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April 17, 1981 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shaarey Zedek Drama Group
Entertains and Educates

Cong. Shaarey Zedek has
a new drama group that has
already begun entertain-
ing, particularly for the
holidays.
On April 27 at 7 p.m., the
drama-music group will
present the drama, "I Never
Saw Another Butterfly," by
Celeste Responte on radio
station WCAR (1090). The
program will be the feature
of the Cafe Shalom show.
At 9 a.m. May 17, the
group will give a presenta-
V -1 in conjunction with
acaust consultant Dr.
Margaret Eichner. Appear-
ing in the presentation are:
Julie Grant, Dona Levit,
Felice Nida, Margo Chazen,
Lisa Krugel, Michelle
Matzman, Joanne Rubiner,
Michelle Satovsky, Wendy
Goldstein and Marla
Cooper.
For Yom Ha'Atzmaut,

Israel Independence
Day, the group is prepar-
ing a play about the Jews
of Israel. Appearing in
the presentation are:
Helene
Bordman,
Melissa
Warnick,
Stephanie Satovsky,
Heather Cohen, Evie
Stulberg, Abby Boxman,
Elissa Gartenberg,
Stuart Collis and David
Schwartz.
The group also has pre-
pared a skit on Israeli cities
and songs. Other actors in
the company are: Hedy
Gold, Allison Gelzayd, Kim
Coleman, Corri Natinsky,
Jennifer Cannon, Nicole
Weingarden, Lisa Leib,
Michelle Roth and Jodi
Levenson.
Geri Levit is the director
and Evelyn Platt, is the
assistant. Jonathan Levit is
guest director.

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By JAMES RICE
now one-third of the con-
MIAMI (JTA) — The gregation.
"Another local leader,
massive increase in the
Jewish population of Nance Liebman,
Florida is creating a major president of Miami Beach
population center essen- Senior High School PTA
tially comparable to the told the Miami News that
other major centers in the the Cuban Jews have in-
Northeast, Midwest and creased property values
tremendously.
West Coast.
Perhaps more surprising
Current estimates indi-
cate that the ever- than these developments in
increasing southern Florida southern Florida, are
area now includes a Jewish changes on a similar, if
population of at least somewhat smaller scale, all
500,000. This means that over the state. Recently, in
southern Florida is already north central Florida, the
approximately equal to the Gainesville Sun devoted the
Jewish population of Los entire first page of its
Angeles, and is apparently weekend religious section to
growing at a much faster the dedication of a library of
Judaica at the University of
pace.
On a recent visit, this Florida honoring a
writer observed directly the Jacksonville, Fla., family
boom in condominium de- who gave the university
velopments throughout $400,000 to support the col-
southern Florida which in- lection.
The National Endow-
clude tremendous numbers
ment
for the Humanities
of Jews of every age bracket,
although of course, those in gave a grant of $101,000 to
the retirement category, in- help set up the library,
cluding-both the affluent which is already open for
and those with limited use, although it is said that
means, continue to be a sig- it will take at least 10 more
years to complete the
nificant part.
cataloging.
Fort Lauderdale, for
According to Dr. Barry
example, has a Jewish Mesch, a University of
population of about Florida religion professor
75,000 and is, therefore, who heads and helped found
already comparable in the university's seven-
size to the Jewish com- year-old Center for Jewish
munities of Detroit or Studies, the new library put
Cleveland.
together with state, federal
Two recent events in and private funds, is the
different parts of Florida re- largest in the southeast,
flect some unique aspects of
the changes taking place.
Last month, the Comite
Hebreo Cubano (The Cuban
Hebrew Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration) sponsored its an-
nual banquet under the au-
spices of the Cuban Hebrew
Congregation, Cuban
Sephardic Hebrew Congre-
gation, Bnai Brith Miami
Chapter, Interamerican
Chapter of Hadassah, and
the Cuban branch of the
Farband — a consortium
which could almost cer-
tainly not be duplicated in
federation drives any-
where else in the country.

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Commenting on this
event, Myron Brodie, execu-
tive vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, said that the Cuban
Jewish community in
Miami has been supportive
of federation for the past
several years.
An article last month in
the Miami News quotes
Reba Friedman, former di-
rector of Temple Menora, as
saying that in the early
1960s, Cuban Jews arrived
"broke and disoriented with
no place to go. They were
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Friday, April 11, 1981 29

Prof. Yosef Rom of Herut
told YediotAhronot that the
peace treaty with Egypt is
costing Israelis $2 billion
for the Negev air bases and
approximately $2 billion
per year to purchase oil
previously obtained from
the Sinai.

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