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

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e Jewish FLORIMAN
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Number 16
Fort Lauderdale. Florida Friday, April 13,1964
Price 35 Cents
inteers make Super Sunday
a $uper Success
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per Sunday time!
of excitement!
time of enthusiasm
ion!
FH
But it was also a time when
thousands throughout Broward
County became more aware of the
need to maintain and enhance the
quality of Jewish life throughout
the world.
Sunday, April 1, was UJA
Super Sunday Phon-A-Thon. On
that day. calls to over 20.000
homes in North Broward from
nine in the morning until nine at
night from 650 volunteers,
recorded over $122,000 in pledges
to the 1984 UJA Campaign of the
Jewish Federation of Greater Ft.
lauderdale.
Those responses of committ-
ment generated the enthusiasm
and the excitement that pervaded
the spacious hall of Temple Beth
Tnrah-Tamarac Jewish Center,
Super Sunday headquarters.
Some of the volunteers were
frustrated by the many calls that
went unanswered that warm,
sunny Sunday, and by the wrong
numbers that popped up. But all
agreed it was a worth-while effort
to seek new contributions to
UJA.
President's
Passover
Message
Edmund Entin
B'nai B'rith asks UN to examine
violation of Soviet Jews' rights
IIC.TON (JTA) -
International has
te United Nations to
e gross violation" of
Soviet Jews to be
th their families as
by both the Helsinki
the International
Civil and Political
to urge the USSR to
' Jews to emigrate.
to the UN Assistant
general Kurt Hemdl at
for Human Rights in
Gerald Kraft, B'nai
ident, pointed out that
Union has signed the
fcwet and ratified the
t>l
)f

covenant.
The letter was in response to a
request by Hemdl for comments
on a resolution by the UN's
Subcommission on Prevention of
Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities, adopted last Sep-
tember.
Kraft described the resolution
as "a vitally important contribu-
tion to both peace and human
rights." He noted that the
resolution states that "interna-
tional peace must be found upon
freedom, equality, justice and
respect for fundamental human
rights" and that in today's world
"the relationship between human
rights and questions of peace and
security is emerging into sharper
focus."
This Passover, as every
Passover since Moses exclaimed,
"Let My People Go," there are
still Jews around the world
suffering deprivation, bondage
and want. As we observe
Passover, let us remember our
teachings to use our wealth
and strength to heal and not to
harm, to help and not to hinder,
to bless and not to curse.
On this eve of the 37th year of
the Jewish State, let us rekindle
our resolve through our
Federation-UJA Campaigns to
help Israel live. Let us remember
Xhat Jewish destiny is in Jewish
hands.
In this season of Jewish
remembrance and rededication.
let us renew our commitment
To Soviet Jewry; let us declare
that we shall maintain our vigil-
ance.
To Jews in need in other
lands; let us declare that our
compassion reaches out to them.
* And to the people of Israel, to
whom we declare that we are one
in heart, in mind, in spirit.
Let our 1964 campaign become
a celebration of the Jewish ideal
of life. Let us take pride in the
reality that "This Year in Jeru-
salem" means "Every Year in
Jerusalem."
rive Years, Relations Between
1 and Egypt Can Be Improved

AVID LANDAU
M.KM (JTA) -
rtian relations, five
the two countries
peace treaty, could be
proved. Premier Yit-
nir reportedly told U.S.
voy Donald Rumsfeld
ig here Friday.
d flew to Jerusalem
m Cairo where he had
h President Hosni
Shamir, who briefed
iet on his discussions
OND FAMILY
MISSION
ly 23-Aug. 3
|b// Missions
Office
r Information
748-8400
with the American envoy, is said
to have stressed Israel t> dissatis-
faction with the "cold peace"
with Egypt. He spoke on the eve
of the fifth anniversary of the
treaty which was signed in
Washington on March 26.1979.
