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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Number 13
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Fort Leaderdafe, Florida Friday, March 30,1964
Price 36 Cante
It's U J A Super Sunday Time
inn
Joel Reinstein
We are committed to life in 1984, more firmly and strongly
than ever before. Our Campaign will show the world what we're
all about as an American Jewish communitya community that
knows the role it has to play in creating a vibrant future for all
the Jewish people. These words of Abraham Joshua Heschel
truly reflects our responsibility and our challenge:
"We are the only channel of Jewish tradition, those who must hand
over the entire past to the generations to come. We are either the last, the
dying Jews or else we are those who will give new life to our tradition.
Rarely in our history has so much depended on one generation.We will
forfeit or enrich the legacy of the ages."
hrael Reamkoff Paul Fruser
II
Reprinted from UJA NEWSBRIEF Mar. 1964
Robert E. Loop
UJA National Chairman
I -
4 ''
in Sherr
ir friends, tell your
phones throughout
iv.ard will be ringing
iy, April 1. from nine in
>g until nine at night.
i of volunteers, as-
Jewish Federation of
r>n Lauderdale, will be
[out to thousands of
>ilies to answer the
Super Sunday Phon-
athon time. This year, the third
consecutive year that Temple
Beth Torah-Tamarac Jewish
Center has made its facilities
available to the Federation, calls
to be made from the Temple's
auditorium.
Edmund Entin. Federation
president, and Joel Reinatein.
general chairman of the Feder-
ation's 1984 UJACampaign.
co-chairman Bonn
Sherr, expressed the Federation's
deep appreciation to David
Krantz. Temple Beth Torah
president, for his enthusiastic
cooperation in making the
Temple headquarters for UJA
Super Sunday Phonathon.
Sol Schulman, Israel
Resnikoff. and Paul Frieeer, co-
chairmen far Super Sunday,
reported that more than 660
volunteers have offered to make
r II.'-tit "-- Y'~1~r*'------***
nave been installed at the
Temple. They report that addi-
tional volunteers are needed
during the hours from 6 to 9 p.m.
"This year's UJA Super
Sunday campaign is the greatest,
all-out effort undertaken by the
Federation. More than 16.000
Jewish families are expected to
be called during Super Sunday
and the following Monday
through Wednesday evenings
essional pressure halts U.S. missile sale to Jordan
it Reagan, bowing to
nnal pressure, haa
plans to equip Jordan
Arabia with Stinger
ft missiles. The
represents a defeat for
tistration.
in wanted to dsmonatrats
jpport for two Arab
he is counting on to
Ipeace in the Middle East.
senators had signed a
f dispproval and op-
of the missile deal ap-
l capable of preventing a
in the House.
opposition to the sale
pied around a bill spon-
h Rep. Larry Smith (D-
"dl. and Rep. Benjamin
Sharon warns against
sale of arms to Jordan
r omar Defense Minister Ariel Sharon warned an audience of
more than 1.300 people, that Israel would be the only-target of
the arms that the United States had intended to seD Jordan.
" 1 am here to warn against the Admiiustratien's intention to
mM arms to Jordan, arms that will be used to fiat*.Israel and
not any other country in the Mideast. The "n^Sttteniiw*
stop immediately the dangerous arms race in the Middle East,
stated Sharon, in this early statement.
pokey."
'".1m administration knew
they had a problem," Smith said,
"Given the circumstances. I
think they did the right thing."
The Stinger. Smith argued, ia a
sophisticated and portable
weapon that would escalate the
arms race in the Middle East. In
addition, he said Stinger missiles
might fall into the hands of
terrorists.
Sol Schulman
from the Federation office," the
co-chairmen announced.
Volunteer telephone callers will
be briefed on the needs for
support of Israel and the in-
creasing needs for the various
services provided by Federation
for the elderly, for the youth, for
Jews in nursing homes, hospitals
and elsewhere, before making
their calls.
In addition to the thanks
extended to Beth Tomb's presi-
dent. David Krantz. Federation
also extends its dsepeat appre-
ciation to Temple officers vice
proakfente Seymour Wildman.
Herbert Abrams, and Robert
Feigenbaum; secretaries Samuel
Sapoankh. Ruth ManteU. Lao
Plata, and MoOfe Ranter;
treasurer Frieda DeikowiU, and
the other volunteers who'll be
mannng the isfisshsnant tables
for the telephone volunteers.
Gilman (D-N.Y).
Rep. Smith said that White
House officials asked him to
reconsider his oppositioni of the
sale. Smith haled the withdrawal
as a "victory for a sane foreign
Smith
opposition played a terge role in
the adrninwtration's decision to
cancel the Stinger sab.
"Thfe sets a precedent:
Congress ia abb) to influence
foreign policy," Smith said. "The
administration withdrew the safe
ki the face of mounting congres-
sional pressure."
I
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SECOND FAMILY
MISSION
July23-Aug.3
Call Missions
Office
For Information
7484400
Super Sunday 'Shalom Show'
While awaiting your call on
Super Sunday April 1 to "Share
the Vision" for a brighter future
or Jews here and abroad, and to
make your commitment to the
| 19H4 United Jewish Appeal
campaign of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
tune in at 10 am. Channel 12 to
Richard Perite and the popular
Shalom Show.'
