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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Volume 8- Number 6
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, March 16,1979
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Price 35 Cents nard
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$779,000 in Gifts Pledged Toward $3,000,000 Goal
Community Campus Campaign Is Launched
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, in
cooperation with the Jewish
Community Center, has launched
hi \dvance Gift phase of a
campaign for $3,000,000 to
purchase and remodel the Florida
\ii Academy facility.
The occasion was a combined
meeting of the newly created
Board <>f Governors of the JCC,
the Federation Board and the
Board of Directors of the JCC.
The facility will be taken over on
June I, when it will become the
Greater Fort Lauderdale Jewish
Community Campus. In ad-
dition, to implement the Jewish
Community Center programs,
plans call for the erection of
Senior Citizen and Old Age Home
housing and a building that will
be occupied by the Jewish
Federation for its administrative
use.
THE MEETING was held in
the gymnasium building of the
Florida Air Academy on Sunday.
March 4. It culminated in a
unanimous decision to move
forward with the Advance Gifts
phase of the campaign im-
mediately. A total of $779,000 in
Challenge Gifts was announced
by Milton Artz and Milton
Keiner who will co-chair the
Campaign. Federation President
Leo (ioodman will serve as the
honorary general chairman of the
drive.
Chairman of the Board of
Governors, Milton Keiner,
declared. "This is an historic
occasion which will mark the
coming of age of the Jewish
community of Fort Lauderdale.
We cannot and we will not fail in
our goal to enter this facility free
of any capital debt.''
Anita Perlman, president of
the Jewish Community Center,
referred to the project as the start
of a far more united and caring
Jewish community, that would
promote deep concern for every
child, every adult, and every
senior adult. "This is a new
starting point for our com-
munity," she declared.
In a review of the remodeling
priorities in the new" project,
Harvey Kopelowitz expressed the
hope that the entire remodeling
effort to complete a first rate,
highly effective Center and a
complete Federation facility,
would not have to be, done in
stages. "In order to assure a
viable, solvent facility, we are
determined to amortize the entire
capital need up front," he
declared.
REPRESENTING THE
Jewish Federation were Charles
Locke, vice president, who
pledged full support from the
parent agency: and Leslie
Gottlieb, executive director of
Federation, who read a letter
from Leo Goodman, Federation
president, which called for a new
era of service for all the
Federation agencies. He also
hailed the plan to create
desperately needed residence and
home facilities for senior citizens.
Speaking for the youth of the
community, Ricky Fisher, a
teenager expressed the urgent
need for such a facility by young
people. Sol Brenner, speaking in
behalf of the senior citizens,
declared, "We are retired from
work, but we are not retired from
life." He promised utmost
support and involvement by the
senior citizens in the develop-
ment of the Center facility.
Members of the newly formed
Board of Governors were an-
nounced. This permanent group
will meet periodically to address
itself to vital policy and
development matters in the
Jewish Community Center.
Members are:
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Keiner,
chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Artz,
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Baer, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Brodzki, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Eppy, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Goodman, Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Gruman, Mr. and Mrs.
David Jackowitz. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph H. Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Kopelowitz, Mrs. Shirley
Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Locke. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Perlman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Continued on Page 2
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Milton Artz, co-chairman, Anita Perlman, JCC president and
Milton Keiner, chairman of the Board of Governors.
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JERUSALEM The people
of Israel and Egypt are ready
now for peace, President Jimmy
Carter told the Israeli Knesset.
"The leaders have not yet proven
that we are also ready for peace,
enough to take a chance."
Carter spoke within an hour
after being briefed on results of
an all-night meeting of Prime
Minister Menachem Begin's
cabinet, which Begin said pro-
duced "reasonable" decisions.
Carter told the Knesset
Monday, "We still fall short" of
the goal of an Egyptian-Israeli
peace treaty. "We have not yet
fully met our challenge," he said.
BEGIN SAID he expected a
positive response to the decisions
Continued on Page 1
Disappointment Voiced Over
Latin Bishop's Snub To Jews
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Jacobo Kovadloff, director of the
American Jewish Committee's
Latin Department, voiced dis-
u|>|x>intment that the recently
completed Conference of Latin
American Bishops dealt so cur-
sorirj with the Catholic Church's
relal ions with Jews.
In an interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
Kovadloff said he was "dis-
appointed" that there was no
condemnation of anti-Semitism
or the Nazi movement, both of
which he said are growing in
Latin America. The conference
dealt mainly with political and
social problems.
KOVADLOFF, who is head of
the AJCommittee's Spanish in
Mass Media Program, attended
the conference as a journalist.
The only Jew officially invited to
the conference, which was held in
First Jewish Mayor
RIO l)E JANEIRO (JTA)
Dr, Israel Klabin, a leading
Brazilian industrialist, will take
"Hue as Mayor on March 15, the
first Jew to hold that post in the
100-year history of Rio de
Janeiro. He was appointed by
" i rnor-elect Chacas Freitas of
Kiode Janeiro State.
'bin, 53, stems from a
ional Jewish family that
d in Brazil early in the
century. His grandfather was
horn in Vilna. Klabin heads
Klabin Industries, a major
corporation that owns paper mills
nd manufactures cellulose and
Blazed tiles. He has been active in
Jewish community affairs and
*f\ rd as an advisor to the Israeli
government on several occasions.
Klabin participated in the so-
called millionaires conference"
on Israel's economic development
convened some years ago by the
late Finance Minister Pinhas
Sapir. Klabin is also a member of
the Board of Governors of
Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
His son. Leonardo Klabin, 25,
was elected last November to a
four-year term as a member of the
Rio State Assembly. His uncle,
the late Horacio Lafer, once
served as Brazil's Minister of
Finance.
The Governor-elect has also
named a Jewish journalist,
Arnaldo Niskier, 43, as Secretary
of Education in the State
government. Niskier is a
professor of journalism at the
State University and an editor of
Manchete, the leading illustrated
weekly irl Latin America. Ten
years ago.lie served as Secretary
of Science and Education in the
State government.

Puebla, Mexico, was Paul Warsz-
hawski, chairman of the inter-
religious relations department of
the Latin American Jewish Con-
gress, who was one of five non-
Catholic observers.
Also attending as a journalist
was Rabbi Leon Klenicki,
associate editor of "Face to
Face," an interreligious quarterly
published by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
Msgr. Jorge Megia, head of the
Vatican's Office of Relations with
Jews, presented a "wonderful"
working paper on relations with
Jews, according to Kovadloff.
BUT HE SAID the final
document issued by the Con-
ference Feb. 13 only took note
that "Judaism is present in the
Continent" and reminded
Catholics of the favorable dec-
larations on Jews which emerged
from Vatican II and after. The
Bishops recommended "mutual
understanding and appreciation
between the believers of the two
religions."
The Bishops were addressed by
Pope John Paul II. the first time
a Pope had visited Latin Amer-
ica. He warned the Latin
American clergy against involve-
ment in politics while at the same
lime he said4he church must help
the poor. The Pope received a
delegation from the Mexican
Jewish comunity while in Mexico
City.
^*^^- Southern Israelite
A Thank You From
the Federation
Dear Friend:
I am writing to thank you for your gracious contribution to
Jewish Federation which serves the needs of local and national
Jewry, as well as Jews in Israel, the Soviet Union and other
parts of the world.
You know, of course, that right here in the Fort Lauderdale
area your funds contribute to programs of Jewish education,
visitations to nursing homes and hospitals, programs for teen-
agers, hot meals for senior citizens, public and community
relations with the Jewish and non-Jewish communities and to
provide counseling services for Jews of all ages.
Furthermore your funds have gone to support national and
international programs of assistance to Jews wherever they live,
thus fulfilling the ancient teaching of "all Jews are intimately
interrelated one with the other."
I just want to say thank you personally on behalf of the
Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation.
Shalom,
EDMUND ENTIN. Chairman
Community Relations Council
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Friday. March 16, ltf
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Soref and Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Perlman.
Community Campus Campaign
Continued from Page 1
Roisman, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Segaul, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Soref. Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Weinberg.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Boris, Mr.
and Mrs. Jules Bressler, Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Capp, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Edelstein, Mr. Leonard
Farber, Mr. Sidney Elkman, Mr.
and Mrs. Edmund Entin, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Frankel, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Fridovich, Mr.
and Mrs. A.B. Gerchick, Dr. and
Mrs. R. Geronemus, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Gerson, Mr. and Mrs.
Alven Ghertner, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Glickstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Golden, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Goldenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Goldfarb, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Goldman, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Goodman, Sen. and Mrs. Samuel
Greenberg.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Grenitz,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cross, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Haber, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Hellman, Dr. and
Mrs. Lewis I merman, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Israel, Dr. and Mrs.
Jon Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Kane, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Kuriansky, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Leber, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lebow,
Dr. and Mrs. S. Levine, Mr. and
Mrs. Joel Levitt, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Luskin, Mr. and Mrs. David
Miller, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur
Nadell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Novick, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Nudelman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pearlbinder,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pepper, Dr.
and Mrs. H. Perer, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Pines, Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Reinstein, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Romanoff. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Rot-
. man. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Rudolph.
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schagrim, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Segal, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Shaden, Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Sheer, Mr. and Mrs.
