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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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LP SAVE JEWISH LIVES FEB. 7
lend RALLY FOR ETHIOPIAN JEWS at JCC
Page 3
e Jewish FLORID!AN
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, February 1,1986
.PrkvWCanta'
ien's Division $730
[luncheon Feb. 13
\iears I kept my
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kside myself. .
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the Holocaust,
\tg and the suf-
Uions of others
\me to speak out
people must
happened, for
otection.
Robert Gary
a survivor
lust and star of
irision shows,
nest speaker at
i Division $730
be held on
Feb. 13 at the
atry Club.
> commitment
the Jewish
Inited Jewish
impaign is
attendance,
luncheon are
and Lisa
born in Paris,
France, March 1,1926. The
youngest of 16 children, his
interest in the entertain-
ment field began quite early
at age 12 he was singing
professionally throughout
Paris.
In 1940 the Nazis in-
vaded France and in
1942, when Robert was 16
years old, there was a dra-
matic change in his life.
It was "pure luck,"
claims Robert, that he did
not meet the fate of six mil-
lion other Jews who were
exterminated by the Nazis
during the war. Thirteen
members of his immediate
family wore deported from
Paris to Nazi concentration
camps Robert was the
only one to survive. (He
was liberated from Buchen-
wald in 1946 by the Amer-
ican army.)
After the war, Robert
went back to Paris to pick
up the pieces and start his
life again. Discovered sing-
SUPER SUNDAY
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
As Super Sunday '85 approaches volunteers are
needed from throughout the community. If you
haven't signed up to be a Super Sunday Volunteer
find the sign up sheet in this editon of The Floridian
and sign up for your Super Sunday shift today!
Super Sunday March 17, 1985 Tamarac
Jewish Center.
Robert Clary
ing in a Paris nighcJub in
1947, Robert recorded a
song that became an
American hit the following
year, and sold over a
quarter of a million copies.
Clary went on to star in
the popular television
series, "Hogan's Heroes."
Serving on the $730
Committee are Susan Feiss,
Sheila Grenitz, Myra Halle,
Lois Polish, Marcia Sch-
wartz and Susan Segaul.
For further information
contact Iris at the Federa-
tion at 748-8400.
Simons to host
Project Renewal
event Feb. 23
The lush tropical gardens
at the Bay Colony water-
front home of Mel and Bren
Simon will be magically
transformed into a tented
oasis on Saturday evening
Feb. 23 for a Middle East-
em Project Renewal Party.
An exceptional evening
of mid-Eastern food and
foming UJA events
IRE: The Bonaventure community
dinner-dance, beginning with cocktails at
Q Saturday Feb. 2 at the Bonaventure
lub. The Jewish Federation-United Jewish
upaign at Bonaventure is chaired by
Gloria Chermak, with co-chairmen: Phil
f Cohen; Saul and Charlotte Padek;
lufman and Maxim Stein. Minimum com-
UJA is $300.
GARDENS PHASE I: Marjory Jedel
ay Zohn will be honored by the Oriole
UJA committee at 10 a.m. Sunday Feb. 3
uditoium. Quest sneaker is Federation
of education, Abraham J. Oitteleon.
I18 Leo Levins with Fran Graver and Jumia
'as co-chairmen.
fsion to Washington
filling up fast
is interest has been shown for the
Mission to Washington D.C., March 20
"]& up rapidly, the Mission is limited to
'le. on a first- come-first- serve basis. If
interested, sign op quickly. Cell Sandy
. Mission coordinator, at 7484400.
HAWAIIAN GARDENS: Ernil Cohen will be the
Kuest speaker at Hawaiian Gardens Annual Rally for
Israel and UJA at 10 ajn. Sunday Feb. 3 at Temple
Beth Israel, Sunrise. Julius Mines is chairman, Kurt
Ellenbogen is honorary chairman and co are Jerome Davidson and Samuel Delfin. LuoDs
Stang is Special Gifts Chairman.
LIME BAY: David Faver will be honored at Lime
Bay's UJA breakfast at 10 am. Sunday Feb. 3 at the
Clubhouse. Joel H. Telles, Federation executive
director, will speak. Carl Wekz serves as chairman.
Co-chairmen are Florence Horowiti, Joseph Milstem
and Eugene Popkin.
PINE ISLAND RIDGE: Pine Island Ridge will hold
its annual UJA breakfast at 9:30 am. Sunday Feb. 3
at the Pine Island Ridge Clubhouse. Guest speaker is
Israeli ntrfr*T Danny Tadmore. Charles Block
serves as chairman with a huge committee.
CENTURY VILLAGE: Century Village wfll kick off
its campaign with a UJA Pacesetters efsnt at 7:30
naTle Cmb Theater, Dearfield Beach. A
minimum rommitment to UJA of $125 per person is
required. Frances Nusbaum wfll speak. General
chairman is Evelyn Denner, with help from chairmen
Irving R. Friedman and Joseph Tractenberg.
WYNMOOR VILLAGE: Wynmopr Vflkge.wfll]hold
dual UJA brunches, one on 8undej F*. 3 and the
other on Feb. 10. Both will be at the Holiday Inn,
Plantation. Honores is Morris Locksbin. Jerome
Gleekel will speak at ^branches. General
chairman is Louis J. Schneider with honorary
chairmen Judge Leo Brown, Sol Press and Theodore
Thomas.
entertainment await those
special people who, in ad-
dition to their regular Fed-
eration contribution, sup-
port our twinned communi-
ty, Kfar Saba, Israel.
Project Renewal is more
than a name ... It is 5,300
real men, women and chil-
dren who reside in the vil-
lages of Yoseftal and Ka-
plan, known as Project Re-
newal Kfar Saba. It is the
total physical, social and
spiritual rehabilitation of a
distressed Israeli neigh-
borhood.
It works because the
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, February 1,1986
President's
Mission
reunion
The participants of the October President's
Mission to Prague and Israel held their reunion on
January 10 at the home of Gladys Daren, (pictured)
A good time was had by all sharing photos and
stories of their experiences of four days in Prague
and 10 days in Israel.
Attending the reunion were Joel and Pearl
Reinstein, Dan Cantor, Max Buck, Lee Tomkins,
Erwin and Alvera Gold, Carol Morris, Esther Lerner,
Jean Kletsky, Barbara Wiener, Hilda Liebo, Peggy
Ackerberg, Sandy Jackowitz and Joel Telles.
THE AMERICAN FRIENDS
OF THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY
Cordially Invite You To Attend
A Dinner
In Honor Of
United States Representative
E. CLAY SHAW, Jr.
As He Is Awarded
THE TORCH OF LEARNING
And As We Establish
In Perpetuity
THE CLAY and EMILIE SHAW
SCHOLARSHIP FUND OF THE
HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM
Thursday Evening February 21,1985
at the exciting new
Marriott Harbor Beach Resort
3030 Holiday Drive
Ft. Lauderdale
Black Tie Optional
Cocktails at 7.00 P.M.
Couvert $150 Per Person
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NORMAN BRAMAN HERB KATZ
ROBERT E. LOCKWOOD DAVID RUSH
Co-Chairpersons
For Reservations and Information Call-
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In South Broward 945-6644
In Dade-868-7600
There Will Be No Solicitation Of Funds
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Lauderdale Oaks UJA to hold Rally for Israel
The Lauderdale Oaks com-
munity will hold a Rally for Israel
at 8 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 13 in
the Clubhouse, announced Louis
Silvers, Lauderdale Oaks UJA
chairman.
At the rally, Jeanette Nurn-
berg will be honored for her
support for all Jewish causes.
Guest speaker will be Alfred
Golden, president of Riverside
Memorial Chapels. Serving as
Lauderdale Oaks' co-chairman is
Hy Seidman with Jules and Pearl
Karpas serving as honorary
chairpersons.
