The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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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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WJemst? FloridIan
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Volume 12 Number 10
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, March 11,1983
I.MShoch*
Price 3f Cents
Soviet-manned SAMSs in Syria worry U.S.
The Middle East crisis has been aggravated by the
build-up of long-range Soviet anti-aircraft missiles in
Syria.
In Washington, U.S. officials expressed serious
concern about the build-up, confirming reports from Tel
Aviv that Syria installed the new SAM-5s, manned by
Soviet crews.
Secretary of State George Shultz told a Senate com-
mittee last week that those long range missiles in Syria
present a "sobering and destabilizing event in the
Middle East," and the United States has expressed
lhat view to the Soviets.
Ddense Secretary Caspar Weinberger said, during
their interview last week, "In many ways Syria has
become simply another outpost of the soviet empire."
The Israelis, it was reported by some sources, noted
that the SAM-5s cannot target low-flying Israeli jets on
combat missions over Lebanon. With that threat
reduced, Israel, it is rumored, decided that a pre-
emptive strike was not worth the political cost.
Israel, in its discussions with Lebanon and the U.S.
concerning troop withdrawals, is insistent that some of
its forces remain in southern Lebanon, despite a new
effort by U.S. envoy Philip Habib to break a two-month
standoff in the talks.
There has been some talks and some hope that
partial withdrawal of Israel forces would begin soon so
that some of the troops could be home for Passover.
During a meeting with Israel Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir. Habib presented a Lebanese proposal
on troop withdrawal but Israel insists that its soldiers
must' man early warning stations to protect Israel's
northern border.
Beirut sources indicated that Habib suggested a
compromise under which monitoring stations would be
manned by U.S. Marines and troops of the Israeli-allied
militia of Lebanese Maj. Saad Haddad
More givers, more dollars needed now more than ever
It began a week ago Monday Feb. 28, Purim
and it will continue to the end of Passover 1983: the
eighth day, April 5.
It is the National Mobilization "March for Israel."
The Campaign Cabinet of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, headed by Ethel Waldman,
general chairman of the Federation's 1983 United Jewish
Appeal campaign, as part of its stepped up giving, re-
ported more than $100,000 added last week by the grow-
ing list of contributors.
"But more is needed and more Jews throughout
North Broward must be heard from," the Cabinet an-
nounced, "for Greater Fort Lauderdale s Jewry to meet
its commitment in support of Israel."
Its a Purim to Passover
mobilization to celebrate Jewish
freedom with a gift of life for Is-
rael's people. Every Jew in North
Broward can make the difference
in the lives of Jews in Israel. The
handicapped, the infirm, the
elderly, the young, they all count
on support provided by UJA
funds raised in North Broward.
A goodly number of regular
contributors to the annual cam-
paign have increased their com-
mitment to the regular campaign
and this year they have even
made an additional contribution
to the Special Israel. Emergency
Fund, a one-time' effort to help
Workshops offer options for life in Israel
A unique overview of life
opportunities in Israel will be
presented at South Florida's first
Aliyah Conference with work-
shops of interest and concern to
persons of all ages during an all-
day session Sunday, March 20, at
Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th St..
Miami.
The workshops will- answer
questions about college study,
seminars and year programs,
family life, job retraining and
career direction, professions,
returning Israelis, business and
investments, retirement and new
lifestyles, be it Kibbutz, Moshav,
development town or city living
in Israel.
Coral Springs UJA drive
starts this Sunday
Guest speaker will be Ben-
jamin Netanyahu, deputy chief of
the Israel Mission in the Israel
Embassy in Washington.
Netanyahu is the brother of
Yonatan Netanyahu, who was
killed while leaning the ground
forces in the 1976 Fourth of July
rescue mission in Entebbe.
Benjamin is the former executive
director of the Jerusalem Con-
ference on International Terror-
ism.
All persons throughout South
Florida who might be considerin,
a future in Israel are invi
Linda Minkes. chairwoman of the
sponsoring South Florida Coun-
cil's Aliyah Conference, said the
conference's objective is "to
provide information about the
tremendous opportunities for
personal growth in Israel." She
said babysitting service will be
provided at the Conference.
Registration costs for the
Conference, including kosher
lunch, are $6 per adult and 12.50
per student or child. More in-
formation is available at the
Israel Aliyah Center in Miami,
573-2556.
Jews in need at this time of
financial crisis in Israel.
By supporting the Special
Fund, in addition to the regular
UJA Campaign commitment,
these people are aiding a full
range of humanitarian services
that might otherwise face severe
cutbacks or terminations.
Hundreds of pledge cards re-
main to be collected. Don't, the
Campaign Cabinet urges, let
yours get stuck in a drawer or in
your pocket. Mail it today to the
Jewish Federation, 8360 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd., or call 748-8200
and announce your pledge. Or at-
lowing where residents are
joining in the National Mobiliza-
tion March during this month of
March'
CORAL SPRINGS
COMMUNITY
On Sunday, March 13 at 4 p.m.
at the Woodmont Country Club
in Tamarac, Coral Springs UJA
Committee will initiate its drive
for the United Jewish Appeal
1983 Campaign with a cocktail
party. Speaking at the event will
be Jerome Gleekel, whose deep
interest in international politics
has qualified him to speak on for-
eign affairs. He is closely asso-
ciated with the Israeli Consulate
in Miami and is a frequent
speaker on Israeli issues and po-
litical developments.
ISLES OF TAMARAC
A highly regarded slide
presentation, "Israel Today,"
will be shown on Sunday, March
13 at 7:30 p.m. in the clubhouse
of the Isles of Tamarac as part of
the entertainment for the initial
event of the community's UJA
drive.
The UJA committee, which in-
cludes George Halpern. Mflt
Siegel, Sam Schwartz and Lou
Solomon, anticipates a large re-
sponse.
SOUTH POINT
Guest speaker, Delia
Rosenberg of Florida Regional
Campaign Cabinet will address
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Joey Rosenthal, almost 10 years old;
grandson of Ft Lauderdale couple
Wor* Stetnga
The Jewish comsnunity of
t-or&l Springs has beep invited tb
attend cocktail party this
Friday, March 13, at the Wood-
mont Country Club in Tamarac,
sponsored by the Federation-
I'mted Jewish Appeal committee
o Coral Spring..
