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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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iappy Pesach! First Seder Monday Night Mar. 28
fJemsti Ftcric/ian
Volume 12 Number 12
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, March 25,1983
frtosnocti*
Price 35 Cents
Chaplaincy's volunteers conducting 21 'Sidurim'
The joy and spirit of
Passover is being brought
"shut-ins" living in
lursing homes, retirement
centers, and even into the
congregate living quarters
mentally handicapped
Jewish young and old
adults during these days of
the Festival of Freedom.
of
Though Jewish families
hroughout North Broward
ftvill be gathering for the
irst Seder Monday night,
larch 28, Rabbi Albert B.
chwartz, director of the
Chaplaincy Commission of
the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale,
and a host of rabbinic and
lay volunteers began bring-
ing Passover to institutions
last Friday with the series
of Sidurim, covering 21 dif-
ferent places, continuing
into the sixth day of Pass-
over, April 3.
The Federation extends its
Passover greetings to all
throughout Greater Fort Lauder-
dale. and, in particular with deep
appreciation, to the many volun-
teers assisting the Chaplaincy
Commission in making possible
this joyous mitzvah (good deed).
Rabbi Schwartz started the
series last Friday morning, April
18. at FortLauderdale'sSheffield
Convalarium.
That same day at Plantation's
Conenant Care Center, Cantor
Sol Cohen of Castle Garden led a
group from Hebrew Congrega-
tion of Lauderhill, B'nai B'rith
lodge and BBW chapter there
(including Jack Shapiro, Nathan
Elias. Elmer, Pachter, Aaron
Cohen, Dora Cohen, Leo Bern-
stein, Charney Goldfarb, Sunny
Friedman) in conducting the
Seder.
Also on March 18, Rabbi
Rudolph Weiss and Lillian
Schoen, also of Castle Garden,
had another group visiting Plan-
tation Nursing Home for Shab-
bat and Passover services.
At Tamarac Nursing Home,
Continued on Page 5-
IMS. offers Israel war data agreement
American Israel Public Affairs Committee,
he officially registered pro-Israel lobbying
Srganization on Capitol Hill in Washington,
ecently reported on the VS. action in
ebuffing the Israeli offer of valuable in-
ormation gleaned during the Lebanon War.
Now along comes U.S. Secretary of Defense
Caspar Weinberger proposing a new
irrangement with Israel to share intelligence
indings from the war in Lebanon. Last
lonth, Weinberger rejected Israel's proposal,
n action that was hailed by some media
ditorial writers.
Some diplomatic officials have been quoted as saying
at the new proposal puts the Israeli government in a
fficult position. It doesn't meet Israel's needs, yet
irael wants an agreement to reverse a presumed
wnward trend in United States-Israeli relations.
Israel has suggested that there is no substitute for
al battlefield conditions, where results so often differ
>m peacetime tests. After the 1973 Yom Kippur War,
mdreds of Israeli scientists and engineers worked
my months to complete detailed studies of equip-
Mit and tactics used bv the Syrians and Egyptians.
iel has already provided the U.S. with considerable
flints of intelligence information, including some
captured Soviet weapons never previously in Western
hands.
NEW PROPOSAL
Weinberger, in rejecting a November 1982 agreement
with Defense officials, objected to provisions that were
in the agreement signed by both countries after the
1973 war. This agreement required that Israel be
consulted about maintaining the security of the
material before the U.S. transfer it to an American ally.
All Israel asked was that the U.S. ensure that any ally
given material treat it with the same care as would the
U.S. Israel fears information given to some NATO
na ions sometimes winds up in the hands of the Soviet
Union and Israel's Arab enemies.
Weinberger's new proposal, according to Reagan's
administration officials, contains only the following
points:
All existing intelligence-sharing agreements will
remain in effect.
Israel will turn over to the U.S. all information it
gained during the war in Lebanon.
If disagreements or problems over the sharing of
information arise, they will be sorted out through
discussions.
The proposal is being given serious deliberation.
NO AGREEMENT ON LEBANON
Meanwhile Israel's Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
ended his mission to Washington last week with no
definite agreement on withdrawal of all troops from
Lebanon, nor with Israel's need for a secure zone in
southern Lebanon that would prevent infiltration of
guerrillas intent on attacking northern Israeli com-
munities.
Also in Washington on Capitol Hill, a battle over
U.S. aid to Israel heats up. Proponents of aid for Israel
report that the cut in U.S. aid is deeper than it looks.
Congress has been told by AIPAC's executive
director Thomas Dine that "net aid to Israel has
declined over the past nine years and is now about one-
third the former level in real terms."
The Reagan administration's budget request for
fiscal 1984, which begins next Oct. 1. is only one-third
of the 1976 appropriation after taking into account
inflation and Israel's debt services in repaying its loans
to the U.S.
Dine pointed out that in fiscal year 1976, Congress
appropriated $2.2 billion and that Israel's debt services
on past loans totalled $376 million, leaving a net aid
balance of $1.8 billion. Debt repayment to the
U.S.government in the coming fiscal year will be $1.16
billion, leaving a balance of $1.33 billion in net aid. He
noted that every dollar of aid Israel receives "is spent
within the border of the U.S." and that Israel's imports
of U.S. civilian goods are twice what it receives in U.S.
economic aid.
th Am honors Rabbi Geld at School dedication
?*' Plotkin, Alfred Cohen, Rabbi Geld
The School's eight-room building.
#

Rabbi Geld cuts the ribbon.
ByMAXLEVINE
Federation Staff Writer
Temple Beth Am in Margate named its newly-
constructed eight-room school building the "Rabbi
Solomon Geld Hebrew School."
Dr. Geld, the gentle, rabbinic scholar who has been the
spiritual leader of the congregation for five years, was
honored at ceremonies in the synagogue's sanctuary
before some 600 congregants, friends, and public officials.
Rabbi Paul Plotkin of Temple Israel in Miramar, who
succeeds Dr. Geld when the latter retires Aug. 1, sounded
the official dedication announcement to a standing
ovation as he and Rabbi Geld embraced.
^Planting a tree
I School director Joy Kahn-Evon supervises
*_ students David Eichner, Jared Weissberg,
* Bret Rosenblum, Joshua Stein, Kerith,
3 Lowenhron, Karin Mat*. AU but Jared ore.
| from Coral Springe. Jared is from Coconut
1 Creek.
The deep and abiding com-
mitment that Rabbi Geld has for
education was the keynote of the
ceremonies. Rabbi Plotkin,
noting that the week's Torah
portion would deal with laws of
spiritual and ritual purity,
emphasized that the children at
the Rabbi Geld Hebrew School
would receive an education that
could provide an inner purity
that would reflect the most noble
Continued on Page 2


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Page 2
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, March 26
Beth Am honors Rabbi Geld at school dedication
HUM*CE
Joy Kahn-Evron, Rabbi Plotkin, Rabbi Gerber.
Sam and Ann Johnes affix the Mezuzah.
Continued from Page 1
ideals of Jewish life.
The dedication of a Jewish
school links the congregation
with the giving of Torah itself,
Abraham J. Gittelson told the
audience. The Central Agency
for Jewish Education director ol
education for the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale
was the guest speaker at the
dedication ceremonies which
included the cutting of a ribbon
by Rabbi Geld at the entrance to
the school and the planting of 12
boxwood trees, symbolic of the 12
Tribes of Israel, around the
building.
Gittelson said that it was at
Sinai that the Jewish people
pledged their children as the
guarantee for eternal observance
of the laws of the Torah. He
noted that Rabbi Geld's name
would always remind the
students of the world of Jewish
scholarship that would be their
heritage. He said: "That world of
Jewish learning that was de-
stroyed in Europe would be
reborn in the new generation of
children in America, inspired by
JDC ships matzot
to overseas Jews
In Egypt, matzot and wine trucked across the Sinai from Israel by
the Joint Distribution Committee, the overseas relief arm of the
American Jewish community, will be on the Passover tables of the 400
Jews still living in that ancient land.
In Tunisia, the Jewish community of 4,500 will be baking Passover
cakes with matzot provided by JDC.
In Romania, with a Jewish community of 34,000, elderly and infirm
Holocaust survivors are receiving a special Passover package as part
of the program for the Jewish poor throughout Eastern Europe.
Executive Vice President Ralph I. Goldman noted that JDC will
have distributed over 200 tons of matzot and more than 30,000 bottles
of kosher wine as well as matzo meal, cooking oil and, in some
countries, macaroons and other holiday sweets.
JDC was established nearly 70 years ago and is active in more than
30 countries around the world. It has an annual budget of over $40
million and provides for the rescue, relief and rehabilitation of Jews
and Jewish communities.