Gestured segments will include
m depth looks at two Federation-
supported programe-the Kosher
Nutrition program and "The
fathering Place."
The Kosher Nutrition
Program, located at two different
sites due to the needs of the
community, serves hot kosher
"jeals daily te senior citizens and
offers seniors a chance to come
wry and socialize with their
fiends, play gin rummy, or juat
"* in a homey atmosphere.
Share the Vim
mini-telethon. Live shots will be
shown from Super Sunday head-
quarters, Tamarac Jewieh
Center Temple Beth Torah, 9101
NW 57 St.. Tamarac, where over
660 volunteers will be making
16,000 calls to the community
asking for their pledge to secure a
future for Israel. Operators will
also bo ttf^^g by at the
Federation building located at
M6B W. Oakland Park Blvd.. for
those people who would Has to
number ia 74S-S400, and wfl ha
flashed periodically on the acrean
-Shalom Show.'
"The Gathering Place" ia a day
care program for the frail elderly,
where a majority of the day ia
spent learning, being entertained,
and just enjoying the day
average age of Gathering
participants is 86.
The show will also act
If you don't want to wait until
Super Sunday to make your
pledge, call the Federation office
at the above number and make
your pledge today.
The .
pile The show promises to be
entertaining aa well aa in-
formative. Don't miss it.
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' ^Ji^noridinofGiWPortUudd^ Fridy,Mrch30.1984
Graham receives Humanitarian award
at Florida Federation Conference
Florida Governor Bob Graham
was presented the Humanitarian
Award by the Florida Asso-
ciation of Jewish Federations at
their Third Bi-Annual Conference
at the Sheraton World in Orlando
March 23-25.
The award is being given to
Governor Graham for his
humanitarian efforts on behalf of
the young and elderly of our
communities." states James
Baer. Chairman of the Florida
Association of Jewish Federa-
tions 'Under his leadership the
State of Florida has demon-
strated the highest dedication to
humanitarian concerns that
exemplify our Jewish traditions."
Klaine Bloom. Government
Got: Bob Graham
Affairs Director for the Florida
Association of Jewish Federa-
tions stated "Governor Graham
was a prime mover in developing
responses by Stale government
tfl the critical problems of
providing for human services in
Florida. He has always been very
supportive to our Jewish commu-
nit> issues and has been known
for his dedication to humani
tarian concerns during his entire
career in public 11f -
dm ham addressed the confer
ence and received the award at
the Saturday evening dinner
session on March 24. having just
returned from leading a State
sponsored trade mission to
Israel.
CAJE honors Gittelson, Azulay
Abraham J Gittelson. asso-
ciate director of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education
(CAJE) and the director of
education for the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale
along with Rabbi Shimon
Azulay. director of high school
curricula for Miami-based CAJE
were honored by CAJE at a
dinner which was held on March
22 at Temple Emanu-El. Miami
Beach
The evening of tribute for the
two men whose dedication and
devotion to Jewish education has
been noteworthy for many years
was sponsored by CAJE. headed
by Roberta Shevin. and whose
director is Gene Greenzweig. last
year s CAJE honoree
Gittelson. a staff member of
CAJE for more than 10 years.
has instituted many programs
dealing with Jewish enrichment
including the following: Com
munity Hebrew L'lpan. Teachers
Professional Incentive Program.
Abraham./ Gittelson
and the Midrasha Lecture Series
Azulay. administrator of the
Teacher Fringe Benefits
Program, has been involved in
WECARE seeks Passovi
JCC I WECARE Volunteer
Service Program, coordinated bv
JCC staff member Rhonda
Putterman. is in the pr
planning its drive to fill Pass,
boxes fi 'r distribution.
Donations of both food and
money have become coming n
the VVECAJU off.ee. located on
the .!('( campus at 6501 VN
Sunrise Blvd. Plantation, but
Putterman states that many
more donations, as well sj
volunteers, are needed to make
Psssovaa? indeed a holiday for the
Habbi Shimon Azulay
Jewish education fi>r the past 26
He was on the teaching
tafi Ol Hebrew \ served as principal of the Girls
High School
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Hersh
Polish
Kinker
Indowsky
AT THE WOMEN'S DIVISION BOARD MEETING held
recently, Lady Amelie Jakobovits, wift of th* chief rabbi for the
British commonwealth, epohe to th* board numbers about her
Accountants' Division formed SSSS&HJs&r5* *-"
ewish Federation of
[Fort LauderdsJe has
I the formation of a new
us' Division which
held an organizational
t the Tower Club
hosted by Judah H.
Oppenheim, Appel,
Dixon and Co., who ia chairing
the Acccountant's Division.
Sixteen accountants, repre-
senting their firms, attended this
kick-off breakfast.
Kenneth Kent. UJA campaign
associate, presented the Federa-
tion story to the group. Carl
Missions highlighted at
Condo Cabinet meeting
>bo. Marcia Schwartz.