Mark Steingard, Coral Springs
UJA chairman and the recipient
|*o years .go of the Young
leadership Award presented by
" Jewish Federation of Greater
'w.t Lauderdale. has promised
excit.ng p|n for this year's
!!?*$", bsginnmg with the
WrtySundayT^
i',, Gleekel. confide* Of
ll*b Consul General Joel
trnon in the Miami Israeli Con-
'sulate.'wHl be the featured speak-
er. He will share his insight about
the current situation In the Mid-
dle. .East with those in at-
tendance.
, Assisting Steingard in seeking
solid support from Coral Springs
during the National Mobilisation
March for Israel is the committee
that includes Linda and Richard
Dubin, Sandy and Robert
Feigenbaum, Bonnie and Rabbi
Donald R. Gerber of Temple Beth
Orr who is s member d Federa-
tion's 1983 Campaign Cabinet;
Dottie and Davis Gross, Judy
and Ed Kaplan, Sharon and Art
Langer. Janet and PaterOppen
heimer. Carol Steingfrd. dalle
and Philip Weinstein.
The youngest artist ever
to be featured in an art ex-
hibition in New York's Lever
House on Park Ave. and
53rd St.. is Joey Rosenthal,
who will be 10 years old in
April.
He is the grandson of
Frances and Jack Pascal of
Fort Lauderdale.
Joey Rosenthal's painting
of a "Chassidic Rabbi" was
hung alongside the works of
such noted artists aa Marc
Chagall, Chaim Gross, Leo-
nard Baskin and about 100
others fat the first ever ex-
hibition of Jewish-themed
work by Jewish artists in the
Lever House.
The exhibition there,
which opened with a recep-
tion Feb. 23 at Lever House
which has presented some
Joey Romntkal
400 exhibitions in its 30-yeer
history, has made Joey
Rosenthal somewhat of a
celebrity. He was featured on
Page One of the Feb. 18 issue
of New York's Jiwish Wk
and in the two-page center-
fold, along with the oldest
artist in the exhibition. 106-
yeer-old Harry Lieberman of
Great Neck, who baa been
vacationing in Miami.
Joey, who is from Wood-
bury, L.I., told the Jewish
Week reporter he has been
painting end drawing since
he was old enough to handle
a crayon. He comes from an
observant home, attends He-
brew school at the Plainview
Jewish Center, and wee in-
spired by s picture of a
Hassidic rabbi to do the por-
trait shown in the exhibition.
One of the New York dailies
featured Joey's painting on
its Arts and Entertainment
page, calling attention to the
exhibition sponsored by the
National Council on Art in
Jewish Life.


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Hada Lesbo. UJA i urn mm for
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for the 7:30 pm. Satarday.
March 19. UJA event
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YOM EEHILLAH
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md anther. Garda
I be the gnest speaker at
oaFnday. March 2S. at the Pahn
Aire Hotel Ciaanan Room be-
Al women who bass made, or
who fl moke, a pledge of at
854 to the 1983 UJA I
i wal be welcorae
Irene Kroaack
Myra Bifaen ar
good taraoat of
forth* i
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL of Sunrise was the
setting for the B~uot mBtxvak of the seven women
who completed a /bar year coarse of stmty in the
admit education program. Sanaa standing:
LsTunm bovine. Rose Freeman- Stanley Cohen,
educational director; Rabbi Phillip A. Labowitei
Cantor Maurice Neu; Root Oboe, Dorttttl
Koshouer; seated are Sylvia Bastaw, Ethel Kokn \
and Annette Levitt. They took part in the Monk I
4 worship service.
and Gus Scantier wal be
far thes-cootmnmg efforts on be-
half of Jodanm. Israel and the
Jewish people A naaanmn 8100
contribution has ban set by the
oanmatee beaded by Err Wish-
nick. cranrraan and MaiweU A.
Adler. co-chawman
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Lt Dan Tadmore of the Israeli
Army wal be the
Murray and Lana
for then dedication to
ransea at the Congrega-
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held 10 aja, Sunday. March 20
Ha
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Because of the Pnseover holidays. March 29 and 30. the Grot two
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PLANTATION COMMUNITY
The Plantation
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Sennul for then- many yarns of
active participation and deeotma
to Jewish commanal hne. The
tionto 1983 UJA Canannga San-
day branch wffl be held at the
Hotal and Spa
POLYNESIAN GARDENS
HONOREES- Ssdney Karhon.
farmer Federaturn-Unaad Jesrish
Appeal committee raafiaiaa at
Potymtimn Gardens m Plant*-
aba, aad his wife, Beatrice, were
presented with an award of merit
for thetrdedication and commit-
ment to Jndmtsm and the State of
Israel The presentation took
place an that stormy Sunday.
Feb. 27. with 50 people braving
the fin Hfli- to honor the
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March 11.1983
Century Village planning
35th Israel birthday party
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 3
Castle Gardens aims for $40,000 goal
arv Village East residents
Wield Beach have com-
loians for the celebration of
ith Israel Independence
I, Sunday, April 17, begin-
[ith a parade by Deerfield
l00l's Marching Band at
B-i and continuing with
activities in Cenville's
Lse theatre.
J Marching Band, directed
Irry Spyker, and the Deer-
*wish War Veterans Post's
Guard, will march into the
r Village community to
e proceedings.
[clubhouse theatre festivi-
Ul include a talk by Rabbi
^ B. Schwartz, director of
Ihaplaincy Commission of
wish Federation of Greater
Lauderdale. Others
lied to be on the dais in-
Deerfield s Beth Israel
Joseph Langner, and
Shabtai Ackerman; also
i's Mayor Jean Robb,
Deerfield Commissioner Sylvia
Poitier. 9
Irving R. Friedman will be
master of ceremonies for the
continuous entertainment that
will include Ada Serman's
Yiddish Culture Group, Freda
Lasner's Israeli dancers' the
Choraleers, the Barbershoppers,
the Mandolin Band, and Hy
Stoller's Musicrnakers.
The entertainment will be
followed by the showing of the
full-length feature film made in
Israel: Hill 24 Doesn't Answer,
the story of four young people
assigned to defend the strategic
hill outside Jerusalem during the
1948 War for Independence.
Al Fishman is heading up the
Century Village Israel Task
Force which is coordinating the
day's activities with the aid of
Cenville's Barbara Anders and
Scott Silverman. The Task Force
consists of representatives of 24
Century Village organizations.
rait Seder seminar scheduled
iTuesday, March 22 at 3
Abraham Gittelson, Jewish
it ion's educational director
Irector of North Broward
Agency For Jewish
lion, will offer a Seder
' at the Federation's Gait
Ocean Mile office, 3356 NE 34th
St., Fort Lauderdale (near Al A).