JDC President Henry Taub observed that "as Jewish families
around the world gather at the Passover table ... we send our
greetings to our fellow Jews everywhere: To those overseas whom we
help to observe the holiday and to those at home who make it possible
(o do so by their support of the United Jewish Appeal Federation
campaign."
In Israel JDC assistance goes to the aged and handicapped, Yeshiva
youth, students of ORT vocational schools and the thousands who use
Israel's 130 community centers.
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the legacy that individuals such
as Rabbi Geld had bequeathed
unto them."
Other speakers included Rabbi
Donald R. Gerber of Temple Beth
Orr in nearby Coral Springs who,
in his invocation said, "a synago-
gue without a religious school is
doomed to dest/uction"; Harold
Wishna, Southeast region direc-
tor for United Synagogue of
America, said, "how wonderful it
is to see a synagogue such as this
building and dedicating a
Hebrew school." He said that too
often seniors relocating in the
sunbelt "want no part of a school
because of the added mainten-
ance and other costs."
State Representative Jack
Tobin of Margate presented an
American flag that flew over the
State Capitol in Tallahassee to
Beth Am's President Alfred
Cohen for the school.
Cohen, noting how the synago-
gue had started Hebrew school
classes years ago in one room in
its small shul on Margate's 9th
St. near 441, said in the short
time that the new Temple has
been in use. the school enrollment
has increased to more than 200
pupils. He praised and presented
gift ceritificates for books to
those who had been and continue
to be most active in the school's
operations: Berte Resnikoff. who
was also chairperson for the
dedication; Ann Johnes, Sylvia
Abrams, Mildred Weinberg.
Edna Jenner. Helen Stoopack.
Mildred Jacobson. The women, in
turn, said they would contribute
the books to the school's library.
One of the most moving and
emotional moments of the cere-
monies came when Beth Am's
Cantor Irving Grossman,
dedicating the song to Rabbi
Geld, sang in Yiddish the story of
a child learning the "aleph, bet"
in a cheder, in order to carry out
the precept that "a Jew must
learn the Torah." Rabbi Geld was
so touched by the song he had to
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Harry Hirsch, Beth Am'a executive director and ^
committee chairman; Berte Resnikoff, who helped ),*,
Beth Am's school, chaired the dedication ceremonies, tad
her husband. Israel.was fund-raising chairman.
turn his back on the audience as
he wiped the tears from his face.
Also singled out for praise for
her work with children was the
Hebrew School's educational
director, Joy Kahn-Evron who
supervised the planting of trees
at the school; Harry Hirsch,
building committee chairman;
Israel Resnikoff. fund-raising
chairman; Ann and Sam Johnes
chairman; Ann and Sam Johnes
who affixed the mezuzah to tkl
entrance doorposts of the school I
Four children, Mark Koenk|
Tan Broder, Ana Bugdadi, r
Hershkowitz joined
Grossman in chanting
shehecheyanu. The
planting trees were
Kichner, Jared Weissberg, Brgl
Rosenblum, Joshua Stein, Ken]
Lowenkron, Karin Matz.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Phil
Sheldon Polish, chairman of the Foundation of
wish Philanthropies of the Jewish Federation of
heater Fort Lauderdale, discussing the role of the
Foundation in Federation life, pointed up the ad-
ntaijes of a "philanthropic fund" within the Foun-
ition.
Polish, who is the .Certified Public Accountant
nanaging partner of the Fort Lauderdale office of
f^t and Whinney accounting firm, said:
'In a very real sense, a Philanthropic Fund can be
isidered as a 'philanthropic bank,' even though the
4nor may only make recommendations which can be
ejected. Such funds can be created by donors when it is
ost convenient and desirable for them to do so
cause of financial, tax or philanthropic con-
Eerations, in order to carry out their long-term philan-
Dpic interests within the charitable purposes of the
federation.
'Many donors of Philanthropic Funds add to them
om time to time in order to replenish the funds after
,eriodic distributions have been made from them, or to
fuild a larger philanthropic bank.'
"The creation of a Philanthropic Fund has been
ticularly useful to the philanthropic-minded donor
Page 3
for donors
Sheldon Polish
who finds himself in an extraordinary 'wind-fall'
situation because of a proposed sale of his business or
other major assets.
"Here, the donor may be confronted with a sub-
stantial capital gain to be realized on the disposition of
highly appreciated property. Because of the tax ad-
vantages in making a contribution to the Federation at
such time by establishing or adding to a Philanthropic
Fund, he may be able to build a fund at comparatively
little out-of-pocket cost to himself (based on a 30 per
cent deduction and a five year carry-over) while making
a sizeable contribution to the Federation.
"Experience with Philanthropic Funds throughout
the country indicates that the greatest portion of
recommended distributions by donors is to the
Federation itself and its affiliated agencies, while the
balance is to charitable beneficiaries serving the general
purposes of the Federation."
Foundation Chairman Polish said that anyone in-
terested in creating a Philanthropic Fund or making an
endowment-type contribution to the Foundation should
call the Foundation's director, David G. Gottlieb, for
additional information at the Federation office 748-8200
write to him at the Jewish Federation, 8360 W.
Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale 33321.
maventure UJA dinner-dance
raws support
iBonaventure UJA Committee
lyed host to approximately 160
Cidents as they pledged support
fthe 1983 United Jewish Appeal
Impaign at the annual $250-
nimum contribution dinner-
Ince last month. The affair
Itured Jerome Gleekel who is
fcmciated with the Israeli
hsulate in Miami, and fre-
tntly speaks in the Fort
Ludirdale area on behalf of
M and the UJA. His incisive
duti' on the situation in the
lildlc East was informative and
I received by the audience.
U.S.
iqIo to Joroon
Mickey and Phil Cohen
Honored at $1 million NYC UJA dinner
Phil Cohen of Bonaventure was honored last month aa the
"Man of the Year" by the Toy Division of the New York City
United Jewish Appeal-Federation campaign.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen, who have been among the active
founders and leaders of the UJA campaign for the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale in the Bonaventure
community, were feted by 260 persons affiliated with the
nation's major toy industries.
Sy Ziv of nationally-famed Toys-R-Us company reported
that over $1 million was raised for the UJA. Chairing the event,
he said that Toy Division, by pledging an increase of 25 percent
over the previous year's total, paid tribute to Cohen s com-
mitment in support of Israel.
Barry Gray, noted television and radio personality, was the
guest speaker.
Florida's senior U.S. Senator,
Lawton Chiles, joined 50 other
Senators, Republicans and
Democrats, in co-sponsoring with
Sen. Ted Kennedy, a resolution
calling on the U.S. "to refrain
from selling advanced fighter air-
craft, mobile anti-aircraft mis-
siles, or any other advanced arms
to Jordan under present condi-
tions."
On the day the resolution was
introduced in the Senate last
month, Sen. Chiles told the
Senate members that "our efforts
last year (including a resolution
of disapproval)" discouraged
President Reagan from pursuing
the idea of such a sale to Jordan.
Chiles said: "Selling sophisti-
cated weapons to Jordan at this
time is ill-advised, to say the
least. Not only would it pose a
threat to Israel's security, but it
would also send a very wrong
message to the Arab world.
He added: "The hopes for a
just and lasting peace in the Mid-
dle East do depend to a large
extent on Jordan. Hopefully.
King Hussein can be convinced
to step forward. I think he has
the capacity to do so, but there is
no reason to even consider selling
him arms until he does.
"The proper pattern was set by
the late Anwar Sadat (president
of Egypt). By going to Israel and
offering peace, he set the stage
for friendship with the U.S. That
friendship has brought Egypt
many rewards. If King Hussein is
looking for similar rewards, let
him also come forward without
pre-conditions in pursuit of
peace."
Sen. Chiles noted that with
over half the members of the
Senate joining as co-sponsors of
the resolution, "it is my hope
that sustained opposition will kill
the proposal" and have the U.S.
ensure that "Israel retains its
qualitative military edge over
any combination of Mideast con-
frontation states."
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[oUl mall distribution of The
Fn Floridian of Greater Fort
Fdrrrioie thia week is reaching
W> bomea throughout North
*.m. This ia indicative of the
*'ng support in the com-
y 'or the efforts on behalf of
IMate of I.rMi and the pro-
^ provided by the Jewish
wtion of Greater Fort
rdale. The circulation's
'Una week is a far cry from
["umber of Flortdiaiw mailed
whn the first
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Friday, March 25, 1983
Volume 12
11NISAN5743
Number 12
Division sets annual
elections April 11
Felice Sincoff has been nominated for re-election as
president and executive vice president of the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. Hie Division's annual meeting, election and
installation of officers and directors will take place at 11
a.m., Monday, April 11 at Mrs. Sincoff s home in The
Woodlands.
