The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
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Fred K. Shochet.
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Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Ft. Lauderdale

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
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 FLORID! AN
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
lumber 17
Fort Lauderdale. Florid* Friday, April 27,1964
Price 35 Cents
men's Division holds installation
to right: Miriam Ring, Reba Shotz, Min Gruman and Sybil Brody, newly elected Life
Women's Division.
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the day.
Waldman,
The Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Greater Ft.
LauderdaJe held its annual
meeting and installation lun-
cheon Wednesday, April 11 at
Gibby's Restaurant.
Rosryn Entin, a long time
Women's Division board
member, was installed as
President. Mrs. Entin has served
as Co-chairperson of the Patron's
Division for Woodland's UJA,
Chairperson of the Overall
Women's Division of Woodlands
UJA, Executive Board member
of the Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Greater Ft.
Lauderdale, Chairperson of the
Federation's President's Council,
President of Woodlands North
ORT, and Co-chairperson of
Masada Division.
Officers elected with her war*
Barbara Wiener, Executive Vice-
president of the Campaign; Dee
Hahn and Esther Leraer,
Campaign Co-Chairpersons;
Claire Socransky, Community
Relations Vice-President;
Charlotte Padek, Education Vice-
Pictured lift to right, Pitta Sincoff, outgoing Women's
Division President and Roslyn Entin, newly elected Women's
Division President.
President; Ah/era Ackerberg,
Corresponding Secretary; Lee
Dreiling, Recording Secretary;
Florence K. Straus, Financial and
By-Laws Secretary; Ruth Eppy.
Nominating Committee
Chairman; Clara Kissel
Historian; and Anita Perlman,
Liaaon Officer to Advisory
Council.
Elected as Women's Division
Life members were: Sybil Brody,
Min Gruman, Miriam Ring and
Reba Shots.
el Reinstein slated to be president of Federation
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einstein, currently
'ice President of the
eration of Greater Ft.
has been nominated
as president at the
rs Annual Meeting to
j.m., Tuesday, May 29
tall on the JCC Cam-
W. Sunrise Blvd.,
l-.ntin. Federation
will preside at the
h inn and presentation
which is open to all
(contributors.
fment of the nomina-
)fficers for one-year
members of the board
for one and two year
made at this month's
King by Samuel K.
urman of the Nomin-
lmittee. Serving with
Jacob Brodzki, Felice
I Alan Levy, Sheldon
ml Padek and Sol
The Committee nominated:
Joel Reinstein, President: Brian
Sherr, Executive Vice President;
Sam Leber. Alan Levy, Samuel
K. Miller, John Streng. and Ethel
Waldman, Vice President. Irving
Libowsky, Secretary; and
Sheldon Polish, Treasurer.
For one and two year terms on
the board the following were
nominated to serve as directors:
one year terms: Sidney Spewak
and Florence K. Straus; two year
terms: Walter Bernstein. Philip
Cohen. Milton Edelstein,
Leonard Farber, Irving R.
Friedman. Morris Furman, Dr.
Phillip Kanev. William Katzberg.
David Miller. Norman Ostrau.
Saul Padek and Herbert Sadkin.
Newly elected directors
nominees are: George Berman,
Daniel Cantor, David Krantz, Dr.
Robert Segaul, Felice Sincoff.
Morris Small. and David
Sommers.
Slated to become president of
the Federation. Joel Reinstein is
past UJA Campaign Chairman.
past director of Temple Beth
Israel, past chairman of North
Broward Israel Bonds, past
Project Renewal chairman, a
member of AIPAC and Hebrew
Day School director.
Joel is a partner in the law firm
of Capp, Reinstein. Kopelowitz
and Atlas. PA. He and his wife
Pearl, along with their children
are long-time residents of
Plantation.
Taking over the helm of the
UJA campaign for 1986 will be
Brian Sherr. Sherr, a partner in
the law firm of Sherr, Tiballi and
Fayne, nominated to become
executive vice president for 1985.
has served as vice president of
the Federation. Co-chairman of
the General Campaign 1983-84,
founder and Chairman of the
Attorney's Division of the
Federation and has received the
Young Leadership Award from
the Federation for 1982-83.
Pictured left Joel Reinstein, presidential nominee. At
right Brian Sherr, nominee for Executive Vice President
and UJA 1986 campaign chairman.
