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Volume 10 Number 9
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, April 24,1981 ____,
Price 35 Cents.
CRC Opposes Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia
, Surveillance Range of Saudi AW ACS
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The Reagan Administration has reportedly
decided to sell Saudi Arabia the weapons systems
it has demanded. The arms package includes:
omformal fuel pods for all 62 Saudi F-15s, nearly
i (XX) AIM-9-L advanced Sidewinder missiles, six
even KC-135 jet tankers, and five AW ACS
I Airborne Warning And Control System) air-
The Community Relations Committee of the
.It-wish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale, at
it s recent meeting chaired by Irving R. Friedman,
voiced strong opposition to the proposed sale of
AWACS and the offensive equipment for Saudi
Arabia's F-15 Fighter-Bombers.
CRC sent out an action alert urging letters to
(and, possibly, meetings with) Representatives E.
Clay Shaw and Dan Mica, and Senators Lawton
Chiles and Paula Hawkins, and asking them to
speak out against this arms transfer and to vote
"Yea" on resolutions of disapproval.
Friedman said: "The sale must be opposed
because it is not in America's interest and
Itccause the weapons systems involved are a
threat to Israel's security."
This was the same comment made by Repub-
lican Rep. Jack Kemp when he heard of a new
Administration plan to set up radar stations in
Saudi Arabia and sell 10,000 anti-tank missiles to
the Saudis.
AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Com-
millee) reported that the AWACS aircraft is the
most sophisticated aircraft of its kind in the
world. Until now, only the U.S. Air Force and
NATO have been provided with AWACS. A sale
to Saudi Arabia will mark the first time such a
system appears in the arsenal of a Middle East
i state.
The sale of AWACS to Saudi Arabia should be
opposed for the following reasons:
Internal Saudi security is lax; Saudi
stability is questionable. There is danger of the
aircrafts' secrets being compromised by defec-
tion, diversion of technological manuals, accident,
or through Soviet intelligence activities.
The sale of AWACS to Saudi Arabia will
destabilize the arms balance of the region. Never
before has any Arab state taken such a quantum
technological leap ahead of its Arab neighbors or
There has been no Saudi quid pro quo. Saudi
Arabia continues to reject the stationing of
American troops in the region; refuses to
moderate its oil pricing or supply policies;
supports the terrorism of the PLO politically and
financially; undermines Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat: and coordinates opposition to the
Camp David peace process.
For several years after the sale, American
personnel will be involved in the AWACS train-
ing program, making American involvement in
uny regional conflict more likely.
Saudi AWACS will endanger the security of
Israel. All of Israel its airfields, aircraft and
defense systems will be exposed to the "sight"
of the AWACS flying well within Arab air space.
When used in conjunction with Saudi offensive
aircraft such as the enhanced F-15 and the air
forces of other Arab states, AWACS becomes a
potent offensive system.
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On the Way to Walking As One May 17
Young and old, husbands and
wives, parents and children,
teachers and students, friends
and neighbors, they'll all be
walking as one.
They'll be walking 3.3 miles to
celebrate Israel's 33rd
Anniversary of Independence.
They'll be walking to raise as
much money as possible to meet
the critical needs of distressed
Jews throughout the world.
They'll be on their way at 8:33
a.m., Sunday, May 17, to express
their solidarity as Jews, their
support for the people of Israel,
and their total commitment to
alleviating the problems of world
They'll be part of the national
United Jewish Appeal Walk-a-
Thon in the month of May when
thousands of people of all ages
and from all walks of life will be
walking millions of miles through
more than 200 American cities
and towns.
In North Broward, through the
sponsorship of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, the UJA Walk-a-
Thon will wend its way through
the streets of Plantation, begin-
ning and ending at the Jewish
Community Center's Perlman
Campus. 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.
From registration, beginning at
7:33 a.m., to the walk beginning
at 8:33 a.m., the walkers will go
to a morning and afternoon of
1 Scores of representatives from
synagogues, from Jewish War
Veterans posts and auxiliaries,
from B'nai B'rith lodges and
chapters, from Hadassah
chapters and Associates, from
ORT, from the Council of Jewish
Women, from the Association of
American Parents of Children in
Israel, from the Pioneer Women,
from other organizations will
meet at 10 a.m., Monday, April
27, at JCC to hear more details of
Walk-A-Thon which begins the
Israel Independence Day cele-
bration at JCC. The Perlman
Campus at JCC will be alive with
all kinds of activities, ranging
from Maccabiah athletic games,
carnival fun, entertainment,
dancing, felafal and other food
booths, and something for every
member of the family from the
time the walking ends until 4 in
the afternoon.
Volunteers for all activities of
the Walk-A-Thon are needed. To
volunteer, to get information
about the April 27 meeting, to
get involved, call Alan Margolies.
Jewish Federation, 484-8200.
By Dawn's Early Light, More Than 200 Bless God's Creation
By Max Levine
Jewish Federation Staff
It was still dark at 5:30 a.m.,
Wednesday, April 8, when a man
and a woman walked on the
sandy-beach in Fort Lauderdale.
The wind was gusting hard.
The surf was pounding on the
The only other person on the
beach was a man setting up a
card table.
They approached him. "Is this
where the Blessing of the Sun
takes place?," they asked.
Yes, was the answer.
And soon as the first light
before sunrise dawned, they were
joined by more and more people,
men, women and children. Soon
there were more than 200
gathered around the card table on
which sat a battery-powered pub-
lic address system.
It was now 6:01 a.m. In four
minutes the sun would begin to
At this "point in time," Rabbi
Albert B. Schwartz, director of
the Chaplaincy Commission of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, with his tefillin
in place, wearing a yarmulke and
lallit, stepped to the microphone.
His brief talk was the preamble
to an ancient Hebrew ceremony
that takes place only once every
28 years the time when the
sun returns to the exact spot in
the heavens it was on the fourth
day (Wednesday) of Creation.
Thus was the early spring Cele-
bration of God's Creation, the
\ Continued on Page 2
Community Memorializes Six Million May 3
service Yom Hashoa (Day of Re-
membrance) to the Six Million Jewish
Martyrs of the Nazi murderous tyranny.
Six Holocaust survivors, Ludwik
Brodzki, Jenny Damachek, Ada Fein-
gold, Mrs. Milgrom, Joseph Goldhar,
Giza Rosenbaum, will light the candles
atop the Menorah to begin the ob-
servance at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 3, in
the Samuel M. Soref Hall of the Jewish
Community Center of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.,
Plantation. The entire Jewish commu-
nity of North Broward is invited. An in-
vitation was also extended to the Brow-
ard County Clergy Council, representing
The stained glass Yad Vashem-lypt a" churches in the area.
I Menorah, created by Joseph Milgromi The keynote address will be given by
standing beside it with his wife, Esther, Dr. Helen Fagin, director of Judaic
both of whom are survivors of the Holo Studies at the University of Miami. A
caust, will be dedicated at the memorial Holocaust survivor, she is recognized
nationally as a leading authority on the
Holocaust period, lecturing with especial
emphasis on the moral implications of
the Holocaust for contemporary life.
Upon assuming the chairmanship of
the Judaica Studies Program at UM, she
organized a major conference on the
Nazi-era of death and destruction with
leading national scholars participating.
A dramatization of / Never Saw
Another Butterfly, based on writings by
children in concentration camps will be
another feature of the observance.
The play, from the TV script originally
presented on the Eternal Light program,
directed by Marian Barnes, with Robert
Goodman as narrator, will be performed
by Robert Goodman, four members of
the Horrow family, Arlene, Ellen, Mark
and Andy; Beth and Dina Folic, Ger-
trude Goodman and Scott Snyder. The
:et was designed by William Shulman.
Born in Radom, Poland, September
22, 1913, Milgrom came to the U.S. in
1949, settling in Silver Spring, Md., and
retiring in 1975 in the Fort Lauderdale
area, now living in Lauderdale West,
said: "For many years, I wanted to
capture in permanent form, my personal
feelings as the sole survivor of the family
I lost in the Nazi death camps."
A hobby he started during his retire-
ment years, making stained glass, gave
dim that opportunity. He explained: "I
created the Menorah showing a living
tree with broken branches to symbolize
the tragedy of the Holocaust. It serves
.is a reminder that such death and
oust ruction can re-occur if we forget the
Mist." The Hebrew word Zachor (Re-
member) appears above the numerals,

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The Jewish Floridiqn of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 24, 1981
Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon (left} was
Among others pictured with him
witz. Rabbi Solomon Geld, Rabbi
Continued from Page 11
Renewal of Creation, and the
Blessing of Sun begun at 6:05
a.m. as Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon,
Temple Emanu-El spiritual
leader, and chairman of Federa-
tion's Blessing of the Sun
Committee, began the service
which originated centuries ago.
Back in 1953, when the 204th
Creation Renewal cycle of the sur
dawned, there weren't much mort
chairman of the Jewish Federation's Blessing of the Sun Committee,
are Cantor Jerome Klement, Cantor Maurice Neu, Rabbi Phillip Labo-
Israel Zimmerman, and at the extreme right. Rabbi Albert B. Schwartz.
than 200 Jews residing anywhere I
near that stretch of A1A near E.|
Sunrise Blvd. where the
ceremony was taking place.
Yet here on that glorious,
inspiring morning, there was a!
thrilling unity of community a-!
mong the more than 200 people
responding to portions of the
liturgy led by different rabbis1
including Rabbis Schwartz,
Ballon, Phillip Labowitz of
Temple Beth Israel, Israel
Zimmerman of Tamarac's
Temple Beth Torah, Dr. Solomon
Geld of Margate's Temple Beth
Am, Morris Skop of Pompano's
Temple Sholom, Donald Gerber
of Coral Springs' Temple Beth
Orr, Leonard Zoll of Keter Tik-
v ah Synagogue in Coral Springs.
And there were several retired
rabbis in the crowd.
Also on hand to chant portions
Richard Peritz and Ronni Kadosh
provided musical accompaniment.
of the liturgy were Cantors
Jerome Klement of Temple
F.manu-El, Maurice Neu of
Temple Beth Israel in Sunrise,
and Mario Botoshansky of
Temple Beth Am.
Adding still more joyous music
to the occasion were Richard C.
Peritz, the producer and host of
TV 51s "The Shalom Show,"
with his guitar and Ronni Ka-
dosh with her flute.
All joined in a prayer, before
the concluding Adon Olom, from
Isaiah: "May it be your will, O
Hashem our God and God of our
fathers, that, just as You have
privileged us to recite Birkat
haChammach on this day. so also
O living God, who is good and
beneficient to all His ere, wee,
sustain us in life, preserve and
grant us the privilege of
pronouncing this blessing upon
other equinoxes and the
light of sun shall be seven times
seven as the light of the seven
days, in the day that Hashem
binds up the breach of His people
and heals the wound of their
blow. May it so be Your will."
The prayers, in Hebrew and
I English, were published in a
booklet prepared by Federation,
I made possible by the generosity
of the Leah and Joseph Rudick
Memorial Fund. The last page of
the booklet was a personal re-
membrance that enabled parti-
cipants to write in their names,
noting they joined in the ob-
servance April 8, corresponding
to Nisan 4, 5741, at the Fort Lau-
derdale beach together with the
Jewish Federation, the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
the North Broward Board of
Rabbis and others.
And the final line on the page
noted: "May God sustain and
bless us all through the coming
sun-cycle, Amen." And that next
Birkat haChammah will come
around on a Wednesday in the
spring equinox of 5769 (in the
year 2009).


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Friday, April 24, 1981
Century Village UJA Victory Party Honors Denner
Evelyn Denner (right) receives
a plaque from Frances Nusbaum
for the "tremendous effort she
has put forth on behalf of the
Century Village community in
Deerfield Beach."
The presentation was a high-
light of the premiere performance
of Mission to Israel, a two-act
play written by Mrs. Nusbaum,
Scenes from "Mission to Israel" play: Left Bess Dubron
performs bellydance at Israel night club; right sign proclaims
directed by Ruth Rosenberg, and
having more than a score of
Century Village residents in the
:ast. The play was presented two
nights early this month at
Temple Beth Israel as part of the
Deerfield Beach United Jewish
Appeal Campaign Victory Party.