Announcement of the entire slate of nominees was
made by the Nominating Committee chairman Florrie
Straus whose committee included Gladys Daren, Lillian
Hirsch, Carolyn Gutman, Miriam Klaimitz, Esther
Lerner, Joan Okun.
THE NOMINEES
President: Felice Sincoff
Executive Vice President: Felice Sincoff
Community Relations Vice President: Dee Hahn
Education Vice President: Mia Gruman
Historian: Anne Monarch
Corresponding Secretary: Lee Drefling
Recording Secretary: Roily Weinberg
Financial and By Laws Secretary. Reba Sbotz
Nominating Committee Chairman: Florrie Straus
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Connie Abraham
Alvera Ackerberg
Rita Bernstein
Myra Biben
Sybil Brody
PolaBrodzki
Rose Brower
Florence Cohen
Elise Dolgow
Hilda Edelman
Rita Eliman
Ruth Eppy
Harriet Falk
Lucille Feenberg
Esther Fur-man
Beatrice Fligeunan
Jean Ghertner
Hida Goldmark
Barbara Goldstein
Freda Goldstein
Carolyn Gutman
GusHalem
Miriam Kalett
Evalyn Kalmowitz
BeseKatz
FranKatz
Clara Kissel
Miriam Klaimitz
Irene Kronick
MbnlLazar
Sylvia Leber
Raonnie Leder
Esther Lerner
Gladys Lew
Marsha Levy
Marjorie Lichtenstein
Lillian Marcus
Rose Mehlman
Claire Mitchel
Jean Nauriaon
Blanche Obietz
Joan Okun
Charlotte Padek
Pearl Refestein
Miriam Ring
Trudy Rom
Carolyn Ruaaell
CeUSeelig
Susan Segaul
Hazel Sharenow
Dottie Sherman
Claire Socranaky
Carol Steingard
Shirley Wainer
Eva Wittcoff
Nominated to become Life Members are:
Lilian Hirsch Jean Shapiro Ethel W aid man
Previously elected Life Members are: Celia Goldfarb, Bilue
Koffman, Hildreth Levbi, Helene Soraf.
WOMEN'S DIVISION BYLAWS
Section 11 No ninating and Election (officers and directors):
A) Officers ai i Directors shall be elected by the general
membership at t le Annual Meeting from a slate presented by
the Nominating Committee to the Board of Directors in the
Spring and mailed to all members of the Women's Division no
less than 14 days before the election meeting.
(Publication of the slate in this issue of the Jewish Floridian of
Greater Fort Lauderdale which is mailed to more than 21,000
contributors to the Federation meets this requirement.)
B) Other nominations may be made in writing by 25 members
of the Women's Division, provided that the consent of the
nominee be obtained. Such nominations shall be sent to the
Recording Secretary at least five days before the Election
Meeting.
C) Officers and Directors shall take office at the Installation
Meeting.
The annual open meeting for Election and Installation of
Officers and Directors is scheduled for Monday, April 11, at 11
a.m. at the home of Felice Sincoff, 4804 Kumquat Dr., Tamarac
(Woodlands). Installing Officer will be Calia Goldfarb; chairman
of the day is Esther Lerner.
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Passover in perspective
SUZANNE SMOCHET
Eaacutiva Edilor
gti MM May BiWoakty balanca ot yaar.
As Passover approaches, take a moment to
look beyond the meticulous and sometimes fren-
zied preparations for Pesacb and our concern with
ritual to fasten our gaze at the civuizational
meaning, the profound human significance, and
the world impact of this moat popular and favored
holiday of Pesach.
Because of the events of Passover, about 3200
years ago, and for all time forward Jorever, man-
kind will never again be content to be in chains, or
in serfdom, or in slavery, or even second class
citizens, as we have in our lifetime seen in many
parts of the world. Freedom is the name of the
game of life, including the other fall-outs of free-
dom: freedom from poverty, freedom from fear,
freedom from want, freedom of speech, freedom of
movement, etc. That's Pesach, Festival of Free-
dom.
There were other slaves in Egypt, and there
were slaves in the neighboring countries. Slavery
was the accepted societal practice because in a
pagan and idolatrous and polytheistic society
there was no connection between man's behavior
and religion, no relationship between their gods
and morality. These connections were discovered
by Abraham, 500 years prior to Moses, and they
have been indissolvable since.
Man, made in ..he image of God, is not meant to
be slave. In all of previous time, no one did any-
thing enlightening about slavery until the He-
brews and Moses.
The Exodus turned the world around by intro-
ducing the concept of freedom of the human being
all human beings.
Where did humanity's concept of freedom re-
ceive its most heroic introduction to civilization if
not at Sinai? At Mt. Sinai, Moses presented the
Commandments on which civilization is still
choking.
The most enduring message and meaning of
Pesach is contained in the First of the Ten Com-
mandments: "I am the Lord Thy Qod wl
brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of tS
house of bondage." 11 was, therefore, as God uU
Liberator, interested in freedom and dignitv ill
all mankind, that He preferred to introduce H'
self to the Hebrews and to the world, and thereh*
establish freedom and equality aa the indisw *
able condition of man's existence. Freedom
important enough to be set into the First of tU
Ten Commandments. w
The exodus of our forbears from Egyptian
slavery is mentioned more than 300 timesinanr
Hebrew Scripture.
So while we are enjoying the festive and gym.
bolic seders, relishing the delicious meicneU we
will be missing the entire thrust of this great
Holiday if we do not keep in mind that the
Exodus from Egypt is not only the central event
in Jewish history, and not only one of the greatest
events and epochs in the history of the Jews, but
also one of the greatest events and epochs in the
history of the world.
And who in this world could have possibly
dreamed that in a motley bunch of humble
humiliated, emaciated and frightened slaves
there was the seed of a King David, Solomon
Isaiah, Judah HaLevi, Maimonides, Rashi
Akiba, Baal Shem Tov, Herzl, Einstein, Stephen
Wise, and the hundreds of other Jewish gretu
who made such a profound impact on civilizatbn
including the amazing number of Nobel Prize
winners.
A Living Force, beyond our comprehension, set
Jewish history into motion. By celebrating the
Passover, we never allow ourselves to forget that
the God we worship is the Author of liberty who
wants mankind to be free.
JACK SALZ. Chairman off Adult
Jewish Education
South Broward Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges
Passover,
a signal for freedom
Freedom is the central theme of Passover. As
the week long festival awaits our observance, it is
necessary to assess the plight of Jews around the
world who face a non-Passover or, at best, a sadly
diluted one.
The Haggadah will direct us to re-live the saga
of the Exodus through prayer, song, and story,
yet there will be Jews throughout the world
particularly those in the USSR, who will be
unable to observe the holiday and therefore, we,
here in South Florida, will remember them, and
their spirit will be at our Seder table.
As pressure mounts throughout the globe
against the Jewish people, we look for symbols of
hope and courage. People like Anatoly
Sharansky, symbol of a modern exodus, con-
tinues to pit his individual courage against the
cruelty and inhumanity of the Soviet Union.
As long as Jewish individuals around the world
suffer degradation, hopelessness or fear we as
Jews here in South Florida, have a task undone
We must continue to struggle to free our people.
During the Seder this year, every Jewish home
is urged to include the following prayer as part of
Uie ritual. It si reminder of the plight of the
Soviet Jew and is recited at the conclusion of the
prayer for Karpas (a green vegetable! The leader
ofthe service takes up the matzah, sets it aside
and.says:
______MA3jjoee
** ** -. .,,
This is the
*!! II l ll aHaf MfaaTliV
This Matzah, which we set aside as a symbol of
hope for the Jews of the Soviet Union, reminds *
of the indestructible links that exiat between u*
As we observe this festival of freedom, we kao
that Soviet Jews are not free to leave without
harassment; to learn of their past; to pass on
their religious traditions; to learn the languaf**
of their fathers; to train the teachers and the
rabbis of future generations.
We remember with bitterness the scorei of
Jewiah prisoners of conscience who sought toBw
sa Jews and struggled to leave for Israel the
lnd of our fathers but now languish in bon-
dage in Soviet labor camps. Their struggle
against their oppressors Is part of an ongoing
effort, and they shall know that they have not
been forgotten.
As Soviet Jews assert themselves they are
joined by all who are aroused by their nW*j*
We will continue until they errierge Into the "i114
/freedom.
J
BBB


Friday, March 25, 1983

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Ruth Mantell, Jack Weiner, Abe
Meltzer, John Shabel, Ethel
Sabetsky, Jack Sabetsky will
take part in the Seder there at 4
p.m. March 21.
