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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
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Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, May 7,1982
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Jean
Shapiro Nominated for Federation President
Federation of ^B
lter Fort Lauderdale will
I its hold its annual member-
, meeting at 7 pnv Tuesday
25 at Temple Emanu-El,
W. Oakland Park Blvd.,
[derdale Lakes.
r primary importance will be
[election officers and the pre-
ation of annual reports of all
Dents of the Federation's
[-increasing agenda of pro-
ns and services supported by
led Jewish Appeal funds,
more than two-thirds of
funds going to meet hu-
Ijtarian needs in Israel and
r countries around the world.

Jean Shapiro,
Shapiro has been Waldman has been listed to be-
nated to succeed Victor come executive vice president
an as president, and Ethel and continue for another year as
Victor Gruman
general chairman of the UJA
campaign.
Mrs. Shapiro, a member of the
Ethel Waldman
Federation's Board of Directors
since 1972, is completing a suc-
cessful year as executive vice
president of campaign for the
Federation's Women's Division.
Moving into the highest office of
the Federation, she is backed by
experience as a founding organi-
zer of the United Jewiah Appeal
in Bergen County, N.J., and
service as president of a Brandeis
Women's National Committee
and of the Sisterhood of the Jew-
ish Community Center of Tea-
neck, N.J.
She will follow in the footsteps
of Gruman who was the 1981
UJA general campaign chairman
for the Federation before suc-
ceeding Milton Keiner last spring
as president for the 1981-82 term
of office.
Mrs. Waldman, during the
current 1982 UJA campaign.
Continued on Page 4
Israel's 34th Birthday, Begin Renews Vow for Greater Peace
nost everywhere in the world, except for the mili-
| Arab nations, the return of the Sinai by Israel to
pt was hailed as a hope for comprehensive Middle
[peace.
th Yamit's settlement bulldozed back to scorching
i of the desert, with thousands of settlers to be re-
in the Negev, with hundreds of squatters evacu-
Prime Minister Menachem Begin said: "It will
pppen again."
I Israel celebrated its 34th birthday, he said he
urge i In' Knesset to adopt a resolution prohibit
fure pivi'rnments from agreeing to peace treaties
juire the removal of Jewish settlements from the
. territories.
want to give the settlers throughout the coun-
|k%'in said, confidence that what happened in
pnit salient was a one-time thing, unique in our
His Israel Independence Day message, he said:
times our enemies launched war against us in
kloody attempt to destroy our independence. Five
I we renelled t he aggressors and won the day .
f unflinching resolve to pursue the cause of peace
with security was consummated in the signing of the
Treaty of Peace with Egypt ... We made great and
painful sacrifices for the sake of that peace, as demon-
strated during these very days Now we look td the
future, hopeful and confident that the peace with Egypt
will deepen and prosper and that the problems still out-
standing will be overcome."
Begin's message, noting the Syrian and PLO occupa-
tion of Lebanon and the Saudis and Soviets supplying
weaponry there, continued: "It is in this turbulent con-
text that Israel, stable, strong and faithful ally of the
free and democratic family of nations, strives to pursue
its goals of peace while remaining ever vigilant in pro-
tecting its national rights and its vital security in Eretz
Israel."
Here at home, the Forr Lauderdale News editorially
wrote: "If the bellicose leaders of the Arab world, most
of whom excoriated Egypt for accepting peace with Is-
rael, take one lesson from the Sinai transfer, it should
be that it took place without a shot being fired For
now it is enough to know that a concession considered
unthinkable five years ago has been made, and that at
least one grain of hope glitters in an unforgiving
desert."
UN Blasts Israel Again
In still another resolution that may lead to
"exclusion or suspension" of Israel from the
United Nations, the UN General Assembly on
April 28 voted 86-20 approval of a resolution to
"confirm that Israel is not a peace-loving member
state." Earlier in April, U.S. Sen. Daniel P.
Moynihan pointed out that a similar resolution
was adopted on Feb. 5, 1982. He said it sets the
stage for the expulsion of Israel because the UIN
Charter is open only to "peace-loving states." He
called for drastic action by the United States "to
rnllv behind Israel", notinu that when the 1975
General Assembly declared "Zionism is racism,"
there were 55 votes in opposition. Last week only
20 nations voted against the resolution.
Israel's UN Ambassador Yehuda Blum reject-
ed the resolution as "obscene libel," calling the
action by the 86 nations contemptible, and ad-
ding: "To them, the moral perverts, the intellect-
ual dwarfs, the unprincipled cynics and the bigots
fanning the flames of religious hatred in this
building, I wish to convey the sentiments of con-
tempt."
C Sponsors Cult Awareness Weekend with Beth Orr and JCC
Lake the community aware
[missionary programs try-
woo Jewish youth into
| movements, the Corn-
Relations Committee of
rish Federation of Greater
auderdale is sponsoring a
^wareness Weekend, May
i cooperation with Temple
- of Coral Springs and the
Community Center of
Fort Lauderdale.
iWeekend program will be-
gin at Shabbat Services, Friday,
May 14, at Beth Orr, continue at
Havdalah services and special
program Saturday evening, also
at Beth Orr, and conclude
Sunday morning at 9:30 with
showing of a feature film at Coral
Springs s Movie Center 3.
Following the 8 p.m., Friday,
May 14, service at Beth Orr,
Annette Daum, author of
Missionary and Cult Movements,
who is associated with the Union
of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, will address the congre-
gation and guests on Christian
missionary programs with special
emphasis on groups such as
"Campus LifeYouth for
Christ." Mrs. Daum's book is a
text and syllabus for high school
youth.
At the 8 p.m., Saturday, May
15, Havdalah service and special
programming at Beth Orr, Mrs.
Daum will be joined by Dr.
Sandy Andron of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education in
leading the program with a brief
film presentation and open dis-
cussion. Dr. Andron has lectured
extensively on cults and will have
former cult members present to
discuss their experiences.
The Sunday morning film,
Ticket to Heaven, which has re-
ceived acclaim for its details on
cult recruitment and the depro-
omen's Division Elects Felice Sincoff to Dual Role
gramming process, was made
available to Federation's CRC by
United Artists. Sam Schacter
and the management of Movie
Center 3 at University Dr. and
Royal Palm Blvd. have donated
the use of the theatre at no
charge to CRC for the special
present ation. However, admiss-
ion for this special presentation
will be a donation of $1 for stu-
dents and $3 for adults.
CRC Director Larry Schuval at
the Federation 748-8200 can be
called for additional information
about Cult Awareness Weekend
May 14-16.
lelice Sincoff, who had served as chairman for
{Women's Division 1982 United Jewish Ap-
1 campaign, was elected to serve a dual role for
Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of
ster Fort Lauderdale for 1982-83.
It the annual meeting last month, Mrs. Sincoff
ceeded Gladys Daren as president, and suc-
ded Jean Shapiro as executive vice president
Ihe campaign.
Mrs. Daren, who had served as president of the
Vision for two years, during which commit-
nts by women, in their own right, to the United
ish Appeal of the Federation totalled more
M>*1 1 million, was presented with a Shofar
FaL810^8 ^ase en8r*ved with plaque honoring
lhc''Cat'on' devotion and unwavering support
the Federation's programs and services.
