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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Volume 8 Number 19
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, September 14, 1979
Fnd MMM
Price 35 Cents
Begin, Sadat Meeting Fails to Resolve Autonomy Issue
HAIFA There wan the
clinking of glasses here in toasts
by Israel Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and Egypt's
President Answer Sadat as they
ended three days of conferences
on the issues between the two
countries to be settled as part of
the peace treaty they signed last
March.
Sadat, a devout Mohammedan,
merely went through the toasting
motions, drinking nothing to seal
the friendship both leaders
repeatedly said exists in growing
steadfastness between them-
selves and their two countries.
BUT PRESIDENT Sadat an-
nounced that he intended to
shunt the waters of the Nile off
into Israel's Negev desert when
he pipes the water under the Suez
Canal in 1980 to irrigate the Sinai
Peninsula.
"Sinai will not be isolated
anymore," Sadat amid. "So why
not send some of this sweet water
to the Negev?"
Prime Minister Begin
One of the consequences of the
meeting between Sadat and
Begin was the growing awareness
that the two countries can tome
to terms without an American
President Sadat
presence. Also, they decided to
serve as their own overseers, in
the form of joint Egyptian-Israeli
patrols, as Israel withdraws from
the Sinai Peninsula.
Rabbi Solomon GW and the newly weds: Alvina and Loyva Nudmanov.
Two Russian emigres, a
beautiful, 19-year-old blonde with
a charming smile, and a hand-
some, sturdy black-haired man,
stood under a cAupoA, listened
attentively as the rabbi welcomed
lhem in Hebrew, then continued
w'th the traditional wedding
ceremony in Hebrew, English,
Yiddish and a little bit of
Russian, to the point where he
Prompted them to repeat after
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him as each placed a ring on the
other's hand: "With this ring I
do thee wed."
Then came the shattering of a
glass by the bridegroom, and
Rabbi Solomon Geld of Margate
Jewish Center intoned: "By the
uuthority vested in me by the
state of Florida and in accord
with the laws of the state of
Florida and of Moses and Israel,
I pronounce you. Alvina' Naslov
und Loyva Nudmanov. with my
great joy, man and wife."
A mighty "mazel tov" came
forth from the 80-some relatives,
friends and guests invited to the
ceremony by congregants of
Margate JC, particularly Israel
Ilesnikoff. a past president of the
synagogue, and his wife, Berte,
who were responsible for
arranging the wedding and
reception that followed.
RESNIKOFF, co-chairman
with Leon Messing of the
Russian Resettlement Committee
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, noted
that it was Broward County's
first wedding of Russian emigres
resettled in recent months by the
committee and being absorbed
into the community with the aid
of staff and volunteers of the
Jewish Family Service. He was
delighted with the turnout for the
wedding, despite the threat, at
that time, of Hurricane David on
Sunday, Sept. 2.
And promptly at 5 p.m., to the
taped music of "Sunrise, Sun-
set," the wedding procession
through the synagogue started,
led by Alvina's 14-year-old
brother, Valery, and their
grandmother, Jennie Spevak.
Continued on Page 2
AT THE same time, Sadat
emphasized the need for a
solution to the Palestinian
problem if the peace process is to
continue toward normalization.
Also dividing the two leaders was
discussion of the future of
Jerusalem.
At a meeting for newspaper
editors here, Sadat emphasized
his entire satisfaction with the
negotiations thus far, but
reiterated his belief that it w.i-
"essential" that the Palestine
join the peace process.
Said Sadat: "The most i-i
portant achievement of my visit
is that we have cemented our
agreements at Camp David and
the peace treaty between Egypt
Continued on Page 5
It's Tradition
Russian Emigres Wed at Margate
Best wishes for a year of peace,
progress and renewal for you
and your loved ones and for all of Israel
from the officers and staff
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale
Jewish Year 5740
Judaica High School
To Start Sept 18
Greater Fort Lauderdale's
Judaica High School, sponsored
by the Board of Jewish
Education of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, the Central Agency
for Jewish Education (CAJE)
and participating synagogues
and temples in north Broward
County, begins the first of three
10- week semesters Tuesday
evening, Sept. 18, at the Jewish
Community Center of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, Perlman
Campus, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.,
Plantation.
Early registration and class
selection by eighth through
twelfth graders took place earlier
this week. Registration, however,
continues next Tuesday with
start of classes in the Judaica
High School which will be under
the supervision of Rabbi Shimon
Azulay, high school coordinator
for CAJE; Sandy Andron, youth
programming director, CAJE;
Abraham J. Gittelson. newly-
appointed director of education
for the Jewish Federation, with
Phyllis Chudnow, chairperson of
the Federation's Education
Committee.
Strong support for the Judaica
High School's courses of study to
be offered Tuesday evenings from
7 to 9 p.m. and special intensive
Hebrew classes for those in-
terested to be held Wednesday
evenings, was expressed by Leo
Goodman, president of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, and Executive
Director Leslie S. Gottlieb.
THE CLASSES offered for
eighth and ninth graders include
subjects such as The Book of
Genesis, The Five Scrolls. The
Jewish Catalogue, Comparative
Judaism, Jewish Current Events,
The Women in Judaism, Jewish
Answer to Missionary at the
Door, Ethics of the Fathers.
Hebrew Ulpan.
A special program is planned
for tenth, eleventh and twelfth
graders, for which they will
receive college credit accepted in
universities throughout the
United States. These courses
include Politics of the Middle
East, and Jewish Short Story.
In a message to parents of
teenagers, the Federation's
Education Committee Chair-
person Phyllis Chudnow noted
that by attending classes once a
week for two hours, the students
gel a chance to savor six different
courses in the space of a year in
four major areas of Bible,
Religion, History, Philosophy-
Ethics-Law, plus a wide range of
courses from which students may
select to fill gaps in their Jewish
education. Judaica High School
will hold graduation exercises
and award diplomas to students
completing a minimum of four
years of Judaic studies. Total
cost for the school is $75 per
student.
See related story Page 12.
Quotable Quotes
The dream of Zion restored, the anticipation, the reality .
the essence of Jewish life, the future is ours if we exercise
leadership.
Frank R. Lanteabatg, President
United Jewish Appeal
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Loyva, whose parents migrated I
to Israel and who has been living
with cousins in Lauderhill,
followed, accompanied by his
"best man," Sy Vinokor, one of
the volunteer interpreters of
Russian recruited by the
Federation to aid the Russians,
and his wife.
Alvina s parents, Raia and
Jerry Naslov, also living in
Lauderhill, preceded their
daughter who was dressed in a
floor-length white gown with a
trailing veil.
All proceeded to the chupah
held by Harry Survis, Louis
Irvine and Samuel Singer of the
host congregation and Max
Kronish. president of Hebrew
Congregation of Lauderhill, and
when all were assembled. Rabbi
Geld welcomed them into House
of the Lord in Hebrew. Chanting
in Hebrew, and conducting the
service in English, Hebrew,
Yiddish and a little bit of
Russian, the rabbi added a
homily on the fact that so many
other immigrants have come to
the U.S., urging them "to
nurture the promise of this
moment."
Resnikoff and his wife were
aided by Sally and Louis Levine
and Shirley and Milton Lavender
in preparing the tables for the
kiddish and the food for the
guests. Margate's "minyonaires"
added to the festivities by
presenting the couple with a
money gift to get them started on
their married life.
Alvina, who speaks a little
English, and her 30-year-old
husband, who is a welder at
Farmers Mfg. Co. in Pompano
Beach, will live with her parents
until they can get an apartment
of their own. The young couple
migrated from Moldavia Soviet
Socialist Republic but never met
until three months ago when
Loyva was on hand to help the
Naslovs move into their apart-
' ment in Lauderhill. Loyva had
been a crew member on a Soviet
submarine for a time before
getting his exit visa. Alvina was
i a typist at a prison.