Max Kroniah and Phillip
Erstling, as they did during the
Purim festival, made the rounds,
April 23, at Fort Lauderdale's
Manor Oaks Nursing, Harbor
Beach Convalescent, and Manor
Pines Nursing home.
Cantor Mario Botoshansky
conducts the Passover seder
Thursday morning, March 24, at
Oakland Park Retirement Apts.
Also on this date, Rabbi David
Gordon and Cantor Benjamin
Hansel are at St. Johns Re-
habilitation Center in Lauderdale
Lakes.
And a third Seder is being per-
formed on March 24, as Rabbi
Solomon Geld of Temple Beth
Am, Beth Am*s President Alfred
Cohen, and Israel Resnikoff lead
members of the Sisterhood and
the Temple's "Minyonaires" to
Colonial Palm West in Pompano
Beach for the joy of Passover.
Today, March 25, at 1:45 p.m.,
Rabbi Schwartz brightens the
day for guests at Broward Con-
velscent Home in Fort Lauder-
dale.
And more of the same con-
tinues when Cantor Edward
Alt hit conducts three Seders be-
ginning Friday morning at
Lauderhill's Shalom Manor, and
King David, and in the afternoon
at Inverrary Retirement Center.
Also on Friday, March 25,
Rabbi Samuel April of Pom-
pa no's Temple Sholom joins
Cantor Sol Cohen and his Castle
Gardens group for services at
Fort Lauderdale s Center for Liv-
ing.
Cantor Mario Botoshansky
performs once again when he
goes Monday morning, March 28,
the eve of Passover, to St. Eliza-
beth Senior Day Center for the
Seder.
Also on that date, Chap-
laincy's Schwartz returns to the
Seder table, this time for the
elderly at the Federation-sup-
ported Kosher Nutrition site at
Shoppes of Oriole on State Rd.
441 in Lauderdale lakes.
Gallup poll
shows Israel
favored
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Committee released the
findings of a new Gallup poll
indicating that the sympathies of
the American public had returned
to pre Lebanon-crisis propor-
tions: in favor of Israel, 49
percent; in favor of the Arab
nations, 12 percent.
In a statement prepared for a
news conference at Committee
headquarters where the findings
were announced, AJC President
Maynard I. Wishner said:
"Underlying sympathies of the
American people have always
been this way because they have
been able to distinguish between
those whose ultimate national
aspirations is to live in peace and
freedom, and those who have yet
to veer from a tragic course that
| calls for destruction."
Dr. Donald Feldstein, the
Committee's executive .vice pre-
!"denl- stressed the natural bond
| between Americans and Israelis.
"Americans, like Israelis, have
I "variety of opinions on nuances
"ke autonomy and self govern-
ment," Dr. Feldstein said. "But
ne overwhelming truth is still
c>ear to them: Israel, in the
Middle East conflict, is prepared
r jwk* peace and live in peace,
nd the Arab states, except
kRypt, are not yet prepared to do
Fred Greene, a past vice presi-
dent of Temple management at
Temple Beth Israel in Sunrise,
will conduct a full-scale Seder
service at 5 p.m., Monday, March
28 the first Seder of the eight-
day festival during the supper
hour at Aviva Nursing Home on
W. Oakland Park Blvd., Lauder-
dale Lakes.
Cantor Hansel returns to the
Seder scene Thursday, March 31,
at the Federation-supported
Kosher Nutrition site at the Jew-
ish Community Center's Planta-
tion Campus. The frail elderly
who take part in the activity at
JCC's Gathering Place will at-
tend the Seder at the Nutrition
site.
The series of Chaplaincy Com-
mission-coordinated Seder serv-
ices will be completed Sunday af-
ternoon, April 3, at the Broward
Association for Retarded Citizens
congregate living home in
Davie. Rabbi Elliott Skiddell of
Ramat Shalom and a youth
group from the Synagogue will
join a Chaplaincy Commission
volunteer, Fran Forman, who is
actively working with handi-
capped persons at BARC. The
group will have the Jewish resi-
dents taking part in the service,
answering the four questions,
saying the blessings over the
Matzoth and wine.

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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, March 25. ,J
BERMUDA CLUB CONDO-
MINIUM UJA COMMITTEE
was all smiles as they completed
the 1983 campaign for Israel's
and North Broward's social serv-
ice needs and programs with a 30
percent increase over the 1982
total. In the picture below, Jules
Gersten, the honoree at the fund-
raiser held at Tamarac commu-
nity's clubhouse is pictured
center with Isidore Landsman,
Committee Chairman Bernard
Simms, Sol Weissner, Abe
Epstein.
Temple Beth Am of Margate sets UJA event
Harry Hirsch, chairman of the
UJA committee at Temple Beth
Am, 7205 Royal Palm Blvd.,
Margate, announced that Sun-
Passover Greetings
Alfred Golden, Executive Vice President
Edward Dobin
Mark Davis, F.D.
Carl Grossberg
RrvaraM* Memorial Chapels
EMED
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Thursday, March 31
Host: Stanley M.
Rosenblatt
Guest: The
' / President of the
State of Israel
President Navon
explains why he
almost resigned over
the massacre Inquiry
CommlBsion and why
American Jews
cannot truly call
themselves Zionists
DontmiMthe
inside story!
m*2
* town Hoaaoa
day. April 17. beginning at 9:30
a.m.. a breakfast on behalf of the
1983 UJA Campaign will be held
at the Temple honoring Sara
Simonowitz and Flora Weller for
their many years of dedication to
Jewish causes and the Jewish
people.
Lt. Danny Tadmore, Israeli
Army officer and noted speaker
on current events in Israel, will
be the guest speaker.
Sunrise Lakes I
has April 24 event
Jack Rosenberg, UJA chair-
man for Sunrise Lakes I, has an-
nounced that at 7 p.m. Sunday,
April 24, in the Sunrise Lakes
Playhouse, the residents will
kick-off their annual evening on
behalf of the Jewish Federation's
United Jewish Appeal for 1983.
Entertainment will be provided
by comedian, Eddie Schaffer.
Ralph Frucht and Nat Gold-
man are co-chairmen of the event.
Isles of Tamarac
Raises $5,000
for UJA 1983
The four chairmen of the Isles
of Tamarac United Jewish Ap-
peal campaign, MUt Siegel, Lou
Solomon. Sam Schwartz, and
ymTF ,i!alpern P"8*"^ Zs.
Zaa Goldberg as the entertain
ment feature of their March 13
evening for the residents of the
community.
In response to the plea to sup-
port Israel, those in attendance
pledged $5,000 to the 1983 UJA
campaign of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Zsa Zaa Goldberg, a popular
entertainer in North Broward
T ? l7*?'ved ^ th audience
whjch delighted in hearing her
Yiddish stories.
NCCJ commemorates
Holocaust in
The Broward County National
Conference of Christians and
Jews (NCCJ) in cooperation with
other organizations, will be
presenting a special slide show,
"Auschwitz Revisited," by Dr.
Norman Morrison, noted photo-
grapher and lecturer, who photo-
graphed the camp during a visit
in 1981.
The community-wide com-
memoration of the Holocaust wul
be held Wednesday. April 6. 8
p.m. at Bailey Hall. Broward
Community College. 3501 SW
Davit Road, in Davie.
Also on the program will be a
Holocaust survivor. Frieda Jaffa;
a child of Holocaust survivors.
Fran Klauber; and, a camp
liberator. Rev. Robert Miller,
pastor of the Southwest Commu-
nity Church and member of
World War II 12th Armored Di-
community
vision of the U.S. Army
Admission will be free.
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Start a tasteful tradition. Make your
knaidlach with G. Washington's'
Seasoning and Broth.
For an extra special seder,
make knaidlach that are different
from a*, other knaidlach with
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FftSSOVER
CELEBRATION
May the Seder table find you full of the
happiness and hope this time-honored^
festival inspires.


Friday. March 26,1983
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Abe Gittetson was guest speaker.
The Hebrew Day School of Fort Lauder-
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Siyum HaSefer (Celebration of the Book) for
its first grade classes.
The Siyum HaSefer celebrates the occasion
of the children receiving their first Siddur
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Fran Merenstein, director of the Day
School, introduced special guests, Rabbi
Menachem Raab, director of the Day School
Dept. of the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, and Abraham J. Gittelson,
educational director for the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Parents and teachers joined the children at
the program.
Opposition to
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
_Fridy .March 25!

Browsin' Thru Broward
with Maggie
Women's Division
holds Yom KehiUah
columnist and author.