Project Renewal receives donation
from Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood
Henrietta Kalish, Sisterhood President of Temple Beth
Israel of Deerfield Beach is shown presenting a check from
the sisterhood to Ah/era Ackerberg, Chairperson of
Project Renewal of the Ft. Lauderdale Federation. This is
the first contribution received from an organization out-
side of the Federation agencies. When asked why the
sisterhood chose to give to Project Renewal Mrs. Kalish
replied," Because of the great need to be involved in such
an important project. There is no greater mitzvah."
Mrs. Kalish has served as sisterhood president for the
past four years and "hopes to do more in the future" for
Project Renewal.
Mrs. Ackerberg hopes that this will prompt other
organizations to become involved in Project Renewal.
Anyone needing more information call Ah/era Ackerberg
at the Federation office, 748-8400.
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wkh Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday, April 27,1984

Federation annual Meeting
The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
pursuant to its By-Laws, is presenting the following slate
of officers and directors, as certified by the Nominating
Committee, for election at the annual meeting at 7 p.m.,
Tuesday. May 29, at Soref Hall. JCC Campus. 6501 W.
Sunrise, Blvd.. Plantation. All contributors to
Federation's 1984 United Jewish Appeal campaign are
welcome.
President: JOEL RE IN STEIN
Executive Vice President: BRIAN SHERR
Vice President: SAM LEBER
Vice President: ALAN LEVY
Vice President: SAMUEL K. MILLER
Vice President: JOHN STRENG
Vice President: ETHEL WALDMAN
Secretary: IRVING LIBOWSKY
Treasurer: SHELDON POLISH
DIRECTORS ONE-YEAR TERM
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DIRECTORS -
WALTER BERNSTEIN
PHILIP COHEN
MILTON EDELSTEIN
LEONARD FARBER
IRVING R. FRIEDMAN
MORRIS FURMAN
TWO-YEAR TERM
DR. PHILLIP KANEV
WILLIAM KATZBERG
DAVID MILLER
NORMAN OSTRAU
SAUL PADEK
HERBERTSADKIN
NEWLY ELECTED DIRECTORS
DANIEL CANTOR MORRIS SMALL
DAVID KRANTZ DAVID SOMMERS
DR. ROBERT SEGAUL GEORGE BERMAN
FELICE SINCOFF
Publication of the Nominating Committe's slate in The
Jewish Floridian. which is mailed to the homes of 20,000
contributors to Federation's 1984 United Jewish Appeal
campaign, is deemed, in accord with the By-Laws, to be
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Saudi warns U.S. on moving Embassy
WASHINGTON Saudi
Arabia's Ambassador to the
United States warned against
moves in Congress to relocate the
American Embassy in Israel
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. In
an. appearance before the Wash-
ington Press Club Prince Bandar
Bin-Sultan also warned that if
the U.S. refuses to sell weapons
to Arab countries, they will
purchase their arms in the Soviet
Union, England or France.
Calling on the U.S. to play a
more even-handed role in the
Middle East. Bandar said "We
believe strongly that no change
should be done in the Jerusalem
situation" until the status of the
city is settled by negotiations.
Moving the Embassy at this
time, he said, "Will profoundly
affect one billion Moslems around
the world like you have never
seen it before."
The Saudi envoy was
especially critical of the U.S. for
the withdrawal of a proposed sale
of missiles to Saudi Arabia and
Jordan last month under what he
claimed was pressure from
Israel's supporters in Congress.
He said this spotlighted "a very
dangerous trend."
He noted that U.S. trade with
Arab nations totaled S13 billion a
year, creating some 600,000 jobs.
"The Israelis are doing their beat
to drive us out of the American
market, particularly in
weapons," Bandar said. "We are
determined to defend ourselves,
and we will get those weapons
anywhere." He asked if Israeli
security and U.S. interests would
be served if the Arabs took their
arms business elsewhere.
Bandar said that there is a
perception among Arabs that the
U.S. applies two standards, "one
for the Palestinians and the other
for the rest of the world" and that
whenever an American President
tries to be more even-handed in
the Mideast "the Israelis jump
on him."
He said that U.S. relations
with the Arabs were not "at a
high peak at this time," and
added: "You've got to stop
looking at us as just oil and
dollars and look at us as human
beings."
