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OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
titti*"
Entin nominated for
h's Division President
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, April 6,1984
Price 35 Cents
A Passover Message
their fund raising events.
Upon her arrival in South
Florida, Roe continued the tradi-
tion she had nurtured in New
Jersey. Locally, she has served as
Co-chairperson of the Patron's
Division for Woodlands 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
Fort Lauderdale, Chairperson of
the Federation's President's
Council, President of Woodlands
North OUT, Co-Chairperson of
Masada Division, and now,
Presidential nominee of the
Women's Division of the Federa-
tion where she can carry on the
tradition.
Roslyn Entin
By _____
ABRAHAM J. GITTELSON
Dine tor of Education
for the Jewish Federation
Of Greater Fort Lauderdale
The Exodus from Egypt is the
peak historical experience for the
Jewish people, an event that
reverberates throughout the agea
and is an everrenewing theme in
the Jewish consciousness.
"Zecher li-tziyat mitzrayim"
the rememberance of the Exodus
from Egypt is the act of
redemption that is seared into the
heart and soul of the Jewish
people.
Yet, in a strange and unique
way, it is actually an a-historical
moment. The books of history
may show the world to be ruled
by the realities of power, conflict,
war, slavery and subjection. In
We will stand firmly with Israel'
a.
military hardware to Israel's
enemies.
The Colorado Democratic
Presidential hopeful made these
points in a very strong pro-Israel
address to the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations. His speech
was interrupted a number of
Remember those five boy quin-
v OhueL an Israeli couple who
boys? Well, after the community
their needs by donating several
finally received the donations. In
to THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
"We are proud that the Jewish
can come from one side of the
modeling their Fort Lauderdale-
M Dor, Zin, and Oz.
times with applause by the
Jewish leaders, representing 37
organizations.
Claiming that he offers "not
rhetoric, but deep personal
commitments," the Senator
outlined an eight-point statement
describing "where a Hart
Administration will stand on the
matter vital to Israel's survival."
"First, we will stand firmly
with Israel on difficult issues
as well as easy ones,"
"Second, we will oppose the
sale of high technology war
systems to the enemies of
Israel."
"Third, the linchpin of my
policy in the Mideast will be the
pedal relationship thst binds
the United States and Israel. I
will not hide this relationship or
apologize for it to any Arab state.
The Hart Administration will not
cater to the changing whims of
King Hussein. The only thing
that never seems to change is his
refusal to negotiate."
"Fourth, under my
Administration, true, not phony,
strategic cooperation will develop
between the United States and
Israel." reedting that he called
for the resignation of Pilaw
Secretary Caspar Weinberger. "1
pledge to you that no one hke him
will write Midesst policy in my
Adminietretkm."
"Fifth. I commit myself to
the full l-f*mm*m*i*m of the
Camp David accords. I reject the
basic elements of the 1982
Reagan Mideast plan because
they can only undermine the
Camp David framework for nego-
tiations and peace." Hart added:
"I reject pre-conditions, I reject
any predetermination of the
uh imate sovereignty of the West
Bsnk and Gaza. I reject any
predetermination of the status of
Israeli settlements in the region."
"Sixth, a Hart Adminis-
tration will work to revitalise the
terms of the Camp David accords
between Israel and Egypt,"
because, he explained, there is no
peace between the two nations
but "merely the absence of war."
"Seventh, we must make
ourselves energy independent so
America will never again be
subject to Arab blackmail.
Israel's security and America's
economy must no longer be
mortgaged to ofl sheiks in the
Persian GuM.
' FinsBy, the Senator pledged.
"The fate of three million Soviet
Jews, many of whom wish to
immigrate to Israel and the
United States, wB be a high
priority of my PiiaMenry. I will
dedicate myself to poldae that
csn liberate them." He said be
'bring the world back
the brink of nuclear con-
frontation." the hahmerk of
>'a stance with hie
policies toward the
Soviet Union."
this reality, might makes right,
and the pages of history of the
generations are ruled with
struggle, conquest and
destruction.
The Exodus, however, affirms
a divine history that of God's
concern for human kind, of the
possibility of freedom and
redemption and a world that can
be ruled by justice, mercy end
love. No people can sink so low
into the sands of torment and
degradation, that it cannot be
redeemed by divine intervention.
In this regard, the Exodus
must not only be remembered, it
must be re-lived so as to con-
stantly assert that the true
reality is that the world can be
redeemed. The Jew is the eternal
witness to the- ultimate redemp-
tion, as exemplified by the
Exodus from Egypt.
The Seder itself, and the entire
festival of Pesach, is therefore a
magnificent educational expe-
rience, for it utilizes each one of
our senses, our intellect and our
heart to re-experience thst
climatic, cosmic moment of
Exodus from slavery to freedom,
and from bondage to human
dignity.
In order to appreciate freedom,
we must experience, if only
vicariously, the oppression of
slavery. We taste the bitter herbs
at the Seder table, we dip into the
salt water tears, we set the bread
of affliction. And in the retelling
of the Haggedah, we establish in
our own generation, as in the
past, the historical continuity
that is essentiel for Jewish
survival. The Passover
then, is far more than a
more then a set of rituals, even
more than the renewing and
strengthening of family ties and
the sharing of our resources with
friends and fellow Jews. It ia the
supreme symbol of a dream, a
dream that evil can be
vanquished, that oppression can
be overcome, and that a world
can be redeemed, aa it once was,
and human beings can live in
Wkdemns anti-Semitism at Young Leadership conference
|d a Prisoner of
Young leadership
Green berg at the
Young Leadership
" ington, D.C.
