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JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTERS OF
SOUTH BROWARD
|J8 HOUrWOOO BtVD MOUYWOOO flOeiDA JJ01O
921-6511
Friday, April 13,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South Browaxd-Hollywood Page 13
K A DIM A
Community Cen-
Jroward are proud
expansion of our
Baaed at C.B.
idima will not only
sge of athletic and
is. but will add a
list, baton, turn
dine specialist, a
st. and an Israeli
pish culture) to our
>t highly qualified
ifessionals.
ia is open to chil-
prKBrten through
>RTS CAMP
Community Cen-
Iroward are proud
'opening of our all
Supervised by three
specialists, this
limited to 50 chil-
each two week
two week session
i different sport, aa
a broad range of
.ilies. All children
res of 12 and Hare
Senior Citizen orchestra. It is a
tax-deductible contribution;
please call 921 -6511.
NEW CLASSES
Calligraphy with Edith Gott-
lieb (8) lessons Thursday
evenings April 12-May 31 JCC
members $35, non-members
MO.
Israeli folk dancing every Sun-
day evening with Sasson Joury
-7:45-10 p.m.
SINGLES
PASSOVER DINNER
A Passover pot luck dinner for
JCC Singles will be held Thurs-
day April 19 at 7 p.m. at the JCC
of South Broward building. Call
for reservations.
/ALCAMP
Community Cen-
Iroward are proud
opening of our
Directed by a
if a I specialist, boys
13-15. and boya
1H-18 years of age
ee weeks at C.B.
learning bask
^ues. The fourth
ip will be spent
cil her Everglades
rala State Park.
Bm land.
iLUTZIM
enajiers who don't
| sleep away camp,
to stay at home,
immunity Centers
foward have the
er for you. Camp
I teen travel camp,
mixture of home
vo sessions, four
offered for teens
ars of age. Each
i one week trip, the
k. the second to the
[Kxpo. There will
fnaller trips in each
i NEEDED
ooking for a piano
ondilion for their
SENIOR CENTER
The Southeast Focal Point Se-
nior Center will be holding its
seventh annual Passover Seder
on April 15 st 4 p.m. Seating is
limited and tickets are on sale
now! Call Rosalie or Mary for
further information.
The Southeast Focal Point Se-
nior Center has planned a four
day trip to the Harbor Island Spa
in Miami. May 17-20. Reser-
vations are available now. call
Rosalie.
PRESCHOOL
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Broward is now
registering students, ages 2-5. for
the fall session of their preschool
program beginning September.
The preschool facility will be
located in the Pembroke Lakes
area
TRIP TO NEW ORLEANS
The JCC of South Broward in-
vites you to join us in New Or-
leans at the Louisiana World
Exposition Memorial Day week-
end May 25-28. Don't miss
this exciting four day three
night excursion at the Inter-
national Hotel. Tour includes:
three hours city tour, two days at
the fair, one breakfast cruise,
special dinner cruise, all tips and
gratuities plus more cost $499
per person double room oc-
cupancy. Reservations must be
made by April 15.
BRUNCH BUNCH
The JCC of South Broward
proudly presents the third dis-
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son HoUl on Bsoutiful Laks Oscsois
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ing Berlin Men's Shop
Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood-921 2561
Happy Passover
oission of our 1984 brunch bunch
Women s Enrichment Series or
April 4 at 9:30 p.m. The topic
Ignorance is not bliss aware
neas of your legal rights in mar
nage will be facililated by
Elaine Schwarta, attorney. Cost
13 JCC members. *4 non-
members. Come enjoy coffee and '
"Kels and enrichinig conversa-
tion.
SINGLES
A Singles 20-40 dance and caah
bar will be held Saturday April 14
starting at 9 p.m. at the Miramar
Oolf and Country Club. 3700
Oouglas Road. $4 for members.
5 non-members.
TWIRLING
This year, the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers of South Broward "s
Camp Kadima will be featuring a
new Baton Twirling. Dance and
Tumbling program. Wendy
Strake. a Florida International
University graduate, and former
feature twirler with the national
champion Arnchorette Dance-
Twirl Corp. will be our special in-
structor
Wendy has traveled nationally
and internationally teaching and
twirling exhibitions. Her
students, the Hollywood Super
Stars, have won over 800 local
and state wide titles in Dance-
Twirl, and have been undefeated
in Florida for the last two years.
The Miramar High School Jazz
Dolls are Wendy's lastest
achievement. In her first season
of working with the Jazz Dolls,
the group has received a superior
rating in district and state
competitions for the first time in
several years.
Wendy believes dancing and
baton twirling require concentra-
tion, co-ordination, and flexibil-
ity. They also develope grace and
poise in each of her students. We
are very proud to have her as a
member of the JCC Camp
Kadima staff.
LEARN HEBREW EASY
The Jewish Community
Centers of So. Broward are proud
to announce that for the first
time, we have hired an Israeli
"Shaliach" (messenger), to work
with our Camp Kadima this
summer. Vered Ginossar. a 21
ear old Israeli woman will spend
e summer with us teaching
Israeli and Jewish culture at
camp, as well as working with our
Shabbat programs.
We are looking for a family in
the community to house Vered
for the summer. It means that
she will live in your house for two
months. You will be responsible
for her meals, as well aa getting
her to a bus stop for camp each
morning, and picked up each
evening. This can be a wonderful
opportunity for a family,
especially those with children.
What better way to teach your
children Hebrew?
If you are interested in having
Vered live with you thia summer,
please call Gloria at the JCC:
921-6611.
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Beth El installs officers

The Brt^herhood of Terr pie
Beth El is sponsoring Lo1 *<*
Barrel Breakfast sv
Apr j U
caewn --tallaiavr. of the
new Offkers and Hoard
Tr- herhooc
th* Tobir Auditorium of the
Teir.pl*. 19ft] S I4ttft Avenue.
Holly ood
Th* OfTrers M he haM
Preside' Earn*
Vic* President. Mrhael S*
Vic* President DMigia* Laaa*
Vic* President Bernard Bern
hardt. Treasurer Jack Finn Re-
cordhng Secretary Dr A David
Sir Financia ^-^*0
Bernard Cohen TS* Board of Di-
rectors Ednri Bi iman.
Maurice Omrnes. Julius Duaa.
Irvine f>irui \h PraBBaaaa
CharWs ttoidsteui Louis Gold
steir. Jerocn* Gevirman. Irving
Hand Jack Kramer Joaeph
lazard v\Uh*lm M*tst*r Col
Mom* Mdkr. Samuel Miller.
Max Mindbn. Joaeph PrenUy.
Louis 9aha KaiS ivavid
!av.o W rar>
he Bart
Davis Ham Fm*r M
Jacoba. Jack Maaeet Jack
-er Han Prussack
9hatd vh
.' .man
- .no ItUWU I
per-
Jewish high school
scholarship program
Kabbi
where
A $e- U0 achola- -ar
tor : scaderrr
i- j.-unced k Mi
\* \ tcr President
School of
- nda
Th* BEaotaraagM ui
rang* beat UK B.40
student ill he swarded to
rtlr) students h at ai
*?.*d the full tuita^r fl
per y-aer
Ht in delighted to
thea* scholarships
minded students who '
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1 NEW-AGE
JOYOUS
JUDAISM
dot people ol all ages)
IN THE ATMOSPHERE
OF ANCIENT SPIRITUAL
ENERGIES
Rabbi Zalman
Schachter Shcdomi
hi prayer eaag. cariaioay aad tateheatioa at aignifkaat aiUa ia ggjpl M1 Siaai aad acrid places ib laraei Jua* 10-21 A rare treat-A named ramlhanat-Aa exceptioavai Yahae.
Fo- mow m*crmcKyi can k**-<*s) .sOO-o^^a-'
take edeantaai
academe and <**'
he*aid
The Jeawft IHa 5
,-ated at
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M
Jr:- Center in
Cfc l! *er\es
rtudert* from both l>ade and
untie* It *
founded m 1981. under the
f the I entral *.#
(. J* cat! and
receive* up p I -S*Jewih
Federal k astiai and
frorr Women s American ORT
The school ha* received wide
spread acclaim for its sophi*
ticated computer program which
includes robots lt students
have received college credits for
its advanced course* in chem
mry phvsic* mathematics and
.rirua
Foster parents
wanted
Jewish foter parent* are
needed for a 16 year old Jem-ish
dependent child
This chid is desperately in
need of W-v inar foster parents due
tr the loss of his parent This is a
bright vour.gster and fair
student If Jem ish home cannot
be found youngster will be
placed in a shelter which is not
appropriate f-r this child
If interested please call
Marcia H Kaplan Supervisor
Jewish Famuv Service of
Broward 966-0966 or 735-33*M
Ifs Easy to Feel Like a Million
Without Spending a Dim
Ai first glance nsMSarvergfocrr,
fsfled* a garage f*eo **h loots Oadoset
Med *tri cttnes
tl mjgfl not De aoV< rrvcrt to you
txJ to us t's acrffi rrafcons Its worth
medene and meoicai supp*es tor
rx*gent resOents ol trie Hham Jemmt
Home and Hospftaf tor the Aged
Everythng you donate to 9>e
Douglas Gardens Thnrt Shops ta^-deducatjie 0 course we r* be
gtad to pea up your T>eiftanrJse at
your convenence Aacensed
apprarse< Cal the Douglas Gardens Thnft
Shops when you leKJecorate your
home clean out your garage and
straaghten up your closets
US that easy And you- teal Me a
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and Mrs. Carl Klein have r*c*ntlv mortal
they led a number of member* 'f'Rahhfir
f Rabbi', I
h Center) aad Fneada gl
Mlatetar'l Mianioo for Solidarity." Feb 6-20 DtriwJ
(Hallandale Jemiah Center)
hy." Feb 6-20 Dai'
Kabbi Klein had the opportunity to meet wj-L
of laraei including Prime Minister Itzhak Shaa*]
Defenae Mo*.he Ahrena. aad other politral ptrMi!
above ia the Rabbis group lunching with (artw
Defenae Ariel Sharon at Bar I Ian Uaiveraity. Fra!
