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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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OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
umber 7
Fort Uudsrdale, Florida Friday. February 17.1964
Price 35 Cents
Samuel K. Miller to lead May
Community Mission to Israel
S*Xa^^JiSaT- F** vfcs-prasident. wfll
the Jewiah Federation of Creator Fort Lauder-
dales Community Miaaion to Israel on May 28. 1964
announced Joel Reinetein, United Jewiah Appeal
Campaign Chairman. According to Reinstein, Millar,
who is chairman of the Condominium council for the
current UJA campaign, is the perfect choice to head-up
this important mission.
Miller has been to Israel 10 time* and has been ac-
tively involved with UJA since before the establish-
ment of the State of Israel, aa well aa many other
Jewiah causes in Albany, N.Y. and in North Broward
county.
The 16-day, 16-night miaaion will be limited to 40
participants.
Miller adds, "This miaaion ia so important because it
is the only way to establish real kinship between our
people and Israel. There has always bean a Diaspora
and ties between Israel and the Diaspora have never
been weak because of distance. The miaaion program
helps us to establish the feeling of oneness.
Information and details on the Community Mission
may be obtained by calling the Federation Missions
office at 746-6400.
Percy calls for increased
aid for Israel over
Administration request
WASHINGTON Senator
Charles H. Percy (RU1J,
Chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, called for
additional economic aid for Israel
in fiscal year 1966 to help Israel
during a transition period in
which that country would imple-
ment economic reforms.
Percy called for additional eco-
nomic assistance for Israel after
receiving a Foreign Relations
Committee staff report on
Israel's worsening economic
situation. In calling for increased
aid, Percy stated: "Economic
conditions in Israel are more
severe now than at any time
during the past ten years."
Percy noted that increasing
foreign aid will be a very difficult
decision for the Congress to make
this year in light of the budget
deficit. As a result. Percy stated.
"there will be an exoectation that
the Israeli government will
implement the austerity
measures they are considering
and that the increased U.S.
economic aid will also result in a
significant increase in U.S.
exports to Israel."
The Administration has
requested $850 million in
economic aid for Israel for fiscal
year 1966. Percy did not specify
the size of the increase that he
will propose above this amount,
but said he will discuss specific
figures with his colleagues on the
Foreign Relations Committee.
Percy moved in Committee last
year to increase both grant mil-
itary aid and economic aid in
fiscal year 1964 for Israel above
the Administration's request.
The Congress last year agreed to
the Israel aid levels proposed by
Percy.
JA Campaign rolling towards record goal
maintain the record
en set if we are to
for the 1964 UJA
I many of our fellow
i and here in North
depending on each
iber of our commu-
te cannot let them
el Reinstein. UJA
Ipaign Chairman,
[himself and Brian
en co-chairman
Reinstein announced that the
campaign has reached over 63.5
million thus far, "but we still
have a long way to go before our
goal is achieved," he added. The
campaign is currently 36 percent
ahead of last year at this time.
There is still a number of major
Iunctions upcoming this month:
ORIOLE GARDENS GOLF
AND TENNIS CLUB I commu-
SkactheVisim
iw do U.S. Jews
w candidates?
SN SILVER
IGTON -
Although 59
imerican Jews
themselves as
and only 11
epublicans, as
le lastest polls,
>rt for Ronald
ih as President
indidate for re-
roughly in the
bracket," ac-
Hyman Book-
lashington rep-
|of the American
imittee. Thirty
Jews say they
ients.
j was one of three
lin a roundtable
issues affecting
n in 1964 the
Presidential elections, U.S. policy
toward Israel, the plight of
Soviet Jewry, and domestic
issues. The others were David
Harris. Washington director of
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry and Marc Perl,
Washington representative of the
American Jewiah Congress.
THE ROUNDTABLE,
sponsored by B'nai B'rith Inter-
national, waa held shortly before
Reagan formally announced he
would seek a second term. It was
moderated by Warren Eieenberg,
director of B'nai B'rith Inter-
national.
The focua of the discussion was
how Jews can affect the issues as
voters when they com prise only
2.6 percent of the American
population and cast only four
percent of the vote. Bookbinder
noted that the Jewiah vote "isn't
Continued on Page 4
GIVE TO LIF
nity will honor Tillie and Mickey
Danberg at a 10 a.m. breakfast
Sunday Feb. 19 at Temple Beth
Am. Margate. Chairing the UJA
campaign there ia Carl Cummia.
Israeli entertainer Danny
Tadmore will be featured.
COMBINED CYPRESS
CHASE A B. C. D AND NORTH
will hold a joint Rally for Israel
and breakfast at 10 a.m. Sunday
Feb. 19 at Temple Beth Israel.
Sunrise. General chairman for the
combined UJA effort ia Louis L.
Yahm. Eddie Schaffer will be the
guest speaker.
POMPANO BEACH area will
hold a 10 a.m. brunch Sunday
Feb. 19 at Temple Sholom,
Pompano Beach. Dora Roth,
emissary from the State of Israel,
will be the guest speaker at the
function which ia chaired by Dr.
Phillip Kanev.
OAKBROOK VILLAGE MEN'S
CLUB will hold a Rally for Israel
at 8 p.m. Sunday Feb. 19 at the
Oakbrook Village Clubhouse
honoring Rose Krumholtz. Co-
chairmen are Hon. Samuel Miller
and Arthur M. Salzman.
LIME BAY community will
honor Joseph (Carl) WeiUata 10
a.m. breakfast Sunday Feb. 19
chaired by David Faver and co-
chaired by Florence Horowitz,
Arnold and Sylvia Schwartz, and
Joseph Milstein.
PALMAIRE will hold Golf Day
starting at 9 am on the Pines
and Palm courses at the Palm-
Aire Country Club. Following the
golf, there will be a dinner and
cocktail hour beginning at 5 p.m.
General chairman for Palm-Aire
ia Irving Libowaky with his co-
chairman Mike Ackerman.
Chairing the Golf Day and
Dinner is Alex Kutz with Sy
Roberts acting as co-chairman.
LAUDERDALE OAKS commu-
nity will hold a Rally for Israel at
8 p.m. in their Clubhouse.
Honorees are Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Goldberg. Louis Silvers is
chairman with Hy Seidman, Jim
Krigman and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Robins, co-chairmen.
MARGATE'S TEN PAR-
TICIPATING CON DOS led by
Paradise Gardens I and II will
honor Jack and Leslie Tobin st a
10 a.m. breakfast Thursday Feb.
23 at Temple Beth Am. Margate.
General chairman is Morris
Kirschbaum. Danny Tadmore
will entertain.
Won has new mailing address
(wish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale
box number at the Tamarac Poet Office as
K address to expedite receipt of mail at the
forth, whether mail ia for the attention of
Ms. departments, Community Calendar,
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort
fie, envelopes should be addressed:
Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale
P.O. Box 26810
Tamarac FL 33320-6810
deration continues to be located at 8368 W.
[Park Blvd. The telephone number 748-8400
Whanged.
TWO FOR TECHNION: Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, the world's most
famous odd couple, were reunited et a gala tribute at which Lemmon received the Albert
Einstein Award from the American Society for Technion Institute of Technology.
Hundreds of Hollywood celebrities turned out to honor Lemmon's contribution to the
entertainment industry. Director Billy Wilder said, "We are honoring Jack Lemmon
tonight because he is a mensch." Lemmon said that he was surprised to be chosen for
the honor and compared Technion to Ai.I.T. end seed how Technion is as indispensible
to Israel as the Army or the Knesset is.


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Tk* Jtwith Floridian ofOrtaW Port LautUrdal*
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Nat Pearlman to chair Sunrise Jewish Center's
first solo UJA campaign
Nat Pearlman having just
completed a successful campaign
aa chairman for Sunrise Lakes
Phase II 1964 United Jewish
Appeal, has announced that the
Sunrise Jewish Center-Temple
Sha'aray Tzedek will conduct
their own 1964 UJA campaign
and has accepted the chairman-
ship of that campaign as wall.
Pearlman s first order of
business as chairman of the
Temple's new campaign, was to
announce that Aaron and Bessie
Grossman will be the honorees at
a 10 a.m. UJA breakfast Sunday
Mar. 11 at the Temple. 4099 Pine
Island Rd. Sunrise.
Pearlman anticipates an even
'Night of Stare'
comes to BCC
Broward Community College's
(BCC) 1964 Cultural SeaaorTcon-
tinues with "A Night of Stars,"
featuring Nipsey Russell; Gadi
rJon, Israel's top vocalist; and
Peppy Fields Performances are
at 8:15 p.m. Saturday Feb. 18
and Sunday Feb. 19 with a 2:15
p.m. matinee also on Sunday
Feb. 19. Tickets are $14 for the
evening performances and 112 for
the matinee.
The Florida Chamber
Orchestra will present pianist
Abbey Simon at 8:15 p.m
Thursday Feb. 23. The Jewish
Gypy." presented by the
Shalom Yiddish Musical Comedy
Theater, will be performed at
p.m. Saturday Feb. 25 and 2 and
7 p.m. Sunday Feb. 26.
All concerts are held at Bailey
Hall on the Central Campus of
BCC. 3501 SW Davie Rd.. Davie.
For ticket information call BCC
at 475-6684.
Kol Ami to honor
*
Rabbi Dreyfus
Temple Kol Ami, as part of
their 'Scholar-in Residence'
program, will honor Rabbi
Stanley A. Dreyfus at the Friday
evening Feb. 24 Shabbat services
at the Temple. 8200 Peters Rd..
Plantation.
Rabbi Dreyfus will discuss the
needs of the American Jewish
Synagogue community today
and the response of today's
American Reform Rabbinate to
those needs.
Rabbi Dreyfus is a lecturer in
Biblical Commentaries at the
New York School of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, and is a board member
of the Board of Governors of the
New York Board of Rabbis and
the Board of the World Union for
Progressive Judaism.
Bond leadership
gather in Israel
Two hundred Jewish
rspraathm major
communities in the United
States. Canada. Latin America
and other countries gathered
recently in Israel at the Inter
national Israel Bond Leadership
Conference. The goal of the
coolewjace was to expand the role
of the Bond Organkation to meet
the larger share of land's
Development Budget of 1984.
La* by Yehuda*. Halevy,
president of Israel Bonds, the
delegates met with Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shun*
Minister of Defense Moans'
Arena, member of Knesset
Shimon Peres, and other key
Israeli leaders.
Highlighting the trip was a
visit to the Eilat area, dedication
of an Israel Bond grove, and a
visit to the development town of
Beit Shemesh.
Nat Pearlman
larger contribution made to UJA
by the Sunrise community with
four campaign-* in the Sunrise
ares.
( i) chairing the campaign are
Pearl Altner. the Temple's
Sisterhood president. Abe Reiter.
Men's Club president; and Philip
Nelson, third vice president of
the Temple.
Speaking to the UJA com-
mittee members st a recent
meeting. Pearlman told the
members that UJA supports
HI AS. the Joint Distribution
Committee which aids more than
35 countries around the world,
and UJA funds also aid focal
programs and services like the
Kosher Nutrition program.
Jewish Family Service, and the
Jewish Community Center.
RAMBLEWOOD EAST UJA Commute,
Rrmtteut pre-nted a plaque to Florence and Ztv I
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naventure sparks UJA total
ih Dora Roth (center) emissary from
Israel, are Bonaventure UJA co-
\ft to right) Phil and Michev Cohen,
Gloria and Murray Chermah, and Charlotte and
Saul Padeh.
SharetheVision
iarold Kaufman, co-chairmen for Bonaventure''s 1984 UJA
Im nlure UJA Dinner-
nventlj rejoiced in
.a Lheir UJA (am
ills un in iiase ol
im lust year al Ihia
[ovei 120.000 raised
pnavvnlure welcomed
emissaries to their
In meet their
mil speuk al their
Itnih. a Holocaust
*l llun Cohen, Israeli
luisinessman were guests at the
recent gala at the Inter-
continental Hotel The dinner
mus dedicated to one of the
loundt-rs ol the Honaventure
I IA t ampaign. who recently
IMissed away. Al Stein.
HaVan!HIM ls continuing its
UJA campaign in order to ask
more residents to participate
with their 19*4 UJA pledge,
murding to Murray Chermak,
UJA chairman of Bonaventure.
Phil Cohen, UJA co-chairman at
Bonaventure, offers the motze at
the UJA dinner-dance held
recently at Bonaventure's Inter-
continental Hotel.
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Rose Gorshy, wife of Oriole Gardens I UJA chairman Harry Gorshy,
presents plaques to honorees Simon and Anne Bloch, (left) and
Samuel and Ida Gaitro fat their recent breahfast which raised a record
amount of dollars for UJA.
Oriole Gardens Phase I
reaches record amount
Oriole Gardens Phase I, one of
the many communities under the
Greater Margate Area UJA
umbrella, recently held their UJA
function where the total amount
of dollars pledged to date already
exceeds the total amount raised
in the 1983 UJA campaign, and
they aren't through yet.
Chairman Harry Gorsky and his
co-chairmen Sam Miller, Harry
Rich, and Julius Schuldenfrei will
now organize their committee
and solicit Oriole Gardens I resi-
dents door to door, thus ensuing
even greater success for the 1984
campaign.
Gorsky credits the success of
the community's recent breakfast
on the popularity of its honorees,
Ida and Samuel Galtrof, and
Anne and Simon Bloch. Gorsky
would also like to express deep
appreciation to Sam and Flora
Weller for the use of their home
for a recent cocktail party.
Palm-Aire UJA
Golf Classic Feb. 20
The community of Palm-Aire
will hold its first Golf Classic and
Dinner for UJA beginning with a
9 a.m. 'shotgun' tee-off time on
both the Pines and Palms golf
courses of Palm-Aire.
Chairing the event is Alex
Kutz. with Sy Roberts as co-
chairman. A large number of
golfers have already responded
and Kutz reports that there are
only a small number of slots left.
' The charge is S39 per player for
green fee, golf cart, soda cart, and
the evening's cocktail hour plus
full course dinner is being
assessed for those taking part in
the tournament which offers
"prizes galore."
In case of rain, the dinner and
cocktail hour beginning at 5 p.m.
will go on as scheduled, but the
golf tournament will be post-
poned to Feb. 27.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Louderdale
Friday, p,
How Do Jews View Stable of Candidates for Presidency]
Continued from Pose 1
Continued from Page 1
a 'homogenized' vote because it
can be 15 percent in a state like
New York which has a great deal
of importance for the can-
didates."
He recalled that in past
Presidential elections, the Jewish
vote varied sharply from 10
percent for Barry Goldwater in
1964 and Richard Nixon in 1968
and 1972 to 40 percent for
Reagan in 1980.
"The battle is on to get the
difference between 10 and 40 per-
cent This difference can be
totally critical' in states like New
York, Florida. Illinois or
California," he said.
PERL WARNED that Jews
"can't allow ourselves to be a
single issue constituency" by
voting for lawmakers on the
record of their support for Israel
alone. "If we fall into that trap,
we are going to fall into a political
catastrophe for the Jewish
community. We are simply going
to end up being four percent of
the vote and with a four percent
of the vote you're not going to
get anywhere."
According to Perl, "We need to
build coalitions. We need to
involve ourselves as Americans
in the social fabric of this
country. We need to build
constituencies that can get 51
percent on issues we care about
strongly." In that connection, he
said:
"When we work in dose
cooperation with Blacks and
women and Christians for
whatever reason, for what might
be on our common agenda or
their common agenda ... it is
with the idea in mind that we will
build a sense of relationship and
sense of cooperation with the
'majorities' or with the 'rainbow
coalition' of minorities that can
make up s majority."
HARRIS, noting the all-time
low in Jewish emigration from
the Soviet Union last year,
maintained that Moscow "is
becoming more impervious to
Western pressure with this
kind of backdrop of declining
emigration, increasing repression
against Jewish activists and on
going cultural and religious
genocide, the question becomes
to what extent, if any, has the
American Administration been
responsible for that decline and
to what extent can it help reverse
that decline?" he said.
He stressed that the overall
relationship of the U.S. with the
Soviet Union "will loom large in
the minds of the voters, and
particularly in the minds of
American Jewish voters. Most
people seem to believe that the
Soviet-American relationship
does impact on the issue of Soviet
Jewry."
Harris added that "If the
Soviets planned the decline in
emigration, it was planned in
1978-79 under a Democratic
Administration and was con-
tinued under the Reagan
Administration. There may not
be that direct casuality between
the American Administration
and the plight of Soviet Jewry."
But, "Others would argue that
under the Reagan Adminis-
tration, the freauing of a
relationship, the virtual cut-off of
dialogue, the increase in
polemics, the rhetoric, have only
mads it worse for those Soviet
Jews seeking to emigrate,"
Harris stated.
HE OBSERVED that if
Secretary of State George Shulti
raises the issue of Soviet Jews in
his contacts with Soviet leaders.