Iosef Begun, an
who sought
are symbols
teking to emigrate
the cause of Soviet
helps loeef Begun
it did on mine,"
n condemned
Soviet Union,
refuseniks' like
on Israel in the
that "if Israel ia
U.S. and Israel
vides vital social
in Israel and
"In recognition of
t humanitarian


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Danny Tadmore, a reserve in
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Sam Schwartz filled in at the last
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Jewish Federation of Greater
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be leaving the traditional centers of Jewish
population, the northern industrial and
commercial cities, and branching out into
the national mainstream, especially into
areas of more rural American life.
And that increasing Jewish resituation
in these rural areas spells a rising tide of
intermarriage and possible loss of Jewish
identification.
So much for the fright. Now for the
assurance.
For the American Jew, according to this
American Jewish Congress report, Israel is
central to his-her being as s Jew.
Admittedly, this is, as the report appears
to suggest, s secularized Jewish life, but it
is Jewish nevertheless, and Israel plays s
far more important role here than
previously imagined.
It is, however, an assurance with
qualification. Only so long as U.S. foreign
policy perceives of Israel as a positive
power worthy of alliance, this ardent
Jewish identification with Israel serves as a
cohesive force in saving what otherwise
appears to be a declining American Jewish
Page4 T& Jewish Floridfan of theater Fort Lauo^erdale/Friday, April 6,1984
Contentious Arabs:
Everyone has a solution to the problem
of peace in the Middle East. For an MD
turned author, whose political observations
are being touted by his publisher this week,
the solution must include an approach to
the difficulties that Jewish communities in
Arab lands have faced over the years. The
general argument in this regard, and it is a
worthy one, is that it is not only
"Palestinians" who have been displaced
and who are suffering. A study is also
needed of Jewish deprivation and Arab
depredation practiced upon Jews living in
Arab lands.
Comes also this week Joseph Sisco, the
highly-respected Undersecretary of State
for Political Affairs in the Ford
Administration, who argues that, if there is
ever to be peace in the Middle East, the
Syrians will have to be reckoned with.
Sisco reports that he has met with
Syria's President Hafez Assad some 20,
maybe 25 times now, and there is no doubt
in Sisco's mind that this "strong
nationalist" must figure in any ultimate
solution.
That was this week. Last week, and for
more than a year before that, it was King
Hussein of Jordan, who simultaneously as
this solution was being preferred especially
to the American Jewish community by
President Reagan himself, unloaded a salvo
of anti-American sentiments and ridicule
that spiked the President's personal
sponsorship of the sale of Stinger missiles
to Jordan.
None of which is to say that all of these
pronouncements are not, in fact, worthy as
candidates for a solution to the Middle
East impasse. But the truth is that each in
turn, like bowling pins, is sent flying into
the works of the behind-the-scenes Middle
Eastern alley. For those pins still standing,
their destiny is essentially the same.
Indeed, too much emphasis is being
placed upon Israel, the Arabs and their
seemingly irreconcilable differences as key
to the peace dilemma. Little if any at-
tention is paid to a far more significant
impasse: the contentiousness of the Arabs
themselves. To understand this in a flash,
we recommend that you merely transport
the rage and the dying of the light in
Lebanon to the larger Middle Eastern
arena. It is in these terms that an ultimate
solution to Levantine peace as a whole
must be found.
Those who insist upon reducing the
arena to the far more provincial Israel-Arab
boxing ring, demonstrate that they do not
understand the peace issue in that troubled
part of the world at all.
U.S. Jews in Year 2000
The American Jewish Congress survey of
the American Jewish community into the
year 2000 is both encouraging and
frightening. For the fright first: Population
attrition is in the works for Jews. Accor-
ding to the report, only some of this is as a
result of the Jewish reluctant reproductive
rate.
Other reasons are rooted in the fact that
Jews, as their rate of success and their
much higher educational acheivement than
average within the larger American
community continues to grow, they seem to
Idle East Tro
consciousness into the year 2000 \
this foreign potter and this orfida]
caption should \ changer
threaten American Jewi
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Spiritual Reawakening
What the American Jewish v<
report does not apparently deal witt
although the organisation has cen*i
done so in other reports in the past i
continues to do so as a matter of daj
course, is the central need for an a
Jewish spiritual reawakening to Ji
itself. This is what has kept Jews tm
people through the last 2,000 yean d\
dispersion.
The danger to a weakened America
Jewish consciousness bent on self
extermination is that, in its view of I
as the source of its strength, the i
the end depends upon Israel rath
upon Judaism itself.
And these are not always and:
the same thing.
Hadassah goes to Costa Rica
(Printed in part from an ttsay
by Bernard Berne)
A 40-member Hadassah
mission of friendship, sponsored
by the Ksdimsh Chapter of
Hadassah of Deerfield Beach,
flew to Costa Rica to establish
cloaar relations with the Jewish
community of our neighbor in
Central America, the first nation
to recognize Jerusalem as the
capital of Israel. Participants met
with key members of the Jewish
community in Costa Rica's
capital city of San Joae.
Climaxing the group's mission
was its sharing of a beautiful
traditional Friday night service
at the Sharei Zion Synagogue.
After the service, the group and
key representatives of the local
Jewish community attended a
Shabbat dinner tendered by the
Kadimah Chapter of Hadah in
honor of Lady Doris deMonge. an
active member of the synagogue
and wife of the President of Coeta
Rica.
