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Mume 10 Number 19
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, September 11,1981
Price 35 Cents
)haw Announces Opposition to AW ACS Sale
Republican Congressman E. Clay Shaw of Broward
.nty's 12th Congressional District provided The Jewish
ridian's Greater Fort Lauderdale edition with the de-
.d statement he issued Tuesday, Aug. 25, declaring his
wproial of the Administration's proposal to sell a
[kage of military weaponry to the Saudis. His state-
t follows:
"I am opposed to the proposed arms sale to Saudi
bia announced yesterday by the Administration.
"The proposed sale includes the most sophisticated
pment of its kind: 1,177 side winder air-to-air missiles,
pairs of conformal fuel tanks, six KC-707 aerial refuel-
aircraft (with an option for two more), and most im-
nt five AWACS (Airborne Warning and Control Sys-
I.
"I am opposed to the proposed sale for a number of
Ion. It is not in the best interest of the United States to
llate the arms race in this region of the world. No other
Cry possesses equipment with the capabilities of the
AWACS. Furthermore, the sale to Saudi Arabia is a
transfer of the United States' most sophisticated tech-
nology to a country located in the most volatile region in
the world.
"Saudi Arabia has not always acted in the best inter-
est of the United States. Saudi Arabia has been a vocal
opponent to the Camp David peace process, has continued
to be a major source of funding for the PLO, and just last
week raised its price of crude oil by $2 a barrel and cut
back on production by 1 million barrels a day.
"The proposed sale would threaten the stability of
Israel, our most reliable and strategic ally in that region of
the world. The Saudis have continually called for a "jihad"
or holy war against Israel and the cleansing of Jerusalem
of Jews.
"The stated rationale behind the sale as articulated
by the Administration is the protection of the Saudi oil
fields. This protection, in my opinion, would be more ap-
propriate and effective if the United States were to con-
tinue to operate and maintain American AWACS in Saudi
Arabia as is currently the case."
lalff Million Dollar Increase Needed for '82 UJA
.tichard Romanoff. 1982
Bted Jewish Appeal Campaign
heral Chairman for the Jewish
deration of Greater Fort Lau-
dale, announced that the
npaign Cabinet set the cam-
. goal, named Ethel Wald-
campaign co-chairman, and
Ided North Broward into three
Is with an area UJA chairman
leach.
Waldman, who headed
very successful Women's Di-
ion campaign for 1981, will
k'i' as Romanoffs co-chairman.
leration Vice Presidents Ed-
rd Entin, Joel Reinstein and
f Spewak will serve as the
i chairmen.
The Campaign Cabinet, after
eful deliberation considering
needs for support of humani-
^ian and social service pro-
ms in Israel where inflation
ntinut's at a level almost 10
has that in the United States,
the 19S2 goal at $4,300,000.
Jat is an increase of about
JDO.OOO over the $3.8 million
liars acheived during the 1981
Following the meeting to consider the 1982 United Jewish
Appeal goal and make plans for an early start of the campaign,
the Federation's UJA Campaign Cabinet members gathered for
a picture in the lobby of the new offices at 8360 W. Oakland Park
Blvd.
Pictured from left: Federation Executive Director Leslie S.
Gottlieb, Federaiton President Victor Gruman; Federation
Executive Vice President Richard Romanoff, campaign general
chairman, and his co-chairman, Ethel Waldman; Vice Presi-
dents Sidney Spewak and Joel Reinstein; Kenneth Bierman,
campaign director.
Other members of the Campaign Cabinet are Vice President
Edmund Entin, Alvera Ackerberg; Jean Shapiro, Women's
Division Vice President for Campaign; and Women's Division
Campaign Chairman Felice Sincoff.
campaign which was headed by
Victor Gruman, now president of
the Federation.
The entire Campaign Cabinet
voiced its whole hearted support
to Romanoff and Waldman in
making every effort to achieve
the goal which is vitally needed,
not only for the overseas needs,
but also to continue the far-
reaching programs for the Jewish
community throughout the north
of Broward County. This includes
the activities of the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Greater Fort
Lauderdale; Jewish Family Serv-
ice of Broward County; the He-
brew Day School of Greater Fort
Lauderdale; the Judaica High
School; the Kosher Nutrition
programs; the Chaplaincy
Commission providing a variety
services to Jews in hospitals,
nursing homes, even in prisons,
as well as providing for the
spiritual needs of individual
families; the Education Commit-
tee's programs which include the
Midrasha (Institute) for Adult
Education and lecture series in
cooperation with synagogues and
JCC; the Young Leadership
Development, Community Rela-
tions Committee, and other
needed community programs.
'ov. Graham Changes Bade, Broward Special Election Bate
The new date for the
pond primary date of the
:ial election in Dade and
toward Counties is
fursday, Oct. 22. The
te was changed from Oct.
[following a request made
Florida Gov. Bob
iham by the Rabbinical
Isociation of Greater
fami.
Tuesday, Oct. 20, coin-
les with the Jewish fes-
lal of Shemini Atzeret.
Informed of the conflict in
dates between the last of
the Succoth holidays and
the special election,
Graham made the change
by executive order.
The Governor was informed of
the conflict by Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro of Temple Zion, presi-
dent of the Rabbinical
Association, and Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, executive vice president
and director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Chaplaincy
Service.
IN A TELEGRAM sent to the
Governor in Tallahassee on Aug.
13, the Association said that
failure to change the date "would
disenfranchise a large number of
voters precluded from voting"
due to the religious holiday.
The telegram was a follow-up
to a letter to Graham by the two
rabbis on Aug. 13 which also en-
closed a calendar showing the
dates of Jewish holidays.
Gov. Graham responded with a
telegram on Aug. 28 in which he
said: "Thank you for notifying
me of the conflict in holding the
Oct. 20, 1981 second primary
election on a date that is also a
religious holiday. As we had dis-
cussed in the past, I remain very
sensitive to these matters. For
this reason, we have changed the
second primary election to
Thursday, Oct. 22. Your
providing us with a more up-to-
date calendar of holidays should
avoid future conflicts. Your
calling this to my attention is ap-
preciated."
AS A RESULT of Graham's
executive order, the Governor is
being provided with a calendar of
Jewish holidays from the current
year through the year 2,000 to
help the Association of Super-
visors of Elections in setting
election dates so as not to conflict
with these holidays in the future.
Rabbi Schiff, in a letter Aug.
26 to the Governor, declared that
'I feel that having this calendar
far enough in advance will pre-
vent future conflicts and help set
election dates that will not im-
pose religious conflicts on the
Jewish community."
Israel Official to Speak at Sunrise Musical Theatre
fnsul General Arnon
From the response the five locations
have received for tickets for the musical
production. "For Israel. With Love," the
4,000 seats at Sunrise Musical Theatre
will be filled by 8 p.m., Monday, Sept.
14, when the Good News Fellowship
orchestra opens the program with
Hebrew songs.
The Good News Fellowship Church of
Fort Lauderdale, a staunch supporter of
the State of Israel, a kibbutz in Israel,
and a contributor to the United Jewish
Appeal of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, is presenting
the third annual version of their multi-
media salute to Israel.
Joining them in the celebration will be
Israel's Consul General Joel Arnon of
-the Israeli Consulate for Southeast
United States based in Atlanta. Consul
General Arnon was the guest speaker at
the Good News Church earlier this year
when in another tribute to Israel, he was
presented with a painting of Jerusalem
signed by more than 300 members of the
Church.
Rev. Derek Prince, one of the most
i ardent supporters of Israel and a leader
in the Good News Fellowship Church,
enunciates "Our Debt to Israel" in a
film he made on a recent trip to Jeru-
salem.
Jim Croft, pastor of Good News
Church, will be master of ceremonies for
the two hours of exciting and unique
entertainment which is being presented
without charge. Admission is free, but
entrance tickets are required.
Jim Letizia will direct the Good News
Orchestra and Singers who will en-
courage the audience to join in the songs
with the words projected on a screen for
all to see. Actress Muriel Nussbaum is
flying in from New York to present a
dramatic vignette of Henrietta Szold,
the founder of Hadassah. Included on
the program will be two dance groups
and dramatic skits. Tickets may be
secured at the Federation's new offices
at 8360 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Good
News Church, JCC at 6601 W. Sunrise
Blvd., Sunrise City Hall, or at the
Lauderdale Lakes Library.


