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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
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Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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Campaign Passes 2 Million Mark
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> Correspondent
Federation earlier
I a whopping birth-
the start of ita
aa its 1978 UJA
ned and sur-
million mark in
r Israel, overseas
i needs.
eke, the UJA
in announcing
ad passed the 12
one, said that
Lauderdale has
be ranks of the
ommunities as a
ijor funds for the
advancement, strengthening and
survival of Jewish life the world
over."
LOCKE announced at the
same time that "every dollar we
raise from now on will go ex-
clusively for UJA "a humanitarian
programs in Israel." He said in
this connection that the Board of
the Jewish Federation had voted
at the beginning of the campaign
that if it succeeded in raising 12
million, "every dollar in excess of
that amount would be allocated
to Israel."
The achievement was hailed by
Jacob Brodzki, president of the
Federation, who offered con-
gratulations to Locke, the mem-
bers of his campaign cabinet, the
corps of campaign chairmen
throughout North Broward, and
members of the campaign pro-
fessional staff.
Irving L. Geisser, the Fed-
eration's executive director,
noted that the Fort Lauderdale
UJA was today raising "almost
seven times more" than it was
amassing when he arrived here
six years ago to be the Fed-
eration's chief executive.
"FORT Lauderdale," he de-
clared, "is fast emerging as a
major community on the Amer-
ican Jewish scene," adding that
Continued on Page 16
Charles Locke
Irving Geiaeer
lewis 111 IFIIoirildlIhi n
OFOMATIft FORT LAUDERDALE
iber8
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, April 14,1978 fredk shochet Friday, april u. W78 Price35Cents
g for X'-Rated Fare
mi*t Film under Theodore Bikel, Abba Eban
[ck; iubc Deletes Headline Anniversary Gala
ueh y Scenes
- (JTA) -
M/4 hour tele-
tization to be
in four parts
demanding that NBC drop the
entire production. It said, "Over
300,000 Gentiles died fighting for
Jewish rights. The Americans
sided with the Jews during World
| AMERICAN SCENE
16, haa
from two
ely different
jr.
lae League
led the orig-
tten by Ger-
mist propa-
at instilling
in Amen-
for the so-
persecuted
several Mid-
ited with NBC
that certain
The affiliates,
the film, ob-
sne showing
ling forced to
ing led to the
another in
ten are led to
haa agreed to
a statement
War II and certainly couldn't be
considered enemies of the Jewish
people.
"Yet American Gentiles are
subjected to a constant barrage
movies from Hollywood which
have aa their main aim propa-
ganda to instill a guilt complex in
American Gentiles .
RABBI Marc Tanenbaum,
director of the intarreligious
affairs department of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, who
served aa a consultant to NBC in
the production of Holocaust, told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that the affiliates objected to a
five-second segment of the dis-
robing scene which shows frontal
nudity with pubic hair visible.
They felt this went far beyond
the boundaries of good taste
acceptable to television networks
and their affiliates.
Tanenbaum said that, at a
meeting of the Network and affil-
iate officials, he explained that in
the context of the Nazi intention
to degrade and debase Jews by
Continued on Page 3
Abba Eban, Theodore Bikel, a
youth Maccabia, a Shuk (or
Israeli marketplace) and a
popular turnout of Fort Lauder-
dale Jewry are the main elements
of what promises to be "a gala
observance and celebration of
Israel's 30th anniversary as a free
and independent State.'
This is the view of Anita
Perlman, chairman of the board
of the Jewish Community Center.
The Center is sponsoring the
celebration in- association with
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, the third year in
succession thai the JCC haa
mounted the Fort Lauderdale
Azmauth.
AMBASSADOR Eban'a
appearance Sunday, April 23 at
an 8 p.m. lecture in the Parker
Playhouse will inaugurate the
Theodore Bikel
Israel Admits It Used
Ouster Bombs in Lebanon
The Israeli army this
admitted that it used U.S. made
cluster bombs in its invasion of
southern Lebanon. The State De-
partment in Washington said
that Israel used anti-personnel
devices canisters stuffed with
shrapnel bomblets a violation
of American restrictions.
The bombs were dropped on
Palestinian guerrilla positions
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n Nominate Libros for Pres.
pros, general
1978 Women's
[campaign, has
as president of
Federation's
mi. Her nom-
Dunced by Terri
f the nominating
[will take place at
Division annual
| morning, May 6.
ION to serving aa
campaign, Mrs.
ember of the Fed-
of directors. She
of the 1977
lion campaign and
[its 1976 Woodlands
"We are very fortunate, in-
deed, to have someone so con-
cerned, competent, and dedicated
as Mitchie," Mrs. Baer said in
disclosing Mrs. Libros'
nomination.
Others nominated were Sue
Segaul as vice president of com-
munity relations. Mrs. Segaul
formerly was a vice chairman of
the campaign. Josephine
Newman has been nominated for
vice president of education. She
has been a member of the
Women's Division board of
directors.
GLADYS DAREN has bean
nominated for vice president of
the campaign. She served for-
merly aa "wp"ia*" chairman of
Woodlands. Lillian Tucker has
been nominated to serve for a
Continued on Page 4
Mfccale Libros
that fired on northern Israel. The
Israeli military said. "There ware
several instances of incessant
artillery and rocket fire on our
villages in the north. Cluster
bombs were used against these
artillery units and field positions
that directed the fire.
IN A related matter, Tom
Reston, State Department
spokesman, said the Pentagon
and the Saudi Arabian govern-
ment are investigating Israeli
charges that arms captured from
1 Palestinian terrorists in their
March 11 assault on Israel were
American-made and supplied to
the terrorists by Saudi Arabia.
"We have received a report
from the Israeli military listing
certain small arms and munitions
of apparent U.S. origin which the
Israelis believe may have been
transferred by the Saudis to the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion," Reston said.
"We have already determined
that most of the items identified
to us by the Israelis have not
been supplied to Saudi Arabia
and we have so informed the
Israelis. We have no evidence
that the Saudis have transferred
U.S. origin military material to
the Palestinians, but, aa we have
said, our current investigation is
continuing."
celebration, which will be fol-
lowed by a series of main events
on Sunday, May 7 in Holiday
Park.
Eban will speak on "Prospects
for Peace in the Middle East:
Fantasy or Reality?" Ron
Schagrin, chairman of the JCC
committee in charge of the
lecture, forecast a full house for
Eban, asserting that "Fort
Lauderdale appears to be turning
out for Mr. Eban in a way that
will be its own strong salute and
'greuas' to the people of Israel on
the threshold of their 30th year of
Jewish ststehood.''
Schagrin noted that the higher
priced tickets have been sold out,
with some still left in the
price ranges. "Wherever
sits," he said, "the view of Mr.
CsatiaaedeaPagel*
Broward Hadassah
Groups to Form
Separate Region
Bernice Tannenbaum, pres-
ident of Hadassah, has an-
nounced that the Florida Region
of Hadassah is to be reorganized
into four regions, with the local
Broward County unit, including
South Palm Beach, redesignated
as the Florida Mid-Coast Region
of Hadassah.