Also elected at the meeting held at Patricia
'*?i kS at Bahia Mar in Fort ljaaierdeie:were
- Hahn as community relations vice president;
fye Jolosky as education vice president: Ann
onarch as historian; Lee Dreiling, correspond-
* ""iTu*0,' Ro,ly VVeinbg. recording secre-
Keba Shotz, financial and by-laws secre-
Continued on Pace 2
Felice Sincoff [center] greeted by her predecessor Gladys Daren. Looking on:
Min Gruman [left] and Florae Straus.


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Women's Division Elects Felice Sincoff to Dual Rote
Gladys Daren displays the en-
graved base and Shofar present-
ed to her at the Women's Divi-
sion annual meeting. She's also
pictured with Women's Division
new president Felice Sincoff
(left), Jean Shapiro. Florrie
Straus and Reba ShoU. And
pictured in the Patricia Murphy's
garden before the meeting's start
with Felice Sincoff and Ethel
Waldman were Leslie S. Gottlieb
and Kenneth Bierman.
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Nominees for Election
At Federation's
Annual Meeting
The Nominating Committee of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale, on April 30,
1982, presented the following slate of officers and
directors for election at the Federation s annual
meeting. Tuesday. May 25. at 7 p.m.. at Temple
Emanu-El. 3245 W. Oakland Park Blvd.. Lauderdale
Lakes.
Officers for one year terms:
JEAN SHAPIRO
ETHEL WALDMAN
JOEL REINSTEIN
JACK NUDELMAN
BRIAN SHERR
JOHNSTRENG
IRVING LIBOWSKY
President
Executive Vice President-
General Campaign Chairman
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Treasurer
Secretary
Boardf Directors
WALIER BERNSTEIN
DR. ALVIN COLIN
GLADYS DAREN
EDMUND ENTIN
LEONARD FARBER
IRVING R. FRIEDMAN
MORRIS FURMAN
ALVEN GHERTNER
JOSEPH KAPLAN
WILLIAM KATZBERG
DAVID MILLER
SAMUEL K. MILLER
JOSEPH NOVICK
NORMAN OSTRAU
SAUL PADEK
HERBERT SADKIN
SOLSCHULMAN
SIDNEY SPEWAK
FLORENCE K. STRAUS
The Federation's Nominating Committee, in accord
with Section 5. Paragraph C of the by-laws, is
publishing the list of candidates in this issue of The
Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale. which is
being mailed to more than 17.000 family members of
the Federation. Paragraph C notes that the slate
should be made known "by appropriate publicity to
the Federation^ general membership" at least 15 days
prior to the annual meeting. Additional nominations
for any office or board of directors may be made by
filing of a petition containing the signatures of 25
members of the Federation prior to the annual
meeting. The Federation is located at 8360 W.
Oakland Park Blvd.. Fort lauderdale FL 33321.
Continued from Page 1
tary; Florence K. Straus, nominating committee
chairman.
Male representation at the luncheon included
Leslie S. Gottlieb, executive director of the Jew-
ish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale; Ken-
neth R. Bierman, Federation's UJA campaign
director, and Dr. Arthur Sincoff.
The latter, Felice's husband, saying he was
"excited for her," noted that during her 38 years
of voluntary service for Judaic and communal
activities, she had similar posts heading women's
division for federations in Westchester County
and New York City.
Dr. Sincoff added: "She has a lot to offer, a lot
of experience and love. And our two
daughters are oriented to the cause, having been
in Israel and lived on a Kibbutz." He said that
one daughter. Susan Yedid. is married to an Is-
raeli, and they live in San Diego where Susan is a
psychiatric social worker.
The other daughter, Jane is a registered nurse
in Boston.
The membership of the meeting also elected
the following to the Board of Directors: Connie
Abraham, Lillian Alpert. Rita Bernstein, Sybil
Brody, Pola Brodzki, Rose Brower, Gail Capp,
Mickey Cohen, Florence Cohen, Hilda Edelman,
Roslyn Entin, Harriet Falk, Freda Goldstein, Min
Gruman, Carolyn Gutman, Lillian Hirsch,
Miriam Kalett, Fran Katz, Clara Kissell, Miriam
Klaimitz.
Irene Kronick, Mimi Lazar, Sylvia Leber, Ron-
nie Leder, Esther Lerner, Claire Mitchel, Jose-
phine Newman, Charlotte Padek, Ida Popkin,
Pearl Reinstein, Miriam Ring, Trudy Rose,
Carolyn Russell, Susan Segaul, Jean Shapiro,
Claire Socransky, Fran Smith, Shirley Wainer,
Ethel Waldman, Eva Wittcoff.
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to enhancing Jewish education,
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counselors.you'd have an even
deeper appreciation of the
reasons for Riverside
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At Riverside, we have
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They carry on a tradition
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The Largest Jewish Staff
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Carl Grossberg, President
Andrew Fier, Vice President,
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Charles Salomon, Vice
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In Florida:
Alfred Golden, Executive Vice
President.
Leo Hack, V.P., Religious
Advisor.
Sam Rosenthal
Keith Kronish.F.D.
Harvey Pincus, F.D.
Arthur Zweigenthal
Isaac Nahmias
Samuel Golland
Jules Fischbein
Elaine Gardner
Lena Rothfeld
Sonia Gale
Bernard Eilen
Charlie Blumkin
Ida Rosenberg
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Women's League for Israel
*oin chair'
joftheBona-
ure chapter
Women's
goe for Israel,
U be honored at
, installation-
^ifflonial dir.
' ^turday. May 8, at the
Venture Country Club
5 Under, Florida Council
SLi wiU be the installing
ffS Charlotte Goldstein
m* chapter chainnan.suc-
r Kay who is a member of
the national board of governors
of WLI.
The evening's chairmen, Addie
Morse, has planned the program.
Bert Sheldon's orchestra will
play.
Woodlands
Officers will be installed at 1
p.m., Friday, May 7, of the
Woodlands chapter of WLI, at
the home of Mimi Kay. Freda
Rosen is chapter chairman. Edna
Schwartz, program chairman,
said Joan Githn will speak about
'Sex After Sixty."
Hadassah Regions Sponsor Mini-Ulpans
, regions of Hadassah
inters in cooperation with the
Bus! Agency for Jewish Edu-
0n of South Florida, are spon-
rim avcrash course in conver-
Hebrew through a un-
ite "how-tos" of the course
designed to enable Hadassah
mbers "to make their Hadaa-
m convention visit in Israel
pre meaningful; to get along in
el as a tourist, and to ask and
wer the most important qUee-
OS."
The mini-Ulpan will consist of
jur two-hour sessions a total
i eight hours with qualified,
*rtined Ulpan instructors
wided by CAJE. The fee will
be $18 with checks made payable
to CAJE.
The Florida Midcoast Region
of Hadassah will sponsor the
mini-Ulpan on Thursdays from
10 a.m. to noon, June 3, 10, 17,
and 24, in the 2nd floor board
room of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, 8360
W. Oakland Park Blvd., just
west of University Drive in Sun-
rise.
The Miami Region and the
Florida Central Region have
joined in the sponsorship with
classes to be held in June at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and in the last two weeks of
June and first two weeks of Jury
in North Palm Beach.
Yiddish Culture Club
Holds Memorial
Service
Joining in the many observ-
ances of the "Days of Remem-
brance" last month for the 39th
anniversary of the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising and the millions
of victims of the Nazi Holocaust
was the Yiddish Culture Club of
Sunrise Lakes Phase 1.
