The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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\ccountants and
neys Divisions Hold
nt Funtion Jan. 14
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Inverrary
UJA Golf Classic
Jan. 9
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Hebrew Ulpan
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OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Number 1
Fort Lauderdale, Florid* Friday, January 4,1986
.Price 36 Cents'
UJA campaign
now at $2.67 million
r,
ish Federation-
iwish Appeal
has reached
i," announced
1985 UJA
knpaign chair-
re well on our
jng our goal of
announced the
the functions
wing the rest
of January,
at press time,
LAKES
The Sunrise
III com-
Ikold its Second
ial Gifts func-
day Jan. 15 at
at Satellite 4.
be the guest
'ederation vice
Samuel K.
llle Gedan
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n,
Shirley
^chairperson.
KINGS III:
III will hold
a brunch on behalf of UJA
at 10 a.m. Thursday Jan. 17
at Palm Springs III
Clubhouse. Guest speaker
will be Federation director
of education, Abraham J.
Gittelson. Bert Chalmer
serves as chairman, with a
huge committee to help out.
CASTLE GARDENS:
Milton Meltzer, chairman
of UJA Castle Gardens, has
announced that the
community will hold its
first Special Gifts function
on Sunday Jan. 20 at Castle
Gardens Recreation Center.
Special emissary from the
State of Israel, Dora Roth,
will be the guest speaker. A
minimum contribution to
the '86 UJA campaign of
$100 is required. Max
Kronish serves as Special
Gifts chairman.
ORIOLE GOLF AND
TENNIS I: This com-
munity, part of the Greater
Margate Area UJA cam-
paign will hold a breakfast
on Sunday Jan. 20 at the
Clubhouse. Morris Kushner
is chairman. Carl and
Hortense Cummis will be
the honorees.
ORIOLE GARDENS I:
Another area under the
Margate umbrella, Oriole
Gardens I will honor
Majory Jedel and Murray
Zohn at a 10 a.m. Sunday
Jan. 20 breakfast at the
Clubhouse. Guest speaker
will be Federation director
of education, Abraham J.
Gittelson. Leo Levine
serves as chairman.
RAMBLEWOOD EAST:
Co-tfaMMdonPag^
Israel's C.O.L. index up
19.5% in November
TEL AVIV (JTA) The cost of living index rose
by 19.5 percent during November, the Central
Bureau of Statistics announced. It was the first
C.O.L. index published since the start of the three-
month economic package deal freezing prices and
wages, but it also covered price increases in the two
weeks before the freeze agreement started.
The index announcement was greeted with mixed
feelings, although there was general satisfaction that
it was below 20 percent.
While some economists and business leaders saw it
as heralding a successful outcome of the efforts to
halt runaway inflation, others said the comparatively
high figure indicated that manufacturers and
merchants had artificially raised their prices in the
days before the price freeze halted such possibilities.
U.S. aid to Israel assessed
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Deputy Secretary of
State Kenneth Dam indi-
cated that Israel wil not get
all of the increased aid it is
asking for because if its
economic austerity
program works, Israel will
not need it and because of
the difficulty in increasing
brate Israel Independence Day
M E. Krantz, a
the Board of
rf the Jewish
of Greater Fort
and president
Jewish Center,
" Israel Inde-
ay in Tel Aviv,
ay 6. on the
Community
srael. ,
pjj80 known as
!d. Piper of
jas chaired
UJA campaign
"ve years. He
Jwd numerous
".and Jewish
"^ campaigns.
,PUt council-
J* City of
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Y% B'nai B'rith
"Teinple Men's
"terhoods.
added, "\
L>el i8 ">
*tf* it bonds
'< Ifrael to the
in Tel Aviv
David Krantz
them know that there are
people many thousands of
miles away that are aware
of their situation, and want
to help in any way they
can.
The 15-day mission will
spend three nights in Tel
Aviv, three nights in
Tiberius and seven nights
in Jerusalem. All parti-
cipants on the Mission
must make a minunum
contribution to the Jewish
Federation UJA campaign
of $300 per person. For
additional information
contact Mission coordin-
ator, Sandy Jackowitz, at
748-8400.
Emergency supplies
sent to Ethiopia
Peace activist Abie Nathan
arrivad in Ethiopia with 43 tone
of emergency aid supplies for the
famine-stricken country. Ha said
the consignment, worth about
tdOO.000, was the most he could
transport at one time from Israel
because the only plane be could
charter had limited capacity.
Nathan said the supplies were
bought in Israel with funds
rawed by "Jewish people from
round the world."
foreign aid in a time of cut-
backs in U.S. domestic
programs.
His remarks, at a brief-
ing for foreign reporters,
came as two teams of Is-
raeli officials began two
days of talks with State
Department officials
reportedly aimed at seeking
$4.1 billion in economic and
military aid for Israel in the
1986 fiscal year compare to
$2.6 billion in the current
1986 fiscal year. Israel is
also asking for an addi-
tional $800 million in emer-
gency economic aid for
1986.
"With regard to the
economic assistance, we are
prepared to be of assistance
provided there is a serious
and credible economic
program announced and
implemented by Israel,"
Dam said when asked
about the Israeli request in
this year end briefing at the
Foreign Press Center here.
But he stressed that the
economic program is one of
which Israel will have to
decide for itself, although
the U.S. will feel free to
comment on it. He said
while it was "premature" to
discuss the "numbers," the
figure may not be as high
as reported if the Israel
austerity program is cred-
ible. If it is not credible
then Israel's problems will
not only be economic, he
added.
While stressing that he
was speaking generally
about foreign aid, and not
specifically about Israel,
Dam said the United States
wil be operating under an
"extremely difficult budget
environment" in which
domestic programs are
being cut and so it will "not
be easy" to increase foreign
aid to any country.
Israel is reportedly
asking for an additional
$800 million to the $1.2
billion it is receiving in the
current year in economic
aid. Israel is also asking
Costumed on Page 9


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/ Friday, January 4, 1986
fc _____________________ __________________
^^zv -" |^ 14) Sam Ub*r- WoodUmd$ UJA
chairman for the 1985 campaign,
recently addressed over 200 men
who attended the Woodlands
UJA dinner held at their
clubhouse. The dinner, which
a AJ, raised over one million dollars,
Hooert Adler accompanied by his wife Rosa, was honored at the exceeded last year's effort.