Samuel K. Miller, chairman of
the Century Village UJA
Committee, with Mrs. Denner as
committee consultant, an-
nounced an increase of more than
Workshop Set for New Teaching Aids
Magda Winter (pictured), lec-
turer in Jewish education at the
Jewish Theological Seminary in
New York City, will be the
resource leader for a two-day
workshop for teachers of the
Jewish schools of North
The workshop, "Methods and
Materials in the Effective
Teaching of Hebrew," sponsored
by the Central Agency for Jewish
Education (CAJE) of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, will be held Monday
and Tuesday mornings, May 18
and 19, at Temple Emanu-El,
3245 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Mrs. Winter, widely recognized
as one of the outstanding teacher-
trainers in the field of Hebrew
language, is the author of a series
of Hebrew stories used for direct
language study; student work-
book and grammar supplement of
the Pictorial Hebrew Description
for Book I of the Hebrew and
Heritage language series. A
graduate of NYU, she conducted
seminars and workshops in major
Jewish communities throughout
the country.
Among the areas that will be
covered in the workshop are:
comparison of Hebrew language
programs; unique elements in
teaching Hebrew; demonstration
lessons; teaching reading,
writing, grammar and the
Hebrew story; and the use of
supplementary materials.
Special emphasis will be placed
on the series of textbooks:
Hebrew Through Heritage,
published by Behrman House,
New York City. These texts
integrate the study of Hebrew
vith basic Jewish concepts and
alues, thus providing a con-
ceptual framework for the
language proficiency.
These workshops are part of
,he on-going in-service profes-
sional growth programs con-
Jucted by CAJE in conjunction
with the Council of Education
Directors and Rabbis of North
Broward. Participation by the
teachers and educators in the
workshops and seminars is
recognized by the special Profes-
sional Incentive Program (PIP)
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Laura Zimmerman, educa-
tional director of Temple Beth
Torah, Tamarac Jewish Center,
noted that "Hebrew is essential
to meaningful Jewish learning.
We are constantly seeking to
enhance our effectiveness in the
teaching of the language, and
this workshop will be of great
benefit to the teachers of the
Michael Weinberg is chairman
of the Federation's Committee on
Education with Abraham J.
Gittelson, Federation's director
of education and CAJE's director
of education for North Broward,
coordinating the workshop.
Boy's Prayer for Russian Jews
J.D. Terziu, son of Martie Terziu of Plantation, a member of
Ramat Shalom, The Reconstructionist Synagogue, and a
student at the Hebrew Day School of Greater Fort Lauderdale,
with the perception of more mature minds, since he is still six
months away from being 11 years old, early this month com-
posed the following prayer:
"Dear God, please let all the Jewish people in Russia be free to
celebrate the Jewish Holidays, especially the Sabbath. I think
that it is not right that they can't practice their religion.
" Why is this, God? Why is it that no one fights back t Why is
it that the world has a lot of hate in it? Tell me, God, please, I
want to know!
"I'm only a small boy, but I hurt deep inside, when I think of
my brothers who are not allowed their pride.
" While I sit in Temple on Friday night, Jews in Russia shiver
with fright.
"If I could be Moses to them I'd try to lead them to freedom.
But since I am only a boy, I look to you God for your helping
hand. Amen." ,
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"Another Day on the Bus", driver in front, tour leader and guide
(center) standing.
$40,000 in contributions over the
1980 total campaign with ex-
pectations that the 1981 total
would be close to $ 150,000.
He said a great measure of
thanks was due by UJA to
Century Village's Beth Israel
congregation and its president,
Joseph Lovy.
The play, Mission to Israel,
had 12 tourists who received a
ore-trip briefing, fly to Israel on
an El A1 jet, travel through Israel
on a bus "driven" by Rev. Saul
Kirschenbaum, with the guide
Yossi (Ed Rosenberg) detailing
highlights, going to a night club,
shopping, and ending with a fare-
well dinner. Interspersed in the
action were humorous bits that
had the capacity crowd roaring
with delighted laughter.
Scene changes and passing of
days were noted by billboard
cards carried on stage by Ruth
Berley who also doubled as the
hostess on the El Al flight.
Others who took part in the
play which was an effective
educational presentation for UJA
and other organizations which
support Israel included the
Hilda Fulton, Ben Greenberg,
Marian Cohen, Marc Nusbaum,
Gladys Heyman, Nat Waga,
Marion Taylor, Samuel K. Miller,
Bert Kirschenbaum, Sam Gal-
lant, Pauline Goldstein, Eva
SUverstein. The tour leader was
Frieda Wieder. At the Israeli
night club, Irving R. Friedman
was the master of ceremonies for
the show which featured Bess
Dubron as the belly dancer, and
Goldie Wosk, singer. Behind the
scenes were Sam Itkin, Vivian
Isenstein, Helen Rosenberg, and
Abe Meeker on lighting.
Organizations interested in
producing the two-act play which
can be used effectively for fund-
raising should get in touch with
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Volume 10
Number 9
AWACS to Saudis?
Gauntlet on the Hill
Hardly' is Secretary of State Alexander Haig
home than the gauntlet has been thrown down on
Capitol Hill. Senators like California's Alan Cran-
ston and Michigan's Carl Levin are already letting it
be known that the AWACS to Saudi Arabia are out
of the question.
It is sad that the issue will be debated in the
mishmash of traditional State Department
diplomacy, which dofts its cap to all things Arab and
holds its nose at all things Israeli.
For the issue of the AWACS goes far beyond
Israel tragically far beyond the Saudis' capacity
to destroy Israel should the Senate consent to the
transfer of the AWACS to them. At stake is the
same unrest in Saudi Arabia that toppled the Shah of
Iran and brought much sensitive and even secret
American I military technology into the hands of this
nation's enemies when the Ayatollah Khomeini took
The fact is that the Saudi regime under King
Khalid may well suffer a similar fate. And then
what? We have only to recall the nearness of a
Russian trawler to Cape Canaveral on Sunday in the
obvious Russian hope of retrieving the jettisoned
Columbia's booster rockets within moments after the
world's first space shuttle took off.
The Russian thirst for American technology is
boundless. The AWACS is one of this nation's most
advanced specimens of that technology.
The issue is precisely here. It is far less an
Israeli issue, but we fear that it will be debated as
such in the days ahead.
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NEW YORK American
Jewish military personnel, their
families, and patients in VA
hospitals were able to enjoy e
traditional observance of the
Passover holidays, thanks to the
close cooperation of the U.S.
Armed Forces, VA, Jewish
Welfare Board (JWB), Jewish
chaplains and military lay
Passover lasts through April
Sedorim and services were
conducted by active-duty and
part-time chaplains and lay
leaders throughout the world.
Kosher supplies and religious
materials everything from
Huggadot and prayer books to
matzol and wine were in place
at more than 500 installations in
continental United States and
overseas, VA hospitals and
aboard ships at sea.
The JWB Women's Or-
ganizations' Services distributed
special Solo Seder packages to
Jewish servicemen stationed at
isolated areas throughout the
world, and to men on duty at
remote weather and radar
stations. The Solo Seder
packages contain all the in-
gredients for a Seder meal for one
Family Seder Packages were
sent by the JWB Women's Or-
ganizations' Services to families
assigned to isolated installations.
The packages consist of Passover
Seder cassettes, Haggadot,
macaroons, cookies, candy, nuts,
and cake mixes sufficient for a
family of four.
Jewish patients in VA hos-
pitals participated in Passover
observances conducted by
chaplains. In some hospitals, the
cassette recording of the Pass-
over melodies were brought to
the patients' bedsides over the
hospital's public address system.
In addition to the efforts of the
chaplains, lay leaders and JWB
women's groups, local JWB
chairmen and committees, Jew-
ish Community Centers, syna-
gogues and other Jewish commu-
nity organizations and USO
clubs overseas arranged for a
number of Passover observances
by men in uniform, as well as for
home hospitality.
At many installations in the
U.S. and overseas, special kosher
Passover meals were provided for
the entire eight days of the
JWB is the U.S. Government-
accredited agency for serving
Jewish military personnel, their
families and sick and disabled
patients in Veterans Administra-
tion hospitals. It is also the
Association of Jewish Commu-
nity Centers. YM-YWHAs and
Camps in the U.S. and Canada. It
serves the entire North American
Jewish community in the area of
Jewish culture and informal
Jewish education.
JWB is supported by Jewish
Federations, the UJA-Federation
Campaign of Greater New York,
and Jewish Community Centers
and YM YWHAs.
Periodicals Raise Level
of Jewish Discourse
Reconstructionist, a publication of the Jewish
Ueconstruclionist Foundation, published 10
times a year from October to July, in its March
issue noted that "serious Jewish periodicals can
play an important role in raising the level of Jew-
ish discourse among the laity of this country."
The article, in part, continues:
"While it is not usual for Macy's to advertise
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produced by the major religious denominations
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Judaism and Tradition), those associated with
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i In Zionist monthlies Midstream and Hadassah
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Sh'ma, The Jewish Spectator and Moment.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Schools Note Holocaust Observance
A number of the Jewish
schools of North Broward will
mark the annual observance of
Yom Htuhoa (Day of Remem-
brance) Holocaust Day (Friday,
May 1) with special programs.
Highlight for several of the
schools will be a slide presenta-
tion conducted by Mark Pollick,
young scholar of the Holocaust
The "Sage" of North Broward,
Abraham J. Gittelson, director of
Central Agency for Jewish
Education of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale,
picked up these bits of wisdom in
his travels among the Jewish
First and Second graders at
Temple Beth Torah, Tamarac
Jewish Center, made their own
Passover plate and symbols for
I heir model seder. Third through
seventh graders, 220 of them,
recreated" Egypt and the
Exodus, using five classrooms:
one with working slaves, another
sleeping quarters; another with
plagues and finally passing
through the Red Sea of the fifth
room to reach freedom and the
Each of Temple Beth Israel's
classes takes turns visiting a
nursing or convalescent home
each month. This week's visit
had Roselyn Troy's Gimel
Hecrsheva class at Plantation
Nursing Home ... The group
presented a short Passover
program and distributed holiday
goodies to the guests.
Ann Johnes at Temple Beth
Am in Margate had a model
Seder with all the classes par-
ticipating. Each class got a
different assignment, ranging
from preparing the Seder table,
bringing food, symbols, decora-
tions And finally Rabbi
Solomon Geld answered the Vier
Kashas with a detailed explana-
tion, followed by a joyous sing-
who is studying for his doctorate
in Holocaust studies with famed
Holocaust survivor. Prof. Elie
Wiesel at Boston University.
Pollick, who led a group of high
school seniors on a "Journey of
Conscience" to the death camps
in Eastern Europe, portrays the
tragic fate and the heroism of
Eastern European Jewry during
World War II. He appeared in
North Broward at a number of
congregations late in February
and made such a profound im-
pression on the students, that he
was asked to return during the
Jewish Heritage Week, coin-
ciding with Holocaust ob-
He begins his series of talks
Thursday evening, April 30, at
Temple B'nai Torah in Boc6
Raton. The following night, May
1, he will be at the Shabbat Eye
services ol Temple Beth Orr in
Coral Springs.
Pollick will speak Sunday
morning, May 3, at Temple
Emanu-El, 3245 W. Oakland
Park Blvd. (That's the day the
community holds its Yom
Hashoa Observance at 3 p.m. at
the Jewish Community Center,
6501 W. Sunrise Blvd., Planta-
tion.) That evening, he will be at
Temple Beth Israel, 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. During the
rest of the week, he will visit
other congregational schools.
His appearances reflect a
growing emphasis placed on
transmitting the events and their
implications for Jewish life today
to the Jewish younster, for whom
the events of the Holocaust,
which took place some 35-40
years ago, are no longer real and
"In Jewish life, in re-
membrance," declared Stanley
Cohen, education director of
Temple Beth Israel "are the seeds
of redemption. By bringing to the
attention of our students the
events of the Holocaust, we help
them to understand their own
place as Jews in today's world."