>, and Larry Freilich all
ething in common. They
tirinants in the Chazon
Mission to Israel in
[and spoke to the Federa-
17 i' ember Condominium
which met recently to
the upcoming May 28
-in> Mission to Israel for
idulf-
he Chazon Mission parti-
spoke of the thrill and
pni they shared together
Mission. They discussed
ijor difference between
and regular trips
participants are consid-
kests of the State of Israel
keive total 'red carpet'
lent They are also allowed
ke> st rategic army bases
i\e personal meetings with
raeli leaders.
Headed by Samuel K. Miller.
Condominium Cabinet chairman,
along with his wife Pearl and
campaign associate Natalie
Graham, the Mission will visit
Israel from May 28 through June
11. Full itinerary and further
details are available by calling
Sandy at the Federation's
Mission office at 748-8400
Sim the Vision
Schuster, attorney, related his
experiences as a layperson and
his involvement with the Federa-
tion's Foundation of Jewish
Philanthropies.
Several accountants present
expressed an interest in
becoming active in Federation
work and the desire to serve on
one of the various committees
Federation has.
Ever concluded the breakfast
by thanking those in attendance
for taking some time out of their
busy day to get involved with the
Jewish community. __ Pictured
with Ever (left) are organizing
committee members Robert
Hersh of Alexander Grant, and
Co.; Sheldon Polish of Ernst and
Whinney; Leonard Kinker, CPA;
and Hy Indowsky of Peat,
Marwick Mitchell and Co.
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Page 4 The Jewish Fteridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday, March 30,1964
Rep. Long's Struggle
Only friends of Israel living in Maryland
can do something about it. But the rest of
us should know.
They should know that one of Israel's
most important but unsung friends in
Congress for 22 years, Rep. Clarence D.
Long, is facing a difficult reelection
campaign in 1984. It was also a tough one
he faced in his successful reelection bid in
1982.
But Rep. Long's current campaign is of a
cosmic order in comparison. What he faces
is strong opposition at the hands of a
vicious public movement to villify him by
the National Association of Arab
Americans. David Sodd, executive director
of the NAAA, has pledged his
organization's all-out effort and resources
to defeat Long.
Why?
Because Rep. Long is chairman of
Foreign Appropriations in the House on
Capitol Hill. Long has been a friend of
Israel for many years. Before Congress
adjourned last November, he guided S2.6
billion in aid to Israel through his Com-
mittee and led the fight on the floor of the
House for a Continuing Resolution
providing stop-gap funding.
Indeed, he performed yeoman's service in
helping to provide over $15 billion in aid to
Israel over the past six years. These things
have not been lost on the National
Association of Arab Americans.
NAAA has launched a well-financed
media attack on Long in the Washington
and Baltimore areas. Ads in newspapers
and commercials on television blame Israel
for the deaths of Marines in Lebanon. They
call aid to Israel "outrageous." They cite
friends of Long in Congress who have
helped him achieve his pro-Israel goals, 22
other Congressmen, as legislators to be put
on a list of condemnation.
Friends of Israel everywhere should
know these things.
Peace Now nominated
for Nobel Prize
Four members of the Swedish
Parliament have informed the
Jerusalem Post that they have
nominated the Peace Now move-
ment in Israel for this year's
Nobel Peace Prize.
In a telegram to the paper they
explained they "consider the
Peace Now movement to be one
of the most important elements
in fostering a dialogue which
could lead to peace between
Israelis and Arabs (and) may also
contribute to a lessening of
tensions between the super-
powers."
Spiritual Leader Given
Medal In Jamaica
KINGSTON. Jamaica -
(JTAI The government of
Jamaica has announced that the
spiritual leader of the Jewish
community in the country,
Ernest Henriques de Souza. has
been named a recipient of the
Prime Minister's Medal of
Appreciation in the field of
religion, the World Jewish Con-
gress reported.
To commemorate the 21st
anniversary of Jamaica's inde-
pendence, the government struck
s special medal called the Prime
Minister's Medal of Appreciation
which was awarded to 1,000
persons in various fields who had
given over 20 years of service to
the country.
The naming of Henriques de
Souza as the recipient in the field
of religion marked the first time
in the history of the country that
any Jewish leader had been
honored for his religious con-
tribution to the nation. Six other
members of the Jewish commu-
nity were also named medal
recipients in other fields.
fJemsti Florid lain
OK i.KMTK.K KOKT I.U liK.KDXI.K
CENTRAL AGENCY FOR JEWISH
EDUCATION-sponsomf lecture series
featured Rabbi Immanuel Jakobovits, chief
rabbi of the British commonwealth and a
pioneer in Jewish medical ethics. Jakobovits
told the audience who crowded into Temple
Beth Torah, Tamarac, that many Israeli
mothers have absorbed non-Jewish values.
"They don't want the "Dense and in-
convenience of raising children," he said
Jakobovits called for renewed stress on
medical ethics for "our historic,
as a moral pathfinder" for ku*_
must not just make demand*
contribution*," he said And tl
richer, more visible contribtaHi
teaching the infinite value of ku$\
Pictured with Jakobovits (
Abraham J. Gittelson, associate*.
CAJE; David KranU, president*,
Beth Torah; Lady Jakobovits; h
and Rabbi and Mrs. Kurt Stone.

ISLES OF TAMARAC held an evening of
entertainment on behalf of UJA where $6000
was pledged for the 1964 UJA campaign of
the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. This figure is a 40 percent in-
crease over the dollars pledged last year.
