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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Happy Hanukah! ^ First Candle Dec 20
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Volume 10 Number 33
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, December 18,1981
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Eastern Air Lines Performs Mitzvah for Mission
Almost on the eve of the 25th of Kialev, the anniversary of the
Hanukah miracle, Eastern Air Lines produced a minor miracle and
earned plaudits for its mitzvah (good deed).
Dennis Shine ofEAL, Kenneth Bierman, Jewish Federation
To put this good deed in proper perspective, it's necessary to know
that the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale had 21 people
joining the National United Jewish Appeal Leadership Mission to
Israel.
The Mission is taking off via El Al on Sunday, Jan. 3, from New
York City not Miami. ... ...
that Mission has been given the
Hebrew name Chazon, the first
word in the Book of Isaiah,
meaning "vision," referring to
the vision of Isaiah concerning
Jerusalem.
And so Mark and Carol Stein-
gard are prepared to lead their
"visionary" mission group on
their journey to Israel by way of
EAL and El Al on Jan. 3. In-
cluded in the group are Brian
Sherr, Dr. and Mrs. Joel Shul-
man, Rabbi Donald R. Gerber,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ostrau,
Barry Chapnick, Maureen Mulvi-
hill, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dubin,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feigen-
baum, Fran Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Becker, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Kaplan.
This Chazon Mission is not the
ordinary tourist version of a trip
So, how do you get plane
tickets for 21 people from Fort
Lauderdale to New York on the
busiest day of the year for air-
lines who have reservations for
that day that were booked
months ago?
Kenneth Bierman, Federa-
tion's campaign director, called
on EAL and Dennis Shine came
to the rescue. Not only did he get
tickets for the flight to New
York, he also is providing VIP
(very important people) treat-
ment for the group.
Federation President Victor
Gruman said the Jewish com-
munity is thankful and apprecia-
tive of Eastern Air Lines good
deed.
It. Drobablv stems from the fact
to Israel. This, Ken Bierman
said, is going to be a unique ex-
perienc of worker training, learn-
ing positions in the Jewish com-
munity and in the UJA cam-
paigns.
Participants joined this mis-
sion by invitation only, based on
their leadership qualities, their
potential for giving to UJA cam-
paigns, and to take on the re-
sponsibility of soliciting a com-
mitment to the UJA from at least
10 potential contributors during
the first four weeks of return
from Israel.
The Chazon Mission will leave
Israel on Monday, Jan. 11, after
more than a week of activity
throughout the country, seeing
UJA dollars at work, attending
meetings with other committed
Jews from all parts of the U.S.,
experiencing the laughs and tears
of this unusual mission and re-
turning to Fort Lauderdale with
an important message to be told
to the Jewish community in
North Broward county.
UJA Challenge Answered Over Million Time
Following Ted Koppel's talk at
the Initial Gifts Dinner of the
United Jewish Appeal of the
Jewish Federation of greater Fort
Lauderdale on Dec. 3, Ethel
Waldman, co-chairman of the
1982 UJA Campaign headed by
Richard Romanoff, in a stirring
speech, challenged the group to
be'' eternally vigilant.''
She asked: "Are you ready to
fight for Jews? Are you capable
of telling the story of Israel's sur-
vival? Are you willing to go to
the front lines for Judaism?
"Your answers are yes to all
the question but, the only
action needed is to commit your-
self to announcing your pledge,
and signing your card now!
And the more than 125 persons
in attendance did just that to the
tune of $1,001,000 to provide the
stimulus for the initial efforts in
various divisions and community
throughout North Broward be-
fore the big one-day general start
of the 1982 UJA campaign dur-
ing the 12 hours of the Super
Sunday, Jan. 17, Phone-A-Thon.
On that day hundreds of volun-
teers will be reaching out by tele-
phone to new residents of the
Jewish community and to those
not previously affiliated with
Federation's UJA campaigns.
During her talk, Mrs. Wald-
man, who was the Women's Divi-
sion general chairman of last
year's campaign and who has
been in the forefront of Federa-
tion activities, said: "Terror is all
around us and the covert impli-
cation of anti-Semitism threatens
us today no less than it has for
centuries Intelligent self-in-
terest dictates if I affirm to being
Jewish, I want to be sure all Jews
are strong and secure. Jews have
a community history, not an in-
divual history. We are a people.
We have a collective memory.
"To be Jewish means to act
Jewish. We are reaffirming our
Jewishness when we fulfill the
commandment of Tzedekah.
Tzedekah is the sign of the right-
eous. Indeed, Israel is redeemed
only through Tzedekah right-
ousness. We stand together to-
night to proclaim this re-affirma-
tion: Hineni here I am."
General Chairman Romanoff
and his campaign cabinet, each of
Seen at Federation's Initial Gifts UJA dinner:
Seated from left are Federation's Executive Di-
rector Leslie S. Gottlieb, ABCs Ted Koppel, Ed
Waldman, Federation President Victor Gruman.
Standing are Diana Gottlieb, UJA Campaign Co-
Chairman Ethel Waldman, Lois Romanoff, UJA
1981 Campaign Chairman Richard Romanoff,
Min Gruman, At extreme right is Rabbi Donald
Gerber who delivered the invocation. Other pic-
tures on page 8.
whom presided at one of the 12
tables in Bahia Mar ballroom for
the Initial Gifts dinner were
lauded by Federation President
Victor Gruman for their efforts.
The cabinet is taking part in
other Initial Gifts fund-raising
events as the campaign con-
tinues.
Hanukah Greeting from Federation President
Victor Gruman, President of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale, issued the following greet-
ing to the Jewish community:
On behalf of the entire Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale the officers, directors, staff and the
hundreds of volunteers who join us throughout the year
- aa president of the Federation, I would like to send
Hanukah greetings this Jewish year of 6742 toltbe \ entire
Jewish community of North Broward county.
Hanukah the Festival of Lights, the Festival of
Freedom means dedication. Hanukah 6742 (Dec. 21-
28) brings a message of rededication of Jewish loyalty
- We are Jaws, We are One, People Indivisible.
The battle of the Maccabeans against King An-
tiochus was more than a military triumph. It was also
their determined re-dedication to the moral life of the
Torah... a victory for religious freedom. Hanukah
came on the 25th day of Kialev when Israel returned to
its Temple re-purified in spirit, ready to renew ita loyal-
ty to the Torah.
The message of re-dedication certainly should inspire
us to take care of each other, and, to be mindful of Is-
rael's needs. Jews and non-Jews have lost their lives to
maintain the State of Israel. We must rdedicate our
efforts to keep it secure. The support from our com-
munity to this cause is deeply appreciated.
Should the U.S. Embassy in Israel Remain in Tel Aviv?
George WD1, the syndicated columnist, answered
that question recently when he led off a column with
this sentence: "Almost everyone knows that Israel s
capital is Jerusalem." And then followed with this: So
why is the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv? A timely ques-
tion, that."
He pointed out that on Sept 16, 1980. *>?*
Reagan said of Jerusalem: "Its centrality to Jewish life
is known to all. Jerusalem is now and will continue to be
one dty undivided, with continuing free access for au.
Wfll said that last month Reagan again indicated he
favored a united Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty.
Will faults the Administration's bureaucracy for try-
ing to clarify what Will called President Reagan's dear
statement. The clarification said "the future statue of
Jerusalem is to be determined through iiegotiations,"
adding, Jerusalem "should remian undivided with free
access to the holy sites."
Negotiations can't confuse the fact that Jerusalem
remains undivided and remains Israel's capital. Any
negotiations, says Will, "can hardly be impeded by the
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The Jewish Flondian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, December 18
Sunny FriedmanChairs Castle GardenUJA
Sunny Friedman has been very
busy chairing the Castle Gardens
United Jewish Appeal committee
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fo*t Lauderdale. The
Lauderhill community organiza-
tion, spurred by Mrs. Friedman's
efforts, is planning several fund-
raising events designed to in-
crease the number of residents in
the 1982 campaign and make this
year"8 drive the best ever in long
history of Castle Gardens sup-
port for the humanitarian needs
of Jews in Israel, elsewhere in the
world, and for the programs and
services provided in North Brow-
ard county.
Among events planned are a
wine and cheese party in Janu-
ary, and a brunch in February.
Working with Mrs. Friedman
are these members of the Castle
Gardens UJA committee:
Lou Simon, Ralph Kagan,
Morris Kaplan, Sylvia Gottlieb,
Michael Weiner, Harry Freeman,
Irving Elishewitz, Jesse Issacs,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Meltzer.
Henry Trossman, Joe Wax-
man, Herman Roth, Ruth Kay,
Barney Ross, Max Kronish,
Leonard Levitt, Phil Levine, Jo-
seph Emit, Lewis Gold.
Also Sam Scheinhorn, Philip
Brill, Philip Erstling, Sol Cohen,
Ben Dantzker, Louis Goldberg,
Jack Skollar.
Polynesian Gardens to
Hear Israeli Consul
Rifkins to be Honored in Boca
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
joins the Greater Boca Raton
Committe for State of Israel
Bonds in honoring Rose and
Irving Rifkin at a testimonial
dinner Jan, 10 at the Temple.