Stan Soffer, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Spewak, Mr. and Mrs. Steven
Squire, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Waldman, and Mr. and Mrs. Mel
Zipris.
Large Turnout Expected for JNF Banquet
Shown in the upper photo are from left. Joan Okun, chairman
the Women's Division Sabra Luncheon which was held at Pie
titi. Maxine Schwartz, guest speaker who highlighted the lifeo
Golda Meir; and Gladys Daren, general chairman of tk
Women's Division. In the lower photo are seen, from left, Mn
Okun. Lillian Hirseh, Billie Koffman and Mrs. Schwartz
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Charles Locke, Harvey Kopelowitz and Jacob Brodzki.
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Victor Gruman, banquet
chairman, has announced that
the forthcoming Jewish National
Fund, Fort Lauderdale Annual
Banquet, honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Brodzki on April 1, should
attract a large turnout of area
well wishers.
The affair, which will be held at
the Temple Beth Israel Ballroom
beginning at 6 p.m., is being
chaired by Victor Gruman who
has been an active participant in
Jewish causes and is a vice
president of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale.
The guest speaker of the
evening will be Robert Evans,
former foreign correspondent of
CBS and an expert on Soviet and
China affairs.
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The entire Jewish community
is invited to attend the dinner
and honor Jacob and Peggy
Brodzki
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Friday, March 16, 1979
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 3
Good News Fellowship Gives to Campaign Again
"We witnessed a beautiful
display of honest concern and
emotion for the cause of Israel
and world Jewry," commented
loel Telles, public relations
director of the Fort Lauderdale
Jewish Federation, referring to
the dynamic Israel Night
program held at the Good News
Fellowship Church, located on
Federal Highway, Fort
Lauderdale.
Pastor Jim Croft delivered an
eloquent appeal to his
congregants for their continued
support, both morally and
financially, to aid Israel. A
substantial amount was collected
At New Site
Pastor Jim Croft
by the church members which
was equally divided into a
contribution to the Jewish
Federation with the remainder
being sent directly to a kibbutz in
Israel where members of the
Fellowship Church have been
residing and working for a
number of years.
To date the congregation has
made two separate gifts to the
Federation drive totalling $1,400.
Leslie Gottlieb, executive
JCC Day Camp to Begin June 18

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The Jewish Community Center
of Greater Fort Lauderdale is
offering an exciting new Day
("amp program for ils premiei
camp Beason .11 iIn* new homi site
on Sunrise Blvd I he season runs
from June 18 to August 17.
divided into three :i-week
-. ssions
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(amp Committee chairman
Neddie Lynn announced that
brochures, with art work created
l>> \l Sievein, have been mailed
to parents with prospective
campers.
Day Camp Director Selma
relies is currently hiring ex-
perienced, mature counselors as
well as specialists in nature, arts
and crafts, and Judaica. The
overall program includes in-
structional swim in addition to
free swimming, games, sports.
stories, singing, dancing, late
nights for the younger campers
and overnights for the older
children. Oneg Shabbat
programs will be held each
Friday.
Mrs. Telles further staled that
. "pre-schoolers through fifth
grades will be eating kosher
lunches daily provided by the
camp and will be joined by the
Tweens on Friday for cookouts."
Bus transportation will be
available for parents requesting
this extra service.
Supervision of preschoolers
will be the responsibility of JCC
staffer Penny Rubin; Irv
Bromberg will again supervise
the "678" Tween Camp and has
already planned three overnight
away trips for this group.
A CounselorinTraining
program is being offered to
Woodmont
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Set
Louis Colker, 1979 Jewish
Federation UJA chairman for
Woodmont, has announced that a
fund-raising "coffee and danish"
function will be held on Monday,
March 26, at 7:30 p.m.
The event, which is set to be
held in the Woodmont Country
Club, will feature Gideon Peleg as
special guest speaker. Peleg, who
loaches at Florida International
University, is considered a
specialist on the Mid-Fast.
Assisting Colker in the
Woodmont campaign drive are
Dr. Sol Goldin, Sidney Green-
man, Judge Lester Holl/inan,
Flmer Kaplin, Harold Katzen,
Stanley Kuskin, Kay Sikes and
Hyman Werman.
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Special Day Camp "T" shirts
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Mrs. Telles commented that "a
special thank you is extended to
the Camp Committee members
Elaine Conn, Joan Jacobs, Eda
Lang, Ivy Levine, Pearl Rein-
stein. Ruth Tannenbaum, staffer
Penny Rubin and JCC executive
director, William Goldstein."
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. March 16,197e
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Number 6
Friday, March 16, 1979
Volume 8
The Secret Scenario
Consider the following: Suddenly, Saudi
Arabia's King Khaled is "indisposed" and can not
fulfill his commitment to visit Washington. Khaled's
indisposition follows on the heels of the Khoumeini
victory in Iran and the elevation of PLO Chief Yasir
Arafat to Hero of Islam.
The sheer thought of an Iranian-PLO jihad
against Israel must leave the Saudis in the throes of
ecstasy this despite the possibility of an ultimate
overthrow of Khoumeini and the victory of Marxist
forces in Iran.
None of which, quite clearly, is lost on the
heated mind of the great peace-initiator, Anwar
Sadat, who attacked Israel on Yom Kippur, 1973.
He, too, would stand much to gain from a successful
jihad.
Israel would not.
But neither would the U.S.
Public TV Spotlights Christian
Kibbutz in Galilee
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) A
unique view of a segment of
Israeli life was shown on Bill
Moyers' Journal on Public
Broadcasting Service television
stations across the country
Monday night called "The People
of Nes Ammim," about a kibbutz
comprising some 120 Christians
in the Galilee near Nahariya.
In an absorbing and sometimes
moving hour, the documentary,
produced by Mark and Elizabeth
Fink Benjamin, demonstrates
that the Christian kibbutzniks
came to Israel for the same
reasons many Jews did the
Holocaust.
THEY WERE not survivors,
of course, and most were small
children or not even born during
World War 11. Yet, as committed
Christians, they feel deeply that
they must do something since the
crimes against Jews were
committed by people who called
themselves Christians.
A desire to demonstrate
solidarity with the Jewish people
was the reason given in the
documentary by Rev. Simon
Schoon, a Dutch minister who
now heads Nes Ammim (Message
to the Nations), why he and other
Christians have been coming to
the kibbutz since it was founded
in 1961.
Schoon said he and fellow
Christians, mostly West
Europeans but some Americans,
were "sharing" in the life of
Israel including its "difficulties,"
since the area in which the
kibbutz is located is subject to
Palestinian terrorist attacks.
"WE ARE not becoming
Israelis since we are not Jews nor
Arabs," he said. "We live here as
a sign of friendship." The kib-
butz, which grows roses and
avocados for the European
market, operates dn the Israeli
six-day work week. The Nes
Ammim members, all apparently
deeply religious, observe
Saturday as their Sabbath. The
kibbutz members were shown
singing hymns in English, but
Schoon also recites some prayers
in Hebrew, such as the Jewish
blessing for wine.
The effect of the Holocaust
permeates this documentary. Nes
Ammim, either by accident or
design, is located only two
kilometers from Lohame Hageta,
a kibbutz founded by Holocaust
survivors. The kibbutz members,
many of whom come only for a
year or so, are taken to the
Holocaust museum at the
Lohame Hageta kibbutz where
the events of the Nazi horros are
depicted.
Both the Jews and Christians
interviewed in this documentary
agonize over how the Holocaust
could have occurred but none
have any answers.
Religious Party Leader Sends
Cabled Instructions to Billy
JERUSALEM (JTA) A religious MK
answered Billy Carter's vulgarism with one of his
own, and although the cable office was reluctant to
accept it, the message was eventually transmitted to
President Carter's brother.
Billy's remark that American Jews "can kiss my
ass," made during a reception hosted by the Libyan
delegation to the United Nations,
Avraham Melamed, of the National Religious
Party, sent a message to Billy Carter suggesting that
he "kindly hang your ass publicly on top of one of the
trees on Pennsylvania Avenue near the White House
in order that we may fulfill your request."
An official at the Tel Aviv cable office refused to
accept the cable on grounds that international
regulation forbade the transmission of offensive
language. But Melamed appealed to the director of
the cable office who agreed to send the message in
view of its "special political circumstances."
Continued from Page 1
from Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat.
But Carter appealed to the
Knesset for further compromise,
saying as he had earlier to the
Egyptian parliament that no
peace treaty can fully satisfy all
parties.
"We must make this be-
ginning," said Carter. "We must
seize this precious opportunity."
Carter said it is now the
responsibility of all parties "to
contemplate the tragedy of
failure and the legitimate exul-
tation if we bring peace Our
vision must be as great as our
goals. Wisdom and courage are
required of us all."
CARTER HELD out a
promise of increased U.S. aid for
Israel once a treaty is signed and
pledged "new and stronger and
more meaningful dimensions" to
U.S.-Israeli relations.
Israeli radio reported that the
cabinet approved some U.S. com-
promise proposals by substantial
margins. Others reportedly were
left for further consideration.
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance
was expected to fly to Egypt to
brief President Anwar Sadat.