"why should the Soviets release
more Soviet Jews? Why should
they do anything to improve the
chances of Ronald Reagan being
reelected President of the United
States?"
Harris said thst Walter
Mondale. the current front-
runner for the Dt'morralic
nomination, and Senators Alan
Cranston of California and Gary
Hart of Colorado haVS extmplsry
records in support of Soviet
Jews Rev Jesse Jackson and
Reuben Askew are not so well
known to us. And (Sen Krnestl
[killings (of South Carolina).
Sen. (John) Glenn (of Ohio) and
(former Sen. George) McGovern
(of South Dakota) have a more
mixed although generally
sympathetic record on Soviet
Jewry."
According to Hsrris. "What
we must injure is that ws in our
Jewish community convey af-
fectively and articulately to our
candidates that the issue of
Soviet Jewry is indeed a primary
issue on our agenda.''
BOOKBINDER said that
Jews divide across the
'political! spectrum ... A recant
scientific poll of Jewish attitudes
in America showed thst 36 > ~ "s|
percent accept the label 'liberal.' .J f* bythenthata
38 percent describe themselves as J "x*tA ? ma-
middle of-the road' and 23 ment\tous. Alsoinaj
percent describe themselves as "** ""^mbenU
conservative' UnSE* Btb
He ssid. "There is s perception mSl^ tZZrST*
thst Jews vouaasbkilndthat rlcord?' "*
the Israel issue
But even experts
whether their great,
to Israel has led,
kind of voting."
Bookbinder add*
Reagan-Mondale
ber. it will be s i
American Jews on
East issue because,
doneourjob-e,^,
Arab Support of Jackson
Further Alienates Jewish Voted
By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Representatives of leading
American Jewish organ-
izations indicate that the
disclosure that two organ-
izations the Rev. Jesse
Jackson is affiliated with
had received contributions
totalling $200,000 from the
Arab League may further
alienate Jewish voters from
Jackson's Democratic
Presidential campaign.
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"A man is known by the
company be keeps," said Julius
Dei man, the chairman of the
Conference of Presidents of
Msjor American Jewish
Organizations "And s candidate
is known by those who are
numbered among his major
supporters."
Rabbi Alexander Schindler
president of the Union of
Amencsn Hebrew Congre
gations. ssid. "I believe thst
many American Jews, already
worried about Jesse Jackson's
links with the Arab world, will
now feel increased concern over
his Presidential candidacy."
ALLECK RESNICK. pres
Kjent of the Zionist Organization
of America, described as "double
speak'' Jackson's reported
statement regarding the "double
standard" which he claimed
existed in evaluating con
tnbutions from American Jews
to a political candidate
Questions concerning con
tnbutions to PUSH, the umbrella
organization containing five civil
rights groups, were raised on
Sundsy. An sttorney rep
resenting PUSH, an acronymn
for People United to Serve
Humanity, confirmed that the
tSSJf*; had contributed
100 000 each to PUSH for
Excellence. Inc.. an educational
srm of PUSH, and the PUSH
Foundation, a fund-raising irroun
for PUSH affiliates. ^ P
The contributions to the two
organisations were made in 1981-
nS. 7 J*n was head of
Push for Excellence. Inc Clovi.
Maksoud. the permanent ob-
server for the Arab League at the
IE?1 I.Uo.nil **that U t*o
chks far 1100.000 each were
"t as a humanitarian contri
butjoo^ The Internal Revenue
Service wpporta that position
****& the Arab League
checked with the JuatJc.
no knowledge of the con-
tributions to the PUSH Foun-
dation or PUSH for Excellence.
He was quoted as saying he
would again accept a similar
donation "if it's legal and there's
no bind and there's no un-
derstanding or obligation and it's
given for stated purposes."
BUSTAMANTE criticised
media reports about the con-
tribution, ssying they wars part
of "an ongoing attempt to in-
fluence the public to view gifts
from Arab sources as "^wirentrw
more different and more
questionable from other sour-
ces." Jackson took s leave of
sbsence from his position as hand
of PUSH for Excellence while he
"* the Democratic Presi-
dential nomination.
In 1979. Jackson
donation for PUSH .
Libyan government far
Bustsmante acknowl
the PUSH Foundation
received an anonvrooot
of $360,000 which
originsted through
IriBilii to the F,
Bustsmante said hi
the daU of the
donation.
Jackson has conn
from Jewish groups i
moat notably for Hi
embrace of PLO chat'
Arafat during s trip by
to the Middle E
ago, and
East i
for a
attribute!1 hi
critical of Zionism
stntsnaant that bs an i
tired of
Holocaust
accepted
Police Step Up Investigation
Of Attacks on Moslem Shrines
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The police are stepping
up their investigation of an
attempted attack on
Islamic shrines on the
Temple Mount following
the discovery of three more
hand grenades near the
Lions Gate at the eastern
entrance to the Old City.
The grenades were concealed in
s water container and are of the
same type ss the 18 grenades
tound on the Temple Mount
long with a large quantity of
nigh explosives. Those grenades
were also area"*? ^ bTOUhl to *
* by unknown intruders who
*>ped after Moslem guard.
sounded an alarm Police Sheve
he tIMu"lT Sabbatn- wh">
" lemple Mount would have
benn crowded wkhworshippir.
Jewish extremists are bald
nTrbeen* r^&J" "^
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found sre of th*
manufacture as the -
trapped grenades ducovew
Moslem and Christian '
shrines and institutioai:
Jerusalem area during t*|
few weeks
In those
telephone caller, clsimedil
calling itself Terror
Terror" was responsi
police sre not sure
organization exists
BUT THEY ssid thatl
quantity of grenades
plosives found on the ft
Mount improved the ch
tracking down the
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they are well-trained in tstl
xploarvee.
In Washington, U
Department condennaV
attempted attack on
shrines. State Dei
deputy spokesmsn
berg said: "We i .
condemn the senseless'
do wiolence to one oi
most sacred mosques
Growing Numbers Favor|
Concessions on W. Bank
favoring territorial rnn^.^,. M^fL West B
bad
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>niary 17,1964
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Port Laudtrdale
Page 5
Bonds honors Spewaks, others
id Maxine Spewak
tor Chiles to address
If erence on Aged
Lawton Chiles wll
conference on the aged
ci-ling the Needs of the
iis subject will be, "la
I Government Meeting
b of the Aged?"
jointly by the South
Region of United
of America and the
ward Midrasha of the
< in v for Jewish Edu-
if Jewish Federation
Kurt lauderdale, the
be covered on the
community and
H U-vels.
m J. Uittelson, Edu-
hrvctor of Jewish
11 lie n Weisberg,
itor of the North
lidrasha: Kranklyn D.
lUgion President fo
rnaoggue of America
Wishna, Director of
irnugogue of America
that this event will be
larch 25. at Temple
el. 7100 W Oakland
, Sunrise from 1-4 p.m.
xgram will include
i or needs commissions
[evaluate programs and
j needs in such areas as
Social Services,
Mil Kecreation and
lion. Parenting
Housing and
' Services. Information
fefwence "Meeting the
h- aged." is available at
Fthe most beautiful
anywhere salutes
ious celebration of
iliday of Liberation.
riil6Tues April 24
Irving Rogoff
and the
He Symphony Choir
i conducted by
I Clifford Nadel
ices Sedarim
Chaim
iraelEtrog
offer a program of
es and conduct
i during the hofiday.
mix
iQe New York 12428
*el 914 647*000
' your Travel Agent
Southeastern Kegion United
Synagogue of America 474-4606.
General chairman of the
Woodlands Israel Bonds Com-
mittee, Dr. Justin May, has
announced that Sidney and
Maxine Spewak will be the
honorees at the Woodlands
community annual Bonds for
Israel cocktail party to be held
from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday Mar. 4 at
Woodlands Country Club.
Tamarac.
Mr. Spewak chaired last year's
Bonds drive at Woodlands and
also serves as president of
Woodlands section 1. Mrs.
Spewak is active in the Woman's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale and
Women's American OUT.
Bayside reunion
Former residents of Bayside,
New York are planning their 15th
reunion with a luncheon and
dance to be bald at noon Sunday
Mar. 11 at Gibby's Restaurant,
Fort Lauderdale.
The "Bayaiders" is s group of
400 former residents from
Bayside, N.Y. who are now
residents of South Florida, but
meet regularly to keep up their
continuing friendships. To make
reservations for the reunion call
the Kirschbaum's at 972-0820,
the Hecht's at 722-6467, Edna
Urbont at 722-6475 or the
Posner s at 971-4063.
The Spewaks will receive State
of Israel Bonds Gates of Israel
Medal for their dedication and
strong commitment to the State
of Israel. Leo Kaplan is serving
as cocktail party chairman with
Hoz Entin. Gladys Sell, Mitchie
Librae. Babette May, and Stella
Pepper acting as Women's
Division chairpersons.
Other Bonds events and
honorees include.
TEMPLE SHOLOM
Dr. Milton Isaacson and Dr.
Philip Rubenstein, chairmen of
Temple Sholom's Bonds Com-
mittee, have announced that
Abraham and Frances Gersohn
will receive Israel's 35th
Anniversary Award at a break-
fast held in their honor at 10 a.m.
Sunday Mar. 4 at the Temple.
132 SE 11 Ave., Pompano Beach.
Kmil Cohen will entertain.
PALM AIRE
Robert L. Hester, chairman of
the Board of Florida Coast Bank
Inc., wil be honored at Palm-
Aire's annual State of Israel
Bonds dinner-dance to be held on
Sunday evening Feb. 26 at the
Palm-Aire Country Club. Hester
will receive the State of Israel
Silver Peace Medal for his
dedication to Jewish causes here
and abroad. Sam J. Kaplan,
president of B'nai Zion, wil act
as dinner chairman.
f
Abraham and Frances Gersohn
Robert L. Hester
FkischmannkMargarine and
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THE NEW YORK TIMES. FRIDAY, JANUARY II, in*
Study Backs Cutting Cholesterol to Curb Heart Disease Risk
By FHILir M. BOFFEY
WASHINGTON. Jan. 12
leeaarcNii today ininanrirl "the first
study to demonstrate caawtvstveiy"
that towering cholesterol levels in the
bloodstream reduced Ike rate of heart
tucks la a high-risk group of nnddle-
aaedsaea
The scientists had cooperated laa IS-
yeat. SUB million study sponsored by
the Federal Govenumatt that used a
potent cholesterol-lowering drag,
chotestyramtne They said the
substantially cut both Mead
levels and coronary heart disease hi
middle-aged men who started out with
very high cholesterol levels.
Basil M. RlfkJnd at the National
Heart. Lang, and Blood Institute, who
was project director for the research.
said the study demonstrated "that the
risk of coronary heart disease can be
reduced by
terot."
diet would also be beneficial
At the news ceadsraari. the
nsts cayttoeed that they were not urg-
ag vast asanbers of Americans to start
taking the drug, which is available by
*ssd
ihiasX use state
i ta redact ctete-
, and drug therapy only where that
seemed medically necessary
Although this study treated only mid
dHagai men with very high choles-
terol levels, the scientists suggested
that tens of millions of Americans who
have moderately elevated blood choles-
terol levels, including women and
younger men. could also reduce the
risk of heart attack by lowering their
cholesterol____________
The ssatfy was a
mute had bsaa"i
saJdAaSnsstM Gette,Jr
the Asaariraa Heart Aasorfcatlna. a an
chases*
George Lundberg. editor of The Jour
aal of the American Medical Aseocia
tea, which will publish two major
papers Iron the study fen its Jan
issue, predicted. "Thaw two articles
will be looked at 25 years from now as
the defuutiv* articles that secured the
iliulistarsl theory of coronary heart
The participating icieathdS sug-
gested that their findings could have
bread Implications. Although this
particular study rated primarily ea a
to reduce Mood cholesterol, the
Nearly t.BMMea
The study tavoived 3JH i
to SB, who had very high
IsstarM levels: at least 2B5 waits, well
above the averaae of about 21* tor that
X
that high, the institute said
The men m the study had no sign of
heart problems when the study started,
and the trial was dnigasrt to see
whether lowering Mood cholesterol
would prevail the later occurrence of a
heart attack.
Half of the men. randomly cheats,
ware given the chotsew rot-towering
drag while the other half received a
look-alike placebo Both groups were
alas Jaalim let! to follow a moderately
restricted diet aimed at lowering cho-
lesterol The aeon's health was mom
tored lor seven to 1 years
Both the diet and the drug clearly
lowered cholesterol levels Far a bnef
period when both groups were treated
through diet only, total
levels fell 3 i percent Then,
therapy was introduced,
teroi tell an additional 14 percent m the
group that received it os the first year.
There eras only a slight further dechae
in the group treated with diet only The
drug produced an even sharper reduc
tioa in low density lipoprott
terol. the type particularly
with coronary heart disease
Although that drop la cholesterol
levels was less than the sc lent isu had
expected, it produced a significant
drop m coronary heart disease, said
Robert I Levy, vice president for
health science at Columbia University.
one of the scientists speaking at the
news conference today at the National
InMitatat of Health in Bethesda, hid.
the view age Only about 5 percent ol the man m
through North America have cholesterol levels
The group treated with the drag es-
oaly 196 coronary heart
I attacks, well
Un recorded m the
la 241
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Frid
y.l
JCC plans Fashion Show,
Jewish Culture Week
The Jewish Community Center
of Greater Fort Lauderdale has
completed plans for a number of
events of interest to the entire
Greater Fort Lauderdale commu-
nity. Foremost is the third an-
nual Fashion Show to take place
from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday Feb. 26
at the Center. 6501 W. Sunrise
Blvd., Plantation.
Chairperson Rochelle
Krakower said that the fashions
will be furnished by Freckles, a
children's shop in Plantation.
Modeling the clothing will be 45
children of JCC members.
Entertainment at the event will
be provided by the Center's
School of Uance, under the direc-
tion of Cindy Dale Grossman.
Tickets for the Fashion Show
are $3 for members, $4 for non-
members, and SI tor children
The JCC has also announced
plans for the upcoming art show.
"Jewish Perspectives in Art.'
which will be in conjunction with
Jewish Culture Week taking-
place at the Center Mar 3
through 11. The Art Show will
feature works from such notable
artists as Chaim Gross. Kdna
Hibel. Zvi Raphaely. Julian
Feingold, and many others. A
Chaim Gross lithograph valued
at $500 will be raffled off on Un-
closing day of the show, Mar. 11.
A gala complimentary wine
and cheese reception is planned
to open the show at 8 p.m. Satur
day Mar. 3.
For information regarding the
above events call the JCC at 792
6700.
Kissinger to be honored
by BB International
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH WORKSHOP, a
program of icorkshops designed for the teachers
of the religious schools of North Broward, was
held recently at Ramat Shalom in Plantation. The
program uas coordinated by the Central Agency
fur Jewish Education iCAJEl of the Jeuish
ration of Greater Fort Lauderdale Par-
ticipants in the workshop included Abraham J.
Cittelson. CAJE'm director of
Harr, instructor at Temple Kol
Teicher, art historian; Rabbi Da
Knesset Israel Congregation;
Shiddell. Ramat Shalom; Leon
education director at Temple Beth |
S ha ham. Jewish National Fund ,
Pauline Potemkin, instructor at Koli
Former U.S. Secretary of Stale
Henry A. Kissinger will be
honored by Bnai B'rith Inter-
nationl on Wednesday, March 14
when the Jewish service organ-
ization presents him with its first
lnternationl Statesman Award.
The present at ion will be made by
Gerald Kraft, president of Bnai
B'rith, at the Breakers Hotel.
Palm Beach. Fla.
Kissinger, who was secretary
of state and advisor on nation!
security affairs to former Preai
dent Nixon, was awarded the
Nobel Peace Prize in 1973 for his
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and advisor to various govern
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tanks and a member of the
Harvard University faculty.
KISSINGER, who received his
BA. MA and PhD degrees from
Harvard University, is also a
prolific author on national secur-
ity and diplomatic affairs and
recently headed the bipartisan
government study on Central
America.
Proceeds from the $250-a-plate
dinner will help support H'nai
M nth s three youth service* the
Bnai B'rith Youth Organization
(BBYOI. Bnai B'rith llillel
Foundations and B'nai H'rith
Career and Counseling Services
(CCSI
BBYO, which has about 35.000
teenage members in a half dozen
countries, offers religious, educa-
tional, social and civic programs.
Bnai B'rith Hillel provides
similar activities to Jewish
students and faculty members on
some 400 college campuses. ('( S
offers testing and counseling to
people of almost all ages: young
sters planning to attend college,
adults moving into the job
market for the first or second
- time and retirees seeking to
keep busy during their sunset
years.
For tickets to or additional
information about the dinner.
o.ntact the H'nai B'rith Founda-
tion. 120 South Olive Avenue
Suite 511, West Palm Beach."
