanj.,
separated from their VUm,
guardians with tLT
purpoae of repressing Urn
and. in the latter case*, to,
the evidence to
with minors.
JOIN your Jewish Federation
of South Broward neighbors
March 28-April 8,1984
For more Mission facts.
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