Yitzhack Rager, international
president of Israel Bonds, will be
the guest speaker. He will
present the Israel Peace Award
Lauderdale West Has Good UJA Start
Dr. Clifford Josephson, noted
lecturer and president of the Jew-
ish Federation in Daytona Beach,
told residents of Plantation's
Lauderdale West community
about the influence of Arab pro-
paganda in the United States.
More than 300 persons were in
attendance at the wine and
cheese party last week at Lauder-
dale West clubhouse sponsored
by the community's Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale-United Jewish Ap-
peal campaign! committee.
During his stimulating and
provocative talk, Dr. Josephson
emphasized the importance for all
Jews living in the Diaspora to
make a commitment on behalf of
the 1982 UJA campaign. He
urged that pledges "come from
the heart and not from the
pocket."
As a result of work of the
volunteers led by Sidney Gold-
stein and his co-chairman, Isaac
Horowitz, they reported it was
the most successful UJA event
ever held at Lauderdale West.
"And," they said, "this is only
the beginning of our campaign."
to the Rifkins, the first time this
award is being conferred on
Florida residents.
Before coming to Boca Raton,
the Rifkins both served exten-
sively in leadership capacities in
Temple and community activi-
ties, and in the Zionist cause.
Rifkin is Florida State Chair-
man for Israel Bonds and speaks
for Israel Bonds throughout the
state. He has received numerous
awards, was a Founder of the
Boca-Delray Chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University and is now Chairman
of the Board. He is a life member
of Red Magen David. A past
president of the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth El and presently
serves as executive vice-president
of the Temple.
Rose Rifkin is South County
chairwoman of Women's Division
of Israel Bonds and on the Na-
tional Board. She also serves on
the South County Women's Divi-
sion of Federation Speakers
Bureau and is a member of the
Board of South County Federa-
tion, and of the Board of the
American Friends of Hebrew
University.
For her devotion to the causes
of Israel, Rose was the recipient
of the Freedom Medal of Israel
and the Negev Award.
Reservations for the testi-
monial dinner, at S25 per person,
should be made by Dec. 24 at the
Temple office, 391-8900.
Israeli Consul Gershon A. Gan,
based in the Boston Israeli Con-
sulate General and an advisor to
the Permanent Mission of Israel
to the United Nations, will be the
speaker at Plantation's Poly-
nesian Gardens community's
Hanukah celebration and tribute
to the 1982 United Jewish Appeal
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Consul Gan, born in Cape
Town, South Africa, 34 years
ago, but a resident of Nahariya
for 21 years, will speak at 7:30
p.m., Sunday, Dec. 27, in the
Samuel M. Soref Hall at the Jew-
ish Community Center Perlman
Campus, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd..
Plantation.
Sidney Karlton, chairman of
the Federation-UJA Polynesian
Gardens committee said the
event comes on the evening of the
eighth day of Hanukah and the
evening will be marked by the
lighting of all the candles to mark
the Festival of Lights.
He said that Consul Gan, who
served with the Israel Defer*.
Forces, 1966-89, is a graduate^
Jerusalem's Hebrew University
and has been with Israel Ministry
of Foreign Affairs since 1973, and
served as information attache to
the Israel Embassy in London
before being named New England
consul in 1978.
Serving with Karlton as co-
chairpersons for the five
buildings in the Polynesian
Gardens community are Marian
Klein, Sylvia Kuritsky, Harry
Torine, Sidney Wadro, pauj
Schildiner. Entertainment is be-
ing arranged by Sam Levin
transportation by Harry Eckel-
man, with the collation (includine
a surprise) by Paul Dank.
Working to assure a good at
tendance at the Dec. 27 UJA
Hanukah celebration which in-
eludes the honor to be bestowed
on Blanche and Max Lederman
for their dedicated commitment
to Judaism are Bea Karlton
Dorothy Levin and Ruth Rinis.
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WECARE Honored
The "Castle Chaplaincy
Assistants." volunteers chaired
by Lillian M. Schoen, were re-
cently honored by the Plantation
Nursing Home for their contri-
butions this past year.
Under the banner of
WECARE, these caring men and
women visit patients, prepare
holiday celebrations, make lap
robes and booties, and most of
all, bring rays of sunshine into
the lives of the residents.
The community extends its
heartfelt thanks to Helen Cooper,
co-chairperson; Ethel Blitzer,
Selma Sirowitz, Sylvia Mul-
hauser, Ruth Kaye, Ann Smuck-
ler, Nathan Elias and Pearl
Greenfield.
Those interested in making
nursing home and hospital visi-
tations, may contact Elli Levy at
the Jewish Community Center
792-6700.
UJA Events at Sunrise Lakes
Activities at phases of Sunrise
Lakes on behalf of .the 1982
Untied Jewish Appeal campaign
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale started
off last Sunday with more than
260 residents responding for the
UJA breakfast for residents of
Sunrise Lakes Phase II and the
Gold Key Homes at the Sunrise
Jewish Center.
Chairman Nat Pearlman and
his committee, well pleased with
the initial results, reported more
funds were raised than during the
1981 UJA campaign.
At Sunrise Lakes Phase III,
the UJA chairpersons of the five
incorporated complexes, Meyer
Cohen. Carl Orkin, Connie
Nielsen, Herman .Goodman and
Arm -Neiman, and their commit-
tees .' are anticipating a' record
turnout for the annual UJA eve-
ning at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 3, at their
main clubhouse. Television and
night club personality Eddie
Schaffer will be featured during
the evening.
Eddie Schaffer will also be on
hand for the UJA evening for the
residents of Sunrise Lakes Phase
I at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 7, at
Phase I clubhouse. Jack Rosen-
berg has been appointed 1982
UJA chairman. His co-chairmen
are Dave Brockman, Ralph
Frucht, Thelma Rosenfeld, Moe
Berg and Dr. Harry Lament.
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A Rabbi's
Thoughts On
Christmas
And Hanukah
The following, reprinted withl
; permission, was written by Rabbit
j Donald R. Gerber of Temple Beth f
Orr, Coral Springs:
How many of you insulted your religion laat year by
fooling around with Christmas Trees, "Lighting the Way"
or Candles & Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are not
our holidays. To practice them in any kind of way, to use
Christian symbols, even as innocuous as evergreen foliage,
is an embarrassment to any thinking Jew, especially those
in your community.
Please, if you were intellectually and religiously
sloppy last year and fell victim to the rationalization that
you did not want to rob your children (or yourselves) of the
joy of the Christmas season, remember that such joy is not
Jewishry authentic to feel.
Remember also that identity is not built on copying
someone else's traditions, which bypass you, but rather on
developing your own traditions which are handed directly
to you. Any monies which you spent on approximately
Christmas, on decorations, special meals, parties or
presents could have found much better use in terms of
Jewish charities or Jewish books in your home.
If these comments apply to you, hopefully very few of
your friends and neighbors are aware of your religious
sloppiness If you still "reason" after reading this
article that no harm is being done to your Judaism by cele-
brating a quasi-Christmas, I suggest that as you continue
to blur any differences between people of various faiths
and convictions you may end up with no convictions or
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Sisterhood Sabbath
At Beth Israel
Sisterhood of Fort Lauder-
dale's Temple Beth Israel will
join 800 Sisterhoods affiliated
with the Women's League for
Conservative Judaism to cele-
brate the organization's 62nd
anniversary with Sisterhood
Dedication Sabbath tonight
(Dec. 18) at the Temple, 7100 W.
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Sisterhood will follow this ob-
servance with a Hanukah party
for its paid-up members Monday,
Dec. 21, at the Temple. The Las
Vista Chraliers will entertain.
In Memoriam
The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale ex-
pressed its condolences this month on the untimely death of
Martin Fridovich who was the second president of the Fed-
eration, 1970-71, and remaining as member of the Board of
Directors. He was dedicated to the Federation's activities on be-
half of Judaism, the State of Israel and the quality of Jewish life
in North Broward County.
. Mr. Fridovich was an outstanding philanthropist, a founder
of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
and a leader in all facets of Jewish life in the community. He will
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Friday, December 18,1981
Volume 10
22 KISLAV 5742
Number 33
Israel Bonds Investment
Buying Israel Bonds is not rightly philan-
thropy. Your purchase of Israel Bonds yields in-
terest. Still, you come away feeling that you have
made a critically important contribution to Israel's
development needs. And to proving to others that
Israel has a solid foundation of financial backing
from American Jews and their friends now, more
than ever.
With the advent of shifting political tides as the
year 1981 comes to a close, there is deep concern in
the American Jewish community about the strains
on Israel's development budget. This has set the
scene for a receptive and productive cash effort.
A top-level campaign is on to convert all unpaid
Israel Bonds commitments into cash for Israel's de-
velopment needs before the magic New Year's Eve
deadline. The Israel Bonds cash countdown was
actually targeted through mid-December.