Fla.. 33401 or phone 655-652*.
Workshops to enhance Jewish awarei
planned by Hadassah's Mid-Coast Rei
Bm Tannenhaum. region
chairman of Jewish Kducation of
the Florida Mid (Oast Region of
Hadassah. has extended an open
imitation to the North Hroward
community to attend a day of
workshops dealing with the many
(nets of Judaism through film.
music, and shared dialogues at 10
am Wednesday Feb. 29 at
lemple Both Am. 7205 Royal
Nation's Young Leaders
meet Mar. 11-13
Delegates from the North
Broward area are expected to be
among the 3.000 young leaders
who will gather from Mar 11 to
13 in Washington DC at the
fourth annual national Young
Leadership Conference, spon
sored by the United Jewish Ap-
peal >oung leadership Cabinet I
The three-day conference will
focus.or,i the critical issues fanng
World Jewry today Conference
participants will have the on-
porturuty to meet w,,h major
Presidential candidates and will
receive briefings on domestic and
foreign affairs by high-ranking
members of the White House
staff, members of Congress, and
representatives of the State of
The theme of this year's con
ference is 'Linking Destinies."
Participants will examine rela
tionships between the United
States and Israel and assess the
problems which challenge- the
present and future leaders of
American and World Jewry.
Young leadership Cabinets of
L JA are composed of individual-,
between the ages of 25 to 40 who
are business and professional
leaders in their community and
who play a vital part in fund
raising and policy-making.
For further information con-
tact Lawrence Schuval. director
the Young Leaderahip
program at the Jewish Fedora
tK.r. of Greater Fort IsudertJaJe
at 748-8400. *
Palm Blvd Margate
Leading the vanowt
will be Dvora Fri._
discuss. "The Joy of ti
Home." Rabbi Kurt
Temple Beth Torah ail
"Joy in the Jewish Lai
Rabbi Paul Pkuku T
Beth Am will dnrakj
Woman. Jewish Jot I
Sexes." Abraham J.
the Central Agency ._
Kducation will dtsam,*
of Jewish Stud).
Shafran a sheliach
will discuss. My Ji
Personal Narrative.
Barbara (iokbu-in.
Hadassah chairman dl
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seminar.
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17,1964
vfQ
Tha Jewish Floridian of Ortattr Port LaudcrdaU
Page7
[de Holocaust Conference-Survivor Gathering set for Feb. 26-27 in Miami Beach
Holocaust
Gathering,
26 and Monday,
zii Beach, will be
(ices of the Amer-
of Jewish
rivers, the New
rganization that
year's historic
Washington which
survivors and
by President
Entitled "The
ility of the Past;
,- the Future." the
being sponsored
Institute for
lies of the Greater
Federation.
nal conference is
at because it will
us survivors
Ben Meed, presi-
nerican Gathering
Jocaust Survivors,
one of the most
js for such a
jse it is the home
lust survivors .
have the ultimate
responsibility of bearing witness
and perpetuating the memory of
the rich Jewish life and culture
destroyed by the Holocaust."
The conference will feature a
variety of workshops and
seminars approaching the
Holocaust and its meaning in
history from several perspec-
tives. A highlight of the event
will be a private showing of "The
Precious Legacy: Judaic Trea-
sures from the Czechoslovak
State Collections, which will be
on display at Miami Beach's
Bass Museum of Art.
Mark E. Talisman, the indiv-
idual most responsible for
bringing "The Precious Legacy"
to this country, will lead the
private showing of the exhibit
and is the conference's keynote
speaker. Chairman of Project
Judaica and Vice Chairman of the
U.S. Holocaust Council.
Talisman will discuss "The Pre-
cious Legacy: A Gift of Life."
Ironically, the collection of 350
artifacts, selected from 145.000
entration Camp Sites
d Saving, Bonn Told
H\LES IJTA) -
IV' iesenthal Center at
^ersity has urged the
r'est Germany's five
il parties to press
to ensure that all
I ration camp sites
try be preserved as
sea to the victims of
)caust.
[signed by Rabbi
dean of the Center
Abraham Cooper,
were sent sifter
lan Ambassador to
ites, Peter Hermes,
the Center that a
Ithe former Neuen-
entration camp and
center outside of
is being considered
for other purposes.
The letters, dated Jan. 30 to
coincide with the 51st anni-
versary of Hitler's rise to power
stated, in part, that conver-
sion of the Neuengamme camp
for other purposes "would send
the wrong moss age at the wrong
time (to! our youth
tomorrow's leaders and give
solace to those in Germany and
elsewhere who seek to whitewash
the unprecedented crimes of the
Nazi era."
Last year, the Wiesenthal
Center protested to Hamburg
city officials over proposed
changes at Neuengamme, where
over 50 percent of its estimated
106,000 inmates perished bet-
ween 1938 and 1945.
objects, was the result of the
Nazis' efforts to estabUah a
"museum to an extinct race."
In order to attract educators
from all parts of the state, the
second day of the conference will
focus on teaching the Holocaust,
with several workshops and panel
discussions geared to this end.
Some of the foremost authorkies
who will be conducting sessions
during the conference include:
Menachem Rosensaft, chairman
of the International Network of
Children of Holocaust Survivors:
Dr. Jack Kugelmass, professor of
Yiddish at the Max Weinreich
Center for Advanced Jewish
Studies-Yivo: Dr. Eli Pfeffar-
korn, professor at Tel Aviv
University and consultant to the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Council, Gene Greenzweig,
executive director of the Judaic
Studies Program at the Univer-
sity of Miami and Robert
Maland, vice chair of the South
Florida chapter of Children of
Holocaust Survivors.
Serving as conference co-chairs
are Dr. Fagin and M aland. The
conference's honorary chairman
are Jack Chester, Peter Goldring,
Harry A. (Hapl Levy, Rubin
Offenbach, David Schaecter and
Jacob Sheiniuk. Marc Pollick.
executive director of the Zachor
Institute, is the conference
director.
fas to "The Precious Leeracv" and
transportation. Conference meals
are extra. As the conference is
My Son,
The Knight!
Oil
pyso
ts t
Jewish mothers (and fathers) have traditionally boasted, and justifi-
, about their children's professional achievements. But in how many
H the world can a Jewish parent proudly proclaim: "Meet my son, 1
IGHT!"
Certainly Scotland must stand in the forefront. In recent
rs Scotland produced three Jewish Knights, two Jewish Mem-
of Parliament, a Lord Provost (mayor), and the only Jewish
-band in the entire world!
Of course Scotland's most famous product is scotch whisky,
d America's favorite scotch is JckB. >3ve carefully select the fin-
scotches and blend them for smoothness and subtlety. The
It is why we say that J&.B whispers.
Incidentally, you don't have to wait until your son becomes
night or your daughter a Dame in order to enjoy J&B. Any
ME J&RJtvvWrs.
Scotch VVriatty,C 1980 The Pa*llnglon Corp."
NY
expected
early
mended
to be well attended,
ations are
Medical aid for foreign
language speaking
persons available
The Broward County Medical
Association Auxiliary, West
Branch, as s public service, has
compiled a list of Broward
County physicians who are able
to communicate in a language
other than English.
The Association felt the need
for this service because there are
a number of individuals who
cannot communicate in English
sufficiently enough to obtain
medical help.
This list, which will be period-
ically updated, already includes
aid in at least 30 languages and
dialects. including. Hebrew,
Yiddish, Arabic, Korean, Greek,
and Russian.
The Association has also
identified medically oriented
The conference is being
sponsored in cooperation with:
Southeast Florida Holocaust
Memorial Center: Dade County
Public Schools: New American
Jewish Social Club; David Ben-
Gurion Culture Club: Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
and Judaic Studies Program,
University of Miami.
The conference will take place
at the Seville Hotel. 2901 Collins
Avenue, and participants will be
housed at the Sans Souci Hotel,
3101 Collins Avenue, and the
Versailles Hotel. 3526 Collins
Avenue. The registration fee is
$10, which includes the entrance
persons who are willing to act as
interpreters for Chinese, Finnish,
Canadian, French, Polish, and
Czechoslovak ian-speaking
persons.
Person needing the informa-
tion available may contact the
Broward County Medical Asso-
ciation which is open from 9 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m., Monday through
Friday. The list is also available
for emergency use in all Broward
County Hospitals.
Information about the list was
made available by Nancy G.
Goldberg, chairperson of the
International Health committee,
of the West Branch auxiliary of
the Broward County Medical
Association.
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Th* Jewish Floridian of Qrtattr Fort Lauderdaie
Page 9
UJ A Rabbinic Cabinet to visit Prague
and Israel on Feb. 19 Mission
re rabbis from
including Rabbi
liff of the Greater
lh Federation, will
the United Jewish
tinic Cabinet mission
Israel Feb. 19-26.
sub-mission to
after comple-
|srael portion of the
|to Rabbi Stanley M.
West Hartford.
Chairman of the
ibinet. "The mission
jsit izi' rabbis to the
the 1984 Campaign
them to become more
their local cam-
IOE FITS: Louise
inager of Le Brows*.
[Community Center's
is pictured with th*
jurtment's display of
for a special sale
Browse, located at
lie Rd. 7., Lauderdale
Us a furniture depart-
yiing department, and
tnt for accessories.
trties who would like
items to Le Browse
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learn together
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hips, gain m ^landing through
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ni in different
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Imp facilities, ac
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lions kibbutz lite.
language mstruc
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The intensive study mission
will focus on visits to key sites of
Jewish historical interest and
institutions funded by UJA-
Community Campaigns. Mission
participants will meet with
leaders of the remnant Jewish
community in Czechoslovakia
and key representatives of the
Jewish Agency and United Israel
Appeal in Israel.
In Prague, the itinerary will
include visits to the State Jewish
Museum which features the most
extensive collection of Judaica in
existence, a portion of which is
currently travelling around the
United States as the "Precious
Legacy;" services at the 700
year-old Alteneu Synagogue: a
visit to the Thereaienstadt
concentration camp and
memorial; and briefings by
European representatives of the
American Jewish Joint Distrib-
ution Committee (JDC).
In Israel, the program will
focus on visits to an absorption
center for Ethiopian Jews, a
Project Renewal neighborhood,
meetings with leading scholars
and educators from Israeli
universities and visits to JDC
funded settlement projects in the
Negev. Participants will also
have an opportunity to meet with
their rabbinic colleagues in
Israel.
Chairman of the UJA Rabbinic
Cabinet Mission is Rabbi
Matthew Simon of Rockville.
Maryland. Co-Chairmen are
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein of New
York City and Rabbi Bennett
Miller of New Brunswick, NJ.
AMERICAN ORT
FEDERATION President Alvin
L. Gray (left) receives congratu-
lations from Senator Christopher
J. Dodd of Connecticut upon the
beginning of his second year as
president of the American ORT
Federation at the organization's
annual national conference
banquet held recently in New
York where Dodd was guest
speaker. Some 500 delegates from
AOF chapters around the
country attended the three-day
conference.
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Pag* 10
Th^twJthFSriSanofTfrtattr Fort MudtrdaU
Chazon Mission
Bestseller list of Jewish books
WASHINGTON Based on
The photos shown below ware taken during the exciting Chazon sampling of Jewish bookstores in
Mission to Israel last month. cities across the Unitad States.
The B'nai B'rith International
Jtwish Monthly has selected in
its January issue the following as
best-selling books of Jewish
interest They are listed alpha
helically by title
HARDCOVER
Ben durum Prophet of Fire.
Dan Kur/.man Simon and Schus-
ter. $19.95. Biography of the first
prime minister of Israel.
The Golem Klie Wisest Summit.
$12.95. Illustrated retelling of the
classic story
In the Land of Israel Amos Oz.
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
$12.95. Conversations with a
variety of strong willed Israelis,
as recorded by the noted Israeli
novelist and short story writer
My Mother (iolda Meir.
Menachem Meir. Arbor House.
$16.95. A son s remembrance of
his famous mother.
A Vanished World Homan Yish
niac Farrar, Straus & Giroux.
$50 Stunning photographs of
Hasten Kuropean Jews between
the world wars
PAPERBACKS
Oatn to the Neu City Editad by
Howard Schwartz Avon 113.9
Music students getting ready for rehearsal in Kfar Saba.
Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon and Lisa Kritt netting ready to photograph
Israel scenes.
Rob Werner, St
JeffStreitfeld t,
Heide Fein, Gail and Al Capp, and Linda and
Breather on the top ofMasada.
Funeral services
less costly'now
than in 1981
The cost ol luneral Mn
has remained virtually CDBatatf
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compared with variations in the
rate of inflation." said Allred
(iolden, president of RJverskk
Memorial Chapels According to
the National Funeral Directors
Association, the average cost of a
total adult funeral in Florida in
1981 was $1,517 HowtVW,
Golden said that the highh
personalized professional services
and attention received has been
maintained at cuslomanlv hi*h
levels.
The cost of funerals include
professional services, facilities
transportation. and cask, is
supplied by the funeral establish
ment The industry has been
extremely conscientious about its
prloa structure." (,olden said,
"we will continue to hold the line
as long as it ,s economical
feasible
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Operation Action: Rescue horn
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The Precious Legacy. Editad by
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17.1964
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Port Lauderdale
Page 11
All
.bout
licare
nny Barrett, J.D.
ave one leg and I
pen specially made
never fit properly
tn without my leg
l/i-. / know that he
Medicare. I am
Bjr a leg made
Tm afraid that
htot reimburse this
1H'hat can I do?
A J Hollywood
|gested that you
office with your
Medicare benefits
Bi the first provider
rvice that he
ie you with. We
to Medicare and
recoup the money
[your new provider
pursed. Your new
I* very patient and
[would wait to get
Mil this mess was
II these bills that I
to my Blue Cross
\upplemental that 1
fork. However, they
lit back to me with
/hat am I doing
T H .Tamarac
supplemental in-
only pay you on
care has paid.
!u-> do not need
riginal doctor bills,
is a copy of the
)l Medicare benefits
exactly what
Medicare has paid on a particular
claim. We got those together for
you and you sent them up to New
York. From now on you know to
send them only the Medicare
explanations.
Q. My wife had surgery on her
eve and the surgeon charged her
$2500. We sent the claim into
Medicare and they allowed us
only $900 for which we got 80
percent. I don't think that is very
fair reimbursement. Isn't there
something we can do about it?
B.F.. Deerfield Beach
A. Anytime Medicare allows
leas than 50 percent of what the
doctor is charging, you should
question if the claim was paid
correctly. Just make a copy of the
explanation of Medicare benefits
and write that the claim was not
paid enough, please review. They
will send you an answer by mail.
If they still refuse to give you any
more money, call our office and
we will see if this claim is worthy
of a hearing. The hearings are
done locally and we may be able
to represent you.
This column it a service of the
Jewish Family Service of Brow-
ard County, a beneficiary agency
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. Ques-
tions or problems concerning
Medicare, supplemental in-
surance or HMO's should be
directed to anyone ofJFS three
offices: 736-3394 in Lauderdale
Lakes; 427-8608 in Deerfield
Beach; 96&0956 in Hollywood.
Let Agrees Stronger Measures
ided to Contain Terrorism
kLEM (JTA)
>inet has agreed
ly on stronger
maintain law
in the occupied
ind immediately
optical response
settlers.
elines for imposing
in Judaea, Samaria
te it clear that only
branches" will deal
jse law and order in
and no others
ved to act. Anyone
that directive will be
Cabinet resolution
appeared to be an
ig that the govern-
ot tolerate vigil-
part of the Jewish
>ELINES also pro-
mised that harsher measures
would be taken against anyone
throwing stones or Molotov
cocktails at Israeli military
personnel or civilians, a warning
aimed primarily at Arabs, Israeli
security forces In the territories
will be strengthened, the Cabinet
said.
Spokesmen for Jewish settle-
ments in the territories said there
was nothing new in the Cabinet's
decision. The question remains
how it will be implemented in
practice, they said. They wanted
to know what measures will be
taken to impose lsw and order
and what means of self-defense
the settlers will be allowed.
They demanded that a
definition of "self-defense" be
incorporated in the guidelines.
According to the settlers,
existing directives on the use of
fire anna by the settlers are
unclear.
THE HEBREW DAY SCHOOL OF
GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE conducted a
special Friday morning service recently com-
memorating nosh Chodesh, the first day of the
Jewish month of Adar. Rabbi Elliot Skiddell of
Plantation's Ramat Shalom explained to the
group of youngsters age three through twelve, the
origin of Rosh Chodesh. Pictured are Lesli
' Reinstein, daughter of Federation's UJA
Campaign chairman Joel Reinstein (left) reading
a portion of the Torah as Nathan Greene, Talmud
teacher for the school keeps her place. HDS is
located on the Perlman campus of the Jewish
Community Center, 6601 W. Sunrise Blvd.,
Plantation and like the JCC, is a beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale.