Temple Beth Israel
Has Anniversary
The first anniversary of
Temple Beth Israel, Deerfield
Beach, in their new edifice, Aug.
17, was attended by 900 persons.
Founded in 1975 by a very
small group of dedicated Century
Village residents, the temple has
grown to a membership of 1,700
with a waiting list of 750.
The anniversary services were
led by Joseph Pollack, cantor,
and Irving Goldman, chairman of
the Religious Committee. Joseph
Lovy, president of the temple,
congratulated the membership
for their tremendous support
toward establishing Temple Beth
Israel "as one of the most out-
standing synagogues in South
Florida."
The Oneg Shabbat was spon-
sored by the Sisterhood and
Brotherhood of the temple.
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Golden
Mr. Mark Davis
Under the "chupah" held by Louis Levine, Max Kronish, Harry
Servus and Samuel Singer.
In the wedding party: Mr. and Mrs. Israel Resnikoff, Mr. and Mrs. Sy Vinokor, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Naslov and their son Valery.
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In the Jewish month of Tishri,
approximately 3800 years ago, an
event took place that had a profound
affect on the conscience of humanity.
It established the principle that
Man alone is responsible for preserving
the gift of freedom granted to him by
God at the Creation.
The experience of the patriarch
Abraham, the father of the Jewish
people, launched a new era of human
understanding. For Abraham's will-
ingness to sacrifice his most cherished
possession,his son Isaac, on behalf of
his faith and ideals, gave man a new
direction and purpose for life.
The Biblical story of Abraham's
triumph, therefore, is not merely an
account of the test of the strength of
one man's convictions and prepared-
ness to act on behalf of what he
believed. It is a test all humanity must
be ready to face. For freedom to live,
develop and worship as one chooses is a
gift not easily acquired, and once
obtained, often requires sacrifice to
maintain.
If humanity is unprepared to meet
its obligations to preserve freedom, it
may ultimately lose it.
Rosh Hashana, the solemn Jewish
New Year,reaffirms the principle
established nearly 4000 years ago, that
Man's destiny to be free lies in his
own hands.
As the Shof ar is sounded on Rosh
Hashana, it summons humanity to
unite in the cause of freedom and jus-
tice. It bids mankind to heed the pleas
of all who suffer from oppression and
slavery. It rekindles the spirit of hope
and peace for humanity.
It evokes the day in which Man met
his soul.
It's what makes us Jews.
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New Year 5740
The sunset touches the ancient walls and turns
them into gold. Another day has passed in
Jerusalem. So has another year. As Jews will hurry
to the Western Wall and synagogues for prayer to
greet the Year 5740, their hopes and wishes will
mingle with apprehension; for Jerusalem, the
Eternal Capital of Israel, is still a bone of contention.
Most nations still deny Israel the right to
exercise its sovereignty over the reunited capital, and
as more Jewish roots appear from under the cen-
turies-old debris, the world becomes more frustrated
rather than more convinced.
As Rosh Hashanah comes upon us, for the
Israeli it is his country's expulsion from UNESCO as
a punishment for "altering the character of
Jerusalem" with which he must reckon. No other
people is denied the recognition of its nationhood or
of its capital city as is Israel in the halls of the United
Nations.
Here, in America, the Outgoing Year for the
Jewish community was inextricably entwined with
the fate of Israel's future. The growing cancer of
petrodiplomacy has shifted our own nation's balance
of interest toward Arab pressures with respect to
Israel. And, indeed, on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, it
seemed clear that the United States has embarked
upon an equally inextricable course of recognizing
the Palestinian cause, whether or not the PLO alters
its chartered policy of extermination for Israel.
The resignation of Andrew Young as U.S.
Ambassador to the United Nations was triggered by
this new American petropolicy, which thus far is
schizophrenic in its course. On the one hand, Pales-
tinian recognition is in the offing; on the other,
Young was forced to resign because he covertly held
meetings with PLO representatives toward this end.
Or perhaps not so covertly.
Another offshoot of the Young affair was a well-
coordinated public relations campaign announcing
the Black American community's determination that
there must be a rift between itself and the American
Jewish community on the pretext that Young's
resignation was as a consequence of President
Carter's knuckling under to "Zionist influences."
It is hard to see the outgoing year in America
apart from the impact of Israel on us all. Only peace
between Israel and Egypt offered the quiet hope
that, in the end, Israel will be spared the agony of
further world alienation and further American
chastisement.
But, as American Jews, Rosh Hashanah fore-
shadows continuing struggle against the ominously
anti-Semitic notion in our midst that Israel is at the
root of all our troubles at home, and that the way to
solve them is to wash Israel right out of the nation's
hair.
The eternal prayer on Rosh Hashanah, who shall
live who shall die?, means perhaps more in 5740
for Jewry than it has in a long time.
Sovietization of the Middle East
In effect, the new approach that the Carter
administration and the State Department are taking
will set a seal upon the Sovietization of the Middle
East. Why countries like Saudi Arabia, Jordan and
other such bastions of personal oppression are for the
achievement of this goal is another question.
But what we must come to see is the strategic
and tactical significance of Israel to America's vital
interests in that region of the world. It is absolutely
spurious to argue that support of Israel makes
American interests untenable there. That is PLO
propaganda and State Department hokum. Quite the
opposite is true.
The Havana meeting showed up the Arafat-
Palestinian role in all its significance. If we fail to see
it now, we fail our own country.
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friendships and the joy ot old ties with those
you love and surmounting them all,
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Officers Installed for New JWV Post


Tamarac Mayor Walter W.
Falck welcomed 250 veterans and
guests for the installation
ceremonies in mid-August when
Edward Goldberg Post 519 of the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.
and its Ladies Auxiliary of
Tamarac and vicinity received its
charter and installed its first
officers.
State Commander Alvin F.
Rose and Mrs. Harold Uhr, past
department president of the
Florida-JWV Auxiliary, installed
Charles Pace of Tamarac and
Sybil Swirsky of Sunrise as
commander and president,
respectively, of the new post and
auxiliary.
Other Post officers are Willard
Zweig, senior vice commander;
Sam Schwartz, first junior vice
commander; Sol Brand, second
junior vice commander; Irving
Levine, quartermaster; Joseph
Kessler, adjutant; Herbert
Rosenberg, chaplain; Norman
Mintzer, officer of the day;
Milton Blum, judge advocate;
Sol Goldberg and Harold
Trietsch, insurance officers;
Morris Prushick, service officer,
and Owen Alexander, en-
tertainment officer.
Other auxiliary officers are
Jean Bledy, vice president;
Estelle Einhorn, junior vice
president; Peggy Kramer,
corresponding secretary; Rena
Kessler, recording secretary;
Reba Zweig, treasurer; Florence
Mednick, chaplain; Mildred
Harris, patriotic instructor;
Fannie Rothstein, conductress.
State Commander Rose gave a
report on his attendance at the
White House for a briefing on
SALT II and Past National JWV
Commander Ainslee spoke of the
increased activity of hate groups
"trying to undermine our
country."
By CARL T. ROWAN
Editor's Note: This article, by
the Black commentator Carl T.
Rowan, was originally published
in the Washington Star."
The Ivory Coast ambassador
to the United Nations gave a
speech recently that didn't make
a single front page in America.
But that speech could be more
important than most of the head-
lines you've read lately.
Ambassador Amoakon
Thiemele said simply that the
time has come for Black African
countries to renew diplomatic
relations with Israel.