GOVERNMENT sources
stressed, however, mat the
crucial military provisions of the
treaty were, in the main,
scrupulously observed by both
sides. The problem is the freeze in
normalization of relations which
progressed initially but then
stalled and has been virtually
suspended since Kgypt recalled
its Ambassador from Tel Aviv
when Israel invaded Lebanon in
June, 1982.
The failure of the Egyptians to
return their envoy end the
various conditions demanded by
Mubarak before doing so, has
rankled the Israelis. Neverthe-
less, government sources con-
ceded that even the limited type
of peace with Egypt that exists
today would have been a highly
desirable dream a decade ago.
Happy Passover



Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/ Friday, April 13,1964
Chaplaincy Commission arranges Passover Seders
Nursing homes, retirement
centers, a detention center, and
the Kosher Nutrition site some-
time during the week beginning
April 5, will be visited by
volunteers recruited by the ef-
forts of the Chaplaincy Commis-
sion of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort I.auderdale. to help
celebrate Passover.
Pulpit rabbis, retired rabbis,
synagogues, organization lodges
and chapters, and the Jewish
Community Center's WECARE
volunteers are joining in the
services by bringing Passover to
'shut-ins' and lonely Fort
Lauderdale elderly.
Rabbi Albert B. Schwartz.
director of Federation's
Chaplaincy Commission, has
organized the following Passover
Seders:
THURSDAY APRIL 6 -
Cantors Max Kronish snd Phillip
New Passover Haggadahs demonstrate Jewish vitality
The Passover Haggadah: with a
Traditional and Contemporary
Commentary. Shlomo Riskin.
Ktav. 1983. 169 pages. S5.96
(paper!
Eretz Israel Passover Haggadah.
Eliav ben-Aharon; illustrations
and graphic design by Shemuel
Katz. Keter Inc. 1983. unpaged
S19.95 (cloth).
A Passover Haggadah: the New
Union Haggadah. Herbert
Bronstein, editor: drawings by
Leonard Bask in Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis. 1982.
123 pages. $7.50 (paper).
The Shalom Seders: Three
Haggadahs. Compiled by New
Jewish Agenda: introduction by
Arthur Waskow. Adama Books.
103 pages. $12.95 (paper).
Reviewed by Debra Reed Blank
We need only look at four new
Haggadot to find testimony to
the vitality and diversity of
Jewish life. Perhaps this is a good
year to consider becoming part of
this excitement: why not have
your own seder for the first time?
Or consider adding new blood to
your usual "Maxwell House"
seder?
Shlomo Riskin has given us an
invaluable, timeless Haggadah
featuring commentaries with the
special brief. The format is the
traditional Haggadah text (with
an English translation) broken
up into small segments and
surrounded by "sermonettes." In
these, Riskin succeeds in making
the traditional speak to the
moment. Furthermore. the
material is truly new, rather than
just a rehashing of the old.
Not for the beginner, this
Haggadah is ideal for one who
knows and loves the seder and
who wants to study beforehand
with the intention of leading or
just contributing to the
discussion.
A beautiful choice of
Hangadah comes to us from
OUR WAY
distributes
Ma Nishtana in
sign language
OUR WAY. the program for
the Jewish deaf sponsored by the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth (NCSY). is
distributing directions for
"signing" the blessing said over
7the mauoh and the first question
of the Ma Nishtana (the Four
^Questions), to thousands of deaf
* Jewish youth and adults in
preparation for Passover, which
starts on the night of April 16.
The information sheet is part
of OUR WAY's "mitzvah series"
of prayers snd hlssringa in sign
]* language for various holidays
f and occasions. Other OUR WAY
? projects include Jewish Tele-
Story, s dial a story service for
those with teletype telephones
(212) 947-5963. snd OUR WAY
Magazine, packed with stories
snd information about Jewish
life.
7 OUR WAY will slso distribute
* the complete Ma Nishtana in sign
' Isnguage for use at the Passover
* seder You msy receive s copy by
sending a long, stamped, self-
addressed envelope to: OUR
WAY c-o NCSY. 45 West 86th
Street. New York. NY lOOW!