THE MARATHON, 6' z-hour
cabinet session started Sunday
night and lasted until dawn.
After a recess, the cabinet re-
convened at 10 a.m. to meet with
Carter over breakfast.
When Carter and Begin
emerged after about 90 minutes,
they walked by without saying
anything to reporters.
THE PRESIDENT was ex-
pected to spend an extra day in
Israel, the U.S. and Israeli of-
ficials said. That would mean
Carter, his wife and top aides
would stay at least until
Tuesday.
If everything goes smoothly in
Cairo and Jerusalem, U.S. of-
ficials said, it is possible that
Carter might remain in the
Middle East for the signing of a
treaty.
Begin s public expectations of
a positive Egyptian response
marked a new peak in Carter's
roller-coaster quest for an Egyp-
tWlsraeli peace treaty. Shortly come this far and not get a treaty
before the nighttime cabinet eventually. However, th.s js the
meeting Begin had told Carter in Middle East, which isn t always
a dinner toast: "We have serious logical.
problems."
THE BRIEFING was Carters
first chance to sit down face-to-
face with Begin and his ministers
and receive their decisions
personally.
Speaking to reporters. Begin
refused to reveal the decisions,
saying he wanted the Egyptians
to learn about them from Vance
and not from news reporters.
"This is a very delicate stage of
the negotiations," the Prime
Minister said. "We must be very
careful not to spoil this."
"I AM hopeful, always," Begin
said. "I expect a positive reply
from Egypt. But whether they
will give such a reply, how can I
know? How can I say?
"I think we took very
reasonable decisions," the Prime
Minister said, adding that some
were by majority vote, others by
consensus of the cabinet
members.
Begin, conceding he was quite
tired," called the long cabinet
meeting "important, very in-
teresting and. I suppose, a
unique session." The cabinet, he
said, debated Egypt's treaty
proposals "issueby issue."
THE MEETING lasted from
11 p.m. until 5:30 a.m. Monday.
Although Vance was available
to the cabinet throughout the
night lor questions about Sadat's
views on the issues. Begin said
'it was not necessary to put
questions to him.
"Our judicial counselor was in
contact with him throughout the
night and informed him of the
decisions," the Prime Minister
said.
AN ISRAELI source, who
asked lo remain anonymous, said
the sticking points were Israel's
demand that Egypt settle for
limited self-rule for Palestinians
to begin at an unspecified date
and Egypt's refusal to make
concrete moves toward peace,
such as exchanging ambas-
sadors, until self-rule begins.
However, one Israeli official
said privately: "It is not logical
that they (the negotiators) would
In his dinner toast, Begin
minced no words in emphasizing
the depth of his misgivings about
the proposed accord with Egypt.
AN AMERICAN official said
the outstanding issues remain
the same ones that have been
long mentioned by diplomatic
sources. They are:
The question of establishing
autonomy for the 1.1 million
Arabs on the West Bank of the
Jordan River and the Gaza Strip.
By all indications this is the most
difficult obstacle.
Sadat wants elections in the
two areas set for a definite time
within one year of the treaty
signing. This would show that he
negotiated for all Arabs, not just
Egypt.
Israel has rejected a timetable
saying treaty opponents could
sabotage preparations and force
delays.
ISRAELIS FEAR this could
give Egypt an excuse lo abrogate
the treaty after Israel withdraws
Irom the Sinai. The United States
Ls trying to sell the idea of a
target date" for elections, rather
than a timetable so the treat)
\sould not collapse if a timetable
is not met.
Will the Egyptian-Israeli
treaty take precedence over
Egypt's treaties with other Arab
countries? Basically, this dispute
is over the question of whether
Egypt will remain neutral it
another country with which il has
a mutual defense pact is at war
with Israel.
Israel s determination to get
special preferences to buy oil
from Sinai wells at low prices
alter the Sinai is returned to
Egypt. Sadat is lielieveW to have
shown some flexibility on this
question. One source said Sadat
stems to be trying to buy
autonomy on the West Bank and
Gaza with Sinai oil.
THERE IS also believed to be
a remaining question about
whether Egypt
ambassadors
initial troop
the Sinai.
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with Israel alter
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AIPAC Meeting Set for Coral Springs
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Dr. and Mrs. Robert Getz of
Coral Springs will host an
educational young leadership
meeting in their home on
Thursday evening, April 5, at
7:30 p.m., as announced by a
Federation spokesman.
Scott Shore, director of the
Young Political Leadership
Program for AIPAC, will be the
guest speaker. Shore is also his
organization's assistant legal
liaison to Capitol Hill.
AIPAC, is the Washington
based registered lobby which for
25 years has worked to improve
relations between Israel and the
United States. It is unique in
being the only Jewish
organization registered with
Paradise Gardens Honors Sperbers
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Sperber have dedicated time and efforts
of Paradise Gardens Section III,
Margate, were the honored
guests at a Jewish
Federation UJA fund-raising
function held on Feb. 25 at the
home of Irving and Beatrice
Tannenbaum. Rabbi Solomon
('eld of the Margate Jewish
Center was special guest speaker.
Reuben and Doris Sperber,
formerly of Mt. Vernon, NY.,
in the support of numerous
religious institutions as well as
services to the aged. Since
making their home in Margate,
they have been active in a variety
of Jewish causes. Sperber is a
member of the Board of Directors
of the Margate Hospital, and
Mrs. Sperber spends many hours
weekly serving the needs of the
patients.
Volunteers Needed to
Help Russian Families
Ms. Shelley Solomon,
professional Jewish Family
Service case worker, has an-
nounced that a volunteei orienta-
tion session for resettled Russian
Jewish families, will be held on
Thursday. March 22, at 7:30 p.m.
The meeting will take place at the
Jewish Federation office. Fort
Lauderdale.
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale has
recently resettled two Russian
Jewish families, and volunteers
are urgently needed to assist the
family members in becoming
acclimated to their new homes.
Ms. Solomon said, "We need
all types of volunteers; drivers,
interpreters; people to help in
setting up apartments; language
study, assist in obtaining em-
ployment just about any help
is sincerely welcomed."
There is a strong need im-
mediately for employment for
both Russian wives. They are
able to work as a nurse's aide, to
provide care and companionship
for an elderly person, with light
housekeeping duties or as an aide
in a Day Care center. However,
any type of suitable employment
will be accepted.
The need for help is urgent,
and anyone interested in serving
in this humanitarian effort is
urged to contact Shelley Solomon
at 763-6340 or 735-3394 from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.
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NO ONE ELSE
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PLEASE MAKE
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Support the Greater Fort Lauderdale
Jewish Federation's
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Congress to lobby on issues
affecting Israel.
Scott Shore is a graduate of
Harvard University, and received
his Masters degree in Inter-
national Relations from the
University of Sussex in Brighton,
England. While attending
Harvard, Shore completed
legislative internships for Sen.
Brook of Massachussetts and
Sen. Stone of Florida. He is a
contributing writer for the Near
East Report.
For information regarding the
April 5 meeting, contact Alan
Margolies at the Jewish
Federation.
The gentlemen pictured are the campaign committee for the
Inverrary Federation drive who attended the annual dinner at
the Inverrary Country Club.
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'Pub Nite on Broadway9
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood will present
"Pub Nite on Broadway" on Saturday,
March 31 at 7 p.m. in the Temple
auditorium, Fort Lauderdale. Among the
cast are, front row, from left, Muriel Wilson,
Harriet Fine and Maxine Rose. Back row,
Charles Wilson, Hannah Norman and Irwin
Fine. A buffet supper will be served. For
ticket information, call Florence Hirsch or
the Temple office.
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Goodstein Honored at Lauderdale Oaks
Sam Goodstein,
cutive director of
the Teaneck Uni-
ted Jewish
Appeal, will be
honored by the
residents of
Lauderdale Oaks
at a fund-raising
function to be
held on Tuesday,
March 20. in the
Oaks Clubhouse.
former exe-
Sam Goodstein
Goodstein is being honored for
his past activities in a great
variety of Jewish causes and his
involvement in the local area
since his retirement in 1972.
While a Teaneck. N.J. resident,
Goodstein, in addition to his pro-
fessional position with the I'.TA.
was chairman of the Teaneck
Senior Citizens Advisory Hoard.
II. lectured at Columbia
1 niversity and appeared before
deral authorities on problems ol
the aged.
He served as coordinator of the
Housing Authority of Bergen
County; chairman of the Heart
Fund; co-founder of the Teaneck
Scholarship Fund; and was the
first recipient of the B'nai B'rith
of Bergen County Covenant
Award together with a fclln
enant
owship
at Rutgers University in
name.