Woodlands-UJA dinner AdUr received a piece of antiquity from I sra- Additional commitments will be
el dating back to 63BCEas a tribute to his humanitarian efforts on raised through a major follow-up
behalf of the State of Israel effort accor%ng to^0 ^, SmJ,
who assisted Leber as the
Woodlands UJA co-chairman.
A
Pictured above (Uft to right) Alan Schulman, National I
President, and guest speaker at the Woodlands dinner
Woodlands UJA chairman; Joel Reinstetn. Federation Pm
Brian Sherr, UJA General Campaign Chairman discml
issues as Schulman updates them, having recently rttun
mission to Israel
\
Irving Libowsky, chairman of
the Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign at
Palm-Aire, has announced a
dramatic increase in pledges
made at the recently held Palm-
Aire Pacesetters luncheon in
comparison to last years' figures.
Over 180 persons, making a
minimum commitment to the
1965 UJA campaign of $500,
attended the luncheon which
honored Judge Milton and Lillian
T. Alpert for their devotion to
Israel and all Jewish causes.
Guest speaker for the event
was Jerry Gleekel, a businessman
and active Zionist who speaks on
behalf of Israel. Martin Kane
acted as toastmaster and Jim
Goldstein was banquet chairman.
Libowsky expressed his thanks
and deep gratitude to all the
people who served on the steering
and host committee for their
invaluable time and energy they
put in to making the luncheon
such a resounding success.
Palm-Aire luncheon shows increased pledges
Pictured at the Pacesetters luncheon are (left to right) Joel Reinstein,
president of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale; Irving
Libowsky, Palm-Aire's UJA chairman; and guest speaker Jerry
GleekeL
UJA Campaign
Continued from Page 1
The Ramblewood East
community will hold a 10
ajii. Sunday Jan. 20 break-
fast at Ramblewood Easts'
Clubhouse. Louis Kaye will
be honored for his devotion
towards Judaic causes.
Sidney Bernstein serves as
chairman.
LAUDERHILL GROUP:
The Lauderhill Group con-
sisting of the condo-
miniums of Cypress Tree,
Majestic Gardens, The
Gardens, Lauderhill East
and The Newport, will hold
a 10 a jn. Jan. 27 breakfast
at the Majestic Gardens
Clubhouse. Victor Feldman
is general chairman.
ISLES OF TAMARAC:
The Isles of Tamarac UJA
Committee will honor
George and Estelle Halpern
at a 10 aon. Sunday Jan. 27
breakfast at the Clubhouse.
Rabbi Albert Schwartz,
Federation's director of the
Chaplaincy Commission,
will be the guest speaker.
Lou Solomon and Milt
Siegel are co-chairmen.
POMPANO BEACH: The
Pompano Beach com-
munity will hold its annual
breakfast on behalf of the
Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign at
10:30 ajn. Sunday Jan. 20
at Temple Sholom, 132 SE
11 Ave., Pompano Beach.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Meron Levitats. Dr. Philip
Kanev and Harry Fellman
serve as Pompano Beach
co-chairmen with Rabbi
Samuel April serving as
honorary brunch chairman
and John Strong as Ocean
chairman.
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according to Marion Fox, Adult
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The Bahia Mar Hotel in Fort
Lauderdaie will be the setting for
the joint cocktail party-dinner
UJA event for the Accountants
and Attorneys' Division of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdaie. Judah Ever,
chairman of the Accountant's
Division and Jeff Streitfeld,
chairman of the Attorneys'
Division are pleased to have
Senator Arien Specter of Pen-
nsylvania as the guest speaker at
the January 14 event.
Senator Specter will be
meeting privately for a special
cocktail hour at 6 p.m. with
contributors of $600 or more, to
verse them of the latest
Inverrary UJA
iolf Classic Jan. 9
_iw Jan. 9 more
[taventry golfers will
|lbe Inverrary Country
_ I sod 10 am. for
annual UJA Golf
__1 will use both the
I Weal courses of this
p course.
irish Federation of
I Fort Lauderdaie will
1 classic in honor of
r of the State
this event will be
o, Inverrary UJA Golf
Iduirman; Ed Kabat,
; chairman; and Max
chairman of
Inverrary' UJA campaign.
Following a day of golf, a
dinner will be held at the
Inverrary Country Club for all
the golfers with unlimited bora
d'oeuvrea and an open bar. Those
participating in the classic and
attending the dinner will be
asked to consider a mfatmnyn
commitment to the 1965 Feder-
ation-U JA campaign of f 100.
The entire UJA Golf Classic
program including fees, carts,
refreshments, prizes, dinner and
cocktails will be $41 per man.
For further information please
contact the Jewish Federation
office at 748-8400.
%4
yifhtl Charles Grabel of Environ signing up for the Inverrary-
V Clastic with Selig Marko, Golf Classic chairman-and Jot
*w*on.
torac Special Gifts kicks-
off UJA campaign
I Area UJA cam-
Pto a successful start
J completion of the
AMual Special Gifts
V&Sg at the
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" oight of Chanukah
\V candle-lighting
"y spiritual leader
g"* >d Tamarac
**>. Rose Port.
(J andle-lighting,
, Mt Dinah intro-
1 'Peaker Daniel
Cantor, who discussed his recent
trip to Israel on a Federation
Mission.
In absence of David Krantz,
Tamarac UJA chairman, and Nat
Ginsberg, co-chairman Dinah an-
nounced that the regular UJA
breakfast, which will honor
Krantz and his wife, Florence,
will be held on Jan. 13 at the
Tamarac Jewish Center.
Dinah also extended thanks to
John Shabel and Dave Waldman.
Tamarac Jewish Center's house
chairman, for their hospitality.