The new region will comprise
the chapters of Bermuda Club-
Herzl, Boca Raton-Aviva, Castle
Gardens- Armon, Deerfield Beach
Kadimah, Deerfield Beach-Sec-
pus, Delray-Ben Gurion, Fort
Lauderdale Beach-Bat-Yam, Fort
Lauderdale-Haverim, Fort Lau-
derdale-Tamar. HallandaJe, Ha-
waiian Gardens-liana, Holly-
wood, Inverrary-Gilah, Light-
house Point-Sabra, Margate,
Oakland Estates-A viva, Oriole-
Scopua, Plantation- Kavanah,
Plantation-L'Chayim, Pompano
Beach-Chai, Pompano-Golda
Meir, Somerset-Shoshana,
Southwest Broward, Sunrise-
Shalom, and West Broward.
HELEN Weisberg, past pres-
ident of the Florida Region, and
currently organization chair-
woman, haa been masting with
the Broward Hadassah leaders
for the past several months, out-
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Tks Jewish Fbridian of Greater Fort Laudtrdale
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There might never have been an Emancipation Proclamation
without a Passover.
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On the night of 16 Nisan.approxi-
mately 8200 years ago.a new era in
human history was begun.
On that date,the right and
supremacy of human freedom was
reaffirmed to the peoples of the world.
The Jews.under the leadership of
Moses.put an end to 400 years of slav-
ery imposed upon them by the ancient
Egyptians.
Passover is the Festival that com-
memoratesthat remarkable eventlt
marks the birth of the Jews as a free
people. It is the reassertion of Jewish
belief that freedom and dignity are
inalienable human rights.That no one,
be he king.dictator or private citizen
has a mandate to oppress or enslave an-
other human being.This commitment
to freedom as expressed by the Passover
is central to the thoughts and ideals
which have become the foundation of
western civilization.
It is the Ethic upon which Abra-
ham Lincoln based the Emancipation
Proclamation issued more than 30
centuries after the Exodus from Egypt.
For Jews, Passover is a time to
reaffirm the faith and morality forged
from the experience of Egyptian
enslavement and redemption.
But the story told in the Hagad-
dah speaks not just to Jews.but to all
people who love freedom and who are
willing to make sacrifices to keep it
It is a story that strengthens our
resolve as free citizens of a great nation
to stand together and help others who
are less fortunate throughout the world
to reassert their destiny to be free
Paeaover is the Festival of Free-
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'Holocaust* Film Under Attack As NBC Deletes Scenes
Continued from Page 1
violating their traditional con-
ept of modesty, the scene was
Authentic.
However, he said, given the
set that many viewers would not
aware of this, he thought the
JBC decision to omit the five
conds was appropriate. He ex-
pressed hope that the contro-
ersy over the disrobing scene,
irhich has been reported by
several newspaper columnists,
would not be allowed to detract
from the overall impact of
Holocaust.
REGARDING the CDL, Tan-
enbaum told the JTA that the
group is headed by James K.
Warner of Baton Kouge, La.,
who, the rabbi said, has a long
record of anti-Semitic and racist
activity and is an associate of
David Duke of the Ku Klux Klan.
Shifra Hoffman, a member of
the board of directors of the Jew-
ish Identity Center, responded to
both attacks on the film in a
statement demanding that "the
forthcoming NBC production of
Holocaust be carried by all affil-
iate stations in its entirety."
Hoffman pointed out in her
statement that although Hitler's
persecution of the Jews began in
1933, the U.S. did not declare war
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The.Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Israel: UJA's Top Beneficiary
The Jewish Federation's UJA campaign has soared
over the $2 million mark and is still going strong. That's
very good news.
What makes it better is that every dollar raised from
now on will go to Israel in its entirety. The decision on this
was made by the Federation board early in the campaign.
It proved to be a decision that came as an imperative not
only to traise the two million but to exceed it by as many
dollars as possible. That now rests in the hands of all those
who have yet to make their 1978 pledges.
According to Charles Locke, the UJA general chair-
man, there are some 3,000 donors on the UJA rolls who
gave last year but are still to be heard from this year. If
these men and women truly have Israel's interests at
heart, they'll respond without further delay.
A Special Prayer
The first Passover set the mood of hope for a people
whose destiny it was to develop a religion, a culture, a way
of life that has endured these thousands of years because
its essence has been freedom.
In every Jewish home, and in public observances
which have developed in recent years, the ancient story
with its message for all mankind will be told again this
Passover, and it will be as meaningful in 1978 as it was on
the journey to the Promised Land.
The establishment of the State of Israel 30 years ago
has not meant the end of the millennial Jewish quest. As
in every generation, in this we are engaged in the struggle
for the freedom of Jews in the Soviet Union. This year, as
we observe the Seder, we will add to it a special prayer for
those brave people fighting to keep alive our ancient her-
itage which gives them the insight and courage to contin-
ue their struggle.
For Vanessa: A Bronx Cheer
The Academy Awards have come and gone and
two young Jews have done themselves proud. Woody
Allen now joins the ranks of writer producer director
luminaries Dore Senary. Mike Nichols, Mel Brooks,
Harold Prince, Neil Simon, Carl Reiner, among others.
Richard Dreyfuss as Hollywood's top banana in the male
acting department is a joy to behold; such dash, chutzpah
and tenderness as he displayed in Neil Simon's The
Goodbye Girl was not only virtuoso but a cheerful study
in the fine art of being human.
And then there was Vanessa Redgrave. Miss
Redgrave made a tidy speech in accepting her award. We
might have gone along with what she said, except for that
reference to the "Zionist hoodlums" whose pressures,
demonstrations and boycotts were not expressive of the
vast majority of Jews she said adding that she was
glad the Academy did not succumb to any of it in con-
sidering her nomination for the Oscar.
Well, if Miss Redgrave is going to subsidize political
movies, as she has done in bankrolling "The Palestinians"
on behalf of Yasir Arafat's PLO, and if she is going to act
in thinly veiled political films, which Julia partly is, she
has to expect political opposition, even a Zionist one, with
all that that implies: pressures, demonstrations, etc.
There is the possibility, too, that somewhere along the line
her peers will take popular indignation into account and
fault her. One is disappointed it didn't happen this time.
Interesting, too, is that Miss Redgrave's award came
for acting in a film drawn from the works of Lillian
Hellman. While it's true that Miss Hellman stood up to
and refused to be intimidated by the late Sen. Joseph R.
McCarthy, we recall that she stayed way beyond a reason-
able time in the precincts of one Josef Stalin possibly
out of loyalty to her dearly beloved, the late Dashiell
Hammett, who never forswore his Stalinism.
Miss Redgrave's ringing declaration against fascism
and anti-Semitism fell short in not including communism.
Like Hellman in her time, Redgrave has an affinity for
Commies, and some way out ones, at that. Communism
today is ranged as much against Jews and Judaism as
Nazism and fascism ever were. If her art isn't, her politics
are flawed incomplete, muddle-headed, bastardized by
consorting with Trotskyists and PLO'era.
One other word about all this: Paddy Chayefsky
wasn't so right, either, in chewing out Miss Redgrave for
her remarks. He might have challenged her on principle.