But individuals can show their concerns in a
very practical way. They can convert their commit-
ments to purchase Israel Bonds into cash by extend-
ing the cash countdown 'til the very anticipatory
hours before "Auld Lang Syne." They can invest in,
the Jewish State's future.
Sharon Visited Africans
Before Going to U.S.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon visited several African countries before he flew to
Washington to sign the strategic cooperation agreement
with the U.S., it was disclosed here. Informed sources
have linked the two visits.
THEY SAID Israel's cooperation with several Afri-
can countries would increase, due partly at least to the
"new and enhanced standing" conferred on Israel by
entering a formal strategic relationship with the U.S.
The sources said it was "no coincidence" that Presi-
dent Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire spoke of the possibility of
resuming diplomatic ties with Israel when he was in
Washington last week. Mobutu said, however, that he
would not act until he saw how other African countries
treated the issue. Zaire broke relations with Israel after
the Yom Kippur War.
Blum Meets Palestine Question'
Head On in United Nation Debate
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) Israeli Ambassa-
dor Yehuda Blum said, in
remarks prepared for
delivery to the General As-
sembly, that the Camp Da-
vid framework is "the only
practical way to progress
towards a comprehensive
solution of the Arab-Israel
conflict, in^aU its aspects,
question of
lAraba."
scheduled to
ably in its de>
of Ptlw-
Camp David
i the Palwtin-
of Judaea.
_i Gaza District to
play an active role in shaping
their future, by calling on them to
participate not only in the cur-
rent negotiations, but also in the
negotiations which will determine
the final status of the areas they
live in, as well as in the eventual
negotiations on a peace treaty
between Israel and Jordan, in
which the delimitation of
boundaries between the two
countries will be agreed."
THE ISRAELI envoy claimed
that the autonomy plan "is the
first practical proposal to be
advanced to provide a
solution for the needs of
population of those areai
Blum said that the
tinians in the West Bank
Gaza Strip who are
live in peace with :
been steadily terror
timidated by the PLO
been conducting, without letup, a
campaign of political assassi
nation against them."
It is the time to count our
blessings and be grateful that we
are living in the greatest country
in the world. The blessings we
enjoy are numerous, among
them: a stable Government, free
speech, free to practice any reli-
gion of our choice, and protect
those who have no religion at all.
Enough food, not only for our
own 200 million Americana, but
also donate food to many starv-
ing people all over the world. In
addition, we even sell tons of
grain to Russia, who know how to
build an abundance of war
machines, but not enough food
for her people.
We are a nation governed by
laws and our constitution; enjoy-
ing the highest standard of living
in the world.
So as we settle down to cele-
brate two great holidays in
December, let's count our bless-
ings that we are part of the
greatest country in the world -
The good old U.S.A. God Bless
America.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Awards for HDS Students at Today's Hanukah Program
Hebrew Day School, one of the
beneficiary agencies of the Jew-
ish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdaie fund-raising efforts
through the United Jewish Ap-
peal campaigns, will hold its an-
nual Hanukah program today at
the Jewish Community Center
Perlman Campus, 6601 W. Sun-
rise Blvd., Plantation, where the
school is also located.
Fran Merenstein, the School's
director, said the Hanukah pro-
gram will also be the occasion for
presenting awards to students
who brought honor to the school
through participation in the
Jewish Book Month Contest, the
Inter-School Team Spelling
contest, and the Broward Cou
Fair.
aunty
Judges Named for National Jewish Book Awards
She said the most exciting
awards were those garnered at
the Fair when David Shulman, a
third grader, received "The Best
of Show" ribbon and $20 prize for
his science project, "Planets
Travel in Orbits," and a "Best of
Show" award for the entire third
ide class project, "How Does
oil Hold Water."
Extremely proud of all the
students (one of whom is pic-
tured, Erin Fineberg of the fifth
Grade), Mrs. Merenstein will also
call on the first prize winners in
the book contest and those who
represented the school at the
Spelling Bee conducted by the
Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation. Of the 14 students who
were among the top three in vari-
ous categories of the Book con-
test, the following were first prize
winners: Jessica Freedman, kin-
dergarten, picture book story;
Larry Levine, first grade;
Rochelle Spilfogel and Wendy
F in kel stein, second grade;
Andrea Pilnik, third grade; Sandi
Kurtz, fourth grade; J.D. Terziu,
fifth grade.
The fifth grade spelling bee
participants were Erin Fineberg,
Sean Leder, Gregg Polsky, and
Adam Greenberg.
The musical portion of the
Hanukah program will be
directed by Arlene Solomon, the
school's musk teacher. Cantor
Jack State man, Miriam Sagi and
Genia King of the school's He-
brew department will conduct the
Hanukah serv.ce.
NEW YORK, N.Y. The 33rd
annual National Jewish Book
Awards, conducted by the JWB
Jewish Book Council, have been
announced by Dr. Robert Gordis,
Council president.
Deadline for submissions is
Dec. 31, 1961, and rules are
available upon request from the
JWB Book Council, located at 16
Ex. 26, New York, New York
10010.
The National Jewish Book
Awards are conferred annually
by the JWB Jewish Book Council
in Jewish History, Jewish
Thought, Jewish Fiction, the
Holocaust, Israel, Children's
Literature, Yiddish Literature
and the Visual Arts.
Among the past winners of the
awards widely considered to
be the highest recognition in
American Jewish literature are
Isaac Bashevis Singer, Elie
Wiesel, Bernard Malamud, John
Hersey, Irving Howe, Leon Uris
and Philip Roth.
Three nominees in each of the
eight categories will be an-
nounced in Febraury. The 1982
winners will be announced in
March, and the awards will be
conferred by the JWB Jewish
Book Council on Sunday, May 2,
at 2:30 p.p.. The ceremonies will
be at Central Synagogue, 123
East 55th Street, New York Citv
The 24 judges on the eight
panels are distinguished authors,
educators and journalists.
They are: Susan Bolotin, an
editor of The New York Times
Book Review; Prof. Michael
Meyer, Hebrew Union College,
Cincinnati Ohio; Prof. Robert
Chazan, Queens College, N.Y.;
Prof. Frances Malino, University
of Massachusetts, Boston; Prof.
David Sidorsky, Columbia Uni-
versity; Prof. Arnold Ages,
University of Waterloo, Canada;
Prof. Sid Z. Leiman, Brooklyn
College; Prof. Ruth R. Wisse,
McGill University, Montreal;
Prof. David Mirsky, Yeshiva
Unversity, N.Y.
Also, Robert Conn, editor-in-
chief, St. Louis Jewish Light
Prof. Alvin Rosenfeld, Indiana
University, Bloomington, InA
David Szonyi, journalist; Prof.
Stephen P. Cohen, City Univer
sity of New York; Prof. Raphael
Patai, 1978 National Jewish
Book Award winner.
Also, David Gross, associate
editor, The Jewish Week, N.Y.;
Dr. Eduardo Rauch, educator
and co-director, Melton Research
Center, N.Y.; Doris Orgel, chil-
dren's author, New York; Rita
Frischer, librarian, Los Angeles.
Also, Hebrew University pro-
fessors Leila Avrin and Abraham
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Organization in the News
5 Hanukah Parties
At Century Village in Deerfield
Beach, he Brotherhood and the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Israel
do things in a big way. And so it
is with Hanukah.
The two groups will hold three
Hanukah Festivals this weekend
at the Temple at 200 S. Century
Blvd., with parties taking place
Saturday night, Dec. 19, on Sun-
day for the lighting of the first
Hanukah candle, and on Monday
when the secnd candle is lit.
Leon Seaver and Orchestra will
be on hand and the bandstand
for the three nights to provide
dance music. Tickets are $7.
The New Year's Eve Party will
be limited to Temple, Brother-
hood and Sisterhood members at
$12.50 per person with music and
entertainment by Ray Miller and
His Orchestra.
Concert Planned
'An Afternoon of Song," fea-
turing Fraydele Oysher, mother
of Marilyn Michaels and sister of
Moishe Oysher, known as the
"master singer of his people,"
will be presented at 1:30 p.m.,
Sunday, Jan. 24, in Coral Springs
High School, W. Sample Rd.
Included in the "galaxy of
stars" lined up by the Sunrise
chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
which is sponsoring the concert
are the Samuel Sterner Sym-
phonic Concert Choir, Sherry
Sterner, Cantor Abraham Fuchs,
the Wonder Boy Soloist group of
David Schonfeld, Andrew Ceres-
ney, Gur Steve Sharon.
The program will include can-
tonal, Chassidic Yiddish, English
and operatic songs.
LAKES RIDGE ORT
Kay Klement, Broward co-or-
dinator for TV 6 and 33, will
present a musical program at the
meeting of the Lauderdale Ridge
chapter of Women's American
ORT at 11 a.m., insted of the
usual noon start, Thursday, Dec.