Serving u UJA
chairpersons are:
Dr. Isadora 8tembn, C
Kimm.r. Charley and Kitty D
Herman Welner. Fannie Sprint ,.
SchwarU. Nat and Elsie SlB \
Goldberg. Blale Powe, Do
Miller. Ann Zenner. Norman HiL.
Milton. Ben Plndek. Leo WeUhtu.
Alao, Jim Krlgman. Edith C<*
Charley Lepow. Irving Mendel*,,^
Marclanl. Jeanette NumberiS
and Ann Robins, Irving Feuer lr
Laden, Eve Blum, Harold tSk
Israel and Mildred Ben, 3am Ki>b
Eiter Stolov. Hy Seidman ill
Rovner. Mike Stein.
Plans finalized for Palm-Aire's
UJA Golf Classic February 18
Alex Kutz, golf chairman, Sy
Roberts, co-chairman, and their
committee met recently to
finalize plans for Palm-Aire's
Second Annual Golf Classic on
behalf of the Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
Kutz and Roberts anticipate a
tremendous turnout, similar to
the enthusiastic response that
was received at last year's event.
The Feb. 18 event will begin at
9 a.m., with golf tournaments on
the Palms and Pines Golf
Courses at Palm-Aire. In case of
rain, the golf tournament only,
will be played on Feb. 25.
The evening festivities will
begin with an open bar from 5 to
6 p.m., followed by a full course
dinner, all taking place at Palm
Milton Meltzer
Castle
Gardens
UJA
Breakfast
Feb. 10
Milton Meltzer, chairman of
the 1985 Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal campaign
at Castle Gardens, has an-
nounced that the community will
hold a breakfast on behalf of
UJA, at 10 a.m. Sunday Feb. 10
at the Castle Gardens Clubhouse.
Emil Deitsch will be honored
for his dedication and commit-
ment to the State of Israel. Guest
speaker for the event will be
Jewish Federation executive dir-
ector, Joel H Telles.
Serving on Castle Garden's
UJA committee are, Harry
Bolverman, Sol Cohen, Ben
Dantzker, Hy Eisenberg, Philip
Erstling. Sunny Friedman,
MauweU and Ruth Gilbert, Lewis
Gold, Louia Golberg, Sylvia
Gottlieb. Je I.Z., &
Kagan, Ruth Kay, Sam Kop-
pelman, Milton Meltzer, Barney
Rosa, Sam Scheinhorn, Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Simon, Joe Waxman,
Michael Weiner and Joe Welsh.
Serving as Special Gifts chair-
man is Max Kronish.
A ire's Spa Hotel.
The all-inclusive cost for golf,
carts, cocktail party, dinner and
prizes is $42. Kutz and Roberts
suggest that reservations be
made early since the tournament
is limited to 288 men. Applica-
tions are available at both pro
shops at Palm-Aire. For informa-
tion call Kutz at 971-0130 or
Roberts at 972-0693.
Serving as Grand Marshall is
Joseph Anastasi, with the
following men serving on the golf
committee:
Al Bdelateln. Irwln Fran Ken. Joe
Goldberg, Jim Goldstein. Dave Groner,
Harold Hoffman. Sam Itkln, Charles
Kaplan. Paul Kay. Maury Lamberg.
Max Locker. Abe Mlntx. Casey Pollack.
Murray Rein. Bernle Rosenberg. Hy
Scheer. Fred Schlestnger. Irv Shalo, Ed
Siegel. Herbert Skolnlck. Nat Suaaman
and Barney Wallltzer.
Builder's Division
March 12
function
The Builders, Real Estate and
Allied Trade's Division of the
Jewish Federation will hold it's
first function on Mar. 12 at the
Harbor Beach Marriott Hotel,
announced Mark Levy, Division
chairman.
A minimum commitment to
the 1985 Jewish Federation-
United Appeal campaign of $250
is required for attendance.
Couvert is $50 per parson.
Sub headings under the Divi-
sion will include Builders, con-
tractors. Developers, Allied
Trades, Stockholders. Real
Estate, Finance, Architect and
Engineers, and Building Sup-
pliers. For further information
contact Janice Salit at the Feder-
ation. 74^8400.
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TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL'S
Harry Levin Pre-School cento
was recently visited by Dr. Divid I
Marcus, a local pediatrician, who I
spoke to the children about whs
a doctor's office visit is like. Dr.
Marcus hoped to alleviate all the
fears that children might have
when they visit a doctor.
Aragon UJA
brunch
Feb.17
"Reservations for the annual
Aragon UJA brunch mutt be
made early," stated Lillian and
Larry Mines, chairpersons for the
Jewish Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign at Aragon.
Aragon's UJA brunch will be.
held at 11 a.m. Sunday Feb. 17 in
Aragon's Recreation Hall.
Admission to the brunch if by |
nation only.
Guest speaker will be Feder-
ation's assistant executive din*
tor. Janice Salit. Salit also serve*
as the director of the Federation's
Foundation of Jewish Philan-
thropies. She also it the
professional in charge of the
Professional Division's of the
UJA campaign.
The Mines stated that earfy
reservations can be made by
calling the Federation at 74*
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Friday, February 1,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 3
Cantor to chair rally for
Ethiopian Jews;
Plotkin keynote speaker
I Dtniel Cantor, rundraising
Icuinnan for Operation Moses,
Ld George Berrnan, co-
Uirman, will chair the
lanefgency community-wide rally
L Ethiopian Jews to be held
I Thursday evening. Feb. 1
Jewish Community Center, 6601
W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation.
Keynote speaker at the rally
will be Rabbi Paul Plotkin,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Am, Margate.
The rally, slated to begin at 7
p.m. in Soref Hall, will raise the
much needed funds to rescue
Jews from Ethiopia and to aid in
the absorption of those already
brought into Israel.
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale has
forwarded cash to National
United Jewish Appeal
headquarters in New York to help
fund Operation Moses.
"However, much more cash is
needed," stated Cantor.
Brian Sherr, General Chairman
of the 1986 UJA campaign said,
"We are looking for a capacity
crowd of concerned Jews to
participate in this life-saving
effort."
Serving on the Operation
Moses Committee are Walter
Bernstein and David Sommer.
For additional information
contact the Federation office at
748-8400.
Rabbi Paul Plotkin
Daniel Cantor
Pictured above are Ethiopian Jewish children at an Israeli absorption
center where they receive medical care, food, clothing and education.
Record turnout expected
at Regine's
JADA conference Feb. 10
at Tamarac Jewish Center
A full day conference on
Florida Jewish Alcohol and Drug
Abuse (JADA) will be held
Sunday, Feb. 10 at the Tamarac
Jewish (enter Temple Beth
Torah. 9101N.W. 57th Street,
! Timarac.
The keynote speech, "When
L'Chayim is Not 'To Life' will
be presented by Dr. Abraham
Twerski, a rabbi and psychia-
trist, who is medical director of
the Gateway Rehabilitation
Center in Pittsburgh, Pa. He has
published five books and
numerous articles in professional
journals.
Dr. LeClair Bissell. former di-
rector of the Smitners Alcoholism
Center at St. Lukes-Roosevelt
Hospital Center in Manhattan,
ill speak on "Alcoholism in the
Professions," which is also the
title of her latest book.
The conference will also feature
orkshops covering various
"Pects of drug and alcohol
"buse. Each will include a profes-
"onal presenter, a recovering
Person and a moderator.
Other sessions will be led by
Jbi Isaac Trainin, director of
tie Ummission on Synagogues
Rations of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies of New
*ork, and David Buchhoitz, di-
TuVv of JACS (Jwih
^holies, Chemically
*t Persons, Spoui
"MOM Others).