As tour chairman of the
Kadimah Chapter, Sylvia
Liaogurshi presented Lady
deMonge with an inscribed certi-
ficate naming her an "Imah." a
"Mother in Israel."
Lady deMonge responded in
Spanish. "Dear friends, 1 greet
you cordially. Costa Rica has
demonstrated its respect for
human rights and social justice.
We work on the basis of class co-
opera ton I identify closely with
you snd with your aspiratk
Members of the Hadassah
group enjoyed their visit to Costa
Rica and many expressed hope
that many Jewish groups would
visit Coeta Rica.
'Your future hi
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cord numbers turn out to honor the Reinsteins
5ntin. Pearl and Joel Reinatein
teins Joel, Pearl, Lesli, and Louis

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Over 220 friend* and neighbor*
attended a UJA dinner held
Sunday, March 18 at
Bonaventure'a Intercontinental
Hotel to honor Pearl and Joel
Reinatein for their dedication to
the need* of Jewa locally and
abroad.
Feeling that their own word*
can ezpraaa their true feeling*
about the Reinatein*, member* of
the Plantation UJA dinner
committee, headed by Norman
and Amy Oatrau and Alan and
Marsha Levy, decided to forego a
guest speaker and tell the
Plantation UJA community
about the Reinsteins tireless
efforts on behalf of the domestic
needs of the Jewish people.
David Jackowiu. general
UJA campaign chairman in
Plantation said that the Rein-
New Hospice
Hospice Inc., a non-profit
health care program, has an-
nounced the opening of their new
offices located at 2331 N. State
Road 7. Suite 211, Lauderhill.
The Hospice provides physical
and emotional comfort and relief
for patients suffering from
terminal illness, in a homey
atmosphere surrounded by
personal belongings and cared for
by friends and family. In order to
keep this service going, the
Hospice is seeking volunteers to
fill its many needs including
clerical work, patient care,
transportation, and other sup-
port services. Persons interested
in training and serving as a
Hospice volunteer may call Luise
Tworoger at 486-4086.
stein* are assets to any com-
munity. Citing Joel s
achievements, Jackowiu said
that Reinstate is currently the
1984 general UJA campaign
chairman and the executive vice
president of the Federation. Ha
ha* also served aa Plantation'
UJA chairman aa wall as
chairman for the Israel Bonds
campaign in North Broward.
Jackowiu aaid that Pearl haa
served as vice preeident at the
Hebrew Day School and eerves
i on its board of directors. She ia a
member of Hadaaaah, the Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Israel, and
Brandeis University National
Woman's Committee. The
Reinsteins were also among the
founders of the Hebrew Day
School.
Due to the overwhelming
respect and affection the com-
munity has for the Reinsteins,
the commitment made to the
1984 UJA campaign was 60
percent over the amount pledged
at this time last year.
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Imperial Point to hold discussions on sports medicine
Imperial Point Medical Center
will present its first annual
Sports Medicine and Health
Promotion Lecture Scries
beginning on Thursday April 12
with s discussion about. "Ankle
and Foot Problems in Running."
held by Drs. Harvey Saff and
Nicholas Kayal. All lectures will
be conducted at 7:30 p.m., free of
charge, and held at the Imperial
Health Fair '84
Free health screening tests.
educational and referral services
will be offered at approximately
28 health fair locations in
Broward County. April 6-17. The
fairs will provide free health
screening tests in convenient
locations to the public in order to
detect potential health problems
and diseases in early stages. All
sites will offer free screening tests
that include height and weight,
blood pressure, anemia, visual
acuity, and summary and referral
services.
For more information call the
Health Fair Hotline. 721-2200. 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through
Friday; 584-1257 after 6 p.m. and
weekends.
Point Medical Center. 6401 N.
Federal Highway. Fort
Laoderdale.
The series will continue on
Thursday April 19 with Dr
Michael Davoli discussing
"Overuse of the Shoulder and
Elbow in Sports."
"Let's Talk Back Total Back
Care." will be discussed on
Thursday April 26 by Jan
Cleveland. R.P.T.
Debbie Bonner will discuss.
"Fast Foods snd Myth
Information." on Thursdsy May
3. The lecture series will conclude
on Thursday May 10 with a
discussion entitled. "Exercise to
Control Stress." given by Dr.
Robert Willis..
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CASTLE GARDENS UJA held a breakfast
Cohen for hi* dedication to Federation and in pen
Speaking at the event was Moehe Zak, columnist aft
Israel's leading Hebrew-language daily newt pa
presenting the award to Cohen (right) is Cattle u
chairman. Max Kronish. Those who 'Shared the
helped in making Cattle Gardens UJA so sm
committee members Harry Bolvermon, Sol
Dantther, Hy Eisenberg, Philip Erstling, Han]
Sunny Friedman, Lewie Gold, Louie Goldberg, Syh
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*Chic Boutique s/ioj
day set for April $
The Women's Day Committee
of the Jewish Community Canter
of Greater Fort Laoderdale has
announced plans for a shopping
day. "Chic Boutique," Wednes-
day. April 25 from 9 s.m. until 8
p.m.. at the JCC. 6601 W.
Sunrise Blvd.
Chairperson. Carrie Schulman.
and bar commktsii
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For further
Marion Fox. at 7B4111
Israel Independence Day
volunteers needed
The Jewish Community Canter
of Greater Ft. Lauderdale is
seeking volunteers for their
annual Israel Independence Day
to be held Sunday. May 20, at the
JCC. 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd..