Pollick's visit has been co-
ordinated by Central Agency for
Jewish Education of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
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ORT Tamarac Chapter, Broward
Federal, 3000 University Dr.,
1:30 p.m.
Workmen's Circle-Greater Fort
Lauderdale Branch: Service,
Subject: "Israel in Turmoil",
7:30 pan.
Seventh day, Pesach
Eighth Day, Pesach- Yizkor.
Temple Emanu-El: Games. 7:30
General meeting,
Library, 10 a.m.
National Council of Jewish
Women-Plantation: General
meeting. 9:30 a.m.
Hadaaaah-L' Cheviot Chapter.
Luncheon and Card party, $2.50,
Deicke Auditorium, noon.
Temple Bath Iarael Sisterhood:
Joint meeting with Men's Club,
"Ever Present Danger of the re-
surgence of Anti Semitism". 7:30
Hadaaaah-Bermoda Clnb Herd:
Executive Board meetinir.
Bermuda Club Recreation Hatl,
Hadaaaah-Pine Island Ridge
Chapter; Board meeting, Club-
house, 1 p.m.
American Jewish Congress-Shad
Polier Chapter of No. Broward:
Guest Speaker: Laurence M.
Hyde, Jr., Professor of Law,
Nova University, "Criminal
Justice in Our Courts", Refresh-
ments, Holiday Inn, 4410 Com-
mercial Blvd., 1-3 p.m.
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale: Board meeting,
7 p.m.
Hadassah-Somerset Shoahana
Chapter: General meeting, Rec-
reation Hall, Somerset Phase I,
B'nai B'rith Women-No.
Broward Council: General
meeting, David Park Pavilion,
Margate, 1 p.m.
Women's League for Israel-
Margate Chapter: Catherine M.
Young Library, Margate, Guest
Speaker: Rubin Binder, National
Israel Commissioner of B'nai
B'rith, "Israel-Myths and
Facts", Guests welcome, Re-
freshments, 12:30 p.m. ;+,. m
Had assah-North Lauderdale
Chai Chapter: Program:
"Customs and Traditions," City
Hall, 7015 S.W. 71st Ave. (Rock
Island Rd.). 1p.m.
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N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33179
Hadaasah-Rayus Tamarac
Chapter: Program: Simulated
Press Interview by Estelle Ros-
enthal of Fanny Agin on her
extended stay in Israel. Tamarac
Jewish Center, noon.
Pioneer Women Debra Chapter:
Nomination and election of of-
ficers, Lauderdale Lakes City
Hall. 12:30 p.m.
Hadaaaah-Masada Margate
Chapter: Singer Shulamith
Saltzman, Guests welcome, Re-
freshments, Temple Beth Am,
12:30 p.m.
Temple Beth Iarael: Games, 7:30
ORT-Ramblewood East Chapter:
Board meeting, Ramblewood
East Condo Recreation Hall,
12:30 p.m.
Sunrise Jewish Center Men's
Club: Movie produced in Israel:
Jonathan and Tali, Tickets SI
may be purchased at Center
daily, 10 a.m.-noon.
Temple Ohel B'nai Raphael: Paid
up membership Luncheon, En-
tertainment, Lauderdale Lakes
City Hall.
ORT Lauderdale West Chapter:
General meeting, Broward
Federal, 3000 N. University Dr.,
Sunrise, noon.
Temple Beth "Tarael TJames,
15:30 p.m. '**" "*"
Women's Division Jewish Fede-
ration of Greater Fort Lauder-
dale: Annual Open Board
meeting, Election, Installation,
JCC, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.,
! Plantation, 10 a.m.
B'nai B'rith Hop* Chapter:
Luncheon and Installation, $5,
Inverrary Country Club, 11:45
Free Sons of Israel-Fort Lauder-
dale Lodge: General meeting,
Whiting Hail, Lou Golden
Singers. Refreshments, 7:30 p.m.
Pioneer Women-Tamara
Chapter: General meeting, Wa-
ter Bridge Recreation Hall,
Sunrise, noon.
Hadassah-Snoahana Tamarac
Chapter: Election of officers.
Mini lunch, Tamarac Jewish
Center, noon.
Jewish Community Center: Yom
Hashoa, Observance, Communi-
ty invited, 3 p.m.
Temple Beth Torah-Tamarac:
Games, 7 p.m.
Temple Beth Hillel Men's Club:
Breakfast meeting, Guest
Speaker: Dr. Norman R. Kor-
mun: "Urology and You", 9:30
Temple Beth Hillel: Games, 7
Temple Emanu-El: Games, 7:15
ORT Ocean Mile Chapter:
General meeting, Jarvis Hall,
11:30 a.m.
Temple Kol Ami Sisterhood-
Plantation: Executive meeting,
Temple, 8 p.m.
B'nai B'rith-Chapter: Board
meeting, Southern Federal, Uni-
versity and Sunset Strip.
Jewish War Veterans-Ed Gold- '
berg Poet: Meeting.
Chapter: Board meeting, 1 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El Couples
Club: Meeting, p.m.
Hadassah-Plantation Yachod: '
Board meeting, 12:30 p.m.
Temple Sisterhood-Pompano:
Board meeting, 10 a.m.
Temple Kol Ami Plantation: Ex-
ecutive meeting, Temple, 8 p.m.
Misrachi Women-Masada
Chapter: General meeting, noon.
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood:
Board meeting, 9:45 a.m.
Pioneer WomenHatikvah, Sun-
rise: Musical program honoring
| Israel's 33rd Anniversary, Whi-
ting Hall, 11:30 a.m. ,
Sunrise Jewiah Center Sister-
hood: Dessert and Card Party, '
Temple, Donation, $2, 12:30p.m.
Temple Beth Iarael: Games, 7:30
Hebrew Congregation of Lauder-
hill: Board meeting, Congrega-
tion Hall, 9:30a.m.
Yiddish Culture Chib: Meeting,
Satellite Clubhouse No. 15, Sun-
rise Lakes Phase I, 10 a.m.
B'nai B'rith Holiday Springs
Lodge 3086: Board meeting.
Clubhouse, 10 a.m.
Hadaaaah-Inverrary Gilah
Chapter: Board meeting, Colo-
nades Clubhouse, N.W. 56th St.
Lauderhill, 10 a.m.
ORT-Ramblewood East Chapter:
General meeting. Ramblewood E.
Condo Recreation Hall, 12:30
Brandeia-Fort Lauderdale-Pom-
pano Chapter: Board meeting.
Temple Ohel B'nai Raphael Sis-
terhood: General meeting, 1 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El Men's Club:
Board and General meetings, 8
Hadassah Ahavah Deerfield
Chapter: Board meeting, 10 a.m.
National Council of Jewiah
Women-No. Broward Section:
Donor Luncheon, Gibby's, 2900
N.E. 12th Ave., Oakland Park.
Broward County Commission:
The Status of Women, Broward
County Courthouse, 7:30 p.m.
ORT-Pompano Chapter: General
meeting, Pompano Beach Recre-
ation Center, 12:30 p.m.
Mizrachi Masada Chapter: Book
report by Helen Burgh, Broward
Federal and Savings Loan Bldg.,
3000 University Dr., Sunrise, 12
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Temple Beth Israel: Games,
12:30 p.m.
ORT-No. Broward Region: Exec-
utive Committee meeting, Region
office, 5482 N.W. 19th St., Lau-
derhill, 10 a.m.
B'nai B'rith-Sunrise Chapter:
General meeting, Nob Hill Recre-
ation Center, noon.
Nat any a Pioneer Women: Board
meeting, 1303 State Road 7,
Margate, 12:30 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Lakes Chapter:
Board meeting.
Hadasaah-Ilana Hawaiian
Gardens Chapter: Board
meeting-Also Donor Luncheon.
Hadsssah-Bat Ami Tamarac
Chapter: Installation meeting,
Tamarac Jewish Center, noon.
National Council of Jewiah
Women-Plantation: Art Auction,
Jewiah Community Center:
Israeli Ballet, p.m.
Temple Emanu-El: Breakfast, 10
Temple Emanu-El Youth Group:
Temple Beth Torah-Tamarac:
(lames, 7 p.m.
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The Jewish Floridian pi'Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Browsta' thru
with max levine
Carols Mueller, the Righteous
Gentile now living in Fort
Lauderdale, who was one of many
Christians who aided Jews in
Germany during the Nazi Holo-
caust, was among the non-Jews,
black and white, in attendance at
the Birkat haChammah
(Blessing of the Sun) observance
on the beach on April 8 The
Minyanaires from Rabbi Phillip
Labowitz's Temple Emanu-El
provided the wine and cookies for
the kiddush that concluded the
morning's religious service .
And the Chaplaincy Commission
al the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale pro-
vided orange juice.
At the Greater Margate Area
UJA Awards meeting, the Area's
Rxecutive Committee surprised
its Federation campaign
associate, Paul Levine, with a
token of its esteem and a card,
signed by all the committee
numbers, reading: A special
thanks to someone we're uerv
fortunate to know Rabbi
Joseph Berglas of Congregation
Hi ih Hillel of Margate and his
wife will be the honored guests at
a Bonds meeting May 17 at the
synagogue Temple Beth
Torah, Tamarac Jewish Center, is
accepting applications for its
Nursery School which begins
September 1 in the synagogue's
new school building.
The April 23 evening meeting
of IVnai B'rith's Pompano lodge
headed by Leon Siegel at Temple
historian, Yiddishist Dr. Samuel
Portnoy, professor of history
at Florida Atlantic University
Brandeis University
National Women's Committee,
founded in 1948, the year that
Brandeis admitted its first class
of 107 students, has 20 chapters
in Florida Rabbi David
Gordon, one of the Chaplaincy
Commission's corps of hospital-
visiting chaplains, visiting a
Jewish patient, was told by the
patient's roommate, a non-Jew,
thiit it was his first close contact
with a Rabbi. So Rabbi Gordon
had him recite a special prayer.
Blessed art Thou who has
kept me in life, sustained me and
enabled me to shake hands with a
Rabbi for the first time in mv life
Alan S. Katchen, associate
director of the Florida Regional
Office of Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, will
become director of the ADL's
Plain Stales area with offices in
Omaha, Neb.
Judy Fisher, BBYO assistant
director serving the Gold Coast
Council, has an office at JCC,
6501 W. Sunrise Blvd., Planta-
tion. BBYO-ers can reach her by
calling the Center's number, 792-
0700 ... If you visit Broward
County libraries, check for times
the libraries are open. Reduced
hours are in effect because of cut-
backs in the federally-funded
CETA (Comprehensive Educa-
tion and Training Act) program.
Rabbi Samuel Silver of
Temple Sinai in Delray Beach,
I and his wife, Elaine, the Temple's
organist and choir director,
present a musically illustrated
lecture and recital at 8 p.m.
Saturday, April 25, at the Mar
gate Catharine Young library,
5810 Park Dr. Tickets are $1.
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry, though it had selected a
date for its National Policy-Pro-
gram Conference more than a
year ago, changed it to avoid a
conflict with the more-recently-
planned Celebration 33. That's
the night for world-wide showing
of The Chosen, the movie based
on Chaim Potok's book. Thi
Conference now will begir
Sunday, May 31 at Hote
Roosevelt in NYC ... Ed Asner,
Hollywood star of Lou Grant TV
series, a member of Stephen Wise
Synagogue in Los Angeles,
narrated Jerusalem City of
Peace, a new 30-minute film for
Jewish Chautaugua Society .
During 1980, Israel increased its
exports by 23 percent, much of it
in high-technology products like
CAT scanners, computer soft-
ware systems and lasers.
Dr. David Gersten is present
ing a travelog on Egypt from
7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday,
April 29, at Coral Springs branch
library, 9571 W. Sample Rd. ...