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Friday, April 27. 1984
Volume 13
26 NISAN 5744
Number 17
U.S. urged to place
Consulate in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
American Jewish Congress
continued to urge that the U.S.
Consulate in East Jerusalem be
placed under control of the U.S
Embassy in Tel Aviv but denied
that it had "suggested" that the
Consulate and its staff "are anti-
Israel or pro-PLO."
A statement to that effect was
issued by Henry Siegman, execu-
tive director of the American
Jewish Congress whose leaders
had been meeting in Jerusalem.
Siegman took issue with the
sharp response by the State
Department and by unnamed
U.S. officials to accusations that
the Consulate was conducting
"its affairs in a way that are
inimical to Israeli and American
interests" and that its personnel
have "overstepped the bounds of
diplomatic decency" by alleged
frequent meetings with Arabs
who sympathize with the Pain-
tine Liberation Organization.
Those charges were contained
in an article published in the
Jerusalem Post. April 1 by David
Clavman. director of the
AJCongress Israel office and
Peretz Levine. a research intern.
The State Department vigor-
ously denied that the Consulate
in Jerusalem has been behaving
improperly toward Israel and
called the charges "totally mis-
placed and. indeed. irres-
ponsible."
Soldier
Wounded
TEL AVIV (JTA, An
Israeli soldier was slightly
wounded by a hand grenade
thrown at his patrol in Nabativa
in south I^banon Five local real
dents were hurt by the blast.
Security sources are blaming
Syria for the recent increase in
attacks on Israel Defense Facet
personnel in Lebanon According
to the sources, there were at least
70 attacks or attempted attacks
during the past month which
resulted in four Israeli soldiers
dead and 32 wounded. There ha\e
been 16 attacks since the begin
ning of April.
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WASHINGTON Bnai
B'rith International denounced
tha April 12 attack against in-
nocent civilians on an Israeli bus
by terrorists of the Palestine
Liberation Organization and
called for the condemnation of
the PLO a sponsor, the Syrian
government.
Dr. Daniel Thursz. Bnai B'rith
executive vice president, declared
that the world's largest Jewish
service organization is "Shocked
and outraged" by the recent
wave of terrorist attacks against
Israelis by the PLO.
"The five recent terrorist
incidents shatter the PLO's self-
styled image as s national liber-
ation movement and show the
PLO to be exactly what it is: An
organization of terror bent on the
destruction of Israel and the
murder of innocent civilians."
Thursz said.
Tha Bnai B'rith chief
ing officer added that the fact
that the Syrian-controlled wing
of the PLO has claimed responsi-
bility for the attack indicated
that the Syrian government is
actively sponsoring terrorism
and deserves the outright con-
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| Annual Jewish
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by, April 30, at 7
torsi Springs City
kg Meeting room.
Lnization and syna-
tnts and executive
Irish agency and
Lpresentatives, and
governmental and
aders will come
view the past year
future programming
nent in the Coral
Highlighted speakers for the
evening will include Mr. Louis
Abramaon, current President of
the Coral Springs Jewish Coali-
tion; Commissioner Jim Gordon,
current Coral Springs City
Commissioner; Mr. Bruce Syrop,
Vice President of Fund Raising
at Temple Beth Orr in Coral
Springs. Also participating will
be a representative from the
Greater Ft. Lauderdale Jewish
Federation.
For further information on the
conference contact Janet
Oppenheimer at 752-6800.
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B*nai BYith
Youth
Alumni wanted
If you were ever a member of
BBYO in Pittsburgh, Western
Pennsylvania or West Virginia
please contact the BBYO Office
at P.O. Box 81026, Pittsburgh,
Pa.. 15217. Please include when
you were a member, what chapter
you belonged to and what you are
doing now. Also include your
present address.
The Greater Pittsburgh and
Allegheny Regions of BBYO will
celebrate the 60th Anniversary of
the founding of AZA and need a
list of their alumni.
5
11 i I.
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\s addresses needs of the elderly at conference
that there are
.net needs of the
Qation of South
larold Wishna,
.ctor of the United
Bf the Conservative
jd Helen Weisberg,
br of the North
Irasha of the Central
Jewish Education
j Jewish Federation
Fort Lauderdale,
to organize the
"Conference on
be Needs of the
the conference was
Lawton Chiles who
[the more than 500
Ittrrulance at Temple
i Sunrise, to write the
nse and different
j making their needs
es emphasized that if
pure is put on the
some effective
I be made.
pointed out that if
deficit increases any
this would create
health care for the
ilth care
rence to be
Id May 8
elderly. As Chairman of the
Health Care Committee, Chiles
said that he worked hard to
increase Hospice and Home Care
Aid.