(2121 563 4000
Keter Press: red and gold bin-
ding, quality paper with colorful,
glossy illustrations. For this
reason alone, this is a good choice
for a child or a beginner.
The lay-out of the text and
commentary (in Hebrew and
English) is easy to follow.
Comments are brief: unfortuna-
tely the English is awkward. This
traditional Haggadah is
augmented by piyyutim
(religious poems) snd Biblical
selections (with commentary) on
the Messianic period. An ap-
pendix includes Israeli, Biblical,
and holiday songs.
The CCAR gives us its revised
edition of their 1974 Haggadah.
The pagination is the same so
thst the editions msy be used
interchangeably. Essentially the
Haggadah has stayed the same,
snd well it should, for ten years
later it is every bit as excellent.
This Haggadah is basically
traditional, but features changes,
many based upon precedents in
earlier Haggadah texts. Thus
seder veterans will find some
delightful differences. A large
selection of optional readings is
presented: there is something for
everyone here, choices from the
contemporary and the tradi-
tional, the secular and the
religious.
This Haggadah is written in a
flowing, readable English, with
some blessings and songs in
Hebrew. It is beautifully
illustrated in a contemporary
though not abstract fashion. An
appendix has the music for the
blessings, kiddush. Mallei, and
other songs. This is not a
"watered-down" Haggadah! All
the traditional elements are here,
plus much more This Haggadah.
without ever being overbearing
or jarring, allows the seder
veterans to experiment. This is
an excellent Haggadah (or
everyone!
New Jewish Agenda has
compiled three Haggadot which
have their mots in the traditional
Haggadah. but all reshape the
seder in order to express
changing perceptions of freedom.
All are in English with occasional
Hebrew used for blessings,
prayers, snd songs.
These Haggadot will be ap-
preciated by people familiar with
the traditional text who can
therefore perceive their genesis.
Obviously one must be willing to
experiment: all three will
stimualte discussion whether
they are "liked" or not. They are
certainly excellent choices for
people who feel resistant to.
uninterested in. or unstimulated
by the traditional Haggadah.
Even if you do not use these
Haggadot at a seder, they are
worth reading and will enhance
your insights into the traditional
text.
Thus we see that the
Haggadah lives on. growing and
changing, yet always, always
remaining the same.
Debra Reed Blank is currently
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FRIDAY APRIL 6 Rabbi
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V\ BDNB8DAY APRIL 11 St.
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(enter will be visited by Rabbi
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Friday, April 13.19S4 / The Jewjab Floridim of Greater Fort Uuderdale Page 3
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om left to right: Gail and Kerry Kuhn,
Sharon Longer, Co-Chairmen Janet
and Peter Oppenheimer, and Sen. Peter Wtin-
stein.
>ral Springs Pacesetter dinner a success
PUBLIX WISHES
YOU AMD
YOUR FAMILY
A JOYOUS
FASSOVER
CELEBRATION.
May the Seder table find you full of the
happiness and hope this time-honored^
festival inspires.
U Springs 1964 UJA Pacesetter's
| tone of camaraderie at Le Provence
on Wednesday, March 28. Co-
|Janet and Peter Oppenheimer hosted
sparked by interest in a more active
if Springs in next year's UJA activi-
r Weinstein spoke to the group about
the importance of being vocal and taking an
active role in local politics. The Jewish com-
munity both here and abroad benefit from our
interest and participation.
Brian Sharr, 1964 Campaign Co-Chairman also
spoke about how Coral Springs benefits from the
Federation.
munity-wide Holocaust observance
Apr. 29 at Temple Beth Am
{lay April 29, there will
nunity observance of
shoa' Day of
Ince for the Holocaust
nple Beth Am. 7206
Blvd., Margate. This
l is being co-sponsored
ocaust Survivors Club
[Florida, Temple Beth
[the Community Rela-
nmittee of the Jewish
of Greater Fort
b. with the assistance
Paul Plotkin, member of
Broward Board of
pd spiritual leader of
eth Am.