Gittelson will discuss Passover
in a historical perspective and
will include concepts, ideas and
contemporary relevance. There
will be no charge.
Honoring Sunny Friedman (second from left)
as last year's United Jewish Appeal committee at
Castle Gardens in Lauderhill when $30,000 was
the total pledged for support of Israel, residents
of Castle, packing their clubhouse despite streets
flooded by the Feb. 27 downpour, pledged more
than that total and aimed to raise $40,000 before
the campaign ends.
Mrs. Friedman is pictured with (from left) Max
Kronish, also a past chairman of Castle's UJ A
drives, and current campaign chairman Sol Cohen
and his wife, Trudy.
Sol Cohen made an impassioned plea for
support, noting that "three million of my broth-
ers perished in the Holocaust. I make my pledge
to the utmost. I can't do less in their memory."
Also inspiring the audience to increase com-
mitments was Alfred Golden, president of the
Central Agency for Jewish Education, speaking
for the second consecutive year to the Castle
Gardens community in recognition of their
continuing support for the State of Israel and for
the work being done locally by and through the
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Women's Division executives plan for future
Seder to be televised
Seven students of the Jewish
Federation-sponsored Judaica
High School of North Broward
will take part in a Passover Seder
service to be videotaped next
Tuesday, March 15, at the
Selkirk Communications in Fort
Lauderdale.
Abraham J. Gittelson, Federa-
tion's educational director and
associate director of Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
and Sharon Horowitz, ad-
ministrator of the Judaica High
School classes held at the Jewish
Community Center and also at
Temple Beth Orr in Coral
Springs, will also take part in the
program.
The show will, be aired the
following week on Selkirk's Cable
25 which covers much of North
Broward County east of 1-95.
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The Jewish Fbndmn ofGrrmier Fort L*ud*rdalt
FridT Mitti
ARMDI district meeting held
Friday. March 11.1983
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Some Debunking Needed
The bare fact is that the thing needs de-
bunking. And Israel has done the best it
could to do just that since the Presi-
dent's arrogant commentary before the
American Legion.
Among other things. Israel has since
labeled the President s guarantee" as
"irrelevant." And officials from the
Prime Minister on down have gone out of
their way to make it clear that Israel's
security will always be Israel's own busi-
ness No one needs to be called upon to
guarantee that.
Except in the halls of the Reagan Ad-
ministration. Israel has amply demon-
strated its military savvy and proweaa
since the day of its birth back in 1948.
Were Israel's security to depend upon
Reagan. Weinberger and Shultz-Riyadh
and Amman, not to mention Damascus,
might easily be in Tel Aviv tomorrow.
ZOA Month in Florida
We applaud Gov. Bob Graham who
had the whole State of Florida celebrat-
ing Zionist Organization of America
Month throughout all of February.
The Governor issued a proclamation in
recognition of the efforts of the ZOA in
promoting a positive image of the Jewish
community in Florida and its solidarity
with the State of Israel.
But Gov. Graham's proclamation was
intended for all Floridians. not just for
the Jewish community, rhe proclama-
tion recognizes that "many Floridians.
both Christians and Jews, have joyously
visited the land and the people of Israel
and that they have relatives and friends
who have returned to Zion to help in its
rebirth .
In issuing this proclamation, the
Governor has encouraged all Floridians.
regardless of religious affiliation, to look
with favor on the efforts of the Zionist
Organization of America. And on Israel,
too. By any measure, these are worth-
while aims.
Israel Philharmonic
Goes On Tour in Japan
TEL AYIY-iJTA.- The Israel Philharmonic Orches-
tra has left for Japan to give nine concerts under the ba-
ton of its musical director, the rafted Indian muiroa"
Zubin Mehta He told reporters the IPO's first tour of
Japan in 23 years was both politically and musically im-
portant.
-THERE'S ^NOT much cultural exchange with
When'the whole orchestra goes its symbolically
it." he said, noting that individual Israeli aoloiati
play in Japan and are well received. Mehta noted that
"they're very enthusiastic, bat they only applaud at the
end of the whole concert, so at the iiamniwaai you think
they don't ike you. Then at the end. the roof
the southeast district
of Amman Red Magen David
far Israel lARMDIt held a
dinner-sen mar in Fort
Lsaderdaie With representatives
of aaore than two-thirds of
ARMDIs 24 South Florida
rhapti 11 present. Pearl StahJ
the leaders that Magen
David Adorn is about to begin
construction on the new MDA
national Israeli blood bank in the
Ramat Can suburb of Tel Aviv.
The meeting was chaired by
district director Bob Schwartz
and short speeches were present-
ed by the district leadership
Skiing from left to right:
David Coleman. distrkt
man: Pearl Stahl. utj
associate director: Howard I
man. district vice
Leonard Fajardo of PL
chairman development:
ing: Murray Kaye. district!
dent and Bob Schwartz,
director
Jewish leadership opposes limits
on public policy by non-profit groups
CLEVELAND A consensus
statement to "strongly oppose" a
recently proposed government
regulation ***"^p advocacy on
public policy issues by non-prof a
that receive federal
or contracts was adopted
by the 400 delegates assembled
at the recent Plenum of the Na-
tional Jewish Community Reia
.on* Advisorv Council
SJCRACi
The NJCRAC statement
charged that the proposed
regulation, recent I v announced
by the U.S. Office of Mana
gement and Budget, is "cast in
such overly broad terms" that it
would "have the effect of forcing
many non-profit organizations to
choose between either accepting
federal grants and contracts that
provide invaluable human ser-
vices, or engaging in any public
policy advocacy at aji even with
their own funds."
NJCRAC is the national joint
planning and coordinating |
for community relations |
of 111 local and 11
Jewish!
Knesset Tags Mar. 22
As Election Day
JERUSALEM (JTAl The Knesset Presidium
has decided that Israel's next President its sixth will
be elected by the Knesset on Mar. 22 and will be sworn
into office on May 5. He will succeed President Yitzhak
Savon who has announced that be will not seek reelection
when his term expires in April.
Several Knesset members of both opposition and
coalition factions are urging Navon to reconsider. A
spokesman for the President replied that his decision was
final.
A number of candidates have been mentioned to
succeed Navon. The front runner at the moment appears
to be Interior Minister Yosef Burg, a veteran leader of the
National Religious Party.