Dependency: Dr. Irl L. Extein
Medical Director, Psychiatric
Institute of Delray. "A Young
Person's Recovery Story"
Anonymous young person.
Moderator: David Qerabon,
Miami Jewish Family' and
Children's Service. Recorder:
Dene Gross, JCC of South
Broward.
12:15-1:30 p.m. Luncheon
speaker: Dr. LeClair Bissel.
"Alcoholism in the Professions."
Continued on Page 4
"The reservation list is filling
with names so rapidly that
anyone interested in attending
the Regine's event should make
their reservations as soon as
possible," stated the enthusiastic
dinner co-chairmen, Cookie and
George Berrnan.
The Regine's event, on behalf
of the Plantation community
Federation-UJA campaign, will
be held Sunday, Feb. 10 at 5:30
a.m. A minimum commitment,
made prior to the event, of $2500
per family to the 1965 campaign
is required to attend.
"This year's Regine's event
will be even more exciting than
last year's, it should be the event
of the season!" added Sheldon
and Lois Polish, dinner co-chairs.
Be a part of the Plantation-
UJA campaign, make your
reservations now. Call 748-8400.
Dr. Abraham Twerski
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Pictured above (left to right) are: Henry
Fleischer, chairman Emanuel Bregman, honoree
Mollie Swartman, Sol Giller, Edythe Krieger and
Jack Krieger.
Palm Lakes UJA breakfast set for Sunday Feb. 17
Palm Lakes, one of the many
areas under the UJA umbrella of
the Margate Area campaign, will
hold its annual breakfast on
behalf of the Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal campaign
at 10 a.m. Sunday Feb. 17 at the
Palm Lakes Clubhouse.
Palm Lakes chairman Emanuel
Bregman, has announced that
Mollie Swarzman will be honored
for her dedication towards Jewish
values.
Abraham J. Gittelson, director
of education for the Jewish Fed-
eration, will be the guest speaker.
Among his many activities.
Gittelson has produced numerous
television shows about Jews in
Israel and Yiddish entertainment
in the U.S.
Serving as treasurer for Palm
Lakes UJA is Sol Giller, with
Bertie Schulman as secretary.
Coordinating Palm Lakes UJA
refreshment committee is Lucille
Grossman. The following serve
on the Palm Lakes UJA cam-
paign committee. They are:
Abe Boxer, Henry Fleischer,
Irving Goldman, Hana Jacobson.
Ben Kaplan, Dr. Henry Karlan,
Harry Karp, Edith Krieger, Jack
Krieger, Clara Miller, Paul
Mutnick, Mollie Swarzman and
Louis Zuckert.
Plans underway for October
Campaign Leadership Mission
Plans are already underway for stay in Budapest Hunmn.
ederation's October 1986 to going to Israel ^^
Federation's uctoDer i85 to going I
Campaign Leadership Mission.
Barbara Wiener, missions
committee chairman, has an-
nounced that Pearl and Joel
Reinstein will lead this mission,
scheduled for the first two weeks
in October.
The Reinsteins have already
begun recruiting for what
promises to be an outstanding
mission. Tentative plans have
been made for a three-four day
"Joel and I are reaUv thri
about this fantastic JfiS
arilPearl Reinstein, S*f
already encouraging peJ?
clear their calendarsforUe ft
two weeks in October."
Mission information on this
weU as other missions, can'
obtained by calling Sam,
Jackowit* at the FederttiJ
mission office, 748-8400
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huge success

Tu Bi-Shevat Jewish Arbor Day
By ABRAHAM
J. GITTELSON
Director of Education
for the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Landerdale
Towards winter's dose, we cel-
ebrate the New Year of the Trees.
Flowers and trees and all growing
things mean so much to every
human being. Our ancestors were
aware of this and they set aside
the fifteenth day of the month of
Shevat (Hamishsh Asar Bi-
Shevat; or "Tu Bi-Shevat," for
"Tu" represents the two Hebrew
letters which numerically equal
15) as Jewish Arbor Day.
It was in the Talmud that the
New Year of the Trees received
its name. But long before that the
Torah showed the way. The
Bible, for example, says that fruit
trees msy not be cut down even
in time of war (Deuteronomy 20).
The Torah itself is called a "tree
of life" (Proverbs 3:18).
On the New Year of the Trees,
it was said by the rabbis of old,
trees are judged in Heaven, just
as we are on our Rosh Hsshsnsh.
On this judgement dsy, it is
decided that some trees will grow
strong and flourish and others
will weaken and die.
Many customs grew up around
Tu Bi-Shevat. In ancient
Palestine, it was customary to
plant a tree when a child was
born: a cedar for a boy, and a
cypress for a girl. The cedar stood
for height and strength, the
cypress for tenderness and
fragrance. When the children
grew up and were married,
branches from their own trees
were cut and used to support the
bridal canopy, for good luck.
Between birth and marriage they
cared for their own trees.
Through this custom everyone
learned to love trees.
In modern Israel, Tu Bi-Shevat
marks the end of the rainy season
and is celebrated in all its ancient
glory. In 1949, on the first Tu Bi-
Shevat of the Jewish State,
thousands of people gathered to
plant life-giving trees in a forest
which will one day contain six
million trees the number of
Jews killed by Hitler's wrath. It
is to be known as the "Forest of
the Martyrs."
One way we in the United
States observe Tu Bi-Shevat is
by contributing to the Jewish
National Fund, which plants
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Volume 14
10 SHEVAT 6746
Number 5
young trees in Israel. These trees
help reclaim for cultivation the
earth which has been worn out by
centuries of erosion and shifting
sand dunes. In more than half a
century of existence, the JNF has
planted millions of trees and built
hundreds of agricultural settle-
ments.
That, then is the story of Tu
Bi-Shevat, which is celebrated by
Jews the world over. It is a fes-
tival that symbolizes our love for
the Holy Land and which shows
our people's feeling for trees and
plants as living, fruitful things.
Tu Bi-Shevat can also remind us
that when God created the world,
he planted the Garden of Eden
and placed Adam in it.
JADA
Conference
Continued from Page 3
Luncheon chairperson: Judge
Patt Englander Henning, Circuit
court.
1:30-2 p.m. The Role of the
Federation. Rabbi Isaac N.
Trainin, Director of the Com-
misson on Synagogue Relations,
Federation and Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York. Chairman:
Al Golden, Chairman of
Chaplaincy Commission, Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale.
2-2:30 p.m. The Role of Self
Help. David Buchholz, Director,
JACS Foundation, Inc.
2:30-3 p.m. Workshop
Summations. Chairpersons: Ivan
Goldberg, Administrator, Center
for Recovery, JFK Memorial
Hospital.
3-4 p.m. Speaker's Panel -
Open discussion-Spiritual
Dimensions.
Anne and Charles Ross
Over 60 Woodmont residents
attended the opening cocktail
party at the home of Charles and
Anne Ross. Those who attended
met their neighbors and had the
opportunity to hear Dora Roth,
Special Emissary to the State of
Israel, speak about the needs in
Israel and here at home. Gifts to
the 1986 campaign for Wood-
mont were increased by almost 60
percent-
Walter Bernstein, Lou Collar
and Moe Wittenberg, co
chairmen of the Federation']
Woodmont-UJA campaign, hiv
announced the date of the amu
Woodmont Dinner. The dinixr
on behalf of the 1985 Woodmont
UJA campaign, will be held
Sunday, Feb. 17. A minimum
contribution of $500 to the 1986
campaign is required. For addi-
tional information contact tin
Federation office 746-6400.
