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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Fred K. Shochet.
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Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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 FLORIDIm.
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OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
lumber 16
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, April 20,1964
Price 35 Cents
SING:
R PLEDGE
Joel Telles named Federation
Executive Director
i for some 4,600
utors to join more
[others who have
ttment to the 1964
Appeal campaign
h Federation of
jderdale.
Le hard work and
the hundreds of
staff members of
pn, the campaign
Bached just over
iney is needed to
cations promised to
Jewish Appeal.
hgrant Aid Society,
Wion Committee,
kish philanthropic
[agencies here and
to the many
services provided
by the Federation and its bene-
ficiary agendas.
The response of the outstand-
ing former contributors is needed
to bring in the additional funds.
Israel continues to be the target
of many attempts to destroy it.
Here, at home, there has been an
alarming rise in terrorism and
trend to anti-Semitism. The
Jewish people remain vulnerable
to mindless attacks.
Those additional dollars that
come from those "missing"
former contributors can help.
And although the 1984 campaign
surpassed Last year's total, still
more is needed.
Are you one of the outstanding
contributors? Have you pledged
yet? Call the Federation today
748-8400. Share the Vision.
Joel H. Telles has been named Executive
Director of the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, as announced by Edmund
Entin, Federation president.
Prior to this appointment, Telles served
the local Federation in Public Relations,
Foundation of Jewish Philanthropies,
Community Relations and as Assistant
Executive Director covering a period of over
five years. He came to Fort Lauderdale from
Allentown, Pa. where he was with the Jewish
Federation and active in the Jewish com-
munity for a number of years.
Telles resides in Inverrary with his wife
Selma, formerly program coordinator at the
Jewish Community Center of Fort
Lauderdale. They have two daughters;
Robin, a nurse in San Diego, California, and
Judith, who lives in Jerusalem having made
Aliyah three years ago.
On assuming his new position Telles
commented, "I Took forward to the challenge
of advancing the Federation's goals both in
commitment to Israel and to the local North
Broward community. I have had the pleasure
to have been part of the tremendous growth
from a $2 million campaign to $5 million in a
relatively short period of time. I hope for the
involvement and participation of the entire
Jewish community to improve the quality of
Jewish Life throughout the world."

JoeJTellsa

oject Renewal 'is the best project of its kind'
enewal is "the most
urban rehabilitation
[our time anywhere in
according to
iniel Elazar, presi-
Jerusalem Centre for
rs, who headed an
kt study of the joint
-Jewish Agency shun
?gram.
marks that Elazar
gave Project Renewal do not
mean that it is a complete success
or Lacks problems. "There are
places where it won't succeed,
but overall, it is successful.
However," be maintained, "most
of urban renewal projects around
the world have either been
terrible failures or modest
successes because they didn't
make things
The great contribution of
Project Renewal, Elazar ex-
plained, was the new role of
consultation and involvement by
both Diaspora Jews and by shun
residents. In the past, the
Diaspora givers only donated and
the residents were told what was
good for them by the Israeli
authorities.
Ex-premier Begin and his
lu connects
terrorism and Cuban Communism
advisors initially intended that
the 99 dsssanatad nsiiihbflffhiw>i^*
be physically rehabilitated, but
Project Renewal officials and
Diaspora Jews insisted that
social rehabilkatkm be a major
part of it something that made
it "successful," said Elazar.
Elazar said that the successes
are not necessarily irreversible, if
contacts are not maintained after
financial support by the twinned
Diaspora communities is
stopped. Diaspora communities
will soon phase out maintenance
money for the faculties built in a
number of neighborhoods, but
those social and educational
programs that won't receive
government support are likely to
receive continued support from
the Diaspora, he said.
Editor's Note: The Jewish
Federation of Greater Ft.
Lauderdale has been deeply com-
mitted to Kfar Saba, Israel hi
conjunction with the Federations
of South County and Orlando.
Ah/era Ackerberg has been
Project Renewal chairperson for
the past two years, and will con-
tinue in this important capacity.
an Larry South (D-
participated in a
ess conference on
a breakfast with
i >U binder of the
Jewish Congress and
pilow. author of the
tro. Israel and the
n sored by the Cuban
National Foundation,
study has provided
ptal information which
Fidel Castro's
f radical terrorist
terrorist activities
It he world.
studies have
Castro's involve-
terrorist groups in
W Latin America,"
reporters. "But today
releasing information
'tl> links Castro's
terrorist activities of
estinian Liberation
in.
>rtant study, "Castro,
the PLO/by David
hows how Castro not
foreign guerrillas in
has also sent troops
* to South Yemen,
nd Syria. These forces
1 groups create greater
in the tfegion and
Soviet-Cuban goal of
'g western oil supplies
ersian Oulf.
"dy points to numerous
"' PLO assistance to
movements in Central
said Smkh. "Yasser
dm'ts sending PLO
guerrillas to El Salvador. As long
as the Soviets, Cubans, and PLO
assist subversive forces in the
region, Central America will have
no chances for progress or peace.
I urge everyone to closely
examine this study. Fidel Castro
is once again exposed as a
ruthless radical determined to
spread communism throughout
the Third World and harm
American interests overseas."
'"We are all too familiar with
the terrorist actions of the PLO,
thousands of innocent civilians
including many women and
children have been lulled by PLO
guerrillas." said Smith.
"Although Castro's forces may
not have been directly involved in
all these acts, Cuban support,
supply, and training makes
Castro a party to this brutality.
Just this past weekend, 48 people
were injured on a crowded Jeru-
salem street by a radical terrorist
group who fired machine guns
and threw grenades at rivihans.
These strocities must be stop-
ped."