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The Jewish FUiHduinofGreater^oHLa^^le^
Friday, September 11 jjf
Sholom Sisterhood
'My Shalom, My Peace' Exhibit Continues in Palm Aire J^K^x
Taking part in the opening
ceremonies, for the exhibition of
drawings, poems and collages
created by children in Israel, at
the Palm Aire office of Ameri
First Federal in Loehmann's
Plaza were members of the Palm
Aire Condominium Assn. and the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale. Pictured are
Jess r'ellabaum, president of
Palm A ire's Condo 1; Len Lerner,
president of Condo 9; Jerry
Kislia, manager of the Ameri-
First Federal office; Irving Li-
bowsky, member of the Federa-
tion's Board of Directors and vice
president of Palm Aire Condo 9;
Israel Resnikoff, also a Federa-
tion board member; and Law-
rence Schuval, director of the
Federation's Community Rela-
tions Committee.
AmeriFirst Manager Kislia,
announcing that the exhibit
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Ruth Baum, membership vk
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meeting, Tuesday, fcjt 2ft
Temple auditorium. Celia FrtJ
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Chaplaincy
The Chaplaincy Commission of
' the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale honored rabbis
and lay people who have served
Mtients in hospitals and nursing
homes, last week at a luncheon
hosted by the Florida Medical
Center in Lauderdale Lakes.
Rabbi Albert B. Schwartz, di-
rector of the Chaplaincy Com-
mission, and members of the
Commission, were lauded for the
great strides made during past 18
months in serving the spiritual
needs of people in the communi-
BSv. The praise was extended by
Leslie S. Gottlieb, executive
director of the Federation, who
commended the dedicated volun-
teer service provided by rabbis
and others.
Alfred Golden, a member of the
Chaplaincy Commission, and also
a member of the boards of direc-
tors of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Jewish Federation of
South Broward, and the Jewish
l Federation of Greater Fort Lau-
-derdale, served as pro-tem chair-
man for the seminar which pre-
ceded the presentation of awards.
Golden was substituting for
Chaplaincy Commission Chair-
man Dr. Ah/in Colin who was un-
able to attend.
Among those attending the Chaplaincy Commission seminar
and luncheon: seatedRabbi Friedman, Mrs. Horowitz, Rabbi
Skop; standing from left: Rabbi Schwartz, Alfred Golden,
Rabbi Berglas, Sol Gruber, Rabbi Gordon, Rabbi Brill, Rovi
Farber who founded and was first director of WEC ARE; and
Rabbi Schiff who conducted the seminar.
County's correctional institu-
tions.
Awards were presented to
Rabbi Nathan H. Friedman who
visits scores of patients almost
daily at the hospital which pro-
vided the kosher lunch for the
group; Rabbi Morris A. Skop,
recently retired Temple Sholom
spiritual leader, is continuing
visitations at Holy Cross Hospi-
tal; Rabbi Joseph Berglas of
Congregation Beth Hillel who
does double duty by visiting at
Sunrise 'Run for Israel' Aids ARMDI
Rabbi Schiff
And Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
chief chaplain at Mount Sinai
Medical Center, Miami Beach,
|*nd executive director of the
' Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.,
Mscussed the role of chaplaincy
in the community. He and the
rabbis, in attendance, exchanged
views on providing spiritual com-
fort to the sick in the hospitals, to
the guests in nursing homes, and
even to the prisoners in Broward
Torahi
Synagogue wishes to sell Torahs
in good condition
Write Box RlF%Jewiah Floridian,
Box 012973. Miami. Fl. 330101.
Hopes for 1.000 participants in
the mini-marathon on Sunday,
Sept. 20 that will cover 10 kilo-
metres through the streets of
Sunrise are running high on the
basis of the $5 entry fees being
received by the sponsoring
organization, the Good News
Fellowship Church of Fort Lau-
derdale, for the benefit of Ameri-
can Red Magen David for Israel
(ARMDI), the sole supporting
arm in the U.S. for Israel's equi-
valent of the American Red
Cross.
The "Run for Israel" begins at
9 a.m., Sept. 20, at Sunrise City
Hall with those completing the
6.2 miles of running finishing at
Sunrise City Hall where the city
government has joined in the co-
operative endeavor.
Trophies in a variety of cate-
gories will be presented to the top
three finishers in the categories
with certificates to be awarded to
the first 500 finishers. Pre-race
registration is $5. On the day of
the race, participants wanting to
enter the mini-marathon, may
register between 7 and 8 a.m. in
front of Sunrise City Hall by
paying a $6 entry fee. Runners,
hopefully, will get sponsors pre-
pared to make contributions for
the distance they run. Official
time will be recorded for each of
the runners who will receive an
entry number before the run
starts.
Good News Fellowship Church
has been an active supporter of
the State of Israel in many ways.
Cypress Community Hospital
and Margate General Hospital;
Rabbi David Gordon who has
triple duty, visiting at North
Ridge General Hospital, North
Beach Medical Center, Broward's
prisons; Rabbi Mordecai Brill
who visits Doctors General
Hospital in Plantation. Also
honored, although he was unable
to attend the luncheon, was
Rabbi Albert Troy of Sunrise
Jewish Center who visits patients
at Bennett Community Hospital.
Two lay people were also hon-
ored: Ruth Horowitz, chairman
of the Federation-Jewish Com-
munity Center-supported
WECARE nursing home volun-
teers, for arranging religious
services at many of the nursing
homes in North Broward, and Sol
Gruber who served as cantor and
chanted the liturgy and sang
songs during the services at the
nursing homes.
In Memoriam
Jack Levine
Officers and directors of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale mourn the passing of Jack
Levine, husband of Edith Levine, 2100 S. Ocean Lane
(Points of America). He was a longtime member of the
Federation's Board of Directors, dedicated and commit-
ted to Judaism, and an active volunteer in United Jewish
Appeal campaigns.
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Friday, September 11,1981
Volume 10
12Elul5741
Number 19
Graham's Warm Response
Gov. Bob Graham has responded to a plea from
the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association to change
a second primary date of the Dade and Broward
County special elections from Oct. 20 to Oct. 22.
Shemini Atzereth, the last of the Succot holidays,
falls on Oct. 20.
We applaud the persistent efforts of the Rab-
binical Association to have local and state officials
show some semblance of sensitivity to Jewish
community needs in order that many observant Jews
not be disenfranchised when a conflict occurs be-
tween the dates of Jewish holidays and election days.
The Association had made similar efforts in the past.
Gov. Graham's positive response also deserves
commendation, especially his assurance that he re-
mains "very sensitive to these matters." It is to be
hoped, in the light of this success, that the Governor
will also respond positively to the Association's ob-
servation that his executive order to change the
election date should also be extended to a new sen-
sitivity in the calendars of state colleges and uni-
versities which too frequently schedule major ex-
aminations and registration dates on Jewish holi-
days, and which may perhaps henceforward avoid
that conflict, too.
No 'Shopping List9
Came With Begin
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
When Prime Minister Menachem
Begin came to Washington for
talks with President Reagan, he
arrived in town all set to discuss
with Reagan Israel's needs for
military and economic aid in the
years ahead.
While he said early this week
that he would "not be going with
a shopping list" of specifics, Fi-
nance Ministry officials never-
theless prepared details of
Israel's financial aid requests.
If Begin does not get to them
while, in Washington, then
Finance Minister Yoram Aridor
and Ministry Director General
Dr. Ezra Sadan certainly will
when they come to Washington
next month.
Ministry sources said the re-
quests will total $2.5 billion for
fiscal 1963, of which $1.5 billion is
for military aid and $1 billion for
economic aid. U.S. economic aid
has been fixed at $2.2 billion for
each of the years of 1981 and
1962.
ON THE issue of the sale of
AW ACS to Saudi Arabia, Begin
was emphatic that he intends to
vigorously oppose the deal even
though it clashes with the wishes
of the Reagan Administration.
The AW ACS sale, he told a cabi-
net meeting here Sunday, will be
a priority item on his agenda with'
the President.
Begin seemed to signal that
Israel would throw its full weight
into congressional struggle
against the sale. His discussion
before the cabinet Sunday were
held within the framework of the
Ministerial Defense Committee,'
which renders its content secret.