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01 the Jewish members of the
Snate, speaks extensively for
Unfted Jewish Appeal as well as
other Jewish causes. A member
of the Foreign Operations
Subcommittee, he has been a
critical supporter of $2.6 billion
id for I.r-1, k-y opponent of
$200 million military package to
Jrodan which was defeated and
en opponent of armaments to
Saudi Arabia which were delayed
and reduced.
The 6 p.m. dinner, following
the cocktail party, is for
minimum contributors of $100 or
more.
According to the chairmen, the
purpose of the combined function
is to enlarge the professional base
in the Fort Lauderdaie Jewish
community. For further in-
formation contact Janice Salit at
the Federation, 748-8400.
Century Village resident
donates $10,000 to UJA
Eugene Gould, a Century
Village resident who has sup-
ported Israel and Jewish causes
for many years, has made a
generous contribution to the 1965
Jewish Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign in the amount
of $10,000.
Pictured receiving the check
from Gould (third from right)
are: Federation executive direc-
tor Joel H. Telles; UJA chairman
at Century Village, Evelyn
Denner; Gould; Samuel K.
Miller, Federation vice president;
and Irving Doctorin, Post
Commander of the Jewish War
Veterans Post 266 at Century
Village.
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Behind the headlines: Refusing to forget the past
VIENNA (JTA) Leon
Zelman. the executive director of
the Jewish Welcome Service of
the City of Vienna, is an en-
thusiast. It is doubtful whether
anyone else here could have come
up and followed through with
such an innovative idea as
holding a multi-media series on
the culture of European Jewry in
Vienna, which was once a major
spswning ground for the virulent
anti-Semitism that destroyed
that culture. The "Vanished
World" series has been a success,
drawing even greater audiences
than Zelman had expected.
"Something has changed in
Austria." Zelman told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency. The
younger generation "wants to
know' about Jews. Three years
ago. the Jewish Welcome Service
began a program in the schools
and on television about Jewish
writers. Starting with seven
school lecturers, it now has 100.
"V\ hen the young people
suited to learn about Jewish
culture, they wanted to learn
about Jews." he said. "They
made associations they asked
why Freud left Vienna. Many
young people hadn't known that
he was Jewish." Now, he said,
"the children are pressing the
teachers" to learn more, and are
questioning their parents and
grandparents about the Nazi era.
*'V\e opened a door and the
young people pushed through it,"
he said.
Zelman believes young
Austrians are cultured, open-
minded and liberal and feel
anti-Semitism is none of these
things. (A recently-published
university survey does, indeed,
show that the rates of anti-
Semitism are lowest among the
youth. I
Other. Jews feel that anti-
Semitism has simply become
latent rather than overt. Political
cabaret artist Gerhard Bronner
said. "I'm quite content when
they say (anti-Semitic remarks)
behind my back. When they
don't say it to my face that's
progress. And Holocaust
researchers Dr. Johnny Moser
observed that the difference
between the pre-war and post-war
periods is that today a Hasid can
"walk down the street in full
regalia and nobody will harass
him as a Jew."
Moser noted that while there is
growing anti-Semitism in ex-
tremist groups on the right and
left, there is no anti-Semitic party
in Austria. Neo-Nazism is
outlawed. It was during the
regime of then-Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky that a law was passed
making it a crime to malign a
religious or ethnic group.
The government and various
institutions make an effort to
educate the citizenry, par-
ticularly the youth, about
Nazism. The Archive of the
Austrian Resistance Movement
has a collection of 17,000
documents, publishes books, and
maintains a permanent exhibit
regarding the Nazi era, exiled
Austrians. and neo-Nazism. It
has 10.000 visitors a year, many
of them students, according to
Dr. Siegwald Ganglmair. an
Archive official. "Children ask a
lot about the climate of terror,"
he said.
The Ministry of Interior
maintains the museum and
memorials at the Mauthausen
concentration camp. An
estimated 206,000 individuals
were imprisoned there between
1943 and 1945 and over 110.000
perished. Only three of the
original group of 2,600 Jews
departed there survived; ad-
ditional thousands of Jews sent
there in 1946 from Hungary and
elsewhere also perished. The gas
chamber and crematoria are in
the basement of what is now the
museum. The exhibit provides a
detailed history of Nazism and
the camp.
Over 360,000 pulpils have
.visited Mauthausen, said
Zelman, including a group of 300
blind children. The idea for the
school visits came from the
Ministry of Education and
Teachers Association, not the
Jewish community, he said. Last
year's group of new army
draftees took their oath at
Mauthausen.
Schoolchildren also regularly
visit the Austrian Jewish
Museum in Eisenstadt, capital of
Burgenland, a winegrowing and
resort area about an hour from
Vienna and close to the
Hungarian border. The museum
is housed in a mansion built by
Samson Wertheimer, a court Jew
and the chief rabbi of Hungary,
at the end of the 17th century.
The museum has on display
rooms of documents, portraits,
maps and various artifacts. Part
of the museum is a small chapel
which was Wertheimer's private
shul. During the war years, the
Torahs were hidden behind the
wooden lattice mechitza (par-
tition between the sexes during
worship) and thus saved.
Prof. Kurt Shubert, head of the
University of Vienna's Institute
of Jewish Studies, was the
curator for the museum. In
addition to the displays on Jew-
ish history, there is an exhibit on
the Anschluss (Germany's take
over of Austria in 1938) and
another on Zionist history en-
titled "Alt-Neuland" (Old-New
Land), after Theodor Herri's
Utopian book of the same name.
Shubert said that he had
learned Hebrew in 1948 "as a
protest. When I saw Jews forced
to scrub the streets on their
knees. I felt I wanted to do
something in solidarity." But
Shubert did more "in solidarity"
with Jews than learn Hebrew. As
an air-raid warden in Vienna
during the war. he managed to
save the entire library of the Jew-
ish Rabbinical Seminary in
Templegasse 20,000 volumes.
He has the books brought to the
safe refuge of the University's
Institute for Oriental Studies.
they are interested in learning
about Jewish life. Most of the
Yiddish students are teachers of
German.