The congressman promised to
ask his colleagues to consider the
study's broad implications. "The
U.S. aM he allies must consider
methods by which to combat
terrorist groups and their sup
garters." says Smith. "Economic
sanctions and diplomatic isola-
tion are only a few options. But
the time has come for the U.S.
and others to respond instead of
reacting after tragedy has oc-
cured."
The taste of the bread of affliction.
The wonder of the story of freedom
The rebirth of the land of Israel
And the joy of the season of spring. ..
All are reflected in the eyes of Amir, 4, as he tastes the matzoh at a model seder held
at a Na'amat day care center in Jerusalem



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- The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort LaudeniaJe Friday, April 20,1964
U.S. refuses to consider Jerusalem Israel's Capital
WASHINGTON (JTAl The
Reagan Administration flatlv
refused to say it considers
Jerusalem the capital of Israel.
When asked what the U.S.
considers Israel's capital. State
Dept spokesman John Hughes
replied: "The government of
Israel maintains Jerusalem the
capita). We maintain our
Embassy in TeJ Aviv."
Hughes refused to elaborate,
except to say the U.S. position on
Israel is clear. The Adminis-
tration argues that the future of
Jerusalem must be left to a nego-
tiated settlement on the West
Rank and Gaza and because of
this it has opposed the move in
Congress to have the Embassy
relocated from TeJ Avi\ I
Jerusalem.
Secretary of State George
Shultz said on SBC-TV Meet
the Press' program that even if
Congress passed a bill requiring
the Embassy's relocation.
President Reagan would not
move the Embassy.
Lydia Golden to receive JWB Leadership award
A Leadership Award will be
presented to JCC's next term
nominee for Secretary and
present Executive Board member
Lydia Golden during JW'B's
Bicentennial taking place in
Boston April 25-29.
JWB (Jewish Welfare Board)
the parent organization
responsible for the successful
operation of over 250 Jewish
Community Centers and "Y's" in
this country and Canada
Ms. Golden, in addition to her
position on JCC's Executive
Board, is also the chairperson of
the Youth Department's Ele-
mentary Committee which
programs enrichment and recrea-
tional activities for children of
kindergarten age through 5th
grade. Ms. Golden is also a
member of the Scholarship.
Budget and
mittees.
Nominating Com-
Young leaders to hear
plight of Ethiopian Jews
The Young Leadership-Young
Adult division of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale will hear the plight of
Ethiopian Jews at it's next
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
April 26 at the Federation. 8358
W Oakland Park Blvd. Barry
Weise who staffs the Ethiopian
Jewry desk at the National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council (NJCRAC).
will be the guest speaker.
Currently there are about
20.000 Jews remaining in
Ethiopia where their average per
capita income is estimated at
$100 per year. The Ethiopian
government does not permit
emigration of any of its citizens
Jews or non-Jews. Illegal
emigration is considered
treasonous and punishable by
long-term jail sentences. For
further information call Larry
Schuval at the Federation at 718-
9400.
Lydui Golden
American Friends of Hebrew U. honor the Binders
Pictured at the dinner dance were (left to right! Howard Stone, guest
speaker and director of Special Projects for the organization. Bonnie
Lockuood. member of the Board of Directors: Robert Lockwood, and
Ethel and Rubin Binder
The North Broward Chapter of
American Friends of Hebrew
I'niversitv held its second annual
dinner dance where Ethel and
Rubin Minder, active Chapter
members and leaders of many
philanthropic causes received an
award on becoming FoenoV
the Hebrew I ru\ersu\
rships are the acad-
emic backbone of the Hebrew
i rait) and their very fun
ction insures the continuil) <>f
standards at that
citadel of higher learning in the
Middle 1 .id Robert E
1-ockwi.od. Clerk of the County
Courts and president of the
North Broward Chapter "Weare
proud to have this opportunity to
give due honor to the Binders
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. FJL SECITAjnr of
LABOR Raymond Donovan
receives a lesson m the finer
points of computer education
from students at the ORT School
of Engineering fa Jerusalem
during his recent visit to Israel
There are 103 ORT Schools
throughout Israel which play a
vital role in the country's hi-tech
training ORT receives funds
from the Jewish Federation of
Greater tort Lauderdale
B'NAI BRITHS DEERFIELO BEACH
staUation of officers recently at Crystal Cakt
Pompano Beach. Oscar Goldstein (lift). ueUkmm]
incoming president of B"nai B'rith's North Browtnlt,
Max Dickstein as president of the Deerfield Baseki
ficers installed were: Sid Ivlar. Oscar Bamett, and u]
presidents: Abe Rosenblatt and Sam Reisi.
Patraka. treasurer; Marti* Greenbaum. chaplain.
guardian: and Ben Grossman, trustee.
AJC holds national convei
Theodore Marm. a Philadelphia
attorney, has been elected
president of the American Jewish
Congress at the organization's
national biennial convention at
the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore
Some 500 delegates representing
American Jewish Congress
chapters and divisions across the
country attended the conveni ion
Long active ad
affairs. Mr Ma
AJCongreas a
president and
Commission on Sail
has also held taj
president of the i
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Women's Divisi*>
National recogniti
IETH AM UJA held a breakfast
tr and Jack Magztn for their in-
cation, and concern for Jewish
rittelson, director of education for
Federation of Greater Fort
jke about UJA and what if
dollars do for educating Jews. Pictured at the
Beth Am breakfast are (left to right) Israel
Retnikoff, UJA co-chairman; Rabbi Emeritus of
Beth Am Rabbi Solomon Geld; honorees Jack
and Esther Magztn; Beth Am's spiritual leader
Rabbi Paul Plothin; and Harry Hirsch, Beth
Am's UJA chairman.