Be A
Super Sunday Volunteer
March 17,1985
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Sen, Specter
sparks
Accountant's
and Attorney's
dinner
lUft to right) Jeff Streitfeld, chairman of the Attorney's Division;
Sheldon Polish, Federation treasurer and co-chairman of the
\ccountant's Division; Alan Becher, chairman of the $600 cochtaU
narty Jesse Faerber, co Dmth. co-chairman of the Accountant's Division and Judah Ever,
Chairman of the Accountant's Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Capp, President of the Jewish Community Center
and co-chairman of the Attorney's Division and Sen. Arlen Specter,
guest speaker.
The Bahia Mar Hotel was the
scene of a gala evening for the
Attorney's and Accountant's
Monday, Jan. 14. At 6 p.m.,
chairman of the $500 cocktail
party. Alan Becker, introduced
Sen. Arlen Specter of Penn-
sylvania, guest speaker for the
evening. u< >/
' Sen:'Specter' to-ari'brvW'W1'
porter of Israel as shown in the
following quote.
Israel faces a greater threat
today than anytime since its
founding in 1948. and the United
States should act to ensure the
economic strength and security
of this essential ally. Caught up
in a ceaseless war of terrorism,
facing runaway inflation ap-
proaching 1000 percent combined
with climbing interest rates and
the threat of mass bankruptcies,
and struggling to maintain a del-
Kate national unity government,
Israel calls out to our nation for
wp Our response will be care-
fully observed by those who wait
m the wings for an opportunity to
achieve what Israel has heroically
forestalled in five conventional
wars and endless challenges
the destruction of the Jewish
homeland. We cannot afford to be
ambiguous in our support for our
beleaguered friend.
We must provide increased
economic and military aid,
jhitfche$ 'by- increased1 -private
fcrvirftf: tsVaeT.'-in "turn, must
reduce its defense Spending,
which now consumes nearly 40
percent of the budget, without
sacrificing security. In addition,
in response to U.S. Administra-
tion demands, Israel may have to
reduce its price subsidies al-
though we must be careful not to
impose unreasonable pre-
conditions that actually under-
mine our objectives by weaken-
ing the very government we seek
to support."
Specter was the guest speaker
at the private cocktail party and
dinner. Jeffrey Streitfeld, chair-
man of the Attorney's Division
and Judah Ever, chairman of the
Accountant's Division concluded
the evening with thanks to all
who attended.
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JCC UPCOMING EVENTS
JCC SENIOR
ADULT DEPARTMENT
OFFERS TRIPS
Laura Hochman, JCC's Senior
Adult Services Coordinator
invites seniors in the community
to "look ahead" and join center
groups in the following excur-
sions:
Harbor Island Spa: March 13,
14, 15, 16, a luxurious four-day
three-night stay at this well
known resort. Includes two half-
hour massages, exercise classes,
all spa facilities, nightly enter-
tainment, three full meals per
day, plus snacks, tips for
luggage, meals and chamber-
maids, and transportation from
the JCC to the Spa and return.
Fee: $189 for JCC Members
per person (double occupancy);
S219 for non-members per person
(double occupancy)
West Coast Saraaota-Warm
Mineral Tour: March 18, 19, 20
two nights at the Hobday Motor
Inn in Venice, Fla. Three break-
fasts, three dinners (one dinner
theatre) one night dub show, one
dinner on Marco Island) Ringling
Museum of the Arts. Asolo
Theater, Circus Museum, Bellum
Cars and Music of Yesterday,
Thomas Edison's Home,
Waltzing Waters and more.
Fees: 187 for JCC Members
per person double occupancy;
$217 Members Single oc-
cupancy; $217 Non-Members per
person double occupancy; $245
Non-Members single occupancy.
Deposit: $50 per person re-
quired by Feb. 15.
For further information
please call the Jewish Commu-
nity Center of Greater Fort Lau-
derdale, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.
792-6700.
JCC SENIOR
ADULT DEPARTMENT
SCHEDULES
UPCOMING PROGRAMS
The Senior Adult Department
of Fort Lauderdale's Jewish
Community Center, 6501 West
Sunrise Blvd., offers a variety of
upcoming activities. Laura
Hochman Senior Adult Services
Coordinator, invite all seniors in
the community to attend the fol-
lowing:
Ballroom and Line Dancing:
Every Thursday 1-2:30 p.m. Ir-
ving Parnes and Esther Greene
teach the latest steps. The class
is open to guests at $1 for one
session only. JCC Members may
register and pay for six lessons in
advance, at 75 cents per person
per lesson.
YES Club Young Energetic
Seniors meet weekly on Tuesday
from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Chairpersons
Polly and Bob Levy cordially
invites guests to join them and
enjoy their varied program of
entertainment, speakers, films,
games and the opportunity to
meet new friends. Refreshments
are served. Members fee is 50
p*ssovut as
with
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cents and for non-members
guests, $1 per meeting.
Schedule of YES programs:
Feb. 5: The Whys and Hows of
Computer Dating by F,ngel"
Feb. 12: "Consumer Aware-
ness and Protection," by
"Gould"
Salad Bar Lunch: Offered at
the JCC Tuesdays and Thurs-
days 12-1 p.m. Salads: $1.75,
Coffee, Tea, Desserts 25 cents
each
For further information please
call the Center at 792-6700.
JCC FASHION SHOW
FOR THE MATURE WOMAN
FEB. 21
The Senior Adult Travel Club
of the Jewish Community Center
of Greater Fort Lauderdale, will
present the Total Look for
Today's Mature Woman
"Getting Ready for Spring" on
Thursday Feb. 21, 9:30 a.m. to
3:46 p.m. at the Center, 6501 W.
Sunrise Blvd.
The day's presentation in-
cludes a Fashion Show, skin and
hair care workshops. Up to the
minute designer quality clothing
and the latest in hairdos will be
featured. Special skin care
demonstration by Dolores
Schecter of Georgette Klinger
Salon of Bal Harbour, and a talk
on diet and nutrition by Bob
Stedman of the Health Promo-
tion Center will also highlight the
program.
Members of the Committee
are: Alice Eckstein, Tilbe Fiertel,
Elizabeth Hodkin, Sophie Safran,
and Shirley Weinberger, the
show coordinator is Beverly
Tucker well known Fashion
consultant.
A gourmet lunch will be served
and the event is open to the
public.
Fee is $8 for JCC Members and
$10 for Non-Members.
For further information
please call the Center at 792-6700.
JCC OFFERS 55 ALIVE
DRIVING COURSE
JCC Senior Adult Department,
in cooperation with AARP, a 55
AUve Driving Course at the
Center, 6501 West Sunrise Blvd.,
Wednesday Feb. 17 and Friday
March 1 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Instructor Frank McMahon
will help drivers over 55 years of
age, hone their driving skills for
safer driving.
Since many insurance com-
panies give a reduced rate on
automobile insurance policies if
this course is taken, it is strongly
recommended that qualifying
adults take the course. The fee is
$7 for both classes.
Call the Jewish Community
Center 792-6700 for further in-
formation.
A CHECK FOR $1,000 was presented to WECAREdTr
Rhonda Putterman, (second from right) by members of both th
Bermuda Ladies Club and Men's Association. Pictured (left to righti
are: Murray Schwartzman, president of the Men's Club Association
Ruth Bing, president of the Bermuda Ladies Club; Putterman and
Julius Gersten, president of Bermuda Club Charity Affairs. The check
helped to buy toys, clothing and gifts for children during the holidav
season. "
JCC improvement plan underway
A Diversified Jewish Quiz
By RABBY
DAVID W.GORDON
1- What is meant by the ex-
pression "A Bubba Maaseh"?
2- What prominent and world
renowned Jewish family was
called the "Rothchilds of the
East"?
3- If candles to recite the
Sabbath Blessings are unavail-
able, may the "Kindling of the
Lights Blessing" be made over
an electric bulb?
4- Name the organization that
concerns itself with the welfare of
English Jews.
5- For what purpose was the
"Yad Vashem" (Monument and
Name) organized in Israel in
1953?