Also addressing the conference
was Broward County Sheriff
George Brescher who pointed out
that many elderly are being taken
advantage of by con men and
cautioned the crowd that nothing
is a "sure thing."
The conference was sponsored
by the Southeast Region of the
United Synagogue of America.
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deration of Greater Ft.
ile will sponsor, through
tun the American Asao-
l"f Retired Persons, a
re on Medicare and
Problems. The all-day
ke to be held at Holy
lospital on May 8 from
3:30 will address such
> Alternatives to Medical
Home and Day Care
f and Institutional Care.
fcers and panel members
I over 20 professionals in
l of aging and health care
K John Stokesbury.
and Adult Services
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speaker at the confer-
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Isaac Bashevis Singer wins award
for distinguished contribution to Jewish culture
NEW YORK Isaac
Bashevis Singer, noted writer
and Nobel laureate, is the winner
of JVVB's most prestigious
awards the 1964 Frank L. Weil
Award for his "distinguished
contribution to the advancement
of Jewish culture."
"Isaac Bashevis Singer is a
remarkably gifted story teller
and master of the Yiddish
language," said I Boston communal leader and
chairman of the Weil Award Jury
for Jewish culture.
"He has long contributed to
the Jewish culture of North
American and world Jewry
through his intriguing short
stories and novels of East Euro-
pean Jewish life.
"The recipient of the Nobel
Prize for literature in 1978.
Singer was the first Jewish Nobel
Prize winner who writes in
Yiddish. He is a distinguished
member of the roster of lecturers
and performing artists sent to
Jewish communities by the JWB
Lecture Bureau. He is also s
former winner of a National
Jewish Book Award conferred by
the JWB Jewish Book Council."
Award for peaceful resistance
given to Wallenberg
Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish
diplomat during World War II
who disappeared mysteriously
after the Russian occupation of
Budapest, was awarded the
Shifrah and Puah Award given
annually at Brandeis University
to individuals who have peace-
fully resisted oppressive regimes.
Israeli Consul Shlomo Gur
accepted the award from Rabbi
Albert Axelrad during the special
tribute to Wallenberg presented
April 5 by the university's Hillel
Foundation.
The first recipient of the sward
in 1976 was Anatoly Scharansky,
a dissident Soviet Jew who was
arrested and jailed. Other reci-
pients have included Steven
Biko. an apartheid resister in
South Africa who died in jail,
Helen Suzman. another South
African leader who has fought
racial segregation, and Lech
Walesa, the Polish "Solidarity"
leader.
BB leader awarded
U.S. highest
civilian medal
WASHINGTON Leo M.
Cherne, a B'nai B'rith leader and
award-winner since he was a
teenager m<>re t han 50 years ago.
has bet-n awarded the United
Slates' highest c i\ ilian honor, the
Presidential Medal of Freedom,
by President Heagan
Presentation of the award av
made March 26 at the \\ hue
House Thirteei others, including
heart surgeon I*enton Cooley and
the late h^\piian President
Anwar Sadat, also were awarded
the medal.
Cherne is one of the few truly
"renaissance persons" in the
world. He is renowned as an
economist, political scientist,
attorney, foreign specialist and
sculptor.
Currently he is vice chairman
of President Reagan's Foreign
Intelligence Board, executive
director of the Research Institute
of America, and chairman of the
International Rescue Committee,
which was responsible for saving
hundreds of thousands of South
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camps by distributing entry
papers allowing them into
Sweden. He is known to have
handed out visas to Jews who
were on trains destined for the
concentration camps. Wallenberg
disappeared after the war when
Hungary was invaded by the
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tout North Broward
PLANTATION NURSING HOME residents were treated to
a Passover Seder conducted by Rabbi Rudolph Weiss, who was
aided by Lillian Schoen, a JCC WECARE volunteer and torn*
of her lady friends.