All major African countries,
and all minor ones except
Malawi, Swaziland and Lesotho,
broke relations with Israel in
1973 during the Yom Kippur
War. But the Camp David accord
produced new thinking in Africa,
with several important African
countries telling the U.S. that if
Egypt and Israel signed a peace
treaty, those countries would
resume relations with Israel.
This is important in terms of
world peace, world trade and the
economies of Egypt, Israel and
the United States.
Thiemele was really trying to
throw Black Africa behind the
Egyptian-Israeli treaty. He was
saying to Arab and Palestine
Liberation Organization (PLO)
extremists: "Egypt is Africa and
its President Sadat is African.
Black Africa will support them."
If the Ivory Coast envoy really
does speak for most Black
African states, this is a sub-
stantial gain for Egypt, Israel
and the United States. It is now
widely known that most of the
Arab world, including wealthy
Saudi Arabia, has attempted to
make Egypt an international
outcast and Sadat a pariah all
because he dared to sign a peace
treaty with Israel.
Black Africa cannot replace the
economic aid that Saudi Arabia
might deny Sadat, but it can help
him retain the hope and inter-
national reputation that will
enable him to get financial help
elsewhere.
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Continued from Page 1
and" Israel, and we are ready
together, Menachem and I, to
face whatever comes," Sadat told
the editors.
"WHATEVER COMES"
meant the continuing Arab
enmity toward his initiative
which has been complicated, by
the fact that Iraq and Syria are
caught in domestic turmoil, and
Algeria is in trouble over the
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Sadat meanwhile offered to play
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SYNAGOGUE Friday, Sept. 21 Erev RoshHashanah Saturday, Sept. 22 First Day RoshHashanah Sunday, Sept. 23 Second Day Rosh Hasnanah Sunday, Sept. 30 Koi Nldre 1------------------------' Monday. Oct. 1 YomKlppur
OM B'nai Raptiael At the Temple and at Oakland Park Banquet Hall 7 p.m. a.m. a.m. 4:45p.m. :30a.m. l2noonYiskor 10 a.m.
f Emanu-EI: Reformat Parker Playhoute lp.m. 10 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Children at the Temple p.m. 2:15 Children at Playhouse 3 p.m. Visitor and Neilah
Emanu-EI: Traditional At me Temple 7:30p.m. a.m. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 9 a.m. 11:30 Yhkor 3 30 Afternoon 5:00 Neilah
Beth Israel, Sunrlte p.m. a.m./6.45p.m. a.m. 6:30p.m. 9 a.m.
Sunrise JC 7 p.m. :30a.m. :30a.m. 6 p.m. 9a.m.
Hebrew Congregation 6:30p.m. a.m./7:30 p.m. a.m. /7:30p.m. 6:30p.m. 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Torah Tamarac JC 7:30p.m. a.m. 9a.m. 6:30p.m. 9 a.m.
Temple Koi Ami Plantation JC 4:30p.m. (1st) :4Sp.m. (2nd) 9 a.m. (1st) 11:45a.m. (2nd) 2:30 Children 10:30a.m. 6:30p.m. (1st) :45p.m. (2nd) 9 a.m. (1st) il:45a.m. (2nd) 2:30 Children 4:lSYiskor/ Neilah
Reconstruct lonist at Diecke Auditorium 1 p.m. 10 a.m. 10 a.m. p.m. 10 a.m. ll:30a.m. Vlskor
Bern Hinei 7:30 pm. :30a.m. /7:30p.m. :30a.m. '7:30p.m. 6p.m. :30a.m. 11:30 Vlskor p.m. Neilah
Margate JC 7 p.m. :30a.m. /7p.m. :30a.m. 6:30 p.m. 9a.m.
Sholom 7:30 p.m. a.m. 9a.m. 7p.m. 9a.m. li Yiskor
BethOrrat Coral Springs High School except p.m. Sept. 22 at the Temple 6:30p.m. (1st) p.m. (2nd) 9 a.m. (1st) 11:30 a.m. (2nd) p.m. at Temple H1.n1. 4:30p.m. (1st) 9 p.m. (2nd) 9 a.m. (1st) 11:30(2nd) 2 p.m. Study 3:30 Yiskor Neilah
Beth Israel, Century Village 7 p.m. a.m./6:45p.m. a.m. /7p.m. 4:50p.m. a.m. 4 p.m. Mine ha
Beth El. Boca Raton 6p.m. (1st) :30p.m. (2nd) 10 a.m. 2:30p.m. Family 4 p.m. (1st) :30p.m. (2nd) 10 a.m. (1st) 12:15 p.m. (2nd) 1:30 Afternoon 2:30 Yiskor
Traditional Synagogue of Inverrary at The Bridge Club 6:45 p.m. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 9a.m. 7p.m. 4:45p.m. 9 a.m. 12 Yiskor
Young Israel of Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale 6:55 p.m. :00 a.m. 8:00a.m. 6:15p.m. v;00a.m. 10:45a.m. Yiskor 6:00 p.m. Neilah

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OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL TEMPLE.
4351 West Oakland Park Boulevard.
Modern Orthodox Congregation.
Murray Brick man, president.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 3245 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi
Jeffrey Ballon. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
SUNRISE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE, 'IN W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Conservative.
Rabbi Philip A. LatwwitL Canter
Maurict New .
SUNRISE JEWISH CENTER, INC.at*
West Oakland Park Blvd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Albert N. Trey.
Cantor Jack Merchant, and Hy Satef
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M?fS;W CONORBOATION OP
LAUPKRH'LL, 2*4 NW |tk Ave..
Lauderhili. Conservative. Max
K ronith, president
TAMARAC
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9101
NW 57th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman
HOLLYWOOD
YOUNG ISRAEL OP HOLLYWOOD
PORT LAUDERDALE. 4171 Stk-ltof
Rd Orthodox. RafeM Moshe Gamier
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE
GAT ION. $200 Peters Rd. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr.
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNAGOGUE
'473 NW 4tk St. Hank PHI, president.
POMPANO BEACH
TEMPLE SHOLOM 132 SE lit* Ay.
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MARGATE
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Margate Blvd. Conservative. RabM
Jeseak Berglas.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER, tlal
NW tfh St Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
tatoeees Oskt Ctttm Max Gallea.
CORAL SPRINGS
TEMPLE BETH ORR, 21 ft Riverside
Driva, Reform. Rabbi Leonard ZeN.
DEER FIELD BEACH
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL at Century
Village East. Conservative. RabM
David Bar ant
BOCA RATON
TEMPLE BETH EL, 3JJ SW 4th
A venae, Boca Raton. RabM Mark* S.
Sam B. Topf, prep: .ent of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Society for Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology,
announced that a national dinner
of the American Technion
Society in honor of Henry Ford
will be held Sept. 26 at the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New
York City.
The Henry Ford II Fund for
Research in Transportation has
been established by the American
Federal Grants
Are Approved
Congressman Edward J. Stack
(D., Fort Lauderdale) has an-
nounced approval of three federal
grants affecting this area.
One is a $2,209,487 grant for
the reconstruction of the main
runway at the Fort Lauderdale -
Hollywood International Airport,
and for improvement in the
lighting system at the airport.
A grant of S4.220.0OO was
approved for the purchase of 35
new, advanced designed buses to
assist the elderly and the handi-
capped in getting on and off.
A grant from the Department
of the Interior for $208,729 was
approved for the development of
a 48.45 acre, all-purpose rec-
reational park in western Oak-
land Park.
Technion Society, it was i
nounced by Alexander Hassan of
Washington, D.C., ATS
president. The United States-
based fund will focus on trans-
portation and related problems
common to all countries of the
Middle East.