He chose instead to advocate keeping "politics" out of the
Academy Awards. Trouble is, Paddy, one can't It's just
Elainly wrong to muzzle people as he, a writer, ought to
now especially in a forum of the arts.
Women Nominate Libras for Pres.
Continued from Page 1
second year as financial sec-
retary; Min Gruman, aa recor-
ding secretary; Selma Strong as
corresponding secretary; Edith
Levine aa historian; and Phyllis
Chudnow has been proposed as
chairman fo the '78'79 nom-
inating committee.
Nominated for the board of
directors are: Cora Abbott.
Lillian Alpert, Terri Baer, Mimi
Bederman, Pola Brodzki. Gail
Capp. Florence Cohen. Irene
Danker. Frieda Eiseman, Roz
Entin. Helen Friedman, Cynthia
Gaynor. Sandi Goldenberg, Celia
Goldfarb. Maxine Hess;
Lillian Hirach, Gloria Katt,
Billie Koffman, Cheryl Levine,
Hildreth Levin, Dee Loewen-
stein, Blanche Oblett, Joan
Okun, Ruth Pine. Miriam Ring,
Shirley Rudolph, Elsie Samet,
Berenice Schankerman, Ellen
Schneider. Margie Schwartz;
JEAN SHAPIRO. Hazel
Sharenow, Reba Shotz. Seena
Sloan. Helene Soref, Shirley
Stern. Linda Stewart, Florence
Straus, Ethel Waldman, Frances
Wolff.
Past presidents of the
Women's Division who auto-
matically serve on its Board a.
Fran Sindell, Shirley Miller B
Lutz. Evelyn Gross, 'S
Perlman and Rebecca Hodoj
Serving on Mrs. Ba',i
committee were: Phylli I
Chudnow, Gladys Daren, J
Levine. Josephine Newn
Anita Perlman and Miriam Rk
Acting in an advisory cap^.l
was last year's nominating chw'f
man, Evelyn Gross.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Conduct Purim
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Service
\From left to right are Rabbi
Leonard S. Zoll, Federation
{chaplain, Elise Solomon,
Hattie Hart, and Lillian
Schoen, WECARE nursing
home volunteer.
Plantation Nursing Home Partakes
In Celebration of Purim
Ksther, Mordechai, Haman.
land all the "characters" of the
Purim story visited the Plan-
Itation nursing home with Rabbi
Leonard S. Zoll. Jewish Fed-
eration chaplain, and WECARE
1 volunteers:
Pictured is Hattie Hart,
\elebrating 100th birthday at
'lantation Nursing Home,
id Mrs. Hart's daughter,
Elise Solomon.
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Gert Goldenberg, Helen
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and Augusta Bregman.
Sol Birnbach baked haman-
tashen for the occasion. Klsa
Strobel celebrated her 102nd
birthday and Hattie Hart cele-
brated her 100th birthday.
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volunteers from Temple Emanu-
El Sisterhood arranged and con-
ducted a Purim service at Brew-
ard Convalescent Home recently.
The women baked homentashen
for each resident of the nursing
home.
Josephine Newman told the
story of Purim and Kurt Ivers
entertained on the piano.
OTHERS who participated in
the service were Hilda Ivers, Ida
Chodrow and Shirley Pock.
A Passover seder service will
be conducted by the group on
April 27, with foods and Passover
treats to be distributed.
Other members of the volun-
teer program who visit the Home
regularly are Estelle Wagner,
Rose Russak, and Evelyn
Shaiman.
Ida Goldman, as repre-
sentative of Temple Emanu-EI
and a member at large of the
WECARE Board, coordinates
plans together with Rabbi
Leonard S. Zoll. Jewish Fed-
eration chaplain.
Shown (from left to right) are Irving Gordon, executive director
of Histadrut; Nat Lacov, executive vice chairman; Nathan
Ehrlich, treasurer; Dave Silverbush and Abe Dolgen, co-
chairmen.
Histadrut Scholarship Council
To Celebrate Israel's Thirtieth
"In Celebration of Israel's 30th
Anniversary" will be the theme
of the first annual North Dade -
Hroward Histadrut Scholarship
Council Spring Scholarship
Dinner-Dance, Saturday. May 6
at the Diplomat Hotel, an-
nounced Dave Silverbush and
Abe Dolgen, council chairmen.
One of the evening's highlights
will be the presentation of
scholarship certificates to in-
dividuals and organization
sponsors. The council's goal is to
provide the maximum amount of
scholarships for underprivileged
youngsters attending Histadrut
Amal vocational schools in
Israel. (The Histadrut Scholar-
ship Fund was established in
1957 and since then has provided
over 50,000 scholarships.)
SILVERBUSH and Dolgen
announced that the featured
speaker of the evening will be
William F. Cercone, Judge of the
Superior Court of Pennsylvania.
A special program of Israeli
and American music will be pre-
sented by "The Distant Shores."
Dinner and dance music will be
provided by the Lenny Dawson
Orchestra.
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MARJAYOUN, South Leba-
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Christian village was a target of
Palestinian terrorist shelling for
two years. It suffered terribly.
Now, Maj. Sa'ad Haddad, com-
mander of the Christian Militia,
has proclaimed it the new center
for the regular Lebanese army in
south Lebanon.
Haddad told a large group of
Moslem notables from surround-
ing villages currently under Is-
raeli control: "I declare hereby
the establishment of the south
Lebanese army." He said that all
men aged 18-25 will be conscript-
ed and that volunteers would be
welcome, Moslem and Christian
alike.
HE SAID they would be part
and parcel of the regular Leba-
nese army and receive the same
pay once contact is established
with the central government in
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Joining in the presentation of the Israel Solidarity Award to the
residents of Waterbridge Condominium at a Night in Israel are
(from left) Ed Nadelman, chairman of the Waterbridge Israel
Bond Committee; Eddie Schaffer, guest speaker; Iz Gladstone,
president of the Condominium Association; and Sam Sauitsky,
a member of the committee.
Riverside Memorial Chapels Salutes
'Heritage of Freedom' Month
The four weeks between Purim
and Passover are traditionally
the time for celebrating freedom
with the rejoicing of Purim when
the Jewish people were faced with
and then saved from extinction,
and culminating in the feast of
Passover with the deliverance
from bondage.
In celebration of the festive
month. Riverside Memorial Cha-
pels is sponsoring a series of "Sa-
lutes to Freedom" in the press,
and an essay contest in conjunc-
tion with the Central Agency for
'"'Jewish Education.
INVOLVED in the Heritage
of Freedom Month" program are
Alfred Golden and Leo Hack,
vice presidents of Riverside; to-
gether with Arthur Grossberg,
Dennis Siegel and Ken Kay,
managers of the Hollywood, Sun-
rise and Palm Reach chapels.
"There are so many reasons for
rejoicing at this time, but we
must still be alert to the dangers
facing our people throughout the
world, and in particular in the
Soviet Union." said Golden. "Bv
our actions, we hope to unite the
Jewish community in the never-
ending struggle against bigotry
and hatred, which knows no
List of Murdered
Jews Presented
JF.RUSALEM (JTAI -
West German Ambassador Klaus
Schuetz and notables from Ham-
burg have presented to the Yad
Vashem Holocaust Institute a
list of 6.000 Hamburg Jews mur-
dered by the Nazis.