24, at Lauderdale Lakes Public
Safety Bldg. Chapter member
Irene Un term an will be the piano
accompanist.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
Ocean Chapter
B'nai B'rith Women's Ocean
chapter will hold its annual
I luncheon and fur fashion show at
noon, Tuesday, Jan. 12, at Jar-
vis Hall, 4601 N. Ocean Blvd.,
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. Chapter
members will model the fashions
from Amoroso Fur Salon, W. Las
Olas Blvd. Donation is $5 for the
luncheon.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
Gold Coast Section
Rabbi Samuel M. Silver of Del-
ray Beach will speak at the Gold
Coast Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women on how
"An Amazed Rabbi Surveys the
Jew" at its 2 p.m., Tuesday, Jan.
5, meeting at the Boca Raton
Bank, 1336 N. State Rd. 7, north
of Coconut Creek Pkwy.
The date and place of the
meeting has been changed be-
cause of construction at the com-
munity's Center.
Rabbi Silver is rabbi emeritus
of Temple Sinai, Stamford,
Conn., and now leads worship
service every Friday for the con-
gregation which meets at St.
Paul's Episcopal church in Del-
ray Beach.
BETH ISRAEL SINGLES
The Singles Group at Fort
Lauderdale's Temple Beth Israel
will have a Chanukah dance and
party on the first night of the
Festival of Lights, 8 p.m., Sun-
day, Dec. 20, at the Temple, 7100
W. Oakland Park Blvd. Admis-
sion, payable at the door, is a $4
donation. A DJ will be on hand to
spin danceable music records. All
singles are invited.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
FOR ISRAEL
Bonaventure Chapter
Myrtle Gilson is chairing the
first night of Hanukah celebra-
tion of the Bonaventure chapter
of Women's League for Israel
Sunday evening, Dec. 20, at the
Bonaventure Country Club. The
program will include Charlotte
Cooper, comedienne. candle
lighting, and contribution by
each guest of small gifts to be
given the next day to the senior
citizens at the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The committee included Char-
lotte Goldstein. Fifi Segal, Laura
Carrus, Annette Kay, Beb Gould,
Sylvia Blumenthal.
B'NAI B'RITH
Sunrise Lodge
B'nai B'rith Sunrise lodge will
hear and see information about
Boys' Town of Jerusalem at its
meeting at 7:30 p.m., Monday,
Dec. 21, at Whiting Hall, NW
68th Ave. and NW 24th St., Sun-
rise. The speaker will be Herb
Rosenberg.
Officers will be elected. The
lodge is inviting wives of mem-
bers and prospective male mem-
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anniversary of the birth of Hen-
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Hadaseah at the Masada Mar-
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Browsta' thr
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with max levine
JWV Florida State Com-
mander Paul Zimmerman was the
speaker at the Dec 17 meeting of
the Morris M. Karpf Post at
Margate's Congregation Beth
Hillel. Rabbi Samuel April of
Temple Sholom, Pompano Beach,
will be the speaker at Pompano's
Hadassah chapter's noon meet-
ing, Dec. 23, at Pompano's Rec-
reation Center Mike Broaak,
Broward County Deputy sheriff,
gave some helpful hints concern-
ing prevention of crime at last
Friday's Federation Kosher Nu-
trition luncheon at the Orioles
shopping center site on 441 in
Lauderdale Lakes.
Jerome Gleekel, pioneer com-
mittee member of Long Island's
Zionist district, was the speaker
at this week's ZOA Fort Lauder-
dale District meeting at Tamarac
Jewish Center Former Brow-
ard County Commissioner Jack
Moss was appointed to a four-
year term with Downtown
Development Authority by Fort
Lauderdale City Commissioners
Rabbi Sheldon Harr, Harvey
Rosenbloom and Robert Ask rep-
resented Plantation's Temple Kol
Ami at the Dec. 4-8 Biennial Con-
vention of Union of American
Hebrew Congregations in
Boston.
Adelaide We id berg is in charge
of recruiting volunteers from
Gold Coast Section of National
Council of Jewish Women for the
section's responsibility to staff
the arts and crafts shop at
Northwest Senior Center, Park
Dr. in Margate Col. Donald
Bernstein of West Point Military
Academy reports the Academy's
newest entering class of cadets
included the largest number (20,
including one woman) of Jewish
cadets ever enrolled at one time
. Deputy Premier Simcha Ehr-
lich and Israeli agriculture dele-
gation he led to UN conference in
Rome were privileged to meet
with Pope John Paul II who ex-
pressed the hope of visiting
Jerusalem.
In Israel, Minister of Finance
Yoram Avidor got the country's
three largest banks to lower their
interest rate from 95 to 86 per-
cent! And Jewish Agency
immigration and absorption
head, Rafael Kotlowitz, reports
100 young families in France to
make aliyah to a new settlement
at Kiryat Arba And the new
airbase in the Negev, Uvda, was
officially inaugurated when six
Israel Air Force fighter Kfir air-
craft landed there to mark the
first transfer of combat aircraft
from bases to be given up in the
Sinai when that area makes way
for the Egyptians as part of the
Camp David Accords.
Murray Satow was elected
Chancellor Commander of Mar-
gate's Knights of Pythias ... In
Margate, Congregation Beth
Hillel's Hebrew School presents a
special Hanukah program at 7
p.m. next Wednesday Brow-
ard's public schools enjoy their
winter break from Dec. 21 until
their classes resume Monday,
Jan 4 Broward s United
Way is continuing its campaign
to raise $4.3 million for the 50
agencies it funds. More than S3.7
million has already been pledged
. Rabbi Samuel Silver of Del-
ray's Temple Sinai and Rev.
Louis Golder of Fort Lauder-
dale's Christ Lutheran church
contrasted and compared this
month's holidays on two Miami
radio stations this week.
Shabbat recognition of UJA
Super Sunday, Jan. 17, is being
Dlanned with special services at
synagogues and temples Friday
night, Jan. 15, and Saturday
morning, Jan. 16 Betty and
Max Ratner of Cleveland have
donated their private collections
of antiguities of ancient Jewish
history, which has been on na-
tionwide tour under auspices of
the Smithsonian Institution, to I
The Jewish Museum in NYC. The !
collection will be a major com-
ponent of an important new in-
stallation of Biblical archaeology
set to open at the Museum next
June. i
Esther Wurmbrand of Plan-
tation is chairing and accepting
donations at $3 for the Jan. 13
luncheon and card party for B'nai
B'rith Women Hope chapter at
Plantation's Deicke Auditorium.
Penny Greenfield and Muriel
Lunden put on a skit about the
"Total, Equal and Liberated
Woman" at this week's Wood-
lands Women's League for Israel
meeting. WLI's Bonaventure
chapter also met this week for its
paid-up membership luncheon at
Bonaventure Country Club.
Tonight's service (Dec. 18) at
Temple Emanu-El is limited to
members and invited guests as
the congregation honors its "Mr.
and Mrs. Temple Emanu-El,"
Evelyn and Lee Shainman for the
exceptional contributions they
have made in leadership roles in
the Temple, the Sisterhood and
Men's Club Soviet Jewish
Prisoner of Conscience Anatoiy
Sharansky, who spent 10 months
in solitary confinement, received
another sentence of three years in
Chistipol Prison, one of the
toughest institutions in the
Soviet Gulag, according to
recently released Prisoner of
Conscience Joseph Mendelevich.
' Mr. and Mrs. Louis MaUin just
returned to Fort Lauderdale from
Kansas City, making certain The
Jewish Floridian is being mailed
to their winter residence here so
they can also know what's going
on in Coral Springs where their
son, Murray Berk, and his family
live. Berk has the Hallmark Card
Shops in the Coral Springs Mall
and Pompano Fashion Square
. The expanded, renovated
Tamarac Branch Library at 8601
W. McNab Rd., was re-dedicated'
last Sunday iJeffOpper-
man has been named part-time
PR man for the Broward County
State of Israel Bonds Organiza-
tion located at 2787 E. Oakland
Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdael. .
David D. Katz, owner of Planta-
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Friday, December 18,1961
X4 //i/Yia/ Gi/fe Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Spewak, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Librae, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Ushkow.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Liben, Jean Shapiro, Myra Greenstone, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Obletz, Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Imerman, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Goodman.
Mr. and Mrs. John Streng, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levy, Anita Perlman, Mr.
and Mrs. Jordon Snyder, Every an Kalmowitz, Joel Telles.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Brumberger, Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund Entin, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sharenow. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leber.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cohen, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Sincoff. Mr. and Mrs Albert
Dretkng. Dee Hahn, Ron Tontoya, Montoya,|Mr. and Mrs. Saul Padek.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Weinberg, Rabbi and Mrs. Donald R. Gerber, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bierman.
Among those who were in attendance at UJA Initial Gift* Dinner are those
pictured here the identifications are not in order.
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Public Hanukah Lighting
in Margate Dec. 21
Margate Mayor Jack Tobin
will officially welcome the com-
munity to public observance of
Hanukah with the lighting of the
Hanukah candles at 7:30 p.m.,
Monday, Dec 21, outside of the
Margate City Hall.
The B'nai B'rith Men and
Women of Margate have invited
the public to. attend the
ceremonies which will include
participation by the rabbis of
both synagogues in Margate:
Rabbi Dr. Solomon Geld of Tem-
ple Beth Am and Rabbi Joseph
Berglas of Congregation Beth
Hillel; Cantor Mario Boto-
SXZ y ?L ^h Am- ^e
children of both Hebrew schools.