Chairman Irene Krooick
-chairman M<... im
Milton Sperbcr of Plantation
flew to Kibbutz Yahel last week
to be present for the first Brit at
the six-year-old Reform Congre-
gations' kibbutz. The baby is his
grandson, Noam Yaacov, son of
Matthew and Laura Sperber.
treasurer and president, respec-
tively, of the Kibbutz. Grand-
mother Ruth Sperber, who
stayed at home because she had
just returned from Israel, said six
girls were born previously at
Kibbutz Yahel. including the
younger Sperbers" three-year-old
Shira.
Harry Lieberman of Great
Neck and Miami, 106 years old,
greets Joey Rosenthal of Wood-
bury, L.I., who 11 be 10 next
month, at the opening of the
Jewish-themed work by Jewish
artists in New York's Lever
House. The oldest and youngest
artists in the show are pictured in
front of Joey's painting of a
"Chassidic Rabbi." Joey is the
grandson of Frances and Jack
Pascal of Fort Lauderdale.
Abe Grttelaoo, Central Agency
for Jewish Education director of
education for the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale,
is always traveling around with a
pocketful of puns. And his in-
tensive Passover preparations,
including coordinating Judaica
High School students in the
videotaping of Passover Seder,
led him to remark that "time
matzahs on" as the holiday
draws near Kevin Spiegel-
man, son of Joel and Andrea
Spiegelman, members of West
Broward Jewish Congregation, is
a straight-A student at Nova
University School.
Admiral Hyman G. Rickover,
"father of the nuclear Navy,"
was back in Fort Lauderdale to
speak at Nova University Exe-
cutive Council Forum. Asked
how many more ships the Navy
needs, he said: "We have enough
to kill everybody now." Recently
honored by the three living ex-
-Presidents, Ford, Nixon and
Carter, Rickover, earlier this year
was in Greater Fort Lauderdale
on a Federation-UJA mission
soliciting pledges for the 1983
campaign Nova, incidentally,
is presenting eight one-day public
relations workshops for begin-
ners and experienced practi-
tioners beginning April 19. Call
475-7676 for details.
Louis L. Yahm was installed as
International Tax Institute.
Jay Perlmutter, sales director,
reports construction underway
president of the Cypress Chase
B'nai B'rith lodge Reserve
one of these dates to mark the
Holocaust observance: April 6 at
Broward Community College's
Bailey Hall: the morning of April
10 the 40th anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising against
the Nazis at Temple Beth Am,
and in the afternoon at Temple
Beth Israel. Federation's Com-
munity Relations Committee is
joining in sponsorship of the
observances.
More dates to remember: April
17: the big Israel 35th birthday
party at Century Village in
Deerfield Beach. And Sunday,
April 24. when Jewish Com-
munity Center of Greater Fort
lauderdale converts its Perlman
Campus into a little Jerusalem
to celebrate the 35th anniversary
of liif State of Israel's Declara-
tion of Independence Stuart
R. Singer, Sandy Goldberg,
Steve Cohen, Marshall Langer
and Richard Hammer will be the
featured speakers April 29-30 at
the Doral when the Florida Bar
Tax Section and Florida Institute
of CPAs jointly present an
rca\
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Passover ingredients without corn sweeteners
Personal supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
on the first condominium
building at Tamarac's Kings
Point community Giora
Fiedman had his clarinet singing
so sweetly that he had his Temple
Beth Am Audience joining in at
the synagogue's first concert
series finale on March 12. He and
his guitarist and double bass
player, the following night, join-
ed Metropolitan Opera soprano
Elinor Roaa in a concert at Elkins
Park. Pa.
A good turnout is anticipated
for the Women's Division Annual
Yom Kehillah (Community Day)
luncheon that is being held today
(March 25) at the Palm Aire
Hotel Conference Room, begin-
ning at 11:30 a.m. The featured
speaker is Gerda Klein, popular
Biben
co-chairman Myra (
their committee comnkril
arrangement for the 53
commitment of *54 pled-to!
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story-teller Jack Fishman. Sorry
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For the first time in three
years, since there are no Jews
"reported jailed in Broward's
detention centers, Rabbi David
W. Gordon, one of Federation's
Chaplaincy Corps volunteers, will
enjoy the Passover holidays
without conducting a Seder in the
Broward County Prison Fort
Lauderdale's Midland Doherty
securities firm elected Harvey
Goldman and Ron Glassman of
Plantation as vice presidents .
Esther Stern, sales and
marketing director for Lauder-
hill's Environ Towers in Inver-
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entertained at Bailey Hall last
Sunday like "a sweet breath of
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be among the entertainers during
the 1983-84 season at Environ
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I
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 11
Wanted: 500,000 BBYO alumni
VASHINGTON They
Imber in the hundreds of
Lands and come in all sizes
r, snapes, with aspirations and
Lions to matxh. They have
\ tning in common: They were
fmembers of the B'nai Brith
uth Organization (BBYO).
In the beginning, back in 1924,
1 first members of BBYO were
L a handful of teenage boys,
ling in Omaha. Within a short
ne. under the sponsorship of
nai B'rith International, they
formed chapters all across
nerica. had added a girls af-
jnu- and were laying the
Hilda t ion of what was to be-
ne the largest Jewish youth
anization in the world.
ifore importantly, they were
,. laying the foundation of an
anization that produces com-
Ena! and religious leaders by
the hundreds. President Carter's
Cabinet included two alumni,
Philip M. Klutznick, secretary of
commerce, and Neil Gold-
schmidt, secretary of transporta-
tion.
Today, the list of BBYO
alumni reads like a Who's Who in
the World. There are three former
ambassadors to the United Na-
tions: one from the United
Slates, a second from Canada
and the third from Israel. There
are a former Canadian minister of
national revenue, a former assis-
tant director-general of the World
Health Organization, chairman of
the International Rescue Com-
mittee, scores of past and present
federal congressmen and local
legislators, one of the two re-
porters who uncovered the
Watergate scandal, and dozens of
jurists, professors and rabbis.
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There are also quite a few pro-
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figures, ranging from Star Trek's
William Shattner and Leonard
Nimoy and Happy Days' Tom
Bosley to football's Sid Gilman
and Ed Newman to baseball's
Steve Stone.
All told, as BBYO prepares to
celebrate its 60th anniversary,
there are some 500,000 alumni.
Where are they now?
"We would like all our alumni
to get in touch with us because
we need them," ClearfieJd said.
"There are thousands who can
serve as wonderful role models
and thousands more whose life
stories could be used to inspire
the youngsters of today and
tomorrow.
"And, of course, we wish to re-
gain contact so that we can nur-
ture the brother and sisterhood
that is innate in BBYO member-
ship."
Clearfield urged alumni to
vrite to Stanley Harris, national
lumni consultant, at the new
)BYO Alumni Office, 9378 Olive
Jlvd.. Suite 308A, Olivette, Mo.
1132.
If you're not an alumnus but
ire related to or know any, send
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include every living alumnus
our anniversary and future
celebrations," Clearfield de-
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The Jewish Ftoridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
/riday.Mmn
Community Calendar
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 23
Temple Beth Torah-Sieterhood:
Meeting, speaker. Jack Salz. lec-
turer and educator. Temple. 9101
NW 57 Ave.. Tamarac, 12:30
p.m.
Tempi* Beth larael: Games. 7:30
p.m.
Temple Beth Orr: Games. 7:45
p.m.
Bay it Lepletot Girls Town of Je-
raaalem: Meeting, community
room. Breward Federal. Century
Piaza. Phase II. Deerfield Beach.
Jewish War Veterans-William
Kretchman Auxiliary: Meeting.
Broward Federal. 3000 N. Uni-
versity Dr.. Sunrise, noon.
ORT-Inverrary Chapter:
Meeting. Inverrary Country
Club. 11:30 a.m.
B'nai B'ritk-Leorah Council
Meeting. K Mart shopping mall,
hospitality room. Oakland Pk..
Blvd.. Sunrise. 12:30 p.m.
Hadasaah: Golda Meir Chapter-
Pompano Beach: Annual Hadas-
sah Medical Organization Lunch-
eon. Holiday Inn. 950 Glades
Rd.. Boca.
THURSDAY. MARCH 24
Temple Beth larael: Games.
12:30 p.m.
Temple Emann-EI: Board
meeting. 7:45 p.m.
Pioneer Women-Na'Amat-Brow-
ard Council: Meeting. Harriet
Green, national vice-president,
guest speaker.
Free Sons of Israel Fort Lander- ,
dale Lodge: Meeting, Whiting
Hall. NW 68 Ave. and 24 St.. i
Sunrise. 7:30 p.m.
ORT Lauderdale Ridge Chapter:
Meeting, speaker. Robert E.
Lock wood. Clerk of County
Courts. Lauderdale Lakes City
Hall. 4300 NW 36 St.. noon.