Hypertension
lecture Feb. 23
Imperial Point Medical Center,
6401 N. Federal Highway, Fort
Lauderdale, is presenting a
session about America's number
one health problem, Hyper-
tension, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
Feb. 23 in the hospital audit-
orium. The session will be con-
ducted by Dr. Robert Meigs.
The series of 12 lectures will
continue on Thursday Mar. 1
with a discussion about Coronary
Artery disease entitled, "Getting
to the Heart of it." conducted by
Dr. Michael Chizner at the
hospital. For further information
contact Imperial Point Medical
Center at 772-9000.
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Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg.
Federation 748-8400
FRIDAY FEB. 17
B'nai B nth Women-Hope Chap-
tar: Noon. Meeting and "Bagel
Break."Jeanne Max will enter-
tain. Deicke Auditorium, 5701
Cypress Road. Plantation. 792-
6448.
SATURDAY FEB. 18
Temple Beth Am. Parents Aeao-
ciatioa: 8 p.m. Production of
"Bye. Bye Birdie." Tickets $6 for
adults. S3.50 for children At
Temple. 752-6097 or 972-9295.
SUNDAY FEB. 19
Temple Beth Israel of Deerfield
Beach. Sisterhood: 8 p.m.
Lecture Series. Guest speaker:
Dr. Ruth Gruber. author and
lecturer.
Temple Emaaa-EI: 3 p.m.
Concert Series: Lybi Bauer-Flute
and Harpist Charlene Conner will
perform.
Temple Beth Israel of Saarise: 8
p.m. All-star show featuring
Duke Daniels and Lou Delin.
Donation S3. 742-4040 or 741
2579.
Knights of Pythies Founders'
Day. 10th Pythian District
picnic. Quiet Waters Park. Deer
field Beach.
Oakbridge Village UJA: 8 p.m.
UJA Rally For Israel. Oakbrook
Village Clubhouse.
Oriole Gardens UJA: 10 a.m.
UJA breakfast honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Mickey Danberg. Danny
Tad more entertainer.
Pompano Beech UJA: 10 am.
UJA Brunch. Temple Sholom.
132 SE 11 Ave Pompano Beach.
Cypress Chase UJA: 10 a.m.
Combined Cypress Chase (A. B.
C. D-Northl UJA breakfast.
Eddie Sc naffer to entertain.
Temple Beth Israel. Sunrise.
Lime Bey UJA: 10 am. UJA
Breakfast. Lime Bav Clubhouse
Pine Island Ridge UJA: 4-6 p.m.
UJA Wine and Cheese function.
Pine Island Ridge Clubhouse.
Wynmoor Entertainment Center
Theater: 7:30 p.m. and Monday.
Feb. 20 Performance: The
Mikado. Wynmoor Savoyards.
Wynmoor Entertainment Center
Theater.
Temple Beth Am. Parents Asso-
ciation: 3 pm. Production of
"Bye. Bye Birdie." Tickets *5 for
adults. $3.50 for children. At
Temple. 752-6097 or 972-9296.
MONDAY FEB. 20
Temple Kol Ami. Sisterhood: 8
p.m. Meeting. Topic: Women in
Religion. 472-1988.
Oakland Jewish Center of
Qneeas: 12:30 p.m. Reunion of
former members and Oakland
residents. Tamarsc Jewish
Center. 742-7920.
Ramat Shalom: 8 p.m. Midrssha
Lecture. Speaker Arthur D.
Chotin.
Hebrew Coagregatioa of Lander
hill. Sisterhood: Noon. Meeting.
Luncheon and card party.
ORT Sunverrary Chapter: 8 p.m.
Meeting. Sunrise Savings and
Loan. 9001 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. 741-1712.
Palm Aire UJA: 9 a.m. Golf. 6
pm. Dinner. UJA Function. Palm
Aire Spa.
Braadeis University Natioaal
Women's Committee-1 nverrary
WoodUadsChapter: Noon.
Luncheon. Speaker: Dr. Murray
Msssin. Donation 6 12.50. Wood
mont Country Club 4864)796.
B'nai B'rkh Saarm Ledge: 7:30
K. Meeting. Speaker: Howard
man. County Commissioner
Whiting Hall. 6767 NW 24 St..
Sunrise.
HADASSAH:
liana Hawaiian Garden.
Noon. Israel Education Services
Lunch. Inverrary Country Club
485-2765.
A viva Oakland Estates Chap
tar Noon. Meeting. Oakland
Estates Social Center. 4200 NW
41 St.. LauderdaleUkas.
TUESDAY FEB. 21
Chayim
Noon. Meeting and
mini-lunch. Deicke Auditorium.
5701 Cyreas Road. Plantation.
ORT Wynmoor Chapter: 8:30
a.m. Bus trip with Dr. Sam
Brown. Stops include "The
Precious Legacy" at the Bass
Museum in Miami Beach and The
ORT School. 973-8122.
Pioneer Women Na'amat
Nat any a Chapter of Margate:
Bus trip to view "The Precious
Legacy" at the Bam Museum.
Miami Beech and Fort Lauder-
dale Museum. S12. 973-1464
B'NAI BRITH
WOMEN:
Laaderhil Chapter: Noon Joe
Katon. director of Yiddish
Theater in South Florida will
dramatize "The Life and Times of
Paul Muni." Castle Recreation
Center.
Margete Chapter: Noon.
Meeting. Book review of "Ellis
Island" given by Annie
Ackerman. Temple Beth Am.
7205 Royal Palm Blvd.. Margate.
Temple Kol Ami Brotherhood 8
p.m. Grand National Poker
Championship. At Temple. 8200
Peters Road. Plantation. 581
0834.
WEDNESDAY FEB. 22
Federation Foundation of
Jewish Phlaathronms: 4 p.tn.
Meeting. Ernst and Whinney.
One Financial Plaza. Fort
Lauderdale.
Laaderdale Oaks. UJA: 8 p.m.
Rally for Israel. Clubhouse.
Dsde-Broward Lupus Founda-
tion: 7 p.m. Meeting and bir-
thday celebration of the chapter
Speakers: Carol Bogarth. Park
way nutritionist and Jeff Parker,
pharmacist. Parkway Regional
Medical Center. 474-2280
B'aai Brith Concord Lodge: 730
p.m. Meeting. Broward Federal.
6736 N. University Dr.. Tamarsc
722 2310 or 726-1668.
B'nai B'rkh Women-Leoah
Council: 12:30 p.m. Meeting
Multi purpose Building. Plan
tation Central Park. NW 2nd St
ORT:
Woodmont Chapter: Noon
Luncheon and Fashion Show.
Donstion $18. Wooodmont
Country Club 722-8216 or 722
6633
lauderdale West Chspter:
Noon. Meeting. Sarah Filner will
present an impersonation of
Katherine Hepburn. Mini lunch
Deicke Auditorium. 5701 Cypress
Road. Plantation. 472-6332
Inverrary Chspter: 11:30 am
Meeting Inverrary Country
Club. 3840 Inverrary Blvd
Lauderhill.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
FOR ISRAEL:
Margate Chapter: 11:30 a.m.
Luncheon snd card party.
Donation $5. Duff's Rest au rant
9712509 or 974-1648.
Tree of Ufe-Plaatatioa
Chapter: Hp.m Membership tea.
Speaker: Linda Anapolsky.
national director 473-8247.
Boaaventnre Chanter: 10 a.m.
New members coffee Home of
Fifi Segal. 389-5890 or 389-4257
Jewish Wsr Veterans-Wm
Kretchman Ladies Auxiliary: 1
p.m. Installation of officers.
Broward Federal Savings and
Loan. 3000 N University Dr.
Sunrise 972-5141.
Synagogue of Inverrary Chabad:
7: 30 p.m. Speaker Rabbi Edward
Davis, speaker of the Congre-
gation of Young Israel. Holly-
wood, will discuss his recent trip
to Russia. At Synagogue of
Inverrary Chabad 748-1777.
THURSDAY FEB. 23
B'nai Brith Pompano Lodge: 8
p.m. Meeting. Palm Aire Country
Club. East Dining Room. 551 S
Pompano Pkwy.. Pompano
Beach
Margete. UJA: 10 a.m. Break-
fast-featuring 10 participating
condos. Danny Tadmore will
entertain Temple Beth Am.
Margate
ORT Sunrise West Chapter:
11:30 s.m Luncheon and card
party. Donation S5. Oceania
Chinese Restaurant. 10011
Sunset Strip. Sunrise.
Hadeasah Pompano Beach Chai
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Book
review "Auerbach Will" written
by Stephen Birmingham and to
be presented by Elm Marks.
Pompano Beach Recreation
Center.
B'nai Brith Women Bermuda
Club Chapter: Noon Luncheon
and card party Bermuda Club-
Beth Am
topresent
'Bye, Bye Birdie9
The Parent* Association ol
Temple Beth Am. 7205 Royal
Palm Blvd. Margate. is
producing the popular broadway
musical. "Bye, Bye Birdie The
play will be shown at h pm
Saturday Feb. 18 and 25 and at 3
pm Sunday Feb. 19 and 26
Tickets are $5 lor adults. $3.50
for children with proceeds to
benefit the Temple's Hebrew
SC.^,1 For llckel ">'rrr>ation
call Elaine Sandak at 752 6097 or
Paulette Ballin at 972-92%
The Temple has also planned
two Passover sedars for Apr 16
and 17 Services will be con
ducted by Rabbi Plotkin or Rabbi
(.eld In. in* (irossman will lead
in the songs and liturgy For
information snd reservstions call
the 1 emple office si 974-8650
STATE OF
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Free Seas of Israel Fort
dale Lodge: 7:30 pm Mettamg.
Whiting Hall. NW 68 Ave. and
24 St Sunrise.
Imperial Point Medical Ceater:
7:30 p.m. Speaker: Dr. Robert
Meigs. internist, will discuss
Hypertension Our Number
One Health Problem Imperial
Point Medical Ceater Audi-
torium. 6401 North Federal
Hwy Fort Lauderdale.
FRIDAY FEB. 24
Workmen'a Cade-Greater Laa-
derdale Breach: 1 p.m. Nat
Zumoff will lecture and present
Jewish folk music. Catherine
Young Margate Library, 5810
Park Dr.. Margate.
SATURDAY FEB. 25
Oakbrook Village Coadommiam:
8 pm Paul Wayne Revue.
Donation *4 Oakbrook Village
Clubhouse. 8200 SW 24 ~N.
Uuderdale. 722-0410.
Temple Emaae-El: 6:30 p.m.
Auction, dinner and Hniyjng to
the sounds of the Invaders, a
Calypso band 473-4686.
Temple Beth Am. Pavaate Aaea-
ciatioa: 8 p.m. Production of
Rye. Bye Birdie Ticketa 65
adults. 63.50 children At
Temple 752 6097 or 972 9296.
SUNDAY FEB. 26
Concord Village. UJA: 10 am
Breakfast Temple Beth Torah.
Tamarac.
Holocaust Sarvivers of Seatk
Florida: 2 p.m. Three hour all
star extravaganza Donation
9.50. 67.50. 66. 85. Omni Audi-
torium. BCC North Campus
1000 Coconut Creek Blvd.. Pom
pano Beach
Community "-'-'m !*Ulii
Members: Feb. 26-29. National
Jewish Community Rotations
Advisory Council INJCRACl
40th Anniversary Plenum. Hilton
Hotel. Washington. D.C
Paradise Gardens III. UJA: 3
P-m Cocktail party. Home of
hngeimeyer's
Palm Springs I. UJA: 10 a.m.
Breakfast Speaker William
KaUberg. columnist of Jewish
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Unit: 8 p.m. hit.
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B'nai-B'not Mitzvah
RAMAT SHALOM
David Goldberg, son of Sandi
and Alan Goldberg of Plantation,
will be called to the Torah in
honor of his Bar Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning Feb. 18
service at Ramat Shalom in
Plantation.
WEST BROWARD
JEWISH CONGREGATION
The Bar Mitzvah of Scott
Novak, son of Sharon and
Michael Novak of Plantation, will
be held at the Saturday morning
Feb. 1H service at the West
Broward Jewish Congregation in
Plantation.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Rachel Matz. daughter of Mrs.
Elaine Matz of Coral Springs and
Robert Matz of Baltimore. Md.
will become a Bat Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning Feb. 18
sen-ice at Temple Beth Am in
Margate.
At Temple Beth Am s
Saturday morning Feb. 25
senkx'. Eric Rubinstein, son of
Sherrie and Ronald Rubinstein of
Coral Springs, will become a Bar
Mitzvah.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
The Bat Mitzvah celebration of
Alison Fischer, daughter of Rita
and Richard Fischer of Coral
Springs, will be held at the
Friday evening service Feb. 17 at
Temple Beth Torah in Tamarac.
The following morning, David
Kinder, son of Ruth and Ira
Kinder of Sunrise, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning Feb. 18 service at
Temple Beth Torah
The Bat Mitzvah of Lori
Charles, daughter of Sandra and
Jerome Charles of Coral Springs,
will be held at the Friday evening
Feb. 24 service at Temple Beth
Torah
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
SUNRISE
Naomi Housman. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Housman of
Plantation, will be called to the
Torah in honor of her Bat Mit-
zvah at the Friday evening Feb.
24 service at Temple Beth Israel
in Sunrise.
The following morning, at the
Saturday morning Feb. 25
service, Wayne Handler, son of
Mr. and Mrs Henry Handler of
Sunrise will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Israel.
The Bar Mitzvah celebration of
Fric I-evinr, 8D0 >>( I)r and Mrs.
Kenneth LarVaM of Plantation,
will be held at the Saturday
morning Feb. 1* service at
Temple Beth Israel
TEMPLE BETH ORR
The Bat Mit/\ah of Krai.cie
Schaffer. daughter of Judy and
Marvin Behalf* of (oral
Springs, was held at the
Saturday morning Fab, 4 tan in
at Temple Beth Orr, Coral
Springs
Mark Sriden. son of Kochcllc
and Martin Seiden of Coral
Springs, and Maria Arnold,
daughter of Kileen Arnold of
Coral Spring! were called to the
Torah in honor of their B'nai
Mitzvah at the Saturday mor-
ning Fab 11 service at Temple
Bath Orr.
TEMPLE EMANU EL
Peter Zuckerman. son of
Michelle and Joseph Zuckerman
of Tamarac. will become a Mar
Mitzvah celebrant at the
Libraries offer various programs
The Broward County Library
System is offering a number of
programs to the public, free of
charge, at various branches
around North Broward. Among
them are the following:
At N. Lauderdale Branch. 6601
Blvd. of Champions, N.
Lauderdale.
Cathi Koste. a representative
of Conk in' Good Chicken, will
share nutrition tips and recipes at
2 p.m. Thursday Feb. 23.
At Catherine Young Margate
Branch. 5810 Park Dr.. Margate.
At 7 30 p.m. Wednesday Feb.
22 nature photojournalist Bill
Thomas wiU show slides and
discuss photography and writing.
Robert Froman. retired bio-
chemist, will discuss antibiotics
at 2 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 22.
At Lauderhill City Hall Complex
Branch. 2000 City Hall Dr ,
Lauderhill.
\tt.inn> Richard Kaplan will
discuss wills and probate at 2
p.m. Thursday Pah 28.
At 2 p.m. Wednesday Fab 22
Diet (enter Counselor Janet
Wiins will discuss Finding
Health and Happiness in the
Grocery Store."
At Lauderdale Lakes Branch.
3521 NW 43 Ave.. Lauderdale
Lakes.
Jewish humorist and radio
personality Oscar Goldstein will
entertain at 2 p.m. Tuesday Feb.
At West Regional Branch, 8601
W. Broward Blvd., Plantation
At 7 p.m Wednesday Feb. 22
Dr. Barry Charles will speak on
the reversal of aging through
Transcendental Meditation.
At Tamarac Branch. 8601 W.
McNab Rd.. Tamarac.
Rare book expert Jack Tannen
will speak at 7 p.m. Monday Feb.
20.
At 7 p.m. Thursday Feb. 28
attorney Mayer Gattegno will
discuss personal injury and the
law.
The Jewish Book Review
Series will feature Fred Mustard
Stewart's novel /-.'//is Island at 1
p.m. Tuesday Feb. 21. Reviewing
the novel will be Irving Tabach-
nikov of the l.L Feretz Schule.
At Sunrise Branch. 6600 Sunset
Strip. Sunrise.
At 6:30 p.m. Monday Feb 20
graphologist Marc Allen will
discuss handwriting analysis.
At Baal Regional Branch. 1300
E Sunrise Blvd.. Fort Lander
dale
Author Stephen Birmingham
and Gene Young, an editor at the
publishing house of Little, Brown
and Co., will discuss the author
editor relationship at 7 ill n ni
Monday Feb 20
Organizations
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
Sunrise
Duke Daniels, international
singer, and harmonica virtuoso
Lou Delm will perform at S i
Sunday Feb. 19 at Temple Beth
Israel. 7100 V\ Oakland Park
Blvd.. Sunrise Donation is $3
and all seats are raearved. For
further information contact the
Temple office at 742-4040 or Joe
Becker at 741 2579.