51 Senators Oppose
Arms to Jordan
"The proposed re
purports to ensure that
funds would not be used i
or indirectly for politicil|
vocacy." the NJCRAC sUU
said, "however, the
the proposal goes far beyonsj
stated goal the st
continued.
The Jewish group's sUU
cited, as an example, thati
the proposed rule no publicp
advocacy activity could |
conducted in an office
partially paid 'or with
funds. The proposed
would expand the current I
definition of political advi
and. at the same time,
tighter restrictions on
mingling of funds
Elaine Bloom, director of j
government affairs con
the Florida Association
Jewish Federations,
that the proposal's broad j
plication, in essence, eodlj
dude many of Federal
ported private, voluntary!
service agencies and
organizations from any iM
ment to the Constitutional I
to petkioa government
on *tw q*.jc and foreign
issues.
WASHINGTON A reaoru
two opposing the sale of ad
J.S. anas to Jordan was
Thursday bv
John Heinz iR Pa.i.
Edward Kennedy Gary Hort Boschwkz R. Minni It
aappnend by 47 otha
by a majority of the
t year but never voted
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the i i ill ilk j of prorating F-SG
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Chaplain David Lapp
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. March 11.1983 ______________The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Page 5
)AUNTED BY THE FEB. 27 DOWNPOUR,
dents of Paradise 3 and Palm Springs 2 in the
ater Margate area, turned out in goodly numbers at
[> respective community clubhouses to show their
parity for the State of Israel and the United Jewish
tat of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdaie. as well as honoring deserving neighbors for
their commitment to Judaism. Pictured left at
PARADISE 3 are UJA chairman Irving Tannenbaum
with honorees Julia and Louis Averbach. At PALM
GARDENS 2, Paul Levine (second from left).
Federation's campaign associate, presents the Award
of Merit to Fanny and Alex Krimshy. With them are
Hannah Ungar, Palm Springs 2 co-chairman, and Palm
Springs UJA committee chairman, Sol Dolleck.
Pledges and contributions at both functions exceeded
totals recorded during the 1982 campaign.
ates changed for NJCRAC's 1984 plenum here
though over 400
aies attended last month's
ium of the National Jewish
Imunity Relations Advisory
Vil INJCRAC) in Cleveland,
there because of storms
Northeast and on the
ornia coast.
ert D. Chernin, NJCRAC's
executive vice chairman, noted
the frustration of those forced to
cancel out, such as Ambassador
Moshe Arens (now Israel's
Defense Minister), because of the
snow storm in Washington.
For that reason, NJCRAC has
tentatively decided to hold the
1984 Plenum, which the Jewish
Federations of Greater Fort
Lauderdaie and South Broward
have agreed to host, from Sun-
day, Feb. 26, through Wednes-
day, Feb. 29, at the Hotel
Diplomat in Hollywood.
Delaying the Plenum by three
weeks, Chernin said, will not
eliminate the possibility of severe
weather conditions, but "it does
udaica High School continues to grow
lore than 175 students are
licipating in 25 different
tects in the Judaica High
ol of the Jewish Federation
ireater Fort Lauderdaie,
hsored by synagogues in
th Broward and the Federa-
l's Central Agency for Jewish
cation.
kcluded as part of the 3rd
ester, which began this
an- classes held at the
Ihern Branch, located at
Iple Beth Orr, 2151 Riverside
(Coral Springs, and in class-
located at the Jewish
Imunity Center, 6501 W.
frise Blvd., Plantation. The
include Literature of the
fcaust. Israel 48- Present,
kparative Judaism, Is God
>ning, and A Page From.
p-th Broward's Judaica High
I is part of the overall
Florida Judaica High
|>I program coordinated by
liarni-based Central Agency
mh Kducation. Serving to
innate the North Broward
|ram are Abraham J. Git-
fri. Federation's and CAJE's
Por of education for North
|ard, and Sharon S.
frwitz. serving as adminis-
r for the Judaica High.
PS provides a four-year
pculum. devised by the
atkmal directors of the syna-
Broward
gogues in consultation with
CAJE directors, leading to
graduation. Courses are also
credited toward confirmation in
the respective congregations
which the students attend.
The faculty has been selected
from those teachers in the com-
munity who are both knowledge-
able in Jewish studies and who
have special rapport with teen-
agers.
Students who complete the
four year program and who are
enrolled in special teacher
training courses are eligible for
the Sunday School teacher certif-
icate awarded by the Board of Li-
cense of CAJE. In addition,
North Broward students can par-
ticipate in the Akiva Leadership
Development program which
meets each week, and is designed
to provide the American Jewish
community with future leaders
who are knowledgeable about
their Jewish heritage and the
American Jewish communities.
Weekend retreats for students
to meet other teenagers from all
over South Florida are also part
of the school curriculum. These
weekends are geared toward
study, recreation, prayer and an
examination of Jewish identity.
A new addition this year is a
program which enables Judaica
High School students to meet
American Jewish and Iraeli
dignitaries and special guest
speakers.
Inquiries for registration and
participation in the Judaica
High School should be directed to
CAJE at the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdaie, 8360
West Oakland Park Blvd.. Fort
Lauderdaie 33321, telephone 748-
8200.
give us better odds, however
nlightly."
The change in dates, he said,
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finding a new date" because of
the crowded schedule of member
agency events and holidays on
the Jewish calendar throughout
the year.
NJCRAC is the national
coordinating body for community
relation policies of 111 local and
11 national Jewish agencies in-
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The Jewish Floridian of GreateFort Lauderdale
Page 7

From Purim to Passover, :
Jewish communities throughout /\r
^^^- are "nitinoN ^ ml^
.n one great month of giving
a meet urgent human needs in Israel,
in the U.S. and around the world.
Join in.
Give to life.