Community Hebrew Ulpan
classes begin April 30
iad Ivrit Ba-
I Study Hebrew in
[is the invitation
North Broward
the community
lasses beginning
[30 at the Jewish
enter, 6601 W.
antation.
it the JCC will be
to 11:30 a.m.
I and Thursday for
PENT," was the
%rty held recently at
jvish Student Center
the University of
T in Coral Gables.
opt-a-Grandparent"
W'ts of a weekly
' or penpal letter to
disabled person
JTn* program is just
* program entitled,
mrj Keeper." which
P" wif A a variety of
me students a choice
mr interests and their
jj- Pictured at the
V"' students Lynda
I Helen Sinai with
mandparents Alma
I William Schneider.
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W Lauderdale.
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those individuals with a reading
background in Hebrew. Moshe
Ezry will instruct this class. At
7:30 p.m. Mondays and Thur-
sdays, Sima Dobkin will conduct
classes for advanced beginners
and intermediate students.
Aa part of their spring
semester, the Ulpan students will
mark the observances of
Holocaust Day, Israel Indep-
endence Day, Lag B'Omer and
Jerusalem Day with special
programs in their classes.
The Ulpan program is spon-
sored by the North Broward
Midrasha of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale in cooperation
with the Department of Educa-
tion and Culture of the World
Zionist Organization. For further
information call the Federation at
748-8400.
Tennis Instructors
Needed
For Private Summer Camp In the Shenandoah,
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teaching experience necessary must live with
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If Interested Call
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'Campaign Network' the
National Women's Division
newsletter is an attempt to assist
women both volunteers and
professionals by providing
information about Women's
Division campaigns around the
country. The April, 1964 edition
of the 'Campaign Network'
published the following:
Fort Laoderdale: The Wo-
men's Division of the Jewish
Federation of Fort Lauderdale
recently held a special function
for contributors of $600 and over
a private visit to the Precious
Legacy Exhibition containing
Judaic treasures from the
Czechoslovak State Collections.
Its 360 objects were among
thousands confiscated from Jews
in a cynical attempt to create a
"Museum to an Extinct Race."
There were seven buses, with
women and their spouses
traveling from Fort Lauderdale
to Miami Beach. Making wise use
of every available minute. Chair-
men in each bus read the story ot
the Precious Legacy as written
by Dee Hahn, Co-Chairman of
the Women's Division Campaign.
It proved to be an excellent edu-
cational and fundrawing vehicle,
providing background material
on what the women were about to
witness, and stimulating them to
increased giving at the same
time-
Following a tour of the
exhibition, a champagne supper
was served. There were 27 new
gifts as 191 women raised over
$360,000.
For additional information on
how your community can plan a
similar event, please contact Jan
Salit. Director of the Women's
Division, Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, 8368
West Oakland Park Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale, Florida 33321. (306)
748-8400.
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In Israel's 36th Year
As Israel celebrates its 36th year of statehood,
your strongest and most direst link with Israel,
its people and their future is your purchase of
State of Israel Bonds.
Rubin L. Breger
Executive Director
Ronald H. Abraham
iPenaion Plan Chairman
Anita Parlman
General Campaign Chairman
JeWo\%4/m
NORTH BROWARD
ISRAEL BOND ORGANIZATION
Seymour Gerson
Chairman Prime Minister's Club
Irma Kline
Special Projects Chairman
Alan J. Levy
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Dr. Justin H. May
James P. Robinson
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HRecalling the Exodus and Commitment to Educi
The story of modern Israel, like the story
of the Exodus, is punctuated with perils
and studded with successes. But this is an
ongoing story; neither the dangers nor the
trimphs are a thing of the past alone. For
the people of Israel, and in fact for Jews
everywhere, Passover is a time to celebrate
victories and a warning against com*
placency.
The holiday itself will be launched with
the first Seder this coming Monday
evening, Apr. 16. From time immemorial,
Judaism has regarded its festivals not
purely as a time for regaling, but also for
educational enrichment. This has been the
hallmark of Jewish tradition ever since the
first Jewish holiday, Passover, was in-
stituted.
And so on Passover, as we sit around the
Seder table, we will talk not only of the
past, but of the present, as well. Only by
reflecting on its historical roots and by
reexamining the rituals which enrich
Passover, can we respond to the historical
importance of the festival in terms of
yesterday and today.
"Speak unto the Children of Israel and
declare unto them the appointed festivals
of the Lord" (Lev. 23:2). From this Biblical
passage, our Talmudic sages deduced that
Moses had ordained that beginning with 30
days prior to each major festival, the laws
and customs characteristic of each holiday
occasion be thoroughly reviewed and
analyzed (Megillah 32a).
It is this sort of reflection expected from
us on Passover that we can engage in as we
read the Haggadah in terms of the
derivative Biblical command: "And you
shall tell your children on that day saying,
this (Seder) is performed on account of
what the Eternal One did unto me when I
came forth from Egypt (Exod. 13:8)."
Past in Future
Conceiving of this historical com-
mandment in modern terms, we may
ponder upon our duty to transmit to our
own children the history of the Jewish
people, including Jewish culture and
Jewish tradition, for the purpose of in-
spiring in them a strong Jewish identity
and strong Jewish self-esteem.
In the end, these are the best and most
effective antidotes against Jewish
alienation, intermarriage and assimilation,
the three major debilitating diseases that
erode our American Jewish community.
The Seder matzoh and charosis and
wine and maror; the Haggadah itself; the
happy singing of "Who Knows One?" and
"Chad Gadya;" the child's anticipation of
the arival of Elijah to sip from his special
cup; that same child's search for the
afikomen all of these things are indeed
the spirit of Passover from time im-
memorial.
But in our own day, all these things
point, as well, to the deep concern of the
authors of the Haggadah for the education
of the young in the injunction of the
Haggadah on this subject involving "the
wise, the wicked, the simple and the one
who has no capacity to inquire."