Additional details on the
dinner may be secured from the
Southeastern Regional offices of
Technion in the City National
Bank Building, 300 71st St.,
Miami Beach.
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TEMPLE EM ANU EL
Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon, assisted
by Cantor Jerome Klement, will
conduct Selichot services at 11
Saturday night, Sept. 15, at
Temple Emanu-El, 3245 W.
Oakland Park Boulevard, Fort
LauderdaR
Members of the temple and
prospective members are invited
to attend a reception at 9 30 p.m.
preceding the service, sponsored
by the Sisterhood.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Temple Beth Orr, 2151
Riverside Drive, Coral Springs, is
having a Membership Orien-
tation Evening on Sunday. Sept.
16, at 7:30 p.m. All non-members
are welcome to attend. Refresh-
ments will be served. For further
information call Temple Beth
Orr.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
Temple Beth Israel, 7100 West
Oakland Park Boulevard,
Sunrise, will hold open house on
Sunday, Sept. 16. from 10 a.m. to
noon. The rabbi, cantor, officers
and presidents of various arms of
Temple Beth Israel will be
present. Refreshments will be
served.
SUNRISE
JEWISH CENTER
On Saturday night, Sept. 15 at
10 p.m. Selichot services will be
held at Sunrise Jewish Center,
H049 W. Oakland Park Blvd.,
conducted by Rabbi Albert Troy
and Cantor Jack Marchant. The
Sisterhood of the temple will
sponsor the collation before
services.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Black are
sponsoring the Oneg Shabbat
following the 8 p.m. Friday. Sept.
14, worship service at Temple
Sharey Tzedek, Sunrise Jewish
Center, 8049 Oakland Park Blvd..
in honor of their 50th wedding
anniversary. Rabbi Albert N.
Troy and Cantor Jack Marchant
wdl officiate.
TEMPLE SHOLOM
Temple Sholom of Pompano
Beach, 132 SE 11th Ave., the
only conservative synagogue in
northeast Broward, announces a
new membership drive to
coincide with the upcoming High
Holy Days celebrating the
Jewish New Year 5740.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and
Cantor Jacob J, Renzer conduct
Friday night services at 8,
followed by an Oneg Shabbat;
Sabbath morning services are at
9 followed by a Sabbath Kid-
dush. Midweek services on
Mondays and Thursdays at 8:45
a.m. are conducted at the chapel
by Minyonaires.
Hebrew and Religious School
accepts children from nursery
(four years of age) through con-
education. Adult education
classes are also conducted. The
social and cultural branches:
Sisterhood, Men's Club, Young
Couples Club and United
urination. The school is staffed Synagogue Youth promote the
by professional teachers certified meeting of new friends and assist
in all phases of Hebrew in the growth of the temple.
Membership in the temple
provides each member family
'with two seats for the High Holy
Days. New members, joining
before the Holy Days, will be
given a free one year membership
in the Temple Men's Club. Call
the temple office.
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welcome two boys into the
congregation at Bar Mitzvah
services on Saturday morning,
Sept. 15: Jeff Martin, son of
Doris and David Martin, and
Scott Senft, son of Cynthia and
Sheldon Senft.
F.arlier this month, Jacquline
Gordon, daughter of Diane and
Hy Cordon, became a Bat
Mitzvah, and Jack Schrold. son
of Edith and Jay Schrold, became
a liar Mitzvah at temple services.
Michael Oshins, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Allan Oshins. will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Recon-
structionist Synagogue services
at 10 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 15.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdak________
Friday, September H.J979
VA Outpatient
Clinic Clears Hurdle
Congressman Edward J.
Stack's announcement that the
White House has agreed to bis
request to waive a requirement
that the Veteran's Outpatient
Clinic be built in downtown Fort
Lauderdale, moves the long-
promised and long-awaited clinic
a step nearer reality.
The Fort Lauderdale
Democrat, who held numerous
meetings with officials of the
Veteran's Administration, the
General Services Administration
and the White House, said he
hopes the one-story, 42,000
square foot clinic can be com-
pleted by late 1980 or early 1981.
Congressman Stack said the
VA outpatient clinic will, in all
probability, be built within an
area picked out by a special site
selection committee. The com-
mittee selected an area bounded
Comics
Under Fire
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Jewish Community Relations
Council's Task Force on
Missionary Activity issued an
alert, warning parents to watch
for Christian missionary comic
books being distributed to
Jewish youth.
According to Dr. Seymour
Lachman, Task Force chairman,
reports have come from many
Jewish homes and camps of the
dissemination of Spirer Christian
Comics to Jewish children. These
comic books feature well-known
cartoon characters, and subtly
suggest that youngsters accept
Christianity as their "true
religion."
IN MANY cases, Jewish
youngsters have been easily
deceived by these comics, not
knowing their true intent, Lach-
man said. He identified one of the
sources of these publications as a
Christian Comics publishing firm
located in Old Tappen, N.J.
For two years, area veterans,
most of whom Uve in the western
section of Broward County, have
been fighting with government
officials, without success, to have
the clinic located nearer their
homes. Stack, after being elected
to the Congress, went to bat for
the veterans and convinced the
White House to waive the
requirements.
The General Services
Administration had been in-
sisting the federal facility be built
in the downtown area, citing a
policy designed to stimulate the
rehabilitation of urban sections.
Congressman Stack said that
federal officials told him the
policy was being waived, in part,
because Broward County has no
single, well-defined business
district.
"I hope this is the final
roadblock we will encounter
before we get down to the serious
business of getting it built,"
Stack said.
Congressman Stack said that
in being successful in getting the
White House to waive the
restrictions, "we have won a
major victory. We are now just a
short distance from obtaining
exactly what we wanted."
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WECARE:
by McNab Road on the north,
Sunrise Boulevard on the south,
Pine Island Road on the west,
and Dixie Highway on the east.
Congressman Stack said he
hopes the project will be going
out to bids shortly, "and I pun to
monitor the whole procedure
every bit of the way so there will
be no further delays," he said.
The new Broward VA clinic is
expected to give tremendous
relief to the Miami and Riviera
Beach VA facilities which have
been receiving about 285,000
patients a year.
Gathering 745 pairs of eyeglasses to be shipped to New Eyes for the Needy are (left to right)
Frank Morgano, Sylvia linger, and Belle Stone, among the volunteers working with Mildred
Tell, volunteer chairperson of this WECARE project, and WECARE's Volunteer General
Chairperson Sally Rodin.
Once again the people of Needy. Short Hills, N.J., to be
Broward County have demon- distributed worldwide to people
who could not otherwise afford
them. Mildred Tell, chairperson
of this project, has already
started collecting discarded
eyeglasses for the next shipment.
Donors of glasses and those
interested in joining in this effort
should call her.
strated their concern for the less
fortunate, according to Sally
Radin, general chairman of the
WECARE Volunteer Service
Program.
She reported that 745 pairs of
used eyeglasses have been
shipped to New Eyes for the
WECARE is also involved in
collecting discarded hearing aids
for the Broward County Hearing
and Speech Association. They
will be repaired and given to
needy in Broward County. Drop-
off point is the Jewish Com-
munity Center, or call Linda
Murray, corrdinator at JCC's
satellite office in the Jewish
Federation building.
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WILL IT BE A
We hear the shofar sound, and we
repeat the ancient formula. "May you
be inscribed for a good year." But as
you celebrate the High Holidays, ask
yourself: Will it be a good year...
.. .forJews emigrating from Russia,
from Iran, from areas of Jewish distress
all over the world seeking new life in
Israel, or here in the U.S.?
.. .for the thousands of earlier immi-
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YEAR?
grants to Israel, and their children-
whole generations not yet absorbed
into the nation's mainstream?