Make and Pay Your Pledge Today:
Jewish Federation of greater Pert Lauderdale
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celebrate St. Patrick s Day with
the vary inertia fJaaay Laada.
snaa. ujonhnator fo the Circle of
Yiddish Caaba .. Only New
York baa more Orthodox Java,
than South Florida, according to
Dr. Iarad Malar, vp of Yeabm
Unrveraity hi N.Y., who spoke at
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Omhbrooh Wattage community at a Federation-Untied Jewish Appeal
fund-raiser last month for the 1983 campaign to ami Israel and activi-
ties sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater- Part Lauderdalt
for the Jewish community of North Broward- Arthur Salzman,
chairman ofOahbrooh Village UJA committee, marie the presentation
of a plaque fo Mayor Miller to honor him for mark am behalf of Israel
and Judaism. The 250 persons present responded to the piss by Israeli
Army Lt Dan Tadmore for Israel's support by pledging over SI 5,000,
more than 25 percent increase over the 19621
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9
JEWISH
COMMUNITY
CENTER
Of GREATER
FORT LAUDERDALE, INC
Jolmteer of the month
Estelle Reiferson (pictured at
ht with Klli Levy) has been
Volunteer of the Month
February. Presently serving
fourth term as secretary of
| JCC Association of the Deaf,
has been involved in the
th of the JCCAD from its
tion.
finally from New York
Y where she was a member of
I Hebrew Association of the
Estelle, and her late hus-
Jerry, relocated to South
^ida 12 years ago. "I am so
py there is a place for the
sh Deaf at the JCC. I love
i minute that I am here and I
I speak for all the members.
JCCAD gives me the op-
anity to express myself both
!C schedule
events
t: Information about th* pro-
ns mentioned in th* articles
In may be obtained by calling
yewish Community Center at
yC Singles activities:
agie Parents Brunch and
ting committee. Sunday,
113.10:30 a.m.
al Viewpoint Elliot
on on tax problems.
sday. March 23,8 p.m.
Vegas NKe Saturday,
kh 26,7 p.m.
yC Young Singles activities:
ver. Leaf Danes Satur-
I March 12,9 p.m.
pC 39 and Over Singles:
Gras Costume Party
[Lance, live musk. Saturday,
19,8 p.m.
< Senior Adult activities:
ud Over Chtb Meets
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.,
cuasion Lou SOverman.
M) 15.
I Folk Dancing said Slag-
Birthday and anniversary
Rations, March 22.
Without Answers -
Uverman, leader. Thursday,
P>24, 10:15 a.m. for six see-
} Pre-register.
nd Israsli Dancing
Mondays, 7 p.m.,
days 2:30 p.m. Nat and
olfson, instructors.
Pacing Thursdays
[P m. Lil and Sol BronaerTin-
1 T Assistance Program
i wm Jo P-m.. Iran aaais-
P. Monday through Friday.
/diah C1UD March 14,
|pm..Bldg.C.
tor Adult Lounge Open
y 1p.m., Lore Marcus,
|^SaraTPOrUtk>n *
as a Jew and a deaf person. I wish
to thank the JCC board and staff
for the cooperation and under-
standing they have shown to us.
We are truly one family."
THE JCC MARCH ADULT AC-
TIVITIES
The JCC March adult activi-
ties:
Sunday, March 13, 1:30 p.m.,
Jewish film series: "Kazablan,"
starring Yoram Gaon. This sensi-
tive Israeli film should not be
missed. Refreshments served.
Fee: $1 members, $2 non-mem-
bers.
Saturday, March 19,7:30p.m.,
Mr. and Mrs. Club Volleyball and
BBQ, sports, food and fun. Call
Anna Jean for further informa-
tion. Fee: $8 per couple, mem-
bers, $12 per couple, non-mem-
bers.
Monday, March 21, 8 p.m.,
Family Life Series: "The
Changing Roles of Men and
Women."
Is the life you are leading dif-
ferent from your earlier expecta-
tions? Who is the breadwinner,
the caretaker, the nurturer?
Come and enjoy a sharing of
ideas and perspectives. Augusta
Zimmerman and Clifford Golden,
both of Jewish Family Service of
Broward County, lead the group
discussion. Refreshments served.
Fee: 82.
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Women's League
for Israel marks March
BONAVENTURE chapter will
I hold a Yiddish night on Saturday
evening. March 12. The special
I went will feature an original Yid-
dish comedy "Sha Sha Der Rebbe
iGait. written by Lillian Silitaky.
The S20 donation includes a
dinner Myrtle Gilson and Ftorrie
Briner are reservations chair-
persons.
I On Sunday, March 20 at 8 p.m.
Ruth and Milton Sperber will be
Ihosts in their home to the third
I seminar in the series on com-
Imunitv concerns. The speaker
I will be Jules Krakower, former
police captain, who will speak on
\"\s Homicide Ever Justified?"
I KSVI'Toots Sacks, 473-5331.
Donor chairman, Addie Morse,
I announced the end of the year
luncheon for Wednesday March
22, 11:30 a.m. at Gibby's res-
taurant in Fort lauderdale.
Luncheon, fun, and prizes will
surround the unique fashion
show. "Fashion Fantasy of Yes-
I terycar.*'
A Passover Seder will be held
at the Honaventure Country Club
Monday evening, March 28 at 6
p.m. Conducting the service will
be Milton Sperber and Jules
Krakower. Cantor Rachelle
Nelson will chant and lead the
traditional melodies. Donation is
$25 for adults and $12 for chil-
dren under 13. Call Jerry Cofs-
man at 473-1218 for reservations.
The Margate chapter will hold
its Donor luncheon, Wednesday
March 16, noon at the Woodmont
Country Club in Tamarac. Rabbi
and Mrs. Kurt Stone will provide
musical entertainment. Muriel
Lunden, Florida regional presi-
dent, and Ruth Sperber, regional
director, will be featured guests.
Freda Rosen, president of the
Woodlands chapter, announced a
program "Jewish Roots II" as
the theme of the Wednesday,
March 16. 1 p.m. meeting at the
home of Kitty Frank. There will
be a presentation of "Everything
You've Always Wanted to
Know" about Judaic traditions,
culture, presonalities and art.
The Hatikvah chapter will hear
a book review of "Raquela" by
Ruth Gruber, presented by Belle
Levin on Monday, March 21 at
noon at Broward Federal, Sunrise
and University in Sunrise.
Despite Andropov letter,
Sharansky in doubt
In a letter made public on
Uanuary 24, Soviet Communist
Ipaty leader Yuri Andropov
laimed that Anatoly
fftcharansky "had contact with
his mother and ceased his hunger
(rtrike" in Christopol prison.
The letter came in response to
i.in inquiry from French Com-
Imunist Party leader Georges
IMarchais Yet. according to
J.i Miljcrom. Shcharansky's
Imother. she has no basis on
Iwhkh Andropov's report could
verified. She, in fact, has been
|prevented from visiting with her
ton
? According to the French
newspaper, Le Monde, Marchais
was "not satisfied" with Andro-
pov's reply.
In the meantime, Shcharan-
sky's wife A vital, is continuing
hi-r worldwide appeals on behalf
of her imprisoned husband.