It is this consideration that brings us to
the modern Jew on Passover our suc-
cesses but also the perils before us that
challenge our very survival,;
know edge in our children to7
into the present. And the fut
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Youth AUyah at fifty
Israel's Youth Aliysh is 50
years old. It hardly seems
possible. The face of Youth
Aliyah is such young face .
elusive, glimpsed through a train
window; vulnerable, on the deck
of an "illegal" steamer; eager, on
the dock at Haifa; hard-eyed and
suspicious after years of wan
dering; flushed with effort from
plowing and hoeing; bright with
the laughter shared with a friend
It's a face with history written
across its features.
Youth AUyah was bom m
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a} ?""** **" **r
and midw.fed m Jerusalem by
Hennett. Sold. founds
Hadassah. What these two
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Volume 13
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Number 16
hvl lmchmS methods ,nd
u -LarT'oKenMfnl ^vised by
Hennett. Sxold in thosHJk
^K."* the h"b of Yo" h
Aliyahe success 50 years Ulpt
mall. sdf.governin" .,
Kroups.l,ve-inaunselors,.nd;
enduring commitment to acad
emic and practical training^?,
zzitrL,heyouth ^"P-
replaced lost homes and families
nd provided the love. aeTur,*
and discipline required for
healthy growth.
Sustained after World War II
by the steady partnership of
Israel and Diaspora Jewry aa a
major program of the Jewiah
Agenry. Youth Aliyah became
the home for any Jewiah child in
trouble.
As the demographic composi-
tion of the student body shifted,
Uechers. counselors and Jewish
Agency administrators struggled
U> adapt the program to new
kinds of children and new kinds
of needs and problems
Since the late 1960a. Youth
Aliyah', major focus haa been on
Israel s children from diaad-
vantaged neighborhooda or from
problem and broken home* .
children whose emotional,
behavioral or learning diffkukies
require extra support before they
can build productive, successful
lives.
The Jewish Agency's concern
lor Israel's disadvantage^ found
programmatic expression aa
"rty as 1941. when Henrietta
fMjld organised Youth Aliyah s
lown-to-Country" project. Idle.
underpriviledged teenagers were
Uken from city slums and over-
crowded immigrant aettiamenU
nd placed in healthy environ-
ments for learning and growth.
of
To further meet the
vo"ng people whose
immigrant or imp.,veriehed and
culturally hm'
bve in develop!*
Aliyah has opn
centers m pmvi
of vocational Ui
cultural pmgrsi
21 ciininmn*:
rescuing moret
aters from siff
drug involves*
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service impose!
career options-
Through tat
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Students excell at
outh Fair Hebrew contest
*wwypwpwwpws^*iwiw
High School of
took first prize in
Ing bee and talent
of the Hebrew
i conjunction with
ity Youth Fair at
Miami Jewish
fclding on March 29.
ling bee portion,
[Marcos Gutt won
Jessica Roskin
won fourth place in the beginning
level, Dina Polansky won fourth
place in the intermediate level,
and Sylvia Gurinsky won second
place in the advanced level.
In the talent show portion,
which consisted of dances, songs
and skits, the JHS vocal en-
semble under the direction of
Mrs. Karen Weinstein, the
school's musk teacher, won first
place. The ensemble consisted of
Jessica Roskin, Ron Serisky,
Gaby Gabor, Sylvia Gurinsky,
Sharon Karlan, Debbie Paniry
and Howard Rout man. In addi-
tion, Gaby Gabor shared second
place for his original composition
including musk and lyrics.
The Jewish High School of
South Florida is a constituent
agency of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
\High School receives approval for new facility
t High School of
received approval
County Commis-
construction of a
.story facility to
North Miami Beach.
The new facility will house the
Jewish High School of South
Florida's administrative offices.
>rt on mistreatment of
lews in North Yemen
JTA) Disturbing
mistreatment of
Yemen are being
lie Anti-Defamation
|ai B'rith by visitors
i that country.
ito Abraham Fox-
associate director,
ential reports to-
ne condition of the
finants of the North
sh community is
with oppression
[as a result of an
i terrorists after the
In.
official quoted
vitness accounts of
I Jews, of Jews being
m contact with
of surveillance by
nts who report any
Sgners make with
lid that it is difficult
par pict ure from the
ts of the full ramifi-
lie Jewish plight to
fen but that, never-
accounts leave no
the Jewish com-
krs many restrictions
t i>ns that are not
the rest of the
They are forbidden to
kunity or religious
become profes-
|andowners, to bear
I or receive mail from
feade in some markets
Children are not ad-
various regional
ports also indicate
|ynagogues have been
mosques and that
rers have been erased
prior walls of existing
bs of worship.
tat ions to the govern-
th Yemen have been
Foxman said, but
i fruitless and officials
responded to even
'information.
[seeking fundamental
its and an end to
inn for Yemen's
munity," he declared.
s that the govern-
[ eliminate restrictions
activities, permit
be reunited and
rohibitions on the
>il and visitors."
fen will be sought from
wnt of North Yemen
?atn of American
"s to visit the Jewish
there and see the
st-hand, he said.
inizations
IPLEKOLAMI
ol Ami's Earry Chfld-
r is now accepting re-
[ "Pplkationa for the
ft** year as wall M for
I Fun Experience," the
np for 2V, to 4V, year
"2-1988 for further
library, faculty lounge, computer
and science labs, in addition to 18
classrooms.
The Jewish High School of
South Florida serves students
from both Dade and Broward
Counties. It was founded in 1981,
under the auspices of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
and receives support from Jewish
Federations to Greater Miami,
South Broward and Greater Ft.
Lauderdale to addition to
Women's American ORT.