B'nai B'rith Women-Bermuda
Club Chapter: Meeting, Bermuda
Club clubhouse, noon.
B'nai B'rith-Pompano Lodge:
Meeting. Palm Air* Country
Club. 551 S. Pompano Pkwy., 8
p.m.
B'nai B'rith-Coconut Crack
Chapter: Donor luncheon. Inver-
rary Country Club. 11:30 a.m.
Hadasaah: Sboahanah Chapter
Tamarac: Passover celebration.
Tamarac Jewish Center, noon.
SATURDAY. MARCH 26
Ann Store k Center: Can to rial
and combined Opera Evening,
talent from Temples in Broward
County. Whiting Hall, donation
$4.8 p.m.
SUNDAY, MARCH 27
Temple Kol Ami: Games. 6:30
p.m.
Temple Beth
Games. 7 p.m.
THURSDAY, MARCH 31
Temple Beth Israel-Sunrise:
Games. 12:30 p.m.
Friends for Life East Broward
Chapter: Meeting. Dr. T. W
Tufts, radiologist and specialist
in Nuclear Medicine,Dye Audito-
rium of Holy Cross Hospital,
4725 N. Federal Hwy.. Fort Lau-
derdale. 7:45 p.m.
FRIDAY. APRIL 1
B'nai B'rith Women Inverrary
Chapter: Function. Broward
Federal, University Dr. and Sun-
rise Blvd.
ORTOceanMUe
sponsors Seder
On Monday. March 28. the
Ocean Mile Chapter of Women's
American ORT will celebrate the
traditional third religious Seder
festival at 6 p.m. at Elliott Hall.
First Congregational Church,
2501 NE 30th St.. Ft. Lauder-
dale. Donation: $20 per person.
Early reservations are necessary
since seating capacity is limited.
Call 563 8229 or 564-3325.
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THROUGHOUT DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
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MONDAY. MARCH 28
First Passover Seder tonight.
Temple Emann-EI: P.M. first
Congregational Seder.
Temple Beth larael Sisterhood
Deerfield: Passover vacation.
March 28 through April 6. Call
Henrietta Kalish 427-4459 or
Etta Feltquate 421-7255.
Women's League for Israel-Tam-
arac: Three-night, four-day Pass-
over stay at the Marco Polo.
Pioneer Woanen-Na'Amat-Negev
Chapter: March 28 through April
1 Passover holiday at Shelborne
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Yiddishe Gezelshaft: Meeting
will not be held in honor of first
Seder.
Deborah Heart and Long Center
Lauderhfll: Meeting. Castle Rec-
reation Center, 4780 NW 22 Ct-.
LauderhiU.
B'nai B'rith North
Council Lodges: Executive board
meeting. B'nai B'rith rtegwnal
office. 800 W. Oakland Park
Blvd.
TUESDAY. MARCH 29
FIRST DAY OF PASSOVER.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH SO
>VER.
LET MY
PEOPLE GO
As we ^ft
celebrate Passover ^
in commemoration of ^
the ancient Israelis' return to
their homeland from bondage,
let us pray for the
safe return to their homelands
of all people held captive
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TheJewiihFhridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 13
mt Jewish children's books reviewed
red by Dr. Marcia Poe-
library couItant and H-
B, Shelter .Rack Jewish
r Library, Roalyn.N.Y.
I Mouse hi U Mataah Fac-
\. By Francine Medoff; illu-
ltd by David Goldstein. Kar-
\ Copies, Inc., Rockville, Md.
40 pages. Ages *& $8.95
over; $4.96paperback.
..at looks like a matzoh, feels
a matzoh. but doesn't
pble? It's Kar-Ben's latest of-
I The Mouse hi the Matzah
about a personable
who, puzzled why the
lifield is fenced; watched
My by some men, and bar-
painstakingly follows the
t to the matzoh factory
i round"AmwaA'1watched)
\h are made by hand, under
conditions all made
i the mouse and the reader
|ely cartoons and text. What
prize for the afikomen-
y By Howard Greenfeld; it-
fed by Elaine Grove. Holt,
art and Winston. Ages 10
[95.
is fifth in this series of
ly books, preceded by
>kah, Passover, Roah Hae-
i and Yom Kippur, and Bar
i. A retelling of the Purim
scratchbook decorations
[lustrations in the stylized
manner, and the same
Dine book design that char-
the previous volumes
this as ay gift book pri-
f for the uninitiated only
ire story is related no
pphy, shades of meaning,
cities here.
Jimrod's Tower. By Leon
illustrated by Michael
Lothrop, Lee A Shepard
1982. 32 pages. Ages 8.
I Bible seems to be every
[illustrator's playground
iimerous versions exist of
lr tales. The story of the
V Babel is treated idiosyn-
Mly in King Nimrod's
I where Breugel-like work-
lusily construct Nimrod's
pg edifice with which he
> gain equality with God.
' down to Nimrod except a
|d a dog. To save the two,
es not topple the tower,
onfuses men's tongues'
I all work to cease. Miracle
cles the boy and the
n now understand each
Sun-drenched painting
[ the grandeur of Nimrod's
of the Waves: Meano-
I Growing Up in Pre-War
* By Ruth Jordan. Tap-
Publishing Co. 1983. 213
*ges 12 up. $12.96.
[the older, introspective
I Daughter of the Waves is
[memoir of what it was like
f UP >n British-mandated
N and to witness, concur-
one's own coming of
^development of the
state of Israel. The
1 'ng on detail, and this
rj*?* Patience than im-
[ readers have She writes
pMy. mtimate style, tem-
v 'lashes of insight. She
"^us powers of recall of
"PPenmgs and events of
."" "nportanee, both of
H ^Ported equally.
P from the lamily
* combined with ones
V
Jewish Books
J lu b in Review
it a service of the IWB lewish Book Council.
IS [tit 26th St., New York, N.Y. 10010
from the Jewish National Fund
Picture Collection.
The Egyptian Star: The Adven-
tures of Ernes Junior Interpol.
By Miriam Star Zakon; illu-
strated by Nina Gaelen. The Ju-
daica Press. 1983. 128 pages.
Ages 10-14. $6.96 hardcover;
$5.96 paper.
Here is a nice surprise from Ju-
daica Press. Second in the "Ernes
Interpol" Series begun by Ger-
shon Winkler, it features a
religious Jewish-American boy
and his new-found irreligious Is-
raeli friend. The two boys use
Talmudic reasoning and Israeli
Chu epah (nerve) to track down
an Arab bomb-squad headed by
the son of a Nazi murderer and to
find a treasure secreted by the
besieged Jews of Alexandria in
115 C.E.! The writing is smooth
and not didactic, without dull in-
terludes and targeted directly to
the 10-14 reading group. While
the illustrations are still
amateurish and unbelievably
awkward, this is one of the best
of the new Jewish detective
genre.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Men's Club hosts Commissioner Fried
Friday, March2.1 iJ|
The Men's Club of Temple
Emanu-El will host a breakfast
meeting on April 10, 10 a.m. at
the Temple. 3245 W. Oakland
Park Blvd.. Lauderdale Lakes.
Featured speaker will be
Broward County Commissioner
Jack Fried. He presently serves
as chairman of the County Com-
mission. He is also chairman of
the Criminal Justice Co-ordinat-
ing Committee and the Tourist
Development Council.
Free to Men's Club members,
the breakfast is open to friends
and guests, donation of $2.
Breakfast Chairman Irving
Salit said reservations and in-
formation can be obtained from
Ben Ellen 733-4920 or Ernst
Strauss 742-6688.
"VAUDEVILLE SHOW"
AT TEMPLE SHOLOM
The Men's Club of Temple
Sholom is presenting the
"Jewish-American Show" on
Sunday, March 20, 8 p.m. in the
Temples Social Hall, 132 S.E.
11th Ave., Pompano Beach. The
performers include comedian Mac
Robbins, singer-comedienne
Jeannie Reynolds, and the
successful instrumentalist Harry
Frank.
Donation is S6 per person. Call
the Temple office 942-6410.
B'nai-B'not Mitzvahs
Guest
Speaker
NORTH LAUDERDALE
HEBREW CONGREGATION
Wayne David Kate, son of
Debbie and Robert Katz of Lau
derhill. was called to the Torah in
celebration of his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, March 19 at the North
Lauderdale Hebrew Congrega-
tion.
TEMPLE BETH AM
The B'nai Mitzvah of Mate and
Eileen Jan in, twin children of
Ruth and Leonard Janis of North
Lauderdale, will be held on Sat-
urday, March 26 at 9 a.m. at
Temple Beth Am in Margate.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
Saturday morning, April 2 at
Temple Kol Ami in Plantation,
John Lehman, son of Joan and
Eugene Lehman of Plantation,
will be called to the Torah on the
occasion of his Bar Mitzvah.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
Alan Mintzer will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, April
2 at Temple Beth Israel in Sun-
rise. Alan is the son of Sandra
Mintzer of Plantation.