.. .for the less fortunate Jews in our
own community the single parent
trying to cope with a new life... the
breadwinner out of work at mid-career
... rebellious young people and
fatherless teenagers... dependent
older people?
irs up to us.
IF YOU REALLY WISH A GOOD YEAR TO ALL THE FAMILY
OF ISRAEL-MAKE THE WISH MEAN SOMETHING,
WITH A PLEDGE TO OUR 1980 CAMPAIGN.
NOW.
Jewish Federation
LEO GOODMAN
President
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LESLIE GOTTLIEB
Executive Director

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A preventive cardio-vascular | can continue exercising with the
fitness program of individually I group on his own with phys-ed
prescribed aerobic exercises willj staff supervision,
begin in mid-October at the
Greater Fort Lauderdale Jewish The medical staff associated
Community Center's new facility wjth the program includes Drs.
at the Perlman Campus, 6501 Stanley Frankowitz, John
Sunrise Blvd. '
Thesing, David Saltzman and
Neil Tyler.
Open to JCC members, the
program fee is $135, which covers
the hospital stress test, coun-
seling, and a supervised exercise
program._____________________
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A Happy New Year ToAU
Applications for the new
program, consisting of three
weekday sessions for 10 weeks
under the direction of the center's
physical education staff and four
physicians, are being accepted
now by Ed Basan, JCC physical
education director.
He said the program is
designed to encourage adults,
generally 35 years of age and
older, who may be overweight,
" smokers, or in poor physical
condition, to become involved in
exercises that will direct them
toward maximum cardio-vascular
fitness.
Those interested in "a
healthier, trimmer" body should
call Basan at the center for an
interview. Applicants accepted
will get a stress test at Doctors
Hospital administered by the
medical staff. The test win be
reviewed to determine the
prescribed amount of physical
activities for the individual to
undertake. Heart rate and
progress will be recorded and
evaulated throughout the 10
weeks and then the individual
'Hecksher'
from BKS
Broward Kosher Supervision
Inc. (Broward Vaad Hakashrut),
chaired by Rabbi Dr. Morton
Malavsky with Rabbi Dr. Tibor
H. Stern as rabbinic supervision
chairman and Rabbi Dr. Carl
Klein as representative of rab-
binical groups and liaison to the
County Board of Consumers
Affairs Division, announced its
endorsement and supervision of
the following establishments:
Aviva Manor Nursing Home,
Bagelman's, Diamond Caterers,
Empire Kosher Market, Harvey's
Kosher Meats, Hollywood
Kosher Meats, Howies Kosher
Meats, Israel Kosher Pizza,
Savoni Bakery, Shalom Caterers,
Springwater Cookie Co.,
Suburban Bakery, Syon Meats,
Towne House Caterers, West
Hollywood Kosher Meats & Deli.
vin Orleans, chairman of
the board and chief executive
officer of FPA Corporation,
has been named Man of the
Year by the Rea. Estate Sales
Directors of Florida IRES-
DOF). The award was pre-
sented to Orleans during the
installation banquet at Palm-
Air* Country Club, Pompano
Beach, Sept. 5.
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B'naiB'rith to
Honor Bill Markham
Wilbam ("Bill") Markham,
property appraiser for Broward
County, will be the 1979 recipient
of B nai Bnth's Great American
Traditions Award, at a dinner-
ball in his honor, on Sunday, Oct.
28. at the Diplomat Hotel,
Hollywood.
"B'nai B'rith is honored to
give this coveted award to such
an outstanding citizen," an-
nounced Jack J. Spitzer. in-
ternational president of the
service organization. "His
dedication to his office, com-
munity and the youth, is
demonstrated through a broad
spectrum of endeavors and ac-
complishments."
Proceeds from the event go to
support B'nai B'rith s multi-
faceted youth program, with a
wide range of cultural, religious
and civic activities in Florida and
throughout the nation.
Active in many civic and
philanthropic organizations,
Markham has received six
national awards for innovative
contributions to the assessing
profession, and the "Good
Government" and
"Distinguished Service" awards
from the Junior Chamber of
Commerce.
Leonard Farber. has been
named general chairman of the
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Workshops Begin for Hebrew Teachers stone tomments onjtenjce^
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Florida's U.S. Sen. Richard
Stone, who returned to Washing-
ton following the August recess
of Congress, informed The
Associated Press that "people
are ready to pay higher prices (for
gas) if they can be assured of
supply."
He and other senators in-
In attendance at the initial meeting of the Council of Rabbis and Educational Directors of
North Broward1 arranged by Phyllis Chudnow, chairman of the board of Jewish Education of
the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale, and Abraham J. Gittelson, newly-appointed
director of education for the Federation (standing left to right): Sandy Andron, youth program-
ming director, Central Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE); Rabbi Shimon Azulay, high
school director, CAJE; Stanley Cohen, educational director, Temple Beth Israel; Mrs.
Chudnow; Gittelson; Leslie S. Gottlieb, executive director, Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale; Gladys Schelicher, educational director, Temple Emanu-El, and Rabbi Jeffrey
Ballon of Temple Emanu-El. Seated: Moshe Ezry, educational director, Stephanie King, high
school director, Rabbi Sheldon Harr, and Phyllis Carr, chairman of the Education Committee,
all of Plantation Jewish Center; and Laura Zimmerman, administrator, Hebrew School,
Tamarac Jewish Center.
The first of a series of work-
shops and in-service programs for
teachers of Hebrew early child-
hood, weekday, day schools and
after-school religious classes,
emphasizing new insights for the
Jewish holidays in fall, was well-
attended earlier this month at
Plantation Jewish Center Con-
gregation Kol Ami.
Sponsored by the Council of
Rabbis and Educational
Directors of North Broward
County, in conjunction with the
Board of Jewish Education of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale and the Central
Agency for Jewish Education
(CAJE), the initial session in-
cluded workshops on hands-on
craft, symbols and systems of the
High Holy Days which begin at
sundown Friday, Sept. 21, with
the start of the Jewish New Year
5740. and conclude with the
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and Simchat Torah, Sunday, Oct.
14.
Phyllis Chudnow, chairperson
of Federation's board of
education, and Abraham J.
Gittelson, Federation's director
of education, reported that work-
shop attendance will be credited
for Hebrew teacher licenses. The
latter was among the workshop
leaders, along with Harriet
Lapidus, art instructor of the
Institute for Jewish Studies,
CAJE; Dr. Deborah Lerer,
CAJE's director of special
studies; Rabbi Leonard Zoll of
Temple Beth Orr in Coral
Springs; Shula Ben David, Ulpan
supervisor for CAJE, and
Stephanie King, director of
Temple Kol Ami's high school
program.
Mrs. Chudnow expressed her
appreciation for the turnout of 42
teachers from Kol Ami, Recon-
structionist Congregation,
Temple Emanu-El, Temple Beth
Israel, Temple Beth Orr, Hebrew
Day School of Greater Fort
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German Publisher Springer
Raps Bonn Policy Shift
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london Chronicle Syndicate
*jONN West Germany's
changed Middle East policy from
a balanced" one to a pro-Arab
course has been strongly
criticized by Axel Springer, the
%est German newspaper
publisher.
Writing in one of his own
newspapers, Welt am Sonntag
(World on Sunday"), Springer
says that the change is "bad, for
more than any other nation in the
world, the Germans have most
special obligations towards the
Israelis."
Not only is the Israeli-Egyp-
tian "work for peace" in danger,
but Israel's very existence is
threatened, Springer wrote.
THE POLITICAL danger to
ftrael's existence comes from
Western lountries' "policy of
appeasement and alignment
Lowurds the radical Arab camp,"
Springer continues adding that
concern about oil is the prime
mover.