6- Did Albert Einstein win the
Nobel Prize for his theory of
relativity?
7- Who is best remembered for
his rendition of the song,
"Mammy"?
8- Which Light-Heavy Weight
Boxing Champion was known as
Slapsie Maxie"?
9- Abraham Soyer who taught
at the Teacher's Institute of
Yeshiva University had two
distinguished artist sons. Name
them.
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The Jewish Community Center
of Greater Fort Lauderdale has
embarked upon a program to im-
prove and enhance the facilities
on its 16 acre campus located at
6601 West Sunrise Boulevard,
according to Phil Cofman. the
Center's director.
Currently under construction
is a new outdoor, olympic-size
swimming pool and bathhouse to
be completed this coming spring.
A complete renovation of the
gym, to include air-conditioning
a new floor, acoustical treat-
ment and beautification is un-
derway with anticipated comple-
tion by '85 summer day camp.
Also scheduled in time for the
summer camping program, is a
major project to ease traffic
problems. Plans are currently
being completed to widen the
front entrance and provide addi-
tional exit lanes.
Already completed and in use
is a new tarty Childhood Parking
Lot on the Northeast section of
the campus.
"We have planned these
improvements in keeping with
our goals of continuing to provide
the best possible service for our
local community." said Cofman
"We're looking forward to being
known and utilized as an import
ant health and recreational fad-
Kty, and also as a most popular
meeting place for our members
and friends in every age
bracket."
Chairman of the committee is
Steven Feller, an environmental
engineer, who heads the Steven
Feller, P.E. Consulting Col, one
of the largest in Broward County.
Members of the committee an
Joel Armstrong, Paul
Bloomgarden, Larry Freilich,
Larry Levine, Marsha Levy,
Allen Morris and Marty Sadltin.
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Inverrary Golf Classic marks 36% UJA increase
hundred V*****
residents tee d off tor
"uih Federation-United
1 Appeal at the Fourth
Inverrary Classic on
j,v Jan. 9. Max E.
inv'errarv UJA chairman
[ffSko. Golf classic
L? headed up an all star
[7bw> who gave birth to
L, classic R^^.0"1
chairman; Bui
Banquet chairman;
Fields, Honors chairman,
Ben Strassner. Prize
Inverrary Golf Classic
over 36 percent more
| for the Federation-United
jsh Appeal than last year,
ted Buck.
, golf and dinner that
g it the Inverrary Country
the group of 200 golfers
| down to the business of
using for Israel, Broward
vind Jews worldwide.
j the success of this golf
ic, a date was set for next
b classic. Mark your cal-
i Wednesday, February
(Left to right) Jerome Gleekel, guest speaker and Victor Oruman, past
Federation president recently gathered at the 4th Annual Inverrary
lolfClassic.
Buddy Brody, Joe Rudolph, Jean Marquit, and Ben Strassner make
up one of the many foursomes that tee'd off at the Inverrary Golf
Classic.
Increases recorded
at Somerset's UJA Rally

threes Robert and Sylvia Maze receive a plaque from Somerset s
A chairman Jack Hoffman, at Somerset's Annual Rally for the
M Federation-United Jewish Appeal campaign, held recently.
Quest speaker for Somerset's
UJA Rally was Federation board
member, Daniel Cantor. Cantor's
speech inspired those in attend-
ance to increase their commit-
ment to UJA over last year's
total
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Community Calendar
.
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg,
Federation 748-8400.
FRIDAY FEB. 1
West Broward Jewish Congrega-
tion: 8:15 p.m. Open house serv-
ices. 7473 NW 4 St., Plantation.
Temple B'nai Moshe: 8 p.m.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will con-
duct the special services. Special
guest speaker is Dr. Anna
Samuelson Miller. Topic:
"Eating for Health." Royce
Hotel. 1301 S. Ocean Blvd., Pom-
pano Beach.
SATURDAY FEB. 2
Temple Kol Ami-Brotherhood: 8
p.m. Monte Carlo night. Dona-
tion $15. At Temple. 8200 Peters
Rd., Plantation.
SUNDAY FEB. 3
Temple Kol Ami-B.Z.'s: 2 p.m.
Meeting. At Temple.
B'nai B'rith-Sands Point Lodge:
10 a.m. Breakfast meeting. Sands
Point Yiddish Club will entertain.
Tamarac Jewish Center, 9101
NW 57 St., Tamarac.
Temple Beth Am-Men's Club:
9:30 a.m. Discussion of pre-plan-
ning for funerals. At Temple.
7205 Royal Palm Blvd.. Margate.
Temple Beth Am: 8 p.m. Cantor-
ial Concert, featuring Cantor Ir-
ving Hazzan. guest Cantor
Daniel Gildar and the Epstein
Brothers. At Temple. Call 974-
8650.
Bnai Zion Harry Matinaky
Simcha Chapter: 7:30 p.m.
Dance and social. Luigi's Dance-
world. 4850 W. Oakland Pk.
Blvd. Donation $3.50. 741-1136.
Jewish Mr. and Mrs. 40-60 Club:
7:30 p.m. Meeting. Nob Hill Rec-
reation Center. 722-0239.
Temple Sholom: Sub-regional
Walk-a-Thon. 942-6410.
MONDAY FEB. 4
Hadassah Armon Castle Gardens
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Book
review of "Brothers," given by
Joan Waldman. Castle Gardens
Recreation Hall, 4850 NW 22 Ct.,
Lauderhill.
Hadassah Blyma Margate Chap-
ter: Noon. Luncheon and card
party. Proceeds to Youth of'
Israel. Ticket $6. Teen Center.
974-2641.
Reunion OJC: 1:30 p.m. Tamarac
Jewish Center. 9101 NW 57 St..
Tamarac. Donation $2. 742-7920.
Hadassah-Bat Ami Tamarac
Chapter: Noon. Meeting and
mini-lunch. Tamarac Jewish Cen-
ter. 9101 NW 57 St.. Tamarac.
Brandos University NWC-Fort
Lauderdale Pompano Chapter:
Great books discussion led by
Ann Lawrence. Pompano Beach
Library. 1214 E. Atlantic'Blvd.
Admission free.
NCJWGold Coast Section:
10:30 a.m. Ship-A-Box auction.
Members should bring un-
wrapped gifts. Mini-breakfast.
Coconut Creek Community
Center, 900 NW 43 Ave.
TUESDAY FEB. 5
NW Focal Point Senior Center: 1
p.m. "Get the Big Idea Dis-
cover Chiropractic8," lecture.
Speaker: Dr. Sandy Johnson.
5750 Park Dr. Margate.
Young Israel of Deerfield Beach-
Sisterhood: Noon. Meeting.
Speaker: Dr. Kenneth Lipsitt.
Ophalmologist. At Temple, 1880-
H W. Hillsboro Blvd.. Deerfield
Beach.
Knights of Pythias-Margate
Lodge: 7:30 p.m. Meeting.
Catharine Young Margate Li-
brary.
Hadssssh Education Day-
Ahava, Kadimah, Scopus and
Chai Chapter; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Forum: "Is the Media the Mes-
sage" Speakers: Mike Schnei-
der. Channel 10: Mike Siegel
Radio and Heath Merriweather.
Fee $2. Bring lunch. Le Club.
Century Village East.
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Hatik-
vah Chapter: 11 a.m. Program on
Eleanor Roosevelt's life. Sunrise
Phase I Playhouse. Mini-lunch.
OUT Tamarac Chapter: Noon.
Luncheon and card party. Wah
Mai Restaurant, 2758 N. Univer-
sity Dr. 722-7776.
WEDNESDAY FEB. 6
JCC: 8 p.m. David Brenner at
Sunrise Musical Theater.