Faxelaon. Harr>- Frimerman. Mollie Noskia.imt\_
Vriei Sharon. Mrs Carl Klein. Rabbi ( arl KU. J
Albert Arerrad. Hymaa Rovea. Byrdie Kovt
^ocictrj of ^t. Bincfnt BeSd
Council of Mollytsoofi 3nc.
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Second Seder!
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Apr. 20-6.2$tsl
Religious dirccl
Ortl>odox
Coafracatlaa Leal VIt rail Lubavitch lt
lirach Blvd Hallandale. 46S-1877 Rabbi RaWTi
I>aily aarvicaa 7 55 a m 20 minutes befcr* mam
aervicaa. 7 30 pa Sabbath morniiMi 9ododl
a m Religious school. Gradee \* Nursarv ahai
through Friday
Yaaag laraei af HeJrysraed 3291 Miring laa
Rahbi Kdaard Davai Dairy a*rs-tes -
Sabbath aervicea. one hour before sundown. SibNOi
o clock Sunday. B am
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(arl KL-in I>aly aervicaa. 8 30 a m 5 30 pa
p m Sabbath morning. 8 45 a m Ssr^athsfwrnaii
Tesaple Bath Shaloai 1400 N *h V HofcT
Rabbi M sundown. Sabbath evening, klfti '
o clock RehgMius school Kindericrt.- -
Temple Beth Am 9730 Mirlinn Road H.^
ICt.).. IWrnard F Shotar Services sua>-
Thur>dav Ham. Sabbath. p m ^Db,w
o'doca Religioua school Nuraery. Bar M.uv
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T*sx*W kraal af Maataar 6920 S* ^J^,
Raphael Adlar Daily aarvicaa. 8..W 'f^ ^|
Sabbath morning. 8.46 o clock
kinder Karten 8
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kindi-rirarlen -8 aaBJ
Tempi* Siaal 1201 Johnaon St Hollywood ^,
R^hard J Margolia Dairy aarvica* t* -' ']?_,*
8 p m Sabbath morning. 8.35 o'clock rtaa*-
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Rabbi B*nnetl Graenapon Sabbath srf
Religious school Pre kindergarten 10 ^^
Taaii. W SlWShssratenSl HoU>W
Robert P Fraxai Sabbath aarvsra.*l*'i.
rung. 10 30 o clock Rebgtoua chool Pre so-
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Raa*at Sham. 11301 W Broward Bh^ ^
3600 Rabbi Kiwi Sksdeil Sabbath aarvica.
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Friday, April 13,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Page 15
Smith speaks to
Business
Executive
Forum April 19
The Business Executive
Korum will meet Thursday April
19 and listen to Congressman
I-arry Smith. His topic will be:
"Economic recovery: Myth or
magic." followed by a brief
update on the US.-Israeli
relationship.
The meeting will be held at
Emerald Hills Country Club, and
will commence at 5:45 p.m. A
cash bar will be available.
We Hope
You Never Need Us
But If You Do
Caff Mrs. Evelyn Sarasohn
City Memorial
&Monument, Inc.
7bi0 NoMrieas' 2nd Avenue
mi Colleci
Phone 759-1669
Dr. Peter A. keller, DD.S., PA.
TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING
THE ASSOCIA TION OF
Dr. Glenn S. Kupfer, D.D.S.
for the practice of
General Dentistry
Sheridan Hills Professional Plaza
4000 Sheridan Street
Hollywood, Florida
Phone:963-4010
Saturday and Evening Hours
Available By Appointment
:-kwood speaks to March 29 meeting of the Business
itive Forum about import-export trade opportunities
lorida and Israel. Next BEF meeting is April 19.
:hard w. levin, m.d., p.a.
jl c. eisenberg, m.d.
iQtes. omertcan ooo [ pleasure in announcing
^location of their offices
practice of
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Wish All Our Friends A Very Happy
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The entire payment in ad-
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But thanks to the Guaran-
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In fact, the Guaranteed Security Plan is the only pre-need
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ying In camps, Black Jew cries
lARGBBY MEYEBfl
trghJn Itk Chronicle
|nds of Jews are dying
juniains of Kthiopia and
tuKw camps "Its
ath. iM-ginning from the
are born," says Kthi-
pwL'.h survivor Rarurh
\n tour dead but in our own
have no land."
tCiliurgh to attend a
at Rndef Shalom of
Kxile of the Black
h'Ki'une. who now lives in
V addressed the audience
karful appeal for concern.
[him was the American
in liaison. Lisa Freund.
tis that the end of this
i ill sc<- the first museum
[entitled The Kxtinct
in Jew," unless we take
|i i ion in rescuing
Kple
thousands of Jews still
I i hie'pin want to go to
|ccnrding t<> Kreund and
Although Kthiopian
[affaires Teafays Demeke
hnt I here is absolutely no
ion of Jews in his
and no difficulty in
them to leave, the
mts a different picture.
regegne.
I not allowed land If we
ihiI. we must pretend to
luin. Our homes are dirty
Its Although Demeke
at no persecution exists.
describes the existence
Yisrod (as Falashas
call themselves) as one
int fear Persecution by
rvernintal as well as
i ni/ins takes all forms,
Mrs of F.thiopia are said
descendant! of King
They lived peacefully
l"th century, when they
^M|uered by Christians.
opulation has seen a
decrease since then, and
Mom to live openly as
l>een repressed. There
If a million Jews in Kthi-
Ihe 17th century; today.
K'O.(KM) exist.
the rule of Rmperor
lassie, a self-proclaimed
it of Solomon, Jews
nutted to practice their
Ibut could not own land.
[current ruler Megisty
Jariam. Jews may work
hut they are not per-
practice their religion.
I officials do not enforce
in the Gondar region
oany Jews live), permia-
wrk the land is meaning
1 Jews are harassed, ac-
I Tegegne.
my, the problems of
lack Jew do not end
leave Ethiopia. Those
e it .fcros.s the border
[Sudan without starving
torured or killed may
uporarily in a refugee
I hey are not allowed to
camp unless they are
There are, reports the
[.(HK) Jews in Sudan who
[*>nsors. "If they stay,
Tegegne states.
e*s own exodus took
age 10, he was sent to
a scholarship to learn
lh and then return and
this people, since Tal-
Ke\ iously unheard of in
\ It hough he was in
| eight years, it was im-
;>r him to obtain citizen-
returned to Ethiopia,
focidad that the best
"i help his people vvns U>
make aliya so that he could
educate the outside world and
m>1i. u the help of free Jews.
His journey lasted two years
He went on foot to Nigeria and
Baa to Singapore From Singa-
pOTe, he had to return U> Nigeria
and fly to Home, because of red
tape. Finally, in 1976. the head of
the Jewish Agency in Home put
Tegegne on a plane bound for
Israel.
When Tegegne reached Israel
he encountered difficulty in
obtaining pant talon to stay.
They did not believe I was a
U-v.. he says. "Because of my
color, they did not consider me a
brother We are all brothers, and
Klhionians are even more Zionist
than some Israelis."
Most Ethiopian Jews must
undergo symbolic conversion
Ufore they can be considered
Jewish in Israel. "We do what we
must." Tegegne sighs. "There is
no choice."
Lisa Freund stresses the im-
portance of writing to senators
and congressmen and contrib-
uting to the AAFJ. but, she says.
"There is a more immediate need
for clothing and supplies for
these people The A <\F.J. located
at 2789 Oak St., Highland Park.
II., fiOO.'lf), is available to answer
questions.
The one thing left in my life,"
Tegegne states, "is to tell the
truth. Please save us. that's all."
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Sperber. treasurer; and
I Kotler, secretary.
iller committees were also
to work on arrangements
fr<>tiramming for functions.
\ committees include a social
lucational committee, and a
pty committee.
purpose of this newly
Ijitin American group is
, together a group of
ih-speaking people to
> current Jewish issues: to
about the Jewish com-
v in South Broward; to
(tore about Federation; and
new friends.
ther planning session met
irch 22 to discuss future
ms and directions for the
cial evening has been set
nday May 12 at 8:30 p.m.
Terkiels' home. It will
the singing of Cantor
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kg of Rabbi Harold Richter.
direct all inquiries to
Eitelberg at Federal inn,
110.
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high-tech
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town of (armiel. situated
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upper Galilee, is being
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| will pave foundations for a
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to large-scale develop-
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pi which will also serve as
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kt^ Ironi abroad who will
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Novel traces Jewish
flight to Shanghai
By L.E.SCOTT
Philadelphia Jtu uh Exponent
As World War II raged on.
every door in the world had been
dosed to Jewish refugees fleeing
the Holocaust except the door
to Shanghai, known then as the
wickedest city on earth
Adolf Hitler was so eager to
get rid of the Jews that in 1939.
he released enough impounded
money to allow nearly 20.000
Jews from Germany and Austria
to buy passage there
The penniless Jews had
escaped to Japanese-occupied
city where they struggled to
survive in the degradation of
chanty houses, which lacked pn
vacy and food
This story is the basis of a
novel. Deliverance in Shanghai.
published by Dembner Books
and wntten by Jerome Agel and
F.ugene Boe. who spent hundreds
of hours taping interviews with
survivors who had fled to China.