Shalom Show' to feature
Hebrew Day School
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND (JNF) honored Arthur Surin,
general manager of the Fontaintbleau Hilton Hotel, by presenting him
with JNF a highest award, the Tree of Life Award, in recognition of
hit continuing support and contributions to JNF. Pictured presenting
the award to Surin and his wife Carol, is Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Miami Beach's Temple Emanu-El and JNF"s
honorary national chairman and Miami's Foundation vice president.
WANTED
Jewish foster parents for 16 year old Jewish dependent child.
This child is desperately to need of loving foster parents due to the
loss of his parent. This is a bright youngster and fair student. If a
Jewish home cannot be found, youngster will be placed to a shelter
which is not appropriate for this child.
If interested, please call:
Marcia H. Kaplan; Supervisor
Jewish Family Service of Broward
966-0966 or 735-3394
The 'Shalom Show,' hosted by
Rkhard PeriU will document the
Hebrew Day School of Greater
Fort Lauderdale on its Sunday
April 22 show at 10 a.m. on
Channel 12. Featured guests will
be Dr. Marc Schwartz, president
of the HDS, and Fran Meren-
stein, the School's principal, who
will discuss the history and
development of the Day School.
The Day School, located on the
16-acre Perlman Campus of the
Jewish Community Center, 6601
W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation,
offers instruction for children age
3 to those who attend the seventh
grade. The School offers over 205
students an opportunity to learn
the basics of reading, writing,
and arithmetic as well as
enabling the students to learn
Hebrew and Jewish culture. For
further information call the
School's office at 583-6100. The
HDS is a benefkiary agency of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale.
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jCC
Nominees
Announced
The Jewish Community Center
of Greater Fort Lauderdale has
announced the slate for the 1984-
85 year. The 5th Annual meeting
will be held on the Perlman
Campus, Soref Hall on Wednes-
day. June 13. at 7:30 p.m. The
nominees are as follows:
NOMINATED AS OF
FICERS:
Alvin Capp, President: Jan
Atlas. Vice President: Paul
Bloomgarden. Vice President;
I)r. Diana Coran. Vice President:
Cheryl Levine, Vice President;
Lydia Golden. Secretary; Joan
Jacobs, Assistant Secretary;
David Schulman. Treasurer; Dr.
Denis Trupkin. Assistant
Treasurer.
BOARD MEMBERS
COMPLETING SECOND
YEAR OF A TWO-YEAR
TERM:
Mona Fandel. Maria FrankeJ.
Max Friedman, Dr. Rochelle
Friedman. Seymour Gerson.
Alvin Gross. Rachel Herbert.
Sun Hoff. Caren Jacobs.
Rochelle Krakower, Dr. James
Morris. Joyce Pearlman. Michael
Shiff. Judith Softer. Dr. Brian
Steingo, Irving Tabachnikov, Dr.
Gerald Weiss. Arnold Willen.
NOMINATED FOR A TWO-
YEAR TERM:
Arthur Birken. Dr. Wayne
Bizer. Sol S. Brenner. Elaine
Cohn. Louise Feller, Carey
Fischer. Larry Freilich, Henry F.
Hyman. Hy Kaplan. Hildreth
Levin, Ivy Levine. Marsha Levy.
Ron Mishkin. Allen Morris,
Susan Segaul. Abram Silverman.
Helene Soref. Neil Sterling.
Florence Straus. Jeff Streitfeld,
Harry Tessler.
Additional nominees for
election to the Board, or for an
Officer, shall be made in writing
on forms which are available from
the Executive Director.
Signatures of at least 25 JCC
members are required to place the
individual's name in nomination,
and the the signature of the
proposed nominee indicating
willingness to accept the
nomination and serve if elected.
Petitions for nomination may be
made up through, and including
the 15th of May. 1964.
ot Greater Kort Laud7djg7TV"aay, April 20, 1964
JCC's WECARE receives donations for Passover
VOLUNTEERS OF LE
BROWSE. JCCs Thrift Shop,
were honored recently for their
many hour* of service. Le Browse
chairpersons Hildreth Levin and
Helene Soref held a breakfast for
the volunteers, as well at a
meeting to discuss the future
needs of the shop, how to attract
more volunteers, and how to
increase the donations of saleable
furniture and merchandise.
Pictured are Le Browse Com-
mittee members Selma Streng
/right) and Gladys Foxtow, who
donated a lap robe she knitted for
the shop's 'hand modes' depart-
ment Le Browse is located at
4314 N. State Rd 7. Lauderdale
Lakes
J
MEMBERS OF THE OMEGA CLUB, for the second year in a row,
have raised funds for the JCC WECARE project which supplies
Passover ritual foods to needy families so they can share in 1fhe ob-
servance of Passover Pictured presenting the check to h( AHt.
director Rhonda Putterman are (left to right) Jerry Kaye; Max
Finkelstein, Omega Club president; Putterman; Phil ('offman. /< I
executive director; Bill Sachs; and Murray Rosenberg
BERMUDA CLUB LENDS ITS SUPPORT tTd
H SCARE Passover drive by presenting a donation to
director Rhonda Putterman. Pictured are (left to ngktlM
president of the Ladies Club: Jules Oersten. prtMfagjj
affairs; Putterman. and Murray Schwarttman. pnrsidntju
Club. 1
'Chic Boutique' Apr. 25 at JCC JQC 8pongon Single8 D The Women's Day Committee
of the Jewish Community Center
of Greater Fort Lauderdale. 6501
W. Sunrise Blvd.. Plantation.
will hold a 'Chic Boutique' from 9
a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday
April 25 at the Center.
Chairperson Carrie Schulman
said that this unique shopping
day will feature items from some
of the finest boutiques in South
Florida. For further information
contact Marion at the JCC at
792-6700.