Bnai Zion Harry Matinaky
Simcha Chapter; 7:30 p.m. Eddie
Sanders will present Jewish
Humor. Broward Federal, 5518
W. Oakland Pk. Blvd. 741-1136.
ORT Lauderdale Chapter: 1 p.m.
Chinese Auction. Broward
Savings. 5518 W. Oakland Pk.
Blvd.
Brandsis University NWC-Fort
Lauderdale Pompano Chapter:
12:30 p.m. Meeting. Leo Guzik
will discuss, "Archaeology and-,
the Hebrew Bible." Palm-Aire
Social Center, 2501 Palm-Aire
Dr. N. 722-4916.
Sunrise Jewish Center-SiaUr-
hood: Testimonial luncheon
honoring Pearl Altner. Tickets
$12.50. Holiday Inn. Plantation.
741-0295. .., .
THURSDAY FEB. 7
Pioneer Women Na'amat-
Natanya Club: 12:30 p.m.
Meeting. Pavilion Teen Center.
5803 Park Dr. Margate.'
B'nai B'rith Women-Sunrise
Chapter: Noon. Meeting and
mini-lunch. Sunrise Lakes Phase
I Playhouse.
B'nai B'rith Plantation Lodge:
7:30 p.m. Meeting. Oscar Gold-
stein will entertain. Deicke Audi-
torium. 5701 Cypress Rd..
'
A YIDDISH MUSICAL direct from Broadway
NOW WITH FNGUSH SUBTITLES
Plantation.
B'nai B'rith Women-Coconut
Creek Chapter: 11:30 a.m.
"Brotherhood" theme featuring
Father Jim Vitucci of St. Mary
Magdeline Church. Mini-lunch.
Temple Beth Am, 7205 Royal
Palm Blvd.
Baandeis University NWC-Fort
Lauderdale Pompano Chapter: 2
p.m. Gilbert and Sullivan work-
shop: "The Yeoman of the
Guard." BCC. 1000 Coconut
Creek Pkwy. No. 47. Free admis-
sion. 722-4916.
Temple Beth Israel of D.B.-Sis-
terhood: 9:30 a.m. Meeting. At
Temple.
Organizations
TEMPLE
SHAARAY TZEDEK
Rabbi Howard Kaplan of
Temple Sha'aray Tzedek recently
installed the following Temple
members to executive offices.
They are: Jack Polinsky, presi-
dent: Herbert Rosenberg. Philip
Nelson and Aaron Grossman,
vice presidents: Julius Weiss,
treasurer: Leonard Goldblatt and
Helene Paress, secretaries.
Filling vacancies on the Board of
Trustees are Pearl Altner. Morris
Brand. Meyer Eisenberg, Lester
Gabriel. Isadora Haber. Sydney
Mandel. Selig Moscowitz, Irving
Percher, and Jack Tendler.
B'NAI B'RITH
POMPANO BEACH
The Pompano Lodge of B'nai
B'rith has rented out Bailey Hall
for the Lodge's Second Annual
Show of Stare. The show will be
presented at 8 p.m. Wednesday
Feb. 13 at the Hall, located on the
central campus of Broward
Community College. Appearing
will be comedian Freddie Roman;
songstress Harriet Blake: and
I Mr-. Bee, swU-kaosmj harmonica
virtuoso. Tickets are $15. For in-
formation call MiltTnrpin rfMr-
2974.
HADASSAH
Mollie Lewis, President of the
Florida Mid-Coast Region of
Hadassah. and Josephine
Newman, past President and a
member of the National Service
Committee, recently returned
from a Mid Winter Conference of
the National Board in Jerusalem.
It included an emergency session
on the major increase in the new
immigration from Ethiopia. The
Board negotiated with the Israel
ministry of Health to provide
special medical assistance for the
health problems of the new
MARY
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citizens, aid for youth rescue,
education and other services.
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S
COMMITTEE
The Fort Lauderdale-Pompano
Chapter of Brandeis University
NWC is accepting donations for a
used book sale to be held in the
Spring. Hard covers, paperbacks,
textbooks, magazines and
records will be picked up upon
request. Call 484-8500.
SUNRISE LAKES II
MEN'S CLUB
The following were elected to
lead the Sunrise Lakes Phase II
Men'8 Club for the upcoming
year. They are: Irving Baines.
president; Henry Davis and
Irving Kaufman, vice presidents;
Abe Reiter, treasurer; and Dave
Eisenstein and Murray Pallans.
secretaries. Elected to the Execu-
tive Board were Ben Kravetz,
Sam Weiss, Irving Becker and
Irving Neufeld. The installation
took place on Jan. 27 with Mayor
JohnLomeloastheu
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Condo Capers, which wflh
the Clubhouse '
Century Village E
Beach, on April 2 and0.
The show has a new
filled with tunes from I
to Israel.
Condo Capers is directed J
ving Friedman. Sybil Hacl
Assistant to the Director fj
Kaye is Musical Consult**!
Florence Rosenkopf is the id
panist. Charlotte Gordon j
well-known lyricist.
Len Zimmerman is
of the group.
TEMPLE BETH0R||
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Jewish Arbor Day, i
donated by Marvin and J
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Anastasi receives Humanitarian
Award
Joseph Anastasi, recipient of the
Humanitarian Award and
honoree at the recently held
dinner at the Palm Aire Spa
Hotel
Joseph Anastasi recently received the Humanitarian Award
Ion behalf of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Ibecause of his gracious support of the Jewish Federation-UJA
l/brmany years. He recently returned from his own fact-finding
[mission to Israel. Mr. Anastasi wanted first-hand knowledge on
I how UJA supported various programs and human needs in Isra-
E
Theodore Bikel was the guest speaker at the dinner in honor of
I Anastasi at the Palm Aire Spa Hotel.
Pictured (left to right! are Theodore Bikel, international motion
picture star congratulating Joseph Anastasi as he received the
^Humanitarian Award on behalf of the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale. Irving Libowsky, Palm Aire UJA chairman and Joel
Reinstein, Federation president look on.
Project
Renewal
Continued from Page 2
[people of the neighborhood
[themselves provide the
leadership and plan and
carry out the program.
They do it with the funds
and active participation
from concerned Jews in
Fort Lauderdale.
The minimum pledge for
the Feb. 23 event is $5,000,
payable over five years.
This is a separate pledge
from the regular Feder-
ation-UJA campaign.
Reservations are limited
For further information
contact Joel H. Telles, Fed-
eration executive director
748-8400.
One of the most beautiful
resorts anywhere salutes
the glorious celebration of
the Holiday of liberation.
Passover
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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, February 1,1966
JCC's 'Pinuzzio' repeats sellout performance
The JCC production of
"Pinuzzio" sold out again for
three performances at the Sunrise
Jewish Center in January. Over
2,500 Floridians" cheered Rae
and Jack Fishman's Yiddish
spoof of the famous Pinocchio
proving that Yiddish is indeed
alive and well in the community.
Says Jack Fishman, "It was a
pleasure to work with the 60
wonderful people involved on
stage and backstage! And we all
did it for love love for our
Yiddish language and love for
'Tzedakah' helping our fellow
man."
Sharing in the proceeds for
these three January per-
formances and for the seven
sellout shows held at the JCC in
May are the following organiza-
tions: Hadassah, Deborah, Red
Mogen David, Muscular
Dystrophy and the Jewish Com-
munity Center, as well as the
Sunrise Jewish Center.
Says Rae Fishman, "It was a
delightful experience. All our
hard work and endless rehearsing
showed. The caliber of the show
we thought was pretty profes-
sional and you could see that
many of the performers were
professional entertainers before.
Everyone was terrific'"
When asked what they'll be
doing next year to appease the
appetite of Yiddish language
lovers in Broward County, Jack
Fishman said, "We'll see, we'll
see!"