Eddie Schaffer (pictured second from left)
entertained the crowded clubhouse,
with Schaffer are Isles co-chairmtn
right) Milt Siegei, Schaffer, GeorgiH
Lou Solomon, and David KranU
Tamarac s general UJA chairman,
from photo is co-chairman Sam Sckwet
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Friday. March 30. 1984
Volume 13
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i. Hawkins cites May as
ier Americans Month
Lebanon tears up Accord with Israel
. growing number and
|of the U-rly ^
jS. Senator Paul*
bf Florida today bv
ISenate Resolution to
, month of May 1984
i Month.
at of the designation ia
communities to
Ithe achievements of
lens, acknowledge the
experience and ability
at, and increase
of the contributions
icans make to their
Hawkins, who has
or co-sponsored Older
Month resolutions
since she was elected to the
Senate, said, "It has become our
tradition in Congress to
designate May as Older
Americans Month to recognize
the valuable contributions of the
elderly to our country."
May has been designated Older
Americans Month since 1963, she
said.
"The elderly are the fastest
growing segment of America's
population. Today, one in nine
Americans is a senior citizen. By
the turn of the century, that
figure will be one in six. This
demographic shift will have a
powerful impact on our society,"
Senator Hawkins said.
Israel We Love You'
appears at Omni Apr. IS
Beth Orr's Concert
continues at 2 p.m.
Kpril 15 with a perform-
'Israel We Love You."
ng Israel's 37th birthday
^g and dance. Under the
of Bruce Syrop in
:i(,n with producer Guy
Hollywood, the concert
Ibeld at the Omni Audi-
located on the North
lofBCC.
' ticket prices range from
B, and can be purchased by
to the Temple at 2151
de Dr., Coral Springs; or
mi Box Office at 1000
Auditorium, BCC,
Pompano Beach, 33066; or by
calling the Temple office at 763-
3232.
JTA Although hardly un-
expected, Lebanon's formal
abrogation Monday of its May
17, 1983 withdrawal and security
agreement with Israel, drew
bitter reactions in Jerusalem. An
official statement issued by the
Prime Ministers Office blamed
Syria for "forcing Lebanon to
surrender to a diktat which
means a death sentence for
Lebanon's independence."
Defense Minister Moshe Arena
asserted that the most serious
aspect of the abrogation was the
behavior of President Hafez
Asaad of Syria who, he said, was
ready to take the most extreme
and brutal steps to ensure that no
Middle East countries would
open relations with Israel.
The Reagan Administration,
which played a major role in
negotiating the agreement, also
reacted strongly to the an-
nouncement in Beirut that it was
cancelled. "Those who were
responsible for the rejection of
the agreement must now bear the
responsibility to find an alterna-
tive negotiated formula to bring
about Israeli withdrawal" from
Lebanon, State Department
spokesman John Hughes said.
The decision to abandon the
pact, the second signed between
Israel and a neighboring Arab
state (but never ratified by the
Lebanese Parliament), was
announced in Beirut after an
extraordinary session of the
Lebanese Cabinet. Cabinet
secretary Shafiq Mneimneh
stated: "The Cabinet, at its
meeting under President Amin
Gemayel decided to cancel this
unratified agreement and to
consider it null and void.
The announcement followed by
several days' Gemayel's visit to
Assad in Damascus. Abrogation
of the pact was Syria's main
condition for good relations with
the Gemayel regime and a
ceasefire between the Lebanese
army and the Syrian-becked
Moslem and Druse faction
battling it.

Organizations
SUNRISE JEWISH CENTER
The Men's Club of Sunrise
Jewish Center-Temple Sha'aray
Tzedek will present an all-star
variety show featuring comedian
Jackie Wakefkdd; song and
dance artist, Benny Garcia; and
instrumental duo Raymond and
Pnina, at 8 p.m. Saturday March
31 at the Temple, 4099 Pine Is-
land Rd., Sunrise. Donation ia 86
or 84 for reserved seating. For
further information contact the
Temple office at 741-0296.
HADASSAH
Rose E.Matzkin, former presi-
dent of National Hadassah and
currently on the National Service
Committee, will be the guest
speaker at Hadassahs Mid-Coast
Region brunch to be held at 11:30
a.m. Sunday April 8 at Inverrary
Country Club. Chairperson Rose
Strine and program chauperson
Ann Salkin have announced that
anyone who has or who will
donate 8250 will be invited.
ISRAEL TENNIS CENTERS* youngsters, ages 8 to 12, put
on a tennis exhibition recently at Woodlands Country Club
The tennis program, which originated eight years ago, is aimed
at putting tennis racquets in the hands of Israel youngsters
instead of guns. More than 60,000 children have been provided
free instruction, racquets, balls, uniforms, and speakers. The
host committee for the Woodlands exhibition included J.
Milton and Rhea Edelstein, Sidney and Roslyn Dorfman, Harry
and Norma Fishbein, Sidney and Shirley Reider, Alvin and
Rose Benjamin, and Edith Levine. Southeastern Regional office
of the Israel Tennis Centers Association is located at 1280 S
Pompano Parkway No. 28, Pompano Beach
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Eppy. (Seated) L Messing. L Kaplan
Rabin, S. Spewak, R. Adler
Woodlands Country Club hosts Rabin at
record breaking Israel Bond reception
l)r and Mrs. Justin May, David Miller
Sidney and Maxine Spewak
were guests of honor at the
Woodlands Country Club moat
successful Israel Bond event on
Sunday. March 4, with sales in
excess of $535,000.