Diaspora Yeshiva on Mt. Zion in
Jerusalem has a rock band. One
of its concerts was issued as an
album: Live from King David's
Tomb .. Dr. and Mrs. Denis
Trupkin of Plantation are the
chairpersons of the local chapter
of Assn. of Reform Zionists of
America ... At age 95, Dr.
Isaac Unterman, an honorary
member of Greater Miami Board
of License for Florida, published
new volumes: Jewish Giants of
the Spirit and A Man's Life
An Autobiography Five
Broward County Transit bus
routes have been modified to pro-
vide better service, including
Route 81 providing service to
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their very own Haggadah in Hebrew
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Morry Alter of TV 10 Action
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Installation luncheon of B'nai
B'rith Women's Hope chapter at
Inverrary Country Club .
New York native Harris B.
Stone, a past National Com-
mander of Jewish War Veterans,
has been selected as the new
?xecutive director of JWV.
Recently retired as director of the
Navy's Research and Develop-
ment Plans Division, he received,
n 1978, the Navy's highest
civilian honor: the Distinguished
Civilian Service Award Dr.
Mark PoUik presents a Holo-
caust slide show and talk at 9
a.m., Sunday, May 3, for upper
graders in the Religious School of
Temple Emanu-El, 3245 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi
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Temple Beth Orr will include
Passover Yizkor service during
the Shabbat service beginning at
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. April 24, 1981
fhe Hebrew Day School
6501 W. Sunrise Blvd. Plantation, Florida 33313
nifer Armstead; Pesach. Erin rector. Gregg Polsky; Producer,
Kim-berg: Haroset. Jordon Kendrick Solomon;
Small; Karpas J.D. Terziu; Musica, direcU)r was Af|ene
Moror Corey Friedman; Kos Solomon; costumes by Miki Sagi
Eliyahu, Michael Frieser; and Genia Kj Classroom
t me1J MZn Mintzer; teacher is Mrs MarileeKatz.
Mat/.ah, Adam Greenberg; Di-
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Learning Takes On Varied Forms For Students
Pictured are some of the varied
ways Hebrew Day School chil-
dren learn, below are listed other
learning programs:
The schools 2nd and 3rd
graders went on a field trip to the
Science Museum in West Palm
Reach. At the museum they
looked at a wide variety of
animals both live and preserved.
The students learned about
methods of grouping animals by
their characteristics.
They saw snakes, turtles,
lizards. spiders, and other
members of the animal kingdom
The children had the opportunity
to explore the museum and t<
browse around the museum shop
This trip was an extension of th
science program at the Daj
Visit Hospital
Kingergarten classes recently
had a guided tour of Plantation
General Hospital.
The children were met by head
Pediatric Nurse Cheryl Morris.
Nurse Morris took the class to
the Emergency Room where she
explained the types of equipment
used and what types of injuries
were treated in this section. At
this point a doctor joined the
group and proceeded with the
The Pediatric Unit was next on
the agenda. The Children wen
impressed with how "unhospital"
looking this part of the hospital
was. There were cheerful pictures
and soft green carpeting. A huge
play area dominated the center of
the floor. The students saw other
children, who were patients in
their rooms, but were only
permitted to wave to then
through the large glass windows.
They were totally fascinated by a
tiny six day old baby in an in-
From Pediatrics the group
went to a classroom to see a slide
show about a little boy going into
the hospital to have his tonsil;
out. After this presentation
punch and cookies were served.
To culminate this enriching ex-
perience the children had their
temperature and blood pressure
taken. Each child was given a,
paper face mask to protect them
against germs and a measured
medicine cup to take home as
souvenirs of their trip.
Plantation General Hospital
was an educational source for the
children of the School.
Seder Plate Play
The combined 4th and 5th
grades presented a children's
musical play April 10 in JCC
Soref Hall for Passover entitled.
"A Funny Thing Happened On
the Way To the Seder".
The symbols of the Seder plate
came to life when Miriam, the
daughter, accidentally dropped
(he plate on the floor as she and
in i mother prepare the table for
the traditional Passover Seder.
It seems that the symbols are
making an appearance in
Yourtown. U.S.A. The trials and
tribulations of a two-night stand
are sung and acted by an all star
cast: Mother. Erin Fineberg;
Miriam, Shari Greenberg:
Father, Ted Gayer; Son, Law-
rence Jackowitz; Hard boiled
egg, Sean Leder; Wine cup, Jen-
Standing under the chuppa at
Temple Reth Am in Margate.
Nan and Ren Carp repeated the
wedding vows they took HO years
ago with Rabbi Dr. Solomon Geld
reading the marriage ceremony
and Cantor Mario Rotoshansky
chanting the liturgy. Several
hundred guests were present to
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 24,1981

Awards for UJA Leaders in Margate Area
Maurice Berman of Margate Village Condos;
and from Paradise Gardens 2: Ceil and Harry
Lowe, Nat and Gertrude Bodner, Max Tager.
Pictured on this page are some
of the people from the 15 com-
munities within the Greater Mar-
gate Area who were honored by
the Area's Executive Committee
for the generous increased com-
mitments to the 1981 United
Jewish Appeal. The Executive
Committee is pictured: standing.
from left, Co-Chairman William
Katzberg, Jules Lustig, Advisor
Israel Resnikoff, Co-Chairman
Harry Glugover, Sam Lezell;
seated, Sara Simonowitz, Flora
Weller, Charles Charlip.
Representing Oakland Hills: David
Mitchell, Alfred Cohen, Ben Steinbor,
Gus Spindler.
In Oriole Gardens Phase I: Samuel Galtrof, Leo Levine,
Cy Herzog; in Oriole Gardens Phase II: Hy Kart, Esther
Rich, Herman Falkow.
Louis Litoff; Bermuda Club: Abe Epstein, Bernard
Simms, Isidore Landsman.
Palm Springs III: Milton Smith, Bertram Chalmer, Micki Paradise Gardens 4: David Klempner, Moe Levenson.
Grossman, Bud Weinstcin; Oriole Golf and Tennis I: Loui* Davidson, Morris and Florence Posner, Irving Spi-
David E. Brill, Louis Black, Mickey Danberg, Clarence lack- Charles Perlman.
Palm Springs II: Sol Dolleck, Hannah linger; Oriole Golf
and Tennis II: Lou Gatkin, Al Ostro; Paradise Gardens 1:
Morris Kirschbaum, Frieda Cohen, Louis Rosenberg.
Attending Brit Milah Seminar
Wynmoor UJA Honors Judge Brown
Taking time out from the one-
day seminar on the Medical and
Religious Aspects of Circum-
cision last month at Mount Sinai
Medical Center in Miami Beach
are (from left) Rabbi Albert B.
Schwartz, director of the
Chaplaincy Commission of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale; Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, director of Chaplaincy of
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Leslie S. Gottlieb,
and Joel Telles, executive
director and assistant executive
director respectively, Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Rabbi Schwartz was compli-
mented for initiating the program
and securing the co-sponsorship
of Mount Sinai Medical Center
the Federation in Miami, the
Federation of South Broward, the
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater
Miami, and the Brit Milah Board
of America. Rabbi Schiff who is
the chaplain at Mount Sinai and
executive vice president of the
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater
Miami was chairman for the
program which resolved to
establish a Brit Milah (Covenant
of Circumcision) Board in South
Florida. This board would
establish the course of study in
Jewish practice and law and also
in the surgical procedures at-
tendant to circumcisions. The
board, upon completion of such
study, over a -two-year period
possibly, would then grant
certificates to qualified mohelim
Judge Leo Brown (center) was
honored by his Wynmoor Village
neighbors for his commitment,
dedication and devotion to
Judaism and the State of Israel
as exemplified by his support of
the United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. So
large was the sale of tickets for
the breakfast meeting sponsored
by the UJA Committee, that
some 600 residents of the
Coconut Creek community
traveled to Plantation's Holiday
Inn for the event.
Pictured with Judge Brown, at
the meeting which resulted in
contributions far exceeding last
year's total from Wynmoor, were
Joel Telles, assistant executive
director of the Federation, who
spoke; Naoma Brown; Wynmoor
UJA Chairman Louis Schneider
Kenneth Bierman, Federation's
campaign director.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Federation and WECARE Bring Joys of Passover to Many People
The Chaplaincy Commission ol
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale and one of its
beneficiaries, the Jewish Com-
munity Centers WECARE vol-
unteers, produced Passover
Seders on television, a number of
nursing homes, and the Broward
County prison. Selkirk Commu-
nications made its facilities
available for videotaping the
complete service (without the
4kt uul meal) featuring the family
"***W Dr. and Mrs. Robert Segaul
with Abraham J. Gittelson,
director of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education of the Federa-
tion, as narrator. This production
was shown on the air at two dif-
ferent times last week on
Selkirk's Cable 25.
At nursing homes (some of
which are pictured on this page)
and at the prison, Rabbi Albert
, LU Schwartz, director of Federa-
tion Chaplaincy Commission, and
u member of the volunteer corps
of chaplains, Rabbi David
Gordon, conducted the service,
with Sol Gruber officiating as
cantor, aided by Anne Fleisch-
man, WECARE coordinator, and
Ruth Horowitz, chairman of
WECARE nursing home
Top right, seated at the Pass-
over table set up by Sue Segaul
with the help of her husband and
children in the Selkirk TV studio,
are Dr. Segaul, sons Jim and Jon,
daughters Robin and Jennifer,
and Mrs. Segaul. In the pictured
scene, Jon is holding up the Seder
plate for the TV camera while the
items are being explained.
The County Prison library is
the setting for the other picture.
Jewish prisoners and guards
joined in the service conducted
by Rabbi Gordon and Cantor
Gruber. Standing alongside them
in the background are Ruth
Gordon and Anne Fleischman.
Not pictured are the Seders
that were conducted at other
nursing homes, where Rabbi
Rudolph Weiss was assisted by
Lillian Schoen and her group of
WECARE volunteers at Planta-
tion Nursing Home, and Rabbi
Mordecai Brill who officiated
with Ruth Horowitzes group of
volunteers at Covenant Care.
3ct nuRsinq homes
A T CENTER FOR LIVING: One of the several tahli a set up in the large dining roam
A? CENTER FOR LIVING: In top photo Ruth Horowitz holds the microphone while
Anna Merski recites the blessing over the candles. In lower photo as Rabbi Schwartz
recites the blessing over the wine, joining in are Sol Gruber, Sol Cohen who has been
leading a group ofB'nai B'rith members regularly to Center for Living and the Center's
administrator, Monroe Mitchell.
AT MANOR OAKS: With Gruber, Rabbi Schwartz and Mrs. Horowitz
Administrator Ralph Morrison and Judi Dilaney, the home's director.
are Manor Oaks
ATA VIVA. The Haggadah recital is given by Rabbi Gordon.

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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 24,1981
JCC Happenings
Call Ed Baaan, 792-6700, for
additional information.
Summer Swim Team
Summer Swim Team will start
on Monday, June 8, to Friday,
August 28 for boys and girls in
1st through 10th grade. Meets
will be held on Sunday afternoon.
Swim team will provide
training in endurance, stroke
improvement and stamina. This
is not swim lessons, but a team
for those who already can swim.
During Summer Day Camp,
swim team members will get a
half hour (3:30-4 p.m.) to relax
and play in the pool before prac-
tice starts. Also, each Friday will
be a fun, watergames practice for I
the team members. Swim meets,
when scheduled, will be held on I
Sundays, against other area
Co-ed Doubles
Tennia Tournament
The first of a planned Annual
Co-ed Doubles Tennis Tourna-
ment will be held on Sunday,
May 24 at 9 a.m. (Individual
entries can be matched with a
partner). Registration and
particulars may be obtained from
the1 Center office.