Featured as part of the after-
noon's program will be an exhibi-
tion of photographs from the
American Federation of Ghetto
Fighters in Yad Vashem
depicting the history of the
Holocaust, and an exhibition of
art work by a local artist on a
theme related to the Holocaust.
All synagogues in North
Broward and all Jewish youth
organizations have been invited
to participate. The children will
be participating in a special
candle lighting ceremony in
commemoration of the Holocaust
and will participate in the general
program, both in song and with
readings.
Featured will be a testimony
given by Holocaust survivors
living in the local community.
Local elected officials have also
been invited to attend. For
further information contact
Lawrence M. Schuval, CRC
director at 7464400.
igressman & Mrs.
iwrence J. Smith
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^Jemstl FlcridOf? The Meaning of Passover
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Friday, April 13, 1964
Volume 13
11NISAN6744
Number 16
Message to the Soviet Pharaoh:
'Let My People Go!9
On the evening of April 16, the first seder night of the
festival of Passover, tens of thousands of American
Jewish families will include as part of their Passover
ceremonial, a reading of the "Matroh of Hope" which
recalls the fate of the Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Con-
science.
For some years now. the KGB has hounded Jews who
right for the nght to be with their families in Israel. Like
the pharaohs of old, the Kremlin is under the impression
that the human spirit can be held down; like the Jews in
Egyptian bondage thousands of years ago tens of
thousands of Soviet Jews are struggling for the right to a
homeland in Israel and to practice the faith of their
fathers.
In recent years, the door to leaving the Soviet Union
has almost been shut. In 1979, the Soviets permitted an
fXf^r18 400 Jews to *s,vt each month; in 1983 and
1984, less than 100 a month have been permitted to leave
and the Soviet propaganda machinery grinds out
messages of prejudice and anti-Semitism daily.
The "Matzoh of Hope" is almost a modem re-enactment
of the exodus from Egypt. The Soviet authorities should
surely learn a lesson from history: people of faith can
never really be held down. If the Soviet Union truly wants
a repproachment with the United States and the western
world their improved treatment of the Jewish people
would be a perfect litmus test, and visas to Israel for the
Refuseniks and prisoners should be the first step!
Our message as a free people to the Kremlin should be
the same message of the story of Passover: "Let mv
people go! '
IR* printed in part from an eitay by Jack ScU)
As Passover approaches, let ua take a moment
to look beyond the meticulous and sometimes
frenzied preparations for Peeach and our concern
with ritual to fasten our gaze at the profound
human significance, and the world impact of thia
our moat popular and favored holiday
So, momentarily, let's leave the delicious
meichels of the holiday in the kitchen and move
out into the universe, and into world history, and
into the arena and aroma of aweet-emeiling
freedom, which ia what Peeach is all about.
Ever aince the events of Passover, about 3200
years ago, mankind has never been content to be
in chains, or in serfdom, or in slavery. Freedom ia
the name of the game of life, including the other
fall-outs of freedom: freedom from poverty,
freedom from fear, freedom from want, freedom of
speech, freedom of movement, etc. That'a Peeach.
Festival of Freedom.
The moat enduring message and meaning of
Pesach ia contained in the First of the Ten
Commandments: "I am the Lord Thy God Who
brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the
house of bondage." It was therefore as God the
Liberator, interested in freedom and dignity for
ItBftl
The Matzoh of Hope
On Passover, all Jews celebrate freedom.
Yet our brothers in the Soviet Union must
still observe this holy time in secret and
our brothers in Ethiopia now are crying out
to us for help with their devastating plight.
The Matzoh of Hope represents those who
are not with us tonight Jews who have
been refused exit visas and who suffer
daily harassment. Prisoners of Conscience
who endure the hardships of cruel
imprisonment. and the 25,000 Falashas
of Ethiopia who live in famine, disease,
slavery and fear of extinction.