The children will join Cantor
Botoshansky in the leading of
several Hanukah songs when the
lighted shammas kindles the two
candles on the eve of Hanukahs
second day.
Chairman Jacob Saperstein
said that festivities have been de-
signed to acquaint the public
about the miracles of dedication
inspired by Hanukah.
Breakfast with Tadmore
at Coral Springs
tainment was arranged by the
1982 Coral Springs United Jew-
ish Appeal Committee of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale at a meeting
earlier this month at the Fireside
Inn in Coral Springs.
Mark Steingard heads the
committee which includes
Michael Weinberg, Art Langer,
Steven Beyer, Johl Rotman, Bob
reigenbaum, Mitchell Pasin
Edward Kaplan, Philip Wein-
stein, Allen Press. Dr. David
Bader, Rabbi Donald R. Gerber,
Michael Jacobs, David Gross,
Ron Luzim. Working with the
committee is Larry Schuval, also
of Coral Springs, who is a
Federation campaign associate.
Danny Tadmore, the noted Is-
raeli entertainer, skillful, witty
spieler of anecdotes, will be mak-
ing his first appearance of the
season in North Broward county
at a Coral Springs family break-
fast and educational update
meeting at 10 a.m., Sunday, Dec.
20. in the community room in
Mullins Park.
The free breakfast and enter-
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Community Calendar
FRIDAY, DEC. 18
Temple Emanu-El: Special Oneg
Shabba. Services.
HADASSAH:
Boca Katun A viva Chapter:
"Hadassah Night," 8 p.m.,
Temple Beth El in Boca.
Deerfield Scopus Chapter and
others: Oneg Shabbat, 8 p.m..
Temple Beth Israel, Deerfield
Beach.
SATURDAY, DEC. 19
Jewish Community Center:
Theatre Guild presentation:
"The Happy Time," 8 p.m.
Temple Beth Israel. Deerfield
Beach: Sisterhood and Brother-
hood: Three-day Hanukah Fes-
tivities.
SUNDAY, DEC. 20
First Candle Tonight for Hanu-
kah.
Temple Emanu-El: Hanukah
Dinner, p.m.
B'nai B'rith-Lauderdale Lodge:
General meeting, 10 a.m., Castle
Gardens Recreation Hall.
Temple Beth Am-Margate: Inau-
gural Gala Dinner-Dance, 6:30
p.m.. Temple.
Pioneer Women-Hatikvah Chap-
ter: Testimonial luncheon
honoring Jack Rosenberg, noon,
Holiday Inn, Plantation. $10, Net
proceeds for Israeli Student
Scholarships.
Temple Kol Ami: Games, 6:30
p.m.
Temple Beth Torah-Tamarac:
Games, 7 p.m.
North Lauderdale Hebrew Con-
gregation: 5 p.m., candlelighting
Hanukah ceremony, No. Lauder-
dale City Hall, 701 SW 71st Ave.
speaker: Vice Mayor Sam Miller.
MONDAY, DEC. 21
Temple Emanu-El: Games, 7:15
p.m.
Temple Sholom Sisterhood-Pom
pano: General meeting, 12:30
p.m., Temple Social Hall.
HADASSAH:
Aviva Oakland Estates Chap-
ter: 11:30 a.m. Hanukah
meeting, Oakland Estates Social
Center, Lauderdale Lakes.
Armon Castle Chapter: Board
meeting, 9:30 a.m., Castle Recre-
ation Hall.
Bat Ami-Tamarac Chapter:
Board meeting, 9:30 a.m., Tama-
rac Jewish Center.
Gold Coast Section: Board
meeting, 10 a.m.
Kadimah Deerfield Chapter:
General meeting, 12:30 p.m.,
Temple Beth Israel, Century Vil-
lage.
Temple Kol Ami Sisterhood:
General meeting, 8 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Women, Fort Lau-
derdale: 12:30 p.m. Candlelight
ceremony, holiday treats, Roarke
Recreation Center, Sunrise.
TUESDAY, DEC. 22
HADASSAH:
Rayus Tamarac Chapter: 11
a.m. Boutique, Hanukah
celebration, noon meeting, Rayus
Players' present Henrietta Szold
skit.
Bermuda Club Herd Chapter:
Board meeting.
Plantation Hachad Chapter:
Noon, holiday treats, Deicke Au-
ditorium.
Masada Margate Chapter:
General meeting, 12:30 p.m.,
Temple Beth Am.
No. Lauderdale Chai Chapter:
General meeting, No. Lauderdale
City Hall. 701 SW 71et Ave.
Somerset Shoahana Chapter:
General meeting, noon, Recrea-
tion Hall, Somerset Phase I.
ORT Sunrise Village Chapter-No.
Broward Region: Board meeting,
Southern Federal.
Temple Beth Torah Sisterhood:
Games, 12:15 p.m.
Pioneer Women Debra Club:
General meeting, noon, Lauder-
dale Lakes City Hall.
B'NAI B'RITH:
Sunrise Chapter: Board meet-
ing, 12:30 p.m., K Mart Shop-
ping Mall Hospitality Room.
Oakland Pk. Blvd., and Univer-
sity Dr.
No. Broward Council: Council
meeting, 1 p.m., David Park
Pavilion, Margate.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23
ORT Woodlands No. Chapter:
Hanukah Festival for Members
and grandchildren.
Jewish War Veterans-William
Kretchman Auxiliary: General
meeting, noon, Broward Federal,
3000 N. University Dr., Sunrise.
THURSDAY, DEC. 24
Temple Emanu-El: Board meet-
ing, p.m.
ORT Wynmoor Chapter: Board
meeting, 1 p.m., Boca Raton
Bank, Basics Shopping Center,
State Rd. 7.
Temple Beth Am-Margate:
Board meeting, 7 p.m.
Free Sons of Israel-Fort Lauder-
dale Lodge: General meeting,
7:30 p.m., Whiting Hall, NW
64th Ave. and NW 24th St.
HADASSAH:
Pompano Chai Chapter: Gen-
eral meeting, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Pompano Recreation Center,
1801 NE 6th St.
Tamarac Shoshana Chapter:
noon, mini-lunch, Hanukah
program, Tamarac Jewish
Center.
Scopus Deerfield Chapter:
General meeting, noon, Temple
Beth Israel, Coffee hour
preceding meeting.
B'NAI B'RITH:
Plantation Lodge: Board
meeting, 8 p.m., Community
Room, Southern Federal, Sunrise
Blvd., and Sunset Strip.
Hope Chapter: General meet-
ing, noon, Deicke Auditorium.
FRIDAY, DEC. 25
Workman's Circle: General
meeting, 7:30 p.m., Lauderdale
Lakes City Hall.
SUNDAY, DEC. 27
Temple Kol Ami: Games, 6:30
p.m.
Temple Beth Torah-Tamarac:
Games, 7 p.m.
City of Hope-Sunrise Chapter:
Picnic, T. Y. Park, Bring food, 25
cents parking for Senior Citizen
UJA Jan. 17
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Cheysson Again Demands Direct
Peace Talks With Palestinians
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) Foreign
Minister Claude Cheysson has
called for direct talks between all
those concerned by the Middle
East crisis, "including by those
who represent" the Palestinian
people.
In an interview with Le
Monde, Cheysson said: "There
will be no peace in the area (the
Middle East) as long as the
rights of all nations are not
recognized. Who can imagine
that the Palestinian people will
ever live in peace as long as it
does not have a state of its own?"
CHEYSSON, who was sched-
uled to arrive for a two-day offi-1
rial visit to Israel this week,
brushed off Israeli Premier
Menachem Begins accusations
that he is "no friend of Israel."
The Minister said, "If I would
not consider myself a friend of Is-
rael, I would not have remained
French Foreign Minister for even
24 hours longer." Begin, in a tele-
vision interview last week,
charged that Cheysson "is no
friend of ours." He also said he
would "question him" during the
trip on some of his recent dec-
larations.
Cheysson retored: "I, in turn
am curious about the answers he
will give to my questions, if he
will let me ask." He stressed that
he is a friend of Israel but be-
lieves that Israel's future rests
"in obtaining peace and in fin-
ding its place within the region."
and child.
MONDAY, DEC. 28
(LAST DAY HANUKAH)
Temple Emanu-El: Games, 7:16
p.m.
Hadassah-Fort Lauderdale
Tamar Chapter: Board meeting,
10 a.m., Lauderhill Library.
B'nai B'rith Deerfield Beach
Chapter 1552: General meeting,
12:30 p.m., Temple Beth Israel,
Deerfield Beach.
City of Hope-Sunrise Chapter:
General meeting, Tamarac
Jewish Center, Book Review.
TUESDAY, DEC. 29
Temple Beth Torah Sisterhood:
Games, 12:15 p.m.
Hadassah Rayus Tamarac Chap-
ter: General meeting, Tamarac
Jewish Center, noon.
THURSDAY, DEC. 31
Temple Emanu-El: New Year's
Eve Party, p.m.