One student todl Allerhand
that "when I read Mendele
(Mocher Sforim, the 19th century
Yiddish and Hebrew author) "it
touches my heart." Another read
IL. Peretz's Sh'lom Bayis"
(Domestic Tranquility) to her
anti-Semitic father. And, he
continued, a third student told
him. "We grew up in a school
where we had no Jewish friends.
Now that it's impossible to know
Jews, we want to know about
Jewishness." Allerhand con-
cluded, "It's a new generation.
They want to know about Jew-
ishneea."
The commitment of the
Austrian government to helping
this process along may be scan in
the fact that high officials at-
tended various opening
ceremonies of the "Vanished
World" series of m
also be seen in t
Austrian President
Kirchsrhlagcr spoa
fkial dedication of t
Chajes School, He
have to think si
well as the future,
last children wend
Vienna. The open
school is a victor/
destruction of the ea
Three major sites
in Jerusalem set ablaze
Prof. Jacob Allerhadn of the
university's Institue of Jewish
Studies told JTA there are 200
students taking classes there in
modern Jewish history, Hebrew
literature, and elementary and
advanced Yiddish. In addition to
the masters and doctoral can-
didates, there are many students
who take the courses because
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Friday, January 4,1986
Volume 14
11TEVETH5746
Number 1
Early Friday morning, on Dec.
14, three major sites across Jeru-
salem were set ablaze. Within a
half hour of each other the syna-
gogue on Mount Zion and the Old
City's Ramban and Katamon
shuls were savagely attacked.
In all the incidents, the Holy
Arks were ignited first. The most
extensive damage occurred on
Mount Zion where 15 Torah
scrolls were destroyed. This
synagogue, which is part of the
Chamber of the Holocaust
Museum, was designated in 1948
as a memorial to the 6,000,000
Jewish souls who perished by the
Nazis. For each of the European
communities destroyed a com-
memorative plaque was placed.
Authorities estimate 20,000
people turned out to mourn the
ashes of the Holy Scrolls and to
follow them to their burial place
on the Mount of Olives.
Rebbeim from all over Israel
came to eulogize the destruction.
They included the Gerrer Rebbe
the Belzer Rebbe; Rabbi Shapira
Chief Rabbi of Israel; Rabbi
Kolhtz, Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi
Rabbi Meshash. Chief Sephardi
Rabbi; Deputy Prime Minister
Nsvon; Rabbi Menachem
rorush, Member of Knesset
Rabbi Goldstein. Ro,h
HaYeshiva of Diaspora Yeahiva.
The ashes were placed in clay
ums, sealed and carried to the
cemetery by the Chevra Kadisha
(Burial Society).
The Rebbeim of Israel called on .
World Jewry to band together to *
restore this holy site. Thousands
of dollars have been pouring in to
the Chamber of the Holocaust,
Mount Zion.
The Israeli P*
tinuing the invest*
unprecedented *toM
Rosenne hopeful for sfa
of Israeli-Egyptian talk
NEW YORK (JTA, Meir
Rosenne. Israels Ambassador to
the United States, eT"Sr1
bop* that negotiations between
Israel and Egypt on the out-
standing problems between the
two countries will start in the
near future.
Addressing a meeting of the
^hrence of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organi-
zations hare. Rosenne said,
however, that "the cold peace"
between Israel and Egypt which
"Urted with the war in Lebanon
m June, 1982, still continues.
"We* hdpe there will be a
change in the future,''
said, adding thsthe
that when the *o
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theywulda|tbM
Egyptian Amwew-
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aance and a resoW
border dispute over i
Ins brief review'
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chairman.
The Grumana, residents of
Inverrary s Hi-Greens area, were
honored for their devotion and
deep commitment to Israel and
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for the Jerusalem Post, Wolf
Butzer. Bhtier discussed the
current situation in the Middle
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Major Gifts Dinner a resounding success
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oshry
The scene was the Woodlands'
home of Clare and Harold Oshry.
More than 110 community lead-
ers gathered on Saturday, even-
. ing Dec. 8, to join in the Major
Gifts Dinner in support of the
1985, Jewish Federation United
Jewish Appeal Campaign.
The atmosphere was one of
great warmth as major UJA
contributors from all over North
Broward made meaningful 1985
commitments, which represented
an increase of 35 percent over
their 1984 pledges. "This out-
pouring of increased giving that
is so urgently needed today, will
set an example for the entire
community to follow," stated
1985 UJA General Campaign
Chairman Brian Sherr.
The special guest speaker was
Jonathan Livny, noted young
Israeli attorney, who delivered a
timely message concerning the
severe economic conditions in
Israel, having just arrived from
Jerusalem a few days prior to the
fund-raising dinner.
Another guest of the Feder-
ation was Yitzhak Wald, the
Mayor of Kfar Saba, Greater
Fort Lauderdale Federation's
Project Renewal Community.
Mr. Wald thanked the contribu-
tors for their financial assistance
to his city and spoke of the out-
standing programs that have
become possible through "your
most generous support."
Federation Campaign Co-
Chairmen Edmund Entin and
Alan Levy joined in paying tri-
bute to the large turnout by
noting that "this is the most
successful Major Gifts function
ever held in the community and it
indicates the sucess we can
achieve in the future."
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Community Calendar
Compiled by Lari Ginsberg.
Federation 748-8400.
FRIDAY JAN. 4
Yiddish* Genbhaft: 2 p.m.
"Fabreng." (gathering) Rabbi
Jeffrey Ballon of Temple Emanu-
El will discuss Soviet Jewry. 748-
7632. w
SATURDAY JAN. 5
Sunrise Lake* Condominium
Aaaociation Phase I: 7:30 p.m.
Big Band Era Musical featuring
Harry Frank, Harriet Blake,
Jeannie Reynolds and Guy
Barry. Donation $4. Playhouae,
8100 Sunrise Lakes Dr. N. 742-
5150.
SUNDAY JAN. 8
Temple Kol AmiBZ's: 2 p.m.
Meeting. At Temple.
Yiddish Culture Clubs and other
organizations: Celebration of
Sholom Aleichem's birthday.
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Don't wait Book your
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Temple Beth Israel, Deerfield
Beach. Tickets $2.974-6093.