IUTRITION PROGRAM, this one located in the
tilding at West Oakland Park Blvd. wot treated
' Seder conducted by Rabbi David Gordon, who is
fain-Residence at the frail elderly day care center,
%g Place" which is also located in the Federation
Federation funded
441 KOSHER NUTRITION PROGRAM, one of two sup-
ported by the Jewish Federation of Great Fort Lauderdale, had
more than 100 seniors participating in a Passover Seder con-
ducted by Rabbi Benjamin Hansel, aided by site manager Sam
Perlis and his wife Sara.
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FOR LIVING residents had their Seder conducted
iario Botoshansky, who chanted the blessings.
KING DAVID RETIREMENT RESIDENCE, located in
Lauderhill, was visited by Cantor Edward Altner who chanted
the blessings.
University Hospital
to air Passover Seder
The patients at University
Hospital will enjoy a real
Passover Seder on closed circuit
TV thanks to the family of Dr.
Robert Segaul of Plantation. The
Seders, produced by Selkirk
Communications wfll be shown
on the Seder nights.
Tel Aviv U. scientist
invents process for
non proliferative
nuclear power
One of the most terrifying
aspects of the nuclear age is the
problem of proliferation, since the
same technology used to generate
power can be used to make
nuclear weapons. Now, a Tel
Aviv University physicist has
invented a process for the
generation of nuclear power that
is non-proliferative.
According to Lauren Azoulai,
executive director of the local
chapter of the American Friends
of Tel Aviv University, Dr. Alvin
Radkowsky, professor of Nuclear
Engineering at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity's Faculty of Engineering,
has found the answer to the very
puzzling question how to
generate nuclear power with
thorium, a metal which is three to
four times as plentiful as
uranium.
"It's dificult to utilize thorium
for nuclear power because it
doesn't contain fissionable
material." Radkowsky said.
"Now we've found a way to use
it. Uranium will still be needed,
but in much smaller quantities,
and the reactor will be non-
proliferative."

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ID CONVALESCENT HOME was visited by
Commission director Rabbi Albert B. Schwartz and
io Botoshansky, who conducted the Seder.
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Community Calendar


Compiled by Lori Ginsberg,
Federation 748-8400
FRIDAY APRIL 27
Went Brownrd Jewish Congrega-
tion: 8 p.m. Frank Steiner. sur
vivor of the Holocaust, will
speak.
Hadnssah-L'Chayim Plantation
Chapter: Noon. Luncheon and
card party Deicke Auditorium,
5701 Cypress Rd., Plantation.
473-3557.
Workmen's Circle-Greater Fort
Lauderdale Branch: 1 p.m.
Minerva Kaplan will present
slides on her recent trip to the
Far East. Catharine Young Mar
gte Library, 5810 Park Dr..
Margate.
SATURDAY APRIL 28
Oakbrook Village Condominium
8:30 p.m. Vaudeville show fea-
turing Jackie Hilliard. Donation
*4. Clubhouse, 8200 SW 24 St..
N. Lauderdale. 722-0410.
West Broward Jewish Congrega
tkm: 8 p.m. Goods and Service
Auction. At Temple, 7473 NW 4
St., Plantation
WLI: Theater Party at Ruth
Forman Playhouse. 748-6886.
SUNDAY APRIL 29
B'nai Brith Concord Lodge: 9:30
a.m. Breakfast meeting. Italian
American Club, 7310 W. McNab
Rd., Tamarac.
YOM HASHOA Day of Re-
membrance for the Holocaust: 2
p.m. Temple Beth Am. 7205
Koyal Palm Blvd.. Margate 748-
8400.
Temple Kmanu-EI-Professional
Singles: 7 to 9:30 p.m. Pizza
party. 18 for mc-mlH-rs. ?; for
non-nu-mUr- 791-0213 or 742
2088
Hada-ssah 1. ( hayim Plantation
Chapter: Evening, Dinner-dance
Holiday Inn. Plantation 473-
'>N4r>or-!73r.hH3.
Temple Beth Am: April 29 to
May 24. Trip io Israel with Israel
and Berte Hesnikoff. 974-0511.
JCC: 7 to 10:30 p.m. Israeli
dancing with Ira Weisburd. 792-
6700.
B'nai Brith Women Lauderhill
Chapter: Id a.m. Installation
brunch Donation S4. Castle Rec-
reation Center. 4780 \VV 22 Ct
7,19-21 13 7
Temple Sha'aray Tzedek: 11:30
a.m. Open house for reUgaOUa
school information. Parents and
children imited to attend At
Tempi. 1098 Pine Island Hd .