Prime Minister Pierre Elliott
Trudeau, who recently met with
Avital. promised her that he will
intervene with Andropov for the
release of her husband. Mrs.
Shcharansky was received with a
standing ovation by members of
the Canadian House of Com-
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Annul uinning documentary on the Holocaust,
"Ccno, idc." last month, bringing together
celebrities mid communal leaders at the Academy
id Million Picture Arts and Sciences. Among the
uursts. iiicturcd nith Rabbi Marvin Hier (second
from right 1. dean of the Wiesenthal Center, are
Jane I'oikIu and her husband. Tom Hayden (left)
mill Slurlrc Fonda (right!. Henry Fonda's widow.
Deeply moved by the dwumentary. Jane Fonda
culled the film "the most powerful I've ever
seen" "(ienocide" will have its South Florida
premiere at the Galleria Cinema in Fort
l.iiinlcrdiile on April 14. Simon Wiesenthal will be
in South Florida just prior to the showing here
which is coincidental to the time of the American
(lathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors, April
III I in Washington. D.C.
Cincinnati Club
to hold March
get-together
The Cincinnati Club of Florida,
a social, non-profit organization
formed by former Cincinnatians
now living in South Florida, will
hold its March meeting on
Sunday, March 20. at 6:30 p.m.,
at the Crystal Lakes Country
Club, Pompano. Members and
non-members are all welcome.
Cost is $15.50 for members, S16
for non-members. For further
information call Seymour Schatz
it 752-1714.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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lake voices heard for all denied freedom
WASHINGTON >*- ui Washington, declared "Free-
aspirant Sen Gary Hart (D^ dom is not divisible. So km* as
even one person is not free? no
one anywhere ia free."
Iroices
Hart acknowledged that the
presence of so many students in-
dicated a strong concern for So-
viet Jewry. He called on them to
expand their concern to other
human rights issues as well. "The
Senate
clared.
fcolo.1 urged Jewish college
Ludents lobbying on behalf of
oviet Jewry to "make your
heard" for all persons de-
freedom throughout the
kid-
Voicing his support for the
ally of more than 800 repre-
Lwitntives to the seventh annual c
Cnational Student Solidarity Sew* need8 y help." he de-
jay for Soviet Jewry on Capital c,area
- most of them B'nai B'rith
lillel Foundation activists The students, who came in
fart, who served as honorary record numbers from across
fchairman of this year's gathering America, also heard Sen. Lowell
B'nai B'riths of Margate
schedule musical showcase
Weicker (R., Conn.) and Rep
Stephen Solarz (D., N.Y.I, both
honorary co-chairmen; Katherine
Porter, wife of honorary co-chair-
man Rep. John Porter (R., 111.);
human rights and Soviet experts
from the State Department; and
officials of the National Security
Council and the Commission on
Security and Cooperation in
Europe (the Helsinki Commis-
sion).
The B'nai B'rith lodge and
I'nai B'rith Women's Chapter,
oth of Margate, will present a
loint musical venture, produced
Vid directed by David Berger.
she program will be presented at
|he Coral Springs High School,
'201 W. Sample Rd., on March
10, at 8 p.m., and will feature
s of stage, television and sup-
*--* -
liars
er clubs.
Leading the program will be
Emil Cohen, humorist and
aster of the Yiddish idiom; Gil-
lian Grey, popular Las Vegas
singer and international enter-
tainer, and Jackie Fields, master
of mixology who takes orders for
all sorts of drinks and prepares
them from containers of nothing
but water.
The proceeds of the show will
be used to further meet the needs
of B'nai B'rith BBYO. Hillel.
ADL and BBG. The 86 ticket
donations may be obtained by
calling David Berger at 974-8596
or Ann Spunberg at 974-7911.
BB youth holds
annual convention
jThe B'nai B'rith Youth
Irganization of Florida which re-
)mly held its annual convention
jcted the following regional of-
fcers: to the AZA, Joel Ronkin,
Ice president; Ken Bresky,
cretary, and Darrin Moshe,
jialiac.i All three are from Phn-
Ition. Fleeted to BBG were
Franken of Pompano
leach, secretary, and Brooke
Ziegler of Plantation, shalicha.
The convention was coor-
dinated by the regional presi-
dents: Barbara Grayson of Plan-
tation and Billy Blattner of
Hollywood.
Rena Genn, director of Miami's
Israel Programs Office was the
keynote speaker and consultant
for the program.
Coping With Bereavement
Group to begin Wed. March 16. 7:30 p.m. Sponsored by
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KraUnkk Museum appoints
new director
WASHINGTON B'nai
B'rith International has named
Linda Altahuler new director of
the B'nai B'rith Klutznick
Museum. She has been assistant
director and curator.
Dr. Daniel Thursz, B'nai B'rith
executive vice president, who an-
nounced the appointment, said,
"The skills, dedication and
imagination demonstrated by
Ms. Altshuler during her five
years on the museum staff make
us confident that she, like her
predecessor. will lead the
museum to ever greater accom-
plishments."
The museum, located in B'nai
B'rith's headquarters in Wash-
ington, is generally considered
one of the best museums of Ju
daica in the nation. Both its per-
manent and temporary exhibi-
tions have been highly praised by
museum authorities and the
press.
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formed of the extent of the corporatioaa' tobbying efforts on be-
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Synagogue Directory
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EAMAT SHALOM (472-36001. 11301 W. Broward Blvd.
Pmntation, 33325 SerrieaK Fridays 8:15 pm.. Saturdays onW
for Bar Bat Mitzvah. 10 am. Babhi "
Liberal
LIBERAL JEWISH TEMPLE OP COCONUT CREEK (fa,
adormatinr call Ralph Slabaaa. pi aside*, at 971-3868 or 973-
6528. P.O. Box 4384. Margate 33063.) Matting twice monthly at
Calvary Presbyterian Church. 3960 Co tuna* Creak Pkwy.
Orthodox
TEMPLE OHEL rTNAI RAPHAEL (733-7684). 4361 W
Oakland Park Blvd. ImiderdeJe Lakes 33313. Barvieas: Daily 8
am. and 5 p.m: Friday 5 p.m.; Satarday 8:46 am. and 5 p.m.