Plantation. Volunteers are
needed to man booths; those who
Organizations
The Plantation Chapter of the
National Council of Jewish
Women in conjunction with the
Jeish Community Center of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. is
sponsoring its fifth annual
Passover Seder to be held at noon
Thursdsy. April 19 at the JCC,
WOl W. Sunrise Blvd.. Plan-
tation The Senior Citiatna'
group will conduct the Seder,
with the luncheon to be serviced
bytheNCJW.
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En tin, President of
[Federation of Greater
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of Leo Kaplan to
created position of
of Communications
flan is a graduate of the
Institute of Tech-
was a recipient of
tinguished Alumni
[ his move to Florida he
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preative Director of the
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!S OF OUR TIMES" seminar sponsored by Florida
of Yeshiva University attracted over 450 South
is. Pictured left to right: Dr. Matthew Zuckerman,
l Friends of Yeshiva University chairman; guest speaker
Herman; Chaim H. Friend, director of development,
ust Region; and Rabbi Yaacov Sprung, seminar com-
chairman.
'Yom Yerushalayim' poster contest
An exciting feature of 'Yom
Yerushalayim' (Jerusalem Day)
1964 will be a poster contest
open to all who. are interested in
celebrating Jerusalem, the Eter-
nal City, with art and creativity.
'Yom Yerushalayim' is scheduled
for 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednes-
day May 30 at Temple Beth
Torah, 9109 NW 57 St., Tamarac.
Coordinated by the North
Broward Midrasha of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, a $5 registra-
tion fee for the day will be made
in advance, which will include
lunch.
Each poster entered must ad-
here to the following rules: A 17"
by 22" posterboard must be used.
The words 'Yom Yerushalayim'
and May 30, 1984 must appear on
the poster. The artwork must
relate to Jerusalem. Entries must
be submitted to the CAJE office
located in the Federation
First UJA
'Select Singles'
mission May 21
The United Jewish Appeal has
announced a new national
mission to Israel for singles, 35
and over. H. Paul Rosenberg,
national Chairman of UJA
Overseas Programs said that the
mission, scheduled for May 21-
31, is one of a series of programs
to encourage the involvement of
single Jews in UJA-community
campaigns.
The mission is designed to give
participants an opportunity to
share the experience of visiting
Israel with other mature singles,
broaden their understanding of
Jewish needs, and strengthen
their commitment to Israel and
the Jewish community.
For more information contact
Beryl Michaels, Mission Coor-
dinator, (312) 236-4757.
building at 8358 W. Oakland
Park Blvd.. by May 15. The
winner will be announced at the
'Yom Yerushalayim' celebration
on May 30.
Participating institutions in
the North Broward Midrasha in-
clude Temples Beth Am, Beth
Israel, Beth Israel of Deerfield
Beach. Beth Orr, Beth Torah,
Emanu-El, Sha'aray Tzedek,
Sholom, Ramat Shalom Syna-
gogue, Hebrew Congregation of
Lauderhill. Liberal Jewish
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eastern Region United Syna-
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Community Center, Omega
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Smith honored at
Attorneys' Division Brunch
JCC offers campers of
all ages a summer of fd
honoree status. Also pictured is
Federation's UJA general
campaign co-chairman, Brian
Sherr, who was also responsible
in the founding of the successful
Attorneys' Division.
Pictured above (left to right) Brian Sherr, R*p Larry Smith and Martin Lipnack.
Rep. Larry Smith ID-
Holly wood I was honored by the
Attorneys' Division of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale at its annual event on
behalf of the 1984 United Jewish
Appeal campaign.
Smith addressed the 65 at-
torneys present at Pier 66 about
the needs of Israel and the Israeli
people and said that the only way
to translate support for Israel is
by donating money to UJA.
Co-chairing the Attorneys'
Division are Alan Becker and
Martin Lipnack. who is pictured
congratulating Smith on his
UJA Vice
Chairman named
Registration for the Jewieh
Community Center's (JCO
popular summer day camp is
underway, according to Joan
Jacobs, camp committee
chairman. Campers may enroll in
one or both camping sessions.
Session 1 is from June 20 to July
17 and session 2 is from Jury 18
to August 16.
A diversified experience will be
offered for children ages two
through those attending the
ninth grade. The following is a
description of the six programs
offered:
CampYetadbn
For ages two through three
and a half, this program offers
outdoor play, special shows, and
supervision under teachers.
CampKataa
For ages three and a half to
pre-kindergarten, an intro-
ductory camping experience is
offered. Campers will go on occa-
sional trips and will be instructed
by specialists in such areas aa
swimming, arts and crafts, and
music.
Camp Chavarha
For Children entering kinder-
garten, first and second grades,
this program provides a full
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trips and speckl
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For seventh, eighth
graders, travel
weeks worth of tripsii
including two six-dni
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Orleans and one u> taj
Mountains. Locally,)
travel to the bssdi, i
parks, skating rmu,"j
Flags Atlanta.
Larry J. Hochberg has beer
named a United Jewish Appeal
National Vice Chairman and
Chairman of the UJA Midwest
Region II by Robert Loup. UJA
National Chairman.
Loup cited Hochberg's many
years of service in Jewish
communal activities and the key
roles he has played as Chairman
of Chicago's Jewish United
Fund-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign and Chairman of
Operation Upgrade in Chicago.
Sunrise adopts
Sister city
in Israel
The City Council and Mayor
John Lomelo of Sunrise and the
Council and Mayor of Yavne,
Israel, have joined together to
become Sister Cities. Lomelo has
arranged a Sunrise City tour to
Israel. Nov. 12, where the two
Mayors will formally meet.