Sunrise
MONDAY APRIL 30
Deborah Lauderhill: Noon Paid
up membership luncheon and
card part) Castle Recreation
Center 1780 \\V 22 Ct
Brandeis University NWC-In-
verrary Woodlands Chapter:
11:30 a.m. Installation luncheon
Fashion Show Donation $10. In-
verrarv Country Club. 484-7444.
WLI:
Margate Chapter: Noon.
Meeting Miriam Isaacs of Tup-
perware will speak. David Park
Teen Center.
Tamarac Chapter: 11 a.m.
Meeting. Program: "Faces of
China" Italian American Club.
7310 McNab Rd.. Tamarac. 721-
6917.
Hadasaah Kadimah Chapter:
Noon. Meeting. Temple Beth
Israel, Deerfield Beach.
B'nai Brith B'nai Brith Women
Aliyah Unit: 8 p.m. Meeting
Sunrise Savings, 9001 W. Oak
land Pk Blvd.
B'NAI BRITH WOMEN:
Oakland Eetstes Chapter:
11:30 a.m. Masting. Oakland
Estates Recreation Hall. 4200
NW 40 St.. Lauderdale Lakes.
Deerfield Beach Chapter:
Noon. Meeting. Installation of
officers and paid-up membership
luncheon. Le Club, Century Vil-
lage 421-0172, 426-1629. or 427-
4970.
Ch-de of Yiddish Club: 10 am
Meeting JCC, 6601 W. Sunrise
Blvd.. Plantation.
TUESDAY MAY 1
PIONEER WOMEN
NA'AMAT:
Meeting. Water Bridge Recrea
tion Center. 1050 Del Lago Circle
Hatikvah Chapter: 11:30 a.m.
Meeting. Film about Israel. Mini-
lunch. Sunrise Lakes Phase I
Playhouse.
Negev Chapter: Ice Show and
dinner at Palm Beach Audi-
torium. 426-1941 or 427-1343.
WLI Tamarac Chapter: May 1
19. Trip to Israel. 722-6762
American Jewish Congress-Shad
Polier North Broward Chapter: 1
to 3 p.m. Meeting. Lawrence
Schantz. president of Southeast
Region of AJC. will speak
Holiday Inn. Tamarac
Hebrew Congregation of Lauder-
hill. Sisterhood: Noon. B. Young
will give a book review. At
Temple.
WEDNESDAY MAY 2
Brandeis University NWC-West
Broward Chapter: Noon. Install
ation luncheon. Holiday Inn.
Fort Lauderdale. 485 3432.
Knights of Pythias-Fort Lauder-
dale Lodge: 8 p.m. Meeting.
Whiting Hall. 6767 NW 24 St..
Sunrise.
THURSDAY MAY 3
Hadasssh-AnnoB Castle Garden*
Chapter: Noon. Donor luncheon
featuring the Ha Bimah Players.
Tumberry Isle Country Club.
B'nai B'rith Women-Coconut
Creek: 11:30 a.m. Meeting Mini
lunch and card party. Temple
Beth Am. 7205 Royal Palm
Blvd.. Margate.
Temple Beth Israel. Sunrise.
Men's Club: May 3-22. Trip to
Israel. 741-7065
ORT:
Lauderdale West Chapter: Ice
Show. Donation 14 West Palm
Beach Auditorium. 472-6332.
North Broward Region: 9:30
a.m. Executive committee
meeting Shaker Village Club-
house.
FRIDAY MAY 4
B'nai B'rith Plantation Lodge:
May 4-6. Weekend at Palm Beach
Ocean Hotel. $130 per couple.
472-0350 or 4739500.
Yiddishe Gezelshaft: 2 p.m.
Fabreng. (Gathering) Remem-
brance of the Holocaust. Broward
Federal. 3000 N. University Dr..
Sunrise.
SATURDAY MAY 5
Century Village East Choraleers:
May 5 and 6. Show featuring the
songs of Irving Berlin. Clubhouse
Theater.
SUNDAY MAY 6
ISRAEL MEMORIAL DAY
Yeshiva Univereity-Cardoia
School of Law: 7 p.m. Dinner
Diplomat Hotel.
JCC: 7 to 10:30 p.m. Israeli
dancing with Ira Weisburd. 792-
6700.