Distinguished guest speaker
was former Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin, who received a
standing ovation at the conclu-
sion of his inspiring speech.
Chairman for this event was I
Dr. Justin May, cocktail party
chairman was Leo Kaplan, co-
chairmen were Robert Adler, Dr.1
Murray Elkina, Edmund Entin,
Ben Eppy, Norman Lazar,
Bernard Libros, Charles Locke,
Leon Messing, David Miller, Al
Sharenow, and co-chairpersons,
Women's Division were Roz
Entin, Gladys Lass, Mitchie
Libros. Babette May and Stella
Pepper
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'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER,
SOUTH FLORIDA
On Super Sunday, April 1,
we'll be calling you to
SHARE THE VISION.
When your phone rings on Super Sunday, you will become part of
the largest communications network ever organized by American
Jewry. You will be asked to share a vision of life. A vision of hope. A
vision that will shape the future of our people.
When our Super Sunday volunteers call you on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal/Federation Campaign, make your maximum possible
commitment. Together, we answer the human service needs of tens
of thousands in our own community, in Israel and in 32 other
nations worldwide.
On Super Sunday, stand up and be counted among those who care.
Share the vision.
Sponsored by:
Jewish Federation of Greater Ft. Lauderdale
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Jewish Federation of South Broward
South County Jewish Federation
SupERSuMcW^
April 1 ^


THE LIGHT OF HO!
ON SUPER
YOUR MONEY...Donated to the Federation-UJA Campaij
WHERE IT GOES...
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
Programs are designed to foster an enriched Jewish ex-
perience for the entire Jewish community through the super-
vision of professional social group workers and specialists in
the creative and performing arts, Judaic studies, physical
education and recreation. All age groups are served from tod-
dlers to senior citizens.
HEBREW DAY SCHOOL
Offers the community an enriched elementary school
program of secular and Jewish studies in a wholesome total
atmosphere. The curriculum is in accordance with
requirements of the Florida Department of Public Instruction
and under the guidance of Florida Certified Teachers The
school offers quality education from pre-kindergarten through
sixth grade.
KOSHER NUTRITION PROGRAM
The Federation sponsors and supports the nutrition
program which provides daily hot, kosher lunches tor 200
elderly men and women. In addition to lunches the participan
ts are offered social, educational and entertainment activities
COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMITTEE (CRC)
The CRC is comprised of individuals who represent all of the
major Jewish organizations in the community. It formulates
policies that seek to safeguard and preserve the civil, political
and religious rights of Jews on local, state and national levels
The committee stimulates and guides education and action
programs that work to improve inter-group relations.
CHAPLAINCY COMMISSION
A Rabbi on the Federation staff, with the assistance of
volunteer Rabbis, make personal visits to Jews in area nursing
homes, hospitals, and prisons, offering spiritual and counseling/
services. Through the efforts of the Federation Rabbi, many
innovative programs have been implemented such as Seders
Kosher menus for Jewish hospital patients, and Shabbat and
Holiday services on closed-circuit TV in several hospitals.
JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE
Offers professional counseling to individuals and families
regardless of their financial situation, in the areas of marital
piCblems, child rearing difficulties, adjustment to old age
drug rehabilitation and problems of single parenting The
agency conducts family life education programs led bv its
professional staff. 7


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The Jewish Federation of Ft. Lauderdale sent 63% of its
1983 allocations to UJA. United Jewish Appeal distributes its
money to:
JEWISH AGENCY-The average Israeli citizen is taxed 70% of
his income. Most of the government budget must be spent for
defense, leaving little for direct social and humanitarian ser-
vices. Contributions are distributed for various social services
in Israel.
JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE -Provdea help to
needy Jews in 42 countries throughout the world. A health
clinic in Bulgaria, a food kitchen in Warsaw, wherever a Jew Is
found, the JDC is there.
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale-748-8400


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ARE THE VISION
Y, APRIL 1
WE'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER SOUTH FLORIDA
On Super Sunday, April 1, we'ir be calling you to SHARE THE VISION.
Your commitment is essential to the
people of Israel.
To the young whose future depends
on education and guidance.
To the elderly whose golden years
are threatened by poverty and
isolation.
To new immigrants whose
resettlement in the Jewish State is
crucial to Israel's future.
To 300,000 second-generation
Israelis whose depressed
communities are being reshaped
through Project Renewal.
.4
1
Your support is essential to Jewish
survival worldwide.
To Jews in lands of oppression
whose fate depends on your
resolve.
To thousands of men, women and
children whose dreams of life in a
free society depend on
resettlement agencies.
To isolated remnants of Jewish
communities whose linkage to
Judaism is the care you help to
provide.
Your involvement is essential to our
local Jewish community.
To our youth, whose schools and
activities of today will mold our
Jewish leadership of tomorrow.