Bnai Zion Harry Matinsky
Simcha Chapter: 7:30 p.m.
Dance and social. Luigi's Dance-
world, 4850 W. Oakland Pk.
Blvd. Donation $3.50. 748-1724.
Bnai B'nth-Sands Point Lodge:
10 a.m. Monthly breakfast.
Musical-Aires will entertain.
Tamarac Jewish Center, 9101
NW 57 St.
MONDAY JAN. 7
Hadassah-Bat Ami Tamarac
Chapter: rVoon. Celebration of
Jewish Music Month. Mini-
lunch. Tamarac Jewish Center,
^101 NW 57 St.. Tamarac.
Free Blood Pressure Screening: 9
a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Health Promo-
tion Center, 7771 W. Oakland Pk.
Blvd. 749-0211.
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee: 10 a.m.
Great Books Discussion con-
ducted by Ann Lawrence. Pom-
pano Beach Library, 1213 E. At-
lantic Blvd. Admission free. 722-
4916.
National Council of Jewish
A Diversified
Jewish Quiz
By RABBI
DAVID W. GORDON
1- What is the first question
that will be asked when we ap-
pear before the Throne of
Judgment?
2- What are the two necessary
requirements for fish to be consi-
dered Kosher?
3- What is the meaning of the
two Hebrew words, "El-Al,"
Israel's Airline?
4- Is it incumbent upon every
Jew to give "Tzedakah" -
Charity?
5- Name the magazine edited
by Dr. Trude Weiss Rosmarin
6- What Jewish food is pur-
ported to possess recuperative
powers? 1.................
, J.I. C*V >'
/- Which American poet wrote
"The Jewish Cemetery at
Newport?"
8- Name two Baseball Players
who refused to play on Yom
Kippur during a World Series
9- Enumerate the various
forms of the Kaddish.
10- What is the Mission of the
jews.
Women Gold Coast Section:
10:30 a.m. Meeting. Dr. Irving
Levins will discuss Jews in
unusual places. Mini-breakfast.
Coconut Creek Community
Center, 900 NW 43 Ave.
Hadeeash-Armon Castle Gardens
Chapter: Noon. Author meets
Critic program. Review of "When
Bad Things Happen to Good
People," by reviewer Rabbi
Harold Kuahner. 4850 NW 22
Ct.. Lauderhill
TUESDAY JAN. 8
Jewish Book Review Series: 1 to
2:30 pni. Review of "Mayor" by
Edward Koch. West Regional
Branch, 8601 W. Broward Blvd.,
Plantation.
Bnai B'rith Women-Ocean
Chapter: 1:30 p.m. Ann Acker-
man will review the book, "The
Outsiders" by Howard Fast. Gait
Ocean Mile Hotel. 3300 Gait
Ocean Dr.. Fort Lauderdale.
Deborah-Sunrise Chapter: 11
a.m. Meeting and mini-lunch.
Playhouse. 8100 Sunrise Lakes
Dr. N.
Townsend Harris High School
Alumni Association: Luncheon
and election of officers. Palm-
Aire Country Club. 974-5913.
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Tamara
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Water
Bridge Rion in Pittsburgh.
Penn., and Rabbi Isaac Trainin,
director of synagogue relations of
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York and creator
of a similar program 15 years
ago.
For further information on this
conference contact Rabbi Sch-
wartz at the Jewish Federation,
748-8400.
Community Hebrew
classes begin
"Shako Uvracha a
Hearty Welcome" will be the
words that will echo through the
classes of the Community
Modern Hebrew Ulpan program
that will begin on Monday and
Tuesday, Jan. 7 and 8, in three
different locations in the North
Broward area.
Sponsored by the Central
Agency for Jewish Education of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Ft. Lauderdale, the classes" are
designed to teach modern,
conversational Hebrew and the
culture of Israel to beginning,
intermediate and advanced
students. Qualified, certified
Ulpan teachers conduct the
classes and introduce on the very
first day of instruction an atmos-
phere of Hebrew and Israel in
every element of the program.
Classes will be held on Tuesday
and Thursday mornings from
9:30-11:30 a.m. at Temple
Shaaray Tzedek, 4099 Pine
Island Road, and on Monday and
Thursday evenings at the Jewish
Community Center, 6601 Sunrise
Boulevard.
At Temple Beth Israel in Deer-
field Beach, the classes will begin
the following week on Tuesday,
Jan. 15, and will be held Tuesday
*nd Thursday
Wednesday i*f
nings, in coopa
dult educatioBl
aggregation.
Abraham J. r.faj
director of sducatS
"Hebrew *%*
tongue of th. Jewj]
"el as the ungnir
and the natioaal^
A knowledge 0f|
oe to a special m,
thelandoflsradirhs.
there, and opera up |
the treasurshousi
learning." J
Techniques in
small and large l_
tk>n, stories, Hebiw]
games, and a variety <
preaches to teaching I
addition to the bngu.
the classes include tie]
the land of Israel, rl
Israeli emissaries andl
Israel. Co-sponsor of th
is the Department of |
and Culture of the Wa
Organization which
Ulpan classes
world.
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to register.
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U.S. aid
I from Page 1
economic aid be in-
I to $1.9 billion in the
i fiscal year. In military
Israel is receiving $1.4
which it would like
I by $700 million to
112.1 billion in the 1986
lyear.
i U.S.-Israel talks are
Dilation of the talks
! at the State Depart-
t last month. One ses-
is on the economic
ition and is being oon-
i by the first formal
of the Joint US.-
Economic Group
was established
the White House
between President
_ i and Israeli Premier
mon Peres last October.