All
Medicare
By Fran Rasumny Barrett, J.D.
Q. \f v father ha* patted away
and he has left ail them billt. I
am not sure what to do with all of
them I know that he wot on
Medicare and that he had Blue
Cross and Blue Shield of Florida.
His estate is not v*ry large and
that isn't ei>en settled yet. What
should I do about thete biiltf
N S Laudersle Lakes
A. In this case, you may want
to write a letter and send it to all
the doctors requesting payment,
and explain the situation. Ask
them to accept assignment. If
they will not accept assignment,
ask them to stste that to you as
you will need that whan you file
with Medicare to gat the bills
paid for. If they do not accept
assignment, there will be much
more paper work to do, before
Medicare will pay the claim. If
that is the case, plane call our
office and we will make an ap-
pointment to see you and show
you how to fill out the forms. It is
not very difficult, just time
consuming. Please call one of our
offices listed below.
Q. / belong to an HMO and I
uas in the hospital in December
at Imperial Point I keep getting
bills from the hospital and the
H\ff) has not paid it vet. I am
Wondering wktt tfcj
<*> 'o my credit I
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particular can, an
doctor sent youii
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send a copy tota,
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TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B'not Mitzvah of Lori
Horowitz, daughter of Judy and
David Horowitz of Plantation.
and Danielle Sparge!, daughter of
Andrea and Steven Spergel of
Plantation, will be celebrated at
the Friday night April 27 service
at Temple Kol Ami. Plantation.
The following morning at the
April 28 service, the B'nai
Mitzvah of Scott Barnett, son of
Renee and Stephen Barnett, and
Evaa Merkor. son of Annetta
Consul General Trigor to speak
at BB Blue Star Lodge
The recent developments in
Israel will be brought up to date
by Yehoshua Trigor. Consul
General of Israel, when he ad-
dresses the Blue Star Lodge of
B'nai B'rith at its breakfast
meeting at 9:30 a.m. Sunday
April 29 at Tamarac Jewish
Center. 9101 NW 57 St..
Tamarac.
Trigor is the Consul General of
Israel for Florida and Puerto
Rico. He has served as Charge
d'Affairs at the Embassies of
Israel in Seoul. South Korea, and
Malta. He was the Vice-Consul in
Atlanta and Consul in Los
Angeles.
Trigor has received the UJA
National "Man-On-TheGo"
Award, and has spoken at
various United Jewish Appeal
and Israel Bond drives. The
public is invited to attend this
free lecture.
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The B'nai Mitzvah of Debraa
Lieberman, daughter of Lynn
and Stevan Lieberman of Planta-
tion, and David Upaaaa. eon of
Esteile and Harold Lipman of
Plantation, will be celebrated at
the Saturdav morning May 6
service at Kol Ami.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Rachel Barr, daughter of Gayle
and James Barr of Coral Springs,
will be called to the Tor ah in
honor of her Bat MiUvah at the
Friday night April 27 service at
Temple Beth Am Margate.
The Bar Mitzvah of Andrew
Cohen, son of Judyth and Barry
Cohen of Coral Springs, will be
celebrated at the Saturday
morning April 28 service at Beth
Am.
Lori Feinatein. daughter of
Karen and Harvey Feinatein of
North lauderdale. will celebrate
her Bat MiUvah at the Friday
night May 4 service at Beth Am.
The Bar Mitzvah of Todd
Rabone. son of Hay a and Klliott
Rabone of Coral Springs, will be
celebrated at the Saturday
morning May I service at Beth
Am
TEMPLE EM ANU EL
David Lipnick. son of Barbara
Tavel Lipnick and Klton I.ipnuk.
will be called to the Torah in
honor of his Bar Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning April 28
service at Temple Kmanu-F.l.
Fort lauderdale
TEMPLE BETH ORR
The B'nai Mitzvah of David
Serchay and Jennifer Brooks.
daughter of Harriett and Stanley
Brooks of Coral Springs, was
celebrated at the Saturda) April
14 service at Tempi*' Beth Orr.
Coral Springs
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
Jill Mevorah. daughter of Mr
and Mrs Manny Mevorah of
Sunrise, will celebrate her flat
Mitzvah at the Friday night
April 27 at Temple Beth Israel.