The list was compiled after me-
ticulous research and will form
part of the Yad Vashem Holo-
caust annals.
bounds regardless of race, creed
or color."
Religious Directory
LAUDERDALELAKES
OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL TEMPLE.
4351 West Oakland Park Boulevard.
Modern Orthodox Congregation.
Rabbi Saul D.Herman.
SUNRISE
SUNRISE JEWISHCENTER. INC. 8049
West Oakland Park Blvd Con
servative Jack Polinsky. president
Jack Marchant, Cantor
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labowit7 Cantor Maurice Neu (42)
J^XgAntstzvBfondes i\*ff Committee which recently Park Blvd. (main entrance to Invvrrujyt recently concluded its
sponsored a Night in Israel at grand opening celebration with the Amana Radarange Micro-
the condominium, presents wave oven. The innmng entry was Joel Werner (right), shown
the Israel Solidarity Award to unth his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Werner, and Stephen
Samuel Sanderman. Goldstein, assistant vice president and manager of the Amer-
wan Savings Inverrary office.

EMANU EL TEMPLE. 3425 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Joel
Goor Cantor Jerome Klement
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LAU
DERHILL. 2048 NW 48th Ave.. Lau
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RECONSTRUCTIONS Synagogue.
7473 NW 4th St. SteveTischler.presi
dent
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9104
NW 57th *t Conservative Rabbi Is
rael Zimmerman (44 A)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
4171 Stirling Rd Orthodox Rabbi
Moshe Bomter (52)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION 400 S Nob Hill Rd Liberal Re
form Rabbi Sheldon J Harr (64)
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM TEMPLE 132 SE llth Ave
Conservative Rabbi Morris A Skop
Cantor Jacob Renzer (49)
MARGATE
BETH HILLEL CONGREGATION 76*0
Margate Blvd Conservative Rabbi
Joseph Berglas
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St Conservative Cantor Max
Gallub(44B)
CORAL SPRINGS
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside
Drive, Reform. Rabbi Leonard 2oll.
DEERFIELDBEACH
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL at Century
Village East. Conservative Rabbi
David Berent (62)
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to be built at 2305 West Hillsboro Blvd., in
Deerfield Beach. Groundbreaking cere-
monies took place last Sunday, April 9, an-
nounced Mark Weissman, director and
manager of Menorah Chapels.
For over thirty-five years, families
have been relying on Planters*Oil
for all their Kosher cooking.
On Passover and all year through.
They like it because it's pure, light am
polyunsaturated. Sojthetrue taste-
of the food conies through. Try
this traditional Passover recipe
and see what we mean. Cook it with
Kosher and Parve Planters Oil.
And Happy Passover.
ORANGE HONEY CHICKEN
Makes 4-6 servings
1 (4-pound) chicken, cut in serving pieces
Vi orange
2 teaspoons ground ginger
Pinch salt
V6 cup Planters Peanut Oil
V* cup honey
Orange slices
Rub chicken pieces with half orange.
Sprinkle with 1 teaspoon ground ginger and
salt. Combine Planters Peanut Oil, honey
and remaining 1 teaspoon ginger Arrange
chicken in baking dish and brush with
honey mixture.
Roast in moderate oven (350* F.) 1 Vi to
2 hours, basting occasionally with the
honey mixture. Garnish with orange slices
before serving.
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Friday. Aprfl 14, 1978
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Campaign Closes With Breakfast
A "Culmination of UJA Cam-
paign Breakfast" will be held in
honor of Dr. Mannis Neumann
this Sunday, April 16 at 9:30
a.m. at the Margate Jewish
(enter.
The breakfast is on behalf of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale and the United
Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund.
Neumann has served as chair-
man of UJA drives. Federation
campaigns and as president of
the Men's Club and a member of
the Board of Trustees of Temple
Ahavath Sholom in Brooklyn.
N.Y.
From left to right are Sharon Berman, Elaine Preissman, Amy
Strauss, Ronald Abramson, Beth Cohn and Caryn Latman.
Temple Beth Orr Youth Choir
Visits Plantation Nursing Home
The youth choir of Temple
Beth Orr under the leadership of
Arlene Solomon, music director,
recently visited residents of
Plantation Nursing Home,
announced Molly D. /.oil. edu-
cation director at Temple Beth
(>rr in Coral Springs.
The group appeared as part of
their new program called "adopt
a grandparent," where the
children visit area nursing homes
to provide music and friendship
to the residents.
The 17 children, accompanied
by parents, sang Furim songs,
visited with and wrote letters for
the residents.
The choir will present the
premiere performance of Joseph
and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreanuoat, a rock opera, Sunday
evening April 30 in Temple Beth
Orr. under the directorship of
Sonni Crown.
Krokow Honored For Leadership
Harry Krokow, guest of honor
at the annual Lauderdale Oaks
UJA event, recently was pre-
sented an award for leadership.
The evening event held March 21
exceeded the amount raised last
year.
Channels 5, 7 to Air
'Holocaust* Program
NBC TV's docudrama
Holocaust, a nine-hour and
35-minute story of the per-
secution of six million Jews
by the Nazis, will be broad-
cast over Channels 5 and 7,
beginning Sunday, April 16
from 8 to 11 p.m.
Holocaust will be broad-
cast from 9 to 11 p.m., Mon-
day, April 17; from 9 to 11:05
p.m., Tuesday, April 18; and
8:30 to 11 p.m., Wednesday.
April 19.
Emanuel Bly served as chair-
man and Sidney Bobick, Lou
Silvers and Meyer Stein were co-
chairmen. The committee is
presently contacting residents
who have not made 1978 UJA
pledges.
Bar AAitzvahs
SCOTT WEISS
Scott Weiss, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Weiss, will come to
the Torah to be Bar Mitzvah,
Saturday, April 15. at Temple
Emanu-EI of Greater Fort
Lauderdale.
Conreid,FinkelPlayIn
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Mike Finkel and Hans Conreid
have been performing in The
Second Time Around Finkel has
been doing the show in Margate,
where he now resides with his
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale

Organizations News
B'NAI B'RITH
B'ui B'rith Women of Tam-
arac, and other chapters
throughout Fort Lauderdale, are
holding mini-lunches combined
with card parties to raise money
for the emergency fund of the
Anti-Defamation League.
These mini-lunches and card
parties will be held in private
homes, and hostesses are needed
to sponsor them during the first
two weeks of April, and after
Mayl.
The public is invited to attend.
For further information call Pearl
Yam or Esther Bafahever.
B'nai B'rith Women, Tamarac
chapter 1479, will hold the instal-
lation meeting Monday, April 17
at the Tamarac Jewish Center at
12:15 p.m. Officers for the
coming year will be installed.
"B'nai B'rith Fort Lauderdale
Lodge 1438 will meet at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, April 26 at the Holi-
day Inn North in Fort Lauder-
dale. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Emanuel Schenk.