SYNAGOGUE OP INVTRRARY CHABAD (748-1777), 7770
NW 44th St.. Lincoln Park West, Sooner, 33321. Strvkea:
Dairy 8 am. and 6 p.m.; Friday. 7 pan.; Saturday 9 am. and
7:30 p.m. Study Groans: Women. Wednesdays at 8 pm.; Mm,
f2M367). 18
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YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE OP HOLLYWOOD-PORT
LAUDERDALE (966-7877). 3291 Stirling Rd. Port Landerdak
33312. Serrices: Dairy 7:30 am. and sundown Satarday- 9
am: Sundav 8 am. Rabbi Edward Deris-
YOUNG ISRAEL OP DEERFTELD BFJ
W Hilsboro Brvd.. Deerfield Beach, 33441
and sundown: Friday 6 pan.;
before sundown.
Conservative
CONGREGATION BETH HILLEL OP MABGATE (974-
30901. 7640 Margate Blvd.. Margate 33063. Sarvkaa: Dary
8:15 am and 5:30 p.m.; Friday 8 pm. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
KaDot David ^lakLsLanCa*
HEBREW CONGREGATION OP LAUDERHILL (733-9560)
2048 NW 49th Ave.. Landarlun33313. Serrices: Daly8:30am
and 5:30 pa; Friday 6 p.a; Satarday 8:45 am. Rabbi land
CONGREGATION OP NORTH LAUDERDALI
(for mformatioa: 741-08891. Servkea: Friday 5 pm.; Saturdays
am. at Banyan Lakes Condo. 6040 Baany Rd.
TEMPLE SHAARAY TEEDEE (741-0295). 8049 W. Oaklswl
Park Bhrd Sunrise 33321 Services: Dairy 8 am. and 5 pm;
Friday 8 pm.: Saturday 9 am and 7 pm. Rabbi Amort N
Trey. Canter Jack Marchaat.
TEMPLE BETH AM (974*660). 7205 Royal Pake Blvd.
Margate 33063 Services: Dairy 8:30 am. aad 5 30 pm: Friday
5p^m and 8 pm.. Saturday 9 am: Sunday 8 amTaunfai Dr.
JKfHdF ^TSL.^RAEL .742-4040.: 7100 W. Oakland ark
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL OP DBERPUBLD BEACH (ill
TOSOt. 200 S Century Blvd.. rTanraal Beach. 33441 Ssrvkss:
Dady and Sunday 830 am. and 5pm. Friday 8 pm.. Saturday
8:45 am. and at
JEMPLE BNAI MOSHE r942-5380>. 1434 SE 3rd St.
r>npano Beach, 33060. Sw kea. Friday. 8 pm.
TEMPLE SHOLOM (942-6410). 132 SE 11th Am. .
Beach 33060. Services. Dady 8:46 am. aad 5 am.: Friday 6
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Continued from Page 9
SCOUTS TO RELIVE
^ENT EGYPT LIFE
ICC Cub Scout Pack 321
.nning to attend the 1983
rnr ^put-Out March 11,12
and 13 at Camp Seminole in
Davie. The Cubs will experience
life in Egypt under Pharaoh, the
Exodus, crossing the Red Sea,
receiving the Ten Command-
loLUNTEERS NEEDED
FOR
jcc's israel
Independence day
CELEBRATION
SUNDAY, APRIL 24
11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Call Sandy Jackowitz
to sign up!
792-6700
News Briefs
SOUTH FLORIDA JEWI8H POPULATION
THIRD IN U.S.
I South Florida now has the third largest Jewish population in
lie United States, according to the newest edition of the Ameri-
i Jewish Year Book.
I This area now has 420,000 Jews (225,000 in Greater Miami,
1,000 in Fort Lauderdale, 60,000 in Palm Beach-Boca Raton,
kd 55,000 in Hollywood-Hallandale), according to the annual
Crvey by the American Jewish Committee. Only New York
|th 1,734,000, and Los Angeles, with 500,870, have larger
wish populations.
JEWS APPEAL AT MADRID TALKS
IMADRID A delegation of prominent Jews from Europe
|d the United States met this week with representatives at the
adrid conference on security and cooperation in Europe to ex-
ss concern over what they said was increasing repression
bunst Jews in the Soviet Union.
[ At a news conference, the group said that fewer Jews had been
owed to emigrate from the Soviet Union since Yuri V.
^idropov became the Soviet leader.
"We are not anti-Soviet,' said Arieh L. Handler, chairman of
National Council for Soviet Jwery in England and Ireland.
h are conscious of the fact that over 260,000 Jews have left
i Soviet Union over the last 13 years. We are hoping and still
Ipe that the new regime led by Mr. Andropov might change its
iittude.
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN BASEL
RALLY AGAINST ANTI-SEMITISM
|(ir;.NKVA-(JTA)About 200 university students in Basel
nonstrated Sunday against an unprecedented campaign of
Iti-Semitism which erupted in that city recently, aimed chiefly
Kainsi Jewish students and their non-Jewish friends in the local
dical school.
In addition to anti-Semitic graffiti in public places, Jewish
lies and their non-Jewish friends have been the targets of
passing telephone calls and anonymous death threats. The
Jleral government, the various political parties and the
lurches have denounced these manifestations. Police are in-
jstinating but have been unable to find the perpetrators so far.
NY, STATE SENATE URGES U.S. TO
AID F AL ASH AS SEEKING TO EMIGRATE
|ALBANY, N.Y., (JTA| The State Senate has adopted a
olution calling on the United States government to "extend
diplomatic offices" to to the Ethiopian Jews who want to
ive Ethiopia and other African countries and emigrate to
spitable shores of their own choosing."
ISRAELIS USED NEW MISSILE
IN LEBANON
TEL AVIV Israel disclosed that a new type of air-to-air
bsile had been used in Lebanon and had contributed to the
plories over Syria in dogfights last June.
IZeev Bonen, managing director of the Rafael Armament De-
pment Authority, a Government agency here, told Israeli
litary correspondents recently that the nine-foot, nine-
h, 260-pound missile, called Python 3, was highly effective in
war in Lebanon.where it was tested for the first time in
tie.
SWEDISH GOVERNMENT AGAIN PRESSES
USSR ON THE WALLENBERG CASE
[LONDON (JTA) The Swedish government has again
*en up with the Soviet Union the case of missing diplomat
oul Wallenberg, it was learned here.
[Swedish sources say it was "raised firmly" during a recent
Tit to Moscow by Pierre Schorri, the chief undersecretary at
.e Swedish Foreign Office. But he elicited no change in the
?viet claim that Wallenberg, who rescued thousands of Jews in
Hime Hungary, had perished in a Soviet jail two years after
ewar.