Sunrise
Mitchell Katz. son of Mrs
Fran Katz of Lauderdale Lakes,
will be called to the Torah in
honor of his Bar Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning April 28
service at Beth Israel.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
The B'nai Mitzvah of Joaha
Levy, son of Patricia Simon of
North Lauderdale. and Eric
Reiha. son of Linda and Perry
Reihs of Coral Springs, will hie
celebrated at Saturday morning
April 28 service at Temple Beth
Torah. Tamarac.
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resolve to fulfill Israel's "decade
of development" waa ataued by
some 300 delegatea from
throughout the United States
who attended the Jewish
National Fund national con-
ference.
The delegates voted unanim-
ously to endorse JNF's current
program of settlement site
preparation, access road
building, land reclaimation and
agricultural research projects
currently underway with the aim
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Friday, April 27,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Pa* b 11
tie Sholom to hold 15th Twinning'
of Pompano
[hold its 16th
Saturday, April
' is the program
[that Soviet Jews
can participate, by proxy, in
religious ceremonies.
The "twinning" that will be
titute for Yiddish Culture
to hold May seminar
Annual Seminar
leeting of the
Yiddish Culture,
vea are the con-
fiddish culture and
tie perpetuation of
i moral values,
jred by District 2
Region of Work-
to be held May 4,
Bahia Mar Hotel,
lie, will include
guest lectures by Abraham J.
Gittelson, director of education
for the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale; Rita
Karin, international Yiddish and
English actress; Channe Mlotek,
expert of Jewish folklore and
Yiddish folksongs; and Joseph
Mlotek, educational director of
Workmen's Circle.
For reservations call 974-3429,
733-3790, and 973-7929.
Organizations
JN1VERS ARIES
f Congregation
f Margate, Harry
wife Ann, will eel-
50th anniversary
lappy anniversary
also extended to
. Murray Levine.
toes the calligraphy
Is Bulletin.
IENS CIRCLE
Happy in Spite of
trill be presented by
i Symonds, instructor
por, at the 11 a.m.
Dril 29 meeting of
Circle. The meeting
in the community
Dward Federal, 5518
Park Blvd. Working-
itial members are
r more information
14. 748-4789, or 722-
CENTURY VILLAGE
CHORALEERS
The Choraleers of Century
Village East will present "The
Musk of Irving Berlin" on May 6
and 6 at the Clubhouse Theater.
Claire Kaye will lead the chorus,
which consists of over 100 people,
while Anita Rosenberg accom-
panies on the piano. This per-
formance celebrates Irving
Berlin's 96th birthday as well as
the tenth anniversary of the
choraleers of Century Village.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
Temple Beth Israel of Sunrise,
7i00 W. Oakland Park Blvd.. will
hold a goods and services auction
at 8:15 p.m. Saturday May 5 at
the Temple. The public is invited
to bid on such items as jewelry,
professional portraits, and trips.
A cocktail hour and dessert table
will take place after the auction.
Donation is S3 and will benefit
the Abraham Haber Religious
School.
fael Bonds to honor Beth Hillel
igregants
at ion Beth Hillel of
Irael Bond Committee
(lied a "Salute to Israel
for Sunday, May 6, at
ins Harry Fine,
tioldfarb and Abe
nounced they will be
idney L. and Shirley
hey will be presented
coveted 35th Anni-
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held on April 28 is the "twin" Bar
Mitzvah of Oren Donny
Rosenberg of Pompano Beach
and Iosif Essas of Moscow,
USSR.
Applications for "twinning"
are submitted with the family
history and visa application
history. Under "case history-
additional comments" the follow-
ing was printed:
"The Essas family had been
refused visas on the basis of
Iosif's mother's exposure to
classified materials. This ex-
posure was in 1971 and co-
workers who had access to the
same information have immi-
grated.
"Iosif's father, Ilya. has
become active in the Jewish
emigration annd culture move-
ment. The Essases are Orthodox
Jews and have long advocated
the right of Soviet Jews to learn
Hebrew and enjoy full religious
facilities within the USSR on an
open and recognized basis. Ilya is
an instructor of Jewish and
Hebrew culture. The Essas' home
has been searched, materials on
Jewish culture and private letters
have been confiscated, and Ilya's
classes have been dispersed."
It is comments such as these
that deny Jews the right to
practice their religion; it is people
like the Rosenberg family that
give Soviet families the chance,
in some small way, to practice
Judaism.









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