Temple Beth Israel Deerfield
Beach Sisterhood and Brother-
hood: New Year's Eve dinner
dance, p.m. For reservations call
Sadie Bodner, Eve Yarnis or
Ruth Steinlauf.
City of Hope Sunrise Chapter:
New Year's Eve dinner dance,
$23.50 per person. Tamarac
Jewish Center.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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JFS
Jewish FamUy Service
of Broward County
The professional staff of social workers at the Jewish Fw, c
[of Broward County (733-3394,, a beneficiary2J Sl&SS'L
deration of Greater Fort Lauderdale with fu7dlneZLi2^f "J1
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I adjustment to old age drug rehabilitation and problem! o,St
lents, among other work which includes, also, family Ufe educatin
grams. Presented here ,s one of the highlights of JFS %T The
Family Counseling
Ir. and Mrs. Cohen, the
nts who came to the Jewish
bily Service, are in their mid-
. Their first session was con-
jted with their eldest daughter
Ira, who is 15.
fheir two other daughters are
Ibara, 13, and Tina. 9. This
[ily came to therapy for 15
lions. Most of these sessions
conducted with the entire
lily present. Upon two occa-
ks the parents were seen alone,
ping one session Laura was
individually and another
held with Barbara being the
one present.
[he presenting problem was
Iras behavior problem. The
ken family had recently moved
[he Fort Lauderdale area and
}ra was upset by the transi-
having left behind her
ids, school, and her familiar
[ironment. The family moved
an area where the children
Ira's age were heavily in-
Ved in drug taking. In order to
peve peer acceptance Laura
ckly adopted similar behavior,
)ming involved with smoking
tijana and the consumption of
khol and barbiturates, i.e.
taludes, Valium. Librium, etc.
ler school work was neglected,
her grades reflected this
pigence. She began stealing
ney and breaking into neigh-
ling homes to get more availa-
] cash so as to be able to pro-
drugs and clothing. The
Jily was put into a crisis situa-
as a result of two experi-
bs. Firstly, Laura was ar-
for breaking and entering
i a home. Secondly, she was at
unily party where she over-
on Valium and liquor and
to be rushed into the oner-
key room of a local hospital to
re her stomach pumped. It was
this point that the family be-
therapy at Jewish Family
/ice.
phe family dynamics were
riplex. There was much love
devotion amongst all family
nbers, which was seen as a
positive aspect. Mrs. Cohen
somewhat manipulative,
lugh, claiming that Laura's
pavior was "killing" her and as
esult of the tumultous experi-
es she was not able to sleep.
Is was hard for everybody to
)with.
Barbara, also felt extremely
1 and guilty because being the
[idle child, she was constantly
j compared to Laura, result-
in Laura appearing to be
fre of a problem child. Barbara
extremely attractive, doing
well in school, and had an
pmplary record. Tina was
newhat of a peripheral part of
family organization at this
[>e as she was too young to un-
stand the drug-taking. Laura,
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on the other hand, could find no
acceptable ways of gaining posi-
tive attention from her parents
especially when Barbara was the
model child, so she choose the
negative route as a means of get-
ting attention.
Progressive Therapy
Several goals and methods
were apparent as therapv pro-
gressed. The first goal was to
eliminate Laura's drug-taking
and stealing beharviors. Two be-
havioral contracts were drawn
up. The first was for Laura: She
agreed to no stealing or further
involvement with drugs until
therapy was to be terminated.
The second was Mr. and Mrs.
Cohen: They were, consistently,
to punish Laura and to supervise
her at home-free hours. The
Cohen's had a history of being in-
consistent in their disciplinary
actions where Laura was con-
cerned.
A second goal in therapy was
to eliminate Mrs. Cohen's guilt
invoking comments to her chli
dren and also her constant ver
balizations of comparisons be-
tween Laura and Barbara. This
was done by giving consistent
verbal feedback to Mrs. Cohen
and pointing out the ramifica-
tions these behaviors had on the
family system. The third goal
was to allow Barbara to accept
her behaviors as worthy and sig-
nificant, in order to improve her
self-concepts and to prevent any
possible future involvement in
self-destructive behaviors which
might have occurred in order for
her to be accepted by Laura and
Laura's friends. This was accom-
plished through supportive coun-
seling. Her family was to en-
courage her positive behaviors,
but no longer to compare her to
Laura.
A fourth goal was to allow
more freedom to the children. Mr.
and Mrs. Cohen wanted complete
control over the family. When-
ever one of the children would
strive for autonomy their parents
would enforce more together time
and discussions. It became ap-
parent that the children resented
this and saw this as a means to
grill them and pry into their per-
sonal lives. This goal was
achieved by teaching communi-
cations skills to the entire family,
and by processing the effects of
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen's constant
questioning.
The final goal was to find
something Laura excelled at so
that she would be able to:
(a) get positive recognition,
(b) more money to spend on
herself:
(c) improve her self-concept;
and
(d) give her future goals.
This goal was obtained by first
finding an area of interest, which
for Laura was child-care, and
then by implementing a program
where she would be carefully
supervised. This was answered
by a part-time job where she
would be taking care of young
children.
As a result of counseling all
goals were achieved. The be-
havioral problems ceased and the
Cohen family is communicating
more effectively. The living
situation is more harmonious,
due partly becuase the family
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the Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, December 18,1961
Hanukah Gifts Going to Israel Children
At Temple Kol Ami in Planta-
tion, unlike many religious
schools throughout the country,
children of Kol Ami.'s Darrell
Scott Fagelson Religious School
don't exchruge Hanukah gifts
with one another.
Rather, according to Rabbi
Sheldon J. Harr and School Di-
rector Morris Ezry, in the spirit
of the season, and in an attempt
to teach the children the true
meaning of the word Tzedekah
(righteous charity), the students
bring gifts for children in Israel
Kibbutzim who would otherwise
not receive the little extras that
make the Hanukah festival so
special for Jewish children.
As the Temple has done for
several years, the wrapped pres-
Lecture at Century Village
Judge Barry J. Stone of the
Breward County Circuit Court
will be the speaker at the second
in a series of lectures at Temple
Beth Israel, Deerfield Beach. A
past president of the North
Broward Bar Association and
also of Temple Sholom in Pom-
pano Beach, Judge Stone will
answer the question "What Is
Justice?" at the 8 p.m., Sunday.
Dec. 27, forum.
Other lectures in the series will
be Lawrence Schuval, director of
Community Relations Committee
and Social Planning for the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, on Jan. 31, and
Samuel Gaber of the Anti-
DEFAMATION League of B'nai
B'rith on Feb. 28.
ents brought to the School will be
shipped to the Leo Baeck School
in Haifa, an upper-level school
supported by the Reform Move-
ment in America. Pictures of the
gifts being distributed by the Leo
Baeck School are sent to Kol Ami
to the joy of the school children
here.
Kol Ami's school has 700 stu-
dents enrolled, making it the
largest Jewish religious school in
Broward County and the second
largest in Florida. It has a pro-
fessional staff of 36 teachers-
Classes are conducted five days
per week. Sometime next month,
the Temple expects to open the
new Religious School Wing, now
under construction, to better
house the classes.
JNF Event at Castle Garden Dec. 20
The Jewish National Fund,
which founded the concept of the
"Blue Box" and which is cele-
brating its 80th anniversary of
reclaiming and reforesting the
land of Israel, will be saluted and
honored at teh Castle Gardens
Recreation Hall at a Hanukah
brunch at 11:30 a.m., Sunday,
Dec. 20 during a program spon-
sored by the Lauderhill B'nai
B'rith lodge.
Sol Cohen, one of lodge's active
members who leads a WECARE
volunteer group from the lodge
and the Hebrew Congregation of
Israel Bonds
Honors 2 Couples
The State of Israel and the Is-
rael Bonds Organization Com-
mittee at Century Village
honored Martin and Jean Rosen
and Leopold and Harriet Van
Blerkom last Sunday, at Temple
Beth Israel, Deerfield Beach.
Century Village Israel Bonds
Chairman Abe Rosenblatt paid
tribute to the Rosens and Van
Blerkoms, noting that they have
long been active in Jewish com-
munal affairs and have dedicate
themselves to the economic
growth of the Jewish state
through the Israel Bonds pro-
gram.
Kosen is president of B'nai
B'rith Lodge of Deerfield Beach
and is vice-president of Temple
Beth Israel Brotherhood. Mrs.
Rosen is a member of the Temple
Sisterhood and has co-chaired
numerous campaigns for the
United Jewish Appeal and Israel
Bonds.
Van Blerkom is a former presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith Deerfield
Lodge and former President of
Lyndhurst "F" Condominium.
Mrs. Van Blerkom is financial
secretary of Hadassah and a
member of B'nai B'rith Woman.
She was secretary for the Lynd-
nurat Association.
Levitt-Weinstein
Adds to Staff
Cantor Manny Mandel, vice
president of Levitt-Weinstein
Memorial Chapels announced the
affiliation of Mark Berkowitz to
the Jewish staff of Levitt-Wein-
stein.