Beth Israel Sisterhood donates to
Project Renewal, Operation Moses
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth Israel of Deerneld Beach
recently presented two checks to the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderedale. Henrietta Kalish, Sisterhood
president, is pictured presenting the checks, one in the amount
of S2,000 for Project Renewal, and the other in the amount of
*{.'2?JOT Peration Moses. Accepting the checks on behalf of
the Federation is Samuel K. Miller, a Federation vice president.
Diversified Quiz
Answers
1- Not a Grandma's yarn! But
a tall story or fantasy. Actually
alludes to the author "Bubba"
(Bubba Book! or Bubba s Tales
known as Eliyahu Bachur or
Elijah Levita who lived in Italy.
2- The Sassoons of India.
3-Yes.
4- The Jewish Board of
Deputies.
5- To commemorate the
massacre of Jews during the Nazi
period.
6- No, for his work on Photo-
Chemical Equivalents.
7- Al Joleon.
8- Maxie Rosenblum.
9- Isaac Soyer and Raphael
Soyer.
10- Twice plus before going to
bed.
LEWIS GOLD, a board member of the JCCs WECARE program,
is pictured receiving the Anita Perlman Award from former JCC pres-
ident Anita Perlman. Gold wot named the "Outstanding Volunteer of
the Year," during the WECARE Recognition Award program, which
took place last month at the Center.

.n^tf by -u p^-nb wn vrrirpa \xhp -wta
Ra-ruch a-tah Ado-nye, Elo-henu me-lech ha-olam,
asher kld'sha-nu b'mltz-vo-tav, v'tzee-va-nu
l'had-leek ner shel Shabbat.
Blessed is the Lord ov (Jod, Ruler of the universe,
who gives us Miizvot that make us holy, and commands us
to kindle i &e lights of Shabbat.
Candlelighting Times
Feb. 1 5:46 p.m.
I
JCC VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH: JCC executive
Phil Cofman (left), presents the Volunteer of the Month Am
Steven Feller, chairman of the JCCs Campus Development Con
tee.
B'nai B'not Mitzvah
Feb. 2 service at Temple
Ami, Plantation.
TEMPLE BETH AM
The Bat Mitzvah of Dawn Fox,
daughter of Susan and Allan
Fox, will be celebrated at the
Saturday morning Feb. 2 service
at Temple Beth Am, Margate.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B'nai Mitzvah of Andrew
Behm, son of Sharon and Arthur
Behm, and Evan Hoffman, son of
Karen Hoffman, will be cele-
brated at the Saturday morning
TEMPLE BETH TORAHI
Lori Sherman, daughter
Marion and Stanley Shen
will become a Bat Mitzvah \
brant at the Friday night Fe
service at Temple Beth
Tamarac.
At the Saturday morning]
2 service, Scott Siskin, ra
Toni and Neal Siskin, will i
brate his Bar Mitzvah.
CONSERVATIVE
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER (TZt-TMO). tlOl NW BTth St. TamsrscMHI
Sn-vlcei: Sunday through Friday 8:10 a.m.. S p.m. Late Friday ssrvteil
p.m Saturday 8:46 am.. 6 p.m. Rat*! Kurt F. Stone. Auxiliary Rasai
Nathan Zalondok. Cantor P. Hiliel Brummer.
TEMPLE BETH AM (074-8000). 7S06 Royal Palm Blvd.. Msrgsla IBB !
Service*: Monday through Friday 8:80 a.m.. 8 p.m.. Friday lata earvloi I
p.m.; Saturday 0 a.m.. 6 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m., 5 pm. RakM Past PMkii.
Rabbi Emeritus, Dr. Solomon Geld. Cantor Irving Grossman
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL (742-4040), 7100 W. Oakland Par* Blvd. Sunrks
88313. SarvtCM: Monday through Thuraday 8 a.m.. 8:30 p.m., Friday8a.m..
5 p.m.. 8p.m.; Saturday 8:40 a.m.; Sunday 0 a.m., 8:30p.m Rakei PMHsA.
Labowiti, Cantor Maorkt Maw.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL OP DBERPIBLO BEACH (431-7000). 300 8.
Century Blvd., Deerneld Beach 33441 Services: Sunday through Friday I: *
am.. S p.m. Friday late aarvlec 8 p.m.; Saturday 8:46 am and at candle-
llghtlng time Rabbi Joaeah Langaar, Canter ShaMal AcktrmM.
TEMPLE B'NAI MOSHE (042 6380). 1434 BE Sard. St., Pompano Bowl
33080. Service*: Friday 8 p.m. RabM Men-Is A. Skop
TEMPLE SHA'ARAY TZEDEK (741 0206). 40*0 Pine laland Rd.. Sunrlat
33321 Service*: Sunday through Friday 8 am., 6pm Late Friday servWll
p.m., Saturday 8:46 am 6:80 pm BaAM ward S. Eapssa, Caatar Art
Mar cheat
TEMPLE SHOLOM (043-0410). 183 SE U Ave.. Pompano Beach 88000. Ser-
vlcea: Monday through Friday 8:46 a.m. evenings: Monday through Ttiur
day at 6 p.m., Friday evening at 8. Saturday and Sunday 9 am. Rath
Samuel April. Cantor Samuel Renier.
CONGREGATION BETH HILLEL OP MARGATE (0748000), 7640Unjal
Blvd.. Margate 33003 Service*: Sunday through Friday 8:18 a m.. 8:30p.m
Late Friday aervlce 8 p.m. Saturday 8:46 a.m., 6:80 p.m. teeei Do
Manner. Cantor Joel Cohen.
HEBREW CONGREGATION OP LAUOERHILL (7S3-08OO). 2048 NW 4tO
Ave., LauderhUl 33318. Service*: Sunday through Friday 8:30 am I
p.m.; Saturday 8:46am RaoM Israel Halaern
NOBTH LAUDERDALX HEBRXW CONGREGATION: (733-7007 or T
3733) service* at Ban yon Lakes Condo Clubhouse. 0060 Bailey M,
Tamarac. Friday at 6 p.m Saturday 0 a.m. Caswlee B. Fytsr. rnaa*wt
ORTHODOX
TEMPLE OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL (733-7084). 4361 W. Oakland Part Bird,
Lauderdale Lake* 33313 Services: Sunday through Thuraday 8 am. 8 am-
Friday 8a.m., Sp.m., Saturday 8:46 a.m., 6p.m.
SYNAGOGUE OP INVERRARY CHABAO (T4S17T7). 7770 NW 44 St. U*
coin Park West, Sunrise 88831 Service*: Sunday through PrkJay I ;..
p.m., Saturday f a.m., v JO p.m. Study groups: Man, Sunday* **"
service*, Women, Tuesdays 0 p.m. RaBM Aron Uoterman.
VOUNO ISRAEL OP DBERPIBLO BEACH (4311807). 1880 W Hlllabo"
Blvd.. Deerfleld Beach 33441 Services: Sunday through Friday 8 am. aw
sundown. Saturday 8:46 am and sundown OaaOor BsBHa Ear*. BsWT
Sehneter. rioasAsal __.> a
VOUNO ISRAEL SYNAOOOUB OP HOLLYWOOD-PORT LAUOfROAU
(000-78T7). 83*i Stirling Rd.. Fort Lauderdale 33313 Service*: kw
through Friday 7:80 a.m.. and sundown; Saturday. 0a.m., sundown, "-'
8 a.m.. sundown. Rabbi Edward Davis.
CONGRROATION MIODAL DAVID (73VS0M). EBB W. Mem* *.
PteoaSS **** <**m "*.....'- *" a""'
RECONSTRUCT tONIST
ABUT OBsAXOM (473-8000). 11801 W. Broward Blvd..