DAY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN MIAMI BEACH
IN WIDE RANGE OF USES OF COMPUTERS
[NORTH MIAMI BEACH, Fla- (JTAI -The Jewish High
fchool of South Florida here is pioneering in having its 130
"dents use computers in many academic areas, according to
" tiiora Mann, head of the school's science and technology
vision.
[Mann, who is on leave from the Hebrew University in Jeru-
Vem, has introduced a college level computer class for calculus,
| well as several programming and literacy classes.
(^erican ORT Federation and Women's American ORT
rnor the computer program. An ORT spokesman in New
frk City told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that all students
ut take computer literacy and science courses. In moat
*ih schooU in South Florida, students use computers only to
dy Programming, Mann said.
ments at Mount Sinai and
reaching the Promised Land.
There will be a Sabbath service
Friday evening and a Seder
Workshop and Campf ire program
Saturday night. Participating
Scouts will receive a multi-
colored patch for attending. An
Oneg Shabbat and kosher meals
served through Sunday breakfast
will be featured. Parents with
children seven and a half through
10 years who would like to join
the scouting program may call
theJCC.
JCC TWEEN INTERCENTER
The JCC Tween Intercenter
announces a sleepover on Satur-
day, March 19, at 8 p.m. through
Sunday morning, in conjunction
with the West Palm Beach and
Hollywood JCC youth groups..
Movies, midnight roller skating,
breakfast and morning activities
are on the agenda. Cost is 17.50.
JCC Cub Scout Brian Pedowitz receives award at recent Blue and
Gold banquet.
SPORTS-ARTS
AT JCC
SPECTRUM
SUNDAY, APRIL 24
18
ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY!!
Join us in an all day celebration of
Israels 35th Birthday
featuring
Israeli Marketplace Booths
Carnival Games Art Colony
Israeli and American Refreshments
ENTERTAINMENT PLUS!
Karen Tunick
Registration is now being ac-
cepted for the Jewish Community
Center's new Maccabee-Art
summer program for children en-
tering grades, 5, 6 and 7. The
program runs from June 20-July
15 for session 1 and July 19-Au-
gust 12 for session 2.
Developed around the popular
Camp Maccabee Sports program
offered during previous years,
this innovative program will offer
not only a sports-oriented pro-
gram but one in the arts as well.
According to its director, the
Center's health and recreation I
coordinator, Karen Tunick, "in-!
tensive specialized periods in
various skill areas, such as gym-
nastics, tennis, soccer, drama,
art, music, dance and aerobics
will be among the offerings avail-
able Children will have the op-
portunity to develop their own
camp program by selecting areas
of their choice."
Joan Jacobs, chairperson of
the Center's Camp committee,
notes that the camp's instructors
"will be mature adults who ,
possess special, highly recog- '
nized skills in their fields of ex-
pertise and who will maintain
high personal standards for ;
themselves, our campers and our
camping program."
Full details about Camp Mac-
cabee-Art may be obtained by
calling Karen Tunick.
WECARE VOLUNTEER
SERVICE PROGRAM
The WECARE volunteer serv-
ice program of the JCC is in the
process of planning its drive to
help fill .the Passover boxes that
are distributed each year. With
the many contributions that are
received, WECARE tries to help
those in need to celebrate the
Passover holiday with the appro-
priate ritual symbols and foods.
Donations of both food and
money have begun to come into
tbe WECARE office. Volunteers
are needed to help in this nro-
gram. Call Sandy Friedland at
the JCC.
LAS VEGAS NITE
LAS VEGAS NITE at the
JCC is Saturday. March 26 at
8:30 p.m. There will be games,
auction, refreshments and lots of
action! Everyone is a winner at
the super-special Goods and
Services Auction, and there will
.be three terrific prizes at the
drawing to be held during the
evening. Buy tickets at the re-
ception desk of the JCC. Prizes
include a Windjammer cruise for
two, Atari Computer, or Color
TV. Tickets are $1 each, 10 per
booklet.
COLLEGE CARAVAN SET
The JCC is planning a College
Caravan, limited to 12 partici-
pants, for an informative preview
at two of Florida's colleges. The
tentative schedule is as follows:
April 6, at Gainesville, U. of
Florida, lodging and meals at
Hillel; April 7 tour of campus,
meeting with Admissions Direc-
tor, group activity, lodging and
meals at Hillel.
April 8 at Tampa, U. of South
Florida, tour of campus, meeting
with Admissions Director .
homeward bound. The cost: $70.
Register with Judy Tekel at JCC
by Friday, March 18.
SUMMER TEEN
PROGRAM
TRAVEL
A new travel program, based
on last summer's successful
Travel Camp, has been developed
for children entering grades 7, 8
and 9, by the Jewish Community
Center of Greater Fort Lauder-
dale, under the supervision of
David Sheriff. Youth Services
Coordinator. The program runs
from June 20-July 15 lor session
1 and July 18-August 12 for
session 2.
This summer's Travel Camp
will be highlighted by three over-
night trips during the first
session to destinations which
may include Key West, Tampa
and s Dude Ranch. The second
session will feature a five day trip
to Atlanta.
Local trips will be to such
places as area parks, bowling,
rollerskating, horseback riding,
the beach and more. One day
each week will see the camper
pursuing special interests,
projects and general program-
ming at the Center's Perlman
Campus.
Moreover, campers will have
the opportunity to assist in de-
veloping their own programs
through interest meetings with
David Sheriff prior to the start of
camp.
Sheriff brings a diverse camp-
ing background with him. He has
had 15 years of camping experi-
ence both as a camper and staff
member. Last summer he led a
group of 35 teenagers for six
weeks on a special teen tour to
Israel.
Further information on the.
Travel Camp program may be
obtained by calling either David
Sheriff or Helaine Hoffman,
Camp Administrator.
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Can B'nai B'rith Count On You?
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April, the B'nai B'rith Foundation \
sponsor a
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BNAI B'RITH YOUTH SERVICES
...Hillel Foundations
on over 475 college campuses
... Bnai B'rith Youth Organization
over 40,000 teenagers in 1600
communities.
B'nai B'rith Passover Phon-A-Thon
WILL BE HELD IN
FT. LAUDERDALE-March 13.14,15, and March 22
This is our opportunity to
"Reach Out and Touch Someone"
LETS MAKE OUR VOICES HEARDPLEASE CALL
B'NAI B'RITH FOUNDATION 764-1528
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