6 United States is led by
I Allen Wall Undersecre-
7 of State for Economic
aw. The second group
IWks deals with military
* At this meeting, the
^reportedly giving its
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ay, January 4, 1985
TRIBUTE TO MELVIN FURMAN: Maury
Levin* (right) presents Edthye Furman with a
Tribute Award honoring her late husband, Melvin
Furman, for his volunteer work a* UJA chairman
for Hi-Greens. Looking on is Max E. Buck,
Inverrary UJA chairman. Under Furman's
leadership, the Hi-Greens reached over 96 percent
of the residents who made a pledge to the United
Jewish Appeal
Fine Artists Concert Series B'ltai-Bnot
opening Jan. 15
Gold Coast Savings and Loan
Association of Florida, Pembroke
Pines, and the Carone Gallery,
are co-sponsoring the Fine Artist
Concert Series, opening Jan. 15,
to benefit Temple Emanu-El of
Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Dr. Robert Uchin, Chairman of
the Board, Gold Coast S and L,
and past president of Temple
Emanu-El, said the sponsorship
of the concerts inaugurates a
policy of supporting the arts and
other local events.
Uchin said Aaron Rosand,
master violinist, will open the
series with works by Beethoven,
Handel, Heifetz and an unac-
companied virtuoso composition
by Ysaye. He will be accom-
panied by John Covelli. Both
artists have performed with
major orchestras abroad and
throughout the nation.
Adam Holzman, who has won,
Diversified Quiz
Answers
1- "Have you dealt honorably
and faithfully in your dealings
with your fellowman!"
2- They must have fins and
scales.
3- On High.
4- Yes, even a pauper who
himself lives on charity is obliged
to do so.
5- The Jewish Spectator.
6- Kosher chicken soup.
7- Henry Wadsworth
Longfellow.
8- Hank Greenberg and Sandi
Koufax.
9- Mourner*' Half Full -
Scholars Burial Kaddish.
10- To serve in the words of the
Prophet Isaiah as "A Light Unto
the Nations.""
accolades as one of the foremost
guitarists in the U.S. will perform
on Saturday, Feb. 2. His program
will include works by Bach and a
solo interpretation of a Scarletti
composition for two guitars.
The final concert of the three-
part series will be on Thursday,
March 7, featuring world class
pianist Judith Burganger, who
blends her performance career
while teaching as Professor of
Music, at Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity.
Tickets for the tax deductible
benefit concert are $45 for the
series. Carone Gallery is located
at 600 S.W. 2nd Court, Fort
Lauderdale. For information call
431-9390 or 463-8833.
Mitzvah
Blanche Alloy
TEMPLE SHOLOM
The Sisterhood of Temple
Sholom, 132 SE 11 Ave.,
Pompano Beach, will honor
Blanche Alloy at the Sisterhood's
Annual Torah Fund luncheon to
be held at noon Tuesday Jan. 15
in the Temple Social Hall.
Alloy, treasurer and boutique
chairman, will be honored as the
"Woman of Valor" for 1984.
Guest speaker will be Arlene
Snyder, noted lecturer. Chairing
the luncheon is Ethyl Goodman.
Magrisso
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Andrea Cohen, daughter of
Toby and Martin Cohen, will
celebrate her Bat Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning, Jan. 5 service
at Temple Beth Orr, Coral
Springs.
TEMPLE BETH AM
The Bnai Mitzvah of Michael
Marcus, son of Marlene and Allen
Marcus, and David Rosen, son of
Marianne and Leonard Rosen,
will be celebrated at the Saturday
morning Jan. 5 service at Temple
Beth Am, Margate.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
Robert Wolf, son of Judy and
Marvin Wolf, will be called to the
Torah in honor of his Bar Mit-
zvah at the Saturday morning
Jan. 5 service at Temple Beth
Torah, Tamarac.
David Magrisso. son of Sarah
alle and Israel Magrisso, cele-
brated his Bar Mitzvah at the
Dec. 27 service at Beth Torah.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B'nai Mitzvah of Paul
Bock, son of Rollis Bock, and
Shari Zelman, daughter of
Madelyn and Donald Zelman,
will be celebrated at the Saturday
morning Jan. 6 service at Temple
Kol Ami, Plantation.
Ba-ruch a-.tah Ado-nye, Elo-henu me-lech ha-olam,
asher kid'^ha-nu b'mitz-vo-tav, v'tzee-va-nu
1 'had-Tei^fner shel Shabbat.
Blessed is- the Lord our God. Ruler of the universe,
who givefjis-Mitzvot that make us holy, and commands us
to kindle the lights of Shabbat.
Jr Oitndielighti
Jan. 4 5:25 p.m.
elighting Timesf
41 Soviet Jewish families repc
to have received exit visas]
NEW YORK (JTA) At least
10 Soviet Jewish families from
Moscow, all long-term refuseniks,
have received exit visas to Israel,
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry reported. The news,
which the NCSJ said it sees as a
"small but significant reversal in
annual emigration trends,"
marks only the second time in
over eight months that Jews
from the Soviet capital were
granted permission to emigrate.
The first visas issued in that city
came in November, when 12
Muscovite Jews were permitted
to leave.
Included in the report, and
being confirmed by the NCSJ, is
news that an additional 30
families from Tbilisi and one
family from Kaunus, in
Lithuania, have also received exit
permits. All are long-term
refuseniks, who have sought
emigration to Israel for more
than eight years.
Although the idem.
sue of each tmtfgS
at this tune, the NCSJ i
the total number c
urpaas the monthly
average of 73 WI
distinguished 1964 u 4
year for emigrttionin,
vears." To date, onh/l
Jews have been
migrate to Israel.
A Poketpersonb
uggested that the i
mcrease, most welcomed!
involved, may be intej
gseture of good wi
Soviets" in advana
meetings scheduled for j
between Secretary oil
George Shulti ud
Foreign Minister i
Gromyko. He added
"hopefully the fintt
trend which will
beyond those i
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TAMARAC JEWISH CENT** (TH-WSB), 101 NW BTth 8t, Tsmsrsel
Services: Sunday through Friday **>. P_m.*!* ^JZ
pm Saturday 8:46 a-m.. I p.m. RsMM Kurt F. SI
Nathan Zolendak. Cantor P. Hillel Brsjmmor.