Independence Dag Celebration May 17 JCC SpiRit
There will be something for
everyone on Sunday, May 17,
when the Jewish community of
all of North Broward celebrates
the sixth Annual Israeli Inde-
pendence Day Celebration of the
Jewish Community Center of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. It will
demonstrate the community's
Solidarity with the State of Israel
as it marks the 33rd anniversary
of its declaration of Independ-
Beginning with the 7:33 a.m.,
registration! for the 8:33 a.m.
start of the 3.3-mile United Jew-
ish Appeal (UJA) Walk-A-Thon,
sponsored by Jewish Federation,
the big series of events will begin
as the walkers return to the JCC
Perlman Campus at 9601 W.
Sunrise Blvd., Plantation, for the
The youth of the community
will have an opportunity to show
their athletic prowess in Mac-
cabiah (Olympic-style) games on
the athletic field.
Other portions of the 16-acre
Campus will be dotted with game
booths, food booths, soft-drink
booths, and a variety of activity,
with participation by the many
Jewish organizations in North
An extensive cultural program
is planned for the day. This is
being coordinated by Central
i Agency for Jewish Education
and the Council of Educational
Directors and Rabbis of North
This program will include three
elements: Israel Cinema '33, a
continuous showing of documen-
taries, travelogs and Israel
Reports, short films of Israeli life
similar to the films produced by
March of Time; also a multi-
faceted potpourri of lectures and
talks by leading local scholars on
Contemporary Issues in Israel
Life, and Israel '33 in Song and
Dance, centered on the theme of
"Israel Today: Alive and
Singing" with local choirs, and
antnrs taking part.
Chilfcpen 'adopt' QRanfcpaRents
Eather Solomon, WECARE
(With Energy, Compassion And
Responsible Effort) volunteer.
Esther was born and raised in '
Flint, Mich. She married and
moved to Cairo, 111., where her
three children were raised. All of
her children and grandchildren
still live in Cairo. Esther was
actively involved in PTA and
Women's Division of the South
Illinois Jewish Federation. She
was also President of B'nai
Esther, now a resident of
Inverrary has been involved with
the JCC since its inception. She
has also been very active in
Hadassah, serving as president
and fund raising vice president of
Inverrary Gilah Chapter. She is
also the liaison to the Florida Mid
Coast Region for the JCC.
Esther has chaired the
WECARE Blood Drive and
Health Care Day 1980. Her most
recent accomplishment has been
as chairman of Health Fair '81, a
program sponsored by TV 4, the
Heart Association ana Blue
Cross Blue Shield. The JCC in
cooperation with Doctors General
Hospital was one of many sites in
Dade & Broward Counties. Under
Esther's skillful guidance the
Center site serviced more people
than any of the other sites. Over
1200 people were processed
through a variety of Health Tests
and Screenings. A vote of thanks
to Esther and her corps of
__ "Can I see you again?" asked
Eric Grossman to his adoptee
grandmother of the day.1 "I
haven't had such fun since my
children were young!" exclaimed
Sari Winograd, who is pictured
with Eric. She made the comment
to the other adopted grand-
parents of the day.
Eric was one of the 16 children
who met 10 senior adults on
March 27, for the first time at the
Jewish Community Center of
Greater Fort Lauderdale for a
most unique and exciting inter-
generational program.
Adopt a grandchild or grand-
parent for the day was the idea of
two staff members of JCC, Scott
Snyder, Youth Services Coor-
dinator, and Susana Rothstein-
Flaum, Senior Adult Supervisor.
Children and senior adults do
npt have many opportunities to
be together unless they are part
Bermuda Club Aids Pesach Fund
Anita Perlman (left), president of Jewish Community Center, accepts
a check for $900, the proceeds from the annual Spring holiday party at
the Bermuda Club's clubhouse in Tamarac. Making the presentation
were Ida Strum, president of Bermuda Ladies Social Club; Julius Ger-
sten, social chairman of Bermuda Club Men's Assn., and Sol Weiss-
ner, president of the Bermuda Club Men's Assn. The money was
donated to the WECARE Passover Fund which provided food for
needy families.
of a three generational family and
live close to one another. In
South Florida, this is not a very
common situation. In many cases
the children and grandchildren of
seniors live up north.
The day started at 10 a.m. with
fun and games. After a while
everyone had learned each other's
names, and all felt very com-
fortable with each other. It was
especially exciting when the chil-
dren were asked to pick a name
out of a hat. The name picked
would correspond to the adopting
grandparent of the day. After
several minutes everyone had
been happily adopted.
By mid-morning, they were on
their way to a vegetable and fruit
u-pick-it farm. The mission was
to pick enough vegetables for a
delicious salad and plenty of
strawberries for an ice cream
sundae, which they would eat for
lunch, back at the JCC.
Over 45 MIM Club
The -newly organized "Over 45
Mr. & Mrs. Club" is planning two
functions for the month of May.
An evening of Bunko will be held
at 8 p.m. on May 3 and a Square
Dance on May 23. All are
welcome to attend and get in-
volved in this new group.
May 17 is Israel Independence Day
UJ A Walkathon
Carnival Booths
Fun for all
Temple Sholom Thrift Shop
Temple Sholom of Pompano
Beach will open a year-round
Thrift Shop at 101 SW 2nd St.,
Pompano. Managed by Alyce
Arrick, the shop, which is seeking
donations of new and used mer-
chandise, will be open weekdays
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Miriam Breitman, pictured as
she led a JCC Choral Group
rehearsal, was lauded for the
group's debut during Jewish
Music Month '81. The enthu-
siastic audience gave the per-
formers a standing ovation and
spread the news of this outstand-
ing program over our town;
wherein even those who did not
attend are talking about the
event. It's only the beginning
folks! The group has a great
future! If you enjoy singing, this
is your opportunity to shine. Join
Hal Rackin, a sensitive and
knowledgable art historian, has
announced plans for next
season's art history lectures. He
uses slides and films and brings
his own equipment. He's truly a
JCC treasure Plans are being
made for expanded JCC Theatre
Guild programming next season.
Interested in working on a play-
reading committee that will make
choices for production? Call
Irene Unterman and Richard
Ryan will direct two musicals
next season. Milk and Honey is
their first choice. Watch for audi-
tion notices! ... A Book Club is
planned for the summer months.
Can't you jurt see them under
JCC's banyan tree Trips are
being planned for the Wanderlust
Club during the summer.
Interested? Call Ruth or Susana
for information.
Those going on the Spoleto
Festival trip will have an added
l)onus. The Charleston Jewish
Community Center plans to
entertain them with a visit to
Jewish points of interest and
luncheon with their jet-setter*
... If you haven't gotten your
Tzinderella tickets as yet
you'd better hurry. Tickets are
going fast. It will be a real fun
evening in Yiddish Drop by
and say "hello" if you haven't as
yet made your visit to the Perl-
man Campus. You'll find a warm
welcome awaiting you. Spirit
Bermuda Qub Players
Doing 'Berlin'Story
The Bermuda Club Players will
present their original version oj
the Irving Berlin Story at 8 p.m.,
Sunday, May 3, at Temple Beth
Israel, 7100 W. Oakland Park
Blvd., for the benefit of the
Pediatric Care Center in Sunrise.
The show was compiled by
Sunny Landsman, who directed
it with assistance by Sam
Farbsteen and Murray Zwerd-
Img. Whitey Cohen is the stage
director. Jean Kozinn is at the
piano. i
Fay Hollander, Freida Klein
and Sylvia Better have ticket
New Silver ~ Haired Legislators
Tuesday, April 14, voting by
area residents 60-plus years of
age for the Broward Silver-
Haired Legislature, the mock
legislative delegation that formu-
late resolutions to pass on to
Florida's Legislature, resulted in
the election of Aaron Heller of
Lauderhill and Irving J. Seitz of
Margate as senators for Senate
Districts 30 and 31. In House
Districts 92-97, the lone North
Broward winner was Bess R.
Kahn of Fort Lauderdale.
Winners of seats from House
Districts 84-88 are Irving Baskin
of Plantation, Sarah Flesichman
'of Tamarac, Sylvia Gottleib and
Joseph Garber of Lauderhill,
George S. DuBato of Margate.
The mock legislature will meet
in Tallahasee the last week in
July to consider issues of par-
ticular interest to older adults.
AJCongress Newman
Jeanette Lessin will conduct
the program of the American
Jewish Congress, Louis D.
Newman chapter, at 12:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, May 5, at Temple Beth
Israel, Century Village, Deerfield
Beach. Entertainment will be
provided by Harry Cohen and
His Music Makers.

Hay, April 24, i81
The Jewish Floridianof Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 13
ime Minister Begin Sends 'Birthday' Greetings
rotn Jerusalem our eternal
indivisible capital I send to
i all heartfelt greetings on the
ksion of the 33rd anniversary
Ehe proclamation of Israel's
ependence in the land of our
liter the most terrible disaster
|h befell our people in Europe
I the heroic fight in Eretz
I, I for national self-liberation
lived to see the day, one of the
test in the annals of our
ent people, when we became a
_nn amongst nations, free and
pendent in our own country.
|e then we have brought home
Ions of the Jewish people
h the four corners of the
Id. We have had to sustain
independence through five
wars, in which 14,000 of our best
men gave their lives and more
than 30,000 were wounded. But
we did protect and preserve our
independence. We set our
country free; we reunited Jerusa-
lem, we built up the land and are
turning it into green pastures.
This year we celebrate the
second anniversary of the signing
of the peace treaty between
Egypt and Israel. No doubt this
is a turning point in the annals of
the two countries and of the
Middle East. After 31 years of a
state of war and of five actual
wars waged on the battlefield
with great sacrifice, sorrow and
l>oreavement, we, Egypt and
Israel, declared that we shall
never again raise arms against
each other and the state of war i*
The Middle East and its pe-
riphery are in a state of turmoil.
Iraq faces Iran in armed conflict.
Syria, itself seized by internal
convulsions, is in confrontation
with Jordan. Lebanon continues
its inner bloody strife, mainly
because of the presence of the
criminal PLO, now armed by
So\ let tanks and heavy weapons,
aided by Syria and financed, as
before, by Saudi Arabia. In this
arena of instability and dispute
the only peaceful corner
emanates from the treaty of
peace between Israel and Egypt.
We have since signed many
agreements which stem from the
treaty. We still have problems;
indeed we hope to solve them.
Better the difficulties of peace
than the sufferings of war. We
will be faithful to all the terms
ind all the parts of the Camp
Javid agreement. There may still
be difficulties ahead but we have
started this great new chapter in
our life, peace. We live by the
faith that in generations to come
our people will live in this land
together with their neighbors, in
equality, in human dignity, in
freedom, in independence and in
real security. MazalTov and Hag
Sameach to all of you.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, AprU 24, 1981
Organizations In The News
Canadian Consul General
Ralph Stewart (left center)
receives a plaque honoring
Canada for the role played by its
Embassy in Iran in helping six
Americans escape from
terrorists when the U.S.
Embassy was seized. Presenta-
tion was made by Wm. Kretch-'
man Jewish War Veterans Post
Commander Al-Danheiser at the
cent meeting honoring the
Consul Gfcnt-rai Stewart, who
Saintains the Canadian Con-,
latem Atlanta, also received a
plaque and the key to City of
Sunrise presented by Sunrise
Acting Mayor Stuart Campbell.
JWV National Commander
Irwin Steinberg, recently
returned from a tour of Europe
and Israel, spoke of the in-
creasing acts of anti-Semitism in
the U.S. and in Europe.
Guests included Norton Leff,
chief aide to the JWV national
commander; Allen Shayne,
Canadian commander of JWV in1
Toronto, and Milton Harrison
Berk, commander of JWV's
Broward Palm Beach District
Council., Shirley Kirschner,
president of Kretchman's
Auxiliary, extended greetings
also to the Canadians.
The Plantation Choraleers, led
by Ted Wheeler, sang national
anthems of both countries to
open the program and closed it
with Battle Hymn of the
Chairman for the tribute to
Canada was Marty Kaufman.