The military danger lies in the
unprecedented increase in the
armaments provided to Israel's
Arab neighbors by the West
as much as by the Soviet Union.
Indeed, Springer points out,
the Arab "front-line States"
receive better arms from the
West than the Soviet bloc,
financed mostly by long-term,
low interest credits or paid for
directly by Saudi Arabia.
The Saudis are not only
financing the "excessive arms
buildup^ of the "frontline
States," but are building up their
own excessive arsenal, too.
IN HIS article, the West
German publisher, a veteran non-
Jewish supporter of Israel, says
that she is still militarily
superior, but "the weights are
shifting, the danger grows from
day to day while Israel's
adversaries move up in the
political scale."
This applies especially to the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion, "fostered especially by
France and repeatedly
propagated by many officials in
the (American) State Depart-
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THE "so-called Palestinian
problem" is not the cause of the
continuing Middle East crisis
and of all the wars so far. Nor are
Israel's settlements. The cause is
the non-recognition by Israel's
neighbors of Israel and of her
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Israel, their prize for being
selected as UJA's Youth
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theme, "Forty Years of the
Jewish Lifeline."
During their stay, Lisa and
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the human support programs of
the Jewish Agency and the Joint
Distribution Committee (JDC),
which are funded through UJA.
They met new immigrants,
visited agricultural settlements
and observed at first hand
Israel's multitude of programs
designed to close the social gap.
In addition, they also made the
pilgrimage to Yad Vashem and
went to the presidential residence
where they were presented- with
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By MICHAEL SOLOMON
MONTREAL Robert Stanfield, who was
^pointed by Prime Minister Joe Clark to hold wide-
bging talks on Canadian policy following strong Arab
^position to his government's declared plan to shift
Bnada's Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, will begin
tour of Middle East countries by mid-September to
scuss this issue, it was announced in Ottawa.
THE APPOINTMENT of Stanfield, the former
Jer of the Progressive Conservative Party, was ex-
.cted to delay any moves to implement or reconsider the
jntroversial policy until the middle of next year. It was
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Community
Calendar
1.11
nple Emano-EI Reception for members SELICHOT SERVICES
Lanous times at synagogues Saturday night
f. 16
iple Beth Israel Dinner/Dance Installation p.m.
1.17
^neer Women Natanya Club Board meeting Hadassah -
ion-Castle Garden Chapter Board meeting at the Castle
Lrdens Rec. Hall a.m. B'nai B'rith Sunrise Lodge #2953 -
Igular meeting -p.m. Temple Emanu-EI -Games -7:15p.m.
IS
^dossah Plantation L'Chayim Chapter Regular meeting B'nai
'ith Fort Lauderdale Chapter #345 Regular meeting Temple
|alom Sisterhood of Pompano General meeting 1 p.m.
1.19
Innse Jewish Center Sisterhood Regular meeting Hadassah -
ierrary Gilah Chapter General meeting B'nai B'rith Margate -
lard meeting National Council Jewish Women North Broward -
Igular meeting Hadassah Oriole Scopus General meeting -
kthenne Young Library Community Room Margate Noon
Ldassah Kavanah of Plantation Board meeting B'nai B'rith -
Innse Chopter #1527 Board meeting Temple Beth Orr Games -
verside Drive & Royal Palm Blvd. 7:45 p.m.
M.M
?T N. Broward Chapter General meeting B'nai B'rith -
Imarac Chapter #1479 General meeting Hadassah Blyma
jiapier of Margate Regular meeting Beth Hillel Temple p.m.
t. 24
loneer Women Natanya Club Regular meeting ORT Ocean
ile Chapter Board meeting, Regency S. Rec. Room, 3750 Gait
ceon Drive 10 a.m. ORT Palm-Aire Chapter Board meeting
kmple Emanu-EI Games 7:15 p.m. Hadassah Tamar Fort
puderdale Board meeting
ipt.25
ladassah N. Lauderdale Chai Chapter General meeting B'nai
frith Lauderhill Chapter #1483 -General meeting, Castle Gardens
bc. Hall 11:30 a.m. Hadassah Somerset Shoshana Chapter -
|egular meeting, Rec. Hall Noon.
ept. 26
>RT Royal Plantation Board meeting ORT N. Broward Region -
oard & General meetings ORT Coral Springs Chapter Board
keeling p.m. Hadassah Ramaz Chapter Meeting Ccal
pnngs Rec. Center, Mullins Park & 29th St. 8:30 p.m. Temple
Bin Or -Games- Riverside & Royal Palm Blvd. -7:45 p.m.
ipt. 27
Jmple Emanu-EI Executive Committee 7:30 p.m. Temple
nanu-EI Board meeting 7:45 p. m. B'nai B'rith Bermuda Club -
sgular meeting Hadassah Haverim Fort Lauderdale Chapter
loard meeting 8 p.m. Hadassah Pompano Beach Chai Chapter -
regular meeting ORT Inverrary Regular meeting Hadassah -
loliday Springs Orly Chapter General meeting B'nai B'rith
|ope Chapter #1617 Membership meeting Hadassah Shoshana
Meeting Italian/American Meeting Room, McNab Road,
jrnarac (Sand Point Condo.) Noon.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
of Ft. Lauderdale
A REFORM CONGREGATION
if vou are unaffiliated, we invite you to become a
member and worship with us on Friday evenings at
8:15 p.m. at 3245 W. Oakland Park Boulevard, Fort
Lauderdale.
THE TEMPLE OFFERS AN EXCELLENT
PROGRAM FOR EVERYONE.
Religious School
Hebrew School
Nursery School
Adult Education
Men's Club
Sisterhood
Couple's Club
Youth Group
inspiring High Holy Day services will be held at
Parker Playhouse led by Jeffrey L. Ballon, assisted
by Cantor Jerome Klement.
For information regarding Temple Membership
and registration for religious, Hebrew and nursery
'school, please call Temple Office at 731-2310 from 9
ja.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Jack Moss Invited to National Meeting
Broward County Com-
missioner Jack Moss, recently
named chairman of Broward
Employment and Training
Administration (BETA) Council,
has been invited by Vice
President Walter Mondale to join
other leaders in the fields of
education, labor, manpower
programs and key employers
from private sectors to attend a
national conference Sept. 26 to
Technion
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Hal Lewis
Hal M. Lewis, former director
of activities at Temple Menorah,
has been appointed assistant
regional director of the American
Society for Technion-Israel
Institute of Technology for the
Southeastern United States.
Lewis will assist Martin
Harrison, Southern regional
director, in supervising activities
in support of Israel's only
technological university in the
states of Florida, Georgia, South
Carolina, North Carolina,
Alabama, Tennessee and
Louisiana
Sept. 29 in Baltimore on "Work
Places and Classrooms A
Partnership for the 80 's."
Vice President Mondale is
spearheading a national task
force on Youth Employment. He,
Secretary of Labor Ray Marshall
and Health, Education and
Welfare Director Pat Harris will
be among the featured speakers.
BETA is the consortium
through which over $52-million in
federal Comprehensive
Employment & Training Act
(CETA) funds were distributed
this year for employment and
training opportunities for
disadvantaged Broward
residents. In addition to heading
up BETA, Commissioner Moss is
also chairman of the Private
Sector Initiative Program (PSIP)
subcommittee of the National
Association of Counties.