Club Director Joseph Goldhar
said that it is imperative that
special legislation be introduced
to prevent or forbid the denial
and whitewashing of the fact that
six million Jews were slaught-
ered. He prepared the program
which included poems read by
Ralph Frucht, ghetto song by
Cantor Eddie Altner who also
chanted the El Molt Rachamin;
Faye Mintzer, and Carl Levant.
The Choral Group also sang.
Dr. Leon Fellman led the Kad-
dish, for the souls of the dead.
B N AI B'RITH WOMEN
Hope Chapter
Rosalind Jackson, publicity
vice president, announced that
Syd Silverstein will give a
memory program at Thursday
noon, May 27, meeting of the
Hope Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women and Deicke Auditorium,
5701 Cypress Rd., Plantation.
Newspaper NamesFrances Nusbaum
Its Letter Writer of the Month
Technion Talk by Israeli General
Set for May 15 at Bahia Mar Hotel
General Uri Talmor
Dr. Irving Greenberg, presi-
dent of the Greater Fort Lauder-
dale chapter of the American
Technion Society announced that
Gen. Uri Talmor of the Israel Air
Force will speak at 8 p.m.. Satur-
day, May 15, in the Marine Clip-
per Room of the Bahia Mar Ho-
tel, AIA, Fort Lauderdale.
Gen. Talmor. deputy to the
commander of the Israeli Air
Force, a graduate of Technion,
the Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy, will discuss the crucial role
Technion plays in helping the
State of Israel maintain itself
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both economically and militarily.
Technion is the only university
in Israel devoted exclusively to
technological education, research
and development. The Institute
has trained more than 70 per cent
of Israelis scientists and
engineers and has influenced
most important technological
developments in the country.
Dr. Greenberg said there will
be no solicitation at the informa-
tion meeting. He said an en-
trance fee of $4 will be charged
and reservations are required.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB
West Broward Democratic
Club is having a picnic at noon,
Sunday, May 16, at the FPL
Park grounds in Port Everglades.
Vice President Herbert M. Sil-
verman said the fee for the food,
door prizes and entertainment is
$3.50 for adults, $1 for children.
The Club is having 17 Circuit
Court and County Court judges
as guests at its membership
meeting 7:30 p.m., Wednesday,
Mav 26, at Whiting Hall, 6767
NW 24th St., Sunrise.
Frances Nusbaum of Deer-
field's Century Village, a found-
ing member of the Israel Task
Force there and a long-active
member of the Community Rela-
tions Committee of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, waa named "Letter
Writer of the Month" for March
by the Sun-Stntintl, Fort
Lauderdale s morning news-
paper.
In Century Village with her
husband, Dr. Marc Nusbaum,
since his retirement seven years
ago from his dental practice in
Newark, N.J., Frances has been a
prolific letter writer and an ac-
tivist in her devotion to Israel
where one of her two daughters
and three grandchildren live.
The Nusbaums' daughter is a
Certified Israel guide, two grand-
daughters are in the Israel Army,
and the 15-year-old grandson is
leader of a rock combo.
The letter, selected by the
newspaper for its monthly award,
was published March 29. It is
still appropriate in May:
Once upon a time, the term
Yankee trader referred to Ameri-
cans who were shrewd bar-
gainers. They made sure that
they got good value for their
hard-earned dollars. They ex-
pected and got a quid pro quo for
favors rendered. But today, our
government humbly pleads with
hostile governments to accept
our most sophisticated weapons
and gets nothing in return!
The latest illustration of this is
Caspar Weinberger's unfortunate
visit to the Middle East. In Saudi
Arabia, he was rebuffed and
humiliated. He had gone there
ostensibly to complete negotia-
tions over letters of agreement
(still secret to U.S. citizens) de-
tailing the conditions under
which the $8.5 billion sale of
AWACS and F-15 enhancements
would move forward. The Saudis
rejected any concessions and at-
tempts to improve relations with
the U.S.
Undeterred by the in-
transigence and hostility of the
Saudis, our intrepid secretary
flew off to visit another monarch,
Hussein of Jordan. Hussein had
just been to Moscow where he
had purchased weapons in defi-
ance of American interest in com-
batting Soviet influence in the re-
gion. But Mr. Weinberger
pleaded with the wily little desert
king to accept at least a matching
set of mobile aircraft missiles and
sophisticated planes from us. We
asked nothing in return, not even
involvement in the peace process.
And as a bonus, Mr. Weinberger
suggested we might even throw
in a redirection of our policy away
from Israel and to the Arabs.
It is time for America to get off
its knees, resume its dignity and
stop being a sucker.
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evening, until the seven weeks are complete
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significance in Jewish life, symbolizing not only
the days of the Creation, hot the lower levels of
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The first momenta of the anguish are past. We
stul see the tears, hear the sobs of the men and
women of Israel's Defense Forces as they lowered the
flag on Sharm el-Sheikh. As they forced out. against
the outcries of their agonizing souls, the last settlers
of Yamit. As they watched floods of shouting Egyp-
tians move in and prepare to raise their own flag for
the first time in 15 vears over the divided city of
Rafah
The trauma was aD in the cause of
peace What are the odds now that Egypt will want
peace? The force that drove Moslem extremists to
assassinate Anwar Sadat are not quelled by the dawn
execution the other week of the five assassins they
sent to do the job.
Win President Hosni Mubarak be able to
contain them? Wfll his own best intentions in the
cause of continuing the pursuit of peace with Israel
remain on course at the same time that he seeks
rapprochement with the other Arab nations?
The questions come more quickly than the
answers, mainly because we are not overly op-
timistic. What does stir at least some sense of hope is
the clear implication by President Reagan
that the withdrawal from Sinai was not a one-way
street. I srael has lived up to its part of the bargain.
good or bad. forged at Camp David.
Now Egypt must live up to its part. One way
wfll be for Mubarak to pursue the process of nor-
malization with Israel far more enthusiastically than
he has up until now to engage in the process on
more than a windowdressing basis.
In any case, there wfll be more questions raised
in the weeks and months ahead. Nor are the answers
likely to come any more quickly than they do now.
The best we can do is to hope. And pray.____________
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freedom that is granted wkh the gmng of the
Torah at Ml Sinai The dmne u illation
heroine.the most eiastrd moment of
tor> that awesome event when afl fntnre
tions of Jews enter into the
enant with the Almighty.
The seven week period between the hoidsy of
Paasoitr and the festival of Shavoot. which
marks the giving of the Torah. one of keight-
solemnity and joy of every single day li aiding to
the commemoration of the Smastk theopnany
The Babucal command: "Amd from the day on
which you bring the theafof irate offering the
day after the Sabbath IPassover/ you shall
count seven > complete) meehs is the source
After Passover, the counting period ia one of
semi-mourning during which weddings are not
held, and the more pious Jews do not cut their
hair But one day of the period, the 33rd day. Lag
Ba-Omer (May 11 this yeari. is a special day of
celebration marked by outings, bonfires, and in
Israel, special ceremonies at the small town of
Meron. burial place of the famed scholar of Mit-
home times. Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai
Lag Ba-Omer is intimately connected with the
revolt of Jews against the Romans in the year 135
CE (Common Era) under the leadership of the
great scholar. Rabbi Akiva. and the wamor Bar
Kochbe. Jewish political life was crushed, but the
spiritual faith and the study of Torah have sus-
tained them throughout the ages. Lag Ba-Omer is
known as the "Scholars' Holiday" and in recent
years has been associated in many communit ies
with the observance of Yom Hamoreh. when
schools and synagogues honor the teachers of
their communit v.