HADASSAH
The Shalom group of Fort
Lauderdale Hadassah was to
meet Thursday, April 13 at noon,
at the Tamarac Jewish Center to
elect officers. A model seder was
to be
Korins.
conducted by Frances
The Orly group of the West
Broward chapter of Hadassah
will meet April 20 at 12:30 p.m.
in the Holiday Springs
Auditorium.
The meeting will commemorate
the 30th anniversary of the State
of Israel. The Orly Players will
present "The Magical City of
Jerusalem." The Holiday Springs
Choral group, under the direction
of Peggy Oren, will present a pro-
gram of Israeli songs.
Hadassah announces the
formation of the new Oriole-Sco-
poe chapter in Margate.
New officers for the 1978-1979
season are: Gretchen Winn,
president; Teddy Krimaky, vice
president of education; Bertha
Levinthal, vice president of fund-
raising; Sylvia Gohib, vice pres-
ident of membership; Claire
Molinas, vice president of pro-
gram; Betty Prepon, recording
secretary; Miriam Rosenblum,
treasurer; Mary Rubin, financial
secretary; and Mollie (lioiosa,
corresponding secretary.
Any person interested in join-
ing a new Hadassah chapter
should call Sylvia Gofub.
membership vice president, or
Gretchen Winn, president.
SISTERHOOD
The Margate Jewish Center
Sisterhood will present "An
Afternoon in Israel" at the
temple Tuesday, April 11 at 2
p.m. The program will include a
tape recording on the history of
the Western Wall in Jerusalem,
with slides, to be followed by a
feature film showing scenes of the
State of Israel.
Leah Moyal, Israeli dress
designer, will present her latest
line of caftans from Israel,
modeled by Gina Ronet.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN
ORT
The Women's American ORT,
Coral Ridge chapter, will hold a
general meeting Wednesday,
April 26 at the Wilton Manors
Womens Club in Fort Lauder-
dale.
The program is "The League of
Women's Voters." Jane Fobs will
speak on the ERA.
WOODLANDS
Over 100 Woodlanders at-
tended a Polynesian Night Gala
in behalf of ORT recently at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Rice. Entertainment was pro-
vided by Emalani and her
Hawaiian troupe. Mr* Mawa"
Gould and Mrs. Abe SuaUn. co-
chairmen of the event, and
Friday. April 14.1978
Gertrude Jaffee, president of
Woodlands North ORT, said the
monies raised would go to ORT'a
School of Engineering in Iarael.
From left to right or* Marilyn Gould, Qtrri Rice, Gertrude
Jaffee and Belle Suskin.__________________________
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be celebrated at
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Veeper service at
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night of Pesach,
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Paasover morn-
Saturday, April
)le at 10:30 a.m.
of Rabbi
[aggadot
Claire Mitchell will apeak on
Friday evening, April 28 at 8
p.m. at Plantation Jewiah
Congregation. He topic will be
"The International Women's
Year Conference and Ita Impli-
cations For AU of Us."
Ma. Mitchell baa bean the
coordinator for Women's Con-
cerns for Broward County and
waa a delegate to the historic
conference in Houston.
for Sale Glatt Kosher Seder
ronstructionist
junced that work
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language and is
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nth and joy of
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To Be Held
The Sunrise Jewish Center will
hold a Glatt Kosher Seder on the
second night of Passover,
Saturday, April 22 at the temple.
Complete services will be con-
ducted by Cantor Jack Mar-
chant. Reservations are neces-
sary, with a limited number of
seats available. For information
call Re nee Cohen.
There will be a surprise
sponsor for the Oneg Shabbat on
Friday, April 14.
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NON-DISCRIMINATORY ADMISSIONS
Emanu-El Religious
School to Hold Seder
The religious school of Temple
Emanu-El will participate in a
model seder on Sunday morning,
April 16, in preparation for
Passover.
All the traditional seder foods
will be served. For further in-
formation contact Harriett
Sitomer, chairman.
Passover Package
Party to Be Held
The annual Passover package
party will take place Monday,
April 17, at the Jewish Fed-
eration building, with WECARE
volunteers under the leadership
of Mildred Tell, chairman of
nursing home visitation.
Packages containing matzohs,
wine, macaroons and a special
Haggadah prepared by. Rabbi
Leonard S. Zoll, will be dis-
tributed to area nursing homes
and hospitals.
Volunteers Needed
For Visiting Program
Persons interested in partici-
pating in the WECARE volun-
teer nursing home visitation pro-
gram should call My ma Felt,
WECARE coordinator, at the
Jewish Federation office.
Sisterhood Plans Holocaust Program
The nine-hour airing of a docu-
drama on the Holocaust, sched-
uled for April 16-19 on NBC
(Channels 5 and 7) will be the
basis of a special presentation by
Temple Sholom Sisterhood next
fall. According to Esther Cannon,
president, an integrated program
package culled from the NBC
Holocaust special has been made
available to the Women's League
for Conservative Judaism, of
which Sholom Sisterhood ia a
member.
The material included may also
be used in study groups, classes
for children of all ages, campuses
and family discussions.
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The Jewish Flondian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 14.1978
News of the Jewish Community Center
Jewish Community Center Adult
Club 'Goin to New Orleans'
Pictured (from left to right) are
Gertrude Tucker and Nellie Brill.
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Nat Uzzo, Frances Uzzo,
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Pictured (from left to right) are Sidney Allen, Roberta Meltzer,
Bertha Gaily, Frances Abrams, Gus Abrams and Alice
Eckstein. In the foreground is Steve Valentino, New Orleans
host.
Mr. Tom Griffin Extends
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For A Happy Passover
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The Adult Club of the Jewish
Community Center recently
sponsored a seven-day trip to
New Orleans.
The group sailed up the Mis-
sissippi aboard the River Boat
Natchez to visit Civil War era
plantation mansions. With tour
escort Ruth Freeman in charge of
the group and itinerary, frequent
stops were made to visit attrac-
tions such as Silver Springs
along the route.
Another week of touring New
Orleans by a similar group got
under way last week under the
leadership of Helen Nathan, the
adult program director of the
Jewish Community Center.
Final After-School
Program Schedule
The Jewish Community Center
has just launched its last after-
school program of the current
school year at the following
schools:
Tropical Elementary: Monday
and or Thursday 3-5 p.m.; Nob
Hill Elementary: Tuesday 3-5
p.m.; Floranada Elementary:
Wednesday 3-5 p.m.; and Tam-
arac Elementary: Wednesday 3-5
p.m.
Anyone interested in the pro-
grams should call the Center. The
program is for children K-5th
grades.
Summer Day Camp
Schedule Announced
The Jewish Community an-
nounces its summer day camp
schedule, as follows:
Camp Kadima (entering K-5|
June 19-July 7; July 10 July 28;
and July 31 Aug. 18.
Camp "678" (entering sixth,
seventh, eighth grades) June 19 -
July 14; and July 17-Aug. 11.
For more information call the
Center.