Both grups desire to live as Jews, among
Jews, in a free land.
We pause for a moment during this Seder
to reaffirm our solidarity with Soviet and
Ethiopian Jewry. We pledge ourselves to
continue to work for their freedom. We
vow that, once they are free, we will help
them rebuild their lives. We will not rest
until the task is complete, for until all Jews
are free, no Jew is free.
all mankind, that He orefe*-*
Himself to the riebrew.'S^L*
thereby establish freedom end .Z^
Wkh this concept our ancestor, J.
and we have bean striving toward ,
inspired ancestors at an early t-J7.'
when barbarism was a way of U V
enormously radical and revolutajeen
from the norm, a most remarkabU m
without which humanity might poenhu
a jungle society. w""yi
The exodus of our farbearen from l
slavery is mentioned more than 300l
Hebrew Scripture.
So while we observe the festive tad.
rituals of the seder, we will be missut tL,
thrust of this great Holiday if weioli
mind that the exodus from Egypt WL
central event in Jewish history, bat ifei
the greatest events in the history oftne
Who in this world could have possibly d
that in the motley bunch of humble, hug
emaciated and frightened slaves, then i
seed of David, Soloman, Isaiah, Akibt,*-
Levi. Msimonidee. Rashi. Baal ShemTorJ
fcinstein, Stephen Wise and the thoosj
other Jewish spiritual giants who madti
profound impact on civilization.
Out of a mass of slaves, Moses
nation and established them in a n,
fsith. Passover marks the birth of a _
leads to Mt. Sinai and Shavuos. where ual
Commandments linked for the first tin, si
all time, the indissoluble union of rannai
morality and the world has never bwi
same.
Something cataclysmic took place SI
ago, an event the vibrations of which
shaking the foundation of the earth Thti
message of that momentous event a _
vasively significant for our world today Ml
been and freedom has become the mml_
on the world agenda. Whatever freedom tW||
has been preesited by religion, and no i
more than by our Judaism.
A Living Force, beyond our comprehassaj
Jewish history into motion. By ceiebretsf al
Passover, we never allow ourselves to faraKatl
the God we worship is the Author of liberty *j
want* mankind to be free.
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Rep Larry Smith wood I has introduced, in the
House of Representatives, a bill
which would open the way for
thousands of older homeowners
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dollars from their houses without
moving or taking out a mortgage.
"Some of our country's elderly
population are 'house-rich' and
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enable the elderly to safely draw
upon their home equity," Smith
stated. "This concept could prove
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boost for large numbers of elderly
homeowners in the coming
decades," said Smith.
Smith stated that in South
Florida there is a high concentra-
tion of elderly. He said that this
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Mica investigating USIA 'blacklist'
_J State Repre-
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\ior citizens
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)n will be held at noon
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r wishing to enter their
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is going to the artist.
the Board of Commonwealth, will
serve as Chairman. Co-Chairmen
will be Bill Moffatt and Jack
Moss, and Dinner-Chairman will
be Alan Levy.
Mil
Congressman Dan Mica (D.-
Fla), Chairman of the Interna-
tional Operations Subcommittee
of the House Foreign Affairs
Committee, has his staff inves-
tigating allegations surrounding
the existence of a USIA "black-
list" and reports of the sub-
sequent destruction of relevant
documents.
The agency's 84-person
"blacklist" was allegedly
compiled by USIA staff members
as a method to limit on political
and ideological grounds those
individuals who would be sent
overseas under USIA auspices.
"As Chairman of the House
Subcommittee with jurisdiction
over the United State* Informa-
tion Agency, I feel that it is
necessary and appropriate that
we look into every aspect of the
'blacklist' controversy," said
Mica. "What's at stake here is
the integrity of a vital American
agency. We need to get to the
bottom of a seemingly endless
series of disturbing revelations."
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Rabbi David Gordon, Chaplain
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that North Ridge plans to video-
tape a Sabbath service as well as
services for the High Holy Days.