Nominees Sleeted for Federation Board;
Annual Meeting May 25
at Temple Emanu-El
recorded tne
bar of contributors and the high-
est amount ever in the 14-year-
bsstary of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdsle A
Fort Lauderdaie resident for
more than five years, she has
continued her devoted support of
Judaic interests which.brought
high honors to her in New York
and Connecticut- She was general
chairman ot the Women's Divi-
sion 1961 UJ A campaign and was
named a member of the National
Campaign Policy Committee of
the United Jewish Appeal
Other nominated for office in
the Federation for 1962-83 are
Joel Remstein. Brain Sherr and
Jack Nudelman as vice presi-
dents: John Streng to continue
as treasurer. and Irving
Ubowsky to become secretary.
Nominated to serve on Board
ot Lhrectors are Walter Bern-
stein. Dr. Alvin Colin. Gladys
Daren. Edmund Entin. Leonard
Farber. Irving R. Friedman,
Morris Furman. Alven Ghertoer.
Also Joseph Kaplan. William
Katzberg. David Mfller. Samuel
K. Miller. Joseph Novick,
Norman Ostrau. Saul Padek,
Herbert Sadkin. Sol Schulmm,
Sidney Spewak. Florence K.
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Page 5
Palestine Realities
Shortly before Israel's return
,k last of the Sinai to Egvpt,
&%l Street Journal, &*
led about the reelities of the
Son in the Middle Best
Camp David is a legacy of the
1 Anwar Sadat, who had the
Murage to recognize both the
Sf and the self-destructh*-
2J?f the Arab world's Jihad to
the State of Israel.
IsJels withdrawal is a sign of
.fljngness despite fierce
domestic oppossition to give
valuable territory to once-bitter
^e8 who now Pledge peace
and recognition of Israels right
Z exist. But mutual suspicions
-ill linger. It is too early to say
whether Camp David will lead to
nuine peace between Israel and
EirvPt. or just an armed truce, or
whether Egypt will rejoin the
Arab jihad once it has regained
the Sinai, with its od and its
symbolic importance.
The outlook for a peaceful set-
tlement elsewhere in the Middle
East is bleaker. Syrian missies
remain in Lebanon, despite a
U.S. promise last year to have
them removed. Israel threatens
to invade the PLO bases in south
Lebanon unless the PLO ceases
its military buildup and its ter-
rorist attacks. Most unsettling of
all, there is no longer much hope
that the Camp David autonomy
provisions will encourage the de-
velopment of a moderate Pale-
stinian leadership to whom Israel
would be willing to entrust self-
rule on the West Bank and in
Gaza.
Partly because of intimidation
by the PLO, partly because of
growing anti-Israel nationalism
among Palestinian Arabs freely
elected mavors on the West Bank
have refused to cooperate with
Israeli civilian authorities as they
cooperated with military admin-
istrators. The Israeli dismissal of
these mayors has been the
catalyst for riots; in turn, the
shooting of stonethrowing chil-
dren by panicky Israeli soldiers
has enflamed Palestinian
emotions. It's a vicious circle,
made nastier by a subsequently
arrested Israeli soldier's bloody
rampage through Jerusalem's
most sacred mosque.
Meanwhile, the world's fingers
are pointing at Israel with their
usual unfairness: The slaughter
of thousands of Moslem funda-
mentalists in Syria goes virtually
unnoticed, while each death in
Gaza makes front-page news; the
calls for Palestinian self-deterina-
tion are seldom balanced by pro-
testa of the Arab world's viola-
tion of Lebanese national sove-
reignty.
Indeed, if we step back a mo-
ment, it is clear that the Arab
world has fanned the flames of
Palestinian nationalism without
any real intention of setting up a
Palestinian state.From 1949 to
1967, when the West Bank was
controlled by Jordan, there were
few Arab calls for a Palestinian
state there. Most Arab states
regard the PLO with intense
suspicion; and in fact both
Jordan in 1970 and Syria in 1976
tried to destroy its military com-
mand. But the Palestinian cause
is the only issue that comes close
to unviting the discordant Arab
world. Iraq and Syria, Libya and
Saudi Arabia, Algeria and
Morocco may be bitter enemies,
but they can join in rejecting any
compromise with Israel or in os-
tracizing Egypt for Camp David.
There can be no Palestinian
state, however, without compro-
mise.
Israel will never countenance a
hostile Palestinian state on its
borders. And so long as the PLO
remains plegged to Israel's
destruction, Israel cannot afford
to give genuine autonomy to
West Ban and Gaza populations
who sympathize with the PLO.
Palestinian self-rule will come
only when Palestinian leadership
makes peaceable overtures com-
parable to those made by Sadat,
and when Israel is convinced that
that leadership will stay in pow-
er. The tragedy of Palestine is
that its nationalism is so pro-
foundly anti-Israeli, and that
those few leaders who urge ac-
commodation are assassinated.
There are only two ways that
tranquility could be restored to
Israel's occupied territories. One
is by draconian military rule, of
the sort that is dificult of a liberal
democracy such as Israel to sus-
tain. The second is by the
emergence of Palestinian leaders
who would be willing to stand up
for peace with Israel. The second
would be clearly preferable for
both Israelis and Palestinians,
but it is being thwarted by those
who fan the flames of uncompro-
mising Palestinian nationalism.
AIPAC Seeking 'Voices' to
be Heard In Washington
Readers' Write
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridum:
After reading Leo Mindlin's
article in the April 23 Floridian, I
can agree with everything he
says about the media and its al-
most deliberate slanting of the
news, at least as far as Israel is
concerned. However to assume
| that we Jews in this country are
being frightened into impotence
is not quite accurate. It is true
that a great many of us tend to
become complacent in our
golden age and must be shaken
up by articles such as Mr. Mind-
lin's. But, we are not impotent
and we are raising our voices to
high heaven in protest against
the anti-Israel and anti-Semitic
propaganda which the media
foists upon us.
There is, however, one fact that
many of our Jewish Americans
are perhaps not aware of. There
are about 55 English-Jewish
newspapers in the U.S., and all of
them have some of the finest
writers and world affairs analysts
in the world. I subscribe to about
five of these papers plus one from
Israel. It is from them that I
earn of the various unfair and
sometimes downright anti-
Semitic news items printed by
the media, and this includes in-
formation spread by broadcast
media.
The proof that we are not quite
impotent to what the media is
doing hes in our reaction to this
propaganda. Many of our organi-
zations have organized massive
demonstrations against these
I injustices. To name a few:
Demonstrations for Soviet
Jewry; The tremendous
protest against the AW ACS
"1; The continuing protests
nst Mr. Weinbergers at-
"mpt to sell the moat advanced
""Miles to Jordan, which has ap-
parently stopped this deal in its
tracks; the constant attempts by
""Jewish propagandists whose
"are brought to our attention
5"-J? toe world's attention by
" B nai B'rith Anti-Defamation
^gue; V.P. Bush's emotional
""l of the Administration's
Blon> favorable actions toward
the Arab countries at the expense
of Israel.
Yes, we are aware and are
fighting back. We are not impo-
tent and as Menachem Begin said
not too long ago, the Jew today
no longer turns the other cheek.
He fights back. An attack on a
Jew anywhere is an attack on a
Jew everywhere. What we must
do is be constantly on guard.