The JCC's of Fort Lauderdale
and Hollywood will be spon-
soring a Singles Dance at the
Fort Lauderdale Jewish Commu-
nity Center on Saturday. April
28. at 9 p.m. This dance will
feature Randy Atlas as D.J., with
songs through the SO'tl
and 80s.
The Fee is 14 lor u
16 for Non-membai |
information contatt
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Mark Brit man at 9114
whefe shopping is o pleasure 7doys a week
PublU Bakeries open at 8 00 A.M.
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Friday, April 20,1984/ The Jewiah Floridian of Graty ~^j
[ual access9 to school facilities
foukl create religious conflict
I congressional le-
quire that religious
''equal access" to
facilities with other
student organizations would lead
either to religious divisiveness or
the emergence of a dominant reli-
gious group which students of
appointed to
|C National Council
Soref. honorary
i board of directors
B|t Federation of
Lauderdale and
founder in the
1th the Federation
p.vish Community
feater Fort Lauder-
appointed to the
Lcil of the American
[Affairs Committee
ning other North
.esident, Martin
h> Council.
I the authorized k>b-
1 on behalf of Amer-
pport of Israel in
Hailing from
here he founded the
Zionist group at
y of Wisconsin,
..ife Helenebecame
ers of the Jewish
fpon their arrival to
12 years ago.
minority religion would feel
under pressure to join, an Amer-
ican Jewish Congress leader told
the House Committee on Educa-
tion and Labor
Barry Ungar, a member of the
Jewish organization's Executive
Committee said that "despite the
beguiling appeal of legislation
designed to insure student reli-
gious clubs equal treatment in
the public schools, the bill, in
actual practice, would introduce
into the public schools the very
dangers the First Amendment of
the Constitution seeks to avoid.
Citing a resolution passed by
AJCongress at its Biennial
National Convention, Mr. Ungar,
who has worked on a number of
cases involving the Consti-
tutional requirement of church-
state separation, said these
dangers include a potential
division of students along reli-
gious, and the risk of proselyt-
izing with the appearance of
officials approval."
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Perlman, Nettie Tobias, and Clare Paletz.
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Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg,
Federation 748-8400.
SUNDAY APRIL 22
West Broward Jewish Congrega-
tion, Brotherhood: 10 a.m. Pass-
over Brunch At Temple, 7473
NW 4 St.. Plantation.
TUESDAY APRIL 24
LAST DAY OF PASSOVER
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Debra
Club: Noon. Meeting. Hawaiian
Gardens Phase 5 Recreation Hall.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 25
ORT:
Inverrary Chapter: 11:30 a.m.
Meeting. Mini-lunch. $2. Inver-
rary Country Club.
Lauderdaie West Chapter:
Noon. Meeting. Mini-lunch.
Dekke Auditorium, 5701 Cypress
Rd., Plantation. 472-6332.
North Broward Region: 7:30
p.m. Get-together for prospective
members. 485-7220.
Women's Division of Technion-
North Broward Region: Noon.
Meeting. Eli Topd will speak.
Coconut Recreation Center, 900
NW 43 Ae.. Coconut Creek.
Tamarac Jewish Center, Sister-
hood: Noon. Meeting. Shirley
Wolf will give a book review.
Dade Broward Lupus Foun-
dation: 8 p.m. Meeting. Annette
Burns will be guest speaker.
Topic: Stress. Parkway Regional
Medical Center. 583-2790.
Jewish War Veterans -Wm
Kretchman Auxiliary: 12:30p.m.
Meeting. Frances Wapnick.
former national president, will be
the guest speaker. Broward
Federal. 3000 N. University Dr.
Brandeis University NWC:
Noon. Luncheon, Inverrary
Country Club.
WLI-Bonsventnre Chapter:
Jewish Heritage Tour with Dr.
Sam Brown. Lunch at Ginger-
man Restaurant. Cost tl8. 389-
1130.
Sunrise Jewish Center. Sister-
hood: Noon. Meeting. At
Temple. 4099 Pine Island Rd..
Sunrise.
Hadassah-Mssada Margate
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Daisy
Kaplan. Regent chairman of
Youth Activities will speak.
Temple Beth Am. 7205 Royal
Palm Blvd.. Margate.
THURSDAY APRIL 26
Congregation Beth Hillel of Mar-
gate: 8 p.m. Rabbi Matzner will
continue his educational seminar.
Refreshments. 7640 Margate
Blvd.. Margate.
Free Sons of Israel-Fort Lauder-
daie Lodge: 7:30 p.m. Meeting
Whiting Hall. Sunrise.
BNAIBRITH:
Coral Springs Unit: 8 p.m.
Meeting. Film moderated by
ADL assistant regional director.
Allen Grossman. Old Library,
adjacent to Coral Springs City
Hall. 752-8784.
Pompano Lodge: 8 p.m.
Meeting. Palm-A ire Country
Club. East Dining Room. 551 S.
Pompano Pkwy., Pompano
Beach.
B'NAI B'RITII WOMEN:
Hope Chapter: Noon. Paid-up
membership luncheon. Donation
67 for paid members, 69 for
guests. Installation of officers.
Justin's. 3842 University Dr..
Sunrise. 792-6448.
Bermuda Club Chapter: Noon.
Meeting. Installation of new
officers. Clubhouse.
Tamarac Chapter: Noon.
Meeting. Installation of officers.
Mini-lunch. Tamarac Jewish
Center. 9101 NW 57 St..
Tamarac.
Woodmont Chapter: 7:30 p.m.
Installation of officers. Alice
Pomerantz, president of the
North Broward Council of BBW
will be guest speaker. Woodmont
Country Club. 7801 NW 80 Ave..
Tamarac.