TEMPLE EMANU EL
Gordon La I* will act as auc-
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the same compassionate guidance, concern and dedi-
cation in South Florida in these locations
MENORAH CHAPELS:
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945-3939
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742-6000
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WEST PALM BEACH- 9321 Memorial Park Rd -
627-2277

Gratch Mandei
Hartman Miller
.V,.'
\knoruh Chapels
twneoi u [-ample I
holds an auction and dinner on
'[' r'el 25 al the [emple,
Wand Park kk,i
rort Lauderdale \t 6 10 ,, ,
there will be a preview ol
"I as cocktails I
,M Berved m with th.
auction beginning at H 30 p m
"' invader. Calypeo Hand
will emertam Donation! of
antique- boats, cara, jeweln
*"rks ol art. or turn.tun .,
currently being accepted lot u
auction ir further information
lemplaoffici tl 731 2310
ITMPI.KBKTHORK
> '!' the direction ol Bi
5*2 remph Beth On *
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"* 19H4 ofbeers
kchulman, treasurer n2L
Greenberg. linincJSS
* Fbil Weinberg^S"*:
Ponding secretary *" Wnm
Saturday morning Feb. 18
service at Temple Kmanu-EI.
lauderdale 1-akes
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B not Miuvah celebration
of Rebecca Barken, daughter of
Linda and Robert Barken of
Plantation and Beth Bliehy,
laughter of Cheryl and Bruce
I desk v of Plantation, will be held
at the Friday night Feb. 17
service at Temple Kol Ami,
V
PWation.
The lollowia,
f1*** Feb* 1
Jgre. deughte,;
Howard KaytofRj
hecuedu.tbeTJ
her Bat MiUvsh,,.
Jennifer Trap*., i
Li"^ and C
Plantation, will,
Mitzvah at the
^aiTernci|(J
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Sarvleoa: Monday throufh Friday M a.m p m Prtau'Hal
p m Saturday lim.lpn; auSMhiy am 8pm
KabblEmarttua. "- "iliiaiaTitd Taalu anka, "''
imrpu: beth ikrael <7u-4e*ai. nee w. Oakland Paiti
SSJIS Sarvla: Monday owougtiTSwraday m pm
pm Spm : Saturday a a an ; aunday t a m 5 pm
lAk*1W. fmtmr Maartc* Dm.
TEMPIX SITH BUAEL OT DKERFOELO BCMM (Utt
Century Blvd.. DMrflaM Baach aatdl. Bilitlii Bunday taiieej
am. S p.m rnday laU nrfK. p m ; Baturday I it i .
lixhttngumc --"^ r "JTiT.ri
TEMPIX BETH TORAH (Ttl-TaM). NW BTth R., _
Sarvlcoa: Sunday throufh Friday M) am I p m UU rnarl
pin Saturdays Mim.lpm RakMRarlP *m>
TEMPIX B'NAI MOaaiB IS4S4RMI.MM BE krd SI
VrvWM: Friday ft p m Ra*M Morrta A. Bk*a>.
TEMPIX SH* *RAV TXEINCR <7l-M> *_
aunn msii 8*r>ka: Bunday throuih Friday I am S n \M
MT\nrj. ,u Saturday Ma m Mp m f^ator Jark MaHaaj
TEMPIX NH Monday through Friday S 45 am *vanln. Moodiy M
Ma> at ft pm Friday rvcninc at S Baturday and Sundll
Samuti April Cantor Samuel Ranter
' on '.KM. mON BETH HIUXL or MARGATE ^74 Mi _
MarraU-lSOM Barvtaeai Sunday through Kr-davft U.aJ
>JiirPrMa>.rvireipm Saturday l:am SKpm
Msttnrr tutorJorKehea.
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pm Saturday ft 48 a m
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P m Saturday k a m ft So p m SUidy group* Mtn SM*M*|
rvici ,,men Tueadaya 8 pm. Raaei Area Lieharmaa.
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' a m Tuoaday. Thuroday T 18 p <"/
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17,1964
The Jewiah Floridian of Greater Fort LauderdaU
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ih women.
past and future
the Covenant. By
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24,1964
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Page 13
iarak Wants Concessions
Himself a recipient of grand
Israeli concessions in the form of
the Sinai Peninsula and its
Israeli-desiKned oil wells, he
nvisions "more Israeli con-
cessions yet this time for the
Palestinians for whom Mubarak
can be a hero, so long as they
stay out of Egypt.
i Page 4
of course, en-
?resident a own
regard before-
linistration an-
[ a troop with
that, in
tty much the
bad already been
it could spur
litiative" for the
only Jordan's
aid be convinced
[of this was clear
[forehand, then
l come?
Israel. The sad
[in Israel, similar
being reached,
^t anybody would
Dcket attacks on
originally in-
1982 invasion of
[ the memory of
I seems sufficient
elis committed to
(ration.
can. they say,
force to South
be, once they
[centers of power
vacuum left by
|7ir ally. Maj. Saad
argument that
jfull> llkt' the
j's own rationale
Withdrawal back to
ng the Lebanese
lakes sense. The
las much life and
as any western
I ndeed, their
|t they have more
afford, and they
i any of it.
kl.I.KI. experience
liter all. the U.S.
)aii(in with some
ol its own about
to Lchanon by
to terrorism. We
the utter hope-
|r intentions after
worldwide chorus
tmst the Israelis
.hip Yasir Arafat
[the Syrian-Soviet
ihaium. We were
[e\ en handed. My,
Id love us there in
I Arafat's neck in
|Bume way that the
ed Nations later
M. We demanded
L'lis guarantees of
for the defeated
the Damascus
i to their country.
[ neutralized the
lilitary successes of
I>?banon. we sent
in our Marines, expecting Arab
gratitude. We had chastized the
Israelis for exercising their
military power to destroy
Palestinian terrorism. We
exercised none of our own.
Our reward was the Palestinian
terrorism that killed some 250 of
our Marines in the attack last
Oct. 21 on their compound in
Beirut. Right then and there, we
decided to quit.
AMERICA'S bitter experience
was clearly, therefore, not en-
tirely its own. In suffering our
own disillusionment* in Lebanon,
we guaranteed that the Israelis
would suffer some themselves.
And so today it is not only the
Americans who want out of
Lebanon. It is the Israelis who
want out, too.
Hut everyone understands that
it is not as easy for the Israelis to
make such a decision. From the
American point of view, I am
reminded of the early days in
World War II. when the
Japanese were beating our brains
out in the Pacific, and the
comedian Henry Morgan offered
us a much-needed witticism to
help sustain us in our misery.
A retreat, said Morgan, which
we just happened to be doing a
lot of in those days, is really a
strategic advance to the rear. The
fact is that Henry Morgan's
satiric definition applies perfectly
to Mr. Reagan's originally-stated
intentions about a Marine with-
drawal from Beirut before the
public relations men in the White
House took over to "explain"
what the President really meant.
THE MARINES were leaving,
but the Marines were not leaving.
The Marines would remain off-
shore to honor all of our original
commitments to the Gemayel
regime even if that regime drops
dead right in the middle of our
honoring it. The Marines would
simply depart to be safe from
terrorist attack. The Marines
would t* back ashore as soon as a
United Nations Force can be
placed in Lebanon in their stead.
Anyway you look at it, we have
not left Lebanon. We have simply
advanced out of Lebanon, and we
may return.
These fantasies are being
restated by the Israelis them-
selves for their own home con-
sumption. For Israel, too, the
notion of a "terrorist" struggle
with have-nots becomes in-
creasingly unappealing as it also
becomes clear that fire-power and
naked high-technology and
sophisticated military savvy
neutralize nothing. But Israel has
no such real options open to it for
withdrawal as are available to the
United States.
MORE THAN anybody. Hosni
Mubarak knows this. Mubarak in
Washington, himself on a
tightrope between haves and
have-nots at home, has come to
press for Israeli concessions in
the cause of peace in Lebanon
that would disguise our defeat
there. Remembering Henry
Morgan, we can advance
splendidly to the rear; no such
alternative is available to the
Israelis, who already suffered
katyusha attacks in the Galilee
last week that forced their planes
to scramble against the Syrians
lor the first time in a long time.
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Friday, p.
CHAPLAINCY COMMISSION of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, in conjunction with the Chabad Lubavitch
organization of Broward County, and Florida Medical Center, will
begin sending Sabbath greetings and flowers to Jewish patients at
Florida Medical Center on Fridays. Rabbi Nathan Friedman, Rabbi-
in-residence at the Medical Center said that the hospital visitation
program is designed to cheer patients up and to let them know that
there are people who are thinking about them. Chabad Lubavitch, an
organization composed of volunteers that recently branched out into
Broward County, will do the visiting. Pictured (left to right) are Rabbi
Sinai M. Bobrowsky. executive director of Chabad Lubavitch; Rabbi
Nathan Friedman of Florida Medical Center who was recently named
"Chaplain of the Year"; and Rabbi Joseph Biston, director of
programs and activities of Chabad Lubavitch.
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Mar. 11 at Gibby's Restaurant.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 11
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communities in
wgate Area, held
I Club champagne
it benefit of the
Appeal with
tzberg, Jewish
list and chairman
Margate Area
speaking to the
the model home
members of the
taded by Jacob
rh planned the
raiser, are pic-
Burech, Tony
TY OF FELLOWS
thairman is Jerome
poUywcod. founder
tddlng Co. in Chi-
a ctl Id I'litrida in
tame the owner of
King franchises.
it of the appoint-
id, b i f.lonathan I.
'nun of thi' Florida
ml itf the Anti-
league. He noted
ted a bachelor's
degrees at North-
uversity working
foral degree in inter-
Motions at Johns
m it (i scholar o/
Mory and language
/ activist.
YOU TRIED
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Myrna Kleinman, Ruth Burech,
Dorothy Rosen, Shirley Mass,
Ruth Levine, Gert Mazur, Roz
Gold far b. Others on the com-
mittee include Jean and Gilbert
Addis, Evelyn and Murray
Greenberg, Helene and Sam
Gross, Roz and David Hazen,
Thelma and Sam Spiegel. Grace
and Norman Seedman.
Co-chairing the committee are
Shirley and Stanley Kass, and
Betty Kushner. They and the
Berlins, the Burechs, the
Manzolinas and the Sorkins
served as hosts for the evening.
SharetheVision
The Jewish Gypsy 'appears atBCCFeb. 25-26
'The Jewish Gypsy," starring
Mary Soreanu, is the latest
Broadway Yiddish theatre
production. The show, with some
English narration, is a story of
young love when a gypsy girl
falls in love with a young Rabbi.
Directed by Michael Greenstein,
the play will be performed at 8
p.m. Saturday Feb. 25 and at 2
and 7 p.m. Sunday Feb. 26, at
Bailey Concert Hall on the
central campus of BCC, 3501 SW
Davie Road, Davie.
Described aa "schmaltzy,
lively, entertaining," by the
Daily News, tickets for "The
Jewish Gypsy" are priced from
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calling 475-6884.
Mary Soreanu,
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Shaw honored for fiscal responsibility
Congressman E. Clay Shaw (R
Fla) was presented with the
Golden Bulldog Award by the
Watchdogs of the Treasury, Inc.,
for his voting efforts to keep
federal spending down and thus
avoid waste and burdensome
deficits, the Watchdogs an-
nounced today. It was the
Congressman's second Bulldog
Award.
The Award is presented an-
nually to those members of
Congress who vote for fiscal
responsibility in government at
least 75 percent of the time,
based on the "Economy Voting
Record," a compilation of
selected congressional votes pub-
lished by the Congressional Staff
Directory Limited, an indep-
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Golden Bulldog trophies were
presented to 175 members of
Congress 139 in the House of
Representatives and 36 in the
Senate. The percentage of total
recipients, 33 percent, was down
from last year's total of 39
percent.
Watchdogs of the Treasury is a
nonpartisan organization whose
award for fiscal integrity in
government is presented on an
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TWeuSniomfcw ofGrtattr Fort Lauderdal*
Woodmont UJA dinner hits record high
The 1984 UJA campaign in the Woodmont com-
munity reached new heights with a capacity turnout of
nearly 200 Woodmont residents at the fund-raising
dinner Feb. 12 in the Woodmont Country Club. Chaired
bv Walter Nematein. Louis Coiker and Mo Wit-
tenberg. the Woodmont UJA committee hailed the
event aa the most successful ever in that area.
Israel Amiui. Israeli TV producer and """rjue*
speaker, delivered an emotnal appeal fcf hnana.1
help for the agencies through the UJA fund* con
tnbuted to the Jewish Agency in fo-,.1
improve the quality of Ufa for man-?
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Week beginning
[we hope to have all
kunity fund-raisers
tat time."
events on the
^e next few days are
GARDENS
Chairman Irving
sports the commu-
Ann and Sam
limum contribu-
cocktails event at
ly Feb. 26 at the
[ and Samuel Engel-
ite with William
ker.
IGS I: Chairperson
reports her com-
ignizing all the
community with
Honor for their
to the State of
a.m. breakfast at
^rings I Clubhouse
also speaking
VILLAGE: Also
eb. 26 for a Sunday
eakfast are the
oncord Village with
chairman, reporting
tein, humorist, as
r when the residents
St together at Tamarac Jewish
nter.
DEVELOPERS AND ALLIED
PROFESSIONS: The first ever
dinner meeting of this group on
behalf of the UJA will be at 6:30
p.m. Wednesday Feb. 29 at the
Bahia Mar Hotel, Fort
Lauderdaie. Co-chairmen Mark
Levy of Oriole Homes, Richard
Finkelstein of Melwood Corp.,
and their dinner committee of
Paul Lehrer of Stiles and Lehre,
Jeff Lichtenstein of Condo-
minium Guide, Sandy Shapiro of
Isles of Inverrary, and Drew
Waldman of Villager Town-
homes, anticipated for their 120
couvert per person dinner with a
minimum commitment of $100 to
UJA 84
OAKLAND HILLS: Also a
1100 commitment to UJA' 84 ia
the minimum for attendance by
Oakland Hills residents when
their honor Sophie and Arnold
Katner at a dinner dance 7 p.m.
Saturday March 3 at the Hilton
Hotel, Fort Lauderdale's Gait
Ocean Drive.
PALM LAKES: Chairpersons
Arthur and Alt* Rose report the
community is honoring Sol Giller
at a breakfast at 10 a.m. Sunday
March 4 at the Clubhouse with
Eddie Schaffer featured.
PINE ISLAND RIDGE: Charles
Bloch ia chairing a large com-
mittee of Pine I aland Ridge
residents for the annual UJA
evening at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
March 4 in the Ridge Room in the
community's clubhouse.
ARAGON: Reservations are
being accepted by a committee
headed by Lillian and Larry
Mines for the 11 a.m. Brunch
Sunday March 4 in the commu-
nity's clubhouse with Larry
Schuval, director of Federation's
Community Relations Com-
mittee, as speaker.
Ocean Mile rallies
[ar. 11 UJA brunch
longtime active
the annual UJA
been appointed
the Gait Brunch
>n Sunday, March
Lauderdaie Beach
In accepting his
(Rauch, well known
ties on behalf of the
organization and
stressed the im-
ittending this 8250
Hit.
ve always been
r the care and well-
fellows. Our March
allow those who
already contributed
cause, the oppor-
>rate that continue-
to chairing this
has been the co-
falong with John
time Federation
I officer of the Ocean
m for 1984.
speaker at this
be Israel A mi la i,
t vision producer,
tthor, lecturer and
raveler following his
| captain in the Israel
ce during the 1948
kpendence, Amitai.
record of accom-
tbe country, has
vaat audiences in
Communities in the
South and Central
kuntrise, Canada and
have been mailed
fcnvone wiah to attend
dvertently omitted,
i office of the Jewish
st 663-6302 and
i at this function.
I trot I Amitai
One of the most unusual in-
vitations for a United Jewish
Appeal fund-raiser, and one of
the few to be held outside of the
North Broward area to benefit
the UJA of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdaie
will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sunday
March 4 at Regine'a in the Grand
Bay Hotel, Coconut Grove
Planned by the 1984 Plan-
tation-UJA Committee heeded
by David Jackowitz calls on
residents of Plantation to "Join
us at Regine's the world of
Regine's, an unequalled sphere of
splendor, glitter, sophistication
... the world's most prestigious
entertainment address."
And serving with Jackowitz on
the dinner committee are Cookie
and George Barman, Lois and
Sheldon Polish, Myms and Tad
Sabo, Marcia and Marc Sch-
wartz, and Linda and Jeff
Strait feld.