ABE EPSTEIN
Tamarac Bermuda Club
B'nai B'rith
ADL Chairman
Padek Honored
The New York Times calls
AIPAC "the most powerful, best
run and effective foreign policy
interest group in Washington."
AIPAC is American Israel
Public Affairs Committee. Head-
quartered in Washington, D.C., it
is the American organization
which, for over a quarter-century,
has worked on Capitol Hill to
strengthen United States-Israel
relations and to fight for Israel's
security and well being.
AIPAC's Executive Commit-
tee is comprised of 100 distin-
guished citizens, one-third of
whom are Presidents of the major
American Jewish organizations,
and the other two-thirds of whom
are important non-elected poli-
tical leaders from across the
United States.
In 1982 AIPAC will be
working to strengthen the friend-
ship between Israel and the
United States, to guide and
protect next year's financial aid
request for Israel of $2.5 billion
and to guard against further
dangerous arms sales to unstable
Arab regimes.
AIPAC is an American or-
ganization registered as a
domestic lobby. It is supported
solely by private donations (non
taxdeductible) from individuals.
It receives no monetary assis-
tance whatsoever from Israel nor
any foreign group.
Because of AIPAC's long and
distinguished record of present-
ing its positions accurately, it is
not surprising that Senatora and
Representatives look to AIPAC
for reliable monitoring of
Middle East events as they affect
both American and Israeli
security.
In the coming months
Congress and the Aclministration
will be making many critical
decisions that affect American
and Israel and American-Israel
friendship.
In anticipation of potential
crises, AIPAC is conducting a
membership campaign. Member-
ship dues of $36 a year includes a
one-year subscription to the Near
East Report, the authoritative
Washington weekly that reports
on Middle East events, Arab
propaganda, Washington policy-
making. Every member's contri-
bution becomes a "Voice to be
heard in Washington."
Membership contributions in
any amount are welcomed by
AIPAC. The American Israel
Public Affairs Committee is at
444 N. Capitol St., N.W.,
Washington, DC 20001.
Saul Padek has been selected
^be the Sn-B Bu^esa
Community liaison with Federal
RaerveDu*rirtofCh*sgo.
Plek. active in Plf^'"
Bonaventure community and a
^chairman of the Bonventure
1982 United Jewish Appeal
iLpaign of the Jewh
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, was ^""^JJ
1976 as Wisconsin s Small
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A major effort is under way to
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and secure reinvestment of the
laumeds in celebration of Israel's
34th Independence Day.
Israel Bonds Launches Reinvestment Drive
most continue to reaffirm ^
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people of Israel and at the same
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chairman of the North Broward
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"Baying a bond waa an act of
faith in Israel's capacity to
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"Israel facee new challenge* h.
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Since the evacuation of the Sinsi
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Mr. T threatened to kill his
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Mr. T has refused to accept
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meanwhile Mrs. T has continued
counseling, to deal with the pos-
sible breakup of her marriage and
her ambivalent feelings regarding
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The Jewish Pkfridiah of Greater Fort Lauc
Page V
irowsln' th
roward
(th max levine
I North Broward's celebration of
34th Independence Day
bntion was postponed to last
ay May 2 because the heavy
during the April 24-25
end flooded the Jewish
junity Center's campus...
| Ranstf in, active in so many
: and communal interests it
require this entire column
list, and Marty Lipaack,
nediate past president of Fort
derdale's Temple Beth Israel,
| be attending on Monday and
day (May 10-11) 23rd annual
Conference of the
Israel Public Affairs
aittee (AIPAC-see story
rhere in this issue) celebrat-
Israel's 34th anniversary of
\ establishment of the State of
The Conference is in
hington, D.C.
. Phil Cohen, District Five
B'rith Regional Director,
ently serving lodges in the
Florida Council, retires
) after 11 years of service...
and AI Zobel of Planta-
i will be accepting congratula-
tion Their daughter
kbir will be married June 12 to
bur Wolf Philip Hochstein,
Lder of New York's The Jew-
\Week and editor and publish-
|mci' its founding in 1965, has
ned his posts. His successor
avid C. Gross, who's been
date editor since 1974...
Charles H. Brodzld and
vey L. Brodzki were elected
erve on board of directors of
oil's Furniture and Bedding
|in Fort Lauderdale.
ild Rerkwits has been
I sales manager for Planta-
| Racquet Club condo, west of
Island Rd., off Broward
H...4040 Gait Ocean Partners
1, headed by Dan J. Epstein
[Allan R. Bachiug, bought the
old apartment units in the
Manor project at 4040
Ocean Mile...Elaine and
i Heller of Plantation headed
(Chicago last week to attend
_; of their first grandchild:
Aleeia Heller, daughter of
son Gary, who oper-
| Harleys Shoe store in the
dy City, and his wife, Sanaa.
ently seated as the newest
inty court judge was Arthur
[Birken of Plantation, who was
attorney for Tamarac for
r years. Judge Birken and his
ft Sharon, have two children,
m* and Shawn, who attend
PPle Beth Shalom Day School
in Hollywood Speakin* of
judges, natk>naUy-knownJwl
Harry Rothblatt, will be the
speaker at Sunday morning, May
16, meeting of Blue Star Bnai
B rith lodge at Tamarac Jewish
Center ... Two of Ramat
Shalom s teenagers, Brent Gold-
man and Steven Chudnow at-
tended the recent Reconstruc-
tiomst Youth Kallah in New York
City Minerva B. Kaplan of
Uuderhill and George Korland
of Sunrise are among the nine
people named to Broward's
Senior Hail of Fame. They'll be
inducted at a County Commis-
sion meeting May 18.
Claire F. Mitchel
One of the 10 women honored
April 24 as "Outstanding Women
of the Year" was Claire F.
Mitchel, a member of the board of
director* of the Women's Divi-
sion of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. She is
coordinator of Women's Con-
cerns for Broward County. She
helped get a county ordinance
passed creating Commission on
Status of Women, and helped or-
ganize Women in Distress unit,
Sexual Assault Treatment Cen-
ter, and Florida Feminist Credit
Union...And on another front,
among Broward's appointees to
South Florida Sports Authority
are Mark Sadldn and Michael
Shift.
Charlotte Roaenzweig, accom-
panied bv Clara Davidowtti, will
sing at the Mother's Day brunch
at 10 a.m., Sunday, May 9, spon-
sored by Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Am at the Margate Tern-
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berg reports that Ramat Shalom,
the only Reconstructionist Syna-
gogue in the area, will have for-
mal dedication Sunday after-
noon. May 23, at their newly-
constructed synagogue at W.
Broward Blvd. and Flamingo Rd.
in Plantation Acres...Rabbi
Sheldon J. Harr and Children's
Choir of his Plantation Temple
Kol Ami take part in the
Mother's Day program at 8 a.m.,
Sunday. May 9. during TV Chan-
nel 10's presentation of The Jaw-
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S-iJ b??i?,un n 1947 far
Wudacre*. N.C. The institute*
have become so popular that at-
tendee* frequently reserve pieces
year in advance. And the num-
ber of institute* has grown from
one in 1947 to 24 this year. Of the
21 to be held between now and
the end of the year, six will be
held for the firat time. Among
them: Titusville. Fla.; and PerT-
tnan Camp, Starlight, Pa.
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May 10-13, will be conducted by
Rabbi Samuel Silver and Elaine
Silver. Their themes will be Ex-
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and U section* of North
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vania Poconos, Dr. Stephen N.