To our senior citizens whose fixed
incomes create a dependence on
local health, counseling and
activities programs.
To our friends and neighbors who
face new difficulties, such as
single-parent households,
unemployment and handicaps.
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale748-8400


BBYO gets new program director
America.
Israel.
Britain, Europe and

Educator and communal
worker Dr. Susan Grose of Phila-
delphia has been appointed inter-
national director for program
servicee for the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization (BBYO).
The announcement was made
by Aaron Grossman of Youngs-
town, Ohio, chairman of the E'nai
B'rith Youth Commission, the
organization s overseeing body.
Dr. Gross, who will assume the
position in April, has been
serving as BBYO's Philadelphia
regional director since 1976.
In her new capacity she will be
responsible for members of the
world's largest Jewish youth
movement. BBYO offers reli-
gious, educational, communal
and social activities to some
35.000 teenagers in North
"The BBYO program will
benefit greatly from Dr. Gross'
expertise in the areas of
education and youth-oriented
programming," said Grossman.
Dr. Gross succeeds Dr. Dov
Peretr F.lkins. who resigned to
pursue interests in publishing
consultation, and leadership
training.
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1964,
if Greater rVrfl^derdale
STATE OF
ISRAEL BONDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD
hildren 's Theater comes to JCC
ck." a fast moving
I childhood memoriae,
lormed by members of
tauderdale Children s
1 p.m. Sunday April 8
sh Community Center
lFortLauderdale.6601
t Blvd., Plantation.
eater Group is a non-
lUcational organization
iroward County. They
[for clubs, schools,
land centers and bring
and of theater to
| young and old.
The afternoon will also include
relay races and a bagel brunch
before the show. Tickets are 13
for children who are Jix
members. M for non-members.
Adults are free when accom-
panied by a child. For reser-
vations call the JCC at 792-6700.
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Plantation, ths week of
i3through 11.
[R DAVID HABTMAN,
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dirtctor of the Sholom
(man Institute of
danced Studies in
*salem, will be the scholar-
t*idenc* at tht 1984
Yrirual Convention at JWB,
K' 25-29 in Boston, Mass.
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Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Giaaber.
FRIDAY MARCH 30
2*:,12; P-. Honoring
fjcere lundjeon. 15. Boca Point*
Country Club, Powerhne Rd. 426-
0267 or 427-6037. ....." ""
SATURDAY MARCH SI
Congregation B^fc HHJel of
JJ-J.^. *-'.<**, Stater
5^T"-. P- Evening Under
Starr t2 60 donation. 971-9396.
*fb. JewWl Centar-Taaanle
r^"%JedM-''CIb^
ftSTSSml IW D~tt
** LA- Co.doliB,
1"' I: 7:46 p.m.
7Sl2*,5Y60DOn*tiOn "**"-
SUNDAY APRIL 1
*?* Ftta-: 9 am. to 9
UJA. Temple Beth Torah-
m!^ Jew"h Canter. 9101
NW 67 St.. Tamarac. 748-8400
Temple Emaa.El. 3 p.m.
S?f^LSeriM **&* o^t*
u perform at Temple.
Tr^B*** A.: 8 p.m. Concert
featuring Hazzan Irving Gross-
men Shmuel Fershko and
ISStiES&L Honorm *
J?.^, %** Donation
J3.60 Lwgiis Denceworld. 4860
W. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort
Lauderdaie. 741-1136.
MONDAY APRIL 2
ftnt! L-dardal.
Taaaar Chapter: 10 a.m. Board
meeting Broward Federal. 6618
W. Oakland Pk. Blvd.. Uuder-
TUESDAY APRIL 3
Young I.ra.1 of DearflaM Beeca.
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Kfar Blum Program
A 10th grade High School study
in-lsrael Program. Is searching
for highly motivated, top
achieving 9th grade students
who want to have the experience
of their live* by studying In
Israel next year.
Only few places left in this
Claas of 20 for the right can
d.dates If you fit into this
category, or know someone who
does, call or write immediately
KFAR BLUM PROGRAM
515 Park Ave
New York, N.Y 10022
(212) 752-0600 ext. 384
Our SHELAT KOSHER
Bonetess Chicken Breasts
Stuffed with a variety of
exciting filiings. Chicken a
la Kiev. Chicken filled with
Wild Rice & Mushrooms.
Kishke. Sptnach. Toasted
Barley (Farfel)each trufy
a "Meicher.
You can purchase the
SHELAT Q KOSHER
products at your favorite
butcher or deli in the
Frozen Food section, if not
available, please write to us:
| UNfTED KOSHER.,
^W. Grand *anus
Chicago, Jinois 90610
Ait Mrs. R. Terman
aetarhood: 12:30 p.m. Meeting.
At Temple. 1880-H W. HiOsboro
Blvd.. Deerfield Beach.
Ceatral Agency for Jewish
**km: 4 to 6:30 p.m.
Teacher's Training Sessions
Temple Kol Ami, 8200 Peters
Rd.. Plantation
ORT-Cedar Ridge Chapter: 11.30
m.-6 p.m. Luncheon and card
party Red Lobster Restaurant.
Uwal Springs. Cost $8.50. 752
1692 or 973-3936.