They have set s minimum
family contribution of 12,500 to
the 1984 UJA campaign as a
requisite for attendance at the
dinner and dance at Regine's, a
penthouse location atop the new
exquisite Grand Bay Hotel. In
addition, those attending will be
charged a couvert of 8126 per
couple.
State Rep. Tobin and wife honored
Residents of seven condo-
minium communities in the
Greater Margate Area got
together Feb. 23 to honor State
Representative Jack Tobin, who
is a vice president of Common-
wealth Bank, and his wife, Leslie
Tobin, at a breakfast meeting at
Temple Beth Am. Among the
unit committees of the Greater
Margate Area UJA committee
planning the event were (pictured
top) Herman Wecksler, Louis
Kapit, Jeannette Dorett, Jack
Block and Rubin Lees, all of
Royal Park Gardens: and below:
Msurice Barman, chairman of
Margate Village: Max Tager,
chairman of Paradise Gardens 2;
and Murray Kirschbaum,
generalchairman for the conglo-
merate of seven communities.
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others are Paradise Gardens I,
Continental Village, Lakewood-
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Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg,
Federation 748-8400.
FRIDAY FEB. 24
Workmen's Circle-Greater Lau
derdale Branch: 1 p.m. Nat
Zumoff will lecture and present
Jewish folk music. Catherine
Young Margate Library, 5810
Park Dr., Margate.
SATURDAY FEB. 25
Oakbrook Village Condominium:
8 p.m. Paul Wayne Revue.
Donation $4. Oakbrook Village
Clubhouse. 8200 S.W. 24 St.. N.
Lauderdale. 722-0410.
Temple Emanu-EI: 6:30 p.m.
Auction, dinner and dancing to
the sounds of the Invaders, a
Calypso band. 473-4586.
Temple Beth Am. Parents Asso-
ciation: 8 p.m. Production of
'Bye. Bye Birdie.'' Tickets S5
adults. $3.50 children. At
Temple. 752-6097 or 972-9295.
SUNDAY FEB. 26
Concord Village. UJA: 10 a.m.
Breakfast. Temple Beth Torah.
Tamarac.
Holocaust Survivors of South
Florida: 2 p.m. Three hour all
star extravaganza. Donation
$9.50. $7.50. $6, $5. Omni Audi-
torium, BCC North Campus.
1000 Coconut Creek Blvd..
Pompano Beach.
Community Relations Committee
Members: Feb. 26-29. National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council (NJCRACI
40th Anniversary Plenum. Hilton
Hotel. Washington. DC.
Paradise Gardens III. UJA: 3
p.m. Cocktail party. Home of
Engelmeyer's.
Palm Springs I, UJA: 10 a.m.
Breakfast. Speaker: William
Katzberg, columnist of Jewish
Journal. Clubhouse.
Women's League For Israel
Tamarac Chapter: 6 p.m. Bus
trip to see the "Follies Royale" at
Sheraton Bal Harbour. Dinner.
Bus leaves from Lime Bay. 722-
6762 or 722-7588.
Temple Beth Am, Parents Asso-
ciation: 3 p.m. Production of
"Bye. Bye Birdie." Tickets $5
adults. $3.50 children. At
Temple. 752-6097 or 972-9295
Temple Sholom, Thrift Store: 5
p.m. Raffle drawing and cocktail
party. Temple Social Hall. 132
SE 11 Ave.. Pompano Beach.
Young Israel of Deerfield Beach:
6 p.m. Fourth anniversary
dinner. Honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Septimus and Charles
Savitzsky. At Temple Beth
Israel. Deerfield Beach.
MONDAY FEB. 27
B'nai B'rith Women -Any ah
Unit: 8 p.m. Meeting. Speaker:
Larry Schuval, Director of
Community Relations Committee
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. Topic:
Cults and Missionary
Movements in Broward County.
Sunrise Savings. 9001 W. Oak
land Park Blvd.
Israel Numismatic Society of
Broward: 8 p.m. Meeting.
Broward Federal. Inverness
Plaza. Oakland Park Blvd.
Deborah Laudrrhill Chapter:
Noon. Meeting. Castle Recrea-
tion Center.
ORT Sunrise West Chapter: 1
p.m. Meeting. Broward Federal
Savings and Loan, 3000 N.
University Dr., Sunrise.
HADASSAH:
Sunrise Shalom Chapter:
Noon. Youth Aliyah luncheon.
Jacaranda Country Club. 9200
W. Broward Blvd.. Plantation.
741-3263 or 741-6032.
Somerset Shoshans Chapter:
Noon. Purim Program. Jewish
Myths by Rose Sher Weiss.
Somerset Phase I Recreation
Hall
B'nai B'rith Women Deerfield
Beach Chapter: 12:30 p.m.
Meeting. Robin Nowling will
speak about the Anti-Defamation
League. Temple Beth Israel 200
S. Century Blvd., Deerfield
Beach.
WLI:
Tamarac Chapter: 11 a.m.
Meeting and fashion show.
Italian-American Club, 7300
McNab Road, Tamarac. 722-
0098.
Margate Chapter: 1 p.m.
Meeting. Speaker: Jean Larkin
will review the book, The Mar-
ratios by Lillian Webb.
TUESDAY FEB. 28
Temple Emanu-EI. Sisterhood:
8:30 am. to 4 p.m. Jewish
Heritage Tour. $12. Make check
payable to Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-EI.
Knights of Pythias-Quad Lodge:
7:30 p.m. Presentation of 25-year
certificates; celebrating 120th
birthday of Pythian order
Temple Beth Israel, Century
Village. Deerfield Beach.
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Debra
Club: 12:30 p.m. Meeting.
Speaker: Jack Saltz Hawaiian
Gardens Phase 5 Recreation Hall.
AJCShad Polier North Broward
Chappter: 1 to 3 p.m. Meeting.
Speaker: Dr. Jerome McKean.
Holiday Inn. Tamarac.
HADASSAH:
North Lauderdale (hai Chap
ter; 1 p.m. Meeting and Art
Show presented by the Obican
Art Museum. North Lauderdale
City Hall. 701 SW71 Ave.
Maasds Margate Chapter:
Noon. Meeting and Fashion
Show. Temple Beth Am. Mar
gate.
Rayus Tamarac Chapter: 1
p.m. Speaker: Lisa Synalovski.
staff member of Young Judea
Movement, will discuss the
American Youth Activities.
Tamarac Jewish Center-Temple
Beth Torah. 9101 NW 57 St.,
Tamarac.
WEDNESDAY FEB. 29
Developers and Allied Profes-
sions UJA: 6:30 p.m. UJA
Dinner. Bahia Mar Hotel. Fort
Lauderdale.
Tamarac Jewish Center-Temple
Beth Torah, Sisterhood: 12:30
p.m. Meeting. Herbert and
Annabel Aaaronson will en-
tertain. At Temple. 9101 NW 57
St., Tamarac.
Life Care Center: 3 p.m.
Nutrition lecture entitled, "Food
Allergies and Your Child." Life
Care Centers. 76 E. McNab Road.
Pompano Beach.
WLI-Bonaventure Chapter: 7
p.m. Dinner-dance. The Profes-
sional Men will entertain.
Donation $20. Bona venture
Country Club. 389-5890, 389-4257
or 389-0313.
Hadassah Florida Mid-Coast
Region: 10 a.m. Jewish Educa-
tion Seminar featuring work
shops, films, music, and discus-
sion. Loading authorities will
instruct. Tickets available at
Hadassah Chapters throughout
region.
THURSDAY MARCH 1
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL OF
DEERFIELD BEACH:
Sisterhood: 9 a.m. Board
Meeting. At Temple. 200 S.
Century Blvd.. Deerfield Beach.
Brotherhood: Jewish Heritage
Tour with Dr. Sam Brown. $16.50
including lunch. 421-7443 or 428
5718.
B'nai B'rith Women-Coconut
Creek Chapter: 11:30 a.m.
Meeting. Mini-lunch. Entertain-
ment will feature "The Exorcism
Scene," and the trial from the
dramatic play, "The Dybuk."
Temple Beth Am. 7206 Royal
Palm Blvd., Margate.
Hadassah-Scopus Deerfield
Beach Chapter: March 1 to 3.
Trip to St. Lucie and one-day
cruise on Scandanavian Sun. 426-
3217.
ORT:
North Broward Region: 9:30
a.m. Executive committee
meeting. Shaker Village Club-
house.
Orly Holiday Springs Chapter:
1 p.m. Meeting. Youth Aliyah
50th anniversary. Film about
Youth Aliyah. Holiday Springs
Clubhouse.
B'nai B'rith Women Sunrise
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Mini-
lunch. Sunrise Lakes Phase I
Playhouse.
FRIDAY MARCH 2
Yiddiahe Geselshaft: 2 p.m.
Fabreng I gathering) sl*k"
Dr Yitzkhok Nakhman Stain-
berg, first secretary of Justic m
lr* revolution.^ government m
Russia. Broward Federal. 3000 N
University Dr ___
Friendship Club of Concord V i
lage: Bus trip to see in*
Precious Legacy and shopping
trip to Macys. 721-8469.
WLI Regional officers: 10 am
Meeting Breakfast hosted by
Tree of Life and Tamarac
Chapters. Italian-American Club.
7310 W. McNab Road. Tamarac
SATURDAY MARCH 3
Jewish Community Center:
March 3 10. Jewish Renaissance
Week. ,
Sunrise Jewish Center Temple
Shaarav Tiedek. Men's Club: 8
p.m. Vanetv Show featuring la
Hianca. Milt Ross, and Vince
Perrone. Donation $5. $4. At
Temple. 4099 Pine Island Road.
741-0295.
Oakland Hills UJA: 7 p.m.
Dinner-dance honoring Sophie
and Arnold Ratner. Hilton Hotel.
4060 Gait Ocean Dr., Fort Lau-
derdale.
SUNDAY MARCH 4
B'nai Zion Harry Matinsky
Simcha Chapter: 7:30 p.m.
Dance and social. Donation
$3.50. Luigi's Danceworld. 4850
W. Oakland Park Blvd.. Kort
Lauderdale 741 1136
Palm Lakes UJA. 10 am Break
fast honoring Sol Giller. Eddie
Schaffer will be the guest
speaker Palm Lakes Clubhouse.
Aragon UJA: 11 am Brunch.
Aragon s Recreation Hall.
Plantation UJA: 6:30 p.m.
Dinner dance. Refines. Grand
Bay Hotel. Coconut Grovs.
Temple Emsnu-Ele Gl
Series: 3 p.m Cellia* Lav Ta^sr
and mezxo soprano Ludmilla
Tsigler will perform.
Orrk of Yiddish Clnb Day: Art
Exhibit at JCC. 6501 W. Sunrise
Blvd.. Plantation. 792-6700 or
721-7899.
Lysbrook Ression: Noon.
Reunion of Lynbrook residents or
snowbirds. 111. Brooks Restau-
rant. 500 S. Federal Highway,
Deerfield Beach. 731-4423.
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B'nai-B'not Mitxvah
TEMPLE BETH AM
At Temple Beth Am'i, Mar-
gate, Saturday morning Feb. 25
service, Eric Rubenstein, son of
Sherrie and Ronald Rubenstein of
Coral Springs, will become a Bar
Mitzvah.
Evan Cohen, son of Carole and
Dr. Abbott Cohen of Coral
Springs, will become a Bar
Mitzvah celebrant at the
Saturday morning Mar.3 service
at Beth Am.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
The Bat Mitzvah of Lad
Charles, daughter of Sandra and
Jerome Charles of Coral Springs,
will be held at the Friday evening
Feb. 24 service at Temple Beth
Emanu-El's recitals continue Mar. 4
The third concert of the
Temple Emanu-El Sunday
Afternoon Musical Recitals, to be
held at 3 p.m. Sunday Mar. 4 at
the Temple. 3245 W. Oakland
Park Blvd., will feature the
Delius Ensemble, a piano quartet
from the Fort Lauderdale
Symphony Orchestra.
Featured members of the
Ensemble are Marjorie Herrick,
violinist; Marianne Worley.
cellist; Bess Shubin. violist: and
Michael Scherperel. pianist.
Tickets are $7 and can be ob
tained by calling the Temple ofice
t 731-310. The series will continue
on Mar. 25 with a performance by
young guitarist Ron Leighty.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Temple Emanu-El, 3245 W.
Oakland Blvd.. will hold an art
auction and dinner with a
preview and cocktail hour begin
ning at 6:30 p.m. Saturday Feb.
25. Gordon Latz will act as
auctioneer. The Invaders Calypso
Band will entertain. For further
information contact Judy at 473-
4586.
SUNRISE
JEWISH CENTER
TEMPLE
SHA'ARAY TZEDEK
The Men's Club of Temple
Sha'aray Tzedek-Sunrise Jewish
Center are presenting a variety
entertainment show featuring
songstress, La Bianca, at 8 p.m.
Saturday Mar. 3 at the Temple,
4099 Pine Island Road, Sunrise.
Other featured performers in-
clude Milt Ross, comedian; and
Vince Perrone, violinist
Reserved seats are $5 and S4 and
can be had by calling the Temple
office at 741-0296.
BRAN DEIS UNIVERSITY
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The Fort Lauderdale-Pompano
Beach Chapter of Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee will hold its spring
book sale beginning Mar. 8 at the
Lakes Mall. Lauderdale Lakes.
Proceeds from the sale will
benefit the University libraries.
BETH HILLEL
Congregation Beth Hillel of
Margate is combining its instal-
lations with a kosher dinner and
dance at the Holiday Inn. 1711
University Dr., Plantation, at 6
p.m. Wednesday Feb. 29. Officers
of the Congregation, the
Sisterhood and the Men's Club
will be installed. Following the
formal portion of the program, a
strictly kosher dinner will be
served. Dancing will continue
during the evening. Tickets are
on sale at the Synagogue office.
7640 Margate Blvd.. from 9 a.m.
to noon.
The Sisterhod has a bus trip
set for 9 a.m. Mar. 8 to go to
Miami Beach to view "The
Precious Legacy" at the Bass
Museum. Edith at 971-6272 and
Flor at 971-9395 are taking reser
vations.
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TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
SUNRISE
Naomi Housman. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Housmtn of
Pktntation. will be called to the
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gvah at the Friday evening reb
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The following morning, at the
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Henry Handler of Sunrise, will
become a Bar MiUvah at Beth
Israel.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
The B'nai MiUvah of Leslie
Comber*, daughter of Kay and
Dr. Arthur (iomberg. and
Michael Naoum. son of Carol and
Jamie Naoum. all of Coral
Springs, was held at the Salur
day morning Fab 18 service at
Temple Beth Orr. Coral Springs
TEMPLE KOL AMI
Jennifer Trupkin, daughter of
Linda and Denis Trupkin of
Plantation, will celebrate her Bat
MiUvah at the Saturday Feb. 25
service at Temple Kol Ami.
Plantation.
The following morning at the
Saturday Mar. 3 service, the
B'nai MiUvah of Scott Goldberg.
son of Joan and Martin Goldberg
of Plantation, and Murray May.
son of Gloria and George May of
Plantation, will be celebrated.
RAMATSHALOM
The Bat MiUvah of Franrine
Silverstein, daughter of Tina and
Gary Silverstein of Plantation,
will be celebrated at the Saturday
morning Feb. 25 service at
Kamat Shalom, Plantation.
WEST BROWARD
JEWISH CONGREGATION
Michael Yablonaky, son of
Robin and Alan Yablonsky of
Plantation, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar MiUvah at the
Saturday morning Feb. 25
service at West Btoward Jewish
Congregation. Plantation.
BETH HILLEL
Marc Berman, son of Susan
Berman. will have a Mincha Bar
MiUvah service at 5:30 p.m.
Saturday Feb. 24 at Congre
gation Beth Hillel of Margate
American Friends
of Hebrew Univ.
honor the Binders
Ethel and Rubin Binder
active members of Federation's
Community Relations Con-
mittee, will be honored at the
North Broward Chapter of
American Friends of Hebrew
University's annual dinner dance
to be held at 7 p.m. Saturday
Mar. 17 at the Fort Lauderdale
Marriott Hotel.
The Binders will be honored for
joining the ranks of the Society of
Founders of the Hebrew Uruver
sity as well as for their out
standing leadership roles for
philanthropic causes.
The featured guest speaker will
be Howard Stone, director of
special projects of the national
Sw ulue Americ Friends.
who will discuss current Israeli
affairs.
Dinner chairmen Sylvia
Goldenberg and Jeffrey (food,
man Mid, "We look
forward to another successful
event on behalf Gf Hebrew
University, which serves the
Jewish people by creating
intellectual center for all Jewrv
and serves humanity by extend
ing knowledge in all fields "
JuilliardString quartet
to perform aiBCCFeb. 27
The Broward Friends of
Chamber Musk will present the
JuUiard Suing Quartet at 8:30
p.m. Monday Feb. 27 at Bailey
Concert Hall located on the
central campus of Broward
Community College (BCCl, 3601
SW Davie Rd.. Davis.