Vibrant growing conservative
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IE receives donations from B'nai B'rith and Hawaiian Gardens


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helps celebrate
Passover
JCC s WECARE Volunteer
Service Program drive to fill
Passover boxes distributed each
' has begun.

-4G A CHECK from B'nai B'rith s NorthBroward
Uleft to right) Ruth Horowitz, WECARE chair-
hnda Putterman, WECARE dirtctor; Harry
WECARE cabinet member; and president of the
onard Louder.
WECARE'S MATZOH FUND received additional support
when residents of Hawaiian Gardens collected money and
donated a check to the fund. Pictured with the check are (left to
right) Ruth Horowitz and Rovi Faver, WECARE co-
chairpersons; Ida Chusteh, JCC Matzoh Fund volunteer and
WECARE board member; and Rhonda Putterman, WECARE
director.
With the many contributions
received, WECARE tries to help
those in need celebrate the
Passover holiday with appro-
priate ritual symbols and foods.
Donations have been coming into
the WECARE office. More
volunteers and donations are
needed. Call Rhonda Putterman
at the Jewish Community Center,
6501 W. Sunru> Blvd., F< rt
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Morris Cohen, Cantor Oscar Levinsky,
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Roy L. Rogers will receive
Israel's 35th Anniversary Scroll
of Honor, Sunday, April 8 at the
Township's Israel Bond, "Night
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Emil Cohen, folk humorist, will
be the guest entertainer at this
first-time event of the Township.
Chairperson Sylvia Greenfelt
and Social Director Heidi
Thompson have invited residents
of the Hammocks to join the
Township in this event.
Roy L. Rogers
NAT and MOLLY PE ARLM AN will be the Guests ofHonor at
Sunrise Jewish Center-Sunrise Lakes Israel Bond Breakfast,
April 8, at 10 am., at the new Sunrise Jewish Center. The
Chairmen for this event Dr. Leon Fellman, Leonard Goldman
and Philip Nelson, announced that Danny Tadmore will be the
entertainer at the breakfast. The Pearlmans will receive Israel's
35th Anniversary Award
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Friday, April 6,1964 /Tha Jewish Floridian of GrwUr Fort Lauderdale Page 11
ck, co-chairman
fction's Attorneys'
he 1964 United
. campaign and
chairman for the
jl Public Affairs
UPAC) has been
the National
rAC.
the authorized
Bey on behalf of
jpport of Israel in
Lipnack is a
wyer in North
civic and com-
He is a member of
ird of directors,
past president of
Israel in Sunrise,
member of the
kinity Center.
Left to right: Rev. John Daniel, Minuter
Emeritus, Unitarian Church of Fort Lauderdale;
Rev. Webster Howell, pastor of Unitarian Church
Fort LauderdaU; Rabbi MortUcai Brill, Center
for Pastoral Counseling; Rev. William Ring,
Pastor 1st Congregational Church; Jacqueline
Wexler, Pretident of NCCJ; Rabbi Jeffrey
Ballon, Temple Emanu-EL
Martin Lipnack
?y re America's favorite noshes. When you nosh
.you II know why. Sunsweef*Prunes. Wue Ribbon'Figs
}nd Sun-Moid" Roisins eoch hove o fresh, noturolry
?t tosre you wont find onywhere else. Add them to
four holiday recipes for more flavor ond nutrirton.
nosh them whenever you hove rhe notion. They're
certified kosher!
-^(wo^cco-^ ,*o KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
NCCJ clergy dialogue
group hears NCCJ president
Jacqueline Wexler, President of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews spoke to the
NCCJ Clergy Dialogue Group in Fort Lauderdale
recently.
Mrs. Wexler said that Americans must work
toward pluralism if our nation is to survive. That
will mean learning to live in a peer society with
individuals and groups interacting aa equals. "If
there is a parson, a presence, a spirit we call
God then that presence has to be the common
parent, the common nuturer of us all. Thus, when
people use the words of God for prejudiced goals,
then we commit blasphemy."
Israel tour for 'Jews by choice'
An unusual tour to Israel,
designed for 'Jews by Choice'
those who were not born Jewish
but have chosen to convert to
Judaism will be offered for the
first time this summer by the
American Jewish Congress as
part of its 1964 International
Travel Program.
"We hope the unique ex-
periences in the homeland of the
Jewish people will help reinforce
set for July 22
sense of Jewish interconnected-
ness," stated Evs Zucker, acting
director of the AJCongress trsvel
program. "The tour will enable
them to join in joyful celebrations
of Jewish values."
The AJCongress 1964 Travel
Guide, which includes tour
itineraries and detailed tour
information is available without
charge by writing to AJCongress
International Travel Dept., 16
East 84th Street. New York, NY
10028, or by calling 1-800-221-
4694.
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Community Calendar
FsdereJae 748-840S.
FRIDAY APRIL*
Blvd.. Sunrise. 584-0696.
MONDAY APRIL t
TUESDAY APRIL 10
2 p.m.
Fabreng' (Gathering). Speaker:
Abraham J. Gittelaoii. director of
education of the Jewish Feder-
atxn of Greater Fort Landerdale.
Broward Federal, 3000 N. Uni-
verafcv Dr., Sunrise
ORT-Iaverrary Chapter: 11 a.m.
R^enroument luncheon end card
Prty. Inverrary Country Chib,
3840 Inverrary Blvd., Lauderhill
7334883.