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F.mmanuel Bly is Jewish | ,.,|
eration campaign chairmai for
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Jewish Federation
Pursuant to the by-laws of the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale's Women's Division, the following slate of of-
ficers and Board members has been proposed by the Women's
Division nominating committee:
President: Lillian Tucker
Mitchie Libros Ethel Waldman
Vice Presidents: One Year Members
Florrie Straus (1979-1980):
Community Relations Connie Abraham
Josephine Newman Lillian Alpert
Education Terri Baer
Gladys Daren Sybil Brody
Campaign Gail Capp
Secretaries: Florence Cohen
Harriet Seminar Helen Cohen
Financial Freda Eiseman
Min Gruman Ruth Eppy
Recording Maxine Hess
Selma Streng Jacqueline Hochman
Corresponding Annette Kay
Historian: Gloria Katz
Edith Levine Helen Kuriansky
Nominating Chairman: Sylvia Leber Claire Mitchel
Mimi Bederman Sandy Nisenbaum
Life Members: Blanche Obletz
Helen Soref Shirley Rudolph
Celia Goldfarb Elsie Samet
Two Year Members Ellen Schneider
(1979-1981): Reba Shotz
Fola Brodzki r ran Smith
Sheila Grenitz Maxine Spewak
Lillian Hirsch Linda Stewart
BillieKoffman Frances Wolff
Hildreth Levin Past Presidents:
Joan Okun Evelyn Gross (Mrs. Alvin)
Ruth Pine Rebecca Hodes
Miriam Ring Bert Lutz
Sue Segaul Shirley Miller (Mrs. Joel)
Jean Shapiro Lois Mitchell
Helen Soref Anita Perlman (Mrs. Louis)
Shirley Stern Fran Sindell (Mrs. Oscar)
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Senior Citizens' Activities
The Plantation Initial Gifts
Dinner brought out a large
number of Plantation resi-
dents who showed their con-
cern for Jews here and over-
8908. Couples shown at top are
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Kaplan,
who hosted the dinner in their
home, and Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Segaul. At right are
Mr. and Mrs. David
Jackowitz.
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Jewish Community Center of
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according to site managers Sam
and Sara Ferlis.
Many pr* grams and functions
are provided at the nutrition site.
This week the group celebrated
the wedding of Marlene Berger
and Ben Schwartzman, who met
at the site. Also celebrated were
the birthdays and anniversaries
for the month of March, a
monthly occurrence. Enter-
tainment was provided by Jean
Kozin, pianist; Sol Gruber.
singer; Sunny Landsman, singer.
Mrs. Ferlis advised that under
the program of Service Agency
for Senior Citizens, the Nutrition
Program meets five days a week
at the Jewish Community Center
of Greater Fort Lauderdale,
providing, not only kosher food
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at 7:30 p.m., Whiting Hall, SulT
rise. New members and trans-
ferees are invited. For further
information, contact Artie
Horowitz.
DISABLED VETERANS
Disabled American Veterans
Chapter 138, Plantation, will hold
its monthly meeting Tuesday
March 27, at 7^30 p.m., Pla"n'
tation Community Center,
Korean and Vietnam veterans
will be given free dues for the
year. New members and trans
ferees are invited. For further
information, contact Artie
Horowitz.
Organizations to Meet
BRANDEIS WOMEN
Used books of all varieties will
be offered for sale by the West
Broward Chapter of Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee on Sunday. March 18,
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
parking area of the American
Savings Bank at State Road 7
and Margate Boulevard in
Margate.
Rose Greenberg is book sale
coordinator. Proceeds of the sale
benefit the libraries and
scholarship funds of Brandeis
University at Waltham, Mass.
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, Fort
Lauderdale Pompano Beach
Chapter, will have their fourth
annual New Books For Old Sale
at the Lakes Mall (441 and
Oakland Park Blvd.) on Friday
and Saturday, March 16 and 17
from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Thousands of used books will be
on sale at bargain prices. All
proceeds from this sale will be
used to buy new books for the
library at Brandeis University.
Used books are still needed. All
book donations are tax-
deductible.
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF
JEWISH WOMEN
The next meeting of the
Plantation Unit, National
Council of Jewish Women will
take place Monday, March 19, at
8 p.m. There will be a panel
discussion on "Traditional
Schools Versus Open Schools."
The North Broward Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, will meet on Wed-
nesday, March 21, at the
Woman's Club of Wilton Manors.
The speaker will be Bert
Lichtenstein, who will outline the
plans for a new low income
federally financed residence for
the elderly in Broward County.
The public is invited.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
FOR ISRAEL
The Margate Chapter of
Women's League for Israel will
hold its spring luncheon and
musicale on Thursday, March 22.
at 12:30 p.m. at the new
Catherine Young Library
Auditorium in Margate.
The Margate Chapter of
Women's League for Israel will
hold its membership meeting on
Tuesday. March 27, at the Boca
Raton Bank in Margate at 12:30
p.m. Slate for the forthcoming
year will be presented. Mildred
Epstein will present a program
on Purim and Passover. Refresh-
ments will be served. Members,
friends and houseguests invited.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
The 12 chapters of B'nai B'rith
Women, which comprise Aleph
Council, will hold their Annual
Donor Luncheon at the new
Inverrary Hilton Inn in
Inverrary, on Monday, March 19,
and Tuesday, March 20.
Because of reservations from
about 700 members and their
guests, it will be necessary to
hold the luncheon on the two
consecutive days.
Harriette Shulman, over-all
chairman, announced that an
original program performed by
members of all the chapters will
be presented.
Margate Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women is holding its
regular meeting on Tuesday,
March 20, at the Margate Jewish
Center at noon. Following the
meeting there will be a dramatic
reading in honor of the Children's
Home and Group House in Israel.
Refreshments will be served, and
the public is welcome.
B'nai B'rith Women, Hope
Chapter 1617, will hold its
monthly meeting on Thursday,
March 22, at Deicke Auditorium
at noon. Program: "Women in
Judaism" with Brenda Shapiro,
Florida area director of the
American Jewish Committee,
speaker. Refreshments. All are
welcome.
HADASSAH
Oriole Scopus Chapter of
Hadassah was to have its Eye
Bank Luncheon and Card Party
Thursday. March 15, at 11:30
a.m. at the Reef Restaurant, Fort
Lauderdale.
The L'Chayim Chapter of
Hadassah will meet March 20 at
noon at the Diecke Auditorium,
5701 Cypress Road. Plantation.
Jack Saltz will speak on "Focus
Israel."
The Inverrary Gilah Hadassah
Chapter will have a Donor
Luncheon on Wednesday, March
21, at noon, at the Inverrary
Country Club. The entertainment
program scheduled will be "The
Winged Victory Singers." The
guest speaker will be Mrs. Elaine
L'llish. national "out of town vice
president." Mrs. Ellish is the
daughter of Helen and Ben
llecht. Sophie Dick is the
chairperson of this luncheon.
Inverrary Gilah Hadassah
Chapter presents an evening with
the Opus III Singers and Ber-
nard Minzer, violinist in a
program of music at the Piper
High School Auditorium,
Wednesday, April 4 at 8 p.m.
Tamar-Fort Lauderdale
Chapter of Hadassah will hold its
Triple Event Youth Luncheon"
to support Youth Aliyah.
Hadassah Israel Education
Services and Youth Activities, on
Thursday. March 22. at noon at
the Inverrary Country Club,
Lauderhill.
The program for the afternoon
will be a book review by Ann
Ackerman of Second Generation
by Howard Fast. The chair-
persons for the day will be Rose
Katz. Ida Chodrow and Hattie
Stein.
Plantation-Polynesian Gar-
dens Chapter, the newest ad-
dition to the Florida Mid-Coast
Region of Hadassah. held its first
meeting on Monday, March 12 at
the Deicke Auditorium, Plan-
tation.
The following officers will
serve for the balance of the year:
Birdie Fishman. president:
Henrietta Schwartz, Mae
Schreiber, Ida Medvin, Evelyn
Scgukduber, vice presidents;
Yetta Cogen, treasurer; Mollie
Markell, financial secretary;
Grace Gottlieb, recording
secretary; and Harriet Gillman.
corresponding secretary.
Ann Salkin, expansion
chairperson for the region,
presented the officers and was
the speaker.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN
ORT
Royal Plantation ORT Chapter
will sponsor a book review by
Ann Ackerman on Second
Generation by Howard Fast, on
Wednesday, March 28, at 11:30
a.m. at the Kumquat Restaurant.
Plantation.
B'NAI B'RITH
The Lauderhill Lodge No. 2923
of B'nai B'rith will hold its an
nual installation and presen'
tation of the Lou Zutler "Man of
the Year" award on Monday.
March 26 at <> p.m. in the Hearth
Pub of the new Holiday Inn,
University Drive. Plantation A
program of dance music and
entertainment will be presented.
William Leichter will again be
installed as president of the
lodge.
Eugene Cipilloni, mayor of
Lauderhill; Joseph Oilman,
president of South Broward
Council of B'nai B'rith; and
Herman Serota. a member of the
Board of Governors of the
Florida B'nai B'rith, will be
honored guests.
Inquiries may be addressed to
Abe Jacobs, program chairman.
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Friday, March 16, 1979
TheJewishFloridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9
News of the Day Schools
On Monday, Feb. 26, the
S*nuel Scheck Hillel Community
I)ay School held its annual first
grade Siddur presentation. This
was a special program which
t^brated the children's ad-
vffltcing into a higher degree of
Hebrew education. The Siddur is
the book of daily prayers used by
.ill Jews throughout the week and
on the Sabbath.
The theme of the play, per-
formed by all 40 children from
both first grade classes, was
"Man's Search for Happiness."