TEMPLE BETH AM (S74JJSBO). 7106 Royml Palm Blvd., Mart*I
Service*: Monday through Friday :I0 a.m.. 5 p.m.. Friday Wssj-
p.m.; Saturday 0 a.m.. 5 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m., 5 p.m Raw run i
Rabbi Emarttua, Dr. Solomon Geld. Cantor Irving Grossman
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL (74*4040), 7100 W. Oakland Part Blvd.,
JSS1S. Services: Monday through Thuraday 8 am .8:S0p.m.;Frtdsjll
S p.m.,8p.m.; Saturday 8:46a.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.. B:80 p.m. Reewr
Labowiti, Canter Maurice Hen.
TEMPLE *RTH ISRAEL OF DEERFIELD BEACH <*Sj"'-
Century Blvd.. DeerfJeld Beach SS441. Service*: Sunday throuftiH"
a.m.. 8 p.m. Friday late service 8 p.m.; Saturday 8 "^ ^u
lighting time. Rabbi ie^a* l^liswer, Cetrler Shabtat Ack.rmsn.
TEMPLE S'NAI MOSHE (042-0*80). 14*4 SE Sard. St, Pompano I
33080 Services: Friday 8 p.m. Rabbi Morris A. Shop.
TEMPLE SHA'ARAY TZEDEK (741-03S6). 4099 Pine Island Rd..!
SSS21. Service*: Sunday through Friday 8a.m.. Bp.m.. UU
p.m.; Saturday 8:46 a.m.. 880 p.m. Baked Howard S
MarohaaL
TEMPLE SHOLOM vices: Monday through Friday 8:46 a.m. evenings *^ *!,
sday at 6 pm Friday evening at 8. Saturday and Sunday s.
Samuel April. Canter Samuel Renter.
CONOREOATION BETH HILLEL OF MARGATE (974' T*1'
Blvd.. Margate 33083 Services: Sunday through Friday 8:lSam^^
Late Friday service 8 p.m. Saturday 8:46 a.m., 6:80 pm
Mariner. Canter Jeei Cohan.
HEBREW CONOREOATION OF LAUOERHILL .733-98*01. ** >j*|
Ave.. Lauderhtll 33313. Services: Sunday through Friday i
pm Saturday 8-46 am Rabbi Israel Halpern
NORTH LAUDERDALE HEBREW CONOREOATION: (T*TW:\
77221 Service, at Banyan Lakes Condo Clubhouse, SOW Bsuq ]
Tamarac. Friday at 6 p.m.. Saturday a.m. Castries B. Fylor, rrssisw*I
ORTHODOX
TEMPLE OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL (733 7884). 4361 W OakU*ndprtR.
Lauderdale Lakes 38313. Service*: Sunday through Thursday
Friday 8a.m.. 6 p.m., Saturday 8:46 a.m., 6p.m.
SYNAGOGUE OF INVERRARY CHABAD <*-l7"'-J7J?,^nJ
coin Park West, Sunrise 33321. Services: Sunday ttireugn ""
p.m., Saturday t a.m., S: p.m. Study frou**: Man. "
services; Women. Tuesdays 6 p.m. Rabbi Aren Liebermaa-
YOUNG ISRAEL OF DEERFIELO BEACH (421 -1387)?*,'
Blvd.. Deertleld Beach 3*441 Servlcee: Sunday "^^a^Iari. I
sundown Saturday 8:46 a.m. and sundown Center mmm
Scaaeler, Pre aids at. __,_T uo
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAOOOUE OF HOLLYWOODFOTTJjs^ ^
(988-7877), 3291 SUrllng Rd.. Fort Lauderdale sssu
through Friday 7: SO a.m., and aundown; Saturday, 9 am,
8a.m.. sundown. Rabbi Edward Davis.
CONOREOATION MIOOAL DAVID (TSe-SBS*).
Tamarac. Servlcee: Daily S a.m.; mlncha 6 p.m
Centresatien president Herman Fleischer.
RBCONSTRUCTIONIST
RAMAT SHALOM (471-8*D0), 11*01 W. Broward Blvd. rWU^fl
Esrvtoaa: Friday S:l6 p.m.; Saturday, 16a.m. Ha**!Us"' '
mmma^n- REFORM
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Service*: Friday p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. *** Jerrew
Haaey Hausman ^
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Manorah Chapels. SBM W. HlUeboro Blvd.. DaarOaW
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Friday 6:16 p.m.. Saturday 10*0 a.m. RaBBI Saenea .
Carbarn.
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frtdsvy night earvlcaa twice monthly at <**n**^c***
Owonut Creah Parkway. RaMM Brwc* I. **"* *"""
Roberts. ^eiM*'
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fgjg^ury 4.1986/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Ida Jewish Alcohol and Drug Abuse conference Feb. 10
Page 11,
on Jewish
Abuse for
Force
f.i Drug ad"00 "5
EdHr^ta Beach
B sponsor a day long
Pb chemical abuse
IT 9:30 a.m. until 3
Krac Jewish Center.
[67th Street, Tamarac.
lmose of the confer-
^ibbi Albert Sch-
wartz, Director of the Federa-
tion's Chaplaincy Commiaion and
committee coordinator, "ia to
create an awareness of alcohol
and drug abuse in the Jewish
community." Rabbi Schwartz
emphasized that a very real
problem exists, but that the
traditional Jewish attitude has
been to deny that existence,
therefore preventing treatment.
The program will feature pre-
sentations and workshops by
professionals working with the
chemically dependent, plus
recovering persons. Noted speak-
ers will include Dr. Abraham
rwerala, medical director of
Gateway Rehabilitation
Pittsburgh, Penn., and Rabbi
Isaac Trainin, director of
synagogue relations of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York and creator
similar program 15 years
of a
ago.
For further information on this
conference contact Rabbi Sch-
wartz at the Jewish Federation,
748-8400.
in
fish Family Service Case History
j called the agency for
jirith presenting prob-
lauiety, guilt, and hos-
jielt these feelings were
t with her functioning,
in the family. She
she is a holocaust
far
ofl H the therapist met with
ad I B.S felt her life was out of
tod old ways of coping
led I I f"* was difficult
u accurate history as
&i vague about dates
of events. When
_ about seven years old
far II started and her
removed from the
brought to a con-
camp where he was
i. S's mother put her
and they were
for about three years.
j war ended Mrs. S's
found her and both
the United States.