The group is the quartet-in-
residence at the Library of
Congress in Wi^,
appeared numeral!
York's CarnaJT'
players are l
violinist; Samusll
Earl Carlyss. vid
Kroenkk.ceiwt
Tkkeu for tfc,
may be had by ,
The series will ,
performance by tki
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort lauderdale
F*Wy.rd

Lighthouse Point residents
have UJA reception Feb. 29
Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Marcus have
been recruited u> begin this
community's initial attempt at
becomming part of the annual
fundraising effort on behalf of the
Jewish people throughout the
world.
All known Jewish residents of
Lighthouse Point have been
invited to the Marcus' home for a
cocktail reception at 4 p.m.
Wednesday Feb. 29 to hear, first
hand, the needs described and to
have to opportunity of assisting
in the humanitarian efforts
provided by the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale
through funds raised during the
annual United Jewish Appeal.
"We have all come here from
somewhere else and many of us
continue to support our former
communities." explained the
former chemist from St Umis
"What many of .us do not realize
is that this area is a growing
Jewish community which must
provide the services which we
hiive MM t" expect in our former
homes Tbsai sarvkas most w
paid for and st> it locumbonl
upon us to "i only conttaeeoui
support up north hut to t'g>n to
upport OUI local North Broward
community
For further information on this
event, those interested should
contact Al Kffrat. associate
campaign director at the Federa-
tion's Ocean Area office 563-5202.
Florida Federations will hold
a three-day confab in Orlando
Delegates of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale will join repre-
sentatives from other Federa-
tions at the 1984 Conference of
Florida Associations of Jewish
Federations to be held Mar. 3 to
Mar. 25 at the Sheraton World
Hotel in Orlando. Dr. Irving
Greenberg. president of the
National Jewish Resource
Center, will serve as scholar-in
residence for the conference,
which is being co-sponsored in
cooperation with the council of
Jewish Federations and the
United Jewish Appeal.
The conference will cover all
aspects of Jewish communal life
dealing with current issues as
they pertain to campaign, educa-
tion, youth, elderly, etc. Dr.
Greenberg has announced hat his
theme as scholar-in-residence,
will be "The New Jewish Era In
The Making." An ordained
orthodox rabbi, scholar and
prominent lecturer. Irving
Greenberg emphasizes the neces-
ity for Jews to bridge the
"existing ideological gaps" that
now divide orthodox, conserva-
tive, reform and secular Jews.
An eminent scholar in the field
of Holocaust studies, he spent
several years in Jerusalem at Yad
Vashem under the fellowship of
the National Endowment for the
Humanities and has served as
Director of the Presidents
Commission on the Holocaust.
Prior to founding the National
Jewish Resource Center. Irving
Greenberg was instrumental in
the pioneering of numerous
organizations in American
Jewish life. These included
Yavneh, the National Religious
Students Association; the Center
for Russian Jewry, which is the
parent organization of the
Students Struggle for Soviet
Jewry: and the Association for
Jewish Studies, the professional
organization for Jewish studies in
American universities.
"We consider it an honor and a
privilege to have Dr. Greenberg
serve as our scholar-in-residence
for our Florida Associations of
Jewish Federations conference,"
stated Maxine Schwartz. "He
will provide us with the inspire
tion and commitment that we all
need in our role as Jewish
communal leaders. This confer
I
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Super Sunday Volunteer
April 1,1984
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale
8358 W. Oakland Pk. Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33321
748-8400
Please reserve a telephone for me:
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evenings from 5 to 8 p.m.
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Cut Out and Mail To
Jewiah Federation of Greater Ft. Lauderdale
P.O. Box 26810
Tamarac, FL. 33320-6810
ence will have something for
everyone as we will he covering
the entire scope of Jewish
communal issues." Conference
highlights include discussions on
IS Israeli Kelalions. Govern-
ment Relations in Florida, and
the Jewish Agency for Israel and
its Relationship to the Federa-
tions, the Campaign for "85. and
Planning and Priority Setting for
Ixmg Range Capital Needs
The workshops will cover a
wide-range of topics including the
Changing Jewish Family. St
vires to the Flderly, leadership
Development, Public Relations
and Volunteer Professional
Relations The cost <>f the
program is $125 per person.
which includes registration and
four meals Kor further informa-
tion regarding reservations
contact the Jewish Federation of
(ireater Fort lauderdale at 74K-
8400.
Gift makes National
Jewish Music
Award possible
&**

Janet and l^eonard Kaplan
A new National Jewish Music
Award, made possible by a gift
from Janet and Leonard Kaplan
long-time Boston Jewish com-
munal leaders, will be presented
annually by the JWB Jewish
Music Council. The first Kaplan
8,K>?,9ored awtrd wiU ** Riven at
JWB's 1984 Biennisl Convention
m Boston. Apr. 25 to 29. which is
Jewiah Music Season.
The award will be given to "g
Imng American or Canadian
whose creative work has made a
significant contribution to the
field of Jewiah music." Th
jwjrd will be for compoaitb^
^reh. publication, or music
education.
Channel 2 to air
mother-daughter story
starring Hildy
Brooks sod Pearl Shear. .. \
program about the tender and
loving relationship shared bv a
mother and daughter set UD
sgsmst an authentic background
of a lower-class. Yiddish
peaking Miami Beach retire-
ment home. BUesMrs sin at
SSrSif?"*--
The half-hour show involves
the compassion. fove end
communication between an aginc
mother and her srtist daughter
who engage in an emotional tUK
Hildy Brooks stars as well
directs the show.
*
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OAKBROOK VILLAGE UJA CHAIRMEN Artkul
ami Sam Miller have reason to smile. Oakbnok Vi.
completed its successful UJA function where a record <.
was made to the 1984 United Jewish Appeal campani
the Feb. 19 event, was Rose Krumholtt for her dedk
Jewish causes. SaUman and Miller express their *n
members of Oakbrooh Village's Men's and Women's CMj
this year's campaign such a success.
300% increase at HiGi
o
r. t,

Mel Furman (center!, chairman
of the Inverrary Hi Greens UJA
campaign, reported a 300 percent
increase in commitments follow-
ing the cocktail party attended
b) some 150 residents of the
community. He is pictured with
Kenneth Kent. Federation's
campaign associate; Msury
Levins; Dora Roth. Israeli
smissar) who recounted her
experiences ss a Holocaust
survivor and her new life in
Israel, and \ ictor (irumin, a
past president of the Federation
and past general chairman of the
UJA" campaign, noil
Inverrary Psceeeuer.!
Furman praised hsf
and the 40 women
and provided the
party. His commits]
James Darling. Cl
Hyman Dick, idem
Gruman. Larry Han
Hibshmsn. Henry I
Israel Jstlow. Hi
Bernard Krieger. Lert
Libman. Milum rUftaj
Roth. Joseph Ro
Slrassner.
ISRAELI DI
SPECIAL
Thursday, March 1 8:00 p.m.
Ariel Sharon
Stanley i
Sea Miami Attorney Stanley RoeenblaU f
["Jew with former Defense Minister. Ariel t
hia home in Israel Sharon describee in f^P^y!
American blunders led to the deaths of our*
Lebanon. He explains why the media tretUJ*
SabraaiidCfcarJUrefefieaw
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. F,
Former CIA Solon Needs Our Support To Clear His Ni
Back in 1981, CIA director William
Casey named Max Hugel as chief of
clandestine services. Just a few weeks after
that, Hugel was forced to resign.
Hugel, a fairly wealthy New Hampshire
businessman, had worked closely with
Casey in Ronald Reagan's 1980 presidential
campaign. Hugel is Jewish.
A recent issue of the Washingtonian
magazine spotlights the Hugel affair in a
collateral consideration: the sensitive
matter of American Jews in U.S. national
security jobs involving Israel and the
Middle East. For decades now, there has
been a built-in suspicion about Jewish
"dual allegiance" so far as Israel is con-
cerned.
Would Jews be able to be critical of
Israel if American policy deemed it
necessary? Not so far as the Central
Intelligence Agency is concerned.
Writing in the Washingtonian, Dale Van
Atta, an investigative reporter for the
nationally-syndicated columnist, Jack
Anderson, suggests that Jews "have come
a long way" in achieving acceptance in
these hallowed halls. But they are by no
manner of means arrived, as the Hugel
affair shows. Says Van Atta, "suspicion
lingers" about them.
In the case of Hugel, the insinuations
rvere that he was sharing sensitive
American information with Mossad. Since
no one would say this publicly, the obliging
Washington Post managed to front-page
allegations against Hugel that he had been
involved in undetailed "improper deals"
years earlier and therefore should be
considered an embarrassment to the
Reagan Administration.
Accusers 'Disappeared*
We guess we're happy that so careful a
reporter as Van Atta declares that things
are better for Jews than they once were.
Still, the Hugel case rankles. What is worse
is the stunning effect of Van Atta's cynical
conclusion:
"Because they were considered to be
naturally pro-Israel and therefore suspect,
Jews were not actively recruited (by the
CIA)." And so whom did the CIA recruit?
Say8 Van Atta, quoting a former CIA
senior official, "It was an unwritten rule
that we didn't want any Jews working on
the Middle East problem. So most of the
analysts were Arabists they had studied
in Egypt, Syria, and the like ."Talk
about the CIA search for objectivity.
It doesn't seem to us that the Hugel
affair inspires enough anger in the Jewish
community today as Hugel, who resigned
to spare Director Casey and President
Reagan "further embarrassment," is these
days working hard to clear his name.
Oh yes. Hugel has filed suit against his
original accusers, Tom and Sam McNeil, so
obligingly quoted by the Washington Post.
But, oh yea, they have somehow
"disappeared."
We suggest that the time for anger is
now. The time to help Hugel is long past.
Minimally, Dale Van Atta deserves our
praise for telling his story. But it is not his
job Hugel wants back. It is his good name
muddied by a Washington Post story that
^Jewish Florid idti
has never been corroborated in the best
journalistic tradition of Joseph K.
McCarthy.
'Good Guy' Assad
Dr. Marc H. Tanenbaum, director of the
interreligious affairs department of the
American Jewish Committee, would like,
as he recently wrote, for "the real Syria
please (to) stand up."
Tanenbaum reminds us that as the Rev.
Jesse Jackson repeatedly portrays
President Hafez Assad as a "man of
peace," the Rabbi found himself visited
last month by members of the family of
Mrs. Lillian Abadi. who sat in his office
and described the painful details of her
brutal murder in Aleppo on Jan. 4.
At the time of her murder, Mrs. Abadi
was pregnant. Murdered with her were her
two young children. All were savagely
mutilated Mrs. Abadi s stomach, for
example, had been ripped open.
Suspicions swirling around these i
murders suggest that the perpetrataJ
Syria's "Special Services," a latter
Gestapo-like squad run by Riff at Aim
brother of President Assad. Natural.
none of the "criminals" has been ap. ''
prehended.
In fact, these days, they call other
Jewish families in Syria and threateni
with a similar fate.
It seems to us that the question goa 1
beyond why Syria simply won't let u
Jewish population leave the country it
are not wanted. More to the point is tan
troubling image of President Assad thai
Rev. Jackson insists uponpainti-i^ofQ
as a "good guy." And that some of oar
State Department people would likeui)
believe that Assad is really a "modersjl
wolf's clothing.
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Volume i 3
21 1ADAR5744
Number 8
MubarakSeeks Gmcessims


HOSNl MUBARAK'S new
,r,edom *n Knb 'der die
Uted hi. visit to Washington this
week. Released more and more
from the restraints imposed upon
Egypt by Camp David, he better
than any other Arab at this time
can lay down the law for Pres-
ident Reagan so far as the
raautiee of the Middle East are
concerned.
The Administration decision
one way or another to withdrew
the Marines from Lebanon
greased Mubarak's way hare. If
we did not learn it in Vietnam
now for sure we know it in Beirut
Maasive fire power changes
nothing in a war against rag Ua
armies. B
What our massive fire-power
showed Mubarak and the other
Arab leaders is that the 16-ixh
guns of the New Jersey were as
far as we cared to go in our
commitment to overseeing a new
peace in Lebanon.
THE RESISTANCE of the
Congrats* and, ultimately, of the
Tha aimple tnak '
th. hava-DoU uneuoC
have., the l****"
havas.aftata^*2
dupar O^P'r'iSatl
to Chang* the WT^j
a. They P
American public to a
commitment in Lebanon i
o*r*cor*a this fart. Who better
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P^Wy. commoditrea that are
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24.1964
Th* Jtwiah Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7
his activities planned for JCC's Jewish Culture Week ztrtia r
i Community Center
port Lauderdale has
[March 3 to 11 as
liture Week," con-
reeks-worth of activ-
isored by the JCC
le of Yiddish Clubs,
cated at 6501 W.
Id.. Plantation, will
ly of programs about
Jim, and poetry, and
panel discussions,
it ions, and memo-
lie programs are free
Lie others may entail
[All programs except
ited, will take place
Laura Hochman,
jof Adult Services.
it reservations be
ling the JCC at 792-
nedule of events are
rh3
There will be a wine
replion opening the
}how featuring works
ible artists as Chaim
Hibel, Amram Ebgi,
|ly. and Julian Fein-
; will be for sale.
rch4
m. The second
iish Clubs Festival
Iwhere one can browse
kits, books, records,
[There will be a pefor-
'iddish humor and
:h5
The JCC Yiddish
St.
i p.m. The Yiddish
K>reat Advisor," will
>llowed by a discus
|sh films.
Mil
Speaker Basil
discuss, "What's
MJ"
The Jewish Festival
present. "A Kalei-
[Music: On A Judaic
lirected by Mollie
| March 7
U> 2:30 p.m. Trip
[Museum to see "The
acy' exhibit.
\ There will be
Duruing led by Nat
llsnii
The second per-
the Jewish Festival
storming, "A Kalei-
|Music On A Judaic
larch 8
[Thm- will be a panel
1 about "The Many
[Judaism," presented
'in J. Gittelson,
education for the
Igency for Jewish
[Kahbi Klliot Skiddell
[Shalom; and Kabbi
of Temple Beth
Yankel Frager will
leading of Yiddish
Kabbi lmmanuel
[chief Kabbi of United
>ngregation of the
'ommonwealth of
rill discuss, "Jewish
tkVision
T0LIF6
discuss, "The Renaissance of
Yiddish."
Saturday. March 10
8 p.m. "The Klezmorim"
campus of BCC, Coconut Creek.
Sunday. March 11
2 p.m. Harold Becker will
present a slide show entitled,
"The Jewish Connection in Art."
Celebrate The
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
PURIM SPECIAL
4 days & 3 nighrs
Mar 16lo Mar 19
9U douWeocc
INCLUDING MEALS
MEMBERS OF JCC'S JEWISH CULTURAL WEEK committee
met to outline the various activities to be scheduled during the week of
Mar. 3 to 11, which has been designated as Jewish Culture Week. Co-
sponsoring the events are the Jewish Community Center, 6501 W.
Sunrise Blvd., Plantation, and The Circle of Yiddish Clubs. Pictured
discussing plans are: seated (left to right! Yankel Frager; Laura
Hochman, JCCs Adult Services coordinator; and Sunny Landsman,
coordinator of the Circle of Yiddish Clubs. Standing are Hy Kaplan,
Basil Rand, It Steinberg, Abe Weiner, and Max Drucker.
With Us
8 Nights and 9 Days
SRQQ zsr
torn \0&^0 occupancy
INCLUDING 3 MEALS DAILY
Traditional Sedurim ond Services Conducted By
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Fort Uudcrdale. Florida Friday, February 24,1984
Price 35 Cents
t tells Reagan to meet with PLO
officials aqua-mad during Egyptian
Mubarak's apaach at the White House
j with President Ronald Reagan and
luaaain.
television cameras and reporters,
to Reagan, said: The Palestinian
_ J to your support and understanding.
Btitute for s direct dialogue with them
i representative, the PLO."
i make a strong endorsement of Yasser
' chairman, saying: "Mr. Arafat is a
responsible leader who has demonstrated
courage under the moat difficult
adding that "no other nation can apeak lor the Pales
thuane."
King Hussein, who followed Mubarak to the micro-
phones, offered s mild expression lor peace ia the
Middle East. Prior to his arrival in Washington for the
unusual meeting of three heads of ststeTHussein had
invited Mubarak to visit in Jordan, apparently in the
hope of launching some form of tripartite Jordan
Egypt-PLO peace initiative.
White House officials triad to disassociate the
Administration from Mubarak's statement. Meanwhile
laral was reported displeased with the Administ ration 'a
announced plan of providing Jordan with Stinger anti-
aircraft hand-held missile launchers, and the reports of
a proposed expenditure of $220 million the Adminis-
tration will seek for the development of a Jordanian
strike force.