The program was written and
directed by first grade Hebrew
teacher, Huth Spectre. Miss
Spectre staled, "A major func-
tion of the performance was as a
beginning learning experience for
the children to share with their
parents."
The play was held at the
neilman-Uhlar Auditorium of
the Samuel Scheck Hillel
Community Day School, where
Miss Spectre was assisted by
Mi- Irma Saunders, the secular
* u her of the first grade classes.
Tin Hebrew Day School of
Port Lauderdale has officially
opened its re-enrollment
recruitment campaign. Parents
who currently have students in
ihe school have the priority of
registering their children for
classes. A special registration
rule has been established for
these parents and prospective
ones
The Hebrew Day School en-
compasses pre-kindergarten
through fifth grades. A child
must be four years of age by Dec.
!1 ol that school year to be
eligible for the pre-kindergarten
program. The Hebrew Day
Si IicmiI is a community day school
|g-n icing the needs of the entire
Jewish community. Reform.
Conservative, Orthodox, Recon-
slruclionist and non-affiliated
lamilies.
I or the September 1979 school
ar. the Hebrew Day School will
located on the new Jewish
Community Center site. Any one
interested in receiving literature
oi more information about the
Hebrew Day School should
iuniact the school office. Either
Mrs Fran Merenstein. the direc-
tor, or Mrs. Marsha Feldman, the
enrollment vice-president, will be
available to answer questions.
Enrollment is limited to insure
the high calibre of academic
qualit)
Relative to the "hands-on"
approach to learning is the ex
pertinent in the first and second
grade classroom at the Hebrew
l>.i\ School. Under the direction
of Mrs. Lori Garlin and Mrs.
Kathy Jarvie, the children are
learning more about reproduction
and animal life. The children are
in the process of watching
Banning eggs hatch into
chickens.
-I he first part of this process
railed for the children to aid their
*
^jir
leathers in building an incubator
Jor t he eggs.
1 he children have diligently
turned the eggs each day. They
are all marking off the 21 days till
the eggs hatch into chickens.
Glenn Golden, a teacher of the
fourth grade class, is building a
brooder for when the chickens
hatch. In this way the children
will be able to keep the chickens
and observe their behavior for a
lew days
This experiment is being
conducted as scientifically as is
possible.
Mrs. Garlin said. "My children
are learning far more than a
simple experiment from the
chickens. They are using this
experiment as a means of un-
rstanding one another in a
"earn effort situation. I think it is
,ally a challenging experience
r the children."
The children of the Hebrew
Day School are involved in
"Project Write-On," sponsored
by the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry. The first through
fourth graders are writing letters
to a penpal in Russia. The
children are writing in English
and in Hebrew. They have been
cautioned not to criticize the
Soviet government, but they are
to write to their pen-pal that they
are concerned about his or her
condition.
The parents of these children
are helping to defray the cost of
these letters.
The Hebrew Day School
children have studied the plight
of the Russian Jews.
Women's League for Israel
President to Speak Here
mm
Joan Reichkind Is Honored by VFW
Joan Reichkind, Florida
Region N'siah of B'nai B'rith
Girls, and a junior at Plantation
High School, was honored for her
participation in the Veterans of
Foreign Wars of the U.S. (VFW)
annual Voice of Democracy
Essay Contest at ceremonies
which took place on Feb. 25 at
VFW Post No. 1966 in F'ort
Lauderdale. The topic for 1978
was 'Why I Care About
America, and was open to all
high school students.
\s first place winner in the
Plantation High School com-
petition, .loan went on to com-
pete in and win first place at the
VFW Post No. 7115 level which
judged high school winners in the
area. The Post presented her with
a $100 U.S. Savings Bond.
Competition at the District 15
level resulted in a second place
win for Joan who was ad-
ditionally presented with a $50
IS Savings Bond, a bronze
plaque, and a VFW medal.
First place at District 15 was
won by Diane Saco, a Hollywood
resident, and a junior at South
Broward High School, who was
awarded a $100 U.S. Savings
Bond, a bronze plaque and a
VFW medal. Diane went on to
rank third ill competition at the
Florida Stale level.
Mrs. Harry M. Wiles, national
president of Women's League for
Israel, while in South Florida,
expects to visit each of the 11
chapters organized in Dade.
Broward and Palm Beach
Counties. She will make a
television appearance on Channel
7, Community Calendar.
Tuesday, March 20. She will also
speak at three luncheons to be-
held at the Eden Roc Hotel, in
Miami Beach.
On Friday. March 16, at 8
p.m., Mrs. Wiles will speak from
the pulpit on "Our Fiftieth Year
in Israel" at Temple Kmanu-Kl,
Fort Lauderdale where Women's
League for Israel, Sabbath will be
held, with Broward, Dade and
Palm Beach Counties chapters
attending.
Thursday, March 22 at 7:30
p.m.. Mrs. Wiles will address the
Woodlands Chapter and their
husbands on "Personalities I
Have Met in Israel" in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Molhner.
4008 Woodlands Blvd. Mrs.
Muriel Lunden chairs the
evening, and Mrs. Elaine Yadwin
is the chapter chairman.
Mrs. Wiles is now completing
her second two-year term as
president. She recent l\ led 200
members and friends of the
Women's League for Israel for a
Jubilee Celebration in Israel in
honor of the organization's 50th
anniversary. While in Israel, she
and the group with her were
received by the president of
Israel, llzhuk Navon and Mrs.
Navon. Teddy Kollek, mayor of
Jerusalem, presented her with
the Medal of Jerusalem.
At one time, it was the custom to leave loaves of Challah or' 'Showbread'' on
the Temple's altar, and to give the "rosh" or head of the dough to the priests.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, March 16,1979
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Jewish Community Center
NEW CLASSES
Monday, March 19, Advanced
Bridge. 12-2 p.m.
Friday, March 23, Beginner
Bridge. 10-12 p.m.
Thursday, March 29,
Caligrapliy. 1:30-3:30 p.m.
YIDDISH FILMS
The Jewish Community Center
announces two more Yiddish film
classics to be shown in the
current series. Both presen-
tations project English sub-titles
on the screen and are to be shown
at the Lauderdale Lakes City
Hall
On Sunday. April 1, at 3 and 7
p.m. the Kol Nidre story will be
retold by Cantor Leibe Waldman
and Yetta Zwerling with music
by Shalom Secuda. The comedy
American Schadchen to be shown
Sunday. May 6 at 3 and 7 p.m.,
was filmed in the lower East Side
of Manhattan. With songs and
jokes, the story reveals the life-
style of a bachelor engaged eight
times but never married. Tickets
may be obtained at the Jewish
Community Center.
ART STUDIO
The Art Studio at the
Gathering Place is thriving in
Tamarac. Instructor Sharon
Muraskin supervises all studio
time and classes. If you are
looking for a quiet atmosphere in
which to paint, draw and be in
good company, the Art Studio is
for you.
YIDDISH PLAYERS
Sunny Landsman, director of
the Jewish Community Center
American Yiddish Players,
announces that plans are in the
making for the future. At the new
Jewish Community Center there
will be a new building with a
stage, and a new original Yiddish
musicale is in the offering.
SENIOR ADULT CLUB
The next meeting of the Senior
Adult Club of the Jewish
Community Center will be held
Thursday, April 5, at 1 p.m. at
the Lauderdale Lakes City Hall.
Robert Lock wood, clerk of the
court, who recently returned from
Egypt and Israel, will talk about
the judicial systems in these
countries. This will be followed
by a new film about Washington,
D.C. Everyone is welcome.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The head of the Knesset Foreign
Affairs and Security Committee,
Moshe Arens, intends to consider
using the Israeli intelligence
agency, the Shin Bet, as a means
of circumventing potential leaks
to the media on top-secret issues
pertaining to the committee.
The Inverrary Country Club was the setting for the Annual
Inverrary Dinner held on Feb. 25, with Moses Schonfeld as
guest speaker. Seen above are Leslie S. Gottlieb, executive
director of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale;
Joseph H. Kaplan, Inverrary chairman: and Richard Romanoff,
1979 General Campaign chairman.
Calling the leaks "a disease
which taints the entire Israeli
political system." Arens told the
Knesset plenum yesterday that it
must be halted immediately.
ARENS WAS replying to a
motion for the agenda by MK
Amos Hadar. who urged the
utilization of the security services
in order to discover the identity
of those responsible for the leaks.
Arens pointed to the recent
refusal by the Army Chief of
Staff and certain Cabinet
members to reveal information to
the committee, adding that this
in turn prevented optimum
decision-making on issues of
security and defense.
As a result, four sub-
committees have been
established in order to conduct
free discussion in the smallest
forum possible.
NOTING THAT only four or
five committee members were
responsible for the leaks, he said
that all appeals to them by him.
the Premier, the Defense
Minister and Foreign Minister
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 11
Dulzin Sees Immigration Resurgence
I NEW YORK Based on the
cord-high levels of Soviet
Lwish immigration at the end of
)78. Leon Dulzin, chairman of
e Jewish Agency Executive,
redicts a minimum of 35,000
emigrants to Israel in 1979,
eluding a large numlx-r of Jews
lom I ran.
There is great uncertainty
regarding Iranian Jewry," Dulzin
said. "The people might face
danger. It is difficult to foresee
the future, but Israel is ready to
absorb them.