[S expressed that she was
it age 20 and had two
within three years. She
was great pressure and
bbj with the adjustment.
she entered therapy
after the horrors of
II, she was experi-
encing chronic anxiety, feelings
of irreperable loss, preoccupation
with emotional past, insecurity,
lack of confidence, guilt over sur-
viving the war, feelings of inade-
quacies, and inability to problem
solve.
As Mrs. S was able to slowly
retell her story, she was able to
effectively mourn her losses and
work through the experiences of
the war. Through support and re-
assurance from the therapist
Mrs. S was able to increase in-
sight and reach an important
emotional catharsis.
She has developed a rapport
via sensitivity as she is learning
to process alternatives and
become comfortable with self and
others. Mrs. S has developed a
sense of identity and self concept
by being able to recognize her self
worth, identity, her accomplish-
ments, look at what she wants for
herself, and not feel guilty for her
successes. Her mood swings are
less and her emotional balance is
restored.
It is unrealistic to think that
Mrs. S will ever forget what hap-
pened to her during World War
11, but will any of us ever forget?
If you have any questions or
feel that we can help, please
contact us at: Jewish Family
Service of Broward County, 4617
Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood,
Flo. 39021, Telephone: 96&0966;
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County, 3600 North
State Road No. 7 Suite 399,
Fort Lauderdale, Flo. 33319.
Telephone: 735-3394; Jewish
Family Service of Broward
County, 1800 West Hillsboro
Blvd. Suite 14, Deerfield
SKfe/1"- 33441, Telephone
Jewish Family Servie of Brow-
ard County is a beneficiary
Agency of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale, the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward and the United Way o/
Broward County.
FIFTY FATHERS AND CHILDREN met recently -dt the Jewish
Community Center to make Chanuhah menorahs and play Chanukah
games. The gathering was part of the JCCs Father^Child program
and workshop that meets once a month at the Center. The program is
open to fathers and their children, who must be of elementary age.
JCC offers 'Growing Older' workshop Jan. 17
CJF publishes handbook
on child day care
Marion Fox, Adult Activities
Director for the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, 6501 W Sunrise
Blvd., has announced a special
workshop to take place at the
Center on Thursday, January 17,
at 1 p.m., titled Growing Older:
A Gain Not A Loss!.' The work-
shop, led by Dr. Davele Bursor,
will offer positive skills that can
be used to age with esteem and
fitness!
Dr. Bursor is currently en-
gaged in a private counseling
practice with Claude Moraes,
MD. A former assistant professor
of counseling at Louisiana State
University, Dr. Bursor has
published numerous articles
dealing with life adjustment
issues. For the past two years she
has taught a Women's awareness
course at Broward Community
College.
Free babysitting is available
and registration ia required. Fees
are $4 for members and t7 for
non-members. Call 792-6700 for
information and registration.
Israel may not resume talks with Lebanon
fYORK, NY. -The first
I resource publication on
7 ore under Jewish aua-
lorth American has been
r the Council of Jewish
at and is available for
Federations, Jewish
family Service Agen-
fmagogues and related
'Day Care Under Jewish
compiled by CJF
lUnsultant Joan Fuld,
ike results of a detailed
"i J communities and a
Clover 150 Jewish day
I "TV was designed to
"ttnmg issues related to
J0*1' of services, to
,'u on national trends
[*" sP'fic program
! cre, programs for
1 nd toddlers and
1 Programs for latch-
1" included in the
"nth provides in-
formation such aa hours avail-
able, numbers served, budgets
and foe range, and related
program information such as use
of volunteers.
At lease 6,000 children,
newborn to kindergarten-age,
were reported to be served by all-
day programs under Jewish
auspices. Almost 2,000 children
were reported to participate in
after-school programs.
Miriam Schneirov of Philadel-
phia is Chairman of the CJF Task
Force on Jewtih Child Day Care,
which participated in the
development of the survey and
the analysis of the results.
"Child day care programs are a
vital way in which Jewish com-
munities can assist Jewish
youngsters and their families,"
Mrs. Schneirov said. "These
programs also provide a unique
opportunity for the Jewish com-
munity to reach out to families
and to strengthen their ties with
our Jewish institutions."
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TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel
warned that it may not resume
the military withdrawal talks
with Lebanon after the two week
Christmas recess.
Gen. Amos Gilboa, head of the
Israeli negotiating team, spoke
after the two sides held their 12th
session at Nakura with no
progress in sight. The talks are
scheduled to resume on Jan. 7.
But Gilboa stated that unless
there is a positive reply from the
Lebanese to Israel's proposals
"the government of Israel will
find itself obliged to consider
whether there will be any further
purpose in continuation of the
talks at Nakura."
Israel insists that the United
Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon (UNIFIL) patrol the
region between the Zanarani and
Awali rivers in south Lebanon,
University on Wheels'
to be held Jan. 16
Seven Broward Chapters of
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee are
sponsoring "University on
Wheels" Jan. 16 at Bailey Hall,
Broward Community College at
10 am.
The seminar will feature
Michael Kaufman, Associate
Professor of University Studies
at Brandeis, who will discuss
"My Daughter's Mother" tracing
the patterns of family life and
gender roles through history and
Jay Brodbair Nemrer, Assistant
Professor of Contemporary
Jewish Studies at Brandeis, who
will discuss "The American
Jewish Family and the Future:
Will Our Grandchildren be
Jewish?" which will deal with the
state of sociological research on
the contemporary American
Jewish family with particular
emphasis on the connection
between Jewish family and
Jewish identity.
For further information con
tact Estelle Norber. 486-3482 a
Sylvia Krante, 872-4289.
presently occupied by the IDF,
after the IDF withdraws. It also
demands that the tone imme-
diately north of Israel's border be
policed by the South Lebanon
Armv (SLA). The Lebanese
refuse to recognize the SLA
which they contend is a puppet of
Israel and also claim that the
Lebanese regular army ia capable
of maintaining security in all
south Lebanon.
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