One other Ham on the agenda
with President Reagan, the:
Prime Minister can be assured, is
the issue of Palestinian
autonomy. Begin and the
ministers who were with him in
his talk* with Egypt's President
Sadat in
the cabinet on those talks, bat
the substance of the discussion
before the cabinet was not made
public
IN PREPARATION for Be
gin's visit to Washington,
Secretary of State Alexander
Haig said on Capitol Hill that the
Administration is "pleasantly
surprised" about the resump-
tion of the autonomy talks an-
nounced for Sept. 23.
"We welcome the agreement to
sit down at an early date and get
on with the autonomy discus-
sions," he said.
Begin knows that there had
been reports that some Adminis-
tration officials expressed un-
happiness over the announce-
ment of the resumed autonomy
talks because the U.S., which is a
partner in the talks, was not
notified in advance of their re
sumption.
In Haig's comments, he gave
no indication that this was-the
case. But he countered with
comment about the announced
restrictions which Saudi Arabia
had "secretly" acceded to on th-
sale of AWACS to them, an iten,
surely to be high on the Begin
Reagan agenda.
AMONG THE restrictions is a
promise that the Saudis would
not use the surveillance planes U
spy on Israel, and Haig declared:
"I think that's the wrong time,
and I think there are certain ar '
rangemanta that will become
known when the consultations
start on the (Capitol) Hill. We
feel we have an obligation to dis-
cuss these matters with members
of the Senate and the House.
Until that time, we have urged
everyone to bold their judgment
on this admittedly controversial
sale until they have the benefit of
the full hearing that will be pro-
vided, which will include transfer
agreements, which I must say
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we are very1
. *u itw etnttanta are expected to participate in 25 or more' ship which meets each Sunday
More ^ "f^de"dlSHffSchool ofthe Jewish Federation afternoon, and which is designed
committee. ........ ._
Teenagers from 8th through 12th grades from Temples Beth Am,
Beth Israel Beth Orr, Emanu-El, Ramat Shalom, and the We*
B^wardTewi^
mester arrangement) dining the course of thei 198L-82! *hool year
the third year of operation of Federat.on s Judaica High School.
t i a~\ o ,,* nf the first Broward, and Stanley Leideker,
Included as part of the ^.^ Qg adminigtrator for the
- as r
semester which starts Tuesday.
Sept. 15, in classrooms at the
Jewish Community Center, 6501
W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation,
will be courses on the Book of
Genesis, the Early Prophets,
What Does Judaism Say About
.... Jewish Music. Comparative
Religions, the Jewish Life Cycle,
and the books of Exodus and
Numbers.
In addition, special college
credit courses will be offered 10th
through 12th graders in Litera-
ture of the Holocaust. Compara-
tive Religions and the Jewish
Short Story.
North Broward's Judaica
High School is part of the overall
South Florida Judaica High
School program coordinated by
the Miami-based Central Agency
for Jewish Education with Rabbi
Shimon Azulay and Dr. Sandy
Andron as directors. Serving to
coordinate the North Broward
program are Abraham J. Gittel-
son, Federation's and CAJE's
director of education for North
school here.
JHS provides a four-year cur-
riculum, devised by the
educational directors of the syna-
gogues in consultation with
Azulay and Andron, leading to
graduation. Courses are also
credited toward confirmation in
the respective congregations
which the students attend.
The faculty has been selected
from those teachers in the com-
munity who are both knowledge-
able in Jewish studies and who
have special rapport with teen-
agers. In addition, veteran JHS
teachers from Hollywood and
North Miami Beach areas are on
the faculty.
Students who complete the
four-year program and who are
enrolled in special teacher train-
ing courses are eligible for the
Sunday School teacher certificate
awarded by the Board of License
of CAJE. In addition. North
Broward students can participate
in the Akiva Leadership Fellow-
a---------------------------------------- soil
community with future leaders
who are knowledgeable about
their Jewish heritage and the
American Jewish communities.
Weekend retreats [Shab-
batonim) are planned for the stu-
dents to meet other teenagers
from all over the South Florida
area for study, recreation, prayer
and an examination of Jewish
identity.
Gene Greenzweig. executive
director of CAJE which has its
headquarters in the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation build-
ing at 4200 Biscayne Blvd., noted
that "the high school years are
crucial in the determination of an
individuals life-long values. JHS
seeks to provide the student with
a sense of belonging and pride in
his Jewish heritage.
During the course of the school
year, plans are underway to es-
tablish a branch of JHS at
Temple Beth Orr in Coral Springs
to supplement the classes which
meet at the Jewish Community
Center. 6500 W. Sunrise Blvd.
Inquiries for registration and
participation in JHS should be
directed to CAJE at the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, now located at 8360
W. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale 33321. telephone 748-
8200.
Ramat Shalom is Plantation's exciting, innovative and
vibrant congregation! We seek to provide a traditional
and yet creative alternative in Jewish prayer.
We feel that setting Jewish priorities and building Jewish
lifestyles will only be enhanced by our warm, creative
approach to the tradition through which we confront the
challenges our grandparents and great grandparents
never imagined.
Share your dreams with us and your prayers;
Join with people who will become your friends; join us for
an exciting New Year as we welcome our new Rabbi!
High Holy Days, 5742
The Yamim Nora- i m: A time for reflection, prayer.
& renewed commitment to
one another.
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ion., Sopt. 28th
TM., S.pt. 29th
We>d., Spt. 30th
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 5-
Federation Now Located at 8360 W. Oakland Park Blvd., 133321
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Two trucks, six men,and sixteen hours later, the packed boxes,
desks, typewriters, and other equipment of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale were re-located at Southern Building, 8360 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. It took much longer than the 16-hour move to get
the new telephone number in operation. It's 748-8200.
?
CRC Opposed to Constitutional Convention
The Community Relations
Committee of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greatei Fort Lauderdale
opposes the call for a Constitu-
tional Convention by Congress.
Congress is mandated to call a
Constitutional Convention if two
thirds of the states petition Con-
gress 134 states).
Thirty State legislatures,
including Florida. have passed
resolutions calling lor such aeon-
ORT'sEvening Chapter
\ membership coffee at 8 p.m..
Thursda) Sept, 1". at the home
I Thelma Zimberoff, The Gate
i ondnminium. K190 Woodland
Hlvd marks thi start of a new
evening chapter for North Brow-
.lid Region WOmen's American
OUT
The chapter is designed t<> en
courage membership b\ careei
md b isiness women to contri
hutc to the support ot ORT's ef
forts worldwide. Call ORTs of
iHi-, weekdays before 1 p.m..485
7220, lor further mtormaiion.
vention to propose an amend-
ment requiring a balanced federal
budget.
Opposition to the concept of a
Constitutional Convention was
voiced by the National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Council in their Joint Program
Plan for 1979-80 and was reaf-
firmed this month. While specific
issues such as free choice for
abortion or opposition to busing
to foster school desegregation
have many states using this ra-
tionale for calling a convention.
the basic concern of the CRC is
that ;i convention could under-
mine the Constitution of the
United States as it now exists.
Congress has never written
rules for having a Constitutional
Convention. Congress could not
prevent a convention that might
repeal sacred Constitutional
Rights and then ask -lates to
ratify such proposals. Possible
results ol a Constitutional
Convention include modification
of the Hill ol (lights. The Consti-
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The Jewish Floridian ofGreater FortLaud^aU

Frida>, apnjdr,ll, J981
Browsim' thru
roward
with max levine
Sunrise Musical Theatre. In-
cluded were those who help out at
Federation-supported Kosher
Nutrition sites, the one newly-re-
located at 4332 N. State Road 7,
and the other at JCC ..
rector of catering for Gait Ocean
Mile Hotel.
Nova University's Family
Center at 3301 College Ave. is
offering study courses for the
Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT).
Test dates this year are on Satur-
datet
Cantor Sol Chazen will offi-
ciate at the High Holy Days
services at Young Israel of Deer-
field Beach, which claims to be
the only Orthodox synagogue in
that northern Broward county
community Sephardi living
at Century Village are planning
to resume Orthodox services in
the Deerfield Beach community
. COPS! This was a real
blooper: Temple Beth Orr's High
Holy Days services will be con-
ducted in Coral Springs High
School not Piper High. Abe
Epstein, president of Bermuda
Club, was among the very first
visitors to the Federation at its
new quarters at 8360 W. Oakland
Park Blvd.