TRADITIONAL HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
WILL BE HELD AT
Temple Emanu-EI
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Services will be conducted by:
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Tkt Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Laudtrdale
Friday, September 14,1979
Organizations In The News
PIONEER WOMEN
Grace Herskowitz of Delray
Beach, organizational consultant
for Pioneer Women, announces
the formation of Pioneer Women
clubs in the Pompano Beach and
Tamarac areas. All Pioneer
Women who are members at
large, transferees, or anyone who
would like to join "the different
organization where women care
and women do," call her Ms.
Herskowitz.
TEMPLE SHOLOM
Temple Sholom Sisterhood's
opening meeting at 12:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, Sept. 18, in the tem-
ple's social hall, 132 SE 11th
Ave.. Pompano Beach, will
feature a cantata "What Is
Torah," presented by Sisterhood
ineml)ers Alyce Arrick, Celia
Freed. Betty Selis. Florence Cuba
and Phyllis Lieberman.
Announcement of the meeting
was made by co-presidents
Rochelle Stenn and Helen Ruben
who announced that the library is
now under the direction of
Edward Friend.
The Men's Club of Temple
Sholom of Pompano Beach holds
its first meeting at 8 p.m.,
Thursday. Sept. 13 at the temple
with Rabbi Morris A. Skop
discussing "Sex in the Bible."
TEMPLE KOL AMI
Temple Kol Ami Sisterhood
will have Dr. Donald Zelman
presenting an illustrated talk on
cosmetic surgery at the opening
meeting Monday, Sept. 17, at 8
p.m.. in the Plantation temple at
8200 Peters Rd.
The congregation is con-
ducting a Tay-Sachs screening at
the temple from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Sunday, Sept. 16. A donation of
$15 is required to help defray the
costs of the blood test to
determine if the person is a
carrier of the Tay-Sachs gene.
BRANDEIS WOMEN
Beginning in October,
1 nverrary Woodlands Chapter of
Brandeis University Women's
Committee is sponsoring a
foreign film festival with a series
of six films in cooperation with
Nova University to be shown at
the Coral Springs campus. The
first film won the Italian Golden
Film Award in Cannes at the
1977 festival. It's Padre Padrone
(My Father My Master}.
Tickets may be purchased in
blocks of either three films or the
entire series. Tickets and in-
formation are available from Sue
Karp.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
The National Council of Jewish
Women of North Broward
County will hear a talk on
"Legislation Women's Issues"
by Susan Lebow Weinberg at the
general meeting to be held at
12:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 19,
at the Wilton Manor Women's
Club.
National Council of Jewish
Women, Plantation Unit, starts
the year with a Trilogy on
Women's Issues and Concerns.
Judith Wolfman of the National
Organization for Women will be
the first speaker on the topic of
"Consciousness Raising or Self -
Awareness." The meeting will be
at 9:30 a.m., Monday Sept. 17, at
Deicke Auditorium. 5701 Cypress
Road, Plantation.
DEBORAH HOSPITAL
FOUNDATION
A meeting of the Lakes
Chapter of Deborah Hospital will
be held on Wednesday, Sept. 19,
at 12:30 p.m. at City Hall.
Lauderdale Lakes. Refreshments
will be served. This non-sectarian
group serves people with lung
and heart disorders regardless of
race, religion or the ability to
pay
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
The Sunrise Chapter of
Women's American ORT meets
Thursday, Sept. 13. at 12:30 p.m.
at Nob Hill Recreation Center.
AMERICAN
MIZRACHI WOMEN
Rabbi Phillip Labowitz was the
speaker at the opening meeting of
Masada Chapter of American
Mizrachi Women held Tuesday,
Sept. 4, at Temple Beth Israel,
Sunrise.
TEMPLE EM ANT EL
The Couples Club of Temple
Emanu-El, 3245 W. Oakland
Park Boulevard, Fort Lauder-
dale, meets at 8 p.m.. Thursday.
Sept. 13, at the temple. AH
couples are invited to attend this
planning meeting. For more
information, call Beverlv Blank.
The Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-El held its kick-off
meeting-luncheon Tuesday, Sept.
11, in the temple Social Hall,
welcoming Rabbi and Mrs.
Jeffrey Ballon, who, with their
family, recently moved to Fort
Lauderdale from Pontiac, Mich.
HADASSAH
Somerset Shoshana Chapter of
Hadassah will open the fall
season on Sept. 25. when it will
hold its first regular meeting. The
program for this meeting will be
the performance of Hermina
Leving's playlet "The House We
Live In."
At the Oct. 23 meeting Esther
Cannon, regional president, will
give a conference report on the
convention held in Chicago in
August.
Oriole-Scopus Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its first
general membership meeting of
the season at Catharine Young
library community room, 5810
Park Drive, Margate, at noon,
Wednesday, Sept. 19. Gretchen
Winn, president, will report on
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The Inverrary GUah Hadassah
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale'
KagSIP'
Organizations In The News
IPLE BETH ISRAEL
he Sisterhood of Temple Beth
el, 7100 W. Oakland Park
Sunrise, will hold its
meeting, on Monday,
m. 17, at 7:30 p.m. The theme
[^Getting to Know You." All
> welcome to attend.
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood
lw has games every Thursday
12:30 p.m. Everyone is
come to attend.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
"Woman's World "79-'80" is
season's theme for the
ograms to be presented by the
erhood of Temple Beth Orr,
I Springs.
|Woman's World '79-'80 is set
) as an advisory for women who
sh to achieve a more fulfilling
t in south Florida.
[included among the programs
psychological advisory,
omen in Transition," a beauty
pvisory, "Oh, You Beautiful
II, Plastic Surgery," a political
Id community advisory,
at's Happening in Coral
Dnngs and How to Get
Jvolved;" a job advisory, "The
ond Coral Springs Conference
l Careers for Women; "a sexual
Ivisory, "How to Improve Your
pve and Sex Life."
The first program a fashion
|visory "The Best of Fall ,
hion," took place Monday
taning, Sept. 10.
IZIONIST ORGANIZATION
OF AMERICA
| Gerald Schwartz, president of
|e Presidents Council of the
onist Organization of America
the state of Florida, will
cuss the current Middle East
Jtuation Monday, Sept. 17, at a
130 p.m. meeting of the Fort
\uderdale District of the ZOA
I Temple Beth Israel, 7100 West
jland Park Blvd., Sunrise.
I Bemadt S. Oolie, president of
|e district, said the meeting is
and open to the general
liblic.
|The B'nai B'rith Women,
aderdale Chapter, will hold its
\st meeting of the fall season on
esday, Sept. 18, at noon at the
stle Recreation Center, 4780
22nd Court, LauderhUl. In
setting of a Book Fair,
lildred Epstein will give a
lisically illustrated review of
Blue Bird of Happiness,
pmoirs of Jan Peerce. Non-
fembers and guests of members
i invited.
[Fort Lauderdale Lodge No.
|38, B'nai B'rith will meet
besday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. at
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Safety Building, next to City
Hall, 4300 NW 36th St.
Guet speakers: Karen
Hazelkorn, Philip Solomon, and
Sherra Greenspan will discuss
BBYO.
Wives and friends are welcome.
Margate Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women is holding its
regular meeting on Tuesday,
Sept. 18, at noon at the Margate
Jewish Center, 6101 NW 9th St.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Win. Kretchman Post 730,
Jewish War Veterans of Fort
Lauderdale, will hold its monthly
meeting on Monday, Sept. 24, at
7:30 p.m. at Whiting Hall, 6767
NW 24th St., Sunrise. New
members and transferees are
invited to attend. For further
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information, contact Artie
Horowitz.
DISABLED AMERICAN
VETERANS
Disabled American Veterans
Chapter 138, Plantation will hold
its monthly meeting on Tuesday,
Sept. 25, at the Plantation
Community Center, 5555 Palm
Tree Rd., at 7:30 pjn.