Berkowitz was formally asso-
ciated with the Berkowitz-
Kuman Memorial Chapel of
Cleveland which was founded by
his grandfather, the late Samuel
M Berkowitz, and subeequentlv
owned by hfa father, Harvey
Berkowitz.
Levkt-Weinetein Memorial
Chapels are located in North
Miami Beach, Hollywood, and
West Palm Beach.
Lauderhill with regular visits to
the Center for Living Nursing
Home, said that Rabbi Meyer
Abromowitz will speak and
Cantor Edward Klein of Miami,
who charmed the audience at-
tending the JNF celebration
earlier this month at Temple
Beth Israel, will entertain. Ad-
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The Jewish Floridian ofGreat* Fort Lauderdale
Page 13
^^-^J^^S^^^!^^^ In Anti-Semitism Battle
He continued: "The number of
reported incidents mountsTa%
Synagogues are defaced. *
teries
schools
leaflets
defaced, c
desecrated, religious
vandalized, slanderous
distributed. And I am
convinced the number of attacks
on Jews and Jewish institutions
is greater than the number re-
ported. Too many Jews dismiss
such incidents as pranks or hope
that, if ignored, they will some-
how go away."
DESPITE THIS trend,
Schindler insists that "Jews in
America must never fear to
BOSTON -
lexander Schindler, president of
Union of American Hebrew
bngregation, says American
us should "reject the council of
jiidity and never hesitate to
ate our views and vote our con-
ences," even it if means stir-
"the demons of anti-
nit ism" raised during the re-
nt debate over the sale of
/ACS planes and other weap-
r to Saudi Arabia.
In a Sabbath sermon, prepared
delivery at the UAHC's 56th
bnnial assembly, Schindler
erted: "The strategy of subtly
Leatening Jews with a backlash
[they don't keep their mouths
lit is part of a larger pattern of
ng anti-Semitism in the Unit-
J States and the world. Yet, to
luckle under the hatemongers
; of fear of what they might do
[to give them the victory they
fck and they will come back
r more, like any blackmailers."
IN HIS message to the UAHC
mention, the Reform leader
limbed a meeting with Presi-
nt Reagan in the White House
week where the President
)k a great deal of time to
lure me and other members of
Conference of Presidents of
fjor American Jewish Or-
nizations that he was not anti-
itic. I believe the President,"
bindler states.
I'But all Americans not
Jewish Americans are in
luble when the President of the
lited States has to do that. He
st do it," Schindler said,
ause anti-Semitism is alive
[ould U.S. Embassy Remain?
Continued from Page 1
sence of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem "
\mong other points reported were the fact that U.S.
oses an independent Palestinian state between
dan and Israel, that U.S. supports the right of Israel
[secure borders, and that the U.S. recognizes that
Jerusalem is and ought forever to remain the capital of
the principal reason that may be given for not mov-
t the U.S. Embassy is that a move might offend
udi Arabia and other Arab states. Will declares that
first step to bringing the Saudi regime into com-
nity with the recent U.S. description of the Saudis
['moderate and statesmanlike" and bring the Saudis
kheir senses, is to demonstrate, through relocation of
\ U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, that the
B. consider some questions closed, "including the
ktus of Jerusalem as Israel's indivisible capital."
arouse the public against the
hatemongers because the over-
whelming majority of Americans
will stand at our side against
bigotry and hate and for the
American deal."
According to the UAHC
leader, "Jews do not have to
wage this struggle alone. We can
reach out to form coalition of de-
cency with moderate Christian
leaders, with civic leaders, with
Blacks and labor and the liberals
and with conservatives, too
true conservatives who are
pledged to the preservation of
American values, not the riders
of the Trojan Horse."
Schindler pointed out that
"our traditional alliances held up
during the recent A WACS battle.
It was led by true and tested
friends the Kennedys, the
Cranstons, the Packwoods.
Labor was most supportive and
16 of 17 Blacks voted against the
AW ACS sale, as did all the His-
panic s in the House."
IN CONTRAST, Schindler ob-
served, "the Moral Majority did
not do nearly so well by us. Its
leader, Rev. Jerry Falwell, did
sign an anti-AWACS advertise-
ment. That was all no mail, no
telephone calls, no sermons to
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Happy Chanukah
Good Health & Happiness To
The Jewish Community
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100 N. rV. 82nd Are. Plantation
. Phone 474-4401
Adjacent to Bennett Hospital
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3501N. State Rd. 7
mderdale Lakes 566-9412
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support its public position. In
fact, the higher the Moral Major-
ity rating of a legislator the more
likely he was to approve the arms
sale to Saudi Arabia.''
On the proposal in Israel's
Knesset to amend the Law of Re-
turn, Schindler called for the
"collective voice of American
Jewry" to be heard in opposition.
Describing the proposal by the
Agudat Party in Israel as
"wantonly destructive of Jewish
unity," Schindler declared:
"How can any Jewish leader,
after Auschwitz, permit the insti-
tution of a 'selection process' at
Jerusalem's gates?"
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Tonight's Beth Am Service Includes 5th Graders
Who'll Also Be Seen on TV4's Show Dec. 21
In one of the scenes videotaped last month
at Temple Beth Am in Margate, one of the fifth
graders of Teacher Nancy Stenik's class in the
Temple's Religious School is pictured lighting the
first candle. That youngster and other members
of Nancy Stenik's class will participate in
tonight's (Dec 18) Family Night Shabbat at the
Temple. They'll join President Harry Hirach,
Jack Magzen and Cantor Mario Botoshansky in
responsive readings and prayers.
The story of Hanukah, complete with lighting
of Hanukah candles, lathes and dreidels, was per-
formed by the fifth graders for producers and
hosts of TV 4's very popular Monday night PM
program. This segment of Hanukah will be aired
at 7:30 p.m.. Monday, Dec. 21.
This Sunday at 6:30 p.m., the congregation
celebrates its first year at its present site, 7206
Royal Palm Blvd., with a dinner dance. Lea Wag-
man and his Orchestra will entertain.
Temple members, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Posner,
are setting up a Hanukah display today at Mar-
gate's Catherine Young Library open to public to
the end of the month.
Temple Beth Am's Rabbi Solomon Geld and
Rabbi Joseph Bergjas will loin in a public lightfa^g
of a Hanukah Menorah at 7 p.m., Monday, Dec.
21, in front of Margate's City Hall.
The Temple's Kadimah group will have a
holiday party from 7 to 10 p.m., Wednesday, Dae.
|8, at the Temple.
Sunrise Congregational Meeting Dec 24
The annual congregational
morting of Sunrise Jewish Center
will take place at 7:30 p.m.,
Thursday, Dec. 24, for what is
believed to be the start of the
congregation's most important
year of activity in its existence.
The agenda for the Dae. 24
) synagogue
W. Oakland Park Blvd. will be
highlighted by discussion con-
cerning the building of a new
temple on land already bought
and paid for.
The Board of Trustees who met
to discuss ways and means of
achieving the synagogue's ob-
jectives in 1962 will present its
report. Officers will be elected.
Plans for the new building will be
discussed and a budget with fi-
nancial report will be presented.
Members are urged to attend.
A collation will follow the mast-
ing.
Berkowitz Speaks at Beth Torah Tonight
Maurice Berkowitz, a
of the Port Everglades Commis-
sion, active in B'nai B'rith and a
meuibei of the Anti- Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. will
inaugurate the winter-spring Fri-
B'not Mitzvah
BETH ISRAEL
Deerftold Beach
Jonathan Warthar. grandson
of Rev. Saul Kirschenbaum, vice
president of Temple Beth Israel
in DeerfieW Beach, became a Bar
Mitzvah last month at the Beth
Israel synagogue.
BETH ISRAEL
FortIawdera.il
Ricky Sklar, son of Lynn and
Robert Sklar of Plantation, will
become a Bar Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning, Dae. 19.
service at Temple Beth Israel,
7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Next Friday, Dae. 26, Dyaaa
Kraas, daughter of Mattie and
Dr. David Kraus of Plantation,
will participate in the service on
the occasion of her Bat Mitzvah
at Temple Beth Israel.
The following morning, Scotti
Wales, son of Leonard Weiss of
Plantation, will become a Bar I
Mitzvah.
And on Roah Chodesh, Sunday I
morning, Dae. 27, Evas Jare-I
ehaaer, son of Glenda and Paul
Jarschauer of Fort Lauderdale,
will become a Bar Mitzvah.
TEMPLE SHOLOM
Barry Kats, son of Mr. and,
Mrs. Walter Katz, will become a
Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning, Dec 28, service at
Temple Sholotn, Pompano Beach.
BETH AM
David Eaaffmaa, son of Claire
and Steven Kauffman of Coral,'
Springs, will become a Bar Mito*
vah at the Saturday moraii_a
Dae. 19, service at Temple Bh
Am, Margate.