The first convention of the
Broward-Palm Beach District
Council of the Jewish War
Veterans and its Ladies
Auxiliary will be held at the
Holiday Inn of West Palm Beach,
100 Datura St., May 1, 2. and 3.
More than 300 delegates of the
JWV Posts and Ladies Auxil-
iaries from: Hollywood, Mira-
mar. Sunrise, Tamarac, Fort
Lauderdale, Margate, Coral
Springs, Boca Raton, Deerfield
Beach, Delray Beach and West
Palm Beach will attend the con
A joint Memorial Service will
be held Saturday, May 2 in which
(he JWV Post and Auxiliaries
will participate honoring
deceased members of the group.
Awards will be presented to
the "Commander of the Year",
Post's newspapers and increases
in membership.
Highlighting the affair will be
an address of national interest on
current events by National JWV
Commander Irwin Steinberg who
recently returned from the
Middle East and Western
The Showtime Players will
give another performance of The
Young at Heart, a musical revue
conceived and directed by Sara
Filner and Kitty Starr, at 7:30
p.m., Sunday, May 3, in Century
Village's Le Club, located in the
new activities center off Power-
line Rd. in Deerfield Beach.
Proceeds of the sale of $2 tickets
will go to the Deerfield Beach
chapter of Women's American
The tickets can be obtained
from Sara Filner, Jean Lessick
and Jane Luftig, and at the box
office the
Hadassah's 61st Unit
Esther Cannon, president of
.he Florida Mid-Coast Region of
Hadassah, reported formation of
the region's 61st unit in Broward
Iranian County and South Palm Beach.
a special meeting, with
some 40 women present, the
Dania chapter of Hadassah was
officially organized. Anne Gans
)f Dania, was elected president.
Other officers include Lillian
Berger, education vice-president;
Lucie Esrick, membership vice-
president; Lillian Weiss,
rreasurer; Kay Isaacs, financial
secretary; and Betty Adler,
.ecording secretary.
A strong membership cam-
paign is planned for the summer,
and at special ceremonies in
September, the national charter
will be presented. All charter
members will be honored at this
Hilda Ivers will be installed as
president of the Sisterhood of
Temple Emanu-El, 3245 W.
Oakland Park Blvd., at a lunch-
eon meeting at 11:30 a.m., Tues-
day, May 19, with Rabbi Jeffrey
L. Ballon officiating as the in-
stalling officer.
Other officers are Shirley Pock,
Lisa Earle, Evelyn Miller, Mary
Blumberg, Carolyn Russell,
Leona Mills, Estelle Wagner, vice
presidents; Frances Welsch, Mali
Berliner, Gertrude Baker,
secretaries; Jeannette Siegel,
Board members include: for
one year, Josephine Newman,
Ceil Shapiro, Molly Tier: two
years, Evelyn Miller, Evelyn
Shainman, Jean Steinfeld.
Sid Nessel was honored as
"Man of the Year" by the B'nai
B'rith Blue Star lodge of
Tamarac at the installation of
officers and board members. The
award was presented by Philip
Weinberger, outgoing president.
Oscar Goldstein, representing
Florida's District 5, installed the
officers: Dr. Sam Lazarus,
president; Zeke Feldman,
Charles Fox, Carl Alper, Nat
Shrenley, vice presidents;
Charles S. Krantz, honorary vice
president; Jack Brill, Mark
Weissman, E. Ross Zimmerman,
secretaries; Isador Gross,
treasurer; Philip Weinberger,
chaplain, and David Gornitsky,
Justine Weintraub will be
installed as president of the
Temple Beth Israel (7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd.) Sisterhood
at 7:30 p.m., Monday, May 18.
This will be concluding meeting
for the Sisterhood for its fiscal
year with Mrs. Isadore Koshover
presiding. Beth Israel's Cantor
Maurice Neu will present a pro-
gram of songs following the
The Florida Region of Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee, will hold its Spring
Luncheon on Tuesday, May 12,
at the Boca Raton Hotel and
Club. Carol Weber, Editor of the
Broward News Section of the
Miami Herald, will be the
Officers and board will be
installed by Esther Schwartz,
former national president. Belle
Grusky will serve as president of
the Region again. The vice-pres^
idents are Linda Green of the-
West Broward chapter, Etta
Kasten of Boynton Beach, Rita
Klein of Delray, Sylvia Simons of
Greater Hollywood, and Elaine
Stone of Inverrary-Woodlands.
Myra Cohen of Lake Worth
Chapter will be recording
secretary, Janet Goldman from
I nverrary-Woodlandp, .corres-
ponding secretary, and Doris
Olin of Fort Lauderdale-
Pompano, treasurer.
Directors are Laurie Angel ol
Orlando, Anita Malmuth of*.,
Miami, Florence Isaacs of Inver-
rary-Woodlands, Anne Karlin of
Fort-Lauderdale-Pompano, and
Gertrude Wellens of Sarasota.
Bat Ami-Tamarac Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its installa-
tion meeting Thursday (instead
of the regular Monday) May 7, 12
noon at the Tamarac Jewish
Center, 9101 NW 57 St.'.
Tamarac. Refreshments will be
served prior to the meeting.
Esther Cannon, outgoing
President of the Florida Mid-
Coast Region of Hadassah, will
act as Installing Officer. The
following will serve the Chapter
for 1981-82: President, Florence
Krantz; vice presidents, fund
raising, Eleanora Jacolow; mem-
bership. Dorothy Pittman;
program, Ina Miller; education,
We Walk As One
3.3 Miles For Israel's
At ii ^ 33 Years Of
WalkathOn Independence
Sunday, May 17,1981
Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Everyone Invited to Walk and Sign Up Sponsors
Registration 7:33 a.ia Walkathon Begins 8:33 a.m.
at Jewish Community Center Perlman Campus
6501 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation
Join the first UJA
Walk-A Thon to show
ISRAEL and to raise
money for Jews
around the world.
Be a walker... Be a Sponsor...
Be a volunteer... Be whatever
you want to be, BUT be a part
of Israel Independence Day
Celebration May 17,1981
Qet your Walk-A-Thon Envelopes
to collect sponsor contributions
at your synagogue, organization, JCC

hay, April 24, 1981
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 15
El Weinberg; treasurer,
kices Marcus; financial secre-
\, Betty Marcus; recording
ptary, Harriet Klein, corres-
jing secretary, Janet Cantor
Donor Luncheon for the
lined membership of Bat
|-Tamarac and Shoshana-
jarac chapters of Hadassah,
sday, May 14, noon, will be
at Justins on University
(re in Sunrise. More than 300
fibers and guests are ex-
1. Arrangements committee
lists of Freida Minde and
Hauptman for Shoshana;
Inora Jacolow and Doris
for Bat Ami. Entertain-
by Chuck Lyons, pianist
_en Haven Kazoodlers of
larac, playing kazoos, har-
licas, piano, mandolin and
ns, is celebrating its 10th
versary by performing at
ling homes. They are spon-
by the Retired Senior
tnteer Program (RSVP> and
non-profit group was founded
ose Simmons and Fay Krug-
with Florence Young,
_r, directing the group for
I of its existence.
lie current group of Green
lita Kazoodlers of Section 12,
by Young, includes: Ann
|nstein, Harry Bernstein, Ann
ick, Virginia Copeland, Lou
eyer, Sylvia Hutner, Bert
no. Pearl Kagle, Fay Krug-
Leo Lederman. Edith
fcuire, Ann Morantz, Julia
Juld, Dorothy Postin, Mollie
rn. Lil Vono. Hilda Wolfthal.
. one-day seminar to help
non learn how to benefit
Insvlves and their organiza-
1, sponsored by Florida Inter-
Bonal University, will be held
lii i) u.m. to 4 p.m., Wednes-
1. June 3. at the Sheraton
lur House near the Miami
irnational Airport at 3900
'21 St.. Miami.
. special panel of successful
fcifii executives will address
Jileins uniquely confronting
Ini-n in management and
Igcsl alternative courses of
lion for dealing with them.
fill suggests that women in
Inagcmint and women with
li.i^rmcnl potential who want
, develop more effective
luigcmont styles should at-
The fit- is *7B per person
ll includes all hand out
Idiials. all refreshment
Inks und hutch, in addition to
l>iMik. Games Mother Never
Bebee Pullman of Fort Lauder-
dale, member of the national
board of Pioneer Women Council,
Harriet Green, council president
and national building fund com-
mittee chairman; Dr. Robert
Friedmann, of Haifa University,
guest speaker, were principals at
the annual donor luncheon
recently at the Deauville Hotel,
Miami Beach.
of participation in an organized
continuing education experience
under responsible sponsorship,
capable direction and qualified
instruction." CEU's are recog-
nized nationally as a permanent
record of participation in non-
credit continuing education.
Early registration at Dept. of
Conferences, FIU, Tamiami
Trail, Miami 33199, is recom-
mended because space is limited.
The newly-formed Pompano
Beach Chapter of ORT will meet
at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, May
13, in the Pompano Beach
Recreation Center, 1801 NE 6 St.
The organizers of the new chapter
extend an invitation to all in-
terested to attend this meeting.
Taught You: Corporate Games-
manship for Women.
Fl U will also give.6CEU for all
those who complete the seminar.
One CEU is defined as "10 hours
s- .
Hy Taub was re-elected com-
mander of the Coral Springs
JWV post. He was installed at a
meeting last month at Temple
Beth Orr. Others installed were:
Sam Summers, senior vice com-
mander; Nat Holender, junior
vice commander; Lou Feuer,
quartermaster; Al Schenk,
adjutant; Bernie Karpoff, service
ifficer; Dave Kargman, judge
idvocate; Max iPolucuk,
:haplain; Eli Emmett, action
officer; Milton Kamenetz, master
at arms: Joe Besmertnick,
membership; Casper Kamenetz,
publicity; Bernie Malkin, public
relations; Irving Friedes, in-
surance chairman; Eli Giller,
hospital chairman.
Coral Spring* JWV
A woman's auxiliary is
planned by the Jewish War
Veterans Coral Springs Post with
an invitation extended to
veterans.and their wives to at-
tend the meeting of the Post at 8
p.m., April 27, at Temple Beth
Orr, 2151 Riverside Dr.
Coinciding with the actual
Jewish calendar date of the State
of Israel's Declaration of
Independence in 1948 when it
became a nation among nations
of the world, the Zionist Organ-
ization of Century Village East,
Deerf ield Beach, is sponsoring a
Yom Haatzmaut (Independence
Day) celebration Friday morning,
May 8. at y o'clock in the party
room of the Main Clubhouse at
the Deerfield Beach Century
All of the Jewish organizations
at Century Village have been
: invited to attend the program
which will feature songs, dances,
speeches in Yiddish and English.
Notices of the meeting have been
posted on the 263 buildings of the
There will be another Israel
Independence Day celebration at
Century Village at 10 a.m., May
17. This one will be held in
Temple Beth Israel at W Hills-
borough Blvd., Deerfield Beach.
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I Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 24, 1981
Brbwardfs Congressmen
Oppose Sale of Weapons
Beth Orr Begins Fund Campaign
Florida's U.S. Senators
Lawton Chiles and Paula
Hawkins have joined an impres-
sive number of Senators and
Congressman who have ex-
pressed a critical judgment
about the Reagan Administra-
tion's intention to sell advanced
offensive weapons to Saudi
Arabia (See also Page One story
CRC Opposes Arms Sale to Saudi
Sen. Roger Jepsen (R Iowa)
and Sen. Howard M. Met
zenbaum (D-Ohio, a winter-time
resident of Pompano's Palm
A ire) led a colloquy on the Senate
floor on April 2. They were joined'
by 13 Republicans and 14 De-
mocrats, joining 12 Republicans
and nine Democrats who took
part in an earlier colloquy.
Two weeks ago in the House,
Rep. Jack Kemp (R-NY) and!
New Homes
Ground was broken on April 10 '
for 201 homes designed to meet
the needs of apartment dweller?
seeking to return to a singl<
family living style at Lak
Colony at 7277 McNab Road in
The single story cluster homes
provide maximum privacy and
ninimum exterior and ground
maintenance. The homes will
occupy less than half the density
permitted for the 34 acre site and
each owner will hold individual
title. The project is a joint
venture of the Bos Group and.
Bay Colony Properties.