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ILLAS (JTA) -
sr President Jimmy
charged on the fifth
[ersary of the signing
Israel Egypt peace
that the Reagan
frustration has failed
fcove ahead with the
David process for a
ker peace in the Middle
think we've not only not
[progress in the Mideast,
been a ret regression in
rts for peace in the
Carter told reporters at a
Conference during a visit to
irr Methodist University.
CALLED for "an
can initiative at the top
\<\ til her President Keagan
*< relarj of State George
1/ to hring about a thaw in
Ihilly relations which have
ped between Israel and
t since the outbreak of the
Lebanon in June. 1982.
while the former President
ritial of the Mideast policies
Keagan Administration,
said he was glad that the
t reaty which he was helpful
olding has survived three
is challenges in the past few
robably the most severe was
equirement that Israel with-
fmm the Sinai and
jntle the settlements," he
| "The next most serious was
fptian President Anwar)
it's death and his replace-
by (Hosni) Mubarak. And a
severe test was the Israeli
sion of Lebanon."
tUT CARTER said he did not
[ny prospects for a broader
c* in the region in the im-
diate future. He described the
' role in Lebanon as a total
ure which has stregthened
n influence "and therefore
Soviet Union's influence in
region."
[he former President said the
has become an unreliable
tner. partially due to the
Kc agreements signed with
el which has taken the US.
of the role of an unbiased
Rotator and mediator. Carter
he did not feel that the ef-
' of a special Mideast
nbassador, such as Donald
""Sfeld, would win any serious
-ssions from leaders in the
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[ said the militia
led fire only after
ppen attacked by
ers and some of the
been injured by
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liers were wounded by
be while searching for
Bear Rehan village in
ion.
\t\ spokesman said the
mounted after an ex-
karge detonated at a
[as an Israeli patrol
The explosion caused
but the search party
four casualties when
soldiers stepped on a
^e search yielded five
Dlosive devices which
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grenade thrown at an
l>y patrol in Sidon today
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TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER-TtmpU Beth
Torah hosted a Salute to Israel breakfast on
Sunday, March 11. The Israel Bond committee
responsible for this event is shown, (left to right)
David Waldman, Matt Dinah, Chairman David
Krantz, George MoranU. John Shabel, Abe
Meltzer. Sol Schulman, Phil Paukler.
..trw.o.tsM /vr nu event u snown, fisrr to right/:
Mitterrand Says EEC Feels No Hostility Toward Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) -
President Francois Mit-
terrand of France told a
delegation of American
Jewish leaders that there is
no hostility toward Israe'
within the Euro pear
Economic Community
(EEC) and promised that
his country would take Is-
sraeli interests into con-
sideration in assessing the
economic impact of the
EEC's expansion by the
entry of Spain and Por-
tugal.
The French President met with
the Jewish leaders' delegation,
headed by Edgar Bronfman,
president of the World Jewish
Congress, at the French Con-
sulate General here. Information
on the content of the meeting was
given to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency by a spokesman for
WJJC.
ACCORDING TO the spokes
man, the Jewish leaders
discussed with Mitterrand
various issues, among them
Soviet Jewry, anti-Semitism at
the United Nations, the situation
in Lebanon in the aftermath of
the French troop withdrawal.
anti-Semitic extremists in France
and Europe, and the effort to
extradite Nazi war criminal
Walter Rauff from Chile.
The spokesman said the
meeting between the dozen
Jewish leaders and Mitterrand
"was candid and revealing." He
said the French President was
"very open" and went so far as to
speak of the various anti-Israel
elements he must contend with
both internally and externally, in
shaping France's foreign policy.
"In sum," the spokesman said.
"Mitterrand made clear that
France stood four-square behind
Israel on matters relating to
Israel's survival, but reserved the
right to disagree on other
issues."