Day of Remembrance
To Be Held May 4th
A program commemorating
the Holocaust will take place
Thursday, May 4 at 1:30 p.m. in
Temple Beth Israel. Sponsored
by the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, the Day of Remembrance (or
Yom Hashoa) has been set aside
to honor the six million victims of
the Holocaust. Moses Kove is
guest speaker. Admission is free.
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Seated Heft to right) are Morris Broad, president of American
Savings and Loan; Frances Susbaum, program chairman;
Rabbi Leonard S. ZolL speaker for the breakfast held March 28.
Standing (left to right! are Max Dickstein, general chairman of
the Century Village Deerfield Beach UJA; Harry Simons, co-
chairman, Irving I. Friedman, honorary chairman; and Evelyn
Denner, co-chairman and advisor.
Shown (left to right) are Emily Nathan, public relations; H.
Irwin Levy, builder and developer of Century Village East and
West; Frances Nusbaum, speaker and honoree on March 27.
The Century Village Deer-
field Beach UJA campaign
recently completed seven formal
functions that wound up and
helped give its 1978 effort a 45
percent increase over last year's
total result. Max Dickstein was
the general chairman.
The seven functions started
with a Pace Setters dinner at the
Inverrary Country Club that was
chaired by Bernard I. Bems.
Next came two well-attended
luncheons, with Martin and Jean
Rosen in command, that were
held at the Boca Raton Country
Club. Late last month, a series of
four breakfasts took place under
the leadership of Evelyn Denner
and Harry A. Simons
THE FIRST of the lour break
fasts was held st the Sandalfoot
Cove Country Club. March 27.
Frances Nusbsum was the
honoree as well as the guest
speaker. H. Irwin Levy, builder
and developer of Century Village
Last and West, acted for the
campaign in presenting a lucite
sculpture to Mrs Nusbaum
The March 28 breakfast was
addressed by Rabbi Leonard S.
Zoll. Julius Nadel and Bernard
Rapoport were the honorees who
received color reproductions of
the first mosaic map of Jeru-
salem The presentation was
made by Morris Broad. President
of American Savings and Loan
Association.
Louis Bernava. a non-Jew. re-
ceived a special award March 29
in appreciation of his human
itarianism and work for the
United Jewish Appeal. The
award was presented to him by
Alfred Goldin. a member of the
Board of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale. who
was also the guest speaker.
THE FINAL breakfast on
March 30 honored Al Fishman. a
long-time worker for the United
Jewish Appeal. George Berg-
mann. president of Century
Village East, presented the
award to Fishman and delivered
the main address.
Dickstein extended his apprec-
iation and thanks to Evelyn
Denner. his constant advisor:
Abe Rosenblatt, treasurer;
Augusta Mendell. secretary; Ada
Serman and Winnie Winkelstein
of the Century Village UJA
speakers bureau, the area and
building committee chairmen and
workers, and the Federation
UJA professional staff.
George Bergmunn, president of Century Village East (center),
presenting a reproduction of a mosaic map of Jerusalem to Al
Fishman (left) as Irving I Friedman, honorary chairman of the
( ntury Village Deerfield Beach UJA campaign, joins in the
accolade m ji
Morris Broad Heft) presents a
copy of the first known mosaic
Martin and Jean Rosen, map of Jerusalem to Bernard
chairmen of the Choi lun- Rapoport in behalf of the Jew-
cheon. ish Federation.
H. Irwin Levy presents a
sculptured lucite award to
Frances Nusbaum in behalf of
the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Abe and Dotty Rosenblatt, M"'"* Broad (left) presents a Louis liernava. a non,JeuiSh
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paign, worked as a team. Federation. Goldin March 29.
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the Century Village Deerfield Beach UJA; Abe Rosenblatt '
treasurer; H. Irwin Levy, builder and developer of Centur,
Village East, West; Frances Nusbaum, speaker and honortt;
and Irving I. Friedman, honorary chairman.
Shown are Heft to right) Martin and Jean Rosen, chairmen of*
the Choi Luncheon, with Esthyr and Manny Rosenblum. tabk
decoration chairmen, shown with the theme that was carritd \
throughout the campaign.
Shown (left to right) are Max Dickstein, general chairman of
the Century Village Deerfield Beach UJA Campaign; Abt
Rosenblatt, treasurer; Evelyn Denner, co-chairman and ad-
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 15-A
Best wishes for
a peaceful and
happy Passover
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April 16
Temple Beth Israel Model Seder
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April 17
Temple Beth Israel Model Seder
April II
Temple Shalom Congregationol Election Temple Beth Israel Adult
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Workmen's Circle Branch 1046 -
April 19
Temple Emanu-EI Men's Club
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April 20
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Temple Emanu-EI
April 21
Temple Shalom Sisterhood Community Seder
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April 23
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April 25
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood Bridge and USY Temple Emanu-EI
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passoveR: Business of establishing human
fRee6om Still Unf inishefc OveR the CentuRies
CHARLES E. SCHULMAN
Then is no more significant festival in all the
worlds' religions than Passover. It symbolises the
human struggle for freedom and it has been
marked and celebrated by the Jewish people for
over three thousand years by the seder or evening
meal. In the New Testament account it is known
as the 'last Supper" with its ChrietologksJ in-
terpretation of the unleavened bread and the
wine.
What makes the Passover observance so
perennially meaningful to the Jewish people is the
fact that humanity's business of establishing
justice and freedom for all men has remained
unfinished over the long centuries.
THE WORDS of the Haggadah are stU
important connotations of human dieabilitiee in
general and Jewish disabilities in particular.
When the Jew reads at the conclusion of the
Haggadah service during his Passover meal
Haakmnah Habm'ah Bnai Horin in the coming
year may all people be free there is recognition
of the distance which must yet be traveled before
liberty, equality and fraternity will be dominant
in the human society.
The Jew can recall today the condition of his
brethren in Soviet Russia denied the fundamental
right to worship his God and to continue hie
tradition.
He remembers that when there were one
more than three thousand synagogues in Russia
there are today less than fifty, that when Jewish
life flourished on a scale hardly known in previous
centuries in that country, there are today no more
than fifty rabbis functioning and all of them
are elderly men. Jewish education is proscribed.
And Jewish books are not published because of
the bans of the Soviet authontiee. .
UNDER these tragic circumstances the cry
"1st my people go" raised in ancient Egypt still
has relevance.
There are particular aspects of the Passover
holiday that have elevated it in the Jewish
consciousness to s preeminent place. Its historical
impact is tremendous, for it characterises the
berth of the Jewish people.
No memory in the Jewish experience is
greater than the Exodus from Egypt. Every
Sabbath and holy day eve the Kiddueh recited in
the Jewish home contains the world's "Zschsr
Lkziyat Mitxrayim" in commemoration of the
Exodus from Egypt.
THUS THE traditional blessing ovsr the wine
established to usher in the Sabbath com-
memorating the seventh day on which God rested
from the labors of creation is equated with the
Exodus from Egypt.
There are two commandments in the prayer
for memorial. One the creation of the world and
one the going out of Egypt. Over and over again
the Bible bids the children of Israel not to forget
the supreme event of the Passover which made
them a people.