TEMPLE
SHA'ARAY TZEDEK
Eric Kean, son of Cynthia and
Matthew Kean of Lauderhill, will
be called to the Torah in honor of
his Bar Mitzvah during the Sat-
urday morning services on April
9 at Temple Sha'aray Tzedek,
Sunrise Jewish Center.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Saturday, March 19, at Temple
Beth Orr in Coral Springs
marked the B'not Mitzvah of
Robin Finn, daughter of Vikki
and Ronald Finn of Coral
Springs, and Daaise Love,
daughter of Marlene and Charles
Love of Coral Springs.
Sam Marder, a leader in the Pine
Island Ridge and North Broward
County Jewish community, will
be the guest of honor at the Pine
Island Ridge and State of Israel
Bond Night in Israel at 8 p.m.
Saturday March 26 in the Club-
house. Marder will receive the
award for his leadership and de-
votion to his community and the
State of Israel Chairpersons of
the event are Meyer Bialer and
Lili Kern.
Passover arrangements made by
JWB, Chaplains, U.S. Armed Forces
NEW YORK American
Jewish military personnel, then-
families, and patients in VA hos-
pitals will be able to enjoy the
Passover holiday with all of its
special and symbolic meanings,
thanks to the close cooperation of
the U.S. Armed Forces, VA,
JWB, Jewish chaplains and mili-
tary lay leaders.
The first Seder is Monday
night. March 28. Passover lasts
through April 5.
Details of Passover arrange-
ments were announced by Rabbi
Herschel Schacter, chairman of
JWB's Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy.
ADOPTION
Happily married couple will give love, warmthj
and security to white infant.
Expenses paid. Confidential.
Please Call
(212) 339-2286 COLLECT after 6 P.M.
or anytime on weekends.
Jemaco
Distributors
Inc.
2800 SW 2nd Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale 33315
525-3624
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We Extend Holiday Greetings
To You and Your family...
Mr. Jerry Joest
Rabbi David Lapp, director,
JWB Armed Forces and Veter-
ans Services Committee and
Commission on Jewish Chaplain-
cy, said that Sidurim and serv-
ices will be conducted by active-
duty and part-time chaplains and
lay leaders throughout the world.
JWB's Shipping Department
sent hundreds of Passover food
packages, Haggadot, prayer-
books, Passover leaflets and
greeting cards, wall calendars
and other items to chaplains and
Jewish lay leaders at installa-
tions in continental United
States and overseas, VA hospi-
tals, and aboard ships at sea.
Special Solo Seder packages
were shipped by JWB to Jewish
servicemen stationed at isolated
areas throughout the world, and
to men on duty at remote weather
and radar stations. The Solo
Seder packages contain all the in-
gredients for a Seder meal for one
person.
Jewish patients in VA hospi-
tals will also participate in Pass-
over observances conducted by
chaplains. In some hospitals, the
cassette recording of the Pass-
over melodies will be brought to
the patients' bedsides over the
hospital's public address system.
At many installations in the
U.S. and overseas, special kosher
Passover meals will be provided
for the entire eight days of the
holiday.
JWB is the U.S. government-
accredited agency and the repre-
sentative of the American Jewish
community for serving Jewish
military personnel, their families
and sick and disabled patients in
Veterans Administration hosni-
tals.
JWB is supported by Jewish
Federations, the UJ A-Federation
Campaign of Greater New York,
Jewish Community Centers and
YM-YWHAs. and JWB Associ-
ates.
Cantors concert
Tenple Sholom. 132 SE 11
Ave., Pompano Beach, will pre-
sent its annual Cantors Concert
on Thursday, March 31, at 8 p.m.
The Sf donation will benefit the
Temple scholarship fund.
Twenty-five leading cantors of
the South Florida Cantorial
mi)ly an scheduled to
.ippear and perform solos as well
horalpiaa
For further information call the
Temple office at 942-8410
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Sabbath:
Friday, Mar. 25-6:16
Friday, Apr. 1-6:19
Flrat Night of Paggova*
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' Second Night:
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Synagogue Directory
Roconstructionst
RAMAT SHALOM (472-3600), 11301 W. Broward
Plantation, 33325. Services: Fridays 8:16 p.m., Saturatta^
for Bar-Bat Mitzvah, 10 a.m. Rabbi Elliot SkiddeU.
Llhnr.'il
LIBERAL JEWISH TEMPLE OP COCONUT CREEK (far
information call Ralph Shulman, president, at 971-3868 or m.
6528. P.O. Box 4384, Margate 33063.) Meeting twice monthly I
Calvary Presbyterian Church, 3960 Coconut Creek Pkn
Rabbi Brace S. Warshal, Founding Rabbi Aaron B. IW ^'
Orthodox
TEMPLE OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL (733-7684) 4351 vi
Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderdale Lakes 83313.Services: DaiM
a.m. and5p.m.; Friday 5p.m.; Saturday 8:46a.m. and5pm.
SYNAGOGUE OF INVERRARY CHABAD (748-17771 77*
NW 44th St., Lincoln Park West, Sunrise. 33321. Senine!
Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Friday, 7 p.m.; Saturday 9 .m jj
T p.m. Study Groups: Women, Wednesdays at 8 p.m Mail
"iys following service. Rabbi Lieberman.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF DEERFIELD BEACH (421-1367) 1
W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach, 33441. Services: Dailyfe
a.m. and sundown; Friday 6 p.m.; Saturday 8:45 am. and 1,
hour before sundown. Presidium: Morton Forgosh SioW]
Schneir, Abraham Wosk, Cantor Sol Chazen.
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE OF HOLLYW00D-rX)iT
LAUDERDALE (966-7877), 3291 Stirling Rd., Fort Laudwdilt!
33312. Services: Daily 7:30 a.m. and sundown: Saturdiyl
a.m.; Sundav 8 a.m. Rabbi Edward Davis.
Conservative
CONGREGATION BETH HILLEL OF MARGATE
3090). 7640 Margate Blvd., Margate 33063. Services: .
8:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.; Friday 8 p.m.; Saturday 8:45
Rabbi David Metzner.
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LAUDERHILL (73*9,
2048 NW 49th Ave., Lauderhill 33313. Services. Daily 8:30a
and 5:30 p.m.; Friday 6 p.m.; Saturday 8:45 s.m. Rabbi 1
Halpcrn. -----
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF NORTH LAUDI
(for information: 741-0369). Services: Friday 5 p.m.; Satunkjl
a.m. st Banyon Lakes Condo, 6040 Bailey Rd.,
President: Murray Handler.
TEMPLE SHA'ARAY TZEDEK (741-0296), 8049 W.
Park Blvd., Sunrise 33321. Services: Daily 8 am. and 51__
Friday 8 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Rabbi Albert I
Troy, Cantor Jack Merchant.
TEMPLE BETH AM (974-8660), 7206 Royal Palm
Margate 33063. Services: Daily 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.; 1.-
5 p.m. and 8 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.; Sunday 8 a.m. Rabbi I
Solomon Geld. Cantor Irving Grossman
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL (742-4040). 7100 W. Oakland
Blvd., Sunnse 33313. Services: Daily 8 a.m.; Friday, 6:301
a7Ta5&!L: Spunky 8:46 ajn. and sunset; Sunday I
**** PWHIp A. LabowHs, Caatar Metrics Nee.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL OF DEERFIELD BEACH
7060), 200 S. Century Blvd., Deerfield Beach. 33441.
Daily and Sunday 8:30 s.m. snd 5 p.m. Friday 8 p.m; L
8:45 s.m. snd at candle-lighting time. Rabbi Leon
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman.
TEMPLE B'NAI MOSHE (9426380), 1434 SE 3rd
Pompano Beach, 33060. Servicee: Friday, 8 p.m. Rabbi 1
A. Skop.
TEMPLE SHOLOM (942-6410). 132 SE 11th Ave, L
Beach 33060. Services: Daily 8:46 a.m. and 5 p.m.; Friday\
p.m. and 8 p.m.; Saturday snd Sunday 9 am. Rabbi:
April, Cantor Jacob Renzer.
TEMPLE,J? TORAH (721-7860). 9101 NW
.smarac 33321. Services: Daily 8:30 a.m. and 6 pjn.;
p.m. and 8 p.m. Caatar Henry ft a] aerie
CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL OF CORAL SF
w mformation: 753-6319.) Services: Daily st 8:30 a* 1
5:301 p.m ; Saturdays at 9 s.m. President: Herb Dsvis.