Braadeai University NWC-Weat
Browsed Chapter: 8 p.m. Opus
I" performers will sing
Broadway tunes. Tickets 84.
Deicke Auditorium. 5701 Cymes
Rd.. Plantation. XP^
|*foeer Women Na'asaat-
5"!kv-^ ChmPt*r ":30 a.m.
Barbara Camins will demonstrate
Cambers Cosmetics. White
elephant sale. Sunrise Lakes
Phase I Playhouse.
IS*"!!?**** Ert*-
Aviv. Chapter: Noon. Youth
Aliysh luncheon. Donation 120
Oibbys Resuurant. 2900 NE 12
Terr., Fort Lauderdaie. 484-8716
or 733-2564.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 4
fSSSi ..VB^fHaadetalp
Clab: Noon. Meeting. Clubhouse
6501 N. University Dr., Tamarac
B^i Brith HUW AdvfcMry
: 9 a.m. Installation of
officers Breakfast. 85. Holiday
Inn, Tamarac.
ORT:
Coral Spring. Chapter: 8 p.m.
Membership tea. 752-5334 or 756-
2323.
Pvaapano Beach Chapter
12:30 p.m. Meeting. Speaker:
Jack Salz. Pompano Beach Rec-
reation Center, 1801 NE 6 St
Pompano Beach.
Wast Browsed Jewiah Congre-
gatioa: 8 pjn. Open House for
SS .n?m^r8 At Temple. 7473
NW 4 St.. Plantation.
?*** C-Rare Crob-Sawk*
Ifkaa PhaM I: 10 ajn. Lecture
bout Judaism. Satellite 15 731
5717.
THURSDAY APRIL 5
B'NAI BRITH WOMEN:
Cocoaat Creek Chapter: 11:30
a.m. Meeting and installation of
officers Perle Press and Charles
Poener will entertain. Mini-lunch.
Temple Beth Am. 7206 Royal
Palm Blvd.. Margate.
Saarise Chapter: Noon. Paid
up membership luncheon. Sun-
rise Lakes Phase I Playhouse.
ORT:
North Broward Region: 9:30
a.m. Executive committee
***** **"v^^aBaBBaaasBi^BB^B^BRaH|^B
who donate or will donate 8260
are invited. Inverrary Country
Chib.
MONDAY APRIL t
B'nai B'rHh-Poenpaao Ledge: 8
p.m. Board masting. Pompano
Beach City Hall Commisaion
Chambers.
HADASSAH:
PSaalatioa Yachad Chapter:
Noon. Meeting. Speaker: Lisa
Synalovski, regional director of
Young Judea. will discuae the
Hadaaaah Youth activities
program. Mini-lunch. Dekko
Auditorium. 5701 Cypreas Rd.,
Plantation.
*no fijy-
SB*-*0*'
ORT:
8noloin Wj"J
PWe hisai
Meeting. afoJj
Caater. I040p,
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Reenrollment luncheon and card
party. Inverrary Country Club.
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Beach. Sisterhood: Concert with
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Yac, was treated to a day ofPurim fun when Rabbi
i of Chahad Lubavitch brought Purim boxes and
the residents of the nursing home. Organized by
,'s Chaplaincy Commission, under the direction of
Schwartz, this program was just part of a series of
jms that the Commission oversees. In the works
{that entails the taping of Passover sedan for
hospitals and other places that have the close
is.
frnny Barrett, J.D.
the hospital as an
got bills from the
$99 I sent them in
. / received a state-
Medicare saying this
pid it paid the same
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$99 and they are
ibursed m$161. That
i fair What should 1
V.K..Dania
)ks as though the
accepted assign-
means they Me
icept the 80 percent of
tare allowed and you
20 percent. Tliey
rere overpaid and we
letter for you asking
irn some money.
)f her is in the nursing
finally got her on
ihe has a wheelchair
her get around. I am
day so they will keep
> I have to pay this?
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care helps to pay for a
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be it a hospital or a
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the hospital now. He
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which was the first
time in a long time. Can you
explain it tome?
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into the hospital be had to pay a
deductible. Since he has not been
out of an institution for 60 days,
he is in the same benefit period.
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pay another deductible. However
you will have to count all the
days that he is in the hospital
since it is in the same period. He
gets 90 days in each benefit
period and does not etart anew
until he is out of any facility for
60 days.
This column is a service of the
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B'nai-B'not Mitzvah
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Brett Davidson was called to
the Torah in honor of his Bar
MiUvah at the Saturday March
24 service at Temple Beth Orr,
Coral Springs. QL
TEMPLE BETH AM
Mark Koeasg, son of Joan and
Jerome Koenig of Coral Springs,
will become a Bar Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning March 31
service at Temple Beth Am, Mar-
gate.
Meredith Solomon, daughter of
Gail and Philip Solomon of Coral
Springs, will celebrate her Bat
Mitzvah at the Friday night
April 6 service at Beth Am.
The following morning at the
Saturday April 7 service, Greg
Polaky, son of Norma and Dr.