Jerusalem sources indicated that Israel's opposition
to these plans would be dropped is the U S. and Jordan
would state clearly that under no circumstances would
this force ever be used againt Israel and that adequate
safeguards to guarantee this would be forthcoming.
invited to Community DayLuncheon
8 for Israel's top one-woman star
ens Division annual Yom
>mmunity Day) luncheon to
*4 United Jewiah Appeal of the
ieration of Greater Fort
will be held at 11:30 a.m.
larch 8 at the Woodmont
lub, 7801 NW 8th Ave.,
and Amy Oetrau.
ting open to an
chairing the
who made
or will make s minimum pledge in their own name
to the Women's Division U J A '84 campaign, have
arranged for Aviva Marks, world-famous in-
ternational British-born Israeli actress, to present
her widely-renowned one-woman show,
Homecoming, at the luncheon.
Polish and Ostrau, pointing out that this is one
of major truly community-wide, for all of North
Broward, events, are hoping for a capacity at-
tendance of women sharing the vision for life in
Israel with a commitment of at least three-times
Choi three times $18 or $54. Chai is the Hebrew
word for "life" and the number 18. Luncheon cost
$12.
They reported that Aviva Marks has come
from Israel to make several coast-to-coast ap-
pearances in the U.S. and in South Africa to
enthusiastic audiences. She is accompanied on the
tour by her husband and technical director of the
audio-visual and personal narration of the
presentation. Col. Alush Noy, who has seen front-
line duty with the Israel Defense Forces for 27
yean, serving and commanding the Paratroop
and Armored Tank Corps. In 1973, be was
awarded Israel's highest citation for supreme
bravery in action.
Polish and Ostrau chair a committee that goes
from A to Z, Connie Abraham to Gerry Zipris,
comes from all parts of the Greater Fort
Lauderdale-North Broward Area. Others on the
committee include Anita Berman, Rite Bernstein,
Myra Biben, Rose Brower, Gail Capp, Florence
Cohen. Rita Kllman. Ellen Fisher. Judy Frank,
Carol Frieser, Esther Furman, Ruth Goldin.
Also Hilda Goldmark, Helene Goldwyn.
Carolyn Gutman. Judy Horowitz, Miriam Kalett,
Baas Katz, Fran Katz, Clara Kissel, Miriam
Klaimitz. Irene Kronick, Rhonne Leder, Esther
Lemer. Gladys Lees.
Also Shelley Lipnack, Rose Mahlman, Jean
Naurison, Miriam Ring, Dottie Sherman, Reba
Shotz, Lisa Shulman, Ronnie Simon. Claire
Socransky, Linda Stewart, Judy Tekel, Fiona
Wells.
Rabbi, priest, minister discuss.
brotherhood at Feb. 28 meeting
People of ell faiths
Beech I nterfaith
"Religious People Can
Tuesday Feb. 28 at T
invited to loin the Pompano
r a panel dtecuaeion on how
Brotherhood at 10 am.
132 SE Uth Ave.,
ie free end lor early arrivals,
coffee will be served at 9:30 pa.
Father Seamua Doyle of the St. Elizabeth Catholic
Church, Raw. Geoffrey Evana of St. Martin in the Field
Epiecopal Church, and Rabbi Samuel April of the host
synagogue, will be the panel partidpante.
Rev. Floyd Sovereign, also of Pompano, will deliver the
invocation.
Moderator for the
the discuseion will be Esther
Interfaith Group. She b also a
Relations Committee of the
Fort Laudcrdale.
following
of the
of the Community
Federation of Greater
Prominent personalities
will speak at Bonds events
Florida's U.S. Sen. Paula
Hawkins and Yitzhak Rabin.
Israel's former Prime Minister
and a member of Israel's Knesset
(Parliament), are coming to
North Broward to speak at
meetings arranged by the North
Broward Bonds Organization's
committee beaded by Anita
Perlman.
The Bonds organization is
honoring Robert L. Kestor,
chairman of the Florida Coast
Banks, for his dedication to
Judaic causes at a tribute dinner
at 6 p.m. Sunday Feb. 26 at the
Palm-Aire Country Club dining
room. It will be at this dinner
16
Sen. Paula Hawkins
icaust Survivors give ambulance to MDA
people were in attendance
ilance, dedicated to the
two spouses of Holocaust
formally presented Feb. 12
>f Magen David Adorn. (Red
Ml. the extended Israeli
> American Red Cross.
reel in Miami, Dorit Shavfc,
epled the ambulance br the
which provides health care
and emergency service lor
the door of the ambulance
n in memory of Rachel Katz.
1 Morris Katz. ia standing to
door, and in memory of Truda
whose husband, Isaac
is standing at the right of
wak. president of the
'vors Club of South Florida.
t>' presentation, is standing
Others pictured are af-
If llnlocuast organization.
(><1 Si hlomkowiu, who is vice
"e an additional presentation
pport of the people of Israel
Check in that amount in a
"ion to Ludwik and Jacob
*rs who have served as
the Jewish Federation of
1-auderdale, and both sur-
lolocaust.
Following the outdoor ceremonies, the
group went into Justine for a dinner dance
celebrating the second anniversary of the
Holocaust Survivors Club Invocation was
offered by Rabbi Albert Schwartz, director
of the Federation's Chaplaincy Com-
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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fawkins, Rabin to speak at Bonds events
i Page i
rkins will speak.
in, Samuel J.
Hawkins will
cent trip to Israel
ent appointment
i's prestigious
;ions Committee.
( of the honorees at
Conference of
Jews tribute
his month.
Max and Sara Modell (left) were the honorees at Temple Beth Am's
Israel Bonds breakfast. Presenting them with Israel's 35th
Anniversary Award are Bond co-chairmen Henriette and Joe Sweig.
, one of the
f the Labor Party
g active in the
kplomatic life of the
[peak at the annual
nmunity's State of
cktail reception at
|y March 4 at the
wintry Club. The
community is
Df its most admired
line and Sidney
[have been active in
Jewish communal
bwaks will receive
prestigious Gates of
dal.
i events include the
ilTH ISRAEL OF
George Herman
Abe and Henriette Rader (left)
received IsraeFs 35th Anni-
versary Award from Holiday
Springs Bonds Chairman Jerry
Kolinsky.
will receive land's 36th Anni-
versary Award at a tribute
brunch to be held at 11:30 a.m.
Sunday Mar. 11 at the Temple.
7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd..
Sunrise Co-chairing the event
are Elaine and Alan Cohn. and
Dr. Sylvan and Ruth Goldin. who
announced that Congressman
Larry Smith will be the guest
speaker.
HOLIDAY SPRINGS
Holiday Springs Israel Bond
Committee honored Abe and
Henriette Rader at a Feb. 6,
"Night in Israel." where they
TEMPLE EMANU-EL STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS honored Dr.
Samuel and Rhonnie Leder at a champagne brunch held on Feb. 12 at
the Temple. Many people turned out to show their support for Israel.
Pictured (left to right) are Temple Emanu-El's Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon;
guest speaker Howard Stone; chairperson Josephine Newman;
honorees Dr. Sam and Rhonnie Leder; Martin Lipnack, attorney;
chairperson Levona Sterngold; and Dr. Richard Greene.
Cookie and George Berman
received Israel's 35th Anni-
versary Scroll of Honor.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Max and Sara Modell received
Israel's 36th Anniversary Award
at a breakfast held in their honor
given by the Israel Bonds Com-
mittee of Temple Beth Am on
Feb. 5 at the Temple.
Federation has
new mailing address
The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale
is using a box number at the Tamarac Post Office as
its mailing address to expedite receipt of mail at the
office.
Henceforth, whether mail is for the attention of
individuals, departments, Community Calendar,
news for The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, envelopes should be addressed:
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale
P.O. Box 26810
Tamarac FL 33320-6810
The Federation continues to be located at 8358 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. The telephone number 748-8400
remains unchanged.
ifully told story of Jewish life in Russia
rl
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TUa Ttaae. By
Broder and BUI
tarket Press. 1983.
U.95.
y Edith Degaai
TbJe Tlaat it a
isitive novel. It is
true story of the
ae of the authors,
Obviously, a great
and devotion went
[ tells the story of t.
in the Pale of
ement in Russia in
t of the 20th century.
I from 1914 to 1919.
named Chodorov,
fictional town of
hugely on the real
yet) When the book
only son has emi-
United States, whle
tad their four daugh-
i home. The mother,
a bakery and plays
l role in town affairs.
Jews and Gentiles
live together in relative harmony
and friendship. That serenity is
shattered with the outbreak of
the war in 1914. The Russians
begin to burn down whole
communities to prevent the
advancing German army from
getting possession of their goods.
The inhabitants are told to
vacate their homes and move
Eaat into Great Russia.
The Chodorovs. except for
their second daughter Kala, who
is the mam character in the book,
manage to evade this order.
Together with some of their
neighbors they hide out and do
not leave the town si ordered.
But Kala joins the rest of the
townspeople who, with
thousands of other Russians,
begin the long trek and endure
the grueling evacuation march.
Many die en route from exposure.
starvation, and disease. Kala and
her fiance Mikhail, whom she
marries while on the march,
eventually reach Moscow. They
take up residence in Moscow and
participate in the civil war then
going on.
Eventually they become dis-
illusioned with the revolutionary
activities and return to Lyask.
There, they find that the family ia
still functioning, only, this time,
under German domination. As
the fortunes of war change, so do
the town authorities. The Ger-
mans are succeeded by Poles.
They are replaced by Bolsheviks
- until the Poles oust them and
take over once again. With each
successive government the
Chodorovs adjust to new
demands Despite diminishing
rations and other deprivations
they manage to keep going, even
resorting to bribery when needed.
Eventually, life gets so difficult
that they are faced with the
necessity of leaving their home
and joining their son in the
United States.
Thus, the book ends where
many other novels begin. It is not
the usual Jewish family story of
life in the shetl, with lurid tales of
pogroms. Nor is it the usual
immigrants' tale. The characters
are strongly drawn and well
defined. They are not the types
customarily met in such novels.
Each daugher has a distinct
personality, and you become
engrossed in their different
problems. Kala stands out as a
strong, independent individual.
You are drawn to the parents and
must admire the way they, parti-
cularly the mother, adapted to
their changing circumstances.
The book is well written and
one that would be enjoyed by a
great variety of readers.
Edith Degani is Assistant Li-
brarian at the Jewish Tehological
Seminary of America.
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The Jewish Floridian ofGreater Fort Lauderdale
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Mr* B. Waxlar. Mr.and Mra B. Bnimbarg.
M.r./nd MT. W B,rmmn- *> "<> Mra. L. Larch. Mr. and Mra.
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at 8:30 p.m.
24 at the Temple,
d Kd., Sunrise.
Ihe function is vice
the Temple. Phil
|er president of the
e past two year*, is
led this honor for his
is in bringing to
building of the
further information
emple at 741-0296.
JCC'S WECARE VOLUNTEER program received ad-
ditional support when WECARE's chairperson, Rovi Faber
(wearing the hat), accepted a donation for WECARE's
Passover Fund made by the Fort Louder dale Lodge of the Free
Sons of Israel The presenters were: (left to right) Jerry Latter,
president of the Lodge; Murray Birnbach, national grand
secretary; Hy Robinson, national grand master; Betty GaMer,
executive secretary of the Foundation Fund; Diana Levine,
fifth deputy grand master; and Laura Hochman, JCC's Adult
Services coordinator.
Friends of Yeshiva U. seminar continues Mar. 5
Julius Barman, president of
the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of American
Jewish Organizations, will give,
"An Overview of American-
Israeli Relations," during the
final lecture in a series of "Issues
of Our Times" seminars spon-
sored by the Florida Friends of
Yeshiva University. The seminar,
open to the public free of charge,
will be held at 8 p.m. Monday
Mar. 5 at the Konover Renais-
sance Hotel, 5445 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach.
For information regarding
Florida Friends of Yeshiva
University or the lecture, contact
the Friends office at 2301 Collins
Ave., Suite M 25, Miami Beach,
or call 538 5558.
Libraries offer various programs
The Broward County Library
System is offering a number of
programs to the public, free of
charge, at various locations
around Broward County.
Programs at the branches in-
clude:
At East Regional Branch. 1300
E. Sunrise Blvd.. Fort
Lauderdale.
Rare book expert Jack Tannen
will speak at 2 p.m. Tuesday Feb.
28. Tannen will discuss, "How to
Identify and Collect American
First Editions."
At Lauderdale Lakes Branch,
3521 NW 43 Ave.. Lauderdale
Lakes.
Robert Lewison, CPA, will
discuss how to increase income
and decrease taxes at 2 p.m.
Tuesday Feb.28.
At Tamarac Branch. 8601 W.
McNab Rd .Tamarac.
At 7 p.m. Monday Feb. 27.
Lawrence Mayer of Thomson
McKinnon. Inc., will conduct the
first of a three-part seminar on
investing. The remaining
sessions will be given on Mar. 5
and 12. Pre-regiatration is
required. Call 722-0710.
At Sunrise Branch. 6600 Sunset
Strip, Sunrise.
Attorney Louis Schiff will
discuss Florida consumer law at
6:30 p.m. Monday Feb. 27.
At Margate Catherine Yeong
Branch. 5810 Park Dr., Margate.
The Morikami's Japan, a film
and lecture about Japan and
Oelray Beach's Morikami
Museum, will be presented at
1:30 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 29.
At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Feb 28,
a travelog of Majorca will be
presented by Helen Fall.
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Mon. April 16-Tues April 24
Cantor Irving RogofT
and the
Nevele Symphony Choir
conducted by
Clifford Nadel
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Dr.Chafan
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lectures and conduct
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By Fran Hasumny Barrett, J.D.
Q. My husband u-ent into the
hospital as an out patient for an
ingiogram. The hospital said
tkey would accept the assign-
mmt, but the doctors that had to
read it will not accept assignment
and their charge is $250. Do I
have to pay all of tit Isn't that a
bit expensn<'
A.T.. Lauderdaie Lakes
A. Since the doctor's did not
accept assignment, you do owe
them the full amount. They are
allowed to charge what they feel.
After you get reimbursed from
Medicare, send them a check and
then make arrangements to pay
them off in what ever amount you
can afford, until it is paid in full.
You might want to call the
county Medical Association and
ask them if that is the normal
charge for that kind of procedure.
Q. My husband had a very bad
back for many years. He had seen
so many doctors and has used a
cane. Finally, a doctor recom-
mended that he get acupuncture.
It has seemed to help. When we
sent the claim into Medicare,
they said that it cannot be paid
for unless it is recommended by a
doctor. This was recommended
b\ a doctor. What should I dot"
D.F.. Tamarac
A. Get a letter from your
physician that recommended the
acupuncture. Send that letter in
along with a copy of the explana
lion that Medicare sent you.
They will review the claim and
hopefully it will be paid. If they
do not give you any more money.
ihen call our office when you
receive your review letter and we
will take it further to the Hearing
level.
Q. / work in a doctor's office and
I am new there We never seem to
have any Medicare forms around
and mx doctor said that he will
accept assignment for some
people who cannot afford to pay
and for others he will at least fill
ml the Medicare forms. Where
ran I get some, so I can helpt
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A. Call the local Blue Cross Blue
Shield office at 491-7576. They
should put you in touch with
someone with Provider services.
They will supply you with your
Medicare forms and they should
also be able to provide you with
preprinted Medicare forms that
has your Doctor's number on it.
Also, they should assist you in
any problems that you are
having. This service is for
providers though, not individual
beneficiaries.
This column is a service of the
Jewish Family Service of Brow-
ard County, a beneficiary agency
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdaie. Ques-
tions or problems concerning
Medicare, supplemental in-
surance or HMO's should be
directed to anyone ofJFS three
offices: 735-3394 in Lauderdaie
Lakes; 427-8508 in Deerfield
Beach; 96&0956in Hollywood.
YOUTH COMMISSION ofB'nai Bnth Youth
Organization tBBYOI met m Washington
recently to celebrate Aleph Zadek Aleph lAZAl,
the boys' division of BBYO. 60th anniversary.
Several residents of the Xorth Broward area
attended the meeting In attendance were, (back
n>u left to right! Clarence Hounitu
I)r Daniel Thurst of Washington, tx
president of Delray Beach; Anita PtH
Lauderdaie and Chicago; Lou and <
of Miami; and Edith Bassman, a
The commission meets annually tot
oversee the world-wide activities ofBB)t\
where shopping is a pleasure 7doys o week
All Publu Bakn open at 8:00 A.M.
Italian
Sfogliatelle
eechf *J
0
Plain, Heavy
Cheese Cake
$029
each

(Topped with Freeh
Strawberriee $4.20 each)
Plain or
Rye
69*
Prices Effective
February 23rd thru 25th.
1984.
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