Counseling of veterans, ad-
vising them of their benefits, is
held every Tuesday at Roarke
Center, Sunrise from 9 to 11:30
a.m.; Thursday at the Plantation
Community Center from 1 to 3
p.m. New members and trans-
ferees are invited to attend.
For further information,
contact Artie Horowitz.
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New Soviet Law
Affects Emigration
On July 1, a new Soviet
citizenship law went into effect
which will materially affect
Soviet Jews who apply to leave
for Israel.
The main points of the law are
that exit visas will not be granted
to citizens who have not served in
the armed forces, or, if they have
received higher education, have
not served in a state-directed
institution. Soviet Jews are more
afraid of the way the law can be
used than the law itself.
For example, would-be ap-
plicants who have sons who are
16 years old are already being
told their applications will be
delayed for two years until their
son is eligible for call-up, when
they will be faced with the choice
of leaving a son behind or waiting
the further two years of army
service plus whatever time is
classified after army service as
"security risk."
Gregory and Natalya
Rosens htein, in speaking of the
new ruling, pointed out that "if
we add up the number of all the
families with young people who
would like to leave, we find that t
there is an enormous percentage '
of people who cannot even think
of applying for an exit visa.
Therefore, our son, Misha,
because of his age, is in this
dangerous zone. But it applies to
all young people starting at age
15.
It is stipulated that the law
may be applied in some cases and
not in others, at the discretion of
the authorities.
Therefore, we feel that when-
ever the law is not applied, it is
very important. If it is applied, a
large percentage of Jewish
families will not be able to leave
Russia. The fate of my family is
just an example and I would like
to tell my friends that our destiny
is in their hands."
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[Friday, September 14,1979
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The JewiMh Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdak
JSSELL
Neo-Nazi
And The
German Malaise
LONDON A recent Federal
(Avernment report on neo-Nazi
actively in Germany confidently
claims that any threat to the
Istate posed by the increase in
(extreme right groups is well
lunder control. But a survey of
I related developments in the
(Federal Republic, just published
Iby the Institute of Jewish Affairs
I in London as a Research Report,
(suggests that the reaction of
[German society to neo-Nazism
land the Nazi past might be a
[piece of self-deception.
The author of the survey, C. C.
JAronsfeld, editor of the IJA
I journal, Patterns of Prejudice,
[examines attitudes to the Nazi
[past, as well as present German-
Israeli relations and concludes
Full in various ways many people
I in Germany are hoping to 'escape
from the past.' -
' THIS "MALAISE" not only
manifests itself in neo-Nazi
activity but also in the failure of
people in public life to set an
example which takes into account
the importance of the past. It was
also apparent recently in the fact
that most Germans were unable
to appreciate "the drama and
tragedy involved" in the anti-
Hitler plot of 1944, the 35th
anniversary of which occurred in
July an occasion used by
Chancellor Schmidt "to call for
resistance to any kind of ex-
tremism so as to prevent any
recurrence of Nazi horrors."
While it is true that
pruM'culions of Nazi criminals
proceed apace," even with the
abolition of the Statute of
Limitations on Nazi Crimes, the
director of the Central Office for
lie Prosecution of Nazi Crimes
Swlieves that "further trials are
unlikely to be started."
The Report argues that
another manifestation of the
: in iiiKin malaise'' is in the
sensitive area of foreign policy.
since it appears that Germany's
polio towards Israel is gradually
veering away from any thought
ill the obligations imposed by her
\u/i past.'
THIS IS reinforced by the
need to guarantee oil supplies
from the Arab oil-producing
I countries which has led the
Government to sanction en-
counters of prominent German
| politicians with PLO Chief Yasir
Arafat. The Report concludes,
hunting Middle East expert
J Harold Vocke, that "concern for
I "'I is 'more and more
[crowding out the memory of
I Auschwitz."
In this context, the
development of EEC policy on
the Middle East since 1977 has
been analysed by the Institute of
Jewish Affairs here. Their
[analysis, considers the "tone,
[timing and nuances" of EEC
Incitements and contrasts them
[with the private views of the
Nine.
I,, Tn" result is a clarification of
l.u S?^1 maneuvering within
line fctc which has led to in
"easing criticism of Israel, a
"reater degree of dissociation
0,r> the American line and a
ore conciliatory approach to the
"ao oil-producing states over
f ne past two years.
The Report concentrates on the
T,Sun!for the changing attitude
i J, tnat are not Pubucly
tated. Of particular importance
B the growing belief of the Nine
" they must keep the Arab oil-
lucing countries sweet."
The formulation of EEC policy
pn the Middle East is "the work
B1 the more important and
owerful member states, par-
^cularly France, Britain and
"wt Germany," whose present
VfllEp'8 "an indication of where
ne hEC will stand tomorrow."

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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, September 14,1979
Israel Bonds Drive
Rabbis and lay leaders of syn-
agogues and temples throughout
the Fort Lauderdale area were
urged to complete early
preparations for the annual
forthcoming High Holiday Israel
Bond Appeals, which
traditionally launches the fall
Israel Bond Campaign.
In a message to the spiritual
leaders of the community, Gary
R. Gerson, general campaign
chairman of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, noted that, "With the
many problems that are facing
Israel, it is imperative we make
every effort to make this year's
High Holy Days Campaign for
Israel Bonds the most productive
ever."
Gerson noted that in order to
insure a successful campaign, the
organization of this year's drive
was begun early. Gerson em-
phasized that "Israel's economic
resources have been severely
drained, putting the country
under severe pressures." He
stressed that the strengthening
of Israel's economy is indis-
pensable to Israel's search for
peace.
He said the High Holiday
effort would represent "a demon-
stration of mass support on the
part of the Orthodox, Con-
servative and Reformed Con-
gregations for a strong Israel."
He pointed out that this will be of
the greatest urgency in view of
the summit meetings in Haifa
which took place recently.
Gerson stated that a record
number of synagogues in Fort
Lauderdale are scheduling special
Israel Bond efforts in connection
with the High Holiday ob-
servances.
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Tom Mints Appliances
100 SW 1st Avenue
Pompano Beach 33060
942-6733
Wishing the Jewish Community
A Very Joyous New Year
Lord's Jewelers
1918 E. Sunrise Boulevard
In Gateway Shopping Center
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Phone Stewart Mintzer 764-6750
New Year Greetings
Colonial Insurance
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater fort LauderOale
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SB'SP/uvna & ^#ea/i/nf CteeaMy 5740
to a/4 the flet&foA comwucAutieb of
eAo*CA &*ouMtA4l ^ou*dy from tke $44 SEPTEMBER 22,1979 TISHRI1,5740
.
A time to be inscribed...
. .for a good life.
The beginning of New Year means closing the book of Federation's 1979 United Jewish Ap-
peal/Israel Emergency Fund.. .SOON naturally we'll be opening the new book. SOON:
32
COMES ALIVE
SOON Israel will celebrate 32 years of independence.. .
AND for all of those 32 years of Israel's Ufa, Federation dedicates its
1980 UJA CAMPAIGN
YOUR SUPPORT your commitment to your Volunteer Campaign Solicitor will be needed
MORE THAN EVER.
YOUR support will make possible a better life for Jews everywhere
BECAUSE WE ARE ONE.
IN this 32nd year of Israel's life, we are faced with open threats and ominous peril
WE PRAY, this 32nd year will also be a year of subs tan tial peace.
NOW.. .MORE THAN EVER WE MUST BE ONE

Jewish Federation &i Greyer Fort Lauderdal
-
LEO GOODMAN
President
LESLIE GOTTLIEB
Executive Director
2999 N.W. 33rd Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33311 Phone: 484-8200


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