"Approximately 8,000 Jews
have already left Iran for Israel,
entt ring as temporary residents
another 1.000 are believed to be
temporarily living in other
countries. That leaves
an
[Community Calendar
March 16
Women's League for Israel Bonaventure Sabbath at Temple Emanu-
Plantation Jewish Congregation
March 17
Hebrew Day School Function
Gala Art Auction 7:30 p.m.
March 18
C.I. YUM. Ha-Torah at Beth Hillel of Margate Torah dedication
March 19
Shalom Chapter of Hadassah Board Aviva Hadassah general
meeting Inverrary B'nai B'rith Women's Donor Luncheon Plan-
tation Jewish Congregation Sisterhood Sunrise Men's B'nai B'rith
Zion Lodge Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood Women's League for
Israel Bonaventure Donor Luncheon at Jockey Club Castle Garden
Armon Hadassah Board
March 20
L Chaim Chapter Hadassah Margate B'nai B'rith Women noon
Inverrary B'nai B'rith Donor Lunchon, Aleph Council Plantation
Jewish Congregation Sisterhood Bowling Temple Emanu-EI Sister-
hood Federation-UJA function at Lauderdale Oaks 7:30 p.m.
Temple Beth Israel Young at Heart T.O.B.R. Sisterhood Golda
Meir Hadassah Tamar Hadassah Board Gilah Hadassah No.
Broward National Council of Jewish Women Board 10 a.m. No.
Broward National Council of Jewish Women noon Plantation
Jewish Congregation Sisterhood Mah Jong Marathon 8 p.m.
Sunrise Jewish Center Sisterhood Federation-UJA function at
Cypress Chase A 8 p.m.
March 22
Temple Emanu-EI Board 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Hope Chapter
1 p.m Deerfield B'nai B'rith Havenm Hadassah Pompano
B'nai B'rith #2941 Temple Sholom 8 p.m. Federation-UJA
Women's Division function at Playa Del Sol 11 a.m. Tomar Fort
Lauderdale Hadassah Luncheon
March 23
Workmen's Circle membership meeting
Women's League for Israel 4 p.m.
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From left, Cantor Harold Dworken, Eddie Schaffer and Aaron
Koenig seen at the Jewish Federation campaign affair at
International Village, Inverrarx.
Leon Dulzin
estimated 66,000 people in the
Iranian Jewish community," said
Dulzin.
Dulzin said that a new wave of
anti-Semitism in the Soviet
Union may be influencing Jews
to apply for exit visas, but he also
believes "the Soviets want an
accommodation with the
Jackson-Vanik Amendment to
get more favorable U.S. trade
concessions."
Principals at the International Village fund-raising drive
function are Edith Forstot, co-chairman; Aaron Koenig,
chairman and Sam Mayerson, co-chairman.
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The Jewish Eh: idianof Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, March 16.1979
Synagogue News
All the churches in Boca Raton
have been invited to participate
in an interfaith musical evening,
titled: "Reflect a Musical En-
counter with God," on Wednes-
day, March 21, at 8 p.m. Sister-
hood of Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton will host the program at
this special time of the year when
the Lenten, Passover and Easter
holidays are being observed.
The program will be varied in
liturgies, Christian and Jewish,
sharing each other's heritage.
Temple Beth Els High Holy
Days quartet and the choral
group will be part of the program.
A number of churches have
agreed to participate, with both
Adult and Youth choirs per-
forming. Music of the 16th and
17th centuries, as well as modern
religious music, will be featured.
Mrs. Samuel (Molly) Freiberg,
chairman of the event, stated,
"The evening will be of great sig-
nificance, in the tradition of
interfaith programs begun in
August of 1946 by the Inter-
national Conference of Christians
and Jews in Jerusalem."
CHEVRA KADISHA
Anyone interested in par-
ticipating in the establishment of
a Chevra Kadisha for Temple
Beth Israel, call Rabbi Labowitz
or Dr. Jack Zomlefer or Maurice
Berkowitz.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
All visitors in the area are
welcome to attend the annual
Congregational Passover Seder,
sponsored by Temple Emanu-El
Sisterhood. Wednesday, April 11,
at 6:30 p.m. at the Temple in
Fort Lauderdale.
The service will be conducted
by Rabbi Sanford Shapiro and
Cantor Jerome Klement, accom-
panied by the Temple organist.
Further information concerning
the Seder can be had by calling
the Temple office.
SUNRISE JEWISH CENTER
Sunrise Jewish Center Sister-
hood will meet on Wednesday.
March 21, at the Temple.
Nola Lutz of the Broward
County Library will review Ever-
green by Belva Plain. The
meeting starts at 11:30 a.m.. and
a mini-lunch will be available.
Two traditional Passover
Seders will be held Wednesday
evening, April 11, and Thursday
evening. April 12, at the Sunrise
Jewish Center, sponsored by the
Sisterhood of the Temple.
Glatt kosher meals will be
served, and the services will be
conducted by Cantor Jack
Marchant.
For additional information and
reservations, call Betty Mar-
chant or Renee Cohen. A limited
number of tickets are available.
Bar, Bat Mitzvahs
JONATHON HUNN
On Saturday, March 17, at
10:30 a.m., Jonathon Hunn, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Atkins,
will be called to the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah at Plantation
Jewish Congregation-Temple Kol
Ami. In honor of this occasion,
Mr. and Mrs. Atkins will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat following the
regular Shabbat service on
Friday, March 16.
HAYLEY STEINBERG
DEBORAH SAFF
On Friday evening, March 16,
and Saturday morning, March
17, Hayley Steinberg, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Steinberg,
and Deborah Saff, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Saff, will
celebrate their Bat Mitzvah
together.
This is a first for Temple
Sholom and is occurring because
the families have been good
friends for years. Dr. and Mrs.
Saff and Mr. and Mrs. Steinberg
are hosting the Oneg Shabbat on
Friday evening and the Kiddush
on Saturday morning in honor of
the Bat Mitzvah.
PLANTATION
NURSING HOME
In the absence of Rabbi /.oil.
sabbath services in February
were conducted at Plantation
Nursing Home by chairman
Lillian M. Schoen, assisted by
Helen Cooper, Gertrude Golden-
berg, Ruth Kay, Ruth Karron.
Matilda Haber and Marcy Ritts.
This month marked the
celebration of the 101st birthday
of Hattie Hart.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Israel will hold its monthly
meeting on Monday. March 19.
at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Morris Axelrod
has arranged for the termination
of its Treasure Hunt with all gifts
to be distributed at that time.
Entertainment will be furnished
bv Louis Delin, harmonica
player. Refreshments will be
served; admission is free. The
public is welcome to attend.
CONGREGATION
BETH HILLEL
The joyous and sacred event of
the dedication of the Torah
Scrolls will be held Sunday,
March 18, at Congregation Beth
Hillel, Margate.
The entire community is in-
vited to participate in this oc-
casion.
TEMPLE OHEL
BNAI RAPHAEL
A regular meeting of the
Sisterhood of Temple Ohel B'nai
Raphael will be held on Wednes-
day, March 21, at 12:30 p.m. at
the Temple.
Rabbi Jack Nislick will speak
on Purim. Holiday refreshments
will be served.
TEMPLE SHOLOM
The Men's Club of Temple
Sholom of Pompano Beach is
sponsoring the "Opus III"
singers on Saturday evening.
March 24. Tickets are available
at the Temple office.
Margate UJA Honors Murray Brown
At a recent UJA rally at Oriole
Gardens Phase III Clubhouse in
Margate. Murray Brown,
president of their Men's Club,
received a plaque for his efforts
towards Israel and many other
worthy Jewish causes.
Over 250 people attended this
function where writer William
Katzberg made an appeal for
support of UJA and the Jewish
Federation.
Charles Charlip, chairman of
the Oriole Gardens Phase Ill's
UJA drive, thanked Helen
Niedelman and Charles Zelman
as well as their committee for
making the drive a success. Ruth
Korenblatt, president of the
Women's Club, and Ceil Bariton
delivered a toast to the State of
Israel as well as to the people of
this country.
Brown accepted the plaque
with deep gratitude to all who
had participated in making this
event a huge success.
MARGATE
JEWISH CENTER
The Sisterhood of the Margate
Jewish Center will conduct it*
annual Rummage Sale from
March 18 through March 30 at
Store 173, next to Nicks Restau-
rant in the Margate Fashio.-g
Center at the junction of State
Road 7 and Southgate Blvd. The
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>eace Award to Figelmans
Syd and Benjamin Figelman
Kill receive the Israel City of
peace Award at the Temple
Rholom- Israel Dinner of State,
funday evening, March 18, at the
Temple in Pompano Beach.
The tribute dinner, in co-
Lperation with the State of Israel
Bonds Organization, is being
rfchaired by the Temple's spiritual
(eader. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Rabbi Skop praised the Figel-
nans for their many decades of
active participation in Jewish
Iphilanthropic and service or-
iKanizations. notably with the
IZOA. of which Figelman was
I president.