THE SPOKESMAN added
that Mitterrand said he had
spoken to Spanish Premier Felipe
Gonzalez concerning the
establishment of diplomatic
relations between Spain and
Israel. He quoted the French
leaders as saying: "We love the
people of Israel and respect the
state."
Among the members of the
delegation was Julius Berman,
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations.

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Installations held for North
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Oscar Goldstein was recently
installed as President of the
North Broward Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges by Irving Zucker,
past president at a dinner held at
Temple Beth Israel, 7100 West
Oakland Park Blvd.
Sol Hechtkopf, past president
acted as Chairman of the dinner.
Also installed were Reuben
Strashinsky, President Elect,
and Vice Presidents Leon Siegel,
Harry Haimowitz and Louis
Yahm.
Pioneer Women annual conference
IT PRODUCE AND ALLIED
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I Kosfter tor Passover m Spsoaty MeWretf Ptckegtt
Scholarships ranging from
$200 to $2,400 per student (or the
1964-86 academic year will be
awarded to students who are
unable to afford the full tuition of
$3,400 per year announced Mrs.
Ellie Katz, Executive Vice
President of the Jewish High
School of South Florida, located
in North Miami Beach.
"We are delighted to offer
these scholarships to serious-
minded students who wish to
take advantage of our intensive
academic and Jewish Heritage
programs," she said.
The school serve* students
from both Dade and Broward
Counties. It waa founded in 1981,
under the auspices of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
which is funded by the Jewish
Federation of Ft. Lauderdale.
The Broward Council of Pio-
neer Women-Na'Amat will hold
their Annual Conference on April
30, at 9:30 a.m., at the Holiday
Inn on University Drive and
Sample Road. Shulamkh Saltz-
man, executive vice president will
act as Chairman of the morning
session, of this day long confer-
ence and Florence Sherman,
president will Chair the afternoon
session.
The installation of the 1984-86
members will be conducted by
Mildred Weiss, a member of the
National Board.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
Leoraii Cownci
Installation ceremonies and a
luncheon will be held by the
Leorah Council of B'nai B'rith
Women at noon Wednesday
April 26 at Justin's Restaurant,
Sunrise. Lorraine Heller, chair-
man of the South Coastal Region
of BBW will install the following
officers: Harriet Schulman,
president; Harriet Weinroth,
Bertha Sheps. Lee Gutman,
Anne Simmons, and Bertha
Mayes, vice presidents; Mimi
Uilbnan, Eve Saks, and Ann
Okin, secretaries; Rae Palevaky,
reasurer; and Arline Rohr,
'"unselor.
B'nai B'rith Women of Coconut
Creek held their Annual Donor
Luncheon at Boca Pointe Coun-
try Club recently Pictured (left
to right) Co-Choirmen Rente
Klarreich and Ruth WizelL
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
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Chapter:
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[Cypress Rd.,
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p.m. Israeli
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PASSOVER
April 16 and
Jdinners. Rabbi
[Geld will con-
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16 and 17.
ibbi Stone or
will conduct
(enter-Temple
Shaaray Taedek, Sbterfaood: 7
p.m. April 16 and 17. Kosher
Passover Seders. Services con-
ducted by Cantor Jack Marchant
and Cantor Ed Altner. 742-9219,
741-6107,741-6665, or 741-8504.
Temple Emanu-EI: 6:30 p.m.
Annusl Congregational Passover
Seder. Rabbi Jeffrey L. Ballon
will conduct services. 731-2310.
Pioneer Women-Na'amat-Negev
Chapter: Passover at Shelboume
Hotel in Miami Beach. 426-1941
or 427-1343.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
FOR ISRAEL:
Bonaventure Chapter: 6 p.m.
Annual Seder for Passover.
Cantor Nathan Levinson and
members of the organization will
conduct the service. 389-4067,
389-4491.
Tamarac Chapter: April 16 to
19. Passover at the Marco Polo,
Miami Beach. 722-7588, 722-
6762.
B'nai B 'nth-Plantation Lodge:
April 16 and 17. Kosher Seder.