I Friday 8 16 p.m.; Saturday. 10 a-m. I
TBA4PLS BETH ORE (708-8383). 3101 Rlvoratdo Dr.. Coral Sprat*
wveo*): Friday g p m ; Saturday 1* am. Ra**- Jorrohl** "
Noncy Hausmam
TEMPLE B'NAI SHALOM OP DEER PI RLD BEACH t"*"iEtJ
Moawrte Oiaujnte^ SB* W. HUlaboro Blvd.. DoertJeld .'
, l/wwssowj ass*********
RakM Nathan H. PM*, Casitor Morris Levtnoen.
TEMPLE EMANU-BL (781-3810). SMS W. Oaktesd Par* Blvd.. "J*^*,,,
tatee 8Mu. Sorvkes; Friday 8 18 p.m.; BagkarBay. *^.ljwr.
celebration of Bar-Bat Mltsvah Rs*M j**W*w BaWo* Ceo*W Bh "
TEMPLE KOL AMI (473-1001). 0300 Paten Rd.. PtanUtW. J7|m*
rjldoy l:U p.m.. Saturday 10:80 am RakM SeWOBOR *
bssmnn. -Mmi
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Kaplan to chair Woodlands
Bond dinner
Friday, February 1,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 11
-lUplan has been appointed
Ij Chairman of the
X Annual Woodlands
iunity State of Israel Bond
U Reception, to be held at
[Country Club on Sunday.
A24.
L has long been active in
jention projects, and
ntlv chairs the Communi-
, and Media Committee for
ition.
|lle has served as co-chairman
dinner chairman of the
Hands Community Bond
kr and is a founding
,ber' of the Israel Tennis
I Kaplan is a graduate of
Khester Institute of
ichnology. and was the
nient of their Distinguished
jii Award. He was executive
e president and creative direc-
tor Great Lakes Press in
Khester. NY., one of the
Leo Kaplan
largest color lithographers in the
northeast.
He has gained national
recognition for his Collages and
Assemblages, and his work is
represented in over 500 public,
private and corporate collections.
SUNRISE LAKES PHASE III UJA: Estelle Gtdan (pictured),
Airman of the Jewish Federation-United Jewish Appeal campaign at
Mrise Lakes Phase III, announced that the Phase held a successful
tecial Gifts function recently, where attendance tripled from the
tvious year. A minimum commitment of $100 to the UJA campaign
i required for attendance. Pictured seated (left! is guest speaker,
nuW K. Miller. Miller is a Federation vice president and chairman
If the Federation's UJA Condominium Cabinet. Seated (right, is
ftate Representative Peter Deutsch. Sunrise Lakes III will hold its
nnual breakfast on behalf of UJA on Feb. 20. More information to
Intro to Investing Workshop
offered at JCC Feb. 5
The Jewish Community Center
I Gretter Fort Lauderdale. 6601
M Sunrise Blvd., will offer
Wrae entitled "Introduction to
Investing" given by Paul
fck of E.F. Hutton. begin-
m on Tuesday, Feb. 5 from
f; to 9:30 p.m.
The four two-hour sessions will
deal with the workings of the
stock market, business manage-
ment and how best to invest
money. The fee is $20 for the
aeries and advanced registration
is required. Call 792-6700 for
information and registration.
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Telephone
(305)432-2100
i i .
JCC Le Browse Sidewalk Sale
Le Browse, the Thrift Shop op-
erated by the Jewish Community
Center of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, is scheduling a Side-
walk Sale, Sunday, Feb. 10, 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the shop
located at 4314 N. State Road 7 -
in the Oriole Shopping Complex
between Oakland and Com-
mercial Blvds. (In case of rain the
sale will be held inside the store).
"We expect to have a wide va-
riety of clothing for every
member of the family and house-
hold furnishings too," says
Louise Giordano, the shop's
manager for the past five years.
"And we have so many beautiful
paintings that we are planning to
hang them on special display
screens-just like an art gallery!"
Proceeds from Le Browse help
benefit the JCC which programs
events and services for every
member of the family. Estab-
lished about six years ago, the
shop is open six days a week,
Mondays through Friday from 10
am to 4 p.m. and on Sunday 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. More than 20
volunteers come regularly to sort,
display and sell the merchandise,
some coming in every day the
shop is open.
"We are proud of the mer-
chandise we sell at Le Browse,"
says Hildreth Levin, JCC Board
Member, who with Helene Soref,
also a long time member of the
JCC Board, helped revamp the
shop's operations, turning it into
a successful venture for the
Center.
"We try to present the highest
quality merchandise," continues
Levin. "All items, clothing,
furniture or accessories are care-
fully examined by staff and
volunteers making sure that
nothing goes out on the racks or
the floor unless it is clean and in
excellent condition.''
Le Browse's assistant manager
Millie Price, says that in the
short time she is on the scene and
having seen other thrift shop
operations, she feels that the Le
Browse pricing structure is not
only fair, prices are very low for
the quality goods that are not
sold.
For information call the shop
at 735-6050.
JCC's WECARE honors volunteers
JCC's WECARE Volunteer
Program, now in existence for
more than eight years at the
Jewish Community Center of
Greater Fort Lauderdale,
honored over two hundred volun-
teers at its 7th Annual Volunteer
Recognition Awards Program
held at the Center, 6501 West
Sunrise Boulevard, last month.
Speakers who addressed the
group included Dr. Abraham
Fischler, President of Nova Uni-
versity; Anita Perlman, JCC
Past President; and Al Capp,
current JCC President.
Also present and participating
in the afternoon's program were
Rovi Faber, who inaugurated the
WECARE program eight years
ago, and who still heads it with
Ruth Horowitz as her co-chair-
person; Phil Cofman. JCC Ex-
ecutive Director, and Rabbi
Albert Schwartz, Director of
Federation's Chaplaincy Com-
mission, who delivered the in-
vocation.
WECARE (With Energy,
Compassion and Responsible
Effort) involves the services of
hundreds of volunteers through-
out the year who visit residences
and institutions for the handi-
capped and elderly, make tele-
phone contact to the homebound,
help at holiday times, tutor, do
clerical work, help at the Center's
Thrift Shop, "Le Browse," and,
in general, reach out to answer
may needs in the community.
For further information, call
Rhonda Puttennan, JCC
WECARE Director 792-6700.
TEMPLE KOL AMI: Chairper-
sons William and Susan Matz
and Eric and Laurie Tessler an-
nounced that Temple Kol Ami
will honor Harry A. Tessler
Sunday, Feb. 10 at 9 a.m. at a
Salute to Israel Bond* breakfast.
Tessler will be presented with the
prestigious Israel Tower of David
Award. Honorary chairpersons
are Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr and
Paula Carr. Jerry Gleekel, noted
authority on the Middle East will
be keynote speaker.
IfsEasytoFeelLikeaMion
Without Spendhg a Dime
At first glance, its just a Kving room
filled with furniture. Or maybe its
a garage fiHed with tools. Oractoset
filled with dothes.
It might not be worth much to you.
but to us its worth millions. Its worth
medicine and medical supplies tor
indigent residents of the Miami Jewish
Home and HoepitaJ tor the Aged.
Everything you donate to the
Douglas Gardens Thrift Shops is
lax-deductibte. Of course, we wiH be
glad to pick up your merchandise at
your convenience. A licensed
appraiser is available upon request.
Call the Douglas Gardens Thrift
Shops when you re-decorate your
home, clean out your garage and
straighten up your closets.
Its that easy. And you'll feel like a
million without spending a dime.
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751-3968 (Dad*)
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5713 MW. 27th Awe.
3149 Halandato Beach B*vd
Irving Cypan. Chairman of the Board
Harold Back. Praetdent
Aaron Kravitt. Chairman, Thrift Shop
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Pg12 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdele/Friday, February 1,1966
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