Al Fishman, president of
Century Village's Temple Beth
Israel Brotherhood, reports a
Bagel & Lox meeting at 10 a.m.,
Sunday, Sept. 13, for members to
meet Rabbi Leon Miraky and his
wife, Georgette And at the
Deerfield Beth Israel synagogue,
a terrific turnout for the Jambo-
ree marking the synagogues third
anniversary dedication. Irv Bet-
ter reported 500 hamburgers,
1,200 frankfurters and 800
knishes, made by two of the Sis-
terhood members, were among
the comestibles consumed during
the day. Aug. 30.
Federation officials joined
relatives and friends mourning
the death of dedicated Israel sup-
porters: Fred Werbel, chairman
of the board of a Fort Lauderdale
securities firm, and Mrs. Albert
Roth.
Registration is on-going until
Sept. 18 for Broward Community
College's "Open" "College'' for
those who are unable to attend
classes in person. Those taking
the wide variety of courses need
only come to the Central Campus
a few times in the term .
Recently returned from a
quinmester (eight weeks) at High
School in Israel: Sheryl Bresky of
Lighthouse Point and Allison
Roth of Plantation, both attend-
ing Nova High School.
Roz Hindi, Lauderhill's
Senior Center Activities co-
ordinator (583-1045), is seeking
volunteers to act as "friendly
visitors" and-or to deliver meals
to Lauderhill residents. If neces-
sary, transportation will be pro-
vided John Fleming, director
of operations at Woodmont
Country Club development in
Tamarac, has set Oct. 1 as the
grand opening date for the new
S2.5 million clubhouse replacing
the one destroyed by fire Jan. 1,
1980 ... Josephine Newman,
president of Hadassah's Florida
Mid-Coast Region, reported on
the national conference at this
week's meeting of Bermuda Club
Herzl Hadassah.
Dora Frucht, president of
West Broward Council's Pioneer
Women, reports 14 area members
will be attending the organiza-
tion's national biennial con-
vention this weekend in the Cat-
skills Temple Beth Am'a
Cantor Mario Botoahansky re-
newed friendships in Rome this
summer with congregants at
Temple Maggiore where he
served before coming to the U.S.
New CPA8, as a result of
May 1981 exams recently an-
nounced, include Stuart Allen
Epstein of Lauderhill, Lynda
Finkel of Sunrise, Lawrence Jay
Stein of Tamarac.
Broward County schools will
be closed Sept. 29 (first day of
Rosh Hashana) and Oct. 8 (Yom
Kippur) Gasparatus Ploutar-
kus (better known as "Pluto"),
landlord of the Southern building
where the Federation is now lo-
cated, has been helpful in getting
the staff settled in the new quar-
ters Rick Schwartz, director
of the nutrition program for the
county's Service Agency for
Senior Citizens, planned "a full-
day of activity for this week's
Volunteer Recognition Day at
An-nell
HOTEL
congratulations to Candy Recht- Test dates this year areou o-
schaffer, moved up from "acting' days, Oct. 10 Not "*
to full-time director of the Brow- but Jewish students may re-
ard County Area Agency on quest a change from the Shabbat
Aging.
Steven J. Feldman, an MBA
earned at Duquesne University in
Pittsburgh, was named manager
of the Welleby Racquet Club de-
velopment in Sunrise Rae
and Jack Fishman are staging a
"re-run" of their successful Tzin-
derella (story of Cinderella in
Yiddish) Oct. 24 and 25 at JCC
. Incidentally, JCC will close
at 3 p.m.. Monday. Sept. 28. Erev
Rosh Hashana, and re-open
Thursday morning, Oct 1 .
Lou Faber, son of Fort Lauder-
dale's Rovi and Arthur Faber. is
serving as attorney for Xerox
Corp. in Dallas. Tex. Lou and his
wife, Gail, have two sons, four
and one and one-half And
Rovi, founder and first director of
Federation-JCC WECARE. has
taken on a new assignment: di-
18 ... Ron Becker is
arranging a Koffee Klatch Sept
17 for the Deerfield Beach Cham
ber of Commerce Million Dol-
lar Clubbers for the first half of
this year at Merrill Lynch Realty
MCK include Jack Pinaky in the
Mid-Broward office, Esther
Glaaer and Eloiae Peres in Coral
Springs office.
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Used Cars Donated to Federation
Almost a dozen used cars during the past year
have been donated to the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale by area residents who
bought new cars without using their old cars for
trade-ins. AU proceeds from the Federation's
disposal of the donated cars are utilized to assist the
Federation's humanitarian programs in Israel and
elsewhere in the world.
Mark Silverman, Federation United Jewish
Appeal campaign associate in charge of the program.
said that transfer of a donated car takes only about
20 to 30 minutes. Interested individuals, who may be
considering purchase of a 1981 close-out or planning
to buy a new 1982 model, are asked to call Silverman
at the Federation office: 748-8200.
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Opera Butt Lectures on 2Operas Sept 20
Opera Guild in Fort Lauderdale,
JCC Spirit
Spotlights:
Johl Rotman
JOHL ROTMAN, JCC Vice
President and his wife, Jayne,
have been involved in all aspects
of the Center since its inception.
He is a member of the board of
Jewish Federation, and recipient
of the Jewish Federation Young
Leadership Award in 1979.
Johl, who is vice president of
Gateway Insurance Agency, was
Broward County Agent of the
Year for Mutual of New York in
1975 and 1976, and is a member
of the Million Dollar Round I
Table.
His focus for involvement at
the Center is incresing mem-
bership and programming for
young families.
Johl says, "I would like to see
the Center be the focal point for
more family activities, and in-
volvement on the part of young
people."
Johl, a native of Tennessee,
grew up in Fort Lauderdale, and
is a graduate of Nova High
School. The Rotmans have a
daughter Stephanie and a son
Seth.
By RUTH PINE
JCC Staff
As Bob Freund got comfort-
able, he remarked that he must
have done about 700 interviews
himself, and it was a strange feel-
ing being at the other end of the
spectrum. All 700 could not have
been as pleasant as this one was
for me.
Bob Freund is the personifica-
tion of South Florida. He has a
continual tan, glories in its heat,
is an avid gardener, and openly
enjoys the sun and surf. He grew
up in Palm Beach, where his
father was choir director of the
famous Romany Chorus, whose
honorary director was John
Charles Thomas. They performed
in all the great homes of that day,
and Bob remembers sitting under
the piano when he was very
young, while his mother ac-
companied his father on the
piano. Music pervaded the
Freund home and young Bob
played the clarinet. The depres-
sion years sent the Freunds to
Washington, D.C. There he
played in every band he could,
from jazz to marching. He also
received a scholarship as choir-
boy in Washington's famous
cathedral.
As a young man he studied
commercial art in New York, and
subsidized himself as a dancer in
a few Broadway shows. After
completing his military service,
he knew it was back to Florida for
him. The northern cities were just
too gray, too dirty, too imper-
sonal, and the sunshine beckoned
to him. In Miami he joined the
staff of the Miami Herald, and
when Broward started its popu-
lation explosion, he was sent
here. All too often critics, par-
ticularly, music critics, have the
writing skill but lack the musical
knowledge. Freund's editor en-
couraged him to try his hand at
critique because of his extensive
musical background, and this
was the beginning of his im
mediate career and without s
doubt he found his niche.
In 1960, he was Entertainment
Editor for the Fort Lauderdale
News. During those years he
traveled over the world to Africa,
Paris, Rome to attend movie pre-
mieres. He remembers those
tours of duty with great fond-
ness. He has narrated Peter and
the Wolf and King David for the
Traditional "TJ
Community High Holy Day Services
Will be held at Temple Emanu El
3245 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Conducted By
Cantor Robert Goodman
YOM KIPPUR
Wad.Oct. 7, Koi Nidn 6:45p.m.
TIhk. Oct. I. Yofli Klppur 9 a.m.
YIkor11:Ma.m.
Mlncha 1:45 p.m.
Rabbi David W. Gordon
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Fort Lauderdale Symphony, and
narrates during the season, the
Fort Lauderdale Symphony pro-
grams on radio.
His "Love of Opera" classes,
started at Nova University, and
have expanded from Broward to
Palm Beach Counties, including
the JCC Campus.