Towne House Caterers in Sun-
rise. Jack Fishman and his
concert group will officiate. 472-
0350. 473-9500.
TUESDAY APRIL 17
FIRST DAY PASSOVER
WEDNESDAY APRIL 18
SECOND DAY PASSOVER
THURSDAY APRIL 19
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Lakes City Hall.
B'nai B'rith Woman-Golda Meir
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B'nai B'rith Lauderdak Lake*
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Phase 8 Recreational Hall, 4700
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ARMDI David Marcua Chapter:
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6767 NW 24 St.. Sunrise.
SUNDAY APRIL 22
JCC: 7 to 10:30 p.m. Israeli
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6700.
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Pge 14 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday, April 13,1984
B'nai-B'not Mitzvah
TEMPLE
SHA'ARAY TZEDEK
The Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey
KJiegman, son of Joyce and
David Kliegman of Sunrise, will
be celebrated at the Saturday
morning April 14 service at
Sha'aray Tzedek, Sunrise.
Laaee Winters, son of Lynda
and Kenneth Winters of Coral
Springs, will be called to the
Torah in honor of his Bar Mk
zvan at the Havdalah services on
the same day.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
Ryan Co of. son of Judie and
Robert Couf of Plantation, and
Christopher Marks, son of Enid
and Victor Marks of Plantation,
will celebrate their B'nai Mitzvah
at the Saturday morning April 14
service at Kol Ami. Plantation
The B'nai Mitzvah of Aaron
Levy, son of Dolores and Bernard
Levy of Plantation, and Robbie
Sponder, snn of Barbara and
Raymond Sponder also of Plan-
tation, will be celebrated at the
Saturday morning April 21
service at Kol Ami
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
Hyae Matyas. daughter of
Jeonette and Solem Matyas of
Sunrise, will celebrate her Bat
Mitzvah at the Friday night
'Twinning' with the Soviet Union
Can you imagine living in a
country where the government
won't allow you to practice
Judaism? Where its against the
law to learn Hebrew, Yiddish or
Jewish history? According to the
laws of the Soviet Union, the only
"religion" in the USSR is
atheism: belief in no G-d
Because of this the Jews suffer in
many ways.
There are no Hebrew schools
where Jews can learn about their
culture and history; it is impos-
sible to buy books on Jewish
history. Bibles, prayer books,
Hebrew or Yiddish grammar
books or dictionaries; one can't
publish Hebrew calendars, bake
matzoh for Pass over or produce
tallitot. Each year more syna-
gogues are closed:
enough to attend
photographed and
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Prank Maisttr
There are two and one-half
those brave million Jews in the Soviet Union
services are
harassed by
If the Soviet Union succeeds in
its plan to erase Jewish life from
the USSR, one qusrter of the
world's Jewish populstion will
disappear.
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Ft. Lauderdale has a
"Twinning"' program to help
keep Judaism alive in the Soviet
Union. This program allows Jews
in the Soviet Union to take part,
by proxy. in Jewish
rituals. An example of this is a
'Twinning" Bar Mitzvah that
took place on April 7 between
Frank Maister. Temple Sholom.
Pom pa no Beach and Alexander
Shoikhet. Kharkov. USSR
Alexander is now Bar Mitzvahed
thanks to Frank and his family
For more information on
"Twinning" call Lawrence
Schuval at the Federation 748-
8400.
Will your survivors
provide you with a
proper Jewish funeral?
$39 a month
will guarantee it.
Until now, many people who
wanted to purchase a pre-
arranged and pre-paid fu-
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The entire payment in ad-
vance required more dollars
than a family was willing to
spend.
But thanks to the Guaran-
teed Security*" Plan. Jewish
(amides in Florida can now
easily afford to pre-arrange
and pre-pay a proper Jew-
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In fact, the Guaranteed Security Plan is the only pre-need
need plan that can pay any and every incidental expense
of a funeral service. No other plan does as much, and
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