A second aspect of the Passover holiday!is fee
emphasis on Jewish survival. It is tateteetfngto
note in Jewish history how every tyrant who nee
oppressed the children of Iereei has >^n tAouglia
ofin terms of Pharaoh in one orm ranother. All
roada of Jewiah history stem from Egypt
THE HAOOADAH wMehto ***V J
ZTofthe land to freedom. The verv antiqnity of
the Exodus gives to Jewish survival an aeenm
aspect. For It enables the modern Jew to reflect
upon tiow as a people he hee survived Egypt and
Babylon end Phoenicia and Assyria and G-.eece
and Rome and the countless centuries in varied
lands under Chrietendom.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page3-B
to the Jewish people that the period in which it
occurs- the spring-time rralso a season of
hope. The beautiful verses of the Song of Songs
read at this time are harbingers of better days.
Throughout the centuries of darkness and
oppression the Jew never lost his hope. Similarly
today he does not lose his hope for a better world
order in spite of the lack of international
cooperation, the cynicism and the indifference to
human values that still prevail. As he remembers
through the Passover symbols the bitterness of
slavery so he is drawn into sympathy with every
human being. Jewish or non-Jewish who today
suffers under the lash of the tyrant.
AND AS he contemplates his survival he is
strengthened in the knowledge that he belongs to
a people that cannot die. As he recalls his identity
he is impelled to labor for his people the world
over who lack the rights he enjoys.
And as he spans the centuries dealing with
the Spring Time Exodus of his people he looks to
the Spring Time of the new day when nations will
beat their swords into plowshares and his people
will all be free.
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arouse curiosity
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mean that we paaa the Matzoh from one person to
another on Passover eve so that the children will
note this peculiarity in behavior, and have their
attention aroused by it. Some claim that it simply
means that we take away the Matxoh from the
children after they have eaten some so that they
would not overeat and become drowsy from doing
so. It is the opinion of some that, originally, it
was adults who "grabbed" the Mataoh away from
the children either to keep them awake without
. and it thus later became the practice of
having the children grab some Matxoh .
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eating too much or to taaae them and thua kaap
them from falling asleep. It might have been that
this prompted the children to become irritated
and to cry and it thua later became the practice of
having the children grab some Matzoh (or as now
ia the custom grab the Afikoman) and hide it
so as to stay awake with the excitement of seeing
who would find it or what inducement would be
given to them to return it.
+ + +
Why is tb* recitation of welcome to the way-
farer (Ho Lack mo Aaya) recited after the first cup
of win* has bean drunk? If be ekoald then be in-
vkedia, be would have missed the firat part of the
Haggsdah
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first cup of wine to invite his guests. The practice
of inviting guests to the Seder ia indeed to be kept
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heedlinee. Dr. Tabor headed Imri'i solar marry
research taam, which began work in 1966. In
1966, the taam waa disbanded, bacauaa "we
couldn't compete with cheap fuel."
Generally speaking, countries lying between
the latitude of 30 degrees North and 30 degress
South, where sunshine la plentiful, are the
greatest, though certainly not the sole potential
beneficiaries of sole r energy.
In these areas, apart from the initial invest-
ment for installing the collector, operating costs
for solar water heaters are minimal, amounting to
the supplementary coat of gas or electrical
heating on cloudy days.
In Israel, some three miles from Ashdod, the
country's second largest port, an entire village
baa "gone solar." All 62 *milrrt of Garni
Hadarom, a cooperative farm settlement, have
had solar boilers installed in their concrete single
unit dwellings, the hot water tanks concealed
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from view beneath the roofs for aesthetic reaeorts.
IT IS estimated that the village families will
regain the coat of the solar heating installations
within three yean through savings in slsctridty,
end wfll enjoy unlimited supplies of hot water.
In Eilat, one of the luxury hotels operates
Israels Bret central solar fuel system meeting
almost all its hot water needs
The new Shaare Zadak Hospital in
Jerusalem scheduled for completion in 1978, will
be using solar energy, initially to provide hot
water and heat its rooms and, at a later stage, for
air conditioning.
Israel's researchers are studying the ap-
plication of solar energy for unified hot water
systems in apartment building. This ppaea the
problem of providing separate accounting for
each unit, requiring special instrumentation
which either does not exist or is prohibitive in
price.
SOME 200.000 solar water heaters are in
operation today in Israel, accounting for about
1.6 percent of the country's energy consumption.
Thus approximately 100,000 barrels of imported
fuel oil are saved each year.
On the other hand, Israeli manufacturers of
solar energy equipment have been meeting with
growing success in promoting the sale of their
products overseas.
The oldest and biggest Israeli company in
this field, which exports to some two dozen
countries ranging from Norway to Australia,
recently won a tender to supply one of the largest
solar energy heating installations in the United
States.
TODAY, Israeli scientists are focusing on
the large-scale collection of solar energy,
primarily to convert sunlight into direct elec-
tricity. Special solar pools are being tasted aa a
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the Year for 1977 we. .warded to e 37-yeer-oki
policewomen in jtrmakm. Ad.Gutt. mod*-of
three, ia one of the 2.600 Uuliee in uniform visible
in sll of Israel's town., efficienUy carrying out the
varied duties of policeman.
They have been doing this work for the last
16 years, since the establishment of feminine
police force in 1961.
"Our girl, mature quickly; they see life at its
crudest." says Naomi Shadmi. the commander ot
the Women's Police Force in Israel.
DESPITE THE severe lines of her three-star
uniform, and the knotted tie over her regulation
white shirt, she resembles a photographer s model
more than a policewoman.
"There is the danger that upon contact with
the rough realities of life, our girls will get shaken
up or thoroughly hardened. We try. by frequent
individual talking sessions with them, to find the
happy medium.''
Responsibility is nothing new to Chief
Inspector Shadmi A native of Hungary, she
arrived in Palestine in 1946 st the age of 14. in
charge of her eight-year-old brother.
HER PARENTS remained behind, among
the "loet" inmates of Nazi concentration camps^
Youth Aliyah, which brought Naomi out of
Europe, placed her in Kibbuti Kfar Gilndi. a
veteran settlement in the Galilee.
When she was 18. Naomi joined group
Israeli policewoman in action
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iy, April 14, li7ff
The Jewish Pbridtan of Greater Fort Lauderdale
PageS-B
which eventually founded its own n^mmit.
Kibbutz Haon, on the Syrian border.
In 1961, Naomi waa aaked to form a women'a
police corpe. By that time ahe had already aarved
nine years aa an officer in the army, so she waa
well prepared to handle this new challenge.
We began with 24 girls," ahe recalls.
Today, 16 years later, we have 2,600 devoted,
capable young women, who perform the +
tasks as policemen."
WHAT MAKES the Israeli policewoman
unique? Does she not have counterparts in other
countries in England, Japan, Jordan, Yugo-
slavia? "The policewomen in thoae countries have
a common heritage and tradition," is Naomi's
reply.
"They are a homogeneous group, with the
same cultural background and an understanding
of their country'a national aspirations. It has
often been said that Israel is the melting pot of
Jews from over 80 different countries. We in the
force have our own miniature melting pot, for we
accept and train girls of greatly varying environ-
ments, cultures and languages.