At the JCC, Bob will be giving
his third course of study in "The
Love of Opera," starting Thurs-
day, Nov. 5 at 10 a.m. He will
lecture on Sunday,' Sept. 20 at
7:30 p.m. on Verdi's La Traviata
and Puccini's Turonot. These two
operas will be presented by The
during the season.
"I believe my first inkling that
opera would be a love was one
evening as a youngster I heard
Pagliacci in an open air concert. I
was enthralled, and still am."
Bob Freund makes opera a fun
thing. He does not stress the
technical. He alerts your ear to
the music. He feels the words are
secondary since he briefs the
class about the subject and re-
lated stories. "I give the essence
of what is happening." His courst
of study varies, "I can take eight
weeks on Verdi showing the de-
velopment of this composer and
getting the audience to leant to
recognize his sound, or I will in-
troduce many different com-
posers and their operas. I do not
leave out the American operas. I
go the ruli gambit, only introduc-
ing what is beautiful musically,
even if they are not well known."
Freund says, if you like music,
you can like opera. He has 450
records of complete operas and
something for everyone. "Opera
is a composite of all the arts. In
opera there is scenery and cos-
tumes, music, dancing, voice and
acting, all an integral part of the
media. How can it not be ex-
citing?"
The devotees that attend his
classes enjoy Bob's presentation,
his humor and, of course, the
beautiful music and voices. Come
along and listen to Bob Freund,
opera lover extraordinaire!!!
Children's Theatre Circle
Resumes Sept 13
Dini Sterngold, director of the
JCC Children's Theatre, reports
that the theatre's Circle of
Friends begins its regular fall
program Sunday, Sept. 13. Two
highly succesful theatre work-
shops were completed during the
past season.
The cost for the 12 week ses-
sion is $85. Call JCC 792-6700 for
additional information.
Dini Sterngold
Reunion in Fort Lauderdale
sounds like the title of a song or a
movie, but not so just a cap-
sule report of the meeting of two
old friends: Ann White, director
and founder of WO-MAN'S
SHOWCASE and Bob Herzbach.
Bob worked with Orson Wells
when he did the radio show that
shocked the nation years ago.
Ann and Bob haven't seen one
another in about 30 years, the
last time being when they were
performing in a production in the
Provincetown Playhouse. A
happy reunion indeed. Bob in-
tends to become a part of the
SHOWCASE, and Ann is de
lighted to have him and his tal-
ent. Have you gotten your
"Showcase of the Stars" tickets
as yet? Saturday, Sept. 26 and
Sunday, Sept. 27. Good seats still
available.
Ellen Davis, director of the
SHOWCASE segment "Sur-
vival," which concerns itself with
a Jewish woman, travels from
North Miami to the JCC campus.
She has distinguished theatrical
background. One of her most re-
cent productions is "The World
of Sholem Aleichem" for the JCC
in North Miami Beach.
Actress mother, Sara Meyers,
and actress daughter, Jane, will
also do a segment of SHOW-
CASE, "Emily Dickinson," in
her young years and as a mature
woman.
Sitting around in a circle, Di-
rector Ellen Davis had each one
present tell something about hig-
her theatrical background. It was
quite impressive to hear names
like Max Reinhardt, Orson
Welles, and Katherine Cornell
mentioned right here in Soref
Hall
Shery! Rosengarden is proud of
husband, Leo, a talented and
busy fellow. Leo would attend the
Handwriting Analysis class after
arranging for the camper's lunch.
Calligraphy has been another
love of his and, in fact, he has
reached intermediate status.
Sheryl will be performing in
Showcase of Stars and, needless
to say, Leo is proud of her. That's
the way it is when JCC Spirit
prevails. R.P.


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The Jewish Fhridian of Greater Fort Lauderiiale
Friday, September 11,1961
im*lw?."J*AJ* v ifoenfe for SM*o* Mission to Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
A team of Israeli experts has
taken a nine-hour flight aboard
an AWACS reconnaissance
plane. The Pentagon told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
"the flight occurred on Aug. 24
from Tinker Air Force Base in
Oklahoma. It flew to the vicinity
of Langley Air Force Base,
Virginia, and then back again to
linker Air Force Base.
The flight was conducted to
acquant Israeli technical and mil-
itary experts with the capabilities
and limitations of the E3A Air
Defense Surveillance Aircraft."
The flight followed a briefing
at the Pentagon for the five
members of the Israeli team. Ob-
servers said the flight was clearly
an attempt by the Reagan Ad-
ministration to convince Israel
that the proposed sale to Saudi
Arabia of five of the AWACS, if
approved by both Houses of Con-
gress in October, will not
threaten Israel's security.
However, the flight reportedly
impressed the Israelis more than
ever about the spy plane's capa-
bilities. A spokesman for the Is
rael Embassy said Israel's oppo-
sition to the proposed sale had
not changed. The Israeli team
will report to Israel's government
on the performance of the plane.
BBW Interfaith
Program
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale is one of
the several Federations around
the country invited to take part
in the National United Jewish
Appeal Sukkot Mission Oct. 11-
22 to Israel.
Victor Gruman, Federation
president, and Richard Ro-
manoff, 1982 General Chairman
of the Federation-UJA Cam-
Rev. Charles R. Anders of All Pa'gn. naye been informed by
Saints Lutheran Church in Tarn- National UJA officials that the
arac and members of his congre- trip will highlight unusual fea-
gation have been invited to the tures that *"* not provided in the
11:30 a.m., Thursday, Sept. usual commercial tours of Israel.
17, meeting of the B'nai B'rith The Mission will provide ac-
umen Tamarac at Temple cess to military installations in
Beth Torah, Tamarac Jewish the Sinai, which Israel has agreed
Center, 9101 N W 57 St. to evacuate before next April and
Pastor Anders and Beth turn the land over to Egypt as
Torah's Rabbi Israel Zimmerman P8*4 OI" 'ne Camp David Peace ac-
will be the speakers for the inter- cords. Other strategic centers are
faith program which will include a'soon the schedule.
l!**is!\.?1-i!!.a& Visual d>splays The Mission will visit absorp-
There will also be visits with the
people of Israel and enjoy with
them the happy festival of Suk-
kot.
Call Jan Salit, Federation's
Women's Division director, for
further information at the Fed-
eration office 748-8200.
with the significance to be re-
viewed in narration and song.
Prospective members are in-
vited to join the chapter's mem-
bers for the event.
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Bridge, from Jericho to the Good
Fence at Metulla at the Lebanese
border, from Tel Aviv to Sated,
from Jerusalem to Masada, the
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PagelJ-
Room In Israel School Dedicated
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J)uring their trip to the World
Ithering of Jewish Holocaust
fvivora in -Jerusalem. Peggy
Jacob Rrod/.ki of Fort Lau-
Male, went to the Ramot Sha-
ll World Youth Center, an
It it Ut ion offering supple-
htary Jewish education for
1 Israel and abroad.
the school on a hill in the
Irt of the "Masrek" nature re-
n about 10 miles west of
usalem. the Brodzkis took
. in the dedication of a room in
school's dormitory named in
fcir honor.
i'lcturedon the 125-acre moun-
n-top campus following the
lication were Mr. and Mrs.
fvid Issenberg of Miami, Rabbi
nanuel Shenk of lnverrary, Ja-
and Peggy Brodzki. and
Ending in hack of her. Rabbi
Yaacov Vainstein. president
the Ramot Shapira Center;
(jdwik and Pola Brodzki of Fort
Cuderdalo. and Mrs F.manuel
hink.
bounded in 1971, the center
N named in honor of the late
laim Moshe Shapira, founder of
pe Mizrachi Youth Movement in
I and latei M nistei of Reli-
nn in Prime Minister David
lurion's C
The dormitories house 240 stu-
I of the large wait-
J'.g lil for admission, the ("enter
m the pro,r~ of build accom-
liodations for 180 more students.
iroupa arrive from all parts of
lie world for semesters of study.
.. group of students arrived from
llollvwood. Fla.. for a special
Church-State
Test on
ioliday Absences
AMARILLO. Texas A local
kchool board that limits excused
kbsences for religious holidays to
Jwo days per year is under chal-
enge by the American Jewish
Jongress, which filed a friend-of-
he-court brief this week in a
iajor church-state case now be-
ore the Fifth Circuit Court of
Appeals.
Announcement of the brief was
lade by Steven Gutow, chair-
in of the American Jewish
congress' Commission on Law
|nd Social Action in Dallas.