During a recent interview. Boe.
who also had studied journals
and translated documents to au
thenticate the novel, described
how some Jews began to rebuild
their lives upon their arrival in
Shanghai
"If they had any connectn or
had something they could nego
tiate. such ss a fur coat. the>
began to get on their feet sgair.
and to start little businesses -
restaurants fumer shops.
milliner's shops The> began to
prosper a bit he said
"Altar Pearl Harbor, the
Japanese put the white people in
detention camps, but thev did
allow the Jews to keep conduct
mg what business the> could
until Fer>ruar> 1943. when a
Japanese proclamation decreed
that all 'stateless people had to
sell their businesses and houses
and move to a designated area
The> didn't sa> 'ghetto but it
w as a Chinese slum
"It was cruelty in the ex-
tren Bot said These homes
and businesses went for a song
1- varythiag they had built up was
again gone with the wind, as
w her. t hev had left Germany
Those who could afford to get
out ol the alms houses found
thai ir little gerrybuilt
h> >uses w here a w hole family lived
in i with no plumbing
and where the water had to be
boiled Manv died from disease.
malnutrition, loss of hope and
loss of heart (>\erseeing them all
was a Japanese chief of the
refugees a capricious and cruel
mar Boa said
Loon ing was the threat of an
e\er. worm fate The Japanese
were allies .,f the Na7is and. Boe
sd "Man) felt Hitler's arm was
lO.Otxi kilometers long
Three- weeks before the end of
Worlo War II. American
bombers looking for Japanese
targets accidentally bombed
Shanghai's Jewish ghetto, killing
31 Jewish refugees
After the end of the war. the
birth of Israel was "a big open
sesame for them." Boe said, but
they also moved to Australia.
South Africa, South America.
Canada and the United States
W hen the Chinese Communists
took over mainland China in
1949. they wanted no whites
around the remaining Jews left
except those who were too old
or too ill to travel
One who stayed behind. Boe
said. was Max Lebowitch.
originally from Lodz, Poland,
who had Parkinson s disease His
mother remained to care for him.
and after she died, two male
Chinese nurses were paid for by
Jewish philanthropies
"People who went to China
would pay a call on him He was
no longer able to speak, but his
eyes registered; there was
nothing wrong with his intel-
ligence When he died in 1982 at
the age of ?y he was referred to
as the last Jew in Shanghai
"The older people's lives were
broken by all of this."Boe said
"They never got their elan back
But some of those who were
young looked back fondly
because there's a resiliency about
young people They had not
known much of anything else
They had friends and all kinds of
surrogate parents because e\er>
one was living on top of one
another
One of the more illustrious
Jews who survived the Shanghai
experience. W Mrhael
Blumenthal. who was secretary
of the treasury under President
Jimm> Carter would not talk to
Roe and Agel Boe said they had
heard Blumenthal had helped his
family survive by selling quarter
slices of salami, which consti
tuted s Shanghai meal
Boe explained why he and Agel
dramatized the Shanghai expen
ence in a novel "You can feel
something for people with names,
and you can't if they re just
numbers
One of the characters in the
book, he recalled, is the coux
agenus woman who takes great
risk* to go into the walled-off
Chinese section called the native
quarter She could make a little
profit b> buying items that fellow
refugees needed cheaply in the
n.t.fe quarter and then seUmg
them It might have beer, a
sewing needle or s pair of 0B*m
She would set up a cardboard box
ir the middle of the street
Such activities were a violation
of Japanese regulation which did
not permit people to wheel and
deal, and so she had to deceive
authorities about what she was
doing
Those who had fled to
Shanghai had left lives that had
deep roots some could trace
their genealogy in (irrmany back
300 years. Boe said "They were
bourgeois, professionals It was
bke the average American living
a comfortable life being told
you re no k>nger wanted, you re
no longer a citizen and you re
stripped of your civil rights
You can do everything to
people except take away what
thev know and what thev ve ex
perienced The Jews had had a
nch cultural life, so all in the
ghetto was not unalleviated
tragedy Thev tried as best thev
could to recreate that, however
crudely and simply Thev put on
operattas and concerts, had
lectures and saw to it that the
education of the smaller children
proceeded
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in a tand of oppression.
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J sets speed record;
11 hours Montreal-Tel Aviv
Friday, April 13, 1964 / The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-HoUywood Page 21
I
IV IJTA) El Al Mt
for the first nonstop
_jtic commercial flight
Ki-engined plane only
cr the International
k of Airline Pilots
Kis (IFALPA) ended
Snnual conference here,
|m held in Israel.
in tally, the twin-
Joeing 767 aircraft,
lor long-range service,
|A1 used on the 11-hour
K Montreal to Tel Aviv
Kject of dispute at the
Bonclave.
Mne suits El Al's needs.
Brnical in fuel, requires a
:kpit crew and is easier
n the 747 jumbo jets
lings do not warrant
aft But IFALPA has
governments and on
isl civil aviation
to conduct further
the safety of twin
lanes on long over-
water flights.
The pilots insist that such
flights be limited to routes over
which there is never more than 60
minutes flying time between
suitable airfields. They want the
safety margin in the event that
one of the engines fails. But some
Sivemments and aircraft menu-
cturers, including Boeing,
maintain that the plane is safe for
90 minutes' flying between
airfields.
IFALPA is the umbrella
organization of the various
national airline pilots' asso-
ciations Its first meeting in
Israel was not attended by the
British, Eastern bloc and Arab
pilots groups.
The latter not only objected to
the venue but rapped Libya and
Greece aa "offending states"
because they refuse to allow
hijacked aircraft to land at their
fields. The pilots claim that a
hijacked aircraft is an aircraft "in
distress" snd must be allowed to
land in any country.
The conference agreed to
suspend the ban on Soviet air-
craft until the International Civil
Aviation Organization (ICAOi
completes its discussion of the
ban. imposed after Soviet fighter
planes shot down a Korean Air
Line civilian jet over the Sea of
Japan last September, resulting
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The conference also rejected a
proposal to declare woman pilots
who are pregnant "temporarily
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Page 22 The Jewish Flohdtan of South Broward-Hollywood Fnday Aprd .19**
The Baltimore Vegetarians has published a sampling of b
cbokMUrol recipes far Passover Faatured arc over 40 egghw*
dishes, vegetarianism m a nutshatL and mformaoon on a
vegetarian seder plate
Passover is a oommemorauoo of the Jew* forced flight from
slavery in Egypt, and a celebration of the beginning of spring A
vegetarian seder (the traditional meal) exemplifies the intrinsic
values of Judaism naiipaaasnn for animals, concern about
world hunger and ecology, and a ctoae family atmosphere with
hospuabty to neighbors and friends
The .American Dietetic Association has affirmed that a
vegetarian diet can meet aO known nutrient needs The
vegetarian diet is also a superior way to follow the guideline* sK
by the .American Cancer Socwty In tbetr recently released
report. Nutntioo and Cancer Cause and Prevenuon. they
have stated that Americans should change thetr eating habits to
reduce the risk of cancer The ACS suggests that we eat more
fiber and fruas and vegetables nch in certain cancer preventing
factors .As wa\h previous advre. the society encourages daily
consumption of vegetables and fruits that are rich in vcamau A
and C. such as carrots, tomatoes, spinach, aprcou peaches
cantaloupes and sweet potatoes We should also be eating more
cruciferous vegetable such as cabbage, broccoli. Brussels
sprouts and cauliflower
Vegetarianism is the abstinence of meat, fash and fowl The
Baltimore Vegetarians seeks to educate anyone antereatad in any
aspect of vegetarianism or veganism For more informatjora.
caDi301lT52 VEGV
To order vegetarian Passover reap**, send II to Vsg
Passover Recipes. P O Box 1463 Baltimore. MD 21203
STUFFED CABBAGE
Small bead of cabbage
4Tsp* Margarine or oil
2 Small onions, minced
1 -'i Cup* mauo farfei or 4
puces of mauo crushed
1 Cup raisins
2 Stalks celery chopped finely
2 Tbsps Red dry wine
Two-thirds Cup apple juice
i Cup apple sauce
29 or Can of tomato sauce
1 Cup water
Steam head of cabbage till leaves are soft In margarine saute
onions, farfei. raisins, and celery for 10 minutes Add wine, juice
and apple sauce Simmer S more minute* Stuff cabbage leave*
with mixture Lay in deep bakaig dash Ma tomato sauce .:.-.
water Pour sauce ov er cabbage so that the leav es don't dry out
while baking Bake at 3~b degrees for half hour or until heated
through
MATZO MEAL PANCAKES
Passover
vegetarian
recipes
offered
ap Mauo
'4 Cup water
3 Small bananas or 2 large
Mash bananas in a bowl Add water and Mauo meal Ma weii
Fry B* oued pan Makes s small pancake*
Variation Add other fruit to batter
SWEET POTATOES AND APPLES
Slice 4 sweet potatoes and place them in a baking dish akcr
nftmg with slice* of 4 apple* and scattering with raanns as you
go Sprinkle with lemon juice, dot with margarine
annamon Cover and bake at 350 degrees for about aa aa?1
I ariaiiun Add chopped nuts
HEZEUAH MATZA BRF!
tmauot
4 eggs
I packets G Washington's Goidan
Seasoning and Broth
3 tbsps oil
Soak mauot in cold watar for two or three maw-
crumble coaraefy Baat agg* and aaaeoning and brotTfcll
bowl Add mauot. mm r*U Haat oil m nine-inch ikiUeto*7
beat Four egg mixture into it Fry until browned on bou/ai L
brown on top. approximatary five minute* per iide Serv.wk!
sugar lightly sprinkled on top
FRUIT NUT CHEWS
2cs mauameal
2ca maua farfei
l-.ci sugar
1 tap cinnamon
.up fCinger
1 tap salt
1 c chopped walnuu
1 c Sun Maid Raisins
3 eggs. ell beaten
.c oil
: 1 c mashed rape banana
Combine matta maal. farfei.