Berk, adjunct professor of State
University of New York at Al-
bany, and Dr. Egon Mayer, as-
sociate professor of sociology at
Brooklyn College, will lead the
Institute July 8-11 on "The
American Jewish Experience."
Dr. Mayer was one of the peak-
era fa the North Broward Mid-
rasha lecture series. He spoke
March 1 at Temple Sholom fa
Pompano Beach, under auspice*
of the Midrasha of the Jewish
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Hood Drive and Tay-Sachs Screening
Taking Place May 23
at Temple Beth Orr
In conjunction with the South
londa Blood Service collection
blood Sunday afternoon. May
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rings, the Temple's Social
rareness Committee is spon-
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:ess during the same hours,
to 5 o'clock.
I The blood donations and
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pyal Palm Blvd. and Riverside
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Inetic disease of the nervous
[stem caused by an enzyme
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Igeneration of the nervous
[stem in affected infants, affect-
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cent 100 times more common-
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gene.
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Dr. Mitchell Goldstein of Boca
Raton. There will be a nominal
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The dual blood drive make* it
possible for persons who donate
blood to be tested for the Tay-
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for persons who wish to donate
only blood and for others who
wish to be tested only for Tay-
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Among the Temple Beth Orr'*
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formation about the blood drive
and the Tay-Sachs screening are
Sunnie Lader, Esther Laing,
Janet Oppenheimer and Sharon
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B'not Mitzvah Ceremony for Nine Women May 7 Pioneer Women Cite Jane
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Nine women will celebrate
completion of their study to be-
come a Bet Mitzvah at the 8
p-m., Friday, May 7 service at
Temple Beth Torah, Tamarac
Jewish Center. 9101 NW 57th
St.. Tamarac
They are Esther Abrahams.
Sylvia Brown. Sylvia Cooper-
man. Pauline Dobin. Rose Feu-
stein, Anna Fox, Ina Miller
Sandy Sandberg. Augusta Zim-
BETH TORAH
Adam Giady. son of Karen and
Martin Gindy, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at the 8:45 a.m.. Satur-
day. May 8 service at Temple
Beth Torah.
Next Friday evening, Amy
Zebrick, daughter of Dale and
Robert Zebrick, will become a
Bat Mitzvah, and the following
morning at the Temple, David
Geiler, son of Barbara Geller. and
Mark Mibot. son of Rhonda and
Arnold Milrot. become B'nai
Mitzvah.
Last Saturday, Richard Ver
at, son of Susan and Daniel
Vermut. became a Bar Mitzvah.
EMANU-EL
__. son of Elaine and
Steven Fine, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at the 11 a.m.. Satur-
day, May 8 service of Temple
Emanu-El. Lauderdale Lakes. At
the evening Havdalah service,
David Halpera, son of Laurie and
Gerald HaJpern, will become s
Bar Mitzvah.
Next Saturday morning.
Steven Horowitz, son of Sheila
and Stanley Horowitz, will
become a Bar Mitzvah.
RAMAT SHALOM
Greg Leaky, son of Joy Lasky
of Plantation, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at the 10 a.m.. Satur-
day, May 16, service at Ramat
Shalom, Plantation.
KOLAMI
B'not Mitzvah of Brian Matz
and Ivy Sbmeaa will be celebrated
at the 10:30 a.m.. Saturday. May
8 service at Temple Kol Ami,
Plantation. Brian is the son of
Susan and William Matz. Ivy is
the daughter of Susan Symons.
Next Friday night at 8:15 at
the Temple. Dada PassrsM,
daughter of Lorraine PasaraO.
will become a Bat Mitzvah.
The following morning, the
B'not Mitzvah of Ralph Katz and
Lisa Okva will be celebrated.
Ralph is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Moises Katz. Lisa is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Philip Okun.
SHA'ARAY TZEDEK
Judd Glkkman. son of Susan
and Michael Glkkman. will
become a Bar Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning. May 8 service
at Temple Sha'aray Tzedek. Sun-
rise Jewish Center. At the Hav-
dalah service that evening. Barry
Fay. son of Stanley Fay, will be-
come a Bar Mitzvah.
BETH ISRAEL
Jackie Berkowitz, daughter of
Pamela and Fred Berkowitz of
Sunrise, will become a Bat Mitz-
vah at the Friday evening. May
14 service at Temple Beth Israel.
Sunrise.
The following morning, the
Congregation will celebrate the
B'nai Mitzvah of Dowglas Weil
and Gary Reeaick. Douglas is the
son of Sondra and Steven Weil of
Lauderbill. Gary is the son of
Diana and Stanley Remick of
Plantation.
BETH AM
Mrs. Dorothy Colin is another
adult who has completed Torah
studies and wil become a Bat
Mitzvah at the Friday evening,
May 7 service at Temple Beth
Am in Margate.
BETH ISRAEL
Torah School will have
graduation service at the
Saturday morning. May 8
service. At Temple Beth Is-
rael. 7100 W. Oakland Park
Blvd., 48 graduates of the
Middle School Depart
ment of Temple's Abraham
Haber Torah School will partici-
pate in the special graduation
service. Rabbi Phillip A. Labo-
witz will offer a special blessing
to the graduates who will present
a class gift. Others participating
in the service include Dennis
GershowHz. leproaenting the
Parents Assn.; Elaine Conn rep-
resenting the School Board and
the Haber Family; Stanley L
Cohen, director of education, and'
Temple's President Al Lang.
DEERFIELD
BETH ISRAEL
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Israel in Deerfield Beach is com-
bining a Glatt Kosher luncheon
with a cruise on Wednesday, May
26. The luncheon will be served at
the Temple at 11:16 a.m.. then
the group will be taken to Hidden
Harbor in Pompano for the three-
hour cruise on the boat reserved
entirely for the Sisterhood. Yetta
Rothberg is handling the reser-
vations for the 615 fee.
The Sisterhood is also planning
for its members a 16-day vacation
in the Catakills from Aug. 13
through Aug. 29. The all-
inclusive fee is 6850 double oc-
cupancy.
Fonda For Services
Paul Frank Becomes President at
, Kol Ami Elections May 13
Paul Frank has been
nominated to succeed Philip W.
Fagelson as president of Temple
Kol Ami, Plantation, at the con-
gregational meeting to be held
Thursday evening. May 13 at the
Temple at 8200 Peters Rd.
Others nominated are five vice
presidents: Harry A. Teasler.
administration; Paula Carr, edu-
cation; Larry Thaler, ways and
means; Harvey Rosenbloom.
ritual; Joel Lefkowitz, member-
ship; also William Matz, treasur-
er; Sam Fallenbaum and Lynda
Fmkelstein, secretaries.
Nominated for new two-year
terms to the directorate: Ben
Cohen. Sid Dorfman, Sanford
Fenster, David Gorsen, Allan
Gross, Fred Kaufman, Gail
Kramer, Bernard Perkins, Linda
Smith. Shelley Yedvarb.
Nominated for one-year term,
Adolph Greenbaum.
Others continuing on the
Board are Steven Feller, Stanley
Gittelman, David Horowitz,
Gary SelkowiU, Edward Cohen.
Gary Heimowitz, Marsha Reifs.
Barry Paul. Iris Weinger
Cantor Neu Plans 21-Day
'Israel-London Tour
Cantor Maurice Neu of Temple
Beth Israel, Sunrise, and his wife,
Estelle. will lead a tour of Israel
and London from Miami begin-
ning July 6 for 21 days.