Although the persons chal-
fnging the school board are not
lewish, the principle involved is
If "crucial concern" to the
lewish community, for its mem-
bers observe "almost identical
iolidays" with the members of
Jhe World-Wide Church of God
vho brought the suit, AJCon
ress stated in its brief.
If the school policy is upheld,
the brief added, the result would
to "undermine the religious
piberty of Amarillo's Jews."
The Federal District Court in
lAmarillo, where the World-Wide
IChurch of God took the case,
I temporarily enjoined enforce-
Iment of the religious-holiday
I policy. The school board then ap-
pealed to the Fifth Circuit.
seminar. This fall, the Conserva-
tive Hebrew High School of I^os
Angeles will send its 11th graders
for a year of study.
Newest development of the
curricula is the establishment of
college-level instruction in the
Judith Lieberman Institute to
provide special study and re-
search opportunities for women
interested in Talmudic and Mid-
rashic literature.
Rabbi Vainstein praised the
Brodzkis for the generous sup-
port, noting, "you have joined
with our many American friends
in support of our great educa-
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Friday, September 11,1981
Community Calendar
SUNDAY, SEPT. IS
I. L. Pants Yiddish School of
Workmen's Circle: Registration,
Alphabetland School, 4366 N.
University Dr., Sunrise. Subjects
taught: Yiddish Language,
Reeding, Writing and Conversa-
tion, Jewish History, Music,
Dance, Arts and Crafts. Instruc-
tors: Irving Tabachnikov,
Nathan Shriftman, Jean Kozinn,
Hy Kaplan and Miriam Wolfe.
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El: Membership
Party, p.m.
Temple Beth Am-Margate: Gen-
eral meeting, 10 a.m.
MONDAY, SEPT. 14
Temple Emanu-El: Games, 7:16
p.m.
HAD ASS AH:
A viva Oakland Estate* Chap-
ter: Board meeting, Lauderdaie
Lakes City Hall.
Ft. Lauderdaie Tamar Chap-
ter: General meeting, Lauderdaie
Lakes City Hall, Council Cham-
ber. 11:30 a.m.
Yachad Chapter: General
meeting, Deicke Auditorium, Re-
freshments, 12:30 p.m.
Pioneer Women-Debra Club:
Board meeting, Broward Federal
Bank. University Dr. at Sunrise
Lake, noon.
Tamara Chapter: meeting,
Roarke Recreation Center, Sun-
rise, noon.
National Council of Jewish
Women-Plantation Section:
Board meeting, Deicke
Auditorium, afternoon Nails
and Makeup Demonstration -
evening.
American Mizrachi Women-
Golda Meir Chapter: Regular
meeting, information on
designation of AMW as the offi-
cial network for religious second-
ary technological education in
Israel. Deerfield Beach Temple
Belli Israel, noon.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 15
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood:
General meeting, 11 a.m.
Temple Beth Am-Margate:
Board meeting, 7 p.m.
Pioneer Women-Hatikvah Chap
ter: Board meeting, Broward
Federal Bank, 3000 University
Dr., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Temple Sholom Sisterhood-Pom-
pano: General meeting, Temple
Social Hall, 12:30 p.m.
Temple Beth Torah Sisterhood:
Games, 12:15 p.m.
HADASSAH:
Somerset Shoahana Chapter:
Board meeting, Recreation Hall,
Somerset Phase 1,10 a.m.
L'Chaybn Chapter: General
meeting, Deicke Auditorium,
Mini lunch at noon, Musical pro-
gram "Ladies of the Board."
B'nai B'rith-Fort Lauderdaie
Lodge: Henry B. Rothblatt,
speaker: 'What's Wrong with
Orthodox Medicine'' Lauderdaie
Lakes Public Safety Bldg., 4300
NW 36th St., 8 p.m. Wives and
friends invited.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. If
National Council of Jewish
Womea-No. Broward Section:
General meeting, Lauderdaie
Lakes City Hall, 4300 NW 36th
St., 12:30 p.m.
Temple ObeJ B'nai Raphael Sis-
terhood: General meeting. Dis-
cussion on crime, 12:30 p.m.
HADASSAH:
Invarrary Glah Chapter: Get*
era! masting, Inverrary Country
Club, 11:30 a.m.
Hatik vah Cypress Cf use
Chapter: Board meeting, 1 f. 30
em.
Golds Meir Chapter: General
meeting, Palm Aire Chibhduse,
12:30 p.m.
Sanris* Jewish Center Sister
head: General meeting and
Fashion Show, Refreshments,:
noon.
ORT Lauderdaie West Chapter:
General meeting, Deicke Audito-
rium, Interesting program, re-
freshments, noon.
Natanya Pioneer Women: Meet-
ing, lounge of Boca Raton Feder-
al, 1334 N. State Rd 7, Margate.
12:30 p.m.
end meeting, Congregation Beth
Hillel, Margate Blvd., refresh-
ments, noon.
liana Hawaiian Gardens Chap-
ter: Lauderdaie Lakes City Hall,
12:30 p.m.
B'NAI B'RITH
Lauderdaie Lakes Lodge: Gen-
eral meeting, Lauderdaie Lakes
City Hall, 7:30 p.m.
Tamarac Chapter: General
meeting, Tamarac Jewish Center,
noon-3p.m.
Golds Meir Chapter: Phil So-
homon, speaker, Hillel; Nob Hill
Center, noon.
Chapter 345: General meeting,
Roarke Recreation Center, 1720
NW 60th Ave., Sunrise, 12:30
p.m.
American Mogen David for
Israel: General meeting, Whiting
Hall, Sunrise Lakes, mini lunch,
11:30 a.m.
Free Sons of Israel-Ft. Lauder-
daie Lodge: Board meeting,
Southern Federal Bank Bldg.,
University Dr. and Sunset Strip,
7:30 p.m.
ORT No. Broward Section: Gen-
eral meeting, Lauderdaie Lakes
City Hall, 4300 NW 36th St., 10
a.m.
JWV Ladies Auxiliary, Morris
M. Karpf Post: meeting. Congre-
gation Beth Hillel. Margate, 7:30
p.m.
Temple Kol Ami, 8200 Peters
Rd., Plantstion: Open House,
Dessert, unaffiliated residents of
the community invited, 8 p.m.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 20
B'nai B'rHh-Laodardale Lodge:
General meeting, Castle Gardens
Recreation Hall, 10 a.m.
Sunrise Jewish Center, Men's
Club: Ron LaDuke presents
travelog film, 9 a.m.
MONDAY, SEPT. 21
Temple Emanu-El: Games, 7:16
6m.
ADASSAH:
A viva Oakland Estates Chap-
ter: General meeting, Lauderdaie
Lakes City Hall.
Armon Castle Chapter: Board
meeting, Castle Recreation Hall,
9:30 a.m.
Ft. Lauderdaie Tamar Chap-
ter: Board meeting, Lauderhill
Library, 10 a.m.
Bat Ami Tamarac Chapter:
Board meeting, Tamarac Jewish
Center, 9:30 a.m.
Temple Kol Ami Sisterhood:
General meeting, 8 p.m.
National Council of Jewish
Women-Plantation Section: Gen-
eral meeting, Deicke Auditorium,
Breakfast served, 9:30 a.m.
Women's League for Israel-
Hatikvah Chapter: General
meeting, Broward Federal
Savings and Loan, University
Dr. Imaginary trip to Israel,
Mini-lunch, all invited, noon.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 22
HADASSAH:
Ray us Tamarac Chapter: Gen-
eral meeting, Tamarac Jewish
Center, noon.
Bermuda Club Hani Chapter:
Board meeting.
Masada Margate Chapter:
General meeting, Beatrice Tan-
nenbaum's Hadassah Report,
Temple Beth Am, 12:30 p.m.
No. Lauderdaie Chai Chapter:
General meeting, N. Lauderdaie
City Hall, 701 SW 71st Ave.
Somerset Shoahana Chapter:
General meeting, Recreation
Hall, Somerset Phase I, noon.
B'NAI B'RITH:
Sunrise Chapter: Board meet-
ing, K Mart Shopping Mall, Hos-
pitality Room, Oakland Park
Blvd., and University Dr., Sun-
rise, 12:30 p.m.
No. Broward Council 511:
Council meeting, David Park
Pavilion, Margate, 1 p.m.