Stir in nuts and raisins Baat *f
thoroughly Beat into dry mixtui
Drop by teaspoonful onto B4fJ graaasd cookie iheeu Bui(|
degrees for 20 minute* or until browned Makes about 50
FIGS IN SYBL'P
2 lbs Blue Ribbon Figs
3 1 cs sugar
2' i cs water
juice of 1 lemon
1 tbsp orange blossom watar or a few drop* of vaiulh ecnsi
tionali
Boil the sugar and water together with the kemoo jainteik
minutes until slightly thickened Soak the figs in th ivrapo
The follow mg day. bring to a boil and simmer until figs irtatU
tberr. out with a flat perforated spoon and put them m icaaf
)*f
If the syrup is s little thin, reduce a by sunmeringfariffsi
longer until it is thick enough to coat a spoon V hen it n readriaj
be flavored ith a little orange blosaom water andli Po*|
ear !i*r* and close
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Illustrated in parrot-green on graceful narrative by author
urL onrl Alii I _t-- .( Ti i *'- l_ ___I__________I
. Parrot. By Evelyn
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(Marcia Posner
Hrnwn offered her
has family. Leba'a
ted to refuse. Seven
Wband. and getting
[ready for Passover
V for her without a
[I^ba convinced her,
the parrot stayed,
real feelings were
her name for the
etz" something
rid of before Pass-
I,eba's father chal-
to leam the Four
Hebrew in time for
or else the next
ild would be allowed
in English. Leba
le to another in her
sting that they listen
U> her practice the hour
Questions: When no one had time
for her. she settled for Hametz.
Hour upon hour the parrot
listened to the little girl and was
soon squeaking the "Mah
nishtanah's" himself.
At last the night of the Seder
arrived. Proudly. Leba stood up
to recite: "Mah nishtanah
halailah hazah ..." Just as
proudly did Hametz. sitting on
his perch, echo her in his parrot-
vice "Mah nishtanah ..." The
parrot was banished to the
bedroom accompanied by the
laughter of the assembled guests.
All went smoothly then, until the
search for the Afikomen No one
could find it: Not any of the
children, in any room of the
house. Neither could they find
Hametz, whose cage was empty.
Finally, big brother Saul figured
it out. Hametz had taken the
Afikomen out to the backyard,
high on a branch of a tree. And
only I/eba knew how to make him
drop it.
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ShU>mo Riskin has given us an
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special Kiskm twisi Some
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(several pagesi. others are more
>nef The format is the tradi
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mst s rehashing of the old
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This traditional Haggadah is
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igious poemsi and Biblical seiec
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Messianic period An appendix
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holiday songs
The CCAR gives us as revised
edition of their 1974 Haggadah
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that the editions may be used
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and well it should for ten years
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This Haggadah is basicalK
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though not abstract fashion An
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other songs This is not a
watered-down Haggadah' All
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plu much more This Haggadah
without ever being overbearing
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veterans to experiment This is
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New Jewish Agenda haa
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prayers, and songs
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Thu* e see that the
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lil\
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iviet system. Appar-
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mti-Soviet." A recent
lonstrates the provo-
mst Jews who want to
nl form,
inshine of Riga was a
to make any noise"
isenik For Zunshine.
,as a private matter,
nshine and his wife
been refused visas to
three years.
March 4, Soviet
..niks Zachar Zun-
ma Zunshine. Alex-
Iter and Leonid
Riga were planning
te in Moscow. Prior
instration, I'mansky
, Central OVIR in
bring all documents
give up their Soviet
- a first step in
mpting to emigrate
.1 law I'mansky waa
route and threatened
authorities to cancel
ration. Umansky did
Despite Umanaky's
ihine and Baiter did
in Moscow on
Zunshine carried a
ing "We Demand to
Our S.viet Citiren-
t-r carried a placard
op Tyranny!"
rh 6, Zunshine was
Soviet authorities to
Kl(|uarters and told
his apartment and
bri- being searched for
I literature.
Mas accused of
^ of the Latvian
I. (Article 190 of the
Irrinnnal code! for
unti-Soviet infor -
r*i defamation of the
marked the seventh
nl Anatoly Shchar-
eal Thirty-six year
|nsk) endures condi-
rl have physically
to "a tiny old man"
1 is moths* Ida Mil
\iMti-d her son last
|ri yet his wife Avita
irted last week that a
Rer troni Anatoly
courage, his moral
(id lus commitment to
leritaga
^sk\ inspired and mo-
fellow Jews in the
'i to realize the im-
[their Jewish heritage
for that freedom
k is the symbol of
pr\ not only to the
lrld. hut to his fellow
Jews like Yuri
alan marked the one
^rsiir\ of Yuri Tarno-
Bat Once a leading
ih activist. Tarnopol-
fwie of many Prisoners
symbols of the
human dignity and
Mom.
onic that this signif-
n Inatoly Shcharanaky
[befall Yuri Tarnopol-
V Soviet Union too.
I is a symbol. He ia
isil.le threat to the
h community and as
M the anti-Semitism
pally pervades the
i>" March 15. 1983.
psearch chemist Yuri
of Kharkov was
lo three years for
of the Soviet state
stem." His "crime":
"grate to Israel and
a Jew. Yet Tarno-
[wife (Mga and his
were refused visas
" orgsnic chemist
published papers.
learned that there
for refuaenik acien
Silent no more'
Soviet Jewry update
tists. only menial work or
"parasitism." For three years.
Yuri was without a job
Prior to his arrest last year.
Tarnopolsky taught chemistry in
the "Jewish University"
(established in 1981 by now
Prisoner of Conscience Alexander
I'aritskyl for children of refuse-
niks barred from Soviet educa-
tions! institutions.
The Soviets' repeated refusals
to issue Tarnopolsky a visa led
Yuri to issue Tarnopolsky a visa
led Yuri to a 40-day hunger strike
in October 1982. At that time he
wrote: "The refusal is by no
means a waiting for visas. It is a
slow dying, it is an agonizing
tragedy .
Just prior to his arrest last
March. Yuri wrote: The
moral holocaust, a new way to
exterminate the Jews, has been
devised and perfected."
On the seventh anniversary of
Anatoly Shcharansky's arrest.
Senator Charles Grsssley IR-IAI
received 98 signstures in the
Senate on a "Dear Colleague"
letter to Konstantin Chernenko
and 99 signatures on a similar
letter to President Reagan,
calling for the immediate release
of Shcharanaky.
Section 307 of the Smoot-
Hawley Tariff Act of 1930 specif-
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goods, wares, articles and mer-
chandise mined, produced or
manufactured wholly or in part in
any foreign country by convict or
forced labor. Many industries in
the Soviet Union, especially
export Industries, rely heavily on
forced prison labor, including the
forced labor of approximately
10,000 political prisoners. Major
industries are located adjacent to
prisons, such as Chistopol,
Vladimir and Kolyma where
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Begun has been recently trans-
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against the USSR, the Smoot-
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Armstrong (R-CO) taking the
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requesting that the U.S. Customs
Department (under Treasury!
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ie change of mind among
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know Israel i fact and part of
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Recipes
Friday, April 13,1984 / The Jewiah Floridian of South Broward-HoUywood Page 27
Ceatiai
By FANNIE FERTIK
PhllMMpala Jewish Exponent
first Hdtr it the night of April 16, and it's time to start
Passover meals. Use these accompaniments in your favorite
ape
rgsrine
MOCK 8HMALTZ
jnuin, diced
> oil and margarine in frying pan. Melt. Add diced onion and
| browned. Chill mixture and use as chicken fat.
NEVER FALL KNAIDLACH
er
ilt
Jte pepper
i meal
hopped psrsley or dill
It eggs with salt and pepper. Stir in oil and water. Mix. Stir in
aeal and parsley. Mix thoroughly. Refrigerate one hour. In a
pot, bring to boil 211 quarts water and 1 tap. salt. Wet
id form eight balls. Drop in boiling water. Cook, covered, for
tea (no peeking). Drain with slotted spoon and serve in hot
SOUP NUTS (MANDLEN)
[oil
er
Jt
it* pepper
za meal
or baking sheet
la medium-sized saucepan, bring oil. water, salt and pepper to
ling point. Add matza meal, mixing quickly until smooth.
from heat and beat the eggs into the mixture, one at a time:
ell after each addition. Lightly coat the hands with oil. Shape
kture into .-inch balls Place them on a well-greased baking
I bake at 400 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes, until golden brown.
|5 to 60 minutes.
POTATO KNAIDLACH
iw potatoes
^ed, mashed potatoes
I chicken fat
llt
pper
pa meal
Diiicm. grated
and grate potatoes. Squeeze out as much liquid as possible.
the rest of the ingredients, mixing thoroughly. The mixture
|be firm enough to form into balls. Add more matza meal, if
Shape into balls the size of walnuts and drop into rapidly
sailed water, cooking over moderate heat for about one hour
C -M -.*.,. (, [h^Hr<*tJVrl,M*
Seadfor
wood for
P
If you're wondering where to
IhcacJ tor the holiday, here are
[two suggestions. Hollywood
100% Pure Peanut Oil. And
[Hollywood 100% Pure
pialflower Oil.