The tour will include first class
hotels with twin bed rooms with
private bath, breakfast and din-
ner in Israel, and continental
breakfast in London, plus lunch
at Bloom's kosher restaurant,
and a theatre in the evening.
Men on the tour who would like
to have a Bar Mitzvah on
Masada in Israel can have Cantor
Neu prepare them for the cere-
mony.
Cantor Neu said the tour is
limited to 30 people. For further
information and brochures, he
can be reached at the Temple,
7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd..
742-4040.
Ramat Shalom
In New 'Shul'
The congregation of
Ramat Shalom, in antici
nation of formal dedica-
tion of their newly
completed Reconstruc-
tioniet synagogue Sunday
afternoon, May 23, at
1301 W. Broward Blvd..
Plantation Acres, held its
first Shabbat service there
last Friday ev

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Friday. May 7-7:37
Friday. May 14 7:41
Friday, May 21-7:44
Tharaday. May 27 7:47
First Eve of Shavuot. Prayers
for Yom Tov *ad Shehecheyohnu.
Frklsy, May 28-7:48
Second Eve of Shavuot
Shabbat prayer: v'shel Yom Tov.
XJtf ^ 1J pry?} j*i
Ba ruch A-Uih Ado-nve. Elo-haynu Melech Ha-olam
Asher kid shanu B mitz vo-tav. V tzee-va-nu
L had kfk Nayr she! Shabbat.
Blessed art Thou. () Lord our God. King of the Universe
W h has sum lifted us with Thy commandments
And commanded us to kindle the Sabbath lights.
LOS ANGELES-In recogm-
tion of her community services
and her worldwide efforts on be-
half of Israel and Soviet Jewry,
actress Jane Fonda has received
the 1982 Deborah" award of the
Los Angeles Council of Pioneer
Women-Naamat.
The award, established in 1970
is named for the ancient biblical
judge and heroine of the Jewish
people. It was presented to
Fonda, a two-time Oscar winner,
by Israeli Consul General
Benjamin Navon as the highlight
of the annual luncheon of the
council, which consists of 19 local
Pioneer Women-Naamat clubs.
More than 500 persons atended
the event, held at the Beverly
Hilton Hotel.
Council
Bahnan,
Prawdent, R^
and luncheon char
Reaa Parrell, announcl
would be used to provide scholar.
shjpe for women and children un.
der the auspices of Ns'amat the
organization's sister bodv
Israel. y
in
The Los Angelas Council is one
o"t 500 dubs and councils of
Pioneer Women-Na'amat, the
Women's Labor Zionist Organi-
zation of America, whose 50,000
members help support education-
al, vocaional, child care, legal aid
and social action services and
programs through a network of
almost 1,000 Na'amat install-
ations in Israel.
-------Synagogue Directory
Orthodox
Temple Ohel B'nai Raphael (733-7684), 4351 W. Oakland Park
Blvd.. Lauderdale Lakes 33313. Services: Daily 8 am., and
sundown; Saturday: 8:45 am.
Synagogue of Iaverrary Chabad (748-1777). 7770 NW 44th St..
Sunrise 33321. Services: Daily 7 and 8am.; Friday 7:45pm.;
Saturday 9 a.m.. 7 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m. Study groups: Women,
Wednesdays at 8 p.m.; Men. Sundays following service. Rabbi
Aaron Lieberman.
Young Israel Synagogue of Deerfield Beach (421-1367), 1640
Hillsboro Blvd.. Deerfield Beach 33441. Services: Daily 8.:J5
a.m. and sundown; Friday: 5:30 p.m.; Saturday: 8:45 a.m. and
sundown. Presidium: Jacob Held, Morris Septimus, Charles
Wachspress. Cantor Sol Chasm.
Young Israel Synagogue of Hollywood Fort Lauderdale (966
7877). 3291 Stirling Rd.. Fort Lauderdale 33312. Services: Daily
7:30 a.m. and sundown. Saturday: 9 a.m. Rabbi Edward Davis.
Conservative i
Congregation Beth Hillel of Margate (974-3090). 7640 Margate
Blvd.. Margate 33063. Services: Daily 8:15 a.m.. 5:30 p.m ;
Friday 8 p.m.; Saturday: 8:46 a.m. Rabbi Jasash Berglas.
Hebrew Congregation of Lauderhill (733 9560). 2048 NW 49th
Ave Lauderhill 33313. Services: Daily 8 a.m. and sundown;
Saturday 8:45 a.m. Presidest: Maxwell Gilbert.
Hebrew Congregation of North Lnuderdak* (for information:
721-7162). Services: Friday i 7 p.m ,: Saturday 8:45 a.m.,
at Western School. Room 3. 8200 SW 17 St.. No. Lauderdale.
Preside at: Murray Headier. -----
Temple Sha'aray Tzedek (741 0295). 8049 W. Oakland Park
Blvd.. Sunrise 33321. Services: Daily 8 a.m.; Friday 8 p.m .
Saturday 9 a.m. Rabbi Albert N. Troy, Cantor Jack Msrrhaat.
Temple Beth Am (974-8650). 7206 Royal Palm Blvd., Margate
33063. Services: Daily 8:30 a.m.. 5:30 p.m.; Friday 8 pm.,
Saturday 9 a.m.. Sunday 8 a.m. Rabbi Dr. Solomon Geld,
Cantor Mario Botoshansky.
Temple Beth Israel (742-4040). 7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd..
Sunrise 33313. Services: Daily 8 a.m.. 6 p.m.; Friday. 5:30
minyan: also at 8 p.m.; Saturday 8:45 a.m. and at sunset;
Sunday 9 a.m. Rabbi Phillip A. Labowitz, Cantor Maurice Neu.
Temple Beth Israel of Deerfield Beach (421-7060), 200 S
Century Blvd.. Deerfield Beach Services: Daily and Sunday:
8:30 a.m.. 5 p.m.. Friday late service 8 p.m.. Saturday 8:45 a.m.,
and at candle-lighting time. Rabbi Leon Mirsky, Cantor Shabtai
Ackermaa.
Temple Sholom (942-6410). 132 SE 11th Ave.. Pompano Beach
33060. Services: Daily 8:45 a.m.: Fridays 8 p.m.. Saturdays 9
am. Sundays 9 am Rabbi Samuel April, Cantor Jacob J.
Renzer.
Temple Beth Torah 1721-7660). 9101 NW 57th St.. Tamarac
33321. Services: Daily 8:30 a.m.. 6 p.m.; Fridays Family ser-
vice. 8 p.m.: Saturdays and Sundays. 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman, Cantor Henry Belasco.
Congregation B'nai Israel of Coral Springs (for information:
753-6319). For Ramblewood East residents only. Services: Daily
8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.: Saturdays 9 a.m. President: Herb
Davis.
Reform
Temple Emanu-El (731-2310). 3245 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Uuderdale Lakes 33311. Services: Fridays 8:15 p.m. (Once a
month family service 7:45 o.m.1. Saturday services onlv on holi-
days or celebration of Bar-Bat Mitzvah. Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon.
Cantor Jerome Klemeat.
Temple Kol Ami (4721988). 8000 Peters Rd., Plantation 33324.
2!rS*B:..P5y8 8:18 pm : Storday 10:30 am. Rabbi
Sheldoa Harr. Cantor Gene Corbera.