BETH TORAH
B'nai Mitzvah honors
conferred upon Ji
son of Grackda and Isaac Al
boukrek of Sunrise, sad David
Kay, son of Leslie and Gary
Schatz of Sunrise, at the Satur-
day momma:. Dae. 28. service at
EMANUEL
Adam Zelinka, son of Sudan
and Jay Zelinka of Sunrise, will
become a Bar Mitzvah at the 11
a.m., Saturday, Dec 26, service
at Temple Emanu-El, Fort
Lauderdale.
day night lecture series as part of
the Shabbat service tonight (Dae
18) at Temple Bath Torah, 9101
NW57thSt.,Tamarac.
The service begins at 8 p.m.
The public is invited. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow the service
which wfll be conducted by Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman and Cantor
Henry Belasco. Jack Werner is
president of the congregation.
ion wdl bo
,
Candlelighting Time
Friday, Dec. 18-5:15
Friday, Dec. 25-5:19
Friday, Jan. 1-5:23
Friday, Jan. 8-5:28
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Ba-ruch A -tab. 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.
RAMAT SHALOM
The Torah School children of
Ramat Shalom 7473 NW 4th St.,
Plantation, will play a large part
in tonight's (Dec. 18) 8:15 serv-
ice. With the coming of the
Hanukah holiday, the service will
lean toward the school and syna-
gogue Hanukah celebration. Mu-
sical accompaniment for the
Shabbat songs will be provided
by Craig Blafer, guitarist, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Blafer.
Ramat Shalom president, Dr.
Richard Goldman, anticipates
the completion of the syna-
gogue's new home at W. Broward
Blvd. and Hiatus Rd., Plantation
Acres, by the summer of 1982.
Construction began Nov. 27 at
the two-acre site.
BETH ISRAEL
MEN'S CLUB
Winged Victory Singers are re-
turning to Fort Lauderdale by
popular demand with a program
of new songs, new thrills and old
favorites to be presented at 8
p.m., Sunday, Jan. 10 at Temple
Beth Israel, 7100 W. Oakland
Park Blvd.
The program is being present-
ed by the Temple's Men's Gub
which has already placed on sale
tickets for reserved seating.
Tickets, for s donation of S3 or
86, are available at the Temple
office 742-4040.
In Mourning
Clara and Moses Steinberg of
Lauderhill and their family are
mourning the recent death of
Symma Miller of Great Neck,
L.I., mother-in-law of their son,
Dr. Jacob J. Steinberg of New
York City. Moses Steinberg said
that Mrs. Miller, whose daughter
Sari Sue is married to bis son,
was the wife of Leon Miller. Both
Millers were active in various
charitable organizations and
Mrs. Miller, according to
Steinberg, was honored as ait Ass
chayil (a woman of courage).
?
Synagogue Directory
V ** ^ORTHODOX
Tempi. Ohel B'nai Raphael (736-9738). 4361 W. Oakland Park Blvd..
Lauderdale Lakes 33313.
Services: Daily 8 a.m., 6:30 p.m., Saturday 8:46 a.m.
Young Israel of Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale (966-7877). 3291 Stirling
Rd., Ft. Lauderdale 33312.
Services: Daily 7:30 a.m., and at sunset. Saturdays 9 a.m.
Rabbi: Edward Davis.
Traditional Synagogue of Iaverrary (742-9244). 4231 NW 76th Tar.,
Lauderhill 33313
Services: Saturday 9 a.m.
Rabbi: A. Lieberman
Young Israel Synagogue of DesrfWId Beach (428-6918). 1640 Hillsboro
Bhrd 33441.
Services: Daily 8:16 a.m., A Sundown. Fridays 6 p.m.. Saturdays 8:46
a.m.
President: Abraham Wosk.
CONSERVATIVE
Tempi. Beth Israel (742-4040), 7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd..
Sunris.33313 _
Services: Daily 8 a.m. 6 p.m.; Fridays, 5:30 p.m. Minyan; also
8 p.m.; Saturdays. 8:46 a.m. and at sunset; Sundays 9 ajn.
Rabbi: Phillip A. Labowitx, Cantor Maurice Nau.
Temple Beth An. (974-8660). 7206 Royal Palm Blvd., MargaU 33063.
Services Daily 8:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m.; Fridays 8 p.m., Saturdays, 9 a.m..
Sundays 8 am
Rabbi: Dr. Solomon Geld. Cantor Mario Botoshansky.
Swaries Jewish Cater (741-0296), 8049 W. Oakland Park BNd,
Sunrise 38821.
Services: Daily 8 a.m., Friday. 8 p.m., Saturdays. 9 a.m.
Rabbi: Albart N. Troy. Cantor Jack Merchant
Cewgrogstlea Beth HBlel (974-3090). 7640 Margate Blvd.,
Margate 33063
Services: Dairy 8:16 a.m., 6:30 p.m.; Fridays 8 p.m. Saturday* 8:46 a.m.
RabbL Joseph Berglas.
Teampts Sholeai (9424410). 132 SE 11th Ave.. Pompano Beach 33060
Services: Daily 8:46 a.m.; Fridays 8 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m..
Sunday. 9 ajn.
Rabbi: Samuel April. Cantor. Jacob J. Renser.
Teasple Beth Torah (721-7660). 9101 NW 67th St. Tamarac 38321
Services: Daily 8:30a.m., 6 p.m.; Fridays 8 pjn., Family service;
Saturdays and Sundays, 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi: Ierael Zimmerman. Cantor Henry Belasco.
Temple Beth Israel (421-7080). 200 S. Century Bhrd..
Deerfield Beach 38441
Service*: Daily and Sunday. 8:30 a.m., 6 p.m.; Friday late sarvica 8
p.m., Saturdays 8:46 a.m., evening, candle-lighting time.
Rabbi Laon Miraky, Cantor:: ShabUi Ackarman
Hshriw Ceagrsgstlea of LsaderhlB (733-9660). 2048 NW 49th Ave..
Lauderhill 33313.
Services: Dafly 8 am, sundown; Fridays, sundown. Saturday. 8:46 ajn.
President: Maxwell Gilbert
Hebrew Congregation of North Laoderdeie (for information: 721-7162).
Service, at Western School, Room 3, 8200 SW 17th St.. North
Lauderdale. Fridays 6:46p.m.. Saturdays 9 a.m.
President Murray Handler.
Temple Ierael of Gait Ocean Mile (for information: 566-0964)
Service, to be resumed sometime in November.
Rabbi: David MaUner
REFORM
Tesapls Essen-El (731-2310). 3246 VY. Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderdale
Lakes 33311
Services: Friday. 8:16 p.m. (Once a month family service 7:46 p.m.).
Saturday services only on holiday, or celebration of Bar-Bat MiUvah
Rabbi: Jeffrey Ballon, Cantor: Jerome Klement
Temple Kol Asm (472-1988). 8000 Peters Rd. Plantation 33324.
Services: Fridays 8:16 p.m.; Saturdays 10:30 ajn.
Rabbi: Sheldon Harr, Canton Gene Corbura.
Tempi. Beth Orr (768-8232), 2161 Riverside Dr.. Coral Springs 33086
Services: Minyan Sundays. 8:16 ajn.. Tuesdays sad Thursdays 7:80
am.; Fridays 8 p.m., Saturdays 10:30 a.m.
Rabbi: Donald R. Gerber
RECONSTRUCTIONI8T
Basnet Shalom (688-7770). 7478 NW 4th St. Plantation 33324
Services: Friday. 8:15 p.m. Saturday, only for Bar-Bat Mitxvah 10 ajn.
Rabbi: Robert A. Jacobs.
LIBERAL
L*'?2T.TPto*"*"rt Creek (for information: 971-9729or P.O.
Box 4384. Margate 33063)
Servtoesrt Calvary Presbyterian Church, Coconut Creek Blvd.. twice a
month Friday. 8 p-m.
Rabbi: A. Robert Ilson.
w* Rrewsid Jewiah Congregation (for information 741-0121 or P O
Boa 17440. Plantation SMIbITtVtTNW 4th St. PknUtion. h
Ssrvfces: Friday. 8:16 p.m.; Saturdays only for Bar-Bat MiUvah
President: Don Workman
Jeter Jafcvah Njaagsgei (for information: 762-3771 or P.O. Bom
8126. Coral Springs 88086)
8800 University Dr Coral Sprfcsaa
WshhrlawaafdrdL
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fiday, December 18,1981
--v- .-,,
rael Bond Honorees
I
auis and Sonia Silvers re-
Israel's Scroll of Honor
ird at the Lauderdale Oaks
for Israel held on behalf of
Israel Bonds Organization.
Silvers were honored for
active participation in
nerous Jewish philanthropic
service organizations and for
dedication to Israel's
bomic survival through the
kel Bond program.
Bonds Bermuda
Honoree
Warshawsky, president
I'nai B'rith Bermuda Club,
1 Israel's Scroll of Honor
at the annual Bermuda
Night for Israel at the Ber-
|a Club Auditorium.
arshawsky has been active
the Passover Relief Fund,
ys Club of America, and is
er president of Bermuda
Phase 8. He is a board
kber of the religious commit
and chairman of Bermuda
Entertainment.
uiirman of the event was Is.
Isman. The co-chairmen were
ein, Herman So In it and
/eisner.
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 15
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