ORT-Sunrise Village Chapter-No.
Broward Region 6: Board meet-
ing, Southern Federal Bank.
Temple Beth Torah Sisterhood:
Games, 12:15 p.m.
Pioneer Women-Debra Club:
General meeting, Lauderdaie
Lakes City Hall, noon.
NCCJ: "Foram" at Gibby's Res-
taurant, noon.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23
Jewish War Veterans-William
Kretchman Auxiliary: General
meeting, Broward Savings and
Loan, 3000 University Dr., Sun-
rise, noon.
ORT:
Inverrary Chapter: General
meeting, Inverrary Country
Club. 11:30 a.m.
Wynmoor Chapter: Board meet-
ing, Boca Raton Federal Bank,
Basics Shopping Center, State
Rd. 7,1 p.m.
B'nai B'rith-Hope Chapter: Gen-
eral meeting, 11:30 a.m.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24
Free Son* of Israel, Fort Lauder-
daie Lodge: Memorial meeting
honoring deceased members,
Whiting Hall, Sunrise, 7:30 pjn.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 25
Workmen's Circle, Greater Lau-
derdaie Branch: Lilli Kern, song
stylist, Lauderdaie Lakes City
HaU, 7:30 p.m.
Beth Israel
Men's Club
Ben Bergman, president, and
other officers of Fort Lauder-
daie'^ Temple Beth Israel's
Men's Club will be installed at a
paid up membership breakfast
meeting at 10 a.m., Sunday,
Sept. 13, at the Temple at 7100
W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Sol Robinson, longtime mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith's District 1
Board of Governors, formerly
with the U.S. Senate Banking
Commission, and administrative
assistant commissioner of welfare
in New York City, will be the
speaker. Twice decorated by the
State of Israel for his volunteer
service and activities on behalf of
Judaism, he was a longtime jus-
tice of the peace in Danbury.
Conn.
THURSDAY. SEPT. 17
HADASSAH:
Bryma Margate
It's the time of year
for happiness, hospitality and
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New Year is a new recipe from the
Reynolds Wrap Kitchens. We hope you
enjoy it.
Apple Spiced
Brisket
5 lb bee! brisket (first cut)
Hat halt boneless
i teaspoon salt
v^ cup honey
t teaspoon ground cinnamon
t teaspoon ground ginger
t teaspoon ground nutmeg
2to cups apple juice
2 tablespoons raisins
1 small apple, coarsely chopped
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apple juice, pour over roast. Cover with a length of taRne size
of pan and collar. Fold cover and collar together, sealing
aghth/. Reduce oven temperature to 350T Cook Mb to 8
hours, or until tender. Place brisket on warm platter. Pour (quid
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The Jewish Floridiaiiof Greater Fort LauderVale
Friday, September 11,1981
NCCJ Forum Scheduled Sept 22 Calendar-Diary for Military Penonnel
The president of the Greater
Fort Lauderdale Ministerial
Assn. and the president of the
North Broward Board of Rabbis
will discuss "The Role of the
Religious Community in Broward
County" at the second forum of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews to be held at noon,
Tuesday, Sept. 22, at Gibby's
Restaurant, 2900 NE 12 Ter.,
Fort Lauderdale.
Rev. William V. Ring, pastor
of First Congregational Church,
United Church of Christ, and
chairman of NCCJ's Clergy Dia-
logue, and Rabbi Sheldon J.
Harr, spiritual leader of Temple
Kol Ami, Plantation, will discuss
the topic with Rev. Thomas Wis-
niewski of St. Anthony's Catholic
Church as the moderator.
Following the presentations bv
Rabbi Harr and Pastor Ring
there will be an open forum.
George Sullivan, member of
NCCJ's Ad Hoc Board of Direc-
tors, will chair the session which
is part of a series designed to de-
velop a more informed public
opinion and deeper understand-
ing of current community issues.
Cost of the luncheon is $7. Call
1 NCCJ's office 739-6225.
Broward's United Way Sets Campaign Goal
The board of directors of
United Way of Broward County
approved a S4.3 million fund
raising goal for 1981-82, but not
without expressing concern over
the services that amount will
provide and the need to broaden
the base of givers during the
annual campaign.
That goal recommendation
from Campaign Chairman
George Sullivan, Southeast vice
president, Florida Power and
Light, was passed unanimously
by the board, but Dr. Abraham
Fischler, president of Nova Uni-
versity, termed it "$300,000 less
than last year's agency re-
quests." Fischler serves on
United Way's Budget and Alloc-
ations Committee, which reviews
the needs of Broward's 50 human
service, health and youth
agencies. Fischler added later
that no new agencies will be ad-
mitted to United Way in 1981 be-
cause of current funding
Franco-Israeli Friendship
Prexy Attacks Cheysson
PARIS (JTA) The
president of one of the most
active Franco-Israeli
friendship groups, retired
French Army Gen. Jean
Lecomte, has called on For-
eign Minister Claude
Cheysson to resign because
of "his inadmissable" pro-
Palestinian declarations.
Lecomte, who heads the
France-Israel Alliance, rapped
Cheysson for having compared
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization Chief Yasir Arafat to
France's wartime leader Charles
de Gaulle during a press con-.
ference in Rabat and for meeting
Arafat in Beirut.
Lecomte's protests, published
in Le Monde, describes the meet-
ing between Cheysson and Arafat
as "an act of hostility towards
Israel" and a "continuation of
the former Administration's
cynical policy in the Middle
East"
IN JERUSALEM, David
Kimche, the director general of
Israel's Foreign Ministry, pro-
tested to France's Ambassador
to Israel, Marc Bonnefous, about
the Cheysson-Arafat meeting.
The France-Israel Alliance
anti-Chey sson attack is typical of
the French Jewish community's
increasing worry about what
many here see as a growing pro-
Arab slant within the new Ad-
ministration in spite of President
Francois Mitterrand's personal
commitment on Israel's behalf.
In Jerusalem, Israeli officials
reacted with "deep dismay" over
the meeting between Cheysson
and Arafat. There was no official
statement from the Foreign Min-
istry, but officials said that the
feeling of "deep dismay" was
conveyed by Israel's Ambassa-
dor to France, Meir Rosenne,
when he met with Mitterrand at
the Eh/see Tuesday. Last week
David Kimche, the director gen-
eral at Israel's Foreign Ministry,
informed the French Ambassador
to Israel, Marc Bonnefous, of Is-
rael's disapproval of the Cheys-
son-Arafat meeting.
French pro-Israeli or-
ganizations are just as upset, if
not more, by what they say is a
total lack of contact between the
Mitterrand Administration and
Israel's leaders though dozens of
Arab kings. Presidents and Min-
isters have been received in Paris,
and by Cheysson's tour of Syria,
Jordan and Lebanon. Mitterrand
himself is due to leave for an
official visit to Saudi Arabia.
Arafat met in 1974 with Presi
dent Valery Giscard d'Estaing's
Foreign Minister Jean Sauvag-
nargues. The meeting took place
at the French Embassy in Beirut,
but the PLO now wants to up
their status.
limitations.
Most agencies are re-thinking
budgets and services in the wake
of announced funding cutbacks
at federal and state levels. In
some instances, United Way dol-
lars will represent the only source
of funding for agencies if the
Reagan Administration and the
Florida Legislature follow
through with plans to reduce
spending for social services.
At least one director, former
County Commissioner Jack
Moss, who chairs United Way's
long-range planning, feels the
time has come to stop looking to
the Federal government for funds
and let Broward residents know
that ". the responsibililty (for
funds) is on local people."
NEW YORK A unique pub-
lication the 5742 (1981-82)
Jewish Calendar for the Members
of the Military Community -
has been published and will be
distributed by JWB to Jewish
military personnel throughout
the U.S. and bases overseas in
time for the High Holy Days, it
was announced by JWB Presi-
dent Robert L. Adler, of Chicago.
The calendar is published by
the JWB Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy, whose chairman is
Rabbi Herschel Schacter.
The calendar-diary lists the
major Jewish holy days and
festivals for 5742 (1981-82) and
5743 (1982-83), provides brief ex-
planations of major and minor
holy days, lists Yizkor dates and
provides space for individual
Yahrzeit records, contains
prayers for times of illness, after
experiencing danger and for
loved ones back home, and gives
Sabbath candlelighting times
and weekly Torah portions. There
are spaces for personal notations.