Figelman was president of the
Huntington, NY.. Hebrew Con-
gregation and an organizer and
founder of that city's B'nai B'rith
Lodge. For a decade he was
[chairman of B'nai Brith's Israel
affairs for Nassau and Suffolk
counties. He also headed
I numerous campaigns for Israel
.Bonds and UJA.
Mrs. Figelman is a member of
Hadassah as well as B'nai B'rith
and the Heart Association and
Jewish Community of Rome
Offers to Adopt Vietnamese
Shomrim to
Honor
Schwarz
The Shomrim of Florida will
honor their colleage Sidney Sch-
warz with the State of Israel's
Solidarity Award at a Night in
Israel, Wednesday. March 21, at
> p.m., at the Washington Fed-
eral Savings Bank. HiTth Street
.md NE 6th Avenue in North
Miami Beach. The Shomrim is
comprised of retired Jewish law
'officers.
Schwarz has been a longtime
supporter of the Stale of Israel
llonds Organization and has been
.in active participant in numerous
Jewish philanthropic and service
'. groups
He hosted the
tirst meeting "I
the Shomrim So-
cietj 18 > rar--
ago and has
guided the or-
ganization to one
which has more
than -UK) mem-
bers.
Schwarz and
his wife have
been strong sup-
ixiriers of Hadassah and the Ki-
wania Club, for whom he has
sen ad as secretary for 10 years.
According to Bernie Klein,
Shomrim of Florida president
and chairman, and Max Weiss,
co-chairman, all members are
invited to participate in this
tribute evening. Special guest
will be Eddie Schaffer, noted
American Jewish folk humorist.
Syd and Benjamin Figelman
was active with Muscular Dys-
trophy organization. She was the
first woman in Nassau and
Suffolk counties to receive the 12
Tribes Award charms for her
sales of Israel bonds.
Larry Dorn. well known Amer-
ican Jewish folk humorist, will
present an evening of humor and
entertainment. Honorary chair-
men are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Sindell and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Levey. Honorary co-chairmen are
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Stenn and
Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Loehner. Co-
chairmen are Nathan S. Baum
and Harry Selis.
ROME (JTA) Rome's
10,000-member Jewish com-
munity has offered to "adopt" a
family of Vietnamese refugees,
one of the thousands of so-called
"boat people" who have fled their
native country and live afloat off
Asian shores waiting for some
country to accept them.
The community intends to
provide housing, jobs and all
other necessary support for the
family in a symbolic gesture of
solidarity.
As Rome's Chief Rabbi Elio
Toaff told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. "When we read of what
is happening to the Vietnamese
refugees, it seemed as if we were
reliving a page of Jewish
history."
But the humanitarian gesture
has become ensnarled in the same
tangle of bureaucratic red tape
that has prevented the Italian
government from approving the
admission of refugees. So far.
Italy has done no more than
grant transit visas to, 88 Viet-
namese. Israel, by contrast, did
considerably more when it ad-
mitted 101 refugees who had
spent months aboard a freighter
at Manila and provided them
with homes.
The Israeli gesture prompted
the Vatican newspaper
L'Osservatore to comment that
Israel hoped to "set an example"
to other richer and more powerful
nations. The paper noted that
"most of the refugees had never
heard of Israel but all were
grateful for the offer, and most
expected to find a new home in
the Jewish State."
The Israeli gesture also in-
spired the Jewish community
here. Toaff said, "We cannot help
but be reminded of the odyssey,
tragic in many cases, of our
Jewish refugees after the last
World War when shiploads of
homeless people were sent from
one port to another, often ending
up back in Germany."
Participants in the recent Federation fund-raising Brunch for
the Pompano Beach-North campaign held at the Century Plaza,
are from left, Samuel Weidenfeld, Sidney Liben, Leonard
Gluck, chairman, and Richard Romanoff general chairman of
the 1979 Jewish Federation UJA Greater Fort Lauderdale
campaign.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, March 16, 1979
Century
Village
Bond Honors
Cheaney Heads United Way
Philip N. Cheaney, president of
First Federal of Broward, was
recently elected president of the
United Way Board of Directors.
Active with the United Way
for many years, Cheaney served
as general campaign chairman in
1977 and was recently chairman
of the Pacesetter effort.
Also elected to serve were
David H. Rush, president-elect;
Century Village in Deerfield
Beach and the State of Israel f,
Bonds Organization held several n j y Vllta8e a Israel
breakfast meetings, at which r,ond? also honored Rabbi
time top campaign leaders were I-rank and Dorothy Plotke
honored for their devotion and with the Israel Solidarity
commitment to the survival of Award.
Israel.
Library Presents Nutrition Program
James T. Gardener, first vice
president; Esther Gordon,,
secretary; Edward J. Manning,
treasurer; Walter H. Ketcham,
vice president, central; Albert
J.W. Novak, vice president, )
north; Admiral John T. Wulff.
vice president, south and Morton
Topfer, vice president, west.
Annabelle Stone was to pre-
sent "Nutrition for Energy" on
March 15 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at
the Lauderdale Lakes Branch
Library, 3521 NW 43 Ave.
She is the founder of Anna-
belle's Energy Sources. She has
studied the science of nutrition,
vitamin research, herbs and
herbal remedies, for the past 20
years, throughout the United
States, Canada and the Bahamas
and is a licensed nutritionist.
Honoring Ada Serman are (from left) Dr. Mark Nusbaum and
Sy Burnett, chairmen.
Making a presentation to Ben Grossman (second from left) an
(from left) Leopold Van Blerkom, Century Village Israel Bonds
General Chairman; Mrs. Grossman; entertainer Emil Cohen;
Abe Rosenblatt and George Patraka, co-chairmen.
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The JewUhFloridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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O/i Miami Beach
Rabin Looks Forward to Peace
I look forward, with great
Lfidence, to a peace treaty be-
,>,.ii Lsrai'l and Egypt. Both
jntrifs have gone beyond the
int of no return, and a treaty is
Lvitable. liut when peace does
nil. it will take from five to
v,n \t ^ir> before its effects will
known in both nations."
lured former Israeli Prime
Bnister Yitzhak Rabin at a
hnds Israel
ip Sold Out
Nearly 100 persons will par-
Cipate in an historic journey to
srael with the Florida State of
sracl Bonds Organization,
eparting March 25 and retur-
ning i') South Florida aboard El
\1 Israel Airline's first flight
rom Tel Aviv on April 3.
The mayor of Miami Beach.
)r. Leonard Haber, will lead the
legation which will visit
military installations and will
ariake of numerous specially
ined events. It is expected
[hat the mayor and other
nkgates will meet with top
Fsr.uli leaders including
President Navon. Mayor Haber
has indicated that he will meet
nth t hi' mayor and leaders of
ftamal Gan, near Tel Aviv, which
b a sister city t" Miami Beach.
Milton M. Parson. Israel
Bonds executive director, noted
I nquiries will stil! be ac-
|l i accommodated
il\ it there are cancellations.
ICANDLELIGHTINGl
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Religious
Directory
LAUDERDALE LAKES
3HEL BNAI RAPHAEL TEMPLE
JJ5I West Oakland Park Boulevard
vooern Orthodox Congregation
Raooi Saul D Herman
[EWANU EL TEMPLE. 3425 W Oak
iano Park Blvd. Reform RauOi San
ora m Shapero Cantor Jero.ne
kiement
SUNRISE
6ETH ISRAEL TEMPLE, 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Conservative.
Rabbi Philip a. Labowitz. Cantor
Maurice Neu (42).
SUNRISE JEWISH CENTER, INC. 8049
west Oakland Park Blvd. Conser
vat.ve Rabbi Albert N. Troy. Cantor
Jack Marchant, and Hy Solot, presi
NEBREW CONGREGATION OF LAU
OERHILL, 7048 NW 48th Ave, LU
oerniii Conservative Max Kronish,
| President.
|*MARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
NW 57th st Conservative Rabbi Is
riZimmerman_i44A).
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
PORT LAUDERDALE 4171 Stirling
Rd Orthodox Rabbi Mosne Bomier
PLANTATION
t^TATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION oo S Nob Hill Rd. Liberal
Reform Rabbi Sheldon J Harr (64)
lRf,C,0NSTR0CTIONIST SYNAGOGUE
'473 NW 4th St. Hank Pitt, president.
POMPANO BEACH
"=PLE SHOLOM 132 SE 11th Ave.
r^rv8' ve Rabb' Morri* A Skop.
Cantor Jacob Renjen49)
BR MARGATE
B!7HH|l-LELCONGREGATION 7640
intl'll Blvd' Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Berglas.
^NwG^IEr JEVv|SH CENTER, 6101
TH. St Conservative Rabbi Dr.
>iomon Geld Cantor Max Gallub
rc,.n ^-ORAL SPRINGS
?67, EB B.ETH 0RR- J,s' ^erside
w"ve, Reform. Rabbi Leonard Zoll.
.- DEERFIELD BEACH
vTaa.E lET.H ls**EL at Century
tSaviH. Ea*' Conservative. Rabbi
u*vdBerent (62)
UD, BOCA RATON
Avem,! dBETH EL" SW 4,h
Sing."'' Boca Rd,on R*bbl Mer'* s-
gathering of hundreds of leaders
of the State of Israel Bonds
Organization at the Bonds'
International Inaugural Dinner
on Miami Reach.