SATURDAY APRIL 7
Taaurac Jewiah Center-Temple
Beth Torah, Men'a Cieb: 8 p.m.
Tnree-act show featuring a
pianist. songstress. and a
comedian. Donation 34 which
includes refreshments. At
Temple. 9101 NW 57 St.
Tamarac. 721-760.
SUNDAY APRIL 8
Temple Beth Iereel of Deerfield
Beech, Sisterhood: Concert with
Claire Kay and the Singing Har-
mony Class. At Temple.
American Technion Society: 11
a.m. Brunch. Holiday Inn. Fort
Lauderdale.
Temple Beth Am. Men's Clnb: 8
p.m. Clive Baldwin will imper-
sonate Al Jolson. Donation $5.
S4 974-8650 or 721-3609.
WLI-Tamarar Chapter: Dinner
and trip to Royal Palm Theater
722-6762.
JCC: 7 to 10:30 p.m. Israeli
dancing with Ira Weisburd
33.50. 792-6700.
Hadeaeah Florida Mid-Coast
Region: 11:30 a.m. Brunch fea-
turing former Hadassah presi-
dent Rose Matzlun. Members
who donate or will donate S250
are invited. Inverrary Country
Club.
Men of Hope: 9:30 a.m. Meeting.
Nob Hill Recreation Center.
10000 Sunset Strip. Sunrise.
Association of Parents of Ameri-
can Iareelie-Broward Chapter:
1:30 p.m. Meeting Federation
building. 8358 W. Oakland Park
B'nai Brith-Paaapane Ledge: 3
p.m. Board meeting. Pompano
Beach City Hall Comnuesion
Chambers.
HADASSAH:
PiaataUoa Yachad Chapter:
Noon. Meeting. Speaker: Lam
Synaiovaki. regional director of
Young Judea. will discuss the
Hadassah Youth activities
program. Mini-lunch Deicke
Auditorium, 6701 Cypress Rd..
Plantation.
Kadhnah Chapter of DaerfWd
Beach: Noon. Luncheon for those
who filled three eye banks.
Temple Beth Israel of Deerfield
Beach. 200 S. Century Blvd 421
2707.
Fort Landerdale Taaaar Chap
ter: 12:30 p.m. Meeting. Linda
Minkes. chairman of the Florida-
Puerto Rico Youth Commission
of Hadassah will speak.
Hawaiian Gardens Phase II
Clubhouse.
Bat Ami Tamarac Chapter:
Noon. Meeting. Frances Fox and
The Choraleers of Tamarac will
entertain. Boutique will open at
11:30 a.m. Mini-lunch. At
Tamarac Jewish Center. 9101
NW 57 St .Tamarac.
Women's Club of Castle: Noon.
Meeting. Castle Recreation
Center. 480 22 Ct.. Lauderhill.
AARP-Tamarac Chapter: 1 p.m.
Meeting. Tamarac Jewish
Center. 9101 NW 57 St..
Tamarac.
ORT:
Wynmoor Chapter: 11 a.m.
Rabbi Samuel April of Temple
Sholom will discuss. "Passover
and Jewish Women." Coconut
Recreation Center. 900 NW 43
Ave.
PhM Island Chapter: Noon.
Meeting. Movie "The Mellah."
Donation 32. Nob Hill Recreation
Center. 10400 Sunset Strip, Sun
riee.
Jewiah Awaraaaaa Week: April 9-
14. FIU Bay Vista Campus.
North Miami.
Noon. Meeting Ruth
Pecherer will discuss the plight of
Falaaha Jews. Waterbridge Rec
nation Center. 1060 Del Lago
CM*.
Center.
Pompano Beach Chai Chapter:
Noon. Dance program entitled,
"Broadway Memories Pom-
pano Beach Recreation Center.
Suariee Shalasn Chapter: 11:30
a.m.m Meeting and discussion of
American Youth Activate. Mssi-
lunch Sunrise Lain
1,8100 Sunriee Lakes Dr.
ORTSaarW
12:30 TT
fy Bra,
naty room an
ORT-I aadardab Chapter: Noon.
Meeting. Atonement Episcopal
Church. 4401 W. Oakland Park
Blvd.
Deborah Saarise Chapter: 11
s.m Meeting. Mini-lunch. Sun
rise Lakes Phase I Playhouse.
8100 Sunrise Lakes Dr.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 11
PIONEER WOMEN
NA'AMAT:
Negev Chapter: 12:30 p.m.
Meeting. Robert Forman will dis-
cuss the proper use of medicine
and drug interaction. Temple
Beth Israel. Deerfield Beach
Natanya Chapter: 12:30 p.m
Meeting Congregation Beth
Hillel of Margate.
Brandeis University NWC-Weat
Broward Chspter: Noon
Meeting. Michelle (iiilen oi
Channel 10 will speak Dskfea
Auditorium. 5701 Cypress Rd
Plantation
HADASSAH:
Hatikvah Cypress Chase
Chapter: Noon Meeting Mini-
lunch Choraleers of Cypress
Chase C" will entertain Temple
F.manu-KI. Fort Lauderdale
Orah Chapter: Neon Donor
luncheon Inverrarv Country
Club
OKI (oral Springs Chapter: 8
p.m. Meeting Mullins Park
Community (enter. Coral
Springs.
Concord Village Women's Club:
Noon. Paid-up membership
luncheon. The Harmonitones will
entertain. Justin's. University
Dr.. Lauderhill.