According to Peter Bos.i Presi-
dent, Lake Colony will also have
its own private lake, shuffleboard
courts, swimming pool,' club-
house, sauna ana tennis court.
One and two bedroom units with
attached garages are priced from
$64,600 to $79,600.
"Lake Colony will be all single
story units with the grounds and
recreation facilities maintained
by a home owners association,"
Bos said. "In addition, we feel
the location, which is within easy
walking distance of both shop-
ping and good bus transporta-
tion, will be particularly appeal-
Among standard features
offered at Lake Colony are a tiled
entrance hallway, energy-saving
heat pump-air conditioning,
wiring for cable TV, vaulted
living room ceiling, attached
garage with inside access door,
dishwasher, a 17 cubic foot frost-
free refrigerator and luminous
kitchen ceiling.
Temple Ncwb
Beth Israel
Temple Beth Israel, 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd., wfll not
have an 8 p.m. Sabbath Eve ser-
vice tonight (Friday, April 24).
Mincha service will be at 6 p.m.,
with Shabbat service at 8:45
a.m., conducted by Rabbi Phillip
A. Labowitz with Cantor Maurice
Neu chanting the liturgy.
For the final holiday of Pesach,
Sunday, April 26, services will
l>e at 8:45 a.m., including Yiskor
Steve Gruber, son of Phyllit
Skillman and Allen Gruber, will
become a Bar Mitzvah at the 11
a.m., Saturday, May 2, service at
Temple Emanu-El, 3245 W. Oak
land Park Blvd.
Also at Temple Emanu-El
Kimberly Shiff, daughter ol
Michael and Idelle Shiff, will
become a Bat Mitzvah, at 11
a.m., Saturday, May 9, service.
Mete Hur'e Aide
king lor home can,
own oar". Phono
Rep. Junes Blanchard (D-Mich)
led a special order in which
Broward'a Representatives.
TJemocratica Dan Mica and
William Lehman, and Republican
E. Clay Shaw were unying the 85
members participating.
AIPAC (American Israel
Public Affairs Committee)
suggests that these Represen-
tatives and Senators be thanked
for criticizing this Saudi arms
package and encourage them U
continue to speak out, par
ticularly when tht
Administration makes formal
notification to Congress of its
NJCRAC (National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Council), with which Federation's
Community Relations Committee
is affiliated, reported such
newspapers as The New York
Times, Philadelphia Inquirer,
San Francisco Examiner,
Milwaukee Journal, among
others have editorialized against
the proposed arms sale.
Temple Beth Orr kicked-off its
Capital Fundraising drive with a
-ally Sunday afternoon, April 12,
at the synagogue in Coral
Campaign Director Buddy
Himber said the drive is aimed at
-aising enought money to start
-he proposed $1.3 million ad-
dition to the Temple.
A Leadership Council has been
formed. It consists of Dr. Philip
Averbach, Dr. Stephen Geller,
Raymond Hersh, Edward
Kaplan, Dr. Michael Mishkin,
Peter Oppenheimer, Joel Zeiger.
Working closely with the
Leadership Council are the Cam-
paign Leaders, consisting of
James Gordon, Dr. Eugene
Black, Samuel Zackowitz, David
Sharing Faith
Ethel Teran of Lauderdale
'Lakes tells of an experience
, which she wants to share with
"The woman in the bed next to
i me was very ill ... We shared
little jokes and conversations .
Suddenly she said: 'Ethel, come
and hold my hand. Please read
my prayers to me.' I read what
she wished while she tightly
gripped her rosary. A smile
crossed her lips and her hand
went limp in mine. She was gone
. Being of the Jewish faith it
gave me a feeling of closeness to
all mankind that I could give
comfort to one of another faith.
"Later, while I pondered what
had happened, the following
flowed from my pen: It was like
the calm before the storm and
someone called out to give them
my hand And all of a sudden
I did understand everyone needs
someone, in happiness or sorrow
. And at that moment I had
my moment with God He in
His wisdom gave me the
strength to be strong And
showed me that there was good-
ness and no wrong And I
know how I was given a wonder-
ful gift of life ... To be honored
with being a mother and wife."
Gross, Mark Hamelsky, Peter
Weinstein and Jerry Brenman.
Temple Beth Orr, a Reform
congregation, founded in 1972,
completed its first building in
September 1977. Its 160 family
membership has nearly trebled in
size since then and the first phase
of an expansion program is under
way. The newest building to go
up will be a 20,000 square foot
addition, which will consist of a
sanctuary, social hall, kitchen
facilities and office.
Rabbi Donald R. Gerber,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Orr, assumed the pulpit in July
1980. Temple officers directly
involved in the program are,
Barry Kantrowitz, President;
Joel Zeiger, Vice-President in
charge of fund raising; Joel
Levenston, Treasurer; Stan
Bernstein, Chairman of the
building program; Joel Klaits
and Al Winnerman, legal council
and financial advisors. Publicity,
publications and printing are
being handled by Janet Oppen-
heimer, Michael Kliegman and
David Henry.
founder and Chairman ofj|
the Board of Directors of ^k
American Savings, Shepard
Broad, was present at the
t meeting when, ac-
' cording to David
state of Israel
was bom.
Now, 36 years
later, we are JpF 1
to celebrate heL
Aoeace. It has a special
meaning for all of us at
American Savings. We pray
it has a special meaning
for you and your family
duringlhis anni-
versary season.

Any ol our more than 40
American Savings offices
will Jbe pleased to give you
a complimentary copy of |
the Miami Magazine story
that explains in lull that
auspicious meeting that led
to Israelfcbeginning.

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Mr t Mrs Aaron Goldstein. Pa
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Linda Grey. Cal
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Clara Kramer, N J
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Fanny Kraus. Ill
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Thelma Laderman. La
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Cantor Morns Lang. Can
Pearl Lang. Can
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Mr t Mrs Rubin Lansky. Ga
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Golda Lasman Fla
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Stanley Lebove. Cal
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Mr t Mrs Harry Lelco Ga
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arc over l.OtfO* survivor* and children of
irvtvors of the Holocaust who have already le-
ttered for the World Oatbcrlnfl. rron June 14
18. we -ill cook to Israel aad Join with fellow
t froaa 11 other countries In aa historic
eat which will never again be repeated,
id the Basses. You atsy find someone you
t, Soateone who may have been In the ssme
ip arlth fa**, Someone you may not have
i survived. Then add your name to the list,
this 36th anniversary of our liberation. Join
t at the World Gathering. Remember with us at
I Vasttem. Stead with us at the Western Wall.
! with us In Israel
of January 26. 1961. Only U.S. and Canadian
Udpanta are listed. Survivors from other cota
are sendlna their rtxoJatrations directly to laracl.
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Mr t Mrs Isaac Friedman
4 daughter Fla
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Or t Mrs Howard Guterman N Y
Michael Guterman N Y
Devorah Orbach Guttavman Va
Fran Gulterman Va
Ruth Gufterman Va
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Mr tMrs HemnchGuftman Cal
Mr t Mrs Max Haaiman Pa
Mr t Mrs Meyer Hack Mass
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Frieda Ha" Wash
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Susan Hill N Y
Benjamin Hirsch. Cal
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Mr t Mrs Mark Hochhausen. N Y
Mr t Mrs Joseph Horn N J
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Francis Irwin. N Y
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Rose Kleinman. N Y
Sol Kleinman. N V
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Abraham Krmotek. Cal
Akiva Kohana. N Y
Mr tMrs DavJKorH.Cat
Mr t Mrs Frederic* Koto. Cal
Mr tMrs MichaelKokn.NY
Leon Kornar. Can
Joachm Komet. Cai
Mr tMrs MKooper.NY
Larry Kospar. N Y
Mr iMrs '..eon KomleB N Y
Mr tMrs Fred Kon. Cal
Mr tMrs JosephK/akowak..Cai
Mr t Mrs Gerhard Jordan N v
Mr t Mrs Michael Kagen Pa
Mr t Mrs Herbert Kahan Fla
Jack Kahan. Ga
Mr t Mrs Jacob Kafcstem Wis
Mr t Mrs Barry Kamelgam. N J
Esther Kamelgam N J
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EiiyKamm Cal
Alee Ovsey. Cai
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Mr t Mrs Jack Kaplansky Cal
Paula Kass Fla
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Mayer Kassman. Ark
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Sam Kipnis. Cal
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Amaiie Kleinman. N V
Ceciiie Klem NY
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Kurt Long Cal
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Sleven Ludsin. N Y
Renee Lustbader N Y
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Henry Makm. N Y
Joseph Mafcm. N Y
Marilyn Maxim N Y
Miia SalhoU. N Y
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Samson Mandetjaum. N Y
Emanuel Mandetjerger. Kans
EiaMandaiberger. Kara
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Mr t Mrs Samuel Margulrs Pa
Maurice Markheim. Cal
Setdon Mars. Cal
Mr tMrs JohnMartz.Cal
Clave Mayers. N J
Leo Mayers. NJ
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Jassca Meed. N V
David Merael. La
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Robert Mellon. Wn
JoaaphH Merback Pa
Ann Pinsen N J
Jack Pinsen N J
Rachel Pinsen. N J
David Pinsky Wash. D C
Marpne Pinsky. Wash. 0 C
Erna Pinto Cal
Jack Polak. N Y
Maront Polak N Y
WorfPopper N Y
Anna Post. N Y
Mr t Mrs Maurice Praw. Cal
Mr t Mrs Sidney Pressberg Cal
Mr 4 Mrs Ken Pressberg. Cal
Mr 4 Mrs Louis Preston. N Y
Mr 4 Mrs Sam Ptauek. Mn
Samuel Ron Rakowski O
James Rapp. N Y
Mr 4 Mrs Henry Reba. Wis
Esther Rehm. Cal
Shelley Reibstem Pa
Mr 4 Mrs Saul Reehert Can .
Sam Remstem. Col
Or Frank Reiss
4Mrs JoyceRerss.NY
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Mr 4 Mrs William Rigler N Y
Mr t Mrs Fred Roe. Wash
Edward :k*bins. Cal
Mr 4 Mrs Barnard Robinson Cal
Joanne Robinson. Cai
Mr 4 Mrs Steve Rorsman Cal
Helen Roisman. Cal
Roslyn Roisman. Cal
Conrad Rood. Tax
Janme S Rood. Tex
Josepha E Rood. Tei
Magdalena M Rood. Tex
PolaL Rosen,NY
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Sally Rosenberg. N Y
Or Hadassah Roaensafl. N Y
Menachem Z Rosensaft. N Y
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Mr t Mrs Henry Rosmann. Cal
Helen Rosmann. Cal
Victoria Simon Cat
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Gail Ross. NJ
Pirry Roth. Pa
Mr 4 Mrs Nathan Ronersrnan. U
Mr 4 Mrs N Rubinstein Md
Clara Rudna*. N Y
Mr t Mrs Norman Rykts. N J
Axes Salirsam N j
Mr tMrs Safmna>n. N Y
Paul Sahrstem N J
Charles S Salomon, N Y
Joan Long Salomon. N Y
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Susan Sail. N V
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Mr t Mrs OawJ Shaken. Cal
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George Shenberg O
Helen Shiaer. Pa
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Abraham Shnaper
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L via Nemaov Swradaki. N J
Chane Silverman. Cal
Morton Srtverman. Cal
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James J Singer. Fla
Sona Singer. N Y
Frances Sklenar. Can
Israel Sloan. N Y
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Harry SlomovO. Cal
Jack SlomoviU Cal
Cilia Soiarski Pa
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Fay SokVnon, N Y
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Drs DonS t Allan Kaufman N J
Kurt Spangenthal Cal
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AnnSpeer. Cal
Regina Spiewak. Pa
Harry B SprU. Am
MehaelC SprH Aru
Susan SprU. Aru
Genia Sptter. Anj
William SprUer. Aw
Marian Srebnek. N Y
Mr t Mrs Aron StaM. N V
Mr t Mrs Andrew Stark. Cal
Zesa Starr. Col
Martha Stelil Wis
Bart R Stem Cal
Klaus Stern. Wash
Paula Stem. Wash
Maoda Stem N Y
Mr t Mrs Norman Stem Cal
Helen Stem. Cai
Sandra Stem. Cal
Sylvia Stem. Pa
Mr t Mrs Mendel Stewart Cal
Nor. Brandstadter Stone. Can
Rabbi Meyer Strasstek) Mass
Mr t Mrs Wo* Strauss. Mn
Sigmund StrochkU Conn
Mr t Mrs LeO Sullen* N Y
Kalman Sultan* N Y
RoseSweig. La
Josel Siulman. N Y
Martha Fafco. N Y
Ameka Tannanbaum Dal
Harold Tabak. Cal
Manfred Termenbaum Dal
Mr tMrs Maw Tanner Cal
Dr ingnd Tauber Cal
Herman Tauba. Md
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Wayne Moakomu. NY
Anna Tech.NY
Joseph Tekuksky. N J
Max Temkm 4 Slef* Temkm. N Y
Stephen Tencer. N J
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Herbert Tieger Cal
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Frances Tntt. Fla
Elaa TuriaftauO N V
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Ada urbach. N J
Mehaei Vesnup. N V
Cheryl Vasftup. N Y
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Friday, AprO 24, 1981

,3? Beth Torah Dedicates New School
Children of Tamarac Jewish
Center-Temple Beth Torah's He-
brew School played an active part
in the dedication of the new
school building of 12 rooms,
auditorium and nursery school.