Not only do we instill national pride in them
but through these girls ws reach the vastly
different strata of Israel's society. Ws are
protectors of the law, but in our own small way
are also helping to mold the nation."
NAOMI GOBS on to explain that police-
women in other countriea generally deal only with
problems of traffic and juvenile delinquency. An
bast and ia
on that bast,
Iaraeli policewoman ia given a
responsible for all police hazards
just aa her mala counterpart.
The only difference ia that the girls do not
work night shifts, when most of the violence
occurs and when sheer physical strength ia often
required. Policewomen in Israel fulfill the duties
of directors of traffic, investigators and detec-
tives, and are empowered to make arrests.
At the same time, Israel's policewomen also
manage to lead normal lives. One third of them
are married, and one third of these are mothers.
Naomi, herself, ia a mother of two Doron who
ia 20, and Vafda who ia 17.
DESPITE Commander Shadmi's full day on
the job, her eveninga are also frequently taken up
with activities relating to her work. She lectures
to women's clubs and youth leaders on the
problems of juvenile delinquency and on the role
of the girls of her force.
One of these ia Esther, aged 20, a native of
Germany. When asked what attracted her to the
job, she explains: "I got the idea from my civics
class in high school. I like the work, the pay, and
the fact that I have an opportunity to continue
my university studies in law, at the same time."
Another "lady-in-uniform" ia Lea, 21-year-
old from Rumania. She immigrated to Israel
together with her elderly and entirely dependent
father.
Odette, aged 28, came to Israel from
Morocco. When ahe ia not on duty ahe studies
What makes the Israeli pohcewoman
unique? Does she not have counterparts m
other countries in England, Japan,
Jordan, Yugoslavia? 'The policewomen m
those countries have a common heritage and
tradition,' is Naomi's reply 'We, in the
force, have our own miniature melting pot,
for we accept and train girls of greatly vary-
ing environment, cultures and languages.'
criminology at Tel Aviv's Bar Ilan University.
WHEN SHE ia at home in the new im-
migrant community on the outskirts of Tel Aviv,
she acts as a kind of social worker. "My neighbors
come to me with their personal problems and their
problems of adjustment.
"They believe my uniform makes me some-
thing special and helps me find the right
solutions."
Do Israeli girls find a career in the Police
Fores attractive? "When ws had ten openings
recently," replies Chief Inspector Shadmi, "there
were three hundred candidates." The figures
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The Jewish Floridiun of Greater Fort A

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Guests are not infrequent at the Seder. All
the relatives are sure to come, unless they have
their own Seders and it was the custom for good
Jews to search out the lonely and the stranger to
invite them. "Let all who are hungry partake,"
the master of the household recites, raising the
unleavened bread, signaling the beginning of the
Seder.
But there is one rather mysterious visitor for
whom a special cup of wine is poured in advance
at every Seder. He doesn't usually appear at the
beginning. Maybe it's part of the stage scenery so
to speak, for, as I have said, he is a very mys-
terious kind of being. But on the other hand, it
may be simply for a more practical reason.
Suppose on the same Seder night you had to
be in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, in New York and
Chicago and Buenos Aires and Copenhagen, Den-
mark. The chances are you would be a little late,
too. The wonder is that he does it at all, but he
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OF COURSE the one I refer to could be none
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It's not only on Seder night he is busy. The
fact is, he goes around all the other 360 days of
the year busy; for he employs himself in doing
good and in that business there is no slack season.
The only trouble with that business is that the
hours of work are very long. Unemployment
never. Work there is always enough.
If it wasn't for his fast means of trans-
portation, he would be lost. The Midraah says, in
four steps he can go from one end of the world to
the other. Does he use a jet plane or maybe one of
those supersonic planes they are talking about? It
must be, because surely no one could make these
trips by bus.
In every home holding a Seder, we know that
during the course of the Seder, the door is opened
Continued on Page 12-B
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Sometimes a person may be going along
wondering where he will get his next meal.
Then suddenly some help is afforded. The
chances are Eliyahu is around in some
disguise. In the synagogue, maybe a man is
sitting over the Talmud It shouldn't
surprise anyone that Eliyahu is present
though unseen.
good" and aa he opened the casket showing the
earth, a court official stepped forward and said,
"Your Majesty, this earth is made of the most
wondrous material with which you can win great
victories in war. It is more powerful than swords
and battering rams." And so it proved.
Well, how did this come about? It could have
been done only in one way. The court official was
Eliyahu Ha-navi.
ONCE HE came across a poor man sobbing.
His wife and children were starving. The poor
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you will have money for your family for a year."
"I cannot do that," said the poor man. But
Eliyahu was a very superior sort of person and
sold himself to the King. Just at the time, the
King needed a new palace and, hearing that
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his freedom as soon as he would design a new
palace for him.
Within a few days a beautiful new palace
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16-B
I Boston reader knew where the Jesuit father who
wooed Radcliffs and Harvard students into Ann
membership in his cult reminiscent of marcher*
during the Crusades got the Feeney message
I clearly carved for all the curious to behold.
But for the Jewish community of Boston and
for a small number of liberal Catholics and
Protestants, the Feeney passion play on Boston
Common was the arrow in the civic heart, the
deep wound in ecumenical striving.
Back in the 1960s, Sunday afternoon upon
Sunday afternoon for eight years, Leonard
Feeney and his faithful black-robed disciples
marched from limousines on to the public mall,
always accompanied by a detail of Boston's
finest.
UP ON the platform stepped the icy-hearted
leader and a few of his most pugnacious "slaves."
For an hour, for two hours, the spiritual add
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Jsws of the world and more particularly the Jews
of Boston caught the major barbs.
Borrowing from the sermons of Father
Coughlin and the texts of the "protocols of the
Elders of Zion," the poet-priest dipped deep into
the dirty bucket of the vernacular as he set his
tongue into action against the Jews.
From his moveabls outdoor pulpit, he
sneered at kikes" and "shsenias," beheld s Com-
munist Party card in the pocket of every Jew
while berating the international bankers from the
same fold. A dog barked in the course of one
harangue; and the priest asserted "that's Rabbi
(Joshua Loth) Liebman."
ON A COLD December day in 1966 he
delighted his followers with what he considered
the magic of his impromptu verse:
Rabbi Shubos, that shaven Sheenie, hates
the Pope and Father Feeney; On Saturday
night he loves to dine at Hillel House on
kosher wine. But will not touch a weenie.
Well, that medieval light ie out now. There is
judgment somewhere else than on Boston
Common on the cleric's philosophy and activities.
Fortunately, a brighter day has corns to Boston;
and the truths of the Holocaust as well as the
labors of Pops John XXIII and other self-
respecting Catholics have tempered the wind and
somewhat sanitized the civic climate.
But it is hard to forget that the Feeney
message was not merely anti-Semitic in tone; it
was torn from the roots of ancient church
teachings. It convinced the Jews of Boston of the
splendid truth uttered by s Catholic with rare
insight Thomas Sugrus who declared: "An
anti-Semite is s dead Christian; his prejudice has
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