THURSDAY APRIL 12
HADASSAH:
Orah Chapter: 11:30 a.m.
Meeting. Mini-lunch and
12:46 p m Masting Israel
mkoff. chairman of Soviet Jewry,
will apeak. Russian Immigrants
will tell of their plight. Tamarac
Jewiah Center Temple Bath
Torah. Tamarac.
Temple Beth Israel. Sisterhood:
Noon. Meeting. At Tampa* Bath
Israel
ORTTaaearac Chapter: 11 a.m.
Meeting. Italian-American Chib.
7310 W McNab Rd., Tamarac.
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B'nai-B'not Mitzvah
TEMPLE
SHA'ARAY TZEDEK
Gregg Brown, son of Marcia and
Leroy Brown of Sunrise, will be
called to the Torah in honor of his
Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
April 7 service at Temple
Sha'aray Tzedek, Sunrise.
The Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey
Kliegman, son of Joyce and
David Kliegman of Sunrise, will
be celebrated at the Saturday
morning April 14 service at
Sha'aray Tzedek.
Lance Winters, son of Lynda
and Kenneth Winters of Coral
Springs, will be called to the
Torah in honor of his Bar Mit-
zvah at the Havdalah services on
the same day.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B'nai Mitzvah of Marc
Siegel, son of Teri and Richard
Siegel of Davie, and Jason Sains,
son of Jacqueline Salus of Davie,
will be celebrated at the Saturday
morning April 7 service at
Temple Kol Ami, Plantation.
Ryan Couf, 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.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
The Bar Mitzvah of Joshua
Fisher, son of Karen and Peter
Fisher of Sunrise, will be cele-
brated at the Saturday morning
April 7 service at temple Beth
Torah, Tamarac.
Elyse Matyas. daughter of
Passover Seders
Various Temples and religious
organizations around North
Broward will be conducting
Passover Seders. Below is a
partial listing of the locations
where Passover Seders will be
conducted, as advised to press
time:
Temple Beth Am, 7205 Royal
Palm Blvd.. Margate.
Two catered Seders will be held
on April 16 and 17 and will be
conducted by Rabbi Paul Plotkin
or Rabbi Solomon Geld. Call 974-
57 St..
8660 for reservations.
Tamarac Jewish Center T
Beth Torah. 9101 NW
Tamarac.
Seders dinners will be available
on April 16 and 17 and will be
conducted by Rabbi Kurt Stone
or Rabbi Nathan Zolondek. Call
721-7660.
Sunrise Jewish Center-Temple
Sha'aray Tzedek. 4099 Pine
Island Rd., Sunrise.
Cantor Jack Marchant and Ed
Altner will conduct the 7 p.m.
Seders on April 16 and 17. Call
741-0295.
B'naiBrtth Lodges
Jack Fishman and his Concert
Group will officiate these Seders
on April 16 and 17 at Towne
House Caterers in Sunrise. Call
472-0360 or 473-9500.
Temple Emsnu-FJ, 3245 W.
Oakland Park Blvd.. Fort
Lauderdale.
At 6:30 p.m. Monday April 16
Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon will conduct
the service Call 731-2310
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF HEBREW
UNIVERSITY, Boca Raton Chapter, hosted
a Purim dinner and celebration recently.
Pictured at the dinner are (left to right)
Edmund Entin, president of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale; A.
Bartlett Giamatti. Yale University's
president; Sol Entin of Hollywood; Prof.
Moshe Many, Tel Aviv University's
president; and Lester Entin, who recently
established a Research Fund at Tel Aviv
University for the training of teachers for the
hearing impaired. He is also a member of Tel
Aviv University's board of governors.
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lrvmg Cypen. Chairman ot the Board
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ComrrsTtee
Fred Q Hai. EascuaVs Director
Sunrise, will celebrate bar Bat
Mitzvah at the Friday night
April 13 service at Beth Torah.
TEMPLE EM ANUEL
At the Saturday morning April
7 service at Emanu-FJ. Jaakae
Beck, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Saul Berk of Coral Springs, will
be called to the Torah in honor of
her Bat Mitzvah.
Sees Leder, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Sam Leder of Fort Lauder-
dale. will become a Bar Mitzvah
celebrant at the Saturday
morning April 14 service at
Kmanu-El. Fort Lauderdale.
TEMPEL BETH All
Meredith Solomon, daughcr of
Gail and Philip Solomon of Coral
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Bat Mitzvah
morning March a^
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Apr.S-rJ^j
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CONSERVATIVE
TEMPLE BITH AM IfTI SSI, 73M Royal Palm Blvd
Services: Monday through Friday l:Wa.ra 6 pm Friday asl.
p m Saturday S a m t p.m Sunday I am S pm Rasa
Rabbi Emeritus, I>r SotomonOeM. Cantor Irving <;raasmaa
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL iTCMOiOI. T1BI W. Oakland Parti
S331S Service*: Monday through Thursday I a. m 9 Mpm f\
Spm.lpm, Saturday 8 41 am Sunday a m 5 Mpm
Labowiti. Cantor Maurice Nee.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL OF DESRRIELD BEACH nil
Century ><>vd l>-erfleld Reach SM41 lervtcet: Sunday UtfwftH
a m 5 p m Friday late atrvtea pro Saturday litim a!
lighting time Rase* JanpR Lsaseisr. Cater Saaatl Acieram
TEMPLE BETH TORAH (TM-TSS0I. S101 NW 87th St.. Tratntl
vice*: Sunday through Friday IMim I pro I-atr Frldayi
Saturda)-8 4* a m 6 pm BaBR* Karl R. Saaa. Caster Hsary I
TEMPLE B'NAI MOSHI (Stt-RMBI. I4 SB lard BL.
mom Service*: Friday I pro. Reett Merrl* A. sea*
TEMPLE SHA'ARAY TZEORK (741-OJBSl. 40H) Pin* IsRsal
US21 Sarvlcat: Sunday through Friday lam 8pm LaU I
pm Saturday 8 48 a m Mpm Caster Jacfc Marches!