Under the direction of Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman, they sang for
the large group of assembled
guests and congregants, and then
took part in the ribbon cutting
Speakers included Florida's
Lieutenant-Governor Wayne
Mixon, speaking of a recent trip
to Israel and presenting an Is-
rael-made mezuzah to Congre-
gation's President Jack Weiner;
Mayor Walter Falck, and Abra-
ham J. Gittelson, director of
education of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education of the Jew-
ish Federation of Greater Fort
Rabbi Bruce Warshal, director
of South County Jewish Federa-
tion in Palm Beach county, will
officiate the Friday, April 24,
service of the Liberal Jewish
Temple of Coconut Creek. The
service, in Calvary Presbyterian
Church, across from Wynmoor
Village, on Coconut Creek Blvd.,
at 8 p.m., will observe the con-
clusion of Passover and the
Yizkor service.
Lillian Glanz, 3003 Portofino
Isle El, Coconut Creek 33066, is
recording the names of those to
be remembered during the
The 8:15 service Friday April
24 at Ramat Shalom, The Recon-
structionist Synagogue, 7473
N.W. 4th Street, Plantation, will
Ramble wood East Dedicates Torah
be a Passover and Yizkor service
prepared and led by members of
the synagogue's Zion Chavurah.
The Synagogue, in keeping
with its innovative types of serv-
ices, will be holding another
covered dish seder in the very
near future. The first of these
seders, held on March 13, was put
together by Florence Merson and
her husband, Harold.
Merchandise and Service
Auction will be held at Temple
Beth Orr, 2151 Riverside Dr..
Coral Springs, beginning at 8:30
p.m., Saturday, May 9, with bids,
to be made on fishing trips, a
tent, a buffet for 20 people,
sporting goods, a cruise on a 65-
foot yacht.
At Temple Beth Torah,
Tamarac Jewish Center, 12 B'nai-
B'not Mitzvah services will be
conducted during May.
More than 400 Coral Springs-
area Ramblewood East residents
and guests participated in
dedication ceremonies for Con-
gregation B'nai Israel held
outside the temple, on-site at
Ramblewood East condominium
Arthur Harwin, president of
Congregation B'nair Israel, said:
"This was a dual celebration."
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Yustman
recently gave the temple a new
Torah. The Torah was carried in a
procession from their apartment
to the synagogue, where Rabbi
Friedman, a scribe from Miami,
recorded donors' names and their
gifts in the back of the holy
A building plaque was also
dedicated during the course of
the afternoon. Various speakers
at the dedication ceremony
recalled the growth of the congre-
gation from the first two sab-
baths held in resident Charles
Friedman's apartment many
years ago, to services in Ramble-
wood East's recreation hall, and
finally, worship services at the
present temple site. The facility
is actually a two-bedroom, two-
bath apartment which Ramble-
wood East's developer, American
Bankers Life Assurance Co.,
allowed B'nai Israel members
and various community groups,
such as Hadassah and City of
Hope, to utilize at no charge.
"The congregation purchased
the apartment from American
Bankers this past February, but
has been using it since 1974,"
Harwin commented. "The
developer has been most
generous since this congregation
was started, and we are deeply
American Bankers removed
interior walls of the apartment
to meet the congregation's space
requirements, tiled the floor and
provided all maintenance
"gratis" for the six-year period
prior to the purchase of the
facility by the congregation.
Congregation B'nai Israel
holds morning and evening
services and an Oneg Shabbat in-
cluding light refreshments each
Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. The
congregation is presently served
by lay people.
Ramblewood East, a 1,020-unit
condominium complex, is located
on 60 countrylike acres in Coral
Springs. Its affordably priced
units start in the low $40s, and
have been especially attractive to
mature, active adults. Many of
them have learned of the commu-
nity from friends who already
reside there.
Beth Kinder, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Kinder, will become
a Bat Mitzvah, Friday evening,
May 1. Following morning, Bar
Mitzvah honors will be conferred
on Morty Kashton, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Kasfftpn, and
Ron Zussman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Amiron Zussman.
Friday, May 8: Faith Gold-
man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Goldman, becomes a Bat
Mitzvah. Following morning, two
more B'nai Mitzvah: Daniel
Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Goldberg, and Scott
Putesky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford Putesky.
Saturday, May 16, Michael
Kahlowsky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Kahlowsky, will become a
Bar Mitzvah.
Saturday, May 23, Seth
Pollino, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Pollino, and Randy Rosen-
blu, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Rosenblum, receive Bar Mitzvah
Friday, May 29, Cynthia
Kramer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Kramer, wu"f
become a Bat Mitzvah. Following
morning, joining the ranks of
B'nai Mitzvah will be Jeffrey
Friedman, son of Mr. and Mfs.
Leonard Friedman, and Glenn
Malin, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Stephen Malin.
Craig Cogan, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Oscar Cogan, attending
seventh grade gifted program at*
Nova Middle School, will become
a Bar Mitvah at the 10 a.m. Sat-
urday, May 2, service of Ramat
Shalom, The Reconstructionist
Synagogue, 7473 NW 4th St.,
Beth H illel
Kenneth Siegel, son of Carol
and Ted Siegel, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Saturday morning,
May 2, service at Congregation
Beth Hillel of Margate. >.
Beth Hillel
Congregation Beth Hillel of
Margate will also have an early
service, at 6:30 p.m., Friday,
April 24, the fourth day of Hoi
ha-Moed Pesach, with Saturday
service at 8:45 a.m., and on the
final day of Pesach, Sunday,
April 26, the special memorial
service of Yiskor will be at 11
The Congregation's Men's
Club will have its breakfast
meeting at 9:30 a.m., Sunday,
May 3, Dr. Norman R. Korman
will talk about "Urology and
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UJA Honoring Max Fischer
YORK The formal
of the United Jewish
1982 Campaign, a
honoring Jewish Agency
in Max Fisher of Detroit
special appearance by
I Soviet prisoner of con-
Iosif Mendelevich will
ht the UJA National
Lhip Meeting May 14-17 at
braton-Washington Hotel,
Jgton, D.C.
Weizman, former Israeli
Minister now a member
Knesset, will be the
_ speaker at the reception
iquet to honor Fisher at 7
aturday, May 16. In an-
Ing the event, UJA
al Chairman Herschel
erg called Fisher, himself a
UJA National Chairman,
If the truly great leaders of
nerican Jewish community.
is stood center stage in
_in Jewish history for
[l decades and has been the
builder of the deep and
iighil relationship that
today between American
land the people of Israel."
ftdelevich, who landed to a
Ituous welcome in Israel on
|8 after 11 years in Russian
is and work camps, will
at 7:30 p.m. Fridav. May
15, at an Oneg Shabbat session
entitled "The Redemption of
Captives." which will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Irving Green-
berg of the National Jewish
Conference Center.
The Leadership program also
will include presentation of the
needs, goal and plan for the 1982
Campaign by National Chairman
Blumberg and National Vice
Chairman Norman Lipoff.
Akiva Lewinsky, Treasurer of
the Jewish Agency, will report on
the Agency's budget for 1982,
and Henry Taub, president of the
American Jewish Joint Distri-
bution (JDC) Committee, will
discuss JDC's wo'rldwide
Other conference highlights in-
clude presentation of the UJA
Adele Rosenwald Levy Award for
leadership in communal life to
Mathilde Brailove of Elizabeth,
N.J., former Women's Division
National Chairman.
The winner of the Lew Award
was announced by Bernice Wald-
man, UJA National Women's
Division Chairman, who said,
"Mathilde Brailove is a person of
great stature and personal
magnetism, a leader who has in-
fluenced many women to become
more deeply involved in the vital
work of UJA. She also has
contributed to the strengthening
and success of the Women's
Division around the country."
The 1982 United Jewish Ap-
peal Campaign will open formally
after 400 national, regional and
community leaders from
throughout the United States
review issues, needs and cam-
paign programs for the coming
year in four days of intensive dis-
cussions and workshop sessions.
The Conference will open
Thursday, May 14 with a White
House briefing by representa-
tives of the Reagan Administra-
tion's staff, followed by a
reception in the executive man-
sion with members of Congress.
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In Broward County
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Friday, April 24.
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Friday, May 15 .
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Ba-ruch A-tah Ado-nye, Elo-haynu Melech Ha-olam,
Asher kid'shanu B'mitz-vo-tav, V'tzee-va-nu
L'had-leek Nayr shel Shabbat.
Blessed art Thou, O Lord our God, King of the Universe,
Who has sanctified us with Thy commandments
And commanded us to kindle the Sabbath lights.
L TEMPLE., community and the Bonds Organization. The award was presented by
* Boulevard Irving Adler, chairman of the event (right).
SI West Oakland Park
Aodern Orthodox Congregation. Saul
Herman, Rabbi Emeritus.
Jskland Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi
Jeffrey Ballon. Cantor Jerome
lakland Park Blvd. Conservative.
labbi Phillip A. Lebowlti. Cantor
Kaurice Neu.
|rMt Oakland Park 9lvd. Con
irvatlve. Rabbi Albert N. Troy.
nfor Jack Merchant.
WIDKKHILL 2048 NW 4th Ave..
Kuderhill. Conservative. President,
laxwcil Gilbert.
v. Fridays at 8 p.m.. North Beach
Ulcal Center Auditorium
fISH CENTER. 9101 NW 57th St.
iwervatlve. Rabbi Israel Zlmmer-
. Cantor Henry Beiasco.
|PLE KOL AMI. Plantation. 8200
rs Rd. Liberal Reform. Rabbi
M SHALOM. Reconstructlonlst
Sue. 7473 NW 4th St. Rabbi
cca Aipert
>LE SHOLOM. 132 SE 11th Ave.
ervatlve. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
' Jacob Remer.
roate Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi
ITISH CENTER. 7205 .1 Royal
Blvd. Conservative Rabbi Or.
an Gold, Cantor Morlo
PLE BETH ORR. 2151 RlverslrJe .
Reform. Rabbi Donald S.
, Cantor Harold Dworkln.
y; 10:30 a.m. Saturday m
ptorlum, Bank of Coral Springs,
University Dr. Rabbi Leonard
Residents of Sunrise Lakes II and members of the Sunrise Jewish
Center gathered to celebrate a "Salute to Israel" on behalf of the State
of Israel Bonds Organization and to present Rabbi and Mrs. Albert
Troy with the Israel David Ben Gurion Award. The Troys were
honored for their many years of active service on behalf of the Jewish
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Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
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LAUOEROALE. 4171 Stirling
thodox. Rabbi Moan* Bomxer.
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