JSSf^e"^ <753-3232- 2151 Riverside Dr.. Coral Spring.
JJ065 Services: Minyan Sundays, 8:15 a.m.. Tuesdays and
Thursdays 7:30 a.m.; Fridays 8 p.m. Saturdays 10:30 a.m.
nabbi Donald R. Gerber.
W~* BroWBrd Jewish Coaareaation (for information: 741-0121
or P.O. Box 17440. Plantation 33318). 7420 NW 5th 9t., Planta-
tion Services: Fridays 8:15 pm.; Saturdays only for Bar-Bat
Mitzvah President: Don Workmen.
Reconstructionist
Ramat Shalom (583-7770), 7473 NW 4th St.. Plantation 33324
Services: Fridays 8:15 p.m. Saturdays only for Bar-Bat Mit-
rvah. 10a.m.. Rabbi Robert A. Jacobs/
Liberal
POi^Hr9!Ltf C^mmi &wk <** formation: 971-9729 or
IwJ^L ^Margate 33083). Services at Carver/
*" Church. Coconut Creak BrrdT^ a month F*
>* '%*? %aHPP <*>r infonnstion: 752-3771 or PA *
8125. CoralSprings 33066). Services: Fridays 8 pm. at the Be*
jfjCjjdSprmgs Auditorium. 330 Umverssy Dr.. Coral Sprinp.


JFS Holding Annual Meeting May 19 at JCC
.! Amato, M.D..andSol
|LT Ph U. will be the key
"^oeaVers for a leadership
iTon Ag.ng beginning }
m Tuesday. May 11. at
toward campus of Honda
tnlic Uraversay. 1515 W.
n,ercial Blvd.
Seminar will challenge
.rations of all faiths to be-
better informed about the
ri9 of their older members, and
help meet those needs with
ingful community service
^grains.
Both keynoters will review the
ivsical, emotional, social and
/ritual changes of aging.
Dr Amato has been recopized
, pioneer in geriatrics by the
rida Council on Aging. Dr.
ctor of Mid-Life Services
Ration, completed 17 years
Rabbi of Beth David Congre-
ion in Miami. He is president
the Mental Health Assn. of
Dr. Louis L. Amato
Dade County and the Governor-
appointed HRS District XI Ad-
visory Council chairman.
A panel of four older persons
tort Lauderdale Jewish Community
Gains Recognition at
JWB Biennial Convention
Jewish Community of
er Fort Lauderdale is being
sized at the Biennial '82
tvention of JWB May 12-16 at
! Marriott Hotel in Chicago.
Key leaders of Jewish or-
ations that have a major
ct on North American and
rid Jewish life will be among
plenary speakers. Irving
rnstein, executive vice chair-
kn of the National United Jew-
Appeal, will speak at an Ad-
ced Leadership Forum for
rah Community Center presi-
des and executives and JWB
members at the Friday af-
noon. May 14, session.
At the luncheon that day, one
|four Jewish Community Cen-
recervmg program awards
II be JCC of Greater Fort
piderdale. JWB is presenting
awards for imaginative pro-
kms "that have had a dramatic
(pact on the community."
:iank Ilyman. chairman of
|C's Association for the Deaf.
1 be there to receive the award.
'of Greater Minneapolis, New
City's 92nd St. YM-
YWHA, and JCC of Wyoming
Valley, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., will be
the others receiving awards.
At JWB's Leadership Insti-
tute, two JCC's and Jewish
Federation active members will
be among 120 men and women
who will be given national recog-
nition. They are Michael Wein-
berg, president of the JCC and a
member of the Federation's
Board of Directors, and Rovi
Faber, founding director of the
Federation-sponsored W EC A RE
volunteer program now based at
the JCC campus.
The theme of the Leadership
Institute is Dor v'Dor, Hebrew
for From Generation to Genera-
tion." Five major issues in Center
practice and operation will be ex-
amined: Jewish purposes and
programming; role of the lay
leader; role of the professional;
financing the JCC; membership.
One of the speakers at the In-
stitute will be Dr. Alferd Got-
schalk, president of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, who is JWB Biennial
Schola r- in- Residence.
Interfaith Aging Seminar May 11
|Jewish Family Service of
oward County will hold its
i annual meeting at 7:30 p.m.
lnesday. May 19, at Soref
Wl on the campus of the Jewish
immunity Center, 6601 West
(inriae Blvd., Sunrise.
The Annual Meeting Commit-
i. under the chairmanship of
pen Fayne, stated that at this
ting an annual report to the
ununity will be presented by
Md President Brian J. Sherr.
and members of the
I of Directors will be elected.
Esther Lowenthal Commun-
v.ce Award will be present-
juest speaker at the meeting
1 be Sharon Solomon, adminis-
Hve assistant to the Sheriff of
oward County and adjunct
^lessor in the Nova University
"an Services Graduate Pro-
*>ne will speak on services,
.lack of services, for children
"Ward County. This meeting
Kn to the general public
[ewiah Family Service of Bro-
" Uunty provides counseling
ndmduals, groups, families,
fe parents, adolescents, and a
"*y of offerings for senior cit-
niiv 17 ,?Fncy iso offer
nuy Life Education programs
Immunityj organizations, as
" "TMedlc*re Information
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assistance and advocacy
,rly c't>ns who have been
Medicare coverage.
68 *[ maintained at 1909
on Street, Hollywood, 3500
J*! Road 7\ Fort Lau-
" wd 1800 W. Hillsboro
Blvd., Deerfield Beach.
The agency is a financial
recipient of United Way of Bro-
ward County, Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale, and
Jewish Federation of South Bro-
ward -
Dr. Sol Landau
will share their experiences as
members of today's society and
their views about spiritual pil-
grimages from 10:15-11:30 a.m.
Luncheon will be served from
11:30-12:30 by members of
Church Women United.
A survey of community serv-
ices for older people which con-
gregations can support or initiate
will follow at 12:30, moderated
by H. Candy Rechtschaffer,
Executive Director Area Agency
on Aging.
Participants will include:
Sister Ann McDermott, Catholic
Service Bureau; Elsie Delder-
field, Retired Senior Volunteer
Program; Evelyn Denner, We
Care. Jewish Family Service, and
Barbara Good, Widowed Persons
Service, Mental Health Associa-
tion.
"The Third Age: The New
Generation," a film produced by
the National Benevolent Asso-
ciation, will be the basis of dis-
cussion at 2 p.m. led by Rev.
Donald F. Bautz, Florida Con-
sultant for the Interreligious
Liaison Office of the National Re-
tired Teachers Association and
American Association of Retired
Persons.
The closing session from 3 to
3:30 p.m. will deal with the op-
portunity for individuals and
groups to register their intention
to respond to specific community
services or fulfill tasks within
their congregation.
The Seminar is sponsored by
the Interfaith Council of the
Community Relations Commit-
tee, Jewish Federation of Greater
Ft. Lauderdale; the Broward
County Clergy Council; Church
Women United; and National
Conference of Christians and
Jews Clergy Dialogue Group;
and Specialized Urban Minis-
tries.
BONDS AND TAXES; Joel Reinstein (right), chairman of the North
Broward State of Israel Bonds drive, discusses the latest develop-
ments in the United States tax laws with Jerome Kurtz, immediate
past commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service. The conversation
took place at the recent "Politics of Taxation" seminar sponsored by
Bonds for attorneys and accountants.
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