TEMPLE SHOLOM <42410l. IRIEU Avs PompanoI
view Monday through Friday B:tt a. a* avanlngi MoadiT <
day at I pro. Friday iveassgt at S. Saturday and Suaaaj u|
Saatwei April Caartar teeaeel Renter.
CONORE OAT ION BRTH MILLRL OR RLARBATE .I7-Rail.1
Blvd Margate MOO Service*: Sunday through Friday I lUe-l
Late Friday aarvtea pro Saturday : am 8 *t *
Mattnar. Canter Jeel CaRaa.
CONOR ROATrON B'NAMSRAJIL OR CORAL IRRINSI (Farl
Eaat nikknUi, 78 Oil Service*: Daily I *> am I:
am DavieKaisaaaa.Prwideart.
HEBREW CONOREOATrON OR LAUDBRHILL imdsN).BH
Ava LauderhUl sail. Services: Bus Ray through Friday l.ni
p m Saturday I Ram Rases Israel Helpers
NORTH LAUDERDALE HEBREW CONOR!OATrORi jjjssl
77ZJi Sarvtcet at Banyan Lakes dead* CaahouM. SRI I
Tamarac. Friday at I p m Saturday lam Chartei B. RyNM
ORTHOOOX
TEMPLE OHIL B'NAI RAPHARL (Tss-IBSI). *1 O^**!
Laudcrdate Lakoa Mil Service*: Sunday through Thursetf"
Friday 8a m 5p m Saturday I am I pm
SYNAGOGUE OR INVERRARV CHABAO (TN nffl^rTR***]
coin Park Wait. Sunrise UIM. Servlcat: Sender mr
P.m.. Saturday t a.m.. i M pm Study ffraaRa
tervice*. Werner., Taeatay* pro ReRRI Area Llesersiea.
TOUNO ISRAEL OR DEERPIRLD BEACH (111 lJ). iRJ*]
Hlvd I,rtirld Reach 8M41 Service*: Sunday through rn^
undown Saturday I 8 am and sundown Caul
Sthrw.tr Pratldant.
VOUNO ISRAEL SYNAOOOUS OR MOXLVwOOOFORTi
iM78TTi. S2B1 Stirling Rd Fort Ldudardate U*U
through Friday 7 SO a m and aundown: Saturday.
lam sundown RaBRa BEwarR Odnds.
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Tamarac Service*: Daily a
Conrttatton arasMHMN: Naraten RUNOer.
RECONSTRUCT K)HI
H am AT SHALOM it>SRM)I.
ar vicai: Friday III pro ; Saturday. lBa.ni.
RB FORM
TEMPLE BETH ORR ITsAUBSl. MM Wvars*S* l>r "-^jji
Servlcat Sunday l M a m Tuaaday. Thuraday 7 Ht*^. \
Saturday iQam RaaaX OanaNIR. OerBor. Cawrar waacy '"~~t
TEMPLE B'NAI INALOM OR OBSRFIRLO BBACHIHBM*
Manorah Chanaia. IBM W HlUakeee Blvd,. DaarfisM B
Sas*. Narhaa H. Plah.C
Carall
TBMRLB EMANU RL IBM sBIBI. SMS W. OaAland ParlBh* (
Lahse mil Services: Friday 111 a.aa.. BaSardM':,0'
ssteSraUsw at Bar-Bet Mitavah. BaBBt JeRray
TBMRLB KOL AMI 1471 IBS... BBM Peasra ^. "-lfjS*
Friday I il p m Saturday IS SB a a- '
LIBBRAL JEWISH TBMRLB OR COCONUT CIlW^C
rnday night aarweaa taiaa......Ml)' at Cs^vary^p^*27i*
Ctananut Craes Fartsray
Aaraa B. Hssa.
WBST BROWAROJSJYRIsNCONOBMRTlONItsBRWy,
Plantation SarvKea: Friday Bttf BdB.1 I RUf.-H
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proudly did Hametz, sitting on
his perch, echo her in his parrot-
voice "Mah nistanah ." The
parrot was banished to the
bedroom accompanied by the
laughter of the assembled guests.
All went smoothly then, until the
search for the Afikomen. No one
could find it: not any of the
children, in any room of the
house. Neither could they find
Hametz, whose cage was empty.
Finally, big brother Saul figured
it out. Hametz had taken the
Afikomen out to the backyard,
high on a branch of a tree. And
only Leba knew how to make him
drop it.
Illustrated in parrot-green on
black and white, in a rhythmic,
swinging, impressionistic line by
artist Kahn with a smooth,
graceful narrative by author
Z us man, this is a welcome ad-
dition to the genre of Passover
stories for children.
Mania Posner is library con-
sultant and librarian. Shelter
Rock Jewish Center Library,
Roslyn, NY.
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Israel in the Mind of America.
Peter Grose. Knopf. $17.96. The
story of America's 150-year
fascination with the idea of a
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Yeroshua. Doubleday. $16.96.
The personal struggles of an
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Israel's military history from
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