"This calendar is symbolic of
the assistance provided by JWB
to encourage and facilitate ad-
herence to the religious and cul-
tural values of our tradition,"
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W-rJ
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Synagogue News
KETER TIKVAH
Ray, president of
Tikvah Synagogue, an-
that High Holy Days
s will be conducted by
Leonard S. Zoll in the
Springs auditorium of
(University. Seats at $40
tuitions may be reserved by
Rabbi Zoll, at his home,
M Zoll is conducting Sun-
lorning seminars on Bible
and Contemporary Is-
Judaism and his wife,
[Zoll. is teaching "Modern
ational Jewish Cooking" in
Bine.
TH AM ACTIVITIES
jjple Beth Am's Hebrew
(l Director Joy Kahn-Evron
cheduled a Hebrew School
at Congregation for the
le's Sept. 11 service. A
|r service will be held the
[Friday evening of each
The aim is to train the
sters to lead a complete
|th service. In time, the
children will train the
tr children in conducting
vices they learned. These
congregants, Mrs. Kahn-
said, will enhance the
litzvah services, and put-
ting to use the knowledge and
skills learned in the classroom.
The first Kadimal meeting of
students, grades five through
seven, has been set by Mrs.
Kahn-Evron for 1 to 3 p.m., Sun-
day, Sept. 13, covering social,
cultural and educational ac-
tivities.
In other activities at Beth Am,
Irving Spivak, fund-raising
chairman, reported that the con-
tributors of at least 81,000 to the
Honor Roll will have their names
placed on a huge bronze tableau.
It is expected all 235 spaces will
be filled with names.
General Charles Davidson,
Beth Am's Beautification chair-
man, has enlisted the aid of Quad
City Garden Club, Beth Am's
Gordon family owners of a local
garden shop, a landscaping firm,
and the Sisterhood to fill the
many huge planters surrounding
the Temple with flowers, shrubs
and trees.
Ticket Chairman Joseph Sweig
reported that all tickets for the
1,500-seat synagogue for the
High Holy Days are expected to
be sold soon. .
RAMATSHALOM
The 8:15 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11
service and study period of
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Ramat Shalom, 7473 NW 4 St.,
Plantation, will be conducted by
Rabbi Robert A. Jacobs. In ad-
dition Birthday Night will be ob-
served when all members of the
congregation born during Sep-
tember will be called to the
Bimah for special blessings.
Rabbi Jacobs will be giving a
course at the synagogue begin-
ning in the Fall on Monday eve-
nings from 8-9 entitled
"Questions Jews Ask: A non-
judgmental overview of the con-
temporary Jewish experience;
The Jewish Community-Who Are
We? Tradition and Change in The
Modern Jewish World-Creating
Meaningful Jewish Family Life-
A Brief Practicum." The Syna-
gogue is holding a "Meet The
Rabbi Brunch" on Sunday, Sept.
13.
"Break The Fast," following
the conclusion of the Yom Kippur
Holiday, which is held at the
Synagogue will be available for
members at 88, children under 12,
84. For non-members, the charge
is 812 and children under 12-86.
The Break The Fast" will be
limited to 130 people and reser-
vations must be in by Sept. 25.
B'nai Mitzvah
BETH ISRAEL
Pamela Lustgarten, daughter
of Annette and Robert Lust-
garten, will become a Bat Mitz-
vah at the 8 p.m., Friday, Sept.
11, service at Temple Beth Israel,
7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Teddy Salame, son of Joyce
and Robert Salame, will become a
Bar Mitzvah at the Temple's 8:45
a.m., Saturday, Sept. 12, service.
Lisa Levine, daughter of
Vivian and Jerry Levine, win uv
come a Bat Mitzvah at the Tem-
ple's 8 p.m. Sept. 18, service.
Harold Schwack, son of Sandra
and David Schwack, will become
a Bar Mitzvah at the Temple's
8:45 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 19
service.
At services Sept. 4 and 5, B'nai
Mitzvah honors were conferred
upon Amy Lipka, daughter of
Arlene and Kenneth Lipka of
Plantation: Michael Zwerner, son
of Cynthia and Mark Zwerner of
Plantation, and Allan Bernstein,
son of Rona and Eugene Bern-
stein of Sunrise.
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HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
1981
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TUESDAY SEPT. 29
I WED. SEPT. 30
KOLNIDRE
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THURSDAY OCT. 8
MAIN SERVICES
CONDUCTED BY
RABBI ISRAEL ZIMMERMAN
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CONDUCTED BY
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JACK WEINER. President ^/^ .
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Nursery thru Confirmation
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
TEMPLE OFFICE
SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY
8 A.M. to 12 NOON
For Ticket Information
Call Temple: 721-7660
Mollie Kantor
or
Tessie Neufeid
KOLAMI
David Roth, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Roth, and Greg Lnck-
ner, son of Joan Luckner, became
B'nai Mitzvah at services last
Saturday morning at Temple Kol
Ami, Plantation.
TEMPLE SHOLOM
Daniel Katz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Katz, will become a
Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning, Sept. 12, service at
Temple Sholom in Pompano
Beach.
That same evening, at 6 p.m.
Lombardi.

services, Jonathon
n of Mrs. Lesley Lombardi, will
oecome a Bar Mitzvah.
SUNRISE JC
Barry Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Steven Weinberg, will be-
come a Bar Mitzvah at Saturday
morning, Sept. 19, service at
Sunrise Jewish Center, 8049 W
Oakland Park Blvd.
Last Saturday morning,
Jonathan Adam, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Quin, became a Bar
Mitzvah at the Sunrise syna-
gogue^

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Friday, Sept. 18-7:02
Friday, Sept. 25-6:65
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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.
Religious Directory
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LAUDERDALE LAKES
OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL TEMPLE. 4351 West Oakland Park
Boulevard. Modem Orthodox Congregation. Saul Herman. Rabbi
Emeritus. .
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park Blvd. Reform Rabbi
Jeffrey Ballon. Cantor Jerome Klement.
SUNRISE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd. Conservative.
Rabbi Phillip A. Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
SUNRISE JEWISH CENTER. INC. 8049 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Rabbi Albert N. Troy. Cantor Jack Merchant
LAUDERHILL
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LAUDERHILL. 2048 NW 49th
. Ave. Lauderhill. Conservative. Maxwell Gilbert, president.
NORTH LAUDERDALE
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF NORTH LAUDERDALE. 7 p.m..
Friday; 9 a.m.. Saturday, in Western School. 8200 SW 17th St. Murray
Hendler. president ^ ^^^,5
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GALT OCEAN MILE. Conservative. Rabbi
David Matzner. 8 p.m. Fridays. North Beach Medical Center, 2835 N.
Ocean Blvd. Services to be announced.
TAMARAC
TEMPLE BETH TORAH-TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9101
NW 57th St. Conservative. Rabbi Israel Zimmerman. Cantor Henry
Belasco.
PLANTATION
TEMPLE KOL AMI. Plantation Jewish Congregation. 8200 Peters
Rd. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr.
RAMAT SHALOM. 7473 NW 4th St.
1 Rabbi Robert A. Jacobs.
POMPANOBEACH
TEMPLE SHOLOM.132 SE 11th Ave., Conservative. Rabbi Samuel
1 April. Cantor Jacob Renter.
MARGATE
BETH HILLEL CONGREGATION. 7640 Margate Blvd. Conser-
vative. Rabbi Joseph Berglas.
TEMPLE BETH AM-MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 7205 Royal
Palm Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Dr. Solomon Geld. Cantor Mario
Botoshansky. ,
LIBERAL TEMPLE of Coconut Creek. Friday evening services.
I "alvarv Presbyterian Church. Coconut Creek Blvd.
CORAL SPRINGS
TEMPLE BETH ORR. 2151 Riverside Drive. Reform. Rabbi Donald S.
Gerber. Cantor Harold Dworkin.
KETER TIKVAH SYNAGOGUE. 8 p.m. Friday; 10:30 a.m. Saturday
in Auditorium, Bank of Coral Springs. 3300 University Dr. Rabbi
Leonard Zoll.
DEERFIELD BEACH
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL at Century Village East. Conservative.
Rabbi Leon Mirsky.
YOUNG ISRAEL of Deerfield Beech. 1640 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Or-
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