Frederick Polaky of Coral
Springs, will be come a Bar
Mitzvah.QL
TEMPLE
SHA ARAY TZEDEK
Mark Wotf* son of Harriett*
and Robert Wolfe of Sunrise, will
become a Bar Mitzvah celebrant
at the Havdalah services on
Saturday March 31 at Temple
Sha'aray Tzedek. Sunrise.QL
TEMPLE KOL AMI
Audrey and Stephanie Kaplan,
daughters of Arlette and Daniel
Kaplan of Plantation, will cele-
brate their B'not Mitzvah at the
Friday night March 30 service at
Temple Kol Ami, Plantation.
At the Saturday morning
March 31 service, the B'nai
MiUvah of Howard LevhM, son
of Ivy and Lawrence Levine of
Plantation, and Jennifer Kay,
daughter of Ronald Kay of Sun-
rise, will be celebrated.QL
TEMPLE BETH ISREL
Mitchell Farber, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Farber of Planta-
tion, will be called to the Torah in
honor of his Bar Mitzvah at the
Saturday March 31 service at
Temple Beth Israel. Sunrise.QL
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Jason Carr, son of Mr and
Mrs. Wimmer. celebrated his Bar
MiUvah at the Saturday March
24 service at Congregation Beth
Hillel of Margste.QL
TEMPLE EMANUEL
Janine Beck, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Saul Beck of Coral
Springs, will celebrate her Bat
Mittvah at the Saturday mor-
ning April 7 service at Temple
Emanu El. Fort Lauderdale.
BB 'adopts'
SovietJewish
communities
B'nai B'rith International,
which has been "adopting"
individual Soviet Jewish refuse-
niks over the last several years,
announced that it will take that
concept a giant step further by
"adopting" entire Soviet Jewish
communities.
In letters to B'nai B'rith
leaders around the world. B'nai
B'rith President Gerald Kraft
and Executive Vice President Dr.
Daniel Thursz said that the
Jewish service organization's
local councils will be paired,
beginning March 15. with cities
in the Soviet Union in an ongoing
program.
Several dozen cities have al-
ready been coupled, they said.
Only those Soviet cities with
known refuseniks and a
significant Jewish population are
being selected Moscow has been
'adopted' by the South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith
B'nai B'rith International, the
headquarters of the worlds
oldest and largest Jewish service
organization, is providing its
local groups with profiles of
known refuseniks in their
adopted community; instructions
on communicating with Jews in
that city: and a step-by step
guide on implementing the
program
"(Kir support is needed more
than ever more, in fact, than
last year." Kraft and Thursz
stated, noting that Jewish emi-
gration continues to drop "while
the brutal Soviet onslaught
against Jews and prac-
tically all things Jewish is
picking up steam."
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Friday, March 30,1964 / The Jewiah Floridian of Greater Fort Uuderdale Page 16
In the last issue of THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, the ad-
vertisement listing the names of the UJA Super Sunday
volunteers was incomplete. In a future issue, the names
omitted, will be listed.
AND GEORGE BERMAN
Is 35th Anniversary Award for
\ to Judaic causes, at a brunch
honor by Temple Beth Israel's
^ee. Guest speaker for the event
ssman Larry Smith who
discussed his fact-finding trip to Israel and
the Middle East. Pictured are (left to right)
Alan and Elaine Cohn, tribute committee;
the Berman's, Cong. Smith, and tribute
committee members Ruth and Dr. Sylvan
Goldin.
bnnel 2 to broadcast Jewish specials
m month of April,
Bit! '2 is presenting
s featuring Jewish
In Tuesday. April
hary will profile the
Khan Kban. former
Minister, served as
int alive, and Israeli
Ambassador to the U.S.
Currently he is a Labor member
of the Knesset. Kban is inter-
viewed by host Stanley
Rosenblatt.
At 9 pjn. Saturday April 14,
Marcel Ophuls* three-hour docu-
mentary. The Sorrow and the
Pity, will be shown. The docu-
ICCAD sponsoring show
hearing-impaired Apr. 1
mentary, The Sorrow and the
Pity, will be shown. The docu-
mentary depicts the German
occupation of France during WW
Israeli Diary will profile the life
of Amnon Rubenstein at 10:30
p.m. Monday April 30. Rosen-
blatt will interview Rubenstein
who is a member of the Knesset.
Rubenstein will discuss Israel
and the Middle East situation.
(Community Center
the Deaf is spon-
lening of enter
the hearing im-
Sunday April 1
6501 W. Sunrise
In ffl
bence through the
v language will he
two groups: "A
I nds" and "Hand
group*- are
professional inter
I it community
Fgarized themselves
pacial shows
raise hinds lor
: i train more in-
I'or further
tall (ia\ le Krener at
the Center 792-6700 or 797-1330
TTY.
BB Hillel Advisory
Board to install officers
The Bnai B'rith Hillel
Advisory Board of Broward and
Halm Beach counties has elected
the following officers for the
1984-85 term of office: .Julius J.
Kinhik. president: Henry
V\ arshav. sky. Martin Cohen.
Kenee I-efton. vice presidents:
Uoliert (ioldberg. treasurer.
Kenee l^efton. corresponding
secretary; and Kstelle War
shawsky. recording secretary.
The installation will take pla
at a 9 a.m. Wednesday April 4
breakfast to be held at the Holi-
day Inn. located on 441 north of
( omniertial Blvd Cost is Sf> per
person.
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