They both have no choles-
terol or preservatives. And
molly wood Sat flower Oil is
lowest in saturated fats of all the
national brands. And highest
in the polyunsaturates that can
Kip reduce cholesterol.
But the real proof is in the
latzo farfel pudding. With
lollywood itll turn out so
jht and fluffy, itll he the talk
your sedar table.
Both our Peanut Oil and
ir Safflower Oil are kosher
>r Passover. So if you want
truly delicious Pesach,
;ad for Hollywood.
CERTIFIED KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
IY KOSHER OVERSEERS OF AMERICA
after the last ball is dropped in. Drain and serve in clear chicken soup
or as a dumpling in stew, chicken fricassee or meat gravy. Makes
about 24 balls.
POTATO CROUTONS
raw potatoes, peeled
oil for baking sheet
salt and pepper
Dice potatoes and place on a lightly greased baking sheet in 400
degrees oven, turning occasionally until the potatoes are nicely
browned on all sides. Season with salt and pepper. These make a
crunchy and decorative complement for any kind of soup.
TOASTED EGG FARFEL
l'/ic. matza farfel
3 eggs
' i tap. salt
Spread the farfel on a greased cookie sheet or in a shallow baking
pan. Heat at 360 degrees about 20 minutes, or until browned; stir to
prevent scorching. Cool. Beat eggs and salt until light. Add farfel and
mix until evenly coated and return to hot oven on same baking sheet
to dry slightly. Stir occasionally so the farfel will be separate bits well
coated with egg mixture. Add to clear soup at the table.
LATKES
3 eggs
'i c. cold water
'. Up. salt
1 c matza meal
1 onion, grated or chopped
oil or shortening for frying
Beat eggs and combine with cold water, salt, two-thirds of the
grated onion and enough matza meal to make a stiff batter that will
drop from the spoon. Heat shortening in a heavy frying pan and add
remaining onion. Drop batter from spoon to form round cakes and fry
until brown, then turn. Lift out one at a time and drain well. Serve
with applesauce, fruit compote or cranberry sauce or serve as an
accompaniment with meat or dairy dishes. Yield 12 to 14 latkes.
WALNUT-ORANGE SPONGE CAKE
1 c. Diamond walnuts
8 eggs
'/ tsp salt
1' i cs. granulated sugar
1 tbsp. orange rind
1-3 c. orange juice
'/t c. matza cake meal
Vi c. potato starch for Passover
Place walnuts on flat baking sheet and toast at 325 degrees for 15
minutes. Chop finely or grind.
Separate seven eggs. Add remaining egg to yolks. Beat egg
whites with salt until foamy. Gradually beat in V* cup sugar and
continue beating until stiff.
Beat egg yolks and egg until light and lemon colored.
Gradually add remaining cup sugar. Stir in orange rind and
juice. Fold yolk mixture into beaten whites. Sift cake meal and potato
starch together twice, then gradually fold into egg mixture. Fold in
prepared walnuts. Turn into ungreased 10-inch springform tube pan.
Bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Turn pan upside down until cake is
cold. Remove from pan and garnish as desired with sprinkling of sugar
and walnut halves.
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The Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood
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Thejewish
Florifcte
of South Browar
8
Hollywood. Florida Friday, April 13.1984
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tions. Page 23.
Survey to measure needs for new
So. Broward Jewish Community Center
During the next two weeks,
more than 14,000 South Broward
Jewish families will receive a
survey from the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers of South Broward
regarding its proposed new multi-
purpose center.
The survey is designed to mea-
sure what the community desires
in a new JCC facility, both in
terms of facilities and programs.
Families will be asked what facil-
ities they expect they would use,
and which other activities they
believe would be beneficial to the
rest of the community.
From this information, plan-
ners hope to target the needs of
this community and build a
mult i-purpose center accordingly.
'Modern. fully equipped
Jewish community centers are a
way of life in almost every major
Jewish population concentration
in the U.S. and Canada," said
Ron Rothschild, Community
Survey Committee Chairman of
the JCC. "Our area, the seven-
teenth largest Jewish community
in the United States, remains one
of the few that still does not have
such a facility.
"Such a center is not merely a
building, but an institution with
the highest mission imaginable:
U> serve as a foundation for
Jewish survival and the continu-
ation of Jewish Life."
Kothschild said the present
JCC at 2838 Hollywood
Boulevard, will remain a Senior
Citizens Satellite Center, as well
as a location for additional
evening classes, meetings and
special activities.
The proposed 29 acre site one
half mile west of University
Drive on Stirling Road is no more
than thirty minutes away from
anywhere in South Broward. It
will house many new programs
and expanded activities.
Among the indoor facilities
being proposed are a gymnasium,
racquetball courts, health club,
multi-purpose auditorium and
theater, classrooms, library and
media center.
Proposed outdoor facilities are
a heated Olympic sized pool, a
jogging track, soccer an Softball
fields, tennis, volleyball and bas-
ketball courts. In addition, picnic
and campgrounds are planned,
along with a gazebo and a rustic
retreat lodge for community
organizational workshops.
There would also be room for
expanded activities, under the
proposed plan Included are pre-
school classrooms, youth lounges
and game rooms, a photo lab, and
senior citizen activities rooms.
The second phase of the
community outreach program
will be town hall meetings at
schools, synagogues and private
homes, where the JCC planners
will get verbal feedback. "We are
anxious to find volunteers who
will allow us to use their homes
for these meetings." Rothschild
said
Those interested in helping are
asked to call the JCC at 921 6511,
constituent agencies. These in-
clude the Jewish Family Service.
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
Hillel Foundations of Florida,
and the Central Agency for
Jewish Kducation.
Open letter in thanks for Super Sunday
Thank you for making Super Sunday. April 1, a super
success. We raised $230,000 in 12 hours of calling during which
about 300 volunteers phoned 9.000 Jewish homes throughout
South Broward. It was a hectic but gratifying day, and we all
were very proud of the results.
However, there were some families we couldn't reach. We
would like all South Broward Jews to have the opportunity to
stand up and be counted as members of the Jewish community.
You've got our number. South Broward 921-8810 please
try to reach us.
All those who worked in the Federation Building on Super
Sunday know it was a stimulating experience. We were pleased
that all generations were represented, and it was especially
good to see the interaction between teenagers and senior
citizens.
Specifically, we wish to thank Congressman Larry Smith
who served as our honorary chairman and gave us so much
support. -Also we express our gratitude to Hollywood Mayor
David Keating who spent a large part of the dayon the phones.
We also thank Hospitality Chairmen Naomi Prever and Lila
Zedeck and their committee for keeping food and refreshment
expenses to a minimum. This would not have been possible
without the generosity of some of our local merchants. The
Hospitality Committee's work augmented the spirit of the day.
Hillcrest $1,000,000 campaign
siooaooa
heck for f 1.000,000 from the HHlcreatUJA Federation Campaign is
?hector of the Jewiah Federation of South Broward. From left.
IFSB campaign chairman; Marc Gilbert. Hillcrest chairman;
"of Big Gifts Isam Kotler. Hillcrest coordinator; Dorothy Cher
Women s Diviaion. More Hillcrest photos inside.
Delia Rosenberg and Meral Ehrenstein toast Super Sunday
success. More Super photos inside.
A number of other individuals played crucial roles in our
Super Sunday success story. Training Chairmen Esther Gordon
and Ron Rosen expertly prepared our phone solicitors, Bea
Mogikwitz, Gloria Hess and their telephone squad ensured the
smoothness of our operation. Recruitment Chairmen Audrey
Meline and David Sachs ably drew our manpower, High School
in Israel and BBYo kids helped out ably, and Federation staffer
Judy Nemeth coordinated the efforts of all our committees.
And finally, thanks to the community whose support made
this day a triumph.
Meral Ehrenstein
Delia Rosenberg
Super Sunday Co-Chairmen
Passover Greetings
To The
Jewish Community
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South Reward-Hollywood Friday. April 13. 19M4
Con)ir)ai)ity Calendar
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through Sunday, ot Temple Solel
April 14
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Temple isroe seder Call 961 -1 700 S.yum B cho-.m *o' o hist
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April 17
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Sem, annual congrega- meeting :>-; vaiia'flp"
E ection o* oHicers *i" take pioce
April 26
isroe 'oik and siidesho* at "emp e S>; e 8 p m
April 29
Temp.e s-oe commemorates Hoiocous" Memorial D.;.
special prog-am Temple Sole t>'o">e">ood b'eat'os* mes
Your Community Calendar welcomes ne*s ot you' je*>sr> ;>'"
ted organisation An meetings times and thaw locators should oe
directed to Art Mams associate editor at the Je*.sh Federation
ot Sout* B'o-r. '19 Mo ,*oodBivd Calendai 'formation mS,
be received at least t*o weeks before publication date
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Norman l.ipson spoke and showed "Andy Warhol's Ten Portraits of Jews of the Ts
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Friday, April 13, 1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Page 3
Yom Ha'atzmaut
features
Galgalim
A celebration for the 36th anniversary of the
founding of the State of Israel double chai will
held in Young Circle, Hollywood, May 13, between
riim and 4 pjn.
The occasion is sponsored by the Jewish Com-
lunity Centers of South Broward in cooperation
fc'ith the Jewish Federation of South Broward.
It's called "Yom Ha'atzmaut'" and it will feature
looths. an art exhibit, food, and the Maccabiah
lather-child games. And because the day coincides
With Mother's Day. 1,000 free carnations will be
passed out to the first 1,000 women who come.
Also featured is the Israeli musical group
ialgalim, featuring Brynie and Moshe Zorman with
leir life-sized puppets.