FRIDAY APRIL 27
West Broward Jewish Con-
gregation^ p.m Frank Steiner.
survivor of the Holocaust, will
speak.
Hadasaah-L'Chsyim Plantation
Chapter: Noon. Luncheon and
card party. Dekke Auditorium.
5701 Cypress Rd.. Plantation.
473-3567.
Workmen's Circle-Greater Fort
Lauderdaie Branch: 1 p.m.
Minerva Kaplan will present
slides on her recent trip to the
Far East. Catharine Young Mar-
gate Library. 5810 Park Dr..
Margate.
SATURDAY APRIL 28
Oakbrook Village Condominium:
8:30 p.m. Vaudeville show fea-
turing Jackie Hilliard. Donation
64. Clubhouse. 8200 SW 24 St..
N. Lauderdaie. 722-0410.
West Broward Jewish Congregs-
tion: 8 p.m. Goods and Service
Auction. At Temple. 7473 NW 4
Why wait until Next Year?
Malta It This Year In Jerusalem!!!
Join us on a uja Mission to Israel
Be a Guest of the Israeli Government
Sign up Now for the Mission of Your Choice
Community Mission (Mature Adults) May 28.1984
Family Mission July 15,1984
Family Mission July 23,1984
Singles Mission (ages 25-40) July 22,1984
Call the Federation Mission Office
740 0400
Or Mail This Coupon
Name.
Address.
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdaie
P.O. Box 26810
Tamarac. Fl. 33320-6810
Pleas* send me information about the (check one)
? May Community Mission to Israel
D July Family Mission to Israel
? July Singles Mission to Israel
St.. Plantation.
WLI: Theater Party t Ruth
Forman Playhouse. 748-6886
SUNDAY APRIL 29
B'nai B'rith-Concord Lod|re: 9:30
a.m. Breakfast msstlnf Italian
American Club. 7310 W McNab
Rd. Tamarac
YOM HASHOA Day of Re-
membrance for the HolorauBt: 2
p.m Temple Beth Am. 7205
Royal Palm Blvd.. Margate 748
8400.
Temple Emanu-El-Profeasional
Single*: 7 to 9:30 p.m. Pizza
party. 15 for members, 16 for
non-members 791-0213 or 742-
2033
Hadaaaah-L'Chayim Plantation:
Evening. Dinner-dance. Holiday
Inn, Plantation 473-5845 or 473-
5663.
Temple Beth Am: April 29 to
May 24. Trip to Israel with Israel
and Bert* Resnikoff. 974-0511.
JCC: 7 to 10:30 p.m. Israeli
dancing with Ira Weisburd. 792-
6700.
B'nai B'rith Women LanderhOI
Chapter: 10 a.m. Installation
brunch. Donation $4. Castle Rec-
reation Center, 4780 NW 22 Ct.
739-2037
MONDAY APRIL 30
Deborah-Lauderhll: Noon Paid
up membership luncheon and
card part v. Castle Recreation
Center. 4780 NW 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.
Hadassah-Kadimah Chapter:
Noon. Meeting. Temple Beth
Israel. Deerfieid Beach.
B'nai B'rit h-B'nai B'rith Women
Aliyah Unit: 8 p.m. Meeting.
Sunrise Savings. 9001 W Oak
land Pk Blvd.
B'nai B'rith Women-Oakland
Estate* Chapter: 11:30 a.m.
Meeting. Oakland Estates Rec-
reation Hall. 4200 NW 40 St..
Lauderdaie Lakes
B'nai B'rith-Cypress Chase
Lodge: 7:30 p.n Meeting. Film
Librarian Donna Press will
present three new editions about
the Holocaust Temple Kmanu-
El. 3245 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Lillian Marguliea. pictured,
waa installed aa president of the
B'nai B'rith Women's Oakland
Estate* Chapter at its annual
installation and paid-up member-
ship luncheon held recently at
Woodmont Country Club A
retired New Jereey achool
teacher. Marguliea has been
chairperson of many successful
projects of BBW.
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OOLDEN ANNIVERSARY
HAPPY ANNIVE^
" April 28, .t7;30l
Mrs. Spmdlerwjii,
66th wedding m
Hunnouw of the I
Broward CondomL
North UudenSni
tribute to the WZ1
"until death do uijj
Driven to their 50th wedding
anniversary in a 1931 Packard
Roadster. Sylvia and Max Rudd
of Tamarac. hosted a dinner
party in celebration of their
golden anniversary. Happy
anniversary wishes to the couple
that were married in 1934 in
Brooklyn. New York, and
residents of South Florida for the
past 14 years.
1984
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B'nai-Bnot Mitivah
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B'nai Mitzvah of Aaron
Levy, son of Dolores and Bernard
Levy of Plantation, and Robbie
Sponder, son of Barbara and
Raymond Sponder also of Plan-
tation, will be celebrated at the
Saturday morning April 21
service at Temple Kc4 Ami, Plan-
tation.
The B'not Mitzvah of Lori
Horowitz, daughter of Judy and
David Horowitz of Plantation,
will he celebrated at the Friday
night April 27 service at Kol
Ami.
The following morning at the
April 23 service, the B'nai
Mitzvah of Scott Baraett, son of
Renee and Stephen Ha met t. and
Evan Merkur, son of Annetta
and Joel Merkur, all of Plan-
tation will be celebrated.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
David Lipnick. son of Barbara
Tavel Lipnick and Elton Lipnick,
will be called to the Torah in
honor of his Bar Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning April 28
service at Temple Emanu-El.