For Ramblewood Esat residents.
Reform
TEMPLE EMANU-EL (731-2310). 3246 W. Oakland
S. ^ Lauderdate Lskes 33311. Services: Fridsya 8:161
^SSPfCLTV on,y on fc*y or celebration of Bi
SuptA1* *** *. Canter Jeresas Kkmset
TXXuJPL AMI M72-1988). 8200 Peters Rd., Hanta
R^'cfiS?".; Frid^ 8:15 Pm- Seturdsya 10:80'
Tmft'ftliJr*'CMtor OasVceiwer.. ^ ,
SDrinLf^Pi! ?RR <763-*>. 2161 River-id. Drjj
anHTf ^ Services: Minysn Sundays 8 a.m.; Tu*
RiZftE^ZVW *m- Fridy 8 !>: Saturday! 10I
WW^S.5-Gw^'C^"^Ha*avai. J
22?T BRWA*D JEWISH CONGREGATION *.
NW 2H>2;71i'0121 or P0 B0* 17- Plantation3331 ).|
w r- n wlantation- Srvlees: Fridays 8:15 pn>.;Satan
TF M pI i?CoM^Vah on,v ** K* E Stone. t _.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHALOM OF DEERFIELD BEACH
miormatmn: 426-2532. Leopold Van Hlerkon). Ssrvl
IWlliV-'V1 M*>rah Chapels. 2306 W. Hill**
Ueerfieid Beach. R.bbi Nathan H Fish
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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$1.5 million Bonds purchases recorded at Palm-Aire
i J. Kaplan, Larry Fiegelman
_ Kaplan, chairman of the Palm-Aire Israel Bonds committee's
ch 6 dinner dance, and Palm-Aire's General Chairman Maxwell C.
ddock were exuberant following the affair which culminated the
nmittee's efforts in producing more than 11.6 million in Bonds pur-

Ira and Gloria Boris, Dr. William Lippy
Morry Wingold, Barbara Studley
country club community in South Florida, was given to the residents
of Palm-Aire, the B'nai Zion Organization, the Israeli Tennis Centers
Assn., and the Florida Coastal Bank for its purchase of a $250,000
bond.
lonored at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Boris, Larry Fiegel-
u. and Morry Wingold for their efforts on behalf of the State of
el; and a special presentation was made to Barbara Studley, radio
onality. Dr. William Lippy, president of Palm Aire's Israeli
us Centers Assn., made the presentation to Borises.
t red it for the record Bonds amount, believed to be the lar^
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IPLE BETH ISRAEL AND BONDS honored Estelie and Libo
iberg I standing, center) for their leadership in the North Broward
\ish community and civic activities. The couple received the City of
\e award during the Temple's annual Bond dinner dance. Pictured:
riding, left to right) Rubin Breger, executive director of State of
el Bonds in North Broward; Bernie Oshinsky, co-chairman of the
it: Prof. Adam Gillon, Estelie and Libo Fineberg; chairman Mel
is. and Joel Rein stein, general chairman for State of Israel Bonds
\orih Broward County. Mrs. Oshinsky and Mrs. Zipris are seated.
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Bonds committee workers at Palm-Aire included
(standing, from left) Alan R. Sherman, con-
dominium coordinator; Rabbi Isadore Wein, co-
chairman; Sam Schwartz; Maxwell C. Raddock,
who is also Southern Region Commerce, Industry
and Education chairman for Israel Bonds; Jay
Raddock. Seated: Adele Wolman, reservations
chairman; Sam J. Kaplan, chairman; Lily
Schwartz.
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IDS HONOREES as Temple Emanu-El and State of Israel Bonds
id forces recently were Richard and Marie Levy, Temple leaders
Fiends of the State of Israel The Levys were presented with the
ligious Lion of Judah award during the annual Bond brunch.
tred are (standing, left to right) Dr. Richard Green; chairperson
vhine Newman; Alan Levy, Richard Levy, Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon.
td are Ann Ballon and Marie Levy.
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The Jewish Fhridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Community Concerts announces 1983-84 series
Having completed the first
year in bringing concert artists
and concert orchestras to
Broward County, the non-profit
cultural organization Community
Concerts of Broward County,
announced its schedule for the
1983-84 season.
On the schedule are David Bar-
Illan. Israeli pianist; Stephen
Dickson, Metropolitan Opera
baritone; Leonard Rose, cellist,
with the Israel Chamber
Orchestra; and the Washington
Ballet.
Seats at the newly renovated
War Memorial Auditorium are
reserved and membership ranges
from $25 to $40. Full-time
students are half-price.
New memberships received by
April 1 will entitle the member to
attend the North Carolina Dance
Theater on April 13 at no charge.
New scholarship set at Brandeis
WALTHAM The Samuel
Mendel Melton Foundation has
established a scholarship fund for
graduate studies in Jewish
Education at Brandeis Univer-
sity's Benjamin S. Hornstein
Program in Jewish Communal
Service.
The scholarship will be
awarded annually to students
who have demonstrated com-
mitment to the field of Jewish
education as well as an interest in
adolescent, adult or family
education.
Students enrolled in the
program will take part in two
supervised internships in dif-
ferent educational settings. Upon
completion of the program, they
will be awarded a master of arts
in Jewish Communal Service
with a specialization in Jewish
education.
Newly elected officers
lead BB Pompano Lodge
Frank Gottlieb was installed as
president of B'nai B'rith Pom-
pano I-odge at the March 24
meeting, at the Palm-Aire Coun-
try Club.
Newly elected officers and
directors were sworn in by Com-
missioner Maurice Berkowitz of
the Florida State Association of
B'nai B'rith Lodges. He delivered
a topical keynote talk.
Others scheduled to take office
are: Leon Haraick and Sidney
A sen it. vice presidents; David
Konigsberg and Dr. Mayer S.
Kaplan, secretaries; Abraham
Marcus, treasurer; Bennett
Garson and Irving Kaplan,
wardens, and Rabbis Morris A.
Skop and David Matzner.
chaplains.
Directors to be installed in-
clude: William Alpern, Elihu
Berkowitz. Carl Bernstein,
Edward Charon, Sydney Flamm,
Dr. David Foxman, Dr. Solomon
Geld. Carl Gettleman. Abram
Hersh. Herbert Kahan, Carl
KaimowiU and Joseph Kranberg.
Also Henry Levine, Irving
Libowsky, Morris Lipkin,
Seymour Male, Joseph Nadler,
Samuel Rowitt and Charles
Ruben.
Also Alfred Segal, Harry Selis,
Samuel Simonoff, Morris Spar,
Bernard Sharack, Harry Spodak,
Harry J. Treu, Milton Trupin.
Samuel Weidenfeld, Frank
Wexler and David Wilson.
ELON NOMINATED ISRAEL PRESIDENT
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Likud-led coalition
nominated Supreme Court Justice Menachem Ebn, an Ortho-
dox scholar and pest winner of the Israel Prize for his books on
Jewish law, to be Israel's next President. The nomination was
submitted to the Knesset with the required list of 10 MK spon-
sors, headed by Premier Menachem Begin.
Midrasha heard Israeli poet
major or minor voices, their basic
theme is glorification of heroism
or glorification of death.
The listeners, attentive, inter-
ested, gave full attention to Yon-
atan. a winner of the Israel prize
for Creativity in the Arts, as he
reinforced his thesis with
examples from contermporary
Israeli poets and writers and
some from the past.
When you fly EL AL to Israel between March 6th and
May 28th, 1963 you'll be getting a great deal And a
great deal more. That's because we're giving every
one of our New York-Tel Aviv-New York and Miami-Tel-
Aviv-Miami passengers a voucher that's good for a
20% discount on their next round trip to Israel
This special non-transferable. non-refundaWevoud
is good until May 31 ,-1984. But you'd better hurry,
is short and space limited For details and rr
tions call your travel agent or EL AL today.
The Chosen Airline.
Natan Yonatan
Addressing the packed Jewish
Federation board room of mem-
bers of the adult education com-
mittee, teachers, principals and
guests, Natan Yonatan, Israeli
poet and scholar-in-residence to
the South Florida area, spoke on
the "Wars of Israel as Reflected
in Israeli Literature."
Soft-spoken Yonatan, author of
11 books of poetry, and lecturer
at the University of Haifa, com-
mented: "The Israeli measures
his life by wars. Israel has either
been in a war or emerging from
one for almost 35 years. People
living in this condition MUST in-
fluence literature." As a poet,
Yonatan sees this situation in
poetic forms. He felt that the
basic themes were relationships
between man and man, good and
evil, and God and the devil.
Reflecting that writers and
poets are graded in two classes of

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