Rabin addressed himself to the
multi-national group which came
to honor Dr. George S. Wise,
local philanthropist, industrialist
and educator, who received the
State of Israel Man of the Cen-
tury Award from Sam Rothberg,
international chairman of the
Israel Bonds Organization.
RABIN SAID that it will take
"quite a time" before a durable
peace is achieved in the Middle
Fast. "Fgypt has refused to
separate itself from other Arab
countries, and they continue to
negotiate a bilateral settlement.
Other Arab leaders have not
given President Sadat the power
to negotiate for them.
"The essence of a framework
for peace is three-fold. We will
make peace now with Egypt, but
Israel is making painful con-
cessions in giving up settlements
and land. We have agreed to dis-
agree about certain subjects
which just cannot be decided at
this time. We will approach them
in five years' time, and we need to
continue with a prosperous
economy, but during the tran-
sitional period to peace, there will
still be wide gaps existing." the
former Prime Minister explained.
He added that the benefits of a
peace treaty now are for the
Israelis to experience peace in
realit)
\\ i h ill deal with the problem
of Judea, Samaria, peace with
The Mikado' Slated
Tlu Hawaiian Gardens
I heatrical Group ol Phase One
will present the Gilbert and Sul-
livan operetta. The Mikado, in
Phase One Clubhouse on March
30-31 and April 1. 6, 7 and 8
Reserved seats only. Tickets are
on sale at the clubhouse every
day from in a.m. to noon.
Jordan and Jerusalem in five
years We will postpone all the
stumbling blocks," Rabin noted.
RABIN recnforced his belief
that Israel can maintain its
military strength without en-
tering into a defense pact with
the United States. No American
will ever have to shed a drop of
blood in defense of Israel. We can
take care of it," he emphasized.
The former Prime Minister and
hero of the Six-Day War con-
cluded his remarks by calling for
continued support of the Amer-
ican Jewish community for the
State of Israel Bonds Organiza-
tion.
"We must have the courage
and patience to help Israel estab-
lish itself as an independent
state, living in peace. It's what
we have hoped and dreamed of
for two generations and we hope
you will be with us as you have
always been with us, all the way
along the road."
Man of the Century Award of the State of Israel Bonds
Organization is presented to local industrialist, philanthropist
and educator, Dr. George S. Wise (center), at the International
Inaugural Dinner on Miami Beach. Making the presentation
and thanking Wise for his five decades of exemplary service to
Israel and the Jewish people are former Israel Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin (left) and Sam Rothberg, Israel Bonds' inter-
national chairman.
Sam Lebers Receive Award at Woodlands
Sam and Sylvia Leber received
the State of Israel Bonds Or-
ganization's David lien Gurion
Award in recognition of their
outstanding dedication and
devotion to the Jewish people
and for their support of Israel's
economy.
Presentation was made at the
fifth annual Woodlands Country
Club Community Israel Dinner of
State, March 11 The guesl
speaker was the former Prime
Minister ol Israel. Yitzhak
Rabin
The David Ben Gurion Award
is bestowed upon selected com-
munity leaders whose service and
dedication to Israel reflect the life
and service of Israel's Prime
Minister. The I.ebers have long
been active in local and national
Jewish philanthropic and service
groups. Leber is a founder of the
Junior Jewish Federation of
Chanties in Brooklyn and was a
founder and director of the West
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im and Sylvia Leber
bind temple in Neponsit. \ Y
He was chairman of the Legal
Committee <>t the Woodlands
Homeowners Association and is
active with the Jewish Fed-
eration of Greater Fort Lauder-
dale. That organization honored
him for outstanding community
Entin Named Bonds Chairman
Kdmund Entin, South Florida
civic and community leader, has
been named Chairman of Special
Bank Purchases for the Broward
County State of Israel Bonds Or-
ganization, announced William
Littman. chairman of the Board
of Governors of the Broward
Bonds Organization and Gary R.
Gerson. South Florida General
Campaign Chairman.
In announcing
Kntin's chair-
manship. Gerson
and Littman
noted that his
vast business ex-
perience and his
record of success
on behalf of
many Jewish
communal needs
will be a great
asset to
Entin
his new position as liaison be-
tween Israel Bonds, the Florida
Banking and Fiduciary Com-
mittee and banking institutions
in Broward County.
"The expertise which Edmund
Entin has developed as president
of the Board of Trustees of Beth
Israel Hospital in Passaic, N.J.,
as chairman of the Initial Gifts
campaign and co-chairman of tl.e
United Jewish Appeal campaign
in Passaic, as well as other im-
portant civic and community ser-
vices will add to the success that
is so necessary to help solve
Israel's critical problems," Litt-
man and Gerson declared.
A member of the Board of the
Jewish Federation of Fort
Lauderdale, Entin served as
chairman of
Country Club
campaigns.
the
UJA
Woodlands
and Bonds
leadership.
Mrs. Leber is a member of
Hadassah and a past president of
the National Council of Jewish
Women. She served as chair-
person for a recent Federation
fund-raising dinner. The Lebers
are members of Temple Kmanu-
El of Fort Lauderdale.
General chairman of the Israel
Dinner of State was Jules J.
Bressler. An active participant in
the Israel Bonds Organization,
Bressler was Bonds chairman in
Englewood, N..I active with the
Jewish Federation in Bergen
Count] and a member of the New
Jersej Board of ADL. He was
presented with the Israel Bonds
Jerusalem Award in 19"0.
Ben Roisman was Dinner
chairman for Woodlands. Long
active with the Israel Bonds
Organization he has played
leadership roles on behalf of the
Jewish Federation and other
communal organizations. He is a
member of Temple Emanu-El and
was a recipient of the David Ben
Gurion Award in 1977.
Ted Martin and his society or-
chestra were featured at the
Woodlands Country Club Com-
munity Israel Dinner of State.
President of the Benton
Management Company, Fort
Lauderdale, Entin is former pres-
ident and chief executive officer
of Power Industrial Products, a
multi-division industrial supply
company, headquartered in
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The Jewish Flo.idian of Greaterort Lauderdale
Friday, March 16, igJ

Leadership Mission: Joy, Hope and Heritage
The preliminary itinerary fori
this summer's Jewish Federation
Young Leadership Mission to
Israel, July 5-15, has been
worked out and according to
Mission Co-Chairman, Ron
Schagrin, "We're planning an
incredible 10 days in Israel!"
"Our initial four days in
Jerusalem will give us the op-
portunity of discovering our
heritage," Schagrin commented,
"as we will explore this historic,
fascinating and vital city which
has served as a beacon of li^ht for
our people throughout our
stormy road to modern times."
Schagrin added, "We expect to
meet with high level government
officials who will brief our group
and bring us up-to-date on
matters whose significance will
military operations while B,
to an Israeli Defense Force lav
Dr. Jaffe Observes 30thYear in Rabbinate
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe, Rabbi of
Temple Beth El, is celebrating
his 20th anniversary as spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El, Holly-
wood, and his 30th year in the
Rabbinate.
Dr. Samuel Jaffe
To honor this occasion a
dinner-dance was held at the
Hillcrest Country Club on
Saturday evening, March 3, it
was announced by Temple
president Milton H. Jacobs. Co-
chairpersons for the affair were
Stuart Kallman and Mrs. Harold
Firestone.
Dr. Jaffe was awarded the
honorary degree of Docotor of
Divinity by the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, the American
Institution of higher learning of
Reform Judaism, in 1973. He
holds an MA degree from
Teachers College, Columbia
University and Th.D. from
Burton Seminary.
Dr. Jaffe is immediate past
president of the Southeast
Association of Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis; past
president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami,
and Broward County American
Jewish Committee; founder and
past president of the Hollywood
Clergymen's Fellowship.
He is currently serving a
fourth term as president of the
South Broward Board of Rabbis.
He is on the board of the Jewish
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Jewish Religious School. He is
the recipient of the City of
Hollywood Appreciation Award,
the State of Israel Bonds Award,
and Israel Bonds Jersualem
Award, and the UJA Leadership
Award.
Dr. Jaffe has appeared
frequently on TV and has taught
at Miami-Dade Junior College.
He is currently resident Jewish
Chautauqua Society lecturer at
Barry College, teaching courses
in Jewish Philosophy and
History.
clearly become evident as we visit
Masada, the Golan Heights, the
memorial to the victims of the
Holocaust at Yad Vashem and
partake in a V.I.P. tour and
reception at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem."
JOHL ROTMAN of Coral
Springs is the Missions other co- on our historic journey
chairman. He expressed his Accommodations in Jerusafc
feelings that "our Mission will be at the King David Hot?
chance to see the and in Tel Aviv the mmJ
I look forward to discovering
charm and grace that ii u
today."
Both Schagrin and Rotto
anticipate a "joyous experiaj
for all who choose to particpau
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represents a
achievements of our people in
Israel and to share their hopes
and dreams."
After we leave Jerusalem."
Uotinan related, "we will visit a
Kibbutz called Klar llaruf and
share an evening with the
Kibbutznicks. Then we will
proceed U> Tel Aviv, and during
our time there we will delve into
the days of the crusades as we
visit Ceasaria and ACCO, and
familiarize ourselves with Israel's
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