Fort Lauderdale
WEST BROWARD
JEWISH CONGREGATION
Cory Knight, son of Carol and
Jay Knight, celebrated his Bar
Mitzvah at the Havdalah ser-
vices on Saturday April 7, at the
West Broward Jewish Congrega
tion. Plantation
Kevin Spiegelmaa. son of
Andrea and Joel Spiegelman of
Plantation, celebrated his Bar
Mitzvah at the Saturday April 14
service at West Broward Jewish
Congregation.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
David Scrcbay and Jennifer
Brooks celebrated their B'nai
Mitzvah at the Saturday April 14
service at Temple Beth Orr. Coral
Springs.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Rachel Barr, daughter of Gayle
and James Barr of Coral Springs,
will be called to the Torah in
Medical aid for foreign language
speaking persons available
The Broward County Medical
Association Auxiliary, West
Branch, as a public service, has
compiled a list of Broward
County physicians who are able
to communicate in a language
other than English.
The Association felt the need
for this service because there are
a number of individuals who
cannot communicate in English
sufficiently enough to obtain
medical help.
This list, which will be periodi-
cally updated, already includes
aid in at least 30 languages and
dialects, including. Hebrew,
Yiddish, Arabic, Korean, Greek,
and Russian.
The Association has also
identified medically oriented
persons who are willing to act as
interpreters for Chinese. Finnish.
Canadian. French, Polish, and
Czechoalovakian-speaking
persons.
Persons needing the informa-
tion available may contact the
Broward County Medical Asso-
ciation which is open from 9 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.. Monday through
Friday. The list is also available
for emergency use in all Broward
County Hospitals.
Information about the list was
made available by Nancy G.
Goldberg, chairperson of the In-
ternational Health committee, of
the West Branch auxiliary of the
Broward County Medical Asso-
ciation.
Maronite Succeeds Saad Haddad
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA> Gen.
Antoine Lahad, a Maronite
Christian, will take command of
the South Lebanon Army (SLA),
succeeding the late Maj. Saad
Haddad who was Israel's closest
ally in Lebanon until his death
last Jan. 14.
Haddad. who was posthum-
ously promoted to the rank of
colonel, commanded what was
then known as the Christian
militia in south Lebanon al-
though many of its soldiers were
Shiite Moslems. He was con-
sulted on the appointment of
Lahad to succeed him as com-
mander of the newly formed
Temple Emanu-El to show
Kuni Leml in Tel Aviv'
Temple Emanu-El is
presenting its second annual film
festival featuring Kuni Leml in
Tel Aviv' to be shown at 6 and 8
p.m. Wednesday April 25 at the
Temple. 324&.W. Oakland Park
Blvd.
The film Batabout an aging
grand tat her living in Brooklyn.
who offers $5 million to one of his
grandsons who marries and nice
Jewish girl and settles in Israel.
Tickets are $2 per show and can
be purchased at Temple Emanu-
El prior to each showing, or by
calling the Temple office at 731-
2310
SLA. to which he agreed shortly
before his death.
The succession was not imme-
diately announced in order to
allow Lahad time to move his
parents, wife and son safely from
northern Lebanon to their new
home at Marjayoun in the south.
Lahad is believed to be a fol-
lower of former President Camille
Chamoun who backs the govern
ment of President Am in
Gemayel. He is said to consider
Lebanon a multi-ethnic society,
an outlook which satisfies the
Israelis who are the SLA's main
supporters. Israel would like to
see a Lebanese army composed of
Shiites. Sunni Moslems and
Druze as well as Christians
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honor ot 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
Jill Mevorah, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Manny Mevorah of
Sunrise, will celebrate bar Bat
Mitzvah at the Friday night
April 27 service at Temple Bath
Israel. Sunrise.
Mitchell KaU. son of Mrs
Fran Katz of Lauderdale Lake*.
will be called to the Torah in
honor of his Bar Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning April 28
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Friday, April 20,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
About
licare
umny Barrett, J.D.
in the emergency
ispiial and I keep
from the radio-
Lays on the bottom
as I pay them the
vill send it in to
me. Well, I paid
)u- I get a statement
saying that they
logists. I know that
money but how can
G.O. Davfc
the radiologists
rd from you about
bill, they decided to
punent. They got
Medicare which
you would only owe
percent of what
(allowed. We wrote
er to that effect and
you the amount
)rou paid in minus the
you owed them. We
Bted that you send in
statement to your
il carrier and you
)ursed the 20 percent
'radiologist.
lie been to several
ce the beginning of the
all asked me if I
iuctible. I don't know
not and they all want
ii' So far 1 have paid
rs the $75 and I have
not gotten it back. What should 1
do?
K. Z. LauderhU
A. Every year, there is s
medical deductible that must be
met. We asked you to bring in
your statements from Medicare.
It turns out that the third doctor
you saw, sent in his claim to
Medicare, and they took the
deductible out of that claim. The
first two doctors that you paid
the $75 didn't have anything
taken out. We called those
doctors and sent them a copy of
the explanation from Medicare
saying that you met the deduct-
ible with the third doctor and so
we are waiting for the first two
doctors to give you back your
$75. From now on, when someone
asks you if you have met your
1984 deductible you keep a copy
of the Medicare explanations that
states that you have met the
deductible.
This column is a service of the
Jewish Family Service of Brow-
ard County, a beneficiary agency
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. Ques-
tions or problems concerning
Medicare, supplemental in-
surance or HMO's should be
directed to anyone ofJFS three
offices: 735-3394 in Lauderdale
Lakes; 427-8508 in Deerfield
Beach; 96&0966 in Hollywood.
MEALS ON WHEELS VOLUNTEER8 for
the city of Sunrise were honored by the Service
Agency for Senior Citizens at a luncheon held at
Sunrise Lakes Phase III. The volunteers give up
endless hours of their time to the seniors of
Broward Couty by delivering meals daily to
residents who are unable to leave their homes.
Sally Dworkin (center holding plaque) is the
chairman of the volunteer corps that assists the
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