Keynote speaker is Israeli Consul General
fehoshua Trigor. Abo appearing will be
Congressman Larry Smith and Hollywood Mayor
Vavid Keating. Throughout the day, performances
nil be given by Israeli dancer Sasson Jory.
In addition, a drawing will be held, the prize being
i free seminar at the JCC's Camp Kadima.
ou put the 'super'
in Super Sunday!
Together we make
a difference
Galgalim, an Israeli musical group, is featured during Yom Haatzmaut celebration May 13 at
Young Circle.
Hollywood Mayor David Keating does his share.
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School in Israel alumni help out as phone volunteers.
Bea Mogilowitz. telephone squad co-chairman; David Sachs,
Audrey Mettne, volunteers chairmen.
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nd Esther Gordon, training
pn
, inaction.
Hostess committee Naomi
Ilourt, Rhoda Donnar.
Prevar, Fay* Artel, Lefls Zedek, Rita
Holocaust
education
week
The Holocaust Comittee of the
Community Relations Committee
of the Jewish Federation of South
Broward sponsors its Holocaust
Education Week, with events
scheduled from April 25-29.
The documentary "Genocide,"
narrated by Orson Welles and
Elizabeth Taylor will be shown
Wednesday April 25 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Hilton Hotel at 4000 S.
Ocean Drive, and again on April
26 at 7:30 p.m. at the Jewish
Community Center of South
Broward. 2838 Hollywood Blvd.
The documentary features
interviews with witnesses and
scholars, and actual footage of
the concentration camps. There is
a $2 donation requested at the
door Wednesday at the Hilton
Refreshments will be served.
Other events include: A film
about valiant Christians who
saved Jewish lives during
Hitler's regime, called "Avenue
of the Just." It includes an in-
terview with Anne Frank's fat her
and the family that hid the Frank
family. It will be shown Thur-
sday April 26 at 12 noon at the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward. 2719 Hollywood Blvd.
On Friday April 27. photo-
grapher Dr. Norman Morrison
will speak about his original
Holocaust photographs taken in
Auschwitz and Poland on exhibit
from April 26-29 at the
Hallandale Jewish Center. 416
N.F.. 8th Avenue. Hallandale.
The speech will begin at 8 p.m.
also at the Hallandale Jewish
Center.
The final event is a presen-
tation about Hannah Senesh, a
poet, parachutist, and Israeli
freedom fighter. The talk will be
given by David Senesh, a nephew
of the woman, and David's wife,
Hans.
The speech can be heard either
on Friday April 27 at Temple
Beth Ahm. 9730 Stirling Rd.,
Pembroke Pines, at 8 p.m.; or st
7 p.m. April 29 at Temple Israel
of Miramar. 6929 S.W. 35th St.
The week's programs are being
held in cooperation with the
Southeast Florida Holocaust
Center and the Greater Miami
Iweish Federation. For more
information^ please call Melissa
Martin at ^Pt8810


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All Will Benefit from Defeat of Prayer Amendment
Some Reagan Administration critics are
saying that the President pushed for a
school prayer amendment to the Con-
stitution now in order to pay his debt to the
ultra-Conservative forces in the Republican
Party whose support he would like to have
again in this election year.
They say that Mr. Reagan didn't really
expect the amendment would pass through
the Senate; now that it has failed, he can
walk away from the incident feeling that he
hadn't really done any harm but was
merely politicking.
If that is true, then the President is
guilty of having committed an especially
dastardly thing. We do not hold with these
critics. We prefer to think of his effort
merely on its face. In our view, on it9 face,
the school prayer amendment was bad
enough.
Every religious persuasion in the nation
had much to fear were the amendment to
have passed. This was especially true for
minorities. For the Jewish community,
which argued so strenuously against the
amendment, their children will be spared
the embarrassment and sectarianism which
could have prevailed had the Senate not
defeated the proposal.
But we prefer to believe that all religions
will benefit. The fact is that the church-
state separation principle, unique to
American life, has served the nation well
since its inception. Indeed, the principle
has served us so well, that we are prone to
forget why it was established in the first
place.
Spiritual Intimidation
A brief review of European history is all
that is needed to remind us of the basis for
the Founding Fathers' wise decision.
Public school prayer has potentially
dangerous implications that could have led
to a separation of students on a religious
basis. But the far broader impact would be
a return to the era of the zealot. whose
devotion to God as he sees it drives him
ultimately to impose that devotion on all
others, including institutions, as well.
In the implementation of public school
prayer, were the amendment to have
passed, it is precisely the zealot whom all of
us would have had to fear. For it is the
zealot's personal view of God as he sees it
that would have constituted im-
plementation of the amendment.
An Object Lesson
The career of the French legendary
figure. Charles de Gaulle, does not inspire
either admiration or kindly words from
those who recall the role of France in World
War 11. For Jews especially, I* grand
Charles is a figure of frank hostility.
For it was Charles de Gaulle who. in the
wake of the 1967 Six-Day War. imposed a
cruel and senseless embargo upon trade
with Israel, thus ending a brief era of
N
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Ed-to- -a Pjo-."a-
TheJcVVIsVl
Franco-Israel friendship that. up until
then, had been heartwarming.
In fact. some observers trsce the new
spate of anti-Semitism in France today to
this hardening of attitude toward Israel
that De Gaulle fathered.
Still, from a specifically French point of
view. De Gaulle achieved many things. One
of them was a reduction of the multitude of
political parties in his country that tore the
governing process apart and made it
virtually impossible for anything like
proper French rule.
This is an achievement from which
Israel, itself. may well learn a valuable
lesson The early elections slated for July
23 demonstrate once again, if demon-
stration is indeed necessary. that coalition
government in Israel is a hazard that it
should not continue to suffer For coalition
government. especially in the face of such a
multitude of parties as exist in Israel, in
fact boils down to government by q.
timidation.
The number of compromising deai.,i.
a coalition leader must make, from rw
Ben-Gurion to the president premier
Yitzhak Shamir, is staggering With'th,
current crises in the economy and in
Lebanon. yet one more political crisis j,
hardly necessary.
Still, such is the system in Israel that
early elections were inevitable. Chirksd,
Gaulle can. by emulation, teach Israel
much As. incidentally, can the electonl
system in West Germany where a
minimum five percent of the total voteg
needed before splinter political entities eta
claim seats in the Bundestag. A similar
system would be a boon for the Knesset
De Gaulle and the Bundestag may be
strange role models for Israel, but it would
be hard to find better ones in this insuna
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Volume 14 Number*
Simferol,
Capital of the Crimea
By ABBA BEN YAMIS
(This i the tenth in a special series of
recollections of youth in Russia by Abe lialpern
who writes under his Hebrew name I
In my last column Riding The Kails
(January 6l 1 wrote that prior to our going to
America I decided to visit my oldest sister in
Simferopol, the capital of the Crimea I concluded
as follows.
Life for IT years in Kussia prior to my coming
to the I'mted States in 192.* had a tremendous
influence on all that I did since then I cannot
forget my past 1 constant!) strive to find the true
meaning and purpose of my life The following
poem expresses it as I wish I could
BE STRONG!
Be strong!
We are not here to play. to dream. to drift
We have hard work to do and loads to lift.
Shun not the struggle face it.'tis Ood'a gift
Be strong'
Say not. "The daya are evil Whoa to blame?"
And fold the hands and acquiesce oh.ahame!
Stand up. apeak out. and bravely, in (iod'a mm
Be strong'
It matters not bow deep intrenched the wrong.
How hard the battle goes, the day bow long,
Faint not Tight on! Tomorrow cornea the song
MsJtrice Davenport Babcock
The trip to Simferopol from Pnluki was new
territory to me I assumed thai I would make the
trip in approximately four days but 1
miscalculated
I left early in June 1921 and traveled on
passenger freight trains At that time in our area
the freight trams began to run with 2 or 3
passenger cars attached 1 took enough money
with me to be able to buy tickets and enough food
to last me about a week Not knowing the area I
made a few mistakes and found myaelf near
Odessa I had to retrace my steps and therefore it
took me longer to reach my destination
Ai^wTifT? Cl*r to t'nme* ~ Pw"uia on
the Black Sea the weather got wanner The
climate in Simferopol is approximately the same
as South Florida whereas the climate in Pnluki as
more like that of New England
It took me about a weak to reach a small
station not far from Simferopol Anxwua to get
there I grew impatient We had been at thia
station for more than an hour When I asked the
conductor about the delay he shrugged his
boulders and called my attention to the name of
the stat ton which was Terpeniye I Pattern*!
i ?'*V!J" trm,n fin*lly mvd m eo
LtrtSoirwt unul *""M m>
I tried to sleep but could not
restless pacing back and forth
ith thoughts of what I
after so many years
At first I was hardly aware of the lUhing of the
instep and sol* of my left foot but a, 2 bow.
passed jrnd ,. beeame very no, the eJ^^SeS
increased but I triad to ignore it
A few weeks later I consulted a doctor and it
was then that 1 found out why this wat twusraj
me so much
On one of my trips from Moscow in iumrji
1921 it u very coid. even more than unit, k
thr tram began to move I was not fast awed.*
jump and sit on the bumper Someone be* Ha-
lt So I had to stand for about an hourholdafa
to the end of the freight car with B irSta
resting on a peace of metal which wsj fwa|
cold I didn't wear any shoes and my !*
wrapped in rags When the train swoped**'
next station I could not take m> feet fn"
metal because t he rags were frozen U> it
With difficulty I (reed my left fuodfroa*
rags leaving them froxen to the metal iafi ,
able U> scramble on to I he roof
The doctor who examined me told' "VJ*
frostbite, and that aharp change of **
causes the damaged tissues to itch A-*
years, even now. 63 years later it eoaw
uncomfortable souvenir
About 7 am I started for my """Jf!
which was not too far. about a J5 mmuU-*'
walked down the wide street from the *
the center of town Street cars **"",
running to and from the station W
waiting and riding baryclea
1 turned and went down one side ***
with one-story houses The other side of*'J
was all wooded area At number J i *"-
a court and aoon located my **' ""^
Although we mailed a letur to h. "b-J
weeks pnor to my arrival 1 ^J^l
whether or not she had received *. nor w-
I was coining ^
Nervous and
mated, with _<***
1
was vary
my mind racing
would say to my sister
Nervous and emciteo. w... J-T^*a|
heart I hesitated lor a whik- before """V
the door The door opened and I hB"Vf^w,
my brother -as-law standing there I U> 1
I was and ha calked my enter who came a
I was asked to come in I^^Lia*
siater dad not quite believe that I V^^g
waa How could she recognize me waai
for the Crimea at 1912 from ^V'^*!
village in the Ukrainel I was ^y *',"^|*|
answered all her many quaation. w*">sj
and brother who ware in America. **"_, i
to Pnluki in 1917 following Trf*
It.hny. I told bar the -d news .
mother death in September of IjW n-"^
asked ma what was mother maiden n
course I know it- *!
That finally convinced her that I **J<|dfs
brother all grown up I ^J^5*
warmth, hugs and kisses, with ^f^Zfi
It was a woadariul reunion snej"fV^t*]
breakfast (or us No gourmet "]**Vk(-ta'|
had can compare with that tmp* >m~
many years ago
Whatever to great and gawd totke
leasrtasseataine
toam
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j following Utttr wot writUm by Mine Ptrih*ra.r ,.,* r
or 0,* *er writing. mL) *^ *pe*wn
I hen we rwd the statement of a profaaeor of colW, that the
.ocauatn^took place, my huabandand I ulufcchatiZ
ere ire the Liberators of the Concentration CttnM?wSvT.L.
silent? But w. abided that probably ^^0^^
G 7antat Sm "r01^" T1*"1 <2 "ceived an inviutionto come
Lfl 1 to Barry Unnwa.ty to "A Salute to Liberator,-"" thelX
ktration Cam pa We were surprised to face our Liberator- in
Lent people full of life, not old at -il. fdt7iL o^ up^aak the
Rations from the floor: you were eyewitneaaea what> y tM
laurvivora. But I don't talk about ua, I nTtSin^5out Kl^
kmbers. of the still hot gigantic ovena. of the smelling at of burned
th st.II>,n the air, when you liberators, came to the Concentrat^T
&T, ^e urv,vor w brought up our aecond general""
&,out stretching our handa to the Government. We managed to
kcate them by working lard. I wrote a diary, in the timeTf Hitler
Lng it with wherever we went. Our children were naggmg me to
TrfiS LEngb8!1.!.long tuse ago-l couldnt brin ST
k to the horrora of the pest. But when I read that college profeaaora
|r.- a nerve to write that the Holocauat never happened that we
Va invented such a story, then I saw in Chicago the Neonari
rching. then I knew that I have to translate my diary to tell what
lly happened. It I painful, but it a more painful to be a aurvivorof
r 200 people of our family, whom the Germane butchered in an
kumanly way. and to hear that some one tells it never happened I
bw that in aecond world war. you were on duty, and what you
S.s,ed touched you deeply, at thia time, and the memories are still
. y oU,.,v ^U thmk that your job ** finiflhed. with the duties of a
Jier.' Why do you let now. auch profeaaora teach such lies'' In
ada, a profeaaor lost his job. because he told the same lie that the
pcaust never took place. Why here, the profeaaora are writing
ks. how we Jews invented a Holocaust story, and Liberators of the
centration Campa, don't go to them, to tell them: we saw it and
still alive, to tell you. that you're liars, and you don't have a
kt to teach Please I beg you in the memory of the 6 million /ictima
D t keep auent now!
la survivor Mbt Perlberger
N.Y. butcher admits fradulent
sale off Kosher meat
NEW YORK (JTA) A New
York City meat-packing firm has
pleaded guilty to fraudulent sale
aa kosher of non-koaher beef and
the civil penalty for that violation
is S15.000 the largest in a kosher
food case in the state, according
to two state officials.
Attorney General Robert
Abrama and Commissioner
Joseph (it-race of the state Agri-
culture and Markets department
announced the case. Lawyera for
the M&M Packing Co. pleaded
guilty in Manhattan Criminal
Court to violation of Section 201-
2 of the Agriculture and Markets
I.aw, under which any person
selling meat and who "falsely
represents" it to be koaher is
guilty of a misdemeanor.
The two state officials said
that last September, an under-
cover investigator, identified aa a
newly-named meat inspector, was
placed, with the cooperation of
the federal Agriculture Depart-
ment, in the plant as a trainee.
They said that on September
12, the inspector marked five
barrels of beef he knew was non-
kosher with an inconspicuous
mark. The next day, the five
marked barrels were found in
shipment by the firm of 15
barrels of beef to a Bronx
processor of koaher meat. The 16-
barrel shipment was rejected by
the processor and seized by state
inspectors.
Abrams said the case "vividly
demonstrates the need for strong
law enforcement to protect
kosher food consumers. To
defraud consumers in a matter of
such fundamental religious
concern is a heinous act." He said
"we will continue to take strong
action against the cynical indi-
vidual and companies that
engage in these contemptible
practices."
More than one million con
aurnera buy koaher products each
day in New York state, Gerace
said, adding that "it is impera-
tive that the kashruth of such
products is not misrepresented."
The investigation was handled
by the Agriculture and Markets
department under the super-
vision of Rabbi Schulem Rubin,
director of the department's
Kosher Law Enforcement
Division.
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pr lad in turn n child away
our (an p Kmlin a because
I fn bi rial problem.
ii~ \ciir. more than ever
|r< WC haw a large group
king fur that scholarship
|u> It is hnrd to imagine that
;in- an man\ out there who
nnl) need a liltk-. but are
ing trouble feeding their
lies
tin-I1 Kadima not only gives a
tremendous growth ex-
1. both socially and
Juralh. but it also allows
parents who want to work
H without having to choose
keen the salpry and the cos*
I the babysitter We makt
tial arrangements for the
nnn parent so we can givi
children a wholesome
Ifiti setting that will not
lid with t lie parent's work
iult.
low it's time for you to help.
desperately need donations to
[camp scholarship fund if we
i cont inue helping those who
it If you can help us with a
It inn. no matter how large or
please send it to the
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th Hroward: 2838 Hollywood
Hollywood. 33020. Please
the check for Camp
Dlarship Fund.
jr tax deductible donation
fatly appreciated.
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P*ge8 The Jewish Floridisn of South Broward-Hollywood Friday. A prU 13. 1984
Israeli elections set for July 23
JERUSALEM UTAi Likud
and the Labor Party agreed thai
election* will be held on Monday.
July I The (government and
opposition promptly signed an
agreement whereby trw govern
ment will call the" Knesset into
special session for the first
reading of a bill to dissolve the
-el and approve thr election
rH-cau.se the Knesset begn
Pa-
The bill in qu. the
Ijibor motion for earlv elections
which the Knesset approved by a '
61-58 margin it must pass thrw
readings to become final
The law requires a 100-dn>
intenm from the time the
Knesset vote- tfl dl self
until election dsj But the i>
sides agreed I i n that
period of 60 dsyi Within that
tm :n the
an- i
resignation- if mn
Step Lively
Elijah
Bv RABBI
haroLdrichter
Director of Chaplaincy
Jewish Federatiofi of
South Broward
This Shabbat. April It-14, is
called Shabbat Hagadol the
(ireat Sabbath Man> beli\.
this is due to the prophetic
reading of the day in the Book of
Maiarhi in which t+ie prophet
iprshll "f the ( I Klijah
heralding the (ireat and a.
if spiring dav of the l^.ni
prophet sa> s that EHijal i-
herald t he con ing "f the Messiah
lr ^hahbat Hagadol is a
pre\ lew nt Pass. \ er i in fact
many traditional Jew- recite a
rrwi f Um Maggadah
th: of the moei
able momsnl -
l- w he: i >pen our d<>rs to
welcome KLjah' F"or some this i-
at least a prayer and a hop* for
world peace For others, such as
l.ubav i'tchir Hasidirr. it is a
cry from the depths, in the words
"f a s,.ng made popular during
trie last few years. AS e want
M'-hiach (the Messiahl now \N e
don t want to wait'" Pof others
in more modern garb it is a call to
the my-teries of the Kahbalah
and Jewish mysticism, an effort
to revive the messianic spirit
rhid i- a van potent force per-
vading Jewish history
Many who are not mystics are
touched by the song, the poetry.
the romanticist!, which opening
the door for F.lijah inspires But
the stark realities of our tunes
COOl us off quickly, the threat of
nuclear warfare, the unrest in the
Middle Fast, the unprecedented
economic crisis in Israel, to
mention a few items (an we
afford to become visionaries in
these critical time- '
But this i- precisely the
message that Shabbat Hagadol
and Passover carry to us -
though we must be firmly
grounded on earth, though we
must face the daily problems of
living and survival, for we are
living in a world of practicalities,
nevertheless we must not k>se
sight of the inner spiritual forces
for without them life becomes
meaningless V\ e who are devoted
to the survival of the State of
Israel and who have studied the
history of Zionism recognize that
the success of Zionism is due to
monumental energies of untold
numbers of Jews who gave up
careers and success to become
drainers of swamps, farmers and
factory workers But were it not
for a certain messianic zeal that
energized these people, the State
of Israel would never have
btCOSM a reality
Today there is a desire on the
part of many Jews and others lo
transfer the American Kmbassy
from Us present headquarters in
Tel Aviv to Jerusalem Why
Jamlam* Jerusalem can never
be understood fully without the
apecieJ mystical quality, which
itor with half a soul
immediately gets win'
\Nhat is there about Jerusalem
which makes us fall in love with it
at first sight and which draws us
back to her as a beloved to his
brer?
So let us sit at our Sedan and
open our doors wide for Elijah
I feel embarrassed trur ^
sometimes think of Moshiach or
G d as a living reality in
your hve. As Shabbat Haj
and Passover approach. I hear
,i new Hasidii
tin English'! Open jrour heart
Hash' || awaits |
(>r of the Kotzker Rebbi I
that < <
tat \- lv-,i. h ap
prosches m -.i\ Ste| lively
Flijah. we have long awaited
vour
dsspsratslj
H \IT1 P VSSO\ y R
TO \I I
The Julv 23 date represent* a
I romkR reached aft.t several
(fayi >'f hand bargain trifl between
Vit/hak Shamir and
r Party chairman Shimon
Labor wanted the ah
vacation!
will
fall, argued I it the
i i ng on
id half of July Ix'th
par' riaki
I.abor is anxKii- to avoid an
internal leadership PtTUggk
befon elections Kttei
reaching agreement with Shamir
l'i ree met with former Prea
Yit/hak Navi>n to discuss what
role the latter will play in the
I-abor campaign and what
tton he would accept on the
partv election list
Details of their malting were
not dieck>aed and even the plate
of the netting wm- k*pt SaCrst
Navon reportedl) MOmissd !' PSS
to k't hin' kn challenge him for leadership of
the partv
ire eternsni Labor
who an pn moting the popular
er Pn l for the top spot
ele whk*h would
make him Prime Minister in the
if a Isbor v ictOT)
\a\ i n i- also -< heduk i
' :\ ntelv w 111; t
ier Yitzhsk Rsba P
rival lor part) k
lain hi- intentions
1 .lU>r scth ist- bsiii
:ka in
would h;i\
efest Likud It
* het her Kabir.
< and
Savon third
Marc (iilbert accepU sward as Hillcrest $1,000,000 i
from Milton Winogrsd.
Hillcrest $1,000,000 campaign


Marc (iilbert accepts Hillcreat award from led Nrwmtia,|
Sumner Kaye
KADIMA
Smith
offers
Park.
a full
Based at C 6
Camp Kadima
range of athletic swim, with
instruction, arts and crafts,
music, dance, drama. Jewish
Culture To add to the fun this
season, we have included
karate. baton twirling,
cheerleadmg, canoeing, and
much more Children between
the grades K-6 as of Septem
ber
Cost $495 00 8 weeks
(Early Bird Rate)
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
921-6511
SUMMER CAMP
1984
A CARNIVAL OF
VACATION FUN!
CHALUTZIM
For the 13 15 year old. Camp
Chalut/im is the place to be
A teen travel setting will take
them on many different types
of trips, including Atlanta,
and the New Orleans Expo
There are two 4 week
sessions.
Early Bird Fees are
$600 00 for 4 weeks,
$1100 00 for 8 weeks
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For the outdoor type the JCC
is proud to announce the
arrival of Survival Camp Fty
one four week session only
boys and girls 13 15. and 16-
18. we learn the art of living of
the land, with a last *eek o'
living at one of me WMI
parks
Early bird Rates lor the loo'
weeks $425
C.I.T. |
For the 10th Grader. ****
have a C.I.T program
summer which w.n teach w
C.I.T. how to work
children, as well as skills
working with people __
general. It may lead to e*
ployrnent next summer as
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eight weeks for only $1
WE PROVIDE EARLY DROP
OFF AND LATE PICK Up
AT C.B. SWTH AT NO
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SPORTS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS OF SOUTH BROWARD CAMP
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Friday, April 13,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South Broward-Hollywood Page 9
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A achoolera show Hollywood Hills High class where in Israel they live. Ronit Fanner
lovav were chosen as some of Israel s academic elite to "rap" with American students
em South Florida for two weeks during March. Adi grew up in the Western Galilee
betimes needed an army escort to get to school because of threats of Palestinian
- from Southern Lebanon. Ronit is from Ramat-Gan and studies Arabic and German
I families, the Keichbaums and the Giulantis housed the two students during their
| program waa sponsored by the Central Agency for Jewish Education.
Ink Spots at Good Old Days
Spots will be the
traction at a !>enefit
on behalf of the
Interest Fund of
Count) Sunday
,pril 29 from B-Ifl p.m.
i! ia Jai-AlaJ Fronton
I Hi and are available
ii ki( Outlets oral the
M i \ mi Aging. 2700
land Parti Blvd., 186-
'I the Ink Spots'
lil include: I'll Never
fan; III (let By; Up the
liver Marie. and
[Hill
open ;it the .lai-Alai
I Ml Dania Beach
p.m on April 29.
Parking will be free Since the
majority of seats is being offered
at the $10 non reserved general
admission price, early arrival is
adv ised
The Area Agency on Aging
will coordinate a Cake Contest
during the Broward County Good
Old Days Grand (male Sunday
afternoon. April 29 Cooks of all
ages are encouraged to bring
their favorite. non-perishable
homemade cake to Proa) Park in
Dania from noon- 2 pjii. when the
judging will occur. The cakes will
M sold to In-net it the Klderly
Intaraat Fund Winners will be
announced at 3 p.m and gift
i irt ideates will be prewnted
through the courtesy of Winn
Dixie.
Contact participants are en-
couraged to bring their families
U) the park, to take or buy a
picnic lunch. Activities will" be
ongoing all afternoon in the park
U well as in the Jai-Alai Fronton.
Admittance to the Fronton will
be $1 for adults and 50 cents for
children A flea market, an
exhibition jai alai game, and the
Balalaika Company are some of
the features scheduled indoors.
Cake contest competitors
should look for Betty or Eileen in
their gingham costumes in Frost
Park. For futher information call
Sharon. 485-6373.
Fine Decorators Inc
1051 NW 3rd St, Hallandale944-8400
Happy Passover
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Local Florida References
Cantor Irving Ross
994-1649
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Why ia everyone in this picture wearing a hat? Because it wan a celebration of National Hat
Month, which took place at the Southeaat Senior Center March 21 That man who looks like
Chevalier in the white tuxedo jacket w Uncle Mike LaMura. a vaudevillian who haa a MBf for
every one of hi* hats Sitting, from left: Irving Lucas and Betty Raphael, standing (Jrare
Winckelman, Sophie I1el(and. and Eve Covent.
Meet the JCC: Jill Schneider
IMPORTED
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The Inter(ieneration Alliance
of the Jewish Community
Centers of South Hroward has
been formed for the exclusive
purpose of itenerating communic-
ation, cooperation and exchange
lietween "ur senior citi/ens and
children in our community
As a teacher for many years. I
ha\e very deep feelings for this
particular need that children
have for sincere relationships
with the "elders" of our society-
Consequent ly. 1 feel that seniors
also have a basic need to teach
and pass along their knowledge
and inspiration to the younger
generations Doesn't it seem
perfect that these two groups
should come together in the areas
of the most need namely,
tutoring basic skills, and enrich-
ment programs.
As the Project Coordinator of
the Inter (ieneration Alliance. I
am in the process of recruiting
interested senior citizens who
would like to become involved
with the children There is a
successful Pen-Pal program
already in existence, and other
programs in the area of dance,
music, drama, art and crafts, etc.
There are so many of you who
QTUDI0 ;
ha\e the time, talent and special
touch to he with these chldnffl
who need help 1 would lova to
talk with you and gel J ou in
votvad in out ipacial pn
Please call me at the Jewial
Communit) ("enter if you would
Ilk. I" help
Jill Schneider
Project Coordinator
lnter-(ieneralinn Alliance
JCC of South Hroward
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Hud reviews plan to build elderly housing here
ICE $50 MINIMUM breakfast featured Jerry
p photo, standing, from loft: Vivian Levinaon,
aow, Myrtle Hodee, Florence Gluck, Bea Singer,
r, Edythe Barren, Miriam Cogan; sitting: Lee Fine,
' ian. Dorothy Jarow. AD are members of the
imittee and wore breakfast boateaoea. BOTTOM
cm left, co-chairmen Loa Singer, Harold Gluck;
rold Neetler; co-chairmen Ted Hodea, Lou Fine.
Federal housing authorities
have promised to review the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward's plans to build sub-
sidized housing for the elderly in
Hollywood.
Rep. IjuTy Smith, Rabbi Herb
Tobin. and Ellie Kati met with
two Housing and Urban
Development representatives
March 29 in Washington to
discuss details of the proposed
S6.8 million, 124-unit low income
rental project in the 3100 block of
Taft Street.
Under the JFSB proposal, the
government would pay for
construction of the complex and
subsidize rents for low-income
elderly and handicapped tenants.
The Jewish Federation has an
option to buy the 4.9 acre Holly-
wood site and has agreed to
proved auxiliary services to the
complex.
Smith estimated there are
8,000 senior citizens in need of
subsidized housing in Rroward.
He said Rroward has one of the
largest populations of needy
senior citizens in the nation, but
the county hasn't received any
federal money in five years for
housing construction.
The JFSR has been trying for
three years to get this project
approved. They said they hoped
the informal review would help
the proposal clear the initial
hurdles in the review process.
"We feel more positive now
than when we